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21) DES M01NKS SUNDAY REGISTER B OCrOBER 31, 1982 Michigan rips Gophers, 52-14 AP Photo. S 3 ANN ARBOR, MICH. (AP) -Michigan quarterback Steve Smith triggered a 24-point explosion in the second quarter Saturday as the Wolverines rolled to a 52-14 Big Ten football victory over Minnesota in the battle for the Little Brown Jug. The victory, coupled with Iowa's stunning 14-13 triumph over Illinois, gave the Wolverines sole possession of first place in the conference. Smith, who teamed up with all-Amcrican flanker Anthony Carter for a 29-yard touchdown pass play in the first quarter, capped a 67-yard drive with a 6-yard touchdown run early in the second period. The Wolverines scored on each of their next two possessions as Smifi tossed a 1-yard touchdown pass to fullback Dan Rice and tailback Rick Rogers ran 10 yards for another tally. Place-kicker Ali Haji-Sheikh booted a 24-yard field goal on the last play of the first half. Minnesota quarterback Mike Hohensee tossed a 13-yard touchdown pass to Dwayne McMullen late in the Big Ten Standings Conference AH Games W. L. T. W. L. T. Michigan 6 0 0 6 2 0 Iowa 4 1 0 5 3 0 Ohio Slate 4 1 0 5 3 0 Illinois 5 2 0 6 3 0 Wisconsin 4 2 0 5 3 0 Indiana 2 4 0 3 5 0 Purdue 2 4 0 2 6 0 Minnesota ... 1 5 0 3 5 0 Michigan State .15 0 17 0 Northwestern .1 6 0 2 7 0 Saturday'! Result Iowa 14. Illinois 13 Michigan 52. Minnesota 14 Michigan State 22 Indiana 14 Ohio btate 38 Purdue 6 Wisconsin 54 Northwestern 20 'fnls Saturday's Games Iowa a! Purdue Indiana at Wisconsin Michigan at Illinois Minnesota at Ohio State Northwestern at Michigan State second quarter, and Gopher tailback Frank Jacobs had a 3-yard touchdown run in the fourth period. The Wolverines, ranked No 20. improved their conference record to 8-0 and are 6-2 overall. Minnesota dipped to 1-4 and 3-4 Michigan tailback Lawrence Ricks, playing sparingly, enjoyed one of his best days rushing. He gained 135 yards in 18 carries, including a gallop of 42 yards that set up Haji-Sheikh's field goal. Smith, a 6-foot, 194-pound junior, completed 10 of 16 passes for 159 yards and three touchdowns. Hohensee provided the bulk cf the injury-riddled Gophers' attack, completing 27 of 39 passes for 239 yards. Second straight victory for Virginia, 37-6 CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. (AP) -Virginia's defense set up three second-quarter touchdowns Saturday as the Cavaliers downed Virginia Military Institute, 37-6. Virginia has now won two straight for the first time in two years. Th (BS wwfo. Because the wilderness doesn't put out a welcome mat. Superb protection from the brutal abuse of rugged terrain GEO boot is lighter m weight than other hikers. But the ba! hstic nylon anc pigskin leather overlays give heavy duty service. A biomechanxally designed internal support t i - J5v4 DUBUQUE MARTING'S SHOES 1690 JFK Rd. FOREST CITY FOWSER'S DEPT. STORE 138 N. Clark FORT DODGE DIAMOND'S 605 Central Avt. GRINNELL STRAND'S SHOES 805 4th Avt. HUMBOLDT LANE CLOTHING 606 Sumnar MANSON FOLEY CLOTHING CO. 1012 Mai St. FAIRFIELD NORTHSIDE B00TERY 59 W. Broadway Statistics Mim. Mich. 19 30 J9-47 S3-374 302 192 20 47 33-50-1 13-20-2 6-44 2-35 1-0 1-0 9-121 5-35 7 0 7 - 14 First downs Rusnes-vards PJisstno vards Return vards Passes Punts FurnOles-lost Penalties-vards Minnesota SCORING Mitlttean 24 14 7 - 52 Micn Carter 29 pass trom S Smith tHaii- Sheikh kick) Vich S. Smi'h t run (Haii-Sneikh kick) Mich Rice 1 Pass from S. Smith (Haii-Sheikh kick ) M;ch Rooers 10 run (Haii-Sheikh kick) Minn McMullen 13 pass trom Hohensee (Gallery kick) Mich FG Haii Sheikh 24 Mich Dunawav 42 pass from S. Smith (Haii-Sheikh kick) Mich K. Smith t run (Haii-Sheikh kick) Minn Jacoos 3 run (Gallery kick) Mich Armstrong 17 pass from Hall (Han-Sheikh kick) A - 105,619 Ohio State soph drills Purdue, 38-6 Statistics Pur. 23 24 90 333 OSt. 75 49-?6S 2:0 First dowrs Rushes-vards yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumoies-iost Penalties-yards 2 I 28-55-0 11-20-1 4-41 2-35 2 1 6-3e 3-2 2-10 SCOPING Purdue 1 ' 9 - Ohio Stat. M J 14 7 - 31 05 - Frank 12 pass from Tomczak (Soans'er kick) P FG Clark 43 OS Anderson 33 pass (rom Tomciak (Spanoler kick) OS FG Spongier 47 P FG Cla-k 36 OS J.Gavie 13 run (Spanoler kick) OS Spencer 41 run (Spanoler kick) OS Soencw 2 run (Spanoier kick) A - 89,341 COLUMBUS. OHIO (AP) -Sophomore quarterback Mike Tomczak, benched the last time Ohio State played at home, threw for )80 yards and two touchdowns Saturday as the Buckeyes whipped Purdue, 38-6. Tomczak passed 33 yards to flanker Cedric Anderson and 12 yards to tight end John Frank as the Buckeyes pushed their Big Ten record to 4-1 and remained tied with Iowa for second place behind Michigan. Ohio State, 5-3 overall, snapped a three-game losing streak in Ohio Stadium. Tomczak completed nine of 16 passes and ran six times for 32 yards, giving him a total offensive performance of 2 1 2 yards. Ohio State jumped to a 14-3 in the first quarter and extended the margin to 17-6 at halftime. The Buckeyes' defense dominated Puraue, 2-4 in the league and 2-6 overall. It was the first time the Boilermakers have not scored a touchdown since being shut out by Michigan, 26-0, on Nov. 15, 1980. Purdue drove into Ohio State territory seven times but had to settle for field goals of 43 and 36 yards by Tim Clark. Ohio State's first two tailbacks, Tim Spencer and Jimmy Gayle, ran for 248 yards and three touchdowns. Spencer ran 20 times for 168 yards, including scoring runs of 41 and 2 yards. Gayle gained 80 yards in nine carries, one of them a 13-yard scoring run. system provides lateral stability in hiking, scrambling, and climbing a$Sj&m - ; '- Contour shaped insole. Removable. Washable. WOLVERINE OtSfi -hoes fa. la-" f OELWEIN BROWN'S SHOE FIT 10 S. Fridarick OTTUMWA BROWN'S SHOE FIT 220 E. Main PERRY JOEBGEN'S SHOE STORE 1116 2nd SHELDON RUDOLPH'S SHOES 929 3rd Ava. SIOUX CITY RUDOLPH'S SHOES Southern Hills Mall STORY CITY CHARLSON'S CLOTHES SHOP 528 Broad WATERLOO LEDERMAN'S 3524 Lafayette Rd. Badgers hand Northwestern 46th road loss, 54-20 Statistics NW Wit. IS 26 30-19 55-406 232 172 7 51 20-31-1 12-22-0 7-52 4-3 3-2 1-0 4-27 5-M First downs Rushes-vards Passing vards Return yards Posses Punts Fumbles-losl Penalties-vards SCORING Norm western 0 7 0 13 - 10 Wisconsin 14 10 21 t - 54 W Kino 7 run (Rohde kick) W King 55 run (Rohde Kick) NW Cummings 7 pass (rom Schwab (Jolas kick I W F(J Rohde 30 W Wright 1 run (Rohde kick) W Nault 31 pass from Wright (Rohde kick! W Green 1 run (Rohde kick) W King 17 run (Rohde kick) NW Coatas 17 pass trom Schwab (kick (ailed) W Ellerson 4 run IRonde kick) W Safety (O. Sims lackled Schwab in end lone) NW Edwards 39 pass from Burton (Jolas kick) A 64.36) MADISON, WIS. (AP) - Reserve tailback Troy King rushed for 166 yards and three touchdowns, leading Wisconsin to a 54-20 Big Ten college football victory over Northwestern Saturday. King, who carried 15 times, scored on runs of seven and 55 yards as Wisconsin took a 14-0 first-quarter lead and went on to hand the Wildcats their 46th successive road defeat. King also scored on a 17-yard run in the third quarter. Sandy Schwab, Northwestern's freshman quarterback who set or tied six national passing records against Michigan a week earlier, was sacked six times for 57 yards in losses. Defensive tackle Darryl Sims had four of the sacks, one of them for a safety. The Badgers, 5-3 for the season and 4-2 in the Big Ten, drove 80 yards in eight plays on their first series as King scored on a pitchout from seven yards out. A 23-yard pass from Randy Wright to Michael Jones and a personal foul against Northwestern on the play put the ball on the Wildcats' 11 to set up the score. Wisconsin made it 14-0 with 4 minutes 6 seconds left in the first quarter when King broke through the middle of the line, cut right behind a block by guard Mark Subach and raced 55 yards down the right sideline to score. Northwestern, 2-7 overall