The Courier from Waterloo, Iowa on November 8, 1970 · 26
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Poo Twenty-ill SUNDAY. NOVEMBER I, 1?70 WATERLOO SUNDAY COURIER, WATERLOO. IOWA tote tegs BIG TEN .tfichiaon Stall M. Pur.. 11 -MKhtfon 4J, llinelit , -Northwestern 21. Minnesota 14 Ohn Stall J4, Wisconsin 7 How 42, Indians 1) : big eight Knjisoj State II, Oklahoma Stat IS '" 'oim w, lowa stoit it Oklahoma II, Missouri 14 .folorodt. 45, Kansas II NORTH CENTRAL - Augustana M, Northern lawo II . Troke 37, South Dakota II -- "South Dakota State 44, Mornlngside 14 j "North Dakota Stolo 40, Mankato Stat 21 , Arkansas Stall 13, North Dakota II IOWA CONFERENCE j Author 35, Chicago Circle 13 i- ,i)ooni 14, William Ponn I MA IOWA COLLEGE Co 41, Coricton 14 1owo Wesieyon 27, Central Methodist 1J SI. Ola )5, Orlnnell 7 Ornke 37, South Dakota "Concordia, Neb. W, Northwestern 21 : EAST ..AdMnhl 12, Maine Maritime 0 Alhrlnht 34, Lebanon Valley 24 . Alfred 50, Hamilton Col 0 " Amherst 3, Trinity College 1 Boston College 65, Butfalo 12 " ' Bowdoin 32, Tults 3 Brockport State 24, Curry College t C-nlral Conn St 20, American Int'l 0 Colby College 14, Bates College 7 ' Jfttnnt AA. RiirknHI 14 Xortiand State I, Northeastern 7 .Dartmouth 55, coiumoio a f Stroudsburg 47, Bloomsburg 22 .F6rfhom 39, Georgetown 17 -Franklin & Mar 41, Hoverford Col 14 GcMysburo Col 13, Drexel Tech 7 -Grove City 30, Bridaewat, Mass I Harvard 29, Princeton 7 4thoco 20, C. W. Post 17 iohns Hopkins U, Swarthmore I Kylitown 44, Mansfield St 14 4.ehiah 36, Oeloware 13 tyoomlna Col 13, Delawari Vol i Maine 28, Vermont 21 Mnrist College 14, Pace College 6 Massachusetts 29, Holy Cross 13 Millersvllle St U, Shlppensburg 14 Moravian Col 6, Uosalo College 6 Muhlenberg 14, P.M.C. Colleges 6 New Hampshire 40, Springfield 21 Nichols College 16, Trenton Stole 7 &t.irh iiniu in. Worcester Tech 7 Rochester 27, Hobart College 20 , Rutgers 6, Boston Unlv 3 St Lawrence 25, Rensselaer 17 St Vincent Col i, Catholic Unlv 0 Syracuse 31, Army 29 Temple 18, Rhode Island 15 Union College 13, Mlddlebury 10 Urslnus 17, Dickinson Col 3 Waaner 16, Susquehanna 14 Washinatn & Jef 44, WHmlnqton Col 21 Wesleydn 29, Williams Col 13 West Chester 38, Lenoir Rhyne 21 Wst Maryland 13, Juniata College 10 ' Wilkes College 20, Southern Conn 17 Yale 32, Pennsylvania 22 : SOUTH Alabama A&M 30, Albany St, Go 27 Alobamo State 30, Bethune-Cookmn 27 Alcorn A&M 40, Mississippi Val 14 Auburn 56, Mississippi St 0 Austin Peay 45, Murray State 7 Chattanooga 29, Citadel 28 Concord Colleae 44, Glenvllle State 19 , East Tenn State 13, Morehead Stat 7 East Kentucky 20, Tennessee Tech 13 Elizabeth City 19, t'o Carolina A&T 6 ' " Elon College 10, Newberry Col 6 Emory & Henry 27, Georgetown Col 17 . .. Fisk University 22, Lane College 11 Florida 24, Georgia 17 Florida State 38, Clemson 13 . Ft Valley State 6, Sovonnoh State i - , ' Furman Unlv 49, Guilford Col 21 ."a 'Georgia Tech 30, Navy I Grombllng Col 41, Arkansas AM&N 13 '. Hampden-Sydney 29, Centre College 0 . "J.C. Smith 55, No Carolina Cen 34 Knoxville Col 19, Morehouse Col 12 Lafayette 53, Davidson Col 34 ' Louisiana State 14, Alabama 9 Louisville 40, Memphis State 27 , -" Mare Hill 30, West Vo Tech 19 'Marshall Unlv 20, Kent State 17 -""Middle Tenn St 17, West Kentucky 13 -" Mlllsaps Colle0e 2'' Sou S,ate' Arlt' 2 ,t Mississippi 24, Houston Unlv 13 North Carolina 62, Virginia Military 13 , ,No Carolina St 21, Virginia 16 Penn State 34, Maryland 0 Petersburg St 21, Norfolk State 0 Randolph-Macon 22, Brldgewater, Va 14 St Paul's Col 26, Hampton Inst 7 Samofrd Unlv 42, Appalachian St 35 ' Shepherd Col 14, Salem College 13 ' SE. Louisiana 24, Loulslona