Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 2, 1970 · 18
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Lim:uin Kveiiinu journal May ay If'lllll: 1 f Colorado couldn't halt Nebraska's unbeaten string Saturday, but the Buffs did end another notable streak when they held Cornhusker sophomore Johnny Rodgers scoreless. Rodgers had contributed a touchdown in each of the first seven Nebraska games in adding an explosive dimension to the Cornhusker attack. But Eddie Crowder's Colorado staff devised the most effective defense for Rodgers the Cornhuskers have run up against. The Buffs discouraged punt returns by use of shorter, higher boots and the Cornhuskers were forced to fair catch the ball on every reception. When Rodgers cut across the middle on what have been effective pass patterns he was surrounded by a lot of black jerseys. Johnny had nine opportunities to advance the ball and netted 60 yards, well under his average of about 15 yards per handling through the first seven games. But the Buffs' concern for neutralizing Rodgers became their downfall as Jeff Kinney hauled in a kickoff which was directed away from Johnny and returned it 79 yards to give the Cornhuskers a chance to blow the game open. Cornhusker Balance It served to reaffirm the conviction tiict the Cornhuskers have an exceptional arsenal of scoring weapons. Concentrate on stoppping one part of the game and the Cornhuskers have the adaptability to hurt you with something else. Nebraska struck quickly through the air as Van Brownson found Guy Ingles behind the Colorado defense for two first quarter touchdowns. Ingles, who provided a game-braking punt return in his first appearance in Boulder two years ago, added two more records to his collection Saturday. Guy now owns four Cornhusker receiving records: most pass receptions in career (70), most past reception yardage in one game (163), most pass reception yardage in one season (520), and most past reception yardage in career, (1,129). Colorado adjusted to Nebraska's deep passing game after that, however, and when the two late scoring opportunities they went to their ground game to salt away their seventh win. Can Match Modern Unbeaten String The Cornhuskers, heading for the "Ames Bowl" this weekend, carry an unbeaten string stretching over 15 games. They haven't lost since a 17-7 setback to Missouri at Columbia in the fourth game of the season last year. If they get past Iowa State the unbeaten string of 16 games will match the longest in the Devaney era. Nebraska won 16 in a row following a 13-17 loss to Air Force in 1963. The string was ended by season game in im. This season marks the fourth huskers have passed the eighth game without a loss. They did it in 1961, 1965 and 1966. The first time, Oklahoma ended a nine-game unbeaten streak and Arkansas added another loss in the Cotton Bowl. The Cornhuskers got through the regular season unbeaten in 1965, but fell to Alabama in the Orange Bowl. In 1966 Oklahoma again stopped a nine-game unbeaten string and Alabama tacked on a second loss in the Sugar Bowl. Striped Bass Biggest Biters At McConaughy Lake McConaughy's striped Knee havfl hppn making a bic splash on the Nebraska fishing em. nrovidinS the bulk Of the iinniAn Antrim Awards PlVP.n . rl'K. -TtS-C. recently Dy ine uame auu i cuiva r Commission. Most recent fishermen to win the citation include: Striped bass - Mont Samuelson, Lemoyne, 6 pounds. 