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2 D October 11, 1970 Lincoln Sunday Journal and Star Versatile NU Offense Adjusted to Powerful MU Pass Conk From Page ID yards on the ground. So tenacious were the Black Shirts that the Tigers didn't have a first down in the first 25 minutes of play. As expected, Missouri's frenzied pass rush played havoc with the Cornhusker aerial game. Nebraska managed just 71 yards through the air after having averaged over 180 in their first four games. But the Cornhuskers again showed they can do many things well while on the attack. With dual I-backs Jeff Kinney and Joe Orduna leading the thrust they hammered for 217 yards on the ground, 184 of them coming from the prolific pair. They showed an equally potent pair at quarterback with Van Brownson re-emerging as a major contributor to the offense and again displayed the breakaway abilities of Johnny Rodgers. Cornhusker coach Bob Devaney brought Brownson out of the bullpen in the relief of Tagge at the start of the second half. It was a day when no quarterback was going to be sensational, but Brownson had a little more success keeping the attack going than Tagge did after Jerry had directed an impressive opening touchdown drive. That opening march came after a heart-stopping opening series which saw Rogers fumble the opening kickoff at the 23 FOOTBALL City High Schools Southeast 21, Grandlsland6 State High Schools Odell 44, Lewiston 0 David City 43, Albion 7 Palmyra 28, Nehawka 8 Adams 34, Barneston 10 Neb. City Lourdes 50, SE Cons. 0 North Low-Scotia 6, Lakeview 0 Columbus 0, Hastings O O. Ryan 0, O. Burke 0 Fairbury 20, Nebraska City 12 Council Bluffs St. Albert 32, 0. Cross 0 State Colleges NWU 4, Huron, S.D., 0 Concordia 9, Dana 6 Morehead St. 24, Kearney 22 McCook 27, Coffeyville 0 Fairbury 27, Wentworth 7 Missouri Western 48, Peru 35 Wayne 14, Chadron 7 Hiram Scott 21, Northern, S.D. 17 Northern, Colo., 21, UNO 0 Hastings 21, Black Mills, S.D., 13 Big Eight Nebraska 21, Missouri 7 Oklahoma State 34, TCU 20 Kansas 21, Kansas State 15 Colorado 41, Iowa State 10 Texas 41, Oklahoma 9 East Pitt 10, Navy 8 Boston U. 13, Massachusetts 10 Rhode Island 40, Vermont 13 Syracuse 23, Maryland 7 Columbia 28, Harvard 21 Dartmouth 38, Princeton 0 Penn State 28, Boston Coll. 3 Cornell 32, Pennsylvania 31 Bucknell 21, Davidson 20 Colgate 21, Holy Cross 13 California, Pa., 4, Slippery Rock 0 Villanova 17, Buffalo St. 7 Fordham 7, Adelphia 7 Yale 28, Brown 0 T-enign 7, Rutgers o Delaware 34, Lafayette 20 Baldwin-Wallace 24, Hofstra 14 Temple 41, Connecticut 23 South Alabama 35, Vanderbilt '11 Florida 38, Florida State 27 Mississippi 31, Georgia 21 Tennessee 17, Georgia Tech 4 Auburn 44, Clemson 0 Duke 21, West Virginia 13 .Citodel 14, William & Mary 7 Virginia 49, VAll 10 . 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Defensive end Dick Caster, who had earlier this season scored a touchdown on a similar play, scooped up the loose ball and ran 30 yards to paydirt. The Wesleyan defense, which Kearney Hit By Moorhead Statistics Kearney Moorhead First downs 20 19 Rushing yardage .' 247 337 Passing yardage 134 13 Return yardaga 154 117 Passes 11-30-2 3-10-1 Punts i 7-35 7-3B Fumbles lost 1 2 Yards penalized 83 50 Moorhead, Minn. (B Moorhead State College scored two touchdowns in the third quarter here Saturday to upset ninth-ranked Kearney State of Nebraska, 24-22. It was the first loss of the season for the Antelopes who had shared the No. 9 NAIA ranking with powerful Gramb-ling College. Kearney attempted a comeback late in the final period as John Makovicka, scampered 17 yards for a. touchdown. A pass for a two-point conversion and a tie failed. Moorhead 10 014 0-34 Moor Bruggenman 4 run (Peterson kick) Moor FG Peterson 42 Kear Jacobson 