The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 55
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Ogden, Utah
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Sunday, October 3, 1971
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Ogden Standard-Examiner. Sunday, October 3, 1971 5D ,> Oklahoma Defeats Southern Cal NORMAN, Okla. loma speedster" Greg scampered, -for .three %g££?$ £ ™ l^SoSSd^d iipSa-^val at a hospital. fnlSane! Aus- ' ; • aess thag half an hour;later. - _ , ', • . -. -; -: , touchdowns and rushed 205- yards Saturday to lead the Sooners to a 33-20 romp over Southern California. . . - - • •Pruitt reeled, off touchdowns of 42, 7 and 75 yards"as. the Sooners piled up 517 yards on the ground and none in the air. Joe Wylie, the other half of the Sooner scatback team, scored on a one-yard plunge and quarterback Jack Mildren, who threw only one pass all day dashed in from the 11 for the fifth Oklahoma touchdown. .. utes into the contest. Pruitt and Wylie teamed for an electrifying 80-yard drive in only two plays on the Sooners Mrd possessipn of the ball late in the final period. Wylie galloped YT V-IJ.^ £,fcAii.wj.i'vw — — w around right end to open the 38 yards second' scoring campaigru On The 36-yard, five^ gy *g the next play, Pruitt -sprinted 42 yards, starting around left end and then doubling hack and Hashing down the right sideline, to score. ' Pruitt scored his second touchdown of the day on a 7- yard run with 1:05 left in the half to give 0-U a 19-13 lead. Alabama Stays Undefeated With 40-6 Win Over Rebels BIRMINGHAM,:Ala. (AP) -|ball game. lilt wvj ****** " - *• was set up by a Trojan fumble recovered by right end Bruce DeLoney. " Pruitt's 75-yard ramble came in the third quarter. It was the Sooners' first play following .a Southern Cal punt. ~: Mildren added the final OU touchdown with 52 seconds left in the third period on an 11- yard run that capped a 72-yard drive in 11 plays. , The Trojans first tallied op I Jones' 16-yard pass to Garrison 'with 2:28 remaining in the first Undefeated and seventh-ranked Alabama used its awesome on a power Saturday to^am *e hall the ssispi def nse thr-yard run by fullback Sam through the ^ssisfpi def nse Cunningham .and', touchdown! and hand the Rebels their first passes -ofi. 16 and 12 yards, the (loss, 40-b. ,-', last one as time ran out. Back-j A record crowd of 7 i The Rebels made a game of it for a while, tying it at 6-6 in the second period and : threatening, to come close early in the third period before the Tide I poured on the steam. WlH* «. tw» * ^i*»—--~-'o , .- j quarter. The 79-yard drive in 11 plays came on USC's second possession of the ball. Rae^ scoring pass to Vella at the game's end climaxed an 80- yard drive, again in 11 plays:_ Cunningham's three - yard I touchdown run in the second . i_ ^..l.C«U frnttfi 4 Via T'rfV" Lmooco »wi.i, AW V~.I\A — j *-- -— •> 1 j - —rt fftj-t i uuuicu. ijii 1-1 *^ •j"v^—*"• . Luut-iiuu wii A ui* *»» -*->• last one as time ran out. Back-1 A record crowd of 748/1, d more than 100 quarter, which gave the Troup quarterback Mike Ray..con-jwatched the Crimson Tde be- * S M g br - ef 14 _ 13 ^^ hmax nected on •: a -12-yard . pass .toihind Johnny Musso ElUs .Beck|yards^n tnc; nrs; nai ^ ^ ^^ 16 _ vard drlve set ««>,f »nH rhris-vdla as the-eunland- Terry Davis, tear the. Re- Alabama jumpea TO aw < *-«" eCiCu- un - ct JL^-^CUU. . jv«oo • IA>?JIIII\A vvm^v * .— ' , -,-, ieht end Chris Vella as the-gun land- Terry Davis, tear the Re - • • --•- .--:*— T-— T | bel j ine a p ar t time after time sounded and starter Jim Jones completed- a 16-yarder .to Edsel Garrison in the first : quarter. The Soohfers' ripped , : off a 64- as Alabama stayed almost entirely on the ground in the Southeastern Conference foot- on two field goals by Bill Davis and an 11-yard pass from Terry Davis to David Bailey with eight seconds-left. Jdll-J " Uiiw- — - — '-CT1 ed a six-play-, 1 16-yard up on a fumble by Sooner fullback Leon Crosswhite which was recovered by USC linebacker Bob Eriksen. LOOP BOWLING High Local Pin Scores Notched :•, Several high scores were-re-corded in recent area league sen, 179;; Norma Darby, 167. Women's handicap-series — Judy Butterfield,- 652; Yvonne "ft! Omen's division, Pat ^"^"^^^36; Bammel fired a solid 615 Mildred Fowers, J511; _Bernie JJgJtyi ,11.^-1. AJuk **\* "•» •"" ™ — " , scratch' series and tied Jean .Stoddard for high single game honors with a 243. Jean Gianchetta hit a fine 233 single game also. , \ In the men's division, Richard Wade had the high, series of 653, followed by a 646 by Eldon Harris, single game honors went to--Marty Barney with a 268. Other top scores: "• Women's scratch series — .'