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r Indi I Horse Racing Racing I K 4 Palm Beadi Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 17, 1968 Penn State Wins Over Michigan's Rally Rips Wisconsin Terps,57-13 A fc-u yii - . i ,"A' - " .4 "' 1 By GORDONS. WHITE JR. . I .VY. Timm New Servile COLLEGE PARK. Md. - Penn State easily m-ived another notch closer to its first undefeated season in 21 years as the powerful Nittany Lions roiled to a 50-0 load and then settled for 57-13 victory !ATr Maryland before .50.000 persons at Byrd Stadium Saturday. p V try v, . x down next Saturday with Ohio State for the Big Ten championship and a possible trip to the Rose Bowl. Johnson put the Wolverines ahead 7-0 on the second play of the game with his 35-yard burst. But Wisconsin capitalized on Michigan fumbles to score a touchdown and a field goal to lead 9-7 at the half before a regional television audience. The rain prevented both teams from moving the ball well In the first half. The Badgers scored their touchdown in the first quarter after recovering a fumble handoff by U-M quartrback Denny Brown at the Wolverine 22. Wisconsin quarterback John Ryan fired a 12-yard pass to Ike Isom In the end zone. The ball was deflected and caught by teammate Mel Reddick for the score. Wisconsin lost the extra point on a bad snap from center. Wisconsin's other score came on a 34-yard field goal by Jim Johnson with 18 seconds left in the first half after a Michigan fumble on fourth down gave the Badgers the ball on Michigan's 17. But Ron Johnson broke things open early in the second half with his 67 yard scoring run, followed bv three more TDs. The entire squad got into the act as Coach Joe Paterno's players gained an enviable position in the bowl scene. Both the Orange and Sugar Bowls want the Nittany Lions. This learn thai has gone through 16 straight games without a loss, including victories in all eight games this season, may well he able to pick and choose its bowl when the bids are extended Monday. Kven the Cotton Bowl may try for the team ranked third in the nation. The completely outclassed Terrapins fell before any onslaught that gave Penn State its biggest score since a 58-20 victory over Colgate in Wait. Maybe Maryland should get the message about playing Penn State. The Terps last gave up 57 points when Penn State beat Maryland, 57 0, in 1!17, the first time these schools met in football. Penn State has won 14 games with Maryland and lost only one. Most of the damage was done by the first Penn State units which picked up a 42-0 lead be Tropical Park Weather Clear. Track Fast. ll-i.7M.ct. noup.ti. C I Later 'Maple' .W 5 20 3 20 Astra Nova 'Cantlon' 14.20 7 80 Roval Mitch i Mdilldin 2 811 Time 1:10 15 Velvet Sheen. Vital Shot. Hex Irih. Fran's Airki. Madame Heller. 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(AP) Jim Carter of Minnesota blasted three times across a muddy Indiana goal line Saturday in the third quarter for a 20-6 victory that spoiled Big Ten cochamplonship hopes for the Hoosiers. Carter and sophomore Barry Mayer took turns cutting up the Indiana line. Mayer's 177 yards In 36 car ries broke the Indiana Stadiuir rushing record of 174 by R. Johnson of Michigan earlier this year. His total running plays broke a Minnesota school record of 33 by Paul Giel against Michigan in 19.").!. Carter also scored three touchdowns a week ago against Purdue. The result left both Minnesota and Indiana with 4-2 records in Big Ten play. Indiana lost only o Minnesota last year in confer ence plav en route to the Rose Bowl. Carter got lis touchdowns on runs of nine, five, and three yards. Two of the drives started with punts but Dennis Hale set up one Gopher touchdown by grabbing in Indiana fumble on .he Hoosier 1'.). Indiana go! its one touchdown in the fiist quarter on a 44 yard pass from substitute quarterback Greg Brown to Al Gagt Injured regular quarterback Harry (ionso played only in the last quarter and was ineffective. The rough game threatened to end in a free-for-all fight in the last few seconds. Both squads poured onto the field and battled for several minutes but order was restored for Ihe last two plays. Minnesota '-(liana Ind (iage 41 pass ..eked In Janke Minn Carter 9 run Minn Caller 5 run 0 0 20 020 S II (I IM from Brown 'kick 'kick failed' gren kii k Minn ( arler 3 jun 'Vgren kirk A 19.214. A lull Ghi A lonq W?y! At m?ri;i; oi kMw.i: 4 f0 Ol..k,bt. 11.4 V clm ftwth - ftU.JOOO HwTmflTouTcTii NOW AT GOLF Florida 33921 reservation card, -Zip- V I VN 0 mm f. , W J ND's BOB GLADIEUX MISSES .. .As Mike Wysong Covers Pass Play Gladieux Ties ND Record As Irish Rip Georgia Tech ANN ARBOR, Mich. 