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SPORTANGLES By Fred Mcndell Asubujrban Chicago woman, Mrs. Doris Laurini, lias started a class which she says will help widows happily join their husbands. The reference was to football widows, with husbands who spend hours and hours either at football games, or watching them on TV. Her goal Is to explain the game of football in such detail that women will want to join their husbands at the games or in front of TV. This I consider, an excellent solution to a national.problem — if it will work. I'm not sure it will, since there are a lot of gals who know the basics of football but still aren't the least bit interested. But, I'll put it this way; Football is here to stay. Men, stubborn creatures that they are, will figure some way to thwart the woman who wou'ld pull thsm away from "the game." So the woman who wants to be with her man on a Sunday afternoon will have to watch football and she may as well learn to enjoy it. Confusion in football starts with the name. It isn't a ball, at all. It is a prolate spheroid, an ellipsoid. Foot-ellipsoid is awkward and i'oot-prolate-spheroid sounds like something that should require amputation so they call it football. A Little Knowledge Goes A Long Way The girls need not know the terminology of football to enjoy it. They shoud, however, know this is another confrontation of the forces of good and evil. Football is warfare without shooting amis on a field 100 yards in length and 53% yards wide. As In war, nothing is settled on the battlefield. There armies merely win or lose ground, men and equipment. At the peace conference winners in war demand booty — land', gems, treasure, gold, women, cattle, horses. Football teams also lose or win ground, and lose men and equipment. They fight, initially for points which can be made only with touchdowns or field goals. But forget that part. The important thing is that if they get enough points in each game, they can be cashed for big write- ups, time on TV, conference championships, high national ratings, All-America selections, trophies and women who don't know what the game is all about. It's Not Hotv But Why They Play So, first, pick your school team and three or four different pro teams. Be aware that the teams of your selection are totally unlike those it opposes. Your teams have offensive units of fine runners, good passers, sure-footed kickers, and all-American type linesmen who can knock holes in the opposition line, protect your passer, and halt the evil-doers on the other team. It is made up of stalwart young men, the very back-bone of America. The other team Is made up of black-hearted fellows hired from all over the country by the opposing coach and his staff and selected on the basis of size and pure meanness. Hutchinson News Sunday, Oct. 3, 1971 Page 19 Buffs Escape With 31-21 Win Over K-State Yardstick Kansas State Colorado Flrsl downs .... ...U 17 Rushing yardagejSI-219 37-97 Passing yardage .178 274 Return yardage ....0 106 Passes 15-32-0 14-58-1 Punts B-42 4-38 Fumbles lost 2 3 Yards penalized ....50 32 BOULDER, Colo. (AP) Cliff Branch raced 59 yards with a punt return for Colorado's first score and grabbed a 20-yard pass deep in the end zone for another to spark the sixth-ranked Buffs to a 31-21 victory over Kansas State Saturday in the Big Eight opener for both teams. Kansas State bounced back from Branch's first score, capitalizing on a Buff fumble at the CU 20-yard line with 7:07 left in the first period. On the sixth play of the series, Wildcat running back Bill Butler carried four yards for the tying score. Week's Schedule Home Attractions Sunday, Oct. 3 — Ross Wilson Trophy tournament, Prairie Dunes Country Club. Monday — Pratt Sophomores vs. Hutchinson high Sophomores at Gowans field. Wednesday — Hutchinson high school girls' invitational tennis tournament, Gowans courts. —Central junior high vs. Pratt Junior high, eighth grade football