The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 1, 1971 · Page 17
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teammate. .«SOff, r *S'«v*^« 1 - 1 3* x VjJvri*** — <•« -NW «;.i**wiv*As s <^v. v.--. -^. ". - •• " m - ----- -IP o J J T V ~O" 'Emerson Mttipaldi (right) chats with est unofficial lap toe ttis week for Sunday s "U.S. Heine Wisell of Sweden after setting fast- Grand Pnx at Watkins Glen, N. Y. - __ For Donohue RIVERSIDE, Calif. (UPD— Bonnie Allison, the NASCAR veteran from Hueytown, Ala., •will be Mark Donohue"B stand-in in Roger Penske's factory Javelin Sunday in the sixth annual Misson Bell 200. The Penske-prepared Sunoco Sooners Begin Big Challenge Against Trojans on Saturday Ogden Standard-Examiner, Friday, October : 1, 1971 Cowboys Face Allen Jinx Sunday United Pratt International:,. The Dallas Cowboys, -vyiteone of 'the-best-wparlpst record,.-.in; football" over, "the ,past ; : two: years, will have to snap : a Jiree-game losing, jinx^ agairist Washington -Redskins! 'coach George Allen Sunday., '• Allen, who has • led, the '• Skins to, two straight victories this season and ,. a. ; tie- .'with the Cowboys for''first -place in-the Eastern Division of .the JSTation : al'F.ootball Conference, holds a 3-0 .lifetime, record•' against Dallas. Allen's Los, Angeles Rains defeated Dallas twice in regular season play and once in a playoff game. . Dallas, which.hasiwbn.15 of its last 16 games-but'is-better Icnown for its knack for losing the big one, must..'beat the Redskins to' stay'on'top in the Eas'fc- The • oddsmakers. -have made :the ^Cowboys a. 13-point favorite. ';' .: In ' other, -games-' .Sunday Pittsburgh and San Diego-and Cincinnati and; Green Bay are pick 'em, the. Rams-are four over,' Chicago,. Kansas -City is sevejn over Denver,. Detroit is seven over Atlanta; Houston is seven'Over-New Orleans, Miami is -seven over the. Jets; ;St.Louis is-10 over the Giants, Baltimore is .TA- over 'New-./England,' San Francisco is 14; over Philadelphia' and • Minnesota .is 14; over Buffalo. . . • 3-POlNT CHOICE . Oakland, is- a -3-point favorite over Cleveland', on -Monday night. ' ••••,•' Allen's Skins, ' spiced .-with veterans' ; from around the ponents 'to '.20. points over .toe[Allen picked up. from the New " ' —' s led the league, have 'scored two impressive victories --:•'. this year over St.Louis.,.arii the Giants. Led by: a ; defense 'that includes •new acquisitions. Maxie Baug- iian. Jack ;Pardee, Diron Talbert,-' Verlori Biggs, Ron McDole ' and: ; Richie Petibone,' Washington has held its op- first ' two games— the ' best record in the NFC. -.Allen, who crime to Washington this- year from' Los Angeles, has" been pleasantly surprised by his offense, especially after the injury sustained- by quarterback Sonny Jurgensen in preseason. Bill Kilmer, whom Ali Matched Against Mathis in Astrodome VNEW'YORK-(UPI) — Muham-'and won a decision, over George mad All hopes to continue to wage his one-inan battle against the heavyweight • division, on Nov. 17 in. a'12-round bout in Houston's Astrodome against idle, overweight Buster Mathis., The official signing for the bout was to-be held, today at the Americana Hotel -at 11 a.m. with both- fighters .'attending. '. Mathis 'has • not fought since losing a 12-round decision to Jerry Quarry, one. of the three ranking fighters he-ever .met, in March, 1969 in Madison- Square Garden". However, 'the 27-yearr old • fighter has been • training ever since the 1 loss -in -case the opportunity came .along to fight ntrfliTl dgdill. STOPPED tN 11 • In his other .two bouts against ranking, fighters, the bulky, but fast Mathis was stopped in 11 Chuvalo-in 1969. Aside from the losses to '.'Frazier and Quarry, Mathis has 29 victories. The proposed . bout will provide 'the second tuneup for Ali since. he lost to Frazierin a heavyweight title bout in March. His first bout after Frazier .-was a 12-round TKO over Jimmy Ellis in Houston. The match 'also would appear to cancel All's plans to meet Mac- Foster in. Tokyo on Nov. 29; The Tokyo match reportedly has financial problems and also difficulty in securing permission from the Japanese Boxing Federation for. it to be held. ••While -waiting for a rematch with Frazier, the 29-year-old Ali has said -he intends to fight at least ' three more times, including the 'match with Mathis. The rematch with- Frazier' is expected to be held in the spring in T no Aneroloc Saints, has led the attack in Sonny's place. Against the Giants he threw for 309 yards. Kilmer's-job has been made easier; by ,• an outstanding corps of receivers that includes Charley Taylor, \ Roy Jefferson . and Jerry Smith. I The Cowboys have a good deal o£ firepower themselves, with a tough veteran defense and an explosive offense. The Dallas secondary picked off seven passes last week against the Eagles as -they scored an easy 42-7 victory. The defense improved immeasurably after they- were burned on several occasions by Bills' quarterback Dennis Shaw in the season opener. EACH STARTED ONE The one problem that seems to hang over 'the Cowboys is finding a No. 1' quarterback. Coach Tom Landry can't seem to make up his mind on Craig Roger Staubach. have started one Morton or They each game so far. It figures to be Morton against the Redskins as. he relieved last week and hit on 15 of 22 passes of 188 yards and two touchdowns. Staubach had to sit out when he was knocked silly by a strong Eagle pass rush. is a crucial game for both teams if they have their sights set on the Super Bowl— and you can bet both Allen and Landry are already dreaming about New Orleans in January. ] Javelin will be tested in the 10th calendar than . eighth-ranked Trans-Am -race of the year over Oklahoma must undertake .on