Skip to main content
The largest online newspaper archive
A Publisher Extra® Newspaper

The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa • 43

Des Moines, Iowa
Issue Date:
Extracted Article Text (OCR)

"I I Oct. 24, 1971 DES MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER 3-H Recovers Only 3 of Record 14 Spartan Fumbles Iowa Scoring Story FIRST QUARTER Iowa 3, Michigan State 0 a 4-' tit ill V- IOWA- Continued from Page One reer rushing total of 1,775 with four games to go, surpassing Ed Podolak's. old school mark of 1,710. Iowa's net yardage was less than Levi's because quarterback Frank Sunderman was credited with minus-27 yards on losses while attempting to pass. "Congratulations," Coach Francis X.

Lauterbur told Mitchell, wha injured his ankle slightly late inv the game on what Lauterbur called "a cheap shot in one of those pileups." Mitchell didn't look pleased. Iowa took ball on downs on its own 30-yard line. Levi Mitchell's running and 14-yard penalty for personal foul put the ball on Spartan 14. Four plays later, with scrimmage the 10, Harry Kokolus kicked 27-yard field goal. Time 7:24 left in quarter.

Iowa 3, Michigan State 2 On fourth-and-30, Michigan State's punter was roughed by Larry Horton. This 15-yard penalty, plus a subsequent 49-yard punt put. Iowa on own seven. On third play, Frank Sunderman was trapped in end zone by Ron Curl for a safety. left.

SECOND QUARTER Spartans took over on downs on their own 11 and moved 89 yards in eight plays, the last! a 53-yard run by Allen behind a screen of blockers. Borys Shlapak kicked point. Time 1:30 left. THIRD QUARTER Michigan State 20, Iowa 3 Allen romped 2 yards to Hawkeye 39 where Mike Wcndling made saving tackle. Shlapak then booted a 54-yard field goal.

Time 4:43 left Michigan State 27, Iowa 3 Steve Penney's running pass was intercepted by Mark Nie-sen at On second play, Rasmussen teamed with tight end Billy Dupree for 50-yard aerial score, Shlapak kicked point. Time 8:08 left. 3:08 left. FOURTH QUARTER Michigan State 34, Iowa 3 After Iowa couldn't score in four plays from the three, Michigan State stormed 99, yards in 10 plays. Allen had runs of 11, 25 and 20 yards, -the last for his third touchdown.

Shlapak kicked point. Time 6:48 left. It don't mean a thing if we Michigan State 10, Iowa 3 aoirt win," ne mumbled. Lauterbur, who left a team that forgot how to lose and came to one that has yet to discover how to win, patted Levi's Levis. "We'll win and you'll add on about 500 more yards to make Big Ten Standings Conference All Games Curl blocked Sunderman's punt and the Spartans started on the Iowa 23, scoring in five plays.

Mike Rasmussen ran keeper for 11 yards and Eric Allen scored over tackle from nine yards out. Allen scored two-point conversion by sweeping end. Time 10:10 left. MS A I Michigan 4 0 Ohio State ...4 0 0 0 Michigan State 17, Iowa 3 7 6 3 4 3 3 3 1 1 0 Sullivan 6th Purdue 3 Northwestern .3 Mich. State ..2 Minnesota ....2 Wisconsin ....2 Illinois I Indiana 0 Iowa 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IT'S ARKANSAS IN 60-21 SPREE On All-Time List, 35-13 that record something," he pre- Statistics N.

Texas Arkansas Statistics fxtoA. -(Atet: Jxiv, rfWWV fiKKWMi- tas-vfiw 30 Clemson Auburn 15 45-91 240 14-36-4 First downs Rushes-yards Passing vardaae Return yardage Punts 19 II First downs Rushes-vards Michigan State's Eric Allen finds daylight and the end zone for 10-3 lead over Iowa 57-347 120 10-16-4 1-44 6 49 IO-JB Passing yardage dieted. Fumble Record The loss was Iowa's fifth in as many Big Ten starts. The Spartans are now 2-2 in the league and 3-4 over-all, having snapped a three-game losing streak. Fumbles lost Yards penalized 47-57 142 74 10-24-1 9-42 3 35-131 253 54 18-36-4 7-38.

2 30 Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles Insf SCORING North Texas 7 14 0 021 57 Yards penalized SCORING Arkansas 14 20 If 760 good if we couldn't get it in at all," said Lauterbur. "But, yeah, I'd say that not being able to score was the most disappointing thing, other Clemson 0 13 713 Auburn 14 7 0 14 3J ARK jenKins I run innciara kilm ARK Jenkins 13 pass from Ferguson The moistness (it rained all (McClard kick) NT Yaege 33 pass from Shaw (Means kick) day Friday and a good part of Aub Henley 6 run (Jett kicki Aub Beasley 45 pass (rom Sullivan (Jett kick) Clem FG Seigler 31 Aub Lowry 1 run (Jett kick) Clem Johnson 40 pass interception ARK Saint 3 run imcLiarn kick ARK Saint run (McClard kick) ARK Hodge 31 Pass from Ferguson (Seigler kick) Aub Cannon 36 pass from Smith (Jett (kick failed) NT Edwards pass from Shaw (Pass kick) failed) ni miner au pass rrom onaw uocnc pass from Shaw) A 55,000. AUBURN, (AP)-Sopho- more lineoacker MiKe riynn scored on a fumble recovery AK is saim run imcLiam mii ARK Morton 44 run (kick failed) ARK Saint 3 run (kick failed) ARK Jones 15 run (McClard Kick) A 38,135 FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. (AP) Tailback Mike Saint, a and intercepted a pass to set" up another touchdown as fifth-ranked Auburn won a 35-13 foot than the loss." A 14-yard penalty against Brad Van Pelt for roughing receiver Jerry Reardon helped set up Iowa's field goal, bringing a 3-0 lead. It was the fourth time this year Iowa has led anyone.

"I was lucky," said Reardon. "I came down and brought my elbow into his middle. He pushed back and the referee caught him. It could have been me that was caught." A roughing-the-kicker penalty against Iowa's Larry Horton (who later distinguished himself with several big defensive senior making his first start of Saturday), plus the ballhan-dling dangers of playing the Wishbone-T, combined for a conference record 14 fumbles by the Spartans but only three were recovered by the Hawkeyes. The old record was 12, by Wisconsin against Michigan in 1944.

"If we'd recovered 11, it would have been a better record," sighed Lauterbur. Nonetheless, some of the spectators in a homecoming crowd of 60,383 watched closely when the game ended to see if the Spartans tried to carry Daugherty off the field. The betting was they'd ball victory over Clemson the year, scored four touch downs to lead ninth-ranked Ar Pat Sullivan, the nation's leading passer, completed 15 kansas to a 60-21 non-conference victory over North Texas State Saturday. of 31, well below his 62.8 per cent average. But it was enough to move him into sixth place.

Quarterback Joe Ferguson and sophomore tailback Dickie Morton, who played sparingly because of injured ribs, also IS tt V- 1 A 1 I I 4 lit i ii liii'MKiiill. In, vi Hi rimlr.atoA- i tnar. 1 contributed to the Arkansas at plays, including the blocking of a field goal attempt) helped the Spartans shove Iowa back over drop him if they tried. Iowa scored first, on Harry its own goal. Blocking Breakdown Individual Statistics RUSHING) Alt.

Yds. I 1 1 State low Mitchell II" All. TOS tack. Ferguson threw two touchdown passes the first the Eagles have allowed this year- before leaving the game in the third quarter. Morton gained 146 yards on 13 carries and scored on a 44-yard run.

Saint scored twice from three among the nation's all-time total offense leaders in col legiate football. The homecoming victory before a crowd of 55,000 left Auburn undefeated and showing more of the running game. Sullivan connected with Terry Beasley for 45-yard touchdown in the first period, and with Dick Schmalz for 51 yards in the final quarter to set up another score. 1 intercepted Tommy Kendrick's pass and ran it back to Clemson's 32 to put Auburn, in range for its first touchdown. In the second period, he Sundrmn Holmes Penney 10 I 2 Alien Holt Matthews Mihau Grua Manderlon Williams Charette Rasmussen Ransom 19 177 12 75 6 35 7 17 3 14 2 i 1 6 1 10 1 1 -2 It was fourth-and-30 and Morion's penalty brought a new punt that carried 49 yards to the seven.

A couple of plays later, Sunderman was trapped in the end zone by Curl for a safety. "We just had a breakdown on PASSING yards out and twice on runs of low Sunderman Fic Pennev Michigan Stat Rasmusien Alt. Comp. Int. Yds.

30 12 2 115 1 0 25 10 10 Att. Comp. Int. Yds. 11 4 0 109 five yards.

Arkansas lost six fumbles and Season Records 2 0 0 0 Mihau RECEIVING MICHIGAN STATE No. Yds i I Stat suffered four pass interceptions. The Eagles had seven turnovers and had a punt grabbed Heide Davis' fumble in the air and scampered 17 yards IOWA Ohio SI 51 Oregon St. 33 Penn. St.