41 pass from Elson (Cheng kick) Kear Safety, Oelker tackled In end zona kick)"" " Makovlekl1 2 run clwn8 Moor Oelker 1 run (Peterson kick) Moor Johnson 1 pass from Trunbero (Peterson kick) JCear Makovicka 17 run (past fall. Hastings Rallies For 21-13 Win Spearfish, S. D. (AP)-Has-ings overcame a 13-6 halftime deficit Saturday night to nudge Black Hills State 21-13 in non-conference football. Bob Kohl scored on runs of 31 and 11 yards and Gary Filipi ran 41 yards for another Bronco score. A 20-yard pass from Mike Murphy to Mike Savoy and a three-yard run by Ralph Meyer built an early lead for the Yellow Jackets, who suffered their second straight setback after winning nine straight games. Phone 432-3388 Bank-Americard and Missouri's Jack Bastable barely miss a 41-yard field goal attempt. Missouri was offside on Nebraska's first play from the 20 and after that the Cornhuskers drove 75 yards in nine plays. Kinney carried it six straight times for the first 33 yards, then Tagge stunned the Tigers by handing off to Jerry List on a tight end reverse. List was almost stopped at the line of scrimmage, the Missouri 42, but the converted halfback showed he still knows something about running as he bounded away and bolted to the Missouri 15. Kinney rammed for three yards, then fielded a Tagge pass in the right flat for the touchdown with 8:32 left. The Cornhuskers were in a hole as the quarter ended because of a clip on Bill Kosch's punt return. Tagge went to the air from the 15 and his pitch into the right flat for Guy Ingles was stolen by Brinkley at the 22. Brin-kley was stopped just short of the goal, then Farmer sneaked across. Bastable converted to make it 7-7 with 14:50 left in the half. Tagge had trouble getting the attack going the rest of the half and a pair of incomplete passes in the last minute allowed Missouri time for another scoring threat. Jeff Hughes' punt from the Nebraska five carried to the Missouri 36, but Mike Fink carried it back to the Cornhusker 20. The Tigers had 24 seconds with which to Colleges has held opposing ground games to a net 54 yards per contest, allowed Huron only 53. The secondary stole four passes, bringing to 15 the number picked off this season. Junior Rick Roffers had three of the thefts. Wesleyan's rushing game was held to 112 yards, 82 of it by Mike Kemling in 22 carries. Middle Linebacker Joe Gleason blocked one punt, recovered a fumble and intercepted a pass. Wesleyan 0 0 6 0 4 Huron 0 O 0 0 0 Wesleyan Caster 30 run with blocked punt (kick failed) UNO Shut Out By Coloradans Statistics UNO Northern First downs 10 18 Rushing yardage 102 177 Passing yardage 63 84 Return yardage 51 Mi Passes 8-26-0 5-13-0 Punts 11-35 5-31 Fumbles lost o 2 Yards penalized 132 145 Greeley, Colo. UP) Norhern Colorado opened defense of its Rocky Mountain Conference championship Saturday night by handing the University of Nebraska at Omaha its first shutout in 32 games, 21-0. UNO O 0 0 00 Northern Colo O 7 14 021 Nor Curbrlgen 48 run (Kula kick) Nor Kucera 80 punt return (Kula kick) Nor Kucera 73 punt return (Kula kick) Concordia Stops Dana Statistics . Concordia Dana First downs 13 10 Rushing yardage 62 107 Passing yardage 149 69 Return yardage 44 35 Passes 9-22-1 7-14 1 Punt 4-31 3-33 Fumbles lost 1 4 Yards penalized 30 50 Blair UR Concordia scored twice in the final quarter to defeat Dana College, 9-6, in a college football game Saturday. Concordia 0 0 0 99 Dana 0 6 0 06 Dana Howe 1 run (run failed) Con Taube 4 run (kick failed) Con Wilts FG 33 Radtke Theft Lifts Wayne Statistics . J Wayn Chadron First downs n n Rushing yardage 131 7 Passing yardage 55 134 Return yardage 57 72 Passes 3-5-0 10-30-2 Punts c-37 J.42 Fumbles lost O 1 Yards penalized 30 35 Chadron iP) Doug Radtke intercepted a Chadron pass