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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - October 30, 1967, Darmstadt, HessePage 20 the stars and stripes monday october 30, 1967 Ole miss Oxford miss. A Mississippi s fired up rebels Rose to defensive Heights saturday an stymied ninth ranked Houston s potent offence whipping the cougars 14-13. A missed extra Point kick by Houston s Ken Hebert in the fourth Quarter kept the Cougar from salvaging a tie. Ole miss linebacker Jimmy eyes a defensive Stalwart provided the margin of Victor for the rebels with his conver Sions after two touchdown passes by quarterback Bruce new Fumble recovery set up the first Ole miss touchdown in the second Quarter when the rebels were behind 7-0. The second rebel score came in the third period when end Hank shows wrested the Ball away from a hous ton defender who had gotten his hands on Newels 37-Yard pass. The game was a Battle of magnificent line play until Ole miss began to assert offensive superiority in the late stages and controlled the Ball much of the crucial fourth period. Houston 700 013mississippi 077 014 Hou bean 74 punt return Hebert kick miss Halk 28 pass from Newell Keyes kick miss shows 37 pass from Newell Keyes kick Hou Achey 42 pass from Woodall kick failed vols Edge leu on Kremser s kick Knoxville Tenn. A Carl Kremser kicked a 33-Yard Field goal with a minute left sat urday to give fourth ranked Tennessee a 17-14 football Victory Over Louisiana state. The Triumph put Tennessee i undisputed Possession of first place in the Southeastern con Ference championship race with a 3-0 league record. The vols Are now 4-1 Overall. Leu went Home with a 4-2 Issue in the hard fought Battle was in doubt until the final 30 seconds when leu s Roy kurd attempted a 36-Yard Fiel goal which sailed off to the right. Tennessee forged ahead 14-0on Short touchdown runs by first Downs 17 19rushing yardage 162 220 passing yardage 105 170return yardage 137 102 passes 10-16-2 9-15-1 punts 7-47.1 3-38fumbles lost 0 2 Yards penalized 44 25 quarterback Dewey Warren an tailback Walter Chadwick. But leu s Sammy Grezaffi electrified the sellout crowd of 54,596 by returning the Tennes see Kickoff after the second vol to 100 Yards for a run Down the right Side lines set a Kickoff return record for leu shattering the old Mark of 99 set by . Broad Nax against Florida in 1957. Kurd kicked the first of two extra Points. Grezaffi s run gave the tigers new life and they proceeded to March 70 Yards for the tying counter late in the fourth period with quarterback Nelsen Stok Ley racing Over from the 14. Leu 007 714 Tennessee 0 77 317tenn Warren 7 run Kremser kick Tenn Chadwick 6 run Kremser kick leu Grezaffi 100 Kickoff return Hurd kick leu Stokley 14 run Hurd kick Tenn of Kremser 33 attendance 54,590. Kolts ramble but spartans score six Karlsruhe Germany Spe Cial the Kitzinger Kolts won the game but the Karlsruhe spar tans turned a fourth period Fumble into their first Points of the season in a 36-6 non Confer ence football clash Here Marne conference Kolts scored in every Quarter an rolled to a 36-0 Lead before the spartans broke the ice with six minutes left in the game on a plunge from the one by Quarter Back Bernie Jenkins. Karlsruhe 0-3 in the com conference and 0-7 for the year had Given up 284 Points this season and appeared headed for another Whitewash until tackle Jerome Mcdougle recovered a Fumble at the Kitzinger scored on the next play. Chauncey Johnson scored twice for the Kolts going Over from the three in the first and fourth quarters. Eula Regala scored on a 55-Yard pass play from aubre Reed and threw a 10-yarder to Don Treml for another Cardwell got the other to for the winners on a plunge fro the three. The Kolts who Are Strong con tenders for the Marne Crown with a 2-0 record Are now 4-3 for the season. Kitzinger 8 8 12 836 Karlsruhe 0 0 0 6 8 kit Johnson 3 run Benton pass from Regala kit Treml 10 pass from Regala John Ion Pas from Regala kit Regala 55 pass from Reed kick failed kit Cardwell 3 run pass failed kit Johnson 3 run Mcdanlel pass from Scott Karl Jenkins 1 run kick failed Al is crush Cornell in 41-7 Romp new Haven Conn. A surprising Yale remained unbeaten in Ivy league football with a crushing 41-7 defeat of Cornell saturday. The Victory set up a meeting of the Only undefeated Ivy teams Dartmouth and Yale Here next saturday. Dartmouth edged Harvard 23-21 at Cambridge mass., Satur Day. Quarterback Brian Dowling Host of Yale runners and the entire Eli defense played brilliantly As Yale climbed to a 3-0 record in the conference with 4-1over-All. Cornell is 1-2 among the ivies and 3-2 in All games. Dowling a Junior passed for two touchdowns and ran for an other. He completed nine of 19passes for 96 Yards. His 73 Yards running included a 51-Yard Jaunt to set up the Winner s first rolled to a 28-0 halftime Edge while the defense held Cor Nell to a total of one Yard pass ing and running during that time. Davidson clips , Conn. A Little Jimmy Poole the nation s Lead ing quarterback completed 16 passes for 210 Yards saturday i guiding Davidson to a 38-18 Vic tory Over Connecticut. Bayonets rout Redlegs 41-0, tie for Lead Munich special Quarter Back Howard Baxter threw three touchdown passes to Bob Fis Herand ran for another to As the defending. 