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I 5th straigh Aug. 31. 1975 • DBS MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER / 5tt' REGISTER PHOTO BY LARRY NElBEROAtl. 16 STARTERS RETURN ... NO LETUP IN SIGHT By GREG CLARK If confidence and pride win games, Northwestern's foes are in for a long season. The Red Raiders have dominated the Tri-State Conference football scene in recent years, winning 30 of their last 33 games including 19 straight at home. In addition, they've won four straight league titles, seized the 1973 National Association of Intercollegiate Ath- 1174 Standings .CONFERENCE GAMES Northwestern Yankton ... Bethel Sioux Falls WMtmar ... xConeordla. ..S. 4 ..2 :\ 0 x — No longer In conf«rnc« 'o 1 3 5 "'I 7 4 L 2 2 4 5 letics Division II championship and beat a team of all- stars in Japan in a post-season game last year. Larry Korver, beginning his ninth season as the Red Raiders' coach, has 16 start- ers back (nine on offense), again making Northwestern the conference favorite. "There's a certain amount of self-pride and confidence that you feel as a result of the happenings we've gone through," explained Korver. J.7°O s Mly_ feel JhaL with confidence and maturity you can win close games." NORTHWEOTERN'S offense should be powerful again. Two all-conference backfield performers return - running back Brad Van Rooyen and quarterback Dennis Young. The Red Raiders also have all-confernce players in tackle Jay De Zeeuw and guard Kevin Halley. "It appears that our quarterback and our passing game probably is our best strength," noted Korver. "Young has the ability to throw the ball at a 60 per cent completion rate and also has the ability to pick up a first down running. He's turned out to be a big leader at quarterback." Korver indicated that Van Rooyen, a 195-pound "power runner," would carry a heavy part of the ground game, but he can expect help from Doug DeHaan. "Our goals are pretty will established by our seniors," said Korver, "and they would first like to win the .confer-., cnce and, second, go undefeated. We'd have to do those first things to go to another post-season game." The defense also appears to be in good shape, especially in the secondary where cor- nerback Paul Landman, a three-year starter, joins ail- conference performers Dave Bomgaars (safety) and Daryl Hoogeveen (cornerback). Defensive linemen Gary Zeutenhorst, Monty Mouw and Ron Heimgartner return but Kevin Tesch is the only •RAD VAN ROOYEN DENNIS YOUNO WESTMAR COACH Milt Martin says Northwestern has to be a solid favorite for the league title, but believes his team can bounce back from a 3-5 season and join the scrap for second place. "Our people that are back played a lot of football last year," noted Martin. "But we're not going to be real big. "In fact, Randy Collins (an offensive lineman) is at 240 and I'd guess he'll be the only player on the - team starting at over 200 pounds. "We're sure gonna have to •19 and BIG-Morningside aims at 'exciting season' Mornjngside Coach John D o r n o n sounds amazingly cheerful for a man whose team has lost a school-record 19 straight games. And who knows?, He may have a reason for his glee. "We've had a couple of bad years in a row so it's easy for me to say we're going to be much improved," said portion, who came to Morningside last year alter four years at Ellsworth Junior College. v "We're going to be physical on offense. In fact, I think we'll have one of the most 1174 Standings ALL South Dakota North Dakota Stata South Dakota Stata Northern Iowa Mankato Stata Auoustana Morningside SI' H 0 430 250 070 83 I 6 S 0 physical offenses in the conference. We're going to be bigger than a house. "We'll average about 230 across the front line but our backs is what makes us big," Dornon said. "Our fullback, Randy Diehl, is 235. tailback Dave DuPree is 215 and slotback Skip Holton is close at 215." Diehl, from Osceola, rushed for 459 yards last year. DuPree is a former junior college ail-American and Dornon claims Holton, from Roosevelt of Des Moines, could develop into one of the conference's best backs. "Randy's a hoss," Dornon emphasized. "He has got