Tech 21 ' SW Memphis 42, Washingtn & Lee 14 , ' .Tennessee 20, South Carolina 18 . Tennessee State 36, Morris Brown 14 ,t'f Tend U, Martin 23, Troy State Tulane 31, Miami, Fla 16 Tuskegec 21, Miles College 6 Vanderbllt 18, Kentucky 17 Virginia Tech 34, Villanova 7 . Vlralnia Union 28, Show 13 Woke Forest 28, Duke 14 West Liberty 10, Fairmont 3 West Virginia 28, East Carolina 4 Wllltpm ft Mary 28, Connect cut 15 Wlnslon Salem 31, Fayetlevllli 14 Wofford 38, Catawba Col 20 MIDWEST Adrian 24, Albion 7 Akron 42, Youngstown 14 Alma College 40, Lake Forest 12 Anderson 37, Dellance Co 34 Ball State 24, Southern Illinois 17 .. Bemldll State 40, Winona S ate II Bethel Minn. 32, Dakota Wesley I : , .Black Hills St 21, Chadron State 17 . ' Bradley 34, Wise, Milwaukee 20 ' i " Butler 34, Valparaiso 31 ' lapltal Unlv 28 Baldwin-Wallace 7 -' ' Corroll, Wise. 13, Wheaton College 12 - .Cose Inst Tech 22, Coast Guard 7 Cent Michigan 17, Indiana Sta e 7 , cent Missouri St 14, Lincoln Unlv , Central St, Ohio 36, Bluffton 2 " . Concordia Col 13, Gustav Adolphus 0 . Concordia T, III. 22, Northwest Wise 21 " ' Culver-Stockton 42, Peru Sta e 21 Dakota St Col 39, Sioux Falls 17 DePouw Unlv 14, Wabash 13 i Earlham Col 33, Rose Polytechnic 13 East Michigan 20, NE Louisiana St 0 - Evansville 23, St Joseph's, Ind. 5 Flpdlay College 31, John Carroll 15 ' Franklin Col 21, Manches er 13 Hillsdale Col 35, Indiana U, Pa. " Hiram College , Kenyan College 12 . , Hiram Scott Col 7, Boise State 3 . Hope College 26, Taylor -Illinois College 15, Eureka College 7 ,,. . Uois Wesley 52, North Park Col 12 ' ' ndiana Central 31, Hanover Col 14 n;:,"e?Unlv 2 ' " 'Koox College 28, Cornell College 14 ' Lawrence Unlv 23, Belolt College 0 -' MocAlester 23, Augsburg 16 i Marietta Col 45, West Va Wesley a Miami, Ohio 17, Dayton J Milllkln Unlv 20, Augustona, III. 'O .... nn Dal"'" Hom"?eMUn'VTth 7 - ' -': wirmesota-Morris 27, Michigan Tech 7 Monmouth Col 28, R'POP") e8e.,2J Northwood Mich 30, Ollvel College 6 . v.'-y. Notre Oame 46, Pittsburgh 14 T)hlo 34, Bowling Green 7 i. H Cloud State 29, Moorhead State) St Norbert 62, Dubuque 0 - "It Olaf College 35, Gr nnell Co 7 .';S6 Missouri 34, NW Missouri St 29 Tuna 21, Wichita State 12 -v -;-Washburn 34, Emporia St Col 21 ,4 Washington, Mo. 38, Sewcmee 20 ' ' Wayne St, Neb 35, SW Minnesota 14 Wayne St, Mich 33, Kalamazoo Col 10 Wovnesburg 20, Ashland 15 r, S Illinois 55, IHinoli St Unlv 46 i Wistmor College , Midland " Wise, Eau Claire 29, Stout State 12 , . WW Lacrosse 15, Wise, Whitewater 7 ' ' Wise. Oshkosh 20, Wise, Superior 2 L ' Wise, Plattevllle 28, Ferris State 13 . , Wise! Stevens Pt 30, Wise, Rlv Falls ' . Wittenberg 35, Wooster 0 v Xavier 35, Ouontlco Marine 27 ' Yankton 16, Dana College 6 , SOUTHWEST Abilene 21, Texos, Arlington 7 Arkansas 38, Rice 14 ' i 'Arknnsas Stale 23, North Dakota II Cincinnati 30, North Texas S 10 ' ' East Texas St 29, Sul Ross S u e 24 ..... ri 10. Tnrleton State 14 'SordX "Methodist , Texas A&M 3 S fxas State 35, Howard Payne 02 Vai' 21, Baylor 14 'Tos Col A&l 31, Sam Houston St 14 Texas Lutheran 10, prairie view 'Vas Tech 22, Texas Lnrunan WiS Michigan 20, West Texas Stale 0 ::: far west , -A;bA Pacific 21, Calif Tech 0 ' (, U, SBarbara 36, Los Angeles St t -Collf Western 31, Puget Sound 13 HTentfol Wash St 40, San Francisco St 20 Claremont-Mudd 19, La Verne Cot 2 .Colorodo College 47, Plllsbury Col 21 Colo State Unlv 26, Brlghom Young Eo6t New Mex 21, Northern Arizona 7 Idaho 27, Weber State 17 4earney Stole 17, Colo School Mln 14 ; Llnfield Col 12, Lewis ft Clark 7 v Montana 35, Montana State 0 Nevada 61, Eastern Oregon 14 New Mexico 35, Arizona 7 Northern Colo 