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fl $ PES MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER Nw. I, HTO ' J Jecorrf 36,500 See Nebraska March to 26-3 Bulge Rus RoI CYCLONES Continued from Pop One wbkh Nebraska hai now won 10 iimf In r. "A gd "4tn mft cr'i,t one," Sighed Majors. "Thats the best football team we've jeen this year ... or probably J1 t ... and e didn't quit. They were good to us, letting us'score against the reserves a! the end." Oh. do those Huskers have an o f f e n s e ! Quarterback Jerry Tagge ran for one touchdown and threw for two others, going ail the way on a day when Iowan Van Brownson was resting a sore elbow. "Halfback Joe Orduna bagged three Hu'ker touchdowns, including the first two. Fullback Dan Schneiss racked up a pair en his best offensive performance." Some years the Huskers are big. strong and ponderous. This year, 8S they've fashioned an 8- Big Eight Standings Conferenc AH C W L. W. I. T Mb-aikl 5 0 8 0 1 Ki-ui SU'.t S 1 6 J 0 Okthemi J 1 5 0 Kinis 2 3 5 4 0 Missouri i 3 , 4 " 2 Coinrriu 2 4 0 Ok'ihori Sot ..1 J 3 5 0 lowi Sm 0 5 3 5 0 0-1 record and lead the confer-ence at 5-0, headed for some bowl, th-v are big. strong and strike with lightning-fast backs. The barks seldom have to bowl an enemy line, for one of the real strengths of this Husker team l the offensive forward wall. It all tries to play as well as 248-pound senior tackle Boh Newton, who bas to be all-American. "Our offense, except for hurting itself with penalties, was efficient the whole game." said Devaney, who had already started worrying about next week's game with Kansas State. Majors doesn't enjoy losses, MA An anv of thp Cvclones. tjwi v They played it hard, as well as 0rduna over f,0m the three they could, and lost with dig- d at the olhrr end of (ne .il ain. T don't fiHd,. oranges started raining : 1 af ft " On03-Yara; Dash, 45-29 Statistic! ; 1 1 ;- .f 1 'I i4 - iT'o rmh l 'H" ; '"l ,, .... . iwii (Ht4m I iu ,Mrv,i' i'n m.Vj N : Cow irvoih I tun iH 1Kk A 1J0. , llOLLDKK. IVW. (API -i Cliff rwHiiih rated 103 yards with tho tiH-ninR kkkoff to get Colmailo rolling In a 45 2 victory ovit Kansas Saturday In . Itig Kight Confrrrnre football. Kansas looked -ompetely piinchlcss in the first two periods, crossing the 50-yard line only twite and getting Its lone Season Records KANSAt . I a T ti ?' i Jl Svrcuw '4 ?0 jf firm Mrko l it lr.ii,. ct Mi i COLORADO rnn II 4 kflna St, Jl Irwji Slt 19 , i'i".- iiiii 4' Todz Johnson Teads fowa State onto gridiron for battle with Nebraska as record crowd cheers at Ames think we would beat Nebraska, v,.it micht makp it more InterecHnu if we took advan- r,nc Mirro in allpnHuiH'P. tage of our early 'breaks," said I pai nogers, the kicking ex-Majors. 'pert from Rock Rapids, had his The Cyclones came off the , piaccmont try blocked by Steve rutwi you, m"'" " ; jacoDScn, CrOWQ 01 O0,OUU, irtiscsi oti i.i two touchdowns, one throw that was dropped and one 36-yard run. onto the playing surface. Tagge's 18-yard screen pass Maybe 7,000 red-coated Husker j to Schneiss got to the one and Tagge went over to make it ia 30-yard effort that tight end Tom Lorcnze dropped. So Carlson took over the aerial Clyde Williams Field by 5,750, with almost a perfect start for a potential upset. Carlson rolled right, threw flat to Stowe and the slim senior from Springfield, III., fled for 36 yards to the Husker 27 before Jerry Murtaugh ran him out. On the next play, Carlson ran a keeper, pulled the ball out of the dive back's belly after a faV.