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Nebraska's Don Bryant Talks of Game of CU Don Bryant, Sports Information Director for the University of Nebraska since 1963, addressed the Grceley Quarterback Club luncheon Tuesday and found an audience mixed with fans and alumni of both a a and Colorado University eagerly looking forward to 'the big rivalry game at Folsom Field Saturday. Bryant said modestly, thai Nebraska has a good team this year for the game, but that they are not overconfident. The slrength of his team is born out by the fact that both th United Press International anc the Associated Press collegi football polls listed Nebraska a fourth in the nation. But as much as liryant be lieves in the Big Reds, he regards the Buffs as a potcntia danger. "I thought before th season," he said, that "Cl would be the favorite for tli Big Eight.

If CU puts it a together, it could be a foug game." It is to be expected that 1 would believe in his team, bu he talked about some of It players who make up what 1 alls "the best Nebraska team Page 28 GREELEY TRIBUNE Oct. 28, 1970 Wins Anderson Lineman Award By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS diagnoses so It isn't Bob Foster, Supreme Court May Stop Frazier-Ali Fight 'Mike Anderson plays on television ve ever seen." On offense, Jerry Tagge, a a second team uarlerback, would be leading ic league if he were anywhere Ise, or if starler Van Bronsen not playing for Nebraska nd calling the signals, accord- ng to Bryant. lie also points to two great Iternailng I-backs, or haif- oacks. Jolwny Rodgers has great speed and is every ex- Iosivc. He is probably the liggest running threat Nebraska las ever had.

Joe Orduna is lie other powerful Red halfback. Fullback Dan Schneiss vas refered to as a great blocker by Bryant. The spokesman did say that Nebraska is vulnerable on de- because they arc young and small. But their enlhusiams and pride arc maintaining the Blackshirt tradilion that Selped Nebraska defeat Georgia in last year's Hun Bowl. Nebraska defense also has an AlLAmerican candidate in linebacker Jerry Murtaugli.

Bryant said Nebraska is bringing 15,000 fans to the game a everyone expects tremendous football game. surprising that the Louisiana State linebacker is able to do It on the football field, too. One of Anderson's spur-of(he-moment diagnoses turned out to be just what the doctor ordered Saturday and preserved LSU's 17-9 Southeastern Conference triumph over previously unbeaten Auburn. With less than four minutes to play, Auburn complete a pass from the LSU 31 to the eight- Alcindor Leads Division Race In NBA Scoring By ED SCHUYLER JR. Associated'Press Sports Writer ATLANTA (AP) The U.S.

Supreme Court and Bob Foster stood today as the two major blocks to a heavyweight title fight between Muhammad All and champion Joe Frazier, a fight that easily could bo the richest in history and one of Hie best. Figures like million were being bantered about Tuesday, the day after All returned to the ring after a SVi-y'ear exile arid stopped Jerry Quarry in yard line. Wallace Clark cracked off left tackle and An- Colorado Gridders Develop Many Significant Problems derson stopped him at the five. Clark hit the same spot again and Anderson and two others nailed him at the two. Mickey Zofko carried next but slipped on the rain-soaked turf and fell for no gain.

Then Clark ot the call on fourth down but nderson stopped him for no gain. Over-all, Anderson made six nassisted tackles, helped out six others and a ass, a performance that him National Lineman the Week honors from The ssociated Press. After the game, Coach Charlie IcClendon disclosed how important his 6-foot-3, 225-pound was on that fourth-down ilay. "Anderson made a minor ad- ustment on his own just before he play," McClendon said. "He noved defensive tackle John three rounds by splitting his left eyebrow.

Madison Square Garden In AH fight would be one of the biggest draws in boxing histo- 'Thcre is no limit to what an Ali-Frazier title fight would gross," said Michael Maltiz, president of Sports Action, which copromoted the All-Quarry fight. "It could make million--certainly more than any fight in history. We would run out of satellites." Monday night's fight was shown on closed circuit television to 206 locations, with 900,000 seals, in the United States and Canada. It also was beamed to South America, Eur NEW YORK (AP) Lew Al- ctador, leading Milwaukee in pursuit of Detroit in the National Basketball Association's Midwest Division, has jumped in front in the scoring race wilh a lame average istlcs released 36.5 according polnts-per-ga dine to stall by the NBA today. The Bucks' big center hit for 38 points in a losing cause--Milwaukee's only setback thus far -against the unbeaten runaway Pistons and hit for 39 against Seattle center Bob Rule is second in scoring with a 29.8 average, followed by Boston's Jonn Havlicek at 28.9, defending scoring champ Jerry West of Los Angeles at 28.8 and Dttroit'i Dave Bing at 26.7.

Alclndor also topi NBA 26 for .962, Wilt Chamberlain of By LOUDON KELLY Associated Pi-ess Sporls Writer BOUU)ER (APi Its football season that began so auspiciously now in slireda, Colorado musl pull itsilf after last week's mauling by Missouri to meet undefeated Nebraska al Boulder Saturday- The Buffaloes began (lie cam paign with what many veteran followers rated a powerful eam by beating Indiana and Penn Slate--both of which have taken probably will be Colorado's mos dependable receivers the rest the way. Undoubtedly the player th Buffaloes miss the most from the 1969 team that won the Lib crly Bowl championship agaiiis Alabama is Bob Anderson, tb durable tailback who is no earning a paycheck from tht Denver Broncos of the Nationa Football League. Anderson wa their No. 1 draft pick. New York wants the Ali-Frazier fight for February and Houston interests also are trying for it.

But first there is the appeal of Ali's conviction in 1957 of refusing induction into the Army. Should the Supreme Court refuse to hear the appeal, Ali er coach Len Wilkins is; averaging 12.2 assists to lead that category. field goal percentage with .645, in free throw shooting with 25 ol the Los Angeks Lakers is the leading rebounder with a 23.2 Seattle player- PALM BEACH GARDENS, (AP) Walser Jr. of Oklahoma City has been named era Association's Horton Smith Trophy awarded annually to the PGA member who has contributed greatly to the field of golf professional education. faces a prison sentence of five years.

There is no indication of when this litigation will end. Then there's the lanky figure heavyweight champion Bob Foster who will take his thunderous left hook-irito the ring in a bid for Frazier's crown in Detroit Nov. 18. There is also an outside chance that All might fight rugged Oscar Bonavena in December for Miami promoter Chris )undee. "I could box you and we'd sell out," All quipped to a news- ope, Australia, Asia and the Soviet Union, No receipts are available bu All's percentage was expected to be about $1 million -J Quarry's about $500,000.

All, 28, now has a license to I figt in New York, a license that was'granted after Atlanta cracked the ban against Ali by giving him a license. Ali was impressed by warm reception he got from the packed throng of 5,100 in the old Atlanta Municipal Audito- Come To Gold's For All Your Auto Needs iage into a position to draw two ilockers, Auburn's tackle and guard, leaving the path open for Anderson to step right in and make the stop. I don't think another man on the repeated lumps since. Now they are 3-3 (or, the sea son and 1-3 in ihe Big Eight Con ference after Saturday's 30-16 loss to Missouri. As much as anything, the Buffaloes seem to suffer, from the lack of a consistently effective quarterback.

Jim Bratten, a senior, has bcen-rthe, starter most of the year, but Coach Eddie Crowder went with junior Orvis, Colorado defensive end, came in for high praise Missouri Coach Dan De- 'We haven't blocked.him squad physically strong enough to have made thai tackle. And nothing less than a perfect tack le would have kept Auburn from scoring." Anderson said Auburn "spli out three receivers on that plaj to try to get our defense spread out. I usually go to the tight end's side, but there was no tight end. I just grabbed Sage and pulled him over from out- nan Tuesday as a means of underscoring his gate appeal which in the nation's current social and political climate seems greater than ever. It is certain that a Frazier- side the tackle guard.

He went toward through the and took out both Mockers." Anderson is one of the main from 'on a pass piay yet," Deyine said. Crowder said the Tigers' 0 eight-man line "stopped our 47.2 yards per game, and hasn't ushing game." permitted a touchdown on the Despite the Colorado ground in nine games dating UL'iUHe UlU IUSO, should be in good physical trim back to last season. for the bie lest wilh Nebraska. The Tigers' placekieker Mark Paul Arendt against the Tigers, figuring Arendt has a stronger pitching arm. But he admitted Arendt hat liltle luck in moving the clut against a Missouri outfit tha rang up IV points in the opening quarter.

Arendt wound up with 10 com pletions for 177 yards in 25 trie and Bratten three for 67 yards in eight throws. Neither had an interceplion in contrast lo the loss to Oklahoma a week earlier when (lie Sooners stole four Col- reasons LSU leads the nation in rushing defense, yielding only ,47.2 yards per game, and hasn't permitted a touchdown on the I Fran Tarkenton Gets Award For Offense By DICK COUCH Lumpkin, who lives next door to I Anderson in Baton Rouge, likes to recount the time one Sunday Vols' Scott Tapped Back Of the Week By ESCAR THOMPSON KNOXVTLLE, Tenn. Tennessee Coach Bill Battle and his staff felt that Florida would set its defenses to stop the Vol running attack. After all, Florida Coach Doug Dickey had been the Vol mentor for six years before moving lo Gator country last winter and he knew well the rushing abilities of Curt Watson and Don McLeary, the Tennessee running backs. So Battle and his offensive riurn.

