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Sooners Jump From 8th to 2nd Big Eight Teams 1, 2, 6 In AP College Grid Poll By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Oklahoma's decisive 48-27 trouncing of Texas Saturday shot the Sooners into second place behind Nebraska in this week's Associated Press college football poll and set up a possible Thanksgiving Day showdown between the nation's 1-2 teams. The defending national champion Cornhuskers received 40 first-place votes and 1,056 points from a panel of 55 sports writers and broadcasters across the country following a 36 -0 rout of Missouri. Oklahoma received eight first-place votes and 888 points in climbing from eighth to second. One of the teams the Soo­ ners passed was Michigan, runner-up a week ago and 24-13 winner over Michigan State. The Wolverines polled four first-place votes and 880 points. New Faces Last week, Nebraska led Michigan by 1,058-886 with Texas third at 818. Alabama didn't receive any votes for the top spot but still managed to move from sixth to fourth in the wake of a 42-0 thrashing of Vanderbilt. Auburn, fourth a week ago, received two votes for first place but slipped to fifth after a hard- fought 27-14 victory over Southern Mississippi. Colorado, a 24-14 winner over Iowa State, also dropped one position from fifth to sixth but received the other first-place vote. Notre Dame blanked Miami of Florida 17-0 and remained seventh, while Georgia was up from 10th to eighth after whipping Mississippi 38-7. Penn State's 42-0 rout of Army kept the Nittany Lions ninth, whereas Texas skidded from third to 10th following the loss to Oklahoma. The Longhorns are the only team in the Top Ten to have lost a game. Another unbeaten team, Arizona State, went from 12th to 11th by defeating Colorado State 42-0. The rest of the Second Ten consisted of Louisiana State, Ohio State, Tennessee, Stanford, Arkansas, Toledo, Washington, Florida State and Purdue. Florida State and Purdue were newcomers to the Top Twenty, replacing Duke and North Carolina, which suffered their first setbacks. Last week's Second Ten was Washington, Arizona, Tennessee, Duke, Ohio State, LSU, Arkansas, North Carolina, Stanford and Toledo. • • • AP Ratings The Top Twenty teams, with first-place votes In parentheses, season records and total points. Points tabulated on basis of AM 8-16-14-12JJ-8-7-4-5-4-3-M. 1. Nebraska (40) 5-0 1,056 2. Oklahoma (8) 4-0 838 3. Michigan (4) 5-0 880 4. Alabama 5-0 MS 5. Auburn (2) 4-0 650 6. Colorado (1) S-o 619 7. Notre Dame 4-0 575 8. Georgia .5-0 404 9. Penn State 4-0 387 10. Texas 3-1 314 11. Arizona State . . 4-0 203 12. Louisiana State 4-1 163 13. Ohio State 3-1 159 14. Tennessee 3-1 151 15. Stanford . . 4-! 141 16. Arkansas . .41 86 17. Toledo 5-0 29 18. Washington ...4-1 28 19. Florida State 50 26 20. Purdue 2-2 7 Others recervlng votes, listed alphabetically: Air Force, Dartmouth, Duke, North Carolina, Northwestern, Syracuse, Southern California. j N. Colorado S. Colorado Pittsburg Fort Hays UN-Omaha Emporia St. x-V/ashburn Kansas College Standings Rocky Mountain (PLAINS DIVISION) Conference All Games WLTWLT Pet. Pts. Op. 1 0 0 2 1 1 .625 88 80 1 0 0 3 2 0 .600 116 96 0 0 1 4 0 1 .900 98 26 0 0 1 1 3 1 .300 89 131 0 1 0 2 3 0 .400 63 97 0 1 0 1 4 0 .200 44 89 0 0 0 5 0 0 1.000 134 57 x-not eligible for title. RESULTS LAST WEEK Northern Colorado 22, UN-Omaha 17; Southern Colorado 30, Emporia State 9; Washburn 34, Fort Hays State 10; Pittsburg State 21, Missouri Southern 7. GAMES THIS WEEK Pittsburg at Northern Colorado; UN- Omaha at Southern Colorado; Emporia State at Fort Hays State; Missouri Southern at Washburn. KCAC Conference All Games W L T W L T Pet. Pts. Op. 4 0 0 4 0 0 1.C00 89 16 4 0 0 4 0 0 1.000 2 ) 0 3 1 0 .750 2 1 0 2 2 0 .500 2 2 0 3 2 0 .600 12 0 13 0 13 0. 13 0 0 3 0 0 5 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 RESULTS LAST WEEK Kansas Wesleyan 14, Sterling 3; Bethany 14, McPherson 0; Southwestern 13, Tabor 7; Friends 34, Bethel 0. Hutchinson News Tuesday, Oct. 12, 1971 Page 8 High School Football Standings ARK VALLEY League All Games KWU Bethany Southwestern Friends Sterling St. Mary Tabor McPherson Bethel .250 .250 .000 .000 67 20 59 48 75 44 93 69 88 99 47 71 13 101 7 116 W L Wellington ..4 0 Hutchinson ..2 1 4 1 Arkansas City 2 1 4 1 El Dorado 2 2 3 2 Newton 2 2 2 3 Derby 1 3 2 3 Campus 1 3 1 4 Winfield 1 3 l 4 Lyons 2 1 Sterling 2 1 W L Pts OplLindsborg 2 2 5 0 103 61! Ellsworth 1 3 109 43 72 60 SO 27 42 56 88 84 56 120 49 91 Texas 9 Darrell Royal Doesn't Expect Sympathy NEW YORK (AP) - Hanging out the college football wash: "We've won too many games to expect any sympathy," Darrell Royal of Texas said before the season started when he was contemplating a lineup studded with sophomores. Texas lias a respectable 3-1 record, but how about a little sympathy for Royal anyway, and not just because of Saturday's 48-27 trouncing by Oklahoma. Royal has lost the following regulars for at least one game—in most cases more— with injuries: Split end Jim Moore, tackle Julius Whittier, tight end Rick Davis, quarterback Eddie Phillips, defensive ends David and Craig Arledge, linebacker-defensive end Stan Mauldin and halfback Don Burrisk. Even Phillips' sub, Donnie Wigginton, was banged up against Oklahoma and is doubtful for Saturday's clash with Arkansas. "Stevens is the biggest little man in major college football," says Coach Lee Corso. "He's dynamite. He explodes whenever he carries the ball and electrifies the crowd. "We knew he was going to be great after we played an in- trasquad game at LaGrange Reformatory last spring. The prisoners named Howard to the All-Prison Yard team after he Defeat Giants, 20-13 Cowboys Capture The Fumble Bowl Yardstick Ever wonder what coaches talk about when they get together before a big game? Royal asked Oklahoma's Chuck Fairbanks if he'd heard any new country music and Fairbanks mentioned California Cottonfields, recorded by Merle Haggard. It's about an Oklahoma family which moves to California seeking greener pastures but which finds only cot­ tonfields. Royal's been that route. A native of Hollis, Okla., his family moved to California for a while, before returning to Oklahoma. At any rate. Royal expects a tape of that song in the mail any day, postmarked Norman, Okla. Weird Happenings There weiv some weird happenings over the weekend: Larry Russell, Wake Forest's quarterback, left the bench on the final play and tackled North Carolina State's Bill Miller, who was attempting to return a missed field goal. The officials awarded Miller a touchdown, anyway. First downs Rushes-yards Passing yardage Return Yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Giants Cowboys 18 21 21-67 45-214 260 179 39 56 25-45-011-23-1 2-47 5-42 5 33 70 DALLAS (AP) ~ The Dallas Cowboys got back on the Super Bowl track Monday night with a relief quarterback and the return of Duane Thomas, but you can bet somebody is at work taping a handle on the game ball. ' Craig Morton Southern Cal's Jimmy Jones hurled a 77-yard pass to Edesel Garrison for what looked like the winning