13 ounces; 5 pounds, 14 ounces, and 5 pounds, 5 ounces; eien Daniels, Lemoyne, 6 pounds, 10 ounces; Eldon Hall, Lemoyne, 6 pounds, 2 ounces and 4 pounds, 6 ounces; Seeley Baker, Lemoyne, 5 pounds, 5 ounces and 4 pounds, 15 ounces; Joe Skinner, Lemoyne, 4 pounds, 6 ounces, and Mrs. George Peterson, Palisade, 2 pounds, 2 ounces, all from Lake McConaughy. Largemouth bass Ralph Ortli, Me-Cook, 5 pounds, 12 punces and 5 pounds, 9 ounces, both from Red Willow Reser-voir, and DeForest Jones, Primrose, 5 pounds, t ounces, sandpit In Boone County. . . , Rainbow Irout A. M. Alexander, Kimball, 5 pounds, 12 ounces and Monte Samuelson, Lemoyne, 5 pounds, 8 ounces, both from Lake McConaughy. Smallmouth bass Larry Benzlng, McCook, 3 pounds, 8 ounces, Red Willow Reservoir. , . Walleye Kurt Knehans, Red Cloud, 9 pounds, 8 ounces, Harlan County Reservoir. Kokanee salmon Monta Madsen, North Platte, 2 pounds, 14 ounces. Lake McConaughy. Brown trout Dennis Maianec, Hemingford, 5 pounds, 4 ounces, Box Butte Reservoir. Perch George Walz, Qulnter, Kan., 1 pound, 3 ounces, Lake McConaughy. Top 20 Results 1. Texas, 6-0, beat Southern Methodist 42-15. 2. Ohio State, 6-0, beat Northwestern 24-10. 3. Notre Dame, (-0, beat Navy 56-7. 4. Nebraska, 7-0-1, beat Colorado 29-13. 5. Michigan, 7-0, beat Wisconsin 29-15. 6. Stanford, 7-1, beat Oregon State 48-10. , 7. Air Force, 8-0, beat Arizona 23-20. t. Arkansas, 6-1, beat Texas A&M 45-6. 9. Tennessee, 6-1, beat Wake Forest 41-7. 10. Louisiana State, 5-1, did not play. 11. Arizona State, 6-0, did not play. 12. Auburn, 6-1, beat Florida 63-14. 13. Mississippi, 5-1. did not play. 14 San Diego State, 6-0, beat Fresno State 56-14. 15. Pittsburgh, 5-2, lost to Syracuse 43-13. 16. Oregon, 5-3, lost to Washington 25-23. 17. Missouri, 4-4, lost to Kansas State 17-13. 18. Southern California, 4-3-1, lost to i California 13-10. 19 UCLA, 5-J, beat Washington State 24-10. 20. Northwestern, 3-4, lost to Ohio State 44-10. TOP BOWLERS Men's 230 Games, 600 Series At Bowl Mor Carlos Barroyo, 244. At Tony's BUI Bice, 606. At Parkway Pat Healey, 616. Junior Boys' 200 Games, 525 Series At Northeast Greg Thurber, 563. At Parkway Mike Boles, 213. At Plaza Jack Talfee, 614; Bill Straub, 255-231-70). . . , Ladles' 200 Games, S25 Series At Northeast - Lee Tillinghast, 532; Dee Melion, 205-534. , At Parkway Shirley Gaylor, 208-206-563; Donna Andrew, 205-201547) Connie L'see, 214-49; llert Meyers, 209568. At Plaza Dorothy Fischer-, 202. Junior Boys' 200 Games, 525 Series Af Plan Jerry Dre er, 207529) Ted Peterson, 212; Bob Bookwalter, 202-537; Rick Lebo, 565. Junior Girls' 185 Games, 500 Series At F: Jia Lisa Foster, 186. fin Tuesday Cornhusker Highlights 6:30 p.m. (12). Bsling 7:30 p.m. (7). & Nebraska State Journal Be Wr oe wrong iiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiumiiiiiiii By Don Forsythe Impressive Cornhuskers were presented their Oklahoma in the final regular time in nine years the the Corn Slaiuliiiiis By The Associated Press American Conference East Division W L T Pet. PtS OPP Baltimore 6 1 0 .857 169 109 Miami 4 3 0 .571 107 133 .:::":.:::. V4 V'iV New York Jets 10 .143 127 147 170 167 Central Division Cleveland 4 3 0 . 