and 1-6 in the Big Ten, closed to within 14-7 early in the second quarter on a seven-yard touchdown pass from Schwab to Tim Cummings. However, the Badgers built their lead to 24-7 at halftime as reserve Kevin Rohde kicked a 30-yard field goal and Wright scored on a 1-yard sneak. A 26-yard run by King set up the field goal. Indiana miscues give Spartans first win, 22-14 Statistics M.St. Ind. 19 II S2-153 27-60 116 307 41 98 10-11-2 23-45-4 6-50 5-32 2-0 1-1 4-45 7-96 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Rc'urn varos Passes Punts Fumoles-lost Penalties-yards SCORING Michigan State 3 1 13 3 - 22 Indiana 7 0 0 7 - 14 MS FG Moisieienko 34 Ind Brown 2 run ID. Smith kick) MS FO Moisieienko 34 MS Ellis II run (pass tailed) MS Grant 35 pass from Yarema (Moisieienko kick) ind Brown 26 pass from Lauferberg ID.Smith kick) MS FG Moisieienko 28 A 38,571 BLOOMINGTON, IND. (AP) -Tony Ellis scored the go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter and Dave Yarema threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Otis Grant 3 minutes later as Michigan State won its first game of the season Saturday, a 22-14 Big Ten victory over error-plagued Indiana. The Hoosiers were penalize'd seven times for 96 yards, lost a fumble and had four passes intercepted, including one by linebacker James Neely that started Michigan State's go-ahead drive. Neely's interception gave the Spartans possession on Indiana's 20. Ellis then gained 9 yards and scored on the next play to give the Spartans a 12-7 lead. After Indiana was forced to punt, Yarema teamed with Grant for another Michigan State score. You've Probably Seen Our Natural Hair Replacements Hundreds of Times ...And Didn't Know It! " FREE CONSULTATIONS For More Information Call or Writ! 2744049 or Toll Free 1-800-362-2789 6983 University, Des Moines, la. 50311 SLIPPERY HUSKER Nebraska I-back Roger Big Eight clash at Lawrence, Kan. The sixth-ratfT Craig wriggles away from Kansas defensive end Huskers slipped a lot of other tackles, too, as they4 Corky Alexander in the first quarter of Saturday's breezed past the Jayhawks, 52-,0 Slow start, then Nebraska smacks past Kansas, 2-0 LAWRENCE, KAN. (AP) - Mike Rozier uncorked touchdown runs of 25 and 27 yards in the third quarter Saturday to awaken a sluggish offense and spark sixth-ranked Nebraska to a a 52-0 Big Eight football victory over Kansas. The triumph hiked Nebraska's record to 7-1 overall and 4-0 in the conference while Kansas dropped to 1-5-2 and 0-3-1. Nebraska, the nation's leader in scoring, rushing and total offense, led the surprisingly scrappy Jayhawks by only 7-0 after the first quarter and 17-0 at halftime. But Rozier, held out of the starting lineup for the second straight week because of a hip pointer, raced 25 yards around right end on Nebraska's first possession of the second half to make it 24-0. Moments later, Nebraska's Allen Lyday recovered a fumble by Robert Mimbs on the Kansas 13, setting up Jeff Smith's 1-yard scoring plunge. With 5 minutes 55 seconds left in the quarter, Rozier darted through a big hole in the middle, cut right and Big Eight Standings Conference AH GamM W. L. T. W. L. T. Nebraska 4 0 0 7 1 0 Oklahoma 4 0 0 6 2 0 Kansas State ... 2 1 1 521 Oklahoma State .1 1 2 2 3 2 Iowa State 1 2 1 4 3 1 Missouri O 2'2 3 3 2 Kansas 0 3 1 1 5 2 Colorado O 3 1 1 6 1 Saturday'! R.tultt Kansas State 9. Iowa State 3 Nebraska 52, Kansas 0 Oklahoma 45. Colorado 10 Oklahoma State 30, Missouri 20 This Saturday's Game Iowa State at Kansas Colorado at Missouri Kansas State at Oklahoma Oklahoma State at Nebraska sailed 27 yards to another touchdown. He suffered a cut hand on that run and left the game with 123 yards in 16 carries. Sophomore Jeff Smith, a native of Wichita who was heavily recruited by Kansas, returned a punt 65 yards midway through the fourth period to give the Huskers a 44-0 lead. It was the first time a punt was ever returned for a touchdown against Bucky Scribner, Kansas' two-time all-Big Eight