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S if- n4 los&wltt'&lmtil Pirt Ill-Sat., Sept. 19,1970 Miami Rallies to Turn Back W&M, 34-14 MIAMI W Kelly Cochrane passed for: 271 yards and three touchdowns Friday night as : Miami beat William & Mary, 36-14, at the Orange Bowl. .The Indians exploded for two early touchdowns by halfback Wes Meeteer, "Taking a 14-6 lead before the Hurricanes stormed back. "..... "' - Speedy Joe Schmidt out-wrestled William & Mary defender Tom Duffy to catch a 35-yard scoring bomb from . Cochrane. It put Miami ahead 15-14 before an opening game crowd of 27,286. - Cochrane wound up with 21 for 32 passing. Clutch Throws Miami's Tom Sullivan banged three yards to score 11 seconds before the half, fattening the lead to 22-14. Cochrane hit clutch throws to Schmidt for seven yards, Don Bren-nan for 20, and Schmidt again for 31 to set up the score. . Phil Mosser gained 79 yards in 17 carries to lead the Indians and. Bobby Best made 68 for 10 for Miami. . Schmidt caught eight passes for 129 yards and tight end Jack Hurley led William & Mary receivers wih three for 106. William I Miry ...... 7 7 0-14 Miami i la 7 7-S4 WM-Bushnell 4 pass from Meeteer IGeioer kick) Mla-Brennan a (kick blocktd) WM-Hurlev at IGeioer kick) Mla-FG Cummins 3 Mla-Schmldt 35 pass from Cxhrane (pass failed) Mla-Sullivan 3 run (Cummins klcM Mla-Sullivan 2 run (Cummins kick) Mla-Golmont IS pass from Cochran (Cummins kick) Attendance 27.W4 dm rl tiaiO sots mo ad mlaml STATISTICS WtM Mi. First Downs 11 21 Yards rushing 142 17 Yards passing ......... 143 271 ' Return yardage ,,f Passes 7-15-0 21-33-0 Punts 4-314 6-4341 Fumbles lost ........... . 4 ' I Yards penalized , 70 121 Pele Paces Santos to Soccer Victory WASHINGTON UP) ; Pele rammed in four goals and contributed two assists in leading Santos of Brazil to a 7-4 victory over the surprisingly tough Washington Darts in an international soccer exhibition game before 13,878 here Friday night., Santos plays Guadalajara at the Los Angeles Coliseum Sunday. (JSC, Nebraska Rosters No. Name, Pos. 5 Ayala,db-k 6 Rae.qb - , 7 Boulware, qb g Jones, qb 10 Chandler, fl 14 Failor, db ' 15 Chaney, fl 16 McAuley, db .; 17 Pratt, db 18 Dickerson.se 19 Llngenfelter.se 21 Dyer, db 22 Morgan, se 23 Berry, tb 26 Dlel.fl - 27 McNeill, tb 28 Davis, tb ' ' 29 Harris, tb . 30 Garrison, fl 31 Rollinson, db 33 Evans, fb 34 Washmera, lb 36 Simpson, db - No. Name, Pos. 8 Runty, fl 10 McFarland, db 12 Brownson, qb 13 C.Newton, db 14 Tagge, qb 15 Jones, qb 16 McClelland, db 18 J.Anderson, db 19 Vactor.tb 20 Rodgers, fl ' 21 Decker, db 22 Schneiss, fb 24 Kosch, db 25 Mason, lb 26 Hughes, tb 27 Blahak, db 28 Goeller, tb , 29 Hollsteln,db 30 Rogers, db-k 31 Orduna, tb 32 Cox, se 33 Peetz, lb 34 O'Connell, db COLISEUM, 8 P.M. use ; ' No. Name, Pos. 38 Holland, fb' 39 Cunningham, fb '40 Turner, db - 43 Hudson, db 45 Timmong, db 46 Thomas, db . 50 Haluchak.lb ? 51. Preston, lb r.". ' 52 Lee,c '. '. 53 Slough, lh ' 54 Perryman.lb, 55 Grissum, lb 1 , . 57 Browruc 58 Stirling, og 59 Oberreuter, c ; v 60 Yary.og - 61 Graf, og 63 Fielder, lb ' 64 Stewart, lb 65 George, lb 66 Meier, og 67 Papadakis, lb NEBRASKA No. Name, Pos, 35 Kinney, tb 37 Johnson, de , ; 38 Jennings, lb 39 Yanda,lb 40 Morrell, lb 41 Powell, fb 42 Murtaugh.lb 43 Morock, lb 44 Olds, fb 46 Bomberger, fb 47 Carstens, fb 48 Hauge, lb 50 Jamail, c 51 Branch, lb 53 Kinsel, c 54 Dumler.e 56 Periard,dt " 57 Adkins.de 58 Hyland.de 59 Grenfell,og 61 Weber, og 62 Beran. og 64 Johnson, de No. Name, Pos. - 68 Ryan, or 71 Skiles.dt 1 73 Ruppertj Ot . . 74 McGirr.ot . 