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DES MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER OCTOBER 30, 1977 5D mm Statistics Nebraska Okie. State 21 12 63-318 54-196 74 63 29 0 10-6-2 5-2-2 4-43 6-34 0-0 1-0 7-54 3-25 SCORING 0 14 14 3-31 7 8 0 7-14 roundup Dickinson 20, Maryland 14 Elizabeth City State 7, Fevetlevllle State 0 Eton 27, Gardner-Webb 7 Florida 36, Tuskegee 20 Fort Valley State 17, Md -Eastern Shore 14 Hampden-Svdnev 38, Emory Henry 20 Howard U. 20, Hampton Institute 14 Jacksonville State 15, Delia Stale 13 James Madison 21, Randolph-Macon 0 KnoxvHIe 43, Fisk 0 Lenoir Rhyne 53, Liberty Baptist 0 Livingstone 21, St. Paul's 7 Mars Hill 33, Catawba 0 Middle Tennessee 15, Austin Peav 6 Morehead Stale 20, Kentucky 20 Morris Brown 15, Albany Slate (Ga.) 3 Murray Slate 24, Kentucky 20 Newberry 24, Savannah State 10 North Carolina AS.T 28, Morgan State 0 Shepherd 31, Fairmont 24 C. Stale 45, N.C.

Central 12 Connecticut 27, Salisbury Stale 24 Southwestern (Tenn.) 21, Marvvllle 21 Tennessee Tech 63, Tennessee Slate 20 Virginia Union 26, Virginia Slate 14 Washington 0, Jefferson 24, Bethany (W Va.) I Washington Lee 33, Brldgewaier (Va.) 13 W.Va. State 19, Glenville State 7 Va. Tech 38, Lock Haven Stale 13 West Liberty 24, Concord 24 Winston-Salem 31, J.C. Smith 0 SOUTHWEST Abilene Christian 35, Stephen F. Austin 21 Arkansas 21, Arkansas Tech 11 Ouachita Baptist 38, Arkansas 27 Prairie View 3, Mississippi Valley 0 Sam Houston State 28, Howard Payne 9 SW Texas Slate 34, Texas State 20 Tarlelon Slate 12, Harding 7 Texas AM 35, Angek) Stale 7 Trinity 21, Sul Ross State 14 FAR WEST Aiusa Pacific 13, St.

Mary's (Calif.) 6 CaiHornia-DavIs 31, Santa Clara 3 California Lutheran 45, U.S. International 22 Chico Stale 7, Hayward State 7 Claremont-Mudd 13, Pomona 0 Montana 29, Montana Tech 18 New Mexico 14, Central State (Okla.) 7 Humboldt Stale 19, San Francisco State 13 Lewis Clark 28, Pacific (Ore.) I Llnfleld 41, Willamette 10 Los Angeles Stale 9, San Diego U. 0 Mesa, Aril. 14, Fort Lewis, Colo. 14 Nevada-Reno 75, Sacramento State 0 Northrldge Stale 19, Cal Poly-Pomona 0 Portland Slate 34, Oregon Col 22 Redlands 22, Occidental 21 up Billy Todd's field goal and the final Nebraska points.

Oklahoma State got a late touchdown on Bailey's 55-yard pass to Gerald Bain. Gives Aide Credit Osborne credited his defensive coordinator, Lance Van Zandt, with stopping the Cowboys from pulling off their critical fake punt when the teams were in a 7-7 stalemate. "Lance used to coach down here and he kuew they had that play," said Osborne. "We worked on it this week, moving our tackles out just in case they tried it." A tackle didn't make the stop, but no matter. It didn't work.

Vince Orange took a short snap from center at his 47 while needing two yards for a first down, but ran into Larry Young and lost two yards. "Right now we're on the threshold of becoming a very good team," said Osborne, whose Cornhuskers have lost only to Iowa State in league play. "We're in the thick of the conference race, but we're sure not out of the woods yet." Curtis Craig begs to differ. The Huskers have games left with Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma and the former Central Davenport all-stater is looking ahead with optimism. "I don't think anybody can beat us now," he said.

-i Continued from Page One North Dakota Slate 9, South Dakota 6 IOWA CONFERENCE Bucna Vista 35, Luther 16 Central 37, Simpson 0 Dubuque 14, Upper Iowa 13 Wartburg 28, William Perm 12 MIDWEST CONFERENCE Coe42, GrirtnU7 Cornell 37, Kno 0 Lawrence 55, Beloit 0 Monmouth 20, Carleton 0 Riponat Chicago (n) TRI-STATE CONFERENCE Northwestern 28, Sioux Falls (S.D.I 10 St. Olaf 25, Bethel (Minn.) 13 IOWA COLLEGE Graceland 38, Central Methodist 35 Iowa Wesleyan 48, St. Ambrose 20 Loras 26, Mount Scenario I Wis.) 24 JUNIOR COLLEGE North Iowa 33, Marshalltown 15 Ellsworth at Iowa Central (n) Waldorf at Iowa Lakes (n) IVY LEAGUE Brown 20, Harvard 15 Dartmouth 14, Columbia 7 Pennsylvania 21, Princeton 10 Yale 28, Cornell 0 YANKEE CONFERENCE Albany State (N.Y.) 42, Maine 39 Colgate 43, Boston U. 22 Delaware 28, Connecticut 0 Rhode Island 21, New Hampshire 20 MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE Ball State 38, Appalachian State 7 Central Michigan 35, Bowling Green 28 Eastern Michigan 42. Akron 28 Miami (Ohio) 27, Toledo 3 Northern Illinois 21, Kent State 18 Westei Michigan 28, Ohio U.

22 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE Clemson 26, Wake Forest 0 Duke 25, Georgia Tech 24 North Carolina 16, Maryland 7 North Carolina State 7, South Carolina 3 Syracuse6, Virginia 3 SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE Alabama 7, Mississippi State 7 Auburn 21, Florida 14 Georgia 23, Richmond 7 Kentucky32, Virginia Tech 0 Louisiana State 28, Mississippi 21 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE Furman 1J, Presbyterian 13 Louisville 5b, Marshall 0 Rutgers 2, William and Mary 21 Tennessee-Chattanooga 21, Citadel 14 Virginia Miliary 21, Davidson 0 Western Carolina 41, Woftord 6 SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE Arkansas iO, Rice 7 Houston 42, Texas Christian 14 Texas 26, Texas TechO Texas A. nd M. 38, Southern Methodist 21 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE Arkansas State 31, Northeast Louisiana 2Q Louisiana lech 34, Texas-Arlington 12 Nicholls Stue 24, McNeese Stale 7 Southwestern Louisiana 9, East Carolina 7 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Arizona Sllte 47, Utah 9 Brigham Yung 34, Arizona 14 Wyoming 9, Colorado State 13 PACIFIC EIGHT California Southern California 14 St anf ord 3, Oregon State 7 UCLA 20, Vashmgton 12 This week's college football GREATER DES MOINES Tuisa at Drake BIG TEN Indiana at Iowa Michigan State at Minnesota Purdue at Wisconsin Ohio State at Illinois Northwestern at Michigan BIG EIGHT Colorado at Iowa State Kansas State at Kansas Nebraska at Missouri Oklahoma at Oklahoma State MISSOURI VALLEY Ball Slate at Indiana Stale New Mexico at North Texas Slate Illinois Slate at Southern Illinois Wichita State at Louisville NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE South Dakota at Northern Iowa Auguslana at North Dakota Nebraska-Omaha at Western Illinois North Dakota State at Mornlngslde IOWA CONFERENCE William Penn at Dubuque Luther at Wartburg Simpson at Buena Vista Upper Iowa at Central MIDWEST CONFERENCE Coa at Cornell Knox at Monmouth Lawrence at Ripon Lake Forest at Beloit Carleton at Grlnnell Chicago at Milton TRI-STATE CONFERENCE Northwestern at Peru Slate Westmar at Mankalo IOWA COLLEGE SI. Ambrose at Maranafha Loras at Northwestern, Wis. Graceland at Missouri Valley Iowa Wesleyan at Eureka MIDWEST Marshall at Akron (n) Tennessee-Chaltanooga at Bowling Green Ball State at Indiana State Central Michigan at Kent State Toledo at Northern Illinois Georgia Tech at Notre Dame Cincinnati at Ohio U.