•'Theo Fletcher, 575; Lenna Cox, •:566: Carol Jensen, 547; Pat Olsen, 545; Ann DeMonge, 542; ^ Clara McKean. 540; Kaye Blan': chard, 540; Lee Sndtchler, 537; u Karen Kippen, 532; Irene Casey, 532; Jean Stoddard, 531; Margie Hurst, 529; Margaret Hun-t- -er, 510; Pat Horan. 508; Sandy -Hentges, 504; Norma Darby, "494; Darma Cosper, 491; Irene Mortenson, 487; Kenee Daily, Earl, 599; Betty Rollins, 598^ Linda Bugh, 580; Marge Nowowiejski, 570; Maxine Cowley, 1 567; Ethel Snider, 521. Women's handicap game — Angle Ford, 225; Millie Hilton, 224; Bernie Earl, 222; Jerre Willbanks, 217; Frances Olsen, 209; Maxine Cowley, 209: Evelyn Allison, 208; Joyce Harrington, 196;' Lou Jean Nisson, 193. MEN'S DIVISION Men's scratch series —' Ray Lund 609; Michael McLellan, 600; Ralph Stagge. 597; Lawrence Eller, 597; Tom-Fry, 597; Jim Daily, 590; Arnold Fraga, 586; Lamar Hansen, 584; William DeVries, 579; Arvel Winder 538; Lynn Benson, 536; Milo Ross, 521; Byron Bronson,| 513. „ : '' : Men's scratch game — Ray.; Lund, 244; Carl Newey, 242; El .Monensou, toi, iicuc^. -^""v> •"""-, -">.—-- -_,•-.,:,. c'^t, -484: -JoAnn Sato, 467; Ginger don Harris, 240; Cliff Smith, ' nor. T n vwn-*> TJ^Yioort Vvd- S.ran -Hauser, 462 : OTHER SCORES ", . Women's scratch game — •' Theo Fletcher, 224; Lenna Cox, 219; Marie Bird, 218; Irene -Casey, 213; • Penny Spanfellner, -210; Karen Kippen, 209; -Kathy "Lynn, 209; Clara';McKean, 209^Dorothy Scott,"208; Donna'Spae- ^•the, 204; Judy -DeHaan, 203; •?Margie ,Hurst, -201; Bea Dean, t200; Ethel'Snider, 199; Susie Farnsworth, 195; Gloria Crit- Jtenden, 194; Lucile Wardell, 188;' .Joyce Kelson, 188;; Joy Sjogren; 235; Lamar Hansen, 234; Stan Childs, 233; William DeVries. 230; Darold-Fielding, 228; Dave Blanchard, 225; 'Michael McLel-' Ian 222; Kirk Johansen, 212; George Bingham, 196; ^Carl Eager, 190; Leon Andersen,'-183. Men's handicap series — ,Geo-j rge Stites, 642;,.Richard Scott, 620; Em'ers Earl, "618; .-Dennis Hogge, 576,- .... ' Men's : " handicap .game — Emers Earl. 229; Darrell Clark, 228;' Richard Scott, 224; Ron Johnson,:- 214. . vl83-~"lrene-"ciark'* 182; "VaLoy 1 Extras — Ren Richins rolled U, 181; 'Jackie Ander- an all spare game of 177. • •_ £ity Accepting Entries I For Adult Cage Loops --• The Ogden City Recreation- enough teams register this could I'Department will "be accepting i be ^a twice a week league on entries for the various basket-1 Monday and Wednesday at Og:-ball leagues for the adult prp- '~gram this week. C Last year 10 leagues were or- "ganized and if enough teams en-~roll tte, same leagues will be organized again. Teams wUl be accepted on a ''first-come basis with the first -six teams-'enrolled forming each ^league. Leagues will be bracket•-ed according to experience and >the foUowing -league require- •ments are: •": Major League, an open league "•with the only requirement that -V player reside in the -area -of VDavis County 'and north. - If 11971-72 Season ERates Announced iAt Nordic Valley :•' Ski rates" at the Nordic Val- iley"resort were-announced Sat- ; -"urday. , ?, They -are: season pass; lor ^single, $125 (both day and Sjrfght) • family of two, $225; fanv >'ily of three, $250; family of iiour or more $270; student pass, '-$100; aU area day pass, $4; v'half-day area pass, $3.50 (stu- >dent rates will be $1 off each); Hand, beginner hiU day pass, '-$350 ' I- A new double'-chair lift .is. ^heinsrinstalted on'" fhill den-High. The Industrial League will be open to teams from business, industrial, civic, church : or fraternal organizations. Player must be full time employe,or bonafide member of the other groups. League will play Mondays at Mt. Ogden Junior High. TWO SENIOR PLAYERS The Metro and Independent League will allow only two senior college players on their roster. League nights will be Tuesday and Wednesday. , The Cosmo and !$pneer Leagues. will allow no .player I that has played above freshman or junior college level. The Cosmo will play -Tuesday .and the Pioneer on Wednesday. Trie Weber.-Wasatch; Central and Bonneville League will not permit any'player above high school letttermen. League nights will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. No. player may- play on more than two teams in the program, and each roster must indicate experience of each player. League,play will begin in.late November, and finish in mid February. Tournaments for each bracket will be scheduled after league play has finished. ' For further information., call .the Ogden City Recreation \pe- partment at 399-8253. THE BEST FOR LESS At !'»• not it. You tan S«» '»-»I«I 7 D«« '72- . :; X ran B » of W»w«obiU»:»hot;il knock yoMr,.)r. ••?. . At t«rm» you c«n a«orM. 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