27, Southern Colo 10 Oreaon 46, Air Force 35 Orpoon Stale 16, California 10 Pnciflc Lutheran 30, Idaho College 21 Rcdlnnds 52, Occidental 17 Sirramento 41, Son Francisco 7 Southern Cat 70, Woshington St 33 ". Slanfprd 79, Woshington 22 ' .inh 17, Utah Slate 0 rftrn SI Colo 20. Adams Slate 17 Writ Washington IS, East Wash St 6 Westmmst, Utah 44, Ft Lewis Col 14 t Stan Set to Jump by UELJ ,1 ' If ( h "i I (Courier Photo by Dan Jacob) TOPSY-TURVY Iowa State quarterback George Amundson action of the Nebraska game yesterday. Cyclones lost to dives over guard Roy Harms for slight gain in first quarter the Cornhuskcrs 51-29. SIOUX FALLS. S. D. -Northern Iowa football coach Stan Sheriff has a bet which he promises to win as soon as the football season is over. He's going to jump out of an airplane. . The terms of the wager would permit him to wear a parachute. After ' yesterday's fifth straight North Central Conference defeat this one to Augustana 20-10 ... Well, with Stan's recent luck the chute probably won't open, anyway. Yesterday he got beat for the first time ever here by a substitute split end. . The sub first caught a pass for a touchdown then he threw a couple to set up another touchdown. "The last touchdown (scored with 1:35 left in the game) was a gift," Sheriff said. Twelve penalty yards accounted for four-fifths of the distance as the Vikings drove 15 yards for their final TD. An interception put the ball on the 15. This was shortly after the UNI bench drew a 15-yard penalty while the Panthers had the ball. When a play was run out of bounds in front of the Panther bench, Assistant Coach Larry Thompson availed himself of the opportunity to tell the oficial what he thought of his work. "YOU KN'OW, it turned out to be a bad break for us when their starting quarterback (Randy Slobe) hurt his hand," Sheriff said. "That kid they sent in (Mike Klinedinst, also the split end, also a kick receiver and occasional safety-man) could do things (like run and pass) we weren't prepared for. We had kind of geared our , defense against what we felt Slobe could do." -I feel badly," Stan said. "We played well enough to win and we needed this win. We had control of this game and we let it get away from us. "There were a lot of young kids playing and they made mistakes young kids will make - little mistakes, but they hurt." "DON'T BE TOO CONCERNED about Slobe's hand" Viking coach Ralph Starenko "He said it hurt, but I think he just wanted to give us an excuse to get him out of there. "We lucked out. A couple times they had Mike (Klinedinst) in trouble and he was just throwing the ball away and we caught it for long gains. "I was real pleased. The kids have shown great progress. We were supposed to be last. Nobody gave us anything else." Augustana finished with a 3-3 loop mark, good for fourth. Klinedinst, a sophomore from Middletown, Pa., played some at safety last year, but he was at split end and on the receiving end of a touchdowo pass thrown by Slobe in the first half yesterday. When Klinedinst took over the quarterbacking in the third quarter, it was about the sixth quarter this season he had been at the helm. He started and played the route against North Dakota State, apparently to save Slobe much misery at the hands of the league's defending champion. Klinedinst also started the Mankato St. game but was replaced by Slobe. The vitcory was only the fifth iin history by Augustana over Northern Iowa but it was also the second straight. Northern has won 18 in the scries. UNI (Continued! iW win, j Coaches Agree-Stowe Great By ROD WILLIAMSON j being Eppie Barney's career Courier Sports Correspondent i receiving record, had quite