punting specialist. Reserve quarterback Nate Mason got the last touchdown on a 1-yard run with 2:59 remaining. Nebraska pounded 80 yards in 16 plays on its first possession, with Mark Moravec scoring on an 18-yard run, and the Huskers added 10 points in the second quarter on Kevin Seibel's 33-yard field goal and Turner Gill's 12-yard pass to Jamie Williams. Roger Craig of Davenport, la., who started at I-back in place of Rozier, reinjured a sprained ankle in the third quarter and did not return. Hoya 'Sachs'! SLIPPERY ROCK, PA. (AP) -Ron Sachs ran in one touchdown and caught a pass for another to lead Slippery Rock to a 24-14 victory over Shippensburg State in small college football Saturday. SIXTH ANNUAL IOWA CITY STRIDERS MS MARATHON at tto low. City R creation Ctnttr, 220 S. Gilbert St. Nmmb 7, 9:00 AM Schedut. of ActWrHM Sat. November 6: Pre marathon seminar, featuring lormir towan Joe Henderson, current editor ot Running magazine 4:00 "Riinninr, t Writnu '-ttenderson; Marvin Bell, poet; Pat lackey, columnist; Jane Tompkins, 1981 marathon winner 7:00 "Ion. Slow Distance: An Update" Henderson Son. November 7: 1 OK, Half and Full Mtrathon 9:00 All races begin 2:00 Awards ceremony, plus prues for biggest hind r swi s for MS Fonnojjnjorma Statistics Net). Kan. 32 7 M-4J6 34 120 63 m 0 ll-ld-0 4-14-1 1-48 10-4 2-1 3-2 6-4 7-75 First downs Rushes-yards Passing vards Return vards Posses Pur's FumDles-!osf Penalties-vards SCORING Nebraska 7 10 21 14 - 52 Kansas 0 0 0 0 -0 N Moravec 1( run (Selbei kick) N FG Seitwl 33 N Williams 12 pass from Gill (Seibel Kick) N Roiier 25 run iSelDel kicK) N Smith 1 run (Setwl kick) N Rorier 27 run (Seibel kick) N Smith 65 punt return (Seitwl kick) N Mason 1 run iSe.Dei kitk) A 50,10 No. 17 Sooncrs batter Buffs, 45-10 Statistics Ok la. 26 76-364 46 Coto 14 24-97 138 First downs Rushes-vards Passmo vards Return vards Fasses Punis Fumbles-lost Penaiiies-vards 1SS 4-8-1 14-36 4 2-41 6-43 2-1 1-0 4-20 2-15 SCORING Oklahoma 3 7 Colorado 7 Otua FG Keellno 22 II - 45 0-10 Colo Johnson 17 run (Field kick) Okia Dupree 77 punt return (Keetino Kick) Colo FG F,nd 37 Okia Sims 6 run (Keellno kick) Okia Phelos 1 rjn (Ke:mo kick) Okia Wilson 1 run (Keeling kick) Okia Stonberrv 4 pass interception (Keelins kick) Okia Sims 1 run (Keelino kick) A 43,908 BOULDER, COLO. (AP) -Freshman Marcus Dupree returned a punt 77 yards for a touchdown, safety Keith Stanberry ran an interception back 49 yards for another tally and tailback Fred Sims rushed for two more scores as 17th-ranked Oklahoma crushed Colorado, 45-10, Saturday in Big Eight football. The Sooners, who trailed, 7-3, early in the contest and could do no better than a 10-10 tie at halftime, capitalized on three interceptions in the second half to explode for five TDs. ' Sims got the go-ahead score with 8 minutes 9 seconds left in the third period, taking a pitchout and gliding 6 yards to complete a 46-yard drive. 5 Cowboy FGs help topple Missouri, 30-20 Statistics (v. 24 26-62 46-343 200 84 I 78 15-28-? 8-17-0 10-44 7-42 1-1 2-1 5-47 4-20 Firsl downs Rushes-vards Possina vards Return vards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-vards SCORING Missouri ; 1 0 0 - 20 Oklahoma State 1 t t 3 - 30 OS Jackson 5 run (Roach kick) OS FG Roach 31 OS FG Roach 4 M Snowden 55 past from Perrv (Richmond kick) OS FG Roach 22 M Dobv 85 lateral from Cavev (Richmond kick) OS FG Roach 27 M Perrv 1 run (pass failed) OS Anderson 11 run (Jackson pass lo Hanna) OS FG Roach 21 A 38,400 STILLWATER, OKLA. (AP) -Ernest Anderson's typical 227 yards rushing helped set up Larry Roach's record five field goals to give Oklahoma State a 30-20 win over Missouri Saturday in Big Eight college football. Roach, who created a sensation last year with 19 field goals, had only eight going into Saturday's game. Roach's field goals including a 45-yarder, his longest this year set a single-game school record and tied a Big Eight record. BE FIRST! Iowa "TIGER HAWK" Backboards Full sue, lop quality, weather