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Page 24 The Sallna Journri — IS, 1961 Football Results tyiUnlted Press International '; - Eait Alabama 31. Penn St. 16 Albany St. 35, New Haven 6 -Albright 12. Wilkes 0 "Alfred 23. Canislus 6 "Amherst 21. Williams 17 Boston U. 27, Bucknell 0 'Boston St. 12, Bridgewater SI', 2 Brockport St. 14, Rochester 13 Cent. Conn. 13. Southern Conn. 3 Clarion 15, Kutztown 7 Colby 17, Bowdoin 13 Colgate 32, Holy Cross 13 Cornell 15, Columbia 9 Cortland SI. 51, Moris! 6 Dartmouth 38, Brown 13 Delaware 42, Maine 35 Delaware Valley 9, Susque- honha 3 t,~ Stroudsburg 7, Indiana (Pi) 3 •€djnboro 25, Bloomsburg 9 Gettysburg 53, Dickinson 7 Harvard 45, Penn 7 Hofslro 22, Coast Guard 8 •Juniata 28, Upsala 0 Lafayette 49, Kings Pt. 13 Lebanon Vol. 30, Frank S Marsh. 20 lehigh 23, Northeastern 20 Lock Haven 6, Mansfield 0 Lowell 17. WPI 15 Lycoming 40, Dickinson 14 Maine Maritime 27, Framing- h«n SI. 13 Mass. Maritime 22, W. New Eng. 0 Massachusetts 20, New Hampshire 9 Middlebury 40, Norwich 20 Montclair 29, Glassboro 10 Muhlenberg 10, Moravian 9 NY Maritime 9. Stonybrook 0 NY Tech 33, Jersey City St. 8 Nichols 37, Western Conn. 0 Pace 29, St. Peter's 8 Pittsburgh 48, Army 0 Plymouth 63, Curry 6 Princeton 35, Yale 31 RPI 41. Hobort 14 Rhode Island 34, Connecticut 29 Shippensburg 33, James Madison 27 Springfield 15, American Int'l 7 St. John's 57. Brooklyn 12 Syracuse 27, Boston Coll. 17 Trenton St. 21. Ramapo 21 Tie Trinity 25, Wesleyan 24 Tufts 19, Bates 11 Union 36. Hamilton 0 W. Virginia 20. Rutgers 3 Wagner 13, Kean 10 .Westminster 30, Thiel 21 •Widener 16, Sworfhmore 6 -• '. South Alcorn 30, Prairie View 0 Brtdgowoler 26, Catholic 15 C V W. Post 24, Towson St. 21 'Centre 57, SW-Memphis 17 JUtddel 24, Wofford 14 Cl&mson 21, Maryland 7 •€pocord 46, Guiltord 3 •Davidson 52, Catciwbo 29 Juke 17, No. Carolina St. 7 '-Won 30, Winston-Solem St. 20- Tairmont 27, W. Liberty 19 Jiorida 33, Kentucky 12 *urman 33, VMI 21 'Georgia 24, Auburn 13 Hampton Inst. 17, Virginia St. 14 Johns Hopkins 20. W. Maryland 14 Johnson Smith 27, Fayetteville St. 20 Lenolr-Rhyne 18, Newberry 17 liberty Baptist 43, Evangel (Mo) 23 Miami (Fla) 21, Virginia Tech 14 Middle Tennessee 31. W. Kentucky 17 Millsaps 16, Miles Coll. 12 Navy 20. Georgia Tech 14 No. Carolina 17, Virginia 14 No. Alabama 37, Miss. Coll. 23 No. Carolina Cent. 27, Norfolk St. 21 Randolph-Macon 10, Hampden-Sydney 10 Salem 47, W.Va. Wesleyon 26 Shepherd 20. W.Va. St. 0 So. Carolina St. 30, Grumbling 14 So. Mississippi 58, Florida St. 14 Tennessee 28, Mississippi 20 Tennessee Tech 29, Austin Peay 24 Tennessee-Martin 34, Delta St. 25 Tulane 24, Memphis St. 7 Va. Union 16, Elizabeth City SI. 7 W Chester St. 51, Salisbury St. 13 W. Georgia 41, Maryville (Tenn) 7 W.Va. Tech 27, Glenville 10 Woke Forest 34, Richmond 22 Washington & Lee 43. Georgetown 15 Western Carolina 38. Marshall 28 Wm. & Mary 31, E. Ca'olino 21 Midw.it Ashland 27, St. Joseph's 21 Augustana 35, Carroll (WisJ 2 Baker (Kan) 38. Ottawa 30 Bethel 17, Augsburg 15 Bowling Green 28, Eastern Mich. 0 Cent. Michigan 28, Ball St. 7 Cent. Missouri 31, SE Missouri 11 Cincinnati 24. Louisville 0 Concordia 17, Gustavus 3 Dayton 28, Wisconsin-Superior 3 DePauw 21, Wabash 14 Defiance 42, Earlham 25 Drake 13. Illinois St. 10 Eau Claire 22. La Crosse 19 Elmhurst 40, No. Park 