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By KEARNEY EGERTON Colts 9 Grant star of game Injury of no importance "Only guy on the Central team with an Identity crisis." Associated Press BALTIMORE - Bob Grant was determined not to let an injury interfere with his long-awaited starting chance with the Baltimore Colts. It didn't. Once in the lineup, Grant felt he'd have to be spectacular to attract attention. He was. Grant performed so well, in fact, the seconds-year linebacker was voted the game ball by appreciative tean> mates after the Colts whipped the Washington Redskins, 41-17, Sunday. Making his first start of the season and only his second in the National Football League, College grid standings Grant intercepted two Sonny Jurgensen passes which were converted into touchdowns. "I knew I had to do something fantastic, or I might get moved out of there again," Grant said. "I intend to stay in now." Grant was installed at the left linebacker spot as coach Don Shula shook up the Baltimore defense in practice last week. The changes in the veteran defense came after the Colts' once-proud defense had given 147 points in six games this season, an average of 24.5 points per contest. That more than doubled the average of just more than 10 points a game — 144 in 14 contests — the Colts yielded last season en route to the Super Bowl. Grant hurt his right ankle in Thursday's workout and almost was scratched from the lineup. "I wasn't sure he would start until just before game time," Shula said. "I don't know how I hurt it," Grant said. "The ankle started swelling after practice Thursday and I didn't work out Friday. "But I was going to start even if I had to lie and say there was nothing wrong. If I had a broken leg, I would have tried to go in there." Grant, an agile black-belt karate expert, played for three quarters of the Minnesota game this season and started the third game of last season. Utah .Wyoming Brig Youno Ar zona St Arizona Tex ElPaso CpioSt Univ New Mex Wettent Athletic Conference Conference All Game W L T Pts OP W L 3 0 0 4 1 01 4 2 0138 - - 2 2 0106 92 240 70139 030 39.7.8 Michigan e» Purdue ™ v -$BSXff Ich State 'ts OP W L T Pts OP Northv 72 29 6 1 0165 74 WlSCOn S3 56 61 0196 88 Iowa 138126 4 3 0138 136 M Ch ! 76 45 4 2 0176 112 Mlnnes 06 92 2 5 0169199 Illinois i! 2 5 3 4 . 169 199" 0 84149 0113 59 8T8 0 73113 0 62101 0 58 94 0 48141 0217120 34 1 5 0 7 0124 238 0 181 207 ?iM 0 92245 Sports briefly . _. .. 34 0160167 0 49 138 2 5 0 106 200 Atlantic Coast Conference South Caro Clemson No Caro,,St No Carolina Maryland Montana eber st daho St Idaho Montana St Big Sky Athletic Conference Conference All Games W L. T Pts OP W L T Pts OP 4 0 0107 68 B 0 0263119 2 1 0 98 48 2 2 0128123 1 2 0 82102 0 4 0 37111 440 520 1 147 159 5 0157256 7 0 99212 * . 2 3 0 46102 1 3 1 79102 1 3 0 24 64 1 4 0 73118 Bli Eight conference . 4 0 94121 250 62153 Ivy 1 5 1 98136 4 0 0 80 99 2 5 0 89 185 Dartmth Pr.nce.on Kansas • St Missouri Nebraska Oklahoma Colorado Ok la State Wwa St Kansas _ lana Conference"- All Games Cornell W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Harvard 1 0157 91 5 202611SOPenn 1 -------- 1 0)13 97 6 3 1 0 61 44 5 2 1. 0 2 2 0 1 2 0 65 105 84119 1 100 103 8286 201 0 209 137 Brown 138 89 Columbia 4 4 0 3 1 2 2 1 3 League Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP " " ' °2 0« 2 0159101 0 99117 159 0 4 0 4 0 0145 44 6 0 0120 30 4 1 0106 61 4 0 68 68 2 0 105 71 0 29 105 0 34121 0 16123 0128 84 . 0° 6 7 ,°1 1 2? 6 0 52180 ISO 040 330. 