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Bests Rooinniale Davis for Prize Lincoln Open Champ Soutar Claims Back-To-Back Titles By RANDY YORK Retribution. That's what Dave Soutar got Monday night at Hollywood Bowl for beating his and roommate Dave Davis out of $1,400 in the Lincoln PBA Open tournament. makes us even after Soutar said, referring to a tournament final game in which Davis beat Soutar last year. guess it really matter. The money all vvent into the same our room has been doing pretty well in the last Soutar added after accepting the $3,000 first place check.

wim more than $15,000. Dale Seavoy has already asked if he could get a cot and sleep in our at Oklahoma Soutar personally has accounted for $9,000 in the last seven days with the Lincoln win coming on the heels of a $5,000 paycheck at St. Louis. never really thought about winning back-to-back titles until after 1 shot two 250s Soutar said. something every professional bowler strives for, but rarely Don John.son, who won the 1969 Lincoln Open, was the last to win two straight when he annexed the Firestone Tournament of Champions and New Orleans tournaments last April.

Although Billy Hardwick more tournaments (7) last year in bowling history, none came back-to-back. Davis, however, has done it twice in one year when he was Bowler of the 'VP Siuntat LINCOLN, NEBRASKA NOV. 10, PAGE 21 Year, winning $54,165 in 1967. He won at Las Vegas and Denver and at Green Bay and Omaha. only thing that gets Davis said, that all last week I had to hear all the rah-rah and revelry from St.

Louis and now 1 have to hear it all over again. Seriously, it was the best game ever shot for finishing second. I hit the pocket every He started with a string of three strikes in the championship showdown, then left a threepin in the fourth and spared before opening with a 79 split in the fifth frame. would have bet the farm on that 7-9 related Davfs, who injured his left throwing arm about two weeks ago in his hometown Miami when his car came in collision with a truck. Soutar was too methodical, registering strikes in frames one through four, getting an eight-count and a spare in the fifth and following with si.x straight strikes for a final 275, .50 pins better than 225 effort.

Colts line CJiarirt Statistics rirst downs Rushinq Passing Return yardage Passes Punts Pumbles lost Yards Colts Packers 127 163 74 10-18-1 3-44 1 69 16 130 fis 21 10-23-4 3-48 0 44 Milwaukee i.Ti Two new wrinkles set the tone as the Baltimore Colts continued their charge toward a playoff berth Monday night by downing the Green Bay Packers, 13-10, in a nationally-televised National Football League game. One of those was unveiled on the very first play of the game when running hack Sam Havrilak. a former Bucknell quarterback, took the ball on an apparent reverse and threw to wide receiver Hoy Jefferson. was one of those high school Baltimore coach Don McCafferty said. have been using reverses all sea.son, but the first time we have thrown off Then there was 1.5-yard scamper around right end for the only touchdown of the game.

John Cnitas faked to Havrilak on a plunge through the center of the line, then pitched out to Hill, who turned the left end with nothing but a host of Baltimore jerseys out in front of him. was a great call by McCafferty said. the first time we used it this year. You have to come up with new wrinkles now and then to keep everybixiy Although the score was close, the game Green Bay took an early 3-0 lead, then watched Baltimore explode to a 1.3-3 advantage before the Packers scored their final points with less than two minutes remaining in the game. pass on the first play, which was good for .54 yards, was the only real long gainer of the day as intermittent rain forced both teams to play more conservatively than they wanted to.

thought we could suck (defensive back Ken) Ellis up and ft would go for a McCafferty said of the game-opening surprise. Ellis stayed with Although the drive started by a long play fizzled when Jim missed a 30-yard field goal attempt, it did set the tone of the entire game. Baltimore was in scoring position again only moments after the mfssed three-pointer when safety Rick Volk picked off the first of four Don Horn passes the Baltimore defense intercepted. The Colts apparently scored on a field goal, but Baltimore passed up the points when a holding penalty against Green Bay gave the visitors a first down on the Packer four-yard Ifne. The decision appeared to have backfired, however, when Rob Jeter stepped in front of a receiver in the end zone to pick off a Unitas aerial and returned It to the Green Bay 16.

checked off at the McCafferty said, Jeter must know our check-off number or something. He was there before our man Dale Livingston capped a 71- yard Packer drive with a 20- yard field goal, boosting Green I3ay to a 3-0 lead. After Livingston missed a 39- yard attempt. Unitas took the Colts on an 80-yard drive that ended with 15-yard sweep around left end. then booted three- pointers from 42 and 29 yards before Green Bay finished the scoring when Jim Grabowski plunged one yard for the final touchdown.

Baltimore 3 I i Green Bay 3 0 0 Livinqston 20 IS run (O'Brien kick) Balt-FG O'Brien 42 Ralt-FG O'Brien 29 GB Grabowski 1 run (LiVingston kick) UPl TELEPHOTO Baltimore running back Norm Bulaieli (.36) is stopped for no gain on this pass reception by Circen Bay middle linebacker Kay Nitschke. Colts won, 13-10. Notre Dame Eyes Remateli itli exas in Cotton Bowl Chicago If the battle between Texas and Notre Dame for the top of the National football rankings continues. you can expect the Irish again to go to the Cotton Bowl. There was every indication of this during talks by Notre Dame alhleitc director Ed Krause and a Parseghian Monday at the Chicago Todav Quarterback Club.

With the Cotton, Orange and Sugar Bowls all strongly interested in the Irish, Krause said that I attach more importance to the ranking than to the Notre Dame dropped ite ban on post-season games last year an(J played No. I Texas in the Cotton Bowl, losing a 21-17 thriller. The Irish received $345,000 and the money went Ara Parseghian Cotton Bound? into a fund for minority group students. If the Irish are ranked No. I or 2, and likewise a Krause left little doubt that Notre Dame would be pointing MotlSmlWorkiorTSU In KSII It was back to the Monday for the Nebraska Cornhuskers, who have conducted most of their football practice sessions on grass the past couple of weeks.

Alternate middle guard Bob Pabis was the only Cornhuskcr not participating in the Monday workout. to undergo surgery Thursday to repair the knee damage he suffered in the Iowa State game last week. Quarterback Van Brownson directed one offensive unit in partnership with Bob Jones, but asked to throw the ball. That test will come at mid-week for the ailing signal caller. Brownson and Jerry Tagge remain as the only quarterbacks in the conference with passing completion marks topping .600, Tagge is 77-124 (.621) and Brownson 44-68 Together accounted for 1,660 yarcis and 15 touchdowns.

The Cornhuskers worked for just over an hour Monday, then took a look at Kansas State films. The big concern is the passing of Lynn Dickey, but Cornhusker coach Rob Devaney indicates that the Kansas State defense may be the toughest his team has faced all year. Tuesday Cornhusker Highlights 6:30 p.m. (12). Rassling 10:25 p.m.

(7). Iowa State Highlights 11 25 p.m. to the Cotton Bowl. Both teams far are unbeaten with Notre Dame having Georgia Tech, Louisiana State and Southern California remaining. Texas has Texas Christian.

Texa'S A and Arkansas. At (he moment, highly ranked Nebraska appears headed for the Orange Bowl. The Sugar Bowl is up in the air. Notre share from the Orange Bowl would something near $400,000, about $50,000 more than the Cotton Bowl. Sugar Bowl receipts might even be higher.

will use the money again for a good cause like we did last said Krause, Krause told more than 400 persons attending the Quarterback Club that making a bowl choice, if Notre Dame goes, would be hard. He asked the audience to signify which bowl they preferred for Notre Dame. The Sugar Bowl? No audience reaction. The Orange Bowl? A scattering of applause. from some of our old alumni who are thinking about those southern laughed Krause.

The Cotton Bowl? A round of applause with shouts of I for an audience reaction just came to me while 1 sitting at the never had asked it of a group said Krause. He also disclosed that Notre Dame is planning a SI million renovation of its 40-year-old stadium but bowl money w'ill not be used tor it. have scheduled Cleveland and the Chicago Bears for a pro game in the stadium next said Krause. hope to have a pro game there for each of the next 10 years. The money we receive from them wall go tor admit I was Soutar said.

carried a couple of strikes that I probably Hfs most dramatic strike came in the seventh with a delayed carry on the 10 pin. Dayis led by one pin entering the showdown after whipping six straight foes in the night session on the strength of scores of 259. 190, 248, 235 and another 235. guess I told Dave what he was doing wrong at the wrong Davis said. the last game I told him he wat; backflipping his wri'st too lead had dipped in the last three games when he lost to Paul Colwell, 222-208, beat Jim (iodvvin, 170-141 and lost to Johnny Petraglia, 236211.

Earlier, he had beaten Nelson Burton 258-225 and Bob Strampe, 256-224, while losing to Skee Foremsky, 235208. seems like every time Dave and I bowl agai'nst each other, wc bowl harder than Soutar said of his two- year roommate. Both have bowled hard the other pros this year, too. Soutar has now won $36.318 and Davis $34,310. 1.

Dave Soutar, Gilroy 11-5, 9,465, $3,000. 2. Dave Davis, AAiaml, 11-5, 9,363, 3. Skee Foremsky, Houston, 9-7, 9.335, $1,400. 4.

Wayne Sheridan, Richmond, 115, 9,261, $1,200. 5. Johnny Petraglia, Brooklyn, N.Y., 10-6. 9.231, $1,100. 6.

Nelson Burton St. Louis, 10-6, 9,196, $1,050. 7. Gary Dickinson Fort Worth, 9-7, 9,157, $1,000. 8.

Gary Mage, Seattle, 10-6, 9,132, $950. 9. Teata Semiz, River Edge, N.J., 10-6, 8,945, $900. 10. Butch Gearhart, Fort Lauderdale, 8-8, 8.944, $850.

11. Les Zikes, Palastine, 7-9, 8,798, $800. 12. Don Hellinq St. Louis, 4-12, 8,705, $750.

13. Mike McGrath, El Cerrito, Calif 6-10, 8,668, $700. 14. Paul Colwell, Tucson, 5 11, 8,622, $650. 15.

Bob Strampe, Detroit, 3-13, 8,503, $625. 16. Jim Godman Hayward, 4-12, 8,473, $600. Irisli Nudge Texas Compiled From News Wires Notre Dame completed its rise to the top of the Associated Press college football poll Tuesday, edging past defending national champions who in turn ousted Ohio State three weeks ago. Thanks to a 46-14 rout of Pittsburgh while Texas was having its troubles beating low'ly Baylor 21-14, the Fighting Irish pulled down 23 of 46 first place votes cast by sportswriters and broadcasters across the country and 822 points.

Texas received 13 first place votes and 783 points. Ohio State, Nebraska and held onto the 3-4-5 spots with 728, 638 and 607 points, respectively. Each received three first-place votes, with the remaining one going to 11th- ranked Arizona State. While the AP scribes shuffled their two top teams, the 35- membcr United Press International coaches board decide on whether the Irish or Longhorns were the best in the nation. Both teams polled 13 first place votes and 310 points for a first place lie with Ohio State third at point.s and Nebraska a close fourth again with 243.

all Joe grinned Ara Parseghian when told that Notre Dame was No. 1. i a quarterback, became the all-time total offense leader Saturday. i 0 Parseghian continued, position on the poll changed at all. That is, we feel that it creates a lot of interest in college football, but more to be No.

1 at the end of the season. In our case, however. consider it a tribute to the great leadership of our co-captains, Jim Kelly and Larry DiNardo, and, naturally, to Theismann, who is having a sensational year. He makes us Notre Dame been No. 1 in the final poll since 1966.

UPI 1. (Tie) Notre Dame (13) (7-0) 310 (Tie) Texas (13) (7-0) ..................310 3. Ohio St. (7) (7-0) 281 4. Nebraska (2) (8-0-1) 243 5.

Michigan (8-0) 218 6. Stanford (8-1) ...................................176 7. Auburn 8. Arkansas (7-1) .85 9. Louisiana State (6-1) 69 10.

Tennessee (7-1) 52 Second Ten: 11. Arizona State (41); 12. Air Force (14); 13. Mississippi (12); 14. Dartmouth (7); 15.

(tie) Alabama and Southern California (4); 17. (fie) San Diego State and UCLA (2); 20. Toledo (1). AP 1. Notre Dame (23) 7-0 822 2.

Texas (13) 7-0 783 3. Ohio State (3) 7-0 728 4. Nebraska (3) 8-0-1 633 5. Michigan (3) 8-0 607 6. Stanford 482 7.

Arkansas 7-1 375 8. Auburn 7-1 350 9. Louisiana State 6-1 306 10. Tennessee 7-1 280 Second Ten: 11 Arizona State (204); Mississippi (197); 13. Air Force (140): U.

San Diego State (76); 15. Dartmouth (45); 16 Toledo (38); 17 UCLA (26); 18 Southern Califnrnia (20); 19, Oregon 19); 20. Kansas State (17). Both runnerup Dave Davis (left) and Ivincolii PBA Open winner Dave Soutar are all smiles at the trophy presentation following the bowling tournament completion at Hollywood Bowl Monday night. Doing Well Ole Miss Archie will play again liiaskethali With two exceptions, boycotting basketball players at Detroit University resumed practice Monday under coach Jim Harding.

The NBA Atlanta Hawks filed their second suit attempting to restrain Joe Caldwell from playing with the ABA Carolina Cougars. Former 7-0 Carolina eager Larry Kunce was fined $650 and placed on five years probation for two cases of attempted extortion. Foothall Franklin McRae, a third-year pro. filed a $122,.500 breach of contract suit agai'nst the Los Angeles Rams. The New Orleans Saints placed running back Andy Livingston on their injured reserve list.

Buffalo Bills halfback 0. J. Simpson is out of the hospital but chances play Sunday. Meanwhile, two quarterbacks, Woodall of the New York Jets and Daryle Lamonica of the Oakland Raiders have bruised shoulders but will play this week. Cleveland Browns coach Blanton Collii'r says rookie quarterback Mike Phipps w'ould start game at Cincinnati in place of veteran Bill Nelsen.

Baseball Doctors have decided against surgery at this time on the knee of New York outfielder Tommie Agee. Pitcher Ferguson Jenkins, who won 20 games for the fourth year in a row in 1970. says going to ask for a contract from the Chicago Cubs. Oilier Sports Don Warren, triple jump champ last summer at 51-2, has been dismissed from athletics participation at Northeast. La.

University. Toronto goalie Jacques Plante will be lost to the Maple Leafs for at least a week with a stretched ligament. Sanford (Sandy) Hawley became only the fourth jockey in North American thoroughbred racing history to win 400 races in one season. Ken llosewall succeeded Rod Laver as tennis Player of the Year. Closed circuit television of the Cassius Quarry lieavvweight tight grossed $3 million.

(QB Might 1 Memphis, Tenn. What at first appeared to be the end of Archie college football career may be only a temporary setback. The super quarterback may return to action within 10 diiys. That was the word from doctors following two hours of surgery Monday on the left arm, broken below the elbow Saturday. The surgery here consisted of implanting a stainless steel compression plate in arm.

It is a technique developed in Switzerland. The docctors had said earlier the star would be in a east for three months. That would have meant the end of action for Manning this season. The injury came in a 24-13 victory by Ole Miss over Houston. Manning had just been tackled when he pushed out his left hand to break his fall.

hand slide when 1 landed. On that stuff, (artificial turf) you he told reporters later. If responds to treatment as expected, he may be able to play when Ole meets arch rival LSU Dec. 5. LSU coach Charles McClendon said he be surprised to see Manning at the helm when his Tigers plav the Rebels.

Manning has alwavs been a miracle man as far 'as LSU is McKTlendon said, nothing would me. forget, Manning did play against us and beat us with a cracked rib in Frank (Bruiser) Kinard, interim coach at Ole Miss, said: feel this way about it: He can do anything anyone else do. I talked with his doctor this morning and the impression I get that can play Dec. Manning, a red-haired native of Drew, began the season as a leading contender for the Heisman Trophy. IP' had been a little off pace in cent weeks because of a groin injury.

With the injury and a minor heart attack suffered last month by coach Jolm Vaught, it has been an upsetting time for Ole Miss fans. Vaught is also hospitalized in Memphis. have got to gel better, they gel much Manning said. Others, however, claim it would have been much worse ii had broken throwing arm.

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