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Friday, October 9, 1970 The Lincoln SUr 31 SPORT SIGMLS I' 4 AAurtaugh Given All-American Mention MIZZOU'S MOORE, JACKSON CITED; NU'S NEWTON IGNORED 4 Tftr By Hal Brown Sports Editor, Tie Star Reggie Shoemake, both of Iowa State. And split end Hermann Eben Oklahoma State, quarterback Lynn Dickey of Kansas State, running back John Riggins of Kansas and linebacker Jerry Murtaugh of Nebraska. Other nominations will be Kansas City UP) The District 5AJ1-American Selection Board took a long, hard look Thursday at performances of all area players in games played so far and nominated 11 players for consideration for the Ail-American team that will be selected early in December. Missouri tailback Joe Moore and Colorado defensive end Herb Orvis got the biggest support from the four-member selection board. The other players nominated are offensive tackle Larron Jackson and defensive tackle Rocky Wallace, both of Missouri; offensive center Don Popplewell of Colorado; safety Tony Washington and kicker made as the season progresses.

The selection board includes Bob Hentzen, sports editor of the Topeka Capital-Journal, Topeka, Bill Connors, sports editor of the Tulsa, Okla. World; Mahlon Aldridge, general manager of radio station KFRU, Columbia, and Leighton Housh, JERRY MURTAUGH WAY sports editor of the Register and Tribune, Des Moines, Iowa. Area nominations for the Little All-American team are made by John Egan, sports editor of the Argus-Leader, Sioux Falls, S.D. Connors saw Moore play In last Saturday's 40-20 Missouri victory over Oklahoma State and described the Tiger star as "easily the outstanding Big Eight player I've seen this season. He looked almost as quick as he did strong in the harvest against Oklahoma State -if that is possible.

"On the basis of what he showed Saturday, I would rate him on the same level with Steve Owens (Oklahoma's Heisman Trophy winner of 1969) with this qualification: They are equal in strength. Moore is faster. Owens was more durable. I believe. I can't imagine a finger or a toe putting Owens out of a game.

Nevertheless, Moore is a bonafide All- A Humm Qets Quarterback Call For Huskers backfleld by Lincoln Northeast's Maury Damkroger Frala, who sent his current club against Tiger varsity redshirts in a 14-14 standoff last week, says his team "looks better than last year's squad. Our at fullback, Don Westbrook of on this year, however, is the generosity shown by the Tigers a year ago. The Cornhusker yearlings turned three Missouri fumbles into touchdowns for a 21-0 lead in the first 12 minutes freshman game. The 2:30 p.m. contest is season opener for each team and coaches Jim Ross of Nebraska and Bob Frala of Missouri are cautiously op Cheyenne, at I-back and Would you believe that there are still plenty of tickets available for the Nebraska-Missouri game? Not for the big show Saturday, certainly, but there is absolutely no ticket problem, for Friday's Nebraska-Missouri Glen Carson of Fullerton, defense really looked good.

at wingback. Davis will be joined by Col- of play and coasted to a 42-19 They gave up only one long timistic. gainer and showed they were One thing Ross isn't counting win. oradoan Rich Sanger at American." ready for Nebraska." Housh used the word "magnificant" to describe fullback, Sidney's Mike O'Holleran at I-back and either Randy Borg of Alliance or Mike Shea of Lincoln High at wingback. Probable Starters Murtaugh' play in Ross claims he doesn't have a running back as nifty as Johnny Rodgers, who scored twice against the Missouri frosh last year.

He does see quality at quarterback, however, with David Humm Sports Menu Nebraska's 35-10 conquest of Mfhnesota, "Orvis is terrific. Washington, whose pass in terception helped beat Utah, is 1 Vk OFFENSE Missouri Friday called by Iowa State coach John Majors one of the best he has ever seen. Moore is a ana jerry uavis. Nebraska Again, Ross will play the ft freshmen on both offense and Henrictu (215) Zanrosso (225) defense. ciass 2i5 "I don't know exactly how frfj" we'll substitute, but we may do Humm usoi it by quarters," he says.

