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ERIE THE Zkf Sinux (Ohj 5'uitHsg Journal. OCTOBER 17, 1371 SECHCN SMtTs Nebraska Mauls Kansas Team, 55 to Baltimore GOES TO WIRE Un in 10th 8 JL Brooks Robinson Hits Sacrifice Fly for 3-2 Win CYCLONES CLIP KANSAS STATE (1 Carlson-Harris Passes Spark 24-0 Victory MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) ULk IMS i. r.r. rr.
iz 68,331 See Big 8 Rout Margin Widest in 78 Years of Grid Rivalry LINCOLN, Neb. (AP)-Nebr-aska's top-ranked and undea-feated football juggernauts, aided by a stonewall defense, rolled over Kansas 55-0 Saturday in a Big Eight clash before 68,331, largest crowd in Memorial Stadium history. So grudging was Nebraska's "blackshirts" defensive unit that the Jayhawks owned minus total offense yardage at the intermission and did not gain a first down until-the third quarter. The Cornhusker offense, meanwhile, tallied two touchdowns in each period, the most spectacular coming on a 66-yard third quarter run from scrimmage by Jeff Kinney. The victory ran Nebraska's string to 25 games without a loss and dropped Kansas to 3-3 for the year.
The margin was the largest ever posted by either team in a 78-game Husker-Jayhawk series dating back to 1892. 2 By Rodgers, Kinney Johnny Rodgers and Kinney, Nebraska's offensive stalwarts, each scored two touchdowns in the rout. Rodgers boosted his season total to nine touchdowns with a 37-yard scoring catch from Jerry Tagge and a 13-yard, sprint from scrimmage. He Didn't Win the Argument Baltimore manager Earl Weaver argues with home plate -umpire John Kibler in fifth inning of Saturday's World Series game with Pittsburgh. Weaver wanted Kibler to check with third and first base officials to see if Pirates' Richie Heb- -ner swung or checked his swing on a pitch.
Umps ruled Hebner checked his swing. (AP Photofax) Photo by McCarty, staff photoorapher omecommg Bigler Not Enougl i yards on 24 carries wasn't enough, however, as Morningside suffered a 21-0 defeat. Putting the stop to Bigler are Frank Metzger at the knees and Mike Woodley at the shoulders. Morningside's hard running back Dave Bigler (35) shows why he is the leading rusher in the North Centra! Conference as he picks up eight yards against the University of Northern Iowa Saturday night. Bigler's 96 Hawks Bow in Heartbreaker SOUTH DAKOTA SPOILS JACKRABBIT HOBO DAY Dean Carlson connected with hefty sophomore Ike Harris on two long touchdown passes and riddled Kansas State's porous pass defense for 235 yards in the air Saturday, pacing Iowa State to a 24-0 victory.
The Cyclones, now 1-1 in the Big Eight Conference and 4-1 for the season, put points on the scoreboard three of the first six times they had the ball to build a 17-0 lead which K- State never threatened. The Wildcats blew a chance to get in the game when Ron Coppenbarger intercepted a Carlson pass and returned it 49 yards to the Iowa State 12 early in the second quarter. But K-State let the opportun ity slip away as Fred Merrill got trapped for a nine-yard loss on a reverse and John Goerger missed a 30-yard field goal at tempt. Carlson Hits Harris Carlson promptly drilled a 64- yard touchdown pass to six- foot-four, 210-pound Harris for the 17-0 lead. Carlson also hit Harris from 28 yards out five minutes into the second half for the 24-0 bulge.
That pass capped a 51-yard Cyclone drive in nine plays. Carlson finished with 18 com' pletions in 29 attempts, the best game in his career. Harris caught five passes for 123 yards and Keith Krepfley, five for 51 Kansas State, its home coming spoiled, suffered its first shutout since Iowa State trimmed the Wildcats, 17-0, midway in the 1967 season. Goal by Shoemake The Cyclones scored the sec ond time they had the ball with Reggie Shoemake booting a 44-yard field goal behind a bliste- ry south wind after Iowa State moved 26 yards for a pair of first downs. on their fourth possession, the Cyclones drove 57 yards in five plays to send George Amundson careening two yards into the end zone on a quick pitch off the left side.
