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m tens Tdk mm Scores Of All r 1k! ! NEBRASKA Co' tuned from Page (h rtn hung in there against kuc tl a-fierce pass rush." With treats baking m frera the Orange, faitaa and sugar Rewli. quamrbak J wry Tagge put another brilliant prriormaar la gatding the Up-ranked fornnukrrt la Ihrir tealif straight t trior)', Tagee completed M of 21 pas. w for 285 yard and three touchdowns. Fleet Johnny Rod-ger was on the receiving end of 10 for 125 yards and two Now e tan start talking about Oklahoma," commented Tagge. "I think all our players have done a good job of taking the games one at a time and staying mentally sharp from week to week." Bah I Pressures The mounting pressure of a certain bowl bid next Saturday, which is an open date for the Cornhuskers. concerns Nebraska Coach Bob Devaney almost as much as the Oklahoma clash. Devaney indicated that Nebraska will be receptive to the right offer if it's forthcoming on Saturday, the earliest an invitation can be accepted. "I hope it's settled by then." said Bob. "I would very much like to have the bowl situation out of the way before we go down to Okla- homa." Both teams undoubtedly will be given invitations before their Climactic duel, and the guessing is that Nebraska will accept an Orange Bowl bid proba- Season Records NEBRASKA I KANSAS STATE Ornon H ..77 Utoh si. h. 10 Minn. H ....7 1? Tulsa II T.AM H 7 JJ Brif Vounf H 7 Utah St. . 4 11 Colsrad ..11 Missouri ....4 13 Kansas ....3 Knsa .... 01 Iowa St. ...14 34 14 47 M S 41 31 37 44 N.M 0. 4 on. ST. . .11:I Okla. 75 Colorado nvssouri ....12 Missouri Iowa Slata Ksnsas St. Okla Hawaii ... 0 35 Okla. St. Nebraska J3 17:17 ..In. ?4 Memphis St bly to face Alabama and . that Oklahoma is in line for a ' Sugar Bowl spot. .Based on comparative scores against Kansas State, you'd have to believe Oklahoma has a good shot at upending the Corn huskers. Although Nebraska had a ' relatively easy time in this one, piling up 488 yards to K- , State's 23S, Oklahoma was even more awesome in manhandling the Wildcats several weeks ago by the astonishing score of 75-28. . A record crowd of 42,300 for a Kansas State home game saw Nebraska score the first four times it had the ball, and what transpired in the first quarter J was pretty typical of the way ' the Cornhuskers have overpowered their nine opponents this season. ' They took the opening kickoff and stormed 80 yards to a touchdown. 94-Yard March Then Kansas State couldn't ' ' move, punted to the Nebraska six-yard line, and the Huskers The Scoring Story FIRST QUARTER Nebraska 7, Kansas State 0 Nebraska received the opening kickoff and thundered 80 yards to a touchdown in 14 " plays, with Jeff Kinney carrying nine times for 38 yards. The score came on Jerry Tagge's six-yard pass to Johnny Rodgers, the ninth r touchdown catch of the year by Rodgers, tying a Corn-' husker record. Rich Sanger kicked the point. Time 9 minutes 21 seconds left in the quarter. Nebraska 14, Kansas State I Kansas State immediately punted and Nebraska drove 94 yards for another touchdown. The two long drives consumed almost the entire first quarter. Kinney contributed