High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 3 1976, Page 45

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 3, 1976, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise sunday october 3. 1976 a Ohio state tied up fourth ranked Urcla has seven game winning Streak halted Columbus Ohio apr Tom Skladany kicked a 25-Yard Field goal in the fourth Quarter saturday to give eighth ranked Ohio state a 10-10 nationally televised football tie with fourth rated Urcla. The deadlock ended the Bruins seven game winning Streak in the rematch of the 1976 Rose bowl opponents in the closing minutes both sides apparently played for a tie running the Ball instead of going to the air. The buckeyes now 2-1-1, Drew a chorus of Boos when they ran seven successive running plays and punted the Ball instead of trying a Long Range Field goal in the last minute Skladany punted to the Bruins seven Yard line and Urcla. 3-0-1, ran out the clock with three Rushing plays. The buckeyes beaten by Urcla 23-10 in the Rose bowl struck for a 7-0 Lead on fullback Pete Johnson s four Yard run Midway in the second Quarter. Frank Corral booted a 47-Yard Field goal to Cut the deficit to 7-3 Midway through the third Quarter and took a 10-7 Lead on quarterback Jeff Dankworth a one Yard sneak with More than 13 minutes to go. The anticipated offensive fireworks fizzled with both defensive units dominating the intersection Al showdown notre Dame romps Over Michigan state 24-6 East Lansing Mich a Rick Stager passed for two touchdowns and the Tough notre Dame defense held Michigan state to two Field goals As the 18th-ranked Irish Defeated mus 24-6 in a non conference College football clash Between two old rivals notre Dame threaded the spartan defense in the first half with Dave Reeve hitting a Field goal and halfback Al Hunter diving for a touchdown to give the Irish a 10-0 Lead after their first two possessions. Stager connected with fullback Terry Eunick Early in the second half for a 20-Yard touchdown play to Cap an 80-Yard drive the final Irish touchdown came when Stager hit Ken Macafee for a one Yard scoring toss with less than a minute to play. The spartan defense gave up to first Downs and 181 Yards in the first half and the mus attack stayed bottled up in its end of the Field getting Only 60 it was the third straight game the Irish defense has held opponents without a touchdown. In the second half the spartan defense stiffened holding the Irish scoreless until the last moments of the contest but mus failed to take advantage of two recovered fumbles and an interception Hans Nielsen tried five Field goal in the second half for Michigan state in addition to one in the first half ranging up to 55 Yards Nielsen hit on kicks of 48 and 29 Yards to tie the school career record of 19 Field goals by Dick Kenney Penn state loses again Lexington. By. A Derrick Ramsey scored two touchdowns one on a 61-Yard dash As Kentucky held 20th ranked Penn state to Only 61 Yards Rushing and upended the Kittany Lions 22-6 saturday. Hampton raps Elizabeth City Elizabeth City n c apr quarterback Buss Seaton passed for three touchdowns and Hampton Institute took two More scores and a safety on the ground As the pirates downed Elizabeth City. 36-0. Saturday in a Carolinas inter collegiate athletic association football game. Seaton chose Eddy Pratt Reggie Midgett and Larry Williams As his targets for the three strikes Lewey Hall and Carl Turner carried the Ball for pirate scores and Alonzo Brown contributed a the defeat marked the first time since 1964 that Penn state had lost three games in a Row Kentucky drove 59 Yards in 13 plays following a Fumble recovery by Rick Hayden for the wildcats first score in the first period with Chris Hill carrying the final three Yards. Fun Militis hit Penn state in the third period giving Kentucky a touchdown and a 33-Yard Field goal in a Span of just i 38 Auburn upsets Mississippi Jackson. Mis. A quarterback Phil Gargis sprinted five Yards for a last minute touchdown saturday As Auburn upset i6th-ranked Mississippi 10-0 in a Southeastern conference football Battle. The touchdown set up by a rebel Fumble at the Ole miss 9. Was More symbolic than decisive kicking specialist Neil of Donoghue s 44-Yard Field goal for Auburn in the first Quarter had already settled it. The rebels who vaulted to prominence with an upset Over Alabama suffered an afternoon of frustration. They moved the Ball Well at the outset but were stymied by penalties and mistakes Kent state survives Cleveland a quarterback Mike Whalen threw for one touchdown and directed two other scoring drives and Kent state survived a furious fourth Quarter rally for a 24-19 intersection Al College football Victory Here saturday Over the air Force Academy Kent took advantage of repeated errors by the Falcons As they built a 24-0 Lead going into the final period senior citizens discount Day monday october 4th you la receive 10% discount on any Purchase. We Are pleased to offer this discount to anyone age 60 or older on any Purchase in our store. In Case of Sale items the lowest Price 10% off our regular discount Price or Sale Price whichever is lower will prevail. Proof of age is required. Discounts will not apply in our pharmacy where you la get 10% off every Day. Hours . 