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EAST OF LINCOLN omecoming Friday night By AL RIDDINGTON Sports Editor, Daily Sun Beatrice High is all set for Homecoming here Friday night when the Orangemen entertain the invading Spartans from East High in Lincoln. Kickoff Is set for 7:30 p.m. Queen candidates are: Cheryl Brolhorst, Barb Smethers, Jea-, nette Fossler, . Judy Dell, and I Kim Noakes. Escorts are athletes Jim Bauman, Jerry Kerl, Scott Robertson, Chuck Jones, and Jim Fisher. "Bab Starr's Orangemen are f res-h off a 40-6 victory over Fairbury last week, while Lee Zentic's Spartans are expected Huskers Missouri 'club, says Devine By ROBERT MOORE "We'll have to play above our capabilities against Nebraska." . . This is the way Missouri Coaoh Dan. Devine views Saturday's Big Eight Conference foot- , ball headliner between the Tigers and Nebraska Cornhuskers at Lincoln, Neb. . "We could improve as much this week as we did last, and it probably wouldn't be enough," Devine says. "We aren't as strong defensively as Nebraska. With the exception of our two "big "running" backsr we" don't have the size offensively." " The" two big running backs Devine-referred to are Joe Moore and James Harrison. Missouri did show vast improvement last week when the Tigers opened their Big Eight campaign by routing Oklahoma State 40-20. The previous Saturday, the Bengals had looked extremely ragged and lost by 37-14 to Air Force. Missouri won its first two games, thrashing Baylor 38-0 and Minnesota 34-12. "We were better, much better, against Oklahoma State," De- Although the World Series opens Saturday,- it -is doubtful If baseball's big attraction will steal much attention from college football, especially where Big Eight fans are. concerned. While Oklahoma and Oklahoma State step outside loop play, the remaining six teams "have at it". Top billing pointr to nationally "ranked "Nebraska entertaining Missouri at Lincoln. The sports editor's Power Index has Nebraska less than a TD favorite, but the Huskers could enlarge on this. Kansas State gets a narrow nod over arch-rival Kansas U, and Colorado is a solid choice over Iowa State. The Oklahoma-Texas game will be telecast nationally, with the Longhorns inrtalled as a two-touchdown choice. s. No. 1 in the AP poll, Ohio State, is expected to roll past Michigan State, and No. 3 Notre Dame will conquer Army by a large margin. On the West Coast, Stanford and Southern Cal tangle with the edge going to Sou CaL All other teams in the Top 10 are expected to notch wins, with the close one, as mentioned,: being between .Sou Cal and Stanford. . N inth .ranked Auburn is and Arkansas should. name the score over Baylor. In a rival battle, expected to go down to the wire, Texas Tech is given a sliRhLedgeoverTexas A-M. Following ls the complete Power Index on Saturday's college action: " HOME TEAM (Power Rating) Colorado (106.5) Kansas St. (99.9) Nebraska (116.0) . Okla. State (95.0) Texas (117.0) TV VISITOR (Power Rating) BIG EIGHT Iowa State (92.5) Kansas U (96.5W Missouri (111.6) T.C.U. (90.0) Oklahoma (104.0) BIG TEN Iowa (94.2) Wisconsin (96,0) Wisconsin (1.8) """ Michigan Srr19l.5) Ofrkr-StateIl8.0 -Ohio State (26.5X Minnesota: (98.4) Indiana (94.7) Minnesota (3.7) - N'Western (94.0); Illinois (95.0) . Illinois (1.0) OTHERS Notre Dame 117,5-Army-(86.3t Stanford (113.0) Air Force (115.0) Alabama (107.0) Arkansas (114.8) Ariz. State (109.4) N Boston Col. (91.4) Clemson (90.0) Florida St. (8S.9) Georgia (98.5) Ga. Tech (110.5) Kentucky (102.8) N L.S.U. (106.0) N Miss. State (101.6) N.Carolina (108.5) Oregon St. (105.0) Sou. Cal. Tulane (96.0) Vanderbilt (96.1) Baylor (88.0) Wash. State (88.1) Penn State (101.0) Auburn (114.0) Florida (103.4) Mississippi (115.2) Tennessee (109.0). Utah State (93.6) Pacific (80.0) Houston (103.5) S.Carolina (100.4) Utah (88.8) San Diego St. (110.0) rsou. miss, Texas AM (102.0) Tex. Tech UCLA (112.0) 'W.Virginia (111.0) , Columbia (83.0) Yale (90.0) 'Dartmouth (94.0) Cornell (84.2) Oregon (95.2) Duke (94.2) Harvard (84.0) Brown (81.2) Princeton (85.7) Penn (83.8) Murtauqh among those nominated KANSAS CITY (AP) - The District 5 AU-American