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D2 SUNDAY, NO_VEMBE_R_3,_1996 V COLLEGE FOOTBALL SPORTS THE 9ALINA JOURNAL Bethany escapes upset bid No. 13 Swedes need interception in end zone to down Southwestern By WALTER RUBEL Hants Neil's Scrvifc WINFIELD — Bethany College put the nation's top offense on display again Saturday, rolling up 48 points and 519 yards. It was just barely enough. The Swedes, who had scored lopsided wins in each of their five previous KCAC games, this time were left hanging on for their lives in a thrilling 48-41 Shootout with Southwestern College. Bethany, which leads the NAIA Division II in both total offense and scoring, went 65 yards for a touchdown on its first offensive play, and was on top the rest of the way. But the Swedes didn't secure the win until Jon Hooper's interception in the end zone with 31 seconds left to play snuffed out Southwestern's final drive "I didn't know how it was going to go right there," Bethany coach Ted Kessinger said. "It was definitely an offensive battle. These are the games that I wouldn't want to be a defensive coordinator. "It was two very good football teams, two well-disciplined football teams that played their hearts out, and you can't ask for anything more," Kessinger added. "I think I'd have rather been a fan watching this game than coaching it." Bethany, now 6-0 in conference play, all but locked up the KCAC araTrMiirar championship STATE CQLLHE with {he win Bethany 48 The Swedes can Southwestern 41 clinch next week against winless Tabor. Southwestern, which had been upset 24-21 by Bethel the week before, slips to 5-2 in league action. Still, coach Monty Lewis had nothing but praise for his team's effort. "We really left it all on the field today," he said. "We needed to respond with a good game after a tough loss last week, and we did. We can get up and look at ourselves in the mirror the next day." Southwestern trailed by as many as 21 points in the game, and was behind 48-33 when Michael Godwin scored from eight yards out with 13:34 left to play. A fumbled punt return by Bethany's Frenchie Buckner helped the Moundbuilders close the gap. Linebacker Michael Raschen plucked the ball out of midair and rumbled 13 yards to the Bethany 13-yard line. Quarterback Ryan Wallis scored moments later on a sneak, then hit Josh Bradford on the two-point conversion to bring the Builders to within seven points. Wallis then connected with Bradford again on a key fourth- down play in the closing minutes of the game. The completion took the Builders to the Bethany 18- yard line. The threat ended two plays later when Hooper took the inside position from Bradford in the end zone and picked off Wallis' pass. "They had a hitch-and-go. I kind of saw him coming," Hooper said. "I bit on the one earlier, when they scored their first touchdown. I just told myself I wasn't going to bite again. I just read the pass and broke on the ball and caught it. "I'm glad we had a test this late in the year. That's going to get us ready for the playoffs. It was a good game for us. Now we know we can play a whole game," Hooper added. "We had 'em stopped then had that pass to get that first down. I was really nervous. We just had to come up with a big play, and God blessed me that it was my big play that saved the game." Bethany quarterback Jorge Munoz passed for 401 yards and four touchdowns in the game, completing 25 of 33 attempts. He hit Buckner on a 65-yard bomb to open the game and followed with TD passes to Bobby Lugo