News-Journal from Mansfield, Ohio on November 22, 1970 · 58
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News-Journal from Mansfield, Ohio · 58

Mansfield, Ohio
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Sunday, November 22, 1970
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PAGE SIX E Mansfield, O., Nwi Journal IFootlDalfl 1 United Pratt International Ohio Ohio Stat K, Michigan Ashland 35, WootterO kent State 34, Xavler I Cincinnati 13. Miami (Ohio) f Central ttatt M. Maryland State plndlay 22, Wilmington JO Toledo 14, ColoraM St. 14 t'MSt Cornell 6 Princeton 1 Syracuse 57 Miami (Fla.) 16 Boston Coll. II Masiachusettt 10 Brown 17 Columbia II Penn St. 35 Pittsburgh II Kings Point 35 Fordham 0 Dartmouth 21 Pann 0 Rutgers M Colgat 14 Holy Crost 20 Connactlcut JO Wagnar 14 Valparaiso 14 Harvard 14 Yal 12 Vlllanovt Watt Chester 7 Delaware 42 Bucknall 0 lefayette 11 Lthlgh 21 Amarlcan Inttrnatlonal 36 Delphi 14 Northern llllnolt 41 Buffalo 24 400 Fans Sec Four Quinls Vie Nearly 400 basketball fans were on hand last night at Pete Henry Gymnasium to witness the second annual basketball preview featuring Mansfield Senior High, Mansfield Madison, Shelby and ML Vernon. Each entry to the 1970-71 basketball season played two quarters, the Tygers coming off with a 2-0 mark with a 16-5 decision over Shelby in the second period and a 14-11 "victory" against Madison in the final stanza of the four quarter preview. FULL PROGRAM A welcome to the event was issued by Senior High faculty director BillFlane-gan. The Tyger Pep Band and cheerleaders from all four schools also participated. Tyger coach Vic Pfizen-mayer said he was pleased with the Senior High players, adding, "but we also found out that we have a lot of work ahead of us in preparing for the regular season." Pfizenmayer n o t e d the scoring of Tygers Jim Bar-nett and Ron Arnett, eight and six points respectively, and the rebounding of Forward Henry Harris. He said that Madison's Lou Hart was also impressive. MANSFIELD SENIOR HIGH BASKETBALL PREVIEW (Quarter Scorttf Shelby 5, Mt. Vernon 4 Mansfield Senior 14, Shelby 5 Mansfield Madison 16, Mt. Vernon 14 Mansfield Senior 14, Mansfield Madison Midlanders Win First SPRINGFIELD Ash-land Midland College took its first win of the season with a 100-88 victory over Clark County Technical Institute here last night. Fast breaking and rebounds made the difference in the game for the Midlan-d e r s (2-1), according to Coach Jim Moore. Phil Plummer led Midland with 42 points. Midland 100 OPT 10 4 24 Fisher 0 0 0 C. McCoy 1 1 3 Baker 0 0 0 Hall 0 0 0 McDonald 17 S 42 Plummer 0 2 OStentz 1 1 3 Hayes 6 3 15 DeWeese Clark TachM OPT Mercer I 0 2 Murphy S 1 IS Olyar toil Wilkeln I 0 14 Adams 4 0 S Brax S 1 11 Combs 4 3 11 Sctioll 2 0 4 4 3 11 M McCoy 3? 22 100 Totals Totals 41 4 M Midland 44 54-100 Clark Court 52 4- Ml Field Goals: Mldland-39 of 89, Clark 41 Of 83 Foul Shots: Mldland-22 of 35, Clark 4-13 Rangers Victors MONTREAL (UP I) -Dave Balon scored twice in the third period Saturday night to lead the New York over the Montreal Canadi-ens in front of 17,989 fans, the largest crowd of the season at the Forum. 