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May Pass Notre Dame In Voting Scratch ^ Different Ways Hiitcliinson News Monday, Sept. 13, 1971 Page » _ _ _ i Huskers Impressive ~J*fi KU, KSU Surprising • the country feci the Big Eight 7 I (^_^ Conference, top to bottom, is 3 ASSOCIATED PRESSjOregon State 56-25 and No. 19!falling inches short of the -Washington trampled UC-'f'^ toughest grid conference in, KANSAS CITY (AP) - Piit Bi2 Eight's poorest defense last tlie nation against the mshing By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Nebraska and Oiiio State, which have long had the winning habit under veteran Coaches Bob Devaney and Woody Hayes, posted impressive vidoi-ios Saturday as the liWl college football season got under way. Five other members of 'Hie Associated Press' Toj) Twenty however must be v.isiiing tiiey hadn't scheduled an early opener. Oregon State 56-25 and No. 19!falling inches Stanfoi'd eased past Missouri j cro.ssbar when 19-0. Friday night, 16th rated Alabama fumed back No. 5 Southern California 17-10, making Bear Bryant only the sixth coach ever to acliieve the magic number of 200 victories. Tile other eight teams in the Top Twenty didn't open this weekend. Nebraska's junior college import Gai-y Dixon .scored three touchdomis, Jeff Kinney rolled Jack Dustin leaped up and bat ted the ball into the end zone Northwestern'si Santa Barbara 65-7, the Huskies" most points in 27 years. •—Kent State's Gordon Ober, Devane\- called Nebra.ska's!up 124 yards and quartci-back Jeriy Tagge completed eight of 10 for 98 yards and .set a 34-7 rout of Oregon "a great oi>ening win againsi a good Oregon team" while Hayes'^school career passing record of Buckeyes chunied out 402 yards j2,939 yards, on the ground and crushed! Don Lamka, switched from Iowa 52-21 in vshat the gruff old! coach called "a new style of football we started this year." That's a joke, son. 2nd and 11 th The Comhuskers, defending national champions, wei-e ranked second and Ohio State lltli in The AP's pre-.season poll. Elsewhere, fourth-rated Michigan wore down No. 20 Northwestern 21-6 m a key Big Ten opener but Jiinth-rankcd I>oui- siana State fell to Colorado 3121, Pitt upset No. 15 UCLA 2925 and 17th-rated Georgia Tech bowed to South Carolina 24-7. Meanwhile, eighth-ranked Arkansas stormed past California 50-21, No. 18 Georgia buried defensive back to qmulerback to replace Rex Kcm, piled up lOO yards on tlie f^round and 60 •more through the air and scored four times to lead Ohio State over Iowa. Felt Like Custer Fullback John Blcd.soe tacked on 151 yards, leading Iowa's Frank Lauterbur to moan, "With all tlieir iiinning backs T fell like Cu.ster all those Indians." Michigan'.? Dave Il;\ther scored once on an 18-yard end around and again on a freak fumble recoveiy in the end zone. Placekieker Dana Coin's 52- yard field goal attempt was where Rather fell on it for a'who suffered a shoulder separa- 14-0 Michigan tion on the opening kickoff, booted a 20-yard field goal with 20 seconds left, giving the Flashes a 23-21 win over North touchdowns• Caroliiia Slate. —•Toledo drubbed East Carolina 45-0, .stretching the nation's longest winning streak to 24 games. dlfeated Washington State, 34-0. It was the first lime since 1952 Kansas had .shutout touchdown and lead. Sharpshooting Joe Ferguson completed 1(1 of 27 pa,s,sos for! 228 yarfls and two and scored twice himself to lead Arkansas over California, Ilot-shot sophomoi-e (Jliarlie Davis debuted with 175 yai'ds and two toiichdov/n.s in Colorado's triumph over I>oiiisiana State. The favored Tigers, famed for their rushing defense in jari oi-ponerit m an oix^ning i-cc(;nt .sea.sons, were chewed npi,,.y|,f, for 296 yards by the Buffaloes. Saturday's College Football Results Saturday's Collcgo Football Results By The Associated Press East Central Conn