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Major College Standings Ma|or Independents By Th« Associated Press W L T PtS OP Florida State Notre Dame Penn State Boston College Houston Univ South Carolina Utah State . . West Virginia Army Air Force . . Miami, Fla . . Colgate New Mexico St Cincinnati Villanova Georgia Tech Temple Holy Cross . . Syracuse Rutgers Marshall Univ South Mississippi Pittsburgh Tulane Northern Illinois Navy Dayton Virginia Tech Texas, Arlington Xavler 91 36 72 16 116 31 104 54 66 62 67 44 Western Athletic Conference Conference All Games W L T PtsOP W L T Pts OP Arizona St Arizona New .'.'ex Wyoming Brig Young Utah 77 56|ColcSt Univ 46 Tex ElPaso 57 0 0 65 28 0 0 14 6 0 0 14 0 0 0 17 6 1 0 54 28 1 0 21 41 2 0 20 71 2 0 13 38 0 83 45 0 63 47 0 47 54 0 91 113 0 102 64 0 62 111 0 20 81 0 72 50 27 108 55 66 67 100 36 54 75 126 19 157 43 89 28 61 9 103 26 56 Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W LT Pts OP Atlantic Coast Conference Conference All Games W LT Pts OP W L T Pts OP No Carolina 2 0 0 62 21 4 0 0 117 21 Duke I 0 0 28 0 4 0 0 77 21 Wk Forest 1 0 0 18 14 3 1 0 75 59 Maryland 1 2 0 63 60 1 3 0 76 88 Clemson 000 0 0 030 24 65 Virginia o l 0 0 28 l 3 o 33117 No Caro St 0 2 0 14 62 0 4 0 41 109 Yankee Conference Conference All Gomes 7/ L T Pts OP V/ L T Pts OP Cass I 0 0 13 0 1 1 0 20 31 Vermont 1 0 0 20 7 1 7 0 34 66 Conn 1 1 0 35 41 1 7 0 35 64 Maine 1 1 0 21 20 1 2 0 43 48 New Hamp 0 1 0 21 28 0 2 0 21 68 Rhode Isl 0 1 O 7 21 1 2 0 63 78 Big Ten Conference Conference All Games WLTPtsOPWLT Pts OP Michigan 1 0 0 21 6 4 0 0161 6 Mich State 100 10 0 2 2 0 43 38 Minnesota 1 0 0 28 0 2 2 0 93 86 Ohio State 1 0 0 52 21 2 1 0101 44 Purdue T 0 0 45 13 1 2 0 87 59 Northwest 1 1 0 30 32 2 2 0 49 68 Illinois 0 1 0 0 10 0 4 0 14 117 Indiana 0 7 0 0 28 1 3 0 26 53 Wisconsin 0 1 0 11 24 1 2 1 90 82 Iowa 0 2 0 34 97 0 4 067174 Big Sky Athletic Conference Conference All Games WLTPIs OPWLT Pts OP Weber St 2 0 0 43 14 3 0 0 63 14 Boise State 1 1 o 49 34 3 1 0 84 58 Idaho } 1 0 35 54 2 2 0 52 78 Idaho St 000 0 0210 51 36 Montana St 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 87 81 Montana 0 1 0 12 21 3 1 0 91 56 North Arii 0 1 0 7 23 0 4 0 54 137 Ivy League Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Columbia 1 0 0 22 20 1 1 0 22 23 Penn 1 0 0 17 16 2 0 04530 Cornell 000 0 0 2 0 0 69 37 Dartmth 000 0 0 200 59 16 J Harvard 000 o 011033 28 Yale 0 0 0 0 0110 44 28 Brown 0 1 0 16 17 0 2 0 37 5) Mid-American Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Bowling Gr 2 0 0 43 25 3 0 0 90 46 Toledo 1 0 0 31 28 4 0 0109 35 Ohio 1 2 0 84 72 1 2 0 84 72 Miami, Oh 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0114 23 Kent 0 1 0 21 37 1 3 0 78 117 W Michigan 0 1 0 6 23 3 1 0 77 47 Missouri Valley Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Drake 1 0 0 10 7 3 1 0 85 44 Memphis 10030 012054 56 Tulsa 1 0 0 17 7 2 1 0 48 46 Nor Tex St 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 13 71 Wichita St 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 59 89 Louisville 0 1 0 7 10 1 1 1 48 23 W Tex St 0 2 0 7 47 1 2 0 21 53 Ohio Valley Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Pacific Coast Athletic Association Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP S Barbara 1 0 0 21 7 1 2 0 34 120 Fresno St 1 0 0 14 7 2 2 0 75 70 Long Beach 1 0 0 15 14 2 2 0100 98 L.A. State 000 0 0120 42 64 S Diego St 000 0 0110 30 20 San Jose St 0 1 0 7 14 0 3 0 37 82 Pacific U 0 2 0 21 36 0 4 0 34 74 Cevert Wins Grand Prix How They Fared 1. Nebraska, 40, beat Utah State 42-6 j 2. Michigan, 4-0, beat Navy 46-0 ; 3. Texas, 3 0, beat Oregon 35-7 , 4. Notre Dame, 3-0, beat Michigan Stale i 14-2 j 5. Auburn, 3 0. beat Kentucky 38-6 i 6. Colorado, 4-0, beat Kansas State 31-21 ; 7. Alabama 4-0, beat '.''issitsiDn! 