Around The Big Eight Iowa State AMES, Iowa (AP) — Coacl Johnny Majors welcomed bad. several more players off Iowa State's lengthy injured Us Monday, including place kicke Reggie Shoemake. "Our.injury situation is get ting better, but not as quickh as I would like," Majors com mented during the Iwo-hou drill. "Dean Carolson, Mike Ter rizzi, Steve Burns, Henrj Lewis, Bob Matey, Tom Wilcoj and Larry Marquardt are stil nursing injuries so we had contrac hold them out of work," Majors said. "We are going to let Shoe make kick a short time each .day this week then send him in to work on weights to build up his strength," kicking coach Arch Steel said. Shoemake, a place kicker was released from the hospita Sunday after missing three practice sessions with mononu cleosis. Idaho, the Cyclones' season opening opponent, "will come in here like caged tigers," Ma jors warned his squad after the Vandals' 42-14 Boise State. "They could upset loss to come in here and beat a Big Eight team and build their whole season on it, said Majors, "so I am sure they will be ready for us." Oklahoma Stale STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) Coach Floyd Gass mentioned an overlooked but important point in Oklahoma State's victory of over Mississippi State during OSUfs quarterback club meeting Monday. "We didn't give the defense bad field position," he said. "We didn't give up a fumble or a pass interception in bad field position." The Cowboy defense showed as well. The Bulldogs Tan only 11 plays in OSU territory and only four inside the Poke 30 yard lined. Gass also had some comments on the Cowboy's next opponent, Arkansas Razorbacks. "We're running into a seasoned football team," head. "They have six starters back on offense and five'back on defense. "The important thing is that we're going over their as winners. The people of Arkasas think we come over their every year 1 just to play well, but we're going over their to win." Kansas LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) The Kansas Jayhawks, fresh from an exhilirating 34-0 season-opening victory over Washington State, got back to work Monday in a two-hour practice. Coach Don Fambrough said his charges would go through another intensive session tomorrow, then ease off so they'll be in peak condition for Saturday's tilt with Baylor. •Fambrough said he ,> was pleased with Monday's workout, and said much attention will be focused the rest of the week on the kicking game, which drew criticism from coaches viewing films of the Washington State encounter. Oklahoma NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — The Oklahoma Sooners worked out for a brief time Monday but coach Chuck Fairbanks called it a "good one, with a lot of enthusiasm." "I think we got quite a bit accomplished even though our practice time was shorter," he said. The Sooner's season opener is less than a'week away. They will host Southern Methodist at Owen Field. Angels Win Opener, 3-2 ANAHEIM (AP) - Rookie Mickey Rivers doubled, singled twice and scored two runs as the California Angels edged the Minnesota Twins 3-2 in the first game of a Iwi-night doubleheader Monday. FIRST GAME MINNESOTA CALIFORNIA ab r h bl r ab r h bl Tovar If 4000 Alomar ss 3000 Haydel p 0000 Rivers cf 4230 ni-ni'n 2b 3)00 Fregosl Ib 1111 Klllebrew Ib 4 1 31 McMullen 3b I 0 2 1 Ollva rf 401 0 Gonzalez If Cardenas ss 4000 Berry If Bn/o cf 4020 Parker 2b Mltterwld c 4 0 0 0 Repoz rf Soderhlm 3b 3 0 0 0 Stephnsn c Hamm p 1 0 1 0 Torborg c Renlck ph •) 0 0 0 RMay