game, Junior high field. Thursday — Sherman junior high vs. McPherson junior high, eighth grade football game, junior high field. Central Christian vs. Galva, eight-man football game, 7:30 p.m., Pritchard Memorial Field, at Trinity high school. Friday—Hutehinson Community College Invitational Cross Country meet, 4 p.m., Carey Park. —Trinity high school vs. Garden Plain, football, 7:30 p.m., Pritchard Memorial Field at Trinity high school. Saturday — Hutchinson Community College vs. Highland Juco, 8 p.m., Gowans field. Sunday — Finals Ross Wilson trophy tournament, Prairie Dunes Country Club. Sports Results Grid Quiz Results Minnesota 38, Kansas 20 Colorado 31, Kansas Slate 21 Nebraska 42, Utah Stale 6 Oklahoma 33, Southern Cal 20 Penn State 16, Air Force 14 West Virginia 20, Pittsburgh 9 Syracuse 7, Indiana o Washington 52, Illinois 14 . Purdue 45, Iowa 13 Notre Dame 14, Michigan State 2 Northwestern 24, Wisconsin 11 Alabama 40, Mississippi 6 College Football EAST Army 22, Missouri 6 Bucknell 14, Gettysburg 13 Connecticut 28, New Hampshire 21 Dartmouth 28, Holy Cross 9 Harvard 17, Northeastern 7 Penn 17, Brown 16 Penn State 16, Air Force 14 Amherst 14, American International 13 CU turned a fumble into a score of its own early in the second period when linebacker Randy Geist pounced on the ball at the Wildcat 19. The Buffs hit the Scoreboard on tailback Charlie Davis' plunge from one foot out. Wildcat quarterback Dennis Morrison moved his team to two third period scores and a brief 21-17 lead. He scored on a keeper around the left side from. 12 yards out for the first, then hit flanker Fred Merrill on a 16-yard pass for the second. J.B. Dean's 34-yard field goal and Branch's TD catch with two seconds left accounted for CU's third period scoring. Willie Nichols hauled in a 23- yard scoring pass from quarterback Ken Johnson midway through the fourth period to pad the Buffs' lead to the final margin. Scoring Boulder Colo. Kansas Stale- Colorado add: Kansas SI. 7014 0—21 Colorado 7 7 10 7-31 CU—Branch 59 punt return (Dean kick) KS—Butler 4 run (Georger kick) CU—Davis 1 run (Dean kick) KS—Morrison 12 run (Georger kick) CU—FG Dean 34 KS—Merrill 16 pass from Morrison (Georger kick) CU—Branch 20 pass from Johnson (Dean kick) CU—Nichols 23 pass from Johnson (Dean kick) A—47,740. Duke Upsets Indians, 9-3 Fairfield Year Early By KENNY WOODARD The Fairfield Falcons are flying high in the Mid-Kansas League. After four weeks of football, the Falcons are tied for the league lead with Haven and have a 4-0 overall record. When the season started, few people expected Fairfield to be where it is in the MKL today The Falcons started the yeai with only five senior lettermen, At the beginning of the season Coach Don Stucky felt that the team would lack from experience. "Our team will basically be a junior team." Defense is the Falcon's long suit. In. four games, the Falcons defense has allowed only yards total rushing and only one touchdown. Although young and inexperi enced, Fairfield's line is big Mark Locke, 230-pound senio tackle and Mike McKinney, 200 pound junior tackle are proo of that. In order to get points the other team will push your fellows faces in mud. It advances the ball by stealth and deceit, and frequently gets by with jumping offsides, grabbing face masks, jabbing elbows, piling on and other illegal ploys. It wants that booty and doesn't care how it gets it. Your boys rarely do any of those naughty things and always get caught and punished if any player so much as looks cross-eyed at an official. Your boys are out there to protect the American way, motherhood, women who don't know what the game is all about, honesty, integrity and the coaches job. All that other team wants is publicity, championships, nation• al ratings, etc. Now you know basics behind football. Any questions? While nothing flashy, t h e Falcons offense has come through with enough points to win. Heading the offense is