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E2-Pilm Beacfc Pwt-Ttmw, Swday, Nw, 24, 1X8 I Football Results USC Rallies To Tip UCLA television audience saw UCLA, led by a second-string quarterback. Jim Nader, come within two yards of what cou;J have been the upset of the season. Trailing at the time. 21-16. possible second straight national championship. Ail-American Simpson, carrying the ball 40 times for 205 yards, broke the national collegiate rushing record set last week by Gene "Mercury'" Mor ris of West Texas State. The Trojan horse's three touchdowns broke the back of a Bruin team that almost did the impossible. A crowd of 75.066 in Memorial Coliseum on a smoggy. foggy late afternoon - and a national LOS ANGELES (APi - Record-breaking O.J. Simpson and the unbeaten Trojans of Southern California, escaping near disaster in the fourth quarter, slashed by UCLA Saturday. 28-16. and headed on toward a jJ".p"T,-W.!'Mi J "'Jim m V "1 u m l MYtPM P'WI-J WWrtjlw f-V.1W. PTPTr Morehouse 58, Fisk 21 Appal. 29. Guilford 22 Shaw 12. St. Paul's 0 Delta St. 63. Centenary 0 J. Hopkins 46, W. Maryland 23 Richmond 31, W.&M6 MIDWEST Bowling Green 44, Xavier 14 Purdue 38. Ind. 35 Mich.St.3l.Northw. 14 Kansas 21. Mo. 19 Iowa 37. Illinois 13 Minn. 23. Wise. 15 K-State 21, Oklahoma St. 14 Cincv. 23. Miami 0.21 Ohio St. 50, Mich. 14 N.Texas 44, Wichita St. 6 OhioU. 28, N. Illinois 12 Oakland 47, Neb. 0 Find!ay33, Wilm.6 Ohio Wes. 44, Denison8 FAR WEST USC 28. UCLA 16 Air Force 58, Colo. 35 Utah St 28, Utah 13 Stanford 20. Cal. 0 Oregon St. 41. Oregon 19 Wash. St. 24, Wash. 0 Puget Sound 41. Whitw. 14 SOUTHWEST TCU 24, Rice 14 Arkansas 42, Texas Tech. 7 SMU 33, Bavlor 17 BYU 35. New Mex. 6 Oklahoma 47, Neb. 0 EAST Holy Cross 27. Conn. 24 Penn26,Dartm. 21 Boston Coll. 21. Mass. 6 Penn State 65, Pitt. 9 Princeton 41. Corn. 13 Columbia 46, Brown 20 Yale 29. Harvard 29. tie Dela.38.Bucknell 12 Morav.47.Muh. 15 Rutgers 55. Colgate 34 Lehigh21.Lafa.6 Witten. 42. Wagner7 Haverf. 17.Swarth6 Buffalo 13, Boston 10 Sienna 20. Niagra 16 Buffalo 13. Boston U. 10 Villanova 63, W.Chester 3 Davton 35, Temple 17 SOUTH Florida St. 42. W.Forrest 24 N.Carolina 25, Duke 14 E.Tenn. 18. Austin Peav 8 Chatta.40,Samford7 W. Virginia 23, Syracuse6 E. Carolina 23, Citadel 14 S Carolina 7, Clemson 3 Va. 28, Maryland 23 Tenn. 24. Kentucky 7 Fla. A&M 23, Bethune - Cook. 20 Randolph-M. 36, Hampden-Sy . 8 Morgan St. 25. Va.O Va. Union 12. Hampton 10 Quant. Marines 7, Wis. St. 3 Grambling 34. Southern U. 32 Jai-Alai West Palm the Bruins were led by Nader 73 yards before the threat ended with the Trojans batting down a desperation fourth down pass. UCLA mounted another threat with 1:55 remaining but the Trojans intercepted a Nader pass and Simpson ripped off runs of 17. 26 and the final four yards to put the game out of reach. It was the Trojans' ninth straight victory. They wind up the season here next Saturday against Notre Dame. The defeat, ending the UCLA season, was its seventh against three triumphs. Simpson's total Saturday gave him 1.654 yards. Morris, whose season is over, gained 1.571. Simpson's three touchdowns were on bursts of four yards. It was O.J. all the way in har-rassing the underdog Bruins, who went into the game expected to be beaten by two touchdowns. The