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Missouri 4th Period ! Wrecks Colorado (AP) — became COLUMBIA, Mo. ISteve Pisarkiewicz {Missouri's all-time passing (leader Saturday, but Pete [Woods replaced him amid a [savage defensive struggle and [directed the Tigers to nine I fourth-quarter points and a 16-7 I victory over Colorado. The loss was Colorado's second in Big Eight competition and knocked the 14th-ranked ! Buffaloes out of a first-place tie (Nebraska Grabs Top LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Quarterback Vince Ferragamo tossed touchdown passes in the third and fourth periods to lead No. 9 Nebraska to a 14 10 Big Eight Conference football victory over No. 13 Oklahoma State in a tough but turnover- plagued game Saturday. Ferragamo hit split end Chuck Malito with a 34-yard TD pass with 4:02 remaining in the third period to give the Cornhuskers a 7-3 lead. Oklahoma State bounced back on the next possession, marching 80 yards in nine plays to score with seven seconds remaining in the period on a 15- yard run by Terry Miller. Ferragamo then guided the Huskers on a 57-yard, 8-play drive, capped by his 6-yard scoring pass to Ken Spaeth with 11:57 remaining, giving Nebraska its 14-10 victory margin. • After a scoreless first period, Abbie Daigle put the Cowboys ahead 3 0 with a 37-yard field goal at 9:35 left in the half. John Corker intercepted a Ferragamo pass on the Cowboy 12 to halt a first period Husker scoring threat, and Husker weak back Bobby Thomas fumbled a pass reception at the Cowboy 2, thwarting another NU scoring drive. Late in the second quarter, Cowboy Ricky Taylor fumzled on the Nebraska 5 and the Huskers recovered to stop an Oklahoma State scoring drive. By The Associated Press TENNIS LONDON — Spain's Manuel Santana defeated Mark Cox of Britain 6-4, 6-4 and Raul Ramirez of Mexico struggled to beat Chilean Jaime Fillol 6-4,7-5 to advance to the finals of the Dewar Cup tennis tournament. Chris Evert eased past Rosemary Casals 6-3,6-0 to gain a spot the wdmen's final. with Nebraska, which defeated Oklahoma State for sole possession of the top spot. After exchanging first quarter touchdowns, the two Big Kight powers battled scoreless through the next two periods. Woods, coming in with three minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, zipped the Tigers' 73-yard in 10 plays for the goahead touchdown. Colorado appeared to have halted the drive, but a pass interference on Odis McKinney on fourth and goal revitalized the drive and Curtis Brown plunged over from the one with 12:28 remaining in the game. Missouri cornerback Rob Fitzgerald intercepted Jeff Austin's pass on the next play and Woods, with an 26-yard pass play to Kellen Winslow, brought the Tigers to the five. Three plays later, Tim Gibbons booted a nineteen-yard field goal. Colorado immediately marched downfield but was halted on another turnover, when the intended receiver Billy Waddy tipped the ball into Jim Leavitt's hands. Colorado, with less than one minute to play, drove to the two yard line but was stopped on fourth down. Th« Uavanworth Tlm« Sunday. Nov. 1, Ifl Keep Jayhawks Keeling, 31-17 15A Cyclones Dump Kansas I TIGER REBOUND — Colorado's Jim Kelleher. 42, is hit on the two-yard line by Missouri's Rob Fitzgerald during Saturday's Big 8 contest. Kelleher fumbled but the ball was recovered in the endzone for a touchdown and Kelleher received credit for the score. However it proved to be the lone Buffalo points of the day as Missouri won 16-7. Wirephoto) (AP LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Quarterback Wayne Stanley and Buddy Hardeman directed Iowa State to three quick touchdowns in the second quarter, and the Cyclones went on to defeat Kansas, 31-17, Saturday in a Big Eight conference football clash. Hardeman fired a 12-yard pass to Luther Blue in the left corner of the end zone with 8:37 left in the half