n Iowa State Loses, 28-14, in Season Finale Stapleton 's Last Game as Coach AMES (AFi — Oklahoma Slate's long dormant, offense sprang 1o life and the Cowboys spoiled Iowa State's season - pnder 28-14 in a Big Eight Conference football panic hero Saturday. Halfback Larry Goseny led the assault with three touchdowns — including a 42-yard dash from scrimmage — as the Cowboys scored just four points less than they had amassed in their previous seven outings. While a tliree-pronged attack of Goseny, quarterback Ron Johnson and fullback Jack Reynolds tormented Iowa State, the O.S.U. defenders handily kepi the Cyclones in check. Iowa State managed only three first downs and 47 yards- all rushing—in the opening two quarters. For the game, the Cyclones had a total of 242 yards, but much of it came in the late minutes against reserves. The Cowboys, now 3-4-1 for the season and 2-3 in the Big Eight, scored the first time they had the ball, with Goseny banging over from the one to climax an 81-yard drive. Goseny also slipped over from the one early in the second quarter, capping a drive from the Cowboy 36, to give OSU a 14-0 halftime lead. - A one-yard keeper by John- son and Goseny's long run, both in the third quarter, made it 28-0. Goseny's jaunt came on the next play after OSU de- fenseman Larry Kirkland intercepted a pass by quarterback John Warder and returned it 10 yards to the 42. Iowa State scored both of its touchdowns in the closing four minutes — on a one-yard run by Ben King and • seven yarder by Warder. The Cyclones finished 2-9 overall and 1-6 in the Big Eight record. The game marked the end of the 10-year coaching career at Iowa State of Clay Stapleton, who quit to become full time athletic director, post he assumed last summer. Oklahoma State failed to capitalize on a couple of other scoring chances when drives ran out of steam twice on the Cyclone one in the fourth quarter Gosney's second quarter marker came after a 13-yarc touchdown run by Johnson was called back because of an off side penalty. Thtat put the bal on the Cyclone 18, but on the next play Johnson fired a 17 yard pass to Duane Porter. A play later, Gosney scored. Iowa State's first touchdown ended a 49-yard drive. Warder set it up with a 23-yard screen pass to King that gave the Cy clones a first-and-goal situation on the two. King bucked over on lis second try. It took Iowa State just a little over a minute to drive from its own 13 for its final marker with 18 seconds to go. Warder again set that one up with a 14-yard run that put the ball on the 7. Gosney led the Cowboy attack with 128 yards in 21 carries — an average of 6.1 per try. Reynolds added 104. Warder paced the Cyclones with 62 on the ground and connected on 5 of 15 passes for 93 yards. Reserve Tom Butters, who went in when Warder was having troubles in the second quarter, picked up only 14 yards in eight rushing tries and hit just one of six passes for 12 yards. Oklahoma State 7 7 14 0-28 Iowa State 000 14—14 OSU—Goseny 1 run (Kessler kick) OSU—Goseny 1 run (Kessler kick) OSU—Johnson 1 run (Kessler kick) OSU—Goseny 42 run (Kessler kick) ISU — King 1 run (Skripsky kick) ISU—Warder 7 run (Skripsky kick) Attendance 10,000 AMES (AP)-Statisttics of the Oklahoma State-Iowa State foot ball game Saturday: Okla. St. Iowa St First downs 21 13 Rushing Yardage 309 137 Passing Yardage 51 105 Passes 4-14-1 6-21-2 Return Yardage 88 72 Punts 6-30 10-35 Fumbles Lost 3 Yards Penalized 25 .98 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, Nov. 18,1967 Iowa Runner Wins Big 10 Track Title WILMETTE, HI. (AP)-Indiana dethroned Iowa Saturday in winning the Big Ten cross country championship at the Wilmette Golf course. Iowa's defending individual champion, Larry Wieczorek, repeated with a time of 24:17 over the five-mile course. Indiana's Mark Gibbens was second in 24:33, followed by Steven Hogan, Minnesota, 24:44; Bob Gordon, Wisconsin, 24:46 and Dave Atkinson, Indiana 24:48. Minnesota was a surprising second with 74 points behind the Hoosiers winning total of 56 on the reverse system of scoring. Other team tallies were: Iowa 83, Ohio State 102, Wisconsin 114; Michigan 127; Northwestern 143; Michigan State 146; Purdue 250; Illinois 251. The meet in the past had been run at a four-mile distance. ONE 'NO' BARK NEWBURYPORT, Mass (AP) — Mark one "no" vote against the city's new leash law. Casting the negative ballot is a pooch whose owner dutifully tied him up in the back yard. Police said an unleasec dog took advantage of the situation. He ran into the yard nipped the leashed animal and escaped with ease. Back to Back . . . while being prettied up for a joint television appearance, high-powered pro quarterbacks —NBA Telephoto Fran Tarkenton, left, of the Giants and Joe Namath of the Jets are making gate history in New York this year. Gophers Check Indiana ' Rose Bowl Express., 33-7 MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) —Brawny Minnesota shattered Cinderella Indiana's dream of a perfect season Saturday as Curt Wilson ran for four touchdowns and passed for another to give the Gophers a 33-7 victory for the inside track to the Rose Bowl. Minnesota now can nail its third trip to Pasadena in eight years by beating Wisconsin next Saiturday-if the Hoosiers lose their regular season finale to national third-ranked Purdue. It's Time To Think Christmas and Here Is Your Guide for Better Christmas Shopping in Carroll! This annual SPECIAL CHRISTMAS EDITION of the Daily Times Herald is loaded with hundreds of Christmas gift ideas available in Carroll. The Carroll Merchants have gone all out to present a wide, wonderful array of gifts for every member of the family. And their selections are at their all-time peak right now. Sit down with the family and make out your list now, and save yourself a lot of "footwork", traffic headaches and most of all, YOU'LL SAVE MONEY WHEN YOU SHOP IN CARROLL. SECTION A Advertisers Index PAGE Moore Bros. Super Market 3 Bierl's Store of Floors 3 The Loft 4 Jung's Bakery 4 Woolworth's 4 Ellerbroek's of Carroll 5 B & H Super Valu 6 Witt Hardware 7 Safeway 8 Classified Ads 9 Community Jewelry 10 SECTION B PAGE Iowa Public Service Co 1 Stone's Printers & Stationers 2 Schwaller's at Templeton 2 Drees Co „ 3 Culligan Soft Water Service 3 Daily Times Herald 4 Bierl's Store of Floors 4 Coast To Coast Store 4 Sernett's 5 G-Mart Discount Center 6 Coast To Coast Store 6 Sporrer's TV & Appliances 7 Coast To Coast Store 7 Matt Furniture Co 8 SECTION C PAGE Carroll County State Bank 1 Commercial Savings Bank 1 Farner-Bocken Co 2 Pauline's Cafe 2 Anderson Shoe Store 3 Crouse Cartage Co 4 Tony's Restaurant „ _ _~ 5 Bierl's Store of Floors .„ 5 Peters Motors „ 6 Carroll Bowl ~ „.„ .„« 6 Bliss Tire Service 7 Eddie Quinn „ 8 SECTION D PAGE Iowa Electric Light & Power Co „ 1 Coast To Coast Store 2 Todd's Toyland 3 Bierl's Store of Floors 4 Central Church Goods Supply 4 Dearduff's Clothing 5 Joyce Lumber Co 6 Woolworth's 7 Penneys '. 7 PrengerV Furniture 8 SECTION E PAGE Manning Creamery Co „ 1 Bill Burgess Motor Co 1 Wilke Drug Store 2 Uptown Sporting Goods 2 Spurgeon's » 3 Waters Dept. Store 4 Waters Dept. Store 5 Bierl's Store of Floors 6 Ryerson's 7 Ellerbroek's of Carroll 8 Indiana, which had reeled off ight straight victories to gain a ifth place ranking in The Asso- iated Press college football poll, ot only saw its perfect record mashed but also its hopes for he school's first Rose Bowl ap- jearance were dealt a crucial low. The Hoosiers must defeat Big Ten leader Purdue this week to [ualify for Pasadena. Or the Hoosiers still could go if Wis- onsin upsets Minnesota. 2nd Ranked Tennessee Wins 20-7 MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) Tailback Walt Chadwick passed 'or one touchdown and ran for another, and Karl Kremser booted two field goals Saturday as second-ranked Tennessee romped to a surprisingly easy 20-7 victory over Mississippi. The victory, Tennessee's first over Ole Miss since 1958, virtually cinched the Southeastern Conference championship for the Volunteers and made them an odds-on choice for a trip to the Orange Bowl. Tennessee has only loop games against lowly Vanderbilt and Kentucky standing in the way for its first league title since 1956. Mississippi's lone score, In the third period, came at the end oi a six-play drive that covered 41 yards after a pass interception Bobby Wade plunged over from the one. The rest of the game wai dominated by Tennessee with quarterback Dewey Warren moving the Vols through the air and Charlie Fulton and Chad wick leading a crushing ground attack. Fumble recoveries by tackle Dick Williams set up two of tin Vol scores. After the first Chadwick raced for nine yard and a touchdown. The other re covery set up Kremser's firs field goal, a 42-yarder with jus 23 seconds left in the first half. Kremser booted a 30-yard field goal in the third period and also kicked two extra points. The Vols scored their first touchdown after a 56-yard drive in nine plays. Chadwick threw a 10-yard scoring pass to end Terry Dalton. Fulton, who returned to action for the first time since being injured on Oct. 14, picked up 30 yards on the drive and Chadwick added 12 more. Tennessee 0 17 3 0-20 Mississippi 0 070-7 Wilson led a revitalized go)her offense which battered In- liana's defense with a punishing ground attack. Only in the sec- >nd quarter could Indiana con- ain Minnesota. Indiana bounced back from a r-0 halftime deficit to tie the score on a 76-yard drive in 15 )lays with a second half kickoff. •larry Gonso scored from one yard out. Minnesota went back in front 13-7 • before the third quarter ended on Wilson's one-yard Deeper to cap