Sport: Bowl-Bound

Before 97,239 fans at Ann Arbor last week, Ohio State's Jim Hague tried for a vital fourth-quarter point after touchdown. The kick was wide, but after rival Michigan was called offside, Hague tried again and this time the ball went squarely between the goal posts. That tied the score, 7-7, and helped Ohio State finish the season as co-champions (with Michigan) of Western Conference football. It also guaranteed the Buckeyes a trip to the Rose Bowl.

Their foe in Pasadena on Jan. 2 would be California, the Pacific Coast Conference's all-conquering champions, who got...

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