to give Iowa State a 7-3 lead, then Stanley crossed the goal line on an 11-yard scamper moments later, following a Kansas fumble. The Jayhawks, under the direction 9 of sophomore quarterback Mark Vicendese, made it 14-10 with 3:10 remaining in the half when Vicendese capped a 75-yard drive with a 6-yard dash into the end zone. But the Cyclones bounced right back when tailback Dexter Green ripped off a 3-yard touchdown run with :41 left following an 80-yard drive in 12 plays. Iowa State, alternating Stanley and Hardeman, moved the ball freely in the second half as well, but was unable to get on the board again until Scott Kollman booted a 27-yard field goal with 2:47 left. The Cyclones topped off the victory seconds later when noseguard Maynard Stensrud picked off a Scott McMichael pass at the Kansas 12 and dashed into the end zone untouched. — Kansas, now 5-4 overall but just 1-4 in conference action, took an early 3-0 lead when Mike Hubach kicked a 38-yard field' goal but missed an earlier scoring opportunity when the Jayhawks were unable to score on the 2-yard line after recovering an Iowa State fumble. Hardeman's touchdown pass came after the Cyclones, 7-2 and 3-2, marched 83-yards in eight plays including a key 23-yard run by Stanley that set them up at the 18. Vicendese fumbled on the third play of Kansas' next possession and Iowa State's Tom Boskey recovered. Stanley danced around a left end from the 11 just three plays later. Vicendese then gave the Jayhawks their only solid scoring drive of the day, hitting on passes of 14 and 16 yards to Waddell Smith to move Kansas Big Eight Game Stats Kansas bt. Oklahoma Okla—Ivory 4 run Okla—Ivory 1 run KSU—Lovely 1 run Okla—King 30 run run (Sinov(c 9 pass from Okla—Lott 2 KSU-Whitley novic kick) KSU—FG Sinovic 30 KSU—FG Sinovic 39 Okla—Lott 11 run (von Okla—Lott 3 run (von 7 10 3 0—20. 21 7 7 14^49 (von Schamann kick) (von Schamann kick) (Sinovic kick) (von Schamann kick) Hardeman (Kol- kick) Henrikson (SI- Okla—Ivory A—71,184 8 run (von Schamann Schamann Schmann kick) kick) kick) Iowa State 0 21 0 10—31 Kansas 0 10 0 7—17 KU— FG Hubach 38 IS—Blue 12 pass from (man kick) IS—Stanley 11 run (Kollman kick) KU—Vicendese 6 run (Hubach kick) IS—Green 3 run (Kollman kick) IS—FG Kollman 27 IS—Maynard Stensrud 12 intercepted pass (Kollman kick) KU—Campfield 11 pass from Vicendese (Hubach kick) Dorsett Leads Pitt Past Army Sooners Rout K-State First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Colorado Missouri CU—Kelleher MU—Lewis (Gibbons kick) MU—Brown 1 Kansas St. Oklahoma 22 48-46 283 0 37-18-3 5-41 1-1 4-35 19 64-436 0 39 2-0-0 4-32 4-2 8-109 A—38,250 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts • Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Iowa St. 21 58-254 138 31 9-16-2 5-43 3-2 6-59 Kansas 15 53-141 151 16 11-24-2 7-40 3-2 5-35 MU—FG A—63,830 19 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards 700 0—7 700 9—16 2 run (Mangnall kick) 13 pass from Pisarkiewicz 1 run (kick failed) Gibbons Colorado Missouri 20 23 55-161 53-133 167 176 10 46 26-11-4 29-11-1 6-44 7-33 3-2 4-2 6-52 4-40 Oklahoma State Nebraska OkSt—FG Daigle Neb— Malito 34 (Eveland kick) OkSt— T. Miller Neb— Spaeth 6 (Eveland kick) A— 76,272 Oklahoma First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards 34 Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards 37 pass " 15 run pass 235 0—10 7—14 from Ferragamo (Daigle kick) from Ferragamo State Nebraska 15 17 71-291 38-121 65 1-5-1 4-45 3-3 4-30 5 17-25-2 4-44 3-3 2-22 HS Football Playoffs Set Colorado Cross-Country Champ T AWRTTWf'F'. Kan (API —$ rlitihe'r'.-iip ' liarry',?Be^sley of TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The pairings for Kansas State High School Athletic Association football playoffs were announced Saturday. All games are played at 7:30 p.m. 5A Friday Nov. 12. Shawnee Mission North 6-3, Wichita Southeast 8-1, at Cessna Stadium Wichita. Wichita East 6-3, Shawnee Mission West 9-0, at Shawnee Mission South Stadium. Winners play Friday Nov. 19 for state championship. 