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Austin American-Statesman DS Sunday, October 24, 1982 i I miriii1'. Hi-- 'j SPARTAN Twin Steel Belted Radial P-Metric Sizing Original Equipment TreadWhitewall FREE 40,000 Mile NTW Limited Treadwear Warranty SuperSteel Radial Free 35,000 mile NTW limited warranty 2 steel belts Whitewall Also Fits Price FET 3841 1.59 39.10 1.95 44.00 2.33 2.48 47.86 2.38 5415 2.57 50.82 2.75 54.26 2.93 58.13 3.11 P15580R13 155-13 P17580R13 BR78-13 P19575R14 ER78-14 P20575R14 FR78-14 P21575R14 GR78-14 P20575R15 FR78-15 P21575R15 GR78-15 22575R15 HR78-15 P23575R15JLR78-15 Size P15580R13 P16580R13 P17580R13 P19575R14 P20575R14 P21575R14 P22575R14 P20575R15 P21575R15 P23575R15 Also Fits 155-13 AR78-13 BR78-13 ER78-14 FR78-14 GR78-14 HR78-14 FR78-15 GR78-15 LR78-15 Price FET 48.89 1.58 50.37 1.69 52.74 1.85 61.81 2.32 64.39 2.43 65.68 2.58 70.16 2.80 68.96 2.56 69.95 2.71 77.26 3.14 I rsfet i if SPARTAN xzx Twin Steel Belted Radials for imports compacts FREE 40,000 mile NTW limited warranty 2 steel belts Blackwall ,2 Sport Radial 2 Steel Belts All Season Performance FREE 40,000 mile NTW limited warranty If: fill SIZE 155SR12 165SR13 185SR14 165SR15 PRICE 33.98 38.57 45.29 42.03 SIZE PRICE FET 155-12 45.57 1.39 155-13 48.06 1.48 165-13 53.94 1.61 175-13 60.41 1.88 175-14 61.76 2.01 185-14 Rein 73.67 2.30 165-15 59.67 1.82 18570-13 66.05 1.95 185-70-14 70.49 2.04 19570-14 78.08 2.35 FET 1.71 1.65 2.06 1.86 1.68 1.86 2.17 17570SR13 41.97 18570SR13 44.20 19570SR14 53.47 AP Missouri quarterback Brad Perry gets a pass away despite pressure from Toby Williams (97) and Mike Knox (40). Missouri's Wallace Snowmen tries to protect Perry, but the pressure helped cause the pass to be incomplete. 5th-ranked Nebraska rallies to turn back Missouri, 23-19 (onlinental Steel Belted Radial IRELLI 2 Steel Belts Tubeless-BW FREE 40,000 Mile NTW Limited Treadwear Warranty Midwest Steel Belts Tubeless-BW FREE 40,000 Mile NTW I mi tori Trariuiaar fell SIZE PRICE Warranty FET 1.40 1.24 1.50 1.64 2.03 2.11 2.13 1.79 2.24 37.58 35.66 40.01 44.38 50.84 54.68 62.02 49.77 66.00 155-12 145-13 155-13 165-13 175-14 185-14 185-14 Rein 165-15 19570-14 SIZE 145-10 155-13 175-13 185-14 17570-13 PRICE 29.05 40.95 46.45 52.36 50.73 FET 1.01 1.27 .74 2.16 1.35 fore, had a 21-14 lead with 3:28 left in the third quarter after a 4-yard touchdown run by Aaron Roberts and a 6-yard scamper by Darrin McClelland. However, the Boilermakers got a 25-yard field goal from placeklcker Tim Clark with 32 seconds remaining in the quarter to stay within striking distance.