early in the first period to set Up an early touchdown that provided the margin as Wayne State defeated Chadron State here Saturday night 14-7. Wayne 7 0 7 0-14 Chadron 0 0 7 0 7 Way-Walker 28 run (Ernst kick) Chad Grant 11 run (Kearns kick) Way Singleton I run (Ernst kick) McCook Blanks Coffeyville McCook MV-McCook Junior College chalked up its fourth victory In a row here Saturday night as it blanked Coffeyville, Kan., Community College 27-0. Coffeyvlllt 0 0 0 00 McCook 0 13 014-27 Wc Schmeeckle 1 run (kick failed) Mc McNltt 20 past Interception. (Kosch kick) AAc Blake 17 run (Kosch kick) ArtcBlak I run (Kosch kick) Wentworth Hit By Fairbury Lexington, Mo. (tfr-Fairbury Junior College of Nebraska bunched 20 points in the fourth quarter with three touchdowns to clobber Wentworth of Missouri 27-7 Friday night. Fairbury ; 0 0 50-27 Wentworth 0 0 07 Fair Ownes 4 run (Svec kick) Went Jennings run (Hahn kick). Fair Lawson run (Svec kick) PairStewart 1J run (Svee kick) Fair-Matt 12 past from Forbel (kick failed) Bennett Goals Top Knights By TOM HENDERSON Bfg Curt Bennett scored two goals Saturday night, the second one snapping a 1-1 tie to lead the Kansas City Blues to a 4-3 Central Hockey League exhibition victory over the Omaha Knights at Pershing Auditorium. Bennett, who pushed a power play goal past Omaha goalie Wayne Bell as the Blues took a 1- 0 first period advantage, got his other score midway through .the second period, dirving straight toward Peter McDuffe, the Knights' veteran goaltender, and slipping it in. The goal gave Kansas City a 2- 1 lead and another score, this one by Gordon Brooks, pushed it to 3-1 before Omaha could score again. The Knights, whose first tally came at the start of the second period when Tom Miller slapped a shot past Kansas City goalie Gary Edwards, managed to stay within one, 3-2, retaliating almost immediately. Morris Stefanfw took a feed from veteran Omaha defenseman Ab DeMarco with 19:33 gone in the second period and rammed it in for the Knights' second goal. Seconds later it appeared as if the Omaha club had tied it up when DeMarco slammed a slap shot at the net after the face off at center ice. The pick lodged in the net, appearing to be a score, but instead had stuck on the outside of the mesh. Kansas City upped its lead to 4-2 with an insurance goal late in the third period, but highly touted Omaha rookie Norm Gratton set up and fired from right in front of the Kansas City goal moments later to finish the scoring. The Knights tried to gain at least a tie after that when they pulled McDuffe in favor of a sixth attacker and took a two-man advantage on offense when KC goalie Michel Plasse was slapped with a two-minute penalty for slicing. Omaha, however, failed to score before tfme ran out. "I'm satisfied," said new Omaha coach Fred Shero who is returning to Omaha this season after a three-year absence. "I thought we outplayed them. Both teams played pretty good, but both were hurt by the officiating. They missed some pretty obvious calls." Shero said the shorter ice surface at Pershing which measures only 165 feet rather than the 200 at Ak-Sar-Ben, the Knights' home rink, made little difference in the game. "The ice. made no difference," Shero said, "except that we played by Olympic rules where you can pass way up to the opponents' blue line instead of only to the red line. That bothered them (the players) Just a little, that's all." iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimi How AP's I Top 20 Fared I S a 1. Ohio Stat (3-0) def. Michigan It., 2?-0. J. Texas (4-0) def. Oklahoma, 41-t. J. Notre Dame (4-0) def. Army, 51-10. 4. Southern California (3-1-1) lost to Stanford, 24-14. 5 Mississippi (4-0) def. Georgia, 31-21. Nebraska (4-0-1) def. Missouri, 21-7. 