4A Friday Nov. 12 Kansas City Ward 7-2 at Olathe 9-0. Coffeyville at Emporia 9-0. Derby 7-2 at Liberal 8-0. Winfield 7-2 at Junction City 71. Maryland Wins COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Mark Manges completed 11 of 19 passes, including two for touchdowns, and added 71 rushing yards to lead unbeaten and sixth-ranked Maryland to a 21-0 victory over Cincinnati in college football Saturday. The Terps, now 9-0 and winners of 13 in a row over the two seasons, allowed Cincinnati just four first downs through the end of the third quarter. The Terps drove 52 yards in 15 plays late 'in the first period. They capped the march with a one-yard: touchdown plunge by tailback Alvin "Preacher" Maddox. Manges took to the air in the second period, throwing a 33- yard strike to Dean Richards, who made a tumbling catch at the Cincinnati 26. Winners play sub-state games Friday Nov.19. 3a Tuesday Nov. 9 Augusta 7-2 at Haven 9-0. Andale 7-2, Wichita Kapaun- Mt. Carmel 9-0 at Wichita South Stadium. Fort Scott 8-1 Girard 9-0 at Kansas State Pittsburg. Osawatomie 8-1 at Abilene 8-0. Parsons 8-1 at Fredonia 8-1. Wellington 7-2 at Pratt 8-1. Chapman 7-2 at Holton 8-1. Bonner Springs 7-2 at St. Joseph Shawnee 8-1. Winners play regional games Saturday Nov. 13. 2A Tuesday Nov. 9 WaKeeney 8-1 at Oakley 8-1. Hugoton 8-1 at Elkhart 8-1. Sacred Heart Salina 8-1 at EllinwoodS-l. Herrington 8-1 at Sterling 8-1. Caney 8-1 at Douglass 8-1. Moran 8-1 at Silver Lake 8-1. LaCygne 8-1 at St. Marys 8-1. Winners advance to play Saturday Nov. 13 in games that will also include Belle Plain 9-0, Beloit 9-0, Norton 9-0, Osborne 90, Peabody 9-0, Pomona 9-0, Valley Falls 9-0, Garden Plain 80, Hanover 8-1. 1A Tuesday Nov. 9 Brewster 7-2, at Ashland 9-0. Junction City St. Xavier 7-2 at Olpe9-0. Axtell 8-1 at. Highland 8-0. Little River 8-1 at Bennington .8-0. St. John's Beloit 7-2 at Clyde 8- Thayer 7-1 at Colgan of Pittsburg 8-1. Fowler 8-1 at Quinter 8-1 at Ellis Stadium. Hope 7-1 at Pretty Prairie 8-1. Winners play Saturday Nov. 13 LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - •'• Kirk Pfeffer led to an individual best of 24 minutes, eight seconds to spark Colorado to a first- place finish in the Big Eight Cross Country Championship here Saturday. Pfeffer, who breezed by Kansas State by 30 seconds and bettered his own record on the 5- mile course at the Lawrence Country Club by five seconds. Country ClubJ>y'five seconds. The Buffaloes won the conference meet with 46 points. NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Sophomore quarterback Thomas Lott slithered for 195 yards and three touchdowns as ISthranked Oklahoma brushed aside young but aggressive Kansas State Saturday, 49-20, to keep the Sooners mathematically in the Big Eight Conference title chase. Two of Lott's touchdowns came in the second half after the Wildcats, led by the passing of sophomore quarterback Wendell Henrikson, wiped out big deficits to trail only 28-20 raidway in the third period. Lott pulled the Sooners ahead, 35-20, at the end of the third period on an 11-yard touchdown run. He had runs of 12 and 17 yards in the drive. The San Antonio, Tex., product, whose second quarter touchdown gave Oklahoma a 28-7 lead, got his third touchdown from three yards out early in the final period to put the game out of reach. Kansas State dropped its eighth straight game despite Henrikson's passing for 283 yards—the biggest Wildcat aerial total since Dennis Morrison was quarterback in 1971. .Half backs Horace iilyory, also scored three touchdowns in the rout, two of them on runs of four and one yards that gave Oklahoma a 14-0 lead early in the first period. The first score came after an interception by Mike Phillips, who returned the ball to the four. But Henrikson directed the 'Cats 80 yards to make it 14-7 as Ken Lovely scored from the one. Henrikson hit on four of five passes in the march, including a 29-yarder to Mansey King to the . put the ball on the six. A 24-yard spurt by fullback > Kenny King and a two-yard run by Lott made it 28-7 early in the second quarter. But a nineyard pass from Henrikson to Eddie Whitley and Bill Senovic's 30- yard field goal cut the margin to 28-17 at the half. Sinovic hit on a 39-yarder to make it 28-20 in the third period, but that was the last K-State scoring. Lott's touchdowns from 11 and three yards out and Ivory's third tally, from the six, wrapped up the scoring. Late in the game the Sooners stopped a Wildcat drive on the one. Ohio St. 42, 111. 10 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Fullback Pete Johnson scored four times to become the fifth player in college history to score 50 career touchdowns leading eighth-ranked Ohio State to its 18th straight Big Ten football victory Saturday, a 4210 rout of Illinois that gave the Buckeyes the conferpnre lead. .',,. Pitt. 37, Army 7 'PITTSBIJRG'H" '.TAP*)" — Record-breaking Tony Dorsett, college football's all-time rushing king, galloped for 212 yards and three touchdowns and smashed his ninth NCAA mark Saturday, leading unbeaten, second-ranked Pittsburgh to a 37-7 victory over Army. Coupled with top-rated Michigan's stunning 16-14 upset at the hands of Purdue, Pitt's triumph thrust the Panthers into the favorite's role for the No. J position in the next rankings. Dorsett carried 32 times before being shaken up on the first play of the fourth quarter. He ran for touchdowns of 4, 32 and 5 yards and caught two passes for 14. That boosted his career total for all-purpose rushing to 6,192 yards, erasing the mark of 6,003 by Archie Griffin, Ohio State's two-time Heisman Trophy winner. All-purpose rushing includes running, receiving and kick return yardage. In recording the eighth 200- yard rushing performance of his career and 17th consecutive 100- yard game, Dorsett raised his rushing yardage for the season to 1.525. to the 6 before he rolled in make it 14-10. Kansas tacked on a facial touchdown with only six secon left in the game when Bill: Campfield smeared a 22-yar pass from Vincendes in the zone. •* College Football^, By The Associated Press Brown 35, Dartmouth 21 Columbia 35, Cornell 17 A: Kings Point 14, New York/" Tech 6 Massachusetts 21, Holy Cross 14 "• Middlebury, Vt. 50, Union 6 Navy 27, Syracuse 10 New Hampshire 31, Rhode: Island 6 Penn State 41, N.C. State20 ' Pittsburgh 37, Army 7 Rutgers 34, Louisville 0 Yale39, Princeton? -; Kentucky 14, Vanderbllt 0 Maryland?!, Cincinnati!) Morehead St. 17, E.> Tennessee St. 7 v Norfolk St. 17, Virginia St. 7 ';•N. Carolina 38, Clemson23 \. Shepherd 17, Salem Col 13 Villanova 23, Marshall 10 Virginia 21, Lehigh 20 Wake Forest 38, Duke 17 William & Mary 23, Appalachian 22 W. Virginia Tech 37, Frostburg_6 Baldwin-Wallace 56, Dennison 7 Michigan St. 23, Indiana C Muskingum 14, Capital 10 Ohio St. 42, Illinois 10 Ohio U. 31, Bowl ing Green 26- Purdue 16, Michigan 14 Youngstown 36, E. Illinois 14 ST. LOUIS (AP) — The St. Louis Cardinals have sold the contract of infielder Luis Alvarado, 27, to the Detroit Tigers of the American League. Alvarado, who played most of the 1976 season with Tulsa of the American Association, hit .286 for the Cards in 16 games after called up by the club in September. Originally with the Boston Red Sox, Alvarado moved on to the Chicago White Sox in 1971, to St. Louis in 1974 and to Cleveland the same season before returning to the Cards' organization in 1975. CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Bears offensive tackle Lione- Antoine is listed as questionable for Sunday's National Football League encounter against the Oakland Raiders because of a knee strain. 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