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SCOTTSBLU (NEBRASKA) DAILY STAR HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3 1968 SIX I ootball Scores Northern Arizona Runs Past 9 Hiram Scott for 37 to 7 Win Davidson Ji Pope Western Maryland 7 Two more touchdowns in the rf: Iowa MIS 38 (Mo) 28 Davis (45) Nebraska Alert Huskers Win 24 to 13 With Good 2nd Half Defense i Val Pa I on i 370 Harris com 38 Wyoming Brands procedure pen 6 CSU Rams 46 14 ORT COLLINS Colo (AP) Joe Williams scored on a 29 19 6 Maxwell pass from Synakows from Jacobson pass Montiel from tha I his OR SALE EVEN BABIES MUST BE CHANGED! Woodmen PHILLIP HORT OR VOTE COUNTY COMMISSIONER Accident and Life Co' 22 17th Ph 632 8373 Scottsbluff Scottsbluff Gering Highway 4 LAYLA was and I touchdown Keyes a 13 yard scoring and few scoring Rogers his next effort State 28 It was Liggett fumble as but by the record i 20 17 7 0 from and half two 7 this season We were playing the 10th team in the nation defen he said "Sure we had some erratic moments but we moved the ball pretty Devaney singled out his full back Dick Davis who did not start but ran for 87 yards in 16 carries Devaney also liked Iowa State quarterback John Warder thought they ran the op tion well and Warder is a heck of a Is a 6 Dale Carrell 1713 Ave Scottsbluff Ncbr 632 8245 CAMBRIDGE Mass (AP) Harvard stunned Pennsylvania with three first period touch downs and rolled to an easy 28 6 football victory Saturday that knocked the surprising Quakers out of a tie for the Ivy I eague lead Harvard and Penn had unex pected 5 0 records but the Crim son quickly settled mutters and became only the second Har vard learn in 37 years to win its first six games Vols' Offense Is UCLA Killer 42 18 pass 20 rank klaagar 632 8262 Manager Western Nrbr Agency Harvard Shows Early Muscle to Win 28 6 uitortfMtiL 1 Red Raiders Crush Rice Owls 38 to 15 aerials grabbed off by team mates Both teams lost 3passes to enemy defenders Thomas was the lead ing ball carrier with 46 yards in 13 carries Jackson had 21 yards in 5 totes Jim Dickerson 14 in 9 carries Lew Rawls 10 yards in 6 tries Henry Huber 4 yards in one carry and Kin sey ended up with a grand total of minus 23 yards on 10 carries Whalen had 129 yards in 21 tries to by far lead the winners It was a Day game and the attendance was put at 7200 just 800 short of capacity Coach Dick Beechner of the Scotts felt that a dropped pass by a Hiram Scott receiver just before halftime was a turning point as was a holding penalty which aided the Lumberjacks in their first touchdown drive Northern Arizona 7 15 6 15 37 fullback drives over center for Husk State game at Ames la Saturday (AP Photofax) LINCOLN (AP) The pheas ant and quail season opened in much of the state Saturday with plenty of gunners in spite of rain and cold Three Catholic priests The Revs Norbert Rooney and James Murphy of Alliance and Ted Nekoliczak of Bridgeport each took the limit of ringnecks during the opening hours Not all portions of the state offered equal success I Gamce Commission conserva tion officers and reports from voluntary check stations gave this roundup: Panhandle: Number of hunt ers down fro mlast year but sue cess good in some sections in cluding the northern portion One check station showed 22 hunters taking limits including Mr and Mrs Householder of Alliance who scored limits on both grouse and pheasants Throughout the district hunt ers averaged about one to two birds per man with one hour re quired for each bird Southwest: Light rains throughout the