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Sunday, Per. 20, 1970 The Shbeveport Times BiH Mclntyre North Unit Headed Up By Dickey Golden Tors Score Fast, Take 'State' Nebraska: A Tradition 30 Reign on the Plains By Hubert Mizell MIAMI (AP) Kansas State quarterback Lynn Dickey is expected to supply the lirepow-er Christmas Day as the North shoots tor its filth straight victory over the south in ine Shrine AU-btar lootoaii game. The Rebels lead the postseason series with an 11-10-1 record, but the Yankees have won the war since 1966 including Annual pictures, to a lad sneaking a magazine off the When Louisiana State first signed the articles of war with to Nebraska the hostilities newsrack, just lor a peek you understand, put succeeding imitators like Dell and Street and take place on New Year's Day in Miami's Orange Bowl I jr. Smith to shame, for in the had to scratch my memory for mr 1 -v By Nlco Van Thyn Times Sports Writer HAYNESVILLE It's going to be a very Merry Christmas in Haynesville. At 9:22 p.m.

Friday, it was "14 and 6, 14 Down and None to Go" as Haynesville's Golden Tornado completed a 21-8 victory over Loranger to win the state Class AA football championship. It was a beautiful ending to a 14-0 season for Coach Alton (Red) Franklin's youngsters Annual the positive was always what know of the cornhusk accentuated. I mean, when ers. Right away I remembered Sam Francis and Charley a 31-10 thumping ot the bourn last year. Dickey's college coach, Vince Gibson of Kansas State, will handle the North along with you saw a passer in the Annual, he was THROWING his Brock and Fred thirey.

tU2 iJL shoulders pulled far back, his arm cocked behind his helmet Wildcat assistant coacn Dor That alone should divulge my antiquity, for Sam and Charley and Fred played 'way back in the '30s, in the days of Biff Lowell. Frank Jones ot Rich in the days before bird cages 'mm mond and Miami's Walt you could see his face and Kicheski will coach the South never was he less than two teet Kickoff is scheduled at 4:30 Jones and Herman Rehrig and Card well. Those names should be familiar to other off the ground. Fullbacks? Why, they'd run p.m., EST, rnaay ai uie grange Bowl. The game will be clean off the page and right ancients of my acquaintance THE YARDSTICK Lonngir Hiynisvllle First Downs 9 12 Net Yards Rush 89 lso Net Yardi Pasi 80 41 Passes (AO 14-9 10-4 Had Intercepted 0 2 Punt-Averaae 1-39 through you if you didn't duck.

nationally televised. although they'd draw a blank stare from the younger genera lion. The 6-loot-4 Dickey completed 180 passes in 1970 for 2,163 yards and seven touchdowns. In three Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-0 Penaltles-yds 4-40 Georgia Tech tailback Rob Healy (42) plows through his tackle for a 12-yard gain in first period action against Texas Tech in El Paso's Sun Bowl Saturday Texas Tech tackle Wayne McDermand (71) misses his target as does Texas Tech end Bruce Dowdy (81). Georgia Tech jumped to a 7-0 first quarter lead, extended it to 10-0 at intermission, and went on to win 17-9.

(AP Wirephoto) And if a halfback was any good they'd show him cutting on a dime and giving you a nickel change which is why I remember a back like Indiana's Billy Hillenbrand, because he'd Well, for the young folk, Sam Francis was a thunderine full Kansas State seasons, the Osa- and brought this tradition-rich back in the late '30s, and if watomie, boy completed North Louisiana town its first state grid title since 1936. give you a hip, his free leg 29 scoring tosses ana gained 6,208 yards. South coach Jones will bring his nwn standout Quarterback. you'd care to look 'it up you'll find he was one of the all-time greats of the modern era (1929-69) in the Central Plains-Big Eight region. Brock later "Yes, it's my greatest thrill," waist high, and nobody ever had a sharper straight-arm.

Carlen Calls Field Goal Miss Charlie Richards, from Rich Franklin said after the contest. "This is a great group of boys." The Pose Counted mond. A Miami native, If a punter didn't hit his nose The win was the result of a with his knee, they wouldn't played center for the Green Bay Packers and he would have been all-pro every year had not his career run parallel to that print his picture in the Annual. Richards had 4,473 career passing yards for the Spiders. Despite the presence of Richards, many eyes including near-perfect first half for the Golden Tornado.

It scored the first three times it had the Turning Point in 4Sun' Outing The Annual went in big, too, for huddle groups where burly thp nro scouts will be on 5- gladiators, their arms thrown en Sun Bowl appearances, also around each other's shoulders, of Mel Hem, who was then with the New York Giants. Shirey bruised a lot of people playing ball with the Rams, Rohrig threw his weight around for the foot-11 bomber Jim Lindsay of Abilene Christian. I.indsav hit 25 touchdown By GREG MACALEESE EL PASO. Tex. (AP) A would glower down into the finished the regular season with missed field goal was the turning point.

But Carson said that his team's inability to roll up more points in the first half made the camera. And you'd never see a an 6-3 record. matter of a few feet. throws in 1970, covering a total back from Navy who wasn't Carlen said he believed his football and that was too much for the visitors. Loranger dominated the second half when all but one series of downs was played in Haynesville territory.

But when it was over, the Wolves had penetrated within the Tor 10 three times without putting points on the board and That, said the two opposing nf 2.907 vards. The sweeny, posed in front of the statue of Packers ana caraweii was crack back with the Lions. A Feel For Football team turned the ball over too coaches, spelled the difference opponents' missed field goal Chief Tecumseh, or an end may times. The Red Raiders bomber connected for 64 TD passes in his career and is regarded as Dossiblv another more important than perhaps it the 36th annual Sun Bowl football game Saturday in which lost three fumbles and had three both Meadors and Anglin, and the TD came on Perkins' one-yard run after Haynesville had kept the ball for more than eight minutes. Anglin booted an extra point for the Tors and Greg Daily ran for a two-pointer.

Loranger's only score came with 39 seconds left in the third quarter when Chambers burst over from six yards out. He added the two-point PAT. The final margin was the Tors' third straight two-touchdown win in the playoffs. Meadors gained 65 yards on 13 carries and Anglin got 64 yards on 12 tries for the Tors. It was the Haynesville defense that made the biggest plays.

On separate, -occasions, Loranger went as -far. as the Haynesville 3, 9, 35 and 3 without scoring. The biggest plays? There was sub Jimmy Malone catching Gueldner from behind on his long kickoff return and preventing a touchdown; Johnny Meadors and Charles Buford pressuring Loranger quarterback Van Stevens into an incomplete pass on fourth-and-2 from the Anglin batting away a fourth down pass in the end zone in the third quarter; Terry Cheatham dropping Chambers for a five-yard loss on a fourth-and-2 from the Tor 35 with 5:30 left; and the whole middle of the line stacking up Walter Shockley at the one with 1:42 remaining. The leaders for the quick and hard-hitting Haynesville defense were linebackers Paul Garner and Daily, end Larry Flourney and cornerhack Jimmy Meadors. In the first half, Loranger got only one first down and just 33 yards offense and Chambers, a consistent 100 yards per game gainer, got 56 in 23 carries this night.

Things got sticky in the last half, however. First, the Wolves drove 40 yards for their TD to cut the lead to 21-8 and the next time they had it they marched from their 15 to the Tor 35. Three times they kept the march going on a fourth down play as Chambers got the needed yardage. But the time-consuming drive ended on Cheatham's big tackle on Chambers and just about sewed it up for the home club. Scores by quarters Loranger 0 8 08 Haynesville 14 7 0 021 Scoring Summary: Eddie Anglin, 19 Pasi from Terry Perkins (Run failed) Jimmy Meadors, 3 Run Daily Run) H-Perkin, 1 run (Annlln Kick) Russell Chambersi 4 run (Chambers, Run) Rushing Terry Perkins, 7-8; Eddie Anqlln, 12-68; Jimmy Meadors, 12-40; Paul Garner, 6-20; Greg Daily 2-3.

Walter Shockley, 10-29; Russell Chambers, 23-74; Van Stevens, 2-mlnus Russell Graf, 1-2; David Gueldner, 1-3. Passing Gene Belcher, 2 for 20; Eddie Anglin, 2 for 22. Willie Darwin, 1 for David Gueldner, 2-14; Russell Chambers, 4-27; Walter Shockley, 2-40. from Columbia who wasn't posed under shoulder pads in should have been. passes intercepted.

I never saw any of these players personally, Nebraska being half a continent removed from Massachusetts, but I Terrv Bradshaw. who came of Georgia Tech defeated Texas "It was the best first half iront ot the Lion. 11 1 11 A. u- "We were lucky to come out had another drive stopped at The Annual, i beueve, was Tech 17-9. "I think the turning point had Louisiana lecn last iau ov the National Football League's we've played all year," Carson said, referring to Georgia of that first half auve," canen the only football magazine that the Tor 35.

Every time Loranger got close, tne determined said. Tech's 10-0 halftime lead. "We showed a center the way he'd came to know them well through the pages of Illustrated Football Annual. The Annual passed from our midst in the Charles Napper, Texas Tech's No. 1 draft pick.

The North's offensive line is led by 255-pound Larron Jack ook at a tailback waiting for Haynesville defense came up to be the missed field goal by Dickie Ingram in the fourth quarter," Texas Tech coach Jim Carlen said of his kicker's had three good chances to score but we could only push it across Quarterback, said his coaches the snap of the ball. That's called the plays from the side early 50s it last came out in once. son of Missouri ana me aeien-sive is anchored by 234-pound miss. line during the second naif. 1952, if memory serves but "If we had gotten Texas Tech right, with his head upside down between his legs.

And the prose in the Annual Syracuse was always the Saltine Steve Thompson of Minnesota. "I was real proud of the team navft Roller. 240-Douna lien when I was a kid you spent the late summer sweating out the arrival at the local drugstore of because of the way we came into a catch-up situation, it would have been a much easier game." "Had we made that field goal, ur boys would have held them." Faded Right Ingram's missed field goal at- tucky tackle, and 234-pouna Warriors, Navy was always back when we had to," Napper Florida State end Bob Mc- ocated in crabtown, and you said. Carson praised the Red Raid after Texas Tech had driven Eachern are big men for tne defense. Jones and Kich- ers, calling them "one of the bet Rock Perdoni.

Georgia Tech's All-American defensive tackae, could smell magnolia blossoms and taste hot biscuits every time they wrote of football in Dixie. ter teams we ve played this year." witn a big piay. The Tors took charge from the very first play from scirm-niage when big Loranger tailback Russell Chambers was hit hard, fumbled and Eddie Anglin recovered at the Wolves' 27. Six plays later quarterback Terry Perkins passed 19 yards for a touchdown to Anglin, who made a beautiful grab over a defender's shoulder while backing into the end zone. Only 3:14 had elapsed and Haynesville was already on top, 6-0.

After a Loranger punt, the Tors marched 43 yards for their second score which came on from their own 44 to the Georgia Tech seven, and were back up. The kick faded to the right said he played with an lniured efski have a massive offensive line that includes Melvin Hnlmes. 247. North Crolina They gave our offensive line rib through much ot tne second Anyway, the Annual was my Illustrated Football Annual. Probably because I was smaller, then and easier to impress, but the Annual had a way of laying out its pages to where you could almost smell the burning leaves of early autumn ana your spirits, satiated by a long hot summer of soared with the spiral of the football.

and missed by a few feet. If it a great deal of trouble, he half. Nonetheless, Feraom was a at Don Morrison. 256, Texas mi said. "But our players came in on 13 tackles and was named had been good, the Texas would have led 12-10.

Arlington: ana aari i nomas, through with a great game." the game's outstanding lineman 220-pound Houston tight end. first exposure to Nebraska. Nebraska wasn't Omaha and Lincoln and North Platte. It was Francis and Brock and Rhrig. Georgia Tech coach Bud Car for his performance Georgia Tech took an 8-3 record into the Sun Bowl, which is the nation's third oldest postseason classic.

Texas Tech, son, who watched his team come through in the Yellow Jackets' first Sun Bowl appearance, agreed with Carlen that the Austin Club Wins Texas The Corn Grows High which lost its sixth game in sev- Jimmy Meadors' three-yard Host Bears Today run. Tornado Halts Threat The trend of the game really AAAA Title became firm in the next few SAN ANGELO, Tex. (AP) Brownwood Wins Texas Title Again By Robert Heard AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) The Brownwood Lions scored twice in the second half on short drives set up by a penalty and an interception to whip the Cuero Gobblers 14-0 and captured their fifth Class AAA state foot Anotin Reagan caDturea lis Saints Look for Upset To Avoid Worst Year 1 third state Class AAAA champ minutes. Loranger's David Gueldner, taking a handoff from Chambers, returned the kickoff to the Haynesville 22 where he was pulled down from behind.

The Wolves got as far ionship in the last four years Nebraska's come a long way since those days, Baby. The Cornhuskers mowed through the late '40s with a lefthanded quarterback out of Boys Town named Tom Caro-dine, dug up a tailback named Nick Adducci who sounded like he overshot Notra Dame at South Bend, and turning into the '50s there was Bobby Reynolds. Bobby Reynolds, or Mr. Touchdown. A young boy with a crewcut who came out of Grand Island and turned college football inside out.

Every time you Saturday defeating uaessa rer-mian 21-14 before an estimated crowd of 17,500. as the three where they were By JERRY ESTILL Coach Travis Raven's Raid- stopped and the Golden Tornado promptly turned around and marched 97 yards for their NEW ORLEANS (AP) The ore used hall control and sev New Orleans Saints close out eral Permian mistakes to col ball championship in 11 years. third score. the season against the Chicago lect the victory. Superior execution by the It was an 18-play march, Bears Sunday needing an upset Reagan iumDed to a 14-0 lead Lions crushed the Cinderella highlighted by a 28-yard run by victory to avoid the worst sea son in their four-year history.

The Saints are 2-10-1 going Jack Concannon, who passed for four touchdowns last week, directs the Bear attack that has depended largely on the passing game since Sayers went out. "We know they have the talent in passing," said Coach J.D. Roberts of the Saints. "We have been working hard this week in preparation for that type of offense." Saint efforts to establish a sound running game to compliment Billy Kilmer's passing got a boost last week when Don McCall, a former Saint, was ob Cornhuskers Best into the game. They won three games in their maiden season team from South Texas that had scored upsets three out of the past four weeks to reach the finals.

Brownwood lost the ball twice on fumbles but the Gobblers had four turnovers, one fumble and three pass interceptions. On fourth and 17 from the in i5. crucago, meanwmie, looked up in Bobby's sophomore year he was running over somebody's goal-line. There was an all-American tackle, Forrest Behm, in 1940, alj center named Novak in '49, a tackle named Minnick in '52. 1 But football really outlived Annual at Nebraska with the arrival of the '60s, and in the first period with the initial score coming on a three-yard run by Doug Mitchell with 5:16 remaining in the period.

Billy Schott toed the extra point. On the first play following the ensuing kickoff, Reagan halfback Scotty Senter intercepted a Permian lateral and returned it 34 yards for the score. Schott again added the PAT. Permian came back to cut the margin to 14-7 with 8:33 remain feeling the absence of running back Gale Sayers, is 5-8. Ever at Nebraska? New Orleans showed a vastly 'Huskef Dave Walline .238 pounds of wrath By Tim Ahem improved attack last week in scoring four touchdowns against San Francisco and it -Til 1.1 i A.

A Cuero 28, punter Ricky Kasper fumbled the snap from center, tained on waivers from Pitts barely got off a low 19 yard Robert Devaney. Bob Devaney has a bettet burgh. games. Placekicker Paul Rog' ers booted through 69 points. will get anoiner swung iesi from the Chicago defense led He had an outstanding day kick to Steve cutbirtn, who had signaled for a fair catch, but winning percentage than any by linebacker Dick Butkus.

Sophomore Johnny Rodgers, ing in the second period on a 2-yard run by fullback Daniel Justis. Jeff Inglish tied the more offensive weapons than he could use, Devaney spread the glory around. Led by two No. 1 quarterbacks junior Jerry Tagge and Van Brownson Devaney alternated both effectively and they combined for '151 completions in 237 attempts for One of the most interesting another halfback, caught 35 LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -There was talk even before the Nebraska football season began that Coach Bob Devaney might have his best Cornhusker team ever.

The suggestion was heard more often after the Huskers, tied Southern California, then individual battles will be between Danny Abramowicz of point for conversion. passes for 665 yards and ran the ball for another 219. Quar Reagan scored again in the coacn going in 11 seasons his career record reads 113-28-6, better even than Charlie Mc-Clendon's 70-23-0 record in nine years at LSU. Devaney won so many games because he put out theams like terback Jerry Tagge threw second quarter on an 18-yard most of the passes, 165, com run by Mitchell with Schott 042 yards and 18 touchdowns. Dieted most.

104, and chalked high in the national rankings, in the second game of the sea again adding the point after touchdown. Reserve quarterback Mark Pass catching duties were shared by senior split end Guv that stretch he had from 1963-66 off 1,383 yards and 12 touchdowns through the air. Half was tackled. The 15-yard personal foul penalty put the ball on the Cuero 32 and Brownwood drove it in on 10 plays. Quarterback Shae Southall scored from the one.

In the final period, Cuero was pinned back to its 13 yard line by a 55 yard punt that rolled dead, and a first down pass was intercepted by Jerry Cross and returned 28 yards to the Cuero eight. Rodney Folsom crashed in from the three, three plays later. son. Thunder Thornton at fullback. Bob Brown at guard, against an rrancisco after only two days practice and is being counted on heavily this week.

The Bears are five-point favorites, but the Saints have one thing going for them they have never lost their last game of the season. A defeat Sunday, however, would give the Saints an excellent shot at the No. 1 pick in next month's pro football player draft. More than 60,000 persons are expected for the kickoff at 1 p.m. (CST).

Tom Dempsey, whose 63-yard field goal against Detroit earlier this year set a Dro foothall back Jeff Kinney legged for 661 Groves scored on a three-yard Nebraska closed out a 10-0-1 Walter Barnes and Larry Kra yards on foot. A Defensive Pasture season and moves into the Or the Saints and Bears' Dick Gordon, who leads the National Football Conference with 62 receptions. Abramowicz was the league's leading receiver last year, but he trails Gordon by 11 going into the final game and is tied with Gene Washington of San Francisco for second place with 51 catches. The task of overtaking Gordon would appear nearly impossible, but a good day by Abramowicz could land him in second place. He has caught 20 passes in the last three weeks for 385 yards.

ange Bowl clash with Louisiana run tor late the third period and Inglish kicked the extra point to close the margin the final 21-14 count. Reagan held Permian on a State with a No. 3 national The '69 Huskers on defense were called the Black Shirts. Eight of the eleven starters ranking. Oddly, however Devaney, al fourth and goal situation in the graduated, so Devaney rebuilt Reaaan 14 7 0 021 though he contends the 1970 Husker team is the best in the Permian 0 7 7 014 Ingles 34 catches for 603 yards and eight touchdowns and sophomore flanker Johnny Rodgers, one of the best breakaway threats ever at Nebraska.

He caught 35 passes for 665 yards and seven scores. Rodgers also ran two punts back for touchdowns and scored in every game but one. Running out of the I-forma-tion, the rushing chores were shared almost equally by senior Joe Orduna, returning after sitting out 1969 with knee surgery, and junior Jeff Kinney- Orduna carried 187. times for and came up witn Murtaugn, and 205-pound sophomore ND fourth period and then played ball control to collect the state 4-AAAA title. The Austin team had the ball 20 more offensive plays than the Willie Harper, and Eddie Per- Reagan Mitchell 3 run (Schott kick) Reagan Senter 34 yard interception of lateral.

(Schott kick) Permian Justis 2 run. (Inqllsh kick) Reagan Mitchell 18 run (Schott kick) Permian Groves 3 run (Inqllsh kick) nation, is not ready to say it's the best team he has had in nine years at Nebraska. He says he will make that judge record for length, will be honored in post-game ceremonies. iard, an all-league middle guard who's only 201 pounds on Panthers and outgamed the a 5-foot-9 frame. ment alter the urange uowi test.

Defensive backs Bill Kosch and Joe Blahak intercepted Tech Registers Fifth Straight Odessans by a 270-214 margin in total offense. Both teams stayed mainly on the ground in a game played in chilly temperatures and under a heavv seven and six enemy passes 334 yards and 14 scores while Bob Terrie, a transfer at linebacker, was a standout. So cloud cover. Winds were gusty Kinney rushed 146 times for 661 was monsterman Dave Morock. Win by Nudging William Carey yards and five touchdowns.

out oi me norm. Brownwood 7 7 ii Dave Walline, 238 pounds, made the all-league team at defensive Cuero a 0 0 00 Times Sports Service Corley got 14 each and Bob BRN-Southall 1 run (Folsom kick) BRN-folium 3 run (Folsom kick) A 10,000. margin to a mere two points, 40-38, at halftime. tackle. And there was Donnie Mc- The Husker offense didn't jell until midway through the season although it showed flashes during the first five games.

In their last six games the cradshaw 10. HATTIESBURG. Miss. Ghee, 245 pounds, as Newton's Necaise was the game's tOD The Crusaders finally caught Louisiana Tech's Bulldogs kept scorer with 32 points and Ricky Aide Replaces fiartner at tackle. Ana uuy ngles, all of 158 pounds on a Devaney's nine-year Nebraska record shows five Big Eight Conference titles and a tie for a sixth plus seven bowl appearances.

Devaney is the nation's win-ningest coach with a lifetime record of U3-286-, at Nebraska, that mark is 78-18-1. The 1970 Huskers are different from past Devaney clubs. He built his reputation earlier on turning out crunching defensive clubs he calls his No. 1 defensive unit the "Black Shirts" while the offensive teams tended toward three yards and a cloud of dust. However, the accent this year has been on an explosive offense second in the nation in scoring with 37.2 points a game and an average of 421.3 yards one of the state's longest Huskers beat Kansas 41-20, Oklahoma State 65-31, Colorado 29- orxer cnipped in 15 more for mer at tackle, Tony Jeter at split end and Freeman White at tight end, Wayne Meylan at middle guard, LaVerne Allers at guard, and Larry Wachholz at safety.

Every one an all-American. There were quarterbacks, too, like Fred Duda and Bob Chur-chich and Frank Patrick. Harry "Wilson and Ben Gregory were stickout runners, as was Wee Willie Ross who wasn't big enough to lift Bob Brown's helmet. Devaney had another all-American in '68, guard Joe Armstrong, but I suspect Joe -wasn't as good a lineman as one of Devaney's non all-Americans of '61, Roland McDole. So now you know where Nebraska's been at.

Let's see where they're going. They're going to Miami with a 10-0-1 record that includes a 21-21 tie Southern Cal, the team that blitzed Notee Dame. This Devaney's second unbeaten powerhouse the '65 Husk- were 10-0-0 before being nudged by Alabama, 39-28, in the Orange Bowl. The 'Huskers have piled up 2,554 yards rushing and 2,080 yards passing, which adds up to a record 4,634 yards on attack. The Big Red has scored 409 points, or 37.1 per game.

They rolled to 51 touchdownwns in 11 games. The '70 Cornhuskers have two ail-Americans in 248-p tackle Bob (Fig) Newton and linebacker Jerry Murtaugh. Halfback Joe Ordu-na, a homegrown senior from 'Omaha, ripped off 834 net yards and scored 86 points in 11 Jackson Coach 5-foot-9 frame, at split end where he snatched 34 passes for 13, Iowa State 54-29, Kansas basketball victory streaks alive here Friday night, but found the going touch before finally sub State 51-13 and Oklahoma 28-21. wnuam Larey. Carey enjoyed a slight edge in field goal percentage, hittinr on 26 of 54 for a 48.1 readine.

603 yards. This was the beef with which JACKSON, Miss. (AP) Ul duing William Carey College, 77-76. Nebraska ra its non-losing streak 18 games in a row, while Tech made good on 32 of 68 for a 47.1 clip. The Bulldogs ysses McPherson, head football coach at Jackson State College, was fired and an assistant.

Taylor Voted 49ers' Award Tech, ranked 13th in the iecn witn two minutes left in the game and went ahead, 74-73, with 4:45 to play. Tech's Mike Green then came back with a pair of free shots to shove the Bulldogs on top again, 75-74, with 1:20 left. Tech then forced the Crusaders into a turnover and after taking possession, Andy Knowles was fouled and calmly hit both ends of a one-and-one free throw situation, shoving Tech on top by a 77-74 count. Necaise promptly bombed a won its sixth conference title in current UPI College Division vwnea a qi-w, edge re bounds. Robert Hill, took his place, the poll, won its fifth straight after eight years and a third-place school announced Saturday.

an opening-season loss and now LA. TECH (77) SAN FRANCISCO (AP) His McPherson coached the team takes a brief breather before tga fg fta ft rb pf tp ranking in tne nation. Eight of the 'Huskers made the all-Big Eight team. Next up: LSU! teammates on the San Francisco 49ers have voted the 1970 Eshmont memorial Award to for two seasons, compiling a 6-13 record. Jackson State was 4-7 this season.

Knowlet 11 Corley 17 Thornton 1 Green 13 Robertsan 4 per contest. participating in the McNeese Holiday Invitational on Dec. 28-29. Defensively, the Huskers weren't as overpowering as past Jenkins 10 The college said only that The loss was William Carey's Deville 2 Bradshaw a years but they managed to Odom 2 McPherson was being replaced because of "coaching staff problems." He is to continue as bucket for Carey and the gap was one again, 77-76. Trying to run out the clock, Tech had a traveling violation with five seconds left, but William Carey Totals a 3i 13 41 It 77 free safety Roosevelt Taylor, it was announced Saturday.

Taylor, 30, is winding up his first full season with the team, and the award is his teammates' tribute to his reliability and effectiveness as a' defensivp Wells to Play Against 49ers OAKLAND (AP) Oakland fifth against three wins, but the Crusaders, after being down by as many as 14 in the first half, almost overcame Tech in the final minutes. come up with big plays at key points during the season. The Huskers topped the Big Eipht defensively, allowing only assistant professor of physical education. WILLIAM CAREY (7s) tga fg fta ft rb pf tp 20 11 if 10 7 5 32 .7176748 Necaise 16.1 points per game, while Hill, who played with the 5al- After Tech produced its big player. they were No.

2 in yardage missea on its iinai opportunity, a shot from the corner, and the Bulldogs had their fifth straight win. Raider wide receiver Warren Wells is free on his own recog timore Colts, and with Toronto gest lead of the game with yielded with a 306.8 average Farrell Corker McKensle Prince Watts Stevenson Harris Totals The Eshmont Award was ps. .11 7 5 1 8 5 15 5 2 3 3 0 1 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 12 2 6 3 4 1 1 2 2 2 1 4 .6 3 0 0 5 1 about two yards more than approximately 7:00 left in the first half. Carev followed the tablished in 1957 by Tony a founder of th 40or Green paced the Bulldoes yielded by Kansas State. of the Canadian Football League, is the first Jackson State alumnus to play in the pros.

nizance enabling him to play in todays National Football League game against the San Francisco 49ers. 54 26 30 24 40 20 74 deadly shooting of 6-5 forward with 19 points and 15 rebounds wnen the Huskers had the Srr by Halves: Louisiana Tech William Carey honor of Len Eshmont, a member of the original team in 1946. 40 3777 31 31 76 MiKe iecaise to slice the while Knowles and Georee ball, they moved. Loaded with ti i a i lAil.

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