34 Evonsville 14, Georgetown 12 Findloy 55, Defiance 7 Fort Hoys St. 16, Emporia St. 15 Franklin 60, Valparaiso 6 Grand Valley 46, Ferris St. 12 Hillsdale 28, Northwood 6 Illinois 35. Indiana 14 Illinois Coll. 19, Sewanee 17 Illinois Wesleyan 23, Millikin 15 Indiana Cent. 16, Butler 14 Indiana St. 27. Eastern Illinois 14 Iowa 17, Wisconsin 7 Kansas 27, Colorado 0 Kearney St. 26, Washburn 7 Loros 17, St. Ambrose 12 Miami (Ohio) 30. No. Illinois 3 Michigan 28, Purdue 10 Michigan St. 43, Minnesota 36 Missouri 19, Oklahoma 14 Missouri-Rolla 17. NE Missouri 16 Mo. Southern 23. Wayne St. 19 Moorhead St. 48, Southwest St. 28 Morningside 24, Mankato St. 10 Nebraska 31, Iowa St. 7 No. Central 27, Whealon 13 No. Michigan 32, Wichita St. 30 Ohio St. 70. Northwestern 6 Ohio U. 37. Western Michigan 20 Pittsburg St. (Kan) 25, Mo. Western 6 Platteville 28, Steevens Point 9 Rose-Hulman 10, Washington (Mo) 5 Southwestern (Kan) 42, Bethel 7 SI. Olaf 23. Macolester 20 St. Cloud St. 42, Winona St. 27 St. John's (Minn) 23. St. Thomas 21 Tabor (Kan) 28, SI. Mary Plains 10 Toledo 17, Kent St. 6 UW-Stout 16. UW-River Falls 7 UW-Whitewater 26, UW-Oshkosh 21 Wayne St. 14. Saginaw Valley 7 Western Illinois 20. Howard 17 Wilmington 34, Manchester (Ind) 14 Wittenberg 10. Baldwin-Wallace 7 Youngstown St. 38, Morehead SI. 7 Southwest Arkansas 10, Texas ASM 7 Cent. Arkansas 43, Henderson St. 21 New Mex. Highlands 33, So. Colo. 13 ' Oklahoma St. 31, Kansas St. 10 Ouachita 31, Harding 22 Rice 17, Baylor 14 So. Illinois 23. New Mexico St. 15 Southern Methodist 30. Texas Tech 6 Texas 31. Texas Christian 15 Tulsa 24. W. Texas St. 10 West Arizona 40, Oregon St. 7 Boise St. 17, Cal Poly-SLO 6 Brighom Young 13, Hawaii 3 Cal Lutheran 26, Azusa-Pac. 10 Cent. Wash. 23, So. Oregon 0 Colo. Mines 21, Colorado Coll. 6 E. Oregon St. 20. W. Wash. 0 Linfield 33. Pacific (Ore) 6 Mesa 26, Ft. Lewis 0 Nevada-Reno 46, Montana St. 13 New Mexico 28. Colorado St. 16 No. Colorado 13. E. Washington 9 Notre Dame 35, Air Force 7 Oregon Tech 30, W. Oregon 7 Pac. Lutheran 20, Lewis & Clark 3 Pomona-Pitzer 17, LaVerne 10 St. Mary's 31, San Diego U. 14 Stanford 42, Oregon 3 UC-Davis 23. Hayward St. 14 UCLA 34, Arizona St. 24 Utah 30, Wyoming 27 Washington 13, So. Calif. 3 Washington St. 19, California 0 Weber St. 7. Montana 6 Whiltler 41, Occidental 6 Willamette 26, Whitworth 0 Top 20 Results Football Quiz Winners NEW YORK (UPI) — How the UPI Top 20 college football teams fared on Nov. 14. 1. Pittsburgh (9-0) defeated Army 48-0. 2. Clemson (10-0) defeated Maryland 21 7. -3.' Southern Calif. (8-2) lost to to Washington 13-3.. '4. Georgia (9-1) defeated Auburn 24-13. 5.-Penn St. (7-2) lost to Alabama 31-16. 6. Alabama (8-1-1) defeated Penn St. 31-16. 7.'Nebraska (8-2) defeated Iowa State 31-7. 8. Michigan (8-2) defeated Purdue 28-10. 9. Texas (7-1-1) defeated Texas Christian 31-15. 10. So. Mississippi (8-0-1) defeated Florida St. 58-14. 11. Oklahoma (5-3-1) lost to Missouri 19-14. 12. North Carolina (8-2) defeated Virginia 1714. 13. Arkansas (8-2) defeated Texas ASM 10-7. V4. UCLA (7-2-1) defeated Arizona St. 34-24. 15. Washington St. (8-1-1) defeated California 19-0. 16. Hawaii (7-1) lost to Brigham Young 13-3. 17. Brigham Young (9-2) defeated Hawaii 13-3. 18. Iowa (7-3) defeated Wisconsin 17-7. 19. Florida St. (6-4) lost to So. Mississippi 58-14. 