Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 12, 1967 · 29
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--" r T-1S- i Lincoln Sunday Journal and Star - Nov. 12. 1067 Hf. Most I .inpoln All-Citv jfrirl Picks Co uld Play Anywhere By RICK AKIN The cene: a police-type lineup. The objective: to decipher who belongs where on the 1967 Lincoln"' . Sunday Pournal and Star All-City Football Team. tThe never-smiling, monotone voiced detective asks the old-pro coach: "Do you see anybody up there, who looks like a back?'? ' 'Yeah, that guy second from the left (Lincoln ;High's Lonnie Tapp) and the one on the end (Pius X's Scott Dosek)." . "Now how about tackles?" "Easy. JJfo- 5 : t her e ("Lincoln High's Charles Moore) and that fella right next to him (Pius John Bonde)." " .- "You're wrong, coach . . . on all four." - . The' fact Is all members of the all-city team have such similar dimensions and similar talents. Several could play anywhere. Like those already mentioned. Tapp, 5-8, 180-pounder, last year was a Link back but scarcity in the line and overabundance in the back- Jield prompted coach Andy Loehr's moving him up front ; Dosek, coach Vince Aldrich says, , might have been a back, but was shifted to center last year and to -guard 4hiseason. Scott (5-1080 X was among the Bolts' most aggressive defensemen all season. ; The leader, however, was Bonde, . a fullback but who could have been inserted, as could Moore, in the - ' line for linebacking abilities shown . over the season. It's a pursuant team on defense, hard-charging on offense and dom-J, Inated by seniors. " . The only underclassman is preco-cious Northeasr fullback Maurice Damkroger, one of few sophomores to ever be sejectedTBut he made such a splh witft" Tiis bulllike running and blocking, most for-gothis age. He's designated an end iirthe all city lineup to make room for the unusual number of talented backs. Moore, for instance, gained 862 rushing yards for a 6.9 average'and scored 11 touchdowns. He stands alongside teammate Melvin Tarp-ley who accumulated 832 yards, a 7.5 average and 10 touchdowns. Moore also was high on . the Lincoln High defense charts with 64 tackles. Tarpley was the top pass receiver with four for 124 yards. Two were for touchdowns.' Tapp, the Links' Jeading tackier with 80rtackIeMarvin Jacquesand - center Glen Hergenrader provided the holes which opened the way for Lincoln High's 2,664 yards rushing and were also outstanding on defense. . Teaming with Moore and Tarpley in the backfield are Lee Gro-telueschen, Southeast's leading ground-gainer and scorer, and Bonde, hard-nosed both offensively and defensively. 7 T - Tackle Jim May, who transferred from Tulsa, Okla., this past year, ' heldEast's jopbombric, defense to-getheriitornering Jixpposing jun- ners for team leadership in tackles. Since the school just , opened this fall he is, of course, the first Spar, tan to be named all-city. Next to him at end is Pius John Hyland, who seemed to have . his best defensive games against Lincoln teams, He recorded 15 unassisted tackles in both the Lincoln - High and Northeast games. Prep Panorama oiuiiiiinitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiw By Rick ' Akin Li-ad - A few of an avalance of football season ending letters (some now coffee-stained) beginning with something I've been seeking