9 9 Fri. A sat. 9 9 30 Sun. 1-6 discount Center Way lot at Cloniger or. Thomasville Uci a averaging More than 480 Yards a game could Muster Only 288 against the buckeyes Veteran defensive platoon of that. 205 Yards came on the ground by the nations second leading Rushing team Ohio state averaging 364 Yards a contest settled for 221, All but 41 of it on the ground Skladany kicked his tying Field goal with 7 21 remaining. The nation s leading punter the last two seasons had missed a 47-Yard Field goal try just inside the second Quarter that would have Given Ohio state a 3-0 Lead. Ohio state was particularly effective defensively in the first half permitting the Bruins to get no closer to the goal line than 47 Yards Urcla penetrated Midfield Only twice in the opening half How Urcla o 0 3 i to Ohio so the 0 i o j to Ohio to Union 4 run i Skladany kith a clan of co Rai a a clan Dana Worth i runt Corr a la Ica i Ohio of Saida no to a-17 of it happened first Down run hts Yard Palling Yard return Yard Patti Punty Fumble lost Urcla Ohio state it sacs u j i �?T4-0 a 47 la in i Al 1 0 at to Jio a Al a i s Nebraska pushed to win Lincoln. Neb a Al Eveland booted a 32-Yard Field goal with 6 24 remaining in the game and Vince Ferragamo tossed his second touchdown pass minutes later to Lead no. 5 Nebraska to a 17-9 come from behind football Victory Over a hard nosed University of Miami. Fla. Team saturday. Ferragamo s 23-Yard scoring pass to Dave Shamblin iced the Victory for Nebraska with 3 21 left in the game. Eveland s key Field goal climaxed a Cor Husker drive kept alive by Back to Back 15-Yard penalties for roughing the kicker and grabbing the face mask Nebraska had stalled at the Miami 49. But the penalties moved them to the hurricanes 18 Eveland s Field goal came after Husker quarterback Ferragamo was sacked at the Miami 16-Yard line. Miami failed to move the Ball on the next Possession and Nebraska drove 67 Yards in six plays for its final insurance score Miami led 9-7 with 12 08 left after Chris Dennis booted a 51-Yard Field goal. Nebraska s first touchdown came in the third Quarter when Ferragamo tossed a 32-Yard scoring pass to Chuck a ii to which capped a 58-Yard drive. Miami led 6-0 at the half. It marked the first time Park any pitch into the bleachers. Or to misplay a routine throw second baseman Dave Cash usted to be the phils Quot holler Guy but he s stewing inside because he feels the phils Haven t rewarded Nebraska was shut out for a half in Lincoln since 1974, when Oklahoma state blanked the huskers for two quarters Miami s first half touchdown was set up when Bryan Ferguson intercepted phils from rage so him for past performance and this year s has slipped he s unsigned soon to be a free agent and without his on Field leadership the phils have no counterpart to Pete Rose or Joe Morgan Morgan is everything a ballplayer a Ferragamo pass at the Miami 47 and returned it to the Nebraska five Otis Anderson scored on the next play fumbling in the Husker end zone but recovering for the tally Fla. Holds off leu Gainesville. Fla apr second string quarterback Bill Kynes drove Florida to two touchdowns and a goal line defense in the final minute preserved a hard fought 28-23 Southeastern conference Victory Over Louisiana state saturday. Kynes ran six Yards for one touchdown and passed to Yards to tight end Jimmy Stephens for another each team handed the other a pair of touchdowns on fumbles but Kynes Mastery of the Wishbone offence earned the gators their two decisive scores should be he s hitting Over 320 with Well Over too runs batted in a stolen base record near the top of the league perhaps the Muf for the second straight year at Short both Larry Bowa of the phils and Dave Concepcion of the reds Are Spray hitters and Slick fielders the phils also have one of the Best Fielding third basemen in the no in Schmidt and he s on the verge of winning the major league Home run title. Rose scrappy if not Slick with the Glove at third will still beat you any Way he can hell Lead the no in hits and runs scored again and maybe in doubles too that s not done with Power ifs with daring Amateur Cooks women and men the Cookbook it coming sunday october 31, 1976 Send us your Best recipes especially Low calorie fish and seafood and soups amp appetizers and be eligible for the $76 grand prize $25 second prize or Sio category prize. Our panel of judges will select the to Best recipes in each category. These finalists will compete in our bake off to be held at de Kelly a inc. Look in future editions for specific Date categories meats amp poultry fish amp seafood soups amp appetizers Low calorie foods casseroles bread amp Rolls desserts amp candies vegetables salads rules All entries must be typed or printed on one Side of a Sheet of paper. Only one recipe is allowed per Sheet but More than one entry May be submitted by one person. Each recipe Movit include the entrant s name address phone number and category entered. No recipes will be returned. No recipes should have previously been published in a Cookbook of any Type nor should include package mixes. Drop by or mail your entry to Cookbook co retail advertising the High Point Enterprise . Box 1009, High Point North Carolina 27261. In Case of a duplication earliest postmark will be accepted. All recipes must be received by oct. 12. Enterprise times employees May enter but Are not eligible for prizes. �?~,0-5

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