The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 54
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Sunday, October 3, 1971
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40 Ogcen Standard-Examiner, Sunday, October 3, 1971 LAIUMIE, Wyo. (UPI) —AnRam 40 preceded the score: opportunistic University of Wyo- T •<"•* " f * " 1a ™ kl( * er hl ming capitalized on three Colorado State University miscues Cowboys Knock Over Rams 17-6 ~ ______ _..- J 4-Urt 'Pnlr Lack, of a place kicker hurt CSU. CSU had fourth.down.and raao siaie umvcm..., ^-,^~» short; yardage situations three Saturday afternoon en route to! times. But'the Cowboys stopped a 17-6 Western Athletic Confer- them eachvtiirie' ' : The. wind was a definite fac-| The game evened the Pokes jr^ih'botK-teain.'s, passing at- recoi .d at 2-2. tyj.^. iLJ: ""f^I"" „„,-,,—.,», J.- ^ « tack;.-Wyoming','passers ;nrt. .on only, 12 bf 27 passes;: Ram signal calelrs we're successful .on 8 of 31. ; It was CSU's second league loss and third defeat many outings-this year. ence victory: . The Cowboys turned a Ram fumble, an intercepted pass and short punt. :into scores as they ground out-the win before i/,849 -wind-bedraggled fans. AI steady 3-0' MPH wind plagued the : contest. A fumble by Ram .running back Lawrence McCutcheon was recovered by Cowboy defensive tackle Rick Rosener on.-the Ram 35 to set- : up Wyoming's first score — a 37-yard field goal. • Randy. Hudman's kick,, with 10:31.- left in the first quarter, was 'the first successful Wyoming field goal in seven attempts Sun Devils Sock Miners 24-7 TEMPE, Ariz. (UPI)—Arizo-|hit Joe.Petty; .on-- a-.- -13-yard na State University, its offense|scoring aerial, to 'climax a 55- stymied within scoring range, ^^''I'-^P ' this, year. PASS INTERCEPTION relied on a strong defense for a 24-7 ^Western Athletic "Conference i win over Texas-El Paso, Saturday- night. - , . Despite 'gaining 478: ; yards total offense, the. Devils' only extended-drive came during the last 10. minutes' being, stopped within UTEP's 30-yard .line, five times'earlier.; yard'drive.; Following, a first half touchdown/Don Ekstrand kicked a 22^yard field 'goal after the. Devil's offense again .was stopped early in the third Ram quarterback Scott Sim- i with Arizona State leading 10.-_..__. j *._..-a,-,. **,*. 7 - sdp j, omore :woody- Green carried six times as the Devils marched 63 yards in 10 plays ^>^i«w^x*aw^--^«™^- v? ^ , MUHAMMAD ALI (left) playfully pats the stomach of Buster Mathis after they signed contracts Friday to meet in a 12-round bout in the Houston Astro- dome Nov. 17. The fight will be a tune-up for All for his rematch with heavyweight champion Joe Frazier. Standard-Examiner.UPI Telephoto. Stars Tangle ALIEN COULD With Bucks On Tuesday Dallas Picked Over "Skins' United Press International The Cowboys and Redskms The Dallas jbeen tabbed SALT LAKE CITY— The Utah Cowboys have a 13 1-2-point choice to defeat the Washington Redskins today in a battle of National Football Stars narrowly defeated last j League unbeaten teams, and Tuesday by the New York;that has undoubtedly brought a Knicks in the first interleague i srn i] e to the face of Skins' , -u !„„„,! coach George Allen. Everybody seems to be underestimating Washington, even though the Redskins have opened their season with two impressive road victories -withou: the services of quarterback Sonny Jurgensen. But that's okay with Allen. _ They can — XilUVrW •*-*•* utilrf *AA v-r •—- i_j game either team has played, will be jumping from the frying pan into the fire next Tuesday, when they host to the 1971 NBA champion Milwaukee Bucks in the Salt Palace at 7:30 p.m. A sellout crowd of 12,201 was disappointed the Stars couldn't pull off a victory against the Knicks. but was impressed thai -their favorites led by as m u ^ h |'The Redskins were expected as 12 points and still were in the chal i enge . for the title in the game, 83-83, late in the fourth « £ ^ Divjsion Ms „ quarter before dropping a tough j^.j they lost the services , of 96-89. decision. j j ur g ense n in a pre-season; "It simply was a case of tooj" mg witn j ur g ense n not much experience and jn usc - e ' | SDec ted back until mid-season said, new Stars' coach-LaDell ^- experts figured the Andersen. The Knicks with .