The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 53
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 53

Ogden, Utah
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Sunday, October 3, 1971
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Ogden Standard-Examiner, Sunday, October 3, 1971 3D - -. NOTRE DAME'S Bob Minnix (18) is tackledbyMichigan State'j,f gj^^) win. 14- Idaho Pounds Past Montana set Montana up on the luano supuuuuMc m^cuLtJ. w «•-*»• | -* ~ Rick Seefried piloted the Idaho failed. Vandals to 21-12 upset of pre-< The viously - undefeated Montana I with 2 - - • — ' • when Fred .Vandals moved ahead scored. . extra ^ try of Bob| TUmqutat ^ ^ again _ and keepers off foslanCG ! twrt> u»»^- «>.*»«..—. ---—- The Grizzlies showed theirjkickoff and drove:to the Vandal -- " t ~ uchd " own .that put Idaho — a Steve Caputo that capped an 84-iagainst Idaho. (the extra points after the Idaho | COSTLY MISTAKES Texas Tech Edges Luckless Arizona - TUCSON, Ariz. (UPI) —Texas :in the second period'because of Tech. taking advantage o£j a holding penalty. Just before mistake after mistake' by mg half, .Mike Desylvia booted Arizona, broke a three-game lg _ var d field goal to tie the losin ff streak Saturday ov ciown- J ° ing tee Wildcats 13-10. " !game at 10-10. • ._ Tech recovered five Arizona! Tech carne back midway m fumbles, four of them inside thej the third period when Grimes Red Raider 25-yard line, and j lacked a 28-yard field goal after intercepted three passes to Arizona's defense stopped a long stymie the Wildcat offense. |R e d Raider . drive. Arizona scored first when In the" second half, Arizona, Jackie Wallace went 73 yards-now 2-1, drove within the Tech with a lateraled punt return, two |25 several times only to be minutes after the opening kick-j stopped by fumbles, interception O ff land penalties. With one minute Tech evened toe score four!to go in the game Arizona lost sllcJd^^^ and rambled 69 yards into.the|his own 14 and Tech took over !scores. | Following the Idaho kickoff, ! Caputo fumbled on his 29-yard |line setting up- another Vandal ' touchdown. Ten plays later Riley scored from the- three and Castillo I added the extra point, making ' it 21-12. The Idaho win ended a 23- game win streak that spanned two plus years for the Montana Grizzlies and included two Big Sky Conference titles. Montana is now 0-1 in the conference and. Idaho 1-1. . . Score by quarters: i Idaho 0 7 14 0-21 606 0-12 Mont — Caputo 11 run failed) | Ida — Riley 3 run (kick Castillo) Mont — Caputo 11 run (kick filed) Ida — Seefried 64 run (Castil- l ° kick) ,„ .--,, i Ida — Riley 3 run (Castillo 1 kick) A — ll.QOOO offen-l GAME STATISTICS fipfd" eoafbv Don Grimes; "isive" statistics" but lost several! statistics-of the Idaho-Montana ' Arizona then had a 56-yard'scoring opportunities by its' game Saturday: touchdown pass nullified early I mistakes. _i Idaho Montana —— ' : ^| First downs 14 l» Rushing yardage 163 322 Passing yardage [Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 112 . 16 0 39 13-22-2 1-8-1 5-42.6 4-35.3 1 2 3 32 38 HELEN'McENTIRE and Estelle Mencimer- will -direct the- red and blue tournament Tuesday, the women's final event of. the seasonal the-.Ogden Golf and Country;Club, t ... V- Country Club Women Set Final Event The women's annual red and. blue 'tournament at the Osden Golf and.Country Club will be held Tuesday with coffee and rolls at -8:30 -a.m. and a shotgun start at:9:30, a.m. .• Prizes will be awarded, for low putts and long drive for the day. . . A social hour .and luncheon will Mow golf. Tee assignments are: FIRST OFF Tee No 1, Bonnie Harper, Fern 'Stephens, • Barbara Moore, Conche- Mathon; Mo 2 Ethel ' Peterson, .Gladys. Badcr, Phyllis Glasmann, Kathcryn Barney: No. 3 Betty Rounds, Eleanor Hone, Virginia •Peterson, Roma Westenskow; No. 4, Warge Rynders, Gerry Gotfdsrd, Judy : Oborn, Donna Hartman; No. 5, Fran Hammond, Sue Scrmeirer, Honey N-iehaus, Karlene Fornsworth; No.