all season sympathy. "Writes--Jerry ;Micek of Columbus: ' " - "I don't envy your position in rating the footbaH teams but . . ." Jerry's beef is Columbus Scotus' No. 3 rating in Class C despite a one-lost, one-tied record against several rated Class B teams, i Comment-Scotus lost, 33-12, to Omaha Cathedral, -thenn unrated,'lass 4J team. The margin 1n this jne. . makes the difference.. But Scotus and I have one thing In ..rnnimnn Rnth nf lis have a chance ftrr redemption. I al- wavs have another week and ScbtusTiaTitchanxe"at-T Cathedral again last Friday. NE,LHS Land 2 Harriers Is Shelby Best? Phil Towle, Bradshaw coach of seven years, compliments Shelbv with: "I feel that Shelby has the mose overall speed ahOesT"diversified-attackhat-we-have-ever-met . . . Shelby is more explosive eight-man team that v,e,.eveP..JS(R. ., , Based,-ori.4)asL..xprience.J..J.guDL. very much if there is a better ( eight-man i team m uw st&te if there is I'm very glad we didn't have them sched-uled-ha." ' Youth dominates the 1967 Lincoln Sunday Journal and Star AH-City cross country team. Two members are se niors, one's a junior and the other two promising sopho mores. . The "squad is led. by the only returnee Northeast's Senior7Eddie V oerrierrj who ledall city runners In the city, distriet-and- state meets. He finished 22nd In the state with his best time, a 10:16. The two next best perform ers, according to the season s results, are sophomores Den nis 0 Meara of Lincoln High and Ricky Gouchnour of Northeast; ' Meara .finished second and-HotichnourinHnthe city meet. Junior Andy Aiken of South east and Lincoln High senior Comment Coach, vou're more xperienced than I, - biit'avou-nalinagcT-urrenlly jated.A'oT.jlForl . . i rL.IL,, I the record 1 haven t euncr. .w nave i seen ohciu. Milford's outstanding lineman Bob Rediger has the -Chamber of Commerce's-supporUfor-all-state President Lorcn Davidson sends a letter, signetTTjy 48townsmen, reclaiming: "We. the below signing -citaens of Milford, AT eu.. Knowing mat we are not auuionues on ium think "that Roteert Rediger is one of the finest offensive and defensive linemen that Milford has ever had and certain-lnieserves your- consideration in the selection for the all-state Class C team." In an introductory penning, Davidson writes: "At no time before has Milford ever done this (petition) ,or felt that anjant Reserved recognition, at any other time any more than Bob Rediger does.'1 , - -: Comment What can I say? Young Kal er Kris Mortenson, 12-year old brother to Pawnee City assistant coach Kerm Mortenson, wonders why the Indians, are no higher than sixth in the Class C ratings. "I just tinnnened to notice Pawnee Citv romps (Comment Good THTTvflsTTt 43-0 etc. In the papers it sounds me tney nave a gooo. team ... I hope to see a change in next week's Journal." I'ommcnt-The team scoring the most and preventing (he least Is not alwavs the best. MyJiope is that coaches don't think that's the case. A couple of weeks ago I witnessed a coach call time-out with two minutes left and a four-touchdown lead, hoping to score another. What's the point in that? Kris, take a look at the best offensive and defensive ClassV tcainsrscoring-wisc, and compare them to the rat- . V f . Ill-Lt. lJ.J.'l ings. The figures (suppuca py uncom nign s siaiisutian 4 AttleTge nrader): Scoring l-Lincoui HighJl.! - 2 Bellcvuc . .. 