The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on November 5, 1967 · 21
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l-S Copyright. 1M7. Des Moines Register and Tribune Company Des Moines, Iowa, Sunday Morning, November 5, 19(57 Gopher Scare: Sub Cilek Drills 'Em for 192 Air Yards lifeO conn i nccD i ul rr 23r-!Bi J? Aj sm; ICr SPO L2 DEEP -1 Iffe y jV loose BAut jflujirYrnmo -U W.VV,,, syTr . L ;.,. ' WW , Vrf f X .A' L-V I af S ...v A i ,1 Statistics .rST'i' i jMf VVn , itl, V Jjir V1" IT C . 1 S t - - V ' V T VC xlTV V Net yards Dassina 19 11)8 Leading 7-0, Minnesota appears ready for another touchdown when Maury Forte gains 10 yards on a tricky reverse . . . fey 4- COLD HANDS, HOT FOOTBALL 5 i, 1L; Mi; ison MAD SCRAMBLE f - W.t tJ imu I.. r" 4 S. Miller nit 6 tri&::r tMfe 2 71 )M lit. 0 5 19 I) 0 5 15 5 4 :.jif , " , f i t mmimJ'- 4aiflffrVtW fitAAt. jMtkfaa- w' k..,- 'vVi , SUNDAY" REGISTER FOOTBALL PHOTOS BY JOHN HOULETTE . . . Before Iowa's hard-tackling defenders jar ball loose near goal and after frantic pursuit Hawks make recovery. CYC UN3 SWIE! Drake Clears .500 Mark, First downs By rushmq By passing By Penalty Net yards rushinej Gained rushino. Lost rushing Net yards Dassina Passes afterrtDted Passes completpd Passes inlercPDted by Yards interepptions returned Rushma and passinq plavs 71 Total vardaoe ?11 Punts and averaae 8-3(1 Punts blocked 0 Punts returned 5 Yards returned 75 K ickoffs returned 4 Yards returned 70 Penalties 3 Yards penalized ft Fumbles 2 Fumbles lost 2 SCORING Iowa 0 0 0 f 0 Minnesota 7 0 3 0 10 Minn - Sanders 17 pass from Wilson (Stein kickl Mmn - F. G. Stein 21 Attendance 54,731. By Maury White (Sunday Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA. - Iowa's crippled football team was able to generate a surprising amount of excitment here on a cold, blustery Saturday but (couldn't manufacture any points and fell to Minnesota, 10-0. Purists couldn't rate it a good !game, for the Gophers lost four of five fumbles and Iowa gave up the ball an equal number of times on errant passes. But it wasn't the massacre it might have been. Big, Bruising The Hawkeyes went the rnule I in 30-dcgree weather without quarterback Ed Podolak, ruled out Tuesday because of a cracked rib. lie was replaced by Mike Cilek, an Iowa City sopho- 'more with almost no experience. Thrown against a big. bruis ing Minnesota team that went into the game with a share of Pofc W 11 ?A-9lWe Bis T,,n lead ,and sli" has UIUOIO kJ tlf , (JIUIC( xJTtX it wi th a 4-0 mark), Cilek com pleted 12 of 35 passes for 192 yards. I.S.U. Has Minus 5 Rushing ; By Ron Ma4y (Sunday Register Stuff Writer) :l INCOLN, NEB. - Nebraska . nursed a three-point lead ;well into the third quarter, ; finally added some insurance and let its vaunted defense do enth straight in this series, jord slip to 2-6 and its Big Eight the rest Saturday in a 12-0 foot ball victory over Iowa State. So impressive was the Corn-husker defense, which leads the nation, that Iowa State didn't get a first down until the final play of the third period and finished the game with minus five yards rushing. The victory, Nebraska's sev- squared its Big Eight record at 2-2 and kept alive its slim chances of figuring in a fifth successive conference championship. Costly Punt Iowa State, which was playing on the road for the final time this year, saw its over-all rec- mark drop to 1-4. An 11-yard Cyclone punt helped set up a Nebraska field goal in the game's first four minutes. The rest of the half amounted to a punting duel be- By a Special Correspondent DROOKINGS, S.D. Drake scored in lightning-like thrusts There were those four inter-- fnr a 9JUI halftimp lparl thpn withstood a record rushing rentinns. of course two of plunged one yard for a touch- ff t b Sou(h Dakota State fullback Darwin Gonnerman to which cut off forays at the down with 5 