the big gainer on the second, a 20-yard run to the K-State 14. and Gary Dixon scored from the five. Sanger added the conversion. Time -1:21 left. SECOND QUARTER Nebraska 14, Kansas State Dennis Morrison then piloted the Wildcats to a 2yard c3mg advar. An apparent NbfUta j-f Kansas State 17 eight-yard touchdown run by ; ys Cornhuskers gambled Morrison was called back.) but three plays later be hit Henry Childs on an eight-yard j touchdown pass. John Goer- j ger's extra point attempt was ! bVockrd. Time - 11 33 WL ! Netraska If. Kaaut State I ! A cross-field kickoff tounced j hack wards at Nebriiska's 2G. ' and K -Stale's David Brown rrrrrrrH en the 2t The ' Wddcas moved inside the II, tat Kad ta settle lor Goer-; ft'i 34-raN kVM goal Time -tawt. VfcroU TU Kasnat Slate f The Hasten OTrlly BiarriiH 4rmvt agaav, leadnnaj a X yH pas from Tattee ta 1 1 i g 1 1 . Krwwr fjRfH Nebraska's Jeff proceeded to travel 94 yards to another score. By then, Nebraska had 12 mat, uumu iu ivoiaic d afcciu, had run off 31 plays to four and owned a 14-0 lead while hogging the ball almost the entire ouar - ter. "We had some trouble after that but I can't be too criti- cal." said Devanev. "Our scoring in relation to nnmhaii rt Koll nnccoccinnc tunc good, but we didn't have ball as much as usual. ine w weren't able to get the ball back as many times as we have in some of our other games." For' this, you have to credit the plucky Morrison, who went into the contest as the Big Eight's leading passer. Closes to 14-9 Dennis launched 46 throws and hit on 23 for 179 yards, leading a counter attack that gave the Huskers a mild scare in the second period when K-State closed to within 14-9. After Morrison's eight-yard scoring pass to Henry Childs, the Wildcats recovered their kickoff at the Nebraska 28-yard line. "The ball hung up in the wind," explained Rodgers, who was in the deep receiving position. "It hit about 15 yards in front of me and I had no chance to field the ball when it took a bounce backwards." David Brown gathered it in for Kansas State setting up a 34-yard field goal by John Goerger. Tagge and Rodgers soon across from the one, a Husker career record with his twenty-ninth touchdown. Sanger kicked the point. Time j - 5:37 left. Nebraska 23, Kansas State 9 On the third play following the kickoff, Morrison was trapped at his goal line on a pass attempt and fumbled. The ball rolled out of the end zone for a safety. Time , 303.15 points to 280.10 for see 4:43 left. jond-place Kansas State. Nebraska 30, Kansas State I i KinnpV returned the kickoff ; from his 35 to the K-State 43. j On first down. Tacge con- nected with Woodv Cox on a 30-yard pass. Gary Dixon then carried four times in a row. going two yards for a touchdown. Sanger added the point. Time 2:27 left. THIRD QUARTER Nebraska 37. Kansas State t Tagge teamed with Cox on a 56-yard scoring pass. Cox. wide open behind K-State's Kevin Ohoska. caught the ball i on the Wildcat 20 and streaked into the end tone. Sanger! kicked the point. Time 5:411 left. FOURTH QUARTER for a first Jown on their 35 and failed to get it, putting K-State in good field position and the Wildcats scored in 1 