and Thomas Taldo to give Bethany a 20-0 lead. Southwestern closed the gap with its ground game, rolling up 213 rushing yards. Sherman Douglas rushed for 107 yards on 19 carries, but his biggest play was a halfback pass just before halftime. The ball fluttered like a Phil Niekro knuckler, but Bradford was able to haul it in for a 42-yard score to close Bethany's lead to 2821 at halftime. Bethany took a 41-27 lead into the final quarter after Godwin's 1- yard run later in the third quarter. Dustin Donley scored on the first play of the fourth quarter for Southwestern. Godwin's second touchdown run gave Bethany its 48-33 edge. McPherson takes out Wesleyan Bulldogs capitalize on early KW mistakes to put Coyotes in hole By BRIAN BAY The Salina Journal McPHERSON — Turnovers can cost you, even if it they occur in just one half. McPherson turned three Kansas Wesleyan fumbles and a blocked punt by Robert Thorson into four first-half touchdowns and settled for a 39-14 Kansas Conference victory over the Coyotes Saturday at College Stadium. "We got the turnovers when we needed to," said McPherson coach Bruce Grose, whose team improved to 3-5 overall and 3-4 in the conference. "We took advantage of the mistakes." The Bulldogs started their first series after quarterback Troy Lawson's second fumble of the T BASEBALL game. Freshman quarterback Preston Taylor hit Bobby Hill with a 31-yard fourth down pass on a post pattern for the touchdown. "We fumbled again on the first series," said Wesleyan coach Ron DuPree, whose Coyotes slipped to 3-5 and 3-3. "The fumbles are a killer." McPherson added on another score when leading rusher Aun- OTATECOUEGE Wesleyan 14 drey Myers McPherson 39 tacked on a 37- yard run. Myers finished the afternoon with 29 carries for 180 yards. Fullback Chris Taylor dropped his second fumble of the game in the second quarter to set up the Bulldogs for another score. Rudolph James, the KCAC's top rusher, scored four plays later on a 1-yard run. James ended the day with only 41 yards, but boosted his total for the season to 1,025 yards. "The team has made a sacrifice, moving from the single wing to the T formation," said Grose. "Changing formations has spread out the wealth on the ground." Coyote punter Troy Katen had his second blocked kick of the year as McPherson topped off the scoring in the half. Myers scored the second of his three touchdowns on a 1-yard run. The Bulldogs finally converted an extra point with a run by James. Kansas Wesleyan controlled the third quarter as Byron Jones returned to action after a first-quarter injury. The Coyotes held the ball for the entire quarter, less four plays by McPherson. Wesleyan drove down the field after the second half kickoff before its 15-play drive ended on downs at the 12-yard line. The Coyotes then converted McPherson's only turnover of the game into a score. Myers fumbled on the 7- yard line and Coyote linebacker Justin Cagle recovered. Jones scored on a 2-yard run to put the Coyotes on the Scoreboard. After Wesleyan forced McPherson to punt on its next series, the Coyotes cut the deficit to 26-14 on Jones' 1-yard run and Michael White's conversion run. Jones finished the day with 88 yards, ending his six-game streak of 100-yard rushing efforts. White picked up the slack on the ground for the Coyotes, rushing for 128 yards. James dashed all chances of a Wesleyan comeback as he returned the ensuing kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown and a 32-14 third-quarter lead. "Turtle (James) has