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DAILY PRESS, NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA'- SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOIJLR 25, 1970 if V :f,l-?-:f Sf -- 4:vVymffi:::V?M j; v-.-:; :;-:"':'.::'--:-'V.y ..''i, Weft- '' ' ; 'v' 1 :' ':,-?::"::,;::"i:::-:::: :v:'v:: ' IHIlllilllllfer 'Illllli Bama Gets 30-21 Win With Rally First downi Rushing yardag Passlna vardau Return vardaaa Passaj Punti Fumbles lost Yards penalized Alabama.. Houston iy t 243 M 1U 170 4 15 11-21-0 17-J0-2 4 t-4 J 3 ,.. .. n ,; , West Virjrinia's Jim jh Mountaineers' speedy back manages - to stay out of clutches of Colorado a- . State players Tom Stockham (25) and -'.'.".Jim White (90) in game Saturday at Braxton Pulls Away Morgantown. Braxton (44) was the man-of-the-hour as West Virginia defeated Colorado, 24-21, in thrilling in-tersectional football game. . West Virginia Downs Rams, 24-21; Jim Braxton Shines y First Downs , Rushing yardage Passing yardage ' Return yardage Passes i' Punts , Penalties 2A 15? 104 139 111 217 11-17-2 11-53-0 3-4S 3.31 00 20 West Virginia Colorado jj0me crowrJ 0f 28,000. 2' m (..1 ine Mouniameers suixesaiui-ly contained Colorado State quarterback Wayne Smith throughout most of the first half. But the senior offensive threat broke loose in the second half, running and passing Colorado State to three touchdowns ana a near victory. Smith established a new all- time record at CSU by gaining more than 1,409 yards in a sin gle season. West Virginia scored first, early in the initial quarter, on a 10-Dlav drive that covered 44 yards, set up by a 42-yard punt return by cornerback Leon Jenkins. Halfback Eddie Wil-i 5 MORGANTOWN, W. Va. (AP) Zr. West Virginia halted a sec-ond-half Colorado. State surge - here Saturday shrugging off: an electrifying 97-yard second ;half kickoff return by Ram half- "back Jack Green to claim a 24- 21 non-conference college foot ball victory. v Jim Braxton, WVU s senior "fullback, picked up 170 yards in 19 carries 122 of them com ing in the second half to pace ..the Mountaineers to their fifth "win in seven outings before . a WaltBellamy, AclorBacking Cassius Clay ATLANTA (AP) - Actor .Tames Whitmore, who is star ring in a one-man show as Will Rogers, referred to Muhammad -AM Saturday as "exemplifying some of the best things in this country." "We owe him a debt of grati tude." the actor said. "We need Unore of this kind of dedicated 'V Whitmore and a 6-foot-ll pro. basketball player, Walt Bellamy the Atlanta Hawks, served as props as the former heavy- - weight champion wound up for- "jnal training for Monday night's 15-round bout with Jerry yuar ry. -, -t " Sitting in the ring with Whit more at his side, Ali said, "As jnuch hell as I caught for win ning, if I lose I will have to leave the country." " Ali was asked by newsmen if the approaching fight made him nervous. "Not the fight," he said. "It's all the people involved. They tare calling me from Moscow. I have people on campuses and in .foreign countries China, Ja-ipan, Pakistan all waiting to see what I do. This is what dnakes me nervous." I GEORGIA TECH, 20-6 ATLANTA (UPI) Corner- back Rick Lewis broke open a scoreless, rain-soaked game early in the fourth period Saturday when he scored twice on defensive plays in a 27- second span to start Georgia Tech to a 20-6 victory over Tulane. Tulane was inside the Tech 40 and making plans to punt the Yellow Jackets into a deep ftoie when a bad snap turned things comraetelv around. Ken San ders, bacK to kick, cnasea uie ball back to the Tu.'ane 30, men babbled it when hit by several Tech defenders. Lewis grabbed the ball uii mid-air and raced 30 yards to score the game's first touch down with 12:14 left to play. -Fiuiiiy Cars Top -Suffolk Racing - SUFFOLK (Special to Daily Press) Suffolk Raceway will nave a triple feature program today. n- Tommv Grove, American Hot Rod Association Winternationils winner, will