plays. Don Calhoun smashed across from the one. Morri-ann passed ta Henry Childs for a t -point conversion. Time - i: left. Vferaskj 14. btvti State 17 WOie Harper's pass inter-erptioa at the K-State 33 set vp amther Nebraska totxfe-Jow-a. With fourth and sern at the 17. Tag?! rite a snr-kng pftr ta RndffV wha broke the Hasfcer rrcnrj wTJk bis tenta kacfara cat ok ef the aeawkT. Kafpr krti the pnnt Trr Vrft. , Kinney steps high for score in 44-17 rout dashed any visions of a possible j upset, however, by hooking up on a 31-yard pass to the K-State Kinney Sets Mark Nebraska quickly hammered i it into the end zone star tailback Jeff Kinney plunging j for his twenty-ninth career - touchdown to erase the school ! record held jointly Dy jjoDoy Reynolds and Joe Orduna A little later, the Cornhuskers : . . i i : i r . rt .j mis goal line iur a aaieiy aim me nexi lime mey gin me uau, a 30-yard pass from Tagge to Woody Cox put them in scoring position again. Dixon crashed over from the two for his second touchdown and the Huskers owned a commanding 30-9 advantage at halftime. So it was small consolation for the Wildcats that they managed to score again in the last quarter, giving them more points than Nebraska had yielded to any other team all season. "Nebraska executives unbe lievably well what a great team," said Gibson. "They're deserving of that No. 1 ranking." But it remains for the Cornhuskers to prove it on Thanks-aivina Dau because Oklahoma may have a lot to say about all the No. 1 talk. ISU Sweeps All Crowns In Loop Gym Team Scoring Iowa State v l nklahnmi .259 30 JbV5aas,!,.! .280.10 Kansas 241.50 371.10 Colorado 136 .13 (Special Dispatch to The Register) LAWRENCE, KAN. Iowa State's defending National Collegiate gymnastics champions swept all first places and defended its Big Eight Invitation al title here Saturday with a I Junior Jim Stephenson tured the all-around, floor exer- cise and high bar to lead clones. National champion Run Hoffman took the pommel horse, Stewart Buck the vaulting, sophomore Kim Orr the rings and Dennis Mazur the parallel bars. Roth finished second in the all-around with 91.40 points. INDIVIDUAL WINNERS All-around Jim Steohanaon (IS1 fill; floor eiercise Stephenson. 17 55; aom-ml Horse Rvss Hoffman (IS) 1135; rtnas Kim Orr (IS) 14.7$; vault.n Stean Bur (IS) 11.23: parallel bars Denn.s Matvr (IS) 175; Ina bar Steenefton 17.71. SEEING RED NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Red Reality won the feature Saturday at Aqueduct. SKC1AL fCOOr) 5o; 2995 fe-$3995 Catat CUSTOM WCaa- 4995uS.s7495j i Colorado's Davis Runs Record 342 Statistics Okla. Stale Colorado First downs Rushes-yards Passino vardsoe Return yardage Passes 9 27 42-50 74 0 4-71-4 10-54 1 10 47-505 171 7 M-0 I 121 funis Fumbles lost Yards penalized SCORING Oklahoma State 0 0 Colorado 4 27 0- i Colo Branch 44 run (kick failed) Colo Tarver a run (Dean kick) Colo Davis 67 run (Branch run) Colo Johnson 4 run (kick failed) Colo Masen 48 pass from Branch (kick failed) OSU Pounds 4 run (pass failed) Colo Tarver 1 run (Dean kick) A 40,211. BOULDER, COLO. (AP) -Sophomore tailback Charlie Davis' 342 yards Saturday set a Big, Eight