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SECTION I) . i III S MOIM S SI Nt HI CIS H H CK'!OUI R22, IV7K druK 15 U. MMm ,"Mf Wi, 0) nnnn i 5 u u u u if It d m A fa .1 Sinis, pals drub Cyclones, 34-6 ly MAI RY WHITE AMES. IA. - Oklahoma's football tram vat all thai was feared, and mart, Saturday in a 14 4 Bl Kitftil victory over Iowa Slat U)M will keep the unbratrn Soooeri perking along nicely atop the national poll. The tuusucs were awesome as Billy Sirru, a iwtft junior running back who may very well be Heuman-bound If be aeepf hi health, covered large gulps of real estate in single bounds to nH 331 yards In 20 carries. "Sims waa outstanding one of the best running backs I've ever seen," said Cyclone Coach Earle Bruce, who taw the tli.-k. swift Sooorrs jump to a II 0 kad before aa over-flow throng of at.teo was decently srttkd fwa State, which started the season with such high hopes, is now 4 3 for toe seame, with aocees&ive league tosses to Nebraska, Missouri and Oklahoma, There U no tune left to waste If good season is to be salvaged "fUlly Sims had a great game, lie very consistent runner," agreed Sooner Coach (Wry SwiUer, who now has 7-0 team heading Into the stretch run Thomas Lot! and the rest aren't bad, either, netting 610 ysrdt of total offense against a team that had fans bragging about the defense few weekt ago. Happy to be Healthy And what did Simt, a 205 pounder Suuiiirs ii on m win ONMN I iM t tm V4w a.l fW lm I fu tvtjm hti IW MM a ! i I 4 I I - - f .A . - M from Hooks, Tens, who has battled injuries ever since arriving at Norman, have to say about the mt productive rushing day u his rollegl- IOWA STATE Please turn to Pay Three iumoav aren't photo av pavio nwu Hawks swamped by Bucks, 31-7 By Bt CKTUlNBlU. CDLtMBL-S. OHIO - It was a perfect afternoon for football Saturday Sunny and mild Not a cloud in the sky And the halftime show wst eicellmt Ohio State's band always furnishes plenty of entertainment. This year the bard as a msle twirler who is, in a word, unbelievable. He dots things with a baton that are simply astounding Iowa's Scottish Highlanders were hero to Join in the pre game and halftime festivities. And even Bob Hit - ut town fur another engsge-m-il was oa hand to say a lew words at the half So U setting was ideal for the usual sellout crowd of I7.MI at Ohio Sun I fcomcoming Too bad the game didnl match everything eta. Ah. yes. the game That was, in a word, terrible Iowa lost, J J Rottca Start Iowa played an atrocious first half, surrendering thre tourbdowns in just 2 minute 10 seconds of the second quarter, and went to the dressing room thoroughly whipped, trailing by 31 0. perhapj it will be to the Ham keyes' everlasting credit that tbey did not give up and let Ohio State name the score. So much had gone wrong for them, including the loss of starting 4. ti i W - i ( vwm i tjMH V O MM OW lvn l " - - ; wt quarterback Jeff Crfi. that me such figure as 62 0 seemed entirely likely Instead, they fought back behind fourth-siring quarterback Bill Dulan. IOWA 'leas turn to PoQf Two 4 " 'V 1 n t. r .ft. - C -f. .4.rf -''- I 4 . ICS ti . " r ...ti e, ' ( A i f ' 1 - - a f v; 4 ? f j . .I tuNOitv po it eoTO sv roi f ti r , j r ,f I i t t . vt . X - v y J ' .4 ., v- , . r (tf-"1 - - ' vl vt-b'iV .. ' ,...'.. . : 5.,l ' "7. -v . iu.. : 1 v . - I -v . . : X t 'j, i- 4 "J i '. ' , . v i' v ' . 1 k' v .ivl ,r- . ' John Goodman's headlock on Jack Seabrooke typifies Sooner superiority For Iowa, Brad Reid's nosedive on hit by Mike Guess (12) foretold Hawks' fate SPORTS roundup Football GREATER DES MOINES Hoover 7, Lincoln 6 BIG TEN Ohio State 31, Iowa 7 Michigan 42, Wisconsin 0 i Michigan State 49, Indiana 14 " Minnesota 38, Northwestern 14 ' Purdue 13, Illinois 0 BIG EIGHT ' Oklahoma 34, Iowa State 6 Missouri 56, Kansas State 14 Nebraska 52, Colorado 14 Oklahoma State 21, Kansas 7 MISSOURI VALLEY New Mexico 35, New Mexico State 20 Tulsa 27, Cincinnati 26 West Texas State 36, Indiana State 7 Wichita State 33, Southern Illinois 7 MID-CONTINENT CONFERENCE Western Illinois 21, Northern Iowa 7 Akron at Youngstown State (n) Eastern Illinois 42, Northern Michigan 34 IOWA CONFERENCE Buena Vista 16, Dubuque 14 Central 47, Luther 7 Simpson 21, William Pern 0 Wartburg 13, Upper Iowa 8 NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE Nebraska-Omaha 16, South Dakota State 13 North Dakota 24, North Dakota State 21 Northern Colorado 33, Northern Arizona 6 Northwestern 49, Mormogstde 26 South Dakota 32, Augustana (S.D.) 11 MIDWEST CONFERENCE Belo 13, Chicago 10 Cartetonl4.Grmell2 Cornel 35, Lawrence 21 Lake Forest at Marquette n Please turn to Page Six INSIDE THE PEACH Passing record Michigan State's Ed Smith breaks Big Ten passing record by throwing for 369 