The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 6, 1970 · 14
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I I The Lincoln Star Tuesdoy, October 6, 1970 To Try Cracking Doane's Inlome' Wm their unbeaten string but the streak of winning at home may be just enough added incentative for Doane to prove Papik's words. The Standings Other Schoooli WIT Pel. Hiram Scott ? S 1 ' So Omaha ' 3 0 aa junior Cetleaes MeCook ' Falrbury 1,0 Last Week's Results Nebraska Weilayan 24. Austin College li Wayne 21 Omaha 15) Southwestern, La 49, Doine 0 Peru 34, Southern, S O. 22; Westmar 7, Dana 0; Concordia ?a Hastlnas Oi Northweetern 30, Midland 0,Hlr.mflScolt ".Eastern New Mexico 14i Kearney 27, Chadron 23 McCook 15? Mesa, Colo. 13i Centeryllle, Iowa 29, Falrbury . This Week's Games Nebraska Wesleyan at Huron, S.D.; Omaha at Northern, Colo.) Missouri Western at Peru; Midland at Doanei Wayne at Chadron; Hastings at Black Hills, S O.; Kearney at Moorhead SI ; Concordia at Dana, Nor hern. SD. at Hiram Scottl Co teyvllle, Kan. at McCookf Falrbury at Wentworth Military (Friday). By STEVE GILLISPIE Star Sports Writer Max Kitzelman is sure that his Midland football team has a good chance to break Doane's winning streak when the two clubs clash on Simon Field in Crete Saturday afternoon. True Concordia Teachers College and the University of Southwestern Louisiana have beaten the Tigers, but on the road. Therefore coach Al Papik's crew still has a winning streak to preserve: home games. If last year's Doane-Midland contest is any indication of what is to come this season, the game could be a wide-open scoring affair. Last year Doane jumped off to a 16-0 advantage but the Warriors fought back to knot the score at 16-all. Approximately midway in the last quarter the Tigers broke loose and eventually won, 40-16. On last year's results Kitzelman comments, "we Just ran out of gas. We had no depth and were worn down in the latter part of the game. So far this season Kitzelman feels his young squad is developing with every game and may be able to put everything together against Doane. One indication of the en-thusium of the Midland players occurred last Saturday night following the loss to Northwestern Iowa. They told Kitzelman they wanted to work harder on Monday preparing for Doane. Papik respects the Warriors but added his team is willing to go back to work this week and try to get back into the win column. "We will be a little tired from the long trip to Louisiana but things should be shaping up ,by Wednesday," Papik said. "Our only problem spot is Mike Sallier who has a bruise in his thigh but he is expected to start." Papik feels that the Tigers cannot be counted out of the conference race with the Wesleyan game still on the schedule. ' "The Midland game is a definite win for use," he stated. "Their all-freshman backfield is making good progress as well as most of their club." Papik pointed out Parents Day also will be observed at the Doane-Midland clash, an added incentative to the contest. When questioned about changes for the Tigers, Kitzelman stated, "we are going to ask some of our bigger and more experienced boys to go both ways. We'd like to play two different teams on offense and defense but were a young and developing team." The strong point of Midland's offense is the frosh backfield according to Kitzelman. We like to compare "our quarterback Larry Holmes to Doane's Green when he was a freshman," he