Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 30, 1970 · Page 5
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, October 30, 1970
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Majors Shuffle Offense ISU Hosts Sooners Saturday AMES (AP) - Iowa State will try to indulge In an offensive turnabout Saturday when it hosts Oklahoma here In a homecoming Big Bight football game. Coach JttHmy MojorV Cyclones will be aiming for their first Big Eight victory and an end to a three-game losing streak. But the Cyclones are rated a definite underdog —by as many as three touchdowns by one forecaster. Imprtvemtnt wt offense ami elimination of MM froquont orroro fhat «Mt them H» ball nht* timM agftlntt Kantat lait wttk in a 14-11 lot* hold the key t» the Cyclonot' upset bid. "We have got to stop the offensive giveaway," Majors cautioned. "Teams in this conference are too tough week in and week out to make mistakes against and still expect to win." A shuffled offensive line-up and the return of a couple of key injured players should boost Iowa State's chances. Junior Doan Carlson again will be back at quarterback Tlmtt HtroM, Corroll, lo. Fr!4«r, Oct. SO, 1970 after seeing only limited action in last week's game. He is 46 of 91 in six games for 536 yards passing and ranks eighth in the conference in total game offense. Sophomore Dave Pittman will be back at center and hopefully stellar punter Ralph Barcaz will be back in action. Both missed the Kansas gamt and it was costly. Majors hopes their return, coupled with four offensive lineup changes, will charge up the offense that has scored only 201 ing for another big day from points in three conference i senior split end Otto Stowe who games. has caught 28 passes for 377 ^ . , . „ yards and a touchdown so far 'Our defense has played well in shattering one school record FUNNY IUSINISS By Roger ftollen enough to win in our last two games, but our offense has not been able to score once we get inside the 20-and it's fatal," said Majors. Majors has reinserted senior Mike Palmer, last year's number two rusher, at tailback in place of Brian Cannon. The other ofensive change puts junior Mike Terrizzi at right guard in place of two-year letterman Jerry Berna. The Cyclones also will be look- Bucks And Indians On Rose Paths By Tht AstoeJattd Pratt "With this game on Hal- lowe'en and The Great Pumpkin coming down," John Ralston was saying, "we've got to be soared to death." Stanford's htad ftotb.ll coach was smiling as he looked ahead to Saturday's encounter with Oregon State and its colorful, rotund coach, Dee Andros—but then, stranger things have happened on the way to the Rose Bowl. Like three years ago when bowlbound Southern California ran into OSU and wound up with its only setback, a 30 stunner by Dee's Beavers. Nevertheless, this looks like Stanford's year and, despite a threat by Oregon's 16th ranked Ducks, it appears quarterback Jim Plunkett and his No. 6 In dtans will stay on the warpath toward the Pacific 8 Conference title and Pasadena on New Year's Day. Stanford's Root Bowl opposition—if the Indians do go all the way—will be all but decided as well Saturday. Second ranked r " '- "-•"'•rfa«? vj*h No. 20 Northwestern in the battle to de. termine Big Ten supremacy. j Boh are undefeated in conference competition—as is fifth rated Michigan, ineligible for the bowl since it played in last New Year's Day's classic. "It's the biggest game since I've been head coach," says Northwestern's Alex Agase, who's had the job since 1964. "Nobody beats me or my players until they prove it on the field." Ohio State's Buckeyes are likely to do just that. In othor action involving Tho Associated Press' Top Twenty teams, top ranked Texas hosts Southern Methodist, No. 3 Notre Dame visits Navy, Nebraska is at Colorado in a regionally televised game which most of the country will see, and Michigan heads for Wisconsin. The seventh-ranked Air Force Falcons play at Arizona, No. 8 Arkansas is at Texas ASM. Favor Vikings In Clash With Lions Area Games Friday Games— Sioux City Central at Kuemper (8 p.m.) Carroll at Denison (7:30 p.m.) Harlan at Lake City Audubon at Sac City Jefferson at Perry Manning at Manilla Glidden-Ralston at Bayard Coon Rapids at Extra Guthrie Center at Scranton Ar-We-Va at Schleswig NEW YORK (AP) - The National Football League season reaches its midway mark this week with several critical games scheduled, including a NFC Central struggle for supremacy between Minnesota and Detroit that is enough to shake any selector. This one is no different, and if the Vikings-Lions match-up doesn't do it, there's