Selection Board took a long, hard look today at performances of all area players in games played so far and nominated 11 players for consideration for the . AU-American team that will be selected early in December. Missouri tailback Joe Moore and Colorado defensive - end Herb Orvis got the biggest support from the four-member se- ; lectioq board. . ' The other payers nominated INVADES BEATRICE to have their forces re-mustered after a 6-0 loss to Lincoln High. ' The Links struck on a 53-yard aerial bomb for the victory with less than a minute left in the game. Meanwhile, BHS followers were getting a. neap of thrills at Fairbury, especially from the Orange and Black defense. Linemen Bill Armstrong and John Plucknett each scored a touchdown on a blocked punt, and fans saw QB Scott Robertson and wide receiver Dave Maurstad team up to turn, in a trio of aerials that . accounted for nearly 130 yards. are stronger vine said after the game with theCowboys.'1 was sure we would be. But we have a way to goIn many ways, we're still inexperienced." Placekicker Jack Bastable kicked four field goals against Oklahoma State, meaning the Tigers got within striking distance of the Cowboy goal often but had to settle, for field goals. On another occasion, Missouri had a first down on the Oklahoma State two with 18 seconds left but didn't even get a field goal. ""That was the - poorest - goal line series .by., any team I've ever cocahed," Devine said "but there was a reason poor execution by a number of people, poor blocking by a number of people. This is the kind of thing we can't do against a team like Nebraska." - Devine says Coach Bob Dei vaney's Cornhuskers "put a ldt of heat on you, spread you out with their power running, and their good passing. Nebraska hurts you many ways, pressures you many ways. ' "This may be the' best team What Else But Sports By AL RIDDINGTON-Daily Sun Sports Editor expected to Dreeze Dy uemson, FAVORITE : : (Point Spread) Colorado (14.0) Kansas St. (3.4) Nebraska (4.4) Okla. State (5.0) Texas (13.0) Jtotre Dame (31.2) Sou. Cal (3.4) Air Force (19 0) Alabama (10.9) -Arkansas (26.8) Ariz. State (27.3) Penn State (9.6) Auburn (24.0) Florida (16.5) Ole Miss (16.7) Ga7Tech (1.5) Kentucky (9.2) LSU (26.0) Houston (1.9) N.Car. (8.1) Ore. State (16.2) S.D.State (16.6) Tex. Tech (1.0) UCLA (16.8) W.Virginia (16.8) Harvard (1.0) Yale (8.8) Dartmouth (8.3) Cornell (0.4) (116.4) kss.d (103.0) are offensive tacwe Larron Jackson and defensive tackle Rocky Wallace, both of Missouri; offensive center Don Popp-lewell of Colorado: safety Tony Washington and kicker Reggie Shoemake, both of Iowa State. And split end Hermann Eben of Oklahoma State, quarterback Lynn Dickey of Kansas State, running back John Riggins of Kansas and linebacker Jerry Murtaugh of Nebraska. Other nominations will be made as the season progresses. And, aerials may well play an Important role in Friday night's clash. BHS' followers, as mentioned, know the Orangemen are capable of launching a dandy air attack. Although he wasn't too successful against Lincoln High, Spartan QB Scott Copple likes to take to the air. Termed as a "junior passing whiz", Copple took to the air 24 time against the Links, but could hit on only six. Expected to carry the brunt of East's ground game .will be Marty Reighard. "The Spartans are much better than the 6-0 loss indicates," warns BHS Coach Starr. He points out that East spent a Devaney has had. They seem to have everything. I hope our de-fensecan keep ft-close-enough so that our offense can win it. "I hope it will be a low socr-ing game. I don't think we can outscore them in any kind, of three or four-touchdown race. The Cornhuskers are undefeat ed and tied Southern California 21-21. They have beaten Wake Forest 36-12, Army 28-0 and last Saturday spanked Minnesota 35-10 almost by the identical score by which Missouri defeated the Big Ten Conference Gophers. -Nebraska will need to concentrate on stopping the running of Moore, who has rushed lot 604 yards on 123 carries, "good enough to make him No.' 1 in the Big Eight rushing department. Moore has scored six touchdowns. Too, Mike Farmer, certain