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Palm Beach Post, Monday. Nov. 25, 1968-29 i Who 5 No. 1 ? Buckeyes Or Trojans State coach, was inclined to Houston annihilate defenseless Bowl berth opposite mighty Southern California. Tulsa 100-6 in the Astrodome A link Gwi a tonq Way! Al Mm:t: oiksh c;i: W Mm Iran - tl) 3000 w7o7ouTc7r i ed in Cambridge, Mass., where Harvard scored 16 points in the last 42 seconds for a 29-29 stan-off with arch rival Yale. The tie gave each team, 8-0-1 finish and And Hayes, the longtime Ohio Saturday night. picked off another Missouri pass in his end zone, pacing the Jay-hawks to their ninth victory in 10 games. Oklahoma's 14th ranked Soon-ers smashed Nebraska 47-0 as Steve Owens scored five Ohio State rooters paraded through the streets of Columbus chanting "We're No. 1" early l By the AmocIII Prra Woody Hayes and the Ohio State student body are in complete accord as to which college football team is the best in the country. Now all they have to do is button-hole O.J. Simpson, twist Southern California's arm ... and probably bend the minds of some 34,000 Texans who saw a piece of the Ivy League cham pionship. Sunday morning . . . long after Frank Champi, Harvard's as Penn State, 9-0, scored the first 10 times it had the ball. Georgia, Texas and Notre Dame, the fifth, sixth and 10th ranked powers in last week's Associated Press poll, were idle. But No. 7 Kansas, No. 8 Tennessee and No. 9 Arkansas, picked up victories. Kansas, which meets Penn State in the Orange Bowl, edged Missouri 21-19 and clinched at least a share of the Big Eight title. Defensive back Dave Morgan scored on a 35-yard interception return, recovered a fumble to set up a score and second string quarterback, the second-ranked Buckeyes demolished fourth-ranked Michigan 50-14 for the Big Ten Conference title and a Rose tupped two touchdown passes and added a two-point conver sion strike after time ran out to MOBILE HOME INSURANCE ANCE key the amazing comeback. "I don't know who said a tie 1210 AVE. E. RIVIERA BEACH Football Results game is like kissing your sister J El. but I'll take this game just the way it ended up, said Harvard Coach John Yovicsin. "There was no way of it hap pening ... but it did," muttered Yale Coach Carmen Cozza. "It probably won't happen again in a thousand years. While Champi and the silenced premature "We're No. 1 shouts nn the Yale cheer agree with the revelers. His sophomore-laden team throttled Michigan ace Ron Johnson, broke open the showdown with a 23-point fourth quarter capped by Jim Otis' fourth touchdown burst and completed a 9-0 regular season slate before a record Ohio Stadium crowd of 85,371. "I think we proved it out there today," Hayes said. "We beat the No. 4 team in the country ... a real good football team ... and we beat them big." In Los Angeles, Simpson had a different viewpoint after setting an NCAA rushing record as the top-ranked Trojans repulsed UCLA 28-16 for their ninth victory in as many starts. "I won't predict by how much ... but we'll beat them," said Southern Cal's magnificent running back, whose 205 yards on 40 carries against the stubborn Bruins gave him a record total of 1,654 for the season. Simpson and the Trojans have one game remaining . . . against Notre Dame Saturday.... before their Jan. 1 showdown with Ohio State. Houston's the nation's No. 1 offensive juggernaut, reached the seldom-attained century mark against tattered Tulsa with a 76-point second half explosion. The Cougars, 6-1-2 with one game to play, gained 762 yards passing and running while breaking the school mark of 77 points they rolled up against Idaho a week ago. They finished with 49 points in the final quarter. Fullback Paul Gipson rambled for 289 yards in 29 trips and scored three touchdowns, and 11 teammates shared in the point ing section, Penn State supporters were crowing over the third-ranked Nittany Lions' 65-9 Cerrudo Captures Cajun LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) -Ron Cerrudo, the shaggy-haired rookie from California, fired a closing round 68 Sunday to win the $35,000 Cajun Classic with a record score of 270 for 72 holes 18 under par. "I just can't believe it." said the 24-year-old Cerrudo as he signed his scorecard at the final green. "I'm in seventh heaven." He finished four strokes in front of veteran Charlie Sifford, who had a closing round of 67 over the 36-36-72 Oakbourne Country Club course, and little-known Bobby Mitchell, who had a 68. Another stroke back at 275 were Dave Stockton with a 68 Sunday, and Miller Barber with a 69. Cerrudo earned $5,000 in this final stop on the 1968 PGA tour. Cerrudo had a three-stroke lead at the start of the final 18. By the time he was through the front nine his cushion was six strokes. Cerrudo said he got a bit rattled on the back side, where he bogied two straight holes, but settled down to finish with a par 36. Cerrudo held up the presentation ceremony on the 18th green to rush into the press room to report to his wife by long distance telephone. "We did it," he cried. romp past Pittsburgh. Charlie Pittman led the del uge with three touchdown jaunts Top 20 Teams At A Glance By Tht Associattd Prtss East Yale W, Harvard 29, tie Pern 26, Dartmouth 21 Princeton 41, Cornell 13 Columbia 46, Brown 20 Penn State 65, Pittsburgh 9 Holy Cross 27, Connecticut 24 Boston College 21, Massachusetts 6 Rutgers 55, Colgate 34 Lehigh 21, Lafayette 6 Wittenberg 42, Wagner 7 Dayton 35, Temple 17 Vi Ma nova 63, West Chester 3 Buffalo 13, Boston U 10 Sienna 20, Niagara 16 Delaware 38, BuckneH 12 Moravian 47, Muhlenberg 15 Haverford 17, Swarthmore 6 South Drake 38, Louisville 37 Louisiana State 34, Tulane 10 Florida State 42, Wake Forest 24 North Carolina 25, Duke 14 Tennessee 24, Kentucky 7 Virginia 28, Maryland 23 South Carolina 7, Clemson 3 East Carolina 23, Citadel 14 West Virginia 23, Syracuse 6 East Tennessee 17, Austin Peay 8 Chattanooga 40, Samford 7 Florida A&M 23, Bethune Cookman 20 Randolph-Macon 36, Hampden-Sydney 8 Morgan State 25, Virginia State 0 Southern Mississippi 21, Tampa 7 Carson-Newman 42, Wofford 21 Johns Hopkins 46, Western Maryland 23 Richmond 31, William & Mary 6 Livingston State 41, Louisiana College 16 So. 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State 36, Savannah St. 7 Virginia Union 12, Hampton Institute 10 Quantlco Marines 7, Wisconsin St. 3 Grembllng 34, Southern U. 32 Morehouse 58, Fisk 21 Appalachian St. 29, Guilford 22 Shaw 12, St. Paul's 0 Delta State 63, Centenary 0 Southeast Louisiana 24, Northwestern St. 19 Alcorn A8.M 48, Kentucky State 0 Southwestern Louisiana 12, McNeese 7 Jackson State 32, Mississippi Valley St. 7 Louisiana Tech 25, Northeast Louisiana 10 Midwest Ohio State 50, Michigan 14 Kansas 21, Missouri 19 Oklahoma 47, Nebraska 0 Ohio U. 28, Northern Illinois 12 Northeast Missouri St. 48, Missouri Southern 8 Cincinnati 23, Miami, Ohio, 21 Purdue 38, Indiana 35 Michigan State 31, Northwestern 14 Iowa 37, Illinois 13 Minnesota 23, Wisconsin 15 Kansas State 21, Oklahoma State 14 Bowling Green 44, Xavier, Ohio, 14 North Texas State 44, Wichita State 6 Findlay 33, Wilmington 6 Ohio Wesleyan 44, Denison 8 Lincoln, Mo., 28, Langston, Okla., 26 Boise State 16, College of Idaho 7 Southwest Houston 100, Tulsa 6 Arkansas 42, Texas Tech 7 Brlgham Young 35, New Mexico 6 Southern Methodist 33, Baylor 17 Texas Christian 24, Rice 14 Southwestern Okla. St, 21, Eastern New Mexico 20 Texas A&l 39, Southwest Texas St. 0 Bishop 24, Arkansas AM&N 21 Sam Houston 41, Sul Ross 6 Arkansas Tech 21, Southeast Missouri 7 Southern State 21, Arkansas A&M 13 Henderson 16, Ouachita 0 Texas-El Paso 23, Colorado St. U. 19 Texas Southern 24, Prairie View 14 McMurry 24, Howard Payne 22 Central Okla St. 35, Panhandle 14 Far West Southern California 28, UCLA 16 Arizona 14, Wyoming 7 Stanford 20, California 0 Utah State 28, Utah 13 Oregon State 41, Oregon 19 Air Force 58, Colorado 35 Southern Oregon 38, Eastern Washington 31 Washington State 24, Washington 0 Puget Sound 41, Whitworth 14 Colorado Mines 45, Southern Colo. St. 21 Arizona State 66, San Jose State 0 Fresno State 10, U. of Pacific 3 Occidental 22, Pomona 10 Sacramento State 26, Cal Western 14 Cal Lutheran 17, Nevada Southern 13 San Diego State 13, Tennessee State 13, tie Whittier 29, Redlands 19 LaVerne 26, Los Angeles Loyola 6 Long Beach State 28, San Francisco Slate 14 Los Angeles State 42, San Fernando Valley State 27 Humboldt 40, Cal Poly Pomona 9 Here's how the top 20 college football teams in The Associated Press poll did Saturday's games: 1. Southern California, 90, beat UCLA 28-16. 2. Ohio State, 9-0, beat Michigan 50-14 3. Penn State, 9-0, beat Pittsburgh 65- 9. 4. Michigan, 8-2, lost to Ohio State 50- 14. 5. Georgia, 7-0-2, did not play. 6. Texas, 7-1-1, did not play. 7. Kansas, 9-1 beat Missouri 21-19. 8. Tennessee, 7-1-1, beat Kentucky 24 9. Arkansas, 9-1, beat Texas Tech 42.7 10. Notre Dame, 7-2, did not play. 11. Houston, 6-1-2, beat Tulsa 100-6. 12. Purdue, 8-2, beat Indiana 38-35. 13. 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