The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 10, 1971 · Page 47
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SPORTANGLES During football quiz sheet sea son, The News sports depart ment receives stacks and stacks of mail, and to speed things up the process is to run the envel opes through a cutter, pull OUL the contents on one side, am drop the empty envelope on the other. _ Among quiz sheets was an unsigned note to the sports edi tor: "Please give us a little information on the sensational All- American candidate — Sonny Sixkiller of Washington U Is he an Indian? Where was he raised? Etc." Good question. Sorry I don't know who asked it. .Sonny Is Product Of Pacific Northwest Sonny Sixkiller is part Indian, the grandson of a Cherokee chief. He is also part slingshot, possibly the best passer ever produced on the West Coast. Sonny grew up at Ashland, Ore., and was a fine passer wliHe in high school. But like many another highly talented performer he wasn't considered an outstanding college prospect because of his size, 5-11, 170 pounds. Since enrolling at Washington two years ago, however, he has grown an inch in height, 14 pounds in weight, aad to proportions of Paul Bunyan in stature. Sports Illustrated once said Sixkiller was ths most celebrated Indian in the Pacific Northwest since Sacajawea found a safe pass for Lewis and Clark (the explorers, not the college). That's an understatement. Moro people have heard about Sixkiller than ever heard of Sacajawea, and more opponents fear him than were frightened by Cochise, Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse combined. Sixkiller revolutionized Washington football. Coach Jim Owen, a product of the Bud Wilkinson Oklahoma school, had avoided the pass like the plague. His troops, however, hadn't moved the ball nearly as effectively as Wilkinson's men, on the ground. In 1969, black athletes at Washington charged that Owen and his staff were discriminating against them. There was dissension, lousy team work, poor play execution. The team finished the season 1-9. • Owen was ready to try anything —even a passing attack. Owen Looked Kindlier On Blacks and Passers In 1970, Owen liberalized rules which blacks had objected to, and liberalized his thinking about passers. He hired a black on his coaching staff, a former Husky, Ray Jackson. Even so eight blacks quit the squad in 1970. But despite the loss of good black talent, one sure-fingered red started turning Washington football upside down and Washington's opponents inside out. Owen designed plays to take advantage of Sixkiller's talents. In ten games last year, Washington threw 415 passes, completed 213 for 22 touchdowns and 2,721 yards. Sophomore Sixkiller hit on 186 of 362 passes for 15 ids and 2,303 yard*. He set 10 school records. In 1969 Washington had avaraged 11 points a game, but with Sixkiller triggering the passes, Washington's per game average jumped to 33 a game. The Huskies won six of ten last year. With Sixkiller out-gunning Billy the. Kid, the Huskies won their first four games this season, averaging 49% points per game. They headed into Saturday's clash with Stanford, unbeaten, rated llth in the AP poll, ninth by Kick-off and first by Washington fans who believe they owe it all to Sixkiller. Sonny has one more year with the Huskies. With Owen's change of heart on passing, good wide receivers have been seeking the Seattle campus they once avoided. Owen might get Washington into the Rose Bowl this year, but if not he has- an excellent chance next year. After that the pros will be hot and heavy'after Sixkiller, even though he is small by pro standards. Ideally, Sonny will wind up on the Washington Redskins' reservation. By FRED MENDELL Quarterback Bob Albright connected on 13 of 20 passes or 231 yards while leading the iutchinson Community Blue Dragons to a 34-7 victory over Hutchinson News Sunday, Oct. 10, 1971 Page 19 Jaynes Feeds Schroll; Jays