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D2 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 3, 1968 Gobblers Thrash Seminoles L Football Results J yet. After Lenny Smith Interceoled Tyson of Pahokee touchdown pass on the first play of the second quarter Interrupted the Gobblers' fireworks. FSU went 80 yards in nine plays for the six points. VPI got back in business when Mike Wldeer Interceded a naea By CLIFF KRAI'S TALLAHASSEE (AFN) Alert Virginia Tech picked off six Florida State passes and recovered a fumble as the Gobblers routed Florida State 40-22 Saturday night before a crowd of 31.342. It was the most points chalked up against the Seminoles since Auburn beat them 57-21 In the last game of the 1960 season Coach Bill Peterson's first as head coach at FSU. All of the interceptions but one were turned Into scores for VPL scoring with 2:10 left in the game when substitute quarterback Tommy Warren passed 25 yards to Gary Pajcic In the end zone. Pajcic had started the season as the Seminoles' number one quarterback. Virginia Tech parlayed three pass Interceptions,, a fumble recovery and one sustained drive Into a 31-7 halftlme lead. To Illustrate how suddenly the Gobblers struck, they drove 80 yards In 14 plays for a 32-yard field goal by Jack Simcsak but need Reserve Nick Del Vlsclo made the last theft to end Florida State's last possession In the game. Florida State now has a 4-2 record, this setback ending a three-game winning streak. Virginia Tech went over the .500 mark with the victory, at 4-3. Florida State's passing attack accounted for all of the Seminoles' touchdowns but they weren't enough to overcome the opportunities set up by the interceptions and the fumble. The Seminoles wound up the ed only nine plays to chalk up their four touchdowns. The field goal came on VPI's first possession In the game and the Gobblers picked up their first touchdown before the Seminoles could register on the scoreboard. Ron Davidson Intercepted a Cappleman pass Intended for Billy Cox on the FSU 39 and returned It to the 15. Terry Smoot smacked over for the touchdown from the three four plays later. A 34-yard Cappleman to Jim EAST Harvard 28, Penn 6 PennSt.28,Army24 Union 17. Williams 7 Syracuse 47, H. Cross 0 Princeton 50, Brown 7 Rutgers 23, Delaware 14 Colgate 27, Lehigh 11 Yale41.Dart.27 N. Dame 45, Navy 14 Columbia 34, Cornell 25 Ind. St. 41. Calif. St.O Clarion 35, Shippen 0 J. Hopkins 53, C. Mellon 38 Slippery Rock 19, L. Haven 14 Middle. 24. Norwich 24 Amherst 42, Tufts .6 Boston Univ. 33, Conn. 23 B ' , tea ? i-.v. ',eU ' X BILL NEWTON BOBBLES PASS BUT GRABS IT BEFORE HITTING GROUND ...Don Reid makes futile attempt as would-be spoiler Mass. 49, Vermont 0 GlassboroSt. 13, Frost. 9 N.Hamp. 29. R. Island 6 Stroud. 47, Del. St. 14 Bowdoin41, Bates 14 Muhlenberg 55, Swarth. 6 Edinboro 31, Geneva 7 Lafayette 37, G'burgO Allegheny 60, Case 18 Bucknell42. Maine 21 Grove City 32. Hobart 27 Bridge. 34, Shepherd 21 Thiel40,Adelbert0 SOUTH Auburn 24, Florida 13 W.&Mary33, VUlanoval2 Richmond 35, VMIO S. Carolina 49, Virginia 28 Clemson24,N.C. St. 19 Georgia 10, Houston 10 Citadel 28, Davidson 21 Tennessee 42, UCLA 18 W. Liberty 21, W. Va.TechO W. Va. St. 14, Glenvllle7 Vanderbllt 21,Tulane7 Alabama 20, Miss. St. 13 Wake Forest 38, Md. 14 Kentucky 35, W.Va. 16 Duke 46, Ga. Tech 30 J.C. Smith 26, W. Salem 16 R. Macon 41, W. Md. 14 Norfolk St. 27, Md. St. 27 A. Peay 47, Findlay 20 E. Kent. 21, Murray St. 27 Louisville 23, Kent St. 9 Wash. & Lee 16, Sewanee 7 La. Tech 27, S. Miss. 20 M.Brown 26, Albany St. 8 Tuskegeel8, Ft. Valley 13 MIDWEST Ohio St. 25, Michigan St. 20 Kansas 27, Colorado 14 Missouri 42, Okla. St. 7 Iowa 35, Minnesota 28 Indiana 21, Wise. 20 Michigan 35, Western 0 B. Wallace 26, Wesleyan20 Evansvllle 36, St. Joseph 0 B. Green 54, Marshall 28 Capital 24, Ashland 12 Otterbein40,Heldel.21 Hamllne 32, Concordia 7 Kenyon34,Oberlln 16 Nebraska 24, Iowa St. 13 N.Park 48, August. 42 Youngstownl8,S. 111. 15 Tarkio 40, Stockton 20 Milllkin 14, Carthage 6 R. Falls St. 20. S. Pt.St.O Northland 27, Milton 12 Wartburg 33, U. Iowa 13 Anderson 49, Franklin 19 Wabash 9, Wash. Mo., 7 Albion 45, Hope 0 Monmouth 45, Belolt 14 Hillsdale 43, Winona St. 20 N. Central 14, Elmhurst 12 111. Coll. 14, L. Forrest 13 111. Wesl. 43, Carroll 18 Procopous 29, Pose Poly 26 Wayne 14, Wash. & Jeff. 6 E.Mich. 41, N'eastern 0 Ohio U 34, W. Mich. 27 Olivet 53, Adrian 6 Alma 38, Kalamazoo 6 Ferris 6, Mich. Tech 3 Mlsslour Valley 7, Lea 7 Ripon 35, Carleton 0 St. John's 21, Duluth6 BemldjiSt.63, Bethel 22 Xavier27, Dayton 25 Miami 21, Toledo 17 Muskingum 13, Denlson 7 Wooster 40, Hlrman 17 Mariettas, Union 0 Wittenberg 54, V'parlso 19 0. Northern 13, Bluffton6 Defiance 44, Cent. St. 14 Center 28, Wilmington 7 Akron 46, Illinois St.O J. Carroll 22, Bethany 13 St. Cloud 27, Wayne St. 12 Doane77, Neb. Wesl. 6 SOUTHWEST Texas Tech 38, Rice 15 TCU47, Baylor 14 Arkansas 25, Texas A&M 22 Oklahoma 35, Kansas St. 20 Southeast La. 7, Trinity 3 Texas38,SMU7 Adams St. 34, Ft. Lewis 12 N. Mex. H'lands70, Western 7 WEST Arizona 28, Wash. St. 14 Ore. St. 29, Stanford 7 S. Calif. 20, Oregon 13 Montana St. 29, Mont. 24 Wash. 7, Calif. 7 Utah 30, B. Young 21 A. Force 28, N.Caro. 15 Wyoming 46, Colorado 14 Bulldogs Bite HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) Sparked by the passing combination of quarterback Terry Bradshaw to flankerback Ken Liberto, the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs upset Southern Mississippi 27-20 here Saturday before a stunned homecoming crowd of 15,000. Old And Young In Two New York Grid Arenas Kansans Run Over Colorado LAWRENCE. Kan. (AP) John Rigglns and Bob Douglass ate up huge chunks of yardage with their slashing running Saturday, leading third-ranked Kansas to a 27-14 victory over Colorado. The Jayhawks, victorious In all seven games this season, including four in the Big Eight for a share of the conference lead with Missouri, had a 27-0 lead before Colorado's Bob Anderson could get the Buffalo offense moving in the fourth quarter. Kansas put tight defensive clamps on Anderson the Big Eight total offense leader who had been averaging 220 yards a game. He didn't get plus yardage until midway through the third quarter. At one point, after 22 plays, Anderson had minus one yard in the middle of the third period. Anderson finished with only 32 yards total offense, his lowest total in his collegiate career. ' Kansas, meanwhile, ripped Jhrough Colorado's defense for 428 yards rushing, with John '. Rigglns gaining 162 of it and Douglass 108. The Jayhawk Crushing yardage was the most ever against Colorado, breaking ' the mark of 421 set by Missouri earlier this season when the Tigers beat the Buffs by the same score. Rigglns exploded for 63 yards on the game's third play to set up Bill Bell's 20-yard field goal. Bell later booted a 38-yard field goal, the longest of his career and giving him nine for a Jayhawk school record. A soggy field from a steady light rain kept scoring down, with Kansas losing the ball at Colorado 17 on a pass Interception and fumbling it away at the Buff's 16 in the first half. In addition, Colorado fumbled at the Kansas 24 late in the first quarter. Colorado Kansas First downs 11 24 Rushltw vardane 211 428 Passing vardago 40 87 Return vantage 4 14 Passes. 0... 3-120 9-15-1 ?unls 9-.11 4-40 Fumblps lost 2 2 Yards penalized 10 65 Colorado I o 1414 Kansas 3 14 10 Kan. - F Bell 20 Kan. - John Klitglns 21 run (Bell kirk I Kan. Junior Rigglns 6 pass from Douglass I Bell kirk l Kan. - FG Bell 3B Kan. - John Rigglns 8 run (Bell klckl Colo Nlgbur 3 run (run failed) Colo. Nigbur 80 run IKelsev run! A-44.500. Passes Dazzle Texas Aggies COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (AP) Flrey sophomore quarterback Bill Montgomery rallied Arkansas In the second half with a dazzling passing display that Included nine completions in a row to propel the Razorbacks past Texas A&M 25-22 and into a share of the Southwest Conference leadership. Montgomery, a near-sighted 174-pounder, who wears contact lenses, threw two touchdown passes and guided the Razor-backs to two other scores on plunges by sophomore tailback Bill Bumett. on the Seminole 36 and returned lit to the 28. The score came on the third Dlav with Klnpald nat. sing 14 yards to Ken Edwards. If the Seminoles thnucrht th Gobblers were striking with ex treme suddeness at this point they had not seen anything ssa.m8J (AfWInaksU) television as a high-school sophomore In Beaver Falls, Pa. "I knew about Unltas, because he was from Pittsburgh, not far from Beaver Falls," said Namath, "but what made me even more interested in the Colts at that time was their tight end, Jim Mustcheller. He came from Beaver Falls." Oddly, a dangerous sideline pass to Mutscheller in the Colts' 23-17 sudden-death victory did much to form the Unltas image. Asked if he had been concerned about an Interception, Unltas replied, "When you know what you're doing, you don't get intercepted." And the other day, when Namath was asked if he ever thought aboutsomeday succeeding Unltas as the best quarterback, he replied. "No." Asked why not, he laughed and said, Ilbecause I feel that way now." gztfif"" " """"""""' SfV It a pass on his nine and got back to the 12, Edwards streaked up the middle for 88 yards with 7:51 left In the first half. On the ensuing klckoff. Tom my Warren lateralled off to Gary Palclc. who fumbled a John Ivanac recovered on the Seminole 10. George Constantl- nives spun tn rough the line for the TD lust 13 seconds after Ed. wards' had galloped almost the lengin oi toe field. Syracuse Romps Over Holy Cross WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) - Paul Paollsso led a Syracuse offense that racked up 476, yards In breezing to a 47-0 football victory Saturday over Holy Cross. Syracuse, stung last week by a 43-0 loss to California, struck for 27 first downs with 250 yards rushing and 226 yards In the air, vhlle holding Holy Cross to six irst downs, 65 yards In the air ind a minus 10 yards on the ground. Paollsso, who passed for 122 yards, was at the helm for four of the Syracuse touchdowns. The first Syracuse score came at the start of the i';ame when a Holy Cross punt snap from its 22 was deflected by Syracuse.The ball went into the end zone where tackle Ray White landed on it. Paolisso handed off to half back Ron Trash for the second Syracuse score from the five, 'hen hit end Lee Castner on an 1-yard pass to end a 64-yard Irive. Paollsso set up the fourth Syracuse score by pitching out to IYask, who reversed to halfback John Bullcz. Then B illcz hit end John Massls for a 34-yard scor ing pass. A fourth quarter march directed by Paollsso ended when fullback Mike Chlebeck went over from the two. Holy Crosa: Syracuse 14 13 0 20-47 Holy Cross 0 0 0 00 Syr White recovered deflec'ed snap In end' zone (Jakowenko kick) Syr Trask 5 run (Jakowenko klckl Svr Castner 11 pass from Paollsso (kick failed) Svr Massls 34 pass from Bulcz (Jack- owenkl kick) Svr Chlebeck 2 run (pass failed) Syr Knox 1 run (Jakowenko kicl-l Svr Maddox 16 pass from Zur (Jikow- enko kick) A-14,900. Sports Cars Run Trials The South Florida Council of Sports Car Clubs has named Scuderla Veloce as host to the championship time trials In the West Palm Beach Municipal Auditorium parking area today. Registration and technical inspection 10 a.m. Time trials start 11 a.m. This is the first time that Scuderla Veloce has been so honored by the Council. The event promises to be the largest event of Its type ever held In the area. Over 100 drivers are entered. Stan