run his Ford Mustang Tye Going Thing" against Roger Lindamood in "Color Me tJone." a Dodge Challenger. In Another supercharged funny car "duel, Connie Kalitta's "Bounty .Hunter" Mustang is pitted -against Tony Wahlay's "War lord" Camaro. - The third part of the program 1s an exhibition of wheel stands j)y Frank Monaghan in his "Gemini Cricket," a Dodge pickup. Gates open at 10 a.m.. the time trials are at 12;30 and racing starts at 3 p.m. liams covered the final two yards for the score. The Mountaineers built a 14-0 halftime lead, and increased it to 24-7 in the fourth quarter be fore Green almost turned the game around with his kickoff return that established another Colorado State record. Green set up the last CSU score, which covered 45 yards, with a punt return of 20 yards. But the score came with less than two minutes to play, and the Mountaineers ran out the clock. Colorado State West Virginia 0 0 7 1421 7 7 0 1024 WVU Williams 2 run (Samuelson kick) WVU Samsa 7 pass from Sherwood (Samuelson kick) CSU Smith 29 run (Torzale kick) WVU FG Samuelson 24 WVU Sherwood 7 run (Samuelson kick) CSU Green 7 kickoff return (pass failed) CSU Smith 1 run (Carver pass from Smith) HOUSTON (UPI) - Richard Ciemny kicked two second-half field goals to give Alabama a slim lead and Steve Higginboth- am returned an intercepted pass 80 yards for an insurance touchdown with 1:51 left Saturday to give the underdog Crimson Tide a 30-21 victory over the University of Houston. Ciemny, a senior from Anthony, Kan., kicked field goals of 34 and 40 yards to turn a 21-17 Houston lead into a 23-21 margin for Alabama. He also had a 28-yard field goal in the first quarter. The. other Alabama scoring came on two second-quarter touchdowns one by split end David Bailey on an 18-yard pass from halfback Johnny Musso and the other on a 36-yard burst by fullback Dave Brungard. Elmo Wright, the all-America candidate at split end, scored twice for Houston on passes of 13 and 3 yards from Gary Mullins. Halfback Tommy Mo- ziesek scored the other one on a one-yard plunge.. Wright, who caught nine passes for 112 yards, was in the open on the 15 when Higgm botham intercepted Mullins' underthrown pass on the 20 along the sidelines and made his 80-yard dash. At that time, Houston had a fourth-and-five situation on the Alabama 35 and was trying desperately to get into field goal range. Mozisek was Houston's top runner with 130 yards in zi carries. Clay Advises Kids To Forsake Boxing Smartest, Not Greatest, End Up Ahead ATLANTA (AP) If there's ever a Muhammad All II, don't bet on him becoming a fighter. "Kids oughta work on their brains," says Muhammad Ali I. "Let 'em become a doctor or a lawyer, they're the ones that end up with all the money . . . not boxers." j Ali can't pass on his child phi- losophy just yet. He has three daughters, no sons. "Kids should stick with school," he said. "I've made some big money, but look around most gyms. There just ain't many who's making hamburger money." The 28-year-old deposed heavyweight champion begins fa comeback Monday night, facing No. 1-ranked contender Ouarrv. I To the winner goes the fat probability of a title shot against Joe Frazier if the king gets past light heavy cnampion Bob Foster in Detroit next month. s "Given the same conditions again, I would probably still be a fighter," said the son of a RAIN, FUMBLE, PENALTY, DEFENSE Louisiana State Tips Auburn From Unbeaten Ranks, 17-9 First downs Rushing yardaoe ' Passing yardage 1 Keturn yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized LSU Auburn 14 14 15 791 77 - 217 ' 27 14 5141 17333 35 539 2 II - 40 e AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - A fumble, a pass interference penalty and a tough defense gave Louisiana State two touchdowns and a startling 17-9 upset victo ry Saturday over Auburn s previously unbeaten football team. Rain which fell during most of the game kept Auburn's passing sensation Pat Sullivan off target on the key plays and the Tigers for the first time this Jets Minus Namath Tangle Willi Bills Alabama Houston 3 14 3 10 30 .7 7 7 021 Ala FG Ciemny 21 Hou Wright 13 pass from Mullins (Lo pez kick) Ala eaiiey n pass trom musso iuem-ny kick) Ala Brurnara 36 run inemnv kick Hou Wright 3 pass from Mullins (Lo pez kick) Hou Moziesk 1 run (Lopez kick) Ala FG Ciemny 34 Ala FG Ciemny 40 Ala Higginbotham W pass interception (Ciemny Kick) D69. Vols Slam Gators, 38-7, Scott Stars Tulane Ga. Tech 0 0 0 66 0 0 0 20-20 Tech Lewis 30 fumble recovery tHAnnrm kirk I Tech Lewis 56 pass Interception (Moore kick) Tech Healy 1 run (kick failed) Tul Barrios 31 pass from Gleason (run failed) A 32,120 THROTTLE INDIANA First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Florida Tennessee 16 29 t 160 263 335 0 115 2-544 2144-7 9 3B S-J2 0 0 52 ao Badgers Use Neat Attack In 30-12 Triumph BLOOMINGT0N, Ind. (AP)- Wisconsin combined a solid run ning attack with a sometimes spectacular passing game to roll up a 30-12 victory over In diana Saturday. The pattern of the game was set on Wisconsin's first offensive play when sophomore halfback Rufus Ferguson burst through the middle for a 65-yard touch down run. The Badgers scored twice more in the first half, led 21-0 at halftime and coasted to their first Big Ten football victory in three games. The triumph raised the Bad- gers overall season marK to Rgshmg yardage 2- 1 I passing yaraage "-J1- iDAtni-n vjirriaae Tnrliana urae hamnArerl hviPossM fumbles and interceptions as its conference record fell to 1 2 and its overall mark to 1-5. Two fum bles and an interception also set up Wisconsin touchdown drives KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Bobby Scott rifled two touch down passes and kicked the Florida defense to pieces for 385 yards in the air Saturday as Uth-ranked Tennessee crushed the Gators, 38-7, in a regionally televised Southeastern Confe rence football game. Meanwhile, the alert Tennessee defense swiped four pas ses and returned two for touch- jdowns off the nation's No. 2 passer, John Reaves, and made Florida Coach Doug Dickey's initial return to Knoxvule a nightmare. Dickey left Tennessee after an ultra-successful sue years to take the head coaching job at Florida, his alma mater, only four days after the Gators whipped his 1969 Vols 14-13 in the Gator Bowl game. Scott, unheralded as a passer, hit on 21 of 38 passes and had at least a half dozen dropped by Tennessee receivers. His yardage set a school record. Scott unloaded touchdown passes of 42 and 5 yards to Joe Thompson in the first half. Florida Tennessee 7 0 0 0-7 14 10 14 038 Tenn Thompson 42 pass from Scott (Hunt kick) Tenn Watson 3 run (Hunt kick) Fla Reaves 3 run (Franco kick) Tenn Thompson 5 pass from Scott (Hunt kick) Tenn FG Hunt 22 i, :'!. '.,. Tenn Graham 36 Interception return inunt KICK) Tenn Walker. 19 interception returl (Hunt kick) ' A 64,069 NEW YORK (AP) -The New York Jets, minus quarterback Joe Namath, ;and the Buffalo Bills, plus a new passing combi nation involving . two quarter backs, meet today in a battle of pro football cellar-dwellers. Both teams are 1- 4 in the Eastern Division of the Ameri can Conference, but in different boats. The Jets, who may have lost Namath for the season last week with a broken bone in his wrist, are sinking. The Bills have found the sailing smoother with the Dennis Shaw to Marlin Briscoe combination. Shaw, a rookie from San Die go State, and Briscoe, who was the first black quarterback in American Football League his tory but now is a receiver, have hooked up to give the Bills a potent aerial weapon to go with the running of O. J. Simpson. , Shaw and , Briscoe each are ranked No. 3 in their specialties in the latest league statistics Shaw, completing 62.5 per cent of his passes, has gamed 1,063 yards and hit for four touchdowns. Briscoe, has caught 22 passes for 434, yards and four touchdowns. , Noting