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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 20, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaTiger comeback stops Virginia pirates cubs win see Page 2b Section b sunday september to 1970 m Furman lightning hit presbyterian As paladins win by Steve Robertson morning news sports writers Clemson coach Hootie Ingram s tigers clawed their Way Back from a 17-10 deficit in the first half and despite numerous penalties scored two touch Downs and a Field Poal to continue their winning tradition against Virginia As they trimmed the Cavaliers 27-17. Except for one player Pete Galusk Clemson used the same winning combination which last week downed the Citadel quarterback Tommy Kendrick tailback Ray Yauger and the Man with the Gold toe Eddie Seigler. The tigers controlled most of the game in spite of frequent fumbles and some hard Rushing by big flanker Dave Sullivan who ripped the Tiger defensive a part Early in the game. Temperatures ranging from 88 to 92 degrees plagued both teams throughout the game and coach Ingram tried combating this by sending in frequent replacements. After the game Ingram commented that this and the Overall Effort accounted for his team s win. As in last week s win the tigers took to the air and this accounted for All but one of the touchdowns. Yauger led in both Rushing and passing As he scraped 84 Yards on the ground completed All of his passes for 38 Yards and caught a 15-Yard pass. First Downs Rushing yardage passing yardage return yardage passes punts fumbles lost Yards penalized i Clemson 16 22 136 134 144 229 2 59 15-29-1 18-2b-0 9-38 6-36 1 the third period which put the tigers ahead. In the fourth Quarter Galuska caught another of Kendrick s wobbly desperation passes to put the game on ice. Seigler made All three con version attempts in addition to his two Field goals and Virgina s Carrington was also 100 per cent in the conversion department. Clemson meets the University of Georgia bulldogs in Athens a. Next saturday while Virginia will try for Victory against Duke. Virginia 7 10 0 Clemson 3 7 10 7-27 Clem Fig Seigler 24 9 run Carrington kick Carrington 27 13 run Seigler kick 20 pass from Albert Cor. Ringtone kick Seigler 44 16 pass from Kendrick Seigler kick 10 pass from Kendrick Seigler kick Greenville a the Furman paladins Defeated neighbouring presbyterian College 19-7 Satur Day night in a football game played for 30 minutes on the fringe of a severe thunderstorm. Lightning hit the line leading to the clock and knocked the timekeeper t. W. Edwards to the ground in the Middle of the second Quarter. He was unhurt. Gained 79 Yards for the Blue presbyterian lost six fumbles. The first one started Furman on was the third straight Vic a 40-Yard drive which Pat car tory for Furman Over the Blue Furman found the wet weather to its liking however As Roll climaxed with a six Yard touchdown run. With left in the second Quarter the Furman line 128 29 1s6 157 14-33-0 i 3-1 5-19 10-32 Ray Yauger 34 Rolls off tackle Tor 21 Clemson Yards Rushing Yard age passing yardage return yardage posses punts fumbles lost Yards penalized blocked a presbyterian punt at the three Yard line and fur Man s Ivey Stewart fell on the j Ball in the end one f a 13-0 halftime Lead. Quarterback Cleve Hightower went one Yard for Furman s third touchdown. It came on a 33-Yard drive after Furman re covered another Blue Hose Fum ble. Presbyterian s t o u c h d o in came with left on a 50 Yard pass play from Allen Mcneil to Kenny Lister. Carroll was the leading fur Man ground gainer with 47 cards on 15 tries. Tarn Milton Hose. The game was played in the worst weather of any Furman Home game in memory. Eighty one of the 192 lights on the stadium were missing when the game ended. They were shorted out by rain. One official said consideration was Given to suspending play several times during the first half. Furman coach Bob King said he was pleased with the play of both quarterbacks John Deleo and Hightower. Deleo completed two passes but was Over shadowed in the passing game by presbyterian s Mcneil who David Eckstein caught five for 54 Yards for presbyterian. Presbyterian Furman 766 0-19 6 run Newmeyer kick recovered blocked punt in end zone pass failed 1 run kick foiled 50 pass from Mcneil Chand Jer kick new 1038ped sept. 19 Clemson started its first drive the moment the game started. Bobby Johnson returned the opening Kickoff 16 Yards to the tigers 25-Yard line. A pass interference penalty on third Down moved the Ball All the Way to Cavaliers dug in forcing the tigers to Settle for a 24-Yard Field goal by Seigler. After going through their first series of Downs the Cavaliers got their first big break of the game As Yauger fumbled the Ball while driving up the Middle and Virginia gained Possession of Clemson s 25. Sullivan bulldozed his Way up the Middle picking up 16 Yards and on the following play Jim Lacey scooted around left end for the score. Virginia added a Field goal to their score in the second Quarter As Jim Carrington booted one Between the goal Post from 27 Yards out. The tigers evened things up on their next series of Downs As Dick Bukowsky picked up 23 Yards on a draw play and on the following play pushed everything Between him and the goal out of the Way for the touchdown. However Virginia came through again a few minutes later with a Little Over seven minutes in the half when Bob Bischoff snagged a touchdown pass from quarterback Larry Albert. In the second half the tigers got everything together again. Defensively they allowed onh five first Downs and thwarted three Cavalier drives. Zeigler kicked another Field in the third Quarter making the score 17-13 with ten minutes and ten seconds left in the period. John Mcmakin made an Almo St impossible catch in the end zone during the last minute of gamecocks punish deacons Suggs Rice spark 43-7 acc Victory by Gregory Martin morning news sports editor Columbia South Carolina s powerful Offen Sive machine broke Wake Forest s Back with a 17 Point scoring spree in the third Quarter and went on to trounce the Demon deacons 43-7, in an Atlantic coast conference game on a hot humid night at car Olina stadium. The passing of quarterback Tommy Suggs and the running of Billy Ray Rice and Ken walkup sparked the gamecocks surge that even uses season record at 1 and 1. It was the opening league test for the big gainer and later for the defending acc Champ Deacon Steve scores by the associated press East Penn sole 55. Now 7 Rutgers 41, Lafayette 14 Baylor 10, army 7 Toledo 27, Buffalo 6 Urcla 24, Pittsburgh is Connecticut 17, Vermont 1 Kings Point 7, Norwich univ 3 Boston College 28, Villanova 21 Bucknell 13, Temple 10 Colgate 26, Boston univ 21 Massachusetts 28, Maine 0 St. Lawrence 25, Colby 13 Middlebury 16, Boles 9 West Chester slate 56, Ithaca 0 Kings Point 7, Norwich 3 Curry 34, Maine maritime 0 Massachusetts 28, Maine i Union 37, Worcester 13 mount Union 61. Rochester 30 Springfield . 21, Cortland 1 Curry College 34, Poinc maritime 0 Middlebury 16. Bates College 9 is Lowry acc 25, Colby College 13 West Chester 56, Ithaca 0 Spring iced 21, Cortland stale 12 Union College 37, Worcester tech 13 South Duke 13, Maryland 12 Marshall 17, Morchat 7 Clemson 27, Virginia 17 Emory Henry 27, Washin Nln Lee 14 Kentucky 16, Kansas 31 univ 3 Morgan state 15, Norfolk state 7 Auburn 33, South Mississippi 14 Florida 34, Mississippi is 13 Georgia tech 23, Florida Iliin Essec Olate Oit nut by Georgia tech j3, Florida stale 13 Tennessee stole Kentucky slate 7 so Memphis 17, Austin College 13 my dolt Purdue 15, Texas Christian 0 Colorado 16, Indiana 9 Arkansas stole s3, Wlch Llo sole m Illinois 20, Oregon 16 Michigan 50, Alliona notre dome 3s, m Oklahoma 21, Wisconsin 7 Texas tech 23, Kansas 0 a lome Ohio Tovler 7 Missouri 34, Mann Soto 12 a Lemurl Rolla he wait Nylon to. Mount Union 61, Rochester 30 West Michigan 35, Brighom Young 17 Wartburg 9, upper Iowa 7 Central Michigan 27, Northern Iowa 9 Cornell Iowa 57. Corleon Minn 6 Grinnell 10, Coe 7 Dubugue 14. Bucana Vista 7 Murray Kentucky state 24, Forsom 21 Northern Michigan 45, Holst a 0 Franklin 60, Hope 6 Northwood Mich. 16, Concord 14 Depauw 21, Albion 0 Anderson 26, Olivet 3 Michigan tech 17, Alma 6 St Olat 14, Lawrence wis. 0 Bethel 13, Sioux to alls i Minnesota Morris 28, Northland wis. 1 St Cloud 34, St. John s Minn. 22 hat inc 42, Southwest Minn. 0 Anderson 26, Olivet College 3 Bethel Minn. 13, Sioux Falls 6 cent Michigan 27. Northern Iowa 9 Cornell College 57, Carleton College 6 Depouw univ 21. Albion 0 Dubuque 14, Buena Vista 7 Franklin col 60, Hope College 6 Grinnell col 10, Coe College 7 tech 17, Alma College 6 m Inota on Sorris 28, Northland col 12 Murray slate 24, Parsons College 21 North Michigan 45, Holst a univ 0 Mich 16, Concord College St Olof College 14, Lawrence univ 0 Wartburg 9. Upper Iowa 7 Llama inc univ 42, so Minnesota 0 St Cloud slate 34. St Johns Minn. 22 far air Force 47, Wyoming 17 Stanford 34, san Jose slate 3 Washington 42, Michigan slate 16 Washington is Idaho 16 air Forte 47, Wyoming 17 Woshlo Nullon 42, Michigan slate 16 Stanford 34, san Jose stale 3 Ulah slate 13. Bowling Green m Northern Arizona 33, los Angeles St 0 Utah slate 33, Bowling Green 14 Southwest Texas 56, California 15 Memphis 17, Auslyn 13 Tutu a California 15 Wofford Downs Lenoir Rhyne Spartanburg after four within a single score of the years of frustration the Wofford terriers finally stopped Lenoir Rhyne in football the terriers got a 24-17 win Here saturday night but it was no easy one. The bears were still clawing when the game ended. The final play of the game was a pass from Lenoir Rhyne tailback Mike Mcree which was incomplete in the end zone. Bobby Jordan the leading scorer in the nation was shut out for the first time since mid season last year. The Florence speedster had a 63-Yard scoring run called Back by a clipping penalty in the first half. He could t break away again. After dropping behind in the first Quarter the to e r r i e r s rallied to know the game and then take a 17-10 Lead. At the half with a Field goal by Handy Bringman and touchdowns by skip Corn and Chuck Whilt in the second period. A t h r e e y a r d run by quarterback Harold Chandler turned out to be the difference in the third period for Lenoir Lih Ync bounced Back in the Forth for a touchdown to draw terriers with to play. The bears Wofford 16 on reached one late the drive before a Fumble by Porter killed the threat and they were at the terrier s 13 when the game ended. Lenoir Rhyne scored first on a eight Yard run by Mike Porter a Reserve tailback in the Bear s singled Wing offensive formation. Wofford got a 38-Yard Field goal in the second period by Randy bring Man before the Bear s stretched their Lead to 10 3 with a 34-Yard Field goal by Tommy Ross with to play in the first half. The potentially explosive Wofford offence which averaged almost 40 Points a game last year came awake again a minute later when Corn scored on a 61-Yard end around. Lenoir Rhyno 7 3 0 7-1 Wolford 0 17 7 8 run Ross kick Bringman 38 Ross 31 61 run of Waltl 1 run bring pm of Chandler .1 "0 is kick t Carolina carried Only a thin 10-7, Lead into the halftime break but pulled the game out of reach in the third Quarter As Suggs passed to end Jackie Brown for one touchdown Rice rushed four Yards for another and Billy Dupre kicked a Field goal. Dupre the pint sized soccer style kicker has just recovered from a bout with mononucleosis tied a 45-year old Carolina school record by kicking three Field goals during the night. His boots weit 23, 24 and 43 Yards to tie a record set by Alex Jasce Wise Back in 1925. Carolina scored the first time it got its hands on the Ball As Suggs rifled a 31-Yard pass to end Mike Haggard for the touchdown. Dick Harris had recovered a Fumble on the Wake Forest 33 to set up the score. Suggs hit laggard on the goal line after the Sophomore end had gotten a step Lead on the Deacon defender. Wake Forest jumped right Back in the game As fullback Larry Hopkins bolted through a Hole in the Carolina line broke our tackles and dashed 61 Yards for the tying touchdown with left in the first Quarter. That was the last time Wake Forest came close to scoring As he rugged Gamecock defense held them to eight first Downs and 60-Yards Rushing. Carolina picked up 26 first Downs and 300 Yards on the ground. The gamecocks dominated play throughout the rest of the first half but could Only score on Dupre s 23 Yard Field goal with 12 13 left in the second Quarter. Carolina Danny d y c h e s recovered a Wake Forest Fumble on the Deacon 25 Early in the plunged Over from the four for the score. A 20-Yard run by walkup and a 21-Yard pass from Suggs to Brown setup the next touchdown. Brown made a Fine catch of a seven Yard Suggs pass on the goal line for the touchdown. Dupre s 43-Yard Field goal with left in the game gave South Carolina a 30-7 Lead and pull the game right out of re Ach. Mims scored the final two touchdowns for South Carolina on one Yard plunges both times. Rice led the Carolina Rushing with 79 Yards and walkup of Timmonsville had 71 Yards to see Carolina Page 4b us s Billy Ray Rice caught after gain Lon shores pub Alicia Austin Tex. A fullback Steve Worster blasted or three touchdowns and quarterback Eddie Phillips made a spectacular debut As a starter saturday As no. 2 ranked Texas crushed California 56-15 in an intersection Al game. Second Field goal. Chuck Mims of Bishopville broke Loose to the 12 but three More plays gained Only five Yards and surpre split the goal posts to make it 13-7. Carolina scored another touchdown the next time it got the Ball with a of Yard drive. Rice swept loft end for to Yard longhorns Gore California 56-15 first Downs ushing yardage passing yardage asses urls return yardage fumbles lost Yards California Texas 21 29 116 443 240 113 16-30-3 7-18.0 6-30 3-36 153 66 2 0 5 25 Worster a 208-Pound senior All America rumble for Scorse on runs of 2, u and 9 Yards All in the first Quarter and Phillips cruised for touchdowns of 10 and 7 tears and handled the defending National Champion s is Isbone to offence beautifully. It was Texas 2ist consecutive Victory Over three reasons and the awesome performance seemed to indicate the horns Are in Good shape to defend their National title. The longhorns Hie leading Rushing learn in the nation last year rolled up 443 Yards on the ground even though the sub played the last four minutes of the first last and most of the Send half. Phillips a 193-Pound Junior taking Ever this season from James Street who was undefeated in 20 games As a. Starter baffled the Golden bears with his Roll outs zipping for 129 Yards on 9 carries. Worster had 43 Yards in 7 carries. Isaac Curtis the highly touted California Sophomore halfback with for 100 Ards was shut Down for most of the game. His Fumble on the Kickoff after a jarring tackle by kicker Happy Feller set up Texas second touchdown. Rut Curtis Shook Loose to brag 33-Yard touchdown pass from quarterback Steve Curtis against Texas subs Midway of the fourth Quarter. California 000 Texas 21 7 14 2 run Feller kick 11 run Feller kick 9 run Feller kick 10 run Feller kick tax Philllps 7 run Feller Al Cal 1 run Feller kick 14 run Heller kick Cal a. Curlis 33 pass trom s. Curlis worsening kick Tex Kel Llcy 25 run Feller kick Cal in Tyrl 2 run Todd pass Irnis Jyz american new Viz Kansas 2 new Kansas National new Cincinnati los s san 9 is new los s san

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