Press and Sun-Bulletin from Binghamton, New York on January 2, 1972 · 46
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Bunce in On Final (Continued From Page IE) ... I haven't slept for three days, I was so nervous. All (he plays on that last drive were audibles." The Indians had been in contention as much by their defense as by their offense before pre-med student Bunce, successor to 1970 Heisman trophy winner Jim Plunkett, who'd directed Stanford's 27-17 upset of Ohio State last New Year's Day, ran off the 8-play series in which his five completions gained 66 yards. Stanford, loser to San Jose State, Duke and Washington in the regular season, never led until the winning kick. They took over at their 22 when Michigan failed to move with the free kick following the safety. Bunce hit tight-end Bill Scott on the first play, flipped fv. ' F2 "Hr JH-: Associated Press WIREPHOTO. PATTING THE HEAD OF THE TOE - Stanford's Rod Garcia (left), who kicked the winning field goal in the final seconds of yesterday's Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Cal., is congratulated by teammates Reggie Ishman (center) and Bill Scott. The boot gave underdog Stanford a 13-12 victory over previously undefeated Michigan. Wham Alabam!-- (Continued From Page IE) the game and got tight." And all the time he talked, his head was bowed and he shredded his bright red jersey into thin strips and let them fall to the floor. Nebraska is so good, so well-balanced on both offense and defense, that even its super stars don't stand out. There are so many of them. If there has been a better college football team in history, I, for one, would like to see the 1971 Nebraska Corn- Arrested in Crash CHARLOTTE, N. C. (AP) -Albert Edwin "Buck" Cham-berlin, 44, of Charlotte, trainer for the Minnesota Twins baseball team, was charged with manslaughter and drunken driving yesterday after a fatal auto accident, police said. Police said he was the driver of a car in which another Charlotte man died when the vehicle struck a parked car and a tree. Chamberlin was treated at a hospital and released. He was freed on $2,000 bond. HOW AT WOOD S!!! RICKMAN & METISSE The Rickman Brother's learn from other people's mistakes. The results are nearly perfect! Also See the 1972 TRIUMPH and SUZUKI WOOD1 CastW Creek Rt. 1 1 Phone 648 for 16 to flanker John Wines-berry and after an in-completion and penalty set him back to his 48, completed successive throws to Miles Moore, Reggie Sanderson and Winesberry to reach Michigan's 18. Two short runs and Stanford had the ball in ideal position for Garcia. "One first down, that's all we had to get, and the game was over," moaned Schem-bechlcr. "But we didn't get it. It's a hell of a thing to lose a Rose Bowl game when we had it won." Michigan carried a 3-0 lead at the half on a 30-yard field goal by Coin in the second period. Garcia evened the count in the third with a 42-yard boot, after missing two tries of 52 and 55 in the first quarter. But the defensive battle erupted in the fourth quarter huskers take them on. Bryant tends to agree. "I surely think they're one of the greatest teams if not THE greatest I've ever seen," said the man who has won more than 200 games and three national championships. "They just toyed with us." And so does Devaney: "This is one of the greatest teams ever to play football." When did he decide that? "Tonight," he added. Title liout on TV NEW YORK (AP) Heavyweight champion Joe Fra-zier's title defense against Terry Daniels in New Orleans Jan. 15 wil be shown on home television by more than 100 stations throughout the country, Century Telesports Network announced yesterday. The last heavyweight championship fight shown on home television was March 22, 1967 when Muhammad Ali knocked out Zora Folley in seven rounds in what was Ali's last bout before being stripped of his title because of his trouble with the military draft. SALES and SERVICE Binghamton, N.Y. 5395 Daze Drive- on the warm, sunny afternoon before a crowd of 103,154 and a national television audience. Fritz Seyferth smashed the final yard on a 71-yard Michigan scoring drive that took 17 plays, all but one on the ground in a relentless advance. Stanford came right back some 67 yards in nine plays, surprising the Wolverines with a 31-yard run by Jackie Brown from the Stanford 33 on a fourth-down fake punt play. Brown capped the drive with a 24-yard touchdown run when Michigan expected Bunce to be passing. Michigan' drove back before Stanford's defense stiffened and forced