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14 Lincoln Evening Journal & Nebraska State Journal Monday, Oct. 26, 1970«~PAi. Kaiser Vikines Maintain Defensive Strength May Be Wrong By Don Forsytiw Journal Sports Editor To Still New Passing Punch Bolsters Dana i Nebraska’s kickoff defense team got a lot of work last week after Kansas’ Vince O’Neil broke a 96-yard return for a touchdown against the Cornhuskers. And there’ll be a lot more work in store for the Cornhuskers in that department this week after Oklahoma State’s Dick Graham raced 98 yards with Nebraska’s first kickoff Saturday. But the Cornhuskers finished the Oklahoma State game a lot better than they started it. Paul Rogers kicked off to the Cowboys 11 times and in 9 of the 11 cases Oklahoma Slate put the ball in play inside its own 22 yard line. The best kickoff defense is a kick which sails deep into the end zone and Rogers started doing this with some regularity Saturday. Seven of his 11 kicks sailed over the Oklahoma State goal and the Cowboys chose not to attempt a return on five occasions. That’s the sort of thing which will come in to Nebraska’s advantage this week in Colorado if Rogers can keep the Buffs’ swift Clifford Branch from getting a return under way. Errorless Gaines Boost Huskers A few weeks back there didn’t seem to be much difference between Nebraska and Colorado, but as the two teams prepare for Saturday’s regionally televised contest the Cornhuskers are 3-0 and Colorado 1-3 in Big Eight play. The apparent difference is that the Cornhuskers have been plying with fewer mistakes. For the second week in a row Saturday Nebraska did not give up the ball by fumbling or having a pass intercepted. Colorado, on the other hand, turned the ball over to Oklahoma seven times in its 23-15 loss to the Sooners two weeks ago. That’s the difference between winning and losing. The difference between a loss and a tie at Kansas State was a missed extra point. The Buffs, now 3-3 overall, are in about the same spot as a year ago. After losing to Nebraska last year Colorado won its last three games and earned a bid to play in the Liberty Bowl. For the most part, the Colorado team is the same one which demolished Alabama in the Liberty Bowl a year ago. In whipping Iowa State, 61-10, the Buffs proved they have great potential when they get everything put together. They’re perhaps the best 1-3 team the league has ever seen. Let’s Hear It for Van, Jerry They’re still doing a lot of talking about the “year of the quarterback’’ in college football, but not too much of it has been done about Van Brownson and Jerry Tagge. Kansas defensive back Dick Hertel observed last week that he hadn’t heard much about Van Brownson before Van got his first starting call of the season against the Jayhawks. “He looked like a Heisman Trophy winner to me,’’ claimed Hertel after Brownson had a big day against Kansas. For the record, Tagge is hitting at a .614 pace and Brownson .647 in passing attempts. Together they’re 92-147 for 1,264 yards and a .626 completion mark. Just for comparison’s sake, last week’s NCAA statistical report showed the following accuracy readings on some of the highly-touted parsers: Joe Theismann, Notre Dame, .619; Pat Sullivan, Auburn, .567; Leo Hart, Duke, .582; Jim Plunkett, Stanford, .540; Bob Parker, Air Force, .534; Archie Manning, Mississippi, .525; John Reaves, Florida, .517; Sonny Sixkiller, Washington, .520; Dennis Dummit, UCLA, .500; Joe Spagnola, Arizona State, .511, and Lynn Dickey, Kansas State, .486. How about half a vote for Van and half a vote for Jerry when it comes time to fill out the Heisman Trophy ballot? Napa, Calif. (J’) - “I never gave up on myself,’’ Ken Still said. “I struggled and fought and had troubles, but I never gave up on myself.’’ He was talking about the season-long slump that has plagued h i m, but the ir- repressable Still could have been talking about the long, 37- hole windup that brought him the $30,000 first prize in the Kaiser International golf tournament Sunday. Still, a 35-year-old bachelor who came into his owu last season with his first two tour victories and a spot on the Ryder Cup team, had to whip tough Lee Trevino and Bert Yancey on the first extra hole of a sudden death playoff. x-Ken Still, ............$30,000 66-69-71-72—278 Lee Trevino, ...........$13,875 69-68-70-71—278 Bert Yancey, .........013,875 68-71-69-70-278 Jack Montgomery, $6,200 65-72-71-71—279 Dave Hill, .............$6,200 68-69-72-70-279 Jerry Heard ..............6,200 69-73-70-67—279 Gene Littler, ...........$4,425 70-72-71-67—280 Tommy Aaron, .......$4,425 70-72-70-68—280 Phil Rodgers, ....... 4,425 72-69-67-72-280 Don January, .........$3,450 72-70-68-72—282 Steve Reid, ............$3,450 74-70-66-72-282 Bruce Crampton $3,450 71-70-72-69—282 Tom Shaw,................$2,700 68-73-76-66—283 Bob Lunn, ..............$2,700 69-68-72-74-283 Al Geiberger, ....... 2,700 71-71-71-70—283 Bobby Greenwood, $2,025 69-70-72-73—284 Mason Rudolph, , . $2,025 67-70-73-74-284 John Schroeder .. $2,025 69-70-70-75—284 Howie Johnson, .... $2,025 69-75-68-72—284 Ted Hayes, ............$2,025 71-72-71-70—284 Bob Stone ............. $2,025 72-71-72-69-284 Grier Jones, .......... $1,134 74-70-70-71—285 Lee Elder, .............$1,134 71-72-67-75-285 Charles Sifford, .. 1,134 71-71-69-74-285 Terry Dill, ............ $1,134 72-73-71-69-285 Dick Lotz, ...............1,134 69-70-75-71-285 Mike Hill, ...............1,134 70-72-71-72-285 J.C. Snead, ..............1,134 68-72-72-73-285 Lincoln Pointer Emerald Winner Emerald — Rip, an English Pointer owned by E. Elliott of Lincoln, won the open all-age division here Sunday in the Iri-sh Setter Club of Nebraska Fun Field Trial. Baron, an English Setter owned by Omaha’s Tom Ryzdak, won two divisions; puppy, 10-15 months, and derby. Patches, an English Pointer owned by R. LeGrande of Omaha, won the gun dog class. Lincoln Dogs Place in Trial Field Champion Mr. Lucky of Oakhill, a black Labrador owned and handled by John and Pat Van Bloom of Lincoln, took fourth in the open all age and second in the amateur all age at an AKC licensed field trial held by the Kansas City (Mo.) Retriever Club Sunday. The Van Bloom’s Pocatello Chief, another black Lab, won the judges award of merit in the derby stake at the same trial. Both dogs are trained by John Honoré of Grand Island. By STEVE GUSS Dana College had been a predictable football team in its first five games this fall. If you slopped the Vikings running attack, you stopped the Vikings. Opponents did it five times. Grant Walls’ club doesn’t move the ball much through the air ... until Saturday night when that five-game losing streak was halted with a 19-0 triumph over Midland. “We only average 10-14 passes a game. But we throw 22 Saturday and completed 10, the first time in a long time we’ve had better than 40 per cent success,’’ noted Walls. Dana had 95 yards through the air against the Warriors and the usual high yardage total of 191 on the ground. “Our ground game has always been solid, but people have been playing us for that. We have no great explosive scoring potential. We need one Pro Basketball or two TDs, then play defense/’ says Grant. Walls admitted his team couldn’t afford mistakes with that type of gauie plan. The Vikings haven’t made many, losing to Westmar, 7-0, MAC leader Concordia, 9-6 and rugged Hastings, 28-14. “We’ve been