first UCLA touchdown in the second quarter was set up on a 68-yard punt return by sophomore Mickev Cureton to the Trojan 17. Nader, on a 10-yard pass to Rick Purdy and line smashes by Purdy and Greg Jones, took the ball to the one. from where Cureton scored. UCLA capitalized on a hur-ried-up punt on only 25 yards by Trojan John Young and the Bruins went 37 yards in seven plays, scoring on Cureton's nine-yard run in the fouith period. UCLA scored first on a 32-yard field goal by Zenon An-drusyshyn. Starting quarterback Bill Bulden had engineered a tti-yard drive to the USC 13. " ' V . Results MICHIGAN TOUCHDOWN - Michigan's Ron Jackson (40) was unstoppable on this Wolverine touchdown Saturday as he scores in the grasp of Ohio State's Doug Adams (63). But, in the end, it was the Buckeyes who were unstoppable, in a 50-14 rout that gave Ohio State the Big Ten championships and a trip to the Rose Bowl. FIRST-Doubl;5tl. 7 Orbe-Luis 12 40 6 Egurb'de-Egana 820 7 20 e .40 4 60 380 3 Aieiandro-Baranda Ouimela (6-7) 569.00 SECOND Doubles; 5 ptl. 3 E9iirtide-Ugarte 14 00 6 00 7 Orbe Baranda 4 60 380 3 60 t Aieiaodro-Egana 4 80 4 Ouiniela (3-71 $42.80 Pertecta (3-7) SI 12.50 BigOlt-7,3-)S30l.20 THIRD - Singlet; 6 Pis. i Jose ' 80 3 fia'non 5 40 4.40 500 4 40 4.40 ? Alpiri Ouiniela (3-4)536.80 FOURTH - Doubles; S pt. 5 EgurbideUgarte 7.20 3 Olabarri-Egana I Aleiandro-Vicandi 5 00 720 2 80 400 3 00 Ouimela 1 3-5 1 S27.O0 Perlecla ( 5-3) (44.40 DAILY DOUBLE (4-5) 175.90 HFTH Doubles; 5 Pis. 2 Orbe Andrade 1120 4 80 3 60 5 3 Lopr-teguiSuri 4 80 2.60 7 6 Aipin-Lasarte 4 00 7 Ouiniela (2-3) 522.60 Perlecla (2-3) 161.80 SIXTH - Doubles; SPIs. 2 Ulacia-Jose 11.60 4 00 2 60 8 6 Roberto-Eguia 6 00 2.80 8 1 Ramon-Andrade 2.40 5 Qumi.U ) 5!.;; pt, il-t) J5.90 SEVENTH -Doubles; 5 Pts. 1 Aleiandro-Lasarte 13 00 4 00 3.20 5 2 Olabarri-Baranda 6 00 4 20 7 6 Orbe-Egana 2 80 6 Ouiniela (1-2) 143.30 Perlecla (1-2)5117.60 EIGHTH - Doubles, SPts. 3 Roberlo-Leiarcegui 12 40 3 60 2 20 6 1 Apiri-Arrasate 4.20 3.00 5 4 Zaguirre-Jose 3 00 5 Ouiniela (1-3) 529.20 Pertecta (3-1) 169.90 Gal Jockey Signs With ABA Cagers V Twins Trade Merritt For Reds' Cardenas Dog Racing Biscayne Track Results FIRST-B.C. - Time 14.24 3PoorJud 14 80 1 40 7 60 7 Castle's Time 5 40 4 40 IVP'sPick 5 SO QumiH(J-7)S41.00 SECONO -SC. -A Time 33.15 3 Grenoble 3 40 2 M 2 40 4 After Five Date 3 20 2 10 2 No Fry 3.00 Ouimeta (3-4) St. 40 Perfeca ( 3-4) tl 1.20 DAILY DOUBLE (3-3IS43.M THIRD B.C. D Time 34 57 eBogan 7 20 4 20 2 80 1 K ilc ow Rover 14 80 5 60 5 Gabor's Labor 5.60 Ouiniela ( U) 14? 40 Perfect! (i-l ) su.OO FOURTH - M C. - D Time4y.J 7 Caviled 160 4 40 3 40 2 Emma Norwalk 5 60 4 40 4 Cenno 6 40 Ouiniela (2-71 S25.60 Perlecla (7-2) 534.70 FIFTM-M.C.-D TimeSO.M 1 Getadie 7 00 3 40 3 40 4 Bracken 3.20 3 90 2 Agent Irish 6 40 Ouimela ( 1-4) 19 00 Perlecla ( 1-4) 130 40 SIXTH M.C. Time 50.74 8 7 8 40 6 20 3 80 6 13 60 7 00 2 3 20 Ouiniela (7-t) 5124.00 PtrfKta (7-4 1 5737 .00 Tar Heels Trip Duke CHAPEL HILL. N.C. i AP -North Carolina struck for two touchdowns in the first six minutes and went on to upset Duke 25-14 Saturday behind the passing and running of quarterback Gayle Bomar. Bomar turned in his best performance of the season as he threw two touchdown passes and scored once. The