day kept success and activity down But pheas ants seemed to be spotty Quail are generally abundant and The record for extra points missed in one National ootball League game is four It happen ed to Joe Aguirre against Philadelphia in a 1944 game mg a 21 tirst nair neorasKa amassed 237 yards most of it on the running of halfback Joe a 37 7 halftime lead and went on to rout Colorado State Universi ty 46 14 Saturday The decision raised the Cow Western Athletic Confer ence record to 5 0 The Rams stunned Wyoming in the opening moments by in tercepting a Wyoming pass and scoring five plays later Jerry Shearer intercepted quarterback Skip pass on the 37 Quarterback Chip Maxwell fired the 14 yard scoring strike to Terry Swarn However the Cowboys with fullback Dave Hampton scoring three touchdowns on runs of 15 and 56 yards and an 18 yard pass quickly took over AMES Iowa (AP) Alert Ne braska choked off Iowa second half offense and rode Ernie passing to a 24 13 Big Eight Conference football triumph here Saturday The tough Cornhuskers stung by Jeff 35 yard touch down run late in the second quarter sailed 78 yards in a minute and 11 seconds to score their final touchdown 1:28 be fore the half Sigler completed six straight passes in a decisive drive hit two more in the second before missing his next targets Aided by a 19 yard pass inter ference penalty and John Ward resourceful quarterbacking Iowa State marched 55 yards for the games final touchdown with 3:46 left AMES (AP) Coach Bob De vaney was not all smiles Sat urday despite 24 13 victory over fired up Iowa State in Ames is the poorest job our defense has done against rush ing all Devaney said The Cyclones ran for 182 yards on the ground Devaney very pleased the officiating either He seen walking off the field the officials and a jovial mood was upset with the he said adding: all I want Cyclone jors said in some big plays One was a 44 yard pass inter ference call against Cyclone de fensive back Tom Elliott Ma jors said did a lot of good things today But we get enough points on the score board looked more like a foot ball team today than anytime Princeton Cops 50 7 7 PROVIDENCE RL (AP) Tailback Brian McCullough scored four touchdowns Satur day as Princeton crushed Brown 50 7 in an Ivy League football game with was with than RESTAURANT in excellnt location in thriving Scotts Bluff County town Has Excellent Trade and Is Ready to Go Selling for Health Reasons and at a Reasonable Price Bob Unzicker 5th St Gering Nebr 632 8373 there even a remote chance disability could happen to YOU? do you believe these things hap pen only to OTHER people? If so we wish you luck If not our health protection could come in very handy 1934 Williams and Keyes each scored one also threw pass to Bob Dillingham Illinois 3 8 0 6 17 Purdue 7 21 0 KNOXVILLE Tenn (AP) With an awesome display of of fensive power fifth ranked Tennessee riddled sec ondary with passes and rolled to a 42 18 victory in an intersec tional football game An overflow crowd of 64078 largest ever to see an athletic event in Tennessee watched the Volunteers explode for three touchdowns in a wild third quar ter and pile up 35 points before UCLA scored The Bruins scored two touch downs in the third quarter fleet Mickey Cureton returning a Tennessee kickoff 99 yards for one and quarterback Jim Nader hitting end Ron Copeland with a 41 yard TD pass for the second third touchdown came in the fourth period on a five yard run by quarterback Bill Bolden Tennessee set four records in marching to its fifth victory aft er