Quad-City Times from Davenport, Iowa on November 8, 1970 · 21
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Quad-City Times from Davenport, Iowa · 21

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ISU Coach Satisfied With Club AMES, Iowa (AP) Iowa State football coach Johnny Majors felt his Cyiones were still a "good football team" after Saturday's 54-29 Big Eight Conference defeat by fourth-ranked Nebraska, which he labeled "a great team." "I have nothing but praise for Nebraska, and no criti-cism whatsoever of our team," said Majors, whose Cyclones dropped their fifth straight of the season and ninth in a row in the Big Eight. "WE HAVE the finest receiver in the country in Otto Stowe," added Majors, in what for him was a very short post-mortem on the game. Stowe caught touchdown passes of 9 and 33 yards and had six receptions for 63 yards as he added on to a pair of career Iowa State pass-catching records. Nebraska coach Bob Devaney also lauded Iowa State, which lost its tenth straight to the Cornhuskers. "They did a real fine job offensively," said Devaney. "The thing that impressed me about Iowa State was that they kept coming back." DEVANEY also thought his team played well as it pounded out 565 yards total offense. "Our first team played well, and I felt our offense was very versatile and effective today," he said. The Nebraska coach showed some displeasure with the play of his reserves, against whom Iowa State scored its final two touchdowns late in the game. "We were playing our second-string kids, they were playing their first team. And their first team beat our sec-ond-teamers once in a while," said Devaney. ASKED about possibly running up the score to maintain or boost Nebraska's national ranking, Devaney said, "Teams naturally think of national rank, but the only one that's important is the one at the end of the season. "If I had been too worried about national ranking, I wouldn't have played my reserves so early," he added. Despite an 8 - 0 -1 record, Devaney feels the toughest part of Nebraska's schedule is just ahead. "The games we play the next two Saturdays will be our toughest of the year. We can't afford to think past Kansas State next week," he said. HE SAID low an Van Brownson, a junior from Shenandoah who had been the Cornhuskers' starting quarterback the past four weeks, saw action only as a place-kick holder because of an injury. Kick Saves Tennessee COLUMBIA, S. C. (AP) -Kicking specialist George Hunt booted a 31-yard field goal in the final 15 seconds Saturday to give nationally-ranked Tennessee a 20-18 victory over an underdog University of South Carolina football team. Hunt's field goal, his second of the game, was the climax to a wild fourth quarter that saw South Carolina score 15 points and Tennessee ten. South Carolina seemed destined to end its three-game losing streak and pin a stunning upset on the eight-ranked Volunteers, The Gamecocks led 18-17 and time was running out. But with substitute quarterback Dennis Chadwick lead-ing the way, Tennessee moved deep enough for Hunt to save the victory. in . . . for minor odjustments to complete overhauli or replacement uniti on oil standard or automatic transmissions. Sullivan Tries Diving Huskers- Continued Prom Page IB in one burst in the 10-play push. Stowe caught a nine-yard pass from Amundson for his second touchdown. THE HUSKERS bobbled the short kickoff and the Cyclones' Tom Hilden recovered at the 49. But they had to give up the ball at their own 43 after failing to make a first down. On the next play, new Hus-ker quarterback Bob Jones and fullback Jim Carstens failed to make connection on a handoff, with Bob Matey recovering for the Cyclones on the Iowa State 41. The final Cyclone touchdown came on a dazzling 54-yard pass play, with flanker Dave McCurry fielding Amundsen's long throw on the run. The Cyclones displayed some offensive punch, too, picking up 228 yards on passes and 117 on the ground. Carlson completed 15 of 29 tosses for 147, and Amundson 4 out of 8 for 81. TAGGE HIT on 18 of 27 for 223 yards and added 11 in rushing to account for a total of 234. Rushing leader was Nebraska's left halfback Jeff Kinney with 118 yards in 19 carries. For the Cyclones, Stowe had a net of 36 on one run, and McDonald picked up 30 in six carries. Outstanding o n defense again for the Cyclones was Keith Schroeder, junior middle linebacker from Davenport. He made 11 solo tackles and assisted in seven stops. Majors offered no criticism of the Cyclones' play