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THE TERRB HAUTE STAB, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1965 11 Naughty Words Help Nebraska Remain Among Football Elite By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Writer Bobby Apisa sparked Michigan State, Bobby Burnett powered Arkansas and Profanity propelled Nebraska. Of these three. Profanity played the most significant role as the nation's top three college football teams remained unbeaten Saturday. Apisa burst for three touchdowns as top-ranked Michigan State crushed Northwestern 497, and Burnett scored twice in them burst. No. 2 Arkansas' over Texas A&M. 31-0 victory But third-ranked Nebraska edged Missouri 16-14, and it took a 15-yard penalty for profanity to get the Cornhuskers close enough to win. Nebraska, which trailed at one point 14-0, was behind 14-13 midway through the fourth quarter. The Cornhuskers were on the Missouri 34 with fourth down and about a foot to go. Charlie Winters rammed through the line for two yards, but a Missouri player questioned Winters' forward progress on the play. "I have the forward progress marked here on the sideline," head linesman Glenn Bowles told the unidentified player. -Aw -- ," roared the Tiger. "Fifteen yards," replied the official. + + + That put the ball on the Missouri 17. Four plays later Larry Wachholtz kicked a 26-yard field goal for the victory. The triumph was the Corn- buskers' seventh over-all and gave them sole possession of first place in the Big Eight. The big three were joined by only two other members of the Top Ten in the winning column. Notre Dame, the fourth-rated team, whipped Navy 29-3 and lOth-ranked Alabama trimmed Mississippi State 10-7. Mississippi trounced fifth- ranked Louisiana State 23-0; Illinois dumped Purdue, No. 6. 21-0; Auburn defeated Florida, No. 7, 28-17; and Southern Methodist handed ninth-ranked Texas its third straight loss 31-14. Eight-ranked Southern California did not play. + + + Michigan State, 7-0, continued rolling toward the Big Ten title after overcoming an early 7-0 6th and Walnut • Terre Haute IONTGOMERY WARD deficit. Apisa scored the Spartans' first touchdown from one yard out, and Clint Jones put ahead Apisa on a four-yard later scored on runs of two and one yard. Arkansas, 7-0, had an easy time holding its Southwest Conference lead. Burnett, who scored in the second quarter from three yards and seven yards out, gained 81 yards in all in the first half. Navy scored its only points on Chris Hoch's 29-yard field goal before Notre Dame broke loose. Nick Eddy's 55-yard touchdown dash with a screen pass from Bill Zloch triggered the Irish. Sophomore defensive back Bobby Jones recovered a blocked field goal attempt and intercepted a pass in the final minutes of the game, preserving Alabama's victory. + + + Mississippi recovered four Louisiana State fumbles and stole three scored two passes. Bill touchdowns Cody pass interception and a fumble in Auburn's triumph over Flori- yard touchdown run broke open Southern Methodist's close game with Texas. Outstanding individual performances were turned in by Floyd Little, Bill Andreson and Howard Twilley. LitUe raced for four touchdowns, including one on a 95- yard punt return, as Syracuse annihilated Pitt 51-13. That gave the junior speedster 10 touchdowns in the past three games. •f + + lu Tulsa's 55-12 triumph over Southern Illinois, Anderson completed an NCAA-record 42 passes and Twilley smashed national marks with 18 pass receptions and his 23rd and 24th career touchdown grabs. In other games, it was Colgate 29, Army 28; Princeton 45 iBrown 27; Dartmouth 20 Yale 17; Georgia Tech 35 Duke 23; Georgia 47 North Carolina 35; Kentucky 26 West Virginia 8; Ohio State 11 Minnesota 10; Michigan 50 Wisconsin 14; Colorado 13 Oklahoma 0. da. Jim Grabowski broke Ten career rushing gaining 163 yards, as Seven Prep [earns Show ]leaii Slates THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Indiana has seven undefeated ntied high school football ams and five others that have )een tied but not beaten. Brookville has completed its hedule with a 9-0 record and e state's longest victory string 21 games. Twice-tied Brelen and Carmel also have fin- bed the season. Garrett, unscored on in seven ames, ventured across the ate line and lost to Hicksville hio, 6-0 Friday. Twice-tied vansville North and Nappanee ere beaten last week, anc yer dropped from the once ed to twice-tied class. The undefeated and untied: Nine games—Brebeuf, Brook ille, Delphi, Greenwood, Ham mond Morton. Eight games — Fort Wayne outh Side, Terre Haute Wiley. Texas