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Texas Aggies in Cotton Bowl— Sooners Beat Huskers, 21-14 By The Associated Press No one gave Texas A&M a ghost of a chance to win the Southwest Conference football championship when the Aggies lost their first four games of the season to Southern Methodist. Purdue. Louisiana State and Florida Stale. But they didn't reckon with tlie heroics of quarterback Edd Hargett from the little Texas town of Linden. He beat Texas Tech by running for a touchdown as time ran out, threw three touchdown passes to beat Arkansas, hurled two TD passes to beat Baylor and on Thursday hurled an 80-yard pass In the last quarter that beat Texas 10-7. Their sixth straight victory not only gave the Aggies the SWC title and an automatic spot in the Cotton Bowl against Alabama on New Year's Day. It also put the University of Miami Hurricanes in the Bluebonnet Bowl against Colorado Dec. 23 at Houston. Oklahoma, fifth-ranked in The Associated Press poll and already picked to oppose second- ranked Tennessee in the Orange Bowl at. Miami, also came from behind to down Nebraska 21-14. A crowd of 60,045 at Lincoln, Neb. plus a national television audience saw the Sooners beat the Cornhuskers on a 23-yard run by Eddie Hinton. The victory clinched the undisputed Big Eight crown for the Sooners Times Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, Nov. 24, 1967 who end their regular season next week against Oklahoma State. Virginia Military edged Virginia Tech 12-10 in the 63rd renewal of the Military Classic of the South at Roanoke, Va., and Toledo crushed Villanova 52-6 at Toledo in other major games on Thanksgiving Day. A seven-yard pass from Russ Quay to John Hince with 2% minutes left gave the VMI Key- dels their winning TD over VPI. John Schneider hurled touchdown passes of 51 and 63 yards and Roland Moss scored three TDs to lead Toledo over Villanova. It was the ninth straighl victory for the Rockets, co-champi- ons of the Mid-American Conference. Southern Mississippi walloped Louisiana Tech 58-7, Idaho State edged Portland Stale 22-21, Middle Tennessee downed Tennessee Tech 33-20 and Hofslra blanked C. W. Post, 19-0 in olher Turkey Day rivalries. A capacity crowd of 50,000 at College Station, Tex., cheered Hargell after his winning TD pass lo Bob Long lhal pulled the Aggies from behind a 10-7 deficit lo beal Texas in Ihe 74lh game of the storied series. The Aggies had the ball on their own 20 when Hargett faded back and threw the ball far down field. Long grabbed it on the Texas 36 and ran Ihe resl of Ihe way. Podolak to Guide Iowa On Saturday IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) It's a now-or-never situation for Iowa's football team Saturday when the injury-hampered Hawkeyes reactivate their once- spirited rivalry with Illinois after a 15-year lapse. If the Hawks don't win their season-ender, they will wind up last in the Big Ten for the fourth straight year. A victory undoubtedly would lift the Hawkeyes out of the depths, since the other cellar- dweller, Wisconsin, is expected to fall before tough Minnesota. Coach Ray Nagel says star quarterback Ed Podolak will be able lo face the Illini, but he doesn't know how effective the junior signal caller will be. Podolak suffered a bad back bruise in last weekend's game at Ohio State, after missing the previous two matches because of a broken rib. 346-2859 '14th & Douglas JMUSICAU 3-.OVE STORY* MNAVISK)N> rtCHWCOUm* VF FROM WARNER BRO«^EVINART» »CHtDUL« AND MICW MATINEES: 2 p.m. W.dn»«d.y Sat. Sun. A MothtaM 8 p.m. __ fl.T* *».»