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Bates 13 Ashland IS, Slippery Rock 3 Bowdoin 7. Williams 0 ii I i'ffe football team but they have scored points in their previous outings." The Jayhawks fell to a 1-4 mark. Nebraska's I.M. Hipp, who needed just 59 yards against the Jayhawks to become the Cornhuskers' all-time rushing leader, managed only 19. yards before reinjuring a troublesome toe.

But Redwine's effort, and the 138 rushing, yards that "Super Sub" Johnson picked up, were more than enough to pace the defending Big 8 co-champs. Kansas keyed on the Nebraska I-backs with some success early in the first stanza. Two procedural penalties and a batted-down pass stopped Nebraska's first major drive in the first quarter. But as the Jayhawks concentrated on shutting off the outside routes, Nebraska took to the inside, controlled the line of scrimmage and ran up eight scores in as many possessions. LINCOLN, Neb.

(AP)-Tim Hager threw a pair of touchdown passes, Dean Sukup kicked three field goals and reserve I-back Craig Johnson ran for two more TDs and set a school record as fifth-ranked Nebraska overcame a slow start and went on to throttle Kansas, 42-0, in Jthe Big 8 Conference football opener for both schools Saturday. After a scoreless first quarter before the Husker homecoming crowd, Sukup opened the second stanza with a 36-yard field goal. Nebraska scored on next seven possessions as the Huskers totally controlled the line of scrimmage. Jarvis Redwine, with 158 yards rushing for the day, scored on a 54-yard run and Sukup added field goals of 41 and 27 yards to give Nebraska a 15-0 half time edge. Mark LeRoy intercepted Kansas quarterback Kevin Clinton on the Jayhawks' first possession of the second half, setting up Hager's 24-yard TD pass to tight end Junior Miller.

Hager hit wingback Kenny Brown with a 12-yard scoring aerial less than four minutes later. Johnson's first score, from one yard out, capped third period play. Johnson set a Nebraska record with a 94-yard scoring run early in the fourth quarter. Ironically, Redwine's 54-yard TD earlier had the brief distinction of being the longest run from scrimmage by a Husker this year-Kansas' deepest penetration, Nebraska 31, was stymied in the third quarter. It was the second consecutive shutout for Nebraska, now 5-0, which utilized reserves through most of the second half.

"I think our offense had a good day, but if I had to single out a particular unit, the credit would go to the defense," said Nebraska coach Tom Osborne. 'fKansas isn't that good a i -Uu' v-. ri fl. i. Jayhawk-Husker facts 'n figures Kansas Cardinals rally to stun Trojans, 21-21 Nebraska 28 430 181 12-22-0 2 4-35 0-0 First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Passing Return Yardage Punting Fumbles Penalties 59 5-23-3 ii 945 1-1 5-51 U-94 SHACKLED Missouri's Norman Goodman (98) has the feet of Oklahoma State running back Steve Hammond (35) twisted around so Hammond comes up with a short gain Saturday afternoon.

But the Cowboys went on to upset the 15th-ranked Tigers, 14-13. AP Laserphoto) Sub Doerner leads Cowboys to victory Kansas 0 0 0 00 Nebraska 0 15 27 042 Nebraska -Sukup (36 field goal). Nebraska-Redwine (54 run). Kick failed. Nebraska Sukup (41 field goal).

Nebraska Sukup (27 field goal). Nebraska Miller (24 pass from Hager). Sukup kick. Nebraska Brown (12 pass from Hager). Sukup kick.

Nebraska Johnson (1 run). Kick failed. Nebraska Johnson (94 run). Sukup kick. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Kansas Capers 8-28.

Higgins 3-11. Nebraska-Redwine 24-157, Johnson 9-138. Passing Kansas Clinton 5-19-59-3. Nebraska Hager 10-17-152. Quinn 2-4-29-0.

Receiving Kansas Verser 2-27, Schleicher 1-18. Nebraska-Smith 4-82, Miller 2-39. Attendance: 76,011. conversion as Stanford snapped the Trojans' 13-game winning streak dating back to last year. The Cardinals, a three-touchdown underdog, are 3-2-1 and 1-0-1 in Pac-10 play.