30.8 3 Boys Town . 28.7 4 Fremont ... 28.5 ft-Scottsbluff . 25.3 R-McCnok 22.6 T-O. Tech 22.6 8-North Platte 22.3 O-O. North ... 20.0 10-C. Prep 19.8 Ratings , Bovs-Town.,8-6 2 Bcllovue ... 8-0-1 2-0. North ... 8-0-1 4 Fremont :...9-0 5- C. Prep ... 7-2 6O.Tech -6-3 7 Un. High... 7-1-1 8 Beatrice ... 8-1 9 Scqllsbluff . 9-0 10 Gr. Island . 7-2 Defense 1 Boys Town 2 Lincoln High 3 Fremont . . . t-Bellevue . . . 5- O. North ... 6- Gr. Island . 7- McCook .... 8- 0. Burke . . 9- C. Prep ... 10- North Platte 74-1 5-5 . 6.3 . 7.4 . 8.0 . 8.6 .10.7 .12.5 .12.5 .13.3 The variables vary. According to the figures, Lincoln High should be higher than Seventh. McCook is impressive on both offense and defense but isn't rated. As Link coach Andy Loehr punned: "If I had your job we'd be rated higher." Blair Garners League Title --Plattsmouth laitJialtifaced for p.m. - back Mike-Thompson -broke away for three long-yardage runs to bo4 Blair past JUattsmouth, 46-40, Saturday flight in the Ak-Sar-Ben Con- rencBChampionship -Flay-; Jff. : Thompson collected ramb 3ings of 35, 28 and 26 yards jsnd passed for - another TD "asBlair helOfTa last-quarter rally. Wair latUmnuUi ' 13 11 14 13 14 1J-W Moore, ; BUif Thominwi H). mm 35. R: RnniM 121. runs 3 and 47; Tim 2; Brummfr. 48 pass from Ttoma-on: Hanwn. PAT (4). PlaitsmoulhroitlihogWf IH W mi passes from Linderi Stmbd. a pass Jmm I HMtum. 19 DasS from Ija- pr: Linder O). runs 1 and i KUdarc. 5AT 4l. - 9Hip SPOUTS SLATE All events free unless followed Sunday !Cal. Hunting Sunrise 7:11; Sunset S:ll. . State " It-e Hociiey-Tulsa at Omafia7 Ak-Sar-Ben. 7. (3 SurrJay Mike Flury, another on sions, complete the squad. Palmer Crown Mexico City W) Palmer carved a par :.7k:5aturday tinued his individual World Cup Golf Tournament with a 54-hole total of 209. Palmer's seveh-under score for three trips around the Club de Golf. Mexico course left him three strokes ahead of the international, field, Arnoiq palmer si-?r71-So9 inueu auites United SUIet . - ' ' r . . . - , . .... - f JMz - &L l-i I fZJ . ..x-r; .: Uj If) i m V Tarpley ;" v' : Dosfek"----"'-'- " v ':-:r-' t J Lincoln High pi X V - Bonde May . ml 1 m? mmJi aim 5 High : jtfi!30L!b ' ''6rzTi inarivrn j occa.-l . f H LJ--LAJW : jf -t".. ' I r?- .. ?sr : ' : I . . --V;: L T?Gr3JSk lf 1 ' rrf I Jacques ACUl l?"1fef Lincoln High KZJ . . ' Hergenrader r T l Damkroger Lincoln High GrOtelUeSChCn Northeast , . who topped one gifferent Arnold one-under and -con drive toward the title in the 15th Fidel de l.uca Arsentiim David Jimenez '.. Puerto Rira Bob Charles New Zealand Antonio Cerda Mexico Malcolm GreKson England Hsleh Vone Vo A., Nations ist Ch na Ted Makalena -. -t. . : . r. Hawaii 73 7t-6(l 212 . 71-72-70213 72-72-69213 71-73-70214 74-72-69-213 71-71-73 21: 7S-7B-71 216 UCLA TJirashes Statistics First downs Rushinit yardase Passinc yardace Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Wash. UCLA S 21 34 S06 51) 294 177 121 4-15-3 15-24-1 11-43 (-34 2 2 21 35 FOOTBALL SCORES 16.. Saturday Los Angeles' (fl All-Ameri-candidate Bary Beban of UCLA fired three touchdown bombs and scored once himself as the Bruins, roaring on toward 'the Rose Bowl, handed Washington a 48-0 thrashing Saturday. It was the worst Washington defeat since 1957. Washington --- by ,- sll limes a.nvunless bold la im 7-4 dnisvhshyn kiclil Ik:la Jones 40 - ran (Anarusysnyn BcSr (Andruiyshyn (Andruiyshyn Notre Dame Football 10:30 a.m. (3, Bob Devaney Show 12 noon, 17-10-Ut. AFL Football Kansas City v. Oakland, 1 p.m. (3; Miami v. San Diego, 4 p.m. (it. NFL Football New York V. Chicago, J p.m."