Dick Drake, 160-pound junior quarterback. John Stucky, 190-pound junior fullback; Jim Strong, 175- pound senior halfback and Farrol Brown, 160-pound senior halfback round out the b a c k- field. Coach Stucky says, "Even though we're winning, we are still working to get the offense in tip-top shape. Remember, we haven't faced 1 the tough ones yet." The "tough ones" he was talking about are Moundridge, Buhler and Haven. Moundridge and Buhler are in a two-way tie for second with 2-1 marks in MKL play, and 3-1 overall marks. Although the season is only four weeks old, Fairfield has already beat its league record of last year. In 1970 the Falcons won only two league games and four games overall. "The boys feel pretty good about winning this year and we hope to give it (the title) ; shot." What ever the outcome, thl season could be one of Fair field's best. Colgate 28, Yale 21 Boston College U, Richmond o Howard 21, Virginia Union 14 Lafayette 21, Drexel Tech 13 Alfred 35, Union College 0 Colgate 28, Yale 21 Cornell 31, Rutgers 17 Delaware 23, Vlllanova 15 Maine 21, Rhode Island 7 Fordam 40, St. Peters' 0 Hofstra Univ. 30, Delaware State 0 Temple 34, Boston Univ. 10 Wichita State 26, Southern Illinois 24 SOUTH East Kentucky' 14, Austin Peay 9 North Carolina 27, North Carolina State Wake Forest 18, Maryland 14 West Kentucky 36, East Tenn. State 7 Fayettevllle 27, Shaw 6 Jackson State 42, Kentucky State 33 Morris Brown 46, Alabama State 33 Boston College 24, Richmond 0 Florida State 17, Virginia Tech 3 Georgia 35, Mississippi State 7 Georgia Tech 24, Clemson 14 Tampa 49, Youngstown 0 Virginia 27, Vanderbllt 23 NE Louisiana State 15, NW Louisiana State 14 Virginia 27, Vanderbllt 23 Tennessee 20, Florida 13 East Carolina 31, Citadel 25 Florida AScM 28, South Caro St 7 Furman Unlv 14, Virginia Military 0 Louisiana State 38, Rice 3 Louisville 41, Dayton 13 Middle Tenn St 23, Chattanooga 13 South Carolina 7, Memphis State 3 Southern Univ 13, Mississippi Val 0 William & Mary 14, Tulane 3 MIDWEST Bowling Green 23, West Michigan 6 Ohio State 35, California 3 Iowa State 17, Kent Stale 14 Omaha 17, Wayne St., Neb. 7 St. Joseph's, Ind. 10, Valparaiso 6 Michigan 46, Navy 0 Wayne State, Mich., 27, South Dakota State 8 Missouri, Rolla 21, Culver-Stockton 0 ' Miami, Ohio 66, Marshall 6 Akron 10, Ball Stale 7 Concordia, Neb. 13, Hastings Col 7 Kearney State 7, Chadron Slate 3 Nebraska Wesley 19, Austin College 14 NW Col, Iowa 26, Midland 6 Quantlco Marine 24, Xavler 6 Wise, Oshkosh 12,'Wise, Eau Claire 6 SOUTHWEST Texas 35, Oregon 7 SMU 28, New Mexico-State 25 Abilene 14, Northern Colo 7 Cincinnati 17, Texas A&M 0 Houston Unlv. 34, San Jose State 20 Tennessee State 20, Texas Southern 14 FAR WEST Washington State 34, Utah 12 Wyoming 17, Colo. State Unlv. 6 Drake 38, Northern Arizona 13 Texas Tech 13, Arizona 10 Duke 9, Stanford 3 Idaho 21, Montana 12 Montana State 23, Portland State 8 Pacific U, Ore. 9, Llnfleld Col 7 San Francisco St 38, Azusa Pacific 8 Kansas Colleges Wichita State 26, Southern Illinois 24 Washburn 17, William Jewel! 16 St. Mary of the Plains 29, McPherson 0 Fort Hays State 14, Pittsburgh State 14, e Bethany 10, Sterling 7 Southwestern College 26, Bethel 7 Missouri Western 14, College of Em- >oria 13 Missouri Southern 18, Emporla State 3 High Scliool Football Hutchinson 38, Wlnfield 0 Juco Football Falrbury, Neb., 42, Kemper, Mo. 0 Pratt 41, Independence 7 Cowley County 20, Dodge Cily 13 Coffeyvllle 42, Butler County 12 Garden City 57, Highland 7 College X-Country At Emporla Fort Hays State 44, Pittsburgh State 57, Marymount 61, Emporla State 62, Northwest Misouri State 114. STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Duke's Ernie Jackson picked off a Don Bunce pass and raced 54 yards for the only touchdown as the Blue .Devils surprised lOth-ranked Stanford 9-3 Saturday in a defensive intersectional football game before 61,000. Jackson's big play came only five minutes into the game