quipped. "He has great potential along with Willie James and Monroe Allen. "In fact our freshman have come along so well that we left John Gumbon at defensive halfback and he started on offense last year," Kitzelman concluded. Papik plans nothing special for the Warriors but adds, "I don't want to discredit any other teams in the conference but the games early on .our schedule were just as tough or tougher than anyone else's. Even though we are just playing even ball now, we feel we can have a good season." The Tigers may have lost NIAC Conference All Camas WIT Pel. WIT Pel. NWU .... Concordlt Hastings Doane .. Dint ... Midland ...2 0 0 1.000 . 2 0 0 1.000 .1 0 .500 ...0 1 0 .000 . 0 1 0 .000 . 0 2 0 .000 NCC 4 0 0 1.000 2 1 0 .647 2 1 0 Ml 2 2 0 .500 .000 .250 0 0 Conftrtnct All Games WIT Pel. W t T Pel. Ketrnty 1 0 0 1.000 4 0 0 1.000 Wtynt 0 0 0 .000 2 1 0 .447 pAu 0 0 0 .000 2 2 0 .500 Chadron ... 0 1 0 .009 2 2 0 .500 Streak Midland -GAINS 291 YARDS Hawthorne Big 8 Selection For Back Of Week Honors Kansas City !fl The preseason brochure put out by Kansas State says: "Henry Hawthorne, wingback, due to replace the departed Mack Herron." ' ""r ' Herron, in case you don;t recall, led Kansas State in scoring, kickoff returns, pass receiving and rushing in 1969. Until last Saturday, it appeared that replacing Herron was going to be a mighty big assignment for Henry Hawthorne, a 1969 junior college transfer. Hawthorne was leading the Wildcats this season in only one of Herron's specialties kickoff returns. After Saturday, Hawthorne may prove more than just a faint facsimile oft he departed Herron. He did about everything a player can do with a football in Kansas State's 21-20 upset over highly regarded Colorado. Hawthorne gained 291 yards in total offense, including 128 yards on nine rushes, four pass recep tions for 96 yards and one kickoff return for 67 yards. He scored the touchdown that finally paid off as the clincher. For this super performance, Hawthorne was voted , the Big Eight Conference back of the week Monday by a panel of sports writers. Hawthorne's touchdown Came on a pass from Lynn Dickey. The elusive wingback took the ball on the Wildcats' 35, broke a tackle at the 45 and fled through the Buff secondary to the goal. The play covered 75 yards. Hawthorne ran 57 yards from his 20 to set up the field goal that gave the Wildcats a 10-7 halftime edge. After his touchdown, the Wildcats wanted desperately to hang on to the football once they gained possession. That they did. Hawthorne scooted for two vital first downs in the last five minutes, and Colorado was never able to get its hands on the ball again. After it was all over, Wildcat Coach Vince Gibson said that "Henry Hawthorne was the winning, edge. He isn't as durable as Herron but he can make the big play for you." Eddie Crowder, the stunned Colorado coach, said: "I knew Hawthorne was capable of having that kind of a day. He had a great one, didn't he?" Hawthorne said: "I didn't know I was close to 300 yards on offense. On the big play, I saw the man cominjj to get me and I just spun away from him. I knew I was gone when I saw the opening. "That's the most I've carried the ball since I've been here. It sure helps. I was kinda gettin' down on myself." After a pause, Hawthorne added: "Mack Herron is a tough man to replace. I haven't played on a championship team, and I want to leave Kansas State with a championship." If Hawthorne continues