6The Greatest Team We've Ever UaiV Woody Hayes Praises Buck Effort By GENE CADDES COLUMBUS (UPI) -"I've got to think that was our biggest victory," said Ohio State Coach Woody Hayes after his team's 20-9 victory over Michigan Saturday, "because it makes up for last year." The Buckeyes had a 22 - game winning streak snapped with a 24-12 loss to the Wolverines at Ann Arbor, Mich., a year ago. "This victory proves to our seniws that this is the greatest team we've ever had here," Hayes said. "These kids would have given their life to win today. They promised us that they would play a great football game, and they did." Hayes was asked to pose for a picture while holding up one finger in the familiar No. 1 pose. "Okay, if that's what you want," he said. "Sure, I'll go for number one. You're damned right." In the losing Michigan locker room, Wolverine Coach Bo Schembechler said his Sunday, November 22, 1971) B0rO Southwest Oklahoma St. 34 Iowa St. 27 Tulsa 30 Idaho 17 SMU 11 Baylor 10 Rice 17 TCU II Wait Tanas St. 14 Southern Mississippi II Arkansas 24 Tanas Tech 10 Arkansas Ttch 14 Arkansas AMIN II Arkansas St. 27 Southern Illinois 3 Pittsburgh St. Si Western New Mexico I Midwest Iowa 22 Illinois 14 Nebraska 24 Oklahoma 21 North Texas St. 41 Wichita St. 24 Missouri 21 Kansas 17 Nolr Dam 3 LSU 0 Northwestern 23 Michigan St. Purdue 40 Indiana 0 Wisconsin 3 Minnesota 14 Hillsdale 3 Wayne St. 0 Bullae 35 Indiana Central 0 20 South Western Maryland 34 Johns Hopkins 20 Western Carolina 34 Gulltord 20 Sahw 14 Livingston 13 Presbyterian 24 Mars Hill 31 Ouanllco Marines 20 Delta St, 13 tlon 30 Gardner-Webb 12 Utah St. 15 Memphis SI. 12 Citadel 44 Davidson f Morgan St. 31 Virginia St. 13 Louisville 23, Drake 14 William 1 Mary 34 Richmond 33 Maryland 17 Virginia 14 Virginia Tech 20 Virginia Military 14 South Carolina 34 Clemson 32 Tennessee 45 Kentucky 0 North Carolina 5 Dukt 34 Florida St. 33 Kansas St. 7 Morehead St. 16 Eastern Kentucky 13 Western Kentucky 33 Murray St. 7 Jacksonville St. (Ala.) 55 Florence St. 21 I-r West Colorado 44 Air Force 1 Utah 14 Brlgham Young 13 South Dakota 21 Weber St. 31 Washington 43 Washington St, 35 Boise St. 41 Coll. of Idaho 7 Fresno St. 27 San Jose St. 14 Western Washington 20 Oregon Tech Oregon St. 24 Oregon t California 22 Stanford 14 Pugat Sound 21 Lewi & Clark 0 Hayward SI. 72 San Francisco t , S. Carolina In 38-32 Final Win By FRED McNEESE CLEMSON, S. C. (UPI) Quarterback Tommy Suggs threw three touchdown passes Saturday, two of them in a wild fourth quarter, as South Carolina defeated Clemson 38-32 in their annual intrastate foot, ball duel. Twenty - nine points were scored in the final period 15 by Clemson and 14 by South Carolina but the Ti- STATISTICS S.C. Clem First downs 23 IS Rushing yardage 143 175 Passing yardage 316 137 Return yardage 21 39 Passes 19-29-3 14-27-0 Punts 4-22.2 6-40 Fumbles lost 0 0 Yards penalized 63 35 gers were never able to catch up. T a i 1 b a c k Ray Yauger sparked the Clemson upset bid with two touchdowns, both from within the five yard line. The victory for South Carolina ended the Gamecock Season at 4-6-1. Clemson wound up its first year under Coach Hootie Ingraham with a 3-8 mark. South Carolln 7 10 7 14-31) Clemson 7 3 7 1532 Clem Yauger 2 run (Slegler kick) SC Hamrick 1 pass from Suggs i (Dupre kick) CLEM FG Selgler30 SC Rice 4 run (Dupre kick) SC-FGDuprt25 Clem Anderson 42 run (Slegler kick) SC Simmons 1 run (Dupre kick) SC Haggard 16 pas from Suggs (Dupre kick) Clem Johnson I past from Kendrlck (Carter pass) SC Mitchell 35 past from Suggs (Dupre kick) Clem Yauger I run (Selgler