Carlson passed 19 yards to Dave McCrury and Amundson rom ped 36 yards with the pitchout to set it up. ine score reached 17-0 on Iowa State's sixth possession. Carlson passed 64 yards to Har ris for this touchdown, Harris catching the ball in' a crowd at the Kansas State 25, breaking a tackle and storming in for the score to cap an 80-yard drive. Iowa St. 10 7 7 024 Kansas St 0 0 0 00 Isu FG Shoemake 44 Isu Amundson 2 run (Shoemake KICK) Isu Harris 64 pass from Carlson fShoemake klrkl Isu Harris 21 pass from Carlson (snoemaxe kick) A 32,000 STATISTICS Iowa Stale Kansas State First down 19 14 Rushes-yards 42-97 SO-88 Passing vardaqe 271 134 Return yardage 33 86 Passes 17-30-1 15-25-1 Punts 6-37 7-3? Fumbles lost 1 2 Yards penalized 30 30 BALTIMORE (AP) The Baltimore Orioles, bouncing back from the brink of elimina tion, defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2 in the 10th inning Saturday when heavy-breathing Brooks Robinson drove in flat-footed Frank Robinson with a sacrifice The Robinsons, heroes of Series past for the Orioles, combined forces in the 10th in ning of a mind-numbing, tension-filled game that sent the 1971 World Seres into a decisive seventh chapter.
Even Brooks felt unsettled as he stepped to the plate with Frank on third base and Mery Rettenmund on first base, one out and the score tied in the 10th inning. "I -was breathing a little hard when I got up there," Brooks said afterwards in the winner's interview room. Lofts Fly to Center With the count 1-2, Brooks reached out for a Bob Miller pitch and lofted the ball softly to center field where Vic Dava- lillo raced in, made the grab and fired home. Now the, only thing be tween the Orioles and victory was the 90 feet between third and home and Frank's two feet. "Mv feet are flat," said Frank, "but they are great." And he proved it, dashing to ward home as Davalillo's throw came in to catcher Manny Sanguillen a few feet up the line.
Frank slid under the catcher and met the plate with a graceful slide as plate umpire John Kibler flashed the safe sign. Suddenly it was over- Frank's walk, a single by Merv Rettenmund and Brooks' sacri fice flv having done it and the Oriole-oriented crowd went celebration. Buford in Spotlight as much as the triumph belonged to a combination of people, the performance of di minutive outfielder Don Buford couldn't be overlooked in spot lighting heroes for the Orioles this day. For Buford hit a homer that got the Orioles started, also col lected a single and a double and threw out Sanguillen when he tried to stretch a single into a double in the ninth inning. The victory squared the series at three games apiece- each team having won all its games at home and left Sun day's seventh game as the dea der.
The world champion Orioies will go with Mike Cuellar, the third game loser, against Steve Blass, the winner of the third game for the Pirates, in the fi nal contest which will be na tionally televised by NBC starting at 1 p.m., CDT. Pirates in Control Through six innings it looked as it the pirates naa ine game, the Series and a special niche in World Series history, After battling back from a 0-2 deficit to take three games at Pittsburgh, they were on the verge or becoming tne iirsi team in baseball history to an nex ttra world championship with four straight comeback victories. Despite a run-producing single by Bob Robertson in the second inning and Roberto Cle-mente's homer in the third it wasn't enough for the Pirates, as the slumbering Baltimore bats began to shake off the ef fect of a three-game slump. Scoreless for 22 straight in nings and limited to two hits through five innings by Pitts burgh starter Bob Moose, the Orioles struck for their first run in the sixth inning on Don Buford's homer and then tied it in the seventh. Belanger Starts It With one out in the seventh, Mark Belanger singled to get the Orioles started against reliever Bob Johnson.
