Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 18, 1970 · Page 10
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 10

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 18, 1970
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Buffs Upset Pick Over falcons Michigan In Loop Showd NEW YORK (AP) - Roll out the crystal balls, set up the oui- ja boards, flip the proverbial .coin. That's the kind trf weekend it promises to be for college football forecasters as the season heads down the stretch with the top teams shooting for post-season bowl berths and conference championships. Can Michigan do it again to Ohio State? Can Louisiana State get revenge against Notre Dame, a team it's never played before? Can Texas Tech throw a monkey wrench into the predicted Texas-Arkansas Southwest Conference dogfight? Stay tuned. Michigan at Ohio State—Mrs. Anne Hayes of Columbus, Ohio, wrote a letter recently to a friend who lives on Michigan Boulevard in Chicago. Mrs. Hayes penciled on the envelope: "Ugh! Can't you change streets?" Last year, Mrs. Hayes re-, called: ''When our son finished high school, I told him, 'Steve, I'll pack your bags and we'll send you to any college In the country ... except one. If you pick Michigan, I'll throw you out on the sidewalk ... and your bags after you' " Jay Bell On Loop's Star Team WESTSIDE - Jay Bell, 193 pound senior guard, was Ar- We-Va's lone selection on the Boyer Valley Conference all- star football teams. Bell was a first unit selection as a defensive linebacker and a second team selection as an offensive guard. Two players from Ar-We-Va were named to the honor roll. They were Bob Koch, junior, and Tom Brockman, senior. • All Conference teams: OFFENSE E—Greg Green, 12, Woodbine ' E—Gene City T—Scott Broers, wig T—Craig Hart, 12, Oak G—Lyfe Fiscus, 12, Irwin G-Greg Eyer, 12, Charter Oak C—Paul Kraushaar, 11, West Harrison B—Steve Knutzsen, 11, Charter Oak B—Fred Schmitdt, 12, Schleswig B-Mike Wehner, 12, Schleswig B—Byron Charter Oak Christman, Mrs. Hayes' husband Is Woody, the Ohio State coach, and Woody is out for revenge after last year's 24-12 crusher. It says here that Ohio State's Rex Kern will return to his 1968-9 brilliance and the battle of the unbeatens will go to . Ohio State. Louisiana State at Notre Dame—Notre Dame's sudden desire to end a 45-year bowl ban cost LSU a post-season trip of ts own last season, but both teams will wind up in a bowl this year, with the Cotton Bowl rooting heavily for ... Notre Dame. Arkansas at Texas Tech—Red Raiders have a shot at the Southwest Conference title, one of the best-kept secrets of the year. If they beat Arkansas and Arkansas, in turn, beats Texas, that's it. I've got a secret, too. Arkansas. Southern California vs. UCLA —No bowl at stake this time. use. Colorado at Air Force-Will the Falcons suffer a letdown after (1) beating Stanford and (2) accepting a Sugar Bowl bid? Upset special of the week says ... Colorado. Oklahoma at Nebraska—Corn- huskers are in the Orange Bowl, but need a win or tie to sew up the Big Eight title. Nebraska. New Mexico at Arizona State —This one's for the championship of the Western Athletic Conference. Lobos have come a long way but not this far. Arizona State. Yale at Harvard—It's the final game for John Yovicsin, Harvard's winningest coach. No one likes to go out a loser, but ... Yale. Stanford at California-Rose | plan," he said. "They're a pret- Bowl tune-up. Stanford. Lehigh at Lafayette—The 106th episode of college football's most played series. Lafayette. In action on the Big 8 front, the Nebraska Cornhuskers practiced Tuesday on their defense for Oklahoma's wishbone- T offense, and Coach Bob Devaney said it was giving them trouble. "It's giving us some problems, because we haven'l played anyone before who has used it," he said. Devaney praised the Sooners. When 10 points behind Kansas last Saturday, "they didn't panic and leave their game Garrett, 12, Dow 12, Schles- Charter ELKS STAG MENU Thursday, November 19- Turkey Dinner and the trimmings. Herr Wagner's the Che? again. Never cooked a bad batch. Course, there's always a first time. DEFENSE DL—Mike Peterson, 12, Schleswig DL—Gale Johnson, 12, Woodbine DL-Rick Oviatt, 11, Logan- Magnolia DL—Dan Burroughs, 12, Charter Oak DL-Greg Eyer, 12, Charter Oak LB—Ron Oviatt, 10, Logan- Magnolia LB—Jim Grady, 12, Dunlap LB-Jay Bell, 12, Ar-We-Va LB—Mike Travis, 12, West Harrison S-Rick Waite, 12, Woodbine S—Steve Kuhlman, 12, Charter Oak SPORTS Daily Times Section A—Wednesday. November 18, 1970 ;y cool team, and they're a pretty good team." Meanwhile at Oklahoma, Coach Chuck Fairbanks was having his troubles. He said the Tuesday drills were ragged. Fairbanks also reported he will field 11 sophomores in his starting 22, offensively and defensively, among them sophomore Greg Pruitt who will replace injured halfback Everett Marshal. Coach Dan Devine, plagued with key injuries all season, reported that defensive end Mike Bennett and fullback Mike McKee would not play