24th div conference Champion 2nd brigade bayonets routed the div arty Redlegs 41-0,Here sunday. The Victory pushed the Bayon ets into a tie for the league Lead with the 1st brigade devils who were upset saturday by the 3rd brigade crusaders. The co Lead ers clash saturday at Reese Ca sern in Augsburg and the 24thdiv championship will be on the line. Both teams Are now 3-1.Baxter hit Fisher with scoring tosses of 15, 50 and 12 Yards forthe bayonets first three ads. The 2nd brigade exploded for 21more in the final period with Baxter Ralph Smith and David Snyder scoring on Short runs in Side the re leg Lumho booted three extra Points for the winners an Smith ran Over two More after the final setback left the Redlegs with a 1-3 record and eliminate them from the four team six game race. 2nd brigade 677 2141div arty 0 0 0 00 2ndflahev 15 pass from Baxter kick failed 2ndfisher 50 pass from Baxter Lumho kick 2ndfisher 12 pass from Baxter Lullio kick 2ndsmith 4 run Lumho kick 2ndsnyder 1 run kick failed 2ndbaxter 5 run Smith run Salukis Knock Tulsa out of perfect ranks c Are o n d ale 111. A Southern do Nois University with a a string of five losses upset previously unbeaten Tulsa University saturday 16-13. Tulsa with four wins was leading the nation s major colleges in total of sense defense scoring passing and pass receiving. Penn state wins 2 9-20, on Syracuse mistakes Syracuse . A Penn state capitalized on a series of Syracuse miscues and Rode a triple threat perform Ance of Tom Sherman to a 29-20football Victory Over the Arch rival Orange Hoot. 190-Pound senior who passed 60 Yards to tight ended Kwalik for one touchdown and sneaked Over from the one sooner nudge Missouri 7-o Columbia to. A okla homa kept its big eight foot Ball record perfect by whipping Missouri 7-0 saturday on some big last half defensive plays by Warmack Titsworth Middle guard Granville Liggins tackle John Titsworth and safety Steve struck suddenly late in the second period then had tonight for its life in the last half. The Victory gave Oklahoma a4-1 record and 2-0 in league play. Missouri is 4-2 but 1-2 inthe conference. Titsworth stopped Missouri quarterback Gary Kombrink for a three Yard loss on third Downin the third period at the okla homa 27, then deflected a passand intercepted it at the sooner 37, killing Missouri s last threat with 8 44 left. A 51-Yard pass quarterback Bob Warmack to tight end Steve Zabel set up the Oklahoma that the Missouri 7-Yard line. War Mack swept to the one and Ron Shotts scored. Kansas triumphs Lawrence Kan. A quarterback Bob Douglas and a pair of Fleet receivers from the track team sparked Kansas to a 28-14 Victory Over Iowa state saturday. The Victory coupled with Colo Rado s 10-7 loss to Oklahoma state at Boulder colo., put the Jay Hawks in the Lead in the big eight football , who entered the game As the league s total offence Leader with 818 Yards passed for two touchdowns and scored third As the Jay Hawks boosted their league Mark to 3-0. His 238 Yards saturday boosted his yardage to 1,056 for six games. Huskers rap thu fort Worth Pine Braska s Cor huskers converted their Only sustained drive into afield goal saturday but cashed in on two interceptions and Fumble recovery for three Short order touchdowns to handily defeat Texas Christian 29-0. Frank Patrick the huskers 6-foot 7-Inch Sophomore Quarter Back pitched the defending big eight champions into a Quick 13-0 Lead in the opening minutes of the game with 5 and 21-Yard strikes to Dennis Richan sky and Dick Davis with both being set up by the Nebraska Ken Geddes who had set up the second Nebraska touchdown with his first interception plucked a Flat zone pass out of the hands of thu s Ros Montgomery and sped 3fi untouched Yards for a third touchdown in the third period. Bill Bomberger s 23-Yard Fiel goal two plays before the end of the half kicked in the other Husker Points. A 46-Yard final seconds Pas from sub quarterback Al Fierro to Reserve fullback Buster Yannon padded the score More and gave Nebraska 3-2 season record against 0-5 for thu. A crowd of 16,658fully sixth of these being red coated boosters from Nebraska sat i sunny to degree weather to watch a comedy of errors on both Side with frequent fumbles and interceptions. For another provided the margin of Victory with a 26-Yard Field goal with three second remaining in the first half. A pair of Short Syracuse punts and an intercepted pass accounted for three scores. A Fumble and a pass interception also stymied two Syracuse drives in the closing minutes. Defensive Back Denny on Kontz put the game out of reach at 13 53 of the final period when Tom Sherman. Pass run kick he intercepted a Rich Cassat pass on the Syracuse 47 and raced untouched Down the Side line for the score. A pair of consecutive 15-Yardpenalties against Syracuse set up the first Penn state touch Down. Sherman who completed8 of 16 passes for 194 Yards moved Penn state 71 Yards insight plays with Charley Pitt Man scoring on a three Yard burst. Syracuse came right Bac behind its Workhorse fullback Larry Csonka and marched 60yards for a score with Cassata hitting John Massis in the end zone from 10 Yards out. On the next play from scrim Mage Sherman fired a 60-Yard scoring strike to Kwalik. Csonka who gained 117 Yard son 34 carries accounted for the other two Syracuse touchdowns on a one Yard plunge in the Sec Ond Quarter and a six Yard blast a the third

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