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14 I incoln Evening Journal k Nebraska State Journal Monday, Oct. 12, 1970—P.M. May Be Wrong llllilllllllllllllllillllilllillllltMlllllllillilllllllllilllllllllllllllllliiiiiiii By Don Forsythe Tight Southwest Conference One of the big aims of any football team is establishing and maintaining good field position. Playing the opposition with their backs pressed tight against the goal line is good field position. If something extraordinary happens you can take advantage of it quickly. Nebraska illustrated the point late in the Missouri game Saturday, forcing the Tigers to punt from their own one-yard line. Two things happen in that sort of a situation . . . the linemen pay extra attention to protecting their kicker and the punter kicks the ball as quickly as he can. That’s a dangerous combination if you’re kicking to Johnny Rodgers and Rodgers may never have an easier return than his 48-yard scamper with the Cornhuskers’ final touchdown. That’s one kind of field position. The Ckirnhuskers go after another Saturday in Lawrence, Kan. If Nebraska can wnip Kansas it could well be the only unbeaten team left in the conference race after two weeks of play. Right now the distinction is shared by Nebraska (1-0), Kansas (1-0) and Oklahoma (0-0), and the Sooners open their league season at Colorado this weekend. It’s the sort of field position Nebraska hasn’t enjoyed in Big Eight play in the last three seasons. Conigliaro Swapped Race Mixcs Cla ss B Ratings To Angels football By Thu Presi Early Losses Costly A year ago the Cornhuskers rebounded after their opening loss to Missouri to finish 6-1 and tie the Tigers for the championship. But in the previous two years early losses to Kansas dropped bombshells into Cornhusker title hopes. In 1967 the Cornhuskers opened Big Eight play with a 16-14 win over Kansas State, then suffered the first whitewashing under Bob Devaney the next week at Kansas as the Jayhawks claimed a 10-0 win. The following week Colorado dumped the Cornhuskers out of the title picture with a 21-16 win. a 23-13 decision setback to make A year later the Cornhuskers dropped to Kansas and Missouri tacked on a 16-14 Nebraska 0-2 in its first two Big Eight games. That’s bad field position. Just as bad as kicking from your own one-yard line. Jayhawks Flying High Again Having lost three straight times to Missouri gave the Corn­ huskers added incentive in their opener. “We wanted to win this one more than any other we’ve played this year,’’ said coach Bob Devaney. The incentive should linger this week as Pepper Rodgers has beaten the Cornhuskers two of three times since taking over as coach of the Jayhawks. Judging from a 4-1 overall record and a 21-15 win over favored Kansas State last week Rodgers has the Jayhawks turned around after a dismal 1*9 season last year. The Cornhuskers and Jayhawks came to a crossroads in Lincoln last year. Nebraska’s penalty-aided winning touchdown march started a winning string which is still going. Kansas lost not only the game, but its quarterback, and never became the contender it was expected to ik. Another crossroads looms in Lawrence Saturday. Baltimore (UPI)—By one of those pure strokes of baseball iixiny Tony Conigliaro has become a member of the California Angels, the very same ball club against whom he nearly lost his life. More irottic yet, the 25-year- old right fielder told close friends that if he ever had to leave the Boston Red Sox, for