consistently long punts of North Carolina's Chip Stone repeatedly backed Duke deep in its own territory in the Atlantic (.'oast Conference contest. It was North Carolina's third victory against seven losses while Duke ended its season with a 4-6 record. North Carolina had a 19-14 lead in the final quarter when Duke appeared headed for a touchdown behind sophomore quarterback Loo Hart. However. Hcnlev Carter fumbled on the Tar Heel 12 and David Jackson recovered for North Carolina. From there the Tar Heels jdrave-88 for ifee-v-Kfltfc.tfr touchdown with Peter Davis scoring on a seven-yard pass from Bomar. A 25-yard pass from Bomar to Davis set it up on the nine. The Tar Heels took the opening kickoff and rolled 71 yards for a touchdown in 10 plays w ith end Tony Blanchard scoring on a five-yard pass from Bomar. North Carolina scored again a short time later when Hart's pass was intercepted by John Harris who raced 32 yards lor a touchdown with 9:43 left in the first period. Duke scored late in the opening period when fullback Phil Asack dived over from the one. A 70 yard pass play from Dave Trice to Wes Chesson set it up on the one. Carver Hips John Carroll FORT PIERCE - Wynwood G rover scored three touchdowns and Alfonso Wilson two Saturday night as Carver High of Del-ray Beach closed out its season with a 50-0 romp over John Carroll. The Eagles finished with an 8-2 record compared to 2-8 for Carroll STATISTICS c 16 JC First Downs Pushing Yardage Passing Yardage Passes Punts F umbles Lost Yards Penalized SCORING 418 32 23 211-3 8 76 0 5 174 9 19 I I 35 0 155 Carver 13 12 6 - 50 Carroll 0 0 0 0 0 ( '.jr.ivpr 1 1 run ! Robi'i'.on hir k) C Yvilson hk run (run failed! C - Hill 52 pass irtprrrption 1 K c '"led' C - (roi" r"i ' 1 'ri, i0 it. " C - Flowers 2 run ( kick tailed 1 C - Wilson 19 run 1 Kick tailed! C - Oiuver 24 run ( kick blocked) C - Moss W 1 kirk failed) A little Goes 0 Lonq Way! At sihi;i; 4 I tO OkhJ)M llvej W Patm lose - IJ )M4 WE REED rOUfl CM PH. 746-4531 -. MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL (AP) - The Minnesota Twins traded pitcher Jim Merritt to the Cinc innati Reds for shotstop Leo Cardena in a straight player swap, the American League baseball team announced Saturday night. Merritt. a left-hander, had a 12-16 record with the Twins in 1968 and a 37-41 mark in 3'2 seasons with the Twins. Cardenas, four times a Na Stanlord 7 10 0 3-20 California 0 0 0 0-0 Stan-Moore 3 pass from Plunkett (Shoemaker kick) Stan-Washington 17 run (Shoemaker kick) Stan-FG Shoemaker 20 Slan-FG Shoemaker 33 A-75,000. Colonels' roster. She said she was looking forward to the game, although "I don't want to wear an undershirt," as she termed the standard basketball jersey. In announcing the contract, Mastin said "we in Kentucky know basketball and horse rac ing are our only two major sports and horse racing has turned thumbs down on her. We are in complete sympathy with Penny's efforts to be a jockey . . . and demonstrate our sympathy by signing her to play for the Colonels." Miss Early, however, said she is not seeking sympathy but a chance to compete as a professional jockey. She was bumped from three rides during the fall meet at Churchill Downs for one reason or another, including a bovcott by male jockeys last