The Trojans are 5-0-1 and 2-0-1 in conference action. Schonert's first touchdown pass was a 19-yarder to Mike Dotterer in the third quarter. He completed four of five throws in the Cardinals' drive that began at their 20-yard line. Stanford cut Southern Cal's lead to 21-14 two-and-a-half minutes into the fourth quarter when flanker Ken Margerum hauled in a nine-yard toss from Schonert, who normally has sat out the fourth quarter while freshman quarterback John Elway calls the signals. LOS ANGELES (AP)-Quarterback Turk Schonert threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score Saturday as Stanford rallied from a 21-0 halftime deficit and earned a 21-21 tie with No.l Southern California in a Pacific-10 Conference football game.

Both teams missed field goal attempts in the closing minute of the game. Stanford's Ken Naber was short on a 53-yard try with 43 seconds left and Southern cal's Eric Hipp had a 39-yard kick blocked after holder Jeff Fisher fumbled the snap as time ran out. Schonert, scrambling under a heavy Southern Cal pass rush, darted 10 yards for the Cardinals' final touchdown with four-and-a-half minutes left and Naber kicked the COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP)-Second-string quarterback John Doerner threw two touchdown passes Saturday and Terry Suellentrop rushed for 146 yards in the second half to rally underdog Oklahoma State to a 14-13 Big Eight football victory over No. 15 Missouri.

Cowboy-Tiger facts 'n figures Arizona State official dismisses coach Kush Missouri, a three-touchdown favorite, led at halftime, 13-0, but kicker Jeff Brockhaus, who kicked two field goals in the first half, missed on three attempts in the final eight minutes after the Cowboys took the lead. Doerner came off the bench in the second quarter when starter Harold Bailey was injured, and brought the Cowboy offense to life in the third period with scoring drives of 80 and 84 yards. With 8:34 left in the third period, Doerner hit Ron Ingram with a 15-yard scoring strike that was deflected into the receiver's arms by tight end Don Echols. The Cowboys used 17 plays in their next scoring drive, capped by Doerner's 10-yard pass to Mel Campbell, who beat Bill Whitaker in the corner of the end zone. Colin Ankerson's extra point gave the Cowboys, now 3-2, a 14-13 lead that they never lost.

Missouri is also 3-2. Suellentrop, a seldom-used running back, finished with 152 yards on 22 carries and kept both scoring drives alive with key runs. Oklahoma SUte 19 246 130 75 10-21-1 8-29 11 First Downs Rushing Yards Passing Yards Return Yards Passes Punts Fumbles-Lost Missouri 19 148 209 21-27-0 5-35 3-0 4-40 Hogs handle Raiders 20-6 LUBBOCK, Texas AP)-Twelfth-ranked Arkansas scored touchdowns on Gary Anderson's 67-yard punt return and Kevin Scanlon's 76-yard pass to Bobby Duckworth to defeat Texas Tech, 20-6, Saturday in a Southwest Conference football game. Scanlon, who completed five of nine passes for 109 yards, found Duckworth open at midfield in the second quarter for the score that gave the unbeaten Razorbacks a 10-3 halftime edge. Ish Ordonez kicked field goals of 21 yards in the second quarter and 30 yards in the third quarter for Arkansas, which is 5-0 for the year and 2-0 in SWC play.

Tech fell to 2-3-1 for the year and 1-2 in SWC action. Penalties-Yards 5-35 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING Oklahoma SUte Suellentrop 22-152, Young 3-33, Doerner 19-12. MissourMWUder 19-51, Ellis 9-25. PASSING Oklahoma SUte Doerner 8-17-1-83, Bailey 2-4-0-47. Missouri Bradley 21-27-0-209.

RECEIVING Oklahoma SUte Ingram 2-56. Young 2-26, Campbell 2-22. Missouri-Newman 6-57. Blair 4-41, Wilder 2-22. Oklahoma SUte 0 0 7 714 Missouri 7 6 0 013 MU Wilder 1 run (Brockhaus kick) MU-FG Brockhaus 37 MU FG Brockhaus 38 OSU Ingram 15 pass from Doerner (Ankerson kick) OSU Campbell 10 pass from Doerner (Ankerson kick) TEMPE, Ariz.

(AP) Arizona State football coach Frank Kush was fired Saturday after 25 years at the helm of the Sun Devils. At a hastily called news conference hours before his team was to take the field against Washington in a Pacific-10 Conference game, Kush said ASU athletic director Dr. Fred Miller advised him that he would be dismissed. Kush said he was fired because Miller did not believe him when he denied punching former Arizona State punter Kevin Rutledge and forcing him to quit the team. Attorneys for Rutledge have filed a $1 million lawsuit against Kush and the school over the incident.