Coin's field goal 01 D Tale H Michigan 0 3 0 12 Stamford 0 0 3 1013 Mich FG, Coin 30 Stan FG, Garcia 42 Mich Seyferth 1 run (Coin kick) Stan J. Brown 24, run (Garcia kick) Mich Safety, J. Ferguson tackled by Shuttlesworth in end zone attempting to return short field goal attempt. -Stan FG, Garcia 31 Mich. Stan. First down 16 22 Rushes-yards 74-264 Passing yardage 26 290 Return yardage 14 29 Passes 3-11-1 24-44-0 Punts 7-39- 4-42 Fumbles lost 1 4 Yards penalized 23 14 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING Michigan: B. Raylor 32-82, Shuttlesworth 13-62, Slade 13-41, Doughty 11-56. Stanford: J. Brown 6-60, Sanderson 5-16, Winesberry 4-15. RECEIVING Michigan: Doughty 2-13, Seymour 1-13. Stanford: Winesberry 8-1)2, Scott 5-55, J. Brown 5-30. PASSING-Michigan: Slade 3-10-1, 26. Stanford: Bunce 24-44.0, 290. try that turned into the safety. Stanford's senior Bunce, who sat out last year to save this season's eligibility, connected on 24 of 44 passes for 290 yards without an interception. However, he and the offense had to share honors with a rugged defense that at one point in third period stopped Michigan at the 1 after the Wolverines had a first down at the 5. Billy Taylor, the Michigan running ace, tried for the touchdown from the 2, only to be stopped cold by defensive back Bernie Barnes at the 1. The Wolverines gained 264 yards on the ground but in several key situations the Stanford defense, led by Mike Simone, Greg Sampson, Pete Lazetich and Pierre Per-reault, held firm. And the fake punt gamble also turned things around. With the fourth down in their own territory, Steve Murray went back as if to kick. Instead, the ball was centered to fullback Jim Kehl, who shoved it between Brown's legs from, behind and the fleet running back took off on his longrun to Michigan's 34 to set up Stanford's touchdown. Michigan's defenders throttled the Stanford ground game to 38 yards except for Brown's two long runs. Michigan's Taylor came within two of the all-time Rose Bowl workhorse record of 34 carries set by Stanford's Ernie Nevers against Notre Dame's Four Horsemen in 1925. But he averaged only 2"2 yards a try, settling for 82 yards, the first 10 of which put him over 3,000 for his career. The victory gave the Pacif-i c-8 three consecutive triumphs in this Rose Bowl series for the first time since the pact with the Big Ten was signed to start with the 1947 game. Michigan was upset in Southern Cal in 1970, 10-3. The Big 10 still leads the series, 17-9. The last Stanford-Michigan bowl clash was back in 1902, a 49-0 Wolverine walkaway. Got an jC insurance problem insurance problem Compare Kemper See your Kemper Insurance Problem-Solver. No obligation. Ac B - AGENCY INC. (Insurance) THE COLONIAL PLAZA (Opposite Binghamton 32 West State St. Bngfumto. I- T. COMPARE PRICE PROTECTION SERVICE HIGH-FLYING LIONESS Mrs. Dave Joyner, a cheerleader and wife of the Penn State captain and tackle, does her thing by being flipped high in the air during the Cotton Bowl in Dallas yesterday. Her favorites flew high, too, crushing Texas 30-6. Longliorns 'Out on Feet'-- (Continued From Page IE) end Bob Parsons on a 19-yard pass to the 1, setting up Lydell Mitchell's go-ahead touchdown, and minutes later rolled out and drilled a pass to Scott Skarzynski who grabbed it 10 yards in the clear. I couldn't believe it," said Skarzynski, 207-pound junior, whose 12 previous catches had included only one touchdown. Hufnagcl explained that State ran the same play in the first half, with Glen Cole the in- 935 Ilutson The Rosiest PASADENA, Calif. (AP) -Don Hutson, the All-American Alabama end who caught two touchdown passes in the 1935 Rose Bowl game, heads the 50-year Rose Bowl' team picked in a poll of 22 sports writers and Rose Bowl experts from coast-to-coast. Hutson, who caught six passes for 164 yards in the 29-13 victory over Stanford, garnered the most first place votes 16. Halfback O. J. Simpson, who appeared in the 1968 and 1969 games for Southern California, was named on 15 first team ballots. Honored by the panel were: Offense Ends Hutson, Alabama, 1935, and Pat Richter, Wisconsin, 1963. Tackles Bob Reynolds, Stanford, 1934-35-36, and Al Wistert, Michigan, 1948. Guards Alex Agase, Illinois, 1947, and Aaron Rosenberg, Southern California, 1933. Center Mel Hein, Washington State, 1931. Quarterback Jim Plunkett, Stanford, 1971. Backs Simpson, Southern California, 1968-69, Ernie Nevers, Stanford, 1925, and Buddy Young, Illinois, 1947. Defense Ends Bill Daddio, Pittsburgh, 1937, and