a AMES One of the nice things day. about the Iowa State-Nebraska! In. addition to his six recep- game. was that everybody was convinced. The score was convincing, the Cornhuskers were convincing and Otto Stowe was convincing. "I knew I was near the sidelines," Stowe said, "but I just concentrated on the ball and keeping my body as far to the 39 and 22 yards, respectively, on 7 and 12 carries. One of safetyman Mike Daly's Tisdale, was impresed with the! Nebraska team, saying that,! "It's the best Big Eight team I've faced in my three years. nons, he ran the ball once on right as I could, btowe took, Overall, they re very good of-an end around for 36 yards and I the ball away from a host of fensively, although defensively even threw a pass himself. jNebraska defenders and turned'not as sharp as last year." If you're trying to figure out an incomplete pass into six is the national rank and poll how a wide receiver can throw 'points. talk on the Huskers mind? DlU u Mkl, r)nu'n : i i n,u i j 1 i i : 1 juuui uic neuiaaiva uuao duu a pass mis is uuw ii came cuui iieau cuauies i nau praise, un... nnrallv thints Devaney and the Iowa State j about. After taking a short lob for each other's teams though about the lls and jj.es to head roarh .Inhnnv Mninrs'nass in thp Ante frnm niiarter.'nn nnp eppmprf in u'nnrlpr whiph . .. .. . .. lauded the efforts of Stowe, I back Dean Carlson, Stowe faked who caught 6 passes two of them! a run and then fired down field for touchdowns. for tight end Tom Lorenz of "Otto Stowe is the finest re-!Reinbeck. The pass was broken ceiver in the country," Majors! up at the last moment by said after the game. Surprisingly enough Devaney Nebraska defenders The last time I threw a pass said almost the same thing, was in high school, and I think "Stowe can do it all, he's a! that was incomplete too. We tremendous football player,"! have worked on that play in Devaney said..; "He can run, practice, but I haven't been catch, block, everything. As far practicing my throwing that as I'm concerned, Stowe is an much." ail-American." . : I Devaney was still shaking his Stowe, who in the last three i head after the game about games, has shattered two long-, Stowe 's circus catch for a 33 m uue 6etwu w wuuuer wmu! fc ., DevaneV said. "But if one was superior. jj was t0Q concerned about the ne nave a guuu luuiuau nn11. j wnniHn't havp nnr mv beam, luajuia oaiu, uuv 11c- standing Iowa State records, one being Jim Doran's career yardage mark and the other yard touchdown just before the close of the first half. "Sensational," Devaney said. braska has a great one. I have nothing but praise for them and have no criticism of our team." Devaney echoed similar words. "I was pleased with our defense in the. game, particularly in the second half. Our reserves still gave up too many points, but I've decided our second team just can't beat the op ponents first team. Iowa State reserves in so soon. Bowl Fever? It's struck the Big Red fans but not the foot ball team. "If our team thinks past Kan sas State next week, they ought to have their heads examined," Devaney said. "Our next two games will be our toughest of the year." The way Devaney talked, one gets the idea that if Slippery Rock was the next opponenl, from Slobe for the touchdown on the first play. The kick failed so the Panthers still led 7-6 with 14:50 to go in the half. Augie's go-ahead touchdown An interception of a Slobe 'wnich sti11 required a 53-yard pass and 17-yard return by Daly soon got another interception on a throw that popped out of receiver Skartvedt's Wayne Smith led to Northern's field goal which Gene Dietrich eventually booted from 33 yards out on a fourth and 12 play with 2:32 left in the half. Last Threat drive in five plays. Leads Drive Klinedinst, who had just just thrown an interception of his own, started the drive with a 31-yard pass to Copple and mov. ed the ball to the 5 with a 14 It was the Panthers' last!yard Pass to end Steve Mannie. serious threat save the bomb !Two Plavs later Klinedinst swept from Wichtendahl to Skartvedt, but Jones piled up 23 rushes for 107 yards, far more than Clay Copple, Augustana's leader. He had 76 yards in 20 carries Two UNI tailbacks Dave iter Slobe's 3 of 10 and 3 inter- Hodam and Ron Owens made jceptions for 25 yards. three pass interceptions led to hands. It gave the Vikings the ball on the UNI 18, but the UNI defense held. Daly's third interception and a 21-yard runback put the ball on the UNI 15 and Augie's third touchdown was virtually a gift. Personal foul penalties against the Panthers accounted for 12 of the yards in the drive. Copple scored from the four with 1:35 left in the game. The win gave Augie's almost a unanimous pre-season choice to finish last in the league, a 3-3 loop record and 4-5 overall. The Panthers, 1-5 and 2-7, close their season in a non-conference game next Saturday at Western right end on a roll out to score from the four-yard line. Klinedinst completed 4 of his 10 throws for 77 yards and one interception compared to star Illinois. AUGUSTANA LINEUP F-Mannle. Brody, Comslock, R.?,Oe- tert, Ward, Johnson, Slmonson T Spenn, Tietie, waipoie, u mn a, Colon, D. Delert, Gapa, J. Johnson, Bryar, Woen, Zcnli G Ruud, Dose, Albrecht, Hocbhaltcr, Bergdale C Kauli, Moen, Rolling, Holstenson B Klinedinst, Dale, Schulti, Slohe, Riley, Ekelond, Slmonson, Hougloid, Kruse, Ford, R. Johnson, Markwood, Olson, Bunkowske, Laberee, Nutter, Orh-nlcke, Walton, Copple, Burkhordt, Kruse NORTHERN IOWA LINEUP E-Rulsh, Dinnebler, Skartvedt T Wolter, Jordan, Glnn, Schuler, Al. len, Dietrich, Rosenkrans G White, Meyer, Filer, Woorhouss, Puryear, Flsch C Lee, Honsen B Hodam, Walters, Wichtendahl, But-ler, Smith, Jones, Owens, Rolinq, Krumm, junkman, Luhrlng, Evans, Soaeland Augustana 117 1 1 Northern Iowa 7 11 II UNI Skartvedt 32 pass from Wlchttn-dhl (Dietrich kick) Aug Klinedinst 14 pass from Slob (kick tolled) UNI Dietrich 33 FG Aug Klinedinst 4 run (Copple kick) Aug Copple 4 run (Copple kick) Olflclals: James Henion, referee; Ton Mahoney. umpire; Rich Greena, field judge; Donald Ford, heodllnesmon vi rv 3j 5 M I i ISU fContinucd) out to end the first period scor ing with the Cornhuskers holding a 12-0 lead. Iowa State drew first blood in the second period after former East Waterloo prep star Obert Tisdale recovered a Ne braska fumble on the Huskers' 17 yard line. Jock Johnson taking a short pass over the middle from Tagge and going 20 yards for the score. But from there on out the Cyclones were never in the game. The Cornhuskers came back to score three straight touendowns before the Cyclones played a fine offensive football j Devaney would rate them on a game." similar caliber as Notre Dame Cyclone monster back, Obert'or Texas. SOS Welcomes Woman Jockey Annette Fuerstenberg, 21- graduate completed her second year-old woman jockey from season this past summer riding Waverly, will be a featured thoroughbreds at various small Sports of Sorts Club panel guest The Cyclones were unable to i got two more against the Ne- get a first down but scored1 braska reserves in the last pe-when Reggie Shoemake booted !riod. a 39 yard field goal. Nebraska scored twice more before the Cyclones could again get in the scoring column. Tagge ran one yard for one of The scores calling Major.?' final two Iowa State came with Amundsen the plays for Johnny crew. Amundson hit Stowe, who the scores and passed seven j again made a great catch in yards for the other before the corner of the end zone, for nine yards with 1:53 left in the game and then threw a 54 yard bomb to Dave McCurry with just 42 seconds left to end the scoring. For the Cyclones the loss was; the fifth straight, all in the Big Eight, after starting the season with three straight vicones, Ellsworth Captures Loop Title STATISTICS Morsholllown Ellsworth First Downs , II Rushing Yardage 141 Palling Yardage 14 Passes 4-13-2 Punts M7 Fumbles Lost I Ya-ds Penalized S3 IS 141 47 I- 5-1 174 13 Stive made one of two amazing catches for a score. With just 53 seconds remaining in the first half and the ball on the Nebraska 33 yard line, Stowe made an over-the-shoul-der catch in the corner of the end zone to bring Iowa State within 26-11 at intermission. Nebraska drew first blood in the third period with speedy Johnny Rodgers taking a 22 yard scoring strike from Tagge. But again the Cyclones bourced back, this time with NEBRASKA LINEUP LE Ingles, Cox, Atkins, Hyland LT Newton, Grenfell, Jacobson, Grover LG Rupert, Wortman, Murtaugh, Pleghe, Terrla C Dumler, Janiel, Prlard, Johnson, Papas . RG McGhee, Weber, Morrell RT Winter, Johnson, Wolllng TE Lift, Harvey, Harper, Johnson OB Tagge, Bronson, Jones, JVtorock, Venture LH Kinney, Orduna, Boctor, Rodgors. Anderson, Balhak RH Rodgers, Huqhes, Hollstoln. FB Schenlss, Casgens, Olds, Kasch, McAllen IOWA STATE LINEUP LE Stowe, Mitchell. Wilkinson, Noying- ton LT Marconi, Barnes, Grigllone. Metey lg Harm, Everidge, wimrow, Byrnes C Pitman. Sutton RG Terrl?rl, Berne, Caratelll, Jacob- son, Schroeder RT Murdock, Belur, Jansonlas, Bassett TE Lorenz, Richardson, Van Langen, Coucn, Martin OB Carlson, Amundson TB Plomer, Cannon, Bardlow, Allen, Hllden FL McCurryn, Mulholl, Schwelrer FB Johnson, McDonald, Woshington, Tisdale, Williamson, Karper K Baracz, Schoemake, Austerhelm r.". s"i."::::::::::::::::. ii i Pniiiips. Phiinps scored in the tlSh:?' second and third ISU-FG Shoemake 3 NEB Tagge 1 run (Rogers kick) NEB Schneiss 7 pass from Tagge (Rogers kick) ISU Stowe 3 pass from Carlson (Stowe NFRR0dn,r, 11 now Irnm Tnn.l tOUrlfl GUarter On i , , jyard plunge by Pat Juliana. (pass failed) NEB Orduna 4 run (Rogers kick) NFS Schneiss 1 run (Rogers kick) NEB Vactor 3 run (Rogrrj kick) ISU Stcwe 9 pass from Amundson (run failed) ISU McCurry 55 pass from Amundson (pass failed) A 36,D0d. ' - - i ANNETTE FUERSTENBERG ... Iowa's racing Miss at the Knights of Columbus Hall Tuesday night. ( The Waverly-Shell Rock High tracks in Iowa, Illinois and Wis consin. SOS members also will hear the final football report of the season from high school football coaches Bruce Wiegmann of East, Dan Boals of West, Pat Mitchell of Cedar Falls and Bob Klieman of Columbus and Sports Information Director Dave Westphal of the University of Northern Iowa. Boals and Wiegmann will narrate film of their Friday night battle at Sloane Wallace Stadium. The SOS panel program will start at 7 p.m., as usual, following a 5:15 p.m. social hour and 6:15 p.m. dinner. Dinner reservations for members and their guests should be made tomorrow or Tuesday by calling 232-0984 or 234-6908. j - V. K v' ... .... - ,; ROLING ROLLING Jerry Roling takes a header after catching a pass for a short gain and being tackled by Todd Riley, No. 21, during the Augustana-Northcrn Iowa football game , , , , (Courier Photo by Steve Wlllord) yesterday. Augic won 20-10. No. 33 is Augustana defensive back Mike Olson. MARSHALLTOWN - The run ning of Don Willingham led Ellsworth to the Iowa Area Community College title