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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 15, 1972, High Point, North Carolina College football saturday s College football results by Tho associated press East Cortland state 19, Brockport state 7 Delaware Val 6, Lycoming col 3 Glassboro state 17, Kutztown 0 Millersville St 19, Mansfield St 6 Westminster Pati Juniata College 7 Wilkes College 14, Upsala Colage 0 Alfred 23, St Lawrence 0 Cornell 24, Pennsylvania 20 c w. Post 7, Southern Conn 0 new Hampshire 17, Maine to Providence col 27, Stonehill col 0 St John s by 24 Rutgers Newark 0 Tufts 17, Norwich univ la Union College 17, Rochester 6 Vermont la Rhode Island 13 Wesleyan 31, coast guard 29 Yale 53, Brown 19 air Force 13, Boston College 9 Amherst 35, Bowdoin 13 Colgate 21, holy Cross 21 Curry College 20, bldg eat mass t Dartmouth 35, Princeton 14 Delaware 32, Connecticut 7 e Stroudