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Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 11, 1968 23 Buckeyes, Penn State Chase USC ' 1 previously unbeaten Jayhawks. Aubum knocked fifth ranked Tennessee from the unbeaten list and grabbed the Southeastern Conference led by stinging i t r rrr V . yards, and the USC defense limited the Bears to a field goal until the last quarter. Oklahoma's Owens gained 157 yards on the ground and capped an 81-yard fourth quarter march with a five-yard end sweep that erased a 23-20 Kansas edge. But Bob Douglass, the Jayhawks' great quarterback, moved his team 54 yards to the Oklahoma 26 in the closing minutes before Barrett came up with his game-saving pass theft. Ron Maciejowski, a soph quarterback filling In for injured regular Rex Kern, trig gered Ohio State's attack, passing for 153 yards and one touchdown and running for 124 and three more scores. Penn State, trailing 7-0 at halftime, swept past the Hurricanes behind halfbacks Charlie Pittman and Bob Campbell and a hard-rock defense unit that held the visitors to 20 yards in the last 30 minutes. Pittman ran for 123 yards and three touchdowns and Campbell picked up 86 yards after Intermission. Currier scored three of the first four times he got his hands on the football as Auburn zipped to a 21-0 bulge over the stunned Vols in the opening 17 minutes. Carter bolted 49 yards for Minnesota's first touchdown, then slammed over for two short-yardage scores, helping the Gophers jump off to a 27-0 halftime lead on the way to avenging last year's 41-12 loss to purdue. 7 -.-1 vV4S5v.7-I' ' ' By Ike Associated Presa Steve Sogge. the gifted South-em California quarterback who usually performs in the shadow of O.J. Simpson, matched his teammate's brilliance Saturday in the Trojans' finest hour of the season. But a pair of slick Sooners named Steve dealt high-powered Kansas its first setback of the year and Auburn's rugged Plainsmen ambushed Tennessee behind a super-sub halfback, leaving unbeaten Ohio State and Penn State to chase Southern Cal down the November stretch In the race for college football supremacy. Sogge tossed three touchdown passes as the nationally top-ranked Trojans smashed through California's vaunted defenses 35-17 for their seventh triumph without a loss and the inside track for the host spot in the Rose Bowl. Steve Owens, Oklahoma's heavy-duty halfback, rambled for two touchdowns and passed for a third before defensive back Steve Barrett blunted a last-ditch Kansas drive with an end zone interception that nailed the Sooners' 27-23 upset victory over the third-ranked, came from behind to nip Bowling Green 28-27 and clinch the Mid-America Conference crown. Yale and Harvard, the Ivy League co-leaders, kept their records perfect, the Bulldogs bouncing Penn 30-13 and the Crimson edging Princeton 9-7. Notre Dame, playing without injured signal-caller Terry Han-ratty, made another bid to move up from its No. 12 position by demolishing Pitt 56-7 behind soph quarterback Joe Thois-mann. Houston, No. 13, Arkansas, No. 14, and Oregon State, No. 15, also reached for the Top 10 with easy victories. The Cougars downed Memphis State 27-7, the Razorbacks blasted Rice 46-21 and the Beavers whipped UCLA 45-21. Michigan State, ranked 17 h bowed io Indiana 24-22 and No. 20 Louisiana State was beaten by Alabama 16-7, joining Kansas, Tennessee and 11th ranked California on the skids. Wyoming, No. 19, had the week off. A crowd of 80,871 in the Los Angeles Coliseum watched Southern Cal pass what appeared to be its stiffest test in the Pacific 8 Conference with an awesome display of offensive-defensive might. Sogge threw scoring passes of four yards to Bob Klein, 28 to San Dickerson and 10 to Bob Chandler, Simpson bulled for 164 yards on 31 carries, scoring twice on jaunts of 39 and seven SO YOU'RE BUYING A NEW or USED CAR . . . GENERAL MOTORS CHRYSLER ' . - " . w . MtKll.a.ll MUIUK FOREIGN CARS 0 M OF PUZZLED ABOUT FINANCING CENTRAL BANK OFFERS AIMVin-oholoi TOUCHDOWN GRAB Florida too late on the play is Mississippi State University's end Jim Tyson State's Conn Canale (43) in the (81) pulls in a pass from Bill Cap- game at Starkville, Miss. Seminoles pieman in the end zone for a touch- won 27-14. down Saturday afternoon. Arriving ONLY ONE GOOD FINANCING PLAN CENTRAL BANK "AT THE TOP Of UTOMOSIl! 