to play the way be did against Colorado, he might just do that. Missouri Gridders Sidelined Four were Keglers Grab Lincoln Open Positions Response from out-state continues to boost the number of entries qualifying for spots in the pro-am division of the Lincoln PBA Open Bowling Tournament. Twelve spots were reserved this week from Columbus and four from Creston, Iowa, with the names to be added later. Tourney promoters received money reserving six spots each from the Columbus Bowl and Boulevard Lanes in Columbus and for four spots from Taylor Bowl in Creston. , Four more bowlers, three of them from outside of Lincoln, qualified for spots in roll-offs to bring the number of amateur entries for the November 6 pro-am to 34. The tournament proper is set .for November 7-9 at Hollywood'Bowl in Lincoln. The only Lincoln bowler qualifying the past week was Darrell Vandehoff with Gary Westerhoff of Seward, Paul Hartung of Fremont and Al Cx ipkes of Omaha qualifying from outside of Lincoln. This week each league in Lincoln is being asked to cooperate by conducting a roll-off within the league to send one of its members into the pro-am. The week has been designated as Lincoln PBA Open Pro-Am Bowling Week in the Capital City by Lincoln Mayor Sam Schwartzkopf. Roll-offs for spots in the pro-am also are continuing at bowling centers across the state and surrounding areas. Golden Gloves Coaches To Meet WednesdayNight A dinner meeting for all Lincoln Golden Gloves boxing coaches will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday night at Lorinos in the shopping center at 70th and A. V "We would like to have all coaches show up for this meeting," Eldro Hansen, co-chairman of the Golden Gloves for the; sponsoring Lincoln Master Barbers ! Association,' said. "We want to go' over this year's program, and just generally get together with all, the. coaches." Hansen also announced the schedule of Golden Gloves smokers for this season as well as the dates of the Southeast District Tournament. All events will be held at Pershing Auditorium this season . Smoker dates are Nov. 4. 24, and Jan.. 6 with . the district tournament set for Jan. 27-28. "We had hoped to have a fourth said, "But we haven't been able 4a tinA n fif a " , I VJ liilU a Oil. Periard, Harper Lead Assaulters Middle' guard Ed Periard and end Willie Harper have led the Nebraska Black Shirt's assualt on opposing ball carriers behind the line of scrimmage. miara Has caught opposing 0T AT ball carriers seven times behind the line for losses of 39 yards and Harper has made five stops for losses of 41 yards. NU defensive statistics: Linemen Clover 4 Jacobson 9 4 Johnson, M. 4 1 Pabls J 1 Periard 19 15 Walllne 5 S Ends Adklns 6 1 Harper 13 1? Hyland 4 8 Pitts 5 4 Linebackers Hauge 5 3 Morell 10 7 Morock 10 7 Murtaugh ....30 22 Terrlo 13 17 Branch 1 Backs ' Anderson 12 8 Blahak 8 9 Decker 0 6 Hollstein 2 1 Kosch . . 12 7 McClelland 2 0 Rogers ' 3 R 0 2 0 0 1 0 EX 0 0 0 0 0 0 PI 0 0 0 0 0 0 u 1 1 1 0 0 0 P 0 I 0 0 0 0 NO Yds 8 27 23 2 39 16 female, Bob Sheets, female, Larry FLAG FOOTBALL Mid-America Pliia tng 4. 4, IBM 0; EMDC y 25, Super Speculator Double Winner In Field Trials Super Speculator, a pointer male handled by Waltin Olson of Calamus, la., was the only double winner as the Husker Bird Dog Club held its 45th semi-annual field trials over the weekend at the Branched Oak Lake field trial area. Super Speculator captured both the Open Shooting Dog and Amatuer Shooting Dog class championships. Open Puppy Class 1. Hasty Beck, pointer female, Bill Roussan,. Lincoln. 2. Judy, pointer Eaglevllle. M 3. Fancy, pointer Riensche, Waverly. Open Derby Class 1. Ranger's Royal Seymour, pointer male, Herb Forsythe, Greentop, Mo. 2. Melany's Madador, pointer female, Jim Barnes, Whiting, Kan. 3. Mr. Steres, pointer male, Don Gustofson, Ames, la. ... Onan All Aoa C lU 1. Whltev Peleface, pointer male, Jo Barksdale, DeMvines, la. J. Paladin's Brown Bomber, pointer mi. Pan Hor&lav. Lincoln. 3. Golden SmoKepole, pointer female. Bill Roussan, Lincoln. Open Shooting Dog Class 1. Super Speculator, painter male, Waltin -Olson, Calamus, la. 2. Paladin's Brown Bomber, pointer male, Ran Homey, Lincoln. 3. Jungle Jane, pointer female, Waltin Olson, Calamus, la. Amateur Shooting Dog Class lv Super Speculator, pointer male. Waltin Olson, Calamus, la. 2. Lady B. pointer female. Dr. Ed Boucher, Griswald, la. 3. Jungle Jane, opinler femaie, Wellln Olson, Calamus, la. .' tj Archery Classes Will Start Today Classes in archery will begin Tuesday evening at the Lincoln Prairie Bowmen indoor 'range at lizott r street, ac cording to president Duane Keijnedy.. . .. , Kennedy emphasized) that it was a beginners' course, and wpuid last tor six weeks in total. Courses will be taught on Tuesdays only, from 7:30- 9:30. He said that archery equipment would be available for use of those taking the course. Hammer Named New President Broken Bow UP) Omahan Don Hammer is the new president of. the Nebraska Rifle and Pistol Association. Other officers named at a weekend meeting in Broken Bow include former Olympic cham pion Gary Anderson of Axtell, vice president; Sue Taylor of Omaha, secretary, and Bob Benton of Omaha, treasurer. Members of the board of governors include, East: Ron Whitaker of Hastings, pistol; Willard Still of Broken Bow, small bore; and Harold Wanek of Aurora, big bore. West: Tom SpenSe of Gering, pistol; Clarence Larson of Gering, small bore, and Glenn Flebig of Alliance, big bore. NWU Cage Schedule Heavy Nebraska Wesleyan University will play a 23-game basketball schedule according to a revised schedule released by head coach Irv Peterson. The Plainsmen will open the 1970 71 campaign at Hastings on Dec. 3-4-5 in the Nebraska Inter collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament. ' The Capital City crew finished runner-up in this event last season. The schedule: Dec. 3-5 NIAC Tourney at Hastings; Dec. 7 at Friends University; 11 Pershing; 18 Mornmgside; 19 George Williams. Jan. 4 J. F. Kennedy; 8 Hiram Scott; 13 Hastings; 18 Concordia; 22 at Doane; 25 Midland; 2 -Bellevue. Feb. 2 at Concordia; 6 at Aurora College; 11 - at Midland; IS at Dana; If Doane; 20 Colorado College; 22 Metropolitan; 24 Dana; 26 at Hastings. Columbia, Mo. ( Missouri football players sidelined Monday with injuries, but Coach Dan Devine hopes to have them ready for this week's game at Nebraska. 