Thursday. Churchill Downs closed its fall session Saturday, while Latonia in northern Kentucky or;,r:J a 30-day meeting. Miss Early said she will try to get a ride there Thursday, after 'V-.nua; night's basket bull gmc. When reminded that miny of the same jockeys who boycotted her at the Downs will be at Latonia, the 25-year-old divorcee replied: "That's good, because this time I'm going to press legal action." She also plans to go to California for the meet at Santa Anita, which opens Dec. 26. Miss Early also announced plans to make a recording sometime this week in Nashville, Tenn., but did not know what type of song it would be. "I can't even sing," she Iowa Smashes Big 10 Records Vs. Mini SHOWER SLNGER - Oscar Bonavena, South American heavyweight, takes a hot shower after his arrival in Philadelphia Saturday for his title bout Dec. 10 with champion Joe Frazier. Bonavena Arrives For Frazier Bout Roundup Beach Fronton 9th Doubles, 5 points 1 Uriiar-Andrade 12.20 6 00 4 20 8 4 Ramon-Eguia 3 20 3 40 6 3TreioSuri 2 60 6 Ouiniela (M) 518.20 Pertecta (1-4) 533.90 lOtn - Doubles; 5 points SOrbe-lraola 7 60 7 00 3 00 5 1 I nnotMiui-t asnrte 4 80 4 80 6 3 j 4 Antonio-Leiarcegul 2.80 6 wuinififl w-t u.tu Uth - Doubles; 7 points 7 Zaguirre-Andrade 9 60 13 20 3 40 i 7 5 Ramon-Leiarcegul 13.20 2.80 5 3 1 Urizar-Suri 2.60 7 4 Uuiniela (5-7) $38.20 Perlecla (7-5) $205.20 . DAILY DOUBLE (8-7) 553.20 r All. -982 4? Handle$4l,702 FIRST-Doubles,5Pts. 2 Olabam-Pedro 9.20 5 80 3 Aleiandro-Vicandi 11 60 6 Egurbide-AAugica SECONO-Doubles, 5 Pts. 6 Looetegui-Pedro 20 60 9 40 7 OrbeLasarte 12.40 3 Fana-Eqana 460 4 20 4 20 660 6 60 5 4 4 40 5 3 Ouiniela (6-7) $155.60; Perlecla (6-B'3 O ( 2-3 6-7 ) i No. 6-$ 1 19.40; No. 7-THIRD-Singles,6Pts. 7) $339 60 $90.00) 3 Uriiar 8 80 7 Treio 5 Roberto Ouiniela (3-7) $42.00 FOURTHDoubles.SPts. 1 Fana-Vicandi 9.20 4 Olabarri-Baranda 2 Torres-Uqarle 500 7.00 3 20 7 6 3 00 5 4 2.60 4 2 6 20 380 4 40 8 5 2.80 7 4 3 40 9 5 Ouiniela ( 1-4 ) $22.00; Perlecla ( 1-4 OAILY DOUBLE (3-1)1128 ) 192.10 70 tional League All-Star, batted .235 for the Reds last season. Minnesota manager Billy Martin said the 29-year-old Cardenas "is one of the best shortstops in the game. He's definitely going to make us an improved ball club. "1 do hate to lose Merritt," Martin said. "I've always liked him, both personally and as a ballplayer. He's a fine competi-ror." downs on short smashes, the first erasing a 7-3 Illinois lead and giving Iowa a scant 10-7 halftime margin lowa Illinois IA-FG Melendei 24 3 7 14 13-37 7 0 0 6-13 Ill-Johnson 4 run (McKfssick Hick) I A Sullivan 1 run (Melendei kick) I A Sullivan I run (Melendei kick) lA-Bream 20 pass Irom Lawrence (Melendei kick) Ill-Bess 7 pass Irom Naponic (run tailed) lA-Lawrence 4 run (kick failed) lA-Powell 55 run (Melendei kick) A -35.055 Cerrudo Leading Cajun LAFAYETTE, La. (APi -Youthful Ron Cerrudo's 67, including a three-birdie finishing kick on the back nine vaulted him to a three-stroke lead with a 54 -hole total of 202 in the $35,000 Cajun Golf Classic Saturday . The five-under par shooting on the 6.555-yard, par 36-3672 Oakbourne Country Club course sent former paratrooper Paul Bondeson, tied with Cerrudo at the start of the round, six strokes off the pace as he shot a 73. Homero Blances