Torture Willie First downs Rushes-yards Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Yardstick K-State Kansas 12 24 37-150 58-245 97 2CO 16 35 6-25-1 16-23-0 9-32 5-34' 1 1 25 58 HUTCHINSON'S John Schroll takes a pass from Kansas quarterback David Jaynes and races to pay- dirt Saturday afternoon in Big Eight football action at Lawrence. Schroll caught nine passes to tie a KU (News Pholo by Dean Hlnnen) record and the Jayhawks stunned favored Kansas State, 39-13. The Snort Is Back; Dragons Sports Results the Highland Scotties before a felt like ice-cakes, but nearly well chilled crowd of about 2,- all of the crowd stayed with 500 fans at Gowans field, Sat- the game until Hutchinson had urday night. a 27-7 lead in the third quarter. The temperature was in low- Fewer than 1,000 were still there er 50's, and grandstand seats for the final whistle. Highland tried to make like Grid Quiz Results Kansas 39, Kansas State 13 Nebraska 36, Missouri 0 Oklahoma 48, Texas 27 Colorado 24, Iowa State 14 Penn State 42, Army 0 TCU at Oklahoma State, night Pittsburgh 36, Navy 35 Syracuse 21, Maryland 13 Wisconsin 35, Indiana 29 Michigan 24, Michigan State 13: Purdue 27, Minnesota 13 Georgia 38, Mississippi 7 Air Force 30, SMU 0 . California 30, Oregon State 27 Stanford 17, Washington 4 Oklahoma State 14, TCU 14, tie College Football EAST Boston College 23, Vlllanova 7 Coast. Guard 31, Wesleyan 20 Dartmouth 19, Penn 3 Harvard 21, Columbia 19 Ithaca 39, Fordham 0 Lehlgh 35, Rutgers 14 Albany St. 35, Niagara 20 Howard 29, Delaware State 3 Davidson 20, Bucknell 8 Delaware 48, Lafayette o Holy Cross 28, Colgate 14 New Hampshire 24, Maine 14 Vermont 32, Rhode Island 24 Amherst 39, Bowdoln 21 Boston U. 47, Massachusetts 21 Edlnboro. State 29, Indiana, Pa. 23 Glassboro State 21, Adelphi 12 Cornell 19, Princeton 8 Gettysburg 42, Albright 13 Yale 17, Brown 10 Temple 38,. Connecticut o SOUTH Auburn 27, So. Mississippi 14 Citadel 25, Virginia Military 24 Maryland Slate 13, Morgan State 13 ' Florida State 27, Mississippi State 9 Johns Hopkins 27, Urslnus 14 Tennessee 10, Georgia Tech 6 Tulane 37, North Carolina 29 ' Morehead State 22,. Austin Peay 0 Clemson 3, Duke 0 West Virginia 28, William & Mary 23 Notre Dame 17, Miami, Fla. 0 LSU 48, Florida 7 Alabama 42, Vanderbilt 0 Furman 21, West Carolina 14 Louisville 26, Memphis State 20 No. Carolina State 21, Wake Forest 14 South Carolina 34, Virginia 14 Tampa 47, Dayton 14 Ohio 35, Kentucky 6 Richmond 14, East Carolina 7 MIDWEST Northern Iowa 28, Drake 0 North Dakota 35, So Dakota State 7 Westrtiar 25, Yankton 7 William Jewell 22, Tarkio 7 Ohio State'24, Illinois 10 , West Michigan 31, Kent State 0 Ball State 20, Indiana State 17 East Michigan 17, West Kentucky 14 Kenyon College 39, Carnegie-Mellon 19 Moorhead State 35, Kearney State 21 Northern- Colo. 22, Nebraska, Omaha 17 Ohio Wesleyan 16, Wooster 0 Valparaiso 30, Evansville 27 Toledo 24, Bowling Green 7 Northwestern 28, Iowa 3 NE Mlsourl St. 14, Wayne St., Neb. t Culver-Stockton 22, Albert Lea, Minn. 19 Missouri Western 21, Peru, St., Neb. 12 Cincinnati 30, Xavler 7 Northern Illinois 37, Marshall 18 SOUTHWEST Akron 20, North Texas State 6 Arkansas 35, Baylor 7 UT-Arlingfon 13, West Texas State 0 FAR WEST UCLA 34, Washing in State 21 Western St. Colo. 14, West New Mexico Arizona State 42, Colo. State Univ. 0 Utah. State 29, Brlgham Young 7 Wyoming 14,.Arizona 3 Adams State 28, Ff. Lewis Col. 25 Idaho 40, Idaho State 3 Exhibition Basketball Virginia, ABA, 114, Memphis, ABA 110 Cincinnati, NBA 107, Cleveland, NBA 104 Baltimore, NBA at New York, ABA, ppd., wet court. NHL Exhibitions Minnesota 4, Detroit 2 New York 4, Montreal 4, tie Chicago '4. St. Louis 2 Pittsburgh 3, Philadelphia 2 AHL Exhibitions Hershey 4, Richmond 2 Springfield 3, Cleveland 2 Crimson Tide Beat Vandy NASHVILLE, Term., (AP) — Alabama tailback Johnny Musso broke one Southeast Conference record and moved closer to another as the sixth-ranked Crimson