in practically all of our games. A lot of the scoring in the first two (a 28-8 lost to NWU and a 20-8 defeat by Tri-State pacesetter Northwestern) was set up by us with mistakes,’’ says Walls. “I knew our defense could play with anybody, but we’re not like Hastings, down two touchdowns and come back with a passing game,” he adds. One of the things that has hindered Dana is a hobbling thigh muscle injury to senior halfback Greg Hayes. “He’s played only one full and three half games and he w'as our Grant Walls Initiates Passing Game leading scorer and rusher last season,” explained Grant. There have been some bright spots in the backfield, however, many of them underclassmen. Senior fullback Tony Howe (-510, 220) has been aided by sophomores Mike Thompson and Terry Trofholz and freshman Ron Schneider. Thompson and Schneider are homegrown Blair products. Quarterback Kirk McLaughlin, a junior, has been pressed of late by sophomore Mike Brady, who may have the arm Walls needs for an air game. “He came in and threw six passes which led us to our last TD/’ says Grant. Walls also has had good offensive line play from the likes of Southeast grad Phil Tegeler (6-2, 227) John Magnuson (6-2, 218) and Rick Nash (5-11, 209). Dana has had three touchdowns called back this year, one that could possibly have put the Vikings in the Westmar game, and another against Midland. If Saturday’s shutout is any indication. Walls’ eleven could get tougher in closing out the campaign against Sioux Falls, Yankton and Doane. NBA Eastern Conference Atlantic Division Won Lost Pet. Vets, Rockets Getting Along Withont High Priced Stars GB .712 .712 .429 .250 .667 .250 .000 .000 New York .............. 5 2 Philadelphia .......... 5 2 Boston .................... 3 4 Buffalo T 3 Central Division 4 2 ...............1 3 ...............0 5 0 7 Western Conference Midwest Division 7 0 3 1 3 2 3 3 Pacific Division Seattle 7 0 San Fraixisco — 3 3 Los Angeles 3 3 San Diego ............ 4 4 Portland ........ 2 4 New York 115, Pittsburg 98 Los Angeles 123, Cleveland 96 Milwaukee 126, Seattle 107 Phoenix 117, San Diego 98 ABA East Division Baltimore Atlanta Cncinnati Cleveland Detroit Milwaukee Chicago Phoenix . 2 2Vi 2 3'j 4',i 1.000 .750 .600 .500 1.000 .500 .500 .500 .333 212 3 3Va 1’2 112 Won Lost Per. GB Virginia .... ..... 5 01.000 _ Florida , . . 4 2 .667 IVj New York .. ............ 43 .5712 Kentucky ... ............ 3 4.4293 Pittsburgh ............ 2 5 .2864 Carolina ___........ 0 5.000 5 West Division Utah ........ 3 0 1.000 ’2 Indiana ................. 6 2 .750 — Memphis ., .......... 1 2.333 2'.2 Denver . . . . 2 4.333 3 Texas .......... ........ 0 3.000 3'/i Chicago 131 , Port'and116 Denver 122,Indianapolis 116 (overtime) TOP BOWLERS By Associated Press Rick Barry and Spencer Haywood, a pair of high priced figures, were on the shelf with injuries. . . and while it didn’t help, it didn’t hurt either. The New York Nets and Denver Rockets found other rich veins to tai>—Sonny Dove and Byron Beck. Dove tapped in 30 points to lead the Nets to a 115-98 victory over Pittsburgh and Beck had a career-high 31 to fire the Rockets to a 122-116 overtime victory over Indianapolis in the American Basketball Association Sunday night. Barry is out with a right foot reinJured in last Friday night’s game with Carolina, only start of the season for the Nets’ star. And Haywood is sidelined with a finger injury while holding out for a multi-million dollar contract. In the National Basketball Association Sunday, Milwaukee downed Seattle 127-107; Phoenix ripped San Diego 126-107; Chicago bullied Portland 131-116 and Los Angeles spanked Cleveland 123-96. In games Saturday night in the ABA, Utah tripped Indiana 124-118; Kentucky bounced Pittsburgh 138-120 and Virginia tripped Memphis 108-102. In the NBA Milwaukee took Baltimore 122120 in two overtimes; New York beat Cincinnati 115-103; Boston stopped Atlanta 113-109; San Diego clipped Philadelphia 116-111 and San Francisco defeated Portland 118-115. Bill Melchionni drove in for a layup at the 3:52 mark of the first period to give the Nets a 15-13 lead and they never looked back in their runaway victory Sunday night. Melchionni added 29 points to Dove’s game- high 30. Beck sank two field goals and two free throws in the final seconds to give Denver its overtime victory over the Pacers. Beck added 21 rebounds to his 31 points. Lew Alcindor destroyed Seattle with a 37- point performance and Bob Dandridge added 24. Dick Snyder paced the Sonics with 24. Phoenix pulled away from a two-point lead after three quarters and beat San Diego with ease. Tempers flared during the fourth stanza, featuring a brief scuffle between the Suns’ Paul Silas and the Rockets’ Rudy Tomjanovich. No fouls were called and both players were allowed to continue. Chicago, outshot from the floor, hit 43 of 53 free throws to defeat Portland. Seven Bull players scored in double figures, with Bob Love leading the way with' 30 points. 182 Dot Lee . I Pro Football Summaries I Falcons Orleans Saints 14 New Orleans ..................0 0 7 7—14 Atlanta .................................3 6 10 13-32 Atl — FG Vinyard 16 Atl — Wages 1 run (kick blocked) NO — Abramowicz 30 pass from Hargett (Dempsey kick) Atl — FG Vinyard 49 Atl — McCauley 77 punt return (Vinyard kick) Atl — Snyder 20 pass from Berry (kick blocked) NO — Burrough 10 pass from Kilmer (Dempsey kick) Atl — Marshall recovered fumble In end zone (Vinyard kick) A — 58,850 Statistics Saints Falcons First downs ........................ 12 20 Rushing Yardage .............. 96 125 Passing Yardage .......... 176 147 Return Yardage .......... 14 96 Passes ...................................15-28-1 16-22-1 Punts .................................... 4-42 3-38 Fumbles lost ................... 12 ] Yards penalized ............. 89 46 Browns 28, Dolphins 0 Cleveland ...........................0)4 7 2—28 Miami 0 0 0 0-~ 0 Cle — Scott 13 pass from Nelson (Cockroft kick) Cle — Lindsey 56 pass Interception (Cockroft kick) Cle — Collins 21 pass from Nelsen (Cockroft kick) . Cle — Minniear 1 run (Cockroft kick) A — 75,313 Statist!''s Browns Dolphins Return yardage .................... 163 114 Return yardage .................... 18 193 Passes . ................................13-27-3 9-20-0 Punts .................................... 4-37 4-38 Fumbles lost ........................ 2 3 Yards penalized ................... 35 46 Cowboys 27, Chiefs 16 Dallas ................................ 3 10 14 0-27 Kansas City ....... 7 3 0 6—16 KC—Podolak 5 run (Stenerud kick) Dal—FG Clark 38. Dal—FG Clark 34. Dal—Thomas 1 run (Clark kick) KC-FG Stenerud 25. Dal—Thomas 47 run (Clark kick) Dal—Haves 89 pass from Morton (Clark kick) KC—FG Stenerud 32. KC—FG Stenerud 22. A-51,158. Statistics Cowboys Chiefs First Downs ........................ 15 12 Rushing yardage ............... 195 53 Passing yardage ................. ’32 183 Return yardage .................. 61 ,,J41 Passes ......................... 7-15-0 17-38-2 Punts ................................ 7-45 6-47 Fumbles Lost .................... ’ 1 Yards penalized .................... 1)9 67 Statistics Cardinals Giants Fiest downs ......................... 19 19 Rushing yardage .................. 126 93 Passing yardage ................. 203 258 Return yardage .................. 1 60 Passes ..................................15-40-2 16-19-0 Punts .. .............................. 4-41 3-34 Fumbles lost ........................ 0 1 Yards penalized .................. 7 20 49ers 19, Broncos 14 kick) LIske Brodi# Bills 10, Jets 6 Buffalo .............................. 0 3 0 New York ........................... 0 0 6 Buf—FG Guthrie 9 NY—FG Turner 29 NY—FG Turner 33 Buf—Patrick 3 run (Guthrie kick) A—62,712 Statistics 7-10 0 — 6 First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Reutrn yardage Passes 21 87 252 95 23-29-1 Punts ................................... 4-42 Fumbles lost ........................ 2 Yards penalized ................... 5 8 119 42 85 7-20-3 7-45 0 44 0- 3 7-27 Colts 27, Patriots 3 Boston .......................................0 3 Baltimore ............................3 '4 Balt — FG D'Brien 12 Bost — FG Gogolak 15 Balt — Maitland 5 pass from Unltas (D'Brien kick) Balt — Jefferson 15 pass from Unitas (D'Brien kick) Balt — FG D'Brien 48 Balt — Drr 26 pass from Unitas (D'Brien kick) A — 60,240. Statistics Patriots Colts First downs ........................... 12 14 Rushing yardage ................. 45 lOl P,„ln, .........»J Return yardage ...................... 4-27 10-103 Punts ..................................... 5-41 5-44 Fumbles lost ........................ 0 1 Yards penalized .......... 97 119 Redskins 20, BengalsO Cincinnati ............................... 0 0 0 (3-0 Washington ............................10 0 7 3—20 Wash—Taylor 10 pass from Jurgenson (Knight kick) Wash—FG Knight 10. Wash—Taylor 31 pass from Jurgenson (Knight kick) Wash—FG Knight 30, A-50,415. Statistics > Bengals Redskins First downs ............... Rushing yardage .... Passing yardage ....... Return yardage ....... Passes ........................ First downs ......... Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage .. Passes Punts ................... Fumbles Lost Yards penalized Bills Jets 10 89 86 104 33 21 .10-24-2 7-16-1 6-41 8-45 0 1 97 68 Lions 16, Bears 10 Detroit .................................. 0 3 3 10—16 Chicago .................... 7 0 0 3—10 Chi — Gordon 53 pass from Concannon (Percival kick) Det — FG Mann 43 Det — FG Mann 49 Det — McCullouch 17 pass from Munson (Mann kick) Chi — FG Percival 11 Det - FG Mann 31 Statistics Lions Beers 10 75 235 33 5-40 5-40 1 49ers. Denver 7 7 0 0—14 San Francisco 3 310 3— 19 SF—FG Gossett 16 Den—Little 80 run (Howfield SF—FG Gossett 20 Den—Crenshaw 10 pass from (Howfield kick) SF—Isenbarger 61 pass from (Gossett kick) SF—FG Gossett 25 SF—FG Gossett 13 A-39,515 Statistics Broncos 49ers First downs 15 16 Rushing yardage .......... 162 128 Passing yardage ............ 121 234 Return yardage ....... 40 47 Passes ........ 12-26-3 16-35-0 Punts 8-40.6 7-39.3 Fumbles lost ................. 0 0 Yards penalized ........ 50 87 Oilers 31, Chargers 31 (tie) Housfin 0 17 14 0—31 San Deigo 0 14 7 10-31 HOU—Richardson 2 run (Gerela kick) SD—R. Smith 4 run (Mercer kick) HDU—Rhome 8 run (Gerela kick) SD—Frazier 3 pass from HadI (Mercer kick) HDU—FG Gerela 18 HOU—Reed 17 pass from Rhome (Gerela kick) HOU—Joiner 46 pass from Rhome (Gerela kick) SD—R. Smith 3 run (Mercer kick) SD—FG Mercer 45 SD—Alworth 80 pass from Domres (Mercer kick) A-41,427. Statistics Oilers Chargers Men's 230 Games, 600 Series At Bowl Mor — Phillip Williamson, 211-201-202—614; At Plaza — Joe Peterson, 617; Bob Wohlers, 234—605; Jack Walentine, 2:4; Bruce Steenson, 234—600; At Parkway — Gary Cerny, 623. Ladies' 200 Games, 525 Series At Northeast — Dorothy Truax, 7.9. At Bowl Mor — Sheila Biggs, all spares. At Parkway — Mary Casey, 210; Nietfeldt, 210; Bert Myers, 528; Tillinqhast, 215—574. At Hollywood — Pauline Towle, 209—531; Jean Kohlman, 216-529; Sam Strouqh, 218—537; Sharen Goodban, 2C9. Junior