The Wichita Beacon from Wichita, Kansas on October 22, 1972 · 30
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The Wichita Beacon from Wichita, Kansas · 30

Wichita, Kansas
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Sunday, October 22, 1972
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'i'-V-' r - r t - sito'iJiivt riui&ath rivx 1 I" ' Pt(i 2C ' :Vi ' $: THE WICHITA EAGLE AND BEACON Sunday October 22 1972 Mizzou Gobbles Irish O- A A t A A Js A m V 4 j i: hi Jh UPI Photo MISSOURI’S JOHN CIIERRY IS UPENDED Notre Dame’s Jim O’Malley makes stop voDenmeb© CUte ECU) Celts Sytffeir Nebraska by 56-0 By MAX SEIBEL Assistant Sports Editor LAWRENCE Kan - Don Fambrough sitting in the gloom of die University of Kansas dressing room after an even more dismal day outside made an accurate observation 1 at - Memorial Stadium Saturday afternoon “It's hard to see any bright spots ' when you play Nebraska” Fambrough observed “They are so far out of your class ” And thus it was that the Big Red from Uncoln attempting to vault back into No 1 spot nationally came to town Saturday afternoon and literally outclassed 'the Jayhawks 56-0 A total of 50500 sat in a cold drizzle to observe the event THE buskers NOW 5-1 after an opening loss to UCLA used a four-touchdown performance by southpaw quarterback Dave Humm to send the Jayhawks reeling to their fourth loss in six starts and second in as many Big Eight Conference game Humm after a surprising Kansas defense held the Gornhuskers' scoreless the first half came on to complete 16-of-Sl passes for 281 yards and a school-record four touchdowns Overall Humm and reserve Steve Runty amassed 360 yards in the air an all-time high against Kansas besting the 307 achieved by Missouri in 1969 It was Humm who opened the day's scoring with a 36-yard pass to junior flanker Frosty Anderson with 11:24 to go in the second period also tossed TD passes to Johnny Rodgers on a 72-yard play Dave Goeller on a 10-yard flip and Bob Ravelle a 36-yard play Anderson also caught a 53-yard touchdown pass from Runty Rogers ana Goeller scored on runs of four and five yards Sophomore Jeff Moran scored the eighth touchdown on a two-yard plunge Punctuating - all eight Nebraska touchdowns were perfect placements from Rich Sanger His performances bested the 55-0 Nebraska margin of a year ago by a point AT THE SAME TIME the Nebraska defense tough no matter how deep coach Bob Devaney went was virtually immovable all afternoon Even in the opening period when Hawk Eddie Shieats led a great KU defensive effort the offense could not move Starting quarterback Bob Bruegging had no time Fambrough tried injured Dave Jaynes when things were looking good early He couldn’t move the ball and ditto for flanker Bruce Adams Kansas had only 31 yards rushing and 66 on the ground They moved for only four first downs and didn't get one until sophomore Billy Riggins the third of three Jayhawk brothers of :Centralia Kan ran for 16 yards on the final play of the first half Riggins' 11-yard run in the fourth period meant the second first down A 15-yard roughing the kicker penalty was the third and Rigging' three-yard smash meant the final Riggins in all had 53 yards in 11 rushes or all but 10 of Kansas’ total yardage “He's coming along” Kansas Marc Harris 1 punt barely clears lunging John Pitts and Willie Harper of Nebraska Fambrough said of Riggins who was red-shirted last year “We’ll be playing him more because he didn't fumble the ball “WE HAD A FEW people who played well at times" Fambrough added “But what overshadowed that was the fumbling of our backs (KU lost two or three) We just can’t do that against a team like Nebraska” Nebraska was limited on the ground game as the KU line stopped them for 171 yards Fullback Bill Olds led this assault with 58 yards And most of that was all put -forth in one 50-yard gallop on the first play of the second half Rodgers and Revelle meanwhile proved to be the top NU receivers