touchdown against Oregon with 17 seconds left. But the Trojans were penalized for having an ineligible receiver downfield. Maybe that was one reason John McKay didn't attend a weekly meeting of football writers in Los Angeles Monday. "Coach McKay has a bad throat," explained Craig Fer- Ug, a McKay aide. "He was barely audible at the staff meeting this morning, and when he is barely audible after a loss you know he's got a bad throat." Big Utile Maa Howard Stevens, a 5-foot-6, 165-pound speedster who wears No. 1 because no other number will fit on his back, gained 175 yards and scored two touchdowns in leading Louisville to a 26-20 victory over Memphis State. It was fumble, fumble, who got the fumble in a sloppy nationally televised National Football League contest that saw 11 turnovers with Dallas finally prevailing 20-13 over the New York Giants. "There were so many fumbles it got to where you started looking around on every play wondering who was going toj come up with the next one," said Dallas linebacker Leroy Jordan. Trie Cowboys fumbled seven times and the Giants recovered five. The Giants fumbled five times and the Cowboys collected all five. New York also intercepted one Cowboy pass. New York fumbled on its own 34 , 24 , 39 and the Dallas nine and 28 yard lines. Dallas reciprocated by losing the ball on the New York five, 26, one and Dallas 31 and 48 yard lines. "There were so many fumbles I lost track on who was getting hurt the most," said Cowboys Coach Tom Landry. Giants Coach Alex Webster said "We kind of goofed. We made too many errors. I believe it was hard-hitting more than anything." Dallas is now 3-1 and trails the unbeaten Washington Redskins by a full game in the National Football Conference's Eastern Division. The Giants are 2-2. Dallas took a 13-6 halftime lead on Roger Staubach's four- yard touchdown pass to tight end Billy Truax with 17 seconds left but Landry cleaned house in the dressing room. He inserted Thomas, who called Landry "a plastic man no man at all" in a July press conference, into the fullback slot and benched Walt Garrison. He yanked Roger Staubach for Morton. Morton hit Bullet Bob Hayes with a 48-yard touchdown pass in the third period to give Dallas a 20-6 lead and it withstood a late Giant surge which had Frank Tarkenton whipping a 24-yard touchdown pass to Clifton McNeil to make the final margin respectable. Mike Clark kicked field goals of 42 and 41 j r ards for Dallas and Pete Gogolak hit field goals of 35 and 20 yards for the Giants—all in the first half. Scoring New York 3 3 0 7—1J Dallas 3 10 7 0—20 Dal-FG Clark 42 NY-FG Gogolak 35 Dal-FG Clark 41 NY-FG Gogloak 20 Dal-Truax 4 pass from Staubach (Clark kick) Dai-Hayes 48 pass from Morton (Clark kick) NY-McNeil 24 pass from Tarkenton (Gogolak kick) A—68,378 scored two touchdowns there. Howard is the first outsider ever to make that All-Prison Yard team, so he's gotta be good." What a difference a year makes! The difference was two points, where Pitt was concerned. Last season, the Panthers trailed West Virginia 35-8 at halftime but pulled out a 36-35 triumph. Last Saturday, they trailed Navy 35-10 at the half M Final score—36-35, you-know- who. Northwestern lost center Dave Dybas in the Wisconsin game two weeks ago when a contact lens was lodged out of place. Two weeks before that, Weber State quarterback Dale Mager was taken to a hospital for knee surgery. His wife already was there. She had given birth two days earlier. GAMES THIS WEEK Saturday — McPlierson at Kansas Wesleyan; St. Mary of the Plains at Bethany; sterling at Southwestern; Tobar at Friends; Nebraska Wesleyan at Bethel. Heart of America Conference All Games WLTWLT Pet. Pfs. Op. Mo. Valley 2 0 0 3 1 0 .750 88 67 Wm. Jewell 200220 .500 58 40 Graceland 1 0 1 3 0 1 .87S 77 55 Ottawa 1 1 0 2 2 0 .500 73 54 Central Meth. 1 1 0 2 2 0 .500 32 40 Baker 0 11 0 ) 1 .250 25 46 Tarko 0 2 0 1 3 0 .250 27 75 C Of E 0 2 0 0 3 0 .OCO 19 37 RESULTS (.AST WEEK Missouri Valley 28, Ottawa 18; William Jewell 22, Tarkio 7; Graceland 16, College of Emporia 6; Central Methodist 24, Baker 10. GAMES THIS WEEK Saturday — Missouri Valley at Central Methodist; Ottawa at William Jewell; Graceland at Tarkio; Baker at College of Emporia. Jayhawk Jucc Conference AH Games WLTWLT Pet. Pts. Op. Fort Scott S 0 0 5 0 0 1.000 250 71 Garden City 4 1 0 4 1 0 .800 167 61 Hutchinson 2 1 1 2 2 1 .500 88 115 Pratt 3 2 0 3 2 0 .600 112 77 Cov/ley Co. 2 2 1 2 2 1 .500 80 105 Dodge City 3 3 0 3 3 0 .500 116 95 Coffeyvllle 2 2 0 3 2 0 .600 124 65 Butler Co. 1 3-0 2 3 0 . 400 58 137 Highland 1 4 0 1 4 0 .200 49 197; Independence 0 5 0 0 6 0 .000 71 189 Results Last Week Fort Scott 46, Pratt 16; Garden City 34, Dodge City 14; Butler County 20, Cowley County 14; Hutchinson 34, Highland 7; Northeastern Oklahoma 32, Independence 18. Games This Week Saturday — Coffeyville at Cowley County,- Fort Scott at Dodge City; Butler County at Highland; Hutchinson at Pratt; Haskell Institute at Independence; Garden City at Falrbury, Neb. Great Bend Girls Win WEST CENTRAL KANSAS League All Games W L W L Pfs Op Garden City 3 0 4 1 97 55 Hays 3 0 4 1 67 39 Pratt 3 1 4 1 75 29 Lamed : 2 2 3 2 55 73 Dodge City 1 2 3 2 93 39 Great Bend 03 1 4 60 89 Russell 0 4 1 4 36 94 MID-KANSAS League All Games W L W L Pts Op Buhler 3 1 4 1 71 38 Moundridge 3 1 4 1 163 50 Haven 3 1 4 1 96 60 Fairfield 3 1 4 1 56 31 Halstead 2 2 3 2 43 84 Nickerson 2 2 2 3 64 76 Inman 0 4 1 4 62 65 Hesston 0 4 1 4 27 82 WKEA East Division League All Games W L W L Pts Op Ness City 2 0 5 0 116 35 La Crosse 2 1 2 3 60 52 Jetmore 1 i 4 1 81 52 Dlghton 1 1 2 3 48 85 Kinsley 0 3 1 4 70 136 . West Division Scott City 2 0 5 0 129 29 Tribune 2 0 4 1 93 70 Ulysses 1 I 22 60 47 Leoti 0 2 1 4 42 106 Hugoton 0 2 0 5 36 129 CENTRAL PRAIRIE League All Games W L W L Pts Op Ellinwood 3 0 4 1 121 57 St. John 2 I 3 2 124 81 Hoisington 0 4 3 2 2 3 3 2 1 4 0 5 34 20 54 73 66 29 28 126 32 85 CHISHOLM TRAIL League All Games W L W L Pts Op 54 46 44 28 35 28 30 Kingman 4 0 4 1 86 43 Augusta 4 0 4 1 103 31 Goddard 2 2 3 2 134 56 Valley Center .... 2 I 3 2 94 62 Mulvane 2 2 2 3 49 107 Chapparal 1 3 2 3 86 114 Circle 1 3 1 4 56 133 Andover 0 4 0 5 38 127 OUIVIRA League All Games W L W L Pts Op Little River 5 0 5 0 204 26 Otis-Bison 5 0 5 0 10O Wilson 4 1 4 1 8? Geneseo 3 Marquette 3 Chase 2 Claflin 1 Bushton 1 Sylvan Grove 1 Holyrood 0 IROQUOIS League W L Protection 4 0 Ashland 4 1 Meade 3 Cimarron 3 Fowler 2 Minneola 2 SW Heights 1 Coldwater 1 Greensburg 0 5 0 5 12 137 MORE I3|h3 Mid-America League All Games W L W L Pts. OPP. Garden Plain 4 0 5 0 176 14 Kiowa 3 0 4 0 138 Stafford 3 0 4 1 97 Sedgwick 2 2 2 3 26 Burrton 13 23 38 Pretty Prairie 1 3 2 3 60 Cheney 13 14 22 Trinity 04 OS 3 Alt Games Pts Op 110 26 79 100 120 36' 71 58 36 34 44 103 47 88 67 143 Clearwater Medicine Lodge ..30 Conway Springs ..2 1 Caldwell ' 5 Belle Plain* 1 3 Maize ' 3 Andale 0 3 Seven Star League All Games W L W L Pts. Opp. ... 