p Luebber p Carew 2b \ 0000 LAI I en p 1•«• , ' 3011 0000 3000 3000 2000 2010 3000 1000 Of AL West A's Near Clinching KANSAS CITY (AP) — Oakland's Jim "Catfish" Hunter became the American League's fourth 20-game winner Monday night, scoring the winning run on Rick Monday's llth-inning single that gave the A's a 2-1 victory over Kansas City. Hunter, who has lost 11, joined teammate Vida Blue, Detroit's Mickey Lolich and Wilbur Wood of the Chiago White Sox in the select circle. The victory also reduced to two the "magic number" that O's, Tigers Split * ' Frank Hits 500th HR BALTIMORE (AP) - Frank Robinson of Baltimore became the llth player in major league history to hit. 500 home runs drilling a pair as the Orioles split a Monday twi-night doubleheader with Detroit, winning 9-1, then losing 10-5. Robinson's momentous 500th, a shot into the left field seats with Bogg Powell aboard, came ;oo late to save the Orioles in the nightcap. FIRST DETROIT ab r h bl MStanley cf TTaylor 2b (aline rf Perrnoskl p rice ph r reehan c Denehy p ilbrlh p Lane rf ' Cash Ib ARodrgez 3b 4 0 0 0 Brown If 2000 Srnkman ss 3010 Kilkenny p 1000 Selbach p 0000 Hosley c 2000 GAME BALTIMORE' ab r h bi 4121 Blair cf 3320 4000 Belanger ss 4010 3010 Rettenmd If 2310 0000 FRoblnsn rf 4223 1000 Shopay If 1011 2000 BRobinsn ,3b 5 1 1 1 0000 JPowell Ib 2001 0000 DJohnson 2b 3 0 1 3 1010 Etchebrn c 5000 3000 McNally p 3000 Total 30 1 5 1 Total 32 9 9 9 etrolt 000 000 001 — Baltimore 30201210X—9 DP—Baltimore 2. LOB—Detroit 5, Baltimore 11. 2B—Blair, Rettenmund. HR—F.Robinson (24), B.Robinson (16), \A.Stanley (5). SB—Belanger. S—McNally. IP H R ER BBSO 22-3 21-3 Cilkenny (L.4-5) . ielbach Denehy Gilbrth errnoskf \AcNally (W.19-4) 2-3 1 1-3 0 2 3 9 S SECOND GAME DETROIT BALTIMORE ab r h bl ab r h bi \AAuliffe 2b 6011 Buford If' 2020 ARodrgez 3b 6 2 2 0 Motton If 3220 Brown If 5122 Rettenmd cf 4 0 2 0 Lane If 0000 JPowell Ib 5112 Cash Ib 5320 FRobinsn rf 4112 Freehan c 5231 Hendrcks c 2000 ^orthrup rf 4000 Etchebrn c 2000 ^Stanley cf 5222 BRobinsn 3b 3 1 1 0 Brnkman ss 5032 DJohnson 2b 4 0 1 1 Nlekro p oooo Belanger ss 4 o. 0 0 ichermn p 4011 PDobson p GJackson p Salmon ph Dukes p Boswell p Blair ph 1000 0000 1000 0000 1000 1000 Total Detroit altimore 4510169 Total 303 020 001 000 375105 020 —10 013—5 E—D.Johnson, altimore 9. LOB—Detroit 2B—Cash, Buford Jrinkman/ Reltenmund, A.Rodriguez, .Robinson) Motton. HR—G.Brown (10), .Robinson (25). H R ER BB SO 10020 9 .Niekro cherman (W.10-6) '.Dobson (L.17-8) Jackson ukes Boswell IP . 1-3 82-3 . 22-3 . 1 1-3 . 2-3 . 41-3 PB-Hendrlcks. T—3:03. A-13,292. Nagle Grabs Seniors Title PORTSMOUTH, Va. (AP) — Cel Nagle of Australia won the World Professional Seniors golf hampionship here Monday with a 4 and 3 victory over American seniors champion ulius Boros of Ft. Lauderdale, ^la. Nagle led all the way in the cheduled 36-hole title match, vhich resumed at the 14th hole f the Bide-a-Wee course Monlay morning after being halted >y heavy rain Sunday. Falcon B-Team Thrashes Andale LANGDON — Two touchdowns ach by Steve Holmes and Allen Campbell and one from ,yle Smith powered the Fair- ield B-team to a '34-0 football victory over the Andale B-team Monday night. Smith's five-yard run opened Total 33 2*,<r', Total • 2* 3 8;3 Minnesota ...... 6 0 0 101 0 00-J California •...... 1 02 0 00, 0 Ox -3 E-Rlverj, HaYdel. DP-Mlnnesota 2, California ' 1. LOB-Mlnnesota 6, California 9. 