St 21, Springfield 0 Coast Guard 21, Maino Maritime 6 Falrnnont 20, Waynesburg o Indiana U, Pa, 26, SI Norberl 7 Lehigh 28, Hofstra Unlv 0 South Bluefleld State 28, Concord Collcgo 12 Carson-Nev/man 17, East Tenn Slalo 10 Catawba Col 37, Livingstone Col o Colorado 31, Louisiana State 21 Duke 12, Florida 6 East Kentucky 20, SE Loidslnna 12 Elon College 7, Wofford 6 Florence State 24, Middle Tenn St U Florida State 24, South Mississippi 9 Frosfburg State 37, St Paul'.t Col 6 Georgetown Col 7, Bluftton 0 Georgia 56, Oregon State 2.5 Grambllns Col 31, Morgan State 13 Kent State 23, No Carolina St 21 Kentucky 13, Clemson 10 Kentucky State 34, Langslon 7 Livingston Slate 10, Jacksonville St 9 McNeese St 47, East Texas SI 3 Memphis State 30, West Texas State 0 Mississippi 29, Long Beach SI 13 Mississippi Val 8, Alabanna A&M 7 Murray State 32, West Carolina 7 Navy 10, Virginia 6 Newberry Col 27, Emory & Henry 7 North Carolina 28, Richmond 0 NE Louisiana St 14, Ouantico Marine 13 NW Louisiana St 24, Guslav Adolphus 10 Northwood Mich 20, Glenvllle Stole 19 Salem College 6, West Liberty 6 Shepherd Col 14, West Vn Wesley 0 South Carolina 24, Georgia Tech 7 South Caro St 9, Bothune-Cookmn 0 Toledo 45, East Carolina 0 Tulane 15, Texas Tech 9 Vandorbllt 20, Chnttanoooa 19 Villanova 28, Maryland 13 Wake Forest 27, Davidson Col 7 West Virginia 45, Boston Collone 14 West Va Slate 20, West Vi> Tech 7 William,& Mary 35, citadel 28 Midwest Albion 9, Taylor 0 Alma College 7, Ferris Stat'' 6 Augustann, S.D. 10, St Cloud Stale 6 Ball Stale 9, Cent Michigan ft Buena VIsta 10, Wostmnr College ft Colorado College 16, William Jewel 13 ConcordlaT, Neb. 28, Concordia C(,l 6 Dakota St Col 19, SW Minnor.ot,i 14 Dakota Wesley 34, Sloux Falls o Dayton 16, Clnclnnall 3 Doane College 7, Yankton 7 Eastern Illinois 27, wise, Slevons P East Michigan 50, Wise, Oshkosh n Ft Hays Kans 33, Missouri South 7 Hamlino Unlv 27, Belliel, Minn. 13 Hastings Col 24, Midland D Hillsdale Col 28, Mankato State 0 10 Jamestown 22, Black Hills St 4 Kansas 34, Washington St 0 Kearney Stale 26, Colo School Mln o Lea College 30, William Penn 16 Luther Collcqe 31, Valley Clly o Manchester 21, Adrian 6 Mayvlllo Slate 10, Huron Coll'.'ae 7 Michigan 21, Northwestern 6 Michigan Stale 10, Illinois 0 Michigan Tech 54, Northland Col 0 Minnesota 28, Indiana 0 Minn Dululli 10, Wise, Superior 0 Nobrnskn 34, Orngon 7 Nebraska Wesley 26, Dnr.a Collcno 6 No Dakota St 42, Northern Arl/ona 9 NE Missouri St 22, Northern Iowa 9 North 74, Wise, Whllewalor 0 Northern SI, S.D. 15, MInnosoto-Morris 14 Ohio Slate 52, town 21 Oklahoma Slalo 26, Mississippi St 7 Panhandle Slalo 26, East New Mox 13 Rocky Mountain 9, So D.ikota Tecli 0 St John's, Minn. 49, Wartburg 13 St Joseph's, Ind. 44, tndi,ina Contrnl 7 SI Procopius Col 14, Dubuque ft Simpson Collcqe 12, Elmhurst Col 0 So Dakota Stole 26, St Thomas Col / Stanford 19, Missouri 0 Sterling College 21, Mcpherson Col 0 .Stoul Stale 14, Lakeland Col 6 Tarklo College 14, Peru State 12 Upper Iowa 17, Milton College 0 Utah Stale 10, Kansas St Unlv / Valparaiso 27, Wabash 6 Washburn 28, Missouri Vol ley 6 Western Illinois 23, Indiana Slate 21 West Michigan 35, Illinois St Unlv / Wisconsin 31, Norlhorn Illinois 0 Wise, Eau Claire 21, MacAlcsl'.'r / V/IBC, LaCrosso 56, Winona Stale 0 Wise, Pialtoviile 32, nemidll SMIe 15 Wise, RIv Falls 13, Augsburg 7 Southwest Angclo St 21, Prairie View 14 Arkansas 51, Calilornia 20 Arkansas Tech 31, Emporia SI Col 14 Brlghom Young 41, North Texas 51 13 Harding Col 3'^ Austin College / Houston Unlv 23, Rico 21 Mov/ard Payne 7, Texas Lutheran 0 Ou,=rchlta 21, Bishop Collcqe 6 Sam Houston SI 13, Lamar Tech I? Texas, El Paso 38, Texas, Arllnqlon 9 Texas A8.M 41, Wichita Slate 7 Come From Behind Dave Havern's 10-yard pass to 1 .7eslie Block in the final period enabled Pitt to come from behind and