Boys' 200 Games, 525 Series At Northeast — Greg Thurber, 224-558. At Parkway — Jerry Lufz, 221—553. At Hollywood — Monty Steenson, 247—570; Ron Graff, 209—507. Junior Girls' 185 Games, 500 Seiies At Plaza — Shelley Sawyer, 215—5’3. At Parkway — Sherry Brydl, 181. At Hollywood-Eva Echlike, 19(V-508. Nebraska Rodeo Teain Triumphs The University of Nebraska rodeo team took first place honors this weekend in the National Inter-Collogiate Rodeo Association’s second event of the season in the Great Plains region. John Sennett of Mason City won the all-around cowboy award with a first place in calf roping, and thirds in ribbon roping and buildogging. FOOTBALL By The Associated Press Southwest Alabama 30, Houston Univ 21 Arizona State 42, Texas, El Paso 13 Arkansas 62, Wichita State 0 Baylor 29, Texas A&M 24 Texas 45, Rice 21 Texas Tech 14, South Methodist 10 West Texas State 30, New Mexico St Far West Air Force 35, Boston College 10 Brigham Young 27, Utah State 20 California 45, Washington St 0 Idaho St Univ 30, Wéber State 14 New Mexico 17, Wyoming 7 Dregon 10, Southern Cai 7 San Jose State 48, Pacific Univ 7 Stanford 9, UCLA 7 Utah 24, Arizona 0 Washington 29, Oregon State 20 Stanford Coach Nixes Bowl Talk Los Angeles (J’i — Stanford football coach John Ralston, having led the Indians out of the wilderness, was not prone to discuss the Rose Bowl Monday. And Tommy Prothro of UCLA had cause to ponder the vicissitudes of the game. Winner over UCLA 9-7, and unbeaten in four Pacific-8 Conference games, Ralston said before heading back to Palo Alto: “We’re not thinking about any Rose Bowl yet. We have three more tough conference games in the next four weeks and all our attention is on Oregon State.” Oregon State is next in the Indians’ list Saturday at home. Washington and legendary rival California remain on the conference schedule. The Rose Bowl, regardless of Ralston’s view, is awfully close. Protho has been around college football for many years. The season of 1970 to him is unbelievable—three defeats by a total of six points. There was Texas, 20-17- Oregon, 41-40, and now Stanford by two. There were 83,518 on hand in Memorial Coliseum for Saturday night’s engagement. Few left before it was over. Three Field Goals Decisive Defense was a big thing. Stanford had to settle for three field goals by Steve Horowitz—38, 35 and the come-from-behind, last quarter clincher of 30 yards. iliiiiois, Iowa Yizslas Triumph Raymond—Illinois and Iowa Harold Wingerter of Muscatine, dogs won the two titles here Sunday in the National Vizsla Trial at Branched Oak Reservoir. Brooks Amber Mist, owned and handled by Tony Lucas of Antioch, 111., was judged the country’s top vizsla in the open limited all-age classic. Weedy Creek Lobo, owned by Midget Football Class A Standings Elks . Security Mutual .... Execs .................... Roberts ................. Fire Dept. ............ Leon's Lincoln Welding .. Police Dept. .. Sunday’s W L T 5-0-1 .. 5-1-0 , 4-2-0 4-2-0 3-2-1 2-44) .. 0 - 6-0 0 - 6-0 6 12 0 - 6 la., and handled by Hank Rozanek of Norfolk, was run- nerup in the open limited. Dudley, owned by Wingerter and handled by Rozanek, won the open puppy stakes. An Illinois puppy and two Iowa puppies placed ‘ behind Dudley. Results Fire Dept. 12, Roberts 6 Fire Dept. 0 0 6 Roberts ......................... 6 0 0 Fire Dept.—Wurdeman, 3 run; Sobolik, 19 pass from Wurdeman. Roberts — Svoboda, 3 pass from Rieqert. Security Mutual 13, Leon’s 6 Security ........................ .. 7 0 0 6-13 Leon's 0 6 0 0 6 Security — Large (2), 47 pass from S Hegr, 1 run. PAT — Hiskctt, kick. Leon's—Krause, 62 pass interception. Execs 40, Police Dept. 0 Execs ........................ 16 6 8 14- 40 Police .............................. 0 0 0 0—0 Execs — Turner, 75 pass from Thompson; Thiessen, 37-pass from Thompson; Hamann, 1 run; Fosnaugh, 7 run; Breedan, 3 run; Joekel,'3 run; PAT — Breedan, run Fosnaugh, run; Woodruff, run. Elks 40, Lincoln Welding 0 Elks ................... ................ 14 6 7 13-40 Lincoln Welding .............. 0 0 0 (F-0 Elks—Stodgell (2) 37 pass Interception, 40 pass from Cass; Larson, 4 pass from Cass; Votava, 60 pass from Cass; Neil (2) 36 pass from Cass, 2 run; PAT — Cass (3) 2 (kicks), 1 (run). Class B Lincoln Welding 18, Elks 0 Roberts 20, Fire Dept. 0 Security Mutual 8, Leon's 0 Execs 14, Police Dept. 0 Class C Execs 27, Police Dept. 0 Elks 32, Lincoln Welding 6 Fire Dept. 12, Roberts 7 Leon's 6, Security Mutual 6 The Standings NIAC 1 Conference All Games W L T Pet. W L T Pet. . Concordia ............4 0 0 1.000 5 1 0 . 833 t NWU ..................2 0 0 1.000 6 1 0 .857 < Hastings .......... 3 1 0 .750 5 1 0 . 83? ; Doane ............... 1 2 0 -333 4 3 0 .571 ; Dana ..........1 30 .250 li 5 0 ,167 Midland ............ 0 5 0 .000 1 6 0 .143 NCC Conference All Games ; W L T Pcf. W L T Pet. Wavne ................. 2 0 0 1.000 5 1 0 .833 . ICearnev ............ 2 1 0 .667 5 2 0 . 714 Chldron ............■12 0 .333 5 3 0 .571 Pefu ..................0 2 0 .000 2 5 0 .286 I Other Schools W LT Pcf. Hiram Scott ......................... 3 2 ’ .6M Omaha .................. ,.........3 4 0 .429 ' Junior Colleges W LT Pet. McCook .................................... 5 2 0 .7U Falrbury ..................................® Last Week s Results Nebraska Wesleyan 14, William Jewell 7; Chadron 53, Peru 7; Concordia 55, Sioux Falls 12; Dana 19, Midland 0; Hastings 12, Doane 7; Wayne 24, Kearney 0; Mankato State 21, Hiram Scott 13; Dmaha 21, Fort Hays 19; Northeastern, Dkla. 41, Falrbury JC 6; McCook JC 16, Pratt, Kan. 0. This Week’s Games Saturday Peru at Wayne; Westmar at Concordia; Dana at Sioux Falls; Doane at Nebraska Wesleyan; Mayville, N.D. at Chadron; Hiram Scott at Dickinson, N D ; Kearney at Missouri Western; Emporia State at Dmaha; Hastings at Dakota Wesleyan; Midland at Yankton; McCook JC at New Mexico Military; Cotfevville, Kan. at Falrbury JC. Anglers Enjoying Success A few die-hard anglers are still scouring the state’s waters for fish, and many are being rewarded with Master Angier- size iunkers. Latest fishermen to win the Game Commission’s prized citation include: Rainbow trout — Darryl Rushing, Omaha, 6 pounds, 11 ouiKes; Dr. D. Johnson, Kearney. 6 pounds, 4 ounces, Al Van Borkum, Jr., Brule, 6 pounds, 2’/j ounces; Mrs. Harold Wilcox, Oconto, 6 pounds, 1 ounce; Eunice Folton, Lincoln, 5 pounds, 13 ouncei, Ken Priesner, Ogallala, 5 pounds, 11 ounces; Norman Schleichardt, Grand Island, 5 pounds, 6 ounces; Stan Mallory, Grand Island, 5 pounds, 4 ounces; Wayne Peter, Goodland, Kan., 5 pounds, 4 ounces; Lowell Lewis, Denver, Colo., 5 pounds, 4 ounces; Mae Miller, Lincoln, 5 pounds, and Norman Hoveling, Lincoln, 5 pounds, all from Lake McConaughy, Perch — Bill Leigh, Ulysses, 1 pound, 5 ounces, and 1 pound, 2 ounces; Carl Graber, Norfolk, 1 pound, 3 ounces, and Jay Peterson, Lewellen, 1 pound, 1 ounce, all from Lake McConaughy; Madeline Stone, Oberlin, Kan., 1 pound, 5 ounces. Red Willow Reservoir. Walleye Mrs Frank Delsaver, Broken Bow, 12 pounds, 7 ounces; Monte Samuelsoii, Lemoyrse, V pounds 1 ou.«.e and Russell Brown, North Platte. 8 pounds, 15 ounces, all from Lake McConaughy, and Vern G 11 I m i n g . Kearney, 9 pounds, 2 ounces, Harlan County Reservoir. White bass — Eunice Fulton, Lincoln, 3 pounds; Wayne Peter, Goodland, Kan., 2 pounds, 13 ounces, and Dale Marke), Lincoln, 2 pounds, 8 ounces, all from Lake McConaughy. Coho salmon — Vance Embry, Grand Island. 