to beMissouri's quarterback against the Cornhuskers, has completed 17 of 44 passes for 238 yards, not sensational by any means, but he also has picked up 189 yards on 41 carries. Missouri and Nebraska shared the' Big Eight championship in 1969. Foreman team wins last shoot At Beatrice Gun Club last night, Bill Foreman's team won the final team shoot of the season. Foreman's team nosed out Don Pillow's. 188-187, Members of Foreman's team, in addition to sponsor Bill-Foremen, are: mWayne Hoefling. - Carl Wylie, Bob Norton, and Lou Hethering-ton. . J. W. Lawler had high gun of 44 x 50 for individual honors. There Is plenty of action on tap at Beatrice Gun Club for this Sunday. At 10 a. m., Sunday morning the 5-Star League Shoot between East and West Division teams will be held. Also on Sunday there will be a non-registered shoot. John F. Simpson to pull for son LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - It was just four years ago that John F. Simpson drove Ayres to the coveted triple crown for har- ness racing trotters, winning the Yonkers Futurityrthe Hamble - 1 tonian and the Kentucky Futuri ty. Simpson will be on the side lines Friday, but he will be waft3iihg'TWs 'son, TofiS"' Jr-TTry' to annex a second triple crown jewel for Ayres' son, Timethy T. Already a winner in the Ham-bletonian, Timethy T. is the heavy favorite in the 70th Futurity here, the richest in the history of the race if all 12 starters face the gate. High School Football Columbus Scotus 30, Wahoo Neumann 0 Elgin Pope John 16, Norfolk Catholic 0 The East Gate Coliseum team from Cleveland, Ohio, rolled the highest bowling team game of the 1970 ABC, an 1132. Sunrise and sunset houis for hunting Following are sunrise and sunset times which are provided for Beatrice area hunters. Shooting hours listed are ' for this immediate area, and for each 13 miles west of Beatrice, add one minute; and for each 13 miles east, subtract a minute. Date Oct. Oct. 10 Oct 11 Sunrise 7:31 Sunset 6:56 J: 55 6:53 7:32 7:S3 Oct. 12 7:J4 6 1:52 hectic night by fumbling away numerous chances. "If , the Spartans stay away from mistakes Friday night, we'll have our hands full," he added. .Around the area, two state-rated clubs will also be observing Homecoming Odell and Adams, 8-man powers. "Vern Aylor's Odell Tigers ripped Dawson Verdon 56-20 the last time out to move Odell to a 4-0 record on the season, and at the same time keep the Tigers No. 4 in the state 8-man ratings. The Adams Hornets, coached by Ken Cook, swept past Diller, 52-18, last week to zoom into the ratings on the No. 8 peg with a 4-0 record, For ' Homecoming Friday night against .Lewiston, Odell queen candidates have been selected and are: Bev Hagemei-er, Jeanne Vitosh, and Susanne Bender. Candidates for King are; Rog Adam, Bob Poppe, and Gary Jurgens. Adams and Odell, co-leaders of the Homesteader Conference standings,-1 favored in" Friday night's action. Elsewhere in the area 8-man circle,. Table Rock (2-1) goes to Dawson-Verdon (0-3); Adams foe is Barneston (2-2); Filley )0-3) travels to Elk Creek (0-4); and Diller (1-3) steps out side the loop to jneet invading Hardy. Jerry Grancer's Raiders of Wymore Southern, ' observed Homecoming last week by beat ing T-JTown 26-12 which kept the Raiders ranked No. 5 in the state -Class C. ratings. Friday night the Raiders are favored to jolt hosting Trl County on the Trojans turf. In other 11-man ball, Wilber-Clatonia travels to Milford, Pawnee City hosts Humboldt, Hebron goes to Geneva, Fair bury hosts Nebraska City, Crete travels to York, Norris Titans journey to Centennial, and state rated Auburn (No. 10) plays at Plattsmouth. Following is the Friday night slate with the favored team shown in bold face type: HOME -VISITOR Beatrice Lincoln East Tri County.. Jy. Southern Milford .....7....... Wilber Pawnee City .......Humboldt Geneva Hebron Fairbury Neb. City York Crete Plattsmouth Auburn Waverly7WT. r Syracuse Centennial Norns Sterling Elmwood Johnson - Brock .. Tecumseh Odell Lewiston Dawson-Vrd .... Table Rock Adams Barneston Fit frfot L Fillev Diller '.. 