{Lx ^ yto be out O f the Willis Reed, (5-10, 240)- Dave KMSKins DeBusschere (6-6, 235), and| are two of four' remaining undefeated teams in the NFL, and the other two clubs- Chicago and. Cleveland—also arc in danger of losing their perfect records this weekend. The Bears travel to ' Los Angeles .to meet the Rams today while the Browns, one of the big surprises of the early host the Oakland in a Monday night season, Raiders televised contest. The Bears, who upset the Vikings a week ago; have not ,von three in a row at the start mons, pressured the first . he had the ball in- the second quarter, was intercepted by defensive' back Mel Meadows, who returned the misguided pass to the CSU 17. . , The Pokes scored three plays later when quarterback Gary Fox faded and fired an 11-yard touchdown strike to tight end Ken Hustad. With Hudman's conversion, Wyoming led 10:0 with 11:15 left in the hall. . CSU scored for the only time with 42-seconds left in the second period when quarterback Jim Erickson fought across the goalline from one yard out. A two-point conversion attempt failed. FINAL SCORE Wyoming's final score came in the . fourth quarter when Fox lofted a 13-yard pass to fullback ...... 10:15 scored- on remaining. Green — a six-yard romp around left end. The final Sun Devil score came with seven seconds left on the clock, when Grady Hurst period. UTEP closed the gap to 10-7 ; on the first' play of the fourth quarter, .when Phil Hatch went six yards into the end zone. . , ._, • The Sun Devils' defense held UTEP to'70 yards and only four first downs. ONLY ONE SCORE Arizona State, with 214 yards in the first half, managed to score only once on ,a 12-yard pass from Rick Brown to Petty late in the first quarter. The scoring aerial came on a fourth and inches situation. Sophomore defensive end BOD Noble, replacing junior:Ah You, who reinsured an ankle, set up two -sun Devil threats in uie second quarter, recovering a fumble and intercepting a pass, but each time the TDevils fell short of scoring. Green as the top 'ground gainer for, Arizona State, with 109 yards on 22 carries.,Hurst, the senior quarterback .seeing his first action of the season after leaving the-squad during practice, completed nine of 14 pass attempts for 142 yards after taking over for sophomore Brown late in the first half. The win gave the 12th-ranked Sun Devils a 3-0 record, 2-fl in the WAC. UTEP is 2-2 for the season, 0-2 in conference play. NON-CONFERENCE CONTEST Bengals Drop Close Battle POCATELLO, Idaho:;(AP) — 'Halt rallied the Bengals for , , V , - fW [lofted a 13-yard pass to luiioauK. together. last weekend with. a| J&{f How e for fee touchdown 34-0 trouncing of San Diego. | w i t h 7:21left. Hudman convert- The Raiders have been tabbed jed. A 30-yard CSU. punt that gave Wyoming the ball on the a 1 1-2 'point choice^ Third-Rated Longhoms Thunder Past Oregon J|0 f a season since 1963 while the ^^^' uu "'" J Rams (0-1-1) are winless in the tod-ranked^ wo games *<"• «"> f"-st dical since '63. AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI)—Second teamers Donnie Wigginton and Dennis Ladd each scored two touchdowns Saturday' to, pace to a metho- over Oregon Oregon, shut out most of the day by a stout Texas defense, brought the crowd of 66,500 to ik feet with 5:30 .left as Rams' new to stretch the o regular season winning streak and i woes from has hadi--a— offense! to _3_1 straight games expect Larry Ratcliff scored on touchdown .runs .of 77 -and 27. yards Saturday night to spark Eastern Michigan University to .