The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 27, 1970 · 22
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npy'wiyr'i A(J iT'l'm liffnf8'biiriTlfflitf ri vp o 'Huskers Ogden Standard-Examiner Tuesday October 27 1970 For Unbeaten M KANSAS CITY Mo (UPI)r Nebraska has not won six football games and tied ’another this season because the Com-huskers lack superior athletes Coach Bob Devaney has a tub full and two of the finest offensive tackle Bob Newton and linebacker Jerry Murtaugh answered questions Monday via a telephone hookup from Lincoln Neb Both have been named Big Eight Lineman of the Week this season and Newton a 6-4 248-pounder has been nominated four times This represents the most times an offensive line-man has ever been nominated both for a career and ’a season Both Newton and Murtaugh seemed confident the Cornhus-kers could complete their schedule without being beaten “We have a good team and we know we can win all our games” said Newton “We all know we’re not going to lose” LITTLE PRESSURE “Sure there’s a little pressure in going unbeaten” said Murtaugh “but a good football team can handle it We think we have a real good chance of going all the way The way we’re going now I think it’ll be hard for anybody to beat us” Asked if that kind of talk was going to make coach Bob Devaney wince Murtaugh said “Well he probably won’t admit it but he probably feels the same way” Bowl talk has been running rampant in Lincoln for some time and most figure the Cornhuskers assuming they go unbeaten will be headed for Miami and the Orange Bowl Classic Newton and Murtaugh however didn’t indicate that was their preference WANT NO 1 TEAM “I’d just like to play Texas or Notre Dame” said Newton “Whoever is ranked No 1 I’d rather play that one” “I’ll just follow Bob along on that” said Murtaugh “We’re going for No 1” It’s known that the Cotton Bowl would like nothing better than a Nebraska-Texas matchup while the Orange Bowl would seem to be thinking of a Notre Dame-Nebraska confrontation Texas however will not play Arkansas until Dec 5 so the Cotton Bowl probably will have to wait until then to know which will be its host team TOUGH CHALLENGE Nebraska will face one of its toughest challenges Saturday when it visits Colorado in Boulder The Buffaloes are known for their ability to win at home “There’s nothing different about playing out there” said Murtaugh “The altitude doesn’t affect you It might a little in the head Colorado has a real good team but I think we have a good chance to win” One thing is certain: There’s no lack of confidence on the Nebraska football team Robettson Unusual Mb Knew ' Secret of Living By MILTON RICHMAN NEW YORK (UPI) -Sherry Robertson had the same advice for everybody Quit worrying! His motto was a classic ot simplicity “Everything is gonna get better” Sherry R o b e r tson would always say “So why worry?” Sherry Robertson had the i real secret of living Happiness He wasn’t a miser about it either He was glad to share what he had with everyone Last Friday evening around 8 Calvin Griffith the President of the Minnesota Twins picked up the telephone and called Tom Mee the Twins’ Director of Public Relations at his k°“This is Calvin Griffith” he began ‘I don’t feel so good tonight I’ll tell you why My brother Sherry got killed m a car wreck” VERY CLOSE 260 the following year He moved into the front office after he was through playing and at the time of his death he was helpng his brother Calvin run the Twins as vice president and farm director of the club Packers7 Rich Moore Will Undergo Surgery MATT SNELL hard-hitting fullback for the New York Jets reports to New York’s Lenox Hill Hospital on crutches for recent treatment SnJl on his way to his best season ruptured his Achilles tendon in Oct 4 gi une against But-faio and will be out of action for remainder of the pro football season NORTHWESTERN TOUGH GREEN BAY (UPI)— The Green Bay Packers got more bad news from the sick bay Monday when doctors told them defensive tackle Rich Moore would have to undergo surgery Tuesday to repair a pulled Achilles tendon Moore injured the tendon in ’a 30-17 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles— a hard-played game that saw several other players also sent to the sidelines with injuries Eagles’ halfback Tom Woode-shick broke a bone in his ankle ’and will be lost for the season Packers’ center Ken Bowman fullback Travis Williams quarterback Bart Starr and defensive end Marty Amsler also were injured with Bowman and Williams the most seriously hurt DISLOCATED SHOULDER Bowman had a dislocated shoulder and Coach Phil Bengtson said there was a chance he would be able to play next Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers on the West Coast Williams suffered 'a sprained ankle which was badly swollen when he reported to the Packers’ training room Monday “It doesn’t look good” Bengtson said Starr already hurting from a variety of injuries suffered a couple of more bumps to an already ailing arm but Beng-tsen said “it looks like he will be all right” Amsler who was added to the Packers’ squad just prior to Sunday’s game pulled a leg muscle and should be ready to play next week Hayes Fears Mext Foe Sherry Robertson and Calvin Griffith were very close even for brothers They were among five boys and two girls adopted by their uncle Clark Griffith the Washington Senators’ late owner Clark Griffith and his wife were childless so what they did with Calvin was change his name legally and bring him up as their own son Sherry and Calvin loved to play baseball as kids and later with the elder Griffith’s blessing both put in time in the minors naturally in the Senators’ system Of the two Sherry showed more playing ability He made it to the big leagues with the Senators in 1940 stayed with them until 1952 and then was dealt to the A’s As a left-handed hitting shortstop third baseman and outfielder Sherry