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The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma • 32

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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w. THE SUNDAY OKLAHOMAN Sport Nw I Huskies Repel Oregon State Surge, 28-21 SEATTLE (AP) Wah. OLE MISS EKES ington rallied In the second halt Saturday to beat Oregon State, 28-21, In a Pacific Athletic Conference game. BY TENNESSEE Huskers Edge Pokes, 21-17, In Wild Finish CONTIHUIO MOM PAOI ONB with Durkec's long field goal to squeeze the Corn-husker margin to 14-10, perfect itrategy if the Cowboys could have put the brakes on Nebraska at the close. As for their own cause, they had themselves gauged correctly.

A crazily-bounclng punt by Kirkland opened the gates for State as the Husker boot took reverse english, spinning back toward the Nebraska goal and covering only 12 yards before stopping on the NU Quarterback Paul Broth ers used a pltchout to halfback Bob Grim to stack up yardage in the Beavers three second quarter touch Vols Prep Parade down drives. Washington finally clinched it with a goal-line fV MEMPHIS (AP Ten- stand in the closing minutes. Oregon State, trailing by seven points with 3 min RAY SOLDAN utes left, was stopped at the Aemefc-lost its lucky charm Saturday and Mississippi Washington one when Steve Hinds and Tom Greenlee smashed back a fourth-down effort by Peter Pifer. knocked the Vols from the unbeaten ranks, 14-13, bc-hfnri cOpkie quarterback Joo his fisst play, Tennes see Charles SJL ft" TPh OSU Schwefr 4 pass Irom Brotneri Hos8-Per run (Hagoard klekj OSU-PlIff 1 run iHaggerd kick! rUnn Attendance 53.500. DEFENSE FUELS CAL BY OREGON TinnTr AMD Ore.

(AP) The field goal enjoying Its all-time peak as an Oklahoma high school scoring weapon won district championships for Seminole and Snyder Friday and gave Del City a season-leveling victory over highly-regarded Still- WatSeminole, rebounding from last year's 0-10 disaster which included a 98-0 beating, won the District 6-A flag by shading Wewoka, 16-14, on a fourth-quarter three-pointer by Harry Walker. Walker's kick wiped out a Wewoka lead of 14-13 and prevented Henryetta from making away with the 6-A playoff spot. Walker's place-kicking had provided an Fuftbn ''gained an unlucky 13 California's defensive unit overcame mud. rain and three pass interference calls for a 24-0 Pacific Athletic hobbled from the fielcr with a bruisea loot S-Art that, Tennessee played well but Ole Miss just Conference victory over ure-gon Saturday. TU- Jnrnncil'O Unit SOt UD a Nebraska defender Marv Mueller bats a pass away from Tony Sellari in end zone.

field goal and a touchdown haerbetter stun, chiefly irom disidvering that Graves had thespark the Rebels lacked Playoff Slafe in the first halt wnen me intensive unit seemed power Is Week's Games all season. Graves piled up big yard less. CLASS AAA ae "running and throwing Trojans Blank Pitt p.m. Ha-lfback Bob Smith provided the most spectacular a and arld'had the big play tht Xi (Ml at Norllwait (4-J-l), running 90 yards to the Ore nally broke the game open. It-was eight-yard gainer to he one-foot marker when (7-3), Fr Game In Figures T.n.e; ANOET.ES (AP) Waltera (4-J-l) gon five.

lilt:" Cs FG Sinclair 3 the Rebels faced a fourth Halfback Mike Garrett awi-ne situation in the last RiHh.insi Strove (-J)0'it" Btlhnv (4-1 "ffli'ltr (10-0) if Mdlll (1-5 C'wantr (1-3) it Vlan (7-3-1; scored three touchdowns and i-ncVioH fnr 156 vards as quarter. (Sinclair Friday, Southern California shut out Pittsburgh, 28-0, in Memon- On the next play tailback Mike" Dennis scored and Jimmy. Keyes' point after jiufc. Tennessee behind for the sl Coliseum Saturday. the Trojans 78 yards to their Tha vii-trvrv Inft Southern first time this season first touchdown.

It required Cal with a season record of carried the ball 10 times for 56 yards. Southern Cal cracked a quick touchdown in the second period when Adrian Young fell on the ball on the Panther's seven after quarterback Kenny Lucas fumbled on a pass attempt. Garrett swept around left end on the first play and the Trojans led at halftime, 14-0. It was Garrett again in the third quarter when the Trojans marched 66 yards in 10 plays. Garrett carried the ball seven times for 48 yards.