come up with the big plays all year," Grose said. "We now have a chance to finish at .500 in the conference. "It was a hard game to lose, it looked like we had the momentum," DuPree said. "Then that kickoff return. I just didn't prepare 'em well. The defense can only go so long." Owners face big decision this week Hardline faction likely to have enough votes to reject latest proposal By The Associated Press NEW YORK — Owners have a big decision to make when they meet Wednesday at Rosemont, 111. If they ratify the proposed new collective bargaining agreement, baseball finally will have labor peace for the first time in nearly four years and the sport will be guaranteed no additional work stoppages until at least 2001. If they reject the deal, the most likely outcome going into the weekend, it means continued drift and a much greater chance of another work stoppage sometime in the next few years. "I think we're at the brink of another dark age for baseball," agent Ron Shapiro said Friday, "because there will be no resolution unless this deal is approved. No resolution will dissolve marketing opportunities and dissolve support for mutual cooperation. The public will feel further disaffection from a game T COLLEGE CROSS COUNTRY Indians waiting for owners vote to deal with Belle By The Associated Press CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Indians won't make an offer to free-agent slugger Albert Belle until after a vote by major league owners on a new labor agreement. The vote is scheduled for Wednesday in Rosemont, 111. "We could be looking at a new economic system next week," general manager John Hart said. "Or we might be back with the system we're under now. With a deal of this size, we think it's best to wait to make our offer." Belle hit .311 with 48 homers and 148 RBI last season and has averaged .325 over the past three seasons. Belle is the top-rated player in baseball for the first time, according to the annual rankings released by the Elias Sports Bureau. He had a 98.378 score out of a possible 100 in the rankings released Wednesday. Hart met Thursday with team owner Dick Jacobs and manager Mike Hargrove to discuss the club's offer to Belle. He was paid $5.5 million last season. Players have approved the new labor agreement, but it still requires the endorsement of 21 of 28 club owners. If approved, the agreement could require the Indians to pay into the revenue-sharing plan. Since moving into Jacobs Field, the Indians have sold out nearly every game, Arn Tellem, Belle's agent, said Belle wouldn't accept less money from the Indians to stay with the club. that needs further affection." Players already have given their executive board authority to approve the agreement, completed Oct. 24 by union head Donald Fehr and management negotiator Randy Levine. On the owners' side, the deal needs 21 votes from among the 28 teams, and at least five are set to vote against it: the Chicago Cubs and White Sox, Florida, Kansas City and Montreal. Acting commissioner Bud Selig hasn't publicly taken a position and was considering holding the vote by secret ballot. "I think every club is coming knowing how they're going to vote. They've all had a chance to think. But who knows?" Selig said Friday. "I want make sure once we get the clubs there, they will have the opportunity to un- derstand the deal, as whatever questions they want. We've sent them a lot of information. We'll have as much discussion as they want to have." Several management officials all agreed that the deal probably would be approved with Selig's backing and would fail without it. Selig said he didn't know if he would take a position before or during the meeting. Southwestern keeps grip on KCAC Wesleyan's Erickson, Sawyer qualify for next week's NAIA meet By BOB DAVIDSON Tilt Salina Journal Rebekah Erickson didn't run cross country last year, opting instead to concentrate on her pursuit of a nursing degree. But the urge to run returned and Erickson joined the Kansas Wesleyan cross country team this fall. Her running season will end in two weeks after she competes in the NAIA national cross country meet at Kenosha, Wis. Erickson and teammate Chris Sawyer qualified for the nationals Saturday morning during the Kansas Conference Championships at Bill Burke Park. Erickson, a former Clifton-Clyde fjjgh School runner, placed fifth in the women's race with a time of 19 minutes, 49 seconds. Sawyer, a sophomore from Enid, Okla., earned a return trip to the nationals by placing ninth in the men's race in 26:55. The winning team and top five individuals not on the winning team qualify for nationals. Southwestern dominated the men's and women's team races. The Moundbuilder men totaled 17 points, easily outdistancing run- nerup Ottawa, which had 60. Tabor was third with 88 and Wesleyan fourth with 103. The Southwestern women finished with 32 points. Ottawa was second with 44 and Wesleyan third with 90. Erickson ran two years ago for Bethany, but transferred to Wesleyan because of the school's nursing program. She had a feeling early on that Saturday v^ould be her day. "When I woke up I felt I had a good chance," Erickson said. "The weather was great. There was no wind." Saturday's race capped a good regular season for Erickson. "I've been getting better," she said. "I had a flat spot in the middle of the year, but the last couple of weeks I've been running well. I'm getting in shape with my strength and speed workouts. "I thought 1 was done (with running) after my freshman year, but I missed it and came back. I'm glad I did." Southwestern's Carrie Cook defended her KCAC title with a first- place time of 18:52. Teammate Raquel Rios was second in 19:07. Ottawa's Heather Wisdom was third in 19:34 along with Bethany's Jamey Thomas, who took fourth in 19:34. Wesleyan's Trish Theer was 18th in 21:18 and Kasey Roberts 20t£ in 21:27. Seven of the first eight finishers in the men's race were from Southwestern. Jeff Prothro won in 25:45. Mike Shaw was second in 25:52 and Shawn Papon third in 25:52. Tabor's Jeremy Jost broke the string by placing fourth in 26:16. Sawyer, like Erickson, credited the weather. "It was a perfect day," Sawyer said. "Not too hot, not too cold. "I felt real strong, except for the fourth mile. It kinda got me on a hill. I really like this course. It's not too hilly. It's one of the flatter courses we run." Sawyer's time topped his season- best time of 27:34 at the Fort Hays State Invitational. "My times have been consistent," Sawyer said. "I've improved all season. I beat my best time of last year by 20 seconds two weeks ago." Wesleyan's Sean Ellett finished 23rd in 27:56. SCOREBOARD Top 25 FLORIDA 47, GEORGIA 7 Florida 20 14 0 13—47 Georgia 0007-7 First Quarter Fla—Taylor 2 run (Edmiston kick), 5:41. Fla—Anthony 20 pass from Wuerffel (kick blocked). 6:41. Fla—Anthony 21 pass from Wuerffel (Edmlston kick). 12:58. Second Quarter Fla—Allen 19 pass from Wuertfel (Edmislon kick). 7:24. Fla—Green 11 pass from Wuerffel (Edmlston kick). 