The Courier from Waterloo, Iowa on November 8, 1970 · 25
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Waterloo, Iowa
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f t - - - , tDntcr bo Sunhan Caur tr -lwfC aT-- f 7Tm fl rW, i--- it! 0 y - tiL 1 . IW) (Courier Photos Dy Jim Humphrey) WATERLOO, IOWA, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1970 Section Three - Pages 25 - 32 Iowa's Green Leaps High for a Roy Bash Aerial . . . AND IT'S A TOUCHDOWN wa Romps, 4 Bash, Mitchell Power Hawkeyes 13; clones Fall STATISTICS Fin dowm Rushing yardoqt Passing yardage Return yardagi Passn Punts 8 Fumbles losf " Yards ptnalind Indiana Iowa 24 J54 n 4-37 5 1 1J n 3)7 113 II 101 7-41 0 10S By BURKE EVANS Assistant Sports Editor IOWA CITY - Iowa's Hcwk-eyes brought, their 1970 football frurtrations to a screeching half, here yesterday afternoon, demolishing Indiana's ha pie si iloosiers 42-13 before a Dad's Dav crowd of 43,217. F'T the second straight week, the Hawkeye line completely dominated play, both offensively and defensively. And, the Hawkeye backs complemented the brilliant line play with a . near flawless performance, not Riving up the pigskin once via a fumlie or pass interception. Bash Superb Tailback Levi Mitchell and fullback Tim Sullivan turned in their usual top notch running games and senior quarterback Roy Eash enjoyed the most prolific day of his collegiate career, , Eash, making his first start in five games, completed six of six passes for 113 yards and one touchdown and added 3G yards carrying the ball 10 times himself: He also scored one touchdown and ran for a two-point conversion before departing with the rest of the Hawk-eye regulars with 39 seconds left in the third quarter and resting comfortably on top of a 42-7 score. Mitchell, the Gary, Ind. scooter, scored a pair of first half touchdowns on runs of 1 and 20 yards and finished the game with 124 yards on 15 carries. He now has lugged the pigskin 177 times this season for 807 yards ard ranks ninth in Hawkevs career rushing with 1,211 yards. Third Leading Rusher ' Sullivan, the third leading grouno gainer in Iowa history, ran 13 times for 71 yards and turned in another sterling block-, ing performance, springing Mitchell on numerous occasions. Sullivan, who scored a touchdown on a one-yard burst up the middle in the third period, Sub QB lagge Leads Huskers BIG TEN STANDINGS W L T TP OP Ohio State S 0 ft 153 54 Michigan S ft ft 173 38 Northwestern 4 1 144 ii Michigan State 3 2 113 84 IOWA 1 J 1 83 10? Minnesota 1 3 1 7 105 Purdue 1 4 ft 83 117 Wisconsin .,! 4 0 70 113 Illinois 1 4 0 82 183 Irdiana , 14 St 157 now has toted the ball for 1,462 career yards. He has 457 this fall. The victory gives the Hawk-eyes a 2-2-1 record in Big Ten play and an overall 2-5-1 mark. Indiana was losing for the seventh lime in eight games this fall and now stands 1-4 in Big Ten action. ,' The win also enabled the Hawkeyes to widen their lead in the series between the two schools to 23-13-4 overall and 13-3-3 in Iowa Stadium. It was the second straight year the See IOWA Continued on page 28, col. 2 Black Hawks Fall By LARRY D. SPEARS Courier Sports Writer The Waterloo Blackhawks shook off the slow-motion doldrums midway through the second period but couldn't break through a strong goal-tending performance by Carl Wetzel and fell 5-1 to the United States Nationals at McElroy Auditorium last night. Wetzel, who recorded 35 saves in the game, managed to block 'five separate Hawk scoring chances in the third period even when the Hawks pulled their own goalie Jim Coyle with less than a minute remaining and put six men on the offensive attack. The Nationals, who will represent the United States in the World Amateur Hockey Championships in 1971 were playing only their second game of the i I m rv rsr in ""-I flit . Jl.-.. a. if 1 1, -w ' liKL v vst Wit'' . ?