battling Georgia to a 17 17 tie in the season opener The Vols made 32 first downs eclipsing the old mark of 28 set against Wofford in 1952 Other new marks were: Most pass at tempts 40 most passes com pleted 24 and most first downs passing 17 Richmond lowers scored two Vol touchdowns on short runs fullback Richard Pickens ran 33 yards for another UCLA 0 0 12 Tennessee 0 14 21 LAAYETTE Ind (AP) Sixth ranked Purdue erupted for 21 points in the second period Saturday then beat down ar oused and winless Illinois for a 35 17 Big Ten football victory before a record Ross Ade Sta dium crowd of 62321 The success was directed by assistant coach Bob DeMoss a former Purdue star quarterback who took over the Boilermaker reins Tuesday when head Coach i Jack Mollenkopf was hospital jzed with a liver ailment Purdue stayed mainly on the ground for the second straight week in rolling to its sixth victo ry against one loss The win I ners now 3 1 in the Big Ten outrushed Illinois 317 yards to 190 and completed two of six passes for 10 net yards All American back Leroy i Keyes and fullback Perry Wil liams both broke the Purdue ca i reer rushing record Williams I Write: Star Herald Box 2888 OR APPOINTMENT Sophomore Willie dived over left tackle for the last six points after Warder skipped eight yards to the two on an option play Nebraska halfback Tom Hel ler broke up try for two extra points on a pass to Paid for By the DISSATISIED REPUBLICANS Luran Summerville chairman ROLLER SKATING RIDAY 7 till 10 SATURDAY 7 till 10Z: SUNDAY 1:30 to 4:30 Call 632 6616 for Party Reservations Penn State Holds Off Army 28 to 24 UNIVERSITY PARK (AP) Penn State withstood a fourth quarter Army rally Sat urday to score a 28 24 football victory before a crowd of 49122 Army outscored Penn State in the final quarter 17 12 but ear lier scores bv the Nittany Lions i and a 53 yard kickoff return for the final score after Army had narrowed the margin to five points clinched it Bob Campbell speedy senior i Penn State halfback who re turned to the Penn State line up after being sidelined with a shoulder separation scored two touchdowns for the winners I against Missouri I Oklahoma State Missouri UN Mentor Isn't All Smiles Despite Triumph Over ISU Garnett Phelps starting at quarterback in place of the in jured Terry McMillan took Missouri to a touchdown on its third possession moving 49 yards in four plays ullback Ron McBride set up the score I with a 35 yard sprint to the OSU 9 and two plays later cracked over from the 2 Three minutes later Phelps fired a 46 yard touchdown pass to split end Mel Gray and Jon Staggers passed 33 yards to Gray for the third Tiger score A break helped put Oklahoma State on the scoreboard at the start of the second half Staggers fumbled after return ing the kickoff to the MU 12 and Bub Deerinwater recovered for the Cowpokes When quarter back Ronnie Johnson circled I right end for the touchdown five plays later it marked the first i time the Cowpokes had scored against Missouri since 1964 I Oklahoma State 0 0 7 7 14 7 HOUSTON Tex (AP) Roger reeman a workhorse Texas Tech halfback led a pow erful running attack Saturday as the Red Raiders crushed the winless Rice Owls 38 15 in a Southwest Conference football game NEBRASKA HIGH SCHOOLS Columbus Scofus 32 Grand Island Cen tral Catholic 13 7 Lincoln High 9 Omaha Wests de 7 Omaha Cathedral 39 Council Blu Iowa St Albert 14 David City Aquinas 26 Omaha Paul 0 NEBRASKA COLLEGES Nebraska 24 lowa State 13 Northern Arizona 37 Hiram Scot! Kearney 52 Chadron 20 airbury JC 24 Norfolk