Monk Moscrip, Stanford, 1934-35-36. Tackles Alex Karras, Iowa, 1957, and Carl Eller, Minnesota, 1962. Guards Jim Stillwagon, Ohio State, 1969 and 1971, and Harry Smith, Southern California, 1940. Linebackers Les Richter, California, 1951, and Ernie Pincket. Southern California, 1930 and 1932. Cornerbacks Leroy Keyes, Purdue, 1967, and Jack Ta-tum, Ohio State, 1969 and 1971. Safety Bob Stiles, UCLA, 1966. Big Shot for Moyer ROME (AP) Carols Mon-zon of Argentina will defend his world middleweight boxing crown against Denny Moyer of Portland, Ore., in Rome on March 4, promoter Rodolfo Sabbatini announced yesterday. The fight will be held in Rome's dome-shaped Sports Palace where Monzon won the title from Nino Benvenuti of Italy in November 1970. tepresenting Plaza) I bone 723-7567 Chicago 60640 tended, receiver, but the quarterback ran the ball. "Cole came back and told me he was open," Hufnagel said. "So, the coach said call it again in the second half. Mitchell made a great fake on the play, forcing the defensive back to commit himself, and Skarz just ran by him." Bayer was pulled out after the play, Alan Lowry shifted to safety and linebacker Bruce Cannon put at Lowry's defensive-half position. After the game, Bayer couldn't remember when he was hurt, his responses coming very slowly as if he were having trouble hearing what was said. Dried blood was on cuts on his lip and nose. Backfield coach Freddy Akers said he was "amazed" on the Parsons catch in Bayer's zone, as a pass "he normally would have intercepted." Royal said Bayer was checked out at half-time after a blow to the head, the head. After the Skarznyski score after 6:16 of. the half, left-footed placekicker Alberto Vi-tiello kicked two more field goals and Hufnagel ran in another touchdown before Pa-temo put in second-string backs for the last time in possession. Vitiello, transfer from Nas JNFACJ We Have More-Kinds of Cars In A Wider Range Of Prices Than ANYONE ELSE IN THE BUSINESS! MODEL COMET CAPRI MONTEGO COUGAR MONTEREY MARQUIS LINCOLN MARK IV Based on mfg's suggested retail price including freight local tax, and preparation as of Sept. 7, 1 97 1 WHAT DOES ALL THIS MEAN TO YOU? JUST THIS. YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY ANY NEW OR USED CAR. See the Attention People 2 214 MAIN STREET, Binghamton, N. Y., Jan. 2, sau Community College, who came to the U. S. from Italy five years ago, added 12 points to his regular-season total of, 74. (Catholic Central grad Steve Stilley was Vitiello's holder.) Mitchell, who'd set an NCAA record of 29 touchdowns during the season, rushed for 146 yards in 27 carries through an increasingly porous Longhorn defense. Penn State linebacker,, Gary Gray had 15 tackles, nine unassisted, but the Defensive Player of the Game award went to end Bruce Bannon. Mitchell won the Top Back award. Texas QB Eddie Phillips, who'd played little during the regular season because of injuries, was obviously rusty when the score forced him to throw, and was replaced for the last quarter by Donnie Wigginton. Texas completed only two touchdown passes all season. Paterno ticked off three rea-s o n s for State's complete domination of the game after trailing 6-3 at halftime. "One, our kicking game held up, two, they turned over three fumbles, and three, we moved the ball the way I felt we could. We felt we could run the football on them because ;L W W I mr-.i'fafri ti't ' n m mimittmtmmmamimm-mMm ... .... r mra'immiiri "V'T 'V "' n'iiiiiHM NO. 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Ha allegedly scuffled with two patrolmen who tried to issue him a traffic summons. ml . t il XW) BETTER IDEAS MAKE BETTER tARS' THE SUNDAY PRESS 5 E VARSITY STANDINGS EASTERN DIVISION Avq. Team W-L Pis. St. Cyril's 6 0 HI St. Paul's 5-1 75 5 St. Patrick's 4-2 70.2 St. Catherine's 2-4 70 2 St. John's . . 2-4 67.8 St. Mary's 2-4 57.7 St. Stanislaus' .. .. 0 6 55.7 WESTERN DIVISION Avg. Opp. i5.7 67 S 61 5 745 72.3 66.0 83.7 Team W-L St. Thomas' 6-0 St. Ambrose's 4-2 St. James' 4-2 Pts. 71.0 79.3 65.0 80.2 620 71.7 Opp. 49.0 75.3 57.2 74 0 74.5 77 8 St. Anthony's 3-3 Blessed Sacrament 2-4 Our Lady of Sorrows 2-4 St. Vincent's 0-6 63.3 84.7 Tonight's Games: St. Vincent's at St. Paul's, St. Cyril's at St. Ambrose's, St. Patrick's at Our Lady of Sorrows, St. Mary's at Blessed Sacrament, St. Anthony's at Stanislaus', St. John's at St. Thomas', St. Catherine's a St. James. JV STANDINGS East West St. James' St. Anthony's Blessed Sac. 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