20. Minnesota (6-4) lost to Michigan St. 43-36. Clemson 21, Maryland 7 Kansas 27, Colorado 0 Bethany 34, Kansas Wesleyan 6 Missouri 19, Oklahoma 14 Nebraska 31. Iowa State 7 Oklahoma State 31, Kansas State 10 Arizona 40, Oregon State 7 Alabama 31, Penn State 16 Michigan 28, Purdue 10 Arkansas 10, Texas ASM 7 UCLA 34, Arizona State 24 Washington 13, Southern California 3 Washington State 19, California 0 Northern Michigan 32. Wichita State 30 Iowa 17, Wisconsin 7 Big 8 Volleyball Soccer Standings MAJOR INDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE By United Press International Eastern Division W 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 Western Division 1 1 0 0 0 0 L 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 Pel. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 GB Baltimore Cleveland Ne.w, York Pittsburgh Buffalo New Jersey Philadelphia St. Louis Denver Wichita Kansas City Memphis Phoe/iix Saturday's Result Pittsburgh 8, Buffalo 6 Juco Cross Country National Juco Cross Country Championships Wichita, Nov. 14 Men*' Team Scores Southwestern (Mich) 64; Brevord (N.C.) 104; Southern Idaho 109; Clackamas (Ore.) 124; Glendale (Ariz.) 146; Butler County 186; Golden Volley (Minp) 214; Farmingdale (N.Y.) 214; Barton County 222: Haskell 250. Men*' Individual Results J. Kurt Russell, Southwest Mich., 24:21.2; 2. Christy Davids. North Idaho, 24:37.5; 3. Larry Chumfey. Glendale, 24:38.9; 4. Wilfred Sang. New Mexico, 24:43.7; 5. Tony Macey, Clackamas, 24:44.5: 6. David Henderson, Lane, 24:47.6; 7. Christy Davids, South Idaho, 24:48.1: 8. Rob Har- kef,..Ricks 24:48.6; 9. Mick Coryell, Southwest M/ch., 24:55.0: 10. Tim Renzelmann, Wise. Shebbygan, 25:00.1. Womens' Team Scores 'Golden Valley Lutheran (Minn.) 37; Lane (Ore.) Dodge City 125; Barton County. 132; Phoenix (Ariz ) 151: Pino (Ariz.) 154; Macomb (Mich.) 183; Lansing (Mich.) 185; Middlesex (N.J.) 210; Cob- lesklll(N.Y.)215. , . . _ , Women s Individual Results 1 .Mickey Doane, Golden Valley. 17:38.2, 2. Julle-Lontls, Southwest Mich., 17:48.8; 3. Marian TeMch Coblesklll, 17:51.9; 4. Elise Wrolstae,- Golden Volley, 17:57.0; 5. Janet Beaudry, Lane, 1BI022- 6 Debbie Savino, Corning, N.Y., 18:03.0; 7jj.aur'le Stovall. lane, 18:05.3: 8. Ann Vilalo, Delh'i 18:20.2; 9. Mary Skarpoh, Golden Valley, 18-26 6- 10. Julie Browning, Martin County, First downs Net yards rushing Net yards passing Com.-Alt.-int. Fumbles-lost Punts-average Penalties Statistics Baker 24 69-390 88 6-15-2 2-1 2-36.0 5-75 Ottawa 15 34-175 229 10-29-0 3-2 4-37.5 6-B6 City Pool Results Womens' league Peacock 8. Mad Mountain Mike's 5; Boondocks 8. Rangers 3: Peanut Patch 8. Edge Inn 4; Saierox 8, Pee Wee's 5; Blue Lounge 8, Bar X 3; Red Ki • ten 8. Z Nile Owl 6; Mopsey's 8, B.I. 5; Lighthouse 8, Hurry Back 7. 1 NBA Standings NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOC. By United Press Internotlonol (late Comet Not Included) Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W I Pet. Philadelphia 8 1 .889 Boston 8 1 .889 Washington 3 4 .429 New York 3 5 .375 New Jersey 2 7 .222 Central Division Milwaukee S 2 .714 Detroit 5 3 .625 Atlanta 3 4 .429 Indiana 3 4 .429 Chicago 4 6 .400 CleveFand 3 5 .375 Western Conference Midwest Division W 6 5 3 3 2 San Antonio Utah Denver Houston Kansas City Dallas 1 Pacific Division Portland 7 2 Phoenix 5 3 