Christian 10 Baylor 7; Texas Tech 27 Rice 0; Arizona Big State U. 28 Texas Western 20; record, I UCLA 10 Air Force 0; California Illinois'21 Penn State 17, and Washing' blanked Purdue. Jim Hagle's 93-lton State 10 Oregon State 8. an Francisco Warriors played or six different NBA teams. His 957-58 St. Louis Hawks was le last team to turn back the oston Celtics for the NBA I Oilers Chop Bills Down to Taking Size BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Quarterback George Blanda kicked four field goals, including one in the fourth period, in leading the Houston Oilers to a 19-17 upset victory Sunday over the American Football League champion Buffalo Bills. The victory cut Buffalo's Eastern Division lead over Houston to m games. Blanda also tossed a 10-yard scoring pass to halfback Ode Barrel! as the Oilers posted their fourth victory against three losses. The! yard pass, Jack Kemp to Paul setback was the second for the| Costa, set up Joe's run. AUTO SERVICE SPECIA 4 Days Only Tun., Wed., Thiirt., fit. ADJUST MAKES, ANY- CM 99' SPECIAL SERVICE WHEELS BALANCED 500 4 whewli, «.lf>t. incl. Avoid excessive tire wear! Stop in today —you'll feel the difference csyou drive! FRONT END ALIGNMENT 5" ANY CAR Open. Every Day at 8 A.M Bills, winner of six games. + + + Defensive back W. K. Hicks paved the way for Blanda's game-winning eight-yard field goal. He intercepted Buffalo quarterback Daryle Lamonica's pass and raced to the Bills 23. Blanda tossed a 21-yard pass to end Charlie Hennigan. Burrell picked up one yard in two tries and fullback Jack Spikes failed to gain on his line smash. Blanda then kicked the field goal. Buffalo opened the scoring at 7:04 of the first period when fullback Billy Joe skirted left •nd had ball for four yards. The Bills gained when Stratton intercepted pass on the Houston possession of the linebacker Mike Blanda's ' A 28- Continued From Page 10 Doug Atkins intercepted a Starr 3ass on Green Bay's 43. Then Bennie McRae intercepted another Starr pass and raced 24 yards to Green Bay's 31, setting up a Bear touchdown on Sayers' 10-yard sprint around Green Bay's left end. + + + That made it 17-7 for the Bears, but the Packers got a 43- yard field goal from Don Chandler on the last play of the first half, and that proved to be their final scoring of a frustrating day. Then came Sayers 62-yard punt return in the third period, leading to the touchdown which After the kickoff, the Oilers moved 80 yards, mostly through the air, to score on Blanda's 10 yard pass to Burrell. Buffalo made a quick come back for its second touchdown. With the ball on their 28, the Bills advanced to the 43 when Houston was penalized 15 yards for a personal foul. Kemp passed 11 yards to end Bo Rob erson, Joe lost three, Kemp hi: Roberson again for 19 yards ant halfback Wray Carlton ran 14 yards in two tries. Kemp tried a pass to end Charley Ferguson who was bumped by Hicks on a pass interference play. The Bills, with the ball on the two, scored when Carlton crashed into the end zone. In the second period, Hicks made the first of his three interceptions. He grabbed the ball on the Buffalo 49 and ran to the Bills 32. Houston began a five- play sequence that ended with Blanda's 31-yard field goal. Blanda booted a 30-yard field goal with one second left ir. the first 'half. His third, from 13 yards in the third period, gave Houston the lead for the first time, 16-14. Buffalo went ahead at 2:03 of the fourth period on Pete Gogolak's 39-yard field goal. Earlier he had missed tries from the 45 and 31 yard lines. Gogolak had one more chance for a field goal, a 55-yarder with two minutes to play, but the bal fell short in front of the goal posts. The Bills had gambled for a locked it up for .the Bears at 24-1^^ a ^^ earl;er as The Bear triumph avenged .'Kemp tried to sneak over from 23-14 setback at Green Bay Oct-l^e six-inch Ime on "fourth 23 and ruined the Packers' de-: down P 1 ^ The entlre rfouston fensive record which had held six previous opponents to a 12.3- point average. Sayers carried a total of 16 times for 66 yards, but the Bears' leading ground gainer was veteran Arnett, hauling 13 times for 73 yards. Green Bay 730 0-10 Chicago 0 17 7 7—31 GB—Taylor 1 run (Chandler kick) Chi—FG Leclerc 24 Chi—Jones 13 pass from Bukick (Le- clcrc kick) Chi—Sayers 10 run (Leclerc kick) Chi—Arnett 2 run (Leclerc kick) Chi—Bull 5 run ILeclerc kick) Attendance 45.664. team stopped him. Houston 7 fi 3 3 Buffalo - 14 0 0 3 Buff—Joe 4 run (Gogolak kick) Hou—Barrell 10 pass from Blanda (Spikes kick) Buff—Carlton 2 run (Gogolak tack) Hou—FG Balnda 30 Hou—FG Blanda 13 Buff—FG