always Oakland-Kansas City or Green Bay-San Francisco, two other games that have a distinct bearing on conference races. But pick we must. So here goes: SUNDAY'S GAMES Minnesota 24, Detroit 14—The Vikings have allowed only 39 points, including key victory over Rams last week, and Gary Cuozzo directs a precision ball- control offense. Lions hurt by losing defensive end Joe Robb. Groon Bay 21, San Francisco 27—Packers, waiting for either Vikings or Lions to falter, upset Western NFC leaders on passing of Bart Starr and running of Donny Anderson, who seems finally to be enjoying himself as a pro. Oakland 34, Kansas City 21- Maybe the Chiefs left their play book at the Super Bowl. But they haven't been the same since. Both teams chasing Denver in AFC West, but it'll be Raiders who catch Broncos now that Dan Conners is back at middle linegacker. Cleveland 35, San Diego 31- The Chargers can score bul they give up more than they put on the board. Browns surprised defensively with shutout of Miami and Bill Nelsen now is No. 2 among AFC passers. St. Louis 31, Houston 17— Stunned by Giants last week Cardinals must right them selves, and should be able to do so with MacArthur Lane and Co. riddling crippled Oilers. Baltimore 28, Miami 24—Don Shula, former Colt coach, will throw everything at Baltimore, but it's Bob Griese who really has to connect. Bubba Smith making Colts' Front Four mayhem-bent outfit. Denver 31, Washington 20—Interesting battle between rushing leaders, AFC's Floyd Little for Broncos and NFC's Larry Brown for Redskins. Denver defense tougher, Little gets more yardage, Broncs win. and closing in on second. "We need two things on offense—more consistency and more concentrations," Majors noted earlier in the week. "I think a lack of concentration was the reason for three of the ive fumbles against KU be- ause we dropped them when .here wasn't even any contact." Two of the team's mere consistent — and productive — players have been senior tailback Jock Johnson and place-kicker Reggie Shoemake. Johnson, a Des Moines senior, las 342 of the total 1,029 yard the Cyclones have managed on rushing and has averaged 3.7 yards a carry. Shoemake, who already has shattered four school records with his kicking heroics, has scored 39 of ISU's 105 points mostly by making good on 10 of 14 field goals—one from 49 yards out. Majors thinks the Sooners' rushing attack will be tough for ISU to stop. "They have shown an impressive running game and Joe Wylie and Leon Crooswhite are two fine running backs and quarterback Jack Mildren is an explosive threat on the option play," said Majors. Oklahoma, 3-3 overall and 1-1 in the conference, is the Big Eight's worst offensive club with an average of 304.5 yards a game—only 86 per game by passing. Iowa State on the other hand is the conference's toughest team to pass against—giving up only an average of 100.7 yards per game. ISU ranks third overall in defense. Saturday's 1:30 p. m. meeting between the two will be the 43rd game in a series dating back to 1928. The Sooners hold a overwhelming 37-4-1 edge and Iowa has not won since a 21-15 victory in 1961. Pig Adds Zest To Iowa's Game IOWA CITY (AP) — Can a pig poke up the Iowa offense? at 1< That will be the questkm when He. listless Iowa travels to Minneapolis Saturday to play Minnesota in a Big Ten Conference game which is also known as the Battle for Floyd of Rosedale. Wildcats Eye Upset CHICAGO (AP) - The Big Ten logjam for first place—now shared by three teams—and for fourth spot—shared by six—will be broken Saturday on a football schedule that features unbeaten conference leaders Ohio State and Northwestern. Northwestern, with victories over Illinois, Wisconsin and Purdue, matches its 3-0 against the Buckeyes in Columbus, Ohio. The Bucks, who dropped from first to second in the AP poll this week, are undefeated for the season, including Big Ten decisions over Michigan State, Minnesota and Illinois. differential, Minnesota is rated at least a two-touchdown favor- We need to turn around our momentum and get it goinff in our favor, and the only way we can do flhat is with a wto," Nagel noted. "We need to get The Wildcats, who have lost their last four meetings with OSU, head the conference in total defense with an average yield of 3.3 yards per play. Ohio State is No. 1 on offense by averaging 5.4 yards per play. Northwestern's main striking force are Maury Daigneau, who has hit on 60 of 132 passes for 692 yards and seven touchdowns for the season, and fullback Mike Adamle. Adamle, who can throw and catch passes, thrust 441 yards in three league games to lead Big Ten rushers. Ohio State's machine, revved by quarterback Rex Kern and smashing John Brockington, have 11 ball carriers who have amassed a season total of 1,909 yards and a 5.9 average. 