(10-lllrleve-" land v. Green Bay, 4 p.m. (6-10-11). . ' OPEN BOWLING ANYTIME Bowl-Mor Lanes 302 South 9th UCLA-Beban 24 run kirk) jT, I'CLA-Sarraft 1 ru wem UCLA Nuttall K pats from Beban (Andruiyshyn kirk l UCLA-Busby 42 pass (mm -Beban -Wrlr-failed . ; UCLA-Carratt I run (Andruiyshyn AUendancc SJ6 3Iustangs Beat Oklahoma City Oklahoma City tf Omaha defeated Oklahoma City 27-13 in an mterdivisional game in State Colleges Wayne 28, Midland 0 Poanc 49, Graceland 21 Colorado Mines 2(1, Chadron 12 Northwestern Oklahoma 21, Hiram Scott 7 William Jewell 6.1, Hasting 7 Kearney State 24. Northern St. of S U. 14 NU Frosh 36. McCook 28 Big Eight , ebraska-S. Oklahoma State 0 Oklahoma 52. Iowa State 14 Missouri 2n, Kansas St. 6 Colorado Kansas ( v Big Ten. Indiana W, ' Michigan Sta, 13 Ohio State 17. Wisconsin 15 Purdue 41, Minnesota 12 ' Michigan 21. Illinois 14 Northwestern 39, Iowa 24 Southeastern Alabama 7, LSI' 6 Tennessee 15, Tulane 14 Florida 17. Georgia tfi -Kentucky 12, Vanderoilt 7 Auburn 36. Mississippi State 0 Atlantic Coast Duke 35, Navy 16 Clemson 28. Maryland 7 Virginia 40. North Carolina 17. Southwestern Texas Christian 16. Texas Tech 0 Arkansas 23. Rice V Texas 24. Baylor 0 Western Army 22. I tah 0 Wyoming 42. New Mexico 6 Brigharn Young 17. Arizona 14 Pacific Coast Oregon State 3. Southern Cat I'Cl.A 48- Washington 0 Stanford 17, Oregon 14 Washington Stale 52, Idaho 14 . Major Independents Notre Dame 38. PiltsburglUr - " Houston 35. Memphis St. 18 West Virginia 16 (tie) William and Mary South -A- the Professional Footba 1 1 Leagueof America Saturday night. It was Omaha's seventh victory against four defeats. Oklahoma City Is 4-6-1. . Dartmouth 13, Brown 14. Cornell 14(tie) Vale 44, Pennsylvania 22 Princeton 45, Harvard 6 Colgate 38. Bucknell 0 Syracusfll Holy Cross 7 Vermont 21, Middlebury 7 Rhode Island 34. Maine 12 Virginia Military 2'. Boston College 13 nensseiaer u, nortan 24 TrrrknrT7trEetonr-(r- t- Central Conn. 27, Coast Guard 0 Williams 41, Weslevan 7 Norwich 34. Worcester 22 Wagner 20. Susquehanna 0 Bates 38, . Colby 14 Amherst 23. .Trinity 24 Albright 7. l;psa'a6 '- .- ' . Lafayette 3S, Kings PoBf T Fordham 33. Manhattan 7 Northeastern 22. Cortland State Clarion 26. Slippery Rock 22 Montrlair St. 14. Glassboro 0 Franklin tt Marshall 29, Muhlenberg 2t -inaiana!.. ra. sm, lock naven 14 Haverford 28, 1 ramus ? Geneva 30. Bridgewater 13 Western Kentucky 36, Butler 14 ' Alaliama A4M 21. Allen 14 West-Texas 37. East Carolina 13 Florida St. 38, Virginia Tech 15-Richmnnd 20. Citadel 3 Virginia Union 34. North Carolina College 22 Middle Tennessee 36. East Tennessee 26 - Eastern Kentucky 37, Youngstown 12 Wake Forest 31. Tulso 24 Midwest Western Michigan II. Xavier, Ohio 7 Murray 20, Kvansville 14 Olivet 29. Blufftofi 14 South Dakota 37. Drake 35 Illinois St. 30. Mankato 14 Valparaiso 21, Wheaton 7 Ka.strrn Illinois 211. Wayne St. 14 Parsons 24. Idaho St. 0 Lawrence 18, Monmouth 14 Aueustana 35. North Cenrtal 20 Northern Michigan 25. North Dakota ( Carthage 19. North Park 0 Southeast Missouri St. 20. Kirnsviin a Illinois Wesleyan 22. St. Joseph's 2 Ball St. 24. Southern Illinois I Lake Forest 7. Wilmington I Carleton 13, Knox 13 (tiei Kent Stale 41. Marshall 2 Grilinell 28. Co 13 Morningside 28, St. Cloud au West Texas (El Pasal 17, . Colorado State 0 New Mexico State 90, Northern Arizona o Arlington St. 16, Arkansas St. 14 Pacific 32, Fresno State 20 I tah State 20. Montana 14 New Mexico Highlands !