Tide laced error-prone Vanderbilt 42-0 Saturday night. Musso broke the conference record for career touchdowns by running untouched for a 17-yard score in the first quarter. It gave him 32 career TDs, breaking the ,mark of 31 set by Georgia's Charlie Trippi in the 1940s. • . Musso, who only played three quarters, also ran a two-point conversion'in the third quarter, giving him a career total of 194 points—10 short of the SEC record of 204 set by Georgia Tech's Billy Lothridge between 1961 and 1963. . After Musso's touchdown,' the Crimson Tide, now 5-0 overall and 3-0 in the SEC, added field goals by Bill Davis and Gary Gantt. . The rest of the Tide scoring came on a one-yard run by Ellis B e c k, a nine-yard pass from Terry Davis to Jim Simmons, a 55-yard punt re turn'by Bobby McKinney and an 11-yard run by Johnny Sharpless. Washburn Trims Hays TOPEKA (AP) - Kevin McCorniick tallied three touchdowns on runs of 19, 9. and 4 yards Saturday night, leading ._-,.. ... Washburn to a 34-10 football Northern Arizona 55, Montana State 16 victory oyer p^ Hayg g^ Washburn held a slim 13-10 halftime lead, but McCormick broke it up with two touchdowns in the third quarter. It was unbeaten Washburn's fifth victory. Fort Hays is 1-3-1. Kansas Colleges Kansas Wesleyan 14, Sterling 3 Bethany 14, McPherson o Graceland 16, College of Emporia'4 Southern Colorado 30, Emporia 9 Friends 34, Bethel o Missouri Valley 28, Ottawa 18 Juco Football Fort Scott 46, Pratt 16 . . Hutchinson 34, Highland 7. v Garden City 34, Dodge City U . NE Oklahoma 32, Independence 18 Butler County 20, Cowley County 14 College '^.'Country Nebraska 23, Missouri 37 Kansas 20, Southern Illinois 37 Fort Scott at the start. The Scotties put the ball in play on their own 34 and didn't release the ball until Quarterback Mike Roggentien hit Tight End Casper Ziegler with a 24-yard scoring pass. Mike Peters' conversion kick was good and the Scotties held a 7-0 lead; : The •: drive featured ..th6 ^running of Parker • ^ersftn ''• "wHoi carried six times for'gains of 27 yards. The longest single gainer aside from the scoring play was a pass interference call against Hutchinson that netted 15 yards. From that point, however, it was all Hutchinson as follows: First quarter — Halfback Don Klos, six yards, ending 39 yard drive started with pass interception by, Steve Dutton, and featuring 27-yard pass, Bob Albright .to Tom • Ruane that carried to the 11-yard line. Albright kicked conversions on all but the second touchdown. Second quarter — Klos on 18- yard run ending 68 yard drive featuring a 37-yard pass, Albright to Dan McClure, and an 11-yard run' by Keck Kimball. Second quarter — Tom Ruane on 80-yard pass play, starting with 25-yard pass from Albright. Beautiful play! Ruane faked nearest tackier out of position, cut across field and out-ran three defenders to go in standing up. It was first play after Highland yielded ball on a touchback. Third quarter — Abright, six yards on busted play. No one took the hand-off, s 0 Albright went around end on his own, ending 40-yard march which featured a 26-yard pass, Albright to McClure and 19-yard run by Don Klos. Fourth quarter — Don Klos on seven-yard run following block- Methodist Down Baker BALDWIN, Kan. (AP) ,Central Methodist broke a tie with a wild fourth-quarter toucMowjri'^pIay and defeated Baker.24-10';,Saturday night in a Heart of America football game. The score was 14-all when Baker fumble at the Baker 35 and started goalward. Fifteen yards later he lateralled to Preston Barrett who scored. In the last 30 seconds Cen tral, with third down and 15 on its own seven, hit a 61-yard pass from Jim Stamos to Dan Poggenmiller. Stamos sneaked for the final touchdown as the clock ran out. Central has a 2-2 record, Baker 0-1-1. ' ;d punt on 18-yard line recov- sred by tackle Ron Barnes on ieven yard line. Moments later Dan McClure returned a punt 68 yards into the end zone but the touchdown was nullified by