to be one of the stronger runners in the league. We would like to play a control type offense, get that football, run at you and see what happens." THE CHIEFS' air game also should be adequate this season, with quarterbacks Tom janssen and Chuck Buesing, who combined for 1,029 yards passing last year, returning along with split end Joe Longo. "Joe Longo (from Dowling of West Des Moines) has to be one of the best receivers in the league," said Dornon. "He had a good year last year, gaining more than 600 yards, and he'll be better this year. "Our attitude is super. I've never had so much fun coaching in my life. When we first came here we didn't know what was going on. Now the players and coaches have been through a season and we can compare and talk about what happened last year." Dornon said. "The one year made me a better coach. This league (the North Central Conference) is awful close to big- time football. I couldn't believe it. "I learned a lot of football last year. I think that year makes a big difference." DORNON ADMITS his defense needs work but he returns three experienced backs and has a top line- Graceland banks on fast Ohio feet College football recruiters often spend a lot of time in Ohio, so it's not unusual for Ohio talent to be spread across the nation. Graceland seems to have picked up more than its fair share, though, landing five players. But Coach Bill Dudek isn't unhappy about the migration south because the quintet composes his entire first-team offensive backfield and a possible starter at linebacker. "One of our boy's father helps recruit for Ohio State and when he gets them filled, he sends some of them our way," explains Dudek. "They aren't quite Ohio State caliber, but they're good." THE STARTING backfield — Chris Gibson at quarterback, Ed McCurdy at fullback and Sonny Hicks and Dave Hamilton at the halfbacks — gives Dudek reason to believe his offense will be potent since.the players started as a unit last season. Hicks and Hamilton are., both speedsters. Hicks runs the 100-yard dash in 9.8 seconds and Hamilton in :09.7. "The key to the season this year is whether we can move the ball on the ground," Dudek claimed. "That was our problem last year (the Yel- lowjackets tied for fourth in the Heart of America Conference with a 2-4 mark and were 2-7 overall). "We were very little," continued Dudek. "But we picked up a 240-pound tackle (Pat Henry of Moline, 111.) and 265-pound center (Alfie Fulton of Lamoni) and five or six other kids from Indian Hills, Junior College of Centerville who will help us. "WE'RE GOING to try to move that ball on the ground. We like to run wide. We haven't been big enough to go off tackle and we've had to go way wide ... to utilize their speed." Graceland boasts a veteran defensive unit this year, even though most of the players are underclassmen. "We started eight freshmen, two juniors and one senior last year so we've got 10 of 11 back," noted Dudek. ". . . Out of our 2 4 returning lettermen this year, we'll lose only three. "The experience we got last year has got to help us," Dudek continued, "but the only thing is, was it enough? That's the secret. We'll play six teams that'll probably be in the top 15 of the NAIA and, of course, they'll be upperclassmen." DUDEK MENTIONED that the Yellowjackets also may be stronger this season because they won't have to contend with two open dates as they did last year. "I would rather play every weekend," he emphasized. "Last year, we lost six games by a touchdown or less, so I think we gained some maturity." Graceland (2*7*0) At Lauioni BILL DUDEK S. 13 W'liiani Penn S. 20 Monmouth S. 27 Al Nebraska-Weslevan . O. 4 At Baktr (Kan.) 0. 11 nwf--'<«rn 0. 18 At Tarkio 0. 25 At Ottawa (Kan.) « . 1 Cpntral Methodist (Mo ) . 8 At Missouri Valley . 15 William Jewell (Mo.) .. . 22-?' ... 0-6 .'27-16 '.. 8-16 . 14-13 .. 