( Colorado St. College 7 Fumbles Hurt Scott Statistics Hiram Sratt Korthwesteri "Itr Pro Basketball: 1 NBA Baltimore 134, Seattle 121 Cincinnati 109. San Diego lot New York 110. Boston 105 SL Leu 11 94. San Fraacitc 83 ABA Indiana 128. Dallas) 103 Pro Hockey NHL Bostoaj 2. Oakland I St. Louis 5, PilL.rmreh 1 Montreal 3. Chicaeo J llie) Minnesota 2, TomfiUi I Miaaceau X Toronto 1 . Boston L'. 21. Connecticet 12 Wilkes 37.: Lebanon Valley 7 Temple 45. Gettysburg 27 . falitornra. Pa. 49. Winbora ij Massachusetts 30, Rutgers 7 Johns Hopkins 52- Dickinson f New Hampshire 21. Snngfietd Delaware Valley 41. Shippenburg'40,. Peru suta 13, Lycominf Rmt-krjnrt 9 North Carolina Slate" I Devaney: Passing First downs Rushing yardage Passing) yardage ruljrs Fumbles Hist Yards penalized 2 25 167 --37.S' 1 41 Alva. Okla. - W North- western State-Colleie of Ok-lahoma turned two fumble recoveries into touchdowns and went on to defeat Hiram Scott of Nebraska 21-7 Saturday night: " : : : Hiram Scott got its touchdown on. a 17-yard pass from Ken Kinsey to Walt Krause in the second quarter. Okla . -. ,r TT .J-2lT Si Krause- 17 pass from Kiseny . imarsteiier mnti ikl Garrison J2 kickofl return (At- kiPsnn kicki Okl Collins 1 ran (Atkinson kick) Ukl w Carrunt 5 run (Atkinson kick) Spasmodic Continued from Page 1 tion from quarterback Frank Patrick was the only TD of the game and was his third touchdown of the season. "All-threeof them-have come on broken patterns," he explained. "On this one, I was supposed to break toward the sideline, but I saw I was covered that way, so I cut to the Inside, instead, and just kept mov-ing." Explaining the Huskers' decision to stay on the ground, Devaney said, "Our .passing w.as very spasmodic and erratic. There's n o t much sense in passing when you're throwing poorly. "In the second, half, we played it a little cozy because we would have been happy to win, 6-0." - The Husker coach gave creditto Patrick for his con-TinuecTSmprovenient forjudge ment and poise. . "He showed good judgment on the last play of the Xirsihalfbykeeping theball Who's No. l Notu? How Associated Press Top Ten Fared - 1. Southern Cal 8-lLJost to Oregon State. 3-41. 2. Tennessee (6-11, defeated Tulane. 33-14. f " 3. No. Carolina St. (8-1), lost to Penn State, 138. 4.1'CLA (7-0-UV defeated Washington48-tU 5. Purdue (7-1), defeated Minnesota. 41-12. 6. Indiana (8-0). defeated Michigan State. 14-11 . 7. Wyoming (9-0), defeated New Mexico, 42-6. 8. Oklahoma 6-1), defeated Iowa State, 52-14. 