2B-Rlvers, Hamm, Ollva. HR-Klllebrew (24). SB-Rivers. S- Fre90Sl ' IP HRERBBSO Hamm (L,2-3) 4 « 3 3 1 2 Luebber * 2 0 0 2 2 Havdt | 2 0 0 0 3 2 R.May (W,10-ll)-.. « * 2 I | ' L Allen 3 ' ° ° ' 3 ' Save _T.Cox. WP-Luebber. T-2:37. he door, giving Fairfield a 6-0 ead in the first quarter. Holmes' six-yard.run in the same quarter nade ithe score 12-0. Campbell scored on a 69-yard >ass from Don Dunn in the second . iquafter. Srnjth'S x two- point conversion, gave Fairfield a• ,20rtf/lead. , Dunn fired another scoring pass to Campbell, a 37-yarder, to make the score third quarter. A 14-yard Dunn 26-0 in' the to Holmes pass gave touchdown. Fairfield its Bryan Evans fifth ran the two-point conversion. will give Oakland the American League West Division title. An. combination of two A's vie tories or Kansas City defeat: will clinch the championship. Gene Tenace singled and moved to third on a sacrifice and Hunter's single in the llth inning, then was trapped of third and tagged out on Ber Campaneris' grounder. Monday then drilled his game-winning hit to center off Al Fitzmorris 6-3, with .Hunter racing home from second. The Oakland right-hander walked Ed Kirkpatrick leading off the bottom of the llth anc Roland Finger came into pre serve his victory. Hunter allowed only four hits in his 10 innings. The A's scored in the top ol the fourth on Monday's triple and Reggie Jackson's infield out. But the Royals came back in the bottom of the inning to tie it on Sandy Valdespino's second home run of the year. •OAKLAND abrhbi KANSAS CITY abrhb Campnris ss 4000 Patek ss Monday cf 5121 Valdspino It RJackson rf 4011 Otis cf Epstein Ib 5000 Hopkins Ib Hegan Ib OOOO Floyd pr Bando 3b 4010 Schaal 3b Mangual If 4000 Keough rf Tenace c 3010 Klrkpatrk c DGreen 2b 3000 Knoop 2b Fingers p OOOO Brgmeier p Pinlella ph 5010 4 1 1 3000 4010 OOOO 4000 4000 2000 3000 OOOO 1000 Total 36 2 7 2 Total 33 1 4 Oakland — 000 100 000 0 —2 Kansas City .000 100 000 00— E—Schaal. DP—Oakland 2, Kansas Cify 4. LOB—Oakland 5, Kansas City 3 3B—Monday. HR—Valdespino (2). SB— Campaneris, Otis. S—D.Green, Knoop. IP H RERBBSO Hunter (W,20-ll) ..10 41139 Fingers 1 O'O 0 o 1 Fitzmorris (L,6-4) '.102-3 7222 Burgmeler 1-30 0 0 1 1 Save—Fingers. T—2:50. A—12,638. American League East W L Pet. GB Baltimore 89 52 .631 — Detroit 82 65 ..558 10 Boston 76 72 .514 16% New York 73 73 .500 IS'/a Washington ....... 58 85 .406 32 Cleveland 56 88 .389 34'/> West Oakland 93 53 .637 — Kansas City 78 68 .534 15 Chicago 69 77 .473 24 xCallfornla 69 78 .469 24'/2 xMinnesota 66 78 .458 26 Milwaukee 63 83 .432 30 x-Late game not Included. Monday's Results Baltimore 9-5, Detroit MO New York 4, Boston 0 Washington at Cleveland, ppd., rain. Chicago 6, Milwaukee 3 Oakland 2, Kansas City 1, (11 Innings) California 3, Minnesota 2, first of two. Minnesota at California, 2, night. Tuesday's Games. , Oakland (Odom 10-10) at Kansas City (Splitforff 8-7) night Chicago (Bradley (13-13) at Milwaukee (Lockwood 9-13) night Detroit (Lolich 23-11) at Baltimore (Palmer 18'7) night New York (Slottlemyre 13-11) at Boston (Moret 2-2) night Washington Gogolewski 4-4 and Broberg 5-7 at Cleveland Dunning 8-13 and Colbert 5-4, 2, twi-night. Only games scheduled. National League East W L Pet. .601 .558 .524 .507 .438 .408 GB 11 Vi 14 24 28 Vi 3 10 10'/a 12'/2 29 Vz Irtsburgh 89 59 St. Louis 82 65 New York 76 69 Chicago 74 72 Montreal 63 81 hlladelphia 60 87 WesT xSan Francisco ..83 63 .568 xLos Angeles .... 80 66 .548 Atlanta 74 74 .500 Houston 73 74 .497 Cincinnati 72 77 .483 San Diego 54 93 .367 x-Late game not Included. Monday's Results New York 4, Montreal 2, first ,of two, i Innings, second game ppd., rain. Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 5, (10 innings) Pittsburgh 5, Chicago 1 Cincinnati 2, Atlanta 1, (13 Innings) Los Angeles at San Francisco, night Houston 3, San Diego 2 Tuesday's Games Montreal (Stoneman 14-14) at New York Ryan 9-12) Pittsburgh (Johnson 9-9 or Moose 9-7) at Chicago (Jenkins 21-12) Atlanta (Reed 12-12) at Cincinnati (Gulett 15-5) night Los Angeles (Singer 8-16) at San Francisco (Perry 14-11) night Philadelphia (Wise 14-13) at St. Louis Zachary 4-7) night San Diego (Kirby 13-12) at Houston Blaslngame 9-10 or Splnks 1-0) night i Lindsborg B-Team In 1444 Deadlock LINDSBORG — Wes Alstatt's 42-yard touchdown run and two- point conversion in the fourth juarter'gave the Lindsborg Bleam a 14-14 tie with Minnea- >olis Monday night in prep foot)all action. A 52-yard pass from Mike Lott to Ron Ponton gave Minneopolis a 6-0 lead 'in the second quarter. Mike Muller's PAT • / run made :be score /8-p. Llndsborg got, on ; the score- ward in the third quarter when Mike Blomberg caught a 13-yard pass from Gary Larson to make he score 8-6. The conversion attempt failed. Muller's 45-yard run with :46 seconds left in the third stanza, and a two-point conversion gave Minneapolis a 14-6 lead. No-Hit Bid Ends In Loss Page 9 The Hufchinson Newi Tuesday, September 14, 1971 Around The Big Eight IN THE DARK — For .Dallas Cowboys' quarterback Roger Stauback, left, and Craig Morton, right, the ball remains up in the air for the grabbing. (Hutchihson News-UPI Tclephoto) Coach Tom Landry, with the Pokes' National Football League opener at Buffalo just six days away, has yet to name his number one quarterback. Mets, Rain Halt Expos NEW YORK (AP) - Mike Jorgensen climaxed a three-run putburst in the first inning with a two-run homer that powered the New York Mets to a 4-2 victory over Montreal Monday in the rain-shortened first game of scheduled twi-night double- tieader. The game, halted with the Expos coming to bat in the sixth inning, was called after a wait of one hour and 22 minutes. The washed-out second game was rescheduled as part of a Tuesday twinbill. Bud Harrelson singled, stole second and scored on Ed Kranepool's single before Jorgensen unloaded his fourth homer over the center field wall off Carl Morton, 10-15. The Mets added a run in the fifth on singles by Kranepool and Jorgensen and Jerry Grote's infield out. Ray Sadecki, 7-6, allowed a first-inning run when he hit Ron Hunt with a pitch—the 44th time this year the Expos' infielder has been struck—and gave up singles to Ron Woods and Bob Bailey. They also scored in the fifth on Rusty Staub's double and Gary Sutherland's single. FIRST MONTREAL, ab r h bl Hunt 3b 2100 Woods cf 3010 Staub rf 2110 Bailey, If 3011 Sutherlnd 2b 3 0 1 1 ialeman c 2000 Boccablla Ib 2 0 1 0 /Vine ss 2010 Morton p 1 0 0 0 GAME NEW YORK ab r h bl Harrelson ss 2 1 0 0 WGarrett 3b 1000 Marshall If 3010 Kranpool Ib 3220 Jorgensn cf 3123 Singleton rf Grotc c TMartinz 2b Sadecki p 0000. 3011 2010 2000 Total , 20 2 6 2 Total 19 4 7 4 Montreal 100 01—2 New York 300 01—4 E—Jorgensen. DP—Montreal 1. LOB— Montreal 6, New York 8. 2B—Wine, Jtaub. HR—Jorgensen (4). SB— Harrelson. S—Sadecki, Singleton. IP H R ER BBSO Morton (L,10-15) ... 5 74462 iadeckl (W,7-6)- ..'