kick) A-51,000 Ohio State Statistics . Michigan 3 4 Ohio State 3 7 110-20 Ohio FG Schrem 21. Mich FG Coin 31. Ohlo-Jankowskl 26 past from Kern (Schram kick) Mich Staroba 13 pass from Moorhead (kick failed) Ohio FG Schram 27. Ohio Hayden 4 run (Schram kick) A 87,33) STATISTICS Michigan Ohio State 10 18 First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 37 242 118 87 25 54 12-24-1 S-12-1 7-41.4 6-28.1 2 1 48 31 NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSN. New York 102, Cleveland 94 Cincinnati 104, Detroit 102 Phoenix 125, Philadelphia lit Chicago 110, Boston 104 AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE Cleveland 4, Montreal 0 1i. i.i ...i-i I S l l .mm ...I..... ... -V 1 VVJ -f . '7 , V I y I ; ;.. ' V r SONNY SIDE UP - Another father-son combine is off to the races, as veteran Hedley Woodhouse (left) and his son, Bob, compete against each other at Aqueduct track in New , York, Hedley is 51, Bob 21. Hitchcock Victor Iii Gallant' Race NEW YORK (UPI) - German-bred Hitchcock scored his first American victory at Aqueduct Saturday with a 19-1 upset in the 32nd running of the $58,300 Gallant Fox Handi cap before a crowd of 42,116. Ridden by Eddie Belmonte, who was scoring his third of four winners, the 4-year-old colt drew into a two-length lead at the head of the stretch and swept under the wire 1 lenghts in front of Chompion. Romanesco, coupled with Aspasia II, finished third, another three lengths away. Protanto, the 2-1 favorite, was sixth in the 1 mile event. Hitchcock, winless in 13 previous attempts this season, was timed in 2:41 3-5 under 112 pounds and took down first money of $34,980. Hitchcock, fourth to Kara-bas in the 1969 Washington D. C. International at Laurel, was in a contending position throughout the Gallant Fox. The Colt, running in fourth place after going a half mile, moved into second after a mile, drew into along lead nearing the far turn and was never threatened thereafter. The winner paid $40.60, $18.00 and $10.80. Chompion returned $22.60 and $14.60, with Romanesco $15.60 to show. 'Blue' Wins Easy Race LAUREL, Md. (UPI) -Ziba Blue, a 20-1 shot, coasted to an easy victory Saturday at Laurel in the $30,350 Chrysanthemum Handicap for fillies and mares at 1 1-16 miles on turf. The three-year-old Johns Joy-Zibeline filly, ridden by Joe Imparato, hit the wire five lengths in front of Princess Pout, the 127-pound highweight and 6-5 favorite with a crowd of 14,431. Paisley Square was three lengths farther away in third place in the field of 12 starters. Jerry Crow Fades Fast PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Jerry Crow, the 7-10 favorite, stumbled badly in the stretch and faded to third as Poplar Hill Farm's Red Charmer raced to a head victory over J. H. Stone's Flagship Saturday in the $25,000 Flintlock Stakes at Liberty Bell race track. Jerry Crow stunned the crowd of 17,112 when he suf- team "played with great effort, but we did not play well." Schembechler pointed to two mistakes Michigan made, a fumble on the opening kickoff and a pass interception in the fourth quarter which combined to set up half the Buckeye's 20 points. "You just can't do things like that and expect to win," Schembechler said, who was an assistant to Hayes for five years at Ohio State. The Buckeye defense held the vaunted Michigan running game, which gained over 400 yards a week ago against