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'PAGE FOUR MIAMI OKLAHOMA NEWS-RECORD RIPS IOWA STATE; HUSKERS NIP Jl IDAY, NOVEMBER 12,1967 Owens Gains TDs as 5 Sooners jHit Scoring Column v AMES, Iowa (AP) —- Bowl-minded Oklahoma turned /loose its awesome offense and pulverized Iowa State : 52-14 Saturday to take over the undisputed lead in the .; torrid Big Eight football race. Tlie Sooners' victory, coupled ; With Kansas' 12-8 loss to Colorado, gave Oklahoma a half- game lead over the Jayhawks. 'Quarterback Bob Warmack was the spearhead of an attack that saw five different players score as the No. 8-raled Sooners Statistics «^vj v. fc*.J HIV* il\/, U^llAtVi\J ikJW/llClu T-J i j built their league mark to 4-0 ^ otl f n yardage First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes Okla.... 27 264 270 .1SU 13 80 141 13-21-2 13-31-3 and season record to 6-1. Oklahoma scored five of the first six times it handled the ball, while the defense kept the Cyclones in a three-plays-and- punt situation most of the time. Iowa State managed only 61 yards in total offense in the first half although the Cyclones lin- the game, Sooner re- ished with 221 for most of it against serves. 127 3-27 123 9-35 Colorado Jars KU's Perfect Big 8 Record BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Col- rado, with a healthy Wilmer Cooks starting at fullback, regained its early season form Saturday and knocked Kansas from the top of the Big Eight Conference 12-8. The triumph snipped Kansas' four-game winning streak, all in the conference and ended Colorado's two loss string after winning five straight. Oklahoma took over first place by defeating Iowa State 52-14 to remain undefeated in Punts Fumbles lost 1 1 Yards penalized 20 18 * * * led the Sooner ground attack with 58 yards, Shotts had 54 and conference play. Owens 41. Warder connected on 13 of 3] passes for 141 yards and added 35 more on rushing attempts. But the Sooners limited running backs Ben King and Les Webster to only 26 and 19 yards, Oklahoma put the game out of respectively, doubt on three first quarter) The Cyclones couldn't do a touchdowns—two of them 14 sec- thing against Oklahoma's start- The Buffaloes, hobbled by injuries to Cooks and other key players for three weeks, gave Kansas a 50-yard touchdown pass from Bob Douglass to John Mosier before grinding out touchdown marches in the sec- onds apart. Halfback Steve Owens scored the first of his two markers on a one-yard run with 6:59 gone, climaxing a 75-yard march. ing defensive unit. Forced to punt four times in the opening quarter, Iowa State went to a shotgun offensive formation and Warder hit Busch with 12:55 A few minutes later. Warmackjto go in the half. The Cyclones was fading back to pass when lie almost was trapped by a Cyclone defender. But he shook picked up another first down in the drive that ended on Oklahoma's 46 and one more later him off, deftly eluded several j n the period, .but that was the other Cyclones and raced 24 yards to score. Just 14 seconds after that, Oklahoma made it 20-0 when Bob Slephenson intercepted a deflected John Warder pass and entire production until Sooner reserves went in. Iowa State now 2-7 overall 1-5 in the Big Eight, closes its season at home against Oklahoma State next weekend. 20 14 12 007 raced 21 yards to score. Okla. Qwens and halfback Ron i owa . Sholts both tallied on one-yard!Okla.—Owens 1 run runs to make it 34-0 at halftime.jokla.—Warmack 24 run (Vain the opening minutes of the| c i lon kick). 6-52 7—14 (kick third quarter, Warmack and end Stevj Zabel teamed on a 76- yard pass-run, and later in the Okla.—Owens period Sholts cracked over from I kick). Okla.—Stephenson 21 pass interception (Vachon kick). 