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ST. JOSEP STpJOSEPH, MISSOURI fft SECTION SPORTS WANT ADS Nebraska resorts to trickery to whip Missouri 'CN lead to 10-6. The Tiger drive was aided by a Husker pass interference call, which moved the ball to the one-yard line. Tony leaped into the end zone for the score with 6:34 left in, the half. Tim Gibbons kicked the extra point. When the Tigers, appeared to force the Huskers to punt on the next series, the Big Red turned the 40-yard trick It was good for a 16-7 lead. Coyle missed the extra point but the Huskers had the psychological boost they needed, tftlum. the game into a runaway. The Husker defense frusrated the running of Galbreath and Curtis Brown, and pressured Pisarkiewicz into making mistakes during the entire second half to hand Missouri its first home loss in eight games. Ferragamo connected on two more touchdown passes to split end Bobby Thomas to ice the victory. The first Ferragamo toss covered yards, and came with 22 seconds left in the third quarter. Ferragamo's final bomb covered 61 yards with 7:38 remaining. The Tigers lost their third game of the season against five victories. Nebraska remains undefeated with eight victories. Scouts from the Sun, Liberty and Gator bowls witnessed the Missouri defeat. found an open man, the Tiger quarterback frequently threw behind his receiver, MissourLthreatened. to score. on.its opening drive. The Tigers moved the ball to the Husker 36, but the drive was thwarted when Pisarkiewicz was sacked by Nebraska guard John Lee for an eight-yard loss, and the Tigers were forced to punt. The Huskers took Jim Gobel's punt, then drove 79 yards in 17 plays finally being stopped with a fourth and eight on the Missouri 20. Mike Coyle came in to try a 30-yard field goal and was successful, to give Nebraska a 3-0 lead with left in the first quarter. On the Tigers next series, the Nebraska defense again held. This time, however, defensive end Ray Phillips crashed through the Missouri line and got a hand on Gobel's punt. The ball went out of bounds on the Tiger 18. On the third play from scrimmage, Vince Ferragamo connected with tight end Brad Jenkins for a five-yard touchdown. Coyle kicked the extra point and the fourth-ranked Huskers had a 10-0 lead." Missouri received a punt with 9:28 left in the second quarter and then marched 42 yards in nine plays to cut the Nebraska ByTOMDOMALSKI COLUMBIA Mo. The Nebraska Cornhuskers ended two years of football frustration Saturday afternoon by defeating the Tigers, 30-7 before a Faurot field crowd of 68,195, and a nationaj television audience. The Cornhuskers led throughout the bitter contest which had led to Missouri upsets the last two times, the Big Eight teams had met. But the game was a dose one until Nebraska pulled out a leftover Halloween The trick was a fake punt from the Missouri 40, and the prankster was back John O'Leary, who ran 40 yards along the left sideline to score unmolested. The trick fooled everyone in the stadium, and treated Big Red fans to a 16-7 second quarter lead. The Tigers seemed deflated after the touchdown romp and never regained enough momentum to score again. The Nebraska defense lived up to its awesome reputation for the remainder of the afternoon, sacking Tiger quarterback Steve Pisarkiewicz nine times for a total of 55 yards. When the Mizzou quarterback had time, he seemed bewildered by the. Cornhusker pass coverage. When he STATISTICS Nebraska 10 6 7 7-30 Missouri 0 7 0 0-7 NEB FG Coyle 30 NEB Jenkins 5 pass from Ferragamo (Coyle kick) MO Galbreath 1 run (Gibbons kick) NEB O'Leary 40 run (kick failed) NEB Thomas 37 pass from Ferragamo (Coyle kick) NEB Thomas 61 pass from Ferragamo(Coyle kick) A 68,195 Nebraska Missouri First downs 18 14 Rushes-yards 55-237 47-71 Passing yards 136 151 Return yards 28 7 Passes 8-17-0 12-29-1 7-35 10-34 Fumbles-lost 2-2 3-1 5-29 5-54 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING Nebraska, Anthony 15-65, Davis 15-49, O'Leary 10-70. Missouri, Galbreath 15-36, Brown 9-34. RECEIVING Nebraska, Thomas 2-98, O'Leary 2-6. Missouri, Grossart 5-72, Marshall 2-31, Galbreath 3-36. PASSING Nebraska, Ferragamo 8-17-0, 136 yards. Missouri, Pisarkiewicz 12-27-1, 151. Kearney handles Griffs WILL BEGIN