that Jets' rookie Steve Tannen will F be covering Briscoe, Shaw said he expects to probe that area first Sunday "I've got to figure I'll be going to Martin's side more," Shaw said. "I know Steve. He's a good, tough player, but he's very aggressive.. If he makes a mistake, he can be beaten." The Jets, meanwhile, will be looking to a quarterback with RUNNERS RUIN GOPHERS only a little more experience than Shaw when sophomore Al Woodall directs the attack in place of Namath. Woodall has thrown only 11 passes in his 1 years with the Jets. Woodall knows what to ex pect, however. " "Being an inexperienced play er I think they'll do a lot of blitzing on me," Woodall said. "I'll have to anticipate when they might blitz. It's up to me to get the team moving." Woodall likely will have the advantage of throwing to the Jets' top two receivers with George Sauer, who has been slowed by a hamstring pull, apparently ready to return to action. Don Maynard, out earlier, already has returned. year were held without a touch down Auburn had to settle for three field goals by Gardner Jett, The sixth-ranked Tigers had a chance to tie the score with less than four minutes left but LSU held on downs and took the ball on the one. The Bavou Bengals scored on an 11 yard pass from Buddy Lee to Andy Hamilton in the first quarter after Auburn fullback Wallace Clark fumbled on the Tiger eight. LSU tailback Ar thur Cantrelle drove into the end zone from the one. After a pass interference penalty against Auburn gave the visiting Bengals a first down one yard short of the goal. LSU tailback Arthur Can trelle drove into the end zone from the one after a pass in terference penalty against Au burn gave the visiting Bengals a first down one yard short of the goal. LSU added two points on one of the strangest conversion plays witnessed this season ... Knjr. jprrv.THiisvilie sign painter, "J . - low. chance ot Demg a aocwui i yer wasn't too good. I did what I nM,l1 An hoot " The still-youthful All speaks often about the younger genera tion and its problems. "Pmip on college campuses u,ontnH tA Vippf mv word." he said. "People are interested in boo no- m And nearinu ""a"- I've got to say." . it was obvious as Ah sweatea through prefight worKouts in me rickety confines of the Atlanta Sports Arena. Writers and broadcast newsmen jammed the place. Some came from as far away as Germany, England and Australia. v- Thev've come to see if a man can come back from thej boxing dead." he said. "No old- time champion would nave layed off for three years and then tried getting ready in six weeks. "I did it. I'm ready. I'm in the best shape of my life and l m faster than ever." Whether it's on boxing or phi losophical matters, Muhammad Ali still eniovs talking. The world is still obviously listening, Michigan State Triumphs Over Iowa By 37-0 MSU 25 284 255 52 13-28-1 4-36.5 3 89 Mich LSU Auburn 7 t O 217 3 3 0 39 LSU Hamilton 11 pass from Lee (Lum pkm kick) Auourn f jeit n , Auburn FG Jett 34 LSU Cantrelle 1 run (Lyons pass from Lumpkin) . Auburn FG Jett 29 LSU Safety Sullivan tackled In end zone A 62,392 I 4 v. 'I Michigan Rolls, 39-13, Seyferth, Taylor Star First Dows Pushing Yardage Passing Yardage Return Yardage Passes Punts Fumbles Lost Yards Penalzied Minnesota Michigan 13 69 214 19 16-38-3 0-41 1 5 414 104 U 7-ie-o 6-43 1 66 ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) Fullback Fritz Seyferth powered his way to four touchdowns and tailback Billy Taylor rushed for more than 150 yards as fifth- ranked Michigan rolled to a 39- Oregon Cops 21-20 Upset Over Southern California 1 Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Southern Cal Oreoon IS 20 238 212 72 149 9 -2 7-20-1 13-32-3 5-31 5-28 4 3 23 35 Indiana Wisconsin 613 330; Wis Ferguson 65 run (Jaeger kick) wis Thompson 2 run (kcik failed) wi Thompson 1 run (Graff run) Ind porter 93 punt return (kick failMt) Wis Ferguson i run (kick taiieoi Ind Thompson 2 run (run failed) Wis FG Jaeger 34 A 48,643. Mississippi State Offense, Defense Smack Mississippi Southern, 51-15 : STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) Mississippi State mixed a slashing ground attack, five defen-j sive steals and quarterback Joe Reed's passing Saturday to smash Southern Mississippi,' 51- 15. : -;''; '". State, keyed up after Sou-fher's big upset over Mississippi a week ago, kept hot defensive pressure on Southern quarterbacks throughout the game and never let the Southern offense have a chance. . 