'Floyd' Is a brenied porker he two schools have battled over annually for the last 36 years and adds a little zest to what otherwise would be a clash of two conferences also-rans with just three combined victories. "We are going to have to do a number of things differently to try to get our offense going." said Iowa coach Ray Nagl as he prepared his 1-5 team for the game. "We are going to try to do some new things and we know there is a certain gamble involved," Nagel added about his team's offense that has scored only 51 points and in three games has failed to get even a touchdown. Despite its lackluster 1-4 record, Minnesota is a tough foe according to Nagel. "We consider Minnesota a stronger team than Michigan State," Nagel said. "We are going up there to play tto we can and we feel we have an opportunity to pull an upset if we play a good game." The Gophers have beaten Ohio University (49-7) and Indiana (23-0), but lost by 20 points or more to Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio State and Michigan—all more wreckleas and loosen up in our remaining gamer" For one thong, the Hawfcegret will look o unloosen an attack that can get more than iflt yards, the meager total shown last week in a 37-0 defeat by Michigan State. "Our running game hw to get going offensively," Nag«4 said. Sophomore Kyb IfcafBiaft will be at quarterback •fata to direct the attack that hat picked up 917 yards ruthinf and Ml paosinf in six garnet. Skogman is 34 of 94 passing for 381 yards and one touch ranked 17th or better in week's Associated Press four this poll. Because of the competition down, but has eight interceptions. His backup man Roy Bash is 10 of 39 for 140 yards and together the two have completed only 34 per cent of their passes. Iowa will need a good day OB defense too as the Gophers have scored 92 points despite their record and have the conference's top passer m junior Craig Curry. Past defensive record does not favor Iowa, the Hawkeyes have given up 428 yards a game and intercepted only two passes. Curry along with Ernie book (5.4 average) and Barry Mayer (4.8) form a potent ground attack. Curry has run for three touchdowns and passed for four more in gaining 856 yards on 69 of 153 road new Marriage marks the beginning of o new kind of life. One in which financial security becomes increasingly important. You can guarantee funds for the future, even if you're on a limited budget now. To find out how call me. No obligation. Phone 792-4465 514V2 N. Adams Representing WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY JIRRY WILSON .I'.isjinent) (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) LOU GALETICH Cares About You That's Why We Need Him In Washington As Your Congressman LOU GALETICH IS NOT IMMUNE FROM TODAY'S PROBLEMS. FROM TODAY'S WORLD. HE'S INVOLVED IN WHAT BOTHERS YOU. LOOK AT HIS RECORD + (Plus) •f 14 Years os an Educator at Kuemper High School Mtmbtr Civil Dtftnst Advisory Board President, Carroll County Crimt Commission Fourth Ward City Councilman Activt in Carroll County Cancer Society Drive Chairman, Carroll County Association for Mentally Retarded Served on Board of Community Opportunities, Inc. Member of Knights of Columbus, Kiwanis, Elks .It?'- What Has The Present Congressman Done for You LOOK AT THE RECORD: - (Minus) - Against Public Health Funds - Against Giving the President Discretionary Authority to Initate Wage and Price Controls to Help Stop Inflation - Against Enviromental Quality Education Bill (Passed 289-28) - Against Overriding the President's Veto the Office of Education Appropriations for Fiscal 1971. (This bill provided Iowa with an additional 8 million dollars for education.) - Against Funds for Water Pollution Programs - Against Extension of Voting Rights Act • *< AGAINST - AGAINST - AGAINST - AGAINST There is no generation gap, credibility gap, or communications gap between you and Lou. He cares about our other probems, too. Like youth, crime and drugs. And they won't go away because we pretend they can't reach us in the Seventh District. .. They already have .. . and somebody better care ... Lou Galetich cares. MAYBE LOU CANT SOLVE ALL THE PROBLEMS. BUT YOU CAN BET, WITH YOUR HELP, HE'LL TRY. VOTE FOR LOU GALETICH . . . DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS NOVEMBER 3rd. Paid for by Giletich for Congress Committee, Bob Olsen, Treasurer.

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