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Kannapolis, North Carolina
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fÀGl TIM-A four How# New*paper — 'THI DAILY INDEPENDENT—Kannapolis* N. C SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1966 DeArment Guides State To Big 42-21 Victory Defense Sparkles As Tech Drubs Duke , 48 To 7 Linebackers Force Duke Into Errors l^wrence Features 28-3 Win Tar Heels Suffer Loss At Georgia Collins Hot As Terps Trim USC By DAVID M. MOFFIT ATHENS, Ga. (UPI) — Sophomore tailback Kent DURHAM (UPI) — A trusty Lawrence displayed his heralded speed Saturday with a ^ •"--»- i;~ series 0f swift sprints, including two for touchdowns, —Flanker Bobby CollinV caught to lead 14th-ranked Georgia to a 28-3 victory over the one of A1 Pastrana’s two touchdown passes and reeled off crew of Georgia Tech line backers, led by W. J. Blane, blocked a punt and forced .r . r.rnl:na T Uppi«, fumbles that carried undefeated w?rtn Carolina lar Heels COLLEGE PARK, Mtf. CUPI) Tech to a 48-7 win over Duke before 42.000 homecoming fans Saturday. The defense was so deva.stat* First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardaoe Passes Passes Inter by Punls Fumbles test Yards penalised DUKE 10 77 121 11-31 1 •-33 3 3 J* TECH II 73« 66 9-16 3 1-40 6 3 r> Lawrence raced 37 yards with a pitchout in the first period to score the Bulldogs’ first touchdown. In the fourth period, he swept across from five yards Ga First downs 13 Rushing yardage 179 Passing yardage 115 Passes I—14 Passes Intercepted by 4 Punts 6«~36 Fumbles lost 3 Yards penalized 2* N.C. 16-33 2 7—38 1 Î0 ing that Tech's famed offense has to stage only one long out after putting Georgia into drive. Blane and fellow line-! scoring position with a 29-yard backers Billy Schroer and Ran- ,dash. dall Edmunds shattered the The most exciting play of the Duke attack and took the ball game came in the third period away from the Blue Devils re*! when defensive end Larry Kohn peadedly. intercepted a pass at the North Edmunds scored Tech’s sec* Carolina 38-yard line and after ond^ touchdown on the blocked | brcabng iwayjrom would he ih"' op“wsiie'ond of ‘t he'«eld ' North Carolina quarterback injured part of this season, lived up to his pre-season billing Saturday as he picked up 106 yards in 10 carries. The victory, the sixth in seven games for the once-beaten is Bulldogs, counts in the Southeastern Conference standing under a ruling by the conference commissioner and kept Georgia in a tie for the league lead. Georgia and North Carolina each wasted several scoring opportunities, especially in the second period. Happy Dicks of Georgia intercepted a North Carolina pass in his end zone and Gayle Bomar of North Carolina returned the favor with a similar interception at punt. tackier ran 62 yards Tech still showed its offense Georgia touchdown. i 'Poiwt POi,1Pn„j with Lennie Snow gctUnp his At that time the Bulldogs held , jf, r f,.r i h. f.rJi iS 10th touchdown of the year,!a skimpy 7-3 lead with Ihe t,me actlon for ,he ,lrst tlme Bunkey Henry kicking two Tar Heels driving toward an field goals, and defensive back | apparent score of their own. Giles Smith returning a punt Georgia’s fourth touchdown 63 yards for a score Tech came on a three-yard run by quarterback Larry Good, sub- j fullback Ron Jenkins midway bing for injured star Kim King, j during the fourth period, also ran 32 yards for a touch* j North Carolina, plagued all down. since the Notre Dame game but obviously was favoring his injured ankle and had to leave the game again during most of the second half because of it. Talbot* obviously was far below the form that had made him a pre-season candidate for post Wolfpack Overpowers Cavaliers RALEIGH (UPI) - North Carolina State halfback Don Dearment, the leading rusher in the Atlantic Coast Conference, combined with quarterback Charlie Noggle to lead the Wolfpack to a 42-21 victory over Virginia Saturday. Dearment scored twice from the 5-yard line in the first half Finding The Going A Little Tough . . . # n vovnovu v cimuunic iVII UUSl' TLw lnni mint return hv ^'T'T' ¡"tcrceptions sclson honors 1If compl(,te(1 fourth lMM* :*"d °Ihcr ™uld only five of 14 passes and had mmy Brown in the tourin P«r rorf> on a 36.yarcj field goal by (hree intercepted iod set up a touchdown for Ken i bju p0dson early in the second /’ ------ j - -----Bonifay to score from