whom he had played seven seasons, he’d prefer to go with a club like the Angels. He got his wish Sunday night. Conigliaro was the key figure in a six player swap in which he, catcher Jerry Moses and reliever Ray Jarvis were traded to the Angels for relief ace Ken Tatum, outfieder Jarvis Tatum and second baseman Doug Griffin, who spent most of last season with Hawaii of the Pacific Ckiast League, Only three years ago, Conigliaro was given the last rites of his church shortly after Jack Hamilton of California hit him in the left eye with a pitch during a game at Boston. At first it was feared the popular Tony C would lose his left eye—and then for a time the doctors thought he might die, but even though he missed the entire 1968 season, he regained his regular right field job with the Red Sox last year, and did even better this year as he drove in 116 runs, hit 36 homers and batted .266 in 146 games. Conigliaro, who leaves his 23- year-old brother Billy behind with the Red Sox had a hunch he would be traded. “I don’t want to leave Boston,” he had said. “It’s my home, it’s the city where I broke in, and it’s where most of my friends are. If the Red Sox trade me, I won’t pull a Curt Flood and I don’t say I won’t go, because baseball is a great part of my life and I want to play, but I hope if I am traded it’s to a club like the Angels. I like Los Angeles.” The Angels are delighted to have him. By VIRGIL PARKER Prep Sports Writer The continued even balance of the Class B Southwest Conference race has had an effect on the top ten high school football ratings for the second week in a row. “I’ve never seen things so messed up as they are this year,” Cozad coach Ken Parish said after his Haymakers further confused things with a 20-6 victory over Holdrege Friday night. “We’ve come a long way and shown a lot of improvement since the first of the year,” Parish said of his defending Class B state champions. But Cozad opened defense of its title this fall on the wrong foot, suffering a 43-7 defeat at the hands of Aurora of the Central Ten Ck)nf6rence. Through the first four weeks of the season the balance of the two circuits was evidenced. First, Gothenburg of the Southwest beat Ord of the Central Ten. But Ord topped the Southwest’s Holdrege and followed that with a win over Aurora. The plot thickened further when Holdrege beat Gothenburg, and the circle was completed this past weekend as Majors Praises Colorado Cozad claimed its victory over Holdrege. Combined with a 19-13 win by No. 5 Lexington, also of the Southwest Conference, over Gothenburg, the Class B top ten has several changes. Two-time losers Cozad, Gothenburg and Holdrege are all on the outside looking in — the latter two were in the select Associated Bast Boston Unlv 13, Massachusetts 10 Colgate 21, Holy Cross 13 Columbia 28, Harvard 21 Cornell 32, Pennsylvania 31 Dartmouth 38, Princeton 0 Delaware 36, Lafayette 20 Lehigh 7, Rutgers 0 New Hampshire 13, Maine 9 Penn State 28, Boston College 3 Pittsburgh 10, Navy 8 Rhode Island 40, Vermont 13 . , . , « . j Syracuse 23, Maryland 7 are close to Lexington, Ord auo Xemple 41, Connecticut 23 * _ Villanova 17, Buffalo 7 Yale 28, Brown 0 a good Parish group last week — though all three have demonstrated they :i£ Pro Football Summaries Cards 24, Saints 17 New Orleans ........................0 7 3 7—17 St. Louis ..............................7 0 3 14-24 StI — Lane 74 run, (Bakken kick) No — Baker 3 run, (Dempsey kick) No — FG Dempsey 34 StI — Shivers 5 run (Bakken kick) No — Parks 18 pass from Hargett (Dempsey kick) StI —Smith 49 pass from Hart (Bakken 'ick) A - 45,294. Statistics Saints /Irst downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles Yards penalized 19 130 2’2 130 13-38-2 7-42 0 36 Cardinals 17 196 236 236 18-31-2 5-45 1 01 Browns 30, Bengals 27 Cincinnati ......................... 