and Dave Wright's conversion attempt was blocked. But Duke had enough points to register its fourth straight victory without defeat. The Blue Devils were 16-point underdogs. The loss was Stanford's first in four games. Duke extended its lead to 9-0 in the third quarter when Wright connected on a 21-yard field goal. Stanford got inside, the Duke 20-yard line twice,, but was unable to cross the goal line. The only points for the Rose Bowl champions came on a 32- yard field goal by Rod Garcia in the fourth quarter. Drake Slaps Big Sky Foe FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP)' Taking advantage of two pass interceptions, Drake University broke open a close game in the fourth quarter to defeat Northern Arizona University 38-13 in a designate Big Sky Conference contest Saturday. Drake quarterback Dennis Redmond riddled the NAU pass defense for 21 passes and 265 yards to hand the Lumberjacks their 12th straight loss. The junior quarterback for the Bulldogs broke open a 17-13 game early in the fourth period with a double reverse pass play good for 89 yards and a touchdown. Redmond handed off to tailback Steve Scullen who then gave the ball to flanker Rex Perry who found split end Doug Winslow wide open at midfield for the score. S-T-R-E-T-C-H — University of Colorado quarterback Ken Johnson (7) with ball, is "stretched" and finally tackled by Kansas State's Norm DuBois (87) and Joe Colquitt (64) for a 12-yard loss (Hulchlnson News-UPI Telephoto) during the second quarter of Big Eight football action at Boulder, Colo., Saturday. Nationally sixth-ranked Colorado bounded back after K-State took a 21-17 lead and defeated the Wildcats, 31-21. Sooners Blitz Southern Cal Yardstick .,,... use ou: ,.. First downs .... ...15 24 Rushes-yards .53-226 72-516 Passing .yardage ..176 o Return yardage ....36 138 Passes 16-30-1 1-0-0 Punts 7-43 4-43 Fumbles lost —..2 2 Yards penalized ,.;.30 50 NORMAN, Okla. (AP)-Fleet halfback Greg Pruitt stole the spotlight with his daring running ., as eighth-ranked Oklahoma's super-charged wishbone-T offense—staying almost exclusively on the ground- crumpled Southern California 33-20 in an action-packed intersectional football battle here Saturday afternoon. Pruitt scored three touchdowns on runs of 38, 75 and seven yards. On two of those runs, the 5-foot-9 halfback from Houston, Tex., slowed down near the goal line to give his foes a chance to catch up with him—only to turn on the speed at the last moment. Scoring USC 770 6—20 OU 13 6 14 0—33' Okla—Wylle 1 run (kick faned) USC—Garrison 16 pass from Jones (Rae kick) Okla—Prullt 42 run (Carroll kick) USC—Cunningham 4 run (Rae kick) Okla—Pruitt 7 run (run failed) Okla—Pruitt 75 run (Carroll kick) Okla—Mlldren 11 run (Carroll kick) USC—Bella 12 pass from Rae (run failed) A—62,000. Quarterback Jack Mildren produced two touchdowns in the omp and : halfback Joe Wylie dded another as the Sooners broke the game open with 14 joints in the third quarter. Southern Cal led twice in a see-saw first half, scoring on a .6-yard pass from quarterback Jimmy Jones to split end Ede- sel Garrison and a three-hard plunge by fullback Sam Cunningham. But the Trojans just couldn't stop Oklahoma's heralded running attack, featuring the outside scampers of Pruitt and Wylie, the power running of fullback Leon Crosswhite and the ball handling magic Mildren. •. of one of the two times the Trojans got ,that deep; into, Okla- OU, leading only 19-14 at the half, chalked up two scores in the final six minutes of the third quarter to ice the game. Pruitt raced 75 yards on the first play after a USC drive faltered on the Oklahoma 42, only homa territory in the seconds^half. : l ^-' Pruitt took off around left end, then cut back across the green. He slowed down at about the 10, looked back at a horde of Trojans trailing him, and then dashed in. Salt Hawks Batter Vikings YARDSTICK Hutchinson Wlntleld First Downs 16 9 Rushing 248 55 •asslng 7-n-o 3-6-0 Yards Passing .'