7. Michigan (4-0) def. Purdue, 2f t. I. Air Force (54) def. Tulane, 24-1. Auburn (4-0) def, Clemion, 44-0 10. Arkansas (3-1) def, Baylor, 41-7. II. West Virginia (4-1) lost to Duke, . 12.' Stanford (4-1) def. Southern Cel., 24-14. 13. Georgia Tech (4-1) tost to Tenne. lee, 17-4. 14. Ariiona State (3 0) played Wash. Ington late Saturday night, 15. UCLA (31) played Oregon latt Saturday niqht, . 16. Missouri (3-2) tost to Nebraska, J1-7. 17, Colorado (3-1) def. low Slate, 41-10 M. North Carolina (4-1) lost to South Carolina, 35-21, 1. LSU (3-1) def. Pacific. 94-1 20, Tennessee (3-1) def. Georgia Toch, play. On fourth and three with nine seconds remaining Bastable attempted a 31-yard field goal and this one went slightly wide to the right The Cornhuskers had to battle a stiff south wind in the third quarter .and managed to keep the Tigers at bay by recovering three fumbles. The last one was a big one which got Nebraska out of a deep hole. Hughes was forced to punt into the wind from his own six on fourth and 13 with a little over a minute left in the period. Fink had to move up to field the kick and mis-bandied it among a sea of red jerseys. Jeff Kinney, pounced on the fumble at the Nebraska 34. Nebraska, which had disastrous quarter-opening plays in the first and second periods, finally struck back with a big play of its own as the final period opened. , Orduna came in in relief of Kinney and the Cornhusker hammer turned into a sword as Joe plunged over left guard, cut back to the right and streaked 41 yards to the Missouri 15. Kinney returned to blast for three, three, six and two yards on consecutive carries and Brownson sneaked for the touchdown with 12:54 left. Rogers made it 14-7, but the defense had to deliver again to sew up the victory. Mauser took Rogers' topped kickoff at the 20 and bolted back to the Nebraska 49. On fourth and four at the 43 Farmer faked a punt and tried to run around left end for Southeast Slips Past GI, 21-6 Statistics 61 LSB First downs 14 10 Yards rushing 196 154 Passing yardage 20 82 Return yardage 72 54 Passes 1-9-1 2-11-1 Punts 3-37.3 1-41.3 Fumbles lost 3 Yards penalized 45 IS By VIRGIL PARKER Prep Sprots Writer When Lincoln Southeast and Grand Island played a crucial T rans-Nebraska Conference football game at Seacrest Field Saturday night, the condition of the surface was a far cry from AstroTurf on which Nebraska Odell 44, Lewiston 0 Lewiston O O 0 00 Odell 22 14 t 0-44 Odell Jurgens (3), 1-, 40-runs, 42-punt return; D. Spltsnogle, 1-run; E. Spitsnogle, 2-run; T. Poppe, 1-pess from D. Spltsnogle. PAT D. Poppa (3), passes from D. Spltsnogle; Jurgens, run. Adams 34, Barneston 10 Adams 0 S 4 2034 Barneston 10 0 0 0-10 Adams Bowne (3), 29, 1,1, 43 passes from Veerhasenj Doepker (2) 42, 37 runs; PAT Ideus pass from Veerhasen, Bowne (2) kicks. Barneston Raney 10 pass from Sea-recy. Hollembeck 31 field goal. PAT Hollembeck kick. David City 43, Albion 7 David City 4 8 IS 1443 Albion 0 0 0 77 David City Martin (3), B-, 37-runs, 27-pass from Aldrlch; Dohuslavsky, 2-run; Schroeder, 1-run; Hector, 47-pass from Aldrlch. PAT Martin (2), run, pass; Kucera, kick, run. Albion Bolin, 70-run. PAT Foster, Wymore Southern 30, Tri-County 0 Wymore 0 0 2230 Tri-County O 0 0 00 Wymore Rutan (2), 35-, 38-rune; Harris (2), 1: 3S-runs. PAT-ttarris (2), runs; CIoss, pass from Rutan. Nebraska City Lourdes 50, Stella Southeast 0 Stella SE O 0 0 00 Lourdes 14 14 14-50 Lourdes Bennett (2), 19-, 11-runs; Frana, 5-run; Navrka, 15-pass from n . i.r.ui.ji 1 t.bc a 4rnm Rftnnftttl Dcnirc.ii ..cmmib, "V Krog, 4-run Gruber, 7-run, PAT Weddla (2), passes from Bennett) Navrka, run; Krog, run. Missouri Team Hits Peru, 48-25 Statistics mw Peru First downs " 21 Rushing yardage 281 302 Passing yardage J" Return yardage ...r? Passes 10-M-' Punt. 