JC 6 i I llelAunrt A uoane ixeurasnw Concordia 21 Northwestern (towa) 1 Westmar 28 Midland 20 Hostings 13 Peru 0 UN Omaha Emporia State 26 Dana 10 Yankton 7 St Cloud (Minn) State 27 Wayne 12 MIDWEST Ohio State 25 Michigan State 20 Kansas 27 Colorado 14 Oklahoma 35 Kansas State 20 Indiana 21 Wisconsin 20 Iowa 35 Minnesota 28 Missouri 42 Stat 7 Michigan 35 Northwestern 0 Muskingum 13 Denison 7 Purdue 35 Illinois 17 Memphis State 32 Tulsa 6 Ohio 34 Western Michigan 27 Monmouth 37 Beloit Wis 14 Xcvler Ohio 27 Dayton 25 Youngstown 18 Southern Illinois 15 Akron 46 Illinois 5iaie North Dakota State 31 Northern 15 Simpson 79 William Penn 6 Central Missouri 28 Northwest lourl 7 Lakeland 72 Northwestern Wis Northland 27 Milton 12 Milllkin 14 Carthage 6 Oshkoph 33 Superior 21 Eau Claire 13 Stout 13 (tie) Whitewater 26 La Crosse 20 River alls 20 Stevens Point 0 Missouri Valley 7 Lea 7 (tie) Kipon 35 Carleton Decauw 30 Rutter 7 Wabash 9 Washington Grinnell 10 Lawrence Wis 8 Dubuq' 33 Buena Vista 20 Central Iowa 18 Luther 0 Wartburg 33 Upner Iowa 13 Western Illinois 30 Central Michigan Wayne State 14 Washington and Jeffer son 6 Bowling Green 54 Marshall 28 Baldwin Wallace 26 Ohio Weslyan 20 Evansville 36 St Joseph's 0 Hamline 34 Concordia Minn 7 Otterbein 40 Heidelberg 21 Kenyon 34 Oberlin 16 William Jewell 40 Washburn 6 Sterling 14 Kansas Weslyan 13 North Park 48 Auqustana III 42 Miami Ohio 21 Toledo 17 Concordia III 41 Iowa Weslyan 14 Missouri Rolla 19 Northeast Missouri 16 Hampton Institute 37 Howard 6 Clark 10 Morehouse 7 23 East Tennessee 20 Lenoir Rhyne 27 Cr mn Neman 26 The Ctadei 28 Maryland State 27 Norfolk State 27 (I el 1 Randolph Macon Emory ond Henry 61 Hampden Sydney 14 Washington end Lee 16 Sewanee 7 Middle Tennessee State 24 Tennessee Marf'n 17 Louisiana Tech 27 Southern Mississippi 20 I vll'e 23 KeM Stefa A' rtin 47 lndlav 20 M'a' det 24 Toweon State 21 Crr'ina 24 13 V'rnlnl Tech 40 lorida State 22 Missis? i 27 State 24 SOUTHWEST North Texos State 55 Cincinnati 34 Tnx Tec 33 Rice 1' Arkansn 25 Texas AAM 22 Texes Christian 47 Be'or 14 Texas 43 Sul Ross 0 Arkansas State 48 Lamar Tech 17 Texas 38 Southern Methodist 7 Ouachita 27 Austin Co'taoe 9 Southeast Louisiana State 7 Trinity Tex 3 xt Texas State 24 Howard Payne 14 Alcorn 53 Arkansas 0 Harding 30 Northwood Institute 6 Henderson State Ark 28 Southeastern 1 Ok'a 27 Western New Mexico 28 Westminster Utah 21 Bishop Tex 7 Langston 0 AR WEST Idaho 50 Weber State 42 Western Washington 21 Eastern Wash 20 Southern California 20 Oregon 13 I 32 PcPc Nev Mexico Highlands 70 Western Col one's 7 Willamette 7 Lewis Clark Creaon Tech 4Q Easlarn Oreoon 14 California 7 Washington 7 (tie) Montana State 29 Monter? 24 Oregon State 29 Stanford 7 Wyoming 46 Colorado State 14 Air orce 28 North Carolina 15 Utah 30 Brigham Young 21 Arizona 28 Washington State 14 Humboldt State 70 Nevada 17 LATE SCORES Chattanoogo 20 Tennessee Tech 6 Elon 35 Western Carolina 30 Appalachian State 47 Wofford 28 Presbyterian 29 Catawba 12 Mississippi College 9 Arkansas 1 NE Louisiana State 20 Southwestern Louisiana 7 Bethany 20 "Barker 0 Missouri Southern 13 St Mary of the Plains 7 Southwestern Kansas 15 Bethel 6 Dickinson 26 Mayville 0 Gustavus Adolphus 42 Augsburg 14 McPherson 7 Ottawa Kan 6 McMurry 21 Southwest Texas State 17 Tarleton 24 Angelo State 10 Arkansas Tech 16 Southern State 9 State College of Arkansas 27 Cameron State 21 Niagara 16 Canisius 14 handed Penney his receiver on six occasions for 84 yards Workhorse Orduna slammed 72 yards on 22 carries for Ne braska a