44 Pordu 45 N'western .28 Minnesota .19 NO. Yds. Dupree 2 66 Allen 1 23 Hurd 1 20 10 III. 0 0 Ga. Tech ....10 31 Ore.

St. H. ..14 1 N. Dam 14 13 Mich. 24 18 Wisconsin ..31 SUNDAY REGISTER FOOTBALL PHOTOS BY LARRY NEIBERGALL VIA WIREPH DTO (AP) low Mitchell Penney Osbv Trlplett Rollins Rcardon 4 51 3 20 2 33 2 IB 1 12 1 6 blocked.

Hawkeyes' Larry Horton blocks Michigan State field goal attempt 34.... low 3 Mich. SI. ..24 O.30 Wisconsin O.30 Purdue IN.i Ohio 51 Vntolnc' 7.vnrrl fiolri anal tholN.13 Minn. N.6 Michi9an N.13 Indiana H.

N.20 Illinois five-man screen bw Ni30 (western No. 4 Tide jbama went 71 yards, with the a i s-to-Bailey com bination romping! can't keep the ball a fair i share of the time, points get given up. to score. Auburn's other touchdowns came on runs of six yards by Terry Henley, one yard by Tommy Lowry and a 36-yard pass from sub quarterback Ted Smith to Sandy Cannon an the game ended. Eddie Seigler kicked two field.

blocking the middle," said Lau II again putting six points on the tirst time it had ball ana me thing that hurt most in this loss was that there never was another score. Lack Punch terbur. Rick Shaw, a sophomore quarterback, kept North Texas State in the game in the first half, completing 12 of 22 passes for 227 yards and three touchdowns. The Razorbacks blew the game open in the third period on a five-yard scoring run by Saint and Morton's 41-yard dash. ious aemna MussoMark i board.

Bailey made a fibigertip catch in the end zone to haul in i Davis' 25-yard strike. The Cougars rounded out 97 In an a 1 1 pt to get more authority into the Tuning game, Iowa used three deep backs at times, putting fullbacks and Frank Holmes alongside Mitchell. alongside. Shlapak Mark Borys Shlapak, who lettered as a freshman place kicker at Drake before coming here to play soccer (which he never has), kicked a 54-yard field goal for the Spartans, tying his school record set last year. In addition to Mitchell's in That opening drive bogged goals for Clemson and Bobby Johnson scored on a 40-yard down on the 10, another failed on the 11, the real pain came Statistics yards late in the third pe, riod to Houston Alabama close to 26-14, but ALTbama pass interception for the Tigers.

with four shots from the three 24 i til tn oiftorl orr.iin It's going to take more beef 59-258 t-u again. Rushes-vards 69 and speed up front, too. 23 46-300 118 9 14 5-43 1 35 Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts 126 6-11-0 6-40 0 30 STOCKTON TIED :03 Left: Wash. State's Kicker Upsets Stanford Sunderman didn't see Curl coming. "I knew they'd be blitzing with third and that much yardage," he said.

"I turned around to set up and there he was." The safety closed it to 3-2. Not long later, Curl blocked Sunderman's punt. Michigan State started from the Hawkeye 25. Allen later ran nine yards for the first of his touchdowns. That 10-3 lead grew and grew, with Allen going 53 for his second touchdown just before the half.

He wound up with Fumbles losf jury, wnicn is not Denevea serious, Steve Penney hurt a MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA Yards penali2ed NO. 8 GEORGIA STRIKES, 34-0 SCORING leg and linebacker Harry and no touchdown and then there was another futile foray to the 20. The Hawkeyes simply don't have enough punch. Much of Mitchell's work Is do le on individual effort, rather than because of crisply paved paths, and Sunderman has to throw against defense always rigged for passes. defense lias to be Young reinjured a shoulder.

(Af) Uave ttOCKtOn ana Houston 0 7 7 4-20 Australian Bruce Crampton 1 2 run (B.! II each fired one-undcr-par 71s how a. rD (B. STANFORD, CALIF. (AP) Don Sweet's 27-yard field goal as time ran out Saturday gave Washington State a 24-23 upset over tenth-ranked Stanford.

Saturday 10 remain tied lor tneioav.s kicki Ala Bailev 25 pass from T. Davis lead in the $22,400 Wills Masters I ATHENS. GA. Rosenberg's 56-yard-punt re Uirn iand Jerome Jackson's pass ln- Craig demons. Bill Sehoonover, Mike Wcndling, Dave Triplctt and Ike White had moments on defense.