cinch for the pros." Kelsey (222) Hrodey (235) Levlck (200) See (214) Cartwright (210) Stephens (245) Muse (195) Johndrow (180) Berry (175) Carruthers (170) Mulkey (205) HORSE RACINO Atokad South Sioux City. 2 p.m. FOOTBALL Lincoln High Schools: Lincoln Northeast vs. Lincoln High, Sea-creast Field, 7:30 p.m.; Lincoln East at Beatrice, I p.m.; Omaha Holy Name at Plus 7:30 p.m.; State Colleges: Fair-bury Junior College at Wentworth Military Achademy; Big Eight: Missouri at Nebraska Freshmen, Memorial Stadium, 2:30 p.m. OB HB HB "Right nOW We have tWO Damkroger (210) FB DEFENSI Saturday fairly equal groups.

We haven't tried to put all our best of- McKimey 2 fensive or defensive players on one team," he say. Lynch (2so) Humm, the highly-sought Las Ozanna (210) In nominating Shoemake, Housh pointed out that the sophomore kicker bagged three field goals in the 16-13 win over Utah and that the little 150-pounder got four field goals in the New Mexico game. Shoemake has eight field goals to -his credit and is a big reason for Iowa State's 3-0 record. One of the Utah LB LB Miller (207) Vanarsdall (223) Orsl (200) Thelss (210) Henry (210) Schrelber (205) Pickens (200) Keeney (195) Rogers (175) Jones (178) Gregory (190) Vegas, product, will get Pate (190) Starkebaum (115) HB Borg (180) HB DeNell (185) the call with the first offensive unit. He'U be joined in the kicks was for 49 yards.

Astroturf A Factor Not only Is Dan Devlne one of the top football coaches in the country, but the Missouri mentor may also rank as one of the best long-range weather forecasters. When Devlne was asked six weeks ago on the annual Big Eight Skywriters Tour what effect he thought artificial turfg would have on the outcome of football games this fail, he used this week's Nebraska-Missouri game as a possible example. "I don't think the actual playing of a game on artificial turf will have any bearing on the outcome," he pointed out, "But I think it could be a big factor in preparing for a game. "Suppose that the week we play Nebraska, the weather is bad both in Lincoln and in Columbia. Nebraska has an artificial turf and will be able to work outside even in bad weather.

"We don't and thus would have to prepare to play Nebraska Indoors. This couidd be a factor." And that possible example cited six weeks ago has become a reality this week. It could prove advantageous for Nebraska. Last week this corner hit on 41 of 56 selections for a percentage of .732, boosting the season mark to 146-58-4 for .712. This week: Tfit Big Eight NEBRASKA 28, Missouri 23 Both teams have good defenses and both have great offenses, but the Huskers do more things well.

TEXAS 30, Oklahoma 21 Longhorn coach Darrell Royal claims the Sooners are every bit as good as UCLA was. He'd better hope he's wrong. KANSAS STATE 41, Kansas 21 With coaches Vince Gibson of Kansas State and Pepper Rodgers of Kansas apparently turning each other in for recruiting violations which resulted in probation for both schools, this one could be war in what might be billed as The Tattle Tale Bowl or Cheater's Bowl since neither can go to a regular bowl game. OKLAHOMA STATE 24, Texas Christian 14 Tony Pounds and Herman Eben put down another team from south of their border. COLORADO 28, Iowa State 10 just because the Buffs lost that one-pointer last week, don't count them out of the Big Eight race.

The Top Ten OHIO STATE 35, Michigan State 7 There's nobody in the Big Ten that can test the Buckeyes. NOTRE DAME 47, Army 0 The Fighting Irish have their eye on No. 1 and Ara knows that big victory margins is one way to get there. SOUTHERN CAL 35, Stanford 21 The Indians were looking past Purdue to this one, but little good that did them last week and little good it will do them this week. MISSISSIPPI 34, Georgia 7 You could see a bad season coming for Georgia in last year's Sun Bowl.

MICHIGAN 22, Purdue 21 This is a key Big Ten battle to help decide who's going to finish second to Ohio State. AIR FORCE 31, Tulane 14 We doubt that the Air Force deserves to be so high in the ratings, but they don't play anyone for awhile who can dispute the point. AUBURN 37, Ciemson 13 Auburn coach Shug Jordan says just wait until his team puts it all together. They'll only need part of it to defeat Ciemson. ARKANSAS 4l, Baylor 0 The Razorbacks are going to prove that it might be better to lose one at the first of the year than at the end of it, and they might lose one both places, but not in theTniddle.