4 Devine moved sophomore Scott Sodergren to offensive guard to give more depth at that position. Sodergren, No. 2 center, is rated by the coaches as a top-notch newcomer off last year's freshman outfit. The switch was caused by a k n e e contusion suffered by senior Dan Kelley in the 40-20 victory over Oklahoma State. The others out of action were Mickey Kephart, offensive guard; Rocky Wallace, defensive tackle and linebacker Mijte McKee. Missouri's 437 yards rushing against OSU was the most ever made by a Devine-coached team. And it was the first time three Missouri backs each ran for more than 100 yards. Joe Moore had 186 yards, James Harrison 120, and Mike Farmer 101. Pepper Downcast With Practice Lawrence, Kan. () Coach Pepper Rodgers was a bit down cast after working his Kansas football squad two hours Monday in the stadium, where he gave up his plans to t have a secret practice. "It's impossible to have a closed .practice," Rodgers said, "so we'll do exactly what we've been doing all year, which is all right." "We didn't have a very good practice," he added. "It's hard when you're trying to adjust your formation to what they do. We'll have to have a better practice tomorrow or we'll get slaughtered." Cyclones Face Severe Test Ames US) Iowa State's defeated Cyclones started parations Monday for their Big 8 Conference opener Saturday at Colorado. They will be facing "the most physical and possibly the strongest team we will meet all season," according to coach Johnny Majors. The Buffaloes have victories over Indiana and Penn Stat but were niDDed 21-20 Saturday by Kansas State. Orduna Leads NU Backs With 300 Yards Rushing . '. . RODGERS COLLECTS 276 YARDS WITH PASSES and six kickoffs for Nebraska's Joe Orduna moved into the 300-yard club, fellow I-back Jeff Kinney moved into the 200-yard neighborhood and flanker Johnny Rodgers climbed over the 100-yard mark in the Huskers' 35-10 win over Minnesota Saturday. Orduna leads the Huskers in rushing with 344 yards, followed by Kinney with 231 and Rodgers with 108. In addition, Rodgers has caught 13 passes for 276 yards, returned eight punts for 117 yards 128 yards. The Husker statistics: First Downs, First Downs, penalties Total First Downs Rushing, AM Rushing Passing . UN .. 52 .. 33 .. 3 .. II 209 Yds sained rushing 994 Yds Lost Rushing 117 Net yds, rushing 877 Per game average 219.2 Passing, att 85 Passes, complete 55 Passes, Intercepted 4 Net yds, passing 727 Per game average 111.8 Total offense, att 294 Net yds 1604 Per game average 401.0 OPP 38 25 2 65 183 61 2C8 473 111.3 96 47 5 531 132.7 279 1004 251.0 HEAVY BAT NEEDED- Allen To Move To LA Dodgers Interceptions, no 5 Net yds returned 94 Punting, no 14 Blocked 1 Total yds, punting 569 Per punt average 35 4 Punts returned, no 12 Net yds 145 4 44 27 0 1069 394 3 20 12 260 18 198 II I 43 10.8 Kickoffs returned, no 8 Net yds 166 Penalties, no 28 Total yds . 209 Fumbles, no 14 Lost 10 Scoring, tot. points 120 'Per game average 30.0 RUSHINO No. Oaln Loss Net Ave. Carslens 1 7 0 7 7.0 Hughes 4 12 9 3 .3 Jones 4 6 18 -17 Kinney 51 234 3 231 4.5 Olds 2 '10 . 10 5.0 Orduna 62 3a 4 344 S. Rodgers 16 116 8 1CI 6.8 Schneiss 20 81 31 4.1 Taooe 29 110 6 41 M Vector 13 34 1 33 2.3 Brownson 7 36 S 31 44 Total 209 994 117 877 4.7 Opp Tat 113 611 308 473 3.6 PASSING Att. Comp Pet. Int. Yds TD Jones 1 Orduna I Schneiss 2 Taooe 48 Brownson 11 Total ij Los Angeles MP) The Los Angeles Dodgers traded 1969 rookie-of-the-year Ted Sizemore and catcher Bob Stinson to the St. Louis Cardinals Monday for heavy-hitting Richie Allen. Northeast Takes Rocket Harriers Capture Meet The Northeast Rocket harriers defeated Southeast harriers in a dual cross-country meet over the 1.9 course at East High by placing four in the. top five. Ron Greeno won the event with a time of 9:52 to pace the Rocket harriers. Southeast won the reserve meet 25-31 with Paul Watson of Southeast coming home first in 11:00. Northeast 16, Southeast 42 1. Ron Greeno, NE, 9:52. 