Iowa, to a mere 37 yards. Hayes piled credit on his defensive platoon and its coach, Lou McCullough. "It's unbelievable what this defense has done to the last three teams we have played," Hayes said. "You can't give the credit to any one man. They'll all make the big play." 1 fered his first defeat after seven straight victories this year and finished third in the field of seven three-year-olds, 14 lengths behind Flagship. Area Stars Gain Wins COLUMBUS - John Spencer of Mansfield and Ron Schull of Shelbyare slated to compete in the semi finals of the Buckeye Open Table Tennis championship here today. Spencer will meet John Tannehill of Pittsburgh, No. 2 in the U. S. and seeded No. 1 in men's singles. Schull won two matches before falling to Tim O'Grosky of Columbus in men's singles. He fell to Kurz in the Class B matches. In Class C, Schull battled his way to the semi finals, which he will play against Myron Snow of Newark. Dave Goin of Mansfield won two matches in boys 15 and one in boys 17 before being eliminated. BUCKEYE OPEN MEN'S SINGLES DIVISION John Spencer, Mansfield Def. BUI Hodge, Columbus 21-16, 21-4, 21-9 end John Temple. Columbus, 19-21, 14-12, 21-15, 21-13; 21-9. Ron Schull, Shelby, Def. Dan Seemlller, 21-19, 18-21, 21-8, 21-17 end Gus Kuri, North Canton, 21-12, 21-13, 21-19. Tim O'Grosky, Columbus, def. Ron Schull, 24-22,21-11,21-15. CLASS B Gut Kurz def. Ron Schull, 21-17, 22-20. CLASS C Ron Schull, def. D. Clark, Mich. 21-14, 17-21, 21-9. BOYS 15 Dave Goln, Mansfield def. Joe Roko, Pittsburgh, 21-17, 16-21, 21-1S and Brad Smith, Columbus, 21-18, 21-16. Gary Pickett, Columbus def. Dave Goin, 21-18, 21-16; Mike Dempsy, Columbus, def. Dave Goin, 21-8, 21-16. BOYS 17 Dave Gooln def. Gary Pick-ett, 21-18, 21-18. Mike Dempsy def. Dave Goln, 21-18, 1B-21, 21-13. Non-Loop Sides Win LONDON - Seven little non-league English soccer teams advanced to the second round of the Football Association Cup Saturday, four of them at the expense of pro-league clubs. Six others came away with draws and get another chance for second round cup berths next week. Upsets were scored by Barnet, 6-1, over Newport Town; Grantham, 2-1, over Stockport; Rhyl beat Har-tlepool, 1-0; and Boston United beat Southport, 2-0. A!l four losers are English Fourth Division sides. Dagenham shut out Margate, 2-0, and Telford United whipped Walton, 5-2, in battles between non-league teams. DRAWS, TOO In other cup matches, Hereford tied Northampton of the third division, 2-2; Tamworth and York City, 0-0; and Oxford City drew against Bournemouth, 1-1. In league play Leeds United stayed ahead in the title chase beating Wolverhampton, 3-2. Arsenal climbed back into second place with a 2-1 away win at Ipswich. Tottenham Hotspur was shocked at home, 2-1, by Newcastle, and saw its 14 match undefeated streak end. Spurs droppod buck CDM Cfl&IBesije FutitlDSBll CsngDSB!iSs Cincinnati 33 Miami (Ohio) 0 CINCINNATI (UPI) -Two second-quarter touchdowns following pass Interceptions assured Cincinnati of a 33-0 win Saturday over arch rival Miami of Ohio, for the Bearcats first shutout over the Redskins since 1953. Cincinnati opened the scoring with a safety, when Jim Bengala was tackled In the end zone on the third play of the game from scrimmage. The Bearcats' Mike Schmitt booted a 39-yard field goal following a fumble recovery, in heading for their seventh win in 10 