The East PENN STATE over Boston College BUFFALO over Vjllanova HARVARD over Columbia PENN over Cornell DARTMOUTH over Princeton COLGATE over Holy Cross RUTGERS over Lehigh MASSACHUSETTS over Boston U. PITTSBURGH over Navy MARYLAND over Syracuse WEST VIRGINIA over Duke YALE over Brown. The South ALABAMA over Vanderbilt FLORIDA over Florida State TENNESSEE over Georgia Tech KENTUCKY over Utah State LSU over Pacific TULSA over Louisville MIAMI, OHIO over Marshall HOUSTON over Mississippi State NORTH CAROLINA over South Carolina NORTH CAROLINA STATE over East Carolina VIRGINIA over Virginia Military WAKE FOREST over Virginia Tech THE CITADEL over William Mary. The Midwest XAVIER over Cincinnati WISCONSIN over Iowa MINNESOTA over Indiana NORTHWESTERN over Illinois DAYTON over Ohio U. TOLEDO over Bowling Green WESTERN MICHIGAN over Kent State.

The Southwest TEXAS over Texas Tech. The Far West ARIZONA over Brigham Young ARIZONA STATE over Washington State COLORADO STATE over Wyoming NEW MEXICO over San Jose State OREGON STATE over Utah SAN DIEGO STATE over Southern Mississippi UCLA over pregon WASHINGTON over California. FOOTBALL Big Eight: Missouri at Nebraska, Memorial Stadium, 1:30 p.m.; Kansas at Kansas State; Oklahoma vs. Texas at Dallas; Iowa State at Colorado; Texas Christian at Oklahoma State; Lincoln High Schools: Grand Island at Lincoln Southeast, Seacrest Field, 7:30 p.m.; State Colleges: Nebraska Wesleyan at Huron, S.O.i UNO at Colorado State College; Missouri Western at Peru; Midland at Doane; Wayne at Chadron; Hastings at Black Hills; Kearney at Moor-head, Minn. State; Conco'dla at Dana; Northern, S.

at Hiram Scott; Cof-teyvllle JC at McCook JC. HOCKEY Omaha Knights vs. Kansas City, Pershing Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. CROSS COUNTRY Missouri, Colorado State at Nebraska, Pioneers Park, 10 a.m. HORSE RACINO Atokad, South Sioux City, 2 p.m.

Sunday NU Coach Thinks Huskers Are Ready Hentzen was extremely im-pressed with the consistency of Riggins, who leads the Big Eight in scoring with 42 points. "And Orvis is a heck of a football player," Hentzen said. Aldridge said that Moore "continued to play like an All-American" last week and "Jackson consistently opened holes for Moore all afternoon." "Herman Eben," said Aldridge, "has good moves, great hands, good speed, the best I've seen this season." comes up concerning AstroTurf Nothing scheduled. By HAL BROWN Star Sports Editor Nebraska wound up prepara whether it should be covered or not and Devaney said no one seems to know, the answer ot KNIGHTS HERE SATURDAY tions Thursday except for a that. brief session this afternoon for East Defeats Columbus, Gl "Maybe it should be covered Saturday's clash with Missouri and NU head coach Bob after the freshman came." he Devaney figured his Huskers allowed, "But no one seems to Peter McDuffe, a returnee from last season, will be in the nets for the Omaha Knights when they meet the Kansas City Blues in a hockey exhibition at 8 p.m.

Saturday night at Pershing Auditorium. Last season, McDuffe allowed less than three goals per game average and came up with two shutouts for the Knights. Grand Island The Lincoln were ready to play. know whether that's the thing to do or not." "We'd better get real ready," he said, "They've beaten us enough lately." He was refer East gymnastics team ran its dual mark to 4-1 by taking meets from Grand Island, 111.95-107.35 and Columbus, 111.95-92.65, here However, Devaney pointed out that even though it has been left ring to three straight losses suf -HUSKERS PASSING LEADERS- uncovered, it has drained fered at the hands of the Tigers. Thursday.

East 111.95, GI 107.35 "I think this team wants to Floor Exercise 1. Yost, Gl; 2. play well," Devaney added. "They're about as enthusiastic Owen, East; 3. Wood, 6.1.

Parallel Bars 1. Owen, East; 2. Dall-mann. East; 3. Baldwin, Gl.

Still Rings 1. Dallmann, East; 2. Aiiuiv. a. Brvan.

East. rapidly. Another question regards the kind of shoes that should be worn if the turf is wet. "We have three kinds of shoes," he points out. "And most of the players seem to as any team since we've been uicxey, DOinerea Dy oruised ribs that slowed him down in two games and kept him out of one, is healthy again and guided Kansaas State to a 21-20 upset over Colorado last week.

Dickey needs only two more touchdown passes to break the Big Eight career record in that department held by the late Paul Christman of Missouri. He now has 24. When he gets the other two, he will own all of the Big Eight passing records. Opposing coaches and nln.l.M I. a a 1L1 here.

It's just a question now of prefer a sole that is similar to mountain-climbing shoes when it's wet." getting the job done Saturday. "I have an idea that they'll be ready to play," he concluded. Thursday was a day when it might have paid to be a lineman rather than one of the more-publicized backs or pass receivers since the linemen and the entire defensive unit got to spend their practice time Inside while the backs and ends had to do some of their work in the cold, wet weather. Again Devaney was thankful Trampoline 1. Lincoln, East; 2.

Blnger, East; 3. Manard, Gl. Side Horse 1. Dreier, Gl; 2. Buckner, East; 3.

Stlenkruger, East. High Bar 1. Wood, Gl; 2. Dallmann, East; 3. Mason, Gl.

Tumbling 1. Lincoln, East; 2. Yost, Gl; 3. Menagh, East. East 111.95, Columbus 92.G5 Floor Exercise 1.

Folsom, 2. Owen, East; 3. Lincoln, East. PARALLEL BARS -1. Owen, East; 2.

Dallmann, East; 3. Keating, Col. Still Rings 1. Dallmann, East; 2. Dallmann, East; 3.

Keating, Col. Still Rings 1. Dallmann, last; 2. Bryan, East; 3. Hurt, Col.

Trampoline 1. Lincoln, East; 2. Binqer, East; 3. Porter, Col. Side Horse 1.

Hurt, 2. Olson, 3. Buckner, East. High Bar 1. Dallmann, East; 2.

Hurt, 3. Cessna, East. Tumbling 1. Folsom, 2. Lincoln, East; 3.

Menagh, East. FEATURE RACES At Bay Meadows Sweet Moment 1.40 4.20 3.00 SnaD Hance 5.00 3.80 OJTCt9 UttVC agiccu IUUI Popplewell is the best college center in America. District 5 includes Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and North and South Dakota. NU, ISU Maintain Leads On Defense Kansas City, Mo. That Iowa State and Nebraska lock on team statistical leads in the Big Eight Conference has finally been broken with Missouri and Kansas taking over three offensive top spots.

The Cyclones and Cornhuskers, however, kept their stranglehold on the defensive side of the ledger, but big adjustments could come this weekend with three Big Eight tests slated. Joe Moore celebrated the best day of his career, running for 186 yards, while Missouri rang up 427 rushing lengths. Two other Tiger backs, James Harrison (120) and Mike Farmer (101), broke the 100-yard plateau against Oklahoma State. This let the Missourians move to the top in rushing offense, showing a 277.3 average and a 407.3 total-offense mark. Kansas, riding another big running and scoring day by John Riggins and the accurate touchdown throwing of Dan Heck, bumped its scoring average to 32 points after the 49-point burst against New Mexico.

Nebraska, though, was able to hang onto its passing-offense top spot (181.8) and now maintains the second-best total-offense reading, a 401.0 average. The Huskers continue to throw the ball at a record-breaking proficiency rate, The Jerry Tagge-led Nebraskans have been successful almost 65 per cent of the time they have gone overland for yards. For the Husker Black Shirts the pride in their tradition continues with the best in rushing defense (118.3) and total defense (251.1). However, this weekend it is Missouri in their for the AstroTurf which makes it possible to work outside despite the weather and the passing game is one area that is If the natural sod practice fields are too muddy for practice today, Devaney said his Huskers would hold their brief workout in the fieldhouse since the frosh will be playing Missouri in the stadium this afternoon. No Fence-Climbing Parents of youthful Nebraska football fans were urged Thursday to keep young people from climbing the fences around Memorial Stadium to gain entrance to Nebraska football games.

"We recognize the need to call this matter to the attention of parents since a number of Individuals are given first aid at each game as a result of cuts sustained while climbing fences," said Ronald Wright, assistant director of business and finance. difficult to work on in the cramped quarters of the fieldhouse. The Husker coach said if the rains quit Thursday night as it Ace of Speed 4.00 At Rockingham Park Thoroughfare 10.00 4.80 3.80 Big Swinger 3.40 2.80 Cornada 3.40 At Santa Anita June Darling 3.00 2.40 2.40 Sapose Speed 4.00 3.20 Cakes and Ale 4.40 was supposed to and if there is no further moisture, the field would be in excellent condition for the 1:30 kickoff Saturday. "It wasn't even very wet out there today," he pointed out, "Even though it was raining." One of the questions that Ailing Missouri Horse Making His Comeback GUY INGLES Big Eight opener. Thus the league's leader in running and total offense meets the pacesetter in running and total defense.

The Cyclones still lead in pass defense (104 average), building their margin over last week by snipping the vaunted Utah aerial attack at 73 yards. The Iowang are allowing just over a touchdown a game (7.3 points) to hold a three-point edge over Nebraska. Iowa State also jumped to second in total defense (274.3) while recording its third straight win, which is the first time since 1961 it has piled up three in a row. Defying Odds Nothing New To Ml Split End Offense Defense Rushing Defense Att. Yds.

Avo. INGLES OVERLOOKS HIS SIZE Rushing Offense Att. Yds. Avg AALuuirl 4 22 1109 277.3 Nebraska 4 179 473 118.3 Missouri 4 174 500 125.0 Colorado 3 10 706 235.3 Oklahoma 3 125 384 128.0 Kansas Iowa StatS) 3 159 687 229.0 Stohnska 4 209 877 219.3 Kansas state 4 222 14 153.5 Iowa Stat 1 1S4 mi 170.1 Colorado a lift itf lu a Oklahoma 3 153 411 203.7 Oklahoma State 4 202 955 238.1 Oklahoma Statt 4 uz wi ij Kansas 4 228 1090 272.5 Passing Defense Comp. Alt.

Int. Pet. Yds. Avg. Iowa State Jl 7 .388 vi lrun Okla.

State 37 8a 9 .430 460 115.0 and faster than before I hurt the leg," Harrison relates. Someone ought to tell Nebraska they don't shoot lame horses anymore. They save them for next year. Last season Havrison played against the Cornhuskers in one of his three appearances of the year. He netted a total of eight yards.

But Harrison can't wait to hit the turf this Saturday in Lincoln's Memorial Stadium which gave him his biggest thrill in 1968 when he scored both touchdowns leading to a 1644 Mizzou victory. So far Big Jim's ball carrying duties have been nominal even against the Cowboys' Joe Moore gained a career high of 188 yards but bis unsung blocking heroics have paid the Tigers even higher dividends. Moore has praised Harrison's blocks time and again after gaining 604 yards' in Missouri's first four games. A movie buff himself, Harrison commands his own following, at all Tiger' home games. After making a 30-yard gain on a pass reception from Mike Farmer against Minnesota, Harrison received a standing ovation when he was replaced in the Tiger huddle.

guess it must 'fascinate people that a person my size can be quick at the same time." Harrison says. "It really feels good, though." Columbia, Mo. "They Shoot Horses, Don't They?" A Cowboy fan borrowed the title of Jane Fonda's recent movie In his disgruntled reaction to James Harrison's 51-yard back-breaking gallop early In the fourth quarter against Oklahoma State last week. The 238-pound Missouri fullback gained 120 yards in 13 carries as the Tigers shot down the Cowpokes '40-20 at Stillwater. That single-game total was 35 yards more than the senior from San Antonio, gained all last year.

