The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on November 16, 1976 · Page 14
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Page 14 m The t r.con S* u .esday, 11 / 16/7b Sports Digest Football Starting quarterback Lynn Dickey of the Green Bay Packers has a dislocated shoulder and Is lost to the team for the season. Bart Starr, coach and general manager of the Packers said Dickey would undergo surgery Wednesday Starr said backup quarterback Carlos Brown would be the starter next Sunday against Minnesota Brown is the only healthy quarterback on the Green Bay roster. Gifford Nielsen of Brigham Young leads the nation in passing with 26 touchdown passes, 2,777 passing yards and is ranked second in total offense with 252.7 yards per game. In his last five games he has averaged 379 yards passing. Terry Miller hitches up his panty hose, squirms his hips for a more comfortable girdle fit and then rams his way through detenses for big yardage. Miller's 221 yard performance for Oklahoma State against Kansas State last weekend boosted his career mark to 2,592 yards and 894 In his last five games Miller along with running backs Rob Lytle of Michigan and Kevin McLee of Georgia and quarterback Jeff Hepinstail of Toledo make up this week's UPl backfield of the week. Tony Dorsett of Pittsburgh and tailback Mike Voight of North Carolina received honorable mention on the selections. Unbeaten and untied Pittsburgh remained the unanimous leader for the Lambert Trophy as the eastern football power. Coach Bum Phillips said defensive lineman Elvin Bethea is settling his long-standing contract problems with the Houston Oilers and will be back with the team next season. Philadelphia coach Dick Vermeil said that veteran quarterback Roman Gabriel may direct the Eagle's offense in next Sunday's game with the Oakland Raiders. The South Carolina State Bulldogs accepted a bid to meet Central Conference Champion Norfolk State in the Dec. 11 Bicentennial Bowl in Richmond, Va. Basketball Guard Charlie Scott of the Boston Celtics is a doubtful starter forthe Celtics' next two games as a result of an eyelid injury suffered last Saturday against Buffalo. An arrest warrant signed names Detroit Pistons player Marvin Barnes for allegedly violating his probation in a 1972 assault case. Detroit paid $500,000 in the ABA d.spersal draft for Barnes, who has not yet played for the team. He is nursing a strained achilles tendon. Tennis With only one major tournament remaining Raul Ramirez of Mexico tops the Commercial Union Grand Prlx tennis standings with a 42 point lead over Manuel Orantes of Spain for the $50,000 prize. Jimm Connors is third followed in order by Eddie Dibbs, Harold Solomon and Guillermo Vilas. Top-seeded Jimmy Connors crushed Mike Estep 6-1, 6-3 for a one-sided victory in the first round of the $100,000 Benson and Hedges tennis tournament. Other spots Curt Alitz of Army did as expected and captured the individual title in the sixth annual IC4A cross country championships in New York. Harvard won the team title nosing out Villanova. All-Tourney berths to 5 Lincoln girls Scotts bluff — Lincoln volleyball teams, although not winning any team championships during last weekend's state high school tournaments, placed five players on the all­ tournament teams selected by ballot to the Scotts Bluff Star- Herald newspaper Lincoln High placed three girls on the six-member class A team while Lincoln Pius X added two to the Class B team Robin Hruby, Deb VanDusen and Kathy Wilson were the Links selected while Kim Hermes and Anne Hain were chosen from Pius Both Lincoln teams earned runnerup status for the two day meet Here are the selections by class; Class A — Hruby, Wilson and VanDusen, Lincoln High, Janet Hara and Christy Lee, Scottsbluff; Maureen Franking, Omaha Marian Class B — Hermes and Hain, Pius X . Lois Hornig and Diane Schroeder, Ogallala, Krys Miles and Dris Stewart, Lexington Class C — Julie Vollertsen, Palmyra, Nancy Kindig, Hastings St Cecilia, Alice McMurty, North Platte St. ! Pat’s; Lisa Ritter and Amy Busch. Pleasanton; Alice I Muller, Dodge Class I) — Joini Killham, Melody Stines and Terri Juelfs, Potter; Janet Bornemeier, Elmwood; Rhonda McCormick, Wheatland, Marla Lichty, Bruning All-city honors Wednesday The Wednesday Lincoln Star will present the 1976 Sunday Journal and Star All-Citv selections for fall prep sports, including football, volleyball, girls swimming, boys gymnastics and cross country As a special innovation the Sunday Journal and Star will also name the city's top offen- uve and defensive players of the season Big 8 standings Nebraska football statistics Offense ™ <T“L. „ &= Htimony ............................ 127 575 4 5 r... ) ? 0 ™m „ Boms .............................. 115 572 5 0 ,3 38 0 NU Opp Donnell.............................. 86 375 4 4 0_D |2 214 0 First Oo*nv ryjn.nj 108 77 Stewart...................................30 ¡88 6 3 c-«-s— F irst downs, passing . 91 41 Gillespie............................ 15 54 3 7 Scoring Penaices '5 10 Steward ................................ 12 51 4 3 TO Pat FG TD Total tirst downs 314 128 Soriey...................... 8 7) 8 9 Eveland... .. 33-30 16 10 60 Pushing att 5’3 475 Craig ......... *............. .14 3! 2 2 Thomas ... 7 42 Yds ga'ned rush.ng 2232 1826 Zabrocki ...............................6 25 4 2 Anthony ... 5 30 Yds lost rush ng . 207 377 Higgs .................................. 26 97 3 7 Berns .... 4 24 Net yds rushing 2025 1449 Garcia ................... ... II 25 2 3 Spaeth,. . 4 24 Per game ave 302 5 144 9 Walton .............................3 -I — Stewart ..3 18 Pass ng at' 342 170 Kuiath ................................. 3 13 4 3 Donnell........................2 13 Passes comp ete 37 67 Femagamo ....................... 368 1772 6 4 Shampim ,. . 3 1 20 Passes, tntercep'ed .12 '2 Burns ................................. 2 7 3 5 Gillespie......................2 12 Net yds *887 1058 Shamplm............................... 3 36 12 0 Malito.................... 2 12 Per game ave 188 6 105 8 Thomas ................................. 2 II 55 Zabrocki ......... 2 12 Total oftense att ... 755 645 Everett....................................2 -2 - Ferraoamo 2 3-0 12 Met yds 3911 2M7 Jacobs............................... 2 9 45 Butterfield .1 6 Per game ave 391 1 250 7 Total. .745 3911 5 2 oaig 1 6 intercept.ons No . 12 ¡2 Opp . 645 2507 3 9 Dul'esne . 1 6 Net yds returned 38 214 , 6 Puntmg. No 47 *9 pasj R>c#jyjng Vandermeer 3-2 2 Punts, blocked . . . 0 Tn Garcm 1-0 0 Total yards 928 26 9 A„thon/ 14 ' 84 0 > 0 0 Per punt ave 41 0 38 0 gp 65 Q ToU, 1036 32 4-1 17 10 304 Punts reurnednNo 36 U Donri,|;.....................................* !4 , O pp .13 119 2 1 22 15 1 14 xTchott*ri 29 53 » j* ? Defense *,<. s88 931 Cra'i2 ..........................................4 *' 1 penalties no 5> 49 h*m»- ........... 2 n o Linemen To'ai yds pena zed .554 49! Thnm.s.......................... 11 t Tackles For Losses Fumbles No 30 38 * U A T No Yds Fumbles lost ............... 22 24 ......................................¡7379 4 Andrews................. 22 !9 4! 5 35 Third down conv ,63 138 53 155 ¿P*er',t................................ i n 0 Brock... 5 9 14 3 37 Scoring totai points — 304 1 34 , , j. 0 Fultl.......................31 27 “>8 6 37 Per game,ve 30 4 ,3 4 loh.n ... 3 25 ? . 8 7 15 3 .2 Total . 