.5 62223 HBP—by Sadecki ( unt). T—.1:35. Cards Dealt x Crucial Loss ST. LOUIS (AP) - Rookie Willie Montanez led off the 10th inning with a home run,, his fifth straight hit.of the game, to power the Philadelphia Phillies to a 6-5 triumph over the St. Louis Cardinals Monday night. Montanez, whose two-run shot tied the game 5-5 in the seventh inning, blasted his 27th homer off St. Louis reliever Don Shaw, 6-2 to make a • winner of Don Wilson, 4-6. ChiSox Top Milwaukee MILWAUKEE (AP) - Rick Reichardt drove in five runs with a pair of home runs and Rich Morales added a solo homer Monday night to power the Chicago White Sox to a 6-3 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers. CHICAGO abrhbl PKelly rf 5010 Johnstone cf 4 0 0 0 McKinny 2b 4010 Melton 3b 3100 CMay Ib Reichardt If Hrrmann c Morales ss BJohnson p Kealey p 3210 3225 4000 4121 3000 1000 MILWAUKEE ab r h bl Auerbach ss 5 0 1 0 Theobald 2b 2 1 1 1 Bell p Cardenal cf Brlggs Ib DMay rf Porter c Ellis If Malchlck 3b Slaton p Krausse p OOOO 3120 3000 4001 3000 3100 4010 2010 OOOO Tepedlno ph OOOO Scholleld 2b 1000 Total 34 6 7 6 Total 30 3 6 2 Chicago 020 003100— 1 Milwaukee 200 000 ''00— 3 E—Morales 2, B.Johnson. LOB— Chicago 4, Milwaukee 7. HR—Reichardt 2 (16), Morales (2). SB—P.Kelly. IP H R ER BB SO BJohnson (W,10-10) 62-35 3 2 7 6 Kealey 21-31 0 0 0 3 Slaton (L,9-7) 61-37 6 6 2 4 Krausse 2-30 0 0 0 0 Bell 2 0 0 0 1 3 Save—Kealey, PB—Herrmann. T—2:41. A— 4,117. Joe Torre, the majors' leader in runs batted in, knocked in three earlier runs to help St. Louis take a 5-3 lead before the Philadelphia's tying rally. Torre, boosting his RBI to 128, knocked in. two with a first inning triple and one with a sacrifice fly in a three-run fifth. The Phillies scored three runs off St. Louis starter Reggie Cleveland in the third. Montanez doubled home one run and Deron, Johnson and Greg Luzinsky added run-scoring singles. t TU Prepares For K-State TULSA, Okla. (AP) - The University of Tulsa football team started a normal week's preparation Monday afternoon for its upcoming game with Kansas State. The workout was light and included an on the field scouting report on the opponent. "The guard situation is impressive with Lindsay Anthony strong at right guard and Mike Mills and Lewis McGce fighting for the left guard slot. We will not know about George Kulovic being able to start until around game time," said coach Claude Gibson. "All the coaches were impressed with the Kansas Stale defense. The Kansas Slate offense made some crucial mistakes but they are running a new offensive system and it is only natural that they are not as sharp as they can be. Reds Victors In 13th, 2-1 CINCINNATI (AP) - Pete Rose stole third base, then raced home on Atlanta catcher Earl Williams' wild throw with two out in the bottom of the 13th inning Monday night, giving the Cincinnati Reds a 2-1 victory over the Braves. HOUSTON (AP) - Cesar Geronimo raced home from second base with the winning run on an infield error, lifling the Houston Astros to a 3-2 victory over the San Diego Padres Monday night. Geronimo, who reached first when Nate Colbert, dropped his pop fly, stole second and then came in when third baseman Garry Jestadt muffed Denis 'lenke's bouncer. San Diego's Clay Kirby lost a bid for a no-hitter with one out n the eighth as Johnny Edwards drilled a double to the ight center field wall and the fVstros wenl on lo lie Ihe game 2-2. Pine h-hilter Rich Chiles bounced back lo Kirby, but Roger Metzger singled for Houson's first run. Joe Morgan then ripled to the left center field he lie Ihe score. Until the hit by Edwards, Kirby walked three Astros. In the fourth, Cedeno cracked a liner lo deep left, but Leron c ran back hard and with a