Golden State 4 4 Los Angeles 4 4 Seattle 3 4 Son Diego 2 4 Saturday's Results New Jersey 103. Kansas City 92 Detroit 117. Atlanta 104 Philadelphia 109, New York 102 Washington 104, Chicago 99 Boston 92, Cleveland 91 Golden State 118, Dallas 112 Houston 109, Utah 105, OT Los Angeles at Phoenix, night Indiana at San Diego, night Sunday's Games (All Times CST) Indiana at Los Angeles, 4 p.m. Cleveland at Milwaukee, 7:30 p.m. San Antonio at Portland, 9 p.m. Monday's Games (No Gomes Scheduled) Pet. .857 .625 .375 .333 .250 .111 .778 .625 .500 .500 .429 .333 GB 4 4V, 6 V, 2 2 2V, 2V, GB IV, 3V, 4 4V, 6 IV, 3 3V, Big Eight Tournament At Manhattan, Kan. Championship Nebraska del. Missouri, 15-6, 13-15. 15-6, 15.4. Third Place Kansas State del. Oklahoma, 15-13, 15-3. Fifth Place Iowa State def. Kansas. 5-15, 15.5. 15-12. Semifinals Nebraska def. Kansas State, 15-6, 15-11, 15-4. Missouri def. Oklahoma, 15-13, 15-12. 15-10. Baker stops Ottawa, 38-30 OTTAWA (UPI) - Taylor Gill rushed 29 times for 130 yards and two touchdowns while Ben Reed added another 178 yards on the ground Saturday to give Baker a 38-30 triumph over Ottawa. The win gives Baker an 8-2 overall record and third place in the Heart of America conference with a 6-2 record. Ottawa, 5-4-1 overall and 4-4 in conference play, is in fifth in the HOA. After the two teams traded touchdowns into the second period for a 14-14 tie, Baker scored 10 straight ponts for a 24-14 halftime bulge with Gill's first touchdown and a 21-yard field goal by Joe Boeh giving the Wildcats the edge. Score by Quarters Baker 14 10 0 14—38 At Ottawa 770 16—30 B - Rauschelbach 1 yd. run (Boeh kick). O — Porter 69 yd. run (Salae kick). B - Potion 56 yd. run (Boeh kick). O -- Stancil 96 yd. pass from Bueno (Salge kick). B - Boeh 21 yd. field goal. B - Gill 3 yd. run (Boeh kick). B - Gill 1 yd. run (Boeh kick). O — Schmeer 5 yd. pass from Fletcher (Thomas run). B — Ledford 11 yd. pass from Rauschelbach (Boeh kick). O — Tybor 26 yd. interception return (Breno run). St. Mary 037 0—10 At Tabor 7 7 0 14 — 28 T — Fikjes 3 yd. run (Faul kick). SM — Brown 25 yd. field goal. T — Vogl 1 yd. pass from Faul (Faul kick). SM — Fox 8 yd. pass from Lane (Brown kick). T - Fik|es 5 yd. run (Faul kick). T — Voght 15 yd. pass from Faul (Faul kick). NHL Standings NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE By United Press International (Late Garnet Not Included) Wales Conference Patrick Division NY Islanders Philadelphia Pittsburgh NY Rangers Washington Montreal Boston Quebec Buffalo Hartford W L T 10 2 4 9 6 1 873 7 9 1 2 14 1 Adams Division 10 3 4 10 3 4 10 9 0 746 287 Pts. 24 19 19 15 5 24 24 20 20 11 GF 65 59 65 57 47 92 74 84 59 51 GA 53 67 69 70 72 43 53 84 55 67 Campbell Conference Minnesota Detroit Chicago Winnipeg SI. Louis Toronto Edmonton Vancouver Los Angeles Calgary Colorado Norris Division WIT 10 3 2 774 656 762 692 593 Smythe Division 10 6 2 783 690 3114 393 Pti. 22 18 IB 16 14 13 22 17 16 10 9 GF 75 74 87 64 70 75 92 57 79 53 42 GA 38 69 81 73 73 78 73 57 87 B6 73 Huskers kick Cyclones; earn Orange Bowl bid LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI) - Nebraska Coach Tom Osborne was disappointed with the Cornhuskers' play in the first half, but credited a resilient fourth-quarter defense with the 31-7 Big Eight win over Iowa State Saturday. "We need