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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 4, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaScores Colles. Fool Rii Kyuh the associated press edit Buffolo 14, Massachusetts 13 Fordham 14, St Peter s o Pennsylvania 17, Brown 9 Boston College 56, Virginia military 3 Dickinson col 20, Swarthmore 14 Frostburg stole 20, bring Ecol mass 14 Harvard 39, Rutgers o Kings Point 43, Adelphi j Muhlenberg 33, Haverford col 13 . Colleges 14, West Maryland 3 Princeton 24, Columbia 22 Villanova 34, Delaware 31 Wesleyan 14, Bowdoin 13 Alfred 7, Union College o Carnegie Mellon 32, Oli Erlin College 20 Dartmouth 50, holy Cross 14 Grove City 13, Brockport state 3 Juniata College 13, Susquehanna 13 St Lawrence 27, Hobart College 14 Slippery Rock 13, Shippensburg 8 Thiel College 6, Bethany . 0 Wogner up Solo College 0 Lafayette 19, Drexel tech 14 Lebanon Valley 52, ursinus 13 northeastern 34, Vermont 21 Shepherd col 54, Gollo Udet col 0 Temple 10, Boston univ 7 Washinon Jet 20, Allegheny 19 Waynesburg 7, Calif state a 0 West Chester 39, Millersville St 0 Bloomsburg 35, Delaware 27 Bucknell 14, Gettysburg col 6 Connecticut 27, new Hampshire 14 Edinboro stole 31, Indiana Upa 14 moravian col 14, Wilkes College 14 Spring Hill col 27, Albright 24 Westminster a 28, Lycoming col of South Auburn 33, Kentucky 15 Wake Forest 27, Virginia 7 Florida 14, no Carolina St 6 Georgia tech 28, Clemson 7 Mississippi St 7, Georgia 6 late scores Arkansas state 24, Citadel North Carolina 10, Vanderbilt 7 Morgan state 54, no Carolina Cen 15 Ohio Wesleyan 29, William Mary 29 Tennessee 48, army 3 Centre College 40, Washin pin Lee 6 Johns Hopkins 21, Franklin mar 10 South Mississippi 43, Richmond 21 William Mary 33, Ohio Wesleyan 29 Carson Newman 42, Furman univ 34 South Mississippi 43, Richmond 21 Trinity 20, Davidson col 9 Bluefield state 34, West a state 14 Glenville state 22, Fairmont 21 Hampden Sydney 34, Bridgewater a 0 Middle Tenn St 24, Chalton ooga 8 Norfolk state 34, Livingstone col 13 Randolph Macon 36, Towson state 19 a Tuskegee 16, Albany St go 7 i West Liberty 48, Concord College 0 j Midwest Ohio state 34, Duke 10 i West Virginia 16, Indiana 10 i Illinois 23, Syracuse 0 Nebraska 35, Minnesota 10 Northwestern 20, South methodist 0 i notre dome 29, Michigan state 0 Tulsa 27, Memphis state 12 Wisconsin 29, Penn state 16 Adelbert of John Carroll 0 Concordia to Iii. 42, Lake Forest 12 Kansas 49, new Mexico 23 Kansas St univ 21, Colorado 20 Michigan 14, Texas if Missouri 4q. Oklahoma state 20 Iwest Michigan 23, Bowling Green 3 Carthage col 34, Illinois Wesley 21 cent Missouri St 27, Eastern Illinois 17 i Concordia col 23, Hamline univ 21 i Dubuque 21, upper Iowa 19 East Michigan 25, Indiana state 21 Grinnell col 19, Lawrence univ 17 Iowa Wesleyan 33, Illinois College 0 Luther College Bueno Vista 0 Manchester 20, Indiana Central 10 Mon Kaio state 43, St Narbert t Minnesota Morris 17, Winona state 0 Monmouth col 44, Coe College 20 Northwest Wise 3, Milton College 0 Ottawa a kans. 47, Emporia St col 13 Ripon College 16, Cornell College o St Cloud state 14, so Minnesota 7 St Olaf College 55, Beloit College 13 St Thomas col 19, macalester 13 so Memphis 23, Washington to. 18 Toledo 42, Ohio 7 i William Penn 9, Wartburg 0 Wise Lacrosse 7, Wise Stevens it 7 Wise Oshkosh 20, Stout state 12 Wise Platteville 27, Wise Whitewater 0 wish Superior 21, Wise eau Claire 6 Culver Stockton 41, St Procopius cot 12 Knox College 47, Carleton College 0 Miami Ohio 48, Northern Illinois 0 Akron 31, Ball state 0 Anderson 34, Hanover col 8 Butler 14, Depauw univ 6 7 j Carroll Wise. 30, North Central 0 Eureka College 17, Lakeland col 7 i Franklin col 35, Earl Ham col 13 Northland col 41, Pillsbury col 20 Rose polytechnic 17, principle. Col 7 St Joseph sind. 38, Valparaiso 19 South methodist 21, Northwestern 20 Taylor 14, Ohio Northern 0 Wabash 35, Albion 6 j Southwest Texas 20, Urcla 17 boilermakers upset no. 3 Stanford see Page 2b gamecocks top gobblers. 