Trans-Am race of lie year over the 2.54-mile, nine-turn course at the Riverside International United Press International There may not be a tougher three weeks of scheduling on the entire 1971 college football calendar than . eighth-ranked Raceway. With Donohue at the wheel, the Javelin won seven of the first nine races. Savage . successive weekends, beginning this Saturday at Norman, Okla. The Sooners, who have climbed back into national prominence after a three-year rebuilding 'program, meet l«h- , » <,-,rs,,Ta n Santa Ana I ranked- Southern California and face sixth-ranked, Colorado Media captured the Trans-Am cham- on _ Oct. it>. pionshdp for American Motors. - A cnaiienge, Donohue opted for a Permula I ride in the U. S. Grand Prix at Watkins Glen, N.Y., Sunday. Then Savage and Donohue both decided to skip their Sunday assignments to go to Trenton N.J., for a U.S. Auto Club race after it was Sooners' defensive coach Larry Lacewell. "Probably the biggest challenge a defensive team has ever undertaken. GREAT CHALLENGE "Southern Cal comes in here with Jimmy Jones (quarter- . baek) ,~ -nt wi.w^j ^ >jv.*« . ~Sam Cunningham VXIUAS ***\*v* «*.—-. --- _ rescheduled after being rained! out last weekend. Penske- assigned Allison, 33, to drive the Sunoco Javelin. , we gocia Ilguie a noy w aiut , Practice begins today with j cyff Branch- Charlie Davis -and qualifying for -the 200-mder set Jl)hn Tarver . rd say it's got to for Saturday. • '- - *--' .fullback). Then-we got Texas and Jim Bertelsen and Eddie Philips. When we play Colorado we gotta figure a way to stop be one of challenges our Cage Course Scheduled A basketball referee's course will be held at Bonneville High School gymnasium thisjfall. The BYU Ogden Center for Continuing Education, located ..^^ _„„, at 555 24th St., is sponsoring j^g Michigan State; fifth-ranked Alabama taking on Mississippi commence a t Birmingham, Ala., Colorado Bonneville hosting Kansas State, seventh- ranked Auburn entertaining the greatest players have Kentucky, ninth-ranked Stanford - hosting Duke and 10th- ranked' Washington visiting Illinois. OPENING LPSS a six-point choice but must count heavily on its offense to produce if- it is to whip the .Trojans. Quarterback Jack Mildren and running back Greg Lacewell is fearful of -South- Pruitt have been outstanding em Cal, which after an opening. . . Sooners in the first two loss to Alabama has scored successive shutouts . in its last two games against Rice, and Illinois. "Southern Cal has been on the verge of offensive explosions all three Saturdays they've played this year," says Lacewell. "If they hadn^t fumbled in certain situations, it could have been awesome. You're gonna sae some people when they take the field here Saturday." Some real people." Head coach Chuck Fairbanks concurs with LacewelPs evaluation of the Trojans. "I don't for .the Sooners in the, first two games, with Mildren having scored four touchdowns and having averaged 9.0 think we'll play another team so deep in 'talent. This team will present a tremendous challenge to our squad. It will take a complete and unified effort by our squad and coaches to win this game," said Fairbanks. SCORED. 85 POINTS cnauenses our piavers nave Oklahoma, which has scored ever bfen confronted with. 1185 points in two games, is rated don't remember facing so many potential Ail-Americans in my life." Other games involving the top 10 teams Saturday find top- ranked Nebraska hosting Utah State, second-ranked Michigan entertaining Navy, Texas playing host to Oregon, fourth- ranked Notre Dame entertain- 'Moore,you can't sell my perfect five-year-old bourbon* the course. Instruction will this Tuesday at . High from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. The course will continue the following five Tuesdays until Nov. 9. Registration fee is S10 per individual or $40 per LDS Stake .^ J (no limit on the number a stake at suc ft an incredibly can register). i ]_... m-ioo" The instructor is Keven Thred-1 IOW pnoe. gold, who has been president' of the Northern Utah Umpires Assodation for several years and a member of the Ogden Basketball Association for 20 years. BYU Center officials note tn-atj the course should' be of special' interest to individuals connected with the LDS Church athletic program. Nordic Valley Sets Men's Banquet The Nordic Valley Men's Golf j Association will stage its annual awards banquet Saturday, Oct. 9, at 7 p.m. in the clubhouse: . Members are to make reservations by Oct. 7 by calling-7453495. Pruitt yards a carry. . A battle of undefeated teams will take place at Birmingham where Alabama meets old Rival Mississippi. Both teams are 3-0, although Alabama's victories have come against much tougher competition. 'The ,Rebels whipped Alabama soundly a year ago. but the Crimson Tide is a 13-point choice to avenge last year's setback. AT SOUTH BEND Another old rivalry will be held at South Band, Ind., where Notre Dame hosts Michigan State. Five years ago this rtsatch was labeled "the greatest college football game ever played" when the two clubs, ranked No. 1 .and 2 in the country, battled to a memorable 10-10 tie. Since then the Irish have kept up their tradition of top grade football while the Spartans have fallen oti hard times. This one still gets national television exposure, however, even though Michigan State is a decided 17- i point underdog. • " Elsewhere, Stanford is a 15% point choice over Duke. Washington is. a 13% point favorite over Illinois, Auburn is favored bv 24 over Kentucky ' and Colorado, Nebraska, Texas and Michigan are all prohibitive favorites over their-opponents. "Watch me Mattingly." EXHIBITION RESULTS Buffalo (N8A) 116. 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