Baltimore starter Jim Palm er then was called out on strikes but Belanger moved into scoring position by stealing second. When Johnson went to 3-1 on Buford, Pittsburgh Manager Danny Murtaugh called for his bullpen ace, Dave Giusti. Giusti finished the walk to Buford then found himself the victim of a looping single by Dave Johnson that tied it. Now the tension began to build, the Pirates needing a run See SERIES, Page ooners Belt Buffs NORMAN, Okla. (AP) Lightning Greg Pruitt flashed by Colorado on touchdown scampers of 66 and 12 yards and quarterback Jack Mildren hurled two long scoring bombs as second-ranked Oklahoma's thunderbolt wishbons-T offense blitzed Colorado 45-17 in a collision of two Big Eight grid pow ers here Saturday.
Pruitt, a converted split end who has emerged as one of col lege football's premier running backs, rushed for more than 150 yards as the Sooners ran up a 24-0 halftime lead. Mildren, who had kept Okla-hona's passing attack a secret until this game, hit John Harrison on a 54-yard scoring play in the first half, then combined with halfback Joe Wylie on a 68-yard touchdown in the sec ond half which broke the Buf falo's back. Buffs Score in 3rd Colorado made a contest out of it briefly in the third quarter as sophomore quarterback Ken Johnson hurled a 64 yard touchdown pass to Willie Nichols and tailback Charlie Davis hit pay-dirt on a 16-yard run. However, the Buff defense couldn't halt OU's rampaging attack which rolled up more than 600 yards in total offense. It was the second straight week that Oklahoma had knocked over one of the nation's top ranked teams, and the victory set the stage for a mammoth showdown with No.
1-ranked Nebraska on Thanksgiving Day for the Big Eight title and possibly the national championship. The Sooners, who crushed Texas 48-27 last week, made a strong bid for the top ranking as they rushed for almost 500 yards against a Colorado team which had dumped such foot ball giants as Ohio State and Louisiana State. 67 Total Yards 1 The Sooners wound up with an awesome total of 670 yards runnine and Passing, a new school record and the second biggest offensive production in Big Eight history. Ironically, Colorado holds the record of 675 total yards set against Air Force last year. Mildren, who had passed only once in OU's win over Southern California and just twice against Texas, completed four of five for 172 yards.
In addition to his two scoring tosses, Mildren hit Harrison on a 30-yarder to set up Roy Bell's third three-yard plunge which wrapped up the scoring in the final period. Colorado, held to only 35 yards rushing, finally got on the scoreboard with 9:18 left in the third quarter as Johnson found Nichols wide open. But OU stormed right back, driving 6S yards with Pruitt sprung by a bclock from Wylie zipping in from the 14. Colorotlo 0 0 IT 017 Oklahoma 14 10 7 14 66 run (Carroll kick) OU Harrison 5S4 pass from Mildren (Carroll kick) OU FG Carroll OU Mildren 3 run (Carroll kick) Col Nichols 64 pass from Johnson (Dean kick) OU Pruitt 66 run (Carroll kick) Col Dovls 16 run (Dean kick) Cn pri rienn OU Wylie 68 pass from Mildren (Car- roil kick) OU Sell 3 run (Carroll kick) A 61 366. STATISTICS Colorado Ok ahoma First downs -18 27 Rushes-yards 35 63 73-W Passifiq vardoae 1' D.t.irn vnreietn 16 64 Posses 14-33-2 4-5-0 Punts 83' 2-3 Fumbles lost 0 5 yards penalized 78 Coyolc Player Ruled Ineligible VERMILLION, S.D.