TRAINING PANAMA CITY, Panama (AP) Australian boxer Hector Thompson arrives Saturday to begin training for his title bout with junior welterweight champion Antonio Cervantes of Colombia. GLEN'S BarberShop Formerly At East Hills Now In Maplewood Manor 1 Block North of Mtsuni 41 3 So. Belt 232-0175 STATISTICS Mt. West Kearney First Downs 12 23 Rushing Yardage 49 345 Passing Yardage 210 67 ---14 37 5-10 Passes Intcp 0 2 Punts 6-36 2-47 Fumbles Lost 1 2 Yards Penalized 6-50 4-46 SCORE BY QUARTERS Griffons I 7 I 7-14 Antelopes 14 1 14 1-34 Tumbling catcher Benton's Scott Andrews, 87, topples over LeBlond's Phil Greub, who was defending against a pass in this action in the Golden Eagle secondary Saturday night at Noyes. Bishop LeBlond won the city grid title with an 8-7 victory. Photos by Don Bradley Irish Thrashed Bishop O'Hara football Fighting Irish didn't treat their Sf Joseph namesakes any too well Saturday, handing Lafayette's Irish a 70-6 pasting in Kansas City, O'Hara kicker Shawn Geraughty was the busiest player on the field as he trotted in to boot 10 straight conversions and was also on the receiving end of one touchdown pass. Lafayette's only score came on a 39-yard pass from David Mitchell to Wally Veale in the second period long after O'Hara had fashioned a comfortable lead. The Irish scored three times in the first period and three times' in the second, for a 42-6 lead at the intermission, but still used some first-string personnel into the third quarter. Mark Smith and Tom Leo led the O'Hara touchdown parade with a pair of tallies apiece as the Kansas City squad ran its -reeord to winlessin nijnetartsrwithiffily Ceh- tral remaining on the schedule. The Shamrocks meet the Indians at Noyes Friday. Cape riddles Heimbaugh then passed to Allen for six yards and to Mark Weber for 19 more. Randall carried the next two times for one ane four yards, respectively. Bubba Hopkins got the call on third and one, but was stopped for no gain. Heimbaugh then took the ball in himself for his second TD of the game and his fifth of the year. Western has won only one game this year on the road. And, in the lone, road victory, it had to struggle against a the first half following a fumble recovery by sophomore defensive end Jamie Waldren. Waldren's fumble recovery gave the Griffons the ball on the Kearney 20. Chris Hoskins picked up seven yards on the first play from scrimmage and Heimbaugh added seven on the next. Bubba Hopkins added one yard carrying to the five-yard line. Heimbaugh picked up two yards and then kept the ball on the next play (going the final three for the counter. Bob was tackled atthe line of Bcrlm-" mage but twisted out of the grasp and into the end zone. Robert Quick added the extra point and the Griffs trailed, 20-7, at halftime. Kearney came out of the halftime Butts scored on a 15-yard run. Butts had 100 yards rushing on 11 first half carries. Kearney concluded its scoring with 8:16 remaining in the third quarter when back-up quarterback Kurt Bagley drove through the Griffon defensive line from one yard out. Western's second touchdown of the game came with 10:56 left in the final quarter and capped an 80-yard Griffon scoring drive. The Antelopes missed on a field goal attempt giving the Griffs the ball atthe Kearney 20. Heimbaugh fired a 20-yard pass to Brent Allen on the first play. The Griffons picked up 15 more on the next play when the hosts were found guilty of pass interference. Heimbaugh, who finished with 14 of 37 and 210 yards" passing, fired a nine-yarder to Bubba Hopkins, On fourth down and one, Jay Randall, picked up five to the Kearney 31. KEARNEY, Neb. Missouri Western continued to have problems Saturday on the road as the Griffons dropped their third away-from-home football game of the season, a 34-14 drubbing at does your the hands of Kearney State. Kearney burned the Griffons for two quick first quarter counters and then went on for its fifth victory of the season against two losses. Missouri Western, having lost two in a weak Iowa Wesleyan team. The Griffs road results Include a 14-14 tie at Rolla, a 45-18 loss at Northeast and a 22-0 shutout at Cape. The Griffons return home next Saturday foj a 1:30 meeU ing with down-state rival Missouri Southern. The following