as it defeated Marshalltown Junior College 34-6 here last night. . Willingham scored three time? on runs of 38, 9 and 15 yards. He faiished the night with 132 yards m just ten attempts, The Fanlhers other two scores came on runs by Turner periods as Ellsworth jumped into an 18-0 lea-! at half. Varshalltown's score came in two SDS Takes Conference CC Crown Luther To Easy Coasts Win Hockey (Continued) STATISTICS HOW THEY FINISHED 5. Dak.. St. 17 South Dakota N. Dak. St. 44 North Dakota UNI 48 Morningndt Mankato State 41 Marshalltswn t t Ellsworth l El Phillips 14 run (run tailed) El-Wlliinghom run (pass tolled) El Willingham 3J run (pass foiled) M-Jullnano J run (kick failed) El Willingham 15 run (Elness run) Et Phillips J run (Gelpt pass (rom Miller) (COURIER NEWS SERVICE) ; , SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - South Dakota State won the North Central Conference cross country championship here ' yesterday morning as the University of Northern Iowa finished in a tie for third with 68 points. The win ners had 37 and runnerup North Dakota State 44 while Mankato State matched UNI's 68. Mike Slack of North Dakota' State won the event in 24:50.5 to break a former teammate's conference record. Wartburg Bows in Finale STATISTICS Wartburg lea First Downs I 35 Yards Rushing 324 364 Yards Passing .. SI M Puses 5-19-3 4-15 3 Return Yardage 33 43 Punts 4-25.1 3-24.7 Fumbles Lost 1 3 1 Penalties 55 40 - jrnilDlCD ucuie ceowirei $ ALBERT LEA, Minn. - Wart burg College's Gary Nelson broke a school rushing mark First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Return Yardage Passes Punts . Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Luther M 421 145 1 1-1 1-t 1-37 1 . MS Chicago Circle 14 77 71 2 10-23-1 J-28.2 1 35 University of Illinois 55-13 in the Norse's regular season finale played at Soldier's Field yesterday. Bernie Peeters sparked the Luther offense, which was forced to punt only once, by gaming 149 yards on 19 carries. The performance gave the junior fullback 1008 yards rushing for the campaign and his second 1000 yard season. Norsemen quarterback Bill ACCEPT BOWL BID uttilie rushed for 97 yards as ...n u i a i- BUTTE, Mont. (A - Yankton 7CU " .""uvv,"g .lW0 " College, of Yankton, S.D., has (COURIER NEWS SERVICE) CHICAGO, 111. - After win-ning the Iowa Conference football crown last Saturday, Luther completely dominated the Chicago Circle campus of the but his performance failed to get the Knights a victory in their final football game of the season here last night as Lea College downed Wartburg 28-14. Nelson broke the school mark for career rushing yardage picking up 211 yards in 21 car ries. That figure gave him a career mark of 3284, breaking the mark set by Marv Ott of 13275 in 1957-60. s ' ' 1 Nelson had two run . of 60 Wortbvrf 7 7-14 . . . ..... Lea S I 15 7-21 ,' J . rua'i lL ,BUSD. ,:,D' 3 Lo-Hcln 4 pass from Campanie (kick Twedt (UNI), 4. Goebel (NOS), S. Bird-: foiled) Wort-Nelson 60 run (Harken kick) Lea Thronton II run (Gabriel pass from Campanir) Lea-Mown t run (Bair kick) Wart-Nelson 5 run (Harken kick) Leo Halteman 4 run (Bair kick) accepted a bid to meet Montana Tech Nov. 14 at Butte in the first annual Copper Bowl foot- down strikes, chalking up 167 yards of total offense. defensiveman Wayne Wirkkula in a one-on-one duel. Then the Hawks caught fire. Speeding up the pace, and work- ing their offensive manuevers much more consistently than they had in the earlier stages, the Hawks narrowed the gap to 3-1 with 16:55 gone in the second period as Chris Finnerty took a pass from Jack Barzee and shuffled the puck by Wetzel. Waterloo's offense dominated the third period