10:41. Fourth Quarter Fla—FG Edmislon 27. :05. Ga—Pass 9 run (Hlnes kick). 6:15 Fla—FGEdmiston 23.12:18. Fla—Ross 14 pass from Johnson (Edmislon kick). 12:37 A—84.103 OHIO ST. 45, MINNESOTA 0 Minnesota 0000—0 Ohio SI. 0 10 21 14-^15 Second Quarter OSU—Pearson 10 run (Jo.Jackson kick). 9:48 OSU—FG Stamp 47,15:00 Third Quarter OSU—Calhoun 5 pass from Germaine (Jo.Jackson kick), 4:14 OSU—Kalzenmoyer 42 interception return (Jo.Jackson kick), 6:18 OSU—Je.Jackson 2 run (Jo.Jack- son kick), 12:37 Fourth Quarter OSU—Pearson 2 run (Jo.Jackson kick), 6:51 OSU—Wiley 28 pass from Hoying (Jo.Jackson kick), 10:38 A—93,588. TENNESSEE 31 SOUTH CAROLINA 14 Tennessee 7 14 0 10—31 Soulh Carolina 707 0—14 First Quarter Ten—Graham 6 run (Hall kick), 6:13 SC—Morttz 13 run (Leavitt kick), 7:24 Second Quarter Ten—McCullough 48 pass from Manning (Hall kick), 3:11 Ten—Price 54 run (Hall kick), 9:17 Third Quarter SC—Matthews 2 pass trom Wright (Leavitt kick), 10:37 Fourth Quarter Ten-FG Hall 23,9:33 Ten—Kent 20 pass from Manning (Hall kick), 12:52 A—82,808. Return Yards 48 16 Punls-Avg. 5-44.8 6-25 5 Fumbles-Losl 1-1 1-1 Penalties-Yards 8-6-1 8-58 Time of Possession 28:45 31:15 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Baylor. Ford 20-153, Douglas 10-32, Burkins 4-20. Rubin 411, S.Washington 2-6. Alfred 2-2. Muhammad 1-1. Texas, Mitchell 18114, Ri.Williams 12-55, Brown 7-25, P.Holmes 4-22, R.Walton 3-(-17), Mc- Garlty1-14. PASSING—Baylor. Alfred 12-29-0 153. Texas,, Brown 11-19-2 178. Walton 6-11-0 119. RECEIVING—Baylor. Muhammad 6-83, Domel 1-21, Schmelar 1-16. S.WasWnglon 1-12, Pegross 1-7, Ford 1-7, Douglas 1-7. Texas. Adams 6-88, Fitzgerald 3-93, Ri.Williams 3-57, Davis 2-32. McGarity 1-15, Mitchell 16. Coleman 1-6. SCORING SUMMARY Baylor 0 7 9 7—23 Texas 7 14 7 0—28 First Quarter Tex—P.Fitzgerald 48 pass from J.BfOvm (Dawson kick), 8:19 Second Quarter Tex—P.Fitzgerald 19 pass from J.Brown (Dawson kick). :05 Tex—Ri.Williams 46 pass from Walton (Dawson kick), 3:39 Bay—Ford 9 run (K.Atteberry kick), 6:34 Third Quarter Bay—FG K.Atteberry 35.1:49 Bay—Rubin 1 run (WcH tailed), 5:23 Tex—Ri.Williams 5 run (Dawson kick), 9:39 Fourth Quarter Bay—Ford 14 run (K.Atteberry kick), :35 A—75,482. State college MCPHERSON 39 KANSAS WESLEYAN 14 GAME IN STATS KW M First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Comp-Alt-Int Total plays-yards Fumbles-losl Penalties-yards Big 12 stats COLORADO 41, MISSOUR113 GAME IN STATS Colo Mo 20 19 31-105 457 19-33-1 109 4-34.5 2-1 6-65 46-211 135 13-28-2 19 6-43.8 2-2 7-65 34:20 First downs Rushes-yards Passing Comp-Atl-Int Return Yards Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time ol Possession 25:40 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Colorado, Cherrington 9-56, Troulman 12-28, Henry 6-18, Fisk 3-6, Abdul-Rahmaan 1-(minus 3). Missouri, Jones 12-74, Ollvo 16-69, Blackwell 6-31, West 6-24, Janes 613. PASSING—Colorado, Dolmer 1933-1-457. Missouri, Jones 9-18-1-85, Skornia 4-10-1-50. RECEIVING-Colorado, Carrulh 7222, Savoy 5-117, McCarty 2-37, Troulman 2-28, Anderson 2-27, Heftner 1-26. Missouri, Olivo 6-55, Broooks 2-19, Ungerfell 1-18, Coleman 1-18, Murchlson 1-13, West 1-7, Jenkins 1-5. SCORING SUMMARY Colorado 0 14 7 20—41 Missouri 3 7 3 0—13 First Quarter MU—FG Norris 22, 3:46 Second Quarter CU—Carruth 69 pass from Detmer (Lesley kick), 6:19. MU—Jones 13 run (Norris kick) 12:21. CU—Henry 4 run (Lesley kick) 14:20 Third Quarter CU—Carruth 34 pass Irom Detmer (Lesley kick), 2:46. MU—FG Norris 41,14:22. Fourth Quarter CU—Savoy 34 pass Irom