75 J.Vella, dt-vj 76 A.Gallaher, og 77 Adams, ot 78 Montgomery, ot 80 R.Gallaher, te 81 C.Vella.te : 82 McMichael, dt ' '83Hailde 84 Weaver.de ' j 85 Weber, de 86 Mullins, te 87 Carter, lb 88 Eriksen, de h 89 .Young, te 90 Pultorak,de" 92 Stone.de - 93 Smith, dt 94 Grant, dt No. Name, Pos. 65 Wortman,og 66 Pabis, dt 67 Winter, ot 68 Robison.dt 70 McGhee.og -. 71 Johnson, ot 72 White, ot 74 B.Newton, ot- 75 Jacobsen, dt 76 Walline.dt 77 Ruppert, ot : 79 Glover, dt 80 Pitts, de 81 Harper.de 82 Harvey, te 84 Didur, se 85 List, te 86 Wolfe, te 87 RIghettl,dt. 88 Ingels, se 89 F.Anderson, se 90 Dutton, dt USC-NEBRASKA pass from Cochran pass from Mtetaer Continued from First Pago : away threats in I-backs Joe Orduna (who missed last season with a knee injury) and Jeff Kinney, a 200-pounder who was Nebraska's most exciting sophomore last year since Bobby Reynolds. And there is sophomore flanker Johnny Rodgers, an aero-' batic speedster who caught a 61-yard touchdown pass last weekend in a 36-12 win over Wake Forest. It is a team with speed to go with , all its raw power, for a change; But so, for that matter, is use. - y.:- The Trojans,' who rolled -up 559 yards in total offense against : Alabama a week ago, will be throwing a regiment of fast, fresh backs at the Corn-huskers. ; Tailback Clarence Davis and fullback;Charlie Evans ' will open 'again with . quarterback Jimmy Jones and flanker Bobby Chandler, but McKay plans to get plenty of mileage, too, out of a rangy sophomore whom everybody is talking about He is Sam Cunningham (6-3, 220), who slashed for the first two touchdowns in the Alabama game and got 135 yards in his debut. . Devaney was talking about him, too. "From what I've seen of him in the films," he said, "he looks like a great full-1 back already!" The End Zone TJSC's' record against Big 8 teams is 6-1, the only loss being handed by Oklahoma, 17 12, on a 100-degree day in the Coliseum in 1963. The Trojans also have beaten Colora ' do and Missouri , ; . The only other time a Devaney-coached Nebraska team played a West Coast : team (besides last year's opener with USO was in 1967, when the Cornhuskers beat Wash-? ington, 17-7, in Seattle The USC-Nebraska game last September in Lincoln is the only previous meeting between the two schools. Jeff Prugh Angels Drop 3-2 Decision to A s in 9th ' Continued from First Page The win Increased Oakland's second-place margin in the American, League WesfcitoT 3Vi. games over ' the 'Angels 1,Jr i Wildness cost Dobson two runs in the 'early Innings. The Angels loaded the bases in the first on Gonzalez'; .-single . and tWQ walks. With two out, Gonzalez scored on Dobson's wild pitch. California took a 2-0 lead in the third . inning on a walk, the second of Gonzalez' three singles and Jim Fregosi's groundout. Angels' starter Rudy May, winless since Aug. 3, gave up a solo home run to Joe Rudi in the fourth inning. The 1 A's tied the game in the seventh. Dave Duncan singled with two out and was replaced by pinchrunner Allah Lewis, who scored all the way from first on Dick Green's third straight hit, a Texas leaguer into left. ANGEL AVERAGES (liKludlM Thursday's Game) BATTING layer- . AB ft H MR RBI Pet. Johnson 566 76 1 13 II .31 Gonialaz 46 3 13 0 5 Spencer 462 53 130 11 63 Freoosl 572 M 160 21 76 S 23 2 35 I 6 U44 0 7 0 1 10 2 4 14 ;0 : 0 . 0 0 UCLA FACES PITT mor John Hogan . . . Two weekt ago, Pitt had 18 players being treated for minor injuries ,but nearly all of them rtportedly are healthy now. i - ...... ! f M i 625 72 160 Cowan Alomar Reynolds ...... Ill 11 Repoi -i...... 3M 49 Ruiz 67 t JTatum 175 27 Voss 175 21 Johnstone ..... 303 Azeua 331 Egan .......... 188 McMuilen 480 Rivers ' 7 ' Oyler i. 1 Griffin 20 Brown 1 30 94 20 42 42 32 72; W 76 ' 13 43 55 109 9 I 2 ' I 0 5 2t 35 tl 20 64 ,1 1 , V 0 213 .261 .260 .273 .256 .254 .242 .230 .240 .240 .236 .230 .229 .227 .143 .105 .100 .000 Pltehtr-ff Garrett S5H l37 Fisher 120' 109 Wright 236 211 Msrsmth 194 144 K.Tatum KVt 64 Bradley M't 64 La Roche 42 36 Allen 12'A 12 Keelev 21 17 May 169 175 Queen STA 55 Murphy 215 213 Cox IVi 3 PITCHINO) H -CO BB SO W-L ERA 0 32' 3 4-5 2.75 0 31 12 98 71 162 24 46 33 53 17 35 7 6 S 14 71 143 2 4-3 2.92 20-11 2.93 11-10 3.00 7-3 3.02 2- 4 3.56 4-1 3.64 0- 1 3.65 1- 0 3.84 6-13 4.05 3- 5 4.06 14-13 4.23 04 4.75 I, Fisher 0 21 41 S 79 68 0 0 1 SAVE K. Tatum 18. Oueen 6, Messeramlth 5. LaRoche 2, Kealev. TEAM TOTALS AB R. H 2B 3B HR Pet. Oopenents: 4979 582 1168 176 23 140 .239 Angels: 5088 577 1274 179 37 IN .250 College Football Miami (Fla.) 36, William & Mary 14 Kiilidale 67, u. of Oetroit 0 Continaei from First Pg; terbacfe ?Dennis Diimimt. But the Panthers will come in a four-man front with occasional blitzing linebackers, not the six-man rush that -Oregon State employed against UCLA last week. ' This should leave Pitt less vulnerable to being burned by the Bruin running game than: the Beavers were. The question, as it was last week in Corvallis, is whether a green secondary can contain one of the nation's top college quarterbacks long enough to post a victory. The Panthers' chief weakness appears to be its defensive secondary, which lost two starters. A year ago, in UCLA's 42-8 win in Los Angeles, Dum-mit ruined Pitt through the air, hitting for 285 yards and three touchdowns. Two of them were b o m b s 55 y a r d s to George Farmer and 56 yards to Gwen Cooper -f and that's the thing Pitt fears most this time. But with the injury to flanker Brad Lyman, UCLA now lacks speed in its receiving corps. And last season, Pittsburgh did a very good job of coping with the ground phases of UCLA's - triple-option attack, holding the Bruins to 153 yards net rushing. . ; Further, Pitt's most impressive back a year ago was Ferris, who gained 48 1 yards on seven carries before being hurt in the first half. He's healthy now, as is Esposito, who gained ;.. 743 yards, last year, the most for any Pitt back since 1952. , i UCLA still should have a decided edge in overall speed. i . , ; . .' And the Bruins have played a game! Coach Tommy Prothro, for one, believes that is a decided advantage, even though Pitt had a chance to scout UCLA. But a 57-14 or a 63-7 Bruin rout certainly is not in the offing. Like almost every, other UCLA game this season, this one figures to be any- THREE 40-LAP MAIN EVENTS flpr inn I D t SAT. NITE 8 P.M. SAUGUS SPEEDWAY S iXf J"1 tf j i w m i v w lij i i i . l . u .1 jt.i .r. f. r.A l r.Tif t m. . . i i . l d -. m I I I; I c I I I aTrTliaRBif to soy that our open latter ( President Hixon a titr marchandising Itedirs, wt (Mill contlnut ts rail sack tirt arieei ta nli-inflation eraioa't has rteolvtd trttntndoui reiponte. At we; 196Sltvtli.lt it gratifying to 8 other merchant follow rtad la artdictcd, other merchanti havt vndtrtaktn similar (though aot as this crvsadt( ear contribution to oar country's aceuomit stability, jdreitic) prict slaihln; campolgni. At tht high quality, low tost tirt . . V Check Mr pricts; Tiet finry tin irisi W8w, kivt all beta rtllei' kick First Ouility, Utist Tin ! t 19GS levels! .. .-. ;, Oesienr. : - '-' V Every tin it from tin if f Check f vr Free V $ tr-tit Mijtr Tirt Minufict- vices. Fret Hot C'tip irm ii Ui Uiitel States! 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Mil Mintil. ant Hlmnil large tiUKlrM itttiil liti M Xi Witl Suit. SUkM until. artauB ree bill nMti, WWII m Hir-ntrair Ttl ( f coo: I POLYCLAS J y'AtSiMtD GOODYEAR BELTED TIRES iscmtid Pricis! VtlNVINIWOtlBMMOIIS iUnitlSfA fllllU 1011 TIIIL-,., 1 I LiAULiS 1 llliMrllntoi.Mllim7neA I I ...,.... I J ltllSS-itlTniH I I I SPtSn It MOIITE HO.lOKCIACII SSSSSStSSSSSlS JW A?$M 34o3r ICK ROAD 21 00 SOUTH STRUT n mittr tkirtt Cut II Tn Nil lm i Crtdt 6 I tt-oi (1'Allis.W.llSJ.Ft7)44; 0231 ft CMrry. acr. tr. laiy'il 131 12tt cm lift .t.iini at laemel C.nti U II I'vlf " 11 aeaaaaaiBaeeB aaeawaaBBl atiitrf r4t ttMtrtl. ilHim nM t VvJviVy 105 ANCXLIS VANKUYS ZX&tRXXZ'SSXZSS 1 SmiIVIRLYllVO. . 7431 VAN NUTS RIVO. mZnmX wVmS Jn- ufi!. (lllks.WestHVirmiitlM2.2UI (ltt. KM PUBt & Stici)7l2 1201 "aut? nm'umw Wl thing-tiut easy., J l Brain Jfotes - s ' If UCLA wins today, it will be Prothro'g 100th win as a college coach. Inr 15 years plus, his record now stands 99-50-5 . ; . It rained Friday in Pittsburgh, hard at times, but the forecast is only a 10 chance of rain today. In any event, it shouldn't matter that much, since the. Panthers installed AstroTurf on their field this year. - DePasqua apparently has decided on senior quarterback Dbtb Haven over sopho- . -ft 5 i i Anioo:i!i?o! i F03 A PARTICULAR TYFE F.1AII One who will take an interest in my business. Must be married, bondable, preferably church affiliated, sales experienced er sales career; desired. . i-H't -u --:. , . The man who qualifies can earn $25,000 and up per year. Must be prepared to start immediately. This job deals with some of the most wanted material in the world. For a confidential interview call Saturday from 9 t.m. to 9 p.m. - i - Mr. King 213-724-1400 , . In Bakersfield iru call Mr. pavls . a . S0S472-O729 Brussell'sSttll the Best Buy in Town! ! ; ,- ' .... , Economic Conditions Have Caused This SPECIAL SOLE! As you know economic conditions are not as good as last year. We are heavily over stocked and therefore are holding this SPECIAL SALE. This is indeed a rare opportunity to stretch the dollar . , . Save 40 to 50 and more on Men's Suits, Sport Coats, Slacks and Furnishings; Tropical Suits . . . . . All Wool Vested Suits Sport Coats . . ... .'. Single and Double " Breasted Blazers . . All Wool Flare Slacks . . . Short Sleeve Dress Shirts Famous "Sere". Brand , Dress Shirts . .... . . , , Fine Neckwear . . . . ; . . , WERE ...79.50-89.50. ..98.50-705.00. ...59.95-69.95. ...75.00-85.00 . ...29.95-35.00. t t e 95 .10.00-71.00. . . .4.00-6.50 . NOW .37.88-47.88 .57.88-67.88 .17.88-27.88 .37.88-47.88 .14.88-19.88 . 2.97 ... ...4.97 ...1.97-3.97 Storcwido Similar Savings On All Merchandise STORE HOURS: Sat. 9:30 to 6-Sun. 12 ta 5-Mon. 12 ts 9-Validattd Parkina SPECIAL SUNDAY HOURS: 12 TO 5 7.703 3uoiiib BANKAMERICARD mett BEVERLY HILLS 114 O. BEVERLY DRIVE MASTER CHARGE APPAREL BRadshaw 2-4003 Live Above all v iSM AtMi W 7 7iiVrA.I J A T r . Mil , Cwav '. : W ,- , ti3 IM m ?Wll?rU IM - Consider the hurji-drum that eats away your life. Hie hurried trips to the grocery store. ' The quick stops at the laundry. The dry cleaner. v- i m&aufctiwa-jii nppuuiuiiouio ai. tin. uai u&l a or beauty shop. The frantic Saturdays whittled down by errands that take you here and there y and everywhere but where you want to bet -enjoying yourself and your life. You can be above it all at Burner Hill Towers just across from . the Music Center. Now every service is just an elevator stop away. And so is every pleasure. 1 One and two-bedroom apartments from $23 5 . and $340, as available. Also customized sWUflriJb, penthouses. Model apartments open daily, 9 a.m. 44HUh'Vi&Ur - to 6 p.m. Valet parking at entrance to Center Oj Tower, 800 W. First Strset Phone 624-2877. . . . - . , . . . s . U Bunker Hill Towers "1F 1 1 ' Hr 111 uamuamm AU stores opin sun. till 4 tM. I Alt STORES OrtH M0N.-J5T. Till 7 tM.

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