4-41.5 3-37.7 Fumbles lost 0 3 Yards penalized 110 Peru UP) Missouri Western scored three touchdowns in the first seven minutes of the third period en route to a 48-35 football victory in a wide open offensive battle Saturday night. iMo. Western 0 14 20 14-40 Peru 4 314 7-35 Per Stewart 2 run (kick failed) Mis Reynold 15 pass from Dost Iuutt kick; Per Crlaer 75 run (Froehlleh run) Mis Reynolds 44 pass from Doss IDim kick, MU Hill 35 fun (Dutt kick) Per Desblen 14 run (Cotton kick) Mis Hill 13 run .Dutt kick) Mis Burgess 35 pan from Dost (kick failed) Per Desblen 45 pasa from Froehlleh lionon kick; Mis Hill 87 run (Dutt kick) Per winkel 3 pass from Froehlleh noiTon kick; Mis Buckner 23 run (Dos kick) Comeback Win To Hiram Scott Statistics First downs I u Rushing yardage , 143 182 Passing yardao Ill n Pes 4-ij-l 7.14.0 Punts 0.34.7 M7.4 Yards penalized IS rumoies iost 3 Scottsbluff UP) Hiram Scott. unbeaten but tied once, scored 14 points in the fourth quarter to stop Northern State of South uaicota zz-17, Saturday night. Mlram ftrAlt A 9 a li m Northern 0 10 0 717 Nor Andelewskl 35 FO Mnr Wll.nn run ,AnHtu,.l,f bukt Hir Rigney 20 pas from lomicky (Kowalskl kick) Nor-wilson 21 run (Andefewskt kick) nir atauo i run (Kowsiski kick) Hlr-McGe 42 run (Kowalskl kick) Doane-Midland Tilt Postponed Crete The Doane-Mldland football game scheduled for Saturday afternoon here has been postponed until Monday afternoon because of a wet field. The contest will start at 2:30 p.m. instead of 2 because of class schedules at both schools. performed against Missouri earlier m the day. But despite the sloppy going caused by Friday's snow storm, running backs on both sides showed surprising balance as the Capital City Knights registered a 21-6 victory. Southeast, No. 2 rated in the state's Class A ranks, struck for two sudden touchdowns early in the second quarter in subduing the No. 8 rated Islanders. The Knights used up much of Passing Combo Halts Jets, 20-6 Statistics Dolphins Jets First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts iFumbles lost Yards penalized 20 14 117 39 195 224 100 10O 14-24-T 17-40-3 3-29 3-39 0 0 36 41 New York UP) Bob Griese, clicking with crafty wide receiver Paul Warfield on the key plays, passed for two touchdowns and directed the surprising Miami Dolphins to a 20-6 victory over the bungling New York Jets in a National Football League game Saturday night. Griese hit Warfield for a nine-yard touchdown pass and a 7-6 halftime lead, then wrapped up Miami's first victory ever over the Jets after eight losses by finding Howard Twilley in the end zone on a fourth-quarter three-yard payoff pitch. Garo Yepremian added field goals from 37 and 11 yards for Miami's other pofnts as the Dolphins, passed over by the not xact Illustration Will Mount and Balance and Install on your car two (2) 8:45-15 New but obsolete tread design snow tires for $40.00. This is YOUR TO-TAL COST F.E.T. of $2.57 is- INCLUDED 1 of course this is not 1 OUR BEST TIRE You will have to come to our store to see our better and best TIRES. No Phone Quotations. This could be misleading. You must see what you arc PRICING $1.26 Per Gal. Anti-freeze . $1.26 Per Gal. Vtebmslia Wholesale Tire OPEN 1-7 WEEKDAYS, 8 4 SAT. 3601 No. 48th, tiiA first Anvm. Rut ttia minor middle guard Ed Periard and linebacker Jerry Murtaugh at the 42. Moments later Murtaugh turned the ball over to the offense at the Missouri 26 with an interception of new quarterback Chuck Roper's first pass. : The Cornhuskers went to their power game and had a first and goal at the three, but Kinney fumbled as he crashed over the left side and Missouri recovered. . Three plays later the Tigers had their backs against the wall at their own one and Farmer was forced to hurry a kick. . t