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Our three touchdowns came In the air when they were watching for our runs. Ron Sellers was in better form, too, and that helped. I was especially pleased with a new draw play Coach Peterson had given us. Cappleman would rop back about three yeards and pump his arm in the air as if to pass, but bring the ball back down and I took it on the run into the line. Before on the play, I got the ball standing still and there was no fake pass motion. Align front end to manufacturer's specifications Balance front wheels to save costly wear and tear on tires Downs Pads Suncoast E. Score Lead Vcro Beach High halfback Dennis Downs Increased his Suncoast Conference Eastern Division scoring li'ad with three touchdowns against Martin County Friday night. The speedy Downs has 79 points, well ahead of Seacrest's Dave Sanderson, who has 48. Leopold Sterling of Pahokee, scored two six-pointers to maintain his top spot in the Suncoast West scoring. Sterling has t6 points while Clewis-ton's Danny Kreidlcrhas 47. Alvonzo Clark, Kennedy running back, was held scoreless against Blanche Ely but still heads the Atlantic Conference wiih 73 points with teammate Henry Coleman second with 61. Lake Placid end Jimmy Ad- kins continues to pace the area and the independents with 84 points while George Wise, also of Lake Placid, has 72. TD EP FO TP Downs, VB 13 1 0 79 Sanderson. Sea .1 0 0 48 Mark, Sea 8 0 0 48 Humphrey, LW 7 0 0 42 Matthews. Sea 6 0 0 ;t6 J. Robinson, DM 6 0 0 36 Russ, VB 6 0 0 .16 Wilson. KH 4 12 0 36 Benetlel, LW 6 0 0 36 SUNCOAST H'HIT Sterling. Pah 11 0 0 66 Krcldler, Clew 6 11 t) 47 CibMM.Jup 4 3 0 27 Allman. BG 4 0 0 24 J.Osbom. Pah 4 0 0 24 Mrlntosh, Pah 0 211 0 20 ATLANTIC CONFERENCE A. Clark. Kenn 12 1 I) 73 Coleman, Kenn 8 13 0 61 Wilson, Car 9 0 0 54 Onbscm. Car 8 0 0 48 Brown. Roos 7 0 0 42 K. Burroughs. Rons 5 5 0 35 OTHER SCHOOLS Adkins. LP 14 0 0 84 Wise. LP 12 0 0 72 Moore, LP 10 0 0 60 Lee. SA 9 5 0 59 Benjamin. I S 9 2 0 56 B. illum. MM 8 1 0 49 Mitchell, JC 8 U 0 48 LW Swimming EAU GALLIE - The Lake Worth Swim Association topped South Brevard Y, 3.18V2 to 3291$, Sunday in a dual swimming meet here. The Lake Worth team trailed until therelavs. SAT., SUN., MON.. 9-6 PM BANKRUPTCY HIGH FASHION WOMEN'S DRESS SHOP HAVING DECLARED BANKRUPTCY IS HAVING All ASSETS S01D. OVER 500 GARMENTS SIZE 3 TO II ON SALE 50 10 Off. SITUS Of MIAMI, NEW T0RK, CALIFORNIA. All STORE FIX TURES MUST GO AS WEU AS A lt6 FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED CADILLAC HARDTOP. (TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER) CASH FOR THE CAR NOT REQUIRED. AGENT Will ASSIST IN FINANCING AND TRADE-IN. If NECESSARY. IIM I. UK, IV. KIT II Ml ITUI. Football By The Associated Press East Harvard 9, Princeton 7 Yale .10. Pek28 3 Cornell 31. Brown 0 Dartmouth 31, Columbia 19 Penn State 22. Miami, Fla.. 7 Morgan State 46. Hampton Inst. 14 Indiana. Pa., 35. C.W. Post 13 Syracuse 31, William & Mary 0 Rutgers 27, Connecticut 15 Holy Cross 47, Massachusetts 13 Vlllanova 27, Quantlco Marines 13 Army 58, Boston College 25 Boston U. 2(1, Rhode Island 3 Colgate 38, Bucknell 34 Wagner 16. Susquehanna 6 California. Pa.. 35, Edinboro 7 Allegheny .15, Thlel 32 Clarion 23, Slippery Rock 17 Niagara 36, Utlca 0 Delaware Valley 34, Western Maryland 25 Central Conn. St. 33. Adelphi 0 American International 40, Southern Conn. St. 22 Amherst 31. Trinity, Conn., 3 Union 