4 0 5 0 117 20 4 1 119 20 4 1 86 28 14 14 134 1 4 6 77 14 16 89 0 4 13 62 Rolling Plains League All Games W L W L Pts. Opp. Spearville 2 0 2 3 97 91 Macksville II 3 2 77 43 Victoria 0 0 4 1 58 61 Pawnee Heights ..0 2 0 5 20 125 Hi-Plalns League All Games W L W L Pts. Opp. Elkhart 3 1 4 1 109 45 Johnson 3 1 4 1 154 14 Sublette ....3 1 3 2 102 41 Syracuse 2 1 3 2 139 51 Lakln 2 1 2 3 68 39 Holcomb 0 4 1 4 20 154 Satanta 04 05 Z 235 Golden Plains League All Games W L W L Pis. Opp. 4 0 5 0 243 70 4 1 154 63 4 1 110 22 2 3 102 68 1 4 20 162 04 14 118 0 5 32 227 Santa Fe Trail League All Games W L W L Pts. Opp. 46 55 60 74 140 118 214 Norwich Attica 3 1 Nash-Zenda 3 1 Sharon 2 2 Partridge 1 2 Hardtner 0 3 Cunningham 0 4 Deerfleld 3 0 4 1 123 Ensign 3 0 3 1 148 Copeland 11 3 1 120 Rolla 2 2 2 3 118 Ingalls 1 2 2 3 91 Moscow 02 13 46 Montezuma 03 04 2 South 504 League All Games W L W L Pts. Opp. McCracken 2 0 3 2 133 70 Hanslon 1 0 2 2 106 113 Healy 10 1 2 55 70 Bogue 0 1 1 3 50 137 Bazine 0 3 0 5 32 192 Great Plains League All Games W L W L Pts. Opp. Haviland 4 0 5 0 144 42 Pawnee Rock 2 0 4 1 124 66 Ford 2 0 3 1 J55 34 Bucklin 2 1 3 2 84 64 Skyline 1 2 2 3 108 12a Mulllnvllle 0 4 1 4 106 132 Lewis 0 4 0 5 40 152 Cottonwood Valley League All Games W L W U Pts. Opp. Centre 4 1 4 1 94 59 Hillsboro 3 1*4 1 122 36 C'twood Falls ....3 1 3 2 116 87 Marion 3 1 3 2 57 82 Council Grove 2 1 3 2 89 73 Peabody 0 3 2 3 32 98 Herington 0 3 1 4 67 88 Remington 0 4 1 4 40 94 135-W League All Games W L W L Pfs. Opp. Solomon 30 SO 166 6 SE of Saline 3 0 3 2 55 67 Tescott 2 2 2 3 53 Canton 1 2 3 2 66 Hope 1 2 2 3 51 Bennington 13 23 36 Goessel 13 14 34 Others All Games W L Pts. Opp. Ransom 5 0 146 18 Liberal 3 2 90 96 Cent. Christ/an 11 8 44 Argon la 2 3 46 66 Thomas More OS 51 135 108 32 41 61 121 But U.S. Snares Title Romanians Win Final Cup Match Pro Standings NFL National conference Eastern Division W L T Pet. Pts. OP Wash. 4 0 0 1.000 96 49 Dallas 3 1 0 .750 127 77 NY Gnti 2 2 0 .500 79 110 S Louis 2 2 0 .500 80 64 Phlla. 0 4 0 .000 23 123 Central Division Detroit 3 1 0 .750 119 89 Minn. 3 1 0 .750 65 33 G. Bay 2 2 0 .500 122 103 Western Division L.A. 2 1 1 .667 77 60 S Fran. 2 2 0 .500 99 63 Atlanta I 2 1 .333 87 104 N. Orl. 1 2 1 .333 71 106 American Conference Eastern Division W L T Pet. Pis. OP Balti. 3 1 0 .750 101 17 Miami 2 1 1 .667 72 51 N. Eng. 2 2 0 .500 50 63 NY Jets 1 3 0 .250 24 69 Buffalo 0 4 0 .000 51 140 Central Division Cleve. 3 1 0 .750 92 64 Pitts. 2 2 0 .500 74 71 Cinn. 1 3 0 .250 77 78 Hous. 0 3 1 .000 42 86 Western Division K.C. 3 1 0 .750 81 50 Oak. 3 1 0 .750 101 56 S Diego 1 3 0 .250 48 100 Denver 0 3 1 .000 42 B7 Monday's Results Dallas 20, New York Giants 13 Only game scheduled Sunday's Games All times EDT Buffalo at New York Jets, 1 p.m. Cleveland at Cincinnati, 4 P.m. New England at Miami, 1 p.m. San Diego at Denver, 4 p.m. Chicago at San Francisco, 4 p.m. Dallas at New Orleans, 2 p.m. Los Angeles at Atlanta, 1 p.m. Minnesota at Green Bay, 4 p.m. St. Louis at Washington, 1 p.m. Baltimore at New York Giants, 1 p.m. Detroit at Houston, 2 p.m. Philadelphia at Oakland, 4 p.m. Only games scheduled Monday'* Oime Pittsburgh at Kansas City, • P.m. national television Rice Stadium checked out okay security-wise when Southern Gal came to town last month. Rice's publicity staff got locked in the press box in the morning and the Southern Cal writers were locked inside the stadium after the game. Bandits Back Chinese Bandits are The back. "I thought I saw a resurrection of the Chinese Bandits tonight," chortled South Carolina's Paul Dietzel after a 24-6 conquest of North Carolina State last month. "If our defense doesn't play like gangbusters we're two touchdowns