The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on November 8, 1970 · 19
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lei? Moiwg 3 (Wirt MM. t MtlMt IHHI i4 trikunt (nmi Dm Moines, Iowa, Sunday Morninp, November 8, 1070 Mitchells Running, Bash's Passing Lead Hawkeye Runaway Over Hoosiers S Willi 111 Ry Duck Turnhull Suntf Riiulir SUM Wnlr) thins got started, but we re-1 leading the way, the Haw keyes 15 tarries ;is the Hawks plays, running w hen he fount! - course, was outstanding. He 41.217, a ."W-yard touchdown toss Statistic ceived a numbrr of telephone i rolI,,d ,m m nrds ,n ,l,,al ,,f" wluarcd lnr'r '" Tni record at the pass wasn t there. i surP js qj,k little dude" from Hash to Denny Creen. 1 :frnse and capitnliwl on In- 2-2-1 w ith games remaining ? . ..Ba . . . , raKB . ..,..,,. ...,.,. I iiriiniin, ,ita 11 ', f I mill tlir niiii Mllinflll - . - . - t ' I ' ,.'.( I all year in its 1-7 season, j thing of all in Ihr unrxprt t- 'n IOWA CITY. IA. - Rav Nacel; uii m r,,,.k nhio a,r calls about it. diana's mistakes to make it an . against Michigan and Illinois ,u c, ,r,or 1.,.,,-c! And then he added, laughing: i j "This was very pleasing", 0 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii tiuiin tiny nnu i"nn o i ! i . l . ' easy 42-..1 victory over Indiana' If. early." j STANFORD (JOKS C V,: S as he told of a gruesome rumor Season Keenrds INDIANA nlnrArlo 14 turn,.! ilia Ivill m'fr limr limp : villi' :iv tli'fitrt' u:i lll:il lnn ! 'i in i 111 H t l I IV' i it 1 1 l- I that he had been killed in a traffic accident. "It was reported last night that I was a fatality," said Na-Rel. "I don't know where such a ...J J i m - -. . ii,i., ,-...r,ii ... n,,- . w, ,V."'ii :;."": iiin Minnc errors nn iowa lowa nia not inrnw tin in- ' Niigcl has had his problems j TO KOSK HOWL ' u cs,abisM our P;' hf Jirs . m. three (warier. io i 11 0 this season, and many feet his job is in jeopardy, but one thing is for sure his foot- ; iw kikm-i mivtij came plan. We established our cooiBV.'.V.'n j v .i-mu scorec oiurw. i mm to running came and men passed t smi i) u ....ji r I I, LA .iu.nl. I J 1 Jl r. n.n , 1, T . t 1 1. . I t 1 1 II.... I. effectively when we tried it. ? fiwiinJr iJ fi : T V- J5 wu ",,lt ,,rtH,l early runaway for only their j TrpdiK Hash hall team was far from dead ; .,j :,.., i n,. .,ann i ! ,i 1,1 iAU n .vh nhivM Saturday. ; Mitchell st-ored two touch-! an excellent came at auarter-i "Tim Sullivan also played his the prettiest play of the after ,, . , , - e I run knk l'lr' S ?f Mi'iMr?Ht In 'If pT;"b ,HI vrn followed fumble re- , " '. t7,.- " , n li in. iw. ii in ;i Kurou . . toum a ni.nnr ui':iLii'kv h i - ,iivil I r.i iMi'f"i i ll s sandwiched around ' "' 1.1 - h,w.ii i u.nwi vi covrric. IOWA - With s!ipH?ry Levi Mitchell downs and piled up 124 yards in back, especially on the option usually fine game. And Levi, of ; noon for a Dad's Day turnout of j please turn i Paye Three lA",'.),-,f;'"" 1 ',,a IiiaA Mltrwit M run kn l itMt to Suii n I rim (Wf rvt lr4 Hf I run Mt'(tri krk) 1 BIG HAWK GAINER 1 L ' ' I Bash III i i i:rST irnr vv: ,f ef 1 ' . : 'V. Sullivan (I) H 0" . . . EVADES TACKLE i l . - w- . . w-i, -s ,r -v jj ";... ' . k . - a k T - " ; "T5 r i '-ob-c, ;-;V' ' ,-: V. i". . A-." vi ' 7 jf, f Mitchell i .a v,.;-A'- ? ..s. JLet; Mitchell, who gained 124 yards and scored two touchdowns, finds running room and with aid of mates' blocking and own elusiveness . . . IJ Mitchell I l lxLd Urn ! lAJ w P.fggn': L?fa sen block . . . l:,..:.:-::? 