the one yard line. All these scores were sudden strikes either set up by Duke’s mistakes or made on brillant long-range offensive plays. Tech staged only one long march in the classic tradition, a 60-yard drive in the first period Craig down on a four yard run. Duke's only score came in the second period when quarterback Larry Davis guided a 77-yard march and Jay Calabrese scored from the one. Tech’s blitzing defense jarred loose three fumbles and blocked a punt which resulted in a two touchdowns and a field goal in a 17-point second period. Dave Dunaway attempted to punt from a out his 20 and end Tommy Carlisle blocked the punt so hard it bounced straight back into the end zone where Edmunds pounced on it. Schroer recovered a fumble by Jake Devonshire a few plays later and after a short drive. Snow scored from the one. Tech got another fumble but Henry missed a field goal attempt. But as soon as Duke got the ball after that. Ken Chatham fumbled and this time Henry kicked a 37-yard field goal. Henry also kicked five extra points for the day. Independent Georgia Tech has won seven games this year. Duke • ?••—? Tech 7 1» 3 II—41 Scoring: TECM—Baynham 4 run (Henry kick) TECH—Edmunds recovered blocked punt (Henry kick) TECH—Snow t run (Henry kick) TfECH—FG Henry 37 DUKE—Calabrese 1 run (Matheson kick) TECH-PG Henry 23 TECH—Good 32 run (Henry kick) TECH—Smith 63 punt return (Henry kick) TECH -Bonifay 1 tun (Henry kick) A—42.000 period. Lawrence, ☆ who has ☆ ☆ Pajier Say» Hickev Will Leave 11 NC NORFOLK, Va. (UPI) A Norfolk newspaper Saturday said North Carolina football Coach Jim Hickey will leave his current post at the end of the season to become athletic director at the University of Connecticut. The Norfolk Virginian-pilot said Hickey will accept the post at the end of the football year. Officials at the Connecticut school refused to comment on the report and Hickey was in Athens, Ga., where his Tar Heels were playing the University of Georgia. Hickey’s squad is 2-4 for the year and the Tar Heels have a 36-41 record for Hickey’s seasons as head coach. Contacted in Storrs, Conn., University of Connecticut President Homer Babbidgc Jr. said Hickey had not been named atheltic director. “The job has not been offered to anybody yet,” Babbidge said. Georgia intercepted four North ¡Carolina passes in all, two of been them in the second quarter. The first interception, by Dick, ¡came early in the second period after North Carolina had driven all the way to the Georgia geov*r, Pastrana flipped a short three yard line. pass to end Billy Van Heusen, The second came at the Geor- vvho shook one. tackier and gia 36 late in the same period dashed 67 yards into the end and almost led to a Georgia zone|touchdown. The Bulldogs had ; moved deep into North Carolina ¡territory before Botnar’s interception. I Khon’s touchdown run was interception No. three and David McKnight got the fourth one in the fourth quarter to set up Georgia’s fourth touchdown. three long punt returns Satur- Flrst Downs Rushing Yardage Passing yardage Passes Passes Intercepted by Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized day to pace Maryland to a 14-2 victory over South Carolina. The victory kept the Terrapins atop the Atlantic Coast Conference standings with a 4-0 mark. Maryland is 4-2 overall while the loss was the sixth in seven contests for South Carolina under first year coach Paul Dietzel. Collins, who earlier had returned punts for 49 and 34 yards, set up his own touchdown early in the fourth period when he ran 34 yards with a Gamecock punt to the South Carolina 21 yard line. Six plays later, Pastrana hit Collins with „ .. „ nv i n n >> a five-yard scoring pass that apOUS Irdllant \\ (tke r Orest Rally clinched the victory. Maryland fell behind 2-0 in the third period after the two teams had battled through a scoreless first half. Defensive back Bobby Bryant of South Carolina blocked Rick Carlson’s punt from the Maryland end zone to put the Gamecocks on the scoreboard. The Terps finally got rolling pat ™» after Tony Santy picked off a WINSTON • SALEM, (UPI) South Carolina pass deep in — Two Clemson linemen tackled Maryland territory. On the Wake Forest quarterback Ken second play after the chan- Erickson in his own end zone First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes Passes inter, by Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized NC 18 251 49 6-9 3 5-34.8 2 ST. 10 VA 12 121 139 9-24 0 7-37.3 1 50 N. C. State halfback Don DeArment (22) finds the Virginia Cavalier line a little tough as he is stopped by George Stetter (26) and Mai Mac­ Gregor (65) after a short gain. DeArment had a big day, however, as the Wolfpack celebrated homecoming with a resounding 42-21 win. — UPI Telephoto. Tigers Gain Safety In Final 30 Seconds To Shade Deacons Trailing 21-7 going Into the its own 20 after Deacon Chick final period, the Deacons, slight George missed a 45-yard field underdogs, scored on a one-yard goal attempt. On the first play. with 30 seconds left to play Saturday to give the Tigers a 23-21 victory over the Deacons. The fired-up Deacons ___ On the ensuing kickoff, South halted a Clemson drive on their Carolina star halfback Benny Galloway made his second j First downs fumble of the day on his own 22 j*ushinsi yardage Passing yardage Passes Passes Inter by Georgia 7 9 7 14— 28 North Carolina 0 3 0 0—3 j Scoring: GA—Lawrence 27 run (Etter kick) NC—FG Dodson 36 GA—Kohn 62 pass Interception (Etter ^nce kick) GA—Lawrence 5 run (Etter kick) GA—Jenkins 3 run (Etter kick) A—45,321 Colonials Extend Big Spree yard line. Maryland drove to the Carolina two but finally surrendered the ball on downs. 1 The Gamecocks, however, j yards penalized couldn’t move the ball and ----------punted to Collins, who twisted I P'y11 se.ven 34 yards to set up the second !!]!.erCr^Pil°ni Maryland score. South Carolina threatened in the first half when Galloway slanted off tackle and rambled 52 yards before being hauled down on the Maryland 19. But he fumbled the ball WF CLEM 18 15 206 160 187 207 -23 10-22 20 4-37 6-41.5 00 15 51 a pass the first with on ¡play Tiger tackle Wilson Childress and guard James Tompkins dumped Erickson in the end zone for the winning two points. The safety spoiled the Deacons’ last-period effort before a three plays later to thwart the !í°mec,°”Í"g ,.crow.?, ,oi „mor? Tribe Wins Over Keydcts Mountaineers Tie Kentucky drive Bernardo Bramson, Maryland’s placekicker who participated in a soccer match against Penn State in the morning, missed three field goals but converted after both touchdowns. Maryland 0 0 7 7—14 South Carolina 0 0 2 ft— 2 Scoring: SC—Safety (blocked punt out of end zona) Md—Van Heusen 67 pass from Pastrana (Bramson kick) Md—Collins 5 pass from Pastrana (Bramson kick) A—35.400. than 15,000 after Wake Forest tallied two touchdowns and two- point pass conversion to pull to a 21-21 tie. plunge by tailback Andy Heck and a five-yard pass from quarterback Erickson to flanker back Eddie Arrington. After Wake’s first score in the "had fourtil Peri°d an attempted pass for the conversion failed. But after the second touchdown Erickson hit fullback Ken Hauswald for the two-pointer to tie the contest. Clemson scored the first two times it got the ball on a three- yard run by Charlie Hook and a six-yard pass from quarterback Jimmy Addison to end Wayne Bell. Between the two Tiger scores in the first quarter. Wake Forest got a six-yard touchdown pass fc-om Erickson to flanker Eddie Arrington. Clemson’s final score in the first half came with only 26 seconds left in the second period on an 80 yard pass play from Addison to end Edgar McGee. Clemson took over the ball on Mich. State Rolls Again EVANSTON, 111. (UPI) LEXINGTON, Va. (UPI) Junior quarterback Mike Madden tossed for three touchdowns | riin to fiankerback Ned Carr Saturday as William and Mary scored a 22-15 Southern Conference victory over Virginia MU- it-stTV . Madden and Carr teamed for scoring plays of seven, 12 and 47 yards as the Indians droppped the determined Key- dets The win kept alive William and Mary’s hopes for a South era Conference football crown and eliminated any chance of VMI getting a share of the title. VMI scored first when Gary Mackey recovered a William and Mary fumble on the Indians’ 37 in the first quarter. Five plays later star Keydet quarterback Hfl] Ellett went over two yards. After two exchanges of punts William and Mary came back with Madden tossing a seven • yard tally to Carr. Again in the WASH I N G T O N (UPI) — ¡ George Washington blasted, Furman’s upset hopes with a pair of touchdowns within a four-minute span in the second period Saturday and romped to a 49-28 victory, the Colonials*! fourth straight win in the Southern Conference. Two more quick touchdowns, in the fourth period turned the MORGANTOWN, W. Va. game from a close battle into (UPI) — West Virginia sprang a a rout. 5 foot-8, 168-pound untried soph- Glenn Davis, Jimmy Barton, omore quarterback named Pete Steve Molnar and Ralph Flet- Secre? Saturday who led the cher were heroes in George Michigan State’s touted offense Mountaineers to a 14-14 tie with Washington’s best team effort bogged down repeatedly against favored Kentucky of the year. determined Northwestern Satur- Secret. who earned a partial Thc big stars, however, were day, but the No. 2-rated scholarship before the season Furman quarterback Clyde He- Spartans put together three long started, scored West Virginia’s well and end Robbie Hahn, who scoring pushes for a 22-0 win to first touchdown on a one-yard teamed to break two records remain unbeaten after seven and passed six yards to and give the crowd a razzle-! games, wingback Larry Sine to give dazzle performance that includ- It was the Spartans’ fifth win West Virginia a 14-7 halftime ed touchdown passes of 61 and without a loss in Big Ten play lead before a homecoming 81 yards. The second was the and moved them within two crowd of 28.000 fans. longest in Furman history, victories of clinching a second Kentucky scored first early in Hahn broke the conference rec- straight conference title—-a feat the opening period on a 56-yard ord for most yards gained on performed only twice, by Terry Beadles to wingback receptions in a game Mike Seiple pass. yards. 19 '70 206 16-26 1 4-35.5 3 40 19 201 100 7-14 1 6-39.2 1 91 First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes Passes inter, by Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized _ __ Davidson over The Citadel here, 21-17, before a homecoming crowd of 9,200. Poole, a 21-year-old senior from Charlotte, plunged over from the one late in the second quarter and repeated the same type play in the third to put Davidson out front. Early in the last period he hit halfback Greg Cox with a 19- yard pass in the end zone to — 178 Michigan and Ohio State, since I stop a Citadel surge. ' World War II. The Bulldogs of Citadel start- Scores Twice, Passes For Third Poole Paces Davidson To Win Over Citadel DAVIDSON (UPI) —- Quater-|ed moving in the second quar- back Jimmy Poole passed and ter when roverback Ken Brown ran for 256 yards, scoring twice himself and throwing for a third TD Saturday, to personally lead DAVIDSON CITADEL intercepted a pass on the Wildcat 45. Strongback Jim Gahagan capped a 60-yard drive with a 21-yard field goal, his eighth of the season for a new Southern Conference record, to set the score at. 7-3 at the half. The Citadel roared back in the third quarter, scoring first on a 14-yard pass from quarterback Jay Goolsby to end Tommy Moore and a 21-yard pass from alternate quarterback Bill Ogburn to Moore to give the Bulldogs a 17-14 lead. But the Wildcat offense mounted a fourth quarter attack that rolled up 50 yards in six plays for a score. Cox’s pass climaxed the drive and gave Davidson the 21-17 advantage. Addison hit McGee in the clear and the end outran Deacon defenders to the goal line. Most of the third quarter was played in Clemson territory but the Deacons were unable to score. One Deacon drive stalled on the three. The win gave Clemson a 3-0 Atlantic Coast Conference record and a 3-3 overall mark. The defeat left Wake Forest 2-4 in the conference and 2-5 in all games At the end of the game Wake Forest Coach Bill Pate and Clemson Coach Frank Howard resumed tradition by shaking hands in the middle of the field. Last year, when Clemson won, Pate did not go to the center of the field and the incident started a feud between the two coaches. Coach Tate praised the Deacons’ “Great Effort” in the second half. Tate was critical of an official’s action in Clemson’s 80 yard TD play. The incident Tate was speaking of came when an official and defensive back Digit Lotheridge collided and went down, leaving the Clemson re ceiver open. Tate called it “a critical play” and said the incident caused the Deacons the touchdown. Clemson Coach Frank Howard said “There ain’t no satisfaction in this victory. I am thankful as I can possibly be about this win. We didn’t do much the second half. We got nothing at all out oi the defense. Wake Forest 7 0 0 14—11 Clemson 14 7 0 2—23 Scoring: CLEM-Hook 3 run (Barfield kick) WFC—Arrington 6 pass from Erickson (George kick) CLEM—Bell 5 pass from