single-game rushing record as he became the top Colorado rusher for a season and led the Buffs to a 40-6 rout of Oklahoma State. Davis became only the third Colorado player in history to gain 1,000 yards in a season and eclipsed the old mark of 1,121 set by Byron (Whizzer) White jn 1937. He topped the old Big Eight mark of 293 yards for one game by Oklahoma's Greg Pruitt ear- Season Records OKLAHOMA STATE COLORADO LSU 21 Wyoming H. 13 . Ohio St. ..14 Kansas St. .31 Iowa Stata ,.14 Oklahoma ..45 Missouri ... 7 Nebraska ...31 Kansas ....14 Okla, St 4 36 Misi St.H .... 7 31 56 21 10 Arkansas 31 74 Va. Tech H. 16 14 TCU 14 31 17 Missouri ...14 54 u NeD 41 17 Kansas . ..in li Kansas St. 35 4 Colorado ..40 N.M Iowa Stat ... N.27 Okla H 17 J7 7 35 40 N.70 Air Fore H Her this year, but fell just short of the National Collegiate record of 350 by Eric (The Flea) Allen of Michigan State, also this year. The Buffs, shaking off some crippling penalties, struck for four second-quarter touchdowns by biting off yardage in huge chunks with some razzle-dazzle execution. Davis had 206 yards rushing on 17 carries in the first half and saw only sporadic action jfrom midway through the sec-caP" i ond quarter. Davis ran 67 yards for one score, while Branch scored on a 64-yard run, passed for a second score and set up a third with another pass in the second-quarter burst. Red Wings Buy Blues Sutherland ST. LOUIS, MO. (AP) The St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League Saturday sold right-winger Bill Sutherland to the Detroit Red Wings. Sutherland, 37, was obtained from Buffalo last year and had scored U goals. He scored two goals in nine games this season. CfLtixr SUPCSttM (TaUT) j 1 1 r& ) of Kansas State 'S TWEDT 18TH IN U.S. Team Scoring Cal St. (Fullerlon) 'Northern Iowa No Dak. St. 1 1 Southeast Mo. East M ch. 109 Ashland So. Dak. St. . 16 Augustana (III.) astern Illinois 238 i Luiher (The Register's Iowa News Service) WHEATON, ILL. - Cal State of Fullerton placed four runners in the top 10 Saturday and won the National Collegiate Athletic Association college-di-vision cross-country championship here with 47 points. North Dakota State was second with" 81 points, Eastern Michigan third at 109 and South Dakota fourth at 166. Northern Iowa placed sixth, Augustana of Illinois was ninth and Luther was tenth. ' Mike Slack of North Dakota State won the five-mile race in 24 minutes 19 seconds. Bison runners also finished sixth and seventh. Rich Twedt of Northern Iowa was eighteenth in 25:09 and the next Panther runner, Denny Schultz, placed fifty-second. THE LEADERS 1. Mike Slack, North Dakota State; 2. Tim Tubb. Cai State: 3. Mark Covert. Cal State; 4. Dan Movnihan, Tuffs; 5. John Lasso, (.ai state; 6. Dave Kampa, North Dakota State; 7. Randy Lussenten, North Dakota State; 8. Steve Poeqalny. Lockha- ven; 9. Chris Hoffman, Cal State; 10. Chuck Doudgan, Springfield, 24.-19. sticks The Jet took 10 places (including 4 firsts) at Buffalo, Minnesota," October 2 and 3. Aft ar 63 first places lost aor it loolct Ma Sna-lt ties blottati off to onothaw great tea ton. Wo didnl doubt it for a minute. This time it wos proctlcaDy a sweep of the Mm-newts Stote Snowmobfle Croit Dreg Champion' hip. Competition ca.ne from tSi cosmtry. Con-ado ond Jopon mr.4 no one ocept SnoJet pieced mare tSon 4 times in two iJma wwiij. t'oNrmiW etn fo, One r'4btl 9TU ((IjTtaX Cam) (Mm) JJ. A4mam (SOI 1 (ttrra MkMa 3S. Saul Bal Suit I MfWft9ii4fe J7, Wiw $it (if I )$ MiDAfST eoNfctenci Cm 31. CoMtH 7 Cwnrtl 37 CArietM t Knot 28. R.pM 4 MMmutk 57, tt t Su M JO, tt 7 io center. lo4 Weslefa JJ, lunit 0 Nf AIT OF AMERICA Ciceln4j 20, Willi Jewell MI0-AMCRICA Cincinnati 23, 0h JJ Mum (Ohio) 30. Ktnl Sutt 0 Pacific 27, Wfilrm MkHiV" 1 Tolraa 43, MtrituN 0 Xaviff 42. Rowlim Grfru 27 ATLANTIC COAST ClrmuMi 20. Maryland 14 Klotth Carolina 32, Virqiiti 20 Pftin Stat 35, North Carolina State ) Wane Fp'fst 23. Duke 7 IVV LEAGUE Columbia 17, Pennsylvania 3 Dirtmouth 24, Cornell 14 Harvard 24, Brown 19 Yal 10, Princeton 6 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE Citadel 35, Furman 33 Richmond 14, Davidson 7 Tampa 43, East Carolina 7 Ttmple 17, William and Mary 13 SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE Auburn 35, Georgia 20 Alabama 31, Miami (Fla ) 3 Florida 35, Kentucky 24 Louisiana State 28, Mississippi State 3 Mississippi 49, Chatanooaa 10 WESTERN CONFERENCE Arizona 27, Brigham Young 14 Arizona State 52, Wyoming 19 New Mexico 39, Texas-El Paso 13 Utah State 21, Utah 17 . SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE Arkansas 18, Southern Methodist 13 Texas Tech 27, Baylor 0 Texas 31, Texas Christian 0 Texas A. and M. 18, Rice 13 PACIFIC EIGHT California 17, Oregon 10 Oregon Stale 21, Washington State 14 San Jose State 13, Stanford 12 Southern California 13, Washington 12 MAJOR INDEPENDENTS Army 17, Pittsburgh 14 Boston College 20, Northern Illinois 10 Colgate 51, Lafeyette 14 Georgia Tech 12, Florida State 6 Houston 56, Virginia Tech 29 Lehigh 23, Bucknell 0 Navy 17, Syracuse 14 Notre Dame 21, Tulane 7 Rutgers 14, Holy Cross 13 Villanova 14, Dayton 7 West Virginia 28, Virginia Military Others AST Albright 22, Upsala College 0 Boston college zo, Nortnern Illinois 10 Bridgeport 42, Springfield 19 BriOgewat, Mass 39, West Conn St 4 Brooklyn Col 6, Falrleigh Oicksn 3 Central Conn St 17, Cortland State 14 Colby College 27, Maine Maritime 14 Connecticut 10, Rhode Island 4 C W. Post 47, Kings Point 0 Delaware 54, Boston Univ 0 E Stroudsburg 26, Bloomsburg 7 Edlnboro State 47, Calif State, Pa. 7 Fordham 28, Manhattan 7 Franklin & Mar 30, Muhlenberg 13 Gettysburg Col 21, Wagner 16 Hamilton Col 12, Union College 10 lona College 35, Pace Colleqe 12 Johns Hopkins 29, Dickinson Col 28 Kutztown 33, Mansfield St 14 Lehigh 23, Bucknell 0 Massachusetts 38, New Hampshire 20 Millersville St 41, Lebanon Valley 0 Montclair 17, Glassboro State 14 it to ZD J CSV" . cat . imm 10 (J4 Ai A4 I 41. r w t cm 7' I )4 it MM In U t MKWI iMMii fi at.. litiaifri . - r .1 . . . . . . 