Kush's prepared statement read: "What I cannot accept is the manner in which this matter was handled. No one can contradict Bridgewater, Mass. 20. Western Connecticut Brown 24, Penn 18 Buc knell 0. Lafayette tie Canisius 14, St.

Lawrence 13 Carnegie-Mellon 32. Washington and Jefferson 7 Cheyney SUte 7, East Stroudsburg 3 Colgate 17, Holy Cross It Cornell 41, Harvard 14 Post 14, American International 3 Delaware 21, Villa nova 20 For am 10, Coast Guard 9 Franklin Marshall 23. Dickinson 0 Frostburg SUte 42, St. Francis. Pa.

0 Georgetown, C. 20. Gallaudet Gettysburg 10. Moravian 7 Grove City 26. Geneva 25 Indiana.

Pa. 38. California. Pa. 15 Ithaca 21, Springfield 14 Kutztown SUte 41, Glassboro SUte 21 Lehigh 10, Davidson 0 Lock Haven SUte 19, Clarion SUte 13 Lycoming 21, JuniaU 0 Mar ist 13, Siena 7 Massachusetts 20, Boston U.

6 Middlebury 40, Trinity, Conn. 27 Millersville SUte 17, Mansfield SUte 0 Muhlenberg 24, Ursinus 22 New Hampshire 23, Maine 0 New Haven 21, Plymouth SUte 19 Nichols 25, Maine Maritime 6 Northeastern 35, Southern Connecticut 10 Pace 27, Seton Hall 27, tie Penn St. 24, Army 3 Pittsburgh 35, Cincinnati 0 Princeton 35, Columbia 0 Rochester 14, Wagner 10 Rutgers 26, Connecticut 14 Shippensburg SUte 28, Edinboro SUte 18 Stony Brook 9, Manhattan 7 Swarthmore 15, Lebanon Valley 2 Temple 49, Syracuse 17 Thiel 21, Hiram College 0 Tufts 22. Norwich 19 Virginia SUte 17, Howard University 15 Waynes burg 8, Westminister, Pa. 3 West Chester SUte.

15, Bloomsburg SUte 7 West Virginia 20, Boston College 18 Wilkes 33, D. -Madison 0 Yale 3, Dartmouth 0 SOUTH Alabama 40, Florida 0 Alcorn SUte 21, Albany, Ga. 2 Auburn 52, Vanderbilt 35 Austin Peay 21, Jacksonville SUte 13 CaUwba 24, Gardner-Webb 15 Clark University 31, Knoxville 0 Clemson 21, Virginia Tech 0 Concord 7, West Virginia Tech 7, tie Duke 34, Richmond 7 East Carolina 49. Citadel 7 East Tennessee State 35, Tennessee-Chattanooga 0 Eastern Kentucky 33, Fullerton SUte 7 Elizabeth City SUte 20. St.

Paul's 6 Fairmont 23. West Virginia SUte 6 Florida 55, Morris Brown 14 Florida SUte 17. Mississippi SUte 6 Fur man 34. Marshall 24 Georgetown. Ky.

44, Franklin 20 Georgia 21, Louisiana SUte 14 Grambling SUte 25, Mississippi Valley 13 Guilford 16, Bridgewater, Virgina 6 J.C. Smith 30, Livingstone 0 Kentucky 14, Mississippi 3 Lenoir Rhyne 26, Liberty Baptist 21 Louisville 24, Tulsa 7 Mississippi College 9, OuachiU 24 Morehead SUte 7, Tenn ease-Mar tin 0 Morgan SUte 27, South Carolina SUte 16 Murray SUte 29, Middle Tennesse 8 Navy 24. William Mary 7 Newberry 31, Wofford 3 N. Carolina St. 7, Maryland 0 Presbyterian 30, Elon 14 Randolph-Macon 18, Emory Henry 6 Shepherd 20, West Virgina Weslyn 17 Tennessee 31, Georgia Tech 0 Towson SUte 7, Wayne, Mich.

0 Tuskegee 43, Morehouse 7 Virginia 69, James Madison 9 VM1 27. Appalachian SUte 22 Virginia Union 26, Bowie SUte 3 Wake Forest 24, North Carolina 19 Washington it Lee 20. Hampden-Sydney 0 Western Kentucky 49. Tennessee Tech 7 Widener 14, Western Maryland 6 Winston-Salem 28, Fayetteville SUte 14 MIDWEST Adrian 6, Hope 6, tie Akron 24, Eastern Michigan 12 Albion 17. Kalamazoo 14 Allegheny 31, Case Western 0 Alma 13.