MlMlMlpirt 0 16 plays in which Garrett Wo -Timn Mitchell 1 run (LeaK 6-1-1 and set: the stage for its big game with UCLA for the Rose Bowl bid next Satur Hominy (10-0) vj. Newklrk (-J), un-d at Blxby I1O-0), Friday, I Selling (io-0)CaLtAHookar (5-3-1), unde-ClGafber at Wakita (4-4), Friday, Jsnytler (9-1) at Thomai (4-5), unde- Temple (9-0) at Rush Springe (8-1-1), Butnor (4-3) at Ardmora Douglass (7- Weleetka' (lO-o') at McAlestor L'Ouvar-ture (7-1), Thunday or Saturday, I "'Sarnidall (H-l) at Perkins (7-3), at Salln CM). Friday, Marshall (9-of'vV at neutral tile, undecided. Games Nov. 25-27 CLASS AAA day.

OCU's Pre-Season Scrimmage Slated Oklahoma City University will stage its annual open-to-the-pubiic pre-season basketball scrimmage at 7:30 p.m. Monday in Fredcrickson Field House. The game will be broadcast over radio station K.IEM-FM, which also will carry all of the Chiefs' regular-season contests except those on the trip to Hawaii in February. was the seventh loss for AAlisOonnlj 1 run (Kevaj kick) 0.18l. rSolunar Tables MJav Mirror Mlor Minor Mlo fe'iss Hi! In Wolneday, 1:15 3:00 7:: ii 4 Friday 1:40 IU0 4 This was just what the doctor ordered as far as the game-to-the-end Cowboys were concerned.

Garrison exploded for 10 yards and the Orangemen were off to the races. Six plays and one penalty later the Cowpokes had Lewis Field in an uproar, back in front by 17-14. Baxter and Garrison kept up a full head of steam and another quirk of fate came at the 13 where the Pokes readied themselves for another field goal try. But a Cornhusker jumped offsides. Nebraska was penalized to its eight and Baxter banged in from three yards on State's second try.

Durkee's kick was true and visions of a classic triumph danced in the eyes of the Cowboys and their vociferous backers. State owned an almost unbelievable 17-14 lead over one of America's powers and there was 5:19 to play. But one saving factor for Nebraska, it rattles not under any circumstances. Grimly, hut calmly and with poise, it belted out 75 yards from kickoff to meet out the bitter taste of last minute defeat to the Cowboys, who played so much better than anyone had any right to expect. The big efforts were two 11-yard passes by Duda to Wilson and Dennis Rich-nafsky, and a 12-yard swing around the left side by Wilson behind typical, pile-driving Husker blocking.

Nebraska, on one of Duda's passes, also drew a big lift from a Cowboy personal foul which carried In Ihe 14-yarrl line. Nebraska kept: its head, the ball and Ihe hard-earned victory in a mad dash with the clock. Pete Tnlmnn lugged over the winning score from the two and Ihe unerring Wachhollz kicked the final point of the wild 21-17 game. With the Huskers set up against, passes and 38 seconds left, Garrison surprised with his two trips down the middle that totaled 44 yards. ew EiTJTCon Pitt.

Louisville Wins DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Louisville, shut out 10-0 in the first half, wrapped up all its scoring in the last two quarters on the passing of Denny Russell and the running of Al MacFarlane for a 32-17 victory over Drake Tho hnavilv-favnred Tro jans, performing before 339, set the pattern tne Lawton (7-3) at Enid (B-l) or Midwest use game after taking the opening kickoff. earlier 21-20 victory over Central on three successful conversions. Snyder and Ione Wolf met in the District 6-C showdown and a wild affair it was, finally being settled 31-30 in Snyder's favor on a field goal with 15 seconds remaining. Del City beat the clock by nine seconds to nip Stillwater, 15-14, on a 22-yard field goal by Gene Gibbons. It let Del finish a comeback from winless 1964 with a 5-5 record, including victories over Ada and Stillwater, two of the five remaining challengers for the state AA title.

Midwest City, ranked No. 1 in Class AAA, lost four fumbles deep in its territory in the first 15 minutes, turned back Spartan bids after two of the bobbles, then rallied for a 33-18 victory. Midwest City now meets Enid at Midwest City next weekend for the District 1-AAA championship and a shot at Lawton in the first round of Ihe slate playoffs. Enid riddled 1he Bombers, 29-7, in a similar title clash last year, lhcn won the stale championship. Midwest City pinned Enid with its only loss this season, winning fi-0 In mid-October at Enid.

Nailing down playoff berths Friday were Ada in AA, Seminole and Broken Bow in Carnegie, Wallers, Stroud, Vian, Hominy and Bixby in Hooker, Wakita, Snyder, Butner, Ardmore Douglass and Mc-AlBster L'Ouverture in and Balko in eight-man. Ada made a shambles of the 3-AA showdown with McAIester, the pre-soason Ponca Cliy (S-2). iy loioo ths 10:: co Football (4-3-1) The 189-pound Garrett led Lain (4-M). CLASS AA THE OPPORTUNITIES DON'T COME ANY BIGGER Broken Arrow (8-1 CLAS bastbrn division -l) at Guymon 'poVeau (SW" 0r UCLA Sophomore Smashes Stanford ash that capped a 58-yard STANFORD, Calif. (AP) UCLA super-sophomore drive which took only seven Gary Bcban ran for two touchdowns, passed for one and set.

up the other Satur- plays. Behan ran for 22 yards and hit Farr with a pas for 26 during the advance. The Uclans racked up hnadcjphja TlfcS 'V'siau I BBSmS NDA vjs GAMES yftMJfjcltjo Detroit. Vfijij 1 "'A merfraui League lltgtmmm iBASTERN DIVISION ESTERN DIVISION SUNDAY'S OAMES San Dloop Kamai Cltv, 1:30 p.rr r. SSSISSS: their third Pacific Athletic Conference victory and put.

their overall record at 6-1-1 7 7 4-30 Stanford UCLA-FG Zlmm UCLA-Btban I UCLA-Farr pi day in whipping Stanford, 30. 13, and moving Ihe Bruins UCLA-Del SEE THE LOCKHEED-GEORGIA CLASSIFIED AD AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER inio a showdown for the Rose Bowl bid. The 19-year-old quarter Attendance 70,500, back from nearby Redwood City scored on runs of 14 and four yards and passed five Prep Scoreboard MR. MAN Expert will demonstrate how to wear an undetectable hcair piece without embarrassment In Mel Farr Tor another on this rainy afternoon. Fair also scored tho last.

Chorpkoo 43, Medlord touchdown on a one-yard state favorite. Tt was 34-0 at halftime and Ada wound up on lop 17-1 In first downs as the defending state champions indicated thai they fully intend to re-Broken Row won 33-2!) Ihrillor from arch-rival Idnhel for Ihe 5-A crown. The Savages trailed 15-7 at halftime, but an 18-0 thirrl-quartor advantage gave Ihem a lead they never lost. The District 8-A race ended in a three-way title tie when Dewey outlasted Nowata, 21-20. Representatives of those two schools will huddle with Vinila at 2 p.m.

Sunday at. Nowata to toss the coin which will decide the district playoff reprosonlalive. Wakita (S-C) mid McAIester IOtiverlure (11-C) won similar coin losses Friday lo qualify for Ihe post season eliminations. Wakita had deadlocked Bramnn and Cherokee. finished In a knot with Panama and Savanna.

Carnegie trimmed Apache, 31 -R, for ihe 4-B title, Wallers snuffed off Velmn-Alma hopes in fi-B with a 19-14 decision over Comnnche. Wallers trailed 14-7 before pulling II; nut with 12 points In Ihe fourth qimrlor, Stroud (8-B) enmo from behind in the fourth quarter to nip Chandler, 22-16, In a winner-lake-all mnlch. In other clashes in which the playoff spot went In the winner, Vian (11-C) dumped Sequoyah, 20-fi; Hominy; (13-B) whipped Drumrlsht, 28-S; and Blxby (15-B) toppled Jenks, Itesdn BramSn 44. Pond Crfrk rinrber 45, Okor-nn 12. Hnrrnh Crnstfnt M.

Pass Receiving Yds I WWo M.DjUrnj Plat LawJoySI. Mary's 7, Fori Hoaldton 3" Wilson 0, Rush Sprlnos 50, Cyril 14. Cordnll Tlnltm 32. Snyder 31, Lona Woll 30. Rush Springs JO, Cyril 14.

Wyno, Konnwa.p. Mlneo J4. Porjtlns II. Av Vr VS. fioyd Palienon VplmaAlmn 33.

Rlnallng 38, Wilson p. Waurlka 55. Big Pasture 4. Fox 90. Tishomingo 0.

K' an. Tuiia eit 34, MuiKneee Ponca City 9, BlacKwell Norman If. Jjjjii H.I. I. 8 Ponca' Clly 49, BUckwell Ardmora Douglosi 4.

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