figure outdone by teammate Davis 87 yards 16 attempts Nebraska ended with yards running and passing to Iowa 290 The slippery Allen rushed for 73 yards and Ben King for 41 more on 10 tries but their bined efforts fell short I Nebraska 7 14 0 Iowa 0 7 0 Orduna (2 run) Rogers kick Davis (4 run) Rogers kick ISU Allen (35 run) Skripsky kick Neb (8 pass from Sig ler) Rogers kick Harris (2 run) pass fail ed Neb Rogers 33 THE YARDSTICK Wittenberg 54 Valporaiso 19 Bluffton 13 Ohio Northern 7 Defiance 44 Central State 14 Centre 28 Wilmington 7 Maryville 17 Millsaps 13 Bemidji 63 Bethel Minn 22 Morris 42 Morehead 35 Southwest Minn 20 Ellendale 6 North Dakota 37 Morningside 20 South Dakota State 47 Augustana SD 27 Wooster 40 Hiram 17 Marietta 14 Mt Union 0 John Carroll 22 Bethany WVa 13 Capital 20 Ashland 7 Thiel 40 Adelbert 0 Hanover 34 Taylor 14 Indiana State 20 Bail State 14 Manchester 16 Earlham 7 Anderson 49 ranklin 18 Cornell Iowa 51 St Olaf 27 Coe 43 Knox 14 Graceland 40 Colorado College 14 EAST Slippery Rock 19 Lock Haven 14 Albright 12 Moravian 9 Upsala 39 Lycoming 8 Drexel 35 PMC Colleges 13 ranklin and Marshall 19 Lebanon ley 17 Ithaca 15 Bridgeport 13 Harvard 28 Pennsylvania 6 Penn State 28 Army 24 Syracuse 47 Holy Cross 0 Colgate 27 Lehigh 11 Notre Dame 45 Navy 14 Princeton 50 Brown 7 Columbia 34 Cornell 25 Rutgers 23 Delaware 14 Yale 47 Dartmouth 27 Kings Point 13 Hofstra 9 Union 17 Williams 7 Buffalo 50 Temole 40 East Stroudsburg 47 Delaware State 14 Amherst 42 Tufts 6 Cortland 45 Alfred 28 Bowdoin 41 Bates 14 Boston 33 Connecticut 23 Brockport State 61 Bridgewater State 0 Johns Hopkins 53 carnegie Menon Clarion State 35 Shippenburg 0 Weslyan Conn 10 Hamilton 8 Juniata 40 Susquehanna 0 Middlebury 24 Norwich 24 (tie) New Hampshire 27 Rhode Island 6 Rochester 37 St Lawrence 7 Trenton State 15 Montclair State 7 Capital 20 Ashland 12 Springfield 28 Wagner 7 Delaware Valley 24 Ursinus 5 Wilkes 28 Dickinson 0 West Chester Pa 33 Mansfield 0 Waynesburg 39 Westminister Pa i Edinboro 31 Geneva 7 Allegheny 60 Case Tech 18 Lafayette 37 Gettysburg 0 Muhlenberg 55 Swarthmore 6 Bucknell 42 Maine 21 Indiana Pa 41 California Pa 0 Grove City 32 Hobart 27 SOUTH Lincoln Mo 23 Kentucky State 20 Eastern Kentucky 21 Murray State Wheaton 19 Georgetown Ky 7 Wake orest 38 Maryland 14 Kentucky 35 West Virginia 16 South Carolina 49 Virainia 28 Tennessee 42 UCLA 18 Clemson 24 North Carolina St 1 Houston 10 Georgia 10 (tie) Richmond 35 VMI 0 William Mary 33 Vilfanova 12 Vanderbilt 21 Tulane 7 Tampa 22 Northern Michigan 19 Alabama 20 Mississippi State 13 Duke 46 Georgia Tech 30 Auburn 24 lorida 13 Morris Brown 26 Albany State 8 Louis Ewing 632 6311 Boz 174 Mitchell Nebr Missouri Wins 42 7 Over Oklags COLUMBIA Mo (AP) Mis souri packed three first half touchdowns into a span of five minutes and 18 seconds and went on to batter Oklahoma State 42 7 Saturday and re mained unbeaten in the Big Eight football race The Tigers dominated com pletely before a crowd of 52200 piling up 545 yards in total of fense the highest ever for a Dan Devine coached team Sam Campbell however as the nated most of the final half Cornhuskers eased to their fifth I Warder after riddling the win of the season against two Cornhuskers for 43 yards on op losses tion runs the opening 30 min Roy Snell covered an Iowa utes was checked at a minus State onside kick after the touch two yards rushing the final two down but Mike quarters Wynn blunted the threat with a key tackle of Warder In hammering Iowa State dur Inn 017 fine Kalf NToKracVa "ji rw Richard