-P hut fumbled. Husker middle guard Ed Periard re covered on the 26. Tagge took the Huskers 74 yards in 16 plays, using Kinney heavily. This fine back rushed 116 yards in 19 carries. Cyclone Jeff Allen recovered a fumble nn the Cvclone nine, but an Iowa State offside negated that break. The Huskers went on to send 3. Linebacker Bob Tcrrio inter cepted a Carlson pass and that with the fullback scoring from the 23. Another interception, by Kosch, started the Huskers in niidfield and reserve Ted Vac- Individual Statistics RUSHINO Dan open and just dumped the ball." Trii Huskers led. 26-3. after ',. :.. i game again. ,,Bcr, ,,, e ,,it Mike PalmeP with a miwp ! nrsi si e iu uwcui .tt shortly with crowd-pleasing! LS ihl eventually pounded over brilliance It was a 33-yard shot backJ wi(h a 27-yard pass from Car son to Otto, just in- Johmm for g t0UL.h. sine mc nag. i .liin m.lk(, it 33.17. "I wasn't sure where I was, . f ,limmi(,krv ,vas Illl. lutiiuii -" J Kinney Orduna Schnis Vr tor low Stilt Crlnn PalrnPr Johnson NEBRASKA IOWA STATE CflrKon Amundion NFARASKA 1 llkiCiiniion 1? IiiqIm 14 91 Lii II II Hiiahes t 27 :Oldt Slowrr 3 10 AmunrMn 2 6 McDonald 4 14 1 Alt Yds I 4 ?0 -I 7 i All Yds I 36 ; i 6 30 PASSING , , v . Alt. Comn. Int. Yd. An. iomp. ii. i "Keith Schroeder pulled one guy out of the way, .lohn Griglione took out the center and I went right through. Later, they closed the hole," said Jarobscn, who went in for the play. Orriuna's second touchdown came just before the quarter ended and a two-point try failori The visitors led. 12-0, and Iowa Male naa oniy nrni $&t , !Lil five n avs irorn bviiiiuutiKc. Kn-ri0,r, Things improved. Ohert usaaie rccovcieu t 3niin fumble on the Husker 17. The """"" invaluable Stowe raced nine SOon became a seven-yard scor-yards on an end-around for an jng pass to Schneiss, wideopcn apparent louennown, dui u . th d 10 li 8 4 RECEIVINO 4 n 2 25 2 .14 4 58 Inali". HuflliPS Ordun Harvey Ir? J MIMcCurrv Inhnuin 3 6 Na Vrii 2 23 2 24 I II I 6 No. Ydi. 3 ;i 1 27 was called for holding. Reggie Shoemake kicked a 39-yard field goal. Slowe's day's work consisieu of six catches for 63 yards and "Schneiss was the outlet valve, but Tagge checks. the outlet rather quickly," explained Devaney. "He saw but I knew I was close to the sideline, so I was trying to lean to my right," said Otto. "Hey, that's a great team, the Dcsl we've played this year." Use Trickery Season Records from the three. Amundson, now at quarterback, reared back and deposited a nine-yard scoring pass in Stowe's grasping hands. "I came back to the huddle and told George I could beat good job of slopping oppo nents," he sighed. "Put it this way: Our second defense can't stop other team's first offense." Linebacker Keith Schroeder again was a Cyclone defensive star and Griglione, Harold Bas-sett, Tony Washington and Jeff Allen were also busy. Iowa State visits Missouri Saturday. IOWA STATE Nc"ai. ' s. ? 'J1 my man on an out," explained hSmS0'' 71 Stowe. "So he threw it and I !10 Kansas 24 41 Kansas i ,A'A l.iuru Slain wroit fur two on a 2 Oklahoma 2r 45 Ok la. St. 31 010. iw.tci ui'v u.hr..t. S179 Colorado ATovUS.Rusher ed, Bulls 225 Yards ------- NenrasKa 31 ir -"'",q?'r i6 iriCKy ClOUnie IfVUinc vcu ...... i ... gJ"ij , lN1 Kansas St.