4C-6 j 8. Oklahoma, 3 0. beat Southern California 32-J0 9. Penn State, 3-0, beat Air Force 16-M ! 10. Stanford, 3-1, lost lo Duke 9-3 i 11. Georgia, 4-0, beat Mississippi State 35-7 17. Tennessee, 2-1, beat Florida 20-13 13. Arizona State, 3-0, beat Texas-El j Paso 24-7 j 14. Ohio State, 2-1, beat Callforma 35-3 15. Washington, 4-0, beat Illinois 52-14 16. Louisiana State, 3-1, beat Rice 38-3 17. Southern California, 2-2, lost to Ok lahoma 33-20 18. Arkansas, 3-1, beat TCU 49-15 19. Duke, 4-0, beat Stanford 9-3 20. North Carolina 4-0, beat North Carolina State 27-7 Hutchinson News Monday, Oct. 4, 1971 Page g 'Grizzly' Bear Still Not Satisfied By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Alabama, using a vicious and quick-striking ground attack, wasted little time in crushing arc h-rival Coach Paul wasn't satisfied. Asked whv Alabama Mississippi, but the game by running a series of i respect Navy. They couldn't Bear" Bryant still p i ayg without calling a huddle,!move on us at all, but defen- Brvant said: "We wanted tfll sivel >' the y lnm § in thera -"' bi'gan Bowline COUNTRYSIDE LANES , Salt City League Cessna Sundowners League Team hi game Lawrence Vending 988 Team hi game and series—High "B"|series Don Sliles & Son 2779. Mens' hi 734 and 2096. Men's hi 10—Vic Ledger-110 George Lawrence 233; hi 30 Ken Adwood 219; hi 30—J. D. Wallerius 598. Idison 629. Other features Dick Saffle Women's hi 10 and 30—Sharon Kennedy 1603, Charley Van Gotten 603. 214 and 594. Major splits converted- J. D. Wallerius 5-7, Vicky Frlck 5-7. Friendship League Tef,rn hi game 771 and 2070. Men' Brunswick Belles League Team hi game Happy Five 799; series Downtown Dodge 2292. V/omen's hi 10 and and series—.! Blanks]30 Roma Apps 194 and 539. hi 10—V/ayne George'Cay Niners League Small College Top 10 Results ;215; hi ,0—Bob McQuilliam 563. Women's I Team hi game Hub Cafeteria 644; serie: E Kentucky West Ky Mid TennSt Tcnn Tech Morehd St Aust Peay E- Tenn St Murray St 2 0 0 42 23 2 0 0 82 14 1 0 0 9 7 1 0 0 27 3 1 1 0 55 23 0 2 0 16 60 0 2 0 21 64 0 2 0 17 75 0 0 83 42 0 0115 21 2 0 46 72 0 0 64 27 1 0 84 29 2 0 50 60 4 0 '55 109 2 0 49 82 Pacific-I Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Oregon St 1 0 0 34 1 7 2 2 0 106 123 Stanford 1 0 0 38 17 3 1 0 98 29 California 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 77106 South Calif 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 82 50 Washgton 000 0 0400199 82 Wash State 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 93 105 Oregon 0 1 0 17 38 1 3 0 67 136 UCLA 0 1 0 17 34 0 4 0 52 129 Southeastern Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Alabama 2 0 0 78 6 4 0 0137 22 Auburn 2 0 0 48 15 3 0 0108 22 Georgia 10035 7 400136 39 Vanderblt 1 0 0 49 19 2 1 1 92 65 Miss 1 1 0 40 60 3 1 0118 94 Tennessee 1 1 0 29 23 2 1 0 77 29 Miss State 1 2 0 39 94 1 3 0 46 120 LSU 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0134 62 Kentucky 0 2 0 26 72 1 3 0 47 108 Florida 0 3 0 23 71 0 4 0 29 83 Southern Conference Conference All Games WLTPtsOPWLT Pts OP WII&Mary 3 0 0 103 52 4 0 0 117 55 Furman 1 0 0 14 0 1 2 0 28 62 East Caro 1 1 0 41 53 1 3 0 62 145 Va Military 1 1 0 27 17 1 2 0 30 30 Richmond 000 0 0030 368 Citadel 0 2 0 53 66 2 2 0 135 138 Davidson 0 2 0 17 67 0 4 0 34 129 Southwest Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Arkansas 1 0 0 49 15 3 1 0 151 66 Texas 1 0 0 28 0 3 0 0 91 17 Baylor 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 25 63 Rice 000 0 013038 96 SMU 000 0 012040 79 Texas A&M 000 0 0 13048 95 TCU 0 1 0 15 49 1 2 0 83 93 Texas Tech 0 1 0 0 28 1 3 0 32 66 WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (AP) — Francois