Addison (Barfield kick) CLEM—McGee 80 pass from Addison (Barfield kick) WFC—Heck 1 run (pass failed) WFC—Arrington 5 pass from Erickson (Erickson pass to Hauswald) CLEM—Safety (Erickson tackled In end zone) A—15,700. Score by quarters: — Irish Overpower Middies By 31*7 Margin — Notre Dame’s Defense Helps Sluggish Offense Grind Out Easy Win Over Navy Davidson Citadel 7 14 7—21 0—17 Pirates Lose At Illinois CARBONDALE, 111. (UPI) Southern Illinois exploded for a — er and sophomore Bob Gladieux ground today. They gained 46 in the first period and when the n point fourth quarter with de- rwho replaced the bruised Nick the air compared to the 222- ¡Middie^dug m, Amro booted touchdown runs of 35 and 2 yards | noir Rhyne on a 10-yard run be- Bears Suffer 28-14 Setback HICKORY (UPI) - Carson- Newman quarterback Dale Rutherford raced for two touchdowns Saturday in leading the Eagles to a 28-14 win over Lenoir Rhyne. Reserve quarterback Rick Ford got the Eagles started in the first quarter, passing 44 yards to halfback Ron Medlin. Rutherford followed up with a seven-yard scoring run. Wingback Mike Campbell got the initial touchdown for Le for'another ^Not^fme” “Sst string ‘cffiÄ from the by Hill WUilams and a 23-yard fore the quarter ended Joe Azzaro contributed a 42- defensive unit effectively tied j seven on the first play of the field goal by Tim Kelly in a 31-1 Larry Hester raced 32 yards First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes Passes intercepted by Punts Fumbles lost Navy 5 36 28 $-14 2 §—48 0 13.5 up Navy, w*hich got past the 50- second period to give Notre 13 romp over East Carolina Sat> yard line only twice. Dame its 10-0 halftime lead. |urday. son-Newman ahead 21-7 at the ! half. PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Notre Dame’s dedicated fense, glow mg with three interceptions by linebacker John Pergine, throttled Navy Satur- second quarter Madden found day and helped a sluggish Irish Carr in the end zone for a 12*; offense carve out a 31-7 victory yard score Both times senior over the Middies Donnie McQuire kicked the Pergine set up two Irish point after. touchdowns and came close to In the fourth period, VMI setting up a ;hird when he pounded on a bad William and returned a theft 27 yards to the Yiirds'panaHMd Mary pass from center on the Navy 15 |— - — _____________________________________________ VMI 33-yard line. The offense failed to capita- yard field goal for the first and threw himself into the end yard return set up Gradiuex’ in the second quarter on runs the fourth quarter on a three- The Keydets drove for the lize on that opportunity, hut in Notre Dame score in the opning zone. later score from the one. of 3 yards by Jim rlowe and yard run by Rutherford, score with Ellett hurling a 24- between, shook the effects of a period. The touchdowns all A sun-drenched crowd of After Navy’s score on the 35 yards by Jim Bridger. Frankie Wright, former South yard touchdown pass play to letdown from the outstanding came from short distances after 70,101, the biggest to see the blocked kick, the Irish moved Eastern Carolina from Green- Rowan star, was one of the de- halfback Frank Easterly. Ellett victory over Oklahoma a week sustained drives. teams play in Philadelphia, saw the length of the field in a ville, N. C., leads the Southern fensive standouts for Carson- tossed to end John Hinge for a ago to send quarterback Terry The Irish, who rushed for the Irish begin their scoring flashy manner with Hanratty; conference with a 3-3-1 record. Newman as he intercepted one two poiot conversion and VMI Hanratty over for two touch- 1,042 yards in their first five when Tom Schoen returned a sweeping over from the six for SIU, playing as an independent, I pass and blocked a Lenoir .eo 15-14, downs* Larry Conjar tot anoth- games* ran for 281 on the punt 16 yards to the Navy 47 m the final score. j also has a 3-3-1 record. j Rhyne punt. NO 22 ' It was the Navy defense Hanratty’s two important six J «’which gave the Middies their yard stabs kept a 51-yard Charles Pemoerton of SIU Lenoir Rhyne narrowed the 4 * lone score when Jon Bergner march alive in the third period scored touchdowns in the first gap in the third period before 4 raced through to block a punt and the quarterback went over and third quarters and picked its homecoming crowd on an • u., ____________ t ________-------------if un 148 vards in 27 'arriAS