Gogolak 39 Hou—FG Blanda 8 Attendance 44,267. The 1966 Caribbean golf tour is being reduced to three tour naments. They will be at Pana ma, Feb. 17-20; Bogota, Colum bia, Feb. 24-27, and Maracaibo Venezuela, March 3-6. Lombard! Says Bears 'Greatly Improved 9 CHICAGO (AP) — Green Bay Packer Coach Vince Lombardi heaped praise upon the Chicago Bears Sunday and then warned the Bears they have two games to play against Baltimore. The crushing 31-10 triumph, the fourth straight for Chicago since the Bears last loss — a 2314 defeat to the Packers—convinced Lombardi the Bears have arrived again. "This club is greatly improved since we last met 'em," said Lombardi. "In fact, they're a lot better team than the 1963 return which turned the tide toward the Bears. "He has great speed, and our ladders kept misjudging him,' said Lombardi. Asked if he thought Sayers was one of the best rookies he has ever seen break into the NFL, Lombardi laughed and said, "I haven'i been in the league that long." Bears who ship.' 1 won the champion- Lombard! was quick to point out his Packers are still in first place in the National Football League's Western Conference despite their first loss of the season. "The Bears blocked, passed and ran better than we did," said Lombardi. "They have . . "Guys like Livingston and Sayers, Andy Dick Butkus weaknesses, but we didn't exploit them. No, I'm not going to say what the weaknesses are." Lombardi had hig'u praise for Bear rookie Gale Sayers, who scored one touchdown and set up another with a 62-yard punt have glaven the Bears a tremen dous lift. Not only with their great play, but they have beer instrumental in getting some o the veterans to play better. Has Ronnie Bull ever had a better season? And look at the way Jon Arnett has been playing And Rudy Bukich." If there was one pleasing fac tor to the Packer coach, it was the running of Jim Taylor, who gained 50 yards in 16 attempts "This was Taylor's best game of the season. The type of garni it turned out to be gave me a chance to see some of our other players in action.'' Lombardi Bart Starr said tjuarterbacl suffered rib am shoulder injuries but would be able to play again next week Starr had one of his poorer days, completing 10 of 20 for 102 yards, but three of his passes were intercepted. In six pre vious games Starr had a total o: only two interceptions. "I 'guess things like that will happen," shrugged Lombardi. Most State College Races Now Downhill By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The direction is downhill this week for most Indiana college 'ootball teams, which either are joing noplace or already have wrapped up their prizes. Purdue, 21-0 loser to Illinois, will take on Wisconsin at Lafayette Saturday with nothing at stake but a place in the up- jer half of the Big Ten standings. ;ame at Greencastle will de- ermine whether DePauw gets ole possession of last place in he ICC or shares it with the iycamores, the V a 1 p a raiso- Svansville loser and perhaps It. Joseph's. Anderson, owner of the Hoo- ier College Conference cham- nonship on a 31-14 victory over T ndiana Central —" - 1 -" -* Also undefeated: Once tied—North Liberty, 'oodlan. Twice tied—Bremen, Carmel, yer. Indiana, 21-17 victor over Iowa, will attempt the spoiler's role at Ohio State, tied for sec ond place in the Big Ten. Notre Dame, 29-3 winner over Navy, still has national ranking to think about at Pittsburgh. + + + Ball State, with the Indiana Collegiate Conference chanv pionship salted away on a 52-15 victory over Indiana State, has only its unbeaten-untied recon to protect against St. Joseph's at Muncie. Butler, assured. of second place in the ICC and a winning Coach Alex Hannum of season on its 14-8 victory over DePauw, will travel to Akron Ohio. Third place in the ICC will be at stake as Valparaiso, 18-6 the'loser to Washington of Missour in a non-conference game, trav els to Evansville, 28-6 winner over St. Joseph's. The DePauw-Inuiana State Georgetown, Ky. Central wfll be host to Olivet of Michigan. + + + Taylor, runnerup in the HCC on a 14-0 victory over Franklin, will play Defiance of Ohio at Upland. Franklin will play at Hanover, 61-7 loser to Wabash in a non-conference game. Last play at'place Manchester, beaten 20-12 by Bluffton of Ohio, will travel to Wilmington, Ohio. Once-beaten Earlham, 21-13 victor over Wilmington, will travel to Kalamazoo, Mich. Wabash, also once-beaten, will go to Wittenberg, Ohio. Rose Poly, even for the season after losing 14-7 to Principia of Illinois, wfll be host to St. Procopius of Uli- . 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