a clipping penalty. The victory gives Coach John Matous' Blue Dragons a 2-2-1 record for the season. Highland is now 1-3. Highland 7 0 LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — David Jaynes, who spurned a scholarship at Alabama to play close to home, gunned three touchdown passes in less than 10 minutes. Saturday to fire Kansas to a 39-13 smashing of slightly favored Kansas State. The Jayhawks, unable to mount a serious threat behind regular quarterback Dan Heck in the first quarter despite excellent field position, turned to Jaynes, a sophomore from nearby Bonner Springs, Kan., in the second quarter. Jaynes, who once announced he was going to Alabama to play for "Bear" Bryant, then changed his mind to stay home completed 12 of 18 passes for 163 yards, playing barely more than two quarters. Tight end John Schroll caught nine of his tosses for 88 yards, tying a school record for num her of receptions. Jaynes took Kansas 37 yards to a touchdown on the first series after he took over. The Jayhawks, opening their Big Eight Conference season, got the 7-0 lead following a short punt with Jaynes passing nine yards to Delvin Williams for the score. K-State made a game of it iriefly at the start of the sec- >nd half, sweeping 57 yards in our plays with the kickoff. Dennis Morrison's 44-yard pass Fred Barrill set up the ouchdown that made it 10-7. Jaynes exploded the Wild :ats' hopes for -a comeback, lowever, drilling touchdown passes of 13 yards to Schroll and 50 yards to Marvin Foster within a span ^f two minutes. 14 seconds midway through ,hird period. Kansas, rebounding after two non-conference losses on the road, kept on the pressure will Bob Helmbacher's 32-yard fiel Hutchinson First Downs Yds. Rushing Passes Pass Yardage [ntercepted by Total net yards 3 enalties D unts Fumbles lost 7 13 0 0— 7 7-34 Hutch Highland 15 208 13-25 231 2 439 7-85 7-33 0 11-2 146 0 139 7-65 11-32 goal and Jerome Nelloms' one yard plunge for a touchdow after a pass interception. The Jayhawks then com pleted the rout with William_ 46-yard scoring run early in th fourth quarter after Jaynes ha departed., Kansas State, which had giv en powerful Colorado a mighty scare the week before, sal- 'aged a late touchdown on Bill Butler's 12-yard run. Aside from their two spurts he Wildcats could do nothing ffensively, as fantastic printing y Marc Harris and Heck-and n aroused defense, spear- eaded by Eddie Sheats, rippled the Cats' attack. The KU homecoming crowd t 51,617 was the largest ever to vatch a sports event in Kansas. Scoring Kansas State 00 7 6-13 Kansas 0101712-37 KU—Williams 9 pass from Jaynes (Helmbacher kick) KU-FG Helmbacher 40 KSU—Jackson 7 run (Georger kick) KU—Schroll 13 pass from Jaynes (Helmbacher kick) KU—Foster 50 pass from Jaynes (Helmbacher kick) KU—FG Helmbacher 32 KU—Nelloms failed) KU—Williams failed) KSU—Butler failed) 4- -4 1 run (kick 44 run (kick 12 run (pass Rumors Sparked Jaynes LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Reports that he was the object )f some Kansas State remarks hat "I wasn't as good as I was upposed to be," apparently lelped spur the sharp passing lerformance of Kansas soph- imore David Jaynes Saturday. "They recruited me heavily," faynes said of Kansas State. 'When I decided on KU, I neard rumors. they said I wasn't as good as I was supposed to be. "And maybe I'm not. But I :ure wanted to beat them." Jaynes' performance apparently moved him into equalbil- ing with senior Dan Heck as ar as Kansas Coach Don Fam)rough is concerened. "We don't have a single 'firs t-string' quarterback," Fambrough said. "We have two quarterbacks. You might say they are the quarterback twins,. "Dan Heck played a fine game as did Jaynes. Heck did everything we expected him to do. As we go along through the season Jaynes may be playing more than he has been and that's according to-plan. ; "We ,wiil use Dan in.certairi situations and we will use Jay-" nes in certain situations." "I would have to say I was .urprised that we ran against Kansas State as well as we did," he said. The Red Eyes Of Texas Are Upon You OU's Hot Feet Wilt Yellow Rose First downs . , Rushes-yards Passing yardage Return yardage Passes . . . Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Yardstick OKLAHOMA TEXAS 22 .72-435 ...40 . ..36 .1-2-1 . 2-42 . . 2 . ..85 23 57-23) 148 4 10-19-1 5-40 4 29 DALLAS (AP)—Shrimp-sized Greb Pruitt, a 176-pound meteor blazed for three touchdowns and over 200 yards rushing Saturday to give the 8th - ranked Oklahoma Sooners a 48-27 Vic- tory over 3rd-ranked Texas in a brutal, sledgehammer war of wishbone offenses. The five-foot-nine Pruitt, a junior from' Houston, dashed through and around the Long- Splits Hairs Now NEW YORK (AP) - Richard Hartwich no longer has to worry about split decisions. The former European amateur middleweight boxer now designs wigs. the year against three losses and the first time the Long- lost to the Sooners riorns had since 1966 It was the most points scored against Longhorn coach Darrell Royal since he came to Texas and was the most yardage ever yielded by his team. - BIUC land Junio land junior College defense Saturday night at Gow fns Stadium. Providing pass proSoTior Sbright is fullba <* Brian Brunswig (44). Hutchinson defeated the Scotties, 34 to 7. horn flanks virtually unmolested as he piled up 219 yards rushing in 21 sorties. Pruitt pranced to touchdown., on runs of 1, 4 and 20 yards as undefeated Oklahoma used the ground thundering Wishbone-T offense made famous by Texas for an awesome 425 yards on the ground. It was Texas first defeat of Pitts State Wins Fourth PITTSBURG, Kan. (AP) Pitt/burg State jumped to a 14- point lead in the second quarter and beat Missouri Southern 21-7 in football Saturday night. Alan Spencer passed 13 yards ;o Chuck Smith for Pittsburg's first touchdown, and Steve Howard went two yards for the second one. Quarterback Mike Sexton got Southern back in the game with a five-yard touchdown run in ;he third period, but Pittsburg made it safe on Albert Hughes' i 1-yard touchdown in the mirth, Pittsburg stands 4-0-1, Southern 1-4. Run Engine Dry MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) - Dne way to insure a longer life for your outboard engine is to run the engine dry after each use, advises the Evinrude NEWS Service. To use up the fuel merely disconnect the fuel line where it connects to the engine. Oklahoma piled up a 31-21 halftime lead after Texas took brief leads of 7-0 and 14-7 in the early going. Reserve quarterback Donnie Wigginton sped'to touchdowns on runs of 5, and 44 yards and .halfback Jim Bertelsen pulled three; yards for another touchddwn! as Texas- hung tough against 'the determined Sooners. But Roy Bell ran three yards for a touchdown for the Sooners and John Carroll kicked a 26 yard field goal with one second left to give Oklahoma a big halftime lead. Scoring OU 1417710—48 UT 14 7 6 0-J7 Tex — Wigginton 5, run (Valek kick) Okla — Pruitt 1 run (Carroll kick) Tex — Wigginton 44, run (Valek kick) Okla — Bell 3, run (Carroll kick) Okla — Pruitt 4, run (Carroll kick) Okla — Pruitt 20, run (Carroll kick) Tex — Bertelsen 3, run (Valek kick) Okla — FG Carroll 26 Okla — Mlldren 7, run (Carroll kick) Tex —Bertelsen 15, run (kick failed) Okla—FG Carroll 27 Okla — Mlldren 1, run (Carroll kick) A - 73,580. Falcons Top Bethel, 34-0 NORTH NEWTON — Quarter- jack Jim McDonald scored two ouchdowns and threw for another as Friends University )lasted Bethel College of Ne.w^ on 34-0 in Kansas College Ath- etic Conference football Saturday night. . McDonald scored on a 27- yard run and on a 12-yard run n the second quarter. He threw a 29-yard touchdown pass tq rreg Guise in the third period, Mike Byrd's 78-yard run put fiends.ahead in the first quarter. . . Friends is 2-2 for the year while Bethel has failed to win in four games.

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