-'a 23-22 non-conference; football victory over Idaho State. The senior tailback pounded the ; Bengal defense .. for 251 yards, setting -a . new Eastern Michigan yardage "record for lone game;-' : '''•.-' ..'•"/• Idaho State's desperate at-, tempt ior : a two-p'oint-^'conver- sion in.the final..moments of play was stymied' when halfback James Jackson, hobbled a pitchbut' from quarterback Dan two fourth-quarter touchdowns. After Ratcliff's second touchdown early in the final period, Halt moved Idaho State 74 yards, tossing an 11-yard scoring pass to Tom Hofmann. The Bengals' final tally came on a 41-yard pass from Halt to sophomore Tom Hofmann in the Halt. BROKE OPEN The Hurons broke open the jj-e tPPt Wlin OIOU . 1C1L ao *"*- -' — -«"~ -1 Quarterback Harvey Winn loft- first "half's 'rugged defensive quarceroauv nai vcj strueele and .took ,a.'9-3..:lead on ed a 42-yard bomb to Leiand Glass, who had- streaked down the sideline behind Texas defenders. the Bears, that time. Jerry Lucas (6-8, 230) resembled more closely the defensive line of a pro football team than a basketball club's forecourt. HAD ADVANTAGE Nevertheless, the Stars recorded a 69-63 rebounding advantage with Zelmo Beaty pulling down 23 and Willing Wise garnering 16. Beaty was, averaging the Star's leading scorer with 25 contest. SOLID JOB But Bill Kilmer, thrust into the role of No. 1 quarterback, has filled in admirably in the who boast one of the league's better defenses. Los Angeles is favored by four points. Cleveland, the only unbeaten, untied team in the AFC, has been sensational on pass defense in its first two games «j^«=rH« infuredEddfe PhOUps, Ssed the,drove to the Texas 10, but injUreU .uuuic i iuiu*u, v. »„,_«, J.,,.n T.QCC iua<: rant famed triple-option for am . 116 yards —including touchdowns on three and five yards. Ladd came on strong in .tne fourth period to score on our plunges of one and two yards. £_ & , . ___ 1_- -- 3 r-flT-tinrt end zone. • Scoring by quarters: EMU T 7—23 * 13—22 Scoring: EMU—Nunn « FG ISU—Hurst 32 FG EMU—Ratcllff 77 run (kick Oiled) EMU—Hill 1 -run (Nunn Kick) ISU—Halt 3 run (kick failed) • EMU—Ratcllff J7 run CNunn kick) ISU—Hotmenn 11 pass from Halt (Hurst ilck) ISU—Hofmann Jl pass from Halt (run I failed) I A—10,300. Sixkiller Drives Washington To Easy Victory Over Illinois U.1 U » C l-U- m^» j.w«-v-u —-» fourth down pass was picked off by Texas' Tommy Wood-| Tac y e Also Wrestles ward to kill 'the drive. ' - CHAMPAIGN, 111. Passing, ace Sonny threw for two touchdowns and Jim Eicher *ran for two more as - „_ kthe University of Washington struggle and,took .a-9-3.. lead on ra uj er j f or 42 second half points Ratcliff's 77-yard scamper sec- j Saturday to bury Illinois, 52-14. onds before intermission.. i j^ jujui stung the sluggish The Michigan team made itj Hus kj es with, two touchdowns— 16-3, before Halt,scored on aj- • • -•--* «--« •"--=- «—* late in-the third' period. • ;. " ' : . .'..-." aru to ^iu uic VALAVV. Moments later the Ducks got another chance after pouncing on a Texas fumble, and drove the iloo AUUCU ,1" ou.iii-'* **.t*+j «* — — • • first two games and the may be playing Redskins' defense has allowed I Browns' hands --:---,,. only 20 points in two games. | Raiders started putting thing Dallas has shown an awe-| some offense in two games,! Texas 10,' but Winn and fell on a fourth try from the Air Force senior defensive 'tackle John Griffith of Oklahoma City .is a , heavyweight wrestler. in the first. half, their first points in season—to over unbeaten Washington. Willie Osley three games his take a 14-10 lead and lOth-rated picked off. a (UPI)—| Sixkiller, ranked fourth in the Sixkiller I nation in total offense, clicked " on 14 of his 27 passes of the afternoon for 180 yards. With two minutes gone in the third quarter Sixkiller hit Jim Kreig on a 34 yard scoring strike to give the Huskies a 1714 lead. Six minutes later, Eicher scored on an 11 yard run, giving the Huskies a 10-point lead. In the fourth . quarter, Washington racked up 28 points, turning the game into a Sixkiller pass and ran 98 yards K -^._, .._„ — «,—-— -— for a touchdown to close out the rout and giving the Huskies a first half. Then Sixkiller and fourth straight victory without •.-.. i_ . i..i_ A »ir o Irt^c* fViit? coocrtn Eicher went to work. a loss' this season. points while Ron Boone had 22 defense has not lived up to its pre-season expectations and has ^ the Stars will be I been touched for 44 points- in encountering the awesome one-j two outings, two punch of 7-2 Kareem Abdul J a b b a r , (Lew Alcindor), Bobcats Whip Vikings 23-8 possibly the greatest individual ever to play the game of basketball, and backcourt sensation Oscar Robertson. Rounding out a well-balanced 1 two outings. Montana State's Bobcats ex[ It seems logical to expect.a loded for two third quarter much closer battle than the ^^downs on their way to a BOZEMAN, Mont. (UPI) -run by Zoonie McLean that - ' ' — capped a 62-yard .drive foliow- oddsmakers predict. True, the game is being played in the Cotton Bowl, but Allen's teams over the years have posted remarkable records on the JtUjUnumg OUL a vveii-ucuaui-cu idiicuri.<iui'c; A ^*.w*«w ~.- -—starting five for the defending road. When he was coach of the! NBA champs are forward Bob Roms his clubs won 26 games, •Dandridge and Greg Smith and tied twice and lost only seven guard Jon McGlocklin. John,in away games. HJUXJ.1UU«"*» wii i-.i*-«- •• —^ 23-8 win over the Portland Sta^e Vikings Saturday here. A Portland State touchdown with two minutes left provided ' ing the kickoff. The two teams the Vikings' only scoring . ock, Bob Greacen, Lucius Allen and McCoy McLemore provide quality depth. AHen's clubs boast a perfect 3-0 record ihalf after against Dallas. d£i- v eu. u. *A^-J.« &"*" — • * f_ first quarter by Tweed Rhodes, opened the second scoreless second a ., [period by scoring on ajiye-yard exchanged fumbles with Montana State getting the ball on the Portland State 2. Gary Michael took it over, and Rhodes kicked the conversion making it 16-0 as the fourth quarter opened. . . INTERCEPTED PASS In the fourth, Monte Boston intercepted a Portland State pass and ran it back 28 yards for a touchdown. The extra point made it 23-0. 8 — 23 Roger Gaylord scored from the 2 to give Portland State its only score. A two-point conversion made'it 23-8. Score by quarters: Portland S. 0 0 0 8 — Montana St. 3 0 13 7 Scoring: MSU—FG 23 Rhodes ,. MSU — McLean 5 run (kick failed) • . ' , MSU — Michael 2 run (Rhodes kick) MSU — Boston 28 interception (Rhodes kick) .,„,,! PSC'— Gaylord 2 run (Gaylord | run) i SALT LAKE PRO CAPTURES LEAD IN IDAHO OPEN GOLF TOURNEY TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP)-Jim Baker of Salt Lake City shot a two-under par 66 Saturday to take a tme-stroke lead over Payette professional Lenny Stroup in .the second round of the Idaho Open golf tournament Baker, a long-hitting pro who complained of poor putting the last two days, wound up at a one-under 135 for two days. Stroup had his second straight even par-round The best round of the day was turned in by Boise amateur Dean Oliver, eight-time all-around cowboy in national rodeo circuits, who shot a- seven-under par.61. He was tied at 137 with Boise professional John Kinsey who carded a 66 Saturday. . • First-day leader Bob Betley of Las Vegas shot a 73 Saturday and fell five strokes off the pace. • . HAWKS' defenseman Keith Magmison wields a hack^w with gusto as he trims down a hockey stick outside Hawks'^ dressing ^.oom following recent workout on Chicago Stadium ice. 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