Trouble is, when the offense The Cougars, in scoring their (kick tailed) Ala. Musso run (pass failed) Hous Odoms 3 pass from Mullins (McCrea kick) three touchdowns. The Stanford golf tournament with 54 -hole totals of 210. first Pacific Eight football vic- Ala Lafiue 10 run (T. Davis run) (prcpntinn un twn cli link Hous Odoms 3 pass from Mullms (kick i tcpuun set.

up iu IICK failed) tory since 1968, handed Stan-1 defensive unit had allowed only ford its first conference loss of five touchdowns this season, the year. Stanford's offense nrnrlnrpd third-period touchdowns as eighth-ranked Georgia TUSCALOOSA. ALA. (API overpowered Kentucky, in "This is the greatest victory Johnny Musso scooted two i a Southeastern Conference fo ot-1 I've been associated with in 22 yards around end Saturday to ball game. years of coaching," jubilant break the Southeastern Confer-! The Bulldocs (7-0t led.

Coach Jim Sweenev said. "It I just one touchdown, when fullback Hillary Shockley's two-yard run put the Indians ahead, 17-14, early in the third period. u-'-- ence scoring record as halftime against a strong Tf li.f VI til UUUUfcf llglll Losing coach John Ralston oama turned bacK Houston, j-- I Kentucky defense, but the The Indians, after falling be- Idescribed WSU as "a great 20, in college tootnau. big plays within a 3-minu te I it i learn," which plucked 1M. in ine secona quarter, The victory was the seventh i span of the third period opene W'ThimHpr rhir-kpn thp fmnt i scoreci on a -yara KicKoti re- the door to their explosive sec jjfour, for 459 net yards.

"I si I', it turn as Miles Moore ran nine yards and handed the ball to John Winesberry, who sped the final 88. straight for the fourth-ranked Crimson Tide, and 115th for Coach Paul Bryant at Alabama, tying him with the late Frank Thomas for most coaching victories at the school. ond half. Rosenberg returned to the 1 Wildcat two. Two plays later Jimmy Poulas scored from the one and Andy Johnson 'If you want to see a happy bunch of guys, go into our locker room.

It looks like they're going through the III Oregon's Glass Stuns San Jose t-pearly gates," Sweeney i 1 1 Musso record-breaking run passed for the conversion to in the first period put him at Poulos to give Georgia a 14-0 acinea. 206 career points. The previous lead. The Indians, now 3-1 in the conference record was 204 bv iUa l-ap-iip and h-2 nV'pr-a wont! c.Ltjh,Ar.. (AH) aan i i i i i 1 1 1 .1 ami un- r.

rn orrf wse 01 1 ecn; Jackson intercepted Bernie'Mhead, 23-21, midway in the Jose State hemmed in ex 19G1-63. in i.i burth quarter on a 36-yard plosive, tailback Bobby Moore, t.J'-I J'UOJ uuu ucu i but flanker Leland Glass icld goal by Red Garcia. I Houston bounced back early in the second period and drove 62 yards on the running of Tommy Mozisek and Rob five yards to the ildcat 31. It took Georgia five plays to score, with Johnson going the final yard with 3:45 left in the quarter. Kim Braswell booted a pair The Cougars, now 1-1 in the conference, lost one scoring tnance with five minutes to play Hhen Stanford line-, backer Jim Merlo recovered fumble by quarterback Ty 'aine at the Indians' 11-yard caught two Dan Fouts touchdown passes Saturday in Oregon's 34-14 non-conference football victory.

Glass, the leading Pacific-3 Conference receiver, caught scoring tosses of 29 and 10 and wound up with eight catches for ert Newbouse and passing of Gary Mullins. Mozisek's spurt tied the of 25-vard field goals in the three-yard score. first half and the Bulldogs 1 ine. The Tide, which is 7-0 over added fourth-period touchdowns Thfn. with three seconds 6' yards as Oregon pulled the Cougars, came right back on James Ray's 12-yard pass to Sw eet kicked the ball through aay from a slim 14-7 advan-tht uprights.

with a 68-yard drive on the run-jMike oreene ana Hal Bissell ning of Musso, Steve Bisceglia one-yard run. 1 lornard Jackson scored twice Moore gained yards in 2 and Terry Davis, who threw. It was the sixth straight de-i feat for Kentucky, following its on one-yard plunges and Paine carries, far under his average final 13 yards to David Bailev. season-opening victory ovcr'thr a 71-yard pass to iKe ot im.i yaras per game, mm Net son for Washington State's best in the nation. Iowa is about to get its only points with Harry Kokolus' 27-yard field goal Two possessions later, Ala-' Clemson..

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 300+ newspapers from the 1700's - 2000's
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Des Moines Register
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

About The Des Moines Register Archive

Pages Available:
Years Available: