Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 20, 1967 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, November 20, 1967
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Sooners and Vols to Miami- Trojans in Rose Bowl I By The Associated Pre*« The Southern California Trojans kept their eyes on the flying ball, and it led them into the Rose Bowl. Southern Cal, ranked fourth nationally, realized the kicks of lop-ranked UCLA's soccer-style placement specialist. Zenon Andrusyshyn, look a low trajec- tors. The realization helped propel the Trojans to a 21-20 victory Saturday, a day when th« line-up for the major bowl games began to take shape. Slacking the center of the 'line. Southern Cal sent 6-foot-8 Rill Hayhoe and 6-foot-4 Tony Terry crashing through, arms outstretched, to block two field Adding Machines '64' 5 A up STONE'S goal attempts. The pressure also came to bear when Andrusyshyn missed his first field goal attempt and also his conversion try after UCLA's third touchdown. Elsewhere, Minnesota moved to within one game of nailing down the other Rose Bowl berth, Tennessee and Oklahoma earned unofficial invitation to the Orange Bowl and Wyoming and Louisiana State apparently made the Sugar Bowl. UCLA, now 7-1-1 with Syracuse still to play, kept their eyes on O.J. Simpson, but on two plays they couldn't get—or keep —their hands on him. Simpson, who rushed for 177 yards on 30 carries, ran 13 and 64 yards for TDs as the Trojans finished the regular season with a 9-1 record. Gai-y Beban passed for 301 yards and two UCLA touchdowns. Curt Wilson ran for four touchdowns and passed for another as Minnesota, 7-2 overall, thrashed Indiana 33-7 and tied the Hoosiers in the Big Ten at 5-1. If Indiana, 8-1 over-all, beats third-ranked Purdue, the Hoosiers will clinch the Rose Bowl berth even if Minnesota beats 2 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, Nov. 20, 1967 winless Wisconsin. Indiana wold get the bid over Minnesota because the Hoosiers have never gone to the Rose Bowl. Tailback Walt Chadwick ran for one TD and passed for another as Tennessee, ranked second and now 7-1, beat Mississippi 20-7. The Volunteers still have to get by lowly Vanderbilt and Kentucky to win their first Southeastern Conference crown since 1956. Oklahoma, 7-1, rallied from a 10-0 deficit and clinched a tie for the Big Eight title with a 14-10 victory over Kansas. The Soon- ers won it on Bob Warmack's 30-yard TD pass to Steve Zabel. Wyoming also had trouble before beating Texas-El Paso 21-19. Jerry DePoyster's second field goal of the game put the Cowboys ahead 21-19, and then they had to sweat out a ruling by the officials. Jerry Waddles of Texas-El Paso tried a 45-yard field goal with 20 seconds left. One official ruled it was good, another ruled it missed. After a consultation, the try was ruled wide and Wyoming finished its regular schedule with a 10-0 mark. 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Kenny Stabler hit Dennis Homan for a 38- yard TD pass — the first scoring pass completed against South Carolina this season. The host spot for the Cotton Bowl still remains open, four teams still having a shot at the Southwest Conference championship and the bowl. Texas A&M beat Rice 18-3 and leads the conference with a 5-1 mark and can win the title by beating Texas, upset 24-17 by Texas Christian Saturday, on Thanksgiving Day. But there's still a chance for a four-way tie as Texas Tech, tied with Texas at 4-2, and TCU, 3-2, still are alive. Tech edged Baylor 31-29 on Kenny Vineyard's 37-yard field goal with 30 seconds left. Kansas Picked For Cage Crown KANSAS CITY (AP) - Big Eight basketball coaches all predicted they would be as good or better than last year, then put Coach Ted Owens of Kansas in the hot seat as the title favorite in their annual preseason meeting here Monday. . Owens was gratified. He said "I'm happy we have enough talent that people consider us of championship caliber." "Every team should be improved, including our own," he added. "If Kansas is to win, it must be better." Glen Anderson, Iowa State coach, said Kansas has to be the favorite on paper, "but favorites don't alawys win." Anderson said his team, built around center Don Smith, will be better because he has some sophomores competing for starting jobs. "We always say everyone is going to be stronger," said Tex Winter, K-State coach. "This year we have the statistics to bear it out. Eight of the top 10 scorers and seven of the top 10 rebounders are back. Two new coaches, Norm Stewart of Missouri and John McLeod of Oklahoma, outlined their plans for improved clubs. Nebraska's Joe Cipriano said his squad's 13-game trip to Mexico last summer can be considered an asset. 