3 pounds, 3 ounces. Lake McConauhy. Northern pike — Corf Dewing, Valentine, 10 pounds, pond in Cherry County. Rock bass — Kenneth Samuels, Chappell, 1 pound, 11 ounces. Lake McCon- auqhy. Striped bass Barrtey Akens. Kendall, Kan., 4 pounds, 11 ounces and 4 pounds, 10 ounces, Lake McConaughy. Mnstaniis Lose To Texarkana Texarkana, Tex. .i’* --The Omaha Mustangs were whitewashed by the aerial arm of Tommy Boutwell as Texarkana won a Continental Football League game, 21-0, Saturday night. Boutwell, the loop’s Itwding passer, tossed three touclidow’n passes to Ken Liberto. Boutwell passed 50 yards to Liberto in the second quarter and added scoring tosses of 4.3 and 46 yards in the third period. (He) NHL Chicago 4, Buffalo 0 VarKOUver 1, Pittsburgh 1 Boston 4 Philadelphia 3 New York 2, California 2 ftie) Detroit 3, Montreal 3 (tie) CHL Omaha 6, Tulsa 3 (Saturday) Wednesday l*rep Football — Waverly Wahoo, 7:.30 p.m. (KFOR). V. TIRES 30 % OH Goodyear Poiyglas Check Your Tire Size Get Oui Prict GATES Automotive Service 836 So 27 432-2118 First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts ............ Fumbles lost Yards penalized 25 . :85 263 97 21-36-0 , 3-44 3 .. 94 16 76 157 79 8 - 22-2 7-44 0 63 First downs ........... 13 Rushing yardage .................... 108 Passing yardage .................... 79 Return yardage ...................... 47 Passes .......................................11-23-0 Punts ........................................ 8-42 Fumbles Lost ......................... 1 20 ,. 120125 101 112 0 32 .11-28-113-24-0 6-39 5-50 1 47 Giants 35, Cardinals 17 St. Louis ......................... 3 7 0 7—17 New York ............................14 7 0 14—35 NY _ Thomas 3 pass from Tarkenton (Gogolak kick) StL — FG Bakken 25 NY — Tucker 41 pass from Tarkefnton (Gogolak kick NY — McNeil 13 pass from Tarkenton (Gogolak kick) StL — Lane 1 run (Bakken kick) NY — Tucker 41 pass from Tarkenton (Gogolak kick) StL — Williams 34 pass from Hart (Bakken kick) NY — Herrmann 6 pass from Tarkenton (Gogolak kick) A — 62,984. Raiders 31, Steelers 14 Pittsburgh .. ............ 0 7 7 0-14 Dakland 7 17 8 0-31 Dak—Chester 37 pass from Lamonica (Blanda kick) Pitt-Pearson 2 run (Mingo kick) Dak—Wells 44 pass from Blanda (Blanda kick) Dak—FG Blands 27 Dak—Chester )9 pass from Blanda (Blanda kick) Pitt—Hughes 12 pass from Bradshaw (Mingo kick) Dak—Chester 43 pass from Blanda (Blanda kick) StaUstlct Steelers Raiders First downs .................. 24 IS Rushing yardage ’28 162 - Passing yardage .......... 138 184 Return yardage .......... 42 5' Passes ...................... 15-37-4 10-17--1 Punts 6-47 4-38 Fumbles lost ................. i ,1 Yards penalized ............ 10« 131 Fumbles lost ............ Yards penalized ....... Packers 30, Eagles 17 Philadelphia .......................3 7 7 0—17 Green Bay ...............................10 14 3 3-30 Phil—FG Moseley 15 GB—Hart 76 pass Interception (Livingston kick) GB—FG Livingston 22 GB—Anderson 3 run (Livingston kick) PHIL—Hawkins 65 pass from Snead (Moseley kick) GB—McGeorge 16 pass from Starr (Livingston kick) GB—FG Livingston 32 Phil—Pinder 1 run (Moseley kick) GB—FG Livingston 25 A-48,022 Statistics Eagles Packers First downs .......................... IS 15 Rushing yardage ................. 148 127 Passing yardage ................... 163 114 i / rr T WIN Atokad racesjgj^^ SEPT. 30 31 TWO EXACTAS DAILY isi ijseo isi qsen isiMsep isi gsep Tuesday through Saturday — and Monday, Oct 26th Only. Ladies Day every Thursday. Glass enclosed grandstand — heated in chilly weather. South Sioux City, Ne* braska. 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