2. Cliff Karf. hauser, NE, 9:55; 3. Roger Ems, NE, 10:08; 4. Jerry Klrkland, NE, 10:09; 5. John Dooll Gulick, SE, 10:11. un- pre- East Harriers Sweep Top Four Places Lincoln East High's Kent Lynch toured the 1.9 mile Pioneer cross-country course to lead his team in downihe Lin. coin High. 16-45. Lynch toured the distance in 10:03 to lead the Spartans in a sweep of four top spots. The Link's Adam Loos paced the reserves with 11:04 as Lin coln High downed East 20-40. Lincoln East 16, Lincoln High 45 1. Kent Lynch, East, 10:03; 2. Bill Doney, East, 10:24; 3. Kirk Zifqualn, can, iv.u; . jim piass. East, 10:30; 5. Jay Hudson, High, 10:36. Southeast Takes Tennis Win The Southeast netters downed Northeast in a tennis dual meet Monday afternoon, 4-1.. Southeast 4, Northeast 1 SNIGLES Jerry Renaud def. Mark Churchill. SE, 6-2, 6-0. John Duncan, SE, def. Blair Hall, 6-1, 61. Randy Urbuiti, SE, def. Tim Litkle, 6-0.6-1. DOUBLES Churchill, Duncan def. Renaud, Hall 2-6, 6-3, 6-4. Andy Berger, Jim Clark SE, def. Phil Hughes, Mike McKnight 2-6, 6-4, 7-6. RESERVE FOOTBALL Northeast 34, Hastings 8 Northeast 13 14 0 7-34 Hastings 0 0 O 18 Northeast Uddlck, 2 run; Knopp !23), 7, 1 runs and 4 pass from Ketterer; Steinhagen, 12 run, PAT Mehuron, 2 kicks; Sullivan pass from Ketterer. Hastings-Jacobsotv 25 run. PAT Jacobson, run. , East Captures Gymnastic Win Lincoln East gymnists downed rival Lincoln High in a dual met at East to stretch their dual re cord to 21 with a score of 122.5-117.15. East . 122.5, High 117.15 Free exercise 1. Nimic, High; 2. Schmidt, High; 3. Owen, East. Pareilei bars l. Owen, test; 2. Dallmann, East; 3. Haas, High. Still rings 1. Dallmann, East; 2. O'Connor, High; 3. Bryan, East. Trampoline 1. Lincoln, East; 2. Desch, East; 3. Binger, East. Side horse 1. stienkruger, East; z. Buckney, East; 3. D. Stlenkruger.East. High bar 1. Wimmer, Hlgh;,2. Dahl- mann. East; . ipaiey, nign. Tumbling 1. Schmidt, High; 2. coin. East; 3. Nlmlc High. Lin- FEATURE RACES At Belmont Park Ta Wee .. '. 3.20 Hasty Hitter Kushka At Sportsman Mr. Gemini 4.40 Beauty's Son Toeless Tom At Rockingham Runson Run 3.40- Countess Free King Harvest At Tropical rar War Lady.' ..vll.o Extra Tnarp . ii. ...... Lee's conspirator 2.10 2.10 2.10 2.60 4.00 6.20 2.20 3.00 2.60 6.00 4.60 20.20 9.00 4.60 2.40 2.80 3.40 4.40 2.60 5.80 Sizemore, an lnfielder, batted .306 this year In 96 games, but he missed several games with a pulled thigh muscle suffered in the spring and a sprained wrist late in the season. Stinson is a switch - hitting catcher. He batted .298 for the Dodgers' Spokane club in the Pacific Coast League the past season. He played in four games with the Dodgers. Allen was rookie-of-the-year in 1964' with the Philadelphia Phillies. Both he and Sizemore ended up the 1970 season on the sidelines Allen with a pulled hamstring muscle -suffered Aug. 14 and Sizemore with his injured wrist. Allen's last start was Sept. 8 In Philadelphia when he bit a home run. The slugger ran into a series of controversies with the Phillies who traded him to the Cardinals after the 1969 season. At St. Louis, he batted .279 with 34 home runs and 101 runs batted- in. The Dodgers in recent years had not had a batter with 100 RBI until this season when Wes Parker batted m 111. The Dodgers hit only 87 home runs as a team during tne past season lowest In the major leagues. The only other major league team with less than 