minutes 29 sec onds left in the third period and Nebraska added a safety still later in the quarter. win, 34-21. "" " , nine and 10-yard lines but a The game played in 20-dcgree Dakla' a ,cam mat 'nst DV! Dad's Day crowd of 54,731 had temperature and snow flurries,42"1 i0 Soulh Dakota Sta,e two ', "cf ,he Hawkeyes, and . . week ago. ; Click, for rising to a cnal- Coach Jack Wallace's team I lenge. used the Gary McCoy-to-Bob , Tne sarj nart for Iowa is that fore a crowd of 65,078 thatiL both of which were started I The victory was Drake's Misncr passing combination for another determined effort ended l.n..AJ OO ,iinniUM I 1 .......... fourth straight after tnree i losses. The Bulldogs' home; DRAKE j IOWA - finale is Saturday with South Continued on Page Ten I Continued on Page Four T . . . . . J drew only 600 spectators. Iowa State missed a couple of, ' r x l. r a .onnH srnrinir rhancps in the first rourm sirdigni ew.,v- U. ...e . - braved 33-degree weather. Frank Patrick, the Huskers' 6-foot 7-inch quarterback, CYCLONES - Continued on Page Nine WIREPHOTO (API Stingy Oklahoma Defense Builds 23-0 Success Over Colorado sunny 50-degree afternoon, idowns resulted from Colorado pushed the Sooners' conference errors. One Buffalo Threat The Sooners, favored by a By Jim Moackler (Sunday Register Staff Writer) NORMAN, OKLA. - Oklaho-j record to 3-0 and put them in ma blended its efficient of-; solid contention in the title fpnsp with the nation's stineiestnaSe- Kansas is 4-0 after a 17-:touchdown against the national- defense against scoring Satur-! 16 triumph over Kansas State. ( ly ninth-ranked Buffs, choked day in whipping Colorado, 23-0,! On the heels of a 10-7 upset off Colorado's only serious in a Big Eight Conference foot- by Oklahoma State a week i inreai a secona-quaner cirive ball game. ! ago. the loss seriously dam- jtnat was haltcd at tne 0kla" Thp trinmnh hpfnrp a hnmpJ apnd nerhans even wiDed nut j noma a-aru une coming crowd of 62.000 on a the Buffaloes' championship 1 ambitions. Colorado is now .1-2 in the Innn. led bv craftv ouarterbackigit1S' linebackerS Don Pfrimmer D ur I a A . , I M R'ck Goodwin and tackle Bob Warmack and tailback RonJohn Titswortn ,ed th d f Shoots. Oklahoma erected a 10-0 (hat ,imi(ed Colorado , ,gl lead on Mike Vachon s ds tota, offense 21-yard field goal and 44-yard.' The Sooner defense which touchdown drive following a pass interception. The two fourth-quarter touch The Buffs never came closer than the Oklahoma 43 after that. Lineman Granville Lig- IT'S 00: EAST TAKES TITLE i STORY: PAGE 8-S j Purdue Zips on K eyes9 3 O CtiM$ Scores, 225 Yards, 42-9 v 0F ALL SP0RTS SOONERS Continued on Page Seven By Chuck Burdick (Sunday Register Staff Writer) pHAMPAIGN. ILL. Leroy Keyes put on another brilliant offensive exhibition here Saturday as Purdue buried Illinois. 42-9, for its fourth straight Big Ten football victory. Tho virtnrv kpnl Piirrlup tiprl I for the conference lead with !maker single-game rushing rec- Indiana and Minnesota. ,ra WI,n yardS 21 carr,es- Keyes, who scored four touch- That ,opPed Ton-v Bukovich's downs in last week's 41-22 vic. 20J against Hlinois in 1943. , , , , . , It took the 191-pound junior a PURDUE Nebraska' fs Ken Geddes does cartwheel while trying to block punt by Cyclones Bob Brouillette. added three Saturday, passed for another and broke the all-time Boiler- Football GREATER DES MOINES Roosevelt 0. East 0 Warriors 70. Quad-Cities 6 BIG TEN Indiana 14, Wisconsin 9 Michigan 7. Northwfstfrn 3 Minnesota 10, Iowa 0 Ohio State 21, Michigan Sute 7 Purdue 42 Illinois 9 BIG EIGHT Kansas 17, Kansas State lf Missouri 7, Oklahoma State 0 Nebraska 12, towa State 0 Oklahoma 23, Colorado 0 Continued on Page Three i Continued on Page Seven i i-ii - i iv i rii ,ri r i-1 j ri - r- -i -r ' ii " ' - - - - - f j-- - - -

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