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1970 GLOBE- GAZE Mason City, low 46 points in quarter, still lose By The Associated Press A National Basketball Association team scores 46 points in one period and it probably should win the game, right? Wrong. The Portland Trail Blazers came out smoking with a 46-point fourth quarter, but wound up trailing the New York Knicks Sunday night. Final: New Yook 125, Portland 113. The Knicks actually had cooled off Portland with some hot hands of their own in Willis Reed, Walt Frazier and Cazzie Russell. They led by as many as 31 points in the third period. Reed and Frazier had 28 points apiece and Russell, 21. In Sunday's other NBA games, Seattle defeated Cleveland 111-105; Milwaukee stopped Phoenix 125-105 and Los Angeles turned back Baltimore 124-105. Seattle overcame a 17-point deficit in handing the winless Cleveland Cavaliers their 14th straight defeat, one short of the NBA mark for consecutive losses at the start of the season. The Cavaliers had a 44-27 margin midway through the second period, but Dick Snyder led a third-quarter comeback for the SuperSonics. Snyder, who scored a game-high 30 points, hit two free throws that put Seattle ahead for good in the fourth period. Bob Dandridge hit 32 poinits and Lew Alcindor chipped in with 26 in Milwaukee's cause. A three-point play by Dandridge broke a 17-17 tie in the first quarter and the Bucks slowly pulled away. Jerry West pocketed a season-high 41 points and got scoring support from Gail Goodrich's 21 points and Wilt Chamberlain's 20. Gus Johnson had 28 for Baltimore. , Redmond leads Drake to 37-28 vWn, 6-3 record By The Associated Press Drake's 'Super Sub' has struck again. Dennis Redmond hurled two final quarter scoring passes Sat urday to lift Drake to a 37-28 triumph over South Dakota and give the Bulldogs a 6-3 season's record. Redmond, a Kansas City sophomore who has been filling in for regular Mike Grejbowski the last four games, was 23 of 38 passing. for 285 yards and had three of his throws go for touchdowns. Keamona got oitensive support from Rex Perry and rush ing workhorse Jerry Heston. Perry snared eight passes for 107 yards including a 37 yarder and one for 24 yards which went for touchdowns. Heston had two-yard and 43- yard touchdown runs and finished with 88 yards in 18 carries. Drake is home again next Sat urday, facing Southern Illinois. Southern dropped a 24-17 contest to Ball State, Ind., Saturday, Georgia 500 title to Richard Petty BYRON, Ga. (AP) - Richard Petty of Randleman, N.C., was back in the winner's circle today alter setting a record of 83.284 miles per hour in winning the fourth annual Georgia 500 NAS CAR stock race. 10 Nov. 9, Weekend college headliners Baylor almost trips Texas, Stanford to Rose Bowl, first Air Force loss By HERSCHEL NISSENSON Associated Press Sports Writer There's no such thing as a su per team ... or is there? The author of the first part of that statement is Bill Beall, whose Baylor team gave top-rated Texas all it could handle Saturday before bowing 21-14 on a pair of Steve Worster touchdowns. But he may get an argument from Bud Carson of Georgia Tech, whose next assignment is second-ranked Notre Dame, fresh from a 46-14 pounding of Pitt. "Let me emphasize that I think Notre Dame is the best team in the country," Carson said after Saturday's 30-8 triumph over Navy. "I've seen films of Ohio State and Texas, but' I feel we'll be playing the best there is this weekend. They're in a class by themselves." ' llj Whew! Whew! A 63-yard fieldg-oal. Tom Dempsey (19) gets a boost by teammates after booting a record 63-yard fieldgoal to let the New Orleans Saints upset Detroit, 19-17, in pro football play Sunday. Helping lift Dempsey is No. 66 Bill Cody. Waiting for 8-1 By" The Associated Press It is waiting time for Luther. The Iowa Conference cham pion Norsemen completed their regular season, Saturday by whipping the University of Illinois, Chicago Circle Campus 55- 13 to finish with an 8-1 overall record. That could be good enough for post-season bowl invitation. "We are waiting to hear some thing definite," said veteran Luther coach Edsel Schweizer who last week said his team is one of those being considered for the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl. "We should know something more Tuesday," added Schweiz er. "The committee said the game if we are selected would be played in Decorah since it was held last year at Wittenberg (Ohio)." Small power Wittenberg won the initial playing of the bowl last year and is a top prospect for a return appearance. The Tigers are 8-0 this season and have not lost in two seasons. Luther used a resounding ground game paced by the run ning of Bernie Peeters to close the regular season with a bang. The Norse ripped out 566 yards total offense against winless Chicago Circle (0-7). Peeters rushed for 149 yards and touchdowns of six, four and 18 yards as the winners leaped to a 49-0 lead before Chicago Campus scored. A couple of the state's other winning teams found late season play upsetting, however. William Penn, which had lost only twice once to Luther, was toppled by Doane, Neb., 10' 6 and Northwestern of the Tri State Conference was knocked out of second by losing to Concordia, Neb., 48-20. Elsewhere, the big news was Stanford's 29-22 . come-from-be- hind victory over Washington, putting the sixth-ranked Indians in the Rose Bowl; Oregon's wild 46-35 triumph over No. 9 Air Force which dropped the Fal cons from the unbeaten ranks, and the broken left arm suffered by Mississippi's brilliant Archie Manning during a 24-13 wm over Houston. Stanford's Jim Plunkett passed for 268 yards and all four touchdowns, including a deci sive 15-yarder to Randy Vataha with lk minutes left, and set a major college career record of 7,082 passing yards. Dan Fouts' fourth scoring pass, a 39-yarder to Bob New-land, and Ken Woody's 40-yard field goal wrapped up Oregon's victory over Air Force, which got three TDs from Brian Bream and a pair of scoring -AP Photofax ' time Luther coe was the only winner among Iowa s three teams in the Midwest Conference. The Ko Hawks got their second straight win after six losses by whipping Carleton 42-14. Grinnell was ripped 35-7 by conference leading St. Olaf's and Cornell 'was a 28-14 victim of Knox. Westmar finished its Tri State season on a win by downing Midland, Neb., 39-12. West- mar finished fourth in the sev en-team conference which will disband after the season. Lutner was the only one of four Iowa Conference teams to win in non-conference games as the University of Dubuque was ripped 55-0 by St. Norbert's, Wis., Wartburg was beat 28-14 by Lea, Minn., and Doane dropped William Penn. Iowa s two members of the North Central Conference Northern Iowa and Morningside also lost. UNI was. a 20-10 victim of Augustana, S.D., and Morningside fell 44-24 to South Dakota State. The state's two independents split. Missouri Valley kept Graceland (0-7) Iowa's only win less college team by taking a 28-23 verdict, while Iowa Wes- leyan earned a 27-13 triumph over Central, Mo., Methodist. Quarterback Pat Murphy threw for three touchdowns and a record 392 yards, but it could not save losing Morningside. The defeat left Morningside 144 in the North Central and 2-5 overall. Visiting Augustana used six pass interceptions and a fumble recovery to sail by Northern Iowa. The defeat was the Pan thers' seventh in nine games as they finished with their worst record in 55 years. tosses from Bob Parker to Ernie Jennings. Manning suffered his injury after passing for two touch downs and an insurmountable lead for 13th-ranked Mississippi over No. 18 Houston. The star quarterback was taken to Bap tist Hospital m Memphis, Tenn., where he was to undergo surgery Monday. Directly across the street in Methodist Hospital is Coach John Vaught, who was stricken with a mild heart at tack last month. Joe Theismann became Notre Dame's all-time total offense leader with a 381-yard perform ance against Pitt 284 passing 501 - 3rd N.E. AL & DICK'S CRANE and WRECKER SERVICE; AAA TIRES 63-yard kick sets pro football mark By KEN RAPPOPORT Associated Press Sports Writer Tom Dempsey had an angel on his shoulder and some magic in his foot. "We got beaten by a miracle, what else can you say?" was all Detroit Coach Joe Schmidt could say after Dempsey's record 63-yard field goal gave New Orleans a 19-17 National Football League upset Sunday. The kick on the last play of the game appeared to be heav en-sent for the underdog Saints, who supposedly hadn't a prayer of winning. The Saints' bull-strong booter had some faith he could make the distance, which bettered the 1956 mark of 56 yards by Balti more's Bert Rechichar. "I knew I could kick the ball that far, but whether or not I could kick it straight, kept running through my mind," Demp sey said. "I knew I had to hit the ball awfully hard and would need a little extra time. But the Lions held up perfectly and I got a perfect snap (from Joe Scarpati)." The field goal had a field day in other NFL games Sunday. Cincinnati's Horst Muhlmann kicked five three-pointers as the Bengals bested Buffalo 43-14; George " Blanda's 52-yarder helped Oakland trim Cleveland 23-20; Fred Cox sailed four field goals in Minnesota's 19-10 suc cess over Washington; Mike Mercer's 38-yard boot was the difference in San Diego's 24-21 victory, over Denver and Pete Gogolak ripped three as the New York Giants upset Dallas 23-20. Atlanta and Los Angeles played to a 10-10 tie;. Philadel phia won its first game since Nov. 23, 1969 by beating Miami 24-17; San Francisco routed Chi cago 37-16; Kansas City slugged Houston 24-9; St. Louis walloped Boston 31-0 and Pittsburgh toppled the New York Jets 21-17 in the other games. Green Bay and Baltimore clash in the Monday night television (ABC) Nino convinced he's not through after losing title ROME, Nov. 9 (AP) - Is Nino through? That was the question the Ital ians posed this weekend as Nino Benvenuti, the pride and powerhouse of their country, succumbed to the thunderous right of Argentina's Carlos Monzon With that right hook in the 12th round the world middleweight boxing crown slipped away from Italy, also casting doubts on Benvenuti's future He is, after all, 32 years of age and no longer the speedster he was when he won the gold medal in the 1960 Rome Olym pics. After losing .only two fights in the first eight years of his professional career, Benvenuti has now dropped three of his last seven decisions, two of them by knockouts. But he is convinced he still is not over the hill and he wants a rematch against the Argentine who engineered Nino's first de feat in his homeland. "I still feel worthy to fight at the world level," he said after losing the title," adding that Monzon "must not deny me the chance for a rematch." and 97 rushing. He threw for three touchdowns. "Theismann really put on a show for the fans," said Coach Ara Parseghian. "As you know, we like to let Joe's performance on the field speak for his qualifi cations for the Heisman Trophy. His performance was eloquent." ' With Manning sidelined, Theismann probably is Plun-kett's chief competition. SCIENTIFIC MOTOR TUNE-UP Specialists On CARBURETORS STARTERS REGULATORS GENERATORS ALTERNATORS FLOYD 4 LEONARD AOTO ELECTRIC 116 South Washington US. game in Milwaukee's County Stadium. Dempsey's booming drive cleared the cross-bar by mere mches, and he admitted it took some special ingredients. "There's so much involved in kicking a 60-yard field goal," he said. "You've got to try and hit the ball as hard as you possibly can and yet, kicking it straight is a hard thing to do. "It just happened that I hit it right that time and it happened at the right time." Detroit appeared to have won it when Erroll Mann kicked an 18-yard field goal with 11 sec onds to give the Lions a one-point lead. But New Orleans quarter back Billy Kilmer completed a pass to Al Dodd after the De troit kickoff and Dodd went out of bounds at the Saints' 45 with two seconds left. Then Dempsey, born toeless on his right kicking foot, did his thing. Muhlmann drilled field goals of 22, 30,13,36 and 43 yards for Cincinnati, which snapped a six-game slide. Buffalo's O.J. Simpson suffered a severe bruise on his left leg. Blanda, Oakland's 43-year-old kicking wizard, came through with his game-winner with three seconds left. He earlier relieved Daryle Lamonica at quarterback in the final period and threw a 14-yard touchdown pass and kicked the extra point. Cox made good on attempts of 44,17, 24 and 42 yards and Dave Osborn spun over from the one as Minnesota stopped Washington. John Had! fired three touch down passes, two to Gary Garrison, and Mercer added the fin ishing touch for San Diego with his field goal. Gogolak kicked the New York Giants into contention with his talented toe, then Ron Johnson sparkled in a second-half come back with two touchdowns. The Giants held off a determined Dallas scoring bid in the closing moments. Roman Gabriel threw a four- yard scoring strike and David Ray kicked the extra point that pulled Los Angeles into a tie with underdog Atlanta. . Philadelphia had to stave off a fourth-quarter rally by bat tling Miami. Norm Snead had built a substantial Eagle lead on three TD tosses. John Brodie completed 21 passes for San Francisco and moved into an elite class of quarterbacks with 2,000 or more lifetime completions. John Uni- tas, Y.A. Tittle and Sonny Jur-gensen are the others. Linebacker Bobby Bell latched onto a Houston pass and raced 45 yards for a Kansas City touchdown that broke open the rainstorm-slowed game. MacArthur Lane broke loose on three touchdown runs and they were all the St. Louis Cardinals needed. Pittsburgh handed the injury- laced New York Jets their sixth straight loss as John Fuqua bulled over for two Steeler scores. Viking statistics Minn. Wash. First downs 14 21 Yards rushing 110 151 Yards passing 53 183 Total yards 163 334 Passes 5-21-0 18-25-0 Punts 2-38 2-21 Fumbles lost 0 i Yards penalized 20 20 Minnesota 3 7 3 419 Washington 7 0 3 010 Hockey scores SATURDAY RESULTS Montreal 11, Buffalo 2. Vancouver 3, Toronto 2. New York , Los Angeles 2. Boston 2, Pittsburgh 2. Chicago 1, Philadelphia 1. St. Louis 1, Minnesota 1. SUNDAY RESULTS Minnesota 3, Chicago 3. Boston 6, Montreal 1. Detroit 3, Pittsburgh 3. Philadelphia 3, Buffalo 1. MASON CITY (SIOUXCITY WATERLOO FORT DODGE PEOPLES DES MOINES 0) SERVING! A COMPLETE LENDING AND FINANCIAL SERVICE ' J 1 522 S. Fed. Sears Shopping Center Mason City This advertisement is neither in offer to sell nor solicitation of an offer to buy these securities. The offer is made only by the prospectus. says Pro grid standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION W L T Pet. Baltimore 6 10 .857 Miami 4 4 0 .500 Buffalo 3 5 0 .375 Boston 1 7 0 .125 N.Y. Jets 1 7 0 .125 CENTRAL DIVISION Cleveland 4 4 0 .500 Pittsburgh 4 4 0 .500 Houston 2 5 1 .286 Cincinnati 2 0 .250 WEST DIVISION Oakland 4 2 2 .667 Kansas City 4 3 1 .571 Denver 4 4 0 .500 San .Diego 3 3 2 .500 NATIONAL CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION W 5 5 5 4 1 Pet. .750 .625 .625 .500 .125 St. Louis . . N.Y. Giants Dallas Washington Philadelphia CENTRAL DIVISION Minnesota 7 1 0 Detroit 5 3 0 Green Bay 4 3 0 Chicago 3 5 0 WEST DIVISION San Francisco 6 1 1 Los Angeles 5 2 1 Atlanta 3 4 1 New Orleans 2 5 1 .875 .625 .571 .375 .857 .714 .429 .286 SUNDAY RESULTS Atlanta 10. Los Angeles 10. St. Louis 31, Boston O. Cincinnati 43, Buffalo 14. ' Oakland 23, Cleveland 20. New York Giants 23, Dallas 20. San Diego 24, Denver 21. New Orleans 19, Detroit 17. Kansas City 24, Houston 9. Philadelphia 24, Miami 17. Minnesota 19, Washington 10. Pittsburgh 21, N.Y. Jets 17. San Francisco 37, Chicago 16. SUNDAY GAMES Atlanta at Philadelphia. Buffalo at Baltimore. Chicago at Green Bay. Cleveland at Cincinnati. Detroit at Minnesota. Kansas City at Pittsburgh. New Orleans at Miami. New York Jets at Los Angeles. Oakland at Denver. San Diego at Boston. San Francisco at Houston. Washington at NY Giants Only games scheduled. MONDAY GAME St. Louis at Dallas, night, national tele vision. Conference standings BIG EIGHT W L T Pts. Ops. Nebraska 5 0 0 210 100 Kansas State ... 5 1 0 117 83 Oklahoma 3 1 0 94 75 Kansas 2 3 Missouri 2 3 Colorado 2 4 Oklahoma State ..1 3 101 130 103 102 170 142 85 140 Iowa State 0 5 0 77 185 SATURDAY GAMES Iowa State at Missouri. Colorado at Oklahoma State. Kansas State at Nebraska. Oklahoma at Kansas. BIG TEN W L Michigan S 0 Ohio State S 0 Northwestern 4 1 Michigan Stat ..3 2 Iowa 2 2 Minnesota 1 3 Illinois 1 4 Purdue 1 4 Pts. Ops. 173 48 153 148 113 83 103 72 109 76 189 73 117 Wisconsin 1 4 0 80 113 Indiana 1 4 0 53 151 SATURDAY GAMES Iowa at Michigan. Ohio State at Purdue. Northwestern at Indiana. Michigan State at Minnesota. Wisconsin at Illinois. 7-6 high jump in Red China before 80,000 TOKYO (AP) - Red China claimed a world high jump record today for its Ni Chih- Chin. . The New China News Agency said Ni, competing in a track and field meet Sunday at Chang- sha in Hunan Province cleared 2.29 meters or a fraction over 7 feet 6 inches. Ni's reported leap betters the existing mark of 2.28 meters listed as 7-534 in the American linear system, set in 1963 at Moscow by Valery Brumel of the Soviet Union. The Communist Chinese re port said 80,000 saw Ni set the record on his second attempt at the height and encouraged him by chanting "Be resolute fear no sacrifice and surmount every difficulty to win victory." The words are attributed to Mao Tse-tung, the Red Chinese dictator. Cyclone gymnasts off to great start LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - Iowa State took the championship of the Kansas Invita tional Gymnastics meet for Big Eight teams Saturday night, wmmng every event but the high bar. PAID ON SAYINGS (Annual Rate) Minimum Amount $100 6-Month Certificates DUBUQUE FINAN)CE 4-CEOAK RAPIDS OTTUMWA ALL OF IOWA Lions FAN FARE wTOcugli yfo I rfnfe-T1 Tg Great team defeated good team Majors By CHARLES W. WALK North Iowa News Director AMES His team had just been thrashed 54-29, but Iowa State Cyclone coach Johnny Ma jors refused to speak in any thing but positive terms. 'I'm not pleased, of course, but I have no criticism of my team; only praise for Nebraska," the young Cyclone mentor said as he puffed on an infrequent cigarette. "This was a case of a great football team playing against a good football team and the good football team got beat. If we played again, we might make it closer, but we probably wouldn't beat them." "I haven't seen a better team in this league than Nebraska was today," Majors continued in his appraisal of the nation's fourth-ranked team. "They have lot of weapons; different weapons. They hurt you inside, outside and throwing." Majors waved a statistic sheet to add emphasis to his point. That sheet showed Nebraska had just rolled up 565 yards running inside and outside and throwing against his Cyclones. Although that large hunk of real estate enabled the unbeaten Cornhuskers to roll up eight touchdowns (four each half) on his Cyclones, Majors main- One to go Michigan in showdown CHICAGO (AP) - A precar ious week awaits Ohio State and Michigan, the ranking powers in Big Ten football. The two teams have been point ing for each other from the season's very start and now must take one more stop before their climactic clash at Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 21. Ohio State, the nation's third- ranked team, has to. get by Purdue Saturday, and Michigan, No. 5, must hurdle Iowa so that the two antagonists can come face-to-face with undefeated records the final Saturday of the Big Ten season. Aside from the conference championship, Ohio State has at stake a bid to the Rose Bowl. Michigan, under the no-repeat rule, cannot go to the bowl but covets sole possession of .the Big Ten championship it had to share last year after whipping the Buckeyes 24-12. That loss, incidentally, has been the only one suffered by" Ohio State s senior team which latched on to all the nation's football laurels as a bunch of sophomores two years ago. This year Ohio State started out like it was going to blow- everyone out of sight. But the Buckeyes have slowed down in Front End Alignment SPECIAL 1 Includes inspect all steering linkage. Put tires to proper 2 pressure and coned 3 Caster, Camber and toe in. Ford, Mercury. T- $95 Bird. Reg. 9.90 Spec. 0 All Other Ford Cars $Q95 Reg. 11.70. Spec. . . 0 Call for appointment 423-5402 Special Price Good Until Nov. 15, 1970. coac tained he "saw some things I liked out there today." "First of all, I was glad to see them hanging from the rafters," Majors said about the 36,500 who crowded in to watch the game and set a new single game attendance mark for the Cyclone stadium. "After all, that's what football is all about; getting people into the stands." ' Then, we gave them quite a show," Majors continued. "They have a great team, but we have the greatest receiver I've ever seen. I've never seen a receiver make the plays that Otto Stowe makes." Once again Majors emphasized his point with the statistic sheet. The sheet showed that Otto Stowe, Iowa State's slender split end had caught two touch down passes, had grabbed an other pass for a two-point con version and naa totaled six catches for nearly 100 yards The sheet did not show, however, that both of Stowe's touchdown catches one each from George Amundson and Dean Carlson were of the diving "circus" variety. Neither did the sheet point out that Stowe had a 9-yard end-around run for a touchdown called back be cause of a teammate holding. Stowe was the primary target all day for a Cyclone aerial then Bucks, recent weeks, having to come from second-half deficits to de feat Illinois and Northwestern and then clinging to a 10-7 half time lead before finally van quishing stubborn Wisconsin 24-7 last Saturday. Michigan, on the other hand started out slowly but has come on strong in recent weeks and climaxed its momentum with a 42-0 triumph over Illinois Satur day. Northwestern, still in the Rose Bowl picture, is a steD behind the two leaders. Northwestern boosted its record to 4-1 with a comeback 28-14 triumDh over Minnesota after trailing 14-0. Boosted by Mike Adamle's rec ord Big Ten 48 carries for 192 yards and four touchdowns in defeating Minnesota, Northwestern has a date Saturday at In diana and then closes shoD a week later at Michigan State. NOVEMBER SPECIAL Early Bird SNOW TIRE SERVICE Inspect all four tires your car o Place your two best regu-"Iar tires on front wheels 3 Mount both your present e ennw tiro nn vaw utIibaI SmVBGE STORES ' 26 - 1st N.E. Mason City ' 423-1933 1 in By Walt Dirzen show which netted four touch downs, and 228 of the 341 yards the Iowa State offense generat ed. Junior quarterback Dean Carlson went most of the way and fired two of the Cyclone TD bombs. Sophomore Amundson also fired a pair of fourth quart er scoring passes. Amundson also got his first taste of playing halfback and added a new dimension to the Cyclone offense with the halfback option run-or-pass. As impressive as the Cyclone passing game was, however, it was only a tad more effective than that of Nebraska. Big Jerry Tagge fired 18 completions in 27 attempts for 233 yards and two touchdowns. Tagge's passing was the perfect compliment to a Husker running game which picked up 342 yards, including 116 by halfback Jeff Kinney, 92 by fullback Dan Schneiss and 69 by halfback Joe Orduna. The best indication of the kind of offenses generated by both teams came during the last 4 minutes of the third period. In that stretch they scored four touchdowns, including three by the Huskers and one by the Cyclones. None of the TDs were of the cheap variety. With the score at 26-11, Nebraska counted first with a 22-yard pass to speedster Johnny Rodgers with 4:33 left in the period. Iowa State marched right back in four plays to cover 65 yards, with the scoring play a 20-yard pass to fullback Jock Johnson with 4:04 remaining. Nebraska came right back and moved 59 yards in four plays with Orduna slashing six yards for the score with 3:07 remain ing. Then, with 2:29 remaining in the period, Nebraska inter cepted a Carlson pass (one of three he suffered for the day) and returned it to the Husker 35. It took just five plays for the Huskers to travel the 65 yards, with Scheiss going the last 33 with 50 seconds remaining in the quarter. Statistics Neb. I.S. First downs 32 1 Yards rushing 342 113 Yards passing 223 228 . Passes 18-27-0 19-37-3 Punts 3-32 7-41 Fumbles lost 3 ' 1 , Yards penalized : . 70 71 Nebraska 12 14 21 754 Iowa State 0 11 6 12 2 Sports calendar WEDNESDAY North Iowa Coaches and Officials meet at YMCA, 7:30. SPECIAL! on ALL FOR ONLY... t

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