A pulled hamstring muscle placed "Big Jim" on the shelf for all but parts of three Big Eight contest last year. But a rehabilitation program prescribing daily weight training and running has put the Education major back in the Tiger stable. Harrison received the game ball for his most productive performance ever as a Tiger and Immediately visions of his sophomore year appeared. In 1968 Harrison led the Tigers in scoring with eight touchdowns, in. eluding three in one game against Iowa Harrison found paydirt only once against the Cowboys, but it served to give the "blockbuster added confidence in his healed leg.

He not only ran over the Cowpokes but ran around them, too. "I ran sprints all summer long and I Ililed weigLU every day, about 200 pound? with one leg. Now, I'm sure I'm quicker Kansas S'ate 4 lev 41 iim.q Passing Offense Coma. Att. Int.

Pet. Yds. Avg. Nebraska 55 85 4 .647 727 181.8 Kansas St. Si 132 10 .424 490 172 Okla.

St 50 90 4 456 443 160.8 Kansas 38 84 .452 621 155.3 Oklahoma 31 56 7 .564 395 131.7 Iowa St 31 71 3 .437 393 131.0 Missouri 37 105 7 .352 520 130.0 Colorado 34 ,78 4 .434 367 122.3 Total Offense 0 Att. Yds. Ava. Kansas St. 47 106 7 .443 520 130.0 Nebraska 47 94 5 AW 531 132.1 Kansas 82 6 .549 540 135.0 Colorado 41 13 A .495 as livo Oklahoma 45 93 .484 48t 162.7 something bad enough and work at it, youTt get it." Ingles definitely Is a player and has been since his sophomore year.

He's currently the fifth-leading pass catcher in the Big Eight with 13 catches for 188 yards and three touchdowns. An outstanding kiok returner his first two years, he has pretty much relinquished that chore to sophomore Johnny Rodgers. Like most small players who overcome the odds, Ingles is a likeable sort with a dynamic personality. Adding to his charm, the 21-year-old says, is prematurely gray hair. "Most of the girls like it," he laughs.

"They think it's Ingles is known as Guy The Fly or, sometimes, Chico, to his friends. Along with Rodgers and running back" Jeff Kinney, Ingles will be on the receiving end of quarterback Jerry Tagge's tosses: Saturday when the fVimhmVprn hnst nntnt Missouri 31 104 4 .365 679 169.8 Total Defense Aft. Yds. Avg. Nebraska 4 275 1004 251.1 By CHARLIE SMITH Kansas City, Mo.

(UPI) Guy Ingles defies the odds. The Nebraska split end has been doing it for some time. When he reported for freshman football at Omaha Westside High, he stood 54 and weighed 115 pounds. When, ho was a senior, he had grown to 140 pounds. "It's always been the sort of deal where I was little, but I could play," Ingles says.

"After I started, I just sort of overlooked it." A sensational running back in high school, Ingles is the kind that college coaches try to overlook. But he was just too good. Nebraska scouted him in a game when he scored four touchdowns against Omaha Tech, which was ranked No. 1 in the state at the time. Ingles hasn't grown much since his prep days.

Now a Cornhusker senior, he is 5-9 by 158. And that may be stretching. "It occurred to me that I might never play here," says Ingles. "But I am a firm believer ill the Old aajruig that "0u Want Iowa Stat 1 234 S23 274.3 '0ie 4 321 1134 283 Missouri 4 331 12 4074 Nebraska -V. 4 294 1604 401.0 Kansas 283 1547 386.8 Iowa Stat 3 230 1080 360.0 Colorado 3 238 1073 357.6 Oklahoma 3 209 1004 335.3 Oklahoma Stat 4 277 1174 293.6 Kansas St.

.4 292 1106 276.5 pwenoma 211 872 290.7 Missouri 4 280 1179 294.1 Colorado 3 32 3 Oklahoma State 4 288 1415 353.8 Kansas .4 310 1630 407.5 Scoring Defense Scoring Offense Pt. Ava Ptl. Avg 128 32.0 22 7.3 43 10.8 126 31.5 120 30.0 85 28.3 Iowa stats Nebraska Oklahoma Colorado Missouri Kansas Stat Kansas Missouri Neoraska Iowa Stat Colorado Oklahoma 41 13.7 43 14.3 69 17.3 71 17.1 4 MB 77 25.7 63 21 74 1 4 64 14.5 Oklahoma Stat 4 94 23 'Oklahoma Statt 4 lu LiuCCui. tv.

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