after the game. "We have a good football team, Nebraska has a great one," he said. The Cyclones lost defensive tackle Darrel Jamsonius who suffered a broken ankle in the first quarter. Scouts from the Cotton and Sugar Bowls were on hand to watch the Cornhuskers, but reports circulating in the press box indicate that Nebraska is hopeful of playing Notre Dame in the Orange Bowl. Coe's Defense Stops Carletoii NORTHFIELD, Minn. (AP) Coe ground out 401 yards while holding Carleton to 57 yards rushing enroute to a 42-14 Midwest Conference college football victory here Saturday. Coe's Lon Cakerice scored touchdowns on runs of 16 and 6 yards and intercepted two passes which set up touchdown drives for the winners. He also kicked two extra points. FREE TOWING! Credit Termi Available Millikin Defeats Augie DECATUR, 111. - Millikin halfback Bob Henry scored twice on short blasts here Saturday in leading the Big Blue to a 20-10 win over Au-gustana College. Henry was the difference in t h e well-played defensive struggle as he slashed through Augie defenders for Oregon State CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) -A lethargic Oregon State team roared to life in the second half Saturday and upset California 16-10 in a Pacific -8 football game. In the first half, California scored on two of four opportunities while OSU made only one first down and had net yardage of minus four. But the Beavers opened the second half using the option play and surprised the California defense with a 26-yard scoring pass from quarterback Jim Kilmartin to end Jeff Kolberg. The next time Oregon State had the ball, Kilmartin directed the team 53 yards in 12 plays and fullback Dave Schilling took it over, putting OSU ahead for good. California, getting good Oregon Topples Air Force 46-35 EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -Sophomore quarterback Dan Fouts dazzled ninth-ranked Air Force with four touchdown passes Saturday as underdog Oregon stunned the Falcons 46-35 in a wide-open inrersectional football game. It was the first loss in nine games for Air Force. Oregon, playing without star tailback COME LET ITHlCl M0DU17 STANDARD PUMP 12-11 20 C A. ITHACA MODEL 17V VENTIUTEB tn pump 12-U20GA. You'll Find Jl7 Iowa fullback Tim Sullivan hurdles ahead of the Iowa ball-carrier is center head first over the Indiana defensive Al Cassady, left, Iowa won the game 42-line during third quarter play in Satur- 13. (Max Winter Photo) day's game at Iowa City. Blocking 151 yeards in 30 attempts for a 5.1 average. Millikin got on the scoreboard first with a 26-yard field goal by Loren Thorsten-sen midway through the initial period after a drive stalled at the Viking 9. That was the extent of the scoring in the first half as neither Jolts Cal field position throughout the first half, utilized the slashing running of Tim Todd, who gained 35 yards during the 67-yard drive, which ended with him going over from the one. Randy Wersching, who tried three field goals in the first half, converted on one of them early in the second period the 22nd of his career and a Pacific-8 record. That put California ahead 10-0. Then the Oregon State defense tightened and the remainder of the first half was three downs and punt for each side, marked once by a brief free-for-all on the sidelines after OSU defensive end Jkm Sherbert pulled down back Stan Murphy near the California bench. Bobby Moore, improved its record to 6-3. The two teams, ranked among the nation's best in total offense, put on a give-and-take scoring show for a crowd of 24,700. They traded touchdowns all afternoon before Oregon finally went ahead in the fourth quarter. Fullback Jim Anderson's HUNTERS! Pheasant Season Begins PARTNERS in PLEASURE Nov. 14th ZIFFREN'S SHOW YOU THEr.1, TODAY! ITHACA ITHACA MODIl ITHACA MODEl il 900 DItUXC KIODtt I0 STANDARD 20" VINT AUTOMATIC BOUIIE tr7"IAtt(l SHOTGUN UMl DURSIATU 12-20 GA. 12 70 CA. Us Fully Stocked to wmmmimmmmmmm team could mount a sustained offensive drive. AUGIE KNOTTED the score early in the third quarter when placekicker Bob Car-fa o n e climaxed a 45-yard march by splitting the uprights from 22 yards away, The big gainer in the drive was a 13-yard screen pass from quarterback Rey Dahl to Gary Fairchild. Dahl, subbing for injured ace Kenny Anderson, completed 11-21 passes for 113 yards for a creditable showing. Less than two minutes after Morningside Dealt Loss BROOKINGS, S.D. (AP) -Morningside quarterback Pat Murphy set a school record by passing for 392 yards but the Chiefs still fell 44-24 to South Dakota State in a North Central Conference college football contest here Saturday. The win boosted South Dakota State to 1-5 in conference play and 2-7 for the season. Morningside is 1-4 and 2-5, respectively. two-yard scoring run and Ken Woody's kick for the extra point put Oregon ahead 36-35 with 12:18 left in the game. Oregon added an insurance score moments later after defensive end Mike Johnson recovered an Air Force fumble at the Falcon 39. Fouts on the first play unloaded a rifle shot to split end Bob Newland in the end zone. Vooa AdugO Vomit V0U 02EAlo)V? 1? & m ft ITHACA ITHACA ITHACA WOOd 700E O0DH4I MODIl S00 DOUIll SADDLE GUM OVIRUNDIR IARRU 1IVIR ACTION SUPItPOU 1? 70 CA. 22 CAL. HUE 12-20 6 A. Satisfy all your Hunting Needs! Carbone's field goal, Millikin went in front for good on a I three-yard slash by Henry The touchdown was set up when Henry brought the crowd to its feet by returning Carbone's kickoff 74 yards to the Augie 15. Three plays later Henry scored his first touchdown. MILLIKIN then put the game out of Augie's reach by marching 41 yards to score early in the final period. Henry circled right end for the final two yards and his second TD of the day. Augie, desperately needing a few breaks to pull the game out of the fire, got one mid-wav through the last stanza when linebacker Mank Watts intercepted a Millikin aerial and returned it 20 yards to the Millikin 16. Three plays later freshman halfback Jim Weldon smashed over from the one. THE VIKINGS missed a golden opportunity to score with just over five minutes loft to olav when Mike Dnsu-tinovich blocked a Millikin punt and the Viking recovered at the Bic Blue 48. But the Vikings couldn't capitalize and had to punt after running three nlays. Augie never threatened after that point. The victory gives Millikin a 4-3 mark in 'he Collew Cnn-forence of Illinois and Wisconsin whi'e the loss drops Augie's orD record to 2-5. Statistics A M First Downi in M Rushing Yurdnqft VI Passing Yrdg '13 J7 Paset 1 1 -71-0 5-95 5 Punts 11-35.4 4-25.1 Fumble Lost 0 0 Yurdj Pensllied 70 55 SCORINO Auquitana S 7 It Millikin 10 7 10 20 M ThorttPnwn V FS A Crtn 2J FG M Henry 3 run (Thortenin kick) M Henry 2 run (Thorjtenn kick) A Woldon 1 run (Cnrbont kick) M-Thorttensen 71 FG ITHACA MODIl tOO OVIRUNDIR SUPERPOSE 17 70 OA. TIMES-DEMOCRAT Sunday, Nov. 8, 1370 oj Davenport-Bettendorf, Iowa NU Trims Gophers EVANSTON, 111. (AP) -Big Ten rushing leader Mike Adamle staged a dazzling one-man show scoring four touchdowns to rally Northwestern from a 14-0 deficit to a 28-14 conference football victory over rugged Minnesota Saturday. Adamle shattered a Big Ten ball-carrying record with 48 hauls good for 192 yards and finally put Northwestern ahead 21-14 with 6:03 left with h i s third one-yard scoring dive. ADAMLE scored North-western's fourth touchdown on a five-yard smash with 65 seconds left. The victory kept Northwest-em's slim league title hopes alive with a 4-1 record and left Minnesota with a 1-3-1 record. Minnesota rode to a 14-0 lead in an error-filled first quarter. The Gophers moved ahead SIPODMr (EdDATT MM WELL KNOWN MAKER GOOD SELECTION n tot rm - rt VALVES TO $55 2 BEST BUY LIBERAL CREDIT TERMS 30 60 90 DAYS WITH NO CARRYING CHARGE in the first three minutes when Jeff Wright blocked Marty McGann's punt and defensive back Mike Wright raced 35 yards behind a wall of blockers to score. Although Minnesota lost its two top rushers, Barry Mayer and Ernie Cook, on its first offensive series and fumbled the ball away twice, the Gophers still mustered a 77 yard drive to score again with 65) seconds left in the first quarter for a 14-0 lead. Statistics Minnesot Northwestern First downs 11 " Rushing yardnqe 177 315 Passing yardage 107 151 Return yardage 37 30 . Passes 6 21-2 8 21-3 Punts 7-33 5-33 Fumbles lost 3 1 Yards penalized 48 10 SCORING Minnesota 14 t t 014 Northwestern 0 7 7 14-71 Minn Whate 35 blocked punt (Clare kick) Minn Curry 4 run (Clare kick) Nwn Adamle 1 run (Planisck kick) NWN Adamle 1 run (Planlsek kick) NWN Adamle 1 run (Planisek kick) NWN Adamle 5 run (Planisek kick) M at 55 WIW- if':; for IN YEARS! EQirauKi mm TT'S ABRAHAMS 124 EAST 3rd STREET PH. 323-7634 YES, WE SELL TO ILLINOIS RESIDENTS TRANSMISSION SERVICE, INC. f .1 B f J 1 8 170 AH 526 E. 4TH. ST. CAU 326-53 11 Urf ivttDiVFtOfM4tM TIIMWfSt Out Riprir OPEN MONDAYS 8 TO 8 sixr to uko onrm.vsi in i:iri: BRADY at 3rd DAVENPORT A J -4k.. -

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