topple UCLA in a wild affair. The Panthers' starting quarterback, John llo- gari, .scored one TD and pas.sed 21 yards for another. South Carolina, coming off a disappinting .sea.son and starting,' its year as an independent after withdrawing from the Atlantic Conference, used safeties, a blocked piinl, a pxint return and a sastained drive to smother Georgia Tech. Star defensive back Dickie Harris l)Iocked the punt, whieh .limmy Nash carried 15 yards for a touchdown, and returned another punt 77 yards U) score himself. Another defender, Georgia's Buzy Rosenberg, scored on punt returns of 66 and 79 yards and sophomore quarterback .A.ridy Johnson also tallied twice in Georgia's romp over-Oregon Stale. lfillar>' •Sho<;kley'.s 52-yard frallop .started Stanford past iMis.souri and Don Bunco, suc- cc^ssor to Ifeisman Trophy-winning ciuarterhack Jim Pliinkcit, pas,sed 20 yards to sophomore .lohn Wine.sberry for another TD. In other riolewor1.hy performances ; —F(He Wood gained 214 yards for a school record as West Virginia thrashed Boston College 45-14. ——Micliigan State beat Illinois 10-0. a bitter debut for the mini's Bob Blackmail, whose Dartmouth tt^anis hadn't been blanked since 1960. "I have never had a team that made half as many mistakes," said Blackmail. Diikc I'lills Upset —Steve ,Jones rambled for 204 yards and set up four field go.'ils by Dave Wright as Duke ui>.set Florida 12-f>, allhinigli .lohn Heaves of the lo.sers broke Sl(we Spurrier's school total offense career mark. Grid Giants Still Winless Yardstick Fir?;! dov/ns Ru5hc5-y,irds Passing yardngo Return yard.igfi Pri',se-i Punls Furnbles lo-.f Yards pfrn^ili^iyi Steolors Giants 17 12 33-114 24-78 214 175 35 15 ?0 37 0 17-35-4 SSI 7-43 3 0 70 58 NEW YORK (AP; ~ A* 55- yard and nai play from quarterback Terry Bradshaw to running back John Fuqua high- lighUid a 15-point fourth quarter as the Pittsburgh, Steelers defeated the New York Giants 20,3 in a National Football licaguc exhibition game Sunday. Bi-ad-shaw hit Fuqua with a three-yard pass in the right flat and the former Morgcm State College star scampered the remaining 52 yards. In the second period Brad- shiiw directed a 10-play, ,57- yard drive for the first Steeler .score with running back Pre^ ston Pearson diving over from the one for the touchdown. The Giants came back late in the period with a 32-yard field goal by Pete (iogolak after a fu.mble by Fuqua at Pittsburgh's 2,5-yard line. After a scoreless tliird i^eriod an interception by Steelers' rookie linebacker Jack Ham led to a 17-yaixI field goal by Roy Gerala. Six minutes later, Ham again intercepted, his tliird of th: day, and again after a Stjeeler drive was stymied, Gcrela kicked his second field goal, a 27- yardea-. It was the winless Ciiants' sixth straight preseason loss while the Steelers won theii third against two losses. Most people in this section of jthe country feci the Big Eight 'Conference, top to bottom, is the toughest grid conference in the country. But there are those who claim the Pacific Eight or the Scjutii- east Conference is No. 1. Saturday, six Big Eight teams saw action, three against Fac-8 foes, and two against SEC opponents. The outcome of these games shows the Big Eight with a 2-1 mark against the Pac-8 as Nebraska walloped an Oregon team considered by many a threat to defending conference champion Stanford; Kansas defeated Washington State 34-0, which was no surprise, except for the fact that Kansas held scoreless an offense ttiat was supposed to be more potent tlian the one that .scored 31 pouits agaiast the Jayhawks last year; and, final- y, Stanford, the Rose Bowl champ, defeated Missouri 19-0 Ln a game that was almost a carbon copy of pre-game forecasts, which figured Mi-ssouri to show a solid defense but weak ) Against the SFX:. Big Eight teams chalked up a 2-0 mark, and both victories were upsets— acCT)rding to national predictions. In those games. Colorado blasted ninth-ranked Louisiana State, 31-21, and Oklahoma State bnished aside Mississippi State, 2G-7. The SEC established aJi early domination over the Pac-8 with Alabama whipping No. 5 ranked USC 17-10 and Georgia humbling Oregon State 56-25. Arkansas, Southwest Conference power, maide hay of California, 51-20. Another ranked Pac-« team, UCI^A, was biunped by Pitt 2!)