7-46 ..16-31 ..13-31 230- backer in 6-foot 5-inch, pound Herb McMath. The defensive line features junior college transfer Art Turner (270 pounds), Guy McCausland (250) and Mike Gragert (240). "I'm an eternal optimist," Dornon declared, "but more than anything our major problem is winning that first game. It's tough after losing 19 in a row. "We're going to play a lot of teams that we have a better offense than, and if the defense comes along it'll turn into an exciting season. "The thing about the North Central is that it's so balanced injuries can be a major factor. "If we can avoid them, we'll really be salty." - ( John Dornon 7 Learned a Lot' 46 PLAYERS ATWESLEYAN Not many coaches would be pleased if only 46 players turned out for the football team, but Iowa Wesleyan's Dick Palm couldn't be happier. Palm, in his second season with the Tigers, had only 28 players on last year's squad and suffered through an 0-9 season, being outscored, 33442. "We were very short on numbers," said Palm, "and this year we're young — predominantly a freshman-sophomore team. Of the 46 guys, 22 are freshmen so they'll be playing regularly. "We have 17 lettermen," continued Palm, "and most of them were starters. In fact 11 of them were freshmen last year, so that shows how young we'll be this year." BUT EVERY cloud has a silver lining and Palm admits his younger players are getting experience which could prove valuable in the future. "We feel depth won't be a problem at all this year after going with 28 last year. In fact, we feel in really good shape this way. We're very encouraged by it. "We're out to turn things around here," Palm continued. "We tried to do some recruiting but we don't give scholarships and that limits us right there. But more kids showed up and we've got great team spirit and that'll be one of our greatest assets." ED ANDERSON from Waco of Olds will start at quarterback and Mark Stone returns at tailback. The top defensive player for Iowa Wesleyan, an independent, may be linebacker Frank Colayo. a co-captain with Dan Barkley. Barkley, Dick Roth and Bill Sanders are returning offensive linemen. Iowa Wesleyan (0*9) At Mount Pleasant DICK PALM V ?n Al William Penn ........ 0-66 S. 27 Illinois College ............ 12-24 L. .1 Al ^ulverotockton .......... 14-20 0. 11 Missouri Western .......... 6 -V, . 18 At Lakeland . ...... 0-19 25 At Illinois Benedictine ....... 0-42 l ii Ambrose Randy Diehl He's a 'hoss' Oklahoma runaway gridpick The Top Twenty Hare are the Top Twenty teams In The Associated Press preseason college football poll with first-place votes In parentheses, last year's records and total points. fiS&JSlttW: 011 """ 1. Oklahoma (54) 2. Alabama (!) E 3. Michigan (!) 4. Ohio State (3) 5. So. California * MM.::::::: * f±nUM""."-."-.: i?: WJR "*"•.:::::::::: 12. Michigan State 13. No Caro. State 14. UCLA 15. Florida 16. Arizona 17. Maryland 18. Tennessee 20. Stanford Of 20-18-16-14 ...11-0-0 1, , ,11-1-0 ...10-1-0 :-M •.-•IS? ...10-2-0 :::!:« ... 9-2-1 ... 6-3-2 ::: m ... M-O ... .1-4-1 ... 5-4-2 •12,184 914 842 814 714 469 417 422 170 339 308 304 1 13 '? 52 •il 4fl 42 . N. N. 8 , Hureka .................. 12-43 . NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Oklahoma is an overwhelming choice to become the seventh team to win college football's national championship two years in a row. The Sooners received 54 of 60 first-place votes and 1,184 of a possible 1,200 points in the Associated Press pre-season rankings for 1975. Crimson Tide Second Alabama was second with one first-place ballot and 914 points, followed by Michigan, Ohio State, Southern California, Penn State, Nebraska, Auburn, Texas A. and M. and Notre Dame. The other consecutive winners were Minnesota in 194041, Army (1944-45), Notre Dame (1946-47), Oklahoma (1953-56), Alabama (1964-65) and Nebraska (1970-71). Oklahoma rolled to the 1974 title with an 11-0 record. The Sooners were followed by Southern Cal, Michigan, Ohio State, Alabama, Notre Dame, Penn State, Auburn, Nebraska and Miami of Ohio. Miami of Ohio Missing Miami and three others from last season's Top Twenty failed to make the preseason list. The others were No. 14 Baylor, No. 17 Mississippi State and No. 19 Houston. The pre-season Second Ten consists of Texas, Michigan State, North Carolina State, UCLA, Florida, Arizona, Maryland, Tennessee, Arkansas and Stanford. UCLA, Arizona, Arkansas and Stanford were not in the final 1974 Top -Twenty. In earning its runaway standing, Oklahoma received four seconds and two thirds in addition to the 54 first- place votes. Oklahoma, Alabama, Michigan and Ohio State were the only teams to be ranked among the top 15 bv even Voter. be a believer that speed will offset size a bit." The Eagles' wishbone offense will have experience with quarterback Keith Schliesman of Conrad returning along with running backs Rod Schmidt of West Bend and Steve Rembe of Sioux City. "Schliesman started last season as a sophomore and -flis-strength -is -as- an option running quarterback," said Martin. "But he really came on at the end of the season and if he picks up where he left off we'll have a good passing game. We're going to throw considerably more." Ernie Johnson, all-conference running back, also will play wide receiver in some offensive alignments. "We've got some real good- looking people," said Martin, "but we're not going to have very many. It's one of those situations that if we get very many injuries we could be in trouble in a hurry." Northwestern (8-2-0) At Orange City 5., I S. 13 Central S. 20 At Bueni *?ft»ff 0.11 At Graci 8:B» N. 1 Wa,,, v «.-.c. N. g At AUBusfana ena Vista Falls . Graceland (estmar .... • Bethel .... •ne state. 35,2 o-19 21-7 40-0 20-e Yankton (7-2) • f. At At Yankton, S.D. •ILL IOBZIN .. .... .................. 3 At Spr natleld ............... 54-0 At Colorado College estmar M: 7. r ,.v;.n-v.v.v:.v.v.1/5.', 9 s Bethel (5-4) At St. Paul, Minn. Sioux Falls (4-5) At Sioux Falls, S.D. 0. 11 At Yankton ...... ....' O. 25 At Westmar 8: Westmar (3-5) At LeMars ... fl-24 ...34-20 V.V.'o'-ii UNI says 'pass the Salmon' .7-19 ! 2 AtanJcion'V.'.V.V.'.V.V.'.V.'.'.'lV.ii o. 11 Bethel ............ ji 7 o. 18 At Northwestern . . .'.','.'.'.'.'.'.^3 f Midland .13.27 Northern Iowa Coach Stan Sheriff calls Bill Salmon "a class quarterback . . . as fine as any in the state, maybe in the Midwest or the country." Salmon, Cedar Falls senior who hit 11 touchdown passes in 1971, is big reason Sheriff believes Northern Iowa can challenge for North Central Conference championship. Good-by to frozen turf South Dakota (8-3-0) At VermiUion, S.D. BERNARD COOPER DOME Continued jrom Page One things aren't in the control of our department. "You see the work done to put something like that together and you can see why there are delays and accept them." THE DOME'S roof, which will be 115 feet above the playing surface at the apex, will be composed of a beige canvas-like material — supported by air pressure. Steel cables will be strung high above the stands to catch the canvas should it fall, but officials say it isn't likely they'll ever be needed. Sheriff said he knows of only three other domes in the nation (in California, Tennessee and Michigan) which also use air pressure for support. The canvas-like material is translucent and will become lighter when exposed to sun, which will provide some light for afternoon events. Sheriff claims the dome is needed because present gym facilities are inadequate and out of date, the school has no indoor track and "eventually we would have to move the football stadium because of increased campus development." Sheriff believes the dotnn is a bargain even at the $7.1 million price. "The other coaches have felt good about it and supported us very well," he noted. ''We could have tried to build three different facilities — basketball gym, stadium and track — and it would have cost us $25 million. U I think we'll have a unique, functional service and at a reasonable cost." Sheriff boasts that the dome's 220-yard track will be the nation's largest because of its 42-inch-wide lanes. SHERIFF BELIEVES Astroturf was the correct choice for the football field, even though some pro teams have criticized it recently. "We have*played on .\vn- Stan Sheriff An Assist in Recruiting? thetic fields before and our teams have enjoyed it," he said, "I think there will-always be debates on playing surfaces, but because of the resiliant material underneath the Astroturf, which has shock pads, we will have better protection. "I've played on O.R. Akalh- am in sub-freezing temperatures when the turf has been frozen as hard as concrete. That will never happen here. We'll have complete temperature control." Officials, stressing the versatility and comfort of the dome, said it should aid attendance at athletic events. 