The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on October 1, 1967 · Page 21
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Th Pantagraph B-S Bloomington-Normal, III. Sun., Oct. I, 1967 L f "rY - tJ ft ft Jlf M . ,V.... T vCTC K . w-. . . g- v. V X i. H V.-ff x -., a r .- ; ,W A . 5 . V & 5. ' ... V ' -, : nt . . 41 Dolphins To Face Jets' Namath AX1 By Ben Olan Associated Press Sports Writer The Miami Dolphins are worried about Joe Namath, but don't have to be about Matt Snell, as they prepare to meet the New York Jets today in a battle for the Eastern Division lead in the American Football League. The game between the unbeaten Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs, co-leaders in the Western Division, also highlights the day's program. The San Diego Chargers play the Buffalo Bills while Denver takes on Houston in the other games. The Boston Patriots are not scheduled. "If Namath gets a hot hand, like he did against us last year. New York will be rough," said Dolphins' coach George Wilson, referring to the brilliant Jets' quarterback. Tops AFL Passing The Jets beat Miami .'3U-13 in Shea Stadium last year after recording a 19-14 triumph on the Dolphins' field. This year, each team has a 1-1 mark and leads in important statistical categories. New York, led by Namath, tops the AFL in passing and total offense. Miami boats the circuit's best pass defense. The Dolphins' opposition has averaged only 63 yards passing in the first two games. "'Denver completed just six passes and although Kansas City threw only 13 times, they completed only seven," Wilson noted. Miami dropped a 24-0 decision to Kansas City last week after an opening game victory over the Broncos. San Diego Undefeated New York, which beat Denver 38-24 a week ago after losing to Buffalo, will be without fullback Snell for at least six weeks. He underwent surgery Friday on his left knee. He suffered a torn cartilage in the game against the Bills. The game between the Chiefs and Raiders, each 2-0, shapes up as a defensive struggle. Kansas City comes off its shutout victory over Miami while Oakland rested last week after walloping Denver 51-0 and Boston 35-7. San Diego, the circuit's only other unbeaten team at 2-0, now has a healthy Lance Alworth for the opposition to contend with. Alworth climbed right back among the leaders in receiving when he caught 10 passes for 121 yards and one touchdown in a 13-3 triumph over Houston last week. Buffalo, 1-3, suffered the lirst shutout in its history a week ago in a 23-0 loss to Boston. Despite their loss to the Jets, the Broncos staged a fine offensive showing last week as Steve Tensi connected on 14 of 30 passes for 256 yards and two touchdowns. In addition, Floyd Little had his best day from scrimmage, gaining 55 yards in 10 carries. Houston leads in the Kemp Kept in Place Minnesota's George Kemp charges into the Nebraska line but is stopped for no gain in second quarter Saturday at Lincoln, Neb. Minnesota blocker Dick Enderle (foreground) falls away as Nebraska's Barry Alvarez and Jim McCord (64) move in for stop. Nebraska won the nonconference game, 7-0. (AP Wirephoto) Orduna's Touchdown Leads Nebraska Win LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Nebraska sophomore halfback Joe Orduna cracked open a rugged defensive football battle with a bulling 25-yard touchdown run in the third quarter Saturday and the seventh-ranked Corn-huskers posted a 7-0 decision over Minnesota. It was the 20th consecutive home field win for Nebraska, and an all-time record Memorial Stadium crowd of 65,361 satj in as Nebraska ran its season record to 2-0. It was Minnesota's j first loss in two starts. A 04-yard drive highlighted by rookie quarterback Frank Patrick' passes set up the game winning touchdown after each team had shackled the other's offenses and the only solid threat had been long field goal tries. Passes of 11 and nine yards to Dennis Riehnafsky and an 18-yarder to Dick Davis helped put Yardstick Minnesota Nebraska first quarter, and Minnesota was held to a net of two . Minnesota 0 0 0 00 Nebraska o o ; oi First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles tost Yards penalized 10 3 140 19 92J-1 10-40 0 JO 16 231 135 731 4 10 Neb Orduna 25 run (Bomberger kick) Attendance 65,361. Orduna in scoring position, and the 5-10 .180-pound speedster shook off four tacklers to reach the end zone, standing up. Other Nebraska drives ended in three unsuccessful field goal attempts, and a fumble on Minnesota's seven nullified another Cornhusker threat in the final period. Minnesota's Bob Stein missed on a 33-yard field goal try in the second quarter. So rugged were delenses of the two old and muscular rivals that Nebraska could gain a net of only four yards rushing in the Tiw IWIJ Tvtun ISU Freshmen Open Monday Illinois State University's freshman football team, thin in numbers, opens its season with a controlled scrimmage against Illinois Wesleyan's junior varsity at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Hancock Stadium. The squad, coached by former ISU line star Bill O'Neill, has 43 players. Less than 20 of the fledging Redbirds won all-conference honors on their high school teams. Five of the players, however, won mention on various all-state teams. They are slotback Dave Trotter of Galesburg iKnoxville) and four linemen-Charles Chrisman of Roodhousc (North Greene), Jim Conrad of Peoria (Central), Rob Irwin of Rockford (Harlem) and Steve Johnson of Gencseo. Eight players listed as halfbacks won all-conference honors. They are Fred Cleland of Capron (North Boone), Phil Hartzler of Minonk (Minonk-Dana-Rutland), Sherman "Skip" Jones of East Moline (United Township), Dan Lanzotti of j Champaign. Tom Newton of lEvanston (Niles Notre Dame), (John Riddick of Kewanee, Mike IRodino of Pontiac and Mike ! Thomas of Pekin. Other' prep all - conference igridders are slotback Rick Boh-i lander of El Paso and lineman Dick Diller of Chatsworth, Mike (Flint of Highland Park (Deer- ; field ), Butch Howell of Harvey (Joliet Central). Richard Roberts of Franklin Park (East Ley-den), and Chris Swanson of Aurora (East). : ISU's first full-scale freshman igame will be against Wilson j Junior College at 1 p.m. on Oct. j 14. The Redbirds will be at Jo liet Junior College on Oct. 19 and at Western Illinois on Oct. 26. Then come successive home games at 7:30 against Eastern Illinois on Nov. 2 and DuPage Valley College on Nov. 9 to close the season. Assisting O'Neill with the frosh is Bob Koehler, ISU's head wrestling coach. NAME ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY I rishman Football Team POS. HT. WT. HOMETOWN Charles Barrilleaux (i 60 700 Allen Rick Bohlander . Slot 5-7 15 El Paso Phil Brokaw E 6-5 IV5 j0y Jorm Brown C 6-3 190 Normal Gerry Carper E 6 0 IO Highland Park Charles Chrisman G 6-1 200 Roodhouse Fred Cleland HH 5-9 175 Capron Jim Conrad . .. T 6-4 ?10 Peoria Dick Diller C 5-10 ISO Chatsworth Mike Flint G 5-11 185 Highland Park George Grlftin E 6-3 185 Alton Gregory Hagen FB 5-11 t0 Alton Phil Hartzler HB 5-11 172 Minonk Charles Holm G 5-10 175 Wauconda Butch Howell E 5- 165 Harvey Rib Irwin T 6-0 -708 Rockford Steve Johnson G 5-11 200 Geneseo Sherman (Skip) Jones ... HB 6-? 190 East Molin John Kearin G 5-10 162 Oak Park Jim Kuczek HB 5-10 160 Chicago Dan Lanzotti HB 5-9 170 Champaign John Lyons G 5-9 185 Chicago Jerry Mann T 6-4 235 Carbondale Dave Nelson G 5-10- 160 Crete Tom Newton HB 5-7 165 Evanston Dale Nunemaker Slot 5-10 175 Dixon Steve Poznansky E 5-8 V0 Skokie John Ragland HB 5-11 180 Wauconda Wayne Rickey E 5-11 150 Gibson City John Riddick HB 5-9 185 Kewanee Richard Roberts . . . . E t-2 205 Franklin Park Rick Rnbley . . OB 6-0 165 Alton Mike Rodino HB 5-10 168 Pontiac Bob Rogers . . FB 5-11 190 Decatur Ken Schweitzer C 6-0 210 Monmouth Mike Simonds . G 5-10 195 Cary Dennis Studinski T 5-10 215 Berwvn Chris Swanson G 6 0 180 Aurora Bob Swords . G 6-3 190 Milan Mike Thomas HB 5-7 160 Pekm Dave Trotter Slot 5-11 185 Galesburc-i Dave Wolf . G 6-0 185 Kankake Dsn Young HB 6-0 v 155 Loves Park Penn Defeats Lehigh, 35-23 PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Senior quarterback Bill Creeden passed for two touchdowns and ran for one as Penn opened its 91st fool ball season with a 35-23 ; victory over a Lehigh University team wiiiuii overcome a !two - touchdown deficit before bowing. Creeden. who was ninth in total offense in the nation last year, passed 11 yards to Cabot Knowlton for a TD. and ran seven yards for another to give Penn a 14-0 frist period lead. Lehigh, which last week overcame a 20-0 deficit to beat Ithaca 50-20. rallied behind junior quarterback Rich Laubach lor three TDs and a 20-14 half-time edge. ! Carthage Raps North Central NAPERVILLE. 