-25 as Pepper Rodgers made an unsuccessful debut as Bruin head coach. Scoring New York 0 3 0 0—3 Pitt- Pearson 1 run (Gcrnia kick) MY- -PC—Go<|Olnk 32 Pill ~FG—Gorela 17 Pill -FG-Gerola 27 Pill-F-uqua 55 pass from Bradshaw (Gerola kick) A- 67,093. /*/» I'onllmll litnittdup Far West Alaharna 17, Southern Cnl 10 noise Male 42, Idaho 14 Dickinson Stain 30, Carroll, MonI, 15 Hiiywnrd Sliilu 18, l-rosno Slate 14 MlniTil, Ohio 1/, Pnclllc Unlv 10 Nov/ Mexico SI /, Drake Unlv J Norlh D.-ikota 17, /^Tlonl.ina Stale 15 PltlslHlrqll 29, OCl.A 25 i,in Pranclsc(i .SI 35, Puoot Souritl :i4 Washinqlon 6.';, Cil 11, SHarbar .T 7 Wyomin!) 47, South Dakota VII The News Footbowl Quiz (Mark out team you believe will Civc margin for winner, not game score, Mark out ~ do not underline.) Example: XXXXXX a< [ U. M Games for week ending Sept. 18 Baylor at Kans ^i .s — Minnesota at Nebraska - - Missouri at Air Forw RMU at Oklaliorna - — Wyoming at (Jolorado , . • Idalio at Iowa State Stanford at Army — Wisconsin at Syracuse Kentucky at Jndi .'uia Iowa at Oregon St Mich. St. at Georgia Tech — Purdue at Washington Tulane at Georgia — Texas' at ua >A West Virginia at Califonuji Name. Address, It is not necessary to use this blank. You may make a.s many as needed for the family, one entry per person. Clip and mail in envelope to Football, care of Hutcli- inson News, Hutchinson, Kan., .300 West 2nd, 67.501, not later than Friday noon. You may copy and mail on postcard, but do NOT clip and paste or staple on postcard. By George, He Did It Again By THE AS,SOCIATED PRESS Ageless (Icorge Blanda continues to- .show the youngsters how to do it ill pro football. ni .'iiida, an athletic .senior citizen at 43, threw a 54-yard toiiclKlown antl kicked a 31-yard field goal fx» lead the Oakland Raiders to a 24-3 victxi- \y over the Baltimore Colls in a National POOIIKIII fjcague exhibition .Saturday tvlglit. Tlin' victory was the fifth in a row for the Raiders and gave tlu 'liiii |>aii.icular satisfaction in tliat it. revoi',sed the oiitcoinc of the American Conference litJe game last .seiison. The Ci )ll .,s won thai one and wcMit on to be4it Dallas in the Super Bowl. (Chiefs Ixtso liv otlier results on the hist Saturday of the NFt, pre-.sea,son schedule, Dallas whipiwd Kans;us City 24-17, Sail Diego downed Atlinila 21-14, Min- iii'.sdta idiitcd Miami 24-0 iiiul (.'iiiciiinati and Wiishiiigton played to a 17-17 tie. Plaiula \m\m\ bis long TD to Kreil Biletnikoff in Ihii (lator iiowl at Jacksonville, h 'la. "1 jii .st had Uie right play calh.'fl on thai pass," Blanda I commented, addiiiig "you don't have to look gwxJ when you llirow tlie hall as long as it looks g ()(Ml down at the catching end." As for nii.ssing his try for a second field goal Old Gtwge Faclory-trained Sorvioo oil those Component Stereo System: • Scott • Maranl/, • Pioneer • Kenwood • Sansui • [^"naso'ii'-' , , • Harmon • Lafayette . ^^j.