3 4 0 13 1 « 0 126 173 Toledo Mid-American Conference Conference All Gamzs W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP 5 0 0156 75 70 0 57 37 0 58 58 3 1 0 108 63 4 3 0 187 140 ent 1 4 0 93118 040 30118 s PREP GRID i STANDINGS Missouri Valley Conference Conference All Games N L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Memphis 3 0 0109 43 5 2 0194139 Tex St 2 1. 0 75 58 5 2 0203116 15 0112225 . 3 4 0 135 226 II 3 2 1 118 137 CLASS AAA CONFERENCE LEAGUE Ovrl , Le; 3-5 Central W L T Pts OP _ 3 0 0109 43 Nor Tex St 2 1. 0 75 58 5 Tulsa 1 1 0 64 66 1 Clnclnn 1 3 0 81 ir~ " Louisville 0 1 o 13 i. ......... Wichita St 0 1 0 14 21 1 6 0 86201 Ohio' Valley Conference All Games ft CENTRAL CONFERENCE LEAGUE A . • . LEAGUE B Lowrey Rejoins Cubs CHICAGO (AP) - After nearly a quarter of a century of being away, Harry "Peanuts" Lowrey rejoined the Chicago Cubs yesterday as a coach. Lowrey, who batted .310 for the Cubs in the 1945 world series and .500 in the 1946 All-Star game, was coach for the Montreal Expos last season. Previously, he was with the San Francisco Giants in 1967-68 and the Philadelphia Phils in 1960-66. He joins Rube Walker and Joe Amalfitano, Manager Leo Durocher's holdover coaches from 1969. Joe Becker retired and Pete Reiser resigned. Horse show to start NEW YORK < AP ) "~ Teams from the United States, Cana- 0239106 4 3 0106 92 5 2 0147 81 0 87.75 3 | 115615? 3 5 0165153 4 4 0129153 | ° S, | IB B ™11 compete for international "Sag fen ivaro empe Arcadia Csaa Grnde Mesa Yuma Leaa Ovrl Leag Ovrl 2-0 6-1 WestWOOd 3-0 8-0 2-0-1 5-2-1 McCllntOCk ~ |;J H 59*9 1-7 Coronado 1-2 0-2-1 4-3-1 Chandler 0-2-1 2-5-J 0-3 1-7 Scttsdle 0-2-1 2-5-1 Mid TennSt 1 3 0 57 93 1 6 0 92140 Coast Athletic Association Conference All Games W L T Pts Opp W L T Pts Opp > St. 4 0 0 207 54 6 0 0 258 64 - 21 6 1 " which begins an 11-day stand today at Madison L. Bch. St. 0 78 0 200 58 ."'" SKYLINE CONFERENCE '* LEAGUE A LEAGUE B ' * ' *SS!B - T-i rophv 1-1 'ashlngton 0-1 Leaa Ovrl 2-T 3-4 Cortez 3-4 St. Mary's 3-5 Prescott 1-6 Sunnyslope Moon Vly *W& 2-0 7-0 2-1' 6-2 LAState JCS.I 0-2 3-5 South 0-3 3-5 UCLA cam SOUTHERN CONFERENCE LEAGUE A LEAGUE B , , . Leaa Ovrl Leag Ovrl ilpolnt* 4-5 6-2 Tucson 3-0 7-0 Juslas 2-1 5-3 Amphthr - - - Incpn 1-1 1-6 Sunnyside ? TOO 32 T6 s 2 6 T67 144 Bil1 Steinkraus, an Olympic 120 65 sa 4 3 o 175 iso equestrian gold medalist from 020 2 o ra o so '§ 157 Noroton, Conn., heads the jj.s. team, which also in- eludes Olympic riders Frank ChapotoiWall P ack,NJ.,and fathy Kusner of Moncton Md., and 22-year-old Jared 0 3 0 29 125 3 4 0 104 178 Paclflc-8 Conference cA.. Games - ny "Pueblo 1-3 1-5 Catallna 4>alo Verdo 0-3 1-6 Sahuaro " .CLASS AA 1-2 4-4 0-2 4-3 0-0 1-6 regon St ^.l. 4 4 186 3 1 1154 46 4 2 12 21 0 47 59 4 3 01.. ... 2 2 0 70 59 4 3 0118111 1 3 0 17107 3 4 0 92135 0 4 0 40133 0 7 0 72246 0 38137 1 6 0112243 NORTHERN CONFERENCE Florida ..Leas Ovrl LSU 1-1. 4-2 Alabama .,,,— . .._ _ . _ . , —, ...—, 1-3 2-5Auburn Coconlno 2-1 5-2 Kingman 0-3 MUKIHtKM CONPEKENCI Vinslow f-0 7-0 1 Pradse Vly' k,gua Frla 2-1 6-1 Phx. Indn Southeastern Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP 3 0 0103 36 6 0 0215 60 1 0250152 SOUTH CONFERENCE 2-3 Georgia Va'nderblt Will nyri d Ore 2-2 2-4 Santa" Rita CLASS A NORTH DIVISION o-V 0-0 Davidson Richmond WH&Mary Snowflako Chine .hlnle Mlnsus Leag Ovrl Leaa OvrlCitade 2-6 5-2 Window Rk 1-2 & 1 East Caro 3-1 5-2 Holbrook ' Brinsmade of Bethany, Conn. Nick Eddy sidelined . DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit Lions said yesterday 2 o lo 106 s 2 oi9 41 8i^ running back Nick Eddy suf- ? 