Illinois Slate at Southern Illinois Miami (O) at Western Michigan EAST Bucknell at Colgate Columbia at Cornell Brown at Dartmouth Penn at Harvard Southern U. at Howard Holy Cross at Massachusetts Syracuse at Navy Yale at Princeton Rutgers at Temple Pitt at West Virginia SOUTH Mississippi Valley State at Alcorn State East Carolina at Appalachian Slate Mississippi State at Auburn William and Mary at The Citadel Georgia vs. Florida at Jacksonville, Fla. Langslon al Grambling Stale Alabama al Louisiana State (n) Vlllanova al Maryland Tuiane at Miami, Fla. (n) Clemson at North Carolina Eastern Michigan al North Carolina A.

and T. Penn State al North Carolina State Nlcholls State at Northeast Louisiana (n) McNeese State at Northwestern Louisiana (n) Furman at Richmond Memphis Stale at Tennessee Tennessee-Martin at Tennessee State Kentucky at Vanderbilt VMI at Virginia Florida Stale at Virginia Tech Duke al Wake Forest SOUTHWEST Baylor vs. Arkansas at Lithe Rock (n) Southwestern Louisiana at Arkansas State Texas at Houston Louisiana Tech at Lamar Rice at Southern Methodist Southern Mississippi at Texas-Arlington Jackson State at Texas Southern (n) Texas Christian at Texas Tech FAR WEST Army al Air Force Coloredo State at Arizona (n) Wyoming al Aritona State (n) Utah at Brigham Young Washington at California Cal Pelv-Pomona at Fullerton Stale (n) Nevada-Las Vegas at Idaho (n) Fresno Slate vs. Long Beach State at Anaheim (n) Texas-El Paso at New Mexico (n) UCLA at Oregon Washington Slate at Oregon Stale San Diego Slate at Pacific (n) Hawaii at San Jose State Stanford at Southern California Utah State al Weber State NEBRASKA Continued from Page One Eight title race, tied for second with Iowa State at 3-1 behind league-leading Oklahoma, and are 6-2 overall. Oklahoma State slipped to 2-2 and 4-4.

After Miller and Hipp traded early touchdowns, Nebraska took advantage of a questionable Cowboy gamble a fake punt that failed near midfield to grab a 14-7 half time lead. Sorley, who totaled 123 yards rushing and passing, was the key figure in the go-ahead march. He ran for 33 of the 45 yards, sneaking over from the one. 2nd Interception But early in the third quarter, Oklahoma State's Gregg Johnson snared his second interception at the Nebraska 47. Harold Bailey relieved starter Randy Stephenson at quarterback and quickly moved the Cowboys to a second-and-four situation on the Husker 27.

However, their strategy here was debatable, too. Instead of calling on Miller, their bread-and-butter man, Bailey kept the ball three more times making it five straight carries for I0WAN BERLIN 17TH IN MEET CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) Mike Berlin of Muscatine, was in seventeenth place with a 12-game pinfall of 2,598 after Saturday's second round of the $60,000 Northern1 Ohio Open Professional Bowlers Association tournament. Berlin trails leader Rick Minier of Portland, who holds a two-pin edge over Joff Mattingly of Tacoma, Wash. Minier, seeking his first victory in five years on the tour, averaged 218 for his six games Saturday and has a total pinfall of 2,723, a 227 average. Golf MISSOURI INVITATIONAL AT COLUMBIA, MO.

Team Scaring 1 Stephens 653; 2. Indiana 654; 3. Missouri 661; 4. Kansas 64; 5. Iowa State 679; 6.

Wichita State 703; 7. Southern Illinois 717; 8. Southwest Missouri Stale 727, 9. Kansas Newman 781. Individual Results Medalist Diane Daughertv, Stephens, 77-76153 Iowa State Rachel Relcher 79-80159; Deb Moler 79-84163; Ann Barnes 89-88177; Krlsly Vlk 92-88180; Krlsly Elch 94-93187.

Sports today Trapshoots STATE At Waukee, Bancroft. si First downs Pushet-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punli Fumbles-losl Penalties-yards Nebraska Oklahoma St. OiU Miller 7 run (Ankerson klcK) Neb Hipp TO run (Todd kick) Neb Sorley I run (Todd klcK) Neo Hipp 1 run (Todd kick) Neb Craig 16 run (Todd kick) NeO FG 39 Todd OSU Bain 55 pass from Bailey (Ankerson kick) A 49,100 him but gained only two yards and the Huskers took over at their 25. That defensive stand helped determine the outcome. Oklahoma State was never in it from there on, thanks to what Craig was about to do.