1 1iMit Caay II lfcw,a limw II. Mlw4 Cai anii.m in Ji, aawtl 14 fcHtTM I Aiakawf ium H. ttw. Van t A'U. M u IX ttnwo it I I 4mi a,.4 11 a, w II -ka. il fi. iwa lh ta ' Cal 41 Cwimi4 Cm li : imaii am. 4jiau m 14 :liiatew C.I, at, Si Pw Cal l a i. aitw la. Iww if 1 a ni m it i i, a I .. S H II. f UA,yil 14 Ow Him ta. Caiaia Cal li JattMM Siale 14. AM Sim M iV lam i(Miiie ai li. ua kiai 14 im in m ranwi4 i i Caiia 11, KiMwwIia Cat II naian aiata M. MiuiMiatM Cai I AM 4ieaf SI 11, it lawikiana 0 a.oiiw tana SI 17. fcau Taaa State 1 Mile CaiiMW II. aw maun Cal 1 Ne Cliouta Ca a), rtoaain um II M lanMM Si II. S i.a.xa II tfariitajia 1 M. aAarvlana Slaia 4 Ouaniua luarina II. hwin Kk I oaawa aAMOfl M. Miiiuaa (aMM H Kimuntl 14. OavaaM Cal 1 Salam Caliaga i Kkati Va Sieie II ; SHiiei uixy 11. taai Cal i Sa,a,Ma H. Si Lau4 II Wimii Cal If. Fiatiourn SU'l 1 Ltuin 1 4,a &l M. 4uum AAM la Savm Miktuapi , cauinana tacn M luuinaia u li, rwoaa . I I4taa 41. Ii,l Caraliaa 1 tennatkaa Stall 14, wiim, tuoariar t ' itmmiM latk JI, tuiiw reay li ten u. W4rlin TO. eiwance kiait 7 Tray S1414 II, N Lawuana Si I Tutaevat 17. Hamaion Inti 1 VKtui'4 Union 14, Livina.lona Cal I Wekt CMsiar al, Towton su I Vigil Virginia 74, Virginia Military ) W.l Caiaiina II. Wio41 II Wikl Maryiano 17. SuuuMvaruvt I Wintian Saiam 14, ina 14 Miowitr Carihaoa Col 41. Norm Par Cot 14 Cat v.4H4n 74. Carnaaia-Meiion If Cent aAicmoen 14, Holira Univ I) Canl Miuowri SI 14, fcaiiarn lllinoli 1 lenlrai l, Okla IS. N Oaiahoma SI C antral Si, Ohio II, Wayne Si, Mn 14 Akron 14, Indiana U, Pa. 14 Anderton 41. Taylor II lalowin W4ll4re 74, Farrij Slata 11 Caunal Univ Is. OtiarBain Col M Carroll. Wise. 11. Illinon Wlllo I Cnicaoo 19, Winona Slat II LiiKinnali 1). Ohio Is Concord. Moorhd )'. Augustana. S O. II i uunt Loiime 24. uoana LOiieae 14 ; Oelianrt Col , Olivet Coliea II tanham Col 71. inoidna Central 17 l-airmoiil 42, Hillsdale Coin Franklin Col 79. SI Joseph t. Ind 1 HumiitM Umv II. Minneaota-Morrli 14 Hanover Col 13. Centra L 011404 0 Heideioero Col II. Marietta Coll Hooe College 44, Grand Valley I Illinon College I, Prinooia C01 7 ' Kalamaoo Cpl 14. Hiram Colleoe 4 Kant Siaie. Pill 41. Emooria Siale 10 Kansas Wesley II. Southwest. Kant, 7 Kearney Si" I. Nortnern Si. S p. I Mankato Siaie 21. SI Thomas Col 0 McPherton Col 21. Tagor 24 Miami. Ohio 30, Keni Slate 0 Mlllikin Umv To. Elmhursl Col I 1 iviiiion Lonege 41, in-cnicaoo 0 Missouri Vallev 30. Fmporla Ci Colleoe Morehead Siale 21. Illinois SI Urn Mount Union 40, John Carroll 70 v 12 wurrav itat it. tvansvnie 17 Neoraska.Omaha 30. Washburn 17 NE Missouri St 17, Lincoln Univ 4 NW Sla Okla 19. East Central St 14 Ohio Northern 13, Findlav College 7 Ottawa U, Kans. 27. Baker Univ 14 Pacific Univ 27. West Michigan 15 Panhandle Stale 48, SE Oklahoma St 33 St Mary, Kansas 14, Bethel. Kans. I St Norbert 14, St Cloud State 14 SE Missouri 42. Missouri, Rolla 21 1 5w Missouri 24. NW Missouri St 10 , SW Oklahoma 24, Cameron Slate 21 ITarklo College 4. Cent Methodist 0 Valparaiso jy. wneaion (.oiieot j Villanova 14, Dayton 7 Wabash 16. DePauw Univ 7 Western Illinois 21. Ball S'ale 20 West Kentucky 31, Butler 0 Wilkes College 41, Muskinaum Col 6 Wilmington Col 37. Rose Polytechnic 23 Wise. Eau Claire 24. Wise. Stevens Pt 7 wise. Lacrosse u. wise, kiv i-ans 0 Wise, Milwaukee 13, Minn Ouluth 0 wise, riaiievnie 6. btcut stale ? Wise, Whitewater 38. Wise. Oshkosh 0 Wiltenbern 21. Ashland 14 Wooster 35, Oberlin College 