"It's nice feeling they're for you," said the man who rose to the heavyweight title as Cassius Clay and who I knows the feeling of being against him. As for his return to the fight game, AU said, "This is my occupation. Don't you think the people at General Motors who ire on strike would be glad to be back to work." As for Frazier, Ali said, come. I don't have to about it. I'll be home and the phone will be ringing, and he'll je home the phone will be ring-' ing.

People want it." There's already a line on such a fight. It was quoted as, even by oddsmaker Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder after he watched All's impressive comeback. As for Quarry, who is only 25, he called the cut, which re- Spark Plugs AC and Champion Brand New Only 70c Each quired 11 stitches, "a set of cir cumstances. It was luck. 1 wasn't beat by a better fighter.

If I could have gone another round, I could have got back In the fight and woo." The blond Califomlan said he had no immediate plans about lis future. Anti-Freeze Thermostats Truck Chains Car Chains Batteries Starters, Generators Ignition Points, Coils Floor Mats Auto Parts at Low, Low Prices and Savj With Parts From Gold's! OPEN SUNDAY MORNINGS UNTIL 12:30 P.M. Telephone 352-0133 11th St. at 6th Ave. AUTO PARTS orado aerials.

Sophomore Jon Kcyworlh proved lo be Colorado's most effective ball carrier against Missouri willi a 4.1-yard average 10 carries. Ward Walsh seems lo be an assured starter at fullback against (lie Corn- liuskcrs Saturday. Cliff Branch, a junior college transfer, who has made three long runs with kicks fur touchdowns this season, sel a university record Saturday of 158 yards in catching seven passes. Branch, wide receiver Steve Dal Porlo and end Bob Maslen Kosins' Rushing Leads Nation In College Grid NEW YORK (AP) Gary Kosins was in a big hurry on the football field and his leaps to daylight rushed him right up to the top of college football's run ners. Dayton's power runner ac counted for 236 rushing yard last Saturday and Hie figuri zoomed his average per game 170.5.

Ed Marinaro of Cornel last week's leader, dropped I second wilh a 152-yard effort an average of 162.0. Kosins became a triple-lhrea man with his weekend's effort; Tne slashing, 210-poundcr a I toppled Marinaro in the al purpose running category an maintained his scoring lea with 16 poinls a game. Kosin holds a narrow edge--178 yards a game to 178.1--ove North Carolina's Don McCaule in all-purpose running as Mar naro dropped to fourth. Stanford's Jim Plunked wen from No. 2 (o No.

1 in tlie tola offense category, NCAA figure disclosed today. The shar shooting quarterback replace Bill Craigo of the U. Tcxas-t, Paso with a nishing-passin yards-per game average 277.0. Craigo dropped lo sixth. Associated Frew Sporfl WriNr NEW YORK (AP) A few weeks ago, New Yorkers were afternoon he could hear the sound of Anderson's television set and Mike shouting, "Draw, draw, draw!" Lumpkin investigated and found Anderson watching a pro game.

The big linebacker had just diagnosed a draw play. 6-7 Pugh Cited Or calling for Fran Tarkenton's DALLAS, Tex. (AP) It was head on a chopping block. Now in i os i minutes of the Ihey'rc tipping their hats to the ame Sunday and Kansas City (Hants' quarterback following uar terback Lenny Dawson was his finest tour in a decade of attempting somehow to over Nntinnnl Fnnlhall League ulav. vi load coaches came up with a game plan to throw the football.

This put the burden on quarterback Bobby Scott. Scott riddled Florida with passes, completing 21 of 38 for a record 385 yards as the Vols tiumbled the Gators and their old coach, 38-7. This virtuoso performance won Scott acclain as The Associated Press Back Of the Week. "It feels great," the senior from Rossville, said wfcen (old he had been named Back of the Week. "But I had a lot of lelp.

