The Wichita Beacon from Wichita, Kansas on October 29, 1972 · 58
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The Wichita Beacon from Wichita, Kansas · 58

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Sunday, October 29, 1972
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VF "l i ' '-1 " i'"ti&vr' it'" u :' i ' - ' v':1: Page 2E THE WICHITA EACLE AND BEACON Sunday October 29 1972 I t f W ! §®tunro i w— ST- r at V -b m fis 4 ft jr £ V & o & m Jft S JK c e K £ Jr 5 & I £ r v £ 7 F n w 9- S r: i sf r Missouri's Tommy Reamon (21) leaps Slippery Rodgers Dynamite Oklahoma State Hopes 34-0 LINCOLN Neb (AP)— Mercurial Johnny Rodgers scored twice and Nebraska's bruising defense did the rest as the third-ranked Cornhuskerr: whipped Oklahoma State 344) in a Big Eight football game Saturday Rodgers took a 19-yard pass from Dave Humm for the first score and ran 17 yards on a fourth period revase fa another touchdown against a stiff Cowboy defense which had consistently held the high-scoring Comhuskers in check But it was the Cornhuska “Black Shirt” defense which dominated the game as it registered a fourth straight shutout before a crowd of 76432 the first time a Nebraska team had accomplished the feat in 35 years It was Nebraska’s sixth staight win after an opening loss to UCLA and left the Comhuskers alone atop the Big Eight at 30 Oklahoma State is now 4-3 and 2-1 in league play The Husker defenders stopped the ground-eating Cowboy wishbone offense by forcing quarteback Brent Blackman to turn inside where he was unable to run effectively The Comhuskers also found tough going on the ground but Humm hit 15 of 32 passes fa 271 yards and two scores including Urn pass to Rodgers and an eight-yard toss to Bob Revelle to end a third-period drive The Cowboys were unable to penetrate beyond the Cornhuska 31-yard line and could move beyond the 50 only three times Their ground oriented attack could manage only six first downs and 134 yards rushing far below their 3457 average Meanwhile Nebraska found tough going on the ground in the early stages and suffered a loss when I-back Dave Cneller the team’s second leading rusher received a hairline fracture of the arm late in the second quarter But Humm’s passing kept the Comhuskers moving as he threw fa 214 yards in the first half Rodgers ended the day with seven catches fa 124 yards Rich Sanga kicked field goals of 21 and 27 yards for the Huskers in the first quarter after Nebraska drives had stalled deep in Oklahoma State territory Devaney Smith Trade LINCOLN Neb (AP) — Both coaches were full of praise fa each other Saturday after Nebraska’s Comhuskers rolled to a 344) victory ova Oklahoma State in a Big Eight football game “Oklahoma State is about as good a football team as we've played” said Husker coach Bob Devaney “They're a hard-hitting team" Cowboy coach Dave Smith replied: “We don’t have anything to hang our heads about We got beat by a real fine football team We fought all the way but we never got field position” said Smith whose team could move beyond the 50 only three times “We were never able to establish anything inside” explained Cowboy quarterback Brent Blackman after the Husker defense had recorded its fourth straight shutout “We did a great job of defensing their wishbone” said Devaney “And offensively anytime you're able to score 34 points you've done a good job” Husker middle guard Rich Glova who had 11 tackles “is a great player” said Smith —and Blackman agreed Cowboy center Bert Jacobson who had to block Glova laid: “1 had my hands full He get in on too many tackles” BIG EIGHT STANDINGS League Season GAMES NEXT SATURDAY Nebraska at Colorado Oklahoma at Iowa State Kansas at Okla Slate Missouri at Kan Stale Butler County Downs Independence Special to The Eagle INDEPENDENCE Kan -Charles Chisholm rushed for 128 yards and three touchdowns Saturday as Biitla County Junior College defeated Independence 33-7 in a Jayhawk Juco Conference game Troy Slade had 121 yards rushing as Butler County iMtoIindtnZ' rushed for 320 yards en route " 1 - - to the Grizzlies’ first league B7chKhoini ls run (Hin ikk) victory thin season They are s-churnim i run min kick) 1-3-1 in conference play Praise After Shutout State Cross-Country Results Clans SA Team RasuRv Shawnaa Mission Sauhi 41 Shawnaa Mission North 74 Wichita South Ml Shawnee Mission West 115 Wichita West 110 Shawnaa Mission East 151 Shawnoa Mission 1 la — E eat ltl WkMta Haiohta 221 Wichita Norib 224 on 211 Hufrhimon ladMdeaf neealtf — 1 Clark Hamilton MN 0:42 2 Sfan Vomon T 7:50 I Jim Dillon SMS : 4 Tad Crank H 7:52 5 Tim Mitchell WH 7:52 4 Randy Gains WS 7:51 7 Tom Von Gotihem SMN 7:51 I CurNi Marlin SMS 9:11 7 Dave Francis SMS 7:54 10 Craig Powall SMNW 7:55 Class 4A Team RnsulH — Hays 11 Gordon City 101 Junction City IIZ Newton 114 Emporia 135 Manhattan iff Campu Independence lost its seventh game without a win this season UTLSR COUNTY Pint dawna If Not yard racking 320 Not yard pooling ill Pawn (nlt-comp) 174 Pam Inlarraplad by 4 Punt avaraqa 4221 FumMa loaf 2-1 PriWltH yardatw 400 INDEFENDENCR Fkt down 10 Not yards ruthlng 104 Not yard ping 07 Pomos lalf-camp) 22-4 Pawn mfarcaptrd by 1 Punt average 5-472 Fumble Imt 19 Panama yardage 130 Ruflar Caualy 7 11 0 11—13 Indaeoadinc 70 0 S— 7 I— Chlihoim I run (Hina kick) SIlda 7 run Ikfrk failadl R-Slad 12 pa from Krwkh (kick failed) for four-yard gain against Colorado NEBRASKA’S STEVE MANSTEDT (82) Cowboy quarterback Brent Blackman SMS Claims MANHATTAN Kan (AP) — Clark Hamilton Shawnee Mission North set a new course record of 9:42 in Class 5A Kansas High School c roR-country competition Saturday but Shawnee1 171 Hayden 177 Arkansas city ITS Topeka West sos lumnar 152 Turner Individual Ratulfo - 1 Tony May Hay 7:54 2 Gary Haflrr je 7:57 John N Hay 10:10) I Tim Fierce woe 10:01 d Doug Weber Hayden 11:01 7m Jeff Seibel Hare 10:02 I Tim Robinson DC 10:02 7 Branf Coffman N 17:03 10 Grog Wurti Haydon 10:07 Gass 3A Team Remit — Ottawa 04 Clay Cantor 115 Auguita 130 Plalnvlli 111 Garnalt 114 WinliaM 155 Scott City 142 Wellington ITS Concordia 102 honnor Spring 174 Chopman 341 Colby 105 Individual Rosulti — 1 Jerry Peffly Ottawa 7:45 7 Tarry Gitnn Wellington 7:5a 3 Datum Aril CG 7:57 4 Slav Shf BS 7:55 i Dowayna Jarksan obarlin 7:51 4 Ran Patttld lln PhliHpsbura f Sf 7 krtth kraitfhiir “ ‘ rillt 10:00 1 “ ’ f 10 Joff Pomaows city Cantor Class 2-1A Team Bandit — Si John 44 John- — - - - - - ijj - ion II Ooborn 74 Oakloy 132 Con-tralia 155 EHi ITS Lakln Mi Savior tlf thf World 724 WIT of 10 0 245 Hm-ten 21 Sabatha 277 Baldwin 301 i Harton 134 Highland 140 Wallivilla 305 nlley Cairn MHinamaili 41 Individual Raauiis - 1 Slava i Rohuwon SJ 1:54 1 Hob Chrlttonton i " ' 10:04 t Lonnlo Walkar J od Cunningham Oakley - 10:10 4 1 Mika dburn SJ it’ll Slaphni LaCrnw 10:11 I Pat I idackburn hellevllia 10:13' l Laryl Rou (Mharna 10:15 10 Daryl Rout Osborno 10:15 AP Photo Nebraska Defense 5A Cross-Country Crown Mission South won the team mi Stan Vernon of Topeka High School was second and Jim Dillon of Shawnee Mission South was third in the 5A competition The cross-country meet was divided Into four races with one race for Classes 1-2A and separate events fa Gasses 34-5 and 5A - In Gass 4A Hays won the team title with Terry May of Hays first in 9:54 Gary Elia Junction City was second and David Cobb Garden City was third In Gass 3A Ottawa High School won the team title with its Jerry Tcffly placing first in 9:45 In Gass 1A and 2A St John's High School won the team title with Its Steve Robinson placing first in in 9:54 Bob Giristensen Hiigotnn was second and WESTERN AUTO Centrnl st West 942-3259 -Coll for Appawmont Mon Tues Wed SPECIAL COMF1 STS NAKi JOS New III Tar Drum Arc 5hta A-MM Cylinder Add Fluid Replace Pram Soaring! Forts and Labor 88 Drum Irak Oaly COLUMBIA Mn (UFI) — Greg Hill kicked 3-yard field goal with six seconds to play Saturday boosting giant-killer Missouri to a 20-17 victory over seventh-ranked Colorado before a stunned but jubilant crowd of 53500 Missouri which knocked Notre Dame from the undefeated ranks a week ago apparently had muffed its chance for victory when Hill missed a 22-yard attempt with 1:38 to play But the Tigers got the ball back with 52 seconds to go and using all their timeouts moved 38 yards to the Colorado 17 with 11 seconds remaining Hill's field goal signaled Missouri's first Big Eight Conference victory In two years after nine straight league losses 'Quarterback John Cherry ran Reamon 12 in the winning march Hill was mobbed after the winning field goal both by his teammates and fans who poured out of the stands The game was delayed until the field could be cleared Colorado received a kickoff and got off one play before time expired Tailback Charlie Davis held out with a bruised shoulder in the first half entered the game to lead Colorado's comeback The Buffaloes scored all their points in the second half after trailing 10-0 at halftime The Buffs drove 61 yards for a touchdown on their first possession of the second half Davis scoring from the three Fred Lima tied the game with a 22-yard field goal with 1:12 left in the third quarter Missouri refused to fold under the pressure rambling 58 yards in seven plays for the go-ahead touchdown with 13:44 remaining in the game The big play was a 36-yard run by Reamon to the Colorado seven Chary passed seven yards to Jim Sharp fa the touchdown But Colaado conqueror of Oklahoma last week retaliated with a 70-yard drive Davia had an 18-yard run and Ken Johnson passed 24 yards to Gary Campbell in the drive Bo Matthews scored from the one with 7:48 to play Lima's kick tied the game at 17-17 Missouri showed its determination early after John Moseley fumbled a fair catch at the Tigers’ 41 Colaado drove to the 16 but Lima's 33-yard field goal attempt was wide with 13:47 to play in the second quarter The Tigers then marched run by Jimmy Smith and Sharp Hill's 37-yard field 10:12 before halftime A bad pitch by Johnson was recovered by linebacker Scott Pickens on the first play afer the kickoff and BLOCKS OSU TASS ( 10) is victim Lonnie third Waika Johnson ELECTRONIC CALCULATORS Adds Multiplies Floating Decimal Subtracts Divides Credit Balances Excellent far hams office aturfdnta ant small buiincstci WE SERVICE CALCULATORS WE SELL Wa carry a hdl Ha at Slactranlc Cakulatari tram thf mail ifmpl fa tha meat alihoratt loo a before buying any calculator OPEN DAILY 1:15 TIL 5:30 INCLUDING SATURDAY WILBURiEAWALKERlCO-? 145 NORTH Telephone sir 19 yards and Tommy 60 yards thanks to a 26-yard a 13-yard pass from Cherry to goal gave Missouri a 34) lead Okie Stal Nebraska Oklahoma Stale Nebraska Ncfr-Sangar FB H Neb— RoOgor 17 pan from Humm — I 7 14-34 (Sanoar kick) New— Si -Sangar F6 17 Nab— Havana I paia from Humm (Sangar kick) Neb— Redgai Nab— Saha 11 para from kick) Oklahoma State Wins Big 8 Golf Tourney MANHATTAN Kan (AP) ' — Oklahoma State players placed one-two-three in medal scores to give the Cowboys the title In the Big Eight Golf Tournament Saturday Oklahoma State's corps totaled 841 Oklahoma was second with 873 and Colaado was third with 886 Other placings were: Missouri 887 Nebraska 889 Kansas State 909 Kansas 922 and Iowa State 946 Low medal scores ova the 6113yard par 70 Manhattan Country dub course: Danny Edwards OSU 206 Chris Cole OSU 208 Ted Goin OSU 211 Bob Stephenson OU 215 Tim Brach Colo 215 Teddy Mitchell OU 217 Dpn Bahcnsky Neb 218 Don Johnson OU 219 Tim Mohl Mo 219 Paul Hooser M 219 Lane Staling Colo 220 Henry De Lozier OSU 221 Mark Witt OU 222 Dale Kutz Mo 222 and George Kelly Colo 223 Paying Too Much for Auto Insurance? Calf FIDELITY 111 S Market 2447171 Ext B BROADWAY 7 a 267-2231 : Missouri had possession at the Colorado 25 Cherry's screen ass to Rcamon was good for 20 yards Beamon gained two icfore plowing over linebacker Billie Drake for the touchdown The victory elevated Missouri's record to 4-3 while Colorado dropped to 6-2 Cstoradn If M-1M 113 11-10-1 t-U 1-1 43S Missouri IS First downs Rwhci-yard Passing yards Saturn yards Passat Punts Pumbias-iost Panaltias-yardt Coio-Mo add n-Bi n i 7-114 7-14 1-1 14 USC Sputters But Wins 18-0 EUGENE Ore (AP) — Top -ranked Southern California its offense stalled by nine fumbles shook loose sophomore Anthony Davis twice on long touchdown runs in the third period Saturday and the unbeaten Trojans stopped Oregon 184) in a Pacific-8 Conference football game Davis went 48 yards fa the Trojans' first touchdown with 6:06 left in the third period Ahout two minutes later the 5-foot-B tailback from San Fernando Calif outraced the Oregon defense for a 55-yard scoring run The two quick scores which boosted Southern Cal to its 13th straight victory since last season came just after Oregon quarterback Dan Fouls was helped from the field with an injured left knee Until Davis who led both teams with 206 yards in rushing picked up two quick touchdowns it had been a scoreless tie for almost 40 minutes A rain-soaked artificial turf especially hampered the USC offense which lost six fumbles Southern Cal 5-0 in the conference and 30 overall lost three of the six fumbles in the first half costing the Trojans two possible touchdowns Quartaback Mike Rae nailed fa 29 yards in losses in the half fumbled four times and Oregon recovered three of them Oregon which upset Stanford 1313 last week appeared headed for a first quarter touchdown But after reaching the USC six Oregon sophomore Sgutlwm Cal Oragaa 70 10 VX " '! 73 I'- Ak t '? ‘S® 7-75 ' 4-17 —7 td) USC— Davia 55 run (run failed) USC— Cunningham I run (pa si failed) A— 32000 Rushat-yardt Failing yinti Return yard! Passat Punts Fumbln-loat PanaltlM-yardl Suuthgrg Cil I Orgggg I iUrfMSPECIAL Khmii IUTUI III liMI I e ihtAwm pntfrtiof paw bam Ktaiwrr 7mfsA9nlw 5‘in nnni I iFrlaan uphdr7 if dalrotp sad rfrAcF ph anl ibwpdindfnfiMihgMigia6AaihsiFdar safrww fraasl IMSanr Ollier 86dOElSti KELLOGG g200WESTtKELLOGG Color ado Missouri tie 7-i7 MU-FO Hill 17 ' -2 MU-Ramon 1 run (HiH kick) Ceio-Davta 1 run (Lima kick) Css-FQ Lima 22 k Mo— Sharp pais tram C harry (Hill C-JdMhyw1 ran (Um kick) halfback Greaser Brown fumbled the ball into the end zone and Southern Cal's Eddie Johnson recovered No 9 Bruins Still Perfect In Pac-8 Play LOS ANGELES (UPI) — James McAlister scored two touchdowns and Mark Harmon passed fa another pair Saturday as the ninth-ranked UCLA Bruins defeated Washington Stale 35-20 to remain undefeated in the Pacilic-8 Washington State dominated play in the first period but the Cougars gave up the ball four times on fumbles in the game to nip numerous ' drives UCLA began rolling in the second quarter' running up a 214) lead and the Bruins were never in danger thereafter The Cougar’s offense was highlighted by the play of tailback Ken Grandberry who ran ova one score and caught a 17-yard touchdown pass Washington State quartaback Ty Paine completed 17 of 28 passes for 225 yards while Harmon made good on five of eight fa 145 yards UCLA needed only seven minutes to score its three touchdowns in the second period After Rich Gunlha recovered Steve Hamilton's second of three fumbles the Bruins drove 52 yards with McAlister scoring from the two Washington If UCLA UCLA— McAlister 7 run UCLA-McAlisitr 71 UCLA— Furrail 11 pill (Harrara kick) WSU— Grandberry 17 pass from Peine (kick failed) WSU— Hamilton 7 pass from Paine (pass failed) UCLA— Lyman S3 pass fram Hannon (Harrara kick) UCLA— Schuhmann 11 ran (Harrara kick) WSU— Grandberry 3 run (Paine ran) A— 27750 BUY FEATURE OF THE WEEK 4 2 MONTH GUARANTEE SERV-A4IFE IATTERY FISK SAFTI-CLASSIC XHP s $ Tmmass 1m el IWsMkMNi MiattyMiNf WHITEWIU HI Sizes Propertleeetely Priced rw T w 3Lk sssr w- A& JFA YA A J fik

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