11 will contain some offices, but the locker rooms and the coaches' headquarters will remain in the adjacent physical education plant, which will be joined to the dome by a tunnel. SHERIFF MINIMIZED the dome's value in recruiting. "I think students arc inter- . 6 Cameron .... . 13 At Montana . . 20 At Wliconiln S, 27 Al Wlic.-RH >. 4 Auquilana . i. 11 Mornlngilde ,.»-u .24-21 At Wlic.-Rlvtr Fills l« Af South" Dakota State"'.!'.'.'. 20-6 25 North Dakota 37-24 l At North Dakota State 12-13 R At Northern Iowa 26-14 15 Mankato State 16-57 No, Dak, St, (7-4-0) At Fargo, S.D. EV KJEL1ERTSON 6 At Nebraska-Omaha 3-0 20 Montana State 27 Northern Iowa 0-20 4 At South Dakota State 21-0 11 At Auqustana 29-14 II North Dakota 25-31 25.Mankato State 17-14 l South Dakota 11-12 t Mornln»s!d» Ts-7 North Dakota (6-4-0) At Grand Forks, N.D. facilities, regardless if they're in athletics," he noted. He also declined to comment on the possibility that the dome could be a step toward major-college status. One thing is certain, though. He's already looking forward to next season — when he'll be able to coach inside the dome. JERRY OLSON 13 At Montana State .......... 34-u 20 AuauManna ............. 37-3A 27-Mornlnflslde __ . _ ............ 41-0 4 At Northern Iowa .......... 42-26 11 Snuth n«koM state ........ 6-55 18 At North Dakota State ..... 31-20 25 At So"ih Dakota ........... 24-37 1 At Mankato State ........... 35-27 8 St Cloud State ................... North Central Outlook NORTHERN IOWA of ralyrnlni «uarterback Mhlnd luld- III I anca of relurnlnf quarterback »i i Salman, Panthers, who gained school- record 4,OM yard* lotar offense last season, could be league's mast •»• plosive team. All-cenlerence receiver »ov. Dav* Schooify roiurni •> prim* W- f«t. IMtdttar Tom Htninl/ who talnod 4ti yirdi Hit i*ti«Ji »»,W; nin« back, ha» boan moved to tl«M and and covld provide deop tnroat. Sheriff mutt find someone to replace parted ruiwlne back fat batten, n tft'Mr'n and Randy Erlon and an experienced mondery led by Jim Thomu and Nick Maraioi, ihould surrender tar t«wer than the 141 points and ),««« yards It allowed last year. MOMNINGSIOE — OHense ihould be strong suit lor Chun, who nave lost 1* straight fames. Ten offensive ttartert return, including quartirDacks Chuck Bucsslng and Tom Janssen, who combined for 1,02« yards passing las) year. Their tavorite target probably will bo Joe Lento, former Dowllni of West Oes MOInes standout who snared 17 tosses last year. Experienced offonslvo line should compliment running of fullback Randy Diehl. Defense, anchored by i-fool i- Inch, UO-pound linebacker • Herb McMath, who lamed all-loop honors last season, has «ood site. Front Una features Mike Oragart (MO pounds), Arthur Turner (270) and Guy McCausland (ISO). Defensive secondary should bo good. MANKATO STATE - Offense ails after departure of quarterback Oou« Thompson, who ranked second nationally in tola! ofionse, and receiver Pal Meier, but 10 returning starters on defense could give the new oftanse time to mature. Only the nose guard is missing from 1>74 starting defensive unit. Linebackers and' secondary are solid with ISO-Pound Dave Waaner the top lineman. Despite defensive talent, team will be hard pressed to match 1974's 5-4-1 record. SOUTH DAKOTA — Beanie Cooper, former He c lan of Sioux City coach, has taken reins of squad which finished in three-way tie for conference championship — its third straight — last year. Sixteen starters — nine on defense — should make Cooper's first collegiate coaching season pleasurable. High-powered olfense loses only one Interior lineman and again has Mark Jenkins at quarterback. However absence of wide receiver-punt returner Dwight DACOmbe (second team college division ill-American) will bi tall. Coyotes loll two all-conference detansivi lineman out Iowa State transfer Mat Knar has been sharp at mlddia guard. All-loop safely Doug Smith heads secondary, NORTH DAKOTA