week winds up the regular season schedule with a 1:30 game with Central Missouri State. dressing room just about as fast as they went in at and -rolled up 14 more points before Bearcats, 41-7 row for the first time this year, is now 5-4-1 and finding them Western could score again. The Antelopes got a touchdown with 12:01 remaining in the third quarter when Randy health insurance set limits Surgery costs? Intensive care expenses? Semi-private room charges? Stevens rolls 837 series selves in the position of having to scrap for a winning season. The Antelopes got their first touchdown with 12:01 left in the first quarter. The hosts needed only four plays to cover 80 yards sending Bob Simon over from the Western couldn't move the ball and on its next possession, Kearney State scored again: The second Antelope TD came on a six-yard pass from Dick Schwenka to Fred Ivey. Kearney moved out 20-0 when Randy Butts dashed 15 yards with 7:10 remaining in the first half. The Griffons got on the board with 1:17 left in CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) Bobby Everage scored two touchdowns and Southeast MissourLState limited Northwest Missouri State to just 88 yards total offense in stunning -the Bearcatsr4i.7r Saturday in a Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association football game. Everage's first touchdown came midway through the first quarter on a three-yard run as the Indians took a 17-0 lead; his second score, a two-yard dash in the third period, made it 34-7. Southeast Missouri rolled up 15 first downs on 131 yards passing an 200 rushing, but it was the opportunistic Indian defense that made the difference. Northwest Missouri, which lost one fumble and two inter--ceptions, managed just three first downs on 19 yards -rushing and 69 passing, and was forced to punt seven times. The Bearcats' only touchdown came in the third quarter on Kirk Mathews' eight-yard pass to Mark Christian. Southeast Missouri rose to 3-0 in MIAA action. Miscellaneous hospital expenses? Our new "Family Healthcare" is a major medical policy that provides high maximum benefit amounts for medical care and contains deductible and co-insurance features. Briefly, here is how this plan works: once you have paid a selected deductible for any one covered illness or injury, you pay only 20 of the next $500 of expenses. American Family pays the remaining 80 of that $500 PLUS 100 of the expense up to the benefit limit you choose $10,000, $20,000 or $50,000. The maximum amount payable and the premium payment depends onthe plan, you, select. Dick Stevens, currently on one of the hottest streaks of his bowling career reeled off 22 consecutive strikes in league action at Belt Bowl Friday night but did not have a perfect game. Stevens opened league play with a 248 game rolling for Melody Music in the Belt Classic league. He left the four pin in the first frame of the second game, but picked up his spare, then rolled eleven strikes in a row for a 290. He started the third game with 11 strikes only to leave that nuisance four pin on his final ball for a 299. Together, then, he had an 837 series. Thp effort was the best series ever at Belt Bowl surpassing the 805 series that Stevens had last week. "I don't know what I'm doing different, except that maybe I'm a little more relaxed," said Stevens Saturday, "It's just one of those things. I can't really explain." Stevens was not remorseful over the loss of the perfect game, noting that he's had one 300 game in his career at Olympia Lanes in 1971. "I've also had one other 800 series, but this is my best effort," he said. family healthcare care to compare fP 1 I v. AMERICAN FAMILY ni 'I i'i AUTO HOME HEALTH LIFE AMtftlCtN MMIIT MUTUAL INSUMNCt COMPANY MADISON. WltCOHIIN 11701 JOHN CHAPMAN 5837 King Hill 238-4763 DICK STEVENS i. A Jewell falls to Valley mot vm a bed LIBERTY, Mo. Missouri Valley scored in every period to hand William Jewell a 23-0 shutout in Heart of America Conference action Saturday. The Viking victory boosted Valley's record to 8-1 overall and 5-0 in loop action while Jewell dropped to 1-6-1 overall and 1-2-1 in league play. Joe Spallina opened the visitors' scoring attack with a 45-yard field goal with 53 seconds remaining in the first John