games, leaving only a contest at Memphis State next weekend. Miami closed the season at 7-3. Albert Johnson plunged the last yard of a 28-yard march in nine plays and tailback Dick James went the last three yards, after Ron Ertle had taken a lateral 47 yards, to give Cincinnati its decisive 19-0 half-time margin. After a scoreless third quarter, Cincinnati marched 81 yards in 19 plays, with quarterback Steve Cowan going around right end five yards for the touchdown. With two minutes to go, Johnson scored his second tally, going three yards to finish a 64-yard drive in six plays. Schmitt kicked good after each of the four touchdowns. In w i n n i n g, Cincinnati narrowd the series deficit to 38-31-6 before a crowd of 10,164 fans. Miami 0 0 0 0-0 Cincinnati 5 14 0 14-33 Cln Safety Bengala tackled In end tone Cln - FG Schmitt 39 Cln Johnson 1 run (Schmitt kick) Cln James 3 run (Schmitt kick) Cln Cowan 5 run (Schmitt kick) Cln Johnson 3 run (Schmitt kick) A 10,164. Defender Scores CLEVELAND (AP) -Defenseman Marshall Johnston scored two goals giving him four in two nights Saturday night as the Cleveland Barons shut out Montreal in an American Hockey League game. A Grade VTurkeJ WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY 2 PENNSYLVANIA CITY COUNTRY MUD & SNOW TIRES Get Your Mud and Snow Tires Now, Pick Up Your Turkey At Any T & A Saveway Store Anytime During the Month of November. 101 BankAmericard. Kent State 31 X a tier 6 KENT (AP) Two touchdowns each by senior fullback Don Nottingham and sophomore quarterback Larry Hayes led Kent State University to a final-game victory of 34-6 over the Xav ier Musketeers in non-conference contest Saturday. Nottingham broke the game open with a 10-yard run the first play and a 48-yard touchdown run on the STATISTICS Xavler Kent First downt II 18 Rushing yardage 42 142 Passing yardage 1)3 127 Return yardage US 85 Pastel IJ-29-2 7191 Punts 7-35 4-J6 Fumbles lost I I Yards penalized 21 66 second play. He piled up 91 yards on 17 carries during the game for Kent (3-7). Hayes drove for two short-yardage touchdowns in the second quarter and ended the game with 61 yards in 15 carries while completing one of seven passes for 35 yards. The Musketeers (1-9), led by Quarterbacks Dan Brady and Paul Smith, picked up only 36 net yards in the first half and ended the game with 92 yards rushing and 133 passing. Their only touchdown of the game came in the final quarter on a four -yard run by Geoff Hewer. Xavler 0 0 0 4-6 Kent 7 13 7 7-34 Kent Nottingham 48 run (Bowersox kick) Kent Hayes 4 run (Bowersox kick) Kent Hayet 1 run (kick failed) Kent Nottingham I run (Kent kick) Xav Hewer 4 run (kick failed) Kent Bowersox 28 past from Broder-Ick (Kenst kick) A 3,321 Knichs Beat Cleveland NEW YORK (UPI) -Dick Barnett's 24 points and Walt Frazier's 21 offset a career high of 36 points by Walt Wesley Saturday night as the New York Knickerbockers defeated Cleveland, 102-94, for the Cavaliers' 21st loss in 22 games. The Knicks played without injured Willis Reed for the third straight game. OVEN READY n m - ASHLAND ROAD AT FOURTH ST. 522 - f.UMCniLD'S LAnCIST AlZD f.ICST co.vLrre Tins ccjtez OPEN 1:00 A.M. . 1:00 P.M. DAILY 1.00 A.M. . 