7777........... Hardy SAYS MILT PAPPAS Birds in five By GORDON BEARD BALTIMORE (AP) - Milt Pappas, who has pitched for both- teams,-picks-the -Baltimore Orioles over the Cincinnati Reds in. the World Series opening Saturday in Cincinnati. "I pick the Orioles in live games," was the surprising prediction today from Pappas, the onlv National League pitcher to hurl a shutout over the powerful Reds this season. - - "Then)rroles - TinrReds - have the same kind of teams good poweri great defense- andj SDeed." Pappas said. "If the Orioles have an edge going into the Series, it's with their starting pitchers. - " "It's true . what everybody says about Cincinnati's hitting, but I think the Baltimore pitchers have a better shot against the Reds than Cincinnati pitchers do Against the Orioles." Right-handed Jim Palmer, a 20-game winner during me regular season, will start for Baltimore in the first game, followed by left-handers Mike Cuellar and Dave McNally, both 24-game winners. "After the Reds use Gary No-land," said Pappas, who started, the season with Atlanta and finished with the Chicago Cubs, "I think they'll have to start going to their bullpen. "If you get good pitching against Cincinnati, you can win your share, and I believe the Orioles can get it." Pappas, who pitched just 11 innings in the minors before joining Baltimore as an 18-year-old in 1957, won 110 games with the Orioles before being traded to the Reds after the 1965 season in the deal which sent outfielder Frank Robinson to Baltimore. When he visited the Orioles at practice Wednesday, Pappas was asked if he were looking for a World Series salary share. "Make It retroactive," he cracked, "and I'll take it." He referred to the three World Series the Orioles have made since he left Baltimore. Btatrlc Daily Sun, Batrico, Nbr Thurs. Eva, Oct. 8, 1970 3 BIG 8 ACTION Kansas and K-S are put on probation KANSAS CITY (AP) The Big pdght . Conference placed Kansas 5tate University on probation ..Wednesday:, night for a period of three years for football violations, and the University of Kansas on probation for two years in all sports. The action was taken by faculty representatives, legis-ative body of the conference, and announced by Big Eight Commissioner Wayne" Duke. Duke emphasized that the probationary periold Involving Kansas State affected only its football program. During the probationary period, Kansas State will end. its season with its last regularly scheduled game and will not be eligible to participate in any post season competition. Neith er will the school's team be eli gible to appear on any football television program administer ed by the National Collegiate Athletic -Association. The conference also reprimanded and consured Vince Gibson, Kansas State's head football coach, for what it termed his "failure to administer, supervise, and apply the rules of the Big Eight Conference and the NCAA in the conduct of football," at the school. Duke said the Kansas State violation fell into four categories of ethical conduct, schol astic eligibility and recruiting. The. conference placed Kan sas on probation for providing financial aid to Curtis Thompson Jr. Ta football -player, and Michael Nathan Bossard, a basketball-player, and -allowing them to practice and-or participate in freshman competition during the last scholastic year. The conference ordered that Dick Tomey, an assistant foot ball coach at Kansas, be denied from any recruiting activity un til' May 31, 1972. It also reprimanded and censured John No-votav." assistant-athletic direc tor. . The action against Novotny wasjaken, Duke said, because the athletic official, at the time to win games Palmer, who pitched the final game of Baltimore's three-game American League playoff sweep over Minnesota .Monday,, got the starting job from Manager Earl Weaver in game No. 1 because of . Cincinnati's predominantly right-handed hitting power. . That means Cuellar will haVe seven days rest by the time he starts Sunday and McNally eight by next Tuesday. To get some needed work, they'll be used in anTlntrasquad -nc-runr no-slide game , today which resembles a - footbaH - dummy scrimmag' A iudge will decide whether each ball hit by a batter is either an out or a safety. If ruled a hit, the batter will walk tobase avoiding :t nearly all chance of injury. The four-day layoff after winning the pennant by scoring 27 runs on 36 hits comes at an inopportune time for the Orioles. "It may not hurt us," Robinson said, "but it can't help us. The practice game might help a little,, but it's just not like game conditions." The Orioles, who leave for Cincinnati Friday morning have not tost since Sept. 19. They won their final 11- games of the regular season and then added three more in the playoffs. The Reds are favored by 11-10 odds to win the Series, however. New and Used Auto Parts & Glass I Beatrice Iron & Metal Co. We Buy Scrap Iron Metal 3rd Sk Market 223-5238 & Can. Trucks. Tractor Western Shirts & Trousers Park free while shopping in BELL'S 514 EH Beatrice student counselor, did not exercise due diligence when facts came to his attention that Thompson and Bossard had been given scholarships on the basis of fraudulent high school ranks. The probationary period for Kansas State extends through the 1972 season. The Kansas probation ends Oct. 7, 1972. -BHSgals-eliminated atN.W.U. Cheri Petrlllo's Beatrice High gals volleyball team won and lost last night in the tournament at Nebraska Wesleyan with the defeat dropping the Orangettes from the double elimination af-fair - In .the' first game last -night, behind the 8-point serving of Marsha Woita, Beatrice defeated Harvard. In the second game Beatrice lost to Syracuse, a team it had beaten in first round action. ! Dixie Mager served up 8 points during the loss. Coach Petrillo states that the regular season for the BHS team will start in November. Orange invite to Irish? MIAMI (AP) A newspaper report that Notre Dame has al ready been landed for the Jan. 1 Orange Bowl game is "pure unadulterated hogwash," says the head of the bowl's selection committee. The denial came from Jack Baldwin Jr., chairman of the Orange Bowl selection commit tee after a story published ii Wednesday's editions of The Atlanta Journal quoted "a most reliable source from " Miami" with spilling the beans. National Collegiate Athletic Association regulations prohibit signing contracts for post-sea-scn games before 6 p.m. Nov. 21. - "The Orange Bowl committee will not contact anybody until the appropriate time allocated by the NCAA " Baldwin said. J'We haven't even seen Notre Dame play yet." Notre Dame's athletic director,- Ed'Moose" Krause-also denied the account in a telephone interview with the Miami Herald. ' - "Notre Dame is only thinking about playing the season out. We've got seven more games with some tough teams . . ." Krause. said. ."Until we see what happens, we're not think-ing about any bowl." The Journal article, written by-sports-editor- Furman- Bish-. er, said 4,a gusher of denials would no doubt follow the report "but the source has a better record for accuracy than those who'll do the denying, and it surely fits into Notre Dame's desire to spread itself around post-seasonally." . SPORT SHORTS ATHENS (AP) - Japan's national volleyball team beat Greece 15-5, 15-1, 15-10 in an exhibition match Wednesday. FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) Despite double bogey on the 15th hole, Carolyn Cu-done htld on for a first-round 78 to take the lead in the first round of the USGA Senior Women's Amateur Golf Cchampion-ship Wednesday as she aimed for her third straight title. S&H Green Stamps Given On AD Gasoline Purchases. East Court 66 16th & Court (PHIUIPS) BUFFS AND KSU TO WIN Major picks Nebraska and Stanford to pluck big wins By MAJOR AMOS HOOPLE Fearless Forecaster Greetings, friends! The intercollegiate conference races get started in earnest this week with several big games on tap. In the Big Ten, Ohio State will visit East Lansing to meet Michigan State, and Purdue will host the Wolverines of Michigan U at Lafayette, Ind. And in the Big Eight, Nebraska (a team that Ohio State is fortunate not to meet! ) takes on the invading Tigers from Missouri; and out west in the Pacific Eight it is Stanford and Southern Cal. Your favorite forecaster (the fearless one) looks for the Buckeyes to trounce Duffy Dau-gherty's lads, 35-14; and