571 169 157 Houston 2 DiticKiirih 0 4 1 .333 103146 Pittsburah 2 4 0 .333 71 91 Cincinnati 1 5 0 .167 93 156 West Division Oakland 3 2 2 .600 Denver 4 3 0 .571 Kansas City 3 3 1 .500 San Diego 2 3 2 .400 178 131 150 149 National Conference East Division W L T Pet. Pis Oop Dallas 5 2 0 .714 126 124 St LOUIS 5 2 O .714 New York Giants .4 3 0 .577 Washlnqton 4 3 0 .571 Philadelphia 0 7 0 .000 189 139 157 121 Central Division Minnesota 6 1 0 .857 184 56 Detroit 5 2 0 .714 190 '12 Green Bay 4 3 0 .571, 123 168 Chicago 3 4 0 .429 98 134 West Division San Francisco .... 5 1 1 .833 165 119 Los Angeles 5 2 0 .714 160 94 Atlanta 3 4 0 .429 115 124 New Orleans 1 5 1 .163 85 156 Sunday's Results Chicago 23, Atlanta 14 Buffalo 45, Boston 10 Minnesota 30, Detroit 17 NY Giants 22, NY Jets 10 San Diego 27, Cleveland 10 St. Louis 44. Houston 0 Baltimore 35, Miami 0 Dallas 21, Philadelphia 17 Los Angeles 30, New Orleans 17 Washington 19, Denver 3 Kansas City 17, Oakland 17 San Fran. 26, Green Bay 10 Monday's Game Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, night, national television Midget Football Class A Standings W L T Security Mutual 6.j.0 Elks 5-1-1 Executive Club 5-2-0 Fire Dept 4.2-1 Roberts 4.3-0 Leons 2-5-0 Lincoln Welders 144 Police Dept o-7-O Sunday's Results Lincoln Welders 12, Police Dept. 0 Welders 6 0 6 0-12 Police Dept. 0 0 0 00 Welders Wlsmer, 15 pass from Glenn; Bryant, 20 run. Security Mutual 20, Roberts 2 Security Mutual 6 0 8 6-20 Roberts 0 2 0 02 Security Mutual Large, 2 run; Bozarth, 70 punt return; Hassebrock, 1? pass from Hagger; PAT Dogget, run. Roberts Safety, Largt tackled by Riegert. Executive Club 24, Elks Executive Club 8 8 8 0-24 Elks .... 0 0 0 66 Execs. Turner, 13 run; Thlessen, 3 pass from Thompson; Breeden, 3 run; PAT Breeden (3), runs. Elks Stodgell, 49 pass from Cass. Flra Dept. 12, Leons 0 Fire Dept 6 6 0 012 Leons 0 0 0 00 Fire Dept. Penkava, run; Sobolik, 32 pass from Wurdman. Class B Standings Lincoln Welding 5-M Security Mutual 5-M Roberts 5-l-i Elks 4-3-0 Execs 3.3.1 File Dept 5.5.0 Leons jo Po'ice Dept o-6-Q Sunday's Results Security Mutual 16, Roberts 12 Elks 0, Execs 0 (tie) Fire Dept. 8, Leon's 6 Lincoln Welding 19, Police Dept. 0 Class C Sunday's Results Lincoln Welders 16, Police Dept. 0 Roberts 18, .Security Mutual 0 Elks 12, Ekutive Club 0 Fire Dept. U, Leons 6 Monday, Nov. 2, 1970P.M. Hiskey Sahara Winner Las Vegas, Nev. W) Babe Hiskey, an obscure, off-the-board longshot, ended five years of troubles, struggles and bitter frustration when he won the $100,000 Sahara Invitational golf tournament. "It's been a struggle," the 31-year-old Hiskey said Sunday after scoring by a single shot. "All my life it's been a struggle. Not just golf, everything. Finishing college, everything. "It's a real victory for me and my dad. I bought a car after winning the Cajun Classic in 1965. And I've had it ever since. It had over 150,000 miles on it, and we burned it out last week. "My dad bought us a car. If it hadn't been for that, well, I probably wouldn't be here." Hiskey shot a careful par 71 on the Paradise Va'ley Country Club course and finished with a 72-hole total of 276, one stroke ahead of Terry Dill, Miller Barber and former Masters champion Bob Goalby. Dill had a 65, Goalby a 66 and Barber a 68 on the final day. Babe Hiskey, $20,000 Miller Barber, $7,733 Bob Goalby, $7,733 . Terry Dill, $7,733 ... Tommy Aaron, $3,850 ., Larry Hlnson, $3,850 Dewitt Weaver, $2,330 Dave Stockton, $2,330 Billy Casper, $2,330 . 