. 175 43 Fumbles Lost o 3 'enalllles 11-115 4-40 Punts 3-34.3 5-33.0 By BARBARA CAYWOOD The dry field that the Hutchinson High Salt Hawks have been hoping for was there Saturday night and the Hawks showed why they wanted it as they whipped Winfield, 38-0, in an Ark Valley League contest at Gowans Stadium. Hutchinson was plagued b y wet and muddy field conditions in its last two games, but the weather was perfect Saturday. The Salt Hawk passing game, stalled by the inclement weather, was out in the open against Winfield and Hutchinson racked up 175 yards pass- ing and scored three of its five touchdowns through the air. Added to the aerial attack were 248 rushing yards to complete the balanced offensive game Hutchinson took to the Vikings. The Hutchinson defense was outstanding as well, allowing the Vikings only 98 .total yards, 55 on the ground and 43 through the air. Evidence of the defensive prowess was the fact that Hutchinson's leading tacklers were the linemen. Linebacker Bill Landman led the assault with 20 tackles, 12 of them unassisted while Don Grossardt, a 170- Ib. tackle, had 19 tackles, ten of them unassisted. Defensive end Marvin Motley chipped in with 14 as did tackle Robert Thompson and corner- Manchester United Scores 2-0 Victory LONDON (AP) - Late goals by George Best and Allan Bowling led Manchester United to a 2-0 triumph Saturday that snapped Sheffield United's 10- game unbeaten streak in the English Soccer League. Sheffield remained atop Division 1 with 18 points from 11 games. Manchester United is second with 17 points and Derby County, which defeated Newcastle 1-0, has 16. Mike Summerbee's two goals paced Manchester City over West Bromwich 2-0 and Arsenal, defending English champion, edged Southampton 1-0 in Peter Simpson's tally. End Four-Year Famine Big Ten Gophers Hole KU Yardstick Kansas Minnesota First downs 20 20 . Rushes-yards 48-224 55-302 Passing yardage 16? 615 Return yardage 32 17 . Passes 13-27-2 9-12-0 Punts 6-34 6-43 Fumbles lost o o Yards penalized 35 60 MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Gophers, bringing the Big Eight's four- year domination of Big Ten football teams to a sudden end, battered the . Kansas Jayhawks 38-20 Saturday with an awesome' rushing attack engineered by quarterback Craig Curry. Curry'picked up 107 yards in 15 carries, ran for touchdowns of 4 'and' 17 'yards and passec for 29 yards to George Honza for a third touchdown. The senior quarterback, who completed 9-12 passes • for 115 yards, also set up the two othei I touchdowns—a three-yard' run )y Ernie Cook and a two-yard The Gophers streaked to peri- drive by Jim Henry. Kansas fullback Steve Conley eaped into the end zone from one yard out in the first period, blasted 26 yards in the third and ran in from one yard out ate in the fourth period for the Jayhawks. Mel Anderson of the Gophers was five for five on conversion ticks and added a 35-yard field goal as Minnesota evened its record at 2-2 arid dropped, Kansas, to 2-2. Indiana was the last Big Ten team 1 to beat one from the Big Eight—Kansas 18-15 on Sept 30, 1967; The .Gophers turned the trick again by rushing for more than 300 yards against a Kansas defense that had allowed only 338 on the ground in its previous three' games. od leads of 14-7, 21-7 and 28-14 )efore running away in the qurth period against the favored Jayhawks. Minnesota's key drive came at the outset of the second half when Curry drove them 82 yards in 17 plays, all on the 'round as eight minutes of the ;hird period ticked away. Curry ran 18 yards on a fourth down play to the four to set up the two-yard, run'by Henry. Adding to > Minnesota's impressive running totals were Cook, 17 carries for 114 yards and John Marqueson, 16 for 65. Intercepted Twice Defensive end Tom Chandler led a spirited Minnesota de fense while defensive back Jim Herman, a junior starting hi first game, stopped Kansa drives in the first half