one-handed overhead catch, speared the ball for the defensive gem of the game. Nate Colbert knocked in both Padre runs against Ken Forsch ATLANTA ab r h bl SJnckson cf 6010 Rose rf CINCINNATI ab r h h Jarvls p Gnrr It Lum rf EWIIIams c Evans 3b HAaron ph Garrldo 3b Mlllan 2b 6110 0000 Woodwrd 2b 4020 5010 LMay Ib 5020 TPercz 3b 4111 Bench c -1010 Carbo If 1000 Foster cf oooo Chancy ss 5010 WSmllh ph 4010 Brcazealo Ib 5 0 0 0 Concepcn ss 0 0 0 TAaron I MPcrez ss Nelbauor p King ph Nash p Baker rf OOOO Cllno ph 5000 Gibbon p 2000 Nolan p 1000 Stowart ph 1000 Merrill p 1000 Carroll p Holms 2b Total 45 1 7 1.' Total 43 2 8 Two out when winning run scored. Atlanta 010 100 000 000 0— Cincinnati 010 000 000 000 1— E—Carroll, E.WIIIIams. DP—Atlanta 1 Cincinnati 1. LOB—Allanla 9. 2B—Bench, Woodward, E.WIIIIams (32). Woodward. 7, Clncinnnl Garr. HR S—Garr, Carbo IP .. 7 .. 5 H R ER BBSO Nelbauer Nash 5 2 0 0 2 Jarvls (L.5-13) .... s-3 1 Nolan 10 6 Merrill 2-3 1 Carroll . l 1-3 o 5110 1 0 1 1107 0 0 1 0 0 0 the first and HOUSTON with singles in third innings. SAN DIEGO ab r h bl ab r h bl Hornandz ss 4000 Metzger ss 4111 Stahl ph OOOO Morgan 2b 4011 Dean ss OOOO Cedeno cf 4000 Mason 2b 4110 Watson If 3000 Jeter cf 4120 Mayborry Ib 4 o 0 0 Colbert Ib 4022 Goronlmo rf 3 1 0 o Leo If 4010 Monke 3b 3000 Caspar If OOOO Edwards c 3110 Morales rf 4000 Forsch p 1000 Jcsladt 3b 3010 JAlou ph 1000 Kendall c 4020 Splnks p OOOO Murrell pr o o 0 o Chiles ph 1000 Bftrlon c OOOO JRay p OOOO Kirby p 3000 Total 34 2 9 2 Total 31 3 3 2 Houston E—Metzger, 000 000 021^-3 Colbert, Josladt. DP— Houston 1. LOB—San Diego 9, Houston 5. 2B—Edwards. 3B—Morgan. Geronimo 2, Jolor. S—Kirby. SB- Klrby (L,13-13) Forsch Splnks J.Ray (W,10-4) IP H R ER BB SO B 2-3 3 6 8 2 0 1 1 Gibbon (W.5-6) ... I OOOO, HBP— by Nolbnuor (L.May). WP— Nolbauer. T-3:ll. A— 7,M4. Record Attendanc F or NFL Preseason NEW YORK (AP) - A record 3,811,858 persons, an average of 49,505 per game turned out to watch preseason pro foolball, the National Football league announced Monday. The same 78-game exhibition schedule last season including one twin-bill, drew 3,496,782 or 47,254 per game. Division Champs Should Be Better Little Chance 49ers Will Return To Losing Ways SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Dick Nolan, coach of the San rancisco 49ers, says "the poise factor" kept his team out if the Super Bowl last season. Looking back on the 49ers' 170 loss to Dallas in the National r ootball Conference title game, Volan' said, "Some of our /ounger players made mistakes hey hadn't made since early in he season. You've got to remember that the game,was the biggest thing in most of their ives." The game also was the big- rest In the history of the 49ers, who waited 25 years for their irst division title. They sur- >rised , the National Football gUe by rebounding from a 4-8-2 record in 1969 to lO^-l last season and edge favored Los Angeles in the NFC West. Losing Season Remote But with quarterback John irodie coming off a season that earned him the NFL's Most Valuable Player award, and young players such as All-Pro receiver Gene Washington, 1970 NFC Rookie of the Year Bruce Taylor and defensive linemen Cedrick Hardman and Tommy Hart still showing improvement, there's little chance the 49ers will cross back to the losing side this year. Denver Broncos Coach Lou Saban, after a preseason loss to San Francisco, said, "That is an exceptionally talented team. Anyone who doesn't think they have a chance of going all the way to