Curtis unfurled a 33-yard sprint to the Cowboy 13, with Hipp soon getting his second touchdown for a 21-7 margin. Curtis Scoots 16 When the Huskers got the ball again on Tony Samuel's pass interception, Curtis scooted inside right tackle on another reverse and danced into the end zone from 16 yards out. He furnished one more long gainer in the last period, a 29-yard run to set 2nd-ranked Alabama glides, 37-7 JACKSON, MISS. (AP) Second-ranked Alabama crushed Mississippi State, 37-7, in Southeastern Conference football Saturday night, with Tony Nathan leading a slashing ground attack. Nathan gained 104 yards and one touchdown on five first-quarter carries.

He rushed twice more in the second quarter for 11 yards, and then sat down for the rest of the night. His touchdown came on a 59-yard run. Donnie Faust got Alabama's second score later in the opening period on a one-yard plunge. Mississippi State quarterback Bruce Threadgill kept the score close with his passing, completing three of six aerials for 46 yards in an 80-yard touchdown drive. James Otis Doss capped that march with a three-yard run.

However, Alabama scored again as the half ran out on a 30-yard pass from Jeff Rutledge to Keith Pugh. After that, the Crimson Tide dominated TAR HEELS TAKE LOOP LEAD COLLEGE PARK, MD. (AP) -North Carolina tied the score on a 36-yard pass by Matt Kupec late in the third quarter and then added three Tom Biddle field goals following Maryland turnovers to beat the Terps, 16-7, in an Atlantic Coast Conference defensive struggle Saturday. The victory left the Tar Heels atop the conference standings with a 3-0 record and dropped Maryland's three-time champions into third place behind Clemson, which beat Waka Forest, 26-0. Clemson is 4-1 and i Maryland 3-2.

North Carolina, trailing since early -in the game, tied the score, 7-7, with 1 minute 17 seconds left in the third period on a pass from Kupec to Mel Collins. George Scott fumbled the ensuing kickoff, Ken Mack recovered for the Tar Heels, and Biddle booted a 25-yard field goal on the first play of the last quarter. Ricky Barden and Alan Caldwell intercepted passes on Maryland's next two possessions, setting up Biddle field goals of 30 and 25 yards. North Carolina is 6-2 after winning its fourth in a row. Maryland is 4-4.

wasmngigt aiaie do, urrguii i SIG SKY CONFERENCE Ricks 29, Carroll (Mont.) 25 Colorado 14, Western Stale 10 Oregon 21, Oregon 14 Utah 41, New Mexico 10 Montana 42, Rocky Mountain 30 Washington 21, Washington 10 Westminster (Utah) 22, N.M. Highlands 21 Whlttler 13, LaVerne 0 NORTHERN STATES LEAGUE Cedar Rapids Falcons 38, Newton Nile Hawks 16 HIGH SCHOOL CLASS 2-A Gehlen (LeMars) 34, Klngsley-Plerson I Hamilton, III. 20, Notre Dame (Burllnulon) 6 Basketball NBA ATLANTIC DIVISION W. L. Pel.

G.B. New York 3 2 .600 Philadelphia 2 3 .400 1 Buffalo 2 4 -M3 I'i New Jersey I 4 .200 2 Boston 1 5 .167 2'4 CENTRAL DIVISION W. L. Pet. G.B.

New Orleans 4 1 .800 Atlanta 3 1 .750 Houston 3 2 .600 1 Cleveland 3 3 .500 lVS San Antonio 3 3 .500 Ivi Washington 1 3 .250 2'4 MIDWEST DIVISION W. Pet. G.B. Chicago 4 2 .667 Denver 4 2 667 Indiana 3 2 .600 Vi Detroit 4 3 .571 Vi Milwaukee 2 2 .500 1 Kansas City 3 4 .429 IV PACIFIC DIVISION W. Pet.

G.B. Portland 4 1 .800 Golden State 5 2 .714 Phoenix 2 .600 1 Los Angeles 2 5 .286 3 Seattle 1 5 .167 3' SATURDAY NIGHT'S GAMES Chicago 101, Seattle 97 Cleveland 103, Boston 98 Denver 127, Buffalo 111 Golden Stale 113, Philadelphia 110 Houston 125, Phoenix 112 Kansas City 120, Washington 106 New York 124, Detroit 117 San Antonio 129, Los Angeles 118 TONIGHT'S GAME Seattle at Milwaukee Hockey NHL PATRICK DIVISION W. L. T. Pis.