Olivet 10 Anderson 38. Manchester 20 AugusUna, S.D. 7, South DakoU 6 Baker 44, Bethel, Kan. 13 Baldwin-Wallace 35, Mount Union 7 Ball SUte 42, Illinois SUte 14 Bethany. Kan.

41. Kansas Weslyn 7 Black Hills SUte 30. DakoU SUte 17 Bowling Green 28, Kent SUte 17 Buena VisU 37, Wartburg 7 Carleton 22, Beloit 6 Central Michigan 31, Northern Illinois 11 Concordia, Morhead 45, Hamline 20 Concordia. Neb. 21.

Doane 19 Cornell, Iowa 37, Ripon 23 Dana 7, Hastings 6 Dayton 36, Evansville 7 Denison 35, Heidelberg 20 Dickinson SUte 42, Chadron SUte 14 Dubuque 24, Central Iowa 7 Evangel 34, Benedictine, Kan. 13 Ferris SUte 19, Hillsdale 0 Friends 30. McPherson 13 Graceland 49, Tarkio 6 Hanover 21. Bluffton 0 Illinois College 66, Iowa Weslyn 13 Illinois Weslyn 14, Wheaton 7 Iowa 58. Northwestern 6 Iowa State 7.

Kansas SUte 3 Jamestown 35. Mayville SUte 7 Kearney SUte 56, Missouri Southern 14 Lakeland 28, Loras 3 Lawrence 13, Monmouth, 111. 7 Long Beach SUte 17. Drake 14 Mankato SUte 41. Bethel.

Minn. 3 Michigan 31. MinnesoU 21 Michigan Tech 26, Bemidji SUte 24 Millikin 37. North Park 22 Milton 49, Concordia, 111. 7 MinnesoU-Duluth 37, SW MinnesoU 0 Minnesota-Morris 27, St.

Cloud SUte. 13 Missouri Valley 21, Cent. Methodist 3 Missouri Western 31, Emporia SUte 14 Moorhead SUte 27, Winona SUte 0 Mount Senario 43, Concordia, SUte 25 Nebraska 42, Kansas 0 North DakoU 14. North DakoU SUte 7 North East Missouri 3. Missouri-Rolls 2 North East Illinois 29, Eureka 7 Northern Iowa 38, Western Illinois 25 North West MinnesoU 27.

North West Wisconsin 7 North West Iowa 43, Northern, S.D. 8 Oberlin 7, Kenyon 3 Ohio University 9. Miami, Ohio 7 Ohio Northern 21. Ohio Weslyn 0 Ohio SUte 47. Indiana Oklahoma SUte 14.

Missouri 13 Otterbein 10. Muskingum 7 Peru SUte 17, Yankton 0 Pittsburg SUte 27, Ft. Hays SUte 26 Purdue 28, Illinois 14 Rose-Hulman 24, Olivet 19 St. Ambrose 42, Grinnell 10 St. John's, Minn.

28, Augsburg 14 St. Joseph, Ind. 28, Butler 23 St. Olaf 18. GusUv Adolphus 15 Saginaw Valley SUte 32.

Grand Valley SUte 24 South DakoU SUte 31, Nebraska-Omaha 14 South East Missouri 31, Central Missouri 15 Southern Illinois 31, WichlU SUte 7 Sterling 20, St. Mary's, Kan. 13 Tabor 28, South West Kansss 21 Toledo 17. Western Michigan 0 Valparaiso 6, DePaw 0 Wabash 29, Washington, Missouri Westmar 30, Sioux Falls SUte 21 William Jewell 44, Ottawa. Kan.

13 William Penn 21, Luther 19 Wisconsin 38. Michigan SUte 29 Wisconsin Eau Claire 24, Wisconatn-Oshkosh 21 Wisconsin-Platteville 34, Wisconsin-Superior 14 Wisconsin River Falls 35, Wisconsin-La Crosse 7 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 34, Wisconsin-Stout 33 Wittenberg 30, Capital 21 Wooster 14, MarietU 6 Youngs town SUte 24, Northern Michigan 23 SOUTHWEST Arkansas 20, Texas Tech 6 Austin College 34. Tarleton SUM 20 Houston 17, Texas AM 14 Southwest Texas SUte 40, Sam Houston SUte 22 Sul Ross SUte 49, Lubbock Chrstlan 0 Texas 16, Oklahoma 7 FAR WEST Brigham Young 48, UUh SUte 24 California 45, Oregon SUte 0 Claremont Mudd 38, San Diego 8 Eastern Washington 24, Hayward SUte 22 Unfleid 21, Whitworth 7 MonUna 28, Idaho SUte 24 MonUna SUte 12, Nevada-Reno 10 MonUna Tech 35, Rocky Mountain 23 New Mexico Highlands 16. Ft. Lewis 0 Notre Dame 36, Air Force 13 Oregon College 35, East Oregon 33 Oregon Tech 35, Central Washington 23 Pacific Lutheran 40, Pacific.

