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jj.g Tlie Pittsburgh Press, Sunday, Oct. 29, 1972 Gophers Fall To Michigan Shuttlesworth Leads 42-0 Destruction ANN ARBOR, Mich. (UPI) Ed Shuttlesworth rattled off four touchdowns Saturday to lead steadily-improving Michigan to a methodical 42-0 destruction of Minnesota. Dave Brown also went 68 yards with a pass interception and quarterback Dennis Franklin scored from one yard out to help the fifth-ranked Wolverines win their seventh Midwest game without a loss, four of them in the Big Ten. Minnesota has won only one game in seven tries. Minnesota never really had a chance to win back the Little Brown Jug it lost in 1966. Gophers quarterback Bob Morgan kept finding receivers, but only three of his seven passes were caught by Minne-ota players. Shuttlesworth scored from one yard out the first time Michigan had the ball, went over from four yards out the second time the Wolverines had possession and scored again from four yards away the third time Minnesota gave up the football. The big junior completed his fine afternoon with a one-yard score 56 seconds before the first half ended. Minnesota Michigan 14 14 14 C-42 M'et Shuttljworth 1 run Lontry kick) Mtcft-Shuttmworrh 4 run (Lontry kick) Mich-Shuttteworth 4 run (Lontry kick) Micti-Shut1lsworm 1 run (Lontry kick) Mich-Brown 61 Intercwotion return ( Umtrv k ick) ' AA.ch-Pnjnkllfl 9 run (Lontry kick) Iowa St. Crusher LAWRENCE, Kan. (UPI) -George Amundson pasled for three touchdowns, two to receiver Willie Jones, and ran for another Saturday as 14th ranked Iowa State crushed Kansas 34-8. Amundson called on 195-pound tailback Mike Strachan most of the big eight conference game to grind out yardage that set up the scoring plays. Kansas generally shut off the inside run, but Amundson used slants, sweeps and option to control the ball. I own Stat 17 t 14 3-J4 Kantai 0 I 0-0 ISU-Jones 49 pan from Amundson (Goedlen kick I ISU-FG Goedlen 4t ISU-Amundson 71 run (Goedlen kick) ISU-Jones U poss trom Amundson (Goedlen kick) I SU- Harris '4 pass from Amundson (Goedlen kick) KU-Edwards 15 poss from Jovnes (pas Schro:i from Jones). ISU-FG Goedien A-17.250. Purdue Kicks Mini WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPI) - Fred Cooper returned a punt 74 yards for a touchdown and Frank Conner booted his first two collegiate field goals Saturday to key Purdue's 20-14 Big Ten victory over winless Illinois. Illinois 0 0 7 7-14 Purdue 0 10 7 1-20 Pur-FG Conner 43 Pur-Doninson 18 run (Conner kick) Pur-Coooer 74 punt return (Conner kick) IH-Roberson 40 pass from Wells (Wells kick) Pur - FG Conner 70 lll-Roberson 40 poss fronekenliku. A-01,784. Wildcats Romp Eanston. 111. (UPI) Jim Lash caught a deflected pass and went in for an fij-yard touchdown play in the third quarter the longest completion in Northwestern's history to boost the Wildcats to a 23-14 victor)- over Indiana yesterday. Indiana's Quinn Buekncr, a freshman safety, appeared set to intercept the Mitch Anderson pass, but it bounded off his hands at the Hoosier .35-yard line and Lash grabbed it in mid-air without breaking stride. Indiana 7 Northwestern 0 tnd-Horri$ 2 run (Gnrtr O 7 0-14 10 7 4-23 e- kick) f-om Anderson MvV-Croia 27 pass (Skorm k:ck) Nw- FG Skorin 3? Ind-Atkinson 57 p.nt rt'j" (Gortner K'CK NW-Losh Jl pais fron Anderson (Skcr.n kCk) KW-FG Skorm 42 Nyv-FG Smnn 2? A -32.007 District College Schedules , .PitFt,oShsllule ?! :::.::::::::"AircR.ce":::::;::::: i? 22 Northwestern V a Tulone 38 1o Move Dame 42 35 Boston Coiiese 20 0 Svocj!e 10 Nov. 4-West Viromia. Nov. 11-ot Nnvy. Nov. 25-ot Perm State. Lions' Schedule V Tennessee 28 21 Novy 10 4 Iowa 10 35 Ill.nois 17 45 Army 0 17 Syracuse 0 21 West Viromia 19 Nov. 4-Morvlond Nov. It-Norm toro'ina State. Nov. 18-at Boston Coiieoe. Nov. 25-Pitt. WYU Schedule JS Vlllonova t 28 Richmond 7 4i Virginia 10 35 Stanford 41 49 William , Mary 34 36 Temole .'19 31 Tulone 19 19 Penn Stats 28 Nov. 4-Pitt. Nov. 11-VWI. Nov. II-Syracuse. CMU Schedule 6 Franklin & Marshall 72 14 Onerlin 21 34 Bethany 0 1 Allegheny 13 7 John Carroll ID IS Cose western Reserve 0 Nov. 4-at Wash-Jetf. Nov. 11-Thiel. Nov. 18-ot Hiram. Dukes Schedule J ,. ,,. Niagara K 39 Allegheny CC ,0 1 King t 12 14 St. Francis 5 12 Cleve. Stat I 20 Canlslus 22 .... St. Vincent H A- 4-SteuMnvlllt (at Gateway High r K A4 (? rQ. vM bp 'fifl 8 1 ''i I effil. jZh. -X M. CllifWWWIJ OKLAHOMA STATE quarterback Brent Blackman (10) has his pass blocked by Nebraska's Manstedt (82) in the second quarter of yesterday's game at Lincoln, Neb. Frosh Back Paces Notre Dame Win SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI) F r e s h m a n halfback Art Best ran 57 yards for a touchdown Saturday, his second long scoring dash in two games for Notre Dame, to spark the Irish to a 21-0 victory over Texas Christian in an error-riddled contest. It