Detmer (Lesley kick), 1:15. CU—Cherrington 2 run (kick blocked), 5:30. CU—Washington 54 fumble recovery (Lesley kick), 10:43. A—34,440. TEXAS A&M 38 OKLAHOMA STATE 19 GAME IN STATS ASM OSU 19 16 48-210 158 10-24-0 72 7-38.0 1-1 5-39 34-120 199 17-35-3 133 6-47.5 2-1 1-6 29:14 First downs 1 Rushes-yards Passing Comp-Att-Int Return Yards Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession 30:46 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Texas A&M, Hardeman 18-109, Bernard 8-43, Parker 7-25, Hall 6-18, McCown 2-13, Bragg 1-12, Broyles 1-0, Stewart, 5-(-10). . Oklahoma St., Thompson 25-43, Alkins 135, Coleman 1-26, Brown 2-15, Jones 5-2. PASSING—Texas A&M, Stewart 13-5-0 50, McCown 11-5-0 108. Oklahoma St., Jones 35-17-3 199. RECEIVING-Texas A&M, Connell 3-68, Spiller 2-35. Hawkins 2-32, Oliver 1-17, Hardeman 1-12, Hall 1-(-6). Oklahoma St., T. Richardson 7-85, Mayes 3-36, Thompson 3-32, Grissom 2-25, Coleman 2-16, A. Richardson 1-5. SCORING SUMMARY Texas A&M 7 3 14 14—38 Oklahoma St 7 6 6 0—19 First Quarter A&M—Stewart 1 run (Bryant kick), 3:21 OSU—Thompson 5 run (Sydnes kick), 13:07 Second Quarter A&M—FG Bryant 36,2:09 OSU—FG Sydnes 20.12:23 OSU—I 3 Sydnes 32,15:00 Third Quarter A&M—Milchell 42 interception return (Bryant kick), 1:35 A&M—Hardeman 7 run (Bryanl kick), 8:53 OSU—Aikins 35 run (pass failed), 11:19 Fourth Quarter A&M—Hardeman 1 run (Bryant kick), 3:56 A&M—Hardeman 35 run (Bryanl kick), 5:40 A—41.250. TEXAS 28, BAYLOR 23 Bay Tex First downs 18 28 Rushes-yards 43-225 45-213 Passing Comp-Alt-lnl 153 297 12-29-0 17-30-2 Punts-Avg 18 60-249 21 3-11-0 71-270 6-3 7-40 4-24.8 16 51-252 41 3-7-0 58-293 1-0. 6-74' 3-23.7 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: KW: White 13-128, Jones 20-88, Taylor 10-29. Kramer 35, Moss 2-5, Rhodes 1-5, Tale 1-2, Wilson 7-(-2), Lawson 3-(-11). M: Myers 29-180, James 9-41, Helm 7-23, Taylor 5-8, HIII1-0. PASSING: KW: Wilson 3-8-0, 21 yards; Kramer 0-2-0,0 yards. M: Taylor 3-7-0, 41 yards. RECEIVING: KW: Head 1-10. Burke 1-6, Bishop 1-5. M: James 2-10, Hill 131. PUNTING: KW: Katen 3-99, Team 1O.M: Bravo 3-71. SCORING SUMMARY Kansas Wesleyan 0 0 14 0-14 McPherson 12 14 6 7-39 First Quarter M - Hill 31 pass from Taylor (kick fall), 12:19 M - Myers 37 run (pass fail), 7:50 Second Quarter M - James 1 run (run fail). 11:01 M - Myers 3 run (James run), 0:56 Third Quarter KW - Jones 2 run (kick blocked), 7:18 KW - Jones 1 run (White run), 0:35 M - James 90 kickoff return (run fail), 0:20 Fourth Quarter M - Myers 25 run (Farnsworlh kick). 11:04 BETHANY 48, SOUTHWESTERN 41 GAME IN STATS B 26 23-97 422 26-34-1 S 25 62-213 216 11-18-3 80-519 3-3 8-82 3-43 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Comp-Atl-Int Total plays-yards 67-429 Fumbles-lost 3-1 Penalties-yards 12-106 Punts-Avg 3-40 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: B: Godwin 16-90, Munoz 6-6, Hales 1-1. S: Duncan 19-107, Donley 23-76, Creason 4-18, Robertson 3-1, Bradford 1-9, Wallis 12-(-11). PASSINGS: Munoz 25-33-1 401, Will 1-1-0 21. S: Wallis 10-17-3 174, Duncan 1-1-042. RECEIVING: B: Lugo 12-189, Buckner 6-168, Mortensen 5-56, Burke 1-9, Taldo 1-2, Godwin 1-(-2). S: Bradford 6-163, Eldson 2-55, Creason 2-9, Strange 1-4, Donley 1-(-11). PUNTING: B: Brafl 3-40.0. S: Johnson 3-42.7. SCORING SUMMARY Bethany 14 14 13 7 - 48 Southwestern 0 21 6 14 - 41 First Quarter B - Buckner Irom Munoz (kick blocked), 11:49. B - Lugo 20 pass from Munoz (run good), 2:26. Second Quarter B - Taldo 2 pass from Munoz (kick failed), 13:59. S - Bradford 