Special: Dr. Wayne Gutzman, University of South Dakota's faculty representative to the North Central Conference, has been informed by the commissioner's office that USD football player Jon Galloway has been declared ineligible. Galloway, a junior halfback from South Bend, was held out of Saturday's victory over South Dakota State because of the ruling. South Dakota officials said further details on the ineligibil ity will be forthcoming this week. Last Such Win Posted in 1951; It's 37-18 Now BROOKINGS, S.D.
Special: The University of South Dakota took out 20 years frus trations on South Dakota State by beating the Jackrabbits 37- 18 in the annual Hobo Day foot ball game here Saturday. It was 1951 when USD last beat SDSU in a Hobo Day contest This time the Coyotes stormed into a 31-0 halftime advantage and the outcome was never in doubt after that. The Jacks did notch three of the last four scores but it made little differ ence then except in the final score. South Dakota quarterback Tom Engelman got his team on the board with 6:39 left in the first frame by dashing one yard. Just two minutes later the Coyotes' John Devine blocked a punt and rambled 10 yards with the ball for another six-pointer.
USD continued its surge into the second period as Tom Theo bald ran 10 yards for a TD, Engelman ran six for another and Barry Blue kicked a 44-yard field goal. The Jackrabbit attack, which did perform much better Sat urday than in any recent match, finally moved into the end 2one in the. last quarter on Fred Spoiled by Morningside Team Muffs Two Scoring Giances By KEN BECKER jAiirnnl 4nnrt Writer Morningside's sputtering of fense could not solve the Uni versity of Northern Iowa de fense when it counted as the Panthers spoiled the Sioux City club's homecoming Saturday night, 21-0. It was the third loss in a row for the Chiefs after open ing the season with three vie tories. In the three defeats, all in North Central Conference play, the offense has managed but one touchdown and six points.
The Cedar Falls team also had trouble moving the ball Three times, however, the Panthers crossed the goal line with two of them resulting from de fensive play. Hamann Hurt But the first TD of the night by the visitors was earned by the offense. Quarterback Al Wichtendahl surprised the Morningside defense by hitting speedster Dave Harskamp with a long pass on a third down, two yards to go situation from their own 40. The Sioux Center, Iowa, sprinter simply outran the Chief secondary the 60 yards to the goal. Gene Diet rich added the first of three extra point kicks and UNI had a 7-0 lead with 12:24 to play in the first half.
Seven plays and about two and half minutes later the Panthers were on the board again. Morningside took the kickoff on its own 12 and mov ed it out to the 26 before being stopped. On fourth down, with Stan Hamann standing inside his own 10 to receive the center snap, the ball sailed over Hani arm's head. Hamann retreat ed to the end zone but couldn't find the handle as UNI camel rushing in. The Panther's Scott Evans ended up with it for a touchdown.
Hamann was injured on the play and was carried from the field with a reported neck injury. miss Two Chances UNI's third TD came in the second half, 7:01 before the fi nal gun. Mike Woodley intercepted a Rocky Kulsrud pass and returned it 29 yards before being stopped on Morningside's 36. Eight plays later Wichtendahl hit Larry Skartvedt with a 12-yard pass for the TD. The big play in the drive was a 12-yard aerial from Wichtendahl to Harskamp.
Morningside missed two good scoring opportunities, one in each half. With Dave Bigler once again called on as the workhorse, the Chiefs moved from their own eight to the 40 before running out of gas late in! the first quarter. Hamann 's' punt, however, was fumbled and' Morningside's Bruce Schenckj came up with it at the 22. Four running plays, with Bigler doing1 the toting, got the Chiefs a first and goal at the eight. Stopped at UNI 25 Two more Bigler carried cut the distance in half but an in complete pass led to a Dan Mc- Clannahan field goal attempt, which was blocked.
The second half drive started IM, 21-0 with Morningside, as usual, having poor field position at its own 20. Aided by a 15-yard UNI penalty and three complete passes by Kulsrud, the Chiefs moved to the Panthers' 25. The UNI de fense stiffened, however, and the home club gave up the ball on the 33. Statistically, the two teams' were just about even. Morning--side, behind Bigler's 96 yards on 24 carries, gained 144 rush-1 ing and 82 in the air for 226 total yards.