with in erceptions on the Minnesota 10 and 32 yard lines. The Gophers avoided some dversity when return man >aul Wright fumbled three [ansas punts after fair catches n the first half but each time >eat the Jayhawks to the ball. On Curry's touchdown pass to fcnza in the second period, he had to scramble out of the pocket to find his receiver a he five with the nearest Jay lawk 15 yards away. Scoring Kansas 707 6—20 Mlhn 14 7 7 10—38 Mln — Cook 3 run (Anderson kick) Mlrr —• Honza 29 pass from Curry (Anderson kick) Kan — Conley 1 run (H MBACHER KICK( Mln — Curry 4 run (Anderson kick) Mln — Henry 2 run (Anderson kick) Kan — Conley 26 run (HQEL+ MBACHER KICKt Mln — FG Anderson 35 Mln —- Curry 17 run (Ander- lon kick) Kan — Conley 1 run (kick ack Mike Franko added anoth- 13. Hutchinson's offensive game actually came to life early in he second quarter when, ,vith 9; 16 remaining, junior quarterback Doug Baar connected with slot back Kelvin O'Brien for a 39-yard TD aerial. O'Brien was wide open the ten, took a perfect pass rom Baar and skipped into he end zone. Mike Love kicked the first of ve extra points to make it -0. The Hawks added their sec- nd touchdown the next time ley had possession of the ball, like Franko recovered a Win- eld fumble at the Viking 18 nd then put on his offensive ullback hat and gained three ards to the 15. Successive seveiiryard carries y first Baar and then Scott utterfield moved the ball own to the one and O'Brien arrelled over from that point. A sustained 80-yard drive resulted in another Salt Hawk tally witli just 19 s e co n d s left in the half. Butterfield, Baar, Marvin Motley and O'Brien ate up hunks of yardage to the Hutchnson 47 and then! Baar went to the air. The poised signal caller fired shot to junior tight end Scott rVillett who made a great catch and took off for a 20-yard'pick- up. On the next play, the Baar- O'Brien combo connected for he second time with a 33-yarc touchdown pass. The Salt Hawks couldn't gen orate any points in the third quarter, but got the scoring machine cranked up again jus as final stanza got underway 1 . Matter of fact, it was on the second play of the fourth period that tailback Scott Butterfield, aided by a great block from 135-lb. Jim Hubhard, ran 59 yards for Hutch's fourth touchdown. Another Baar to O'Brien pass, Ms one for 30 yards, accounted or the fifth Salt Hawk touch- 'own. The score was set up vhen Orville Bryant recovered a Winfield fumble at : the Viking 7. On Hutchinson's next-to-1 a s t x>ssession of the game, Coach lenn Percy sent in the second ffensive unit and it was perk- ng on high. Tailback Pablo Sanchez pick- d up 25 yards and fullback Roy Guevara ripped off 29 as be Hawks moved down to the rVinfield 12 yard line. A holding penalty set Hutch >ack to the 27 and after a six- ard loss, sub quarterback Larry VlcGinnis, who had a fine ;ame at safety with eight ackles, fired a 20-yard pass to vlike Love at the 13. Another pass fell incomplete and oh fourth and 11, Love, a junior who has been hampered by a sore knee and a pulled leg muscle, kicked a 31-yard field goal. Scott Butterfield, the senior ailback, was Hutchinson's leading rusher with 115 yards ;on 14 carries. O'Brien chipped in 24 rairds on six carries, Mike franko had 25 yards on five carries, Baar toted 12 times for 32 yards and Marvin Motley jained four yards on one run rom fullback. The Salt Hawks had a dandy night passing. They were seven of 11 for 179 yards. Baar hit live of seven for 135 yards and McGinnis was two for four for 40 yards. O'Brien was the leading receiver with three catches for 102 yards and all three grabs went for touchdowns. Butterfield had one reception for 13 yards and Willett, Love and David'Dragon each had one grab for 20 yards. The Salt Hawks now stand 34 for the season with their only loss a 13-6 overtime defeat at El Dorado. Winfleld 0 0 0 0-1) Hutchinson 021 0 17-38

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