Pearlman of Miami with his 911S Porsche will be on hand to defend his recent big first overall here In West Palm Beach. Bert "Nimble" Norrls of Jupiter In the Norrls Special will be gunning for the overall honors this time. Norrls lost to Pearlman by only one tenth of a second at the last outing. Other Interesting dices are promised between Steve Mar-cum In a Sprite MK III, and Bob Plcarlello In his Spitfire MK II. Fred Champlln of Pompano, Plat-Abarth, will have Brennen O'Reilly on his back Wake Forest Wins WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. (AP) Wake Forest, sparked by the brillant passing and 90-yard touchdown sprint of quarterback Freddie Summers, smashed Maryland 38-14 AAMCO "CAR OWNERSHIP" GUARANTEE AVAIUBU Fr parti and labor M AAMCO't "car wnarskip" raavilt transmissions for si lon is yon own I nt car ind strrica it annually at any AAMCO Cantar eosst-ts-coitt at modest cost. Frt- lent CtrtifkiU to any AAMCO Cantor coast to coast . hi. i .ii - WEST PALM BEACH 1309 N. DIXIE HWY. PH. 132-0126 RIVIERA BEACH 2234 BROADWAY PH. I4S-064I (C) New York Times News Service By DAVE ANDERSON NEW YORK Separated by 10 years and 10 miles, the young challenger and the old champion will stroll onstage in New York today In different arenas. Joe Namath, the mod, shaggy-haired and nurturing a Fu Manchu mustache, his wobbly legs in low-cut white shoes, but gifted with an arm like a lariat, will be at quarterback for the Jets at Shea Stadium. Johnny Unltas, the pro, crew-cut at the age of 35, his sturdy legs in black ankle-high shoes, but with an arm as tender as lettuce, will prowl the sidelines for the Baltimore Colts at Yankee Stadium. Unltas once was the best. But this season he has hardly played and the suspicion is that his career Is about over. Namath Is only 25, but Ironically his career is In constant Jeopardy. Another whack on either of his knees and he might hobble off the field, never to return. But of all the quarterbacks In pro football, he is the one most likely to succeed Unltas In the throne room. Coincidental!;, in their formative seasons, Weeb Ewbank coached each one, although under somewhat different circumstances. Unltas joined the Colts as a sandlot performer who had been cut by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Namath Joined the Jets as a celebrity with a $400,000 contract. "But as young quarterbacks they were very comparable," Ewbank was saying the other day before a Jet practice. "I remember when John was young, people used to ask me to compare him to Otto Graham because I had been with Otto at Cleveland. I used to say, 'give John an opportunity to play a few seasons and his record will speak for itself.' It'll be the same way with Joe. He's in only his fourth season, but already he's put together an amazing record. Give him a few more seasons and he'll have a record as good as anybody." Here is Unltas' record through his first fou seasons (1956-59) In the National Football League and Namath's midway in his LONG-HAIRED JOE NAMATH UNLEASHES A PASS . . .He's ready to lead Jets Against Bills AHerl'M been a factor in his current arm trouble. "John always followed through with the back of his hands pointed inward," Ewbank said, "like a pitcher throwing a screwball. I thought he'd have arm trouble sooner, but Joe's motion is straight away. Another member of the Jets, Johnny Sample, a cornerback on the defensive unit, was a teammate of Unltas a decade ago. "The thing that always Impressed me about John was his control of the game," Sample said. "No matter what the score was, he was going to do something to get the ball Into the end zone. He never got panicky. He did the things he had to do and he thought ahead. He'd call a play In the first quarter that he knew wouldn't gain much yardage, but in the last quarter, he'd come back with a play that looked like the earlier