(H) N.28 S Dieoo St (NMN.21 Oklanomaini to tailback Amundson to end Stowe, who ripped to make it 26-11, the score at intermission. Schneiss, end Guy Ingles and very big in this game, with fair catches being called and on-side Kinney put the ball in position j kicks tried frequently. T he for Tagge's 14-yard scoring; ,a u nnnvmii'Mi'l-: Xi T (API There was still time for. Mti(,nai nishine leader Ed Amundson to combine w'thi vtai inaro cained 225 yards and 11. ! l. 1 M Nrhrask If ?4 lo St In 4J Kansas J9 ' ? Cmvarto 4s, N 14 OKI $! N 14 Okiahoma(H) N.2IAir Ftf ' N il Missouri touchdown of the half after re-' covering a Colorado fumble. Hut the spirited Jay hawks struck for 22 points in the third period to cut Colorado's lend to 35-29. Colorado rumbled back in the last quarter In regain control with Dave llanrv's field eoal and the third of sophomore run- ning back Jon Keyworth's three r touchdowns. Ward Walsh, Colorado full-" back, ran 47 vards for a touch down in the third period, but : most of the Buffaloes' scores , came on short jabs after long drives. After (he fumble recovery gave Kansas a chance to score in the second period on Dan Heck's 17-yard pass to Steve Natsues, the Jayhawks used an intercepted pass by Tommy Oaksnn to lead to their second score. " Oakson ran 29 yards to the two and John Riggins crashed -for the touchdown. After Walsh's scoring run made it 35-14, Kansas scored on ' an 80-yard drive and tallied' again just before the third peri-, od ended on itecK i ja-yara pass to Ron Jessie. pass to halfback Johnny Rodg- ers vvho may be tne mosi exciting kick returner in football, if he survives. He'll try anything, and it was costly a bit later. Otto's debut as a college passer ("I threw about three in high school") was about a an on-side kick and soon sent Orduna over from the six. Wild Finish It was wild from there. Bill Kosch intercepted a Carlson pass on the two (Stowe was in the end zone, with six more points mentally racked up) and Dave McCurry for a 55-yard scoring pass. No Surprise "Amundson fakes to the tight end and I come off the snap slow," said McCurry. "My man read the play well, took after the tight end and I suckered them coming off slow." Devaney wasn't surprised -or shocked. 'When we get our " second scored two touchdowns Salur day, as Cornell beat Brown, 35-21, in Ivy League action. Marinaro, wTio went into the game leading the nation with 937 yards for a per game aver age of 156.2, gained 225 yards on 40 College Standings BIO SKY ATHLETIC CONKRENrf V.(1FM' "" : SII UB'iies Montana Rme Siatt mann si Idaho Norn Ariz si J St I St I W L T Pis OP W L T Pts OP 5 0 0 lJ 89 9 0 0 26 134 I O M 10 M 0 ?4S 71 3 2 0 125 108 4 4 0 212 2" 2 0 104 119 3 6 0 167 I"! 1 n l si 1 14 i a n 2sa 11 S 0 96 177 2 7 0 133 238 7 143 2 01 10 243 0 4 0 27 143 IVY LEAGUE CONFERINCE W L T Pis OP WIT Pts OP Dartmlh S 0 0 182 28 7 0 0 259 42 Yale 4 I 0 130 54 6 1 0 179 Al Cornell 3 2 0 129 137 5 2 0 187 15 Harvard 3 2 0 129 119 S 2 0 19 135 I 0 13 M ' UarvarH carries. He scored on ; Princeton coiumoia runs of seven and two yards, rtnA r-Qimht two nasses for an- Min.iMCnriu rnNFFPFNFC b I rnntrncm All frames i 9 n OB 1 1 o f 4 0 85 163 5 t 0 138 18 1 4 0 109 133 3 4 0 164 153 0 i 0 5 167 1 I 0 85 191 Ingles and Schneiss zipped,' team defense in, it doesn t do a other 15 yards. Toledo nhin A.m! Ak IW Michioan 5 5 0 109 94 6 3 0"9IM r.r,W,' '- ' ' . ' ' MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE 4, j V.araT6HI t i , Conlerence All Game? . V....i.miLi i ' - "A i't-- W L T Pts OP W LT Pts OP T? 1. '"t f," XJT Louisvill 2 0 0 27 10 4 0 103 105 1 . ' ? -t,.v- i Tulsa 5 1 0 5 38 4 0131 141 luiiici tt've "ii uo'mi W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP 5 0 0 130 37 8 0, 0 244 48 3 J 0 111 137 4 J 0 15 6229 2 2 0 65 52 6 2 0 177 I B 1 1 i r lNU I X ' - - 'A Li W-, i v4i r- Trviv? tr- i'j&itf . .. W -4 .j? jvSICKLYt Tjd V, LjA-xl-M.i N L T Pts OP W L T I 2 0 0 27 10 4 1 0 2 1 0 5 38 4 0 1 I 0 40 34 4 2 0 0 0 6 2 0 12 21 0 j 0 9 41 2 7.