Cevert, a 27-year- old extrovrt from France, passed team mate Jackie Stewart on the 13th lap Sunday and went on to win the United States Grand Prix for Formula 1 cars. The curly-haired Cevert, in only his second year on the world circuit, finished about 40 seconds ahead of Jo Siffert of Switzerland. Ronnie Peterson of Sweden was third, Howden Ganley of New Zealand was fourth and Stewart fifth. Clay Regazzoni of Switzerland came in sixth despite an early pit stop that took him out, of contention. The race, ran in almost perfect weather after a dense fog that didn't clear until midday, drew a crowd estimated by police in excess of 100,000. They said it was a record for this event. Cevert, son of a Parisian jeweler, collected $50,000 from the record $267,000 purse. Siffert was paid $20,000 and Peterson $12,000. Cevert, who had started fifth on the grid, overhauled pole-sitter Stewart as thay roared down the backstretch dining their 13th circuit of the new 3.377-mile Watkins Glen Grand Prix circuit. He never was in danger of losing the lead, although Belgian Jackie Ickx kept his Ferrari in contention until forced into a late pit stop. Stewart, who added two points to his total toward the world driving championship, already had clinched the Grand Prix title with six wins before coming to the Glen. Peterson had clinched second place. Cevert covered the 199 miles distance at an average speed of 115.92 miles per hour. Ickx, who trailed Cevert by only 3 seconds when he was forced to pit. turned the fastest lap of the race—117.495 miles per hour—and received a bonus J of $5,000. Cevert, a curly-haired bachelor, is the brother-in-law of Grand Prix driver Jean-Pierre Beltoise. He joined Stewart's Tyrrell-Ford team last year. In 10 events leading up to the Glen, he had finished second twice and had the Italian Grand Prix won until running out of steam on the last lap. This was his first victory, and the slender Frenchman splashed champaign over car owner Ken Tyrrell during an! exhuberent victory lane cele-j bration. 1. Arkansas State, 2-0; did not play 2. North Dakota State, 4-0; defeated Mornlngsido, lov/a 62-0 3. Grambllng, 4-0; defeated View, Texas 30-7 4. Western Kentucky, 3-0; defeated East Tennessee State 36-7 5. Montana, 3-1; lost to Idaho 21-17 6. Delaware, 3-0; beat Villanova 73-15 7. Louisiana Tech, 2-1; lost to McNeese Stale, La. 29-22 0. Eastern Michigan, 30; defeated Idaho State 23-22 9. Eastern Kentucky, 4 0; defeated Austin Peay 14-9 10. Tennessee State, 2-1 Southern 28-23 hi 10--Dortho Fiskin 177; hi 30—Corky Furman 441. Major splits converted— Nella Marias 4-10. Sunset Dodgers League Team hi game and series—Photo Center 876 and 2456. Women's hi 10 — Velda Christian 194; hi 30—Ida Marclano 515. Major splits converted—Pauline Belew 5-7, VI Collins 4-7-10, Ida Marclano 6-7, Kathy Lies 4-5-7, Debbie Cornelson 6-7, Hulch Burger 1837. Women's hi 10 and 30 Neva Wnlborn 188 and 513. Major splits converted Teri Orrtjer. 6-7-10, Doris McQueen 6-7, Belva Raymond 5-6. Sandhill League Team hi game and series Captain's Lounge 1156 and 3102. Mens' hi 10 Don Linc-baugh 247; hi 30 Charlie Keffer 612. Other features Ray Wren 608. Early Birds League Team hi game Mixers 476; series 4th & Plum 66 1339. Women's hi 10 and 30 Barbara Sisson 196 and 491. Maior splits Prairie j Patt y Wood s . 7/ Dee E ,| |of 5 . 7 . 9 _ Friday Men's League Team hi game—Northgate 936; serie Darling-Hodisco 2711. Men's hi 10—John 'converted Iva Ford 5-6, Gene Mayes Schull 203; hi 30- Ron Gordon 5(0. Major: '.