to get things reorganized on offense," Oaborne said. "Our defense really held up." Nebraska's win, coupled with Oklahoma's 19-14 loss to Missouri, gave the Cornhuskers their first undisputed Big Eight title since 1971, when Nebraska also claimed the national championship. The victory means an automatic Orange Bowl bid for the seventh-ranked Huskers, 6-0 in the conference and 8-2 for the year. Osborne praised the Huskers' kicking game as a major factor in the win. Punter Grant Campbell averaged 47 yards on five kicks, and Eddie Neil and Irving Fryar ignited a fourth-quarter explosion that brought the Huskers 24 points in 5 minutes 20 seconds. Neil hit on the Huskers' only field goal attempt of the day from 49 yards out, and when the Nebraska defense shut down Iowa State's offense on the next series, Fryar returned a Rich Miller punt 63 yards for a touchdown. Osborne was particularly happy with the way the defense stopped the running game of ISU ail-American candidate Dwayne Crutchfield, who piled up 98 yards rushing in the first half but was held to minus-1 yard in the second half. "The defense controlled the line of scrimmage in the second half. We wore Crutchfield down, and we quit arm- tackling," Osborne said. Osborne said he didn't think next week's game with arch-rival Oklahoma had anything to do with Saturday's victory. "I don't think we looked ahead. We Tom Osborne haven't started to prepare for Oklahoma," he said. Iowa State Coach Donnie Duncan said he was happy with the Cyclone running game in the first half, but nagging injuries that have plagued Iowa State all year began to take their toll in the second half. "The first half Crutchfield was healthy. In the second, (Tom) Davis was in as a substitute fairly regularly," he said. "As long as we have that power and strength (of Crutchfield) inside, we have the power to move people." Duncan said Crutchfield re-injured an ankle and was unable to cut laterally, "but that wasn't the game." He said the three keys to the loss were Fryer's punt return, an interception on Iowa State's next series and a fumbled reverse, which gave the Huskers 21 points in their fourth-quarter explosion. "The 31 points is not indicative of the way our defensive players played," Duncan said. "Anyone who saw the game would recognize that." The teams battled on even terms until 14:52 left in the game, when Neil's line-drive effort sailed between the outstretched arms of the Cyclone defenders to break a 7-7 deadlock. Fryar's fireworks came less than two minutes later when the Cornhusker defense shut down the Cyclones and Miller was forced to punt. On the next series, ISU quarterback John Quinn was intercepted by tackle Henry Waechter at the Cyclone 21. Five plays later, sophomore quarterback Turner Gill threw a 3-yard scoring strike to wingback Anthony Steels. Quinn, trying to get ISU back into the game, was frustrated on the next series by a fumbled handoff, recovered at the Iowa State 11 by Husker middle guard Curt Hineline. Fullback Phil Bates scored on the next play. The Cyclones, 2-3-1 in the Big Eight and 5-4-1, held the offensive advantage at the half, piling up 166 yards, primarily on Crutchfield's power running. The Huskers could only manage 88 yards offense before halftime, and capitalized on their only scoring opportu 7 nity when I-back Mike Rozier