I think our offensive line WE ARE CELEBRATING Our 1st National Football League play. 0 'V27-1G Dallas lead. Tarkenlon, a nawson faded to pass. And scapegoat when the Giants blew then a 260-pounder, coming first-half leads in three consccu- from his blind side, drove Daw- live losses at the outset of (he S0 inlo the ground. Dawson Year Anniversary Thanks to all our Plus Our Annual Inventory Reduction Sale customers who a Live- HJaaCo mt; uuioci.

ui mi.i^uji imu me uunuwn season, silenced his critics last gave his chief tormentor, Cow- Sunday with a flurry of five boys defensive tackle Jelhro touchdown passes that loppled Puhg, a hard stare. Louis 35-17 and evened New Pugh said later "that's the ork's record at 3-3. greatest feeling in the world for The 30-year-old signal-caller a defensive tackle--next to scor- as selected today by The Asso- ing a touchdown or a saesty, of ated Press as the NFL's Of- course." ensive Player of the Week. 6-foot-7 Pugh dropped For some lime, Tarkenfon has xrne the rap that, despite his assing and scrambling skills, doesn't win the big games. But he staged the most pro- uclive aerial show of his career againsl Ihe favored Cardinals in a game the Giants could not af ord to lose.

Tnrkentou completed 10 of 10 passes in tlie first half for three scores and tossed two more slrikes in the final quarter on the way to a 15-for- 18, 280-yard finish. and the receivers ought to get Ihe credit. They're the ones who made it possible." Battle said, "I don't see how it could have been anyone else. You seldom see a quarterback lave as great a game as Bobby did against Florida." One of the first to congratulate Scott after the emolion-fil- led contest was Dickey, had recruited Bobby. our first year of Used Car Sales good for us.

FREE Dawson for losses four times and was credited with 11 unassisted tackles. His performance earned him The Associated Press National Football League Defensive player of the Week laurels. "The Kansas City victory was of my biggesl thrills because it came after that Minne sola thing," Pngh said. "Not only did Minnesota bea us bad but my car "You did a fine job, Dickey said as he shook his for-' 1 mer player's hand. Later in the dressing room, Dickey said, "Tennessee burned us on the big play.

Bobby Scott had a big day and showed tremendous poise. I've seen him have big days before. He is a fine quarterback." Scott, Tennessee's No. 1 quarterback for two seasons, has never been rated in the all-star class with some of the players he has opposed. But he has ma naged generally to more than hold his own with the super- COFFEE AND DONUTS SAT.

OCTOBER 29, 30, 31, 1970 Two Collegians Cited by NBC WICHITA, Kan. (AP) Two pitchers, an infieldcr and an outfielder were nominated today by the National Baseball Congress for ils "sandlotlcr of the Year" award. The award is made on the basis of performance by nominees in the annual National Baseball Congress Tournament held in Wichila, won this season by -the Grand Rapids, Sullivans. Nominated are left-hander Al "Rusty" Gerhardt of Grand Rapids, right-hander Burt Hopton TM Washington's Sonny Sixkiller.of the Boulder, Collegi- is the new passing leader wilh 20 passes completed per game. Jle has amassed 1,496 air yard.

In punting, Utah's Marv Bateman stayed in control a fiflh straight week wilh a ians, third baseman-shortstop Savid Chalk of Boulder, and outfielder Bill Sharp of Ihe Belling ham, Bells. PNBC President said (he winner will be defer- minciJ in Hie near fuluro. wouldn't start when I got back lo Hie airporl," Pugh said. "We had lo have the KC game." Pugh credits fellow defensive tackle Bob Lilly with much of his success. "I dread the lay when that man retires," said Pugh, who noted that Lilly was double- teamed 19 times and triple- learned three times by Kansas City blockers, leaving Pugh in a one-on-one situation against Chief offensive guard Mo Moor man.

Pugh, a graduate of Elizabeth City State, N.C. said he got off lo a slow start fliis year "because I was keying too much waiting too much looking too I wasn't playing enough on instinct and reaction. I talked with (defensive line) coach (Ernie) Staulner and he agreed I should blow and go more. Slaulner said, "It was Jelh- rn's greatest game. His pursuit in parlicular was something.

Pugh will be one of the greatest in the game if he can keep him stars. Tennessee has won 14 games and lost only three since Scott began directing the Vol offense. Currently, the Vols have a 5-1 record and are rated ninth in Ihe AP weekly poll. Deer and Elk Hunters Complete Line of Ammnnifion Hunting Clothing Accessories OVER 50 CARS AND PICKUPS TO CHOOSE FROM All Makes and Models PRICES HAVE BEEN NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED Open Evenings Till 9 6 Salesmen To Serve You self aroused. And aroused Sunday." he was ARGENT PORT C.

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