1 run (Vachon the one to boost the margin to {fate's Jerry Fiat 46-7. Iowa blocked t kait at the 50, scooped it, up and raced in untouched to 201-0 in the' tihird period. The cyclones' other marker came when Warder'hit wingback Tom Busch with a short pass with two minutes to go. Third-string JMickey R-ipley q u a r t e rback hit Bo Denton LAID UP with a bum knee, Emerson Boozer, New York Jets top running back and leading scorer in the AFL, will be out of action for the season. A three- hour operation for torn ligaments and cartilage resulted from a tackle during the Jets' 42-18 loss to Kansas City. Okla.—Shotts 1 run (Vachon kick). Okla.—Zabel 76 pass from Warmack (kick failed). Iowa St.—Fiat 50 blocked return punt (Skripsky'kick). Okla.—Shotts 1 run ; (kick failed). Iowa St.—Busch 8 pass from Warder (Skripsky kick). Okla.—Denton 14 pass from Ripley (kick failed). ond and fourth periods. Both drives were capped by short yardage plunges by Cooks. Colorado turned the tide early in the third quarter when the Buffalo defense stopped Kansas on four downs inside the Colorado five. The Jayhawks had moved for 75 yards before the Buffalo goal-line stand. The climax on the goal line defense came when cornerback Ike Howard fended off a blocker and spilled Douglass as he tried to turn left end from a yard out. After its touchdown, Kansas added two points on a run by Donnie Shanklin. Colorado tried a run and a pass and both failed after its touchdowns. Kansas 8800-8 Colo 060 6-12 Kan—iMosier 50 pass from Douglass (Shanklin run) Colo-Cooks 1 run (run failed) Colo-Cooks 1 run (pass failed) Attendance 40,200. Pass Theft Costly Wake Forest ets TULSA (AP) — Digit Laughridge, a speedy defensive back, scrampered 59 yards with an intercepted pass Saturday to give Wake Forest a 31-24 victory over Tulsa Missouri Trims K-State, Stays Alive in Big 8 COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP)—Missouri overcame a fumbling start and beat Kansas State 286 Saturday with tough defen- in an intersectional football game. Laughridge then made a game-ending tackle on the one- yard line to keep Tulsa from perhaps tying or pulling out a with a 14-yard scoring pass in the closing minutes to finish up the Sooners' rampage. The Cyclones' total was almost as much as the Sooners had given up in six previous games. Oklahoma, which had scored four shutouts, had yielded! only a total of 16 points before!nold Palmer carved a one-under Palmer Remains Ahead in Golf MEXICO CITY (AP) - Ar- meeting Iowa State. The Sooners, who lead the league in rushing, total offense and scoring, had 27 first downs in picking up 264 yards on the | par 71 Saturday and continued his drive toward the individual title in the 15th World Cup Golf Tournament with a 54-hole total of 209. ground and 270 through the air.j Palmer's seven-under score Warmack hit 7 of 13 passes!for three trips around the Club for 171 yards and also picked upide Golf Mexico course left him 1 •57 on the ground. Eddie Hinton! three strokes ahead of the inter- MOVING? • Locally • Nation Wldo • Call M & S VAN & STORAGE 30 D N.E. Dial Kl 2-5781 j national field. Palmer has never won the individual title although he has played on five World Cup cham-i^g''^^ pionship teams. | d<wn the Jack Nicklaus shot a spar- 1 Purdue Buries Gophers, 41-12 LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — Purdue buried Minnesota's Gophers 41-12 Saturday in rain and mud and its fabulous Leroy Keyes broke a 24-year-old Big Ten one-season scoring recorc with his 12th, 13th, and 14th conference touchdowns of the year. Purdue came from behind twice in the first half before inflicting Minnesota's first Big Ten loss of the year. It left Purdue, ineligible for the Rose Bowl as the 1967 entrant, tied