fnr RO-varri nass frnm Jark Huss tn 4-32 deep in Notre Dame territory in from the one to widen it to 17 0 . | up 148 yards in 27 carries for 80-yard pass from Jack Huss to 35 the fourth period and then Pergine’s third interception for the day. Mike Campbell. Carson-New- gathered in the ball on the three a season total of five and his 14- East Carolina’s scores came man closed out the scoring in , — j — j return set up Gradiuex’ and with Noggle, who bulled his way like a fullback, made it a happy homecoming game before 28,000 screaming fans. It was the first time State had won a game in its new stadium in three appearances this year and the most points the Wolf­ pack had ever scored against Virginia. Other State TDs Reserve Wolfpack Quarterback Jim Donnan netted one touchdown from one yard out in the second quarter; wingback Gar/ Rowe contributed another from three out and defensive back Greg Williams added another with a 24-yard interception of a Bob Davis pass. Settle Dockery scored the final time for State from the one inch line. Virginia struck through the air for two of its touchdowns, on 20-yard and 41-yard passes from Davis to end Ned Carrington. The final Virginia score came on a 11-yard run by Stan Kemp. The Wolfpack, fired up after upsetting Duke last week, took its first possession 53 yards in eight plays for the first touchdown with Dearment carrying the ball across. The halfback and Noggle alternated in the march down the field. Shortly before the first half ended, Noggle fumbled on his own 15 and Virginia’s Joe Hoppe passed 20 yards to Carrington for the Cavalier score. Dearment and Noggle struck again with 8:06 left in the first half when Dearment crashed over again from the five. Then, shortly before the half ended, Donnan drove the Wolfpack 76 yards in 11 plays, going across himself from the one. With just 1:46 left in the half, Davis tried to ignite his team and marched them from the Virginia 35 to the State 19. With eight seconds left, Davis passed perfectly into the hands of tailback Frank Quayle in the end zone, but Quayle dropped the ball. In the second half, the Wolf- pack was stung when Davis passed for 41 yards to Carrington for the second Cavalier touchdown. Noggle and Dearment promptly led their team 43 yards in nine plays for a matching touchdown. Rowe went the final three yards. After the kickoff, Quayle went for four yards and Davis, after failing to gain on the ground, passed into Williams’ arms for the State linterception. Williams streaked 24 yards for the score. After that, State Coach Earle Edwards put in the reserves and Dockery and Leon Mason took the Wolfpack 53 yards in 13 Plays for the last State score. The last Cavalier tally came on Kemp’s 11-yard run within seconds of the game’s end. Wolfpack defenders Dennis Byrd and Chuck Amato contributed greatly to State’s victory. Both harassed Davis all day and prevented the Cavaliers from ever moving into a position to become a threat. It was the third win against four losses for State and Virginia’s fifth loss in seven games. Virginia oenalties contributed to the Cavalier woes, putting the team in the hole when they could least afford it. Most of the Virginia penalties were only for five yards, for illegal procedure, but a number came at critical points for the Cavaliers. The Wolfpack more than doubled the Virginia yardage on the ground and this was the mainstay of the State attack, well-used State scoring also enabled the Wolf- pack to use un time and keep the ball out of Davis’ hands. Although Davis only completed nine of 24 passes, more fault should be directed at his receivers than his passing. Quayle, besides the one dropped pass which looked like a sure touchdown at the end of the first half missed two other passes m the early moments of the initial period. He was not the only one who bobbled a Davis pass, however. Davis, however, contributed to his own troubles by passing nXes into enemy hands and the CavaHer5 also lost one fumble. State lost two, but neither Noggle, Donnan nor Klebe threw an interception NC STATE 7 14 li 7 "SKE ’»> ™ iasrK!>{ «s? firinffa» m 5 run (Deters kick) NCS-Donnan l run (Deters kick) kicIO t0n 41 P8SS fr°m Davis , J|Sf'Rowe 3 r<->n (Deters kick! kick) * 24 PSSS interception (Deter* j NCS-Dockery 5 run (Warren kick» j Va-Kemp li run (Hill kick) i A • 28,009 The drives

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