The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 5, 1971 · Page 19
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 19

Ogden, Utah
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Tuesday, October 5, 1971
Page 19
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Ogden Standard-Examiner,'. Tuesday, : October 5, -1971 SB B1LLIE JEAN KING the first female tennis earn $100,000_in a year, ?eceivi™atalations in New York Monday. Amid the joking, President Nixon called to praise the accomplishment of Mrs. King, a fellow CaMornian. PRE-SEASON BATTLE Stars Play Bucks Tonight • EAST LANSING, Mich. ' •(UPI)—A livid Duffy Daugherty said Monday officials missed at • least 30 calls last Saturday in . the Notre Dame-Michigan''State •.• football game and showed -films of the game to back up his . claim. The Michigan State .head .coach/for the,first-time .in4iis . 18-year tenure here, brought film of flie game to his Monday noon luncheon with newsmen. The film showed 10 different plays in which :an infraction either was called incorrectly or , was not called and should'have been. "I could just as easily have brought 30 plays," Daugherty said. In fact, he said, Notre , Dame lined up with only a six man line on offense instead of . the -required—seven man -line •"about 30 plays";alone. Daugherty-said he had been, on the 'phone- during the • morning with Big Ten Director of Officials'Herman Rohrig .in Chicago but that nothing could, be done, to change what happened. The Spartans lost 14- •2. - • •'';.... Among the 10 plays shown were what Daugherty called ""two of. the most flagrant roughing the-kicker penalties I've ever seen" involving two times, when Spartan punter .Bill Simpson was hit hard by Irish defenders / after kicking. -In . neither instance was a penalty " called,and -the film-showed that . neither Notre Dame player was ^deflected; toward'the kicker by a - .Spartan defender before hitting Simpson. " ' "It's a wonder he didn t nave . his leg broken," Daugheriy said angrily after, watching the second-instance. ..•.'_ Also shown was the calling of: a piling on-penalty against-MSU cornerbacfc Paul Hayner which Daugherty called "one of the most chintzy calls; I've ever, seen." Hayner was called for knocking down' 'Notre Dame receiver Tom Gatewood on an incomplete pass .play-after the . ball had passed .Gatewood. The film indicated;. Hayner's momentum made it impossible for him to. stop, short. . . • "'I'll say one -thing for the officials," Daugherty said;sarcastically. "-They were consistent .all day. long. "I" thought we were mentally^ •prepared for the game," he said. "I don't know' how you . coach to prepare for this. ' "'Notre Dame has a tine •football team,"/he said. "It's . none of- their doing. But let the kids decide it on the field. Not the referees. It's hard to look at a game like that and decide why calls were made and weren't made." He said plays gaining a total of 134 yards for the Spartans were called back. Daugherty • said he was showing the film "to clear the . "Today Is the last I'll comment on it," he said. -'This : -afternoon I'll be so engrossed in trying to devise ways of beating • Michigan that I hope to hell I ' can forget Notre Dame." _ TEXAS VS. OKLAHOMA Big Game This Saturday AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI)—"I just caller -in (quarterback) Jack 500 yards." With a'fa C long that itjaveraged 425^ds per^game seemed to extend almost this, year .and .they do it with down to his shins, Texas Coachj^ Dan-el Royal summed up nis.i d Dan-el Royal summed up nis.i d ^^ it ^ 2 o yards just feelings Monday about the bigl]ik e that," he said, snapping his /T.,™a Cofnivla-CT in Dallas I ^^^^^^BB^^^Mi^^^Ha^^HH SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) Pro basketball fans are just getting their feet warmed again to the sport as pre-season games dot the calendar, but buffs will be keeping their eyes peeled to the results of tonight's exhibition encounter between the Utah Stars and Milwaukee Bucks. j The Stars are the American Basketball Association champions while the Bucks lead the -older National Basketball Asso. ciation. and the two teams will be unofficially competing for the world crown in pro ball. Tonight's game will commence at 7:30 p.m. at the Salt Palace. A sellout crowd will be on hand. - Also, Utah fans will get a chance to see NBA greats such as Karem Jabbar (otherwise known as Lew Alcindor) and Os, car Robertson in action against the likes of Zelmo Beaty and Red Robbins. Milwaukee has been playing a series of exhibition encounters \ • with ABA teams this.year and' them at a the Bucks, without Robertson, barely squeeked out a 106-103 win over ,has been winning regular clip, but JERRY JONES Joins Stars the Dallas Chapparals a few weeks ago. CELLAR DWELLER Dallas was the ABA's cellar dweller last season, but its performance against the Bucks in a losing cause may give league observers a new potential champion to watch. , The Stars have had a bumpy exhibition series going into tonight's game. Utah beat Denver in the opener,'but lost a close one to the NBA New York Knicks and then dropped anoth- Ser one to ABA foe Indiana. Tonight's game will also give fans a look at former Memphis Pro Jimmy Jones, who was picked up by the Stars Monday when Memphis failed to renew his'option on time. Jones, a four-year veteran with a 21.4 point-per-game lifetime average, stands 6-4 and is expected to give, the Stars "the strongest backcourt in the league," according to Stars (President'- General Manager 1 Vince Boryla. ' Ken Dyer in Satisfactory Condition, But Pro Football Future Doubtful CINCINNATI (UPI) - Officials of the Cincinnati Bengals reported Monday that safety Ken Dyer was in satisfactory condition although still partially paralyzed at St. Mary Hospital in Green Bay, Wis., after being injured hi the Bengals Packers game Sunday. Dr. George Ballou, the team's physician, said diagnostic x- rays Monday showed no evidence of fracture or outside pressure on the spine. . The injury was officially listed as a severe contusion of 25-year-old Dyer was able to move his lower extremities and his spirits were high. Dr.' Hiro Nishioka, neurosurgeon at the hospital, said there was no danger to Dyer's life "but even if he has a full recovery I doubt he'll play football again." SECOND PLAY The injury occurred on . the second play of the game when Dyer tackled Green Bay running back John Brockington. Brockington, the packers No. isaid after the game, "my knee hit'Ms head." A Bengals spokesman said theire was no immediate indication as to how long Dyer would remain in Green Bay but it was expected he 'would remain there about two weeks. Surgery was not immediately indicated. Dyer is a four year veteran from Arizona State who started at safety for the Bengals last year . He had just been activated for the Green Bay contest after recovering from a knee injury game Saturday in . Dallas! between the Top 10-ranked Longhorns and Oklahoma Soo- niers. , "I "I think this is the best Oklahoma team they've 'ever had since I've been at Texas," said Royal, who holds a 12-2 record over the Sooners since l he took over as head coach at Texas in-1957. Royal's worries were genuine as he-ticked off the. injuries among the Longhorn starters. "He's definitely out this week and probably next -week," Royal said of starting quarterback Eddie Phillips. The Longhorn 'signal caller re- injured a pulled leg muscle when he started Saturday against Oregon. • "I don't know if this sets him back a month, a week or three weeks. I'd be real happy to know that he and (end) Jim Moore both could be jlay in two weeks." SEVERE INJURY Moore suffered a severe knee injury in the Oregon game Saturday and Royal ,saad doctors still-are making tests to determine if they have to operate. 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