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However, he probably will present his selection to a meeting next Sunday of the school athletic council, which will give formal approval of the choice. Bob Watson, the chief assistant to Iowa football Coach Ray Nagel, said Sunday he is interested in the Iowa State post. "The job is a great opportunity," said Watson, who handles defensive coaching chores for the Hawkeyes. "I think the world of Clayton and feel he will make an excellent athletic director." Watson, 39, came to Iowa in 1965 after serving as an assistant under Nagel at Utah. Watson and Stapleton were coaching aides to Tommy Prothro at Oregon State during the 1950s. "Nobody has an 'inside' on the job," said Stapleton Sunday. "I just want to find the very best coach we can." The Cyclones picked a bad Way Saturday to say farewell to their coach, who now will devote fulltime to the athletic directorship he assumed last summer. Iowa State looked pretty miserable in being humbled 28-14 by an Oklahoma State team that had scored a total of only 32 points in its previous seven outings. "I don't think Iowa State looked particularly good at all," remarked Stapleton. "But I can't blame the players for not giving a better effort. The kids are tired physically and mentally—we've been through a tough, long season." Reflecting on his last campaign, Stapleton said, "I, of course, had hoped for a better season. I didn't think the Big Eight would be so tough. "Oklahoma State's in the second division and by all logic should be one of the weaker teams. But they beat Arkansas and Colorado, and it's hard to believe they're that weak." Bowling NITE KAPPERS LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS KCIM AM-FM Carroll Bowl Inc H & H Frozen Foods Swede's Rupiper Wool Buyers Surge Lefties „ Grouse Cartage Co. Breda Schlitzern __ Budwelser ... Belter Mobil Oil Western Buyers Peters Motors Inc. . TEAM LEADERS— 31 27 27 27 26 25 24 21 17 3 Team Three Game*: Swede s Rupiper Wool Buyers"™ H & H Frozen Foods _ High Team Single Game: Rupiper Wool Buyers Swede's _.... H & H Frozen Foods" __ INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— High Individual Three Games! John Lohman Lanny Dvorak Joe Starman High Individual Single Game: Joe Starman Norman Klaus John Lohman . 2784 2672 2661 624 599 598 226 223 222 BLOCKBUSTER LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Moorman's Feed, Templeton 32 Bud's Tavern ....;,..._ og Hamms Beer . 28 Juereens Produce 28 Knights of Columbus . 27 Moorman's Feed, Maple River 27 Swan Lake Concession 27 Paul & Wayne's Tigges Tavern Hyland Texaco Schlitz Beer Schmidt Beer . TEAM LEADERS— High Team Three Games: Hamms Beer Swan Lake Concession _. Juergens Produce High Team Single Game: Hamms Beer Paul & Wayne's . Hamms Beer INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Hith Individual Three Games: Bob Carver ___ John Lohman Roy Lemker , Mich Individual Single Game: John Lohman Bob Carver . Bob Carver 25 24 19 15 4 2943 2861 2826 1012 1008 1007 612 596 559 235 215 213 PINSPLITTERS LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Snappy Popcorn . 33 Lougnran & Kraus . Carroll Bowl Larry's Feed &'Seed_ Sharp's Funeral Home Breda Storz Al's Corner Zeke's Place Breda C.O.F. Int. Harvester . Moorman Feeds Brincks Farm Supply TEAM LEADERS-— High Team Three Games! Larry's Feed & Seed Breda C.O.F. , 37 30 , 30 Snappy Popcorn High Team Single Game: Snapy Popcorn , 2745 2713 , 2709 979 942 927 Larry's Feed & Seed _____ Breda C.O.F. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— High Individual Three Games: Howard Helsterkamp 585 Nell Polking 555 Caryl Helm . _, 549 High Individual Single Game: Howard Helsterkamp . 233 Daryl Helm ....—, 213 Lester Schleisman 212 Big 10 Victory Eludes Hawkeyes COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)-All of a sudden, Iowa's opportunities for averting a winless Big Ten football season for the second time in three years have been shaved to one. But It appears the odds won't be on the hapless Hawks side when they close out against Illinois at Iowa City next Saturday. Illinois has managed only two league victories in six games this fall, but both were over teams that conquered Iowa- Northwestern and Ohio State. Ohio State turned on its typical brute force here Saturday to bang out a 21-10 victory over Iowa. And there are a number of Hawkeyes who will agree with Coach Woody Hayes statement that his team came up with its "hardest hitting" of the year. Star quarterback Ed Podolak, back in action after missing two games with a broken rib, suffered a bad bruise just below the rib injury. The rangy signal caller said the bruise, suffered midway through the second quarter, hampered his running and throwing the rest of the way. Si McKinnie, who has been hampered with a thigh and toe injuries, also received a rib injury and sat out much of the last half. Fullback Tim Sullivan was dazed on a bruising first half play and, although he played after intermission, he only carried the ball once. Paul Laaveg also was knocked glassy-eyed on a play in addition to suffering an ankle injury. Coach Ray Nagel said the Hawks were forced to make some extensive adjustments in their offensive formations because of the injuries. But he was quick to give Ohio State credit. "I don't