Purdue to surprise Michigan, 27-20, in a hotly contested clash. The' Hoople System has been taxed to its very limits to come up with a winner between Nebraska-Missouri. . - : - - My - mathematical - indicators point to a near standoff, but, af ter conferring with Hannibal Wottaburp, my longtime Missouri correspondent, I predict a 31-21 triumph for. the Huskers over Mizzou! Stanford's' great quarterback Jim Plunkett gets his last crack at archrival Southern California in the game that should decide the Pacific Eight title race and Rose Bowl representative. HUSKERS IN GOOD HEALTH LINCOLN (AP)-Coach Bob Devaney reports all of his players appear to have returned to good health after some had been hit early this week by the flu. All players were out for workouts in the rain and drizzle Wednesday, with the new artificial turf allowing them to continue preparations for the Big Eight Conference opener against Missouri in Lincoln on Saturday. - The Husker Coach said his crew apparently had recovered from a feeling of fatigue that plagued the squad Tuesday. . Center Doug Dumler dislocated two fingers on his right hand in an exercise dnll Tuesday but Devaney said he should have no trouble snapping the ball. Husker coaches have virtually ignored films of the Air Force game, which Missouri lost, according to Devaney, It was not, he indicated, a representative performance. Instead, the coaches have studied the second half of the Minnesota game, and films of the Baylor and Oklahoma" Stategames. -Nebraska is not overlooking the threat posed by Missouri' speedy receiver, Mel Gray, who beat NU defenders on a deep pass pattern for a touchdown early in last year's game. ' MESSBARGERS . REACH SEMIS -ruii mt TiiHv Messbareer of Vinwrv uu v V4v.j - Beatrice were placed in t h e top bracket, and got to the semi-finals in the Homestead-Mis- -rf-iaHiw-Married CoUDleS jUUIl IB"V Tennis Tournament at Praine Village, Kan., last week-end. -Before they were eumjndieu, - mi.final matfh. t h e V 111 a semi -." , defeated the second seeded couple in the top bracket. Prairie Village iS a SUDUrO m rwauaaa City. ' Wednesday's Fights Ac A LT A Tannn Mliseru Ha- giwara,-142,- Japan.-and Lion Fururyama, 142, Japan, drew, . ; . : LAS VEGAS, Nev.-Amaao Valuer. 177. San uieg knocked out GorinaLdpezpw, Mexico, 3. " . BEATRICE DAILY BUS ROM" - ow"BCo-Pi.t;irsheM . Fnundet E M Marvin Publisher OWi MEM HER OK ASSOCIATED PRtS rler bov Sl-95 per month. By mail in advance Ui Beatrice Trade Tn $non. year 1.0.50: Java: uiree niomni . " mfJl W except Sun,,.?. N-w V!L "T.01 gay! ThanksKlvlne and OrWma Sjj Ona UiaSS rOSWKr ym rice. Nebraska. SAVE MONEY -Now you can save even more on a new HOiME-LTTE chain saw purchase with a HOM ELITE , SWEEPSTAKES entry blank. Don't forget- the shop's openvnignts for your convenience. Stop in and see ouri large HOMELITE saw display and pick up your FREE leaf bag. COMPLETE SHOP v SERVICE OPEN NITES. RAY'S REPAIR 1010 West Court 228-3102 The Old Boy Himself Stanford, gunned by Purdue last Saturday, boasts its best team in years and will prove it to a skeptical football public by jolting the Trojans, 29-22 har-rumphl Non-conference clashes worthy of note match Tennessee against Georgia Tech, Texas and Oklahoma, Notre Dame and Army, Florida and Florida St., and West Virginia and Duke. r I um-kumph have some bad news for the loyal followers of Georgia Tech. My compilations show the Vols handing the Tech stalwarts their first defeat of the year, 38-20. Texas ! will prevail over Oklahoma's 1 Sooners,- 22-14, and the strong Irish eleven will make it three shutouts in three weeks as they repel the invading Army forces, 49-0. : . HUSKERS SLIP lissouri-K take Big 8 leads KANSAS CITY (AP) - Mis-! souri and Kansas led the Big Eight Conference in three of fensive team statistical depart ments. Until last Saturday, Iowa State and Nebraska were the leaders in all departments, both on offense and defense. Missouri zoomed into the lead in both rushing and total offense. Kansas became No. 1 in scoring offense. The Tigers have amassed 1109 yards on 226 rushes for an average of 277.6 yards per game. Colorado is second with 706 