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Clemsenln 14-6 Upset Triumph CLEMSON, S.C. (AP)-Clemson came from behind in a wind-blown game to upset 10th ranked North Carolina State, 14-6, Saturday and close in on its third consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference football title. The title will be decided when Clemson visits South Carolina next Saturday. A 20-mile-an-hour wind driving up the field was with N. C. State for a pair of first half field goals and with Clemson for its third period touchdown. An early Clemson field goal try was wide. Quarterback Jimmy Addison passed for 28 yards to halfback Buddy Gore for Clemson's firs' score. Addison set up the sec ond, a 7-yard dash by Jackie Jackson, with a 27-yard toss to Phil Rogers. State was driving at the Clemson 30 with less than three minutes left in the game when the wind lifted one of its passes into the arms of Clemson de fender Richard Luzzi in the enc zone. N. C. State again was moving in the final minute when Georg Burnett of Clemson covered a fumbled pass reception at mid field. Gerald Warren kicked 37- and 47-yard field goals in the second period to give N. C. State its 6-point halftime lead. N.C. State 0600-6 Clemson 0 0 14 0—14 imes Herald, £arro(l, la. aturday, Nov. 18, 1967 Top Rated UCLA O.J. on 64 Yard Touchdown Run LOS ANGELES (AP) — Southern California's fantastic' O.J. Simpson broke loose with a 64-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter that wrecked the undefeated season for top- ranked UCLA Saturday and sent the Trojans whirling on to the Rose Bowl with a 21-20 victory. Simpson's sensational run tied the the score at 20-20 and Rikki Aldridge kicked the extra point to give the Trojans their first victory over UCLA in three years and atone for their 3-0 loss a week ago to Oregon State. —NEA Telephoto New Single Heel . . . cleat shoe is tried on by New York Giants veteran guard Darrell Dess. The single cleat is designed to cut down on ankle and leg injuries. Stapleton: "We Just Got Beat" AMES (AP)—"We didn't look good. We just got beat." That was Coach Clay Stapleton's terse assessment of Iowa State's 28-14 loss to Oklahoma State Saturday, which ended Stapleton's 10-year reign as head Cyclone football coach. Asked if he gambled on fourth down plays more than usual Saturday, Stapleton said, "It is always a gamble if there is more than a yard to be made, but I don't have to make those decisions any more." He said Oklahoma State is a .sound team, similar to Missouri, but he was surprised at the number of Cowboys miscues. Iowa State intercepted one pass and recovered three fumbles. The coach said he replaced quarterback John Warder with sophomore Tom Butters of Fayette, Iowa because Warder was having trouble in the first half, but Stapleton said Warder improved in the second half. Best Season for Iowa Wesleyan MOUNT PLEASANT (AP)- lowa Wesleyan finished its best football season in 10 years Saturday with a,26-13 victory over Illinois College. It was the Iowa school's sixth win in nine games, and the loss concluded Illinois College's season at 1-6-1. Quarterback Joe Sanford led Iowa Wesleyan by rushing for 110 yards, passing for 38 and scoring one touchdown. Bill Tharp scored both Illinois College touchdowns on runs of three and seven yards. Iowa Wesleyan 0 7 13 Illinois College 070 6-26 6-13 Oregon State Sneaks Past Oregon 14-10 EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Oregon State overcame four fumble losses and scored twice in the last period Saturday to defeat Oregon 14-10 in a Pacific-8 football final game before 41,100. Beaver quarterback Steve Preece scored on a four-yard rollout with two minutes left. Fullback Bill Enyart punched over from one yard with 8:53 left. Oregon had led on a 27-yard field goal'by Marc Scholl in the first quarter and a fourth down touchdown run of one yard by halfback Claxton Welch in the third period. Oregon stopped two Oregon State drives in the first half when linebacker Kent Grote recovered goal line fumbles by Preece and halfback Jerry Belcher. Grote halted another drive at midfield in the third quarter by recovering another Preece fumble. Executive Director Tom Hamilton of the Pafific-8 Conference made it official that Southern Cal would go against the Big Ten representative in the big New Year's Day bowl game in Pasadena. A crowd of 90,772 jammed into Memorial Coliseum to see the annual struggle between the crosstown rivals in a game in which UCLA needed either a tie or victory to win the bowl assignment. Simpson, a junior speed merchant, began his memorable run from the Trojan's 36, ran to the left toward the USC bench, reversed the field', opened the throttle and raced on in with no one touching him. Equally brilliant was the UCLA quarterback, Gary Beban, who just a minute before had thrown a 20-yard touchdown pass to Dave 'Nuttall that put UCLA in front 20-14. But the try for the extra point by Zenon Andrusyshyn was wide to the left and the failure cost UCLA the Rose Bowl trip and possibly their No. 1 national ranking. Beban, in the Bruins' last touchdown, completed four of five passes for 57 yards of the 65-yard drive for what looked like the winning tally. UCLA halfback Greg Jones ran 12 yards on a Beban-guided drive for the Bruins' first touchdown, but a Beban pass into the flat later in the first period was Bowling EAGER BEAVERS LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Kanne Lumber Co. 38 Carroll Lumber Co. „ _. 28% Carroll Bowl 27 Schlitzers 26% B & H Super Valu 23 Carroll Refrigeration 22% Lance's Dairy 20 Darf Service 19 Ocoma Foods Co _ ~ 18 Corner Inn _ —__ 17 TEAM LEADERS— High Team Three Garnet: Iowa Loses Fifth Straight Game to Ohio State, 21-10 Kahne Lumber Co 2515 Carroll Lumber Co — 2507 Carroll Retrlgeratlon 2467 High Tram Single Game: Carroll Lumber Co 878 Kanne Lumber Co 872 Dart Service » 856 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— High Individual Three Games: Irene Mahon 526 Jeanette Brown 522 Marge Relman 518 High Individual Single Game: Irene Mahon _ - 216 Rose Stangl 205 Ann Gobllrsch 200 COMMERCIAL LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Bernholtz Locker 31 Hamms --30 Roy's Gulf 27 Helthoff Furniture 25 Sherwln-Wtlllams 24 Burgess Motors 21 Commercial Bank 20 Glidden Oil 19 Grain Belt 13 Deardufr Clothier 13 Goetzinger Const - 11 Lanesboro Grain Belters _. 6 TEAM LEADERS— Hlffli Team Three Games: Roy's Gulf : 2840 Helthotf Furniture- 2792 Bernholtz Locker 3733 High Team Single Game: Roy's Gulf — 998 Heinthoff Furniture 988 Burgess Motors - - 988 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— High Individual Three Games: Ed Hoesing - 581 Willie Lammers 573 Bob Garlock 570 High Individual SingJf^Game: Vern Heithoff .!£..... 215 Deb Pettitt 212 Ed Hoesing 206 STRIKE AND SPARE LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Jill-Ettes 24 Ten Pins - 18 Arrows Merry Makers - — 14% Loafers - — 12 Tyros 10 TEAM LEADERS— COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Reserve fullback Jim Otis scored one touchdown and cracked Iowa's defense for 149 yards Saturday, giving Ohio State a 21-10 Big Ten football victory before 72,567 fans. Otis, a 6-foot, 208-pound sophomore used only sparingly since the Illinois game three weeks ago, battered the Iowa line 35 times. The Buckeyes, scoring their fifth straight against Iowa, boosted their season's record to 5-3 and their Big Ten mark to 4-2. The Hawkeyes fell to a 1-7-1 mark and are 0-5-1 in the conference. Ohio got on the Scoreboard the first time it had the ball marching 53 yards in eigh plays with Otis making the fina seven. Gary Cairns missed the extra point. \ Iowa moved 58 yards late in -he second quarter to jump ahead when tailback Silas McKinnie crashed over from the one-yard line and Bob Anderson Dooted his 12th consecutive extra point of the season. The Bucks, capitalizing on a fumble by fullback Tim Sullivan, got the lead back with 1:09 left in the half. End Nick Roman recovered on the Hawkeye 18 and four plays later quarterback Bill Long scampered two yards to pay dirt. A two-point conversion try failed. Iowa closed the gap to 12-10 with 19 seconds remaining when Anderson kicked a 42-yard field goal. Midway in the third period Long climaxed a 13-play, 84- yard march with a 10-yarc touchdown strike to Bill Anders owa Ohio State 0 10 0 0—10 666 3—21 OSU—Otis 7 run (kick failed) Iowa—McKinnie 1 run (Anderson kick) OSU—Long 2 run (pass failed) Iowa—FG Anderson 42 OSU—Anders 10 pass from Long (pass failed) OSU-FG Cains 20 Attendance 72,567. COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Statistics of the Iowa-Ohio State football game: IOWA OSU First downs 18 21 Rushing yardage 132 284 Passing yardage 185 30 Return yardage 146 76 Passes 15-33-1 5-10-1 Punts 4-32 6-37 Fumbles lost 3 0 Yards penalized 45 50 COLLECTIVE CAMPING LISBON (AP) — Portugal is attempting to dissuade campers from setting up temporary housekeeping in areas not officially designated camping areas. A new law forbids "collective camping" anywhere outside camping or tourist parks for more than three days. Collective camping is defined as more than three tents, campers' trucks or trailers. The rolling, wooded hills of Portugal are a great holiday attraction for foreign tourists, many of them campers. Defensive end Cam Molter intercepted by Pat Cashman, who raced 55 yards for the tying touchdown. Simpson broke through the middle of the line on a 13-yard burst midway in the second, carrying two Bruin tacklers with huii, to score after Earl McCullouch rambled 52 yards on an end-around play. The Trojans High Team Three Games: Merry Makers Arrows — High Team Single Game: Merry Makers Merry Makers — Arrows .... 1535 1458 1455 538 512 503 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— High Individual Three Games: Viola Starman 538 Merry Makers 512 Arrows ——• 503 High Individual Single Game: Viola Starman 196 Viola Starman 189 Loretta Helde 188 blocked two Oregon State punts, led at the half 14-7. and linebacker George Dames recovered another fumble. Enyart was the workhorse on both Oregon State drives and finished with 160 yards in 35 carries. Oregon State 0 0 0 14-14 Oregon 307 0-10 The Gulf Stream, which is also fed by the even-warmer Caribbean Current moving up from South America, begins off the coast of Florida, veering east off Cape Hatteras. Beban hurled a 53-yard scoring strike to George Farmer early in the third quarter to tie the game 14-14. The Bruin defense contained Simpson well in the first half. Until his first touchdown, Simpson had been held to only 10 yards in 11 carries. But in the second half, things were different and he ended up with 177 yards in 30 carries. 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