Up until then the Tigers had kept Rodgers in chock, but it's tough to hold him for a whole game. He proved it when he took the kick at the 46, took a couple of steps back to size up the blocking wall and zipped 48 yards for the back-breaking touchdown. It kept alive his string of scoring in every game and gave him his sixth touchdown of the season. The win over Missouri gave the Cornhuskers their first conference-opening victory in three years. Two years ago they lost to Kansas and last year they opened with a loss at Missouri. Since that time, however, they've remained unbeaten in 11 games. While Missouri suffered several severe injuries in the game, Nebraska came through with no one seriously hurt. the first quarter on an unsuccessful sustained march of 72 yards with the opening kickoff which was halted at the Grand Island one yard line. But at the outset of the second stanza coach Frank Solich's forces came up with the ball on a pass interception by Doug Deeer on their own 38, and scored four plays later. A five-yard penalty against Southeast was sandwiched between two incomplete passes. Then quarterback Don Osvog experts in preseason picks, raised their American Conference Eastern Division record to 3-1. The Jets, on the other hand, favored to win the division for the third straight year, dropped to 1-3. . Griese took Miami 82 yards the first tfme he got his hands on the ball with the help of a penalty that nullified an in-. terception. The big plays were a 40-yard toss to Warfield that put the ball on the Jets' 11, and then the scoring pass. In the final session, leading 10-6, Griese and Warfield teamed on a 29-yard pass play to the Jets' 27, then he hit Twilley on a key first down pass and finally for the score. Miami 7 0 3 1020 New York 4 0 0 04 NY FG J. Turner 17 Mia Warfield 9 pass from Griese (Yepremian kick) NY FG Turner 35 Mia FG Yepremian 37 Mia Twilley 3 pass from Griese (Yepremian kick) Mia FG Yepremian 11. A 62,712. THIS IS A TIRE AD such as you have probably never seen before. You will find nothing MISLEADING IN THIS AD Jlebraska Wholesale Tire 3601 North 48th Street Lincoln Rush scrambler was cornered bv floated back and-lofted a screen pass out in the left flat to fleet-footed halfback Egbert Thompson from the Knights' 33. Thompson scampered down the sidelines, cut to the middle of the field, breaking two tackles enroute, as he went the 67 yards to paydirt. Momerts later Southeast tallied again. The ensuing kickoff was deep into Grand Island territory and three plays later the Islanders were forced to punt from their own 14. A rushed kick traveled only 13 yards out to the 27. Deeter ripped off six and seven yard runs. Thompson followed with a nine-yarder to the five from where Deeter plowed over for the'TD. Southeast pushed its advantage to 21-0 as a direct result of another Grand Island punt from exactly the same spot. Late in the third period a 20-yard effort got out to the Islanders 34-yard line where Mark Michel fielded the boot under a full head of steam and flashed through the GI eleven for the score. Grand Island, behind the strong running of George Kyros and Ron Loewenstein, who combined to give the Islanders an edge in the ground-gaining statistics, staged several futile drives before one finally paid off in the final frame. Loewenstein got the Islanders on the scoreboard, after one apparent TD was called back on a holding penalty, with a three-yard burst up the middle. Grand Island 0 0 0 44 Lincoln Southeast 0 14 7 021 Southeast Thompson 67 pass from (Osvog. kick). Southeast Deeter 5 run (Osvog kick). Southeast Michel 34 punt return (Osvog kick). Grand Island Loewenstein 3 run (kick failed). Featuring Dunlop Radials V llaj Tech, 1

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