VOanas 2301 Avt 632 6245 Scottsbluff Nerb The Scotts tied up the game touched the ball before it rolled dirt territory and ter on an 11 yard pass from awarded the Lumberjacks a Ken Kinsey to Ray Thomas The safety drive covered 78 vards and was keyed by a 32 yard run by Rich fourth quarter wrapped up the Jackson Lee Larson oooieu me PAT 1 NA then proceeded to walk awav with the contest ullback Roy Whalen rambled 11 yards on another 58 yard drive and Alec Walker kicked the PAT The score grew even farther apart when Olson passed 7 yards to lanker Bobby Grey to end an 83 yard drive which took 16 plays Whalen tried to run for the 2 pointer but was stopped short The kickoff following this touchdown got by the Lew Rawls who then downed the ball in the end zone but the of ficials ruled that Rawls had ORT COLLINS Colo (AP) Joe Williams scored on a 27 The Wyoming Cowboys took I Yard run an4 DeSarro on a rl nlnnna anrl CnnhnmOTP HUSKER HUSTLES Dick second touchdown in the second quarter of Iowa Nebraska won 24 13 ti agstafE Ariz Northern Arizona Lumberjacks with 9:40 left in the second quar 1 into pay fumbled the ball away 8 times but still managed to crush Hi ram Scott College 37 7 here Sat urday afternoon The victory evens the NA rec ord at 4 4 0 against some jfretty strong oppostion while the Scotts are now 5 2 0 with one game left a home contest against Lin coln University Saturday Hiram Scott had hoped to set a school record Saturday for number of victories during a football season but the powerful Lumberjacks had too much strength for the visitors to han dle Northern Arizona got on the scoreboard first when End Rus ty Tillman caught a 26 yard pass from Mike Olson with 2:48 to go in the opening period to cap a 58 yard drive Sonny Campbell kicked the extra point Hunters Are Plentiful During irst Day for Pheasant Quail one yard plunge and sophomore kicker Bob Jacobs booted a 47 yard field goal before the first half ended In the third quarter the Jerry Montiel fired a 72 yard scoring pass toSwarn Wyoming using nearly the en tire team in the second half scored twice on a 63 yard Ja cobson to Gene Huey pass and a 20 yard field goal by Jacobs The Cowboys now have won 22 games in a series with the Rams dating back to 1899 while CSU has won 32 victory was by the largest margin since a 40 8 con test in 1960 In WAC play CSU is now 1 3 and over all 2 6 while the Cow boys are 6 2 over all Wyoming Colorado State Swam 14 (Buaaee kick) Williams 27 run (kick failed) Hampton 15 run (Jacobs kick) Hampton 56 run (Jacobs kick) DeSarro 1 run (Jacobs kick) Hampton i pass ki (Jacobs kick) Jacobs 47 Huey 63 (kick failed) Sworn 72 (Buggee kick) Jacobs 22547 THE YARDSTICK Wyoming CSU there is plenty of cover as most crops are still in the field Some limits were taken but success and hunting pressure was down from last year Southeast: Although most of the area is closed to pheasant and quail until Nov 9 the open portions showed hunters averag ing about one bird each and prospects improved over last year Cover ranges from mod erate to heavy Deer hunting is open in the Blue and Nemaha units and hunters were scoring well Northeast: Hunting activity is down slightly from last year and gunners averaging one bird each Quail and pheasant both spotty but field conditions were ideal opening day Mixed bags of pheasant quail squirrel cottontail were common but limits were taken Sand Hills: Light rain general much of the day i cover is heavy in most areas Gunners made good use of permits by taking pheasants i grouse and cottontails and