behind in the first quarter." The Chinese Bandits were a famed defensive unit created by Dietzel during his coaching days at Louisiana State. Another coach who raved about his defense was Northwestern's Alex Agase following Saturday's 28-3 verdict over Iowa. "Our secondary has been tested every week for the past three years," he said. "If there is a better one in America I'd like to see them." Queerest play of the year may have occurred in the season opener between Ohio U and Bowling Green. BG's Joe Keetle called for a fair catch on a punt that sailed 15 yards over his head, which teammate Bill Pittman caught and started to return. "I got a cramp in my arm and had to raise it," explained Keetle. Great Bend girls won all but one division and called off team championship honors Monday afternoon in a quadrangular tennis meet at Go wans Courts. Great Bend finished with II points, while Hutchinson totaled seven. Medicine Lodge failed to score. All three singles titlists were from Great Bend, and only one Panther doubles team, the No 1 unit, was defeated. The next competition for Hutchinson will be Wednesday when it travels to Winfield for the Ark Valley League Invita tiona!. Monday's results: Singles No. 1 — Mary Lou, Polzin, Great I Bend, def. Teresa Hudson, Medicine, 6-0, ] 6-0; Polzin def. Harriet Hobart, Hutch,! 6-3, 7-5; Hobart def. Hudson, 8-3. No. 2 — Bonnie Laughlin, Great Bend, def. Teresa Rhea, Medicine, 6-0, 6-0; I Laughlin def. Kathy Mollett, Hutch, 6-1 ,1 6-7 (sudden death), 7-5; Mollett def.| Rhea, 8-0. No. 3 — Maria O'Brien, Great Bend, [ def. Sara Cox, Medicine, 60, 6-0; O'Brien def. Linda Ruzich, Hutch, 6-0, | 6-1; Ruzich def. Cox, 6-2, 6-2. Doubles No. 1 — Nancy Lagasse-Dana Christiansen, Great Bend, def. Jill Reitz-Llsa Gerstner, Medicine, 6-1, 6-1; Susan Thayer-Barb Schroll, Hutch, def. Great Bend, 6-2, 6-3; Hutch def. Medicine, 8-r. No. 2 — Carla Klepper-Ellen Komarek, Great Bend, def. Anita Ash-Deb Armstrong, Medicine, 6-1, 6-1; Great Bend def. Janle Oswalt-Denlse Bredfeldt. Hutch, 6-0, 6-1; Hutch def. Medicine, 8-2. No. 3 — LuAnn Erickson - Debbie Hemphill, Great Bend, def. Doris Hanson-Sheryl Deck, Medicine, 6-0, 6-3; Great Bend def. Lisa Krause-Susan Brewster, Hutch, 6-7 (sudden death) 6-2, 6-3; Hutch def. Medicine, 6-1, 6-1 CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Romania's Hie Nastase completed a four-set victory over Frank Froehling ni Monday in the final, but meaningless match of the Davis Cup challenge round. The defending championship U.S. tennis team retained the cup Sunday when Stan Smith defeated Ion Tiriac for an unbeatable 3-1 edge in the fier- cematch series. Nastase defeated the 29-year- old Froehling, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., 6-3, 6-1, 4-6 64 after their match had been halted by rain Sunday with Nastase leading 20 in the second set. i The United State's clinched the cup when Smith, the U.S Open champion, scored a straight set victory over Romania's Tiriac 8-6, 6-3, 6-0 before the rains came. The Americans had won both earlier singles and Romania won Saturday's double match, Tiriac and Nastase beating Smith and young Erik Van Dillen in straight sets. Officials admitted spectators free of charge for Monday's extra day of competition and about 300 persons turned out. Crowds of about 5,000 attended each of the first three days. DENNIS THE MENACE 'AGENT YA GONNA MAKE ME GO ID BED PRETTY SOON ? " Remember this storm LAST WINTER IN HUTCHINSON. KANSAS Buy now! Go in the snow! 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