70-70-65-71274 . 73-68-68-66277 . 71-74-66-66277 . 68-71-73-6 -277 ..64-71-72-71278 . 67-71-71-69-278 . 71-72-66-70279 . 70-67-71-71279 70-72-69-68 279 .. .. 68-71-70-70279 $2,330 4B.79.7AJI? 970 cm cni Rodfi jonn Miner, $2,330 flue?, Jim Ferriell, $1,875 72-68-71-69280 Lou Graham, $1,875 .... 69-69-72-70280 Lee Elder, $1,857 73-71-70-66280 Bob Stone, $1,875 68-70-69-73280 Kermit Zarley, $1,450 ... 68-70-70-73281 Pete Bro, $1,450 68-72-68-73281 Wilt Homenuik, $1,450 .. 69-68-69-75 281 Hale Irwin, $1,450 71-68-70-72281 John Schroeder, $964 ... 71-73-73-65282 Joe Carr, $964 66-72-71-73-282 nA Mill, taut xo.AO-7i.nm' Dave Hill, $964 69-69-71-73282 Don Massenqale, $964 George Hixon, $964 Paul Moran, $964 Dick Crawford, $710 Art Wall, $710 Steve Reid, $710 Hal Underwood, $710 Bert Greene, $710 Dick Lots, $590 ... 68-70-73-71282 70-69-72-71282 70- 75-69-68282 68- 72-70-73283 74-70-68-71283 69- 73-74-67-483 71- 70-68-74283 68-69-73-7328 72- 72-72-68-284 67-73-75-73284 71-68-75-70-284 73- 68-74-69284 71- 71-74-69285 70- 71-71-73-285 73-70-70-72285 72- 71-73-69-285 Koy pace, ii?u fiZutf&Tvw' Jerry McGee. $471 Chris Blocker, $471 John Schlee, $471 Dale Douglass, $4kl Condition 'Good' For Caniglia Omaha UP) Doctors say head football coach Al Caniglia of the University of Nebraska at Omaha probably will be released from the hospital later this week. 1 Caniglia suffered what was described as a mild heart attack during the half of the UN-O-Emporia State football game Saturday which the Indians won 35-21. His physician said Caniglia was in good condition Sunday and that medical tests would continue. Pro Basketball NBA Eastern Conference Atlantic Division Won Lost.. Pet. .. New York 9 2 .818 Philadelphia 6 4 .600 Boston 5 s .500 Buffalo 1 6 .148 Central Division Baltimore ,.6 3 .667 Cincinnati j 6 ,333 Cleveland 0 10 .000 GB... ZVi 3'2 6 6V1 western tonterence Midwest Division Detroit ; 1 .000 Milwaukee 5 . 1 .833 Chicago 5 3 .625 Phoenix 3 6 .333 Pacific Division Los Angeles 4 3 .571 Portland 4 5 444 Seattle 5 5 .500 San Diego 6 6 .500 San Francisco 3 5 .375 Saturday's Results New York 107, Detroit 89 Boston 133, Philadelphia 102 San Diego 121, Atlanta 117 Baltimore 106, Phoenix 103 Milwaukee 121, Cincinnati 100 Seattle 122, Chicago 119 Portland 107, Buffalo 102 Only games scheduled. Sunday's Results Atlanta 131, Cleveland 107 Only game scheduled. 5V4 1 Va Va lVs ABA East Divison Won Lost Pet. .800 .625 .600 .455 .400 .000 1.000 .700 .286 .250 .222 Virginia ...8 2 Moriaians 5 Kentucky 6 New York 5 Pittsburgh 4 Carolina 0 West Division utan 6 Indiana 7 Memphis 2 Texas 1 Denver 2 Sunday's Results Pittsburgh 112, Carolina 97 Kentucky 112, Floridlans 109 New York 121, Virginia 109 Utah 117, Denver 111 Pro Hockey NHL By Associated Press East Division W L T PtS. GF GA Boston 7 1 1 15 46 23 New York 7 2 1 15 29 19 Montreal 6 3 1 13 30 23 Vancouver 3 6 2 8 30 39 Detroit 3 ' 7 1 7 32 39 Toronto ... 