52 pass Irom Wallis (Pond kick), 11:41. B - Mortensen 7 pass from Munoz (run good), 11:12. S - Robertson 4 run (Pond kick), 5:04. S - Bradfordl 42 pass from Duncan (Pond kick), :11. Third Quarter B - Lugo 17 pass from Munoz (kick failed), 13:32. S - Duncan 10 run (kick (ailed), 10:53. B - Godwin 1 run (Flkac kick), 5:29. S - Donley 4 run (run failed), 14:54. Fourth Quarter B - Godwin 8 run (Flkac kick), 13:34. S - Wallis 2 run (run good), 10:43. FORT HAYS STATE 30 CHADRON STATE 27 GAME IN STATS CS FH 17 36-166 277 16-37-3 73-443 4-1 8-35.6 6-59 27:43 20 38-130 290 21-44-1 82-420 4-1 9-37.3 7-69 32:17 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Com-Alt-int Total offense Fumbles-lost Punls-average Penalties-yards Possession time INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - CHADRON: Fackrell 24-72. Dick 6-36, Moeller 1-21, Moon 3-20, Hoos2-17. FORT HAYS: Pride 12-56, McReynolds 18-44, Plannen- stiel 5-16, Rusher 3-14. PASSING - CHADRON: Moon 1534-3-260. Dick 0-2-0-0, Christensen 11-0-17. FORT HAYS: McReynolds21- 44-1-290. RECEIVING - CHADRON: Hoos 850, Theobald 2-162, Johnson 2-34, Clarke 2-11, Leammon 1-14, Fackrell 1-6. FORT HAYS: Brown 11-205, Mintner 7-60, Bannister 1-18, Pride 14, McGavran 1-3. PUNTING - CHADRON: Moeller 835.6. FORT HAYS: Leonard 9-37.3. FIELD GOALS - CHADRON: None. FORT HAYS: Browning 1-1 (44). LEADING TACKLERS CHADRON. Homer 9, Johnson 8,Turman 7, KnapVe 6, Bethel 5. FOHT HAYS: Buchanan 10. Eck 10. J.Jenk- ins 6. Scanlon 4, Gooch 4, Kuhn 4. TACKLES FOR LOSSES CHADRON: Homer 2-2, VanBeek 1-5. Johnson 1-3, Vasey 1-2. Beran 1-1. FORT HAYS: Buchanan 3-6, J.Jfmk- ins 1-7. Harge 1-2. FUMBLE RECOVERIES CHADRON: Van Seek 1, FORT HAYS: Hawks 1. INTERCEPTIONS - CHADRON: Knapke 1. FORT HAYS: Eck 1 (1), Johnson 1 (4), Scanlon 1 (2). SCORING SUMMARY Chadron Slate 21 6 0 0-27 Fort Hays State 0 7 14 9-30 First Quarter CS - Theobald 77 pass from Moon (Barry kick), 9:51. CS - Fackrell 5 run (Barry Kick), 4:35. CS - Theobald 85 pass Irom Moon (Barry kick), 0:56. Second Quarter CS - Fackrell 1 run (kick tail), 4:27. FH - McReynolds 7 run (Browning kick), 1:35. "" Third Quarter FH - Minlner 6 pass Irom McReynolds (Browning kick), 6:59. FH - Pride 18 run (Browning kick). 0:00. Fourth Quarter FH - Bannister 18 pass Irom McReynolds (kick (all). 1:15. FH - Browning 44 field goal, 0:12, A - 2.998. BETHEL 34, TABOR 22 Bethel 10 10 14 0-34 Tabor 0 0 fl 14 - 22 B - Benavldes 22 interception return (Hershey kick) B - Hershey 22 field goal B - Koehn 18 pass from Morris (Hershey kick) B - Hershey 27 Held goal B - Morris 1 run (Hershey kick) B - Koehn 4 pass from Morn: (Hershey kick) T - Rhodes 44 run (Jackson pass Irom Hunter) T - Goertzen 21 pass Irom Hunter (Kliewer kick) T - Rhodes 65 run (Kliewer kick) FRIENDS 48, STERLING T Sterling 0 0 0 7r 7 Friends 15 19 7 7 -,48 f - Schomaker 2 run (Kelly run) 1 F - Hefley 2 run (Cooper kick) F - Rameriz 27 run (run rail) F - Schomaker 1 run (run lail) F - Hefley 7 run (Cooper kick)' F-Hefley 13 run (Cooper McC F - Rameriz 53 run (Cooper kick) S - Smith 28 pass form Neill (Polk kick) K .' College scores EAST Army 41, Lafayette 21 Brown 35, Cornell 21 Bucknell 7, Lohigh 6 Buffalo 14, Hotstra 10 Cent. Connecticut St. 28, St. Francis, Pa. 14 Connecticut 45, Boston U. 10 Dartmouth 6, Harvard 3 Duquesne 52, Falrfield 7 Fordham 28, Holy Cross 0 Georgetown, D.C. 24, Canlsius 0 lona 20, St. Peter's 14, OT Maine 22, Massachusetts 14 Miami 57, Temple 26 New Hampshire 14, Richmond 13 Notre Dame 54, Navy 27 Penn20, Yale 3 Penn St. 34, Northwestern 9 Princeton 14, Columbian SI. John's, NY 29, Siena 21 Syracuse 30, West Virginia 7 TowsonSt. 