0121 ?! s 2 0246 95 f ere( j severely bruised ribs i 0110210 a 'g ain .st San Francisco Sunday and is* being listed as "doubtful" for next Sunday's game her$ against the Atlanta Falcons. The Lions added, however, 1 0100 93 2 -----2 2 _ 22 0 90 50 2 2 0 92 83 1 2 0 43 91 3 0 23120 0 2 0 54 70 3 5 2 0196 I R nw i?l 0152224 Southern Conference Conference All OP W L 76 6 1 62 4 3 Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP 1 0218 76 6 1 0256100 0155120 Hftlff 1-2 4-3 0-2 0-7 Furman Va Military 41 0218 3 1 0 96 § 2 8m w o i 8 ^ 107 f ? i TW "it (Eddy's injury) is not as o 4.0 ism o 7 o 35247 bad as we feared. There CENTRAL CONFERENCE • Leag Ovrl A °' y« £l £2 5our9ad * 1- Dysart 1-2-1 2-4-1 Arkansas 6-3 0- Eloy >rencl SOUTH CONFERENCE Ovrl. Southwest Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP 3 0 0 80 26 60 " 3 0 0125 21 60 3 1 0 71 96 Lea lldae an Manuel WIIICOX !-i 4-2 Ray :-i 4-3 superior CLASS B Leas 1 ?9i t-6 1 ? (M l TCU Texas A&M Baylor Rlce 2 2 0 69 63 1 3 0 52 64 0 3 0 21 75 0 0 3 0 28 89 1 0226 40 0225 55 4 3 0145165 2 5 0 149 176 2 5 0113181 2 5 0 78 126 0 54203 0104162 Ganado Williams Paae NORTH CONFERENCE Mass Leag Ovrl .. ^eag Ovrl Conn 6-0 Camp Vrde 2-2 3-3 Maine ba City 0-3 1-5 Vermont 0-4 2-4 eag 5-0 3-1 had been some fear he suffered broken ribs. Purdue eager injured INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP) — Doctors were trying yesterday to save the left leg of Charles (Chuck Bavis, 7-foot center of the Purdue basket- Yankee Conference Conference AM Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP 4 0 0746 30 S 2 0187 88 2 0 67 55 3 3 0107105 hall tPflTTI whn Wfl<! 0 69102 43 0]37170 . u ° u W5eUIl,_ W110_ Wd& 34" " '' " - — 2 4 . ..... 2 5 0 53173 0 80 2 2 ', 3 Ma lor Independents 45 67 8"i io6 wj w *& early Saturday. g av j S) driving in 3 0 2' r T, trees and six fence posts 'J 3 along a street at the edge of 3-3-1 Houston univ""::;;;:::: 4 5 2 0 18? 1 ?& ,g5 his home town of Garrett. ffi. >xasstate WEST Parker EST CON CeagO_vrl FERENCE . svracuse' Wickenburg fayson I? ia' fl dSf nd 8 8 S^' 1 3-3 3-4 Mohave CLASS C .. St Leag Ovrl New"Mexlcp _. 2-5. 2-5 South Mississippi J"P / 11. Army Pittsuroh Northern lll B°s*on coll , NORTH CONFERENCE Leas Ovrl Leai IFredonla 5-p ,5-6 Saloma ' Ashfork 4-1-1 4-1-1 Mayer end Cnyn 4-1 -1 4-T-l Seligman McNary 3-33-3 * SOUTH CONFERENCE Hm.,, Le l2% rl st.c ' Vly .Union Q 4-1 Pata 2^3 2-3 INDEPENDENTS l-|G'eor9la Tech ~i gflainft.FJa 0-3 No tern Illinois College ....j/ pja B h n .Sta L e _ 2 1 1i§ 330 330 340 Tech 3 4 3 4 2 3 2 4 2 5 54 lifl in « i" 78 Bavis was taken, said the ath- 0 137 205 0 125 180 0 78 138 0 100 122 0 87 170 0 124 81 vle 2 6 0 158 173 1 6 0 107 201 ion Leag Ovi 4-T 2-: Vly Lug lEx-Buckeye eager .'joins ABA Capitols ^ XENIA, Ohio (AP)-Gary JBradds, former Ohio State ^University basketball star, yesterday signed a one-year contract with the Washington JPapitols of the American Basketball Association. avler 107 103 88 55 258-5930 <BRAKE SPECIAL ALL AMERICAN CARS and l/ z TON TRUCKS • Install Bonded Lining 4 Wheels • Overhaul All Wheel Cylinders Turn and True All Brake Drums • Bleed and Flush Entire Hydraulic System ; ' • Pack Front Wheel Bearings Mon. thru Frl. 7 to S sat. 7 to 12 noon, RELINE and Complete Overhaul 24 • Free Brake Adiustment (life ol llnlns) • 20,000 Ml, Guarantee Shur-Way B SHOCKS Installed Free $C95 25,000 Mile Guar.%Jea. 3445 N. 24th Street • Phone 955*5730 (One Block North of Osborn) rake Company lete suffered a fractured dislocation of the left knee and two bones just below the knee. 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