3 6 0 6 28 31 Buffalo 2 8 1 5 15 40 West Division Chicago 6 3 2 1 4 35 24 Philadelphia 6 3 1 13 26 21 Los Angeles 5 4 0 10 29 26 Minnesota 4 4 0 I 15 19 Pittsburgh 2 5 3 7 19 24 California 1 7 2 4 20 34 Sunday's Results Toronto 5, Detroit 4 New York 5, Chicago 2 Boston 5, Minnesota 0 Los Angeles 4, Buffalo 2 Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 2 Only games scheduled. CHL WIT PtS. G F GA Omaha 5 2 0 10 Fort Worth 5 3 0 8 Oklahoma City 2 3 1 5 Tulsa 2 3 1 5 Kansas City 2 3 1 S Dallas 2 2 0 4 Amarlllo 13 1 3 Saturday's Results Kansas City 3, Amarlllo 3, tia Fort Worth 4, Dallas 1 Omaha 4, Oklahoma City 2 Sunday's Results Tulsa 5, Otiaha 3 Only game scheduled. WE SERVICE ALL FORD PRODUCTS AT 14TH & M 475-1071 BEAM'S FR Hastings Defender 'Great Pro Prospect By STEVE GUSS Two of the state's top offensive threats were at their. best. ... Gary Bendinger increased his passing yardage total to 1,364 with a 16-26 afternoon, . . . George Watson hauled in ' seven of those throws to raise his touchdown total to nine and overall yardage figure to 841. Was Hastings football coach Jim Frazier happy with a 46-19 Pro Football Chargers 27, Browns 10 San Diego o 14 7 6 37 Cleveland 3 7 0 0 10 CL- FGCockroftll' SD Alworth 44 pass from Hadl (Mercer kick) SD Defwller 20 fumble runback (Mercer kick) CL Scott 9 pass from Nelson (Cockroft kick) SD Hubbert 1 run (Mercer kick) SD FG Mercer 37 SD FG Mercer 12 Statistics Chargers Browns 19 158 151 15 12-24-1 3-50 3 15 First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 1 13) 190 97 13-21-0 2-48 O 45 Cowboys 21, Eagles 17 Philadelphia 0 010 Dallas 0 14 7 7-17 0-21 DAL Rentzel 84 pass from Morton IciarK kick) DAL Hayes 40 pass from Morton (Clark kick) PHIL Hawkins 78 pass from Snead (Moseley kick) DAL Rentzel 54 pass from Morton (Clark kick) PHIL FG Moseley 19 PHIL Ballman 13 pass from Snead (Moseley kick) Statistics Eagles Cowboys First downs 20 8 Rushlnq yardaqe 151 Passlnq yardage 245 Return yardage 24 Pasees 16-384 46 232 29 10-20-0 E"?,1 renan Fumbles lost v 80 Rams 30, Saints 17 Los Angeles 7 13 3 730 New Orleans 14 O 3 017 NO Pogue 35 pass from Hargett (Dempsey kick) NO Morgan 28 fumble return (Dem. k,ck . LA Show 22 pass from Gabriel (Ray kick) LA FG Ray 43 LA FG Ray 14 NO FG Dempsey 23 LA FG Ray 23 LA Josephson 9 run (Ray kick) Statistic Rams Saints 11 67 145 First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 21 148 260 92 50 i337 2 14-30-1 2-39 7-37 3 2 77 82 Bills 45, Patriots 10 Buffalo 10 21 0 14-45 Boston 0 0 0 7-10 . Buff FG Guthrie 20 Buff Jones 2 run (Guthrie kick) Buff Simpson 56 run (Guthrie kick) Buff Chandler 58 pass Interception (Guthrie kick) Buff Enyart 37 pass from Shaw (Guthrie kick) Bos FG Gogolak 32 Buff Moses 13 . pass from Harris (Guthrie kick) Bos Nance 19 run (Gogolak kick) Buff Jones 53 kickoff return (Guthrie kick) Statistics Billi Patriots First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 18 19 215 10O 149 151 143 6 11-17-0 18-38-2 4-39 6-38 3 60 2 108 Bears 23, Falcons 14 Chicago 10 3 7 3-23 Atlanta 0 7 7 0-14 Chi Shy 1 run (Perclval kick) Chi FG Percival 30 . Atl Gipson 20 pass from Berry (Vln-yard kick) Chi FG Perclval 47 Atl Mitchell 17 pass from Berry (Vln- yard kick) , , Chi Turner 94 kickoff return (Perclval kick) ' Chi FG Percival 31 Statistics Bears Falcons First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbleslost Yards penalized 10 17 89 '147 65 131 23 37 6-20-1 15-26-1 4-42 6-37 1 65 2 69 Cardinals 44, Oilers 0 Houston 0 0 0 St. Louis 3 17 10 StL FG Bakken 32 StL Lane 2 run (Bakken kick) StL Gilliam 46 pass from Hart (Bakken kick) StL FG Bakken 14 StL Roland 2 run (Bakken kick) StL Williams 58 pass from Beathard (Bakken kick) . StL Parish 41 Interception return (Bakken kick) Statistics Oilers Cards First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 9 20 79 180 81 274 22 112 13-30-2 16-27-0 9-42 446 1 0 41 70 49ers 26, Packers 10 Green Bay 3 7 0 0-10 San Francisco 0 10 10 6-26 GB FG Llvlnoston 9 SF Windsor 6 pass from Brodle Gossett kick GB Clancy 33 pass from Horn Livingston kick SF FG Gossett 12 SF Cunningham 6 run Gossett kick SF FG Gossett 24 SF FG Gossett 41 SF FG Gossett 36 Statistics Packers 49ers First downs Rushing yardaqe Passing yardage Return yardsge Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 15 10 173 126 135 123 10 110 8-26-4 11-214 6-38 7-40 7 60 3 73 Vikings 30, Lions 17 Minnesota 10 14 3 330 Detroit 7 10 0 017 DET McCullouch 15 pass from Mun- 5on imann kick; MINN FG Cox 27 MINN Bryant 39 pass Interception (Cox kick) DET L. Walton 13 pass from Munson twann kick) . MINN Brown 6 pass from Cuozzo (Cox kick) DET FG Mann 11 MINN FG Cox 10 . MINN-FG Cox 36 Statistics Minnesota Detroit r-irsi oowns Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumb es lost Yards penalized 17 13 136 68 251 186 100 38 13-22-2 17-32-3 2-46 7-42 2 0 79 60 romp over Dakota Wesleyan as his team rolled up 579 offense yards of all types? Certainly, but a defensive member of the Broncos was lauded most of all, 6-2, 225-pound middle linebacker Jim Dunn. "He's a great pro prospect and we're going to try and get him in even if it's as a free agent," noted Frazier of his stalwart who made eight unassisted and 11 assisted tackles Saturday. 1 Colts 35, Dolphins 0 Miami 0 0 1 O- O Baltimore 7 7 14 7-35 BAL Gardln SO ount return (O'Brien kick) BAL Bulalch 1 run (O'Brien kick) BAL Duncan 99 kickoff return (O'Brien (OBHCTHkick) 32 PSSS ,rm U"l,aS tJ&zXXS?11 15 from Morra" Statistics Dolphins Colts 20 14 201 82 172 157 19-38-3 13-20-1 7 198 6-33 4-44 1 O 117 27 First Downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes Return yardage Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Giants 22, Jets 10 New York Giants 0 3 16 New York Jets 0 7 3 Jets Nock 8 pass from Woodall ner kick) Giants FG Gogolak 25 ' Jets FG Turner 31 322 010 (Tur- Giants Safety, Mercein tackled zone bv Files, Drver In Giants Tucker 9 pass from Tarkenton (Gogolak kick) Giants McNeil 11 pass from Tarkenton (Goqolak kick) Giants FG Gogolak 37 Statistics Giants Jets First downs 15 16 102 135 11 17-13-2 2-36 2 73 Rushing yardage 100 Passing yardage 140 Return yardage 36 Passes 22-11-0 PunU 5-48 Fumbles lost 0 Yards penalized 25 Raiders 17, Chiefs 17 (tie) Oakland 1 7 317 Kansas City 8 7 3 717 KC Hayes 4 run (Stenerud kick) Oak Chester 3 pass from Lamonica (Blanda kick) Oak Chester 8 pass from Lamonica (Blanda kick) KC FG Stenerud 33 KC Taylor 13 pass from Dawson (Stenerud kick) Oak FG Blanda 48 Statistics Raiders Chiefs First downs 22 16 First odwns 22 16 Rushing yardage 163 164 Passing yardage 115 157 