scored from 4 yards out to tie the score at 7-7 with 2:38 left in the half. Crutchfield tallied on a 2-yard run with 6:21 left in the second quarter to give Iowa State its only lead of the day. The Cyclones missed on two other first-half scoring opportunities. The Cyclones moved from their 26 to the Nebraska 8 on their first possession of the day, but the drive was halted when Quinn fumbled a snap at the 8 and linebacker Brent Evans recovered for the Huskers. With 27 seconds left in the half, ISU kicker Alex Giffords narrowly missed a 45-yard field goal attempt, set up by tackle Shamus McDonough's interception of a Gill pass. First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards ISU 13 43-161 85 6 17-25-2 8-39.4 3-2 5-48 NU IS 51-205 67 110 7-17-1 6-47.0 4-3 3-36 Iowa Stale 070 0 — 7 Nebraska 0 7 0 24 — 3» ISU — Crutchfield 2-yd. run (Giffords kick). NU — Rozier 4-yd. run (Selbel kick). ' NU — Neil 49-yd. field goal. NU — Fryar 63-yd. punt return (Seibel kick). NU — Steels 3-yd. pass from Gill (Selbel kick). NU — Bates yd. run (Selbel kick). A - 76,258. Missouri stuns OU, 19-14 Saturday's Results Pittsburgh 3, Boston 3, tie Detroit 6, Chicago 3 Washington 4, Hartford 0 Montreal 4, Vancouver 1 Edmonton 5, New York Islanders 5, tie Toronto 4. Philadelphia 0 Quebec at Minnesota, night St. Louis at Colorado, night Winnipeg at Los Angeles, night Sunday's Games (All Times CST) New York Islanders at Philadelphia, 6:05 p.m. Edmonton at New York Rangers, 6:35 p.m. Boston at Buffalo, 7:05 p.m. Colorado at Chicago, 7:35 p.m. Vancouver at Calgary, 8:35 p.m. Monday's Games (No Games Scheduled) Tabor downs St. Mary, 28-10 HILLSBORO (UPI) - Nate Faul threw two touchdown passes Saturday to Steve Vogt and Jeff Fikejs ran for two touchdowns to give Tabor a 28-10 Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference victory over St. Mary of the Plains. Fikejs and Vogt scored their first touchdowns in the first half with Fikejs opening the scoring on a 3-yard run and Vogt hauling in a 1-yard pass from Faul. St. Mary sandwiched a 25-yard field goal by Mark Brown between the scores but still trailed 14-3 at the half. The Cavaliers pulled to within 14-10, with a 8-yard touchdown pass from Russ Lane to Tim Fox, but Fikejs, on a 5-yard run, and Vogt, on a 15-yard pass from Foul, each scored again to decide the game. Tabor closed the season 3-6 overall and 3-5 in the conference, while St. Mary ended 4-6 and 4-4. Southwestern blasts Bethel WINFIELD (UPI) - Tom Calvin, the leading scorer in the NAIA, threw for one touchdown and ran for three others Saturday to give Southwestern a 42-7 Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference victory over Bethel. Ron Hubp scored twice in the first period, taking a 72-yard pass from Wade Cargile and then hauling an 18- yard pass from Calvin, to get the Southwestern offense moving. The Moundbuilders added a 48-yard scoring pass from Cargile to Lester Fowler before Bethel managed a score. Calvin scored the next three touchdowns for Southwestern, getting 5 and 1-yard touchdown runs for a 35-7 halftime lead, and adding a 28-yard touchdown run in the final period. The Bethel offense was held to one scoring play, a 7-yard run by Lyle Strait in the second quarter. Bethel ended the season 1-7 in the conference and 1-4 overall. Southwestern finished with a