Philadelphia 2 1 11 N.Y. Islanders 4 2 3 11 N.Y. Rangers 4 4 1 9 Atlanta 3 2 3 9 SMYTH DIVISION W. L. T.

PtS. Colorado 3 2 3 9 Chicago 3 2 3 9 Vancouver 3 3 2 8 Minnesota 2 7 0 4 St. Louis 0 I I 1 NORRIS DIVISION W. T. PIS.

Montreal 1 2 14 Detroit 3 3 2 I Los Angeles 3 3 2 8 Pittsburgh 3 9 1 7 Washington 2 5 0 4 ADAMS DIVISION W. L. T. PtS. Toronto 4 1 2 10 Buffalo 4 2 1 9 Boston 3 3 3 9 Cleveland 4 4 0 1 SATURDAY NIGHT'S GAMES Atlanta 4, New York Rangers 3 Boston 5, Pittsburgh 3 Colorado 6, Vancouver 2 Los Angeles 5, Montreal 3 Minnesota 7, Washington 4 New York Islanders 4, Buffalo 2 Philadelphia 7, SI.

Louis 3 Toronto 7. Detroit 4 WHA W. I T. Pts. New England 6 1 1 13 Winnipeg 8 2 0 12 Indianapolis 4 2 2 10 Quebec 3 3 1 7 Houston 3 3 0 6 Edmonton 2 4 0 4 Cincinnati 1 5 0 2 Birmingham- 16 0 2 SATURDAY NIGHT'S GAMES Indianapolis 6, Birmingham 2 New England 7, Houston 2 TONIGHT'S GAMES Edmonton at Winnipeg Houston at Quebec AMERICAN LEAGUE Maine 4, Philadelphia 2 New Haven 3, Hampton 2 Springfield Nova Scotia CENTRAL LEAGUE Fort Worth 4, Salt Lake City 2 Kansas City 4, Tulsa 3 Phoenix 5, Dallas 5 (overtime) INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Kalamaioo 2, Milwaukee 2 Muskegon 4, Flint 1 Port Huron 4, Dayton 1 U.S.

LEAGUE Sioux City St. Paul, Minn. 2 COLLEGE Denver 6, Michigan 5 (ove-time) Minnesota 3, 2 Of GA 20 19 32 23 GF GA 37 26 17 21 39 41 GF GA 37 18 GP GA 31 22 GF GA 37 II Soccer COLLEGE Knox 2, Grlnnell 1 Volleyball COLLEGE Central beat Simpson, 15-10, 15-1 (w) BIG TEN TOURNEY ChanspJenshlD Ohio Slate beat Wisconsin, 15-6, 16-18, 15-5 (w) Stmlfinal Round Ohio Siale beet Purdue, 7-15, 15-13, 15-13 (w) Ohio State beat Illinois, 15-11, 15-4 (w) Wisconsin beat Indiana, 15-1, 15-4 (w) Wisconsin beat Iowa. 15-0. 15-7 (w) HEART OF AMERICA CONFERENCE TOURNEY Graceland beat Baker, 15-6, 2-15, 15-0 (w) Graceland beat Central Methodist, 15-9.

9-15. 15-9 (w) Graceland beat Missouri valley, 15-7, ts-z (w Gracetand beat Ottawa, 15-14. 9-15. 15-4 (w) Graceland beat Tarklo, 17-15, 15-12 tw) Graceland beat William Jewell, 15-12, 15-7 (w) Cross-Co un try COLLEGE Iowa Stale 17, Nebraska 45 Luther 27, WIsronsln-LaCrosse 21 William Penn 23, Wartburg 33 Field Hockey STATE WOMEN'S TOURNEY FOURTH ROUND Graceland 4, Iowa Wesleyan 0 Iowa 2, GrtnneH 0 Northern Iowa 1, Luther 0 FIFTH ROUND Luther 4, Iowa Wesleyan 0 Graceland 2. Grlnnell 0 towa 1, Northern Iowa 0 Cross-country WATERWORKS PARK RUN OPEN DIVISION 1.