UNI with 122 rushing, 73 by Jerry Roling on 29 carries, and 106 passing totaled 228. Each team lost the ball four times. The win keeps the Panthers undefeated in conference play with a 3-0 record, all shutouts. They are 3-3 for the season. UNI 0 0 7211 Mo -0 0 0 0- 0 tendahl (Dietrich kick) UNI Horskomo 60 pass from Wichtendahl (Dietrich kick).
UNI Evans fumble recovery In end zone (Dietrich kick) UNI Skartdt 12 pass from Wldv tendohl (Dietrich kick) STATISTICS UNI Mem 13 11 82 129-2 2 3' First downs Rushing vorrJs Passing vords Return yards Passes Punts Ptmb'w lost Penalties II 122 106 67 J-17-2 2 63 Local Central Soohomorej 34, East Soohomp'res Heelon Soohomores 7. Sioux Foils tto1 coin Sophomores 6 Norvnern Iowa 21, MORNINGSIDE 0 Colleges NORTH CENTRAL North Dokota 23, North Dakota State T' South Dakota 37, South Dakota State II Monkalo State 32, Auoustano 7 Northern Iowa 21, Mornmasidt 0 BIG TEN Minnesota 19. Iowa 14 Mlchloon 35. Hums 6 ruraue zi, Northwestern Wisconsin 31, Mlchloon Stat Ohio State 27. Indiana BIG EIGHT Nebraska $5, Kansas 0 Iowa Stnte 74.
Kanm Ktnt A Oklahoma 45, Colorodo 17 melanoma Mate sr. Missouri 16 IOWA Mlnoesota 19. lowo 14 lowo State 24. Kansas S'ate 0 Northwestern 23. Yankton 7 Tomoo 36.
Drake 2 Rioon 3S. Grinneil 22 Monmouth 17, Cornell 15 Buena Visto 17. Uooer tews 14 Wartburo 42. Dubuaue 15 Iowa Wesievon 14. DePauw 7 Coe Beloit 0 Terkio 23, Groceland 13 turner 1, Simpson 3 Westmar 34.
Sioux Fails Northern lowo 21, MorninaMde 0 Willlom Perm 14, Iowa Central 14 Enwwvti JC 45, Northern Iohko Jf IKttan mils JC (CertferviMe) 2, Grand Raoids, Mirh, JC SI NEBRASKA Nebraska 5S, Kansas 0 1 Hastinos 16, Dana 6 Miuk id 20. Coicordio 20 (tie) keornev Stae 28. Pe-v S--ote 14 Nebraska Wesievon 21. Btihet 9 Chodron State 36, South Dakota Teds I Wovne Stole Leo 13 Nebrasko-Omoa 16, Southern Colorodo Doon 33, Missouri Western 0 Fairowy JC Garoen Cltv JC 20 SOUTH DAKOTA South Dakota 37. South Dakota Stat II Monkoto Stale 32, Auoustono 7 Northwestern town) 2s.
Yankton 7. Black Hills State 21, Huron 21 (tie) Northern Stole .10, Dakota Sfae li Wertmor 34, Sioux Foils 6 south xtkora-sorino'ieio Dakota Welwvcm 1.1 Clwdron Sto- IK Dakota Tech I MINNESOTA Minnesota 19. lowo 14 Monkoto Stote 32, Auoustang 1 tor.o i. eerei Lawrence 2' Corieon Concorda 21. Mocai-ter Moorheorl S'ae 22.
Mlnreso'is-Mwrls Bemidil S'ate V. Southwest Minnesota IT HAmllne 24, 7 Mlnnevrfa-O'luth 14. St. Thomos 8 St. Jonn 20, Gusaws Adolonu 19 St.