'AP) -Halfback Ron Johnson scored five touchdowns, shattered the Big Ten single game touchdown and rushing records and the Michigan all-time career rushing mark to lead the Wolverines to a come-from-behind 34-9 drubbing of winless Wisconsin Saturday. Johnson's touchdowns came on runs of 35, 67, 1, 60 and 49 yards as he piled up 347 yards rushing to surpass Tom Harmon's career record of 2,134 yards set from 1938-40. The victory was fourth-ranked Michigan's eighth straight and brings the Wolverines to a show- Vols Trim Ole Miss By Air KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - With Ihe accuracy of a Tennessee mountaineer rifleman, quarterback Bubba Wyche shot down Mississippi, 31-0, Saturday and kept alive the Volunteers' hope for a major bowl invitation. Wyche outdueled Archie Manning, Ole Miss' highly touted sophomore, in a passing contest, connecting on eight of 18 tosses for Ihree touchdowns and 179 yards. The victory gave llth-ranked Tennessee a 6-1-1 record and 2-1-1 in the Southeastern Conference. Mississippi is 6-3. Wyche threw Ihree touchdown passes in the first half and then turned the quarterback chores over to Bobby Scott who added a fourth with a three yard toss to Lester McClain. Tennessee's alert secondary intercepted seven of Manning's passes to sv t a school record. Tennessee scored twice in the first five minutes, with Wyche tossing to end Gary Kreis for 37 yards for Ihe first. On the third play after the ensuing kickolf, linebacker Steve Kiner picked off the first of two Interceptions and returned the ball 10 yards to Mississippi's 21. Wyche quickly passed 21 yards to halfback Bill Baker for a touchdown. Wyche's third touchdown Toss was a beautiful stop-and-go maneuver to McClain. Karl Kremser kicked four extra points and a 46-yard field goal, his fourth of the season. KNOXVtl.LE, Tenn. IAPi Slatlsllm of Ihe Missis; ippl Tennessee football game: Miss Tenn 15 22 28 2.KI im 2.12 24 vrr lm.'l K H-28 3 848 5.17 . 2 3 48 77 First downs Rushing yardage P.issiriK vml.iKP Return vardayi' P.isses Punts Fumblrs lost Yards penalized Mississippi 0 0 0 uV-0 Tennessee 14 10 0 731 Tenn Kreis 37 pass (rom Wyche (Kremser kirk' Tenn Baker 21 pass from Wyche IKremser kick) Tpnn McLaln 37 pass from Wyche Kremser kkki Tenn KG Kremser 46 Tenn McClain 3 pass from Scott I Kremser kirk i A-62.7K6. Orangemen Roll Past Navy, 44-6 SYRACUSE, NY. (AP) -Paul Paolisso rifled a pair of touchdown passes to Billy Knox and safetyman Cliff Ensley added another on a 76 yard punt return as Syracuse clobbered Navy 4i 6 Saturday. The big Orange defense held the Middies to minus 24 yard and set up the first Orange score with a fumble recovery. Sophomore speedster John (,olbolt, who left the game with an injured instep midway through the first period, put Syracuse ahead to stay, pacing over from two yards out. A fumble recovery and a pass interception also set up two fourth period touchdowns. ivv H 0 (I h 6 s, i,icu-c 7 111 7 21' -44 S r ( iolrtljnli 1 run i,J.ik"wenkn kirk' V. r Knslev 7li punt relum i.Iakowcnko SmH; l;ikmi-nko Sw Know li )jss fnim Paolisso i.la-k"wt-nk', kirk V. i Know pass from Paolisso '.la k"'.wnk'i kick' .iv M' Villcn 2 run 'run failodi sr Ncwlon 2 run Ujk"Uvnko kirk' Nirl 'hlrlirck 11 run kick f.iilctl' T1.7KY 1x1 Sound I lift arithmetic to you? It's not) This is ntwspoptr talk for a 1 column by 1 inch ad. Think it's too small to b noticed? You're reading it . . . aren't you? Advertising pays' RENTALS SALES SERVICE 2210 N. FED. HWY. OPEN MON. A FRI. ( PM OELRAY 278-0766 3500 N. FED. HWY. P0MPAN0 941-8758 'motor $ YM1AIIA CATCH THE BIG ONES Wisconsin 6 3 0 0-9 Michigan 7 0 20 7 .14 Mich Johnson 35 run iKIlllan klrki Wis Redlck 12 pass from Ryan ikick failed' Wis FC Johnson 34 Mich lohrson b7 run 'kick tailed i Mich Johnson 1 run iKillian kick' Mich Johnson 6h run IKillian kick' Mich Johnson 49 run iKillian kick' A-51.117. Rattlers Roll BATON ROUGE, La. IAP) Ken Riley cranked up the Florida A&M scoring machine Saturday and steered it to a 33-24 victory over Southern University- Riley started the action quickly, engineering scores the first two times FAMU gained possession. Riley tossed (our touchdown passes and ran one tally across. He hit on 11 of 22 pass attempts for 250 yards and rolled up another 117 yards on the ground. Hubert (Jinn accounted for 60 FAMU yards on 22 carries. The Florida defense held Southern to nine completions on 20 passes for 73 yards, but Southern's offense ground out 141 yards rushing. RUM-' -m i i: st; i" hi. 1 1: si: t m" int. im ii" J Trip. Doily 130 ' 30 Nltt ASHING WED. FRI. ? fM to II m I RIVIERA CITY DOCKS I Ctl fO BfVIIONS 1 PH. VI 8-2919 NITE VI 4-6970 mMJ Copt io B'o.i' i BocaGMMicte BEST FISHING AND Relax and Have Fun at GASPARILLA INN Guide Boats Private Beach Pool Tennis Marvelous Meals 18-Hole Golf Course on its own Island All At Special Kates Until Dee. 17th Phone WO 4-2201 $23 Single for reservations, $18 each, Double or mail us the Parlor, $8 day. coupon below. All Meals Included SOUTH BKND, Ind. (AP' -Halfback Bob O 1 a d i e u smashed to his 12th and l.'i touchdowns to match a 50-ye. Notre Dame single season re ord as the Fighting Irish hun bled scrappy Georgia Tech .' -6 in their rain-soaked home too ball finale Saturday. 