second- place ranking in the KCAC, with records of 5-2-2 overall and 5-2-1 in the conference. COLUMBIA, Mo. (UPI) - Bob Meyer rushed for 108 yards and one touchdown to carry Missouri to a 19-14 victory Saturday over llth-rated Oklahoma and deprive Sooner Coach Barry Switzer of the Big Eight Championship for the first time in his nine-year tenure. The loss dropped Oklahoma to 5-3-1 — the most losses a Switzer-coached team has ever absorbed. The Sooners are now 4-1-1 in the conference to clinch for Nebraska its first undisputed Big Eight title since 1971 when the Cornhuskers also won the national championship. Nebraska is 9-2 overall and 6-0 in Big Eight play heading into its season finale next Saturday against the Sooners at Oklahoma. The Warren Powers coached Missouri defense delivered the Tigers their first win over Oklahoma since 1969 by forcing eight turnovers — six fumbles and two interceptions — but the Sooners still almost pulled the game out. Trailing 19-7 with two minutes left in the game, quarterback Darrell Shepard threw a "Hail Mary" pass that Missouri linebacker Van Darkow deflected into the arms of freshman Steve Sewell for a 46-yard touchdown. The Sooners then recoverd an onside kick at the Missouri 42 but Oklahoma Bob Meyer turned the ball over on downs following three incomplete passes by Shepard. That enabled Missouri to keep its own bowl hopes alive with its second straight win and a 7-3 overall record. The Tigers are also 3-3 in conference play. Missouri defensive tackle Jeff Gaylord was brilliant with 12 tackles, including four for 17 yards in losses and a sack. He also recovered three fumbles and forced Shepard to hurry a pass that led to an interception by Demetrious Johnson in the third period. Johnson also recovered a Shepard fumble. Meyer's touchdown came on a 19- yard run following the Johnson interception at the Missouri 46 late in the third period. George Shorthose went 32 yards around right end on the first play of the possession and Meyer burned the right end again two plays later for 19 yards and his eighth touchdown of the season. The touchdown accounted for Missouri's only points in the second half and gave the Tigers what would turn out to be an unsurmountable 19-7 lead.', Meyer rushed 21 times and also caught; three passes for 34 yards. Although Shepard finished the day with 123 yards rushing and a touch-; down, the day will remain a nightmare; for him. He fumbled the ball away four; times and threw both interceptions as; Oklahoma's four-game winning streak; came to an end. Missouri recovered three Sooner fumbles in the Oklahoma end of the field in the first quarter but could only! cash them in for one field goal — a 24- yarder by Bob Lucchesi six minutes in the game. First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Posses Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards OU 16 54-296 102 22 8-19-2 5-41.0 9-6 7-69 AAU 18 50-203 138 13 11-25-1 7-45.3 2-1 9-64 Oklahoma 7 0 0 7 — 14 Missouri 3 10 6 0 — 19 MU — Lucchesi 24-yd. field goal. OU — Shepard 14-yd. run (Keeling kick). MU — Perry I-yd. run (Lucchesi kick). MU — Lucchesi 23-yd. field goal. MU — Meyer 19-yd. run (pass failed). OU — Sewell 46-yd. pass from Shepard (Keeling kick). A — 67,364. Wildcats shock WSU, 32-30 WICHITA (UPI) - Freshman Mario Ferretti took advantage of a second