12:00 NOON SAT. CLOSED EVERT SUNDAT Central St. 38 Maryland SL H WILBERFOKCE (Ul'i) Quarterback Jimmy Woods closed his collego career Saturday with three consecutive touchdown passes and two extra kicking points ns Central State downed Maryland State College 30 8 here. Woods completed five of six passes for the Maurad-ers (4-5), while fellow senior halfback Larry Davis recorded 138 yards rushing in the season finale for both teams. Hawks' halfback Bill Blann tallied the lone Maryland (1-8) score in the third quarter on a ten-yard run. Greg Anderson converted. Maryland Stat 0 0 I 0-1 Central Slate 4 13 13 4-31 OSU Miller I run (kick failed) CSU Miller 5 run (Woods kick) CSU Hester 51 pass from Woods (run failed) CSU Brown 34 past from Woodi (Woods kick) CSU Mcintosh t past from Woods (run tailed) MSU Blann 10 run (Anderson run) CSU Jackson 1 run (Run failed) A-400 Cardinglon Defeated in First Joust CARDINGTON - Big Walnut High School, scoring 38 points in the middle quarters, moved off to a 67-35 independent basketball victory here last night over Car-dington. The Eagles, with a 17-point scoring effort from Dan Saver, led 14-8 after the first eight m i n u t e s and moved to a 33-13 margin at halftime. Cardington senior guard Wayne Cook led the Pirates with 14 points as both schools opened the 1970-71 season. Cardington 33 4 i 14 Cook 1 0 JHelmulh 0 3 3 Swain 2 15 Smith ) 4 4Harruff 1 0' 2 Levering 1 1 3 Joan tie Walnut-47 OPT OPT Hill 2 t 4 Jones 4 19 ConantS 0 6 SaverS 7 17 Modspugl 7 9 Culver 0 3 3 Piper 2 0 4 Fry 328 Crowd 3 5 Totalt 21 25 67 12 11 35 Totals Cardington I S 11 11-35 Big Walnut 14 19 19 15-67 Field Goals: Cardington, 12 of 43. Foul Shots: Cardington, 11 of 20; Big Walnut, 25 of 38. Reserve Game; Big Walnut 39, Cardington 23. WANTS TO TALK TURKEY! This Offer Good with the purchase of 2 new Pennsylvania City Country Mud & Snow Tires at regular price thru the month of November. Vindlay 22 Wilmington 20 F1NDLAY (UPI) Kind-lay closed tho football seu-son at 3 6 Saturday by edging Wilmington 22 20 when Steve Trout kicked u last minute field goal. Trout's 19 yard field goal was scored with 12 seconds to play. Wilmington 15-3-1) had gone ahead 20-19 with only 3'a minutes left when Fran Pirozzolo ran 22 yards for a touchdown. Steve Blackburn, Sieve Traucht and Dave Doak scored the Findlay touchdowns while Bruce Decker scored twice for Wilmington on short runs. Toledo 24 Colorado St. 14 TOLEDO (AP) - Junior quarterback Chuck Ealey tossed the 30th touchdown pass of his two-year career as Toledo defeated determined Colorado State 24-14 Saturday night for their 22nd straight win. The Tangerine Bowl-Bound Rockets, Mid American Conference champions, completed their second un-defeated, untied season while snapping a CSU three-game win streak. But the stubborn Colorado team, trailing 17-0 after three quarters, made a valiant comeback effort, closing the gap 17-8 on a 53-yard drive climaxed by Halfback Larry McCutcheon's end zone plunge. Toledo had gone ahead on a 23-yard run by Ealey in the first period, a 24-yard run by tailback Tony Harris and a 35-yard field goal by Tom Duncan. Ealey completed 13 of 27 passes for 194 yards. . HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL By The Associated Press Big Walnut 67, Cardington 35 Buckeye Valley 70, Gallon 63 Columbus Eastmoor 77, Athens 54 Columbus Ready 69, Lnden 63 Columbus W a 1 1 e r t o n 57, Columbut Northland 46 Centerburg 77, Ohio Deaf 62 r l L (THAT IS!) TO XW(V', J I "I "" "Wn) flNNSnytMl 4511 4

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