the Super Bowl is fooling themselves." Brodie passed for 2,941 yards to lead NFL quarterbacks last season. He threw just 10 interceptions while completing 59 per cent of his passes. Washington caught 1,100 yards worth of passes last year to lead NFL receivers. He's starting his third pro season. Ahd other 49er receivers, such as Dick Witcher, Bob Windsor, Ted Kwalick and Jimmy Thomas also have youth on their side. "I think we'll improve our running game," Dolan says, bring up our average and make it equal to our passing game." Former Canadian Football League star Vic Washington is one reason. Washington, with more speed than starling running backs Ken Willard and Doug Cunningham, figures to play a lot and make the 49ers' attack more versatile. The 49ers" veteran offensive line—which allowed Brodie to be tackled just eight times last season—and reliable place Kicker Bruce Gossett are solid factors in the offense. Tackles Cas Banaszek and Len Rhode, guards Randy Beisler and Woody Peoples and center Forrest Blue make up the starting line. On defense, old pros Charlie Kueger, Stan Hindman, Jim Johnson and Roosevelt Taylor play among some of the most highly rated young players in the game. Bruce Taylor made his share of rookie mistakes last season at the corncrback spot opposite All-Pro Johnson, but he drove opponents mad on punt returns, averaging 12 yards per return. Seasoned Safeties Roosevelt Taylor and Mel Phillips, another seasoned player, are the safeties. The 49ers were seeking backup help in the college draft, but lost their No. 1 pick, Tim Anderson of Ohio State, to the Canadian League. Starting linebackers Dave Wilcox, P'rank Nunley and Skip Vanderbundt are starting their third season togoUier. In the defensive line, Hardman, Hart and Bill Belk handle the ends, Kruegcr and Earl Edwards are the starters at Tackle, backed up by veterans Hindman and Sam Silas. The 49ers carried eight defensive linemen last year, simply because, "good ones are hard to come by and you can't have too many," Nolan explained. WP—Forsch. T—2:17. A— 7,476. Rain Again Halts Play FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) — Rain washed out the men's singles semifinals of the U.S. Open Tennis Championships for the third straight day Monday jand threatened to erase the financial gains inspired by 16- year-old Chris Evert. The revised schedule calls for the men's semifinals Tuesday, weather permitting, and both the men's and women's finals Wednesday. Starting time each day is 11 a.m. CDT. "The rain-outs have been very disappointing," said William F. Talbert, Jr., the tournament chairman. "Through Friday, we were about $45,000 ahead of our gate for the year before. Bahnsen Cuts Down BoSox BOSTON (AP) - Stan Bahnsen blanked Boston for the ,hird lime thi.s season, leading he New York Yankees to a .hrec-hit, 4-0 triumph over the Red Sox in dense fog Monday •light. Balmsen, 13-10, survived temporary wildness, then struck >ut eight and walked four as he julduclcd Boston's Sonny Sie- jert, 16-10, who failed in a bid o become a 17-gamc winner for the fir.sl time in his career. The New York right-hander inishod .strong, retiring Ihe last 5 bailers. Roy While led the New York •Hack with three hits and col- ccled two runs balled in. Jerry Kcnney, Felipe Alou and John Mis had Iwo hits each. Missouri COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP). - The Missouri football team welcomed tailback Jack Bastable back to contact work Monday as the Tigers began preparations for