1 1 score? ; J 0H wrong signal- M ' 4JC , 7. o . - j gw ' , , . ,. if , - , . , E , 5. . , ' i - -(. S ' " ;,' . . ... . r" v ; ... v t . n f- i-'i . r",:" i A !.l Mitcnoii l t i I lit 1li"3f JLT D L 'V mm y h pi- 0; A ' ' ' V--' I l4rT ...i.iW;W.i.i,i immm. k t."i .'...'. SUNDAY REGISTER PHOTOS BY JOHN HOULETTE . . . Wends way 35 yards to Indiana one, but even then tries with second effort to put ball over goal which he did one play later But Tricky Iowa State Keeps Game Interesting 0) "fXfrpre By Maury White (Sunday Register Staff Writer) A MES, IOWA - Johnny Ma- jors, the fiery young coach at Iowa State, plotted vigorously all week in preparing for Saturday's Big Eight contest against Nebraska, the nation's No. 4-ranked team. "We're not going to beat Nebraska with trick plays, but if we can shake 'em up for a minute with one that works, it'll help our regular offense go," Majors confided before the action started. Coach Rob Devaney of the still undefeated (although once tied) Huskers might object to saying his superb charges were j greatly bothered by Cyclone j Statistics First downs Rusnin9 vardaqe Passing yaroaqe Return yardaae Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Nebraska ISU 32 16 3 117 223 228 U .1 18-27-0 19-38-3 3-32 7-41 3 . 1 70 71 SCORING Nebraska 12 14 21 7-S4 lowa state Oil 12-29 Neb Orduna 3 run (kick failed) Neb Orduna 8 run (pass failedl IS Shoemake 39 FG Neb Tagge 1 run (Rmiers kick) Neb Schneiss 7 oass from Tagqe (Roaers kick) IS Stowe J3 pass from Carlson (Stowe run) Neb Rodgers 22 pass from Tagqe (Rogers kick) lb Johnson 20 pass from Carlson (pass failed) Neb Orduna 6 run (Roqers kick) Neb Schneiss 23 run (Rogers kick) Neb Vactor 3 run (Rogers kirk) IS Stowe 9 oass from Amundson (run failed) IS McCurrv 55 oass from Amundson (pass failed) Attendance 3.50O ing end but was unsuccessful In a 30-yard attempt. George Arrjundson, previously used only as a quarterback, also played tailback, adding a new dimension to ISU's offense. His repertoire now includes running and throwing the ball. The result of it all helped the scrappy Cyclones, four-touchdown underdogs, make it interesting all the 3-hour route in losing their fifth straight start, 54-29. Cyclone quarterback Dean Carlson threw two of Iowa State's four aerial strikes two to Otto Stowe in one of the more interesting lop-sided losses in this long series, Li 4. L ,5 mimm I! T ix t,i i1 n A 'A 1 . i . V' , 4 t M V-c : 1 trickery, but admitted it caused some adjusting. - Otto Stowe, Iowa State's star CYCLONES receiver, went on the throw- Please turn to Page Eight OF ALL SPORTS Football j GREATER DES MOINES I Des Moinss Vikings 74. Perry 0 j Drake 37. South Dakota 23 , Dowlmj 12, Hee'an (Siou City) 3 t s;& Jin j ltva 42. Indiana 13 'j M'chijan 42. Illmnis 0 ' Michigan State 24. Purdue 14 j K'urthwesteni 23. Minnesota 14 ! Ohio State 24, Wisconsin 7 Pira.se , urn to Page Five i 10,000 See Dowling Whip No. 2 Heelan CHUCK BURDICK'S STORY: PAGE 5S Redmond's Passes Rally Drake, 37-28 KO 3IALVS STORY: PAGE 6S t i- v ,r (r ii V-' ? - Iff v , - . A, " , ' v ' f f -iff - - - ' , ' . ) f ' .- . " - ; V '. - ' . - , - -.,.. , . . - '1 hV SUNDAY REGISTER FOOTBALL PHOTO BV CEOLLA ORDUNA ON THE MOVE Iowa States Tony Washington record crowd of 3G,oOo whole .sections of them red-clad Nehras-(13) can't stop Joe Orduna's ziza? d?ht-yard touchdown i-un. Or- kans at Ames. Huskers are now 8-0-1 for season and perfect at duna scored three times in Nebraska's 54-29 rout of Cyclones before 5-0 in race for Big Eijrht title,

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