337 Enter Riverside Road Race RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) -The best of America's amateur sports car drivers began towing In their vehicles today for the premier event of the year in their field. The American Road Race of Champions Saturday and Sunday at Riverside International Raceway will have a field of 337 drivers from all parts of the nation. Tabbed the "Olympics of sports car racing," the ARRC is somewhat like Olympic competition. It provides individual races for 20 classes of production sports cars, formula cars, se dans and Group 7 sports racers. Qualifying for the ARRC was, by running for points in seven) geographical divisions aroundi the country by Sports Car Club of America drivers. The top three in each of the 20 classes qualified for Invitations, and invitations for alternates were sent to the next three fin tshers a total of 840 drivers. 49ers Activate Kick Specialist SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The ISan Francisco JHers activated place kicker Tommy Davis Saturday for Sunday's National Football League clash with the Los Angeles Rams, Davis, out since the New York Giants game Oct. 20 because of a knee injury, holds the NFL record of 234 consecutive point? 'after touchdown. The 10-year veteran will take over from rookie Dennis Patera who was placed on reserve. DB1216pps Nov. 16 Fullback Ron Dushney alsc scored twice on short plunges as ninth-ranked Notre Dame posted its seventh victory in nine starts with only top-ranked Southern California left to play. Gladieux, on touchdown darts of three and one yards, tied the Irish season touchdown record previously shared by Creighton Miller and Bob Kellv. In the game which ended in almost total darkness. The Irish, No. 1 nationally in tolal offense, ground out three touchdown drives of 82, 76 and 74 yards and held a 27-0 lead before Georgia Tech broke the ice in the fourth period. Georgia Tech, among the na tion's top ten passing teams, scored on a la-yard toss to Steve Harkey from junior quar terback Jim Person, making his first varsity start. The Yellow Jackets, howev er, generally were smeared by the huge Irish defense In the rough, fumble-marked game and wound up minus 40 rushing yards mainly on huge losses trying to pass. 0 Sophomore Joe Theismann, making his second start since star quarterback Terry Hanrat-ty was lost for the season by injury, directed the damaging Irish ground attack and scored on a clever four-yard keeper to give Notre Dame a 27-0 lead at the start of the fourth quarter. SOlTfH BEND, Ind. IAPI - Statistics of the UeorRla Tcch Noire Damp football game: (ienricla Tech Noire Dame Flint downs Vi n Rushing yardagi' 42 .120 Passing vantage 161 Ki9 Return vardaKe 18 0 Passes ' .14 191 14-7-1 Punts 9 42 1-36 Fumbles lost 1 3 Vards penalized 78 1(12 leorgla Tech 0 9 0 6 6 1n Dm 7 7 1434 ND Dushney 4 run Hempel kick ND Gladieux .1 run Hempel kick ND Dushney 1 run kick failed ND Theismann 4 run Hempel kick Tech Harkey 15 pass from Person pass a ed ND Gladieux 1 run Hempel kick A -59,075 Marine Weather Small boat forecast lor Ihe Florida lower east coast through the Bahamas as far as Nassau and southward through the Florida straits Sunday. Seas two to three feet. Inland waters with a light to moderate chop. fore Palermo benched them after the first score of the third period. The merciful gesture, however, didn't stop the scoring as the eager second and third-stringers got another 15 points. Steve Smear started it all for the Lions. The outstanding defensive tackle intercepted a Dennis O'Harra pass and ran 41) yards tor the first touchdown, (ieorge Allen, Mike Reid and Frank Spaziani put one of their many strong rushes on O'Hara, lorcing him into a panic pass that Smear easily grabbed before running into the end zone. From then on Penn State demonstrated a mass of scoring talent as Boh Campbell and Don Ahhey, starting backs, scored one touchdown each and Charlie rittni.iii. the other starting running hack, scored twice before the subs got going. Then Gary Deuel scored twice and -Joel Ra-mii h once. The defense counted one more seme a safety when John Ebersole, a second-string tackle, blocked a Maryland punt, sending the ball through the Terps' end zone. 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