0 Xavier 42. Bowllno Green 27 Youngstown 14, Guslav Adolohus 0 WEST Angelo St 14, East ies St 7 Arkansas AM&N 33, Bishop College 14 Arkansas Slate 28, Texas, Arlinnton'7 FINEST l. Thanksgiving Dinner! TURKEY and DRESSING and all the trimminas L olU our ,amous Pumpkin Pie I 2- With WhiDDElt Cmm tnnnina TTIK I EH5ET, IAf Slltmc 350 H til tin em... qKFJgMEiIp V t . ( I See the complete racing results at your Sno-Jet dealer (listed in the Yellow Paget). And be twre o take a look at the sled that keeps stkkin' it to the com pet ion. JjkjcnlDGTr better North Cenirol Sno-iet P.O. tea MJ AWtertoVia, Minnesota I tliuu Si Cal 14 U 14 . . !; it C s4W im uac ii u a Cat I .. Stall. Ar CW la r Awia 41 I wut it i LMttMl 41. AltM Si n l.i knwia . I anaia as : li.u fa 1) 4lHU il.M I Cm aca I a II Cut Lwteafa M . - Si I C-a'aA'u UM al. aoa aa. LAtlahama Siaia 4 S Um 3a. a,ti Jttmf Slla 14 E ! Iraa 4A IS E .! Manlait I rik ( 44 bs lWa,w ivm. Suia 4. SJUaHa A la i l at awdaita iiala I taaaa (wm 17 k..i.i- Cauaaa M si u 11 a. t n. .ka iiaia if U"l n Lii li O-a li L r' I a II Si Aa kuumi II 4t,a Si Cut 14 Jft-iaia U 41, ri ... f Mac- .iai il VMiainavia II Sa Fiawiica Si II iraar4 natia It IM iM lalt II. SUla It Smmmh ilia St. Fl L. Cal 4 rAMAPIAN II46UI PLAVOFFS Calga'v tl Satlaithaaaa II CatMrv teaai al al 1 Watiaia Canlaraitct ut.t!, llockry hat ion a 1 naeui pivisitm Prt. OF A I aJa Vark j Manlraal Batlaa : TtvaAle VaiMauvar II 41 47 Oair lull '! " l 47 it viiei ! - '' D'YSipl inmn 14 a Minaeieia 10 4 I PiitkOu'afi . I I PltiiaaelimiA ...... 4 i ' (alila.ni I Ji Lou t 4 16 , Cat AnoelM , 1 I) SATURDAY'S jus New VNk S, Buileto ?! Oairail 1, pniiadtlpni I T oioio 1. vKouvar i Piiitourgh . Lot Angela 4 Monirr 1, AAinnetoia I Si. Louit s. Caiitornia 1 Only iimtl Hlteoulad CENTRAL LIAOUf Kansas Cuv S Omaha Tuita i Okianom City 1 Drak 4. Dordt I Basketball ORIATIR Oil MOINES Urbanaaia 101. Chanlon 21 Ig.rlt) NBA New York 177, Deli oil 10$ Bailimoro III, Philadelphia Ins i-'Kini'iii iiu, uoioan &iie 101 ryiiiwauiiee ir, Hufiaio 104 Chicaoo III, Houslon 101 ABA EAST DIVISION Won Lost Pel. .Ml Ml Virainla Kentucky Floridians New York Pittsburgh Carolina Indian 8tah .. alias Memphis 11 10 7 .47 .47 S WEST DIVISION ::::::::..S 7 7 1 .on .531 .438 .434 Denver 4 J04 SATURDAY'S RESULTS inoiana ill. Kentucky v 111 New York 117. r or Idlani 111 Carolina 121. Virginia 109 Memonis 175, uian 11 Dallas 17, Denver 12 HIOH SCHOOL Pocahontas 15, George 64 (girls) Roeklord 103. Shetfield-ChaPln SB (girls) . Ruthven 55. Ida Grov 41 (girls) SPENCER CLINIC Ruthven 55, Ida Grove 41 (Qlrlsl Lake Cltv 75, Paton-Churdan 65 (qirls) West Central (Maynard) 71, Center Point 44 (glrlsl Bennett 13, East Buchanan (Winthroo) 34 (olrls) Guthri Center 13, Perry 41 (girls) WAYNE (CORYDONi CLINIC Farragut 74. Moravia 43 (girls) Lenox 69. Ballard (Huxley) 59 (girls) THE EAGLE FLIES LAUREL, MD. (AP) - Golden Eagle II won the feature at Laurel Saturday. BUFFET IN THE U.S.A. Bring the Family foran nu r i uiuTdMiioneo rr - - .wfif,,, Ph. 243-SOOO Tall Fra tuutnamLUuLJi ' - a 4 l hj design $4301 Jift y i OR r A aa4..ja. - a.

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