tur key hunters were active with good success in early hours I Ringneck success compared I favorably with last year officiat to say about Coach Johnny Ma there were several that resulted Meanwhile safety Dana Ste I phenson hawked pass es and restricted the Cyclone senior to 10 completions and 28 efforts for 108 vards 1 a rl zi rizT 19 rf klr 17 i i triiiijicitti i in i i i Passen4 I Paes for the game in gains to The high stepping Orduna tali 161 wRh tehe sure InwAArt rmt rhA amH i zone in capping a 78 yard drive requiring only the first three minutes and 25 sec onds ullback Dick Davis climaxed a second Nebraska i scoring thrust atter Bob swarmed on a Harris at Iowa 22 The third touchdown Cornhuskers before a Clyde Williams crowd of 29000 was the clincher with split end Tom Penney gathering in an eight yard Sigler pass for the score Sophomore Paul Rogers kick ed a 33 yard field goal for the Cornhuskers with 11 seconds left but the points were erased by an illegal alty To cap the succeeded on from the Iowa second Big Eight win against two defeats and Iowa fourth loss against a lone victory Wynn linebacker Jerry Mur taugh middle guard Bill Horn bacher and tackle Liggett led a Nebraska defense that domi 21 Point Second Quarter Spree Boosts Purdue by Illinois 35 1 7 miiicu ivu vuiwj UCK conneciuiK uu av vi tu gl 1831 and Keyes gained 81 for ternpts for 312 yards Kinsev 1830 breaking the record of managed to throw the ball 38 1802 set by Duane Purvis in times and had just 12 of his in less Iowa State successfully execu I ted an onside kick after its final touchdown that could have giv en the Cyclones a chance to tie the game was Devaney said we knew it was com ing Devaney was pleased with the Nebraska pass defense which limited Warder to 10 comple tions in 28 attempts and inter cepted a pair He also liked own offense as good a game played offensively not he said sum mp A 73 yard drive was started with a bang when Olson passed 63 yards to Tillman Six plays later Whalen scored from the I one foot line Whalen then suc cessfully ran in the 2 point con version With just 14 seconds in the I game Tony Booker inter 1 cepted a Kinsey pass and ran it back 57 yards to the 3 yard line On the next play Booker jammed the pigskin across and Walker kicked the extra point to set the pins Olson a junior college trans fer from California set a career record at Northern Arizona with his 16th touchdown pass In just 8 games he has wiped out a record it had taken the previous owner 3 seasons to set It was a beautiful sun filled day and despite the score the de fense for both teams was good as neither quarterback had much time to throw the pigskin nisnn had much the better gained 106 yards for a total of uc connecting on 20 of 40 at 1 i'' "Str lIW: jwm S' 1 I It 1 1 i I 1 1 I1 abB Jr Wit SfeS WBSS S3 ill I YWff I Pi rl fl I Miln I 111 wit IMITi 1 i iv1 1 11 ffi bi I BL Mj M) jBBwxh MU 1 Mgs jBBtfBa ft 1 zvk hi Hiram Scott 0 7 0 THE YARDSTICK HSC NA irst downs 13 27 Yards rushing 82 164 Yards passing 149 312 Total yards 231 476 Passes att com 38 12 40 20 Intercepted by 3 3 Punts avg 10 335 1 64 umbles lost 2 1 14 8 Penalty yardage 33 126 Nebraska Iowa Stole irst downs 21 19 Rushing yardage 209 182 Passing yardage 161 108 Passes 12 17 0 10 23 2 Return yardage 77 4 Pun: 3 8 37 5 44 umbles 1 2 Yards penalized 94 77 irst downs 22 10 Rushing yardage 308 68 Passing yardage 144 123 Return yardage 32 54 Pass? 6 14 2 7 23 3 Punls 5 40 8 36 umbles lost 0 0 Yards penalized 85 25.

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