1 The victorious Bulldogs set up scores with three pass inter- Reed alternated his passes and the slashing runs of tail back Lewis Grubbs to keep Southern defenders well con fused most of the time. Reed capped a 67-yard drive with a one-yard run for a first-period touchdown and scored on a 13- yard sprint only a minute later, after linebacker Chick King intercepted a Southern pass at the Southern 17. The Southerners over the shock. EUGENE, Ore. (AP) Tail back Bobby Moore smashed over from the one-yard line early in the fourth quarter as a persistent University of Oregon football team came from behind and upset Southern California, 10-7. Saturday in a crucial Pacific-8 game. A partisan crowd of 34,000 watched Moore score a go-ahead touchdown that was set up by a 50-yard pass from quarterback Dan Fouts to flanker jjod new- land at the USC 7. Moore, besides scoring the winning touchdown, gained 168 yards in 38 carries. A fired-up Oregon defense then stopped a USC drive with safety man Dave Pieper inter cepted a pass from USC quar terback Jimmy Jones at the Oregon 1. Oregon got another break with just over seven minutes re maining when Newland recov ered a fumbled punt bv the Tro- never gotians's Tyrone Hudson at the Oregon 49. and now has a 2-2 mark. A heavy rain turned what was USC led 7-0 at halftime on a one-yard scoring run by fullback Sam Cunningham early in the nrst quarter. The rugged Trojan defense stymied a number of Oregon scoring threats before Ken Woody kicked a 22-yard field goal to move Oregon within 7-3 m the third quarter. Southern Cal ..7 Oregon o 0 0 O 3 0- 7 7-10 13 Big Ten homecoming football victory over Minnesota Satur day, i The triumph was the sixth consecutive for the Wolverines this season and 11th straight in regular season competition dat ing back to a 35-9 triumph over the uophers last season. It was also the 54th renewal of the Little Brown Jug series, with Michigan pushing its dorm nation of the rivalry to 33-19-2, and it came before a crowd of . more than 83,000 and a re gional television audience. Taylor scored the first TD of the game midway through the first quarter as he sprinted off j right tackle for a 17-yard run. -Seyferth's first touchdown came on a three -t yard run on the first play of the second quar ter, seven plays atfer teammate Phil Seymour recovered Goph er quarterback Craig Curry's fumble on the Minnesota 35. Sophomore tight end Doug tungsnter s 16-yard touchdown catch from Cutty put the Goph- ers back in the game. Minnesota Michigan 0 7 0 713 6 12 7 14-39 USC Cunningham 1 run (Avale klckl ur-r vvooay it Ore Moore 1 run (Woody kick) A 34,000 (est). Mich-Taylor 17 run (kick failed) Mlch-Seyferth 3 run (pass failed) Mlnn-Kingsriter 16 pass from Curry (Clare kick) ; Mich-Seyferth 4 run (run failed) Micn-seytertn s run (Coin kick) Mich-Seyferth 6 run (Coin kick) Minn-Cook 4 run (pass failed) Mich-Scheffler 2 run (Killian kick) A 83,496. Hampden-Sydney Defense Sparkles In 39-0 Rout Of Johns Hopkins Grubbs scored three times on runs and flanker David Smith .ceptions and two fumble reco-i twice on passes. Glenn Ellis hit veries. on a 42-yard field goal. j sThe victory kept Oregon alive the Rose Bowl race with a -41 conference record. Southern California was all but eliminated BALTIMORE (AP) - Ham pden-Sydney threw up its usual tough defense and swamped Johns Hopkins, 39-0, Saturday after leading the tenacious Blue Jays only 7-0 at halftime in a Mason-Dixon Conference football game. The Tigers, who have allowed only one touchdown while run ning up a 5-1 record, held Johns Hopkins to 98 yards rushing and passing. Quarterback Rick Beale, a se nior from Arlington, Va., tossed two touchdown passes for 20 yards to Dave Shelor in the first quarter and 11 yards to Bob Long in the third period. Paul Page, a defensive back ', "1- it A Momentous Occasion Christos Papanicolaou of Greece soars over the bar as he did Saturday to clear 18 feet V inch. -f' ,'e.-. Randolph-Macon Notches 7-0 Win Over Shepherd football game: ; Iowa First downs Rushing yardage 55 Passing yardage 54 Return yardage 0 Passes 4-27-3 Punst 12-35 Fumbles lost O Yards penalized S EAST LANSING, (UPI) Quarterback Mike Ras- mussen connected on two touchdown . passes and en gineered a third Saturday.. as Michigan State rolled to an easy 37-0 Big Ten win over Iowa. iiasmussen s two scoring tosses went to fullback Henry Matthews for eight yards in the second quarter and split end Billy Jo Dupres for 23 yards in the third quarter. , He also called a 10-yard scoring pass from flanker Bill Triplett to split end Gordon Bowdell in the third period. The Spartans scored a fourth airborne touchdown with only 50 seconds to play when third- string quarterback Frank Koisch connected on a 78-yard toss to tianker Kandy Davis Bowdell had an outstanding day as a receiver, pulling in a total of seven tosses for 117 yards from the three Spartan quarterbacks who saw action. Iowa Mich State O 0 01 710 14 6 MSU Allen 1 run (Shlapak kick) MSU Matthews 8 pass from Rasmus. sen (Shlapak kick) MSU Fo Shlapak 17 . MSU Bowdell 10 pass from Triolett umapaK kick) MSU Dupres 23 pass from Rasmussen (Shlapak kick) MSU Davis 78 pass from Kolsch (kick A 63,482. Missouri Trouces Colorado Colorado First down Ruihina yardage Passing yardage Return yerage Passes Punts . . Fombles lost Yards penal zed Missouri 13 21 35 , 270 244 158 127 43 10-33-0 12-23-1 1-39.1 7-41.1 1 0 50 75 COLUMBIA, Mo. (UPI) . Rangy Chuck Roper, making the most of his first start at quarterback in five weeks ran for one touchdown and passed for another in directing Missouri to a 30-16 Big Eight football victory over Colorado Saturday. .Tack Unstable added field goals of 38, 20 and 47 yards for the Tigers, whose tough defen ders choked off the Colorado running game which had been averaging better than 272 yards to a mere 35 yards. Roper, a 61-1, 185-pound junior from St. Louis, hit 12 of 22 passes for 158 , yards. including three crucial first iown passes in a fourth-quartec scoring drive that spanned 80 yards and clinched the out come. Tailback Bill Mauser, the game s top rusher with 120 yards on 29 carries, scored the clinching TD on a one-yard dive with 12 minutes remaining. It boosted Missouri's lead to 27-10. Missouri, which hiked its record to 4-3 and 2-1 in the Big Eight, jumped to a quick 17-0 lead in the first quarter before a crowd of 57,000 that included Liberty and Gator Bowl scouts. Roper capped a 74-yard drive on the Tigers' second possession with a one-yard keeper and passed 16 yards to John Henley for the second TD after Bastable s first field goal: Colorado rallied to a 20-10 halftime deficit on sophomore Ion Keyworth's. seven - vard touchdown run and Dave Haney's 39-yard field goal on the final play of the half. Colorado Missouri I 6-l 17 3 1030 Mo Roper 1 run (Bastable kick) Mo FG Bastable 31 Mo Henley 16 pass from Roper (Basta- sie KICK; Colo Keyworth 7 run Haney kick) Mo FG Bastable 20 Colo FG Haney 39 Mo Roper 1 run (Bastable kick) . Mo FG Bastable 47 Colo Havig fell on fumble In end zone (run tailed) A-57,O0O. . Bridge-water's Flora Paces 24-0 Victory First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized St. Paul's Bridtewater 19 108 6-39 6-31 2 66 303 41 3-17-1 7-30 1 50 (AP)- TO GREEN TERRORS Generals Fall, 37-21, Bricker Main Nemesis first Downs Rushing