Ore. 7 Puget Sound 26, Southern UUh 13 St. Mary's, Cal. 25. Chico SUte 7 Southern Cal 21, Stanford 21, tie Washington SUte 17, UCLA 14 Western New Mexico 17, Southern Colorado 14 Western SUte 32.

Adams SUte 16 rumors, innuendos or untruths. That is why I feel so personally hurt and troubled at the action taken this weekend by Dr. Miller. "I am told that the reason I am being fired is that Dr. Miller did not believe me when I denied punching Kevin Rutledge at the Washington game last year in Seattle.

"This matter is in litigation, and I expected that Dr. Miller and the university would at least allow me to respond to these charges in court before taking such actions. "I have been given no opportunity to question my accusers." Kush added that he had taken a lie detector test about Rutledge's allegations "and it proved I have been completely truthful." Miller was not immediately available for Schlichter leads Orioles take 3-1 edge fltckJe rout C5 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)- COLUMBUS. Ohio (API- Irish breeze by Air Force, 38-13 Quarterback Art Schlichter, the Big Ten's total offense leader, accounted for 204 yards Saturday, leading eighth-ranked Ohio State to a 47-6 victory over Indiana. The triumph, the Buckeyes' sixth in a row for new coach Earle Bruce, kept the Buckeyes tied for the conference lead with Michigan at 3-0.

The loss knocked the Hoosiers from a share of the top spot and gave Indiana records of 4-2 and 2-1. Schlichter, a sophomore who led the nation's major college passers two weeks ago, completed seven of 12 passes for 136 yards. for Garner to reach second on the play. After pitcher Jim Bibby lined out, Omar Moreno, who had left 11 runners on base in the first two games of the Series, ripped a single to center, scoring Garner for the Pirates' fourth run of the inning. It was Moreno's first RBI of the Series.

The five straight hits was one short of the World Series record for consecutive hits. The Chicago Cubs had six in a row against the Detroit Tigers in the ninth inning of their Series game on Oct. 10, 1908. Most of the Pirates' cushion disappeared in the very next inning when Baltimore came roaring back against Bibby. Leadoff batter Skaggs reached first when Madlock threw badly after making a nice stop on his ground ball.

AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. fAP) Quarterback Rusty Lisch threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score, and running back Vagas Ferguson had a pair of first half TDs as lOth-ranked Notre Dame routed Air Force, 38-13, Saturday. The triumph boosted the Fighting Irish to 4-1 this season, while Air Force dropped to 0-6 and had its losing streak extended to nine games the longest in academy history. Notre Dame put together three sustained scoring marches and capitalized on two Falcon turnovers for another TD and a field goal to roll up a 31-7 halftime edge. Continued from Page Bl over the final two innings to earn the victory in this slugfest which produced 29 hits by the two teams 17 by the Pirates.

The Pirates jumped in front, 4-0, in the second inning with Willie Stargell's homer touching off an avalanche of six hits five of them in a row. Stargell, the 38-year-old captain and leader of his club, sent a 400-foot shot over the center field fence. The Pirates then began shelling Orioles starter Dennis Martinez. After Stargell had taken a hat-tipping bow to answer the cheers of the crowd, John Milner drilled a single to right field. Bill Madlock followed with a ground rule double down the left-field line.

Then Ed Ott smashed another double, this one skipping over the center field fence on one bounce. Ott went into his home run trot on the ball, perhaps engaging in a bit of wishful thinking, before the umpires sent him back to second base. Phil Garner followed with a single for the fifth consecutive Pirate hit. Ott was cut down trying to score but prolonged the rundown long enough INVESTMENT CERTIFICATE INTEREST RATES UNIVERSAL FINANCIAL SERVICES has increased interest rates on all classes of Investment Certificates. Each certificate pays daily interest from day-in to day-out with no penalty or loss of accumulated interest on any withdrawal and NO MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME REQUIRED.

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