The Charlotte Observer from Charlotte, North Carolina on September 13, 1970 · 118
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EH THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER Sun Sept 3 Stanford Dumps Arkansas Stopping Drive Inside 5 Associated Press LITTLE ROCK Ar? - Stanford’s defense its back against the wall shanghaied Arkansas quarterback Bill Montgomery on a fourth down at the Stanford four Saturday to preserve a 34-28 victory Stanford’s Jim Plunkett befuddled the fourth-ranked Raz- Hart Breaks ACC Record For Career Continued From Page lH had replaced Zwirko was tossed for a four-yard loss A Haft pass fell incomplete and Wright missed on a 25-yard field goal attempt -J In the second quarter Hart moved the Blue Devils to the seven but a third-down pass fell incomplete and Wright kicked a 24-yard field goal — With Florida leading 14-3 in lhc third quarter the Blue Devils moved to the Gator five Th£re Hart was thrown for a six-yard loss by Jack Youngblood and Wright kicked a yardcr After Duke had blown its first two scoring opportunities Reaves led the fired-up Gators quickly downfield for the first score On second down from the’t 22 Reaves lofted a long pass to Alvarez on the left sidelines Duke defender Ernie Jackson matched Alvarez’ speed but turned the wrong way and the Gator flanker caught the 46-yard pass Reaves then passed to fullback Mike Rich for a 35-yard gain to the one-yard line and Tommy Durrance punched ovet for the touchdown Richard Franko's conversion made it 7-0 with 2:48 left in the quarter Florida scored again in the second quarter with Durrance climaxing a 65-yard drive by circling end from one yard out The conversion by Franco made it 14-0 with 9:20 remaining in the half After Alvarez’ electrifying return made it 21-6 Hart and Jones led the Blue Devils lo two quick scores Hart passed 18 yards to Satyshur for his 17th career touchdown pass with 7:43 remaining But on the try for the two point conversion Hart fumbed trying to get off a pass With just 1:26 remaining Jones took a pitchout and raced nine yards around right end for the score The conversion cut the lead to 21-19 Duke's last hope faded when Florida recovered the onside kick The Blue Devils did get the ball back with 18 seconds left but three long passes by Hart were well covered by the gator defenders Jones playing his first varsity game was the best runner on the field The 195-poundcr gained 104 yards in 13 carries Fagg Praises Mikolayunas Thompson Associated Press BREVARD — The Davidson football team is scheduled to leave Camp Carolina at Brevard today and return to its own campus where it wiM resume practice Monday with a scrimmage against Catawba The Wildcats held three-a-day practice sessions in the mountain town last week Head Coach Dave Fagg has termed his first week of practice as a success He said fullback Mike Mikolayunas has been a standout in early scrimmages and that quarterback Mark Thompson has been impressive Davidson opens its season Sept 26 at Richmond Newberry Plasters Wasps 27-8 Associated Press NEWBERRY SC - Newberry fullback Donald Garrick rushed for 192 yards and three touchdowns here Saturday night to lead the Indians to a 27-8 romp over Emory & Henry of Virginia Garrick a 5-8 200-pound junior scored in the first quarter from the one-yard line Early in the second period he outraced Wasp defenders on a 90-yard dash Later he pushed in another score from the eight orbacks’ defense with short passes to his running backs as the Indians raced to a 27-0 lead midway in the second period Mont gomery ineffective through most of the first half had rallied the Razorbacks by turning two fourth down plays into touchdowns When Arkansas tailback Bill Burnett leaped into the end zone midway through the fourth period the Razorbacks pulled to 34-33 Less than two minutes later defensive end Rick Kersey recovered a fumble at midfield and Arkansas had one last chance The drive reached the Stan ford five and on the fourth down and less than two yards to go Montgomery sprinted to his lelt cut up field and was knocked down a foot from a first down The Indians happily watched the final 22 seconds tick away Plunkett connected on 14 of 30 passes during the first half but was 11 for 17 at one point When Plunkett wasn’t throwing he was handing off to 220-pound Hillary Shockley who scored three touchdowns on runs of 43 2 and 1 yards The Indians’ other touchdowns came on a 61-yard punt return by Eric Cross and a 17-yard pass from Plunkett to split end Richard Laster Montgomery ran for one touchdown and passed for two others-complcting a 37 - yard toss to John Richardson on fourth and 22 and hitting Chuck Dicus for eight yards on fourth and four Shockley scored what proved to be the winnning touchdown when he blasted over from one yard out to cap a 15-play drive that covered 86 yards and made it 34-14 Plunkett finished the evening with 21 of 38 for 245 yards Statistics A P Photo Tommy Durrance Scores Easily Florida Junior Eludes Duke’s Dick Biddle QB SNYAKOWSK! Wyoming Star Drowns In Lake Associated Press LARAMIE Wyo — A standout University of Wyoming quarterback 21-year-old Ed Synakowski 21 of Utica NY drowned Saturday in Lake Hattie located just southwest of Laramie According to UW Sports Information Director Bill Young Synakowski was fishing in the lake with his brother when the boat they were in capsized Young said Synakowski’s brother Mike managed to reach shore but the Cowboy football standout apparently developed trouble and sank in the cold lake waters Young said Synakowski's wife Debbie who was on shore at the time and Mike Synakowski were taken to Ivinson Hospital in Laramie They reportedly were treated for shock and released The senior quarterback led the Wyoming football team last season in tolal offense l0t)9 yards and in passing 94 of 200 completions or 1053 yards and five touchdowns Team Match Heads Card Stanford Arkansas First downs 20 25 Rushing yardage 1 60 236 Passing yardaqe 245 138 Return yardage 120 5 passes 21-38-3 11-28-1 Punts 3-34 6-32 Fumbles lost 2 0 Penalties 69 5 hb!027ped sept 12 Stanford 21 6 Arkansas O 14 Stan— Shockely 43 run (Horowitz kick) Stan— Lasater 17 pass from Plunkett (Horowitz kick) Stan— Shockley 2 run (Horowitz kick) Stan— Cross 61 punt return (kick failed) Ark— Montgomery 3 run (McClard kick) Ark— Richardson 37 pass from Montgomery (McClard kick) Stan— Shockely i run (Horowitz kick) Ak— Dicus 8 pass from Montaomery (McClard kick) Ark— Burnett 2 run (McClard kick) A— 48000 Parker-Led Air Force Rij s Idaho Associated Press AIR FORCE ACADEMY Colo — Bob Parker scored two touchdowns on well-faked kep-er plays and threw three scoring passes to Ernie Jennings in quarterbacking Air Force to a 45-7 football victory over the Idaho Vandals Saturday The Falcons opening an 11-game season crammed 17 points into less than seven minutes of the third period while blunting thfi Idaho offense They ran up a 21-0 lead in the second period before Idaho could get any offense going Then the Vandal’s veteran quarterback Steve Olson began connecting on his passes in a 70-yard spurt with Raney Peterson catching an Olson toss for the touchdown The cadets turned an intercepted pass and two Idaho fumbles into three of their touchdowns Bruin Rally Overcomes Oregon St Associated Press CORVALLIS Ore — UCLA’s Dennis Dummit overcame a stubborn Oregon State defense in the second half throwing two scoring passes as UCLA won a Pacific-8 football opener 14-9 Saturday afternoon UCLA drove Inside Oregon State’s 20-yard line four times in the first half But each time the Beavers repelled the attack Dummit directed a scoring drive which started after the second-half kickoff at the 20-yard line It look 11 plays and right end Bob Christiansen took it over on a nine-yard pass play OSU could not get a first down in two scries of plays Then L'C’LA went from its own 37 to the end zone where reserve back Randy Tyler fumbled the ball OSU recovered but had the hall only one play before fumbling Then UCLA’s Dummit threw a 26-yard scoring pass to Christiansen for the winning points The game had been a scoreless battle until late in the second period when OSU's defense dumped Dummit in the end zone for a safety Twelve seconds later OSU’s Steve Endicott threw a 51-yard scoring pass to end Jeff Kol-berg for a 9-0 halftime lead Statistics UCLA Oregon Stale OSU— Safety Dummit zone OSU— Koldberg 51 pass from Endicott (Boston kick) UCLA— Christiansen 9 pass from Dummit (Barnes kick) UCLA— Christiansen 26 pass from Dummit (Barnes kick) A— 23520 AP Photo One Of Many For Nebraska Joe Ortluna Eludes Wake Forest's Fusscll En Route To TD Moore’s Punishing Tactics Power Tigers By Baylor Associated Press ST LOUIS — Joe Moore Missouri’s powerful tailback says Johnny Roland of the St Louis Cardinals is his favorite running back and admires the slashing style of Gale Sayers of the Chicago Bears Moore a 6-1 205-pound senior runs a little like both the professional football notables Emulating them the St Louisan led the Missouri Tigers to a 38-0 victory over Baylor in the opener for both teams Friday night at Busch Stadium in St Louis before a crowd of 52000 Moore the nation's third best collegiate runner last year with 1312 yards gained 171 yards on 36 carries Twenty-seven of those carries came on the Tigers’ 29 offensive plays in the first half A hip injury in the waning minutes of the third quarter prevented the hard-rutiner from trying to surpass his pcrsoncl high of 185 yards in one game “Joe undoubtedly ranks among the nation’s best runners and there are some good ones around” said Missouri Coach Dan Devine whose team had a 10-0 lead at halftime “He’s got the strength to carry the ball a lot and lie’s got the right attitude Further more he knows we’re going to need him for the tough yards” After bolting to 141 yards and scoring on a 16-yard gallop the Tiger leader pried open the game with a show of versatility Statistics First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardaqe Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Baylor Missouri Baylor Mo 1 22 46 207 75 217 130 46 6-21-2 14-31-0 10-398 6-40-5 in the third quarter Baylor had stacked its defenses to the right as Moore took a handoff from Clitiek Roper and headed for on apparent sweep at tackle Instead as the Baylor safety came up Moore pulled up and threw a pass to Mel Gray who sprinted past a tackier on the 72-yard play 73 0 0 3 14 45 0- 0 I 14—38 I MU — Moore 16 run (Bastable kick) MU — FG Bastable 42 MU — Gray 72 pass from Moore (Bastable kick) MU — Farmer 1 run (Bastable kick) MU — Mauer l run (Bastle kick) MU — Walls 5 pass from Venturi (Bastable kick) PANELING 289 4x8 SHEET OVER 80 VARIETIES & COLORS THE PLYWOOD MART INC 3308 ROZZtUS FERRY ROAD 399-3506 We Buy - Sell Trade Trck Bolti Capscrews Nuts Machin Bolta Carriaga Bolts Plow Bolts Collar Pirn Wood Scrawt Threaded Rods Drill Bill Grease Fittings Washers CAROLINA BOLT & NUT CO Lamson & Sessions Warehouse 2114 N GRAHAM PH 333-8471 A 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