The Spartans fell to 0-5 in Big Ten play and 0-7 overall. Purdue is now 2-3 and 2-5- Iowa 21, Minnesota 16 MINNEAPOLIS Iowa running back Eddie Phillips rushed for a career-high 198 yards, leading the Hawkeyes to a Big Ten victory over Minnesota. Iowa, 4-3 overall and 3-1 in the Big Ten, took a 7-6 halftime lead and extended it to 14-6 early in the second half. SPARTAN niCHELItl Steel Belted Radial 2 Steel Belts FREE 40,000 Mile NTW Extra Wide Supreme 70 Radial Low Rolling Resistance Saves Gas Over Other Radials Eligible for All-Season Use 2 Steel Belts Whitewall FREE 40,000 Mile NTW Limited Treadwear Warranty Limited Treadwear Warranty From Wire Reports LINCOLN, Neb. For a while Saturday, Nebraska coach Tom Osborne thought "things looked a little bleak" for his fifth-ranked Cornhusker football team.
Two of Osborne's top offensive players were sidelined with injuries in the first half, but reserve quarterback Bruce Mathison and I-back Mike Rozier came to the rescue and Nebraska pulled out a 23-19 victory over stubborn Missouri. Mathison engineered a long fourth-quarter drive that produced the go-ahead touchdown in the Big Eight Conference game, then ran for an insurance score a little more than two minutes later. Rozier, who had been doubtful because of a hip injury, rushed for more than 100 yards and had two key runs on the late scoring march. "Our team showed a lot of class and courage," Osborne said. "There was no panic on the sidelines.
Things looked pretty bleak with Turner (Gill) out and our backs hurting. Sometimes you have to win games in the fourth quarter." The late flurry lifted Nebraska to 6-1 on the season and 3-0 in the Big Eight Missouri, which held the Cornhuskers' potent offense in check for most of the game, fell to 3-2-2 and 0-1-2. Oklahoma 27, Oklahoma State 9 NORMAN, Okla. Marcus Dupree, Oklahoma's power running freshman, scored two touchdowns and rushed for 83 yards as the Sooners stopped Oklahoma State and the nation's leading rusher. Ernest Anderson, who had been leading the nation in rushing with an average of 208 yards per game, was held by the Oklahoma defense to a total of 59 yards, with 34 of them coming in the first half.
The Sooner defense also kept Oklahoma State, now 0-1-2 in the Big Eight and 1-3-2 overall, from scoring a touchdown as the Cowboys got all their points from field goals by sophomore Larry Roach. Oklahoma improved its record to 5-2 overall and 3-0 in the conference. Size P155.80R13 P16580R13 P18575R14 P19575R14 P21575R14 P21575R15 P22575R15 P23575R15 PRICE 56.75 73.78 85.41 86.11 94.90 96.76 99.95 104.74 FET 1.50 1.66 2.19 2.28 2.69 2.82 2.98 3.29 Size P20570R14 P21570R14 P22570R14 P21570R15 P22570R15 P24570R15 Also Fits Price) FET E78-14 54.31 2.25 F78-14 58.36 2.57 G78-14 59.82 2.75 F78-15 5943 2.43 G78-15 60.76 2.89 J.L78-15 68.93 2.86 sided victory in the series' 80-year history. It was the biggest Kansas State triumph over their intrastate rivals since a 46-0 drubbing in 1955. Kansas turnovers preceeded Kansas State's first three scores as the Wildcats took control with two first-quarter touchdowns and hiked their record to 4-2-1 overall and 1-1-1 in the Big Eight.
Kansas sank to 1-4-2 and 0-2-1. Illinois 29, Wisconsin 28 MADISON, Wis. Mike Bass kicked a 46-yard field goal on the game's final play, capping a 479-yard passing performance by Illinois' Tony Eason as the II-linl rallied for a wild Big Ten victory over Wisconsin. Wisconsin had taken a 28-26 lead with 52 seconds left when wide receiver AI Toon threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to tight end Jeff Nault Wisconsin quarterback Randy Wright threw a bounce lateral to Toon, who was set up in the left flat Wright bounced the ball into the turf, apparently deceiving the Illlni into thinking the play was dead. Toon scooped up the ball and lofted his touchdown pass to Nault who was behind the coverage at about the 5-yard line.
But the Illini struck back to march 51 yards in five plays to set up the field goal by Bass, whose kick after a timeout stunned a crowd of 78,406. Wisconsin, which had a four-game winning streak broken and slipped to 4-3 overall and 3-2 in the Big Ten, had taken a 20-9 lead late in the third quarter when Toon scored on a 46-yard screen pass from Wright But the Illini, 6-2 overall and 5-1 in the conference, rallied as Eason threw an 8-yard scoring pass to Oliver Williams. Purdue 24, Michigan State 21 EAST LANSING, Mich. Purdue quarterback Scott Campbell scored on a 1-yard sneak with 1:30 remaining to give the Boilermakers a Big Ten victory over winless Michigan State. The winning drive covered 92 yards in 10 plays.
Michigan State, which had never lost five successive conference games be SPARTAN SPARTAN if Fiberglass Belted Minnesota, 3-4 overall and 1-4 in the Big Ten, had scoring opportunities in the second half but saw them disappear as interceptions ended three straight series and a fumble ended the fourth. Phillips, who carried the ball 36 times, scored only once but spearheaded each Hawkeye drive. The Gophers also lent a hand with four fumbles and four interceptions. Michigan 49, Northwestern 1 4 EVANSTON, 111. Quarterback Steve Smith ran for two touchdowns and passed for three more in a 35-point second period to lift conference leader Michigan to a victory over Northwestern in a Big Ten mismatch.
The victory was the fourth straight for the Wolverines, giving them a 5-0 record in the Big Ten and 5-2 overall. Norhwes-tern, which had won two straight at home, slipped to 1-5 in the conference and 2-6 overall. Ohio State 49, Indiana 25 BLOOMINGTON, Ind. Tailback Tim Spencer ran for two touchdowns and quarterback Mike Tomczak passed for two other scores as Ohio State, shutting off Indiana's running game, beat the Hoosiers. The Buckeyes, 3-1 in the Big Ten and 4-3 overall, jumped ahead 14-0 in the first quarter on the first of Spencer's two 5-yard touchdown runs and a 72-yard scoring pass to Cedric Anderson.
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Pappas, who said he has been using hypnosis to help people stop smoking at his clinic, not far from the Hurons' Ypsl-lanti had contacted Stock about assisting the team. He said he had worked with the school's swimming team. After Stock's departure, LaPointe agreed to give it a try. "On a conscious level, they wanted to win so bad," Pappas said. "But on a subconscious level, I think it's been so long that they thought they couldn't win, and would not get up as high as they wanted to." we wouldn't play ball," Larry Alleyne, a linebacker and a Huskie co-captain said Friday.
"I'm sure the student body Is, but not this squad. It's there. You don't have to think about it It's so much in the air." Northern Illinois took a 1-4 record into the game, and had lost six of its last seven games. A crowd of 26,132 was on hand for the homecoming game. And Bill Mallory, the Huskies' head coach, said his team was in no position to take Eastern Michigan lightly.
"We don't dare," he said. The Hurons have not won a game since defeating Bowling Green, 18-16, in September 1980. In the past he said, the team employed such gimmicks as bringing a coffin to the locker room before the game it bore a mannequin dressed as an opposing player as a reminder to "kill the By MICHAEL SHAPIRO New York Tlmei Service DeKALB, 111. To his regret David Pappas, the hypnotist for the Eastern Michigan University football team, was unable to accompany the squad here Saturday for its attempt at breaking Its losing streak at 25 games now the nation's longest The streak reached 26 with a 10-0 defeat by Northern Illinois. Before the game, the coach and players for Northern Illinois, a MidAmerican Conference rival, Insisted that they were giving little thought to the unenviable prospect of ending yet another marathon losing streak this season.
When the Huskies lost to Northwestern, 31-6, last month, it ended the Wildcats' record-setting streak at 34 games. "If we did concentrate on the streak. Tires by HOURS' Monday i Thursday Tuesday, Wednesday, 8i Friday Saturday National Tire Wholesale.
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