also fired a hot 67, moving to a 205. Miller Barber and Bobbv Mitchell were four shots out of the lead at 206. DeWitt Weaver, Dan Sikes Jr., Dale Douglass, Charles Sifford and Dave Stockton were in a five-way deadlock at 207. Cerrudo is looking for his first tournament victory and feels that the Cajun Classic, the wind-up of the PGA tour, has been lucky for him. Last year, in his second professional start, he finished 11th in the Cajun and picked up his first pro winnings. Cerrudo had an eagle on the 494-yard seventh hole as he sank a 25-foot putt. He made four oth er birdies and just one bogey. He has missed just three greens in 54 holes and made two ea gles. Westgate Ties For Gray-Y Lead Westgate defeated Wvnne- brook. 12-7. to move into a tie for the top spot in the American division of the Gra-Y football league. Both teams have 5-1 records. In the National division, Meadow Park maintained its unbeaten but once-tied drive with a 29-0 romp over North-South Grade, The pacesetter now have won five games. Other American division action saw Palm Beach push 14 markers across in the fourth quarter to down South Olive, 20-6; PAL-Southboro blanked Military Trail. 14-0. on two runs by Ed Stone and Belvedere whitewashed Northmore. 25-0. National division runners-up, Lantana. tallied in every period to score a 27-0 win over Melaleuca. Barton's two first hall scores shutout Berkshire. 14-0. and Palm Beach nipped Forest Hill. 13-7. with Doug Snyder's 15-yard pass interception return the difference STANDINGS National League W L 5 0 4 I 4 1 3 0 3 2 Meadow Park Lantana Barton Palm Springs Forst Hill Berkshire Melaleuca N So. Grade Saturday's Games Palm Springs vs. Melaleuca Meadow Park vs Forest Hill Barton vs Lantana Berkshire vs No So Grade American League Westgate Wynnebrook PAL-Southboro Belvedere Northmore Paim Beach South olive Military Trail Saturday's Games Palm Beach vs Wynnebrook Military Trail vs South Olive Northmore vs Westgate Belvederevs. PAL-Southboro Ratllcrs Edge B-C DAYTONA BEACH (AP) Florida A&M garnered its 21st Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title Saturday, making first half scoring last the distance in a 23-20 victory over Bethune-Cook-man College. Early in the first period. FA-MU's Ken Riley piloted the Rattlers 52 yards in seven plays before tossing an 11-yard pass to flanker Kent School field for the Rattlers first touchdown. In the second quarter, Riley hit Melvin Jones on a 23-yard scoring pass and Rubert Ginn from 63 yards for a touchdown. Gerald White dropped Bethune quarterback Jimmy Jackson in the end zone for a safety. Bethune's touchdowns came on a 35-yard pass from Celwis Wright to Ralph Wise, an 86-yard kickoff return by Alvin Wy-att and a 23-yard pass from Jackson to Elijah Richardson. Riley completed 14 of 18 pass attempts for 200 yards but was tacked with a minus 84 yards rushing. Wins By Neck NEW YORK (API - Funny Fellow, a 3-year-old owned by the Wheatley Stable and ridden by Braulio Baeza came from far off the pace and scored by a neck in the $50.000-added Gallant Fox Handicap at Aqueduct ) could see him thinking of the young Philadelphian with mayhem in his eye. The South American, rated No. 2 in the current issue of Ring Magazine, boasts a 35-4 mark that includes 26 knockouts. His 