-7, Wanda Lemon 4-7-10, Beverly Spencer splils converted—Sam Marciono 4-9-10. (4-10, Frances Thurman 5-7, 5-B-10. Slumblers League iBeta Siqma Phi League Team hi game and series—Dutchmen i Team hi game and series Sigma 469 !655 and 1910. Men's hi 10—lack Elliottjand 1261. Women's hi lo Jo Holccmb J193; hi 30—Dave Arnbrister 502. Women's! 187; hi 30 Penny Loren,: 435. Major ihl 10 and 30—Sharon Ycder 193 ami 537. j splils converted E. Hall 5-7, E. Stenson ost to Texas I M a]or splits converted — Jim Coffman 13-7. 16-7-10, Joe Sivanson 6-7-8-10, Carl Chick j Wednesday Wonders League line up and go without giving them time to make a bunch of signals, changes and stunts. We probably made a mistake not doing more of it.*' Actually, Alabama ran two quick plays at the start of the game before Mississippi called time out to adjust to the speedup, and Alabama then reverted to huddling between plays. It really made no difference, even if Bryant appeared a bit displeased, as the seventh-ranked Crimson Tide scored without much trouble and amassed 531 yards rushing in mauling Ole Miss 40-6 Saturday in a Southeastern Conference clash. Burners Hold Early Lead The first nine 18 - hole Ross tournament holes of t h e Wilson Golf completed were gained the top spot in the husband - wife event with 39 points. The final round of the tournament will be played this Sunday at the Dunes. Scoring is based on a system that gives one point for a triple 1 bogey, two points for a double bogey, threa points for a bogey, four points for a par round, five for a birdie, six for an eagle and 15 for a hole-in-one. Each golfer's handicap is then added to liis or her point accumulation. The Lyle Foys were in second place after the first round with 38 points, and the Howard Hollingsworths w ere third with 37 tallies. The Nelson Morgans had 35 points, and three couples— the N. C. Bosses, L. L. Mc- Cormicks and Marshall Walkers, all had 34s. Powder Puff Game Slated 6-7-10. Day Breakers League Team hi game—Hart's IGA 487; series —3 Spares 1331. Women's hi 10— Betty Stehr 193; hi 30—Margaret Williams 485. Major splits converted—T. Stout 4-7 -10, J. Stafford 5-6, Carol Hephner 2-6 -10, Fern Gi|bert 5-6-10. Emogene Headley i 5-10, G. Cowarclen 5-10. Teachers Pastime League Team hi game—Gals 588; series—Red Roses 1148. Men's hi 10 and 20—Bud Wallborn 178 and 352. Women's hi 10 and 20—Anita Shoaf 176 and 345. Major splits converted—Carole Garrett 5-10. Industrial League Team hi game and series—Architectural Sunday afternoon at Prairie Minwork 911 and 2563. Avon's hi to— I Charles Hoffman 233; hi 30—Bill Murphy Dunes, and the Jlld Duemers '583. Major splits converted-Mel Schnider '4-9-10. Women's Classic League Team hi game and series Riverside Lanes 880 and 2525. Women's hi 10 Ruby Bottoms 244; hi 30 Neva Welborn 525. Major splits converted Fran Clark 4-7 -9. Pleasure League Team hi game and series Bankers Investment Co. 999 and 2822. Mens' hi 10 Lonnie Rempel 204; hi 30 J. Rucker 567. Dillons League Team hi game Bob Katz 8-10; seri Boomers 2363. Mens' hi 10 Fred Caywcod 220; hi 30 Ron Gordon 554. Women's hi 10 and 30 Jo Ann Allen 192 and 476. Original Mixers League Team hi game and series Kith-N-Kin 664 and 1915. Mens' hi 10 Pete Hlebert 193; hi 30 Don Barteltt 539. Women's hi 10 and 30 Jane Hendricks 208 and 558. Major splits converted Ben Zerger 4-7-9-10. Countryside Classic League Team hi game and series Riverside Lanes 943 and 2782. Mens' hi 10 Larry O'Connell 235; hi 30 Don Miller 596. Sunflower League Team hi game Windom American Legion 907 8, John's Conoco 907; series Windom American Legion 2631. Men's hi 10 and 30 Carl Mecl; 202 and 563. Major splits converted Homer Adrian 3-9-10. Golfeites League Team hi game and series Slicers 524 and 1474. Women's hi 10 Diane Kaegi 205; hi 30 Jody Armstrong 549. Silver Toppers League Team hi game Gophers 753; series; Slickers 2096. Men's hi 10 and 30 Hollings- j tion. worth 221 and 563. , Pin Ups League Team hi game and series B. L. D. 503 and 1423. Women's hi 10 and 30 Carol Hornbuckle 20? and 573. Major splits converted Laura Eberhardt 4-7-10, 5-6-10. Countryside League Team hi game and series Citgo 1030 and 2958. Mens' hi 10 Jack Van Malta 248; hi 30 Claude Brummett 576. Team hi game and series High Lows U3 and 1263. Women's hi 10 Ardith Thompson 170; hi 390 Claire Stephenson 456. Other features Clarendene Deatrick 144 triplicate on 130 average. Ma|or splits converted Marceline Johanning 5-8, 5-10, Marva Gregg 5-10. CONSTIPATED 9 DUE TO LACK OF FOO» " BULK IN YOUR DIET • f&Zwjtfif BUDS Tli« Buhler High School pirls Pe '-p Clu'i w'll play a Powder Puff football game Tuesday night at tha high school football field. Only members of the Pep Club will be eligible to play in the game which is a fund - raising event. The game starts at 7:32 p.m. with one team to be called the Here team and the other the Now team. The girls will play tackle football, but will wear no pads. j Members of th? Buhler High] football team will be cheerleaders. There mil be an admission charge of 25 cents. City Center Firms Buy Hawk Pictures For the third year, the merchants of City Center have purchased a group picture and an individual picture of each of the Salt Hawk football players. City Center merchants will be displaying these pictures in their stores during the month of October. This is an unusual program, and enables each of the players to have a life-time momenta of his playing days with the Salt Hawk football team. This year, the merchants purchased 53 pictures at SI a picture for the boys and their coaches. After the pictures have been displayed for about 30 to 45 days, the players will report to the places of business and pick up the pictures the merchants have purchased for them. "The merchants feel strongly about the athletic program of the Hutchinson public school system and feel that this is a way that they can indicate their support," said Bill Long, president of the City Center Associa- END DENTURE MISERY What is a compact bank? It's where the emphasis is on service .. . not eize. 601 East 30th / 663-120! / Hutchinson WRESTLING Convention Hall TONIGHT US Central States Title Match Champion Challenger Race Vs. Rnfus R. Jones TagTeam Match Chat! Yokouehi and Yosu Fuji Vs Steve Bolus and Danny Littlehear Cirls Girls Girls Galento Vs. MiccoJi Yokouehi Vs Bolus Tickc^iTSaieAt DuckwaNs—13th & Main General Admission Tickets Go On Sale 6 PM The Night Of The Match Prices $2.00-$3.00 Sponsored by Hutchinson Jaycecs REFITS DENTURES BEAUTIFULLY Miracle plastic DENTURITE refits loose dentures in five minutes. This "Cushion of Comfort" cases sore gums.You cat anything. Laugh, talk, even sneeze without embarrassment. No more food particles under plates. DENTURITE lasts for months. F.nds daily bother of powder, paste or cushions. Just remove when refit is needed. Tasteless, Odorless. Money back guarantee. At all drug counters. 612 East First • Kitchen Cabinets • Plumbing Supplies • Electrical Supplies • Light Fixtures • Construction Materials • Hand Tools Only Indians While Alabama was boosting its record to 4-0, the other members of The Associated Press' Top Ten, except for No. 10 Stanford, remained unbeaten and untied. Alabama, avenging a 48-23 setback k> Ole Miss last year, when the Tide gained only 27 yards on the ground, shredded the Mississippi defense with its bruising running attack this time before a record crowd of 72,871 at Birmingham, Ala. Johnny Musso, who sets an Alabama record nearly every time he handles the ball, carried 22 times for 193 yards and scored once. The touchdown was the 31st of his career, tying an SEC record. Quarterback Jerry Tagge