resistant, V M.D 0. board, protessnnally sUkscreened (okt on black. Includes backboard only nl). INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL i V plus 3 sales tax Iowa residents only, niinn FREIGHT for Iowa Delivery. JTIIEJli (on orders received by 111582) Send check or money order witti complete sfuppinf address to: High Point Products P.O. Box 3881 Urbandale, Iowa 90322 915-278-4029 Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery. FOR THE DISCRIMINATING FAN! 4 ' A Nelson says Cowens can be relied on Continued from Page (toe .M finesse team. Besides Lanier, there, an abundance of scorers Marques Johnson, Sidney Moncrief, Brian! Winters and Junior Bridgeman. Cowens need not worry about main. taining his 18.2 career average. . ;j 'Playing here won't be a glorious job for Dave," Nelson admitted. "f'v got a lot of dirty work for him." , Translated, that work means rebound, set screens, play defense and perhaps throw an "enlightening", elbow or two when overzealous foes start hammering the Bucks under the boards. ',' m Cowens seems ready for such ,4 grind. At a sinewy 225 pounds, h appears leaner if not meaner than ever. . "I need to get the instinct back, (tie court awareness," Cowens said.,,"1, can still run with most of the players in the league. My defease is OK, but my timing is off on my reboundihgf, And playing a new position, I'm pot, yet fluid offensively. "I've found playing in a new city., for a new team, mentally and phy&j, cally invigorating." ,.,, THAT'S IN STARK contrast, Jjr 1980, when Cowens, bothered by a; chronic lower back problem since healed and other nagging injuries,, stood up on the team bus as (he, Celtics were traveling to Evansvill,; Ind., for an exhibition and disclosed, his retirement, saying he could no longer perform effectively. , ' When I retired, I was burned out-physically and mentally," Cowens said. "I didn't like the idea of playing, one game and sitting out two with; injuries. When I quit, I never intended to come back some day." i,u In the spring of 1981, as the Celtics, were en route to another world tije, Cowens became athletic directorial Regis College, a small women's liberal arts school near Boston. "r "But after a year or so, I started, thinking about playing again,''; Cowens admitted. "I wrestled with' the idea for some time. I didn't want, to embarrass myseif ." Last summer, when Cowens finally decided to return, he knew it would not be in Boston. He had been Rookie of the Year in 1971 with the Celtjcs and the league's Most Valuable, Player in 1973. He had also suffered through a miserable season (29-53): aa a player-coach in 1978-79 beforft being succeeded by Cedar Rapiil native Bill Fitch. , ,,- , ;'x; "It would have been awkwardi in Boston," Cowens said. "This is,, a, personal challenge for me. It has nothing to do with the Celtics." THERE WERE reports that Cowens had a long-running feud witbi Fitch. Besides, Nelson and. Cowens, former teammates, had always been, close. '. '. Arnold "Red" Auerbach, Boston's! brilliant general manager, originally, wanted to deal Cowens to Phoenix If anyone was going to light a victory cigar other than the Celtics, ,lhft wanted it to be a team in the other, conference. "What it came down to was, we made Boston a better offer," Nelson said. But now that Nelson has Cowen under a two-year contract, can he keep Mm? l "Dave said he wouldn't walk away again," Nelson said. "He gave me his word. We have faith in each other, now "It was important that I knowj Dave. He was the best player in the; league at one time. I don't expect him? to reach that level." , , A But Nelson does expect Cowens, to, bring more than his muscle to the Bucks. Coaches prefer to call sucft qualities intangibles. , Qu "We're tired of being bridesmaida,',! Nelson said. Still, the Bucks' boss is aware that if Cowens doesn't lead Milwaukee to the altar, he Nelson might become a sacrificial lamb. B t-r f u l.'litT

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