10 7 3 7—27 Cleveland ........................... 2 14 0 14—30 Cln—- FG Muhlmann 50 Cle— Safety, Carter tackled in end zone Cin— Kelly 3 pass from Nelson (Cock* roft kick) Cin— Berry 58 fumble runback (Muhl­ mann kick) Cie— Morin 4 pass from Nelson (Cockroft kick) Cin— FG Muhlmann 23 Cle— Kelly 1 run (Cockroft kick) Cle— Scott 1 run (Cockroft kick) Cin— Thomas 16 pass from Carter (Muhlmann kick) A— 83,520. Statistics Cowboys 13, Falcons 0 Atlanta ................................ 0 0 0 ^ o Dallas ................................... 0 3 3 7—13 Dal—FG Clark 19 Dal—FG Clark 10 ^ ^ Dal—Rentzel 12 pass from Morton (Clark kick) A-53,611. Statistics First Downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Bengals IS 54 182 176 20-28-1 4-46 0 59 Browns 23 130 216 112 17-29-1 6-45 2 57 Colts 24, Oilers 20 Baltimore 7 10 0 7-24 Houston 0 7 7 6—20 Balt—Maitland 2 run (O'Brien kick) Balt—Jefferson 17 pass from Unltas (O'Brien kick) Hou—Levias 7 pass from Johnson (Gerela kick) Batt-FG O'Brien 43 Hou—Hopkins 1 run (Gerela kick) Hou—FG Gerela 27 Hou—FG Gerela 9 Balt—Jefferson 31 pass from Unitat (O'Brien kick) A—48,050. Statistics First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Yards penalized Falcons Cowboys 9 13 84 218 44 39 28 53 10-18-0 4-11-2 8-38 5-42 U 89 Redskins 31, Lions 10 Detroit ............................. 0 3 0 7—10 Washington ......................... 7 10 7 7-31 Wash—Taylor 15 pass from Jurgensen Knight kick). Det—FG Mann 36 Wash-FG Knight 31 Wash—Smith 7 pass from Jurgensen (Knight kick) Wash—Taylor 16 pass from Jurgensen (Knight kick) Det—Eddy 4 run (Mann kick) Wash—Brown 4 run (Knight kick) A-50,414. Statistics First downs Rushing yardage Passing Yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Colts 18 74 227 90 30-51-1 4-49 1 35 Oilers 24 94 271 102 34-20-0 4-42 1 83 Giants 30, Eagles 23 Philadelphia ....................... 0 9 7 7—23 New York ......................... 17 3 3 7—30 NY—Johnson 68 run (Gogolak kick) •NY—FG Gogolak 15 NY—Duhon 45 punt return (Gogolak kick) Phil—FG Moseley 13 NY—FG Gogolak 45 Phil—Jackson 20 pass from Snead (kick failed) Phil—Jackson 79 pass from Snead (Moseley kick) NY—FG Gogolak 40 Phil—Woodeshick 1 run (Moseley kick) NY—Johnson 34 run (Gogolak kick) A-62,820. First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes Return yardage Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Lions Redskins 16 21 99 127 152 127 14-25-0 14-20-1 7 4-38 1 50 0 2-44 62 Chiefs 23, Patriots 10 Boston ............................. 3 0 0 7—10 Kansas City ..........................0 10 0 13—23 Bos—FG, Cappelletti 25 KC—Holmes 1 rin (Stenerud kick) KC—FG Stenerud 42 KC—FG Stenerud 44 KC—Holmes 2 run (Stenerud kick) KC-FG Stenerud 24 Bos—Turner 12 pass from Kapp (Cappelletti kick) A-50,698. Patriots Chiefs First downs ........................... 6 20 Rushing yardaga _________ 76 272 Passing yardage ...................... 29 74 Return yardage ...................... 208 87 Passes ................................ 5-23-6 8-17-2 Punts ............ 7-41 5-56 Fumbles lost ............................. 1 3 Yards penalized ...................... 