chance Saturday after a Wichita State penalty to kick a 23- yard field goal with 20 seconds left to lead Northern Michigan to a 3230 non-league win. Northern Michigan kept its unbeaten record intact at 11-0 while Wichita State ended regular season play with a 4-6-1 mark. It was a seesaw battle from start to finish with Northern Michigan, ranked No. 2 among NCAA Division II teams, unawed by the Division I Shockers. Ferretti's winning kick came three seconds after he missed a 28-yard field goal attempt. Wichita State was penalized five yards for offsides to give Ferretti his second chance. That field goal capped a 62-yard Northern Michigan drive that took only 59 seconds. Wichita State seemed a sure loser after Northern Michigan fullback George Works bulled his way in fom 1 yard out for his second touchdown with 5:31 left for* 29-15 lead. But the Shockers came to life. Wichita State went 68 yards on 14 plays on its next possession with tailback Darren Wilson scoring on a 1-yard run with 2:31 left to pull Wichita State to within First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards NM 21 33-77 377 41 23-44-1 9-32.9 0-0 9-76 WSU 27 69-250 183 106 10-26-1 6-31.2 2-2 5-30 *W:S side kick after the ball bounced off a Northern Michigan player. Wichita State covered 44 yards from the goal line and six plays later Wilson cashed in with a 1-yard run. Wilson scored on another 1-yard run with 1:26 left and then quarterback Prince McJunkins found end Anthony Jones in the end zone for a two-point conversion to give the Shockers a 30-29 lead. Northern Michigan Junior Steve Hermsen returned the kickoff 30 yards to the Wildcat 38. And seven plays later, Ferretti got his two chances to win the, game. • ! Northern Michigan quarterback Tom; Bertoldi completed 23-of-43 passes for' 377 yards, including touchdown scores of 92 yards to flanker Greg McLain and 17 yards to Jerry McCune. Wichita State was led by Junior quarterback McJunkins, who completed 10-! of-25 passes for 183 yards. ; No Michigan 0 14 8 10 32 Wichita SI 6 6 3 15 — 30 WSU — O'Neal 6-yd. run (kick blocked). NM — Works I-yd. run (Ferreltl kick). WSU — McJunkins 1-yd. run (run failed). NM — McLoin 92-yd. pass from BertoldTIFer- retti kick). WSU — Schroeder 41-yd. field goal. NM — McCune 17-yd. pass from Bertoldi (Cos- sanova pass from Bertoldi). NM — Works 1-yd. run Ferrelll kick). WSU - Wilson 1 -yd. run (Schroeder kick). - 'B ..V 50 , — Wilson 1-yd. run (Janet pait from.. McJunkins), -<« NM — Ferretti 23-yd. field goal. ,\ McEnroe, Connors to clash in finals The Shockers then recovered an on- LONDON (UPI) - Defending champion and top seed John McEnroe gave another display of his tennis prowess and irritable disposition as he swept into the final of a $175,000 Grand Prix tennis tournament Saturday. McEnroe, seeking a fourth successive victory in this tournament, disposed of fellow American and No. 8 seed Sandy Mayer 6-3, 6-3. McEnroe will face Jimmy Connors, who defeated Yannick Noah of France, 6-3, 6-3, in, Sunday's finals. McEnroe, the reigning Wimbledon and U.S. Open champion, continually- complained about linesmen, ball boys- &nd spectators. After hitting a ballr angrily into the roof during the seventh game of the second set, he was issued a conduct warning from umpire John Parry.

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