play, but it was different enough for a big gain." Regarding interceptions, Sample had a theory that perhaps only a defensive back could realize and appreciate. "John threw a smarter pass than Joe," said Sample. "He was able to throw a pass so that if his receiver couldn't get it, the defensive back couldn't get it, either. But Joe has a quicker arm than John and a stronger one. If Joe keeps developing, he'll be as great as John was. In our game In Houston two weeks ago, when he took the offensive 80 yards in the last four minutes to win, he looked like John did In the sudden-death championship game here in 1958 against the Giants." Namath saw that game on Colgate Victor HAMILTON, N.Y. (AP) eserve tailback Jim Lydlc, a senior getting his first starting rail, scored a pair of touchdowns Saturday to power Col-ate to a 27-11 football victory over Lehigh. NAVY'S Middies Humbled By Irish (C ) N . V . Times Newt xervlre PHILADELPHIA - Before a turnout of 63,738 fans attracted by name appeal rather than game appeal, twice-beaten No tre Dame did the expected Saturday by humbling victory-starved Navy, 45-14. The crowd, sitting under sunlit skies at John F. Kennedy Stadium, saw the Fighting Irish move into the lead in its first offensive sequence and dominated matters the rest of the way. Navy kept the issue within control tor one half, thanks to some fine passing by Mike McNallen and some fine ground play by Junior Dan Pike. But with the score 24 to 14 at the intermission, the Middies ran out of fuel and were held scoreless for the rest of the day. In the meantime, such well- known Notre Dame stalwarts as Terry Hanratty, the sharp shooting tosser, and Jim Seymour, the pass grabbing end, went out about the business of completing the expected rout. Hanratty and Seymour emerged with some more impressive statistics. The wiry Notre Dame signal caller completed 14 aer ials in 21 attempts for 149 yards and ran the ball nine times for 54 yards. Seymour, who seemed to have no difficulty in shaking loose from the Middles' defens es, snared eight passes for 78 yards. The two Irish stars were in volved in three touchdowns, only one of which, however, resulted from an aerial (11 yards). In the first period, Seymour tallied on an unusual play when he scooped up a fumble by Bob Gladieux after that Notre Dame back had carried about 9 yards to the goalllne. Hanratty's solo effort as a scorer came early In the second chapter when he rushed through the left side on a keep from 3 yards, giving the mid-westerners a 23- to-6 edge. Gladieux racked up 117 yards in 18 carries as he also accounted for two touchdowns. Ron Dushney, partial to finding holes In Navy's middle, emerged with 66 yards In 16 plays. Ara Parseglan, the Fighting Irish's competent head coach, because of confidence or perhaps just good public relations, elected to send in his reserves with 10 minutes left to play. Even they experienced little difficulty in marching to the end zone the first time they gained possession. Inserted with the score, 37-14, the replacements paraded 54 yards in a dozen plays. Joe Thelsman, the 170-pound sophomore quarterback who seems destined to inherit Hanratty's spot next season, masterminded the drive. The 6-foot, 170-pounder engineered three keeps during the advance, two of which were key factors In the march. Navy NMre Dame First downs 15 33 Rushing yardage 66 337 Passing yardage 171 183 Return yardage 152 153 Passes 36-19-1 24 16 1 Punts 8-38 2-34 Fumbles lost 0 2 Yards penalized 58 20 Notre Dame 17 T 7 1445 Navy I 0 0-14 Nfj-FG Hempel 33 ND Seymour recovered fumble la end tone I Hempel kick) Ntw-PlVe 44 run (Kick (ailed) ND-(;idlues run (Hempel kirk) ND-Hanratty 3 run (Hempel kick) Naw-Clark 10 pass from McNallen (Clark pass from McNallen I ND-Seymour 11 past from Hanratty (Hempel klckl ND-Ualdlue 1 run (Hempel kick) ND-Zlegler run (Hempel kick) A-63,738. Hawkeyes Edge Minnesota, 35-28 MINNEAPOLIS (AP)-Soph omore quarterback Larry Law rence scored four touchdowns and guided the Iowa Hawkeyes past Minnesota 35-28 Saturday in a Big len football game. Lawrence ran one, four, nine and eight yards for his 24 points mi Wisconsin Inches Short Of Victory fourth on: American League seas- Attn Comp. Pel. Yards TO 1.IW 611 .540 8.154 84 1.519 761 ,5U0 11.269 71 Unltas Namath In nearly 400 fewer attempts, Unltas threw for 13 more touchdowns. Unltas also had fewer Interceptions, but Ewbank recalled that "John had an interception problem, too. The thing about both of them is that they're so good, they thought they could complete anything. I remember I once brought Otto Graham to training camp for him to criticize John in the workouts. One time John completed a pass over the middle and Otto told him, 'you hit that one, but I wouldn't have thrown It Into that crowd.' Basically, they're duplicates." Unltas' motion apparently has shortly after the third period began as quarterback Harry Gon-so lnspersed his passes with strong runs by Isenbarger and fullback Tom Fleming to move Indiana to the eight. Gonso then hit Al Gage tor an eight-yard score. Wisconsin got Its first break when Carl Winfrey recovered Isenbarger's fumble on the Indiana 17. Randy Marks capped the six-play scoring march with a two-yard dash. Indiana's winning TD came on a 32-yard run back with an Intercepted pass by Jim Sni-adeckl. Indiana 0 7 7 721 Wisconsin 0 0 7 13-20 Ind Isenbarrter 3 run (Warner kick) Ind Gage S pass from Gonso (Warner klckl Wis Marks 2 run (Ryan klckl Ind Snladeckl, 32 pass interception (Warner kick) Wis Ryan 1 run (Rvan klckl Wis Mearlon 22 pass from Ryan (run failed i A 51.666. to break the single-game Iowa scoring record set in 1939. Minnesota sophomore halfback Barry Mayer, who scored on a 60-yard run In the first period, gained 179 yards rushing and tied the Gopher one-game rushing record set In 1951 against Iowa by Paul Glel. The victory was the first by Iowa in Memorial Stadium since 1958 and gave both teams 3-4 over-all and 2-2 Big Ten records. Lawrence's three second half touchdowns brought Iowa from a 20-14 halftlme deficit. The Gophers had taken a 20-7 lead in the second period on Jim Carter's one-yard plunge and an 11-yard touchdown pass from Ray Stephens to Ray Parson. But the running of Lawrence, fullback Tim Sullivan and tall-back Eddie Podolak, who scored Iowa's other touchdown on a three-yard run, dominated the Gophers until the final minute when Stephens plunged three yards for the last Minnesota touchdown and Carter ran over the two-point conversion. Iowa 7 T T 1415 Minnesota f 13 O 828 Iowa l.awrpncr 1 run (Melendez klckl Minn Maver 60 run (Nvgren klckl Minn Parson 11 pass from Stephens (kick failed) Minn t arter 1 run (Nvtrren kick) Iowa Podolak 3 run (Melendez klckl Iowa Lawrence 4 run (Melendez kick) Iowa Lawrence f run (Melendez kick) Iowa Lawrence S run (Melendez klckl Minn Stephens 3 run (Carter run) A 57.703. MADISON, Wis. (AP) - A Wisconsin two-point conversion attempt failed by Inches as Indiana eked out a 21-20 Big Ten football victory Saturday. Down 14-0 and 21-7, Wisconsin made a gallant comeback when quarterback John Ryan sneaked In from the one yard line for one touchdown, then threw a 22-yard TD pass to James Mearlon. Wisconsin had two more chances to break its 17-game win less streak, but field goal tries by James Johnson and Ryan missed their mark. . Johnson missed three other field goal attempts and had a fourth blocked. After a scoreless first period, Indiana took over on the Badgers' 23 on a fumble. Four plays i later, halfback John Isenbarger blasted into the end vne from the three. Indiana scored its second TD Wk OPENS KM FRIDAY TyA NOV. 15 Sorry , no one under 21 Mil Hi

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