24-year-old opponent and 1964 Gold Medalist in Tokyo is undefeated after 21 fights. He has 19 knockouts. The bout is Philadelphia's first heavyweight championship in 16 years and promises to be a puncher's battle from the opening bell. Promoter Lou Lucchese expects to sell out the 17.000 seat Spectrum and gross $570,000. The South American champion met Frazier on Sept. 21, 16 at Madison Square Garden, and lost a decision to him. "This time I will finish him off," Bonavena promised, as he recalled having the champion on the floor twice during their first encounter. and Dennis Leutha user's grab of another Buffalo fumble on the CU 24 paved the way for two of Air Force's three second quarter touchdowns. " r "ct 14 21 10 13-51 Colorado 14 6-35 Coio-Engel 12 run (Haney kick) AF -Longnecker pass from Baiter (Leuthauser kick) AF-DeOno I run (Leuthauser kick) Coio-Anderson 3 run (Haney kick) AF-Jennings 20 run (Leuthauser kick) Colo-Anderson 2 run (Haney kick) AF FG Leuthauser 54 AF-Longnecker II pan from Banter (Leuthauser kick) Colo-Walsh 14 pass trom Anderson (Anderson run) AF-Bater II run (Kick failed) Colo Engel 3 run (Run tailed) AF Jenninot 7 Met frnm R.,lw it a... thauser kick) A-42,300. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -Penny Ann Early, temporarily sidetracked in her attempt to become a working jockey, signed a professional basketball contract Saturday and announced plans to cut a record. Charlie Mastin, business manager of the Kentucky Colonels of the American Basketball Association, confirmed that a contract had been signed by Miss Early for the Colonels' game Wednesday night against Los Angeles. She said, however, that the game will be the beginning and the end of her basketball career. "I'm a jockey, not a basketball player." she remarked. Her only experience with the game was in high school. When asked what position she played, the attractive blonde said "I played all over the place." Miss Early who is 5-foot-3, will be listed as a guard on the Spartans Spatters Wildcats EVANSTON, 111. (AP) -Sophomore quarterback Bill Triplett, although used sparingly, scored three touchdowns and pass for a fourth Saturday to guide Michigan State to a 31-14 victory over Northwestern in a Big Ten football finale. The triumph was the second in seven conference games for the Spartans who ended the season with a 5-5 mark compared to Northwestern's lowly 1-9. On an apparently sentimental gesture, MSU Coach Duffy Daughterly started senior Bill Feraco at quarterback. Twice under Feraco, the Spartans failed to make a first down. In came Triplett to lead a 76-yard drive capped a 13-yard touchdown pass to Charlie Wedemey-er to give MSU a 7-0 lead. Early in the second quarter, Michigan State's Mike Hogan recovered Dave Shelbourne's fumble on the Wildcat 20 and five plays later Triplett bull across the goal for a 14-0 lead. The Spartans then surprised Northwestern by recovering an onside kick on the Wildcat 46. A Triplett to Al Brenner pass for 35 yards helped set up another touchdown plunge by Triplett. Michigan State 7 II 1 1-11 Northwestern I I I 14 14 MSU wedemyer 13 pass Irom Triplett (Boycekick) MSU - Triplett 1 run (Boycekick) MSU Triplett I run ( Boyce kick) MSU FG Boyce 21 MSU - Triplett I run(Boyceklck) NU Emmerich 1 