33,Marlst26,OT Vlllanova 34, Rhode Island 16 Wagner 38, Robert Morris 35 SOUTH Appalachian SI. 20, Tn.-Chattanooga 6 Cent. Florida 42, Illinois St. 15 Clemson 35, Maryland 3 : Davidson 24, Hampden-Sydney 21 E. Illinois 42, Austin Peay 7 E. Kentucky 30, Tennessee St. 10 E. Tennessee St. 17, Georgia Southern 14 East Carolina 34, Arkansas St. 16 Florida 47, Georgia 7 Florida MM 83, Morgan St. 12 Howard U. 42, Norfolk St. 14 '. Jackson SI. 31, Ark.-Plne Blufl 10 Liberty 34, Hampton U. 30 Louisville 13, Memphis 10 Marshall 56, Citadel 25 Miss. Valley St. 20, Prairie View 0 Mississippi SI. 59, NE Louisiana 0 Morehead St. 64, Quincy 14 Murray St. 41, Tennessee Tech 3 N. Carolina A&T 73, Bethune-Cookman? New Haven 48, Charleston Southern 7 North Carolina 52, N. Carolina St. 20 Northeastern 31, James Madison 7 S. Carolina St. 34, Delaware St. 14 Samlord 20, Wolford 14, OT Southern Miss. 21, Cincinnati 17 Tennessee 31, South Carolina 14 Vanderbilt 31, Wa.-Blrmingham 15 Virginia 27, Duke 3 Virginia Tech 47, SW Louisiana 16 W.Carolina 17, VM114 W. Kentucky 51, S. Illinois 37 William & Mary 10, Delaware 7, OT MIDWEST Akron 21, Bowlirrg Green 14 Ball SI. 39, E. Michigan 25 Butler 33, Evansville 31 Cent. Michigan 52, Kent 51 Colorado 41, Missouri 13 Dayton 37, Valparaiso 35 Drake 43, Aurora 13 Iowa 31, Illinois 21 Kansas 34, Iowa SI. 31 Louisiana Tech 40, N. Illinois 14 Miami, Ohio 27, Toledo 7 Michigan 45, Michigan St. 29 N. Iowa 23, Youngstown St. 10 Ohio St. 45, Minnesota 0 Ohio U. 38, W. Michigan 0 Tenn.-Martln 7, SE Missouri 6 W, Illinois 23, SW Missouri St. 17 Wisconsin 33, Purdue 25 SOUTHWEST NW Louisiana 40, SW Texas St/0 Nebraska 73, Oklahoma 21 New Mexico 34, Tulsa 23 Rice 51, Utah 10 Texas 28, Baylor 23 Texas A&M 38, Oklahoma St. 19 Texas Christian 42, UNLV 34 FAR WEST Arizona St. 29, Oregon SI. 14-.. Brigham Young 40, Texas-El Paso 18 CalPoly-SL017, UC Davis 13 California 56, Arizona 55, 40T ,, Idaho 37, E. Washington 27 • . Nevada 63, New Mexico SI. 14 San Diego 20, Whiltler 0 St. Mary's, Cal. 38, S. Utah 20 Stanford 21, UCLA 20 '•> Utah St. 21, North Texas 13 Washington 21, Southern Cal 10 Weber St. 17, Montana St. 7 , Wyoming 59, Southern Meth. 17 Kansas 34, Iowa State 31 GAME IN STATS KU 27 56-292 204 14-22-1 1 4-35,0 1-1 8-71 33:08 First downs Rushes-yards Passing Comp-Att-Int Return Yards Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Kansas, Henley 40-226, Ruiz 7-37, Sanders 5-17, Vann 4-12; Iowa State, T. Davis 33171, Doxzon 5-8, Bandauer 1-(mlnus 7). PASSING—Kansas, Ruiz 14-22-1 204; Iowa State, Doxzon 9-18-0 165, Bandauer 1-3-1 B. RECEIVING—Kansas, Bytd 11-158, Gordon 227, Vann 1-19; Iowa State, E. Williams 3-70, DIBi- ase 3-26, Green 2-25. Walley 1-45. T. Davis 1-7. IS 17 39-172 173 10-21-1 50 3-48.3 0-0 3-35 26:52 SCORING SUMMARY Kansas 12 6 6 10-^34 Iowa Slate 7120 12—31 First Quarter . ' KU—Henley 5 run (kick failed), 4:48 IS—Doxzon 14 run (Kohl kick), 9:24 KU—Sanders 6 run (pass failed), 15:00 Second Quarter IS—T. Davis 1 run (pass failed), 3:08 ! IS—FG Kohl 41, 8:44 KU—Henley 11 run (kick failed), 14:20 IS—FG Kohl 48, 15:00 Third Quarter KU—Henley 2 run (pass failed), 4:33 Fourth Quarter IS—T. Williams 21 fumble return (pass failed), 1:41 KU—FG McCord 51, 5:04 IS—Anderson 29 Interception return (run failed), 8:53 KU—Byrd 8 pass from Ruiz (McCord kick). 12:47 A—37,850 ; •

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