yardage passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punls - Fumbles test Yards penalized WtL W Md. 22 11 84 ' 272 234 108 32 55 25-38-3 M7-2 5-31 4:30 2 0 48 115 First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Shepherd ' 13 -171 82 24 3-11-2 ' 7-31 2 95 RMC 17 201 89 16 9-23-4 5-29 1 25 and placekicker, accounted for 13 Hampden-Sydney points with a Jd-yard field goal, four con versions and a 40-yard TD with a pass interception return. j , Frosty Owens gained 117 yards on the ground for the! Tigers and freshman Tom Tuck-! er picked up 96, but neither scored. Donny Stanley went 33 yards and Tracy Powers five yards for the final two Hamp-i den-Sydney TDs. ASHLAND (AP) Randolph Macon's versatile Wayne Dun can picked off two snepnera passes and the Yellow Jackets turned one into a touchdown in gaining a 7-0 football victory Saturday. Randolph-Macon chalked up the game's only score m the first quarter when Duncan in tercepted a John Akers pass on the Rams' 29. Eight plays later quarterback Doug Toan carried the ball m from the eight. Donnie Hill was the Yellow Jackets' leading ball carrier gaining 70 yards in 22 carries. Perry Hubbard was Shep herd's offensive stalwart with 108 yards on 23 carries. Randolph-Macon now sports a 5-0 over-all record while Shep- iieru is now i-4. Shepherd o Randolph-Macon .. .. 7 RMC Toan 8 run (Wallace kick) A-2,100 KANSAS, 24-10 LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)- Linebacker Gary Davenport and running back John Riggms combined their talents Saturday and gave Kansas University a 24-10 homecoming victory over stubborn Iowa State. Davenport partially blocked an Iowa State punt with slight ly less than six minutes to play to set up the winning Kansas touchdown on a bruising 15-yard run by Riggins. j WESTMINSTER, Md. (AP) - Western Maryland overcame a 13-3 halftime deficit and rallied behind freshman quarterback Mike Bricker to defeat Washington & Lee, 37-21, in a football game Saturday. Bricker, starting his second game, tossed a 34-yard TD pass to flanker Ken Wagner in the third period, scored on a two- yard run to put the Green Terrors ahead and then scampered 80 yards to set up another score by halfback Joe Brockmeyer. Sophomore quarterback Steve Fluharty tossed three touchdown passes for Washington & Lee. He completed 24 of 37 passes for 232 yards but had three intercepted. BRIDGEWATER Workhorse Marshall Flora rush ed for 21. yards in 45 carries and scored one touchdown Saturday to lead Bridgewater to an easy 24-0 football victory over St Paul's. " The Eagles started the scoring in the second quarter when Tom Frisby grabbed a three-yard scoring pass from quarterback Wayne Dodson. Bridgewater added a safety minutes later when a host of Eagles swarmed over Jeremiah Williams in the end zone. Flora's touchdown came on a five-yard burst in the third quarter and Bruce Cowan added the extra point. Dodson sprinted 22 yards in the final period for Bridgewa ter s last score of the day. The Eagles are now 3-3 for the season while St. Paul's fell to 1-5. St. Paul's Bridgewater 0 924 Brid Frisby 3 pass from Dodson (kick failed) Brid Safety Williams tackled in era zone Brid Flora 5 run (Cowan kick) Brid Safety ball snapped out of end zone Brid Dodson 22 run (Cowan kick) A 1,000 Washington ft Lee Western Maryland 0 13 121 3 t 14 2037 WM Navlty FG 20 W&L Martin It pass from Fluhartv from Fluharty from Bricker (Chase kick) W&L Green II pass ikick raneot WM Wagner 34 oass (Navlty kick) WM Bricker 2 run (Navlty kick) WM Brockmeyer 6 run (Navity kick) W&L Conrad 9 pass from ei,.k ... (Mahaffey pass from Fluharty) WM Appel 16 interception return (kick failed) WM Roberts 25 run (Navlty kick) WM Roberts 25 run (Navlty kick) WM Roberts 25 run (Navity kick) A 2,000. ' ' WINTER DRY BOAT STORAGE STORE YOUR BOAT IN A VENTILATED Metal Buildinc. Separate Stalls fstSSfHSE Locked Doort. 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