paced Nebraska's attack throwing TD passes of 14 yards to Bill Olds and 36 yards to Johnny Rodgers and scoring twice on runs of one and three yards against Utah State. A disappointed but awed Utah State Coach Chuck Mills paraphrased Julius Caesar, saying: "We came, we saw, we were conquered. Tired Of Criticism Michigan Coach Bo Schem- bechler was a little testy despite his team's rout of Navy. "People should stop expecting us to win by 50 because we are not that good. Quit saying Michigan looks lousy and give that other team credit," he snapped. "They really took it to us and [other score in Colorado's victo- played a heck of a first half. Try over Kansas State. "I still Alan Walker scored twice for the Wolverines, while Billy Taylor moved into second place on Michigan's all-time nishing list—305 yards behind Ron Johnson's record 2,440 yards and one yard ahead of Tom Harmon—by carrying 11 times for 78 yards and a career total of 2,115. Donnie Wigginton, filling in for injured quarterback Eddie Phillips, led Texas on four long scoring drives and ran for 116 yards and one touchdown in 13 attempts as the Longhorns manhandled Oregon. Phillips, bothered by a pulled leg muscle for more than month, was taken out late in the first quarter as a precautionary measure, but is expected to be ready for next Saturday's game against Oklahoma. Bob Minnix slipped through Michigan State's defense for a pair of first-period touchdowns and Notre Dame made them stand up in a game in which Spartans' Coach Duffy Daugherty was highly critical of thi> officiating. "This was the worst officiated game I have seen in all my years of coaching," fumed Daugherty. Asked if he would make any formal complaints about the officiating, Daugherty replied: "No, but I'll criticize them publicly." Three Poor Calls? W hat drew Daugherty's wrath were two calls against the Spartans for offensive pass interference and another playj in which he thought a Notre Dame player should have been called for roughing the kicker but wasn't. The passing combination of Pat Sullivan to Terry Beasley led Auburn past Kentucky. Sullivan riddled the Wildcats' defense for 16 completions in 25 attempts for 253 yards and two touchdowns. One TD strike was 59-yarder to Beasley, who caught a total of nine passes for 194 yards. Beasley's touchdown was the 19th of his career, an SEC record. Cliff Branch returned a punt 49 yards for a touchdown and grabbed a 20-yard pass for aiv excited whenever Branch (pass against Southern CaJifor- Coloradolnia. but rolled up 516 yards But J rushing from its Wishbone-T offence Greg Pruitt paced the Sooners unstoppable ground with touchdown runs of get takes the ball,"' said Coach Eddie Crowder. that's because I don't know whether he'i! drop it or score a touchdown." Oklahoma game tossed only one 75, 38 and seven yards. The News Football Quiz (Mark out team you believe will lose. Give margin for winner, not game score. Mark out — do not underline. ) Example: XXXXXX at Upset U Games for week ending Oct. 9 Kansas .State at Kansas Nebraska at Missouri -Oklahoma at Texas Colorado at Iowa State - TCU at Oklahoma State Army at Perm State Navy at Pittsburgh Syracuse at Maryland Indiana at Wisconsin Michigan at Michigan State Minnesota at Purdue Georgia at Mississippi - SMU at Air Force California at Oregon St - S:.'inford at Washington - 14 Name Address It is not necessary to use this blank. You may make as many as needed for the family, one entry per person. Clip and mail in envelope to Football, care of Hutchinson News, Hutchinson, Kan., 300 West 2nd, 67501, not later than Friday noon. You may copy and mail on postcard, but do NOT clip and paste or staple on postcard. 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