68 92 0-24 0 - 0 iCox Statistics First Downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Eagles Giants 16 17 94 174 273 155 3 63 14-38-3 1 6-29-1 7-36 6-34 1 I 82 60 Vikings 24, Bears 0 Minnesota .................... . 7 10 7 Chicago .. 0 0 0 Min — Jones 7 Run (Cox kick) Minn — Page 65 fumble return kick) Miiin — FG Cox 22 Minn — Washington 49 pass from Cuozzo (Cox kick) A— 45,485. Statistics Vikings 17 142 First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Return Yardage Passes Punts Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized 200 98 17-33-1 6-42 2 101 Bears 9 62 75 27 19-34-3 8-41 3 45 Steelers 23, Bills 10 Buffalo .............................. 3 0 7 0 —10 Pittsburgh 3 7 3 10-23 Pitt—FG 28 Mingo Buff—FG 52 Guthrie Pitt—Smith, pass from Hanratty (Mingo kick) Buff—Simpson 4 run (Guthrie kick) Pitt—FG 49 Mingo Pitt—Pearson 2 run (Mingo kick) Pitt—FG 43 Mingo. A—42,130. Statistics TIRES - TIRES CLEANIN' HOUSE!!! Makin' Room for Snow-Tircs!!! MUST CLEAN OUT OVER 300 REGULAR TREAD TIRES BY END OF THIS WEEK. NEARLY ALL SIZES AVAIULBLE -----WE HAVE Blackwalls — Double Whitewalls — Roised White Letters New Car Change-Overs — Nylon Tires — Polyester Tires — Factory Fresh Biems — Discontinued Line Tires WE HAVE THEM ALL!!! ONLY THREE PRICES ON THESE TIRES $15.00 —$20.00 —$25.00 Plus 1.78 to 3.08 F.E.T. -NONE HIGHER — Installed FREE now or in the SPRING !!! 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AT THESE PRICES THEY WON'T UST Walker Tire Co. 830 M Master-charge J _________ Phone 432-3388 Bank-Americard First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles Lost Yards penalized Bills Steelers 16 85 257 88 16-37-3 6-42.5 2 82 12 171 50 142 7-22-0 8-45.6 0 62 Nebraska Prep Ralinjs By Virgil Parker South Florida 38, Florida State 27 Louisiana State 34, Pacific Unlv 0 Wake Forest 28, Virginia Tech 9 Far West Arizona 24, Brigham Young 17 Arizona State 37, Washington St 30 California 31, Washington 28 Idaho St Univ 24, Montana State 21 Long Beach St 27, Boise State 14 Montana 44, Idaho 26 Class A 1—Creighton Prep (4-8) 2—Lincoln Southeast (4-0-1) 3—Fremont (3-0-1) 4~Bellevue (4-1) 5-North Platte (4-1) 6—Omaha Benson (3-1) 7—Lincoln High (3-1) 8—Omaha Ryan (2-1-2) 9—Grand Island (2-3) 10—Columbus (3-1-1) Comment — Norfolk most closely threatens the top ten and can move in with a win over Grand Island this weekend. Islanders still (jualify despite a losing record, with all three defeats at the hands of teams above them in ratings — Southeast, Fremont and North Platte. Class B 1—Lincoln Pius X (3-0) 2—Blair (4-0) 3—Omaha Cathedral (4-0) 4—Columbus Scotus (5-0) 5—Lexington (4-0-1) Comment — Southwest 6—Ord (4-1) 7—Aurora (4-1) 8—Laurel (4-0) 9—Sidney (4-1) 10—Auburn (5-0) Conference members Gothenburg, Aurora which remain. “We can still have year,” C o z a d ’ s observes. “We could wind up 6-2-1 yet if we can finish with four wins.” Regardless of their finish. Parish is looking forward to _______ great tWngs in the future for iSgIS » his Haymakers. “We’re Oregon 4i, ucla 4o starting six underclassmen on san^Diego*S%te'41, south Mississippi 14 offense and four on defense,” EmViSTc*..'?, ho points out, “and they are all cot%a.“u.Vv . playing a key role.” Among those gaining special 5 .,,|,,|,,||||||||||||||||||||i;iiiiiiHniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitni'£ praise, from Parish are two s = transfers, middle guard Eric | BoX I Beisner, a junior from Orleans, = s and sophomore defensive end *” Lon Dyer from Albion. “Our sophomore quarterback, Stan Headley has gone all season,” Parish says, “and he’s showing a marked improvement.” Though CiOthenburg and Holdrege are replaceil in the Class B top ten by Laurel and Sidney, the leaders in both the A and B ratings are much the same as a week ago after the majority of the games across the state were postponed by CINCINNATI ab r h bi BALTIMORE ab r h bl Buford If 4 12 0 Rose rf Blair cf 5 12 1 Tolan cf jPowell lb 3 2 2 2 Perez 3b FRobinsn rf 5 0 0 0 Bench C BRoblnsn 3b 4 1 1 1 LMay lb Hendrcks c 3 0 | 2 Mcl^e If DJohnson 2d 3 0 1 0 Helms 2d Beleanger ss 4 0 0 0 Wo^wrd ss Cuellar d 1 0 0 0 Cline ph Phoebos% 0 0 0 0 Chaney ss 1110 Carbo oh 1 0 0 0 MGIothin p 0 0 0 0 Wilcox p 1 0 0 0 Carroll P Bravo oh Gullet p Stewart ph Salmon oh Drbwsky p P P Holdrege and Cozad wind up eliminating each other. All three have now suffered two losses. They continue to contend for a top ten spot, however, along with Norris, Ashland, Arlington, Fairbury and Wayne. 49ers 20, Rams 6 San Los Francisco ............... 0 Angeles ................. 0 SF~Brodie 12 run SF—FG Gossett 42 LA—FG Ray 16 LA—FG Ray 31 SF—Washington 59 (Gossett kick) SF-FG Gossett 15 A—77,272. 3-20 0 — 6 (Gossett kick) pass from Brodie Statistics First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes ......... Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized 49«rs Rams .12 11 .50 104 .. 193 101 . 84 19 13-20-0 14-35-2 7-33 8-37 . 2 2 101 97 Raiders 35, Broncos 23 Denver ...........................10 7 6 0—23 Oakland .. .. 7 14 0 14-35 Den—<FG Howfield 23. Oak—Chester 24 pass from Lamonica (Blanda kick). Den—Little 54 run (Howfield kick) Den—Haffner 28 pass from Liske (Howfield kick). Oak—Wells 32 pass from Lamonica (Blanda kick). Oak—Wells 60 pass from Lamonica (Blanda kick). Den—FG Howfield 47. Den—FG Howfield 34. Oak—Wells 20 pass from Lamonica (Blanda kick). Oak—Smith 5 run (Blanda kick). A-54,436. Statistics Broncos Raiders First downs Rushing yardage Passing Yardage Return yardage Passes .......... Punts ............ Fumbles Yards penalized 13 .. 145 .. 140 77 17-32-1 . 8-41 0 36 25 171 348 25 20-37-1 7-45 0 66 Peliseli Says Peru Football Turning Corner 3 0 0 0 4 2 11 4 110 3 111 4 112 4 0 2 1 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 35 6 10 6 Total 33 5 7 5 Baltimore ........ 000 1 50 000—6 Cincinnati E—Belanger, ---Friday’s snow storm. Creighton cincinnati 2 . Prep still paces the Class A Hendricks. HR-Tolan (1), J.Powell (2), ^ Bench (1). S-Bravo IP H R ER BB SO Cuellar . , 2 1-3 4 4 1 t ^ Phoebus (W,1-0) 1 2-3 1 0 0 0 0 Drabowsky ^ 2 I I i « M.Looez 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 R Hall ................. 2 1-3 0 0 0 0 AAcGIOfhlin ......... 4 1-3 6 4 4 2 2 Wiicox (L.0-1) , 1-3 3 2 2 0 Carroll .............. 2 1-3 1 0 0 0 1 Gullet 2 0 0 0 3 2 Save-R.Hall. T-2:26. A-51,531. Total 301 001 000—5 Blair. DP—Baltimore L clubs, with Lincoln Pius X the head of the Class B list. at Ames, Iowa (UPI) — CJolorado’s football team is good, said Iowa State coach Johnny Majors Sunday, and “we made them look exceptionally good.” “Colorado would have beaten us even if we hadn’t made any mistakes,” Majors said of the Buffaloes* 65-12 Big Eight Conference victory. “They struck us with everything quick and with such lightning-like touchdowns, and really we were taken aback and never did overcome it.” Colorado was ahead 21-0 with only 7:18 gone in the game with Cliff Branch stunning