consistently breaking down ice with maa power advantages, but Wetzel's stick and glove work consistent ly held the Hawks scoreless. With 54 seconds left, coach effort and slid the puck in front of the net where Falkman poked it in from 25 feet away. The Nationals counted for the third time despite being a man short due to Brown's two minute tripping penalty. An icing manuever, legal in a penalty situation, put the puck just to the left of the Hawks goal. Wirkkula recovered but some fancy stick work by Patrick stole the puck away and Patrick smashed it in from 15 feet out, for the unassisted goal. The Hawks get a chance for revenge at 3.00 p.m. today when mey again take the ice against about half the game. The win over Chicaeo Circle ball game. The Greyhounds are! gave Luther a 8-1 season's rec ord and put the Norsemen into serious consideration for the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl. If Luther is chosen to play, the post-season contest will be ranked 7th in National Associa tion of Intercollegiate Athletics with Montana Tech ranked 14th. RECORDS GALORE Wayne 'Tuffy' Hall pulled Coylelthe Nationals, trying to better and opened the gate for the final their 2 2 mark fnr th. Luther played its reserves fori two National scores in a span of WaTCDi ,,., JU1L?: l':-!Ra,N,,o, iirr i.i i. ivrf i I mi wiim ramn r"""'i .i.immjiu. mrwnrni Mnn c..i. . ..... vv, v vuinv. b ,.k V, " J .7 . " Z r ii TT! rinneriy, Lompmon, Bot-ey, Gillard, O'Leary, Schraokelo. Swirl.. vicitnre Th U.t. VJ J-:.. -wr-im. gate University set or tied four school records in walloping Bucknell 44-14 at Memorial Stadium here yesterday for its fifth win of the season. In-Ground (SOS), e. Oussenden (NOS), 7. Underwood (SDS), I. Hailing (SDS), . Pelarske (NDS), 10. Jones (MS), P. Tesch (UNI), i3. Sovenen (MS), 12. Ounsmore (MS), 14. Meyer (MS), li.i Solsvlg (SOS); 24.S0.S I to the Nationals' net but Wetzel kicked the puck out and Patrick carried it across the blue line. He passed to Boucha, who skated down the left side, faked Wirkkula to the inside and fired from outside left. 1311 the mirk fninor Kotujoon Tnvlo'e LUT-Oltlll. 25 run (Joostod kick) ,," , " . """"" , LUT-Johnson 27 doss from Oltllle Ua.l legS as fllS SDrawlinB b nrk astad kick) IfailprJ LUT Peeters 4 run (Joostod kick) 21. Luther ...21 11 14 Chicogt Circll S I 455 A face-off at mid-ice set ud the second National score as yards, one of them going for aj tS? W'm TD, and he scored another TDl t-uJJ?!,nson 13 pss ,rom 0,,il,e (J . iosrad KICK) on a live yard run. ' cc-Homo 13 pass from Gucn wanourg finished with a 3-6 LUT-strand i pass from sormson (run1 it was recovered bv BrnnU Z. 222? n 1 . - . - . . . NATIONALS LLINEUP Goolle-Wetiel; defense-Brooks, Ross, Brown, Konlk, McGlynn, Westrum-lor-words-Gambucd, Boucha, Falkman, No",' efn Pa,r,CK' Markle' fWwE u , SCORINO Nationals , wotenot. I rt ftfJ,rV1er' r ' No'ionoli. Boucha (Patrick, Brooks), 1:40; 2. Nalionols, Folkman Brooks, Ahern). Penalties -McGlynn (high slicking, fighting) 15-36; Johnson (hiah sticking, fighting) 15-36 e ',n? Tf 7 1 Patrick, ?;.; - Wo,eroo. Flnnerly (Barred 16:55. Penalties Smith (holding) 3:04; w?eT-56 PP'nB 7:H; Br00k ''n,er,cr-.d!1! P"l-S. Nationals Cambuccl r i . j ' Nationals Bou- mark while Lea is 5-4. Kevin Ahern slapped the nucki??. ) 'i:ii. PcnaTii's80!: ......... .... - - ruiKman inn minni i-ic ntirv nnninf ihn ii'nni , ...i - " uiiiuvi uic iimuiuu uei wnere failed) CC-Cortctl 1 run (DeZurko kick) I Brooks fought off a defensive SHOTS ON GOAL II 1 13-31 14 I. i nill.:i.. " " J -.. .vnnry wilier, Gordie Lee. Attendance: 1,607.

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