Return yardage 66 100 Passes 13-78-0 8-141 Punts 842 5-46 Yards penalized 95 154 Redskins 19, Broncos 3 Washington 3 10 O 619 Denver 0 0 O 3 3 Was-FG Knight 37 Was-FG Knight 44 Was Smith 17 pass from Jurgensen (Knight kick) Den FG Howfield 36 Was Smith 11 pass from Jurgensen (kick failed) Statistics Redskins Broncos First downs 12 14 Rushing yardage 97 140 Passing yardaqe 102 iW Return yardage 32 63 Passes 9-17-0 14-34-3 Punts 6-47 6-38 Fumbles lost ' Yards penalized 47 106 "His open field tackling is devastating. He was voted our outstanding offensive lineman last year and he gives us the leadership we need," notes Jim of the Fairbury Junior College transfer who blocked one punt and scored from the eight, then later intercepted a pass. Hastings, which is putting its best season together since the Tom Osborne days in 1957 and the unbeaten Mineral - Water Bowl squad of 1954, has one Farnham Named Jockeys' Guild 'Man of Year' Omaha Farnham (UPI) - Harry J. of Elkhorn was presented Man of the Year n0rS fr0m the Jockeys' Guilcl at a noon luncheon in New York Sundav. Also honored was Bill Shoemaker, who was recognized for becoming the world's winningest jockey. Farnham, former president of the National Association of State Racing Commissioners and currently chairman of the Nebraska State Racing Corn-end mission, also will be honored next March in New Orleans as Man of the Year by the Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association. Peach Bowl Eyes Prospects Atlanta W) Air Force, Arizona State, Arkansas and Auburn top the first check list of teams being considered for the Peach Bowl this year. Other teams being considered by the bowl's selection committee for the night game Dec. 30 in Atlanta are Alabama, Duke, Georgia Tech, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana State, Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Texas Tech, Tennessee and West Virginia. Knights Dropped Omaha (UPI) Dennis Dupere came back to haunt his old teammates Sunday night by scoring two goals to help Tulsa to a 5-3 Central Hockey League win over the host Omaha Knights. """" " 11 Tiini.m.jiv..jiiiii iinjj.i ,ml " jT' " ' J r game left en route to a possible 7-1 campaign. The Broncos play Nebraska Wesleyan Saturday at home. A victory could give them at least a tie for the Nebraska: Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title should NWU knock off Concordia Nov. 14. The top Hastings running back, Gary Filipi (519 yards), did not play against Dakota because of a charley horse, but will be ready for Wesleyan. Frazier relied on Bendinger's Sports Briefs Football Houston Oilers' coach Wally Lemm told his players after losing 44-0 to the St. Louis Cardinals that he would quit at the end of season because of health reasons. He coached the Oilers from 1961-1965, then guided the Cardinals for four years before returning to the Oilers in 1966. Auto Racing New Zealand driver Denis Hulme has won the Times Grand Prix at Riverside, Calif., his sixth victory in the last race of the Canadian-American Challenge Cup Series, worth $17,500 and the pace car . .' . England's Jackie Oliver was second and Mexico's Pedro Rodriguez third. Rain has forced .postponement of the American 500 stock car race in Rockingham, N.C., for the