The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 10, 1971 · Page 49
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? i WINNERS in Sandy's pass, dribble and shoot contest were annoimced Saturday. First through tlu'rd in boys' competition were, from right, Gary Thompson, 611 West 8th, Kim Krehbiel, Pretty Prairie, and (News Photo by Emery Macglrvln) Todd Gayer, Buhler. In girls' competition, first through third from left were Kim Price, 204 West 28th, Ann Etzler, 204 Countryside Drive, and Jeanne Ward, 2005 Cone. Over Stubborn Iowa State Buffs Pull It Out, 24-14 Yardstick Col. ISU i First downs 26 17 Rushes-yards 70-314 40-94 Passing yardage 102 171 Return yardage -1 o Passes 5-14-1 14-24-1 Punts 5-34 7-27 Fumbles lost 2 1 Yards penalized 41 32 AMES, Iowa (AP)-J.B. Dean kicked a 32-yard fourth quarter field goal and came up with a! final-minutes interception Saturday to spark fifth-ranked Colorado to a 24-14 Big Eight conference football victory over Iowa State. Unbeaten Colorado, 5-0, was hard-pressed by 18-point underdog Iowa State, 3-1, and finally Oklahoma State, TCU Tie 14-14 put the game out of reach with 42 seconds remaining on Cliff Branch's eight-yard touchdown FORT WORTH (AP) Texas Christian and Oklahoma State both struck with lightning speed Saturday night for two touchdowns apiece and a 14-14 stalemate in a non-conference football collision. The Cowboys from Oklahoma took the ball on the TCU 39 and marched in seven plays to knot the score with only a minute and 12 seconds left in the game. • Texas Christian appeared to have the contest sewed up in the fourth period when Steve Judy hit Ronnie Peoples with a 54-yard scoring pass to break a 7-7 deadlock. Then Oklahoma State's Brent Blackman found a Steve Pettes in the end zone and hit him with a six-yard strike that tied the game with Uwe Pruss' soccer type point after kick. Bobby Davis crashed ofl right guard and burst 59 yards for a TCU score 'in the first quarter to break the ice on the Scoreboard. Not until the third quarter did Oklahoma put together a strike and tie the game 7-7 when Tommy Woods spurted off left guard to 'score after a pass and penalty set up the touchdown from 19 yards out. Ransom Wins 59-0 Ransom 59 Kensington 0 Cheyenne League Ransom (S-0) 020.2019—59 At Klnslngton (3-2) 000 0—0 Game statistics, home team first: First Downs 4; 14. Yds. rushing 275; 489. Pass es attempted, completed, yards gained 6, 1, 27; 9, 3, 59. Scoring: R—Roy Simon 7 run, Steve Potter PAT run; Gene Flax 37 pass from Nolan Cromwell, PAT failed; Cromwell 54 run, Stove Pottor PAT run; Cromwell 8 run, PAT failed. Cromwell 7 run, PAT failed. Vernon Flax 70 run. Rick Trlpplott kick, Flax 25 run, PAT failed; Flax 16 run PAT failed; Jerry Rider 49 intercepted pass, PAT failed. run. Both teams muffed final quarter scoring drives before the Buffs drove from their own 45 after a short punt to set up Dean's field goal that came with 6:48 to play. Iowa State's Matt Blair recovered a Colorado fumble at the Buffs' 37 with 2:14 left, giving Iowa State a final chance. Two plays later, sophomore Dean intercepted a Dean Carlson pass at the Colorado 38. Ken Johnson's 56-yard pass to Branch took the ball to the Iowa State three. A penalty pushed the ball back to the eight before split end Branch scored on a reverse. Carlson's nine-yard run late in the third quarter had knotec the score at 14-14. Colorado marched 75 yards to take a 7-0 lead on its first possession. Tailback Charley Davi finished the 15-play drive with a seven-yard scoring run. Iowa State rolled 59 yards in eight plays early in the second quarter for the 7-7 tie. Tailback George Amundson's 28-yarc pass to Willie Jones brought the TD. Four plays later, ISU got th ball back at the Colorado 3 when punter John Stearns gam bled on a fourth down and nin tnd was stopped seven yards tiort. A rare Amundson pass to uarterback Carlson took the KWU Drops Warriors STERLING — Kansas Wesleyan pinned Sterling College with a 14-3 defeat Saturday night in Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference football action. The loss gave Sterling a 3-2 record for the season. Sterling took a 3-0 lead midway in the first quarter on a 30-yard field goal by Gary Gates. However, Kansas Wesleyan scored in the second period on a 31-yard pass from John Hartshorn to Mike McCrory to take a 7-3 lead at halftime. KWU added another score in the final quarter on a seven- yard pass from Charles Jessamy to his brother, Steve Jessamy. Sterling was held to 48 yards rushing. The Warriors picked up 220 yards in the air on 14 of 31 attempts. Kansas Wesleyan totaled 232 yards on the ground and 53 by passing. Vols Nudge Georgia Tech KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) George Hunt kicked a 20-yard field goal, helping Tennessee to Big Red Applies Big Hurt Busker's Machine Rolls Over Mizzou Yardstick Nebraska First downs . . Rushes-yards Passing yardage Missouri 28 7 73-334 23-9 .269 104 Return yardage ...112 92 Passes '. 