a 68-yard drive. Indiana threatened but a drive bogged down at the Minnesota 26 early in the fourth quarter. After that, Minnesota turned it into a rout. The Gophers drove 79 yards to send Wilson across from the three, then recovered two fumbles on the Indiana 23 and scored both times. Wilson passed 17 yards to Charley Sanders on a deflected pass for one and kept a yard for the other. Notre Dame Smashes to 36 to 3 Win ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) —Notre Dame hammered Georgia Tech into submission 36-3 Saturday with a three4ouchdown outburst in the second quarter that continued Irish domination of the intersectional football rivalry. Bob Gladieux and Bob Blel* er each scored twice for th« ninth ranked Irish, and quarterback Terry Hanratty hit on the first seven passes he threw to boost Notre Dame's record to 7-2. The loss was the fifth for Georgia Tech which had not lost for five times in a season since 1960. The Yellow Jackets, who have won only three times in 19 games with the Irish, took a 3-0 lead on Tommy Carmichael's 42-yard field goal before Notre Dame's winning spurt. Hanratty tossed 38 yards to Gladieux for the first touchdown, Bleier scored six minutes later on a plunge and the Irish swept to a 21-3 halftime lead when Bleier darted over from the four after Tom O'Leary intercepted a pass and returned it 51 yards. Gladieux scored again on a plunge in the third quarter and the Irish added 10 points in the last period on Joe Azzaro's 31- yard field goal and Ron Dushney's 20-yard touchdown burst. Hanratty, who did not miss in the first half, passed only twice in the second half and missed both times for a 7-9 mark and 89 yards. Purdue Wins 21-7 Behind Leroy Keyes LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) Purdue's Leroy Keyes, national scoring leader, caught a pass for one touchdown and threw for another Saturday in a 21-7 football victory over once mighty Michigan State. The twisting, turning Purdue halfback picked up 193 yards on the ground in 24 carries in helping keep the boilermakers unbeaten in Big Ten Conference play. Keyes' touchdown gave him a Big Ten season record of 15, rubbing out his own mark set a week ago. He has scored 19 in all games. Purdue, beaten only by Notre Dame and Michigan State last year en route to the Rose Bowl, finished its vengeance business for the year with a convincing victory. The Boilermakers—and Keyes —scored two touchdowns in the first quarter. Keyes passed 12 yards to end Jim Beirne for the first touchdown and then caught a 20-yarder from Mike Phipps for the second. Perry Williams, the big Purdue fullback who ground out precious short gains all afternoon, rammed over the Spartan goal in the second quarter from eight yards out for the last Boilermaker touchdown. Drake Drops 45-17 Contest CARBONDALE, 111. (AP) Southern Illinois University turned the heat on in the second half Saturday and blistered Drake, 45-17. Drake scored on short runs by Jim Bean and Ron Oswalt in the second quarter to stay even with the Salukis 17-17 at halftime. In the second half the Bulldogs wilted as SIU's Barry Stein tossed two touchdown passes to John Ference and Jim McKay tossed one to Charles Spallone. It was the final game for both teams. SIU ended with a 3-7 record, Drake with 4-6. Oklahoma in 14-10 Win Over Kansas NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - A 96-yard drive, climaxed by a 30- yard touchdown pass, marched No. 7 Oklahoma into at least a Big Eight title tie and an almost certain Orange Bowl bid with a 14-10 triumph over Kansas Saturday. The Sooners, trailing 10-0 early in the third quartet* scored in the waning moments as quarterback Bob Warmack found end Steve Zabel in the open for the go-ahead touch* down. Oranges, sold by the crate load outside the Owens Stadium gates in anticipation of an Orange Bowl bid, rained down on the field. The final touchdown shattered a Kansas dream which had been masterfully constructed by Bobby Douglass. He guided his team to a 23-yard field goal by Bill Bell in the first quarter and then stepped over from the one- yard line for what appeared to be the clinching touchdown. But the Sooners, roaring back with their mighty offense, scored with Steve Owens running seven yards on the first possession after the Kansas touchdown. The only Kansas touchdown came after a Sooner punt attempt which was blocked at the Oklahoma 25 and set Kansas up at the Sooner 19. Douglass, on a fourth and one stepped in behind guard with the score. Kansas Oklahoma situation, his right 307 0-10 007 7-14 —NEA Radio-Telephoto Up and Over . . . goes cyclist Petr Dobry's mount during an up-hill race at Prague, Czechoslovakia. Bailing out in midair, Dobry landed on his feet and climbed back on the motorcycle to win the race.
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