with Indiana, a 14-13 winner at Michigan State, at the top of the conference standings. Both stand 5-0 in the conference. Minnesota's Bob Stein kicked a 31-yard field goal in the first quarter to open the scoring. Keyes got his first touchdown on kling 69 on the narrow, tree- Mned, 7,250-yard course and increased the American team lead to nine strokes over Argentina, 421-430. ANGUS DISPERSAL SALE WE WILL SELL THE ENTIRE ANGUS HERD OF RALPH FRYE AT THE SALE BARN, GOODMAN, MO., LOCATED 8 MILES SOUTH OF NEOSHO MO., ON 71 HIGHWAY Tuesday, Nov. 14 STARTING PROMPTLY AT 1:00 P.M. 130 CHOICE ANGUS HEIFERS & CALVES The Solo Includes: 35—First Calf Angus Heifers with good calves at side; 60—First Calf Angus Heifers, bred to registered bulls. Some are due to freshen by December. The balance will itart calving March 1st; 3—Young Purebred Angus Bulls; 1—Young Registered Angus Bull. Auctioneer's Note: This ii a choice group of Angus Heifers. All Ocv, In good flesh. The cattle will be moved to the sale barn, Goodman, Mo., the day before ths sale for convenience of handling. Be sure !o attend if you want :an-e choice Angus heifers. Ralph Frye, Owner SENECA, MO. SALE CONDUCTED BY: GOODMAN AUCTION Max Hansen & 776-3891—Seneca, Mo. 776-3442—Seneca, Mo. CO. George Fritchey an _ nesota led 10-7 at the end of the first period. Purdue sewed up the game in the second quarter, Keyes knifing three yards for one touchdown and Mike Phipps hitting Jim Beirne with a 27-yard scoring pass for another. The Boilermakers punched over another touchdown in the thid period, a plunge by Perry Williams, and two in the final quarter—an eight-yard run by Keyes and one by the reserves. Minnesota Purdue 10 0 7 14 2 0—12 6 14—41 "RED WING" Waterproof Boots "IRISH SETTER" Safety Toe Boats t Oxfords COWBOY BOOTS • Justin • Nacoma • Acme • Texas Reynolds BOOT & SHOE SHOP 24 South Main Statistics Wake Forest.... victory. With a flurry of desperation oasses, Tiisa came almost the length of the field in the last iha-ee minutes with Glenn Dobbs III, son of the Tulsa coach, completing a pass to Rick Eber on the one as I/he game ended. Laughridge's spectacular run down the sidelines came after Tulsa had over come a 17-point deficit and appeared to be on the march again. The win gave Wake Forest aj 3-6 season record and left Tulsa with five wins and two losses. Tulsa had won 19 consecutive home games before Saturday's loss. Tulsa rolled to a quick lead fche first time it ted the ball. Mike Stripling dived through the middle of the line for the score after setting it up with an 18-yard pass to Eber. Wake Forest then opened up, scoring 24 points before Tulsa got on the Scoreboard again. Ron Jurewicz, sophomore fullback, took a 9-yard pass from quarterback Freddie Summers for the first Wake Forest touchdown. The score climaxed a 66- yard drive. Chick George kicked a 33- First downs 38 Rushing yardage 265 Passing yardage 63 Return yardage 171 Passes Punts a-34 Fumbles lost 1 Yards penalized 69 .Tulsa 23 109 285 145 12-5-0 42-23-2 5-36 26 yard field goal in the second (George kick) sive play, led by linebacker John Douglas and a dazzling 50-yard touchdown run by Jon Staggers. The victory kept alive Missouri hopes for a share of ine Big Eight football title. The Tigers stand 3-2 in league play and 6-2 for the season. Kansas State is 0-5 in the conference and 1-7 for all games. With Missouri clinging to a 7- lead late in the third period, Douglas intercepted a BD1 Nossek pass and Missouri needed just four plays to move 24 yards for a 4-6 lead. Quarterback Gary Kombrink passed 10 yards to split end Jhuck Webber on the second play. Kombrink got the TD on an eight-yard sweep. Missouri rushed over two more touchdown in the closing minutes. Missouri stopped K-State's passing game with a fierce rush, led by tackles Rocky Wallace and Roger Boyd, and ends Elmer Benliardi! and BUI Schmitt. Nossek was tackled nine times for 75 yards in loss- the first quarter K-State es. In tackle Bill Salat smashed into Kombrink knocking him loose from the ball and Salat recovered at the Missouri 10. On third down, Nossek flipped a 10-yard TD pass to halfback Larry Brown. The kick was wide, but K- State still led 6-0 when Staggers started to his left on a halfback pass, decided to run, reversed Ms field and scampered 50 yards to score. Missouri lost two other fumbles in the first 21 minutes buD K-State couldn't cash in. Passing by Patrick Key to 9-0 Victory On Nebraska Field By ODELL HANSON LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A pair of key passes from sophomore quarterback Frank Patrick to Dennis Rich- nafsky helped Nebraska to a second quarter touchdown Saturday and the Cornhuskers rode the advantage to a 9-0 Big Eight football victory over Oklahoma State. The passes, a 10-yard gainer to OSU's 18, and a four-yard touchdown toss, were the only Patrick completions in nine first half tries. Bill Bomberger put the game oust.of reach wilfi a 29-yard field goal in the .game's final five minutes. Nebraska's victory, boosting the Buskers' season mark to 6-2 and the conference record to 32, kept alive a slight title hope for the defending Big Eight champs. OSU was all but eliminated from Hhe-ititle chase on a 1-3 loop record, 2-4-1 over-all. The only -threat, by either team had been a desperation 51- yard field goal try by OSU's Craig Kessler midway through the second .quarter. Nebraska's ensuing touchdown drive, engineered in 10 pilays, stalled on the Huskers' 33. Sophomore Joe Orduna dented the Cowboy defense with a 21-yard run before Patrick made his key passes to Richnaf- s ! ky. Nebraska's defensive unit, leading the nation with an average of orJy 144 total, yards yield- d per outing going into the game, improved Hie mark by shackling the Cowboys to 103 j yards, 66 of ithem by passes. OSU drove to Nebraska's 9 early in the second half, only toj be stopped when a fourth down pass on a fake field goal play >vas broken up. Again in the Statistics First Downs Okla State 3 Rushing yardage 37 Passing yardage 66 Return yardage 83 Passes 5-16-1 Punts 8-40 Fumbles lost 1 Yards penalized 28 Neb-Richnafsky 4 pass from Patrick Kick failed Neb-FG Boinberger 29. Attendance 65,461. Neb. 16 250 58 21 5-14-1 6-53' '/I 25 Arkansas Easy Winner in S.W. Game at Rice HOUSTON, Tex. (AP)- Slow- starting Arkansas exploded for 17 points in the second period Saturday and moved on to take an easy Southwest Conference victory from Rice University 23-9. After being soundly outplayed by the favored Owls in the first quarter, Arkansas took a 3-0 lead on a 44-yard field goal by fourth" "period" r the To' wb"oy"s| Bob W" 16 and lhcn cashed in threatened when Doug CatheyP n lon g runs bv a P ajr of deferi - ui__i i T-V ru i i_ * sivo snprialistis. CJ-arv Ariams Tulsa scored just before halftime with Eber leaping to catch a 25-yard pass from Stripling. Stripling passed to Eber for a two-point conversion. Tulsa scored twice in the third quarter to tie the score 24-24. Doug Wyatt booted a 34-yard field goal and Harry Wood took a five-yard pass from Gary Collett for the scores. It was a pass by Collett intended for Eber that Laughridge intercepted and returned for the winning score. Notre Dame Blocked Dana Stephenson's punt jo give OSU possession on Nebraska's 28. A fumble, recovered jy Nebraska's Mike Wynn, halted this tlireat. Nebraska gained 250 rushing sive specialists, Gary Adams and Tommy Tranlham, for two quick touchdowns. A 35-yard punt return by Adams carried to the Rice 45 and two plays later Ronnie yards with. Ben Gregory con- \ South passed 35-yards to Max tributing 120 and Orduna going I Peacock for a touchdown. Seven, for 78. Patrick completed 5 of 13! plays later Trantham intercept passes for 58 yards, with one in-a Rice pass and returned 5-3 Wake Forest Tulsa 7 17 7 8 7—31 0—24 Tulsa: Stripling 1 run (Wyatt kick) Wake Forest: Jurewicz 9 pass from Summers (George kick) Wake Forest: George 33 field goal Wake Forest: Jurewicz 9 run (George kick) Wake Forest: Dolbin 17 run quarter to put Wake Forest | Tulsa: Eber 25 pass from ahead. Two minutes later, afterjling) Wake Forest had recovered a I Tulsa: Wyatt 34 field goal Tulsa fumble, Jurewicz skirted left end for 9 yards and his second touchdown of the day. Later in the quarter the Deacons recovered another Hurricane fumble on the Tulsa 22 and Jack Doblin, a classy runner all afternoon, dashed 17 yards to score. Ova-coming offensive troubles (Stripling (Eber pass from Strip- Tulsa: Wood 5 pass from Collett (kick failed) Wake Forest: Laughuridge 59 pass interception (George kick) Attendance: 23,500 Tasmania, the island state of the Commonwealth of Australia, was once called Van Diemen's Land. WASHER and DRYER Wife-Saver Sale! Washers As Low As Dryers Per Week $ 1fi IU Down HOME FURNITURE APPLIANCE ANNEX PITTSBURGH AP) — Notre Dame's Terry Hanratty ran for two touchdowns and elusive Tom Schoen ripped off a 78-yard punt return Saturday, leading the Msn to a 38-0 conquest of outclassed Pitt. Hanratty was given plenty of time by Ms forward wall on passes, connecting on eight of 13 passes for 120 yards before leaving to rest midway through the third period. But all of Notre j Dame's touchdowns came on; the ground. i Schoen, a 178-poxnid safety, took a punt on his own 22, circled to his left and raced down the left sideline Mo the end zone. He also set up Notire Dame's second touchdown with a 20- yard return and a field goal with a 13-yard return. Schoen intercepted a pass and returned it 40 yards just before the half, but time ran out before the Irish could score. The Notre Dame back crashed trough the porous Pitt defense for a total of 284 yards running. terception, but the crucial pair caught by Richnafsky in the second quarter touchdown effort j the only snares by the 6- foot senior end. OSU quarterback Ronnie Johnson connected on 5 of 15 throws yards to the Rice 11, from where David Dickey carried over from the two on fourth down. After Frank Putska had kicked a 41-yard field goal for Rice in the third period, Adams set up the final Arkansas score with and had one intercepted, with a 52-yard punt return to the Jerry Phil-pott and Terry Brown jowls' seven. Dickey powered his targets, Larry Gossney, wifhjover from (he one on fourth 23 yards in 11 carries, and Jack!down. Reynolds, with 10 rushes for 31] Rice struck in the closing min- shouldered the ground at-jutes for its lone touchdown tack chores for the Cowboys, j driving 86 yards in 10 plays Oklahoma St 0000 -Ojwith Terry Shelton scoring from Nebraska 060 3-8(the one. " ! When i Bills stack up- v/ Notre Dame Pittsburgh 14 10 6 8—38 0 000—0 AND 15 E. Central Kl 2-2839 TURKEY SHOOT Sun., Nov. 12 Each Sunday Until Jan. 1st. NOON 'TIL 2 Miles East of Miami on Highway 10—Just Over the Turnpike IKE LACY That's the Time to See Us For A Prompt Consolidation Loan 1000 1500 2000 1500 -•* 1 «• 1 _ »* 1 »* 1 •6.10 14.15 72.10 •0.25 CITY FINANCE 132 NORTH MAIN MIAMI Kl 2-3392 FURNITURE—AUTO—SIGNATURE—REAL ESTATE Credit Life and Disability Insurance Available See "The Bankers" At .... Security - Your Farm - Your Business MEMBER: FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

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