run (run tailed) NU 29 pass trom Shelbourne (Luxton passfrom Shelbourne) A - 21,245 When Shopping Use P-T Classified PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A bronzed, sideburned Oscar Bonavena arrived in Philadelphia Friday and promptly predicted he would knock out Joe Frazier. The two heavyweights tangle Tuesday night at the Spectrum for Frazier's portion of the world's heavyweight crown now recognized by five states. Ringo. as Bonavena calls himself, is wearing his hair long these days so he can "feel like Sampson." He said he will knock his opponent out, but declined to name the round. "Many people come to the stadium and 1 want to dance around and give them a show." he explained. The 26-year-old native of Buenos Aires; Argentina, says he will go into the fight at about 205 pounds. Prior to the fight. Bonavena will train in Camden, N.J. As he talked to newsmen, he chugged down several glasses of orange juice and milk and one CHAMPAIGN. 111. (AP) -Iowa recovered from a butter-fingered start to smash three Big Ten season records in rambling to a 37-13 football finale victory over underdog Illinois Saturday. The Hawkeyes wound up with a surprising 4-3 conference mark and a new league offensive records in total points, total offense, and scoring average. Iowa's star soph quarterback. Larry Lawrence, and running back Ed Podolak and Tim Sullivan got the Hawkeyes rolling after they made four turnovers in a shoddy first quarter, including three lost fumbles. Sullivan scored two touch- Stanford Shuts Out Cal 20-0 BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) -California's highly rated defense came apart at the seams Saturday, and underdog Stanford, led by record-setting flanker Gene Washington, breezed to a 20-0 victory in the 71st annual Big Game between the two schools. The Cal defense led by middle guard Ed White was one of the best in the nation, limiting opponents to an average of 232.4 yards per game until Stanford came along. Stanford gained nearly that amount in the first half and held Cal to just 31 total yards. The Indians had a 17-0 halftime lead. Softball Tommy 's Tavern ripped Land Trail Inn, 21-7. while Carter's edged Lem's Atlantic, 18-15, in Greenacres Winter Slowpitch Softball League play Saturday. Art Lane with five and Tom Deese with four hits led Tommy's. Carl Stephens hit four for Land Trail. Paul Connor and Al Wilt each smacked three for Carters. Sam Rawls with five and Leonard Odum with four paced Lem's. HAS IN STOCK . . . FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Air Force Bombards Colorado On Ground BOULDER, Colo (AP) - Air Force sent shifty Ernest Jennings and stubby Jim DeOrio parading through Colorado Saturday for a 58-35 football victory likely to bring the Falcons a post-season bowl bid. Colorado scored first on Steve Engel's 12-yard run but three minutes later DeOrio plunged for the tying touchdown. Gary Baxter's nine-yard TD pass to Charles Longnecker gave the Falcons a 14-8 lead after the first quarter and a three-touchdown salvo in the second quarter shattered Colorado. Cyd Maattala's recovery of a wild pitchout on Colorado's 14 1969 3V Fly Bridge Sport Fisherman ISEKTKAM TO ARRIVE SOON . . . 25' HARDTOP T195's

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