yards on 160 rushes for 235.3 and Kansas third with 926 yards on 199 carries for 231.5. "In total o f f e n s e, Missouri leads with an average of 407.3 yards per, game with Nebraska close behind at 401 yards and Kansas third, with 386.8 yards. Kansas has scored 128 points in four games, more than any other Big Eight club, for a 32-point " average. MissourTIs-averaging 31.5 points, and Nebraska, 30-points. Nebraska continues to set the pace in passing. The Cornhuskers have completed 55 of 85 passes for 727 yards and an average of 181.8 yards. Kansas State has 56 completions on 132 passes for a 172.5-yard average and Oklahoma State 50 of 90 for 643 yards and 160.8 Kansas State has thrown the most interceptions, 10. Nebraska and Iowa State still has the best rushing defense and the best total defense. Iowa State has the best pass defense and the best scoring defense. ' The Cornhuskers have held their four opponents to an average of 118.3 yards- rushing. Missouri is second with 125 yards "anJDkrahomanhird with 128. Nebraska's average in to-tardefense-1s 251.1 -yards-followed by Iowa State with 274.3. .Jowa State's pass, defense has yielded onlyait average of 104 Currier Lumber CONTINUATION SALE Saturday, Oct. 10 11:00 A.M. Friday's Sale Was Not Complete New and Used Lumbsr 2x4 to 2x10 in various lengths 1x4 to 1x12 in various lengths Grade Stakes Office Equipment Billing Machine Electric cash register Adding machine Metal filing cabinet Letter fCcs 1 Large Safe Tools Cement blocks Bricks Cluy pipe and fittr Many miscellaneous U vdware items ' . - WTiealbarrows Jacks Saw horses Power cut-off saw - C-phase 24' table , Ptform scale 32' ladder Delta Drill press with mortising Brill electric H-ln. heavy duty ! The above mentioned merchandise can be seen on date of 1 sale frcm 8:30 a.m. until sale time. f TERMS ARE CASH ALL SALES FINAL ' We &re not responsible for accidents ! ' Auctioneer: fvan H. t'bben , I first .Natl Bank Clerk 223-40 Watch for Florida to overpower intrastate rival Florida State, 28-13, and for the West Virginia Mountaineers to preserve their unsullied record with a come-from-behind 21-18 win over Duke har-rumphf Now go on with the forecastr 31 Nebraska ... Missouri 21 Colorado ....Iowa State 12 Kansas State ...Kansas 20 Okla. St. TCU It Texas Oklahoma 14 Wisconsin Iowa IS Ohio State ..Mich. State 14 Minnesota Indiana 13 N'Westera ......Illinois 20 Purdue Michigan 20 Air Force .......Tulane 10 Alabama "T77.....Vandy 7 Ariz. -St Wash. St. I Arkansas Baylor 7 Auburn Clemson I Harvard Columbia 15 Cornell v.. ...... Penn 15 Dartsmouth ..Princeton 21 Florida Fla. State 13 Ole Miss ......Georgia 14 Tennessee ....Ga. Tech 20 Kentucky Utah St. 7 LSU Pacific 14 Miss State ....Houston 18 Pittsburgh Navy 15 Notre Dame .....Army 3 21 Oregon Utah 17 29 17 26 24 21 33 Stanford. , .......Sou Cr.I 22 Maryland ...... Syracuse 10 Tex. A-M ....Tex. Tech 13 UCLA Oregon 14 W. Virginia Duke 8 Yale Brown 12 yards in three games com pared with Oklahoma State's , average of 115 yards. Iowa State has given up only 22 points for an average of 7.3 points a game, Nebraska has yielded an average of 10.8 points, and Oklahoma, 13.7. Long shot is Dave Stockton VIRGINIA WATER, England (AP) Dave Stockton, reigning U.S. PGA golf champion, is the long shot in the Piccadilly World Match play championship starting today. But he says: . "I'm a great believer in thinking positively. If you do that, then I reckon that your mind will correct your faults." Stockton is the 16-1 outsider in the field of eight top class professionals competing for a first prize of $13,800 in the tour- nament the last- big-snatch -play affair of Its kind m the world. Stockton, 28, won his place In this elite company at Wentworth by capturing the PGA championship at Tulsa, Okla., fa August. " . - Stockton meets Bob Charles of New Zealand. the - defending -champion, in today's first round. - Live Modern With... L&M Plumbing 509 So. 6h " Baafrlet Phone 228.2204 - NAME ENGRAVED FREE on Scissors, Shears or Cutlery when Sharpened at -BELL'Srrr 511 Ella " Beatrice Some onk and redwood JufflV ber . . . 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