Robertson never compared with such Washington greats as Joe Cronin Buddy Lewis or Sam Rice but he did give an acceptable account of himself and was anything but a drawback He hit 251 with 11 homers and 42 RBIs in 1949 and League Play Ends Friday Regular league play in the Weber County junior high school football league will end Friday with three games Roy will go after a perfect record as it visits Bell while Wahlquist will be at North Ogden and Sand Ridge at Soutn Roy and North Ogden already winners in their respective di-vision will playoff for the league championship on Nov 6 Standings: Northern Division W L North Ogden 5 1 Sand Ridge 2 4 Wahlquist 1 5 Southern Division W L 6 0 3 3 1 5 Roy Bell South “He had a wonderful outlook on life always cheerful and happy” says Billy Martin the former Minnesota manager who now manages Detroit and was with Robertson hunting pheasant and geese before he was killed “No matter how tired Sherry ever would be he s always find the energy and time to be hospitable I remember in spring training how he’d always have what he called his ‘Happy Hour’ It was open to anyone and everyone Sherry made sure you came along It didn’t matter whether it was for a drink a little fun or some good conversation He wanted everybody to be like he was happy” Sherry Robertson was only ol when he died driving all alone in his car after hunting near a little town called Houghton in South Dakota but his brother Calvin says “he enjoyed 70 years of life the way he lived” Nobody is sure yet what happened to Sherry last Friday that caused the car he was driving to go off the road and hit a tree They aren’t sure if he fell asleep at the wheel blacked out or what All the police can say for sure is he 1U was driving within the speed 1000 limit he had his seat belt on 500 'and there was no one else In 167 the car with him ROGER RISCHER LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION OAKLAND (UPI) — Former California heavyweight champion Roger Rischer was in critical condition Monday night with one bullet wound in the head and four others in his back Rischer 37 was shot early Monday morning in Oakland’s California Hotel He was rushed to Highland Hospital for immediate surgery A nursing supervisor reported Rischer’s condition had improved only slightly following the operation Police said they were seeking another hotel resident suspected of the shooting Several per" sons reported hearing a loud argument followed by gunshots in one of the hotel rooms ABLE PEOPLE We’ve got to find some replacements” Bengtson said “We have ’able people here Of course there’s a limit to what you can stand” Moore’s injury is the second such to the Green Bay starting defensive unit this year Linebacker Dave Robinson underwent a similar operation two weeks ago and is lost for the season Offensive halfback Dave Hampton is also recuperating from surgery He had an abscess removed from his abdomen j Bengtson said there were I several alternatives to his defensive line problem— the most likely ones moving Bob Brown to tackle and playing Clancy Williams ‘at end and substituting Kevin Hardy for I Moore COLUMBUS Ohio (UPI) - A( picture is worth a thousand j words or at least more than a i3-3 record when Ohio State ! coach Woody Hayes is sizing up I his next opponent I Hayes knows his team will not be facing a break-even type team Saturday when Alexj Agase brings his Northwestern Wildcats to Ohio Stadium to face the No 1 ranked Buckeyes “They are in all the pictures we have of them a real fine footbah team” Hayes said Monday at his weekly press luncheon Northwestern playing its us-usla suicide schedule opened the season with losses to Notre Dame (35-14) UCLA (12-7) and SMU (21-20 Since then the Wildcats have romped over three Big Ten foes beating Illinois 48-0 Wisconsin 24-14 and Purdue 38-14 and share first place in the conference with Ohio State and Michigan “It’s a darn shame they lost those games out of the league” Hayes said “It would give you a truer picture of their strength” “I definitely think Northwestern is a team on the upswing” the Buckeye coach concluded Northwestern t e a m” Ohio State scout Esco Sarkkinen said “and they’re not just coming back to Ohio for a visit” BEST YEAR is Adamle all-Big Ten last year has rushed for 648 yards m 148 carries this season and has scored five touchdowns Sarkkinen said Robinson having his best year” Sarkkinen watched the Wildcats trim Purdue Saturday and said “Alex (Agase) has fashioned himself a very good football team He said if he could stay away from injuries he would have a good t earn and he has” Speedster Says He'll Attempt Run on Water THREE FRESHMEN REINSTATED BY IDAHO STATE'S CAVANAUGH POCATELLO Idaho (AP) - Three suspended black freshman players at Idaho State University have been reinstated head football coach Ed Cavanaugh said Monday Cavanaugh said the three freshmen who bad been suspended with 14 black varsity players last Thursday for boycotting a practice talked with him and his c It was decided the three had been victims o circumstances Cavanaugh said The three freshmen Ken Conley Roscoe Hill and Royal Watkins— all halfbacks— worked out with the freshman squad Monday night the coach said It was also reported that blacks on other Idaho State varsity teams had been asked to participate in the boycott but had declined No official reason for the boycott has been made PUb Cavanaugh said the suspension of the 14 varsity players remains in effect LOS ANGELES (UPI)— Gary Gabelich set the world land speed record of 622407 miles an hour last Friday but now wants something more He said Monday that his next goal is to hold both the land and water speed records and “live to tell ibout it” During a news conference here Gabelich 30 of Long Beach said that he plans to build a hydrofoil-type boat that made of aluminum and honeycombed steel would break 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