the Cyclones on a 72-yard punt return for the Buffs’ second touchdown in the first period. “They scored two touchdowns in the first three minutes,” Majors saiid, “and that just knocked us cold. Then they came back and hit us with a big pass play about five minutes later and it was 21-0. The 65 points was the most by a Colorado team since a 6512 win over Arizona in 1958. Farnham Honored Omaha’s Harry Farnham, chairman of the Nebraska State Racing Commission, has been named “man of the year” by the Jockey’s Guild.. It is the second such honor 'this year for Farnham, earlier given similar distinction by the Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association. A1 Popara, midwestern manager of the Jockey’s Guild, noted that Farnham’s award marks the first time the directors have selected a “man of the year” since 1965. “We just don’t pass it out indiscriminately. We feel it should be deserved,” he said. Farnham is to receive the award in New York, Nov. 1. Queen’s Setter Best Overall Mead — Dolly, an Irish setter owned hy Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Queen of Lincoln, was judged best adult overall here Sunday in the Irish Setter Club of Nebraska Fun Match. Other Lincoln winners included: Katy, owned by Cindy Miller, best puppy; Shannon, owned by Kevin Cullen, first novice bitch; Sheila, owned by Bill Collins, first in junior handling; and Mount Forest Sherman, owned by Helen and Jerry Vance, first in graduate novice and high score in trial. Program By STEVE GUSS Unpredictable is the word for the Kearney-Peru football game Saturday. It would appear that the 4-1 Antelopes with John Makovicka running, Ken Elson passing and Greg Cheng kicking, have too much firepower for the young, 2-3 Bobcats. And even though Peru assis- ant coach Tom Fitzgerald was blocked by snow drifts in his attempt to scout Kearney’s 2422 loss at Moorhead, Minn. Saturday, the 51-game series between the two is the most unusual among state college clubs. At one point for 16 years between 1919 and 1935, Kearney managed to score only 13 points. But in the last eight games, the Antelopes have tallied 310. Still, Peru leads the series, 27-22-2. Kearney may have one of its better teams in some time under A1 Zikmund, but Joe Pelisek’s freshmen (there are no seniors and only two juniors in the first 22 on the squad) are proving to be dangerous as the 1970 campaign progresses. Peru put 69 points on the Oak Bowl scoreboard in the last two games and Pelisek says, “we’ve turned the corner a lit- tile bit.. . we’re coming back.” The Bobcats snapped a 15- game losing streak this season against Bethel, Kan. Nine of those defeats were charged to Pelisek last season after he took over as head coach from Erv Pitts. ‘i got the job late and my recruiting was limited. But it’s been better this year. We have some good players with possibilties. What had been hurting our program in the past was that many of our players were not good students. They’d play one or two years and drop out of school,” noted Joe. Pelisek feels his current club- backs Jerome Stewart and Larry Pracht arc other young players performing well. Pelisek is looking forward to the Kearney game despite some injuries. “We want to get our program up to where theirs is and I’m happy we’re in a conference with them again although I wish it were six or seven teams instead of four.” Terry Criger Frosh QB Leads Peru with 22 Nebraskans on it, will come around. One of those local products is 5-9, 160-pound quarterback Terry Criger of Nebraska City. Freshman Criger is being pushed hard at that position by another yearling, 5-11. 