100 was Kansas City with 97. Allen, who broke into major league baseball as a third baseman, played mainly at lirst base for the Cardinals. With the Dodgers, Campanis said, "Allen can play first base, third base and the outfield. Where he will play for the Dodgers will be decided during spring training. He adds that long sought big bat to the middle of the Dodgers' lineup." In six of the past seven years the Dodgers have hit less than 100 home runs. In St. Louis, Cardinal general manager Bing Devine said he conferred with Allen Monday morning. "He and I talked this morning, and I told him lie did everything we had expected of him," Devine said. tr- WE SERVICE ALI. FORD PRODUCTS AT 14TH & M 475-1071 , GALYS POLIE) 1 Alley Action . mwi 7 Bamas. 608 Serlet At Hollywood Del Frye, 236. Dick Dttrcnn. All. f At Plata Ron Holfcrew. 234-!l; Dick Deer, 330. ai Bowt-Mw John Andrews, 232. At Parkway Gene Lehr, 234602; Ernie Knufh, 245-613. Ladles 204 Games, 32S Series At Hollywood Marilyn Bermaas, 204; Jean Coleman',- 222538; Sally Blorklund, 207; Cathy Jaekger, 219 75; Bert Meyers, 528; Kathy Dinges, 212; 01 lie Herton. 531. At Plata Donna Koic. 525; Maxine Laird, 2c3; Nell Douglas, 244564! Marie Van Horn, 516; Cleo Williams, soa. - . At Parkway Alfrleda Meyer, "2I8i Wanda Hartsing, 201; MilHred Rowley 209;, Carolyn Foss, 525. . I ' Senior Men's 208 Oamet, 515 Series At Hollywood Lee Sevier, 214-553; Rome Ben, 202532; cnaries Tyrol! 2C5-557; Roy Mills, 201-546. 5-Sealer Ladies ITS Oamet 500 Serifs At Hollywood Evelyn Creek, 492. 1 .333 1 1.000 1 .500 45 .662 7 .636 55 .647 7 14 17 630 49 727 S31 Opp Tot t6 47 .m TOTAL OFFENSE No. Yds. Ave. Carstens 1 1 7.0 Hughes 4 3 .s Jones 7 -5 Kinney 51 231 4.5 Olds 2 10 5.0 Orduna 63 358 5.7 Sodoers 14 1C8 6.7 Schnt sa 72 98 4.5 Taooe 97 671 6.5 Vactor 13 33 2.5 Brownson ns 0 5.0 Tata 194 1604 s.s Opp Tot 17 1004 3.6 PASS RECEIVTNv No. Yds. TD Carstens 1 7 Hughes l n Kinney 6 59 Olds 1 19 Orduna 4 32 Rodoers 11 276 Schneiss 6 39 Cox 5 35 Ingles 13 111 List 5 61 Totet JJ 727 8 Opp Tot 47 131 1 8 PUNTING Na. Yds. Ave. Huohes 16 569 35.- Total 16 569 35.4 OPP Tat 27 1869 39.4 PUNT RETURNS Na. Yds. Ave. Monsiein i 4 Ingles 2 26 11.0 Kosch 1 .2 .2.0 Rodoers a 117 14.6 TOTei li 145 12.1 0P Ta 3 28 6.7 KIEKUPP RETURNS Na. Yd!. Av Hughes I 3D jo.O Koooers a 171 31 5 larvtns i Total 8 144 30.8 Opp Tot J2 2J8 21.7 PASS INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds. TD itoscn 1 41 Blahak t 21 Hauge i 26 Morock 1 j Opp Tot 4 44 SCORING TD Kick Other PO Sfty Tot ingles 3 .. 1-1 .. .. 50 Kinney 2 12 orduna 4 n Rodoers J jo Rogers 16V14 2-0 .. 16 Taooe 2 12 Cox 1 6 Total 17 14-14 1-1 2-8 ..120 Opp Tot 5 5-5 .. 4-2 I 43 SCORINO BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th tot Nebr 35 43 21 14 120 Ooo ... 10 12 7 14 43 Season Record 34 Wake Forest 12 21 So. Cal 21 Armv 0 35 Minnesota 10 Atokad Entries Tuesday's Entries POST TIME 2:3 P.M. stint rata, nurse 8900, 3-year-olds, maiden allowance, 1 mile and 78 yards. Count Jim Tonga music iiv's Rose Towns town Legal Lark Dressing Wing Miss Pertect Pay Wakecofl Toots Boy Frilie Lynn Also: Ramblln Bush, Belle's Corker, Erdas On and On, Grace Blue. Second race, purse 8900, 3-year-olds claiming 35,000, 5Vi ijirlongs. Irish Nova wisner cupper Gltted Lark Palona Bay Rusty Gray Anne B. var Divines Vindicator Sabedrengen Alsoi Champagne Jo, Happy gnd Fast, Mr. L.S., Stewardess Tommle. v. Third race, purse S900, 4-year-olds and up, Nebraska bred, claiming SUM, luriongs. Little Blue Lady Ott's Izzy lucky skip Rancher jack Rolling Zeke Sour Note Jr. Miss Lea Kern Jelf H. A. Fourth race, purse 1900, Nebraska brad 4-year-olds and up, claiming 81,600, 4 furlongs. Hidden Page El Shaddl Hlplock Holt County County Fleet Mike Sun and Sand Plain Bess Filth race, purse 8900. 