> Fricn includ* Nibr. Mail orders filled promptly. Write direct to theatre stating number of tickets, date & performance time desired. Please enclose self- addressed, stamped envelope. Ed sat on the sidelines during Iowa's first two practice sessions this week. The rest of Iowa's backfield was pretty banged up in Ihe Ohio test, but Nagel said everbyody is generally in good shape. A lie with Wisconsin has been Iowa's only accomplishment this fall since an opening conquest of Texas Christian. Illinois is 3-6 over-all. The teams have met six common foes: Indiana beat Iowa 21-17 and Illinois 20-7; Minnesota whipped Iowa 10-0 and Illinois 10-7; Notre Dame won 56-6 from Iowa and 47-7 from Illinois, and Purdue downed Iowa 41-22 and Illinois 42-9. However, Illinois dropped Northwestern 27-21, while the Wildcats beat Iowa 39-24, and Ohio State, 21-10 winner over Iowa, was defeated by Illinois 17-14. Big gun of the Illini attack is fullback Rich Johnson, who averages about four yards per carry. Dean Volkman, a reserve who took over a quarterback after the No. 1 man was injured, has compleled 43 per cent of his passes, with John Wright-his favorite target. The two once were big rivals, but Iowa-Illinois series was discontinued after the 1952 game. Illinois won the last 11 meetings, and Iowa's last victory over the Illini was in 1941. A crowd of only about 40,000 is expected for the 1:30 p.m. kickoff. Want Ads Pay You Cash For Your Don't Wants MUTUAL FUNDS CHANNING GROWTH CHANNING BALANCED CHANNING INCOME CHANNING STOCK CHANNING SPECIAL Charming Co Inc. P.O. Box 1350 BATTLE CREEK, MICH. Representatives Theo. W. Happe Orville J. Murphy Carroll, Iowa Kemp Listed as Clay's Successor (By Iowa Dally Promt Ainn.) AMES — Iowa Stale now is officially in the market for a new head football coach. Clay Stapletort has closed out a 20-year coaching career, including ten years at Iowa Slale as Ihe Cyclones head mentor. From now on, it is Athletic Director Clay Staplelon. And one of the firsl duties that he will have to perform is to help select his successor. The school's athlelic board is scheduled to meet this weekend when Staplelon may present a list of four names as possible choices. Most speculation in recent weeks has centered around assistant Paul Kemp, who was an outstanding athlete at Waterloo in the late 1940's and later at the University of Iowa. Kemp came to Iowa Stale from Arizona Slale where, as head backfield coach, he developed a number of fine backs. Al Iowa Slate he has had overall charge of Iowa Slate's offense. Other names being mentioned include Bill Weeks, Rod Rusl, Lou McCullough and Bob Wai- son. Weeks has been al New Mexico the past eighl seasons. His club finished 1-9, the third straighl losing season, bul his career mark shows a 41-41-1 record. Paul Kemp Gophers Favored For Pasadena Bid CHICAGO (AP) - The Big Ten football season comes down lo a wild finish Salurday, with Minnesota or Indiana grabbing the Rose Bowl ticket. The most likely candidate for the Pasadena trip seems to be Minnesota, which probably will defeat Wisconsin while Purdue douses Indiana's hopes and captures outright possession of the Big Ten title for the first time since 1929. The Boilermakers are ineligible for the Rose Bowl under the COMPLETE INSURANCE Just Dial 4324 Answer* Your 7 D> TWO WAY SAVINGS FOR YOU. IF YOU ARE A SAFE DRIVER If you're a safer than average driver, we've got something special for you. Our "Economy Auto Policy" has better rates for you if you have a good driving record. In addition, there is a worth while savings because it "packages" your protection as a driver and a car owner to give you more value for less money. Call our office for details without any obligation. PROBLEMS no-repeat rule. The Gophers are a 14-point favorite at home lo defeal the Badgers and finish with a 6-1 conference mark, pointing them toward Pasadena for the second lime since Ihe 1962 New Year's Day game in which Ihey Irim- med UCLA 21-3. Wisconsin is winless for the season and never has wound up Ihis way since 1889. Also, the Badgers always have been tough for Minnesota, holding an 8-4-1 bulge over Murray War- malh-coached learns. The series is Ihe oldest in the Big Ten, being played every year except 1906 since 1890. Purdue, unbeaten in Ihe conference and ranked Ihird na- titonally, goes to Indiana, 5-1, in the intense Old Oaken Buckel rivalry. The Boilermakers won lasl year 51-6 and Coach John Ponl hasn't let his Hoosiers forget it this week. Indiana is a 14-point underdog and a loss would deprive the Hoosiers of their first Rose Bowl trip. Announcement of the Big Ten Rose Bowl representalive will be made by Commissioner