was the fifth win in six starts for Notre Dame, ranked 15th nationally this week after a 30-26 defeat by Missouri a week ago, and the defeat was the second against four wins for Texas Christian. But the Irish couldn't rest comfortably in the match until Best's touchdown scamper midway through the third period when he sailed down the left sideline. His earlier touchdown run was 56 yards against Purdue the first time he carried the ball for Notre Dame and Sat-u r d a y 's total performance gave him 116 yards in eight carries this season. Best shared Irish offensive honors with two sophomores, quarterback Tom Clements and running back Eric Penick. Clements completed four of 14 passes for 74 yards and one touchdown, all in the first half. His scoring throw covered 11 yards to senior split end Jim Roolf. Clements played into the fourth period, but the Irish MSU, Iowa Tie IOWA CITY, Iowa (UPI) -Harry K o k o 1 u s kicked two field goals Saturday to salvage a 6-6 tie for Iowa with Michigan State. Both teams suffered from fumbles and interceptions and failed to capitalize on scoring opportunities after the Spartans jumped out of a 6-0 lead in the first quarter. But Kokolus, who has experienced difficulty in crucial situations throughout the season, converted field goals of 20 ana 26 yards to even the score. The Spartans, who lost five second half fumbles and had a 90-yard punt return nullified by a clipping penalty, opened the scoring on the second series of the game when reserve quarterback George Miham capped a sustained drive on a on a 9 yard sweep around left end for the score. Michigan State moved smoothly up the field, primarily on the running of halfback David Brown, who contributed a 29-vard run in the game's lone scoring drive Brown finished the day with 117 hards on 19 carries. N. Allegheny Wins Meet CLARION - North All sheny won the wpgal swim- ming championships yesterday at the Clarion State College pool. Peters Twp., was second and Penn Hills third in the meet in which seven new records were set. tOO-vord meOiev reiv Norltl All-Dhenv. 1 : 58.35 (new record). 200-vard feestvle Komv Stetler, RIV-rview, 2.03.31 (new record). IX vo-d individual medley Jtnnlfer Price. Gotewov. 1:05.91. SO-vard freestyle L. Potter, North Allegheny, :25 8 (record). 100-vord butterflv-L Ahern, Bethtt Pork, 1 04.49 (record). 100-vord freestvle Kattiy Stetler, Ry. ervicw, -.55.12 (record). lOOvord backstroke Barb Nichols. Penn Hills. 1:03.44 (record!. lOOyijrd breoilstroke Cindv Kroust, Fox Chanel. 1:14.53. Jvard tresstvie relay Gateway, One-mettr SDrinaboard divine Beth Idler, Uooer St. Clair, 157.35 (record). Bair Sets Record JEANETTE, Pa. - Sunny Bair traveled the three-mile course in a record-setting 14:-53.5 yesterday, breaking the previous course record of 15:34.6, to lead the Jeanette Harriers to a 19-34 win over Mtcerburg Academy. only threw one pass in the second half, by reserve quarterback Cliff Brown, as Clements kept the attack on the ground. Penick got the third Irish touchdown on an 11-yard dash in the last period, boosting his performance for the game to 158 yards in 16 carries. Texas Christian became the third opponent shut out by Notre Dame this season, but the Irish scored more points against Horned Frogs than three of their previous rivals. The score might have been higher but for sloppy play by both teams on the wet field in the first half, when Notre Dame lost the ball three times on fumbles and once on a pass interception, while Texas Christian lost possession three times on intercepted passes and once on a fumble. Notre Dame fumbled three more times in the second half but lost the ball on only one of these bobbles. Texoi Christian t 9 0- o Notre Dame 0 7 7 7-21 ND-Roolf 11 pass from Clementj (Thomas kick) ND-Best 57 run IThomas klckl ND-Penlck 11 run (Ttiomai kick) A-59,075 JliDC; r v " ; ;jV -4:1 .1 vm iv x m in . m sd 1 San IVIoriCd Lots from $2995. Income providing chalets, fully furnished, available now for only $12,995. Financing available. Outstanding recreational model homes on .display for your inspection. Huskers Rip Cowboys LINCOLN, Neb. 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Nebraska nailed down undisputed first place in the Big 8 with the victory and appeared on its way to a rout the first six minutes, when it scored 10 points on Rich Sanger's 21-yard field goal and the Humm-to-Rodgers pass. The scoring slowed down then, but Sanger got another field goal from 27 yards out, Humm connected with Bob Revelle with an eight-yard touchdown pass, and, after Rodgers touchdown run, sub-stitute quarterback Steve Runty passed 20 yards to Ritch Bahe for the final score. Nebraska now has a 3-0 record in the Big Eight. For Oklahoma State the loss-the third of the year was the first in three conference games. 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