137 1856 18 pnism .....................I 1 s 1 ’ _ Opp 67 1058 3 7! w si s 11 Rushma Pruitt 24 29 53 6 27 A r ■ rn „ *• Pullen... . 22 30 52 10 32 a g l Net Ave td Punting riC> 33111 Anmony . 127 600 25 575 4 5 5 N„ YdJ T0 R|Qch>r j 'if ™ 6, ill 1°. 4 Lessman . . 46 ’892 i> ’ 0 Samuel 18 ,9 3’ 5 U in tM \ 118 A \ vanous ..... 1 36 36 0 0 We.nmasler 9 2 11 5 36 SS. " 1 It1*' ¡J ™ US ? Linebackers Steward 12 5! 0 51 4 3 0 pp Carpenter . 9 7 16 Soriey 4 21 1 20 5 0 0 Punt Returns Dunning . . . I Craig 14 |8 7 31 2 2 0 No Ydi. Ave. TD EicheiBerger II 9 20 Zaprocki . 6 25 0 25 4 2 2 „ ¿9 198 6 8 1 *.uni ...........................8 2 10 Higgs . 26 102 5 97 3 7 0 f AA 3 15 5 0 0 Mamas .,. Garoa ......... 3 12 0 12 4 0 0 ' 2 0 0 Pt'len.C ........... i>8 4* 107 Wa ton ..............3 5 6 -1 - 0 j 41 20 5 0 Pilien J .... ,5 6 U Kuiath . 3 13 0 13 4 3 0 . ‘ n O 1 A yhtman 50 54 104 1 1 Ferragamo . 51 89 132 43 - 2 T„,,I ' it, ?s,i 7 1 2 Rarbc Shampiin ...3 3* 0 36 12 0 0 2 5 5 0 BaC*S Thomas . . 2 13 2 U 55 1 0pp ............... " 60 Anderson............... 2 3 5 1 2 Everett. .2 0 2 2 - 0 IVirko« Bat Butterteid .15 15 30 I 12 Jacobs 2 9 o 9 4 5 0 KtCkOtf Ret. tabetl .1 Total 503 2232 207 2025 4 0 20 No Yds Ave TD Fischer 3 Opp 475 1826 377 ¡449 3 1 9 Cra g . . 10 205 20 5 0 Hansen. 1 i 2 fspr os 10 254 25 4 0 Harvev 28 16 44 2 7 Stewart 5 69 13 8 0 Lehigh...........................I 2 3 Everett 2 45 22 5 0 Smith ,7 23 40 2 6 Passing Wat- 2 15 7 s 0 Valase* 19 11 30 2 9 A C Pet I Yds TD Total 29 588 20 3 0 Young 8 4 12 Ferragamo 227 ,32 581 9 1815 IB Opp 53 931 17 6 I Payne . I I 2 1 II Gar. a 8 I l25 1 13 0 I nterceDtiOOS Offensive Team 5 2 ? K ; ; $ : s; s «. "... t „ w « »»ou.rt». izr ,s M , 5 ,i mr ; '! ; vv i ,5 3 is Opp . 170 67 394 12 1058 3 valase* ..................................j 0 0 Opp .6 28 17 .6 97 Novak hurt seriously Pro Hockey Pro Football Summaries Standings By United Press International American Conference East W L T Pet PF PA Baltimore 8 2 0 K0 292 ¡70 New England 7 3 0 700 242 78 V am- S 5 0 500 182 174 NV Jets 3 7 0 300 ,10 233 Buffalo 2 8 0 200 171 199 Cincinnai, Pittsburgh Cleveland Houston Oaviand Denver Sa D'C.) Kansas City Tampa Bay Central W L T Pc* PF PA 8 2 0 800 243 141 6 4 0 600 240 H9 6 4 0 600 199 218 4 6 0 400 176 193 West W L Monday's Resuits Danas 17 Buffalo 10, night oniv game scheduled) Sunday s Games Chicago af Detroit Cincinnati at Kansas City Cleveland at Tampa Bay Danas at Atlanta Houston at Pittsburgh Los Angeles at San Francisco V mesPta at Green Ba» New England at NY .lefs New Orleans at Seattle NY Giants a' Denver OaKiand at Philadelphia San Diego a* Buttaio Washtng'on at St LOuiS lonly gcsmes scheduled' Monday's Games Baltimore at Mian- night only games scheduled) Cowboys 17, Bills 10 T pet PF PA 900 216 194 600 242 '25 400 '81 218 .100 188 298 000 88 266 Dallas St Louis Washington Phnadelpt a NY Giants National Conference East W L T Pet. PF PA 9 1 0 900 227 129 8 2 0 800 244 201 6 4 0 600 187 177 3 7 0 300 124 200 1 9 0 100 91 193 F -y* downs R, shps vard' Passing va-Js Return yards Passes Punts Fu mbits-lost Penalties-yards But* 19 42 1*1 103 3 10 28 1 I! 44 1 4 0 4 21 oaii h 26 63 165 II? 1 - u 0 10- 39 9 3 I 7 - 65 Minnesota Chicago Detroit Green Bay LOS Angeles San Francisco New Ormans At-ar.ta Seattle Central W L T Pet PF PA 8 t ! 