Bill Reed Saturday night. "The conference's athletic directors will vole on sending the most representative team," said Reed. "In case of a tie in the voting, Ihe team lhal lasl made the trip will be eliminated." In other finales, Illinois 2-4 is al Iowa (0-5-1), Ohio Stale (4-2) >at Michigan (3-3), and Northwestern (2-4) al Michigan Slale (2-4). The oddsmakers favor Illinois by Ihree poinls, Michigan by seven, and Michigan Stale by 10. DOLEZAL STONE'S CARROLL, IOWA Office Supplies See us for your office equipment. Desks, Chairs, Stands. Filing Cabinets. Nebraska had rallied from behind 13-0 score to lead Oklahoma 14-13 at halftime before the Sooners pulled it out in the last quarter. A short Nebraska punt gave Oklahoma the ball on the Husker 33. A 10-yard pass, Bob Warmack to Sieve Zabel, preceded Hin- lon's 23-yard sprinl for Ihe winning TD. Nebraska had been expected lo land a Liberty Bowl bid in the event of a victory over Oklahoma, but the Huskers' defeat did not definitely eliminate them of the chance to meel Georgia at Memphis Dec. 16. "I wouldn't say the loss to Oklahoma eliminated Nebraska," said A. F. "Bud" Dudley, president of the Liberty Bowl. "Nebraska put up a great game." Miami, whose coach, Charlie Tale, is miffed at not being invited to the Orange Bowl, accepted Ihe bid to Ihe Bluebonnel against Colorado after Texas A&M's victory. Lou Hassell, chairman of the Bluebonnet Selection Committee, made the announcement in Houston. The Hurricanes, who play Notre Dame in the Orange Bowl at Miami tonight, had been a standby selection pending the outcome of the Texas A&M-Texas game. The bowl picture will be further clarified on Saturday when the opponents of Southern California in the Rose Bowl and Penn Stale in the Gator Bowl will be determined. It will be either Minnesola or Indiana against Southern California, No. 1 in the AP poll. Minnesota takes on winless Wisconsin at Minneapolis while Indiana meets No. 3 Purdue at Bloomington. If the Hoosiers can upset Purdue they will lie for the Big Ten lille, assuming Minnesola whips Wisconsin. In that case Indiana will get the Rose Bowl trip since the Hoosiers has never been to Pasadena. The winner of the Florida- Florida Stale game at Jacksonville will gel Ihe bid to the Gator Bowl against Penn Stale Dec. 30. In Ihe event of a tie, Florida Stale is reported to have the inside track. Syracuse, which has eliminated itself from consideration for any bowl, plays UCLA on the West Coast in another leading game Saturday. In others, Tennessee is at Kentucky, Harvard at Yale, Colorado at Air Force, Houston at Tulsa, Wichita State at Colorado Stale U., Georgia at Georgia Tech, Arizona at Arizona Stale and Ulah Slale at San Diego Stale. In the latler game, San Diego, No. 1 learn in the final AP small college poll of the season, will try to beat a team in Ihe major calegory. Dallas and Raiders Get Title Chance By The Associated Press Thanks lo Dallas' Bob Hayes and Oakland's stingy defense, Ihe Cowboys and Raiders used Thanksgiving Day lo move closer to a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. Hayes sped to three long- yardage touchdowns lhat sparked the Cowboys to a 46-21 victory over SI. Louis Thursday nighl in Ihe Collon Bowl and senl them nearer Ihe Nalional Football League's Capital Division litle and a holiday season shol at the NFL championship and Super Bowl. Just the FACTS, Sir! Mike Houlihan Houlihan All-Stater In College WAYNE, NEB. — Mike Houlihan, former all-slaler from Carroll Kuemper, was one of Iwo Wayne Stale freshmen fool- ball players named to the All- Nebraska College Conference learn. Houlihan was named to a first team offensive guard post on the all-star squad selected by conference coaches. As a member of the Carroll Kuemper team a year ago, Houlihan was a sland-out in the line and was named to a fourth team all state berlh. Joining Heulihan on the college all-star squad was freshman teammate Sam Singleton, Elizabeth, N.J., and offensive tackle Terry Christensen, a junior, Forl Dodge, Iowa. Wayne Slale placed four plaers on Ihe all-slar defensive unit They include Dave Bross, Minneapolis, Minn., tackle Darrell Fenton, Aurora, 111., Doug Barry, Bailie Creek, Neb., and cornerback Ron Fox, Ponca, Neb. Bross and Fenton are seniors and, Barry and Fox are juniors. Honorable mention included Wayne Staters Roger Parr, Scribner, Neb., end; Steve Gun- Iher, LeMars, Iowa quarterback; Jerry Luedlke, Omaha, Neb. end; Roscoe Goodpasture, Norfolk, Neb. defensive end; and Chuck Lellos, Chicago, 111. defensive guard. Timmerman's 36 Paces Breda Past St. Mary's, 76-60 STORM LAKE - Dean Timmerman's 36 point scoring spree paced Breda (St. Bernard's) past St. Mary's, 76-60, in a baskelball opener here Wednesday. The visiting Bobcats hit 52 .per cenl from the field and had three players in double figures. Tom Steinkamp gol 17 poinls and Glen Kosler contributed 11. Breda broke in front 17-11 in the first quarter and ran up a 36-22 halftime lead. Bill McCoy with 23 and Jay Lenhart with 19 were top scorers for the losers. The St. Mary's "B" squad won a 52-30 test in the opener. Next action for Breda will be against Danbury Catholic at Breda next Tuesday nighl. Hunter Timetable For Goose and Duck Hunters CENTRAL STANDARD TIME Nov. 24—6:48 a.m. to 4:52 p.m. Nov. 25—6:49 a.m. to 4:52 p.m. Nov. 26—6:50 a.m. to 4:51 p.m. Nov. 27—6:15 a.m. to 4:51 p.m. DALE TEXTOR 514Va N. 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"This country is not for us," asserted Harry Edwards of San Jose State College in announcing unanimous approval of his plan at a meeting attended by 200 young Negroes. Outside the South-Central Los Angeles church, where the three-day Black Youth Conference was taking place Thursday, violence erupted between a Black Power group and a small leftist band of pickets shouting obsceneties and yelling such •taunts as, "Bourgeois Negroes!" One man was cut severely on the face, another shot in the wrist. The meeting itself was not disturbed. Edwards said 50 amateur sports figures atlended and endorsed the Olympic walkout. Among them were Lew Alcindor and Mike Warren, basket ball stars of the University of Cali'ornia at Los Angeles, and Tommie Smith and Lee Evans of the world- record mile relay team from San Jose State. Edwards said the group also included Otis Burrell, former Nevada high jumper, UCLA hurdler Ron Copeland and Hal Griffin, UCLA football player. In addition, he said he has communicated with athletes throughout the Western states and they will "go along." Although none of the U.S. Olympic teams has been picked, Edwards said Negro athletes supporting a boycott were among those most likely to be chosen for the games next October in Mexico City. The possibility that their position may soften by that time was ruled out by Edwards, a sociology teacher and former track and basketball star at San Jose State whose discus mark still stands as a school record. "This is our way of pointing out," he said, "that the United Stales has no right to set itself up as a leader of the free world. It's a simple fact that America has to be exposed for what it is —America is just as guilty as South Africa ever was." Racial segregation is the government policy of South Africa. He said he expects all Negro athleles in the United Slates to stay away from the Olympics because "these people have to live in black communities and this will have a bearing on whether they compete." Smith, who holds the world's record of 19.5 seconds in the 200 meters and the 220-yard dash, said earlier this month he would "give my right arm to win a gold medal in the Olympics." He said Thursday, however, that he would join a boycott. "I am quite willing not only to give up participation in the games but also my life if necessary," Smith told the San Jose Mercury News, "if it means that it will open a door or channel by which the oppression and injustice suffered by my people in America can be alleviated." The brief violence outside the church took place shortly before the meeting ended, when 50 followers of Ron Karenga, a militant California Black Power leader, clashed with the leftisl group, one of whom was while, the rest Negro. 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