think they made a mistake," he said, "they were hard-hitting and they kept the pressure on all the way." The Hawks' chief tormentor was fullback Jim Otis, a pulverizing runner who had lost his No. 1 spot to a sophomore. Otis ripped for 149 yards in 35 carries and scored one touchdown. The Buckeyes got on the Scoreboard the first time they had the ball, driving 53 yards in eight plays with Otis making the final seven. Iowa retaliated and went ahead 7-6 early in the second period when McKinnie cracked over from the one and Bob Anderson kicked his 12th straight extra point of the year. But the Buckeyes, capitalizing on a fumble by Sullivan, grabbed back the lead for good with 1:09 left in the half. After Ohio State recovered the bobble on the Hawk 18, it took three plays to move it to the two, from where quarterback Bill Long scored. The Hawkeyes closed the gap to 12-10 with 19 seconds left in the half when Anderson kicked a 42-yard field goal. However, Long hit Bill Anders with a 10-yard scoring pass, climaxing an 84-yard march, in the third quarter, and the Buckeyes came up with a field goal in the final quarter to put it away. The Bucks' ferocious defense forced Iowa to fumble the ball away three times and the Hawks had one pass intercepted. Chicago Bombs Cardinals, 30-3 By The Associated Press The Chicago Bears, who spent half a season prying open the bomb bay doors, have started dropping blockbusters all around the National Football League. Chicago, which failed to complete a touchdown pass until the closing minutes of its seventh game, blasted St. Louis 30-3 Sunday as Jack Concannon tossed scoring bombs of 51, 67 and 93 yards. A week ago, sub quarterback Larry Rakestraw stepped in after Concannon was shaken up in the second quarter and unleashed three TD passes in a 347 triumph over the New York Giants. "I guess you have to give Larry a little credit for my big day today," Concannon said after riddling the Cardinals' defense for 320 air yards. "Sometimes, these things can be contagious." The Bears' third straight victory squared their season record at 5-5 in the NFL's Central Division. The loss dropped the Cards, 5-4-1, out of first place in the wide-open Century Division race. Cleveland, 6-4, grabbed the Century lead by edging Minnesota 14-10 on Leroy Kelly's three-inch TD plunge with 28 seconds to play. The Giants, 5-5, also stayed in contention, one game off the Browns' pace, with a 28-20 victory over Pittsburgh—but lost running back Tucker Frederickson for the remainder of the season when he suffered torn ligaments in his right knee. Unbeaten Baltimore drubbed Detroit 41-7; 'Los Angeles downed Atlanta 31-3; Green Bay blanked San Francisco 13-0; Washington surprised Dallas 2720 and Philadelphia smashed New Orleans 48-21. The eight-game program established a one-day NFL attendance mark of 482,999, the per- game average topping 60,000 for the first time ever. The Bears spotted St. Louis a first-period field goal by Jim Bakken before moving ahead to stay on Coneannon's six-yard run, which capped a 70-yard drive. Concannou's 93-yard bomb to Dick Gordon—longest TD pass play in the league this year- then touched off a 20-point second period burst. Concannon also pitched 51 yards to Bob Jones and 67 yards to Gordon for touchdowns. Kelly's second touchdown of the game carried Cleveland past the Vikings after Walter Johnson recovered Dave Osborn's fumble on the Browns' 47 with 3:28 remaining. Kelly carried four times for 40 yards- including the final inches—on the winning march. The Giants lost Frederickson and defensive tackle Jim Moran, who broke his left leg, in the first period. But Randy Minniear, subbing for Frederickson, scored two touchdowns and Fran Tarkenton passed 35 yards to Aaron Thomas for another as New York overcame an early 60 deficit. Costly Win By Raiders Over Miami By The Associated Press It was a "must" game fo Oakland, one the Raiders had tt win to stay atop the Wester* Division standings in the American Football League. But the price they paid for it may have been too high. Clem Daniels, their leading rusher and No. 4 in the league, and linebacker Bill Laskey went out with ankle injuries—Daniels possibly with a fracture— in the Raiders' 31-17 victory over Miami Sunday. Both Daniels and Laskey are expected to miss the Thanksgiving Day game against tough Kansas City while San Diego, only one half game back, plays a weak Denver team. San Diego stayed clot* with a 17-16 edge over Kansas City, Denver nipped Buffalo 21-20 and New York held off Boston 29-24 in the other AFL games. Daryle LaMonica threw touchdown passes of 8,9 and 46 yards to Billy Cannon for all the points Oakland needed to beat the young expansion team from Miami. Daniels bowled over from the one for another touchdown, his sixth of the season. For the year, he has rushed for 575 yards on 130 carries and has taken 16 passes for 204 more yards In the game he rushed eight times for 35 yards and took two passes for 32. 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