21, Alfred 7' Elizabeth Cltv 10, Delaware St. 3 Franklin & Marshall 31, Haverford 0 Temple 30. Gettysburg 11 Hobart 21. Rensselaer 7 Maine 42. Hofslra 7 New Hampshire 17, Springfield 10 Urslnus 47, Dickinson 14 Norwich 35. Worcester Tech 12 Tufts 7, Bowdoin 6 Lafayette 7, Kings Point 0 Wavnesburg 69, Lock Haven 0 Kutztown 1.1, Mansfield 6 Johns Hopkins 34, Swarthmore 15 Brldgewaler St., Mass.. 14, Geneva 12 Northeastern 20. Cortland State 17 Curry 13, yuonset 8 Juniata 35, St. Lawrence 7 Delaware 37, Lehigh 13 Moravian 27. Upsala 9 Weslevan, Conn., 26. Williams 24 Muhlenberg 21, Lycoming 13 Bridgeport. Conn.", 16, Glassboro St. 6 Ithaca 17, Montclalr 13 Vermont 45, Mlddleburv 18 Shippensburg 14, Millersvllle 6 East Stroudsburg 70. Bloomsburg 14 Albright 7, Lebanon Vallev 6 South Auburn 28. Tennessee 14 Houston 27, Memphis State 7 Georgia 51, Florida 0 Alabama 16, Louisiana Stale 7 Tampa 28. East Carolina 21 Mississippi 38. Chattanooga 16 Eastern Kentucky 38, Tennessee Tech 14 Clemson 16, Maryland 0 Emory & Henry 44, Guilford 13 Navy 35, Georgia Tech 15 South Carolina .34, Wake Forest 21 Virginia Tech 31. Richmond 18 Vanderbllt 6, Kentucky 0 North Carolina St. 17. Duke 15 Florida St. 27, Mississippi St. 14 Catholic U. 7, Georgetown, D.C. 6 West Virginia St. 15, Grove City 13 Virginia 41, North Carolina 6 Randolph Macon 75. Gallaudet 6 Howard. D.C. 7. Livingstone 2 VM1 21, Davidson 17 West Virginia 17. Citadel 0 Fairmont 14, West Liberty 10 Glenvllle 13. Concord. W.Va. 0 No. Carolina Coll. 34, Johnson C. Smith No. Car. A&T 9, Florida ASM 6 East Tennessee 16. Morehead, Kv. 13 Bridgewaler, Va. 50, Towson Stale 7 Virginia Slate 21. Norfolk Stale 17 Tulane 25. Tulsa 15 Winston-Salem 18, St. Paul's 15 Appalachian 42. Presbyterian 6 Parsons 48, Cameron State 12 Tennessee State 58, Morris Brown 6 Fort Valley St. 19, Savannah St. 16 Morehouse 43, Knoxvllle 12 Southwestern, Tenn. .'18, Washington & Lee 7 Millsaps 33. Georgetown, Ky. 7 Western Kentucky 43, Middle Tennessee 2 Centre 31, Hampden-Svdnev 31 Lane 20. Flsk 7 Virginia Union 13. Shaw 12 Southern U. 22, Wiley 9 Wofford 29, Calawba 8 Samford 17, Furman 12 Northeast Louisiana 31, Pensaeola Navy 14 Louisiana 35, Southeastern Louisiana 7 Northwestern Louisiana 28. McNeese 12 Southwestern Louisiana 20, Arkansas St. 9 Austin Peav 56, Murray Stale 35 Midwest Oklahoma 27, Kansas 23 Minnesota 27, Purdue 13 Michigan 36, Illinois 0 Indiana 24, Michigan State 22 Missouri 42, Iowa State 7 Notre Dame 56, Pittsburgh 7 Adjust brakes for full drum contact. We add fluid, if needed Repack front wheel bearings a service that should be performed every 10,000 miles Scribes Win Contest the Vols 28-14 as second stringer Mike Currier grabbed a pair of scoring passes from Loran Carter and plunged two yards for another touchdown. Second-ranked Ohio State and No. 4 Penn State kept pace with Southern Cal at 7-0, the Buck eyes trimming winless Wisconsin 43-8 and the Nittany Lions rallying in the second half for a 22-7 victory over Miami, Fla. Minnesota staggered sixth-ranked Purdue with three quick scores by fullback Jim Carter in the first quarter, then held off the Boilermakers 27-13. Seventh-Ranked Michigan remained deadlocked with Ohio State for the Big Ten Conference lead after swamping Illi nois 36-0. No. 8 Missouri seized the top spot in the Big Eight Conference with a 42-7 romp over Iowa State; No. 9 Georgia mauled fading Florida 51-C, and No. 10 Texas slammed Baylor 47-26. Ohio University, ranked No 16 and one of three other un beaten, united major schools The draw worked twice, once for 18 yards and again for 10 yards, giving us our first downs when we needed them and when they were expecting a pass. That 99 yards running doesn't look like much In the statistics, but the field was slippery and we had to work hard for every yard. Our defense was better and our whole offense worked better than it did against