Richard Scott, DM 2. Dave Nauman, Grinnefl, 3. Doug Wells, 28.15. VET 1. Vlnce Martinet, 2.

John Hock, DJVY; 1 Alan Norgard, 21:27. HIGH SCHOOL 1. Cooper King, 2. Andy Leonard, Ankeny; 1. Craig Comslock; 27 56.

MASTER 1. Dave Griffith, P.m.; 2. Des Bragg, O.M.; JUNIOR HIGH 1. Scott Potter, DJvl; 2. John Cramer, 30M.

Boise Stab 23, Utah State 16 Montana Sate 24, Montana 19 Weber Sue 30, Idaho 27 PAOFIC COAST CONFERENCE Fresno Stle 28, Idaho State 7 Nevada- Lk Vegas 24, Fullerton State 21 Pacific 24 San Jose State 7 (IAJ0R INDEPENDENTS Army 48, lory Cross 7 Bethune-Cookman 10, Jackson State 3 Bishop 21, Alcorn State 16 Boston College 36, Air Force 14 Dayton 27, Central State (Ohio) 14 Florida State 35, North Texas State 14 Gramblins 28, Texas Southern 14 Illinois State 17, Western Illinois 7 Lafayette 22, Gettysburg 3 Lehigh 47, Bucknell 13 Memphis State 42, Southern Mississippi 14 Notre Dane 43, Navy 10 Penn State 49, Miami (Fla.) 7 Pittsburgh 48, Tuiane 0 Temple 17, Cincinnati 17 Tennessee State 15, Southern U. 7 Villarcva 41, West Virginia 36 Others EAST Allegheny 31, Thlel 17 Bales2S, Colby 14 Comectlcul 21, Northeastern 12 Clarloi State 45, California (Pa.) 10 CoeslGuard 45, Trinity (Conn.) 14 Post 16, Klnos Point 0 Delaware Slate 10, Kentucky State 3 69, Cortland Slat 14 Frartngham Stale 14, Mass. Maritime Franliin Marshall 23, Lebanon Valley 17 Hefsra N.Y. Tech 14 Juniaa 23, Delaware Valley 6 Kutrbwn State 14, Bloomsaurg State 7 Manfleld Stale 11, Brockport Stat 7 Mlddebury 41, Hamilton II MiMsville Stale 48, Chevney State 0 MoreIan 42, Johns Hopkins 22 Norwich 62. fattsburgh Stale 0 Ryrmuth Slate 20, Connecticut 0 Shlpemsburg state 17, Edinboro State 7 Slipnry Rock 15, Indiana (Pa.) 10 Soriipfietd Wagner 6 Swafthmore 30, Moravian 21 Weskvan 30, Bowooin 14 We Chester State 21, American International 7 Wetmtnsier (Pa.) 30, Geneva 0 Wbtner 56, Ursinus Wliles 14, Susquehanna 7 WHems 45, Union (NY) 22 MIDWEST Adlan 14, Kalamazoo 10 Aition 21, Olivet 0 Aunburg 35, Macalesler I Aiauslana (IH.) 20, Carroll (Wis.) 13 Bauer (Kan.) 54, Tarklo, Mo.

17 Betianv (Kan.) 20, Kansas Wesleyan 0 BhH (Kan.) 21, Sterling (Kan.) 17 Bilier 31. Illinois 13 Cameron Stale 31. Colorado 7 Carnegie-Mellon 13, Hiram College 10 Carthage. III. 42, Illinois Benedictine 3 Case Western 7, John CarroN 0 Central Missouri Stale 23, Lincoln 20 Central Stale (Okie.) 32, Panhandle State 0 Chedron Stale 33, Black HINs State 13 Ccmcwdla (Moorhead) 35, Hamllne (Minn.) Concordia (SI.

Paul) 57, Mar an ma (Wis.) Oanola State 21, Dakota Wesleyan Dickinson Slate 17, Mlnot Slate 7 Dr. Martin Luther 21, Northwestern (Minn.) 7 Ear Idem 31, Oberlln 0 Elmhursl, III. 36, North Park Eureka, Ml. 14, Illinois Col 10 Evangel 27, Langslon 23 Flndiev 27, Anderson 14 Friends (Kan.) 14, McPherton (Kan.) 1 Grand Valley Slate 16, Northwood (Mich.) 6 Hastings, Neb 7, Doene (Neb.) 0 Henderson Slate 24, SE Oklahoma) 10 Hillsdale 23, Athland 21 Hope 21, Alma 20 Indiana Central 24, Evansvllle 21 Kearney Stale Missouri Southern 23 Lakeland 12, Northwestern (Wis.) 0 Mankato State 17, Stout State (Wis.) 7 Michigan Tech t3, Ferris State 17 Midland (Neb.) 56, Dana, Neb. 7 MIMInn 10, Minis Wesleyan 7 2, St.