^,^,, LETT TV 508 E. 4th Mo 3-1181 said "if I made tliem all tliey couldn't afford to pay me enough to play." Quarterback Earl Morrall completed only nine of 31 passes for the c»lts. "A second early, a .second lato or overthrown, t:hat's the way it went," commented Morrall. A 7(>-yard TD from Morten to (Hosier Richardson with four minutes left gave Dallas its victory ovei' Kansas City and a i>erfect (i-O exliibilion it'corti. Ixin Dawson of the Chiefs wnipleted 10 of 12 passes for 221) yards and two touchdowiifi In the Cot.ton Iiowl game. Bill Kihner, .subbing at quarterback for the injured Sonny Jurgcn.son, fired a 42ryai -d pass to Jerry SiniUi in the last quarter to gain the deadlock for the Itedskins against the I3engals in Washington. .lolinsoii Breaks Away The j)lay came only a few minutes after LOssex Jolim-son had sprinted 43 yards for a louchdown that put Cincinnati ahead. With regidar John, Hadl given a rest, reserve quarterbacks Marty Domres and Wayne Clark led the Civargers over tiie l''iiIcons in Sa.ii Diogo. Tlie rushing of Clint Jones .sparketl the Vikingfj in tlieu" lionie field rout of tho Dolpliiiis. How They Fared Top Twenty At A Gtanco By Tho Associated Press How the Top Twenty teams in The As- soclatwl Press pre-season college football poll did on tho nrsi weekend of the 1971 season, last year's won-lost records listed. I. Noire Dame, 9-1, did not play. 3. Nebraska, 100-t, beat Oregon State 34-7. 3. Toxa.-;, 100, did not play. 4. Michigan, 9-1, beat Northwestern 21- b. 5. Southern California, 6-4-1, lost to Ala­ banna 17-10. 6. Auburn, 8-2, did not play. 7. Arkansas, 9-2, beat Calilornia 51-20. 8. Tennessee, 10-1, did not play. 9. Louisiana Stale, 9-2, lost to Colorado 31-21. 10. Oklahomo, 7-4, did not play. II. Ohio Stale, 9-0, beat Iowa 57-21. 12. Penn State, 7-3, did not play. . 13. Syracuse, 6-4, did not play, M. Arizona State, 100, did not play. 15. UCl-A, 6-5, lost to Pill 29-25. 16. Alabama, 6-5, beat Southern California 17-10. 17. Georgia Tech, 8-3, lost to South Carolina 24-7. IB. Georgia, 5-5, beat Oregon State 5625. 19. Stanford, 8-3, boat Missouri 19-0. 20. Northwoslern, 6-4, lost to Michigan 71-6. Patek, Otis Running Wild KANSAS CITY (A.P) — Fred Patek and Amos Otis of tiie Kansas City Royals became tlie American l^eague's best base stealing combination since 1917 Sunday. Patek got the pair's %th steal in the third inning against the Chicago Wliife Sox to put them on aliead of Oliicago's 19(^6 two- same of Don Buford and Tommie Agee. Patek's thinl inning steal was his 49111, high in the AL. Otis stole his 48th later the same inning, giving tlie two Royals 97. Ray Chiipman and Braggo Roth .swiped 103 bases between them for Cleveland in 1917. Beats the Derby NEW YORK (AI-^) - Tlierc was more money bet through New, York's Off "lYack Betting windows on the Preakiies.s tlian on the Kentuclcy Derby. Tlie Pi-eaktiess attracted $1,151,68(5 without the benefit of exacta or place and show wager^ ing. nie Derby 0TB win liandle was $727,642. 0TB made $196,953.20 on the Pi-eakncss, less employee salaries, rent and adveilising. Sixteen per cent of the jxiol was deducted. Breakage to the city amountod to more than $12,600. AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE SHOP Cylinder Head Work • Cylinder Boring Crankshaft Grinding • Valve Guide Knurling . . . \Ve do it all! AUTO. TRUCK. TRACTOR PARTS Some Foreign Cars, too. ROSE MOTOR SUPPLY, INC. 50 Years In This Business 109-111 E. Sherman MO 2-1254 KANSAS CITY (AP) - i>ut Kansas, Oklahoma State, Colorado and Kansas State down as the big surprises of the first week of actiom for Big Eight Conference football teams. The Kansas Jayhawks' victory over Washmgton State Saturday may not have been too much of a surprise but the .score of 34-0 certainly was. The Oklahoma State Cowboys walloped Mississippi State 26-7. Colorado made Coach Eddie Crowder look good. Crowder said his sophomore quarterback. Ken Johnson, "will be a fine quarterback." Johnson was and the Buffaloes upset Louisiana State m a night game 3121. Different Story Kansas State, expected to win rather easily, surprised in a different sort of way. The Wildcats bowed to Utah State 10-7. Nebraska and Missouri, the other Big Eight teams m action, surpised nobody. The national defendmg champion Comhuskers clobbered Oregon .34-7. Missouri