Saturday's game with Air Force. Bastable, a junior who started the last five games of the 1970 campaign, missed the season opener against Stanford with an ankle injury. Coach Al Onofrio said Bastable will start against Air Force if he is fully recovered, but added, "I don't want to play him if he is not ready." Mike Farmer, one of three quarterbacks who saw action in the 19-0 loss to Stanford, was one of three players not working out Monday. Despite Farmer's bruised passing hand, Onofrio said he would probably make the Air Force trip. Chuck Roper, the third quarterback who played against Stanford, was listed in the No. 1 spot in Monday's deplh chart. Onofrio said, however, he was not ready lo announce his starter for next Saturday. Of Ihe Stanford defeat, the coach said, "We had a lot of bright spots. We had trouble blocking them, but they had trouble blocking us too. Sometimes you can press too hard. That might be what happened to us Saturday." Kansas State MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) Kansas State football coach Vinoe Gibson ,said Monday the picture wasn't all gloomy following the Wildcats' 10-7 loss to Utah State in their season opener Saturday. "I feel a lot better now than I iwo oui wncn winning run scored. .did after the Kentucky game San Dl °9° 10) o°o ooo-illast year when we had minus l-lmit Inn nnnnnnfittt " nine yards rushing," Gibson said as his club went to work preparing for a Saturday night contest at Tulsa. He reported that middle guard Charles Clarington had been ruled out for the remainder of the season following knee surgery. Gibson announced two changes in his No. 1 lineup, Mike Creed moving ahead of Chris Chapin at wingback, and John Goerger taking over at split end from Sonny Yarnell. Kansas LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Kansas Coach Don Fambrough revealed Monday that the game football from Kansas 34-0 victory over Washington State University has been sent to a Jayhawk player in a Houston hospital. Undergoing tests to determine the nature of the illness is Alan McCoy, a sophomore safety from Shawnee Mission, Kan. The victory was Fambrough's first as head coach and it marked Ihe first shutout in 20 games for Ihe Jayhawks. Colorado BOULDER, Colo. (AP) Coach Eddie Crowdrtr look his Colorado Buffalos into their workout Monday and locked the doors. The secret session, on a light drill in shorts, came on the heels of Saturday night's 31-21 upset victory over LSU. Although there may have been a brain session involved, it was apparent Crowder was giving his Buffs a break from last week's intensive workouts. Sophomore Larry Thomas of Freeport, Tex., was moved into Ihe number Iwo lailback spot behind Charlie Davis aflcr John Keyworlh broke his leg in the LSU game and was losl for the season. On defense, sophomore Randy Geist of Greeley look over the right linebacking spot on the basis of his performance againsl (he Tigers. The coach indicated that was the extent of Monday's changes. McPherson JV's Whip Buhler 28-13 BUHLER — The McPherson High School B-team defeated Buhler's B-team, 28-13 in football competition Monday night. McPherson took an 8-7 lead in the second quarter. Both teams scored touchdowns in the third quarter with McPherson leading 14-13. McPherson got its final scores in the fourth quarter. McPherson had 180 yards on the ground and 114 yards passing, completing seven out of 16 aerial attempts. McPherson led Buhler in first downs, 16-3. 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