850 22J h» 5 5 0 500 179 '57 4 0 0 400 194 152 4 6 0 400 165 226 West W L T Prt PF PA 6 3 t 650 216 ’56 6 4 0 »00 213 131 3 7 0 300 ,75 232 3 7 0 .100 121 '99 2 8 0 .'00 169 289 Buffalo 0 7 0 3-10 Dallas 0 14 0 3-17 Dal D Pearson 2 run HerreraKick) Bn! Gan' 27 pass trom Marangi 1 Jakowenko k-i k1 Da1 D Pearson 21 pass from StauDach iHerrera kick) Du F G Herrera 43 But FG Jakowenko 22 A St 729 Passmg B. ffaip Ma-ang, io '28 1 132 Danas StauPaih 15-34-0-202 Ro e-vmg Buffalo -Cband'or5*3 Gant 2 5! Srmpsen 2-10 Seymour .8 Danas D Pearson 9 135 R . hards I I? D.iPree 1* ta Olaw 2 17. P Pearson 125 Young 1 2 Rushing Buffalo $ • p\On 24 78 k <■ ney 15-77 Marangi 3* Da-as Staubach 4 4 P Pearson 7 2* LaiOlaw 7 21 Dennison 7-9 Young 1-0 No Michigan 'jinxed' feeling Ann Arbor. Mich. (DPI) — Coach Bo Schembechler said Monday ho does not feel •jinxed" just because Michigan has not beaten Ohio State since 1971 The Wolverines go to Colum­ bus, Ohio, Saturday to play the Buckeyes of Coach Woody Hayes with the Rose Bowl berth and conference title at stake. Ohio State, 7-t) in the Big Ten, has a share of the championship cinched Nebrsk Oklhm Cotord towa St Quia St Missor Kansas Kan St Conference An Games W L T Pis OP W L T Pis OP Tom Novak, a Nebraska football standout in the late 1940s. was seriously injured in an accident at his brother's home in Omaha last Friday night Novak s son, Terry a member of the Cornhusker basketball team, reports that his father slipped and fell down a flight of stairs. In addition to a bad cut on the back of his head, which required numerous stitches," young Novak said, ' he suffered a badly bruised spine " Terry said his father was totally paralyzed for some time after the accident, but is beginning to regain movement ' The doctors are really optimistic," Terry said He is still having a hard time moving, but by Sunday he had feeling in his arms and was able to move them Novak is in the intensive care unit at University Hospital in Omaha We re hopeful that we will be able to transfer him to Lincoln in the near future," Terry said Novak, an all-American center, is one of just three ex- Nebraska players to have his jersey number retired from future use The others were Johnny Hodgers and Rich Glover NHL By United ere» international Campbell Conference Patrick Diviiion W L T Pti GF GA NY lilander* ,2 2 3 27 6* 35 P6 adelpK a 8 7 3 '9 62 54 Atlanta 7 7 5 19 59 62 NY Rangers 6 10 2 14 69 74 Smythe Division W L T Pts. GF GA Ctucago St LOU'S Minnesota Vancouver Colorado 9 8 9 9 0 18 5 11 2 12 5 13 I 11 4 12 2 10 Wales Conference Norris Division W L T Pts. GF GA *8 67 56 72 48 77 46 7* 43 59 Montreal Los Ange es Pittsburgh Washington Detroit 14 3 8 6 6 7 5 10 102 69 6Î 55 64 49 70 44 56 2 0 172 96 4 2 0 183 133 4 2 0 ls4 112 4 2 0 158 133 4 2 0 137 112 330 1 j 4 ,20 150 85 165 0 6 0 90 235 2 1 104-14 2 1 2*5 168 7 3 0 260 170 9 2 0 148 174 6 3 0 '96 159 6 4 0 232 200 5 5 0 219 237 I 9 0 127 305 NFL talks will resume Feature races At Sportsman's Park Milwaukee Avenue Avenir Sir Dominic 7 60 4 60 4 40 8 60 5 60 5 80 Washington (AP) — Negotiators on a new National Football League contract met again Monday with emphasis on player movement restrictions but reported little, if any, progress They will meet again in two weeks Representatives of the NFL owners and players association spent the day at the bargaining table at a session both sides said produced “good discussion" but no results The next meeting of the two groups is scheduled for Nov 29 Adams Division W L T Pts GF GA Boston 13 3 I 27 73 53 Buffalo 9 5 2 20 54 39 Toronto 6 7 4 >6 60 60 Cifveiano 6 7 4 ¡6 53 53 Manaay'6 Rtsults Montreal 4 St Lou s 2 only game scheduled Tuesdays Games Detro t a' Pn iade'Dh a Cleveland af Los Angeles ¡only games scheduled: Officials needed The Lincoln Parks and Recreation department is in need of basketball officials for all divisions of the city recreation program for this winter NBA scoring leaders g fg ft pts av< ADdui-Jac-ba- Maravich NO MrGinms Ph Thompson. 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