The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on October 24, 1971 · 185
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The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma · 185

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THE SUNDAY OKLAHOMAN . ffj Jt October 24, 1971 1 Section D IT'S OU, Golden Greek Recalls Wrestling Glory Days Page 4, Section D 75-28 Pruitt Scoots To 294 Yards ' ' By Kay Soldan Assistant Sports Editor MANHATTAN, K a n, fourth-and-scven, OU line-Greg Pruitt flashed to a backer Mark D r i s c o 1 1 Big;Eight Conference roc- nailed a pass receiver for Ord; rushing total of 294 n seven-yard loss and the yards and Oklahoma's un- Sooners toook possession stoppable offense scored on their 41. touchdowns on 11 of 12 pos- . , , sessions Saturday as the J" af ? u Sooners buried Kansas fo fv'"" ' State, 75-28. croa,sed . lo 21"7' A usovcn-rbkiahoma's awesome yfml gam lhfe b'ggcst K-State's offense also en- Ry Bcl1' joyed a banner day wifh StiJJ not convinced it was all four touchdowns being beaten, Kansas State 'well earned. The Wildcats struck to another touch-loosened the OU defense down which cut the Sooner with early passing and lat- lead to 21-14. This drive ersin the contest they ran found the Wildcats also well,, too. .K-State. quarter- making some r u n n i n g back Dennis M o r r i s o n yardage. Butler, dove over . completed a .school record guard for the final yard; ;, 29 passes. ; : .i? ' " But here came the Soon-: Winning the toss, Kansas ers again. -Eighty yard's State elected to. receive were" chewed up in M' and it- promptly showed plays. Mildren romped 65; the Sooners its intentions. yards foi. an apparent A first down pass was in- touchdown, but a clipping, complete, but- then Wildcat penaltV scr ihc ba bacR.. quarterback Dennis, Morn- ), v'nto ' nn ihn son iircd consecutive corn- next play, Pruitt went 38 piuyoiihoujanaooyains. and ,ho SC0I. was 2S-14. Ihe Do-yarder, caught by John sheley sot up tho Fred Merrill in full stride fm Sooncr louchd6wn, ?,t:thl,'TdulinCl camcd !JJ- with a lunging interception the Oklahoma two. Bill tho 4g Butler crashed over right Tnosc (,s wcro cQvcred guard for the touchdown in four , Lcon Cross. on. the game s fourth play wh, oj 14 pruUt and with , only 51 seconds f, r -y , h d prising i-0 lead. d . i h f to score six touchdowns in rPU , ,,, . ., "as S '? John Carroll! ionVcrslon pc asoin. Bell score. Cry was wide and K-Slate from '' ' still led 7-6 intermission. ,Greg Pruitt, whose first The Sooners had the half total wound up at 187 football first to open the rushing yards in 11 car- second half and, of course, rics, sped 50 yards to thc they quickly scored. With K-State 13 for the key play Pruitt breaking for 18 of, the opening Sooner yards, Mildren for 29 and drive. Jack Mildren scored Everett Marshall for 24, the touchdown from a yard Oklahoma dashed 82 yards out. ' in nine plays. Bell turned 'The Wildcats came back right, end for the touch-throwing again, complet- down from three yards ing tosses of 20 and 18 away lo make the score yards to reach thc Sooner 4S-14. 42.-After picking up a first K-State Immediately down at the OU 32, K-State ,.olcd 7fi vards wUh Qullcr was. halted by a penalty div,nR a'ross tQ cul ,hc for having an illegal re- ga (0 48.2L coiver down field and Sooncrs ran Starting from their 20. toucMown l the Sooners rolled 80 yards JR In right P in six plays to grab the Mildren going the last 42 lead at 14-7. Early in the Prds f 61yard ramb,C drive, tackle Dean Unruh 1,1 four Pla'9' saved the Sooners by re- Shelley's second pass ln-covcring a Mildren fum- torception of the day halt-ble. Mildren had galloped od the next Kansas State 19 yards before losing con- threat after it reached the trol and Unruh won the OU 24. Starting from their scramble for the recovery 29, Oklahoma traveled 71 on the OU 34. After that, yards in seven plays and Joe Wylie flashed 19 yards the bulge now was 01-21. and Pruitt put together This ninth OU touch-successive gainers of 15. down came on a 15-yard P r u i 1 1 s second 15-yard pass from Mildren to ramble with a Mildren chandler, pitch out was good for the Kansas State continued touchdown, the first of (0 rWc 0lrs rio(cnsc ilead. ihrcc he was to score bo- acnos wildcats rolled fore intermission. R9 vard t0 th(?ir fcnir1h Mildren passed to Albert lfm(;hdown Buter getting Chandler for a two-point ., from a vnn, ou, ,0 m;,kp conversion with 7:16 gone the score CIAS in5rSli ino more On Oklnhoma's l,h pos- . . session, Pruitt rubbed out ra?SPL "llPrU" 5; the Bin Kfcht Conference ' ' inrl( sr.isnn rushine rec- ord while the Soonors were surging 70 yards to much-down number It). Bell, with Marshall laying the kev block, romped ttiMOAY home from 11 yards out. It Ihe Oklahoma 29. On TV-Radio Log was Bell fourth touch-flown of the day and the PRO rOOTBAI.l. ,j on Dctivrr t CVrtid. 'till o:4o remaining. f-RV-TV). A fumble by Sooner re- S p.m. Hhnto at Kots tr-es ..lopTe(i the offense Oty, nrf KNW .,r tV (ttfX f;m with 1:T3 fWMXiKIWTRH. t:3ft .m. .rmht'm; at;h-fi$M.HKT-n- (I). Tt .m. Vtv hw n The 2arr!C. Hovevrr. re-.i t-;.-n Cer.tirev .'v ir.'-rrce-p-fii a Under a strong rush from Oklahoma State's Don Geier, Jerry Tagge gets away a pass for Nebraska. ROLL, TOO Nebraska Rips O-State, 41-13 By Volney Mcece Staff Writer STILLWATER Ne- for the Huskers on their raska combined the pass- 30. ng of Jerry Tagge the The Nebraskans scored unning of Jeff Kinney and 10 plays later after having i suffocating defense to made up a 15-yard penalty out Oklahoma State, along the way. Dallas Hosts Patriots To Open New Stadium ftMv KCXTVTV (St. p.m. fVrt ft KHTV fS. T-.r (.. 0 1 WM-TV (li. Weefc' I09 on Pee ' : q1:;. re'por.d-! ,i s4-3r4 vi-'nrirg r.vc m. k '- r-rrasM the wrd 72 Marshall IRVING, Tex. (AP) The flustered Dallas Cowboys celebrate the opening of Texas Stadium Sunday in a National Football League encounter with young New England, and the Super Bowl runners-up hope it marks a return to thc playoff picture. Dallas, upset by New Orleans last week, trails- Foreman Fights Brazilian Pires In Garden Friday NEW YORK (AP) - Unbeaten heavyweight George Foreman will make his ninth appearance in Madison Square Garden Friday night in a scheduled 10-rounder ngaiust Luis Pires of Brazil. Foreman has scored 2S knockouts in winning 31 pio fighls. The 6-4 220-pounder is ranked second in the world by Ring Magazine and the World Boxing Association. He has already won six fights this year. Pires is a rugged o3-yoar-old policeman who has built an 1S-7-1 pro rec- f'i d, v. ith 11 knockouts. Bucyk Fuels Bruins OAKLAND fA Pi Vrt-n.m loft wins Johnny Bu- k vf'red two goal to cad the Ronton Bruins to a 5-1 National Hockey Uague icioiy over the njnlrss California Golden Seals Friday nicht. Washington by two games in the National Conference Eastern Division, and coach Tom Landry says-it's time the Cowboys "started playing as a team." Dallas is 3-2, and the Patriots are 2-3 behind rookie quarterback Jim Plunkett. Some 65,000 fans are expected for the first profes- Auto Wreck Kills Gamecock Gridder SUMMERVILLE. S.C. (AP) Harold William Sedivy Jr., 21. of Summcr-ville, a member of the South Carolina football team, was killed Saturday when his car crashed near Summervillc. Officers said the youth was traveling home for the weekend from Columbia when he apparently went to sleep. The car hit a tree. Sedivy was not a member of the football traveling squad. Pro Matmen Back In Action Friday Pro wrr filing returns lo the International B.'ilding ai ihe in it ground next Friihy .licht. Oct. 29 alter a mcnih's layoff. Hc.iriing Uv rd ill ho han 1'niski .loins' tor-mrr heavyweight champion Dusty Rhodes, a Ions with a t;c-ioa,Ti bont pit-tine Darling D.igmar and Sandy Pa iker against Diamond Li I and Toni Rose. sioinil game in the $25 million structure which features a unique open-air dome. Thc noi-e level in the stadium could give the Patriots a fright. In the North Texas-Louisville college game last Saturday which drew only 12.000 inns, a North Texas assistant coach said he couldn't he;r a player 10 feet away from him on the sidelines because the noise tends to bounce from the roof of tho plaving field. Thc stadium surface is Tartan Turf and a SI. 2 million scoreboad will be on display. Praise has aire a d y poured in for the facility. Tho Rev. Hilly Graham, who held a crusade in the structure in September, said. "This is tho most dramatic stadium I have eer scon and I've boon in great stadiums all over the world. It's more im-pres ie ihan the Astrodome." Art Model!, president of tho Cleveland Browns, said it i "without question the finest football facility in thf country," Quarterback Donor S'.au-bach will cot ;) , all Irom Iw-mdry. whouii1 ;'!l most ' Ihe n . s Craig M o r t or. unrfi r Lmdry-v t wo-.iuartoi hn k system, will ho waiting on ihe beit h if S'auharh can't gel thine movmc against ihe Patriots, who have defeated Oakland and the New York .Iris. Lie Defector Clears Owner NEW YORK (AP) Ralph Wilson Jr., owner of the Buffalo Bills, was absolved Saturday of conduct detrimental to professional football in light of his suspension by tho New York State Racing Commission. The announcement was made by National Football League commissioner Pete Rozelle following an investigation that concluded when Wilson voluntarily submitted to a two-hour lie detector test. "Our investigation confirmed that Wilson unknowingly violated certain racing rules, relative 10 transfer of ownership in horses, and was unaware of ihe background of the individuals with whom he briefly dealt," said Ro.-rilo. "He was not involved in am. way in fraudulent or unethical conduct." Tho niumissim-pr added that a patt of tho polygraph examination. Wilson was asked if he had gambled on professional football games inee becoming a team owner in 1P60. The test confirmod his assurances ho had not. Rozelle said. Brewers' Matchick Traded to Orioles 'rn.v.Ai kli; P.rfw ri lot Torr 41-13. before 37,000 fans at Lewis Field Saturday. Oklahoma State, however, became the first of seven Nebraska victims to score more than one touchdown. The C o w p o k e s crammed two into the last two minutes. Sub Bill Heil-man went over from the one to cap an S2-yard, 14-play drive with 1:52 rc- Miko Feir.co. for-e York Yinkee hit 217 lor Ros hosier. Tagge hit five of five in the air for 48 yards during the drive, capping it with a six-yard shot to Rodgcrs. Sanger kicked it up to 34-0 with 3:54 left, in round No. Nebraska's next touchdown was the afternoon's top spectacular, Rodgcrs returning a punt 92 yards to score, spinning out of at. maining. Only 36 seconds least two major traps en later. O-State had another route. Sanger's conversion touchdown after recovering an on-side kick. Steve Elliot went 21 yards for the touchdown. The Cowboys saddled Nebraska with bad field position early but Jim Anderson's first interception of a Tony Pounds pass plus a personal foul fine on the same play helped the Huskers get out of the hole, as did Jeff Hughes' 51-yard punt: that pinned OSU on its 12. On their next possession, the Huskers pounded 76 yards in nine plays to go in front, 7-0 13:17 into the game. Quarterback Jerry Tagge scrambled for barely the needed yadagc on a third-and-five play from his 29 and the visitors were off to the races as Tagge passed to end Jerry List for 13, Johnny Rodgcrs reversed 16 and Jeff Kinney barrelled 25 to score. Rich Sanger added the first of his three first half conversions. A clipping penally on a punt return stationed State at its 26 early in the second half and then Pounds lost nine trying to pass. On third down, a Pounds pass was tipped by a lineman and intercepted by mon-stcrman Dave Mason, who thundered 27 yards down tho left sideline to score 4:13 into the second period. Jim Bcnicn 's 57-yard punt and a clipping penally put Nebraska on its own 13 next time around but tho Huskers swept Ihe distance in seven plays with the aide of a 15-yard penalty lo make it 21-0 with 6' -minutes left in thc half. The big lick came on a third-and-14 play from the Husker 27. Rodgers made a diving catch of a Tagge pass on his 44 and when Cowboy linebacker Bubba Bain arrived a trifle late to help on the tackle the 15-yard assessment completed a 31-yard advance to State's 42. On 1he next play. Tagge tossed info the wide-open middle to List, who rambled 42 yards to score. Ihe Husker." were repulsed after reaching ihe OSU 42 and 44 l.He in ihe oening half, the second opportunity hoing sot up by Anderson's second interception. Nebraska fumbled awav a chance from State's 45 early in 1he second half but Rodgers' 24-yard punt ninbaok pin the Huskers on the OSU 4S next lime around. Tagge passed to Rodgcrs for 10 and a pass interference call netted 22 yards to the 12, from where Kinney crashed across. San-cer's conversion was wide loft but it was 27-0 with 3: gore. Ai that point. State '-. & : rvn past lis ov,n 1? B r Dick Graham ro-;. i.-c! 'ho ",-i.-tr-r kitkoil .Vi arris to the Hunker .r,d" C I o v c land V.: n ca.ned 13 on tirs! dow -. Two pirns later, r v o- -or. Graham fumhioi aper a shr.n pas cor-.r- ':-and Bill Kosch re,--A .-.! made it 41-0 with the fourth quarter 54 seconds old. Ex-Jet Sued Over Assault AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) -An Austin pizza parlor owner has filad an assault and battery suit against a man he alleges is Mike Battle, former New York Jets' defensive back. In the suit, Richard L. Landwchr seeks actual damages for medical and dental treatment and 510,000 exemplary damages for "malicious and calculated misconduct." Landwehr's suit alleges the assault took place at Big Daddy Pizza on July 4, 1970 when "the defendant and several companions entered . . . and his companions promptly and loudly announced that Battle could whip everyone present." The suit alleges that the "defendant commenced to throw beer on several customers" and also used abusive language. Then, it concludes, "thc defendant set upon a customer whom he proceeded to knock about and beat . . . turned on the plaintiff, knocked the plaintiff to thc floor and started kicking thc plaintiff in the head." Thc complaint further, alleges that the "assault and battery" was "executed .. . in a cold and animalistic manner." Landwchr claimed he suffered a broken nose, a head cut lhat required stitches and other cuts and bruises on his mouth, face, head and body. Battle, a 6-foot-l. 175-pound Southern California product, was punt-return specialist for the Jets who was cut before the 1971 season began. SOUTHWEST SH IS, Texas Tri-h 17 MIDWEST routine (Jrocn 33. Miami, Ohio SOUTH llorlila 27, .Maryland 13 drorcia M. KpnliicK 0 No. Carotin, j, au ferrst i Kirhimffld Jfl, Fnrman 0 rf-orcia Tech 21. Tiitaw 1 Virginia Trch .17, Ohio V 29 W illiam Mary 1J.VMI 7 Woftrd23. Iavinl3 WEST EAST Army 11. Mrjinta 9 Dartmouth 16, Harvard 1? Wfst Vlrctnta , T-m5l SJ RoMon CnHfc in. ritl-hnrsh S Na IV Ihikr It Vmn BS. Tt 1' It ircim U. TV-mlc S.1 ( nmrll XI, 'ar 1ft FRIDAY n t " IS. I Ish Stale 2fl Cofleqe Basketball

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