second straight week. Keokuk, Iowa's Ernie Derr is the IMCA stock car race champion for the 11th time in his 20-year career with 19 victories and 3,500 points. Golf Gary Player's 71 gave him a one-stroke victory and $4,590 in the Dunlop, Australia, I n t e rnational Tournament ahead of Lee Trevino, Kel Nagle and Bill Brask, who tied for second place. Sandra Haynie has been named the Ladies Professional Golf Association's Player of the Year. TIRES 30 Off Check Your Tire Size Get Out Price GATES Automotive Service Frontier Airlines offers jet service to Las Vegas each afternoon. See some stars in Las Vegas... and let Frontier take you to the show. Jet Frontier to Las Vegas, and charge it on your Master Charge or BankAmericard. For more information, call your Travel-Agent or Frontier Airlines. Leave Lincoln Arrive Las Vegas 1:10 pm 2:50 pm (via Denver ' . connection) 4:40 pm (ex. Sat) 7:25 pm (via Denver connection) FR0NTIERA1RUNES Lincoln is a Frontier Town arm, Watson's hands, Dick Metz, who ran a kickoff back 95 yards for a TD and a defensive secondary which intercepted seven passes ' to rout the Tigers. : . ::;'.: "They were a throwing team (46 tosses). We could have had a dozen interceptions, but three were dropped and two called back," says Frazier. " "They caused us problems early until our kids got with the program. Originally I either thought we'd blow them out of the tub at about 42-7 or fight for our lives around 2531, but was in between," addetf Jim. - Bendinger, who har now completed 89 passes in 171 attempts, and Watson, who ias caught 42 throws, only playjed till midway through the thru period. " Frazier used what he calls a "jumbo backfield" from there on in which even featured Dunn at fullback. The final rushing total was only 31 yards for Hastings, but Jim noted that this reserve group lost 76 yards alone in the late going. Frazier says the NWU battle is "our oldest rivalry. It's the . big daddy ... the big one of the year for us." The Standings MAC conference All Games W L T Concordia .. 4 0 Hastings ....3 1 NWU 1 Doane 2 i Dana ) 3 Midland ....0 5 Pet. W t Pet. .857 857 .750 .625 .286 .125 0 1.000 0 .750 0 .667 0 .500 0 .250 0 .000 NCC Conference All Games x-wayne 3 0 0 1.000 6 1 0 Kearney ... 2 1 0 .667 4 2 0 Chadron ...J ? 0 .333 5 3 0 f" , 0 3 0 .000 2 6 0 x-Won conference championship. Other Schools , w L T Hiram Scott 4 2 1 Omaha 4 4 0 Junior Colleges .57 .750 .425 ,250 Pet. .667 .500 Pet. .625 .500 McCook 5 3 0 Fairbury 4 4 g Last Week's Results lA,DMn, 3 Nrla Wesleyan 6; Wavne 69, Peru 7; Concordia 24 Weslmar 6; Dana 26, Sioux Falls 0; Cnadron 21, Mayvllle, N.C. 3; Hiram Scott 27, Dickinson, .N.D. 10; Kearney 34, Missouri Westfi 14; Omaha 35, Emoorla St. 31; Hestinqs 46, Dakota Wesleyan 19; Yankton 75, Midland 14; New Mexico Military 29, McCook JC 21; Fairbury JC 32, Coffeyvllle, Kan. This Week's Games Peru at Culver-Stockton; Concordia at Northwestern; Yankton at Dim; William Penn at Doane; Black Hills, S D. at Chadron; S.W. Minnesota at Wayne; Boise St., Idafco at M'am Sco'f; Kearney at Colorado Mines; Omaha at Pittsburg, Kart.; Nebraska Weslevan at Hastings; Midland at Weslmar; Trinidad, Colo, at McCook JC; Fairbury JC at Dodge City, Kan. A.

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