Heerman intercepted a Jim Hall pass midway through the second quarter and ran it back 68 yards for the score as the Vikes took a 10-0 at the half. Craig Conklin, Valley quarterback threw only two passes in the game but one went seven yards to John Reiter for the Vikes third TD' Dan Ragle put the finishing touches on the Valley attack with a one-yard plunge Avith just over one minute remaining in the contests Hall completed 23 of 38 passes for Jewell with a total of 259 yards to spark the Jewell offense while Valley's rushing game, headed by Greg Farris and Pete Rotzer, garnered 277 yards- Because the car you lease should be as strong, spacious and economical as the Is this a convention? Tar you'd buy. 1 No, this isn't a get-together of that type. It's a collection of Bishop LeBlond and Benton Cardinal football players struggling for each inch of ground at Noyes Field Saturday in the City League championship game. LeBlond scored, in the final quarter and added a two-point conversion for an 8-7 victory. WllEAUVOlVOS VOLVO LeBlond takes City grid title moved Benton down the field with his passes- and scrambling for yardage, until 21 seconds remained in the game, and Benton had the ball on the 24-yard line of LeBlond. It was fourfh and four yards to go, when Mike Browning attempted a 35-yard field goal. Hull crashed through the Benton line, however, and tipped the ball, foil Benton's bid for the city championship. "We played well enough to win," Benton coach Richard Lehman said. "I think we outplayed them. It was just one big play." And Monahan's ffrst pass of I the year couldn't have hap- Cnned at a better time for the Blond Golden Eagles. a razzle dazzle play. Whalen threw a pass to Pat Monahan along the right side of the line of scrimmage. As the Cardinal defenders closed in on Monahan, the senior back threw his first pass of the season to a wide-open Pat Casey at the ten-yard line. Casey rarrled in for the score, and the Golden Eagles lined up for a two-point conversion. Whalen dropped back to pass for the two points, and found Lance Hull over the middle, to put the winning points on the scoreboard. The touchdown drive had covered 79 yards in six plays. With 1.52 left in the game, Benton took over at its own 18-yafd line. Hildebrand line, and the Cardinals drew first blood in the ball game. Paul Davenport kicked the extra point, and the Cardinals led 7-0. The touchdown drive covered 69 yards in ten plays. But the Golden Eagles weren't ready to give up. With 11:03 left in the game, the Gplden Eagles took over the ball on their own 21-yard line. Quarterback Dennis Whalen then tossed three successive passes to Pat Casev. One of the passes went for 26" yards, and the Golden Eagles had the ball on the Benton 35-yard line. Whalen was then sacked by Cardinal Lloyd Mason for an eight-yard loss to the 44-yard line. It seemed as though the Golden Eagles would be stopped once again, 'except for "Both teams played very well. It was a defensive battle." And a defensive battle it was, as the Cardinals and the Golden Eagles played to a scoreless First half. Then with 4:36 left in the third quarter, the Cardinals took over the ball on their own 37-yard line. After a run, and a short pass play to Rick Sheireman from quarterback Mark Hildebrand, Hildebrand completed a 51-yard pass play to running back Marcus Chandler. Chandler caught the ball on the LeBlond 40-yard line, and then raced to the four-yard line, before being tackled by 1 Robert Glenski. Four tries and a penalty later. Hildebrand dived in from the one-vardJ STATISTICS UBmh4 BeiUi Fir Downs II I Rushing Yardage Pissing Yirtage 15 I Passes U-H H- Passes Intcp Punts 7 Fumbles Lost. 0 I Yards 10-119 SCORE BY QI ARTERS UBf4 Beit The Bishop LeBlond Golden Eagles'stopped Benton in a last minute scoring drive, and defeated the Cardinals, 8-7, to capture the city high school football championship Saturday night at Noyes Field. "I'm just glad it's over with," said LeBlond coach Don Tabor after the victory. i We Accept Trade-ins On Leases! DICK RICHARDS VolkswagenVolvo FACTORY TRAINED TECHNICIANS AND AUTHORIZED PARTS N. BELT AND GENE FIELD, ST. JOSEPH, 232-5466 OPEN MON. THRlTfRiTtIL P.M. SATURDAY 'TIL 3 P.M.

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