Virginia Tech. It was a team effort, of course, but under the game conditions the running was most important. We meant to win this one. It wasn't so much what Coach Peterson said it was just the fact that Virginia Tech had beaten us so bad the week before. And I'm not saying we're back on top and will win our other three games. North Carolina State, our op ponent next Saturday, is tougher than Mississippi State, And so are Houston and Wake Forest, the other two teams we'll meet this season. But we're on the right track. I believe if we beat North Carolina State we'll go all the way the rest of the season. An 8-2 record wouldn't be bad. We know now we've got to Improve every game to do It. Alabama-LSU; Baltimore-De troit; Lake Worth-Rlvlera Beach and Leonard-Palm Beach. James Lane topped the anglers with a 9-1 record. Others: John Wilson, 8-2; Robert Adams 8-2; Laila Neimi, 7-3; L.W. Mill er, 7-3, Jerome Glrtman, (t-4; Gertrude Doon, 5-5 and Frank McDonald, 4-6. Don Boykln and Chuck Voor- his led the writers with 9-1 marks. 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Kentucky St. 0 Wooster 24, Capital 20 Otterbein 30, Hiram 27 Defiance 52, Anderson 12 Ohio Northern 17, Kalamazoo 0 Mount Union 43. Wilmington 0 Concordia, Minn. 42, Lulher 38 Ashland 54. Hope 13 Eastern Michigan 34. Northern Iowa 7 Ferris State 29, Illinois State 28 Hillsdale 38, Northwood 3 Michigan Tech 7, Northland 0 Eastern Illinois 60, Wayne Stale 19 est. Norbert 42, St. Cloud 0 St, Olaf 14, Rlpon 0 Stout 8. River Falls 0 Carroll, Wis., 27, Mllllltln 21 Oshkosh 21, Whitewater 14 Plattevllle 34, Slevens Point 13 Tarklo 34, Buena Vista 13 Emporia Slate 37, Washburn 19 Southeast Mlsssourt St. 29, Northeast Mo. St. 16 William Penn 32, Culver Stockton 28 Mlssouri-Rolla 7, Northwest Missouri St. 6 Central Missouri St. 35, Southwest Mo. St. 7 Cornell, Iowa, 57, Beloit 14 Illinois College 7, Eureka 7, tie Gustavus-Adolphus 10, Western Illinois Lincoln, Mo., 17 Hiram Scott 16 Albion 27, Tavlor 14 Manchester 26. Franklin 13 Indiana State 41, Depauw 17 Ball State 46, St. Joseph's, lnd., 6 Indiana Central 18, Hanover 13 Earlham 27, Rose Poly 12 Coe 34, Grlnnell 28 Hastings 27, Nebraska Wesleyan 20 Montana State 41, North Dakota 7 Bemldll 37, St. Thomas 0 South Dakota 33, Augustana, S D , 14 Jamestown 40, Southern. S.D., 32 South Dakota St. 41, Idaho State 22 Sioux Fails 26, Midland 19 Central Iowa 18. Macalester 14 Oltawa, Kan., ,34, Bethany, Kan., 26 William Jewell 28, Simpson 7 Lea 27, Lakeland 14 St. John's, Minn., 41, Minnesota-Morris 9 Northern State 16, Huron 0 Southwestern, Kan., 22, Sterling, Kan. Southwest Arkansas 46, Rice 21 Texas 47, Baylor 26 Trinity, Tex., 24, Lamar Tech 20 North Texas St. 34, Texas-El Paso 31 Austin College 35, Texas Lutheran 18 Oklahoma State 34, Colorado 17 Texas Tech 31, Texas Christian 14 Southern Methodist 36. Texas A&M 23 west lexas State 53, Western Michigan 36 Texas A&I 20, Howard Pavne 14 Alcorn A4M 40, Mississippi Valley St. 0 Grambling 46, Arkansas A.M&N 20 Texas Southern 14, Jackson State 0 Ouachita 13, Arkansas Tech 10 Texas-Arlington .30, Abilene Christian 20 Tarleton St. 42, Southwestern Oklahoma 28 MrMurry 30, Sul Ross 15 Arkansas A&M 9, Stale Col., Arkansas 0 Henderson, Ark., 34, Harding, Ark., 25 Sam Houston 24, East Texas 21 Southeastern Oklahoma 27. Central Oklahoma 17 Northeastern Oklahoma 20. Panhandle 0 Langston 19, Northwestern Oklahoma 13 Far West Southern California 35, California 17 Oregon State 45. UCLA 21 New Mexico Highlands 48. Southern Colo. St. 10 Oregon 27, Washington State 13 Stanford 35. Washington 20 Weber State 20, Montana 16 Sacramento State 16, Havward Slate 14 San Francisco St. 14, Southern Oregon 6 Whlttler 13, Pomona 10 LaVeme 7, Claremont-Mudd 3 UC-DavIs 25, Nevada 24 North Arizona 35. Eastern New Mexico 17 Willamette. 6 Llnfleld 0 Adams Slate 7. 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