Revelle had six for 63 yards and Rodgers five for 128 as the Huskers put the 56-0 win on the heels of last week’s 62-0 victory over Missouri in its Big Eight opener Only during the opening period in which Sheats sparked a great defensive effort was there any cheer in the hearts of Jayhawk people Kansas took the eight mile an hour wind and kicked into the North goal Nebraska’s net during its first five possessions was only two first downs The Huskers never got out of their own territory until the second quarter Nabratka 30 lo-in 340 17 1534-3 Kinut 45-32 ' 31 5251 3 35-33 3-1 53 4-24 14-141 4 24 14 14— Ji 4 4 4 S— 4 Pint downs Nuthaa-yardt Pasting yards PlSSOI Punts FumblM-M PonoltlH-yartfi Nabraska Kami Nab— P Anderson 34 pots from Humm (Sonoor kick Nab-Radoan 71 pid from Humm (Sonuar kick) NtS-Goaf' — liar 4 run (Sangar kick) Nob-Goolter 14 pass from ' (Sangar kick) Nob— Rtvolla (Sangar kick) Nab Moran I run (Sangar kick) Nob— F Andarion 52 paaa (rum Runty (langur kick) A— 54504 KANSAS (numOar - bar yarda)— Pl4 glna 11-11 Nallema 11-11 Millar H Mama 4-4 WIIHmiu 4-4 O'Nall RUINING: 4-4 O'Nall 1-4 Bruagglng 3-mliwa Foalar 1 -ml nut I a 14 Jaynat 1-mlnut II PASSING! (Alt-Complnt-TD-Vdi) — Jaynaa 4-14 4 1-1-4-15 BruHMing 15 3-1- RECEIVING: (NumPar-Yardt-TDI-Mllter 1-3-4 wilHanw Mams 1-1Z-GL NEIRASKA RUSHING: Inumbar yards)— Oldt 5 54 Waatbrook 542 GoaUar 12 35 Pewall 2-25 Morpan 4-15 Damkrsgcr 1-4 Runly 1-1 Rodqari 1-mlnut 1 Humm 1-mlnut 1 Sanoar 1-mlnut 7 PASSING: ( Att-Camp-Inl-T D-Vdt) Humm 11-153-4-3S1 Runty 7 441-24 RECEIVING: (Numbtr-Yardt-TDI- Norigera 5-1241 Babi 1-13-0 GnrlMr 3-351 Ptvtlls 443-1 Lilt 2 12-4 Andar-on 1-442 SOUTH BEND Ind (UPI) — Missouri cashed in on fourth-: down playi six times for touchdowns Or to keep scoring drives alive Saturday In a 30-26 upset of No 6-ranked Notre Dame j It was the first defeat in five starts for the previously unbeaten Irish Notre Dame went up against Missouri as a four-touchdown favorite against a club which had won only twice in five starts and which last week was shellacked by Nebraska 624) But Saturday Missouri never trailed in an offensive battle in which neither team punted in the first half Notre Dame punted only twice in the game end Missouri punted only three times a Notre Dame's sophomore quarterback Tom Clements almost got the Irish a tie in die fourth period but twice two-point conversion attempts failed and Notre Dame fell four points short Missouri's Bob Pankey intercepted Clements’ first pass of the game and returned 10 yards to Notre Dame’s 46 From there Missouri moved to a touchdown in 12 plays wiLh Leroy Moss running over from the 16 But the Irish came back in a 66-yard drive and Andy Huff scored from the 1 to set up 7-7 Missouri countered with a Johnson plunging from the 1 while Notre Dame retaliated with an 81-yard march in which Johp Cieszkowskl scored from the 1 for a 14-14 deadlock Missouri then paraded 91 yards in 17 plays before Johnson got his second touchdown on another one-yard plunge for a 21-14 lead with 69 seconds left in the half Missouri converted on three fourth down opportunities in the first touchdown parade And all three of the Tigers’ touchdowns were made on fourth down plays Notre Dame had trouble handling the wet ball— there was a daylong drizzle— in the third period and twice turned over the ball to the Tigers on fumbles to set up field goals of 25 and 20 yards by Greg Hill Hill connected on a 24-yard field goal in the last period for Missouri's final points before Clements sparked the Notre Dame rally which finally ended with less than three minutes left in the game when Mike Fink intercepted Clements' 17th and last pass of the contest NU’S DAVE IIUMM LOOKS FOR RECEIVERS Don Goode (68) pressures quarterback Walker Shockers Win North Texas CC Meet DENTON Tex (UPI) -Alan Walker of Wichita Stale ran through a cool misty Texas afternoon to win the North Texas State Invitational Cross Country Meet Saturday and two of his teammates finished in the top four as the Shockers also won the team title Walker running in B5-degree temperatures on an overcast day during which a light mist haltered his face most of the way finished the course in 30 minutes 28 seconds It was the first time the course just laid out this week had been run Walker finished six seconds ahead of Billy Fordjnur of Howard Payne Handy Smith and Boh Ream both of Wichita Slate finished third and fourth respectively Smith had a time of 30 minutes and 37 seconds Ream finished in 30 minutes 46 seconds IMe Morales of Baylor was fifth with a time of 30 minutes and 52 seconds Wichita Stale easily won the team title North Texas Slate was second followed by Houston Howard Faync Baylor and Texas A & M Eleven teams competed in the tournament and eight of them entered five runnrrs tie 67-yard scoring drive with Don Previously Clements sparked - running twice for 38 yards the last for 13 yards and the score and completed three passes for 19 yards He directed a 70-yard scoring march in which he completed two passes for 65 yards setting up a 12-yard touchdown run by Huff Mlmurl Natra Dam Pint dawns Ruthoi-yardt Patting ytrtl Saturn yards Paaaaa Paata Paaalltaa-yarda Natra Dama Mo— Mo it u ND-Huff 1 run (Thomas kick) Mo— J otm ion I run (Hill kick) NO— Claizkowikl 1 tun (Thomaa kick) Mo— Johnson 1 run Mo— FO Hill 35 Ma-FG Hill 31 Mo— FG Hill 30 Ma-FG Hill 34 NO— Clamanta 11 run (pain failed) ND-Huff )l run (ran tellod) A-54475 Big Eight Standings TEAM STANDING Colorado at Missouri Iowa Stale at Kansas Kansas State at Oklahoma Okla Stats at Nebraska Aerial Theft Ignites OSU STILLWATER Okla (AP)— Safety Lee Stover rambled 55 yards for a touchdown after a spectacular pass interception to ignite an Oklahoma State rally as the Cowboys slushed past Baylor 20-7 on rain-filled artificial turf here Saturday Baylor had taken a 7-0 halftime lead on Gary Lacy's one-yard plunge in a game which was played in a steady downpour and was plagued by numerous missed handoffs fumbles and interceptions Baylor suffered 15 fumbles losing the ball seven times plus three pass interceptions OSU tied it with 6:49 left in the third quarter as Stover tipped a Neal Jeffrey pass into the air grabbed it and blazed unmolested into the end zone The Cowboys' go-ahead -touchdown came on a one-yard run by' fullback George Palmer with 1:32 left in the third period OSU got the ball on the Baylor 24 when punter Rusty Parrott was trapped after a bad center snap Eddie Garrett's second conversion kick made it 14-7 Baylor Okla Halt 14 11 17-107 45-145 111 17 f 77 10-21-3 144 5-31 - 141 15-7 2-4 741 534 115-1 Slato S 14 5-14 Bay— Lucy 1 run (Canradt kick) OSU— Stow 54 pm Intarcaption rotum Garratt kick) Pktl down Ruthtt-vardo Palling yards Rtturn yards Pattn Punlt Fumbtet-toat Panaltiuo-vardt U— Palmar ! run (Sarrott kick) OSU— Stall 37 pm tram Blackman (kick falM) A— 34400 Wichita Gun CLUB OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Friday It 6 fa 1 0 pm Sat fir Sua Opan 1 :00 pm 7826 Wtf Mapla an 80-yard scoring drive by K-STATETS LOU AGOSTON (12) EVADES TACKLER Iowa State’s Bob Martinson leaps over teammate in pursuit Cyclones Breeze By LONNIE CRIDER Staff Writer AMES Iowa — Emotionally high Iowa State charged to a -31-0 lead in the second fuarter and breezed to a 55-22 jg Eight Conference victory over Kansas State Saturday afternoon A record Iowa State crowd of 36231 watched the Cyclones’ big offensive show on a gray and chilly day Liberty Bowl scouts were in attendance as the Cyclones took their fourth victory in five games and leveled their Big Eight slate at 1-L THE CYCLONES were coming off a disappointing 34-22 loss to Colorado but were ready for this one Kansas State was never in it as’ Iowa State inarched to a 31-6 half -time advantage The Cyclones stretched it to 48-6 with 5:06 left in the second quarter Quarterback George Amundson directed the Cyclone attack that featured his sharp passing and the- E!"8 muL TtrJThafl' Amundson gave way to freshman Wayne Stanley with six minutes remaining in the third period This was the most points ever scored by Iowa State against a K-State team Kansas State’s offense came to life in the second half the passing of Dennis Morrison hut the Inept defensive performance by the Wildcats gave Iowa State an easy day of it MORRISON WAS nursing an injured hand and did not start But he took over bar sophomore Steve Grogan after the Cyclones scored the first two times they had the bait Kansas State looked flat coming off a 20-19 win over Kansas ' Amundson ' ran lor two touchdowns and passed for another Slrachan the Big Eight's leading rusher scored on touchdown runs of 2 35 and 14 yards A 195 - pounder from Miami Fla Strachan picked up 133 yards on 21 carries He has 677 yards in five games Backup tailback Jerry Moses totaled 92 yards on 10 carries for lows State - KANSAS STATE'S running game was ineffective with only 37 yards to show for 24 attempts ' Morrison completed 23 of 58 passes for 341 yards the best yardage in the senior's career He threw for two touchdowns and hid four intercepted LET "AAA" PUT THE NEW BACK INTO YOUR CAR W&kV mm® wmxrinnm let "MA" live you u il estimati Missouri riddled Notre Dame's previously enviable defensive record by racking up 223 yards rushing and 106 passing The Irish previously had allowed only 182 yards a game and only 60 through the air The Tiger defense also limited the Irish who had averaged 447 a game to 336 K-State tight end Henry Childs gathered in nine asses for 129 yards including a sensational one-handed grab That was the most catches ever for Childs a Junior Amundson connected on 16 of 27 passes for 271 yards Ike Harris caught six aerials for 72 yards and Willie Jones 5 for 56 for the Cyclones 1 Childs tied a K-State record for career touchdowns with one TD Saturday He equalled the mark of six set by Dick Johnson in 1948-50 Kansas State dropped to a 3-4 record for the season in one of the worst losses under Coach Vince Gibson in six years SOCCER-STYLE kicker Tim Goedjen booted spair of 35-yard field goals and hit on seven of seven extra-point attempts - - Iowa Stale mixing passes and running most effectively scored on five of its eight possessions in the first half STANDARD DUTY MUFFLER en :HlynkmhSbaimkteltHlmnr UXHIOYAL CHARGE IT! S'etSSS&a- now I es&SSVsfiii 525 E FIRST- 34 7174 Stora Mar Cana Rlnoor Wcokdayt I4 Sat 4 1474 E KELLOGO— 445-313! Start Mgr H Denaldtan Wctkilavi 1 7) Ml I S jraL UNisorsiHH I MiGMdNa affbotJOituTTI AP Pholo Kiniai State Ihm Slits 15— Amundton 1 run (Gacd)on kick) IS— Straehan 3 run (Goodin kick) IS— Gouditn FG 15 IS— Amundton 4 run (Gcudlun kick) IS— Jenot S pus Iron Amundson (Gouditn kick) KS-Ftrguton 54 past from Morrison (put tellsd) IS— Strocnon 35 run (Goodlm kick) IS— Slrachon 14 run (Goadjan kick) IS— Goad in F6 35 KS— Childs 14 past from Morrison (Jackson from Morrison) KS— Jackson 1 run (Calhoun run) IS— Mulhall 35 pass Intarcaption (Goad-fan kick) A— 14211 IOWA STATS NUSHINOi (number yards) — Slro-Chan 21-135 Mosul 1SR Moon 4-41 Amundson 11-24 Stonier 3 7 Mar- quardt 1-3 Dandusky 3-2 Cannon 2-2 - -noi PASSINGi (Att-Comp-lnt-TO-Yds) — Amundson 17-14-1-1-221 Slsnity 3-2-0-0-20 Stroctian l-0 RECEIVING (Numbor-Yords-TDI— Krnpfts 3-54-5 ' Jonas 5-44-1 Haril 0-72-0 Kaown 1-250 Moon MM KANSAS STATE RUSHING: (number yards)— Jackson 10-44 Spsct l-l Grooai 1 -minus 4 Morrison 1 -minus 0 Holman 3-minus 1 Calhoun 1-4 PASSING: (Alt-comp-lnt-TD-Ydsl— Morrison 54-23-4-2-341 firepan 1-55 RECEIVING!' (Numbtr-Yarda-TDI— Childs 4-124-1 Got roar 3330 Ho4-- man 3-70 Farpwon 300-1 Paterson MOO Calhoun 2-340 Parham 1-34-0 Jackson 1-50 HOME AND AUTO CENTER ANT IN STOCK imvval m raw me i MPn nl pi twg Galprtem am rkPtf 0m fct we pwwe 1141 W 311—4347734 Star Mgr Frank Morrllt Wtfkdavi I4i Mt 14 Sunday 1 to I r'tMUUMMI "PTI I moiaiaui 'I ir "5— -W4T- ''Jj

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