against Kansas Saturday. Severe losses, he called them. McKee twisted an ankle in 8 Pages Tuesday's practice and had to be helped from the field. Bennett was hurt against Iowa State Saturday, and is out with a pulled hamstring. At Kansas, Coach Pepper Roclgers said what worried him most about Missouri was their pass rush, and "a 6-foot-4, 255- pound fullback like James Harrison. He's the most physical guy in the league." Injuries also pestered Coach Floyd Gass at Oklahoma State, where safety Lee Stover and Gilbert Barnes turned up with sprained ankles. Gass said he wasn't sure they would be healed for the Iowa State game. Iowa State zipped through a lard-hitting workout and the Kansas State Wildcats, smarting from Saturday's walloping by Nebraska, raced through a 90-minute drill in preparation for their final game of the season at Florida State. It will be homecoming for five of the K-State coaches, including head Coach Vince Gibson, all of whom either played or coached at Florida State. Gibson was both a player and a coach. Bench Youngest MVP In Baseball TWO ACES IN ONE ROUND BRIGHTON, Colo. (AP) - Al Sostarich of Commerce City had played golf for four years without a hole-in-one. Then he bagged two in one round at the Adams County Course, using a five iron on the 179-yard second hole and a four iron on the 183- yard 14ti. What's more his wife, Marie, saw him do it. She was playing in the four-some. NEW YORK (AP) — Johnny Bench of the Cincinnati Reds, the 22-year-old slugging king of the major leagues, added another crown today when he became the youngest player ever to win a Most Valuable Player Award. Bench, who led the majors in home runs with 45 and runs batted in with 148 while leading the Reds to the National League pennant, outdistanced a field that included two other strong Cincinnati candidates in the balloting by the Baseball Writers Association of America. The young, strong catcher received 22 of the 24 first-place votes and a total of 326 points. 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TENNIS RACKETS — BALLS — PRESSES — COVERS Uptown Sporting Goc Dial 3346 SPORTING GOODS OF AU KINDS Carroll k9,ft*»ft*^%**»ft)N*itlit»t^^ Bench's slugging teammate, third baseman Tony Perez, finished third in the balloting with 149 points while another member of the Reds, outfielder Pete Rose, also cracked the top 10, finishing seventh with 54 points. Bench is only the second player in the 40-year history of MVP balloting to win the award at the age of 22. Stan Musial was 22 when he won in 1943, but Musial's birthday falls on Nov. 21 and Bench's on Dec. 7. Musial, however, still retains the honor of having won the MVP earlier in his career than any other player. He was onlj in his second season when he won the National League award. Bench just finished his third year with the Reds. Bench also is the first catcher to win the award in the NL since Roy Campanella did it with the 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers and is the first Red to win since Frank Robinson, now with Baltimore, did it in 1951. Robinson, who helped the Orioles defeat the Reds in the World Series, was in the top 10 in the American League MVP balloting won earlier by first baseman Boog Powell of the Orioles. Bench appeared on every ballot in winning the award, being named second on the other two cast. Besides his two firsts, Williams was placed second on 17 ballots. He also had three third- place votes, one fourth and one fifth. After Perez in the voting came Bob Gibson, the fireball- ing St. Louis right-hander who previously was named the Cy Young Award winner as the league's outstanding pitcher. Wide Lead For Adamle CHICAGO (AP) - Mike Adamle, Northwestern's senior vestrpocket fullback, has set one Big Ten season record, is within range of another and has all but clindhed the conference football rushing championship. Adamle, who will hurl hit 5-9, 190 pounds against Michigan State in Saturday's finale, needs 102 yards rushing to top the Big Ten record of 1,017 by Michigan's Ron Johnson in 1968. He gained 162 yards in 42 carries against Indiana last week, to 216 for a conference mark that toppled the 201 by Illinois' Jim Grabowski in 1965. Adamle's 916 yards rushing pubs his 146 ahead of second place John Brockington of Ohio State in the final week, official statistics showed Wednesday. Michigan's Bill Taylor is tihird with 745. Brockington and Taylor will lock horns Saturday when the Wolverines invade Ohio State for the championship showdown. Minnesota's junior quarter' back Craig Curry, who goes against Wisconsin Saturday, continues the top passer with 945 yards white Michigan State's Mike Rasmussen is second with 833, and Northwestern's Maurie Daigneau next with 807. While Curry possibly could be beaten out of the aerial crown, his total offense yardage of 1,113 looks secure. Adamite is the closest pursuer with 971 while Wisconsin'*- Neil Graff has 967. ".-<,- Are You Particular About Comfort? 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