-6, Carolyn Spurlock, van- ile Porter, Irene Hurst, Marge Wright. No 7, Cora loomis, Janc.Bauter, Mildred Horsley, Martha Thompson; No,. 8, Lorraine Gramas/ Ullic- Berrctt, . Shirley Dunhar, .Barbara Jensen; No. 9, Thelma Blair, Elaine- Hollenbeck, Beth Glasmann, Jane Brown; No. -10,. Cora Beutler, Bonnie Burbidge, Edna Eckhardt, Partner; No. 11, Luacane Pmgrec, Abble Balch, Idonna Brunetti; :Helen Dunbar; No. .12, Joyce Way,. Shirley: Meal, Val Newton, "NO ^T^Pat Wecker,. Hstelle Mencimer, Kay Kammeyer, Eunice Buttsrs; No. u. Ma-loo Young, Gertrude Rounds, Drue Douglas Twila Kammeyer;-No,-15 r,race _W I- liams, Athlene-Johnson,,.Rosic Olson,-Ruth Parryv No. 14, Helen Hansen, .LaPrcal Mattsson, Mildred 'Hendrix, Jane AAorrin; No -.17, : Joan- Hunt, Georgia Erickson, Beth'McFarland, Sandy Morsian; No. IB, Mary Ford,' Min Eccl«, Janice Johanson, . J8 ne, Bean, f . stt()ND off . .- •• , 1 No. 1, Dottie -Stinc, Norms McKee,,Annis Tribe; No. 10. Alice Ballinger, ;.part ' ner, Mickey - BurdMt, partner. Irish Knock Over Spartans 14-2 SOUTH BEND,, Ind. (UPI)— Notre- Dame's Bob Minnix scored twice in.the opening 11 minutes'Saturday and the No. 4 ranked OFighting Irish stumbled: :.the. rest -of the way to .hold on for a '14-2., triumph over.,.-,-•• underdog' Michigan State! • " The ' highly touted Irish marched":sO yards in 17 plays for a touchdown . on Minnix's ' one-yard run the first time they • had-"flie: ball: • . , Then, when, Michigan . State first :had -possession, the Spar- tans' 'Henry Matthews, fumbled-.' and Jim Musuraca recovered for Notre Dame on the Spartan . 17 Bill Biter ran 11 yards and on the next play Minnix went 6 for the touchdown. The Spartans were their own worst enemy when they; had a chance to come back, but the Notre Dame offense couldn't take advantage of the opportunities given to them. Spartan quarterback • Frank Kokb; completed a 53-yard pass . to Billy Joe DuPress to the Notre Dame->6,. but a penalty killed the play and set the Spartans back to their own 37. The next time Michigan State had the ball Kolch connected to DuPress again on an 18-yard pass to the Irish 3(Tand "again a penalty cancelled the play and put .the Spartans on their own 37. On the next possession by Michigan State DuPress pulled in a pass from Kolch .on. the Irish 37 and for a third straight time a penalty nullified the gain and Michigan State was back on its 29. 'By that time, playing in 85- degree heat, it appeared doubtful whether the squads could survive the playing conditions. But the Spartans got a safety when reserve' running back Larry Parker of Notre Dame 1 tried to run through the line after a Michigan state punt went out of bounds on the Irish 1. He fumbled when he was hit by Ron Curl and Etter recovered in the end zone for a safety, the only points Michigan State could put on the board. Kolch went most of the way for the Spartans and completed seven of 25 passes for 81 yards, but none of them put Michigan State near the goal line. Michigan State rushed for only 32 yards against iV " the massive Notre Dame defense. The Irish, using almost every running back available on the squad, passed for only 91 yards, but the Notre Dame rushers picked up 214 on the ground. Notre Dame might have scored twice more, but Etter fumbled once- on the 5 to lose possession and,_ on another occasion when Etter completed a two-yard touchdown pass to John Cieszkowski, the play was called back for offside and the Irish never reached the end zone again. It was the third win without a loss for Notre Dame, the third straight over a Big Ten team, and the defeat was the second in four games for Michigan State. ROY OPEN everything under the Sun for '•:?, .- ', " / ' V ftv'4 "-•' ' /• <' • t * ? j. * ' MODEL 120 SAVAGE SPRINGFIELD .22 RIFLE Safety, economy and reliability all wrapped up in on« rifle. 120 bolt action lingle shot »hooti shorM, . longs or long rifle. 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