Tlot 21, Knox 26 ConrvAa (St. Paul) 25. Northwestern 1W.S 14 Worthineton S'fe JC 2. Rochester JCM EAST tost Artelnhl 21, Albany v. NY I American Int'i 7.
Botes Colieoe. Amrerst 14. Rochever 6 Brkmetvrt 21 Montcloir 13 Co'neoie-MeMon 74. Aiieohwiv Clork Umv 7, Uor-e Collq 1 Const Guord Tu'ts It Coiumo.n 15. YOt 14 Connecticut 21.
Maine Sei SCORES, Page I) 1 im SCORES IOWA CITY, Iowa liPl Min nesota converted a late Iowa fumble into the deciding touchdown Saturday to escape with a 19-14 Big Ten football victory over the winless and mistake- prone Hawkeyes. Ernie Cooks one-yard run provided the go-ahead score with 5:50 to play and capped a six-play, 28-yard drive started when Scott Irwin recovered a Frank Sunderman fumble at the Iowa 25. Cook's touchdown came on a fourth down and one-yard play. The victory left Minnesota 3-3 over-all and 2-1 in the confer ence and dropped Iowa and new coach Frank Lauterbur to 0-6 and 0-4, respectively. An electrifying 70-yard Sun derman to Jerry Reardon pass lifted Iowa to a 14-13 lead a minute into, the final quarter.
Sunderman's three-yarder to Don Osby had staked Iowa to a 7-0 second-quarter lead. Iowa Defense Tough The Iowa defense, riddled for a nation-leading 205 points five previous games, held Min nesota to 29 and 40-yard field goals by Mel Anderson as Iowa held a 7-6 halftime lead. Minnesota rolled 42 yards in eight plays after a short Sun derman punt to take a 13-7 lead with 1:44 left in the third quarter. Cook got the touchdown on a one-yard run. Cook ran for 175 yards in 33 carries as Minnesota took a 371 to 323 offensive yardage edge.
Iowa's Sunderman, the nation's ninth leading passer, finished 15 of 24 for 239 yards. Iowa's defense shone in the early going, keeping the Goph-I ers out of Hawkeye territory until the final seven minutes of the first half. Ater Harry Kokolus missed on field goals of 34 and 4 yards, Iowa mounted a 90-yard, 11-play drive mostly on Sunder man's passing to take a 7-0 lead. Three Sunderman to Osby passes accounted for 59 yards, including the touchdown. Last Second Score Anderson's first field goal came after a 61 -yard march bogged down at 'he Iowa 12.
His second came with one sec ond left after the Gophers drove from their own four-yard line in 13 plays in less than four minutes. Iowa took the opening second- half kickoff from own 30 to the Minnesota 21 before soccer- style kicker Kokolus misfired on a 38-yard field goal. Minnesota's first touchdown drive came two series later. Dave Simms recovery of a Craig Curry pitchout at the Minnesota 46 set up Iowa's go- ahead fourth quarter touch' down. Sunderman lost nine yards trying to pass, bu( after a screen pass lost six more yards, he hit Reardon with a perfect strike on ths right sidelines for the long TD.
Six Cook carries, plus an eight-yard personal foul penal- See IOWA, Page I Kinney plunged one yard for one touchdown before registering his 66-yard spectacular, the longest run from scrimmage is his Nebraska career. Alternate quarterback Van Brownson sneaked for a one yard fourth quarter touchdown and substitute defender Pat Fischer returned a pass interception 14 yards for the final "tally. The 1 hard-hitting defensive unit set up two of the first three Nebraska scores. Interception by Terrio Bob Terrio picked off a David Jaynes pass on the Kansas 32 to open the door for the opening touchdown. I In the second quarter a hard tackle by Dick Rupert jarred loose Gary Adams' grasp on a Jeff Hughes' punt and Daryl recovered' on the Kansas 29 to set the stage for another TD.