STATE - Third- year coach Ev Klelborlson must rebuild offensive lint and settle on quarterback. Former Univers ly of Minnesota passer Randy Thiele has edgo ovar Mlk* Ulrlch. oavo Roby and John Vellar pravlde strength and speed at running back — whare the Bison hava their test depth, Team has won or shared loop title 10 ol past n years and vet'ran defensive unit will keep it in running again this year. Top-notch linebacker Rick Budde returns as do safely Mark Askew and cornerback Kevin Krebibach, who combined lor six inlercePtlons last year. Dafensive line loses all-American Jerry Dahl and two other starters but still has good depth. SOUTH DAKOTA STATE — Thirty- two letterman return, including most ol starting defensive and offensive backfields, giving Jackrabbits tills aspirations. Bill Masl and Greg Han, who alternated at quarterback last year both return. Halfback Jim Kramer and slolback Dick Welkert also are back out offensive line — with only the center returning — must be rebuilt lor solid ground geme. Ron Christcnsen is back on defensive line but other holes there and in line- backing corps could cause problems. Depth is sore point on detenu. AUGUSTANA — Possible title contender with 1> starters back from last year's 4-6 unit. Vikings lost record- setting Dave Zellnsky at quarterback but boast top rusher In Frank Penza, who averaged 7.2 yards.per carry last Will I So, Dak, St, (6-5-0) At Brookings, S.D. JOHN GREOORY S. 6 Hamline ........................ 5. 13 Mank't" State .............. 45-14 S. 20 Nebraska-Omaha ................ S. 27 At Aunustane .............. 35-6 0. 4 NTth Dakota State .......... 0-28 0. 11 At Nor'H Dakota ............ 55-7 0. It South Dakota ............... 6-20 0. 25 At Mornlnsside ............. 27-1 N. 1 Northern Iowa ............ 21-22 N. 9 At Nevada-Las Vegas ........ 21-24 N. 15 At Youngstown State ........ 21-35 Northern la, (5-4-1) At Cedar Falls STAN SHERIFF 5. * E«<.t»rn Illinois S. 13 Nevada-Las Vega; S. 27 M North Dakota State 20-0 0. 4 North Dakota 26-42 0. 11 At Drake 41-17 O. 18 At Morninqsidt 49-14 0. 25 Ausustena 23-38 N. 1 At South Dakota Slate 22-21 N. a South Dakota 14-26 N. 15 Wisconsin-Whitewater Mankato St, (5-4-1) At Mankato, Minn. JOHN COATTA S n At South Dakota State . S. ?0 Northern Iowa S. 27 At Nnrthwist Missouri . O. 4 Morninoside O. II Western Illinois 0 18 Al Auouslana 0. 25 Al North Dakota State N. 1 North Dakota year. Defense be tough. Former Lincoln of Des Moines prep Doug Clark will start for fourth year at tackle. All starting linebackers return and secondary has experience despite loss ol all-conference safety Ernie Tweet. Bob Cailaghan, Klch Chounard and Dee Jay Donlin are contending for quarterback spot. NORTH DAKOTA — veteran offensive unit — nine starters return — qive Sioux chance to successlully defend the league title they shared last season. Junior Bill Deutscn helped team to conference rushing record last season by gaining 1,173 yards. He'll again be ioined by Dale Kasowski who picked up ill. Tackle Chet Stevenson is only interior lineman not returning but record-smashing flanker Ron Cus- talson has graduated. Sioux will be strong ai defensive end and line, backing spots but need improvement elsewhere. ,U-4i 28-58 34-20 . 44-3 13-41 .19-14 .14-17 27-35 N. 15 At South Dakota ...i ... .'.', .57-^0 Augustana (4-6-0) At Sioux Falls, S.D. RALPH STARENKO S. 6 Concordia (Neb.) ........... 7-14 S. 13 At Gustavus Adolphus ...... 41-22 S. 20 At North Dakota ........... 36-37 S. 27 Soi'th Da^ta State ......... 6-35 0. 4 At South Dakota .......... 7-14 0. II North Dakota Stale ......... U-29 0. 18 Mankato Stale . ........... 14-19 0. 25 At No-t^rn Iowa .......... 38-23 N. 1 Morningside .......... 23-7 N. 8 Northwestern College ............ Morningside (0*9-0) At Sioux City JOHN DORNAN S 6 At Wiscons n-St n vens Poin S. 13 N?braska-0maha S. 27 At Ni^'h rv ""a 0. 4 At Mankato Slate o. 11 At south Dakota 0. 18 Northern Iowa 0. 25 SouMi Dakota Statt ..... N. 1 At Auaustana ........ N. 8 North Dakota S'ate ..... .. 0-30 21-31 0-41 3-44 21-49 14-49 .. .«-37 ...7.. 1 1 ,..0-<i

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