21-35-0 9-25-3 Punts 3-36 10-36 Fumbles lost 1 o Yards penalized . .5-53 3-42 COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Top-ranked Nebraska had to huff and puff for awhile Saturday before Jeff Kinney broke loose for two touchdowns and the Cornhuskers went on to a 36-0 Big Eight Conference football victory over Missouri that extended their string of consecutive games without defeat to It took the Cornhuskers, who piled up 330 yards total offense in the first half, 21 minutes, IS seconds to find the range, bu1 once they did there seemed little doubt about the outcome. ty between Kinney's touchdown 1 runs of 1 and 3 yards, Monte Johnson blocking Jack Bas- able's quick-kick from his goal line out of the end zone. Quarterback Jerry Tagge, whose running and passing picked up tremendous yardage, Mt Johnny Rodgers with a 28- yard pass midway through the third period for Nebraska's third touchdown. Rodgers picked up a would-be tackier at the eight and carried him into the end zone with him. Tagge snaked across from the one on the third quarter's final play to end an 81-yan march. The Cornhuskers got their last score in the fourth Jeff Hughes breaking through from the nine. Rich Sanger con verted after the first four Nebraska sandwiched a safe- touchdowns. Sanger's 37-yard field goal at- empt failed in the last seconds if the first quarter. It was the irst time this season Nebraska las been denied a point in the opening period. 'The Cornhuskers drove from their 27 all the way to the Mis soui 9 where Kinney failed by .nches to make a first down with the opening kickoff. Nebr aska had driven from its 19 t< the Tiger 18 before Sanger triec the kick that was short. scoring Nobraska 0 16 14 6—36 Missouri 0000—0 NEB — Kinney 1 run (Sanger kick) NEB — Safety Johnson blocked punt out of end zone NEB — Kenney 3 run (Sanger kick) NEB — Rodgers 28 pass from Tagge (Sanger kick) NEB — Taggo 1 run (Sanger kick) NEB — Hughes 9 run (kick failed) A — 61,200. Page 21 The Hutchimon NeilW Saturday, Oct. 9,1971 Ellington Wins Finale Henry Ellington won the fea- ure in the stock car division Saturday night in the final races I the year at the Salthawk Speedway. The Hutchinson won has racer, who numerous tunes in races this year, won over Jim Vlayes of Hutchinson and Doug Schultz of Raymond. . ,. 7 > Jack Petty of Wichita was "-the winner in the first heat.; He also won the trophy dash. Larry Crowl, Hutchinson, was .the winner in the second heat race."' Dan Irsik, Hutchinson won the feature of the hobby car division. Dane Brubacker, Hutchinson placed second and Jim Ellington, Hutchinson, finished third. . .;'. Irsick, also won the first heat race and the trophy dash. Jerry Johnson of Sterling was the winner in the second heat race. >all to the 19. Amundson ran or three more yards before 3arlson threw a 14-yard pass to )ennis McDonald, but the senior fullback fumbled at the Col- rado one and the Buffs recovered. Banger's recovery of a Bob Mathews fumble in the end x>ne foiled a 72-yard Colorado drive with 3:38 left in the half. Colorado held a 416-265 edge n total yardage. Johnson com- )ined for 195 yards, picking up 93 in 31 rushes and hitting five of 14 passes for an additional 102. Davis led all rushers with 113 yards in 17 carries, while Amundson had 58 in 20 to lead Iowa State. Carlson connected on 11 of 21 passes for 121 yards and Amundson was a perfect three of three for 50. A Parents' Day crowd of 32,)00, the second largest in Iowa State history, saw the game. Iowa State is at Kansas State next Saturday, while Colorado meets 9th ranked Oklahoma. Scoring Colorado 7 0 710—24 Iowa State .-. 0 7 7 0—14 C-DavIs 7 run (Dean kick). ISU-Jones 28 pass from Amundson (Shoemake kick). C-Nlchols 11 pass from Johnson (Dean kick). ISU-Carlson 9 run (Shoemwake kick). C-FG Dean 37 C-Branch 8 run (Dean kick) A~32,000 a 10-6 college football victory over Georgia Tech Saturday. Tennessee, No. 13 in the nation, now 3-1, scored its touchdown in the first minute of play on a 19-yard run by Curt Watson and Tech's Greg Horn plunged over from the six for the Yellow Jackets six-pointer with 44 seconds left in the game. Georgia Tech, 2-3, came out in the wishbone-T for the first time this year, but Tim Macy hobbled a handoff from quarterback Eddie McAshan and the Vols Eddie Brown recovered on the Tech 26. Hesston Wins Sixth HESSTON — Hesston College won its sixth soccer match of the season by defeating Oral Roberts University of Tulsa 7-1 Saturday afternoon. Hesston took a 1-9 lead in the first quarter, added four goals in the second period and added one goal in each of the last two periods. Oral Roberts got its only goal in the fourth quarter. Scoring for Hesston were Mullet, Stoltzfus, Landis anc Driver with one goal each an( Brubacher with .three goals. Hesston's record is now 6-1. READ ANY GOOD LABELS LATELY? IMAGIN FLORSHEIM SHOES HOB*. Know anything else that doesn't cost more s than it did ten years ago? That's right! In 1961 Florsheim Shoes started at $19.95. They still do! Important: . the price is the same and so is the quality. Why wear less than Florsheiml AMERICA'S FAVORITE WINTER TIRE WITH THE WIDE LOOK OF THE 70*8 New Permanent Press clothes and a gas dryer . . . the carefree pair. Leading manufacturers recommend tumble drying "for best no-iron results". If you want special care for Permanent Press clothes, .you should choose a gas dryer. 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