9.. Notre Dame (6-2). defeated Pittsburgh, 38-0. lOniousion (5-2), played Memphis State (night). when all the receivers were covered." Devaney mentioned.' "His poise is better in each ball game. He still has things to learnJiut he IslmprovlnS. ' For the second time this season, the Huskers went for yardage on a fourth and one-situation in thetr-owi territory and for the second itime failed to make it "It's always a gamble when you try to do that in 'yout own territory," Deyan-ey. explained "B u t, I. still ile in -f igtire-when y ou' ve-only- got that-f ar-to-go-t holding-his hands about one foot apart), you're supposed to make it whether it's on first down or fourth down." Summing up, Devaney mentioned. "O k 1 a h o m a State is a tough team. They're a 1 w a y s tough. We've got a n o t h e r tough one coming up at Missouri. They're i future foes) getting tougher" All-City Lineup Pus. Player School E-John Hyland, Pius X Damkroger, lit. Wt. Yr. .6-1 175.1! E MauriceT)amkroger, NorfHeast .....6-Z 185 T Marv Jacques, Lincoln High 6-1 188 12 T-Jim May, East ......6-0 180 12 Gr-Lonnie Tapp, Lincoln High 5-8 180 12 G-Scott Dosek, Pius X 5-10 180 12 C Glen Hergenrader, Lincoln High 5-11 180 12 B Charles Moore, Lincoln High ...6-r 18fi 12 B Lee Grotelueschen, Southeast 6-0 180 12 B-Mel Tarpley, Lincoln High 5-11 168 12 B-e-Jbhii i Bonde, Pius X . . ............ .6-1 185 12 Honor Roll East Rick Mertens, end; Bob McGinnis. tackle; Len Dickinson, guard; Bruce JVorthrop back; Craig Elliott, guard. Lincoln "High Gary Garrett, kick; Jim Ellis, end; Chuck Starkweather, end; Bob Terrio. tackle; Rick Sills, guard; Mike Shea, bacje. . Northeast Alan Campbell, back; Dan Cook, back; Phil Hood, guard; John Bulin, guard; Charles Steuben, guard; Paul Witherby, end. Pius X Dave Smith, back; Bill Rienlcn. back;, Stan Chesshir, tackle; Mike Schrepl. tafl;'" ; Gaien Karpisek, tackle. Southeast Tim Willits, back ; Tim Stew artN center ; Dick Beard, guard; Roger Nelson, tackle; Alan' Austin, end; Tom Flack; end. Jewell Smothers Statistics WJ HAST: First downs -. 17 S Rushing varriagsV 24 S Passrc33PTSl: "1 IDS RelurnSWJage 26 , S3 Passes li-.lt -0 i.J3-5 Punts i 3 7-37 Fumhles hist .7 Yards penaliJl 35 . 70 Memphis Bops Omaha Knights Memphis. Tehn. (jfl .The Memphis South Stars got two goalsln thersFlienodlinl oasted to. a-34 Central Hockey League victory bier Oma ha Saturday night. Hastings ..- William Jewell overpowered Hastings College Saturday night 63-7 to keep .its undefeated record in- tact. Ttie-tritttrrprravenged a ioss to the Nebraskans Friday night, with Memphis taking the lead midway in the first period on goalsby Ted Me. Omaha's John Travel came right-back with, a" goal, bur the Knights were shut out the The Missourians began sub stituting freely as earlv as the second quarter as eightTfCTniin(ler t the garner playerscoredhefcn i ire touchdowns." Theganie . was marred by 18 e x c h a n g e s through fumbles and pass interceptions. j r.J ronovost scored again fur late in the second Memphis period. 4 ViUliam- J4 Hastings . 4t it ll 3-. 7 9 J Jewl Tom Dunn 11 run, (Bos Meeker kick.) Jewi-Steve Lucas W run. .(Meeker kick) 4 Jew!- Kritiy Hutchinson 20 inlet-Cc tiled pass. (Meeker ktckl Jewl Terry Bashor 10 pass (rem Lucah. (Meeker kick i - Hast-Bno McAulifl 25 Intercepted pass, ien Congroie kuki Jewl Barry Sprtnkte 12 pass from Danny Brown, t Meeker kick! Jewl Sprinkle 29 pass from Bnma. (Meeker kicki Jewl Gary Tanev 14 pass from Rtck Kelte. (Meeker kirk) Jewl Sam Loomis 4 run. "(Meeker ktrkt '"" . Jcwi Jerry Postlewaiui t tun ''tMeck- kicki M ziEL RANCHQ-"SUPPER CLUB-6 miles West onOSt. I PRIME R.B 1 1.25 1 1 Won. High 5:30 o J Strt itie your fimirilr hct ctaili-n. KnlerWistmriil 4 i

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