Kansas finished with a net loss of 42 yards rushing but gained 98 yards on the passes by Jaynes, sophomore quarter back. Jaynes, who started but Talternated later with veteran jDan Heck, completed 7-21 but "had three picked Tagge 10 of 18 Tagge completed 10-18 for 10S yards and one touchdown, with one intercepted. Brownson replaced Tagge after Nebraska had run its lead to 35-0, completed 2-7 with two intercepted. Kinney and his alternate, Dixon, led Nebraska rushers with 104 yards apiece. Dixon's total included a one-yard touchdown run in the first period.
It was Nebraska's homecoming and participants in half-time ceremonies included television star Johnnny Carson, a Nebraska alumnus. Kansas 0 0 0 00 Nebraska 14 13 1455 Near Kinney i run (sanaer kick) Nebr Dixon 1 run (Sanaer kick) Nebr Taao 1 run (Sanaer kick) Nebr Rodoers 37 pass from Taaae (Snnoer kick) Nebr Kinney 66 run (Sanaer kick) Nebr Rodoers 13 run (kick failed) Nebr Brownson 1 run (Sanqer kick) Nebr Fischer 14 pass Interception returned (Sanaer kirk) STATISTICS A 66.331. Kansas Nebraska Flrsf downs 7 23 Rushes-yards 42 67-405 Pisslna vardoae 91 127 Return yardaqe 8 90 Punts 11-40 2-37 Fumbles lost 5 1 Yards pencilled 35 97 Hastings Rolls Late Over Dana, 16-6 BLAIR, Neb. Ml Four costly interceptions and a devastating rushing attack in the fourth quarter boosted Hastings past Dana Saturday afternoon 16-6 In a Nebraska Intercollegiate 1 Athletic Conference football contest. Hastings led only 10-6 going Into the fourth quarter when it intercepted a Curt McLaughlin pass and moved for its second TD of the afternoon.
Hastings then allowed only two Dana -plays in the fourth quarter following the fourth McLausrMin interception and k-ppt the ball a total of 14:30 in the last period. and then at 4:36 Richardson and Richardson's five-yard pass to Phil Houser. Lots of action was jammed into the closing moments as three touchdowns were posted in less than a minute. Les Tu-ma put SDSU on the scoreboard again with a five-yard run at the 5:24 mark. With 4:53 left Blue passed to Bill Elwess for a 48-yard USD score Houser hooked up once more for 68 yards and a final TD.
USD is now 2-2 in North Cen- tral Conference play and the Jackrabbits are 0-3. Over-all South Dakota stands 2-5 and SDSU 1-5. South Dakota South Dakota Staff 14 17 0 6-37 OOO 1518 USD- Tom Enolman 1 run (Barrv iiue kick) USD- John Devine 10 run with blocked punt (Blue Kick) U5D: 10m ineoooia 10 run (Blue kick) usd: Engelman 6 run (Blue KICK) USD- FG Blue 44 SDSU: Phil Houser 5 doss from Fred Richardson (Kick foiled) susu: i.es luma run (doss tanea) USD: Bill Elwess 49 pass from Blue (kick blocked) SDS: Houser 61 pass from Rlohardson (run. failed) i at lines USD SDSU 18 Firit downs 15 Rusblno vords 324 157 128 6-26-2 Passing yards ill Passes 4-13-2 Fumbles lost 3 Punts 5-281 Penalties 13-104 11-79 Orient Champ Wins SEOUL JI Orient feather weight champion Kim Hyun of South Korea won a unanimous 12-round decision over challen ger Zensake Utagawa of Japan Saturday night, retaining his title. K-Slale tv VW, AlV4 'JA if Je.v nVtt, Long Afternoon for Saturday.
Cyclones put it together for 21-0 whitewashing of Wildcats. (AP K-S(ate fullback Bill Holman is surrounded by Iowa Staters as he bucks for a few yards in Big Eight game at Manhattan,.
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