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 VI II I 4 172 66 45 255 112177 OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE Lonierem.e Mil wa'i.rs PIS OP W L T 116 62 7 1 (1 122 57 6 j 1 73 40 6 t 1 Pit np 0 150 84 17 W L f Pts OP W E KenlucKy 5 1 0 U6 West Ky 4 1 1122 E Tenn St 3 11 VIIO lenilOI j z y nj o w ir a-. i ct i h n inx , J i fl 1 in OD IV1UI enu Ol J v tvo it ; v 1..- 'o Aust Peav 1 4 0 67 141 2 6 0 112 205 renn Tech 1 4 0 51 116 3 5 0 107 161 --4 Murray St 1 5 0 54 121 3 J 0 170 174 i PACIFIC EIGHTCONFERENCE . ' f nnlortnri All Ca mm w l t Pts op w li pts op 3 2 0 138 89 5 3 0 191 131 3 111 44 - 0 85 63 6 2 0 151 85 - 6 0 0 206 79 8 1 0 288 13! 4 2 0 143 142 5 3 0 208 175 4 A in inn J c nucmT South Calif 3 3 0 1 74 118 5 3 1 2B5 1ryi iWashqton 2 3 0 129 131 4 A 0 230 171 Oregon St 1 4 0 68 1 46 4 5 0 1 62 714 : wash Maie w u ) 23v i iw jbb SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE Conference All Games w l t pk np w i T pt np 4 0 0 125 77 S 1 0 186 120 , 3 0 0 45 25 6 1 0 152 5 5 1 3 1 0 141 69 6 1 0 249 9 0 2 1 0 85 43 7 1 0 239 80., i 1 numm A n 9v 199 n n ii ai r 1 A 1 I tt 1 M 01 javiopjrj 3 0 94 177 6 3 0 187 229 . ct 1 iy 159 162;, 11816 4 Miss State 2 2 0 47 81 5 3 0 Florida 2 3 0 94 177 6 3 0 Georgia 2 3 0 100 68 4 4 0 Vanderblt . 1 4 0 54 136 3 6 0 Kentucky 0 5 0 59 104 2 7 0 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE Nebraska workhorse Jeff Kinney, helped by Jleloden drawders Citadel Davidson Furman Richmond East Caro ui nei n-c ii vnuis WL1 PtS OP W L T PtS OP 1: 3 1 0 117 47 4 5 0 194 204 2 1 0 93 57 2 5 0 169 186 2 2 0 54 53 5 3 0 146 138 2 2 0 83 63 3 5 0 135 181 1 1 0 31 26 3 6 0 143 734 - 1 2 0 19 69 1 8 0 83 221 Va Military 1 3 0 53 135 1 1 0 89 391 'Arkansas ' J- ' U 1 NOW. THE CHAStyP- - "J i , .V , , I Rinrif HFLPS 1 i ? fT-:r mTu, Sf , Z It w: "7 -a SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE iornerence n W L T Pts OP W L T Pis OP A 0 0 1 73 41 7 1 0 315 89 . Texas 4 0 0 143 63 7 0 0 260 104 lexas a u u ij oj v v o" t -.,1. j , A 11 it. 1 fl ISA 1-11 5MU 2 2 0 41 59 4 4 0 110 156 u TCU 2 2 0 83 103 3 4 1 148 173 Baylor I 3 0 67 110 2 6 0 97 201 Rice 0 4 0 35 96 2 5 0 105 1 Texas AS.Nl 0 5 0 55 132 2 7 0 1J9 234 . ! WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE r tnfarmnrm All r.im.i W L T Pts OP W L T Ps OP Ari7ona St 4 0 0 159 28 6 0 0 231 '1 . New Mex 4 0 0 121 58 6 2 0 2'9I7? Utah 3 1 0 116 70 5 J 0 180H6 Tex fclPasO 2 3 0 107 158 3 4 i 146 "6 Ari;ona 1 2 0 31 76 3 4 107 l ToloSt Univ 1 3 0 78 104 3 6 0 172?4 Brig Young 1 4 0 57 9 3 6 0 1" IW) Wyoming I 4 0 45 118 1 6 0 91 207 yankeeTonferenci r..l.,..r. All r.mt W L T Pi OP W L T Pts OP Conn 3 0 1 140 4 3 4 t 1" i New Hemp I I 0 113 43 4 2 0 158 K3 Rnode Isl ? I " "4 8S 3 4 JI1J1-J Mas i 1 1 104 35 3 4 1 156 1 04 Maine 1 4 0 56 110 1 S 0 147 W3. Vermont 0S034 19OOI0M30 PACIFIC COAST ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Conference All Gm W L T Pis OP W L T Pt. OP S DiTOO St 3 0 0 1'3 20 7 0 0 253 4 , I 1 till II 1 t ilrllii I nnn Bearh 2 I 0 44 19 5 6 1 7 San J-ne St 2 I 85 6f J 1 1M US i' ;iV II I 4 V) III i 0 144 196 It I V -9 I v i 0 4 0 44 113 1 7 0 104 223 SUNDAY REGIS! ER FOOIiALL PHOIOS BY JACK iRINTOM Kinney get, anotter block from Jerry List, cat Ken CarUlli, Tony Washington and John Schweizer finally stop him FINDS A TREASURE HAZEL PARK, MICH. (AP) Treasure Day Saturday von the feature at Hazel Park.

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