Thomas (Minn.) 0 rls 21, Winona State 10 Mlssourl-Rolla 17, NW Missouri State Missouri Valley 16, William Jewell 6 Missouri Western 27, Emoorle Slate 9 Moorhead Slate 21, BemldH State 14 Muskingum 35, Ohio Northern It NE Illinois 24, Milton 23 NE Oklahoma 17, NW Oklahoma 7 Nebraska Wesleyan 30, Concordia (Neb.) 0 North Central (IN.) 25, Whealon, Ml. 20 North Dakota Science 35, Jamestown 21 Northern State (S.D.) 33, Huron, S.D. 10 Otterbein 37, Ohio Wesleyan 7 Peru Siale (Neb.) 42, Culver-Stockton 14 St. Cloud State 52, SW Minnesota 7 St. John's (Minn.) 20, Gusiavut Adolphut II St.

Joseph's (Ind.) 24, DePauw 4 Saginaw Valley 26, St. Norbert S.D. Tech 34, S.D.-Sprlngfleld 7 SE Missouri Slate 10, NE Missouri State 0 SW Kansas 32, SI. Mary's (Kan.) 13 SW Oklahoma 21, Texas Lutheran 0 Taylor 50, Manchester 7 Trov Slate 4, Michigan Valley Clry Stale 21. Mayvlue Stat 3 Waoash 27, ken von Washburn (Kan.) 21, Pittsburg State (Kan.) 21 Wayne State (Neb.) 21, Fort Hays State 17 Wilmington 7, Hanover 3 40, 21 31, 23 Wlv-Stevent Point 29, FaUs 21 13, Claire 7 Wittenberg 34, Capital 3 Wooster 24, Heldetoero 7 Yeungttown Slate 31, Wayne State (Mich.) 10 SOUTH 10, MUtsapt 7 Baptist U.

20. PWsburv 7 Bluehetd State 30, GuWord 21 Catholic U. 37, SI. Vincent 1 Clark Coi 4, Morehouse I How the prep top 10 fared Class 4-A 1. Heelan (Sioux City) (7-0) did not play.

2. Valley (W.D.MJ (6-2) lost to East 26-6. 3. Kennedy (C.R.) (7-1) beat Washington 7-0. 4 Marshalltown (7-1) beat West Waterloo, 14-0.

5. Washington (C.R.) (6-2) lost to Kennedy (C.R.), 7-0. 6. Hempstead (Dubuque) (6-2) beat West Iowa City, 36-0. 7.

Assumption (Davenport) (6-2) beat Beftendorf. 21-14. I. West Davenport (5-2) played at Alleman (Rock Island, III.) Saturday night. 9.

Cedar Falls (5-3) lost to Mason City, 15-14. 10. Ames (5-3) lost to East Waterloo, 28-14. Class 3-A 1. Fairfield (1-0) beat Keokuk, 41-12.

2. Urbandale (1-0) beat Boone. 21-6. 3. Waverlv-Sheli Rock (8-0) beat Columbus (Waterloo), 21-12.

4. Monticello (8-0) beat West Delaware, 14-6. 5 Audubon (1-0) beat Perry, 46-0. 6. Humboldt (8-0) beat Clear Lake, 14-6.

7. Ceniervllle (1-0) beat A tola, 31-7. 8. Atlantic (7-1) beat Red Oak, 34-0. 9 South Tama (7-1) beat Savdel.

16-0. 10. Shenandoah (7-1) beat Clarlnda, 34-7. Class 2-A jj anlral Lyon (8-0) beat Maurice-Orange City, 2. Belmond (8-0) lost to Osage, 46-43 JPekln (Packwood) (8-0) beat West Burlington, 4.

Corning (7-1) lost to Greenfield, 14-8. 5. East Buchanan (7-0) beat Edgewood-Coles-burg, 40-12. 4. Lawton-Bronson (8-0) beat Holsteln, 14-0 7.