yards on 20 completions in 30 attempts as Spartans crush Indiana, 49-14. The Big Ten roundup is on Page 4-D Missouri rolls Thirteenth-ranked Missouri cruises past Kansas State, 56-14, and an Oklahoma State freshman runs over Kansas, 21-7. The Big Eight roundup is on Page 5-D Buena Vista Wins Page 8-D Hoover Stops Lincoln Page. 9-D Sports Opinion Page 11-D Notre Dame Wins Page4-D NFL Preview Page 6-D In The Open Page7-D No.3 Arkansas hooked by Longhorns, 28-21 AUSTIN, TEXAS (AP) - Quarterback Randy McEachern threw three touchdown passes, including two to Olympian Johnny "Lam" Jones Saturday, biting No. 8 Texas to a 28-21 upset of No. 3 Arkansas in the Southwest Conference. McEachern flipped a four-yard scoring pass to the swift Lam Jones with 6 minutes 15 seconds to play, then safety Johnnie Johnson short-circuited an Arkansas comeback attempt Johnson intercepted a pass with 4:16 left and batted away a desperation fourth-down pass in the Longhorn end zone with 2:05 to go to preserve the victory before 78,000 fans in Memorial Stadium. Texas is 5-1 overall and 3-0 in the conference. The Razorbacks, who had an 11 -game victory streak snapped in losing their seventh straight to Texas, dropped to 4-1 and 1-1. Texas unveiled a third-string TEXAS Pleose turn to Page Ten uskers buffalo Colorado By RON MALY Sunday Resistor Staff WrIMr BOULDER, COLO. - Perhaps you recall an essay on the Sports Opinion page of The Sunday Register a while back. In it, a guy suggested that sportswriters should maybe treat football games the same way Joan Bunke of our newspaper writes about movies and Josef Mossman tells about restaurants. In other words, write a reineu; of the drama if, indeed, there is any drama on the artificial turf stage. Well, no better time to start than now. After all, there certainly was no big news, and no drama, generated Saturday on Colorado's Folsom Field. Grantland Rice might have walked out after three quarters. As it was, Colorado Coach Bill Mallory probably felt like doing the same thing. Nebraska walloped Mallory s Buffaloes, 52-14, before 53,262 spectators. Except for Howard Ballage's snazzy 100-yard kickoff return in the first quarter, it was a bad show by the home team. No wonder so many folks in these parts have started following the team up the road the Denver Broncos instead of the Buffs. Drowning Is No Fnn The fans from the Rockies would much prefer to get caught up in the Statistics Nebraska Colorado First downs Rushes-yards h Passino yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbtes-tost Penalties-yards 31 70-443 171 94 12-U-l J-45 3-3 3-15 9 49-1H 66 45 4-13-3 8-47 4-2 8-70 SCORING Nebraska 1 II 17 11-57 Colorado 14 0 0 0-14 Neb FG Todd 27 Colo Bailage 100 kickoff return (Dadfotis kick) Colo MavDerry 1 run (Oadlotls kick) Neb FG Todd 24 Neb Berns 5 run (Miller pass from Sorlev) Neb Berns 10 run (Todd kick) Neb FG Todd 45 Neb Miller 42 pass from Sorlev (Todd kick) Neb vVurth 43 run (Todd kick) Neb Hipp 1 run (Todd kick) Neb Johnson 33 run (Sukup kick) A 53.242 Orange Crush rather than being swallowed up by the Red Sea. Drowning is no fun. A Nebraska victory over Colorado, of course, is no big deal. It happens all the time. This was the Cornhusk-ers' 11th straight in the series and 16th in the past 17 games. If there was some way Colorado could drop the Huskers from the schedule, they would. The trouble is, Big Eight Conference rules call for a game each season. Nebraska started the day with a 5-1 record and the nation's No. 5 ranking. On the basis of this game to say nothing of its 36-26, 56-10, 69-17, !3-0 and 48-14 victories in the five preceding weeks Coach Tom Osborne's team deserves to be rated higher. Even though I.M. Hipp couldn't hang onto the ball, Nebraska amassed 641 yards in total offense (472 rushing) and turned the game into a shambles after a 14-14 first half. It got so dark in the fourth quarter that some of Colorado's faithful were perhaps hoping the game would be called. No such luck. Unless they made an early exit and many did they had to put up with the happenings until the bitter end. Colorado .also came into the game with a 5-1 record. But that was misleading. The Buffs played a marsh-mallow early-season schedule going against such round-heeled foes as Oregon, Miami (Fla.), San Jose State and Northwestern. The opening five games were at home. The first time Colorado went on the road, it lost. It happened at, of all places, Oklahoma State. That gives you some idea of Colorado's strength. Saturday's mauling gives you even more of an idea. There will be no space wasted here NEBRASKA Please turn to Page Fire - 4 . m niii " 'n ir--mr- nlT 'Miiiin- -f iff mi jA"jAi,iif S mti liiirfr

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