$imffi' :-l t l . .... jr'' l s COYLE SAVES U.S. Nationals Henry Boucha, 10, and Gary Gambucci, 7, close in as Waterloo Black Hawk goalie Jim Coyle makes a save in the first period of their exhibition (Courier Pholo by Jerry Dahl) hockey game at McElroy Auditorium last night. The two teams will play again today at 3 p.m. STATISTICS Nebraska Iowa State First Downs 31 H Rushing Yardage 342 117 Passing Yardage 233 228 Return Yardage 74 - 3 Passes 18-27-0 39-38-3 Punls 3-32 7-41 Fumbles Lost 3 1 Yards Penalized .......... 70 71 By KEVIN EVANS Courier Sports Writer AMES Bob Devaney went to his bullpen for a relief hurier and came out with Jerry Tagge who fired strikes all day to lead -the University of Nebraska to nn impressive 54-29 Big Eight Conference football win over Iowa State here at Clyde Wil--liams Field yesterday. Tagge, a last minute starter, came on to throw two touchdown passes and run for another to lead the fourth-ranked Corrhuskers to their eighth win in nine outings against one tie. Van Brownson, a junior signal caller who prepped at Shenandoah, has been the Huskers starting signal caller most of the year and was scheduled to start again yesterday. A week ago in the Huskers' win over Colorado Brownson injured an elbow and reinjured -1 season. They opened Wednesday with a 6-4 victory over the University of Minnesota at Duluth and last night's win gave them a 2-0 mark. The Hawks who have only three weeks practice under their belts due to the late installation of ice at McElroy are making a return to the United States Hockey League after a year's absence while Waterloo tasted professional hockey. The Nationals wasted little time in taking advantage of the Hawks' slow start with Henry Boucha slapping in a goal with just 1:40 gone in the game. Despite the Hawks early dominance of the shot-taking department, the Nationals boosted their margin to 2-0 just over three minutes later as Craig Falkman took a pass from Herb Brooks and slapped the puck by Coyle. . Waterloo's defense tightened until midway through the second period when Craig Patrick scored an unassisted goal from the left side after beating See HOCKEY Continued on page 26, cot. 8 USHL STANDINGS W L T Pit, GF GA Morquette 1 2 ft i 30 23 WATERLOO 2 1 0 4 16 17 Thunder Bay 2 2 ft 4 1 1 Saull Ste. Marl ..2 S O 4 IV 38 Green Bay .... 2 1 ft 18 II Green Boy 7, Thunder Bay 1 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS U.S. Nutionals S, WATERLOO I Marquette V. Soult Ste. Marie 1 GAMES TODAY U.S. Nationals a WATERLOO, 3 p.m. Thunder Boy at Sault Ste. Marit GAME THURSDAY Green Bay at Marquette GAME FRIDAY WATERLOO al Saull Ste. Marie GAME SATURDAY WATERLOO el Morquetle GAME NEXT SUNDAY WATERLOO at Thunder Bay the saine arm again here yesterday during warmup drills. Tagee played all but. the final few minutes of the game and hit cn 18 of 27 passes for 223 yards. He sdded another 17 yards on the ground to aid the Nebraska attack. ' While Tagge was having an excellent day in the relief role Iowa State's Dean Carlson had a pretty fair game himself. Carlson connected on 15 of 29 aerials for 147 yard and a pair of touchdowns. And Carlson's substitute also had a pretty fair afternoon, hitting on four of eight in the air for 81 yards and two more scores. Top receiver and rusher for th;v Cyclones was end Otto Stowe. The senior end snared six passes for a pair of scores , and also netted 36 yards rushing on one end around play and scored a two point conversion on nnother end around reverse. The Cyclones offense came out after the opening kickoff and moved the ball well only . to lose it on a Carlson fumble on the Nebraska 26. Jeff Allen was one man away from returning the opening boot all the way for a score and gave the Cv-r.lmes the ball on their own: 37 'Mrd line after a 34 yard return. vr On the first play Carlson hit Stowe with a flat pass that covered 36 yards before the fumble Ou the next play. . Nebraska showed their running ability cn their first possession, marching 74 yards in ,17 piays, 60 of those yards through the middle of the Iowa BIG EIGHT STANDINGS W L T TP OP Nebraska 4 0 0 181 17 Kansas State 5 1 0 117 83 Oklahoma 3 1 0 4 74 Kansas 2 3 0 101 130 Missouri 2 3 0 104 102 Colorado 2 3 0 157 113 Oklahoma State 1 3 ft 85 14ft IOWA STATE 0 5 0 77 185 State defensive line, for1 n touchdown and a 6-0 lead