Gehlen (LeMars) (1-0) beat Klngsley-Plerson, 34-8, Saturday. 8. Adel-DeSolo (7-llost to Waukee, IS-14. 9. Greenfield (8-0) beat Corning, 14-8.

10. Roland-Story (7-1) beat North Polk, 41-30. Class 1-A 1. Greettlnger (8-0) beat Everty, 50-6. 2.

Manilla (1-0) beat Fonda, 39-0. 3. Maxwell (7-1) lost to LDF (LeGrand), 12-6. 4. Lamonl (8-0) beat Central Decatur, 20-0.

5. Relnbeck 18-0) beat Apllngton, 21-0. 6. Irwin (8-0) beat Charter Oak-Uta, 19-18, in two overtimes. 7.

South Page (7-1) beat Nishna Valley (Hastings), 20- 6. 8. Eastwood (Correctionvllle) (8-0) beat Hinlon, 21- 0. 9. Lytton (8-0) beat Crestland (Early), 28-1.

10. Ventura (0-0) beat Corwith-Weslev, 14-7. 10. Prairie City (8-0) beat North Mahaska, 32-6. Swimming CENTRAL IOWA CONFERENCE (G) AT SOUTHEAST POLK Team Scoring 1.

Southeast Polk 381; 2. Grinned 354; 3. Boone 250; 4. Urbandale 212. Individual Results 200 medley relay 1.

Southeast Polk (Renee Adams, Deenna Miller, Kim Dora, Pat Morrill); 2. Grlnnell; 3. Urbandale; 2:07.19. 200 freestyle 1. Lorl Peyton, Boone; 2.

Roxanne Dixon, Grlnnell; 3. Diane Keenan, Grlnnell; 2:15.46. 200 individual medley 1. Sarah Mathews, Grlnnell; 2. Deanna Miller, Southeast Polk; 3.

Becky Barstad, Boone; 2:35.39. 50 freestyle 1. Glgl Johnson, Grlnnell; 2. Shelley Johnson, 3. Pat Morrill, Southeast Polk; :2t.34.

Diving 1. Jana Currle, Urbandale; 2. Pam Creasman, Boone; 3. Julie Slllllnger, Southeast Polk; 332.61. 100 butterfly 1.

Gall Meinert, Urbandale; 2. Shelley Johnson, Grlnnell; 3. Diane Workman, Southeast Polk; 1:11.04. 100 freestyle 1. KelH Oliver, Grlnnell; 2.

Glgl Johnson, Grlnnell; 3 Lorl Pavton, Boone; 59 50 5O0 freestyle 1. Sarah Mathews, Grlnnell; 2. Diane Keenan, Grlnnell; 3. Laura Johnson, Southeast Polk; 4:09.12. 100 backstroke 1.

Becky Barstad. Boone; 1 Renne Adams, Southeast Polk; 3. Kelli Oliver, Grlnnell; 1:12.76. 100 breaststroke 1. Deanna Miller, Southeast Polk; 2.

Terrl Cnrlstensen, Urbandale; 3. Nanette Dorn, Southeast Polk; 1:13.41 (school record and pool record). 400 freestyle relay 1. Grlnnell (Sarah Mathews, Diane Keenan, Glgl Johnson, Kelli Oliver); 2. Boone; 1 Southeast Bowling NORTHERN OHIO OPEN AT CLEVELANO, OHIO 12-Game PtnM 1.

Rick Mlnler, Portland, Ore 2,723 2. Jeff Haltingly, Tacoma, Wash 2,721 3. Joe Hutchinson, Scranlon, Pa 2492 A Mark Roth, Stolen Island, N.Y 171 5. Nail Burton, SI. Louis, Mo.

2,667 6 A Ilia Clarke, Ravenna, Ohio 2,451 7. Cliff McNealy, San Lorento, Calif. 2,650 8 Dennis Lane, Klngsport, Tenn. 2,649 9. Jim Stefanlch, Jollet, III 2,643 10.

Fred Jeskle, Greendala, Wis. 2,640 11. Earl Anthony, Tacoma, Wash. 2,631 12. Bob Golke, Detroit, Mich.

2.630 13. Wendell Davis, Johnson City, Tenn. 2423 14. Lea Taylor, San Diego. Calif.

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Years Available:
1871-2024