165- pound, Tom Froehlich of Algona, Iowa. Both can pass and run well. Criger threw two touchdown passes and ran for one score two weeks ago. He dashed 75 yards for six points Saturday against Missouri Western, while Froehlich tossed TD passes of 45 and 39 yards. “Our air attack is moving the ball into position to score on runs. Lack of speed on defense and offensive backs who can’t catch too well are our weak points. Missouri Western had four TDs on long passes,” explains Pelisek. Catching many of Froehlich’s passes as he did in high school, is 6-0, 170-pound sophomore John Winkel. Another standout is Papillion’s Steve Krajicek (6-1,225) who is going both ways at tackle. Randy Den, a transfer from Fairbury JC, Ray Waters, a defensive end and running w Concordia NWU Hastings Doane Midland Dana Kearney MAC Conference T Pet. W L T Pet. L 3 0 0 t.m 2 0 0 1.000 ... I 1 0 .500 .... 0 1 0 .000 ..0 2 0 .000 ... 0 2 0 .000 NCC Conference ... 1 0 0 I.OOO All Games 0 .750 0 1.000 0 .750 0 ,500 0 .250 0 .000 Sioux Citian Karas Position In Lincoln Open John Shuck of Sioux City, Iowa, won a spot Sunday in the second annual Lincoln P B A Bowling Tournament to be held at Hollywood Bowl Nov. 7-9. Shuck won the spot in a roll­ off among 40 top bowlers from Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota. The top ten: John Shuck. Sioux City, Iowa 1042 Stan Tyrell, Lincoln 1031 Don Stanley, Glenwood, Iowa Kt27 Max Jensen, Lincoln 1012 Olin Chapman, Omaha 911 Dave Williams, Omaha 981 Gary Cerny, Lincoln 977 Chock Wonder, Omaha 971 Gary Wilson, Omaha 950 Gale Wilson, Omaha 950 Gale Jensen, Lincoln 945 All Games 4 1 0 .100 Wayne .. .1 0 0 1.000 3 10.750 Peru . ..0 0 0 .000 2 30 .400 (Thadron 0 2 0 .000 2 30 .400 Other Schools W LTPet. Hiram Scott ....... .. 3 01 1.000 Omaha .1 4 0 .200 Junior Colleges W LTPet. McCook .................4 1 0 .800 Fairbury .. .. 2 3 0 .400 Last Week’s Results Nebraska Wesleyan 6, Huron, S.D. 0; Concordia 9, Dana 6; Moorhead, Minn. 24, Kearney 22; Missouri Western 48, Peru 35; Wayne 14, Chadron 7; Hiram Scott 21, Northern, S.D, 17; Northern, Colo. 21, Omaha 0; Hastings 21, Black Hills, S.D. 13; McCook 27, Coffeyville, Kan. 0; Fairbury 27, Wentworth, Mo. 7; Midland at Ooane ppd. until Monday. This Week’s Games Saturday Nebraska Wesleyan at Missouri Valley; Midland at Concordia; Peru at Kearney; Dana at Hastings; Doane at Missouri Western; Chadron at Sooth Dakota Tech; Lea, Minn, ar Wayne; Hiram Scott at New Mexico Highlands; Southern, Colo, at Omaha; Nebraska Frosh at McCook JC; Peru JVs at Fairbury JC (Thursday). Meo's 230 Games, 600 Series At Northeast — Larry Stevens, 233. At Bowl Mor — Harry Pappas, 601; Adee Dinges, 637; Phil Williamson, 245. At Parkwiy — Rollie Strasheim, 231; Byron Duff, 232—603. At Plaza — Glen Pyrrel, 247; Darold Monismith, 277; Dick Cades, 651, Doug Solain, 626; Jack Wallentine, 610; Ken Kuhl, 602; Mick Gray, 233. Ladies' 200 Games, 525 Scries At Northeast — Lee Tillinghast, 210570; Winnie Liar, 530. At Bowl Mor Helene Dan'ey, 201; Nita Cheever, 222—580; Vie Grossenbach, 201—541; Marie Francke, 200, Marge Giebelhaus, 214; Flo Boyles, 201-206—564; Marva Brvceson, 224—556; Dee Coates, 206-542; Betty Hamm, 533; Vi Setlell, 215-547. At Parkway — Sandy Firestone, 545; Joyce Mills, 530; Kay Oakes, 208; Shirley Gavlor, 204; Marilyn Swiler, 209-524; Dot Nletfeldt, 527; Marge Propp, 527; Lee Tilllnghaust, 526. Junior Boy's 200 Games, 525 Series At Plaza — James McLaughlin, 221; Dennis Koch, 525; Rex Libo, 530. At Parkway — Mike Turner, 201-203. At Northeast — Scott Sylvester, 500; Greg Thurber, 528; Steve .Markwardt, 503. Will Ohio State, Irish Be 1-lA? NBA Milwaukee 112, Cleveland 85 Los Angeles 135, San Francisco 116 ABA Virginia 129, Carolina 114 Memphis 120, Miami 118 Pittsburgh 124, New York 123 NHL Montreal 2, Philadelphia 1 Vancouver 5, Toronto 3 Boston 7, Detroit 3 Chicago 5, Oakland 1 -Midgel Football Class B Elks 10, Leon's 0 Execs 14, Fire Dept. 0 Lincoln Welding 6, Security Mutual 6 (tie) ' Roberts 6, Police 0 By Associated Press If Ohio State is No. 1 in the college football world, then Notre Dame must be No. 1-A. At least that’s the opinion of Duffy Daughterly, whose Michigan State team bowed to top-ranked Ohio State 29-0 Saturday—the same score by which they lost the previous week to third-ranked Notre Dame. “Notre Dame and Ohio State obviously are even,” Daugherty said after Saturday’s game. “They beat us by the same score. I thought Woody Hayes would go for two points after the last touchdown. I’ll just have to consider them No. 1 and 1- A.” “That’s equal, I guess,” admitted Hayes, the Ohio State coach, adding: “We weren’t pushing hard for our last touchdown just to match the Notre Dame score. I wouldn’t quit on anybody unless we’re up by at leasi 28 points. You don’t quit on your own brother unless you’re up by at least that much.” That final touchdown, his second of the game, came on a 25-yard run by John Brockington with less than five minutes left. Ron Maciejowski also scored twice for the Buckeyes, who led only 9-0 at the half. Notre Dame, meanwhile, rolled to a 51-10 victory over Army, highest point total since the rivalry began in 1913. Joe Thiesmann passed for 277 yards and three touchdowns — two to Tom Gatewood — and scored once himself. Where does all that leave Texas? Second, Just where the Longhorns have been ranked all season. (k)ach Darrell Royal called it “probably your best game of the season,” but it also was a costly one, split end Cotton Speyrer suffering a broken arm. Top 20 Results By Associated Press 1. OWo State, 3-0, beat Michigan State 29-0. ,2. Texas, 4-0, beat Oklahoma 41-9. 3. Notre Dame, 4-0, beat Army 51-10. 4. Southern California, 3-1-1, lost to Stanford 24-14. 5. Mississippi, 4-0, beat Georgia 31-21. 6. Nebraska, 4-0-1, beat Missouri 21-7. 7. Michigan., 4-0, beat Purdue 29.0. 8. Air Force, 5-0, beat Tulane 24-3. 9. Auburn, 4-0, beat Clemson 44-0. 10. Arkansas, 4-1, beat Baylor 41-7. 11. West Virginia, 4-1 lost to Duke 21-13. 12. Stanford, 4-1, beat Southern California 24-14. 13. Georgia Tech, 4-1, lost to Tennessee 17-6. 14. Arizona State, 4-0, beat Washington State 37-30. 15. UCLA, 3-2 lost to Oregon 41-40. 16. Missouri, 3-2, lost to Nebraska 21-7. 17. Colorado, 3-1, beat Iowa State 61-10. 18. North Carolitia. 4-1, lost to South Carolina 35-21. 19. Louisiana State, 3-1 beat Pacific 34-0. 20. Tennessee, 3-1 beat Georgia Tech 176. BRAJSriD TIRE CENTERS Efe BRAK RE on • Install new brake shoes all four wheels. ► Inspect wheel cylinders. ► Inspect master cylinder. » Inspect brake hose lines. ► Restore brake fluid. * Adjust brakes to full drum contact. TIJES-WED. OINLY 7.77 Fords, Chevrolets and American compacts. All other cars low priced too. ‘Self adjusters 4.00 more. Does not include disc brakes.

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