4-vear.alds and up. claiming 81408, 4 luriongs. Kentucky Brotner Lonesome Eddie Rator Marble Royal Rule Haydns Secret Dowd Mvovosev rnlnnul A CM Sguad Tactics Also: Mr. Bill Dale. Sacemuo. Chuck's Will, Dakota Pilot. Sixth race, purse 81.000, 4-veaulds and up, claiming 62,008, 5'A luriongs. Ameer unaness Dee's college Girl Mrs. Jack Atomic George Open Flight Magic Missile Cabin Abbey seventh race, purse 3908. 4-ver-old and up, claiming $240, $V furlongs. College Truckle Stick Shift oaring Ballad Bing Boom Boot Nose Bold Rage King Velvet Grand Cash Alsoi Bold Purple. Elgth race, purse 890. four and flv year-olds, claiming 81400, 1 mile and 7 yams. Prince Samaural Freedom Leave Quick Doc Valley's Girl Davey Dunlt Cheryl Cole All The Same Cell Me Nat Sum One's Pride Tassa Hoot Also: Kay Toes. East Netters Collect Win Lincoln East won all but one doubles match Monday to -defeat Lincoln High, 4-1, in a dual tennis meet at the East High courts. East 4, Lincoln High 1 SINGLES Doug McLesse. E., def. Dale Niebuhr, 104; Marty Ward, E, del. Brian Rugg, 10-8; Tim Sheahan, E, def. Mark Orr, 10-3. DOUBLES Nlebuhr-Dave Wacker, LHS, def. Mc-Lesse-Ward. 10-8; Craig Pohlman-John Crancer, E, def. Orr-Klaus Anderson, 104. Cornhusker Kennel Club Show Results At Oskaloosa, Iowa Ch. Rowann's Thumper, a pug. Best oi Breed. Toy Group 3rd, owned by Bob and Ann White. Warak's Black Diablo, a pug, Winners Dog and Best ol Winners, owned by Bob and Ann White. Hedlund's John Henry, a pug. Reserve Winners Dog, owned by Bob and Ann White. Hunting Clock SUNRISE-SUNSET SCHEDULE The following applies to any point In Nebraska that Is due north or due south of each of the cities and towns'. For each 13 miles west of any designated city, add one minute. For each 13 miles tast, subtract one minute. All times listed arc Central Daylight Time, except for Seottsbtuff, which Is on Mountain Daylight Time. Shooting hours are one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour alter sunset for big-game, one-half hour before sunrise to sunset for small game, and sunrise to sunstt for the special teal season. Central Central Mountain Central Central Central Grand North Central Scottsv Omalwj Lincoln Norfolk Island Platte Valentin bluff Sun- Sunrise set Sun- Sunrise set Sun- Sunrise set Sun- Sun rite set Sun- Sunrise set Sun- Sunrise sat Sun- Sunrise tat Husker Soccer Team Ties Buffaloes, 2-2 The - University of Nebraska soccer team tied the University of, Colorado 2-2 Monday after noon at the NU football practice item behind Memorial stadium. Eric Davies,' center half, and Dave Wishart, right half, slipped through the Buffaloe defenders to snare the goals for NU. Colorado, last year's Big Eight champion, was unbeaten or untied prior to the game. The Huskers will host Kansas State at 2 p.m. Sunday for their second game in conference CI I'.'JI.'I Ml.' I i TiMday. tkrtifh Satarday ind Monday, Oct 2Stft Anlw: I idiai Ba wfiiuradit. nv races CUSS IICI88f I '!TwTi)V .raadetafJ I ' U isf-JT f ...t.d chilly I CCDT AAT "lT"-!, weather. Stitk I OLll. VAfl. 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