24-7 far West air Force 37, Colo state univ 22 Iowa state 16, Utah 13 Oregon 28, Washington St 13 Purdue 26, Stanford 14 Washington 56, Navy. 7 Arizona state 52, Wyoming 3 Boise state 17, Montana Szalc 10 Montana 38, Weber state 29 sub quarterback directs attack by Gregory Martin morning news sports editor Columbia Sophomore quarterback Jackie nouns a directed three third Quarter scoring drive As the South Caolina gamecocks surged Hack from a i re Stratiner first half to a 24-7 Victory Over Virginia tech saturday night at Carolina stadium. The score was tied 7 to 7 at half time but young1, a Chesapeake va., signal caller punched holes in the tech defense throughout the third Quarter As Carolina touchdowns and a Field goal to win Vii s John Ivanac hangs on after dumping Tommy Suggs _ tech wrecks tigers 28-7 picked up two going away. Carolina regular quarterback Tommy Suggs played most of the first half before re injuring his ankle and being taken out in the final two minutes of these cond Quarter. Suggs hit seven of 13 passes while Young completed 11 of 17 for 130 Yards. Carolina took the second half Kickoff and Dick Harris made a second great return of the night As he lashed 54 Yards to the tech 40. A Young pass to Doug Hamerick and a penalty moved the Ball to the 16. But three plays lost two Yards. Soccer style place kicker Bill Dupre came in and booted a 36 Yard Field goal to put Carolina ahead 10-7. The gamecocks drove 74 Yards the next time they got the Ball with Young completing six passes to spark the March. Fullback Tommy Winons dived or from the two Yard line for in score with left in the lord Quarter. Virginia took the following coff but could t gain and United out to the Midfield Stripe. Young then fired a pass to Anker Jim Mitchell who raced Yards to the gobblers 19. Fullback Bob Miranda slashed the six on a draw play and fuck Mims of Bishopville went the right Side for the ii Down with left in the lord Quarter. Dupre s kick Lade it 24-7. Jacket s score 3 in final Quarter Atlanta a Brilliant running by Brent Cunningham and the poise of Veteran quarterback Jack Williams sparked Georgia tech to a 287 Victory Over Clemson saturday. Cunningham a Junior tailback shattered the i Tiger defense for 217 Yards in 16 carries setting a i Georgia tech ground gaining record. He climaxed his perfect afternoon with a 69-Yard i touchdown sprint that clinched the undefeated yellow i jacket s fourth Victory of the season. I Sophomore quarterback Eddie broke the game open with Mcashan passed eight Yards to three fourth period touchdowns tight end Steve Foster in the Williams a senior sub Quad j closing seconds for tech s final Terback was at the controls in touchdown. J free tech s four to drives i Sophomore Maas Jam who d i a 43-Yard touchdown run by rented tech s first three Victo j Larry Studdard put the jackets Ries was sidelined after throw in front for the first time with i no three first half interceptions Lefton the and the football twice in Clemson go. Fech Quick succession on bad pitch first Downs Rushing yardage passing yardage return yardage passes punts fumbles lost Yards penalized 10-03-70 17.34 375 outs Early in the third Quarter. Williams completed All three Section b Page 1 sunday october 4, 1970 10 14 73 76 s-16-1 ib-21-3 j of his pass attempts for 42 11-34.1 4-34.31 Yards. Mcashan connected on 30 48 j Only 7 of is attempts. J Clemson 0 7 0 i tech. 0 0 7 broke Loose Lor Clem Youner 1 run Seigler kick tech Mcnamara 3 run Moore kick tech Suddard 43 run Moore kick tech Cunningham 69 run Moore kick tech Foster s pass from Mcashan Cunningham 41 Yards to help set up tech s first touchdown scored by Kev in Mcnamara with left in i ithe third Quarter tying the Scoe 7-7. And the f real up i Elk i a 10-03-70 17.27 to. Tech so. Carolina St Downs 10 24 ushing yardage 102 215 Assing yardage 78 230 return yardage 19 144 asses 6-19-3 20-33-1 units 8-39 3.36 Umbles lost 2 2 Ards penalized 76 92 Clemson Back Ray Yauger goes Over the top for four Yards Carolina scored first late in he second Quarter on a fi2-Yard drive with Simmons diving Over or the score from the one Yard Ine. An Exchange of kicks and a Short Carolina drive gave tech the Ball on its own 32 with two minutes left in the half. Perry Tiberio dashed out to the 45 and tailback John Dobbins took a pitch out and dashed All the Way Down the right Side for the tying touchdown with left in the half. Harris almost put t h e gamecocks Back ahead As he returned the Kickoff 50 Yards to he tech 35. Then near disaster struck As eggs was hit fumbled and ech recovered on the 42. The Gamecock quarterback was married off the Field and was rough for the night. Carolina recovered a Fumble i its own 49 on the next play Ith 44 seconds left in the half. Gamecocks almost scored s Miranda raced 28 Yards on a play and Young hit Amr Erick with two passes Down to the ten. Time ran out before they got another play off and the half ended with the score tied up 7-7. Carolina almost completely dominated play in the second half As tech could t get even one first Down until the final minutes of the fourth Quarter. Sec Carolina Page 2b reds take first from pirates 3-0 Pittsburgh a Cincinnati s big red machine erupted for three runs in the 10th inning against Pittsburgh s Dock Ellis giving the reds a 3-0 Victory Over the pirates Satur Day in the first game of the National league playoff series Pete Rose s tie breaking sin Gle and a two run double by Lee May got the Job done for the reds and Gary Nolan who had matched shutouts with Ellis for nine innings in a tense struggle that overshadowed the unique situation created by the first umpires strike in baseball his tory. Four minor league umpires headed by John Grimsley of the american association behind the plate worked the game in the absence of striking major leagues who picketed outside the Ball Park carrying placards that read major league umpires on strike for the umpires strike however took a Back seat As Nolan and Ellis remained locked in their pitchers Duel for nine innings in a game Replete with excellent Bobby Mitchell leads Azelea open see Page 56 Baltimore Wallops Minnesota 10-6 Kwiim j Linn Sec Cincinnati rage 2b red s Lee May tags out pirate Matty also in pick Oft api Mike congratulated after grand slam api Minneapolis St. Paul a Baltimore s explosive orioles walloped three Home runs including a grand slam by Pitcher Mike Cuellar for a seven run fourth inning and blitzed the Minnesota twins 10-6 in sat urday s opening game of the american league championship playoff the Victory gave the orioles defending Al champs a 1-0 Lead in the Best of five series which continues sunday. Cuellar a 24-game Winner and an .089 hitter during the regular season Hurt the twins More with his Bat than he did with his Arm. He surrendered six runs and 10 hits in less than five innings of work and it took 4 2-3 innings of shutout Relief by 40 year old Dick Hall to Nail Down the decision for Baltimore. But before he left the same Cuellar put the orioles in charge with his grand slam to 330-foot Fly Ball lofted Down the line in right Field that made it just inside the foul pole and landed just beyond the Fence close enough to the Field to Bounce Back on it. After Homer Don Sec orioles i age 2b

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