lived up to its advance billing of good and not much offense and was beaten by Rose Bowl champion Stanford 194). Oklahoma and Iowa State launch their campaigns this week. Kansas moved 76 yards in 10 plays with tlie opening kickoff at Lawrence, Kan., witli Dan Heck scottmg around riglit end for the touchdown from U yards out. Washington State never recovered. By half time, it was 21-0 after Steve Conley bolted over from thie six and Heck fouad Conley with an 11- yard TD pass. The Jayhawks, who had tiie Big Eight's poorest defense last si^iism, set up three scores with interceptions by Mark Geraghty and Joe Shannon and a 30-yard return of a fumble plucked out of the air by Tommy Oakson. New Kansas Coach Don Fam- brought praised his defense. "To be perfectly honest," Fambrough said, "I didn't think we could .shut them out because \'v'ashington State has a potent offense. We certainly leaked at times but, boy, when they had to make the big play, tliey did." OSU Explosive Oklalioma State threw a double barreled quarterback piuich of Tony Pounds and .sophomore Brent Blackman at Mississippi State at Stillwater, Okla., plus the magnificent rushing and pass receiving of Dick Graham. Graham ignited the Cowboys' offense with an 81-yard punt return for a TD in the opemng quarter. He scored agam in tlie foui-ih period by catching a 21- yard pass from Poimds. Okla­ lioma State ground out 157 yards lushmg and added 194 yards, passing. Charlie. Davis, a sophomore lilie Johnson, collected 17,5 yards through LSU's vaunted defense at Baton Rouge, La. He scored twice on runs of 47 and three yards. Johnson put the buffs ahead in the first period with a seven-yard pass to Willie Nichols. Cliff Branch, the Colorado track star, broke the game open with a 75-yard touchdown on a^unt return after the Buffs had nursed a 10-7 haJftime advantage. LSU was ranked ninth in the pre-season poU and led tlie nation against the mshing game a year ago. Kansas State succumbed to Mickey Doyle's 43-yard field goal with 7:28 remaining at Manhattan, Kan. The Wildcats got off only one good drive, a 96-yard march aided by two 15- yard penalties on 11 plays in the fourth quarter with Bill Butler crashing off tackle from t^vo yards away. Tlie Wildcats, aocustxmied to piluig up the aerial yardage wliile Lynn Dickey was around, could muster only 39 yards while Utah State stacked up 130. "Our offense was very mcon- sistent," said a disappointed Kansas State Coach Vince Gibson. "I thought our defense did real good. Two or three key plays kiUed us." Nebraska, ranked No. 2 in the pre-season poll, had too mucli defense for Oregon in their game at Lincoln, Neb., not to mention offense. The Comhuskers held tlie Ducks to 86 yards rushing. Gary Dixon, a junior college transfer, scored three times on runs of two, two and six yards. The Comhuskers, extending their string of games without a loss to 20, made sustained marches of 67, 47 and 99 yards for tlieir first three touchdowns. Quarterback Jerry Tagge set Nebraska's all-tune passing yardage record with eight completions on 10 tosses for 98 yards. He has a career total of 2,989 yards, eclipsing the old mark of 2,935 set by Bob Churcliich. Missouri's offense couldn't pick up a first dovm until 8:25 remained in the second quarter against Stanford at Columbia, Mo. GARY PLAYER'S GOLF CLASS: The waggle I'M 61A0 TO SEE \ „ you WAGSUNG THE ClUB,TOM.TH/>T^ IT^ IS fi. GRMT WAV 10 DESTROY TENSION /IND SET UP GOOP RHyTHM. BUT I'PIIKE YOU TO Pl/ICE THECIUBHE/IP BEHIND THE Mil A6AW. SEE.'YOUR HANDS/IRE IN A VERY BAD POSITION /»ITH0UGH YOU' VSTARTED WITH/1 V FINE GRIP. •CAviNvmio'C hcwt»*#Bf** \.ro. t*7l FORt bank The First National Bank now comes in two's! Two banks.,. twice as much convenience and service. Choose the bank that's closest to you. 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