with 8:48 left on the first . period clock. The Cyclones' next possession of the ball failed to produce ? first down and Nebraska took the ball on their own 34 after a punt. This time it took 13 plays to cover the 66 yards with Joe Orduna going over for his second touchdown from eight yards See ISU - Continuel on page 26, col. 2 'fli limy 'Sbw WAS IT THE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL GAME OF THE DECADE OR OF THE CENTURY? FOR THE COURIER'S COMPLETE COVERAGE OF THE EAST-WEST WATERLOO FOOTBALL GAME, INCLUDING PICTURES AND LOCKER-ROOM STORIES, SEE PAGE 27. RUSS SMITH'S COLUMN ... PAGE 26 ISU LOCKERROOM STORY PAGE 26 BIG TEN STORIES PAGE 28 IOWA DRESSING ROOM STORY PAGE 28 BIG EIGHT STORIES PAGE 30 FRIDAY'S PREP FOOTBALL PAGE 31 ISU FROSII UPENDED PAGE 32 PRO FOOTBALL ROUNDUP PAGE 32 How Hoople Fared He Was Right Iowa 42, Indiana 13 Michigan 42, Illinois 0 Michigan State 24, Purdue 14 Northwestern 28, Minnesota 14 Ohio State 24, Wisconsin 7 Nebraska 54, Iowa State 29 Kansas State 28, Oklahoma State 15 Colorado 45, Kansas 29 Augustana 20, UNI 10 Notre Dame 46, Pitt 14 Oregon 46, Air Force 35 He Was Wrong Oklahoma 28, Missouri 14 Tie Breakers Total points Iowa vs. Indiana 55 Total net yards gained same game 774 Sub Klinedinst Tops UNI STATISTICS First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punting Yards penalized Fumbles lost Aug. 17 193 102 124 7-21-4 3-40 55 2 UNI 15 170 13 85 7-29-t 5-34.8 87 1 By RUSS L. SMITH Courier Sports Editor SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Augustana found a quarterback who could tell the Vikings' purple jersey from the Panthers' white yesterday and came from behind to defeat the University of Northern Iowa 20-10 in a North Central Conference football game. Michael Klinedinst, who caught a touchdown pass in the first half as a split end piloted the Vikings to two second half NORTH CENTRAL STANDINGS W L T TP OP North Dakolo Stat t ft ft 233 44 North Dakota 4 1 1 143 48 South Dakota 3 1 1 204 84 Augustana 3 3 ft 100 138 Morningside 1 4 ft 75 148 NORTHERN IOWA 1 S ft 74 172 South Dakota State ....15 ft 61 161 touchdowns to break up a duel of interceptions and condemn the Panthers, who started the season as title contenders, to a share of last place in the loop with South Dakota State, the 'only conference team they've defeated, and Morningside. Klinedinst took over after starting quarterback Randy Slobe had thrown three passes to UNI defensive backs while the Panthers' Al Wichtcndahl 20-10 broke his week old school record by throwing six interceptions. He had five stolen last week. Fumbles or interceptions accounted for all 30 of the game's points. UNI led 7-0 in the first, half and 10-6 at halftime and hung on until Augie took the lead with 2:16 to go in the third quarter, but the only offense the Panthers had was fullback Roger Jones up the middle and a couple of bombs from Wichtcndahl to Larry Skartvedt. , Augie Outgained Wichtendahl completed 7 of 28 passes for 139 yards, and the Panthers added 170 on the ground to out gain Augie 309-295 in total yards. But Skartvedt accounted for 107 of the passing yards on two catches. He grabbed a 32-yard touchdown pass from Wichtendahl on the second play (plus a penalty) after Randy Junkman's first of two interceptions and an 18-yard return gave UNI the ball on the Augustana 45: Shortly after Augustana took the lead the pair clicked on a 50-yard play to the Vikings'-15, but UNI had to punt from the 41. A Jones fumble after the Panthers had held on their own one' gave Augie the ball on the 14 and Klinedinst caught a pass See UNI Continued on page 26, col. 6 Bi)iilW1WWuilIITOW.'i 'I1WWWPIIBWIWIW p 3SOTW ( : - Lh 4 y , 'i . I - f f K r y- f - f - " i f 1 1 r v X X- 'H 'w ( v - W! -'A .J (Courier Photos by Don Jacobs) ALL FOR NOTHING Iowa State's tight end, Ted Lorcnz, a day's Big Eight game in Ames. The play was called back native of Rcinbeck, is met by two Nebraska defenders after he because of a Cyclone infraction, hauled in a pass on the Cornhuskcrs' nine yard line in yestcr-

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