111. (AP) -Carthage College displayed a brilliant defense Saturday and roared over North Central 28-0 in an opening game of the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin. The Redmen took a 7-0 half-time lead on a five-yard touchdown run in the first half and then scored trtiree more times in the second half. A 30-yard pass from Larry Ebert to Larry Weiss made it 14-0 and Carth age put it out of reach when Chris Pivovar intercepted a pass : and dashed 27 yards for an- : other score. : Tulane Beats North Carolina i CHAPEL HILL. N.C. (AP") : iTulane's surprising Green Wave : j swamped North Carolina 36-11 ; j today in an intersectional foot- I ball game. j ' A crowd of 32,000 watched in j i disbelief as Tulane made aj ; nightmare of the home debut of j : the Tar Heels' new coach Bill : Dooley. ' The Tar Heels , went ahead, ; briefly on a field goal in the'; first period but Tulane matched it minutes later, then scored twoj ; touchdowns in the second peri- : od, added two easy ones in the third and a bonus score in the fourth. Liverpool Cops League Lead LONDON (AP - Tom Smith. scored on a penalty in the sec-! : oud hall Saturday and sent Liverpool Into a one-point lead in the English soccer league. Smith's goal in the 59th minute gave Liverpool a 2-1 vie-, tory over Stocke City before a j crowd of 50,000. The teams were all square 1-1 at halftime after Alan Blorr had scored for Stocke in the; seventh minute and Peter j Thompson got a goal for Liver- pool in the 39th minute Southern Loses 19-10 , CARBONDALE, III. (UPI) - Lincoln (Mo.) University scored touchdowns in the final three i quarters to defeat Southern Illi- nois University 19-10 Saturday. ! Trailing 10-6 with two seconds to play in the third quarter, halfback Lamar Parris took a SIU kickoff and ran 89 yards for the touchdown. Two plays earlier. SIU scored on a two-yard plunge by fullback Doug Hollinger. The Lincoln Tigers scored their final touchdown in the fourth period when Willie Lewis ran 73 yards with 21 seconds to go. Florida State Loses TALLAIIASEE, Fla. (AP) -North Carolina State combined steady running, good kicking and a strong defense to grind out a 20-10 footall victory over Florida State Saturdav. Whitworth Leads By Two Strokes MON'TEBELLO. Calif. (API-Tall Kathy Whitworth of Coro-nado Springs, 'N.M.. shot the lowest round of the tournament Saturday, a sparkling 4-under- par 33-3568. and took a two-shot lead after two rounds of the $16,000 Ladies Los Angeies Open golf tournament. Miss Whitworth. top money winner of the year with S86.681. and winner of seven tournaments, built a 36-hole total of 71-63 139. four under par in the 54-hole event at Montebello Country Club. One shot behind was surprising Sandra McClinton. of Mine-ola, Tex., who also had a 68 to go with an opening 73. Miss McClinton, former rodeo bronc and steer rider, is winless after six years on the tour. Her 34-3468 tied her lifetime best score. Shirley Englehorn of Caldwell, Idaho, shot her second straight par-71 round to take third spot with 132. Bolt, Charles Share Lead in Atlanta Meet ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) - Tommy Bolt, former U.S. Open winner seeking his first tournament victory in six years, and lefty Bob Charles of New Zealand took the third round lead in the $110,000 Atlanta Golf Classic Saturday with a one-stroke edge over Dave Marr. Bolt, 49. carved out a five-un-der-par 67 on the hilly Atlanta Country Club course to deadlock ; at 212 with Charles, who came charging in with a 69. Marr, a co-leader in the second round, bogied two of the first three holes Saturday but caught fire on the back side of the 7,049-yard layout to finish with an even-par 72 and a 213 total. He was a stroke ahead of former National Amateur champion Labron Harris of Stillwater, Okla., who shot his second 70 of the tournament to go two under. Hailey, Benningfield Pace Rice Win il'Pli-Quarterack Robert Hai-j ley threw two touchdown passes 1 and tailback L.V. Benningfield dashed 60 yards for another to ;give Rice a 21-7 victory over Navy Saturday night. I Hailey, filling in for the .injured Robby Shelton, hit I Benningfield on a 24-yard scoring pass in the first quarter land then threw 33 yards to reserve end Dickie Phillips to put Rice ahead permanently I early in the fourth quarter. j Then Benningfield, who had cost rice a touchdown earlier by fumbling to Navy in thej Middies' end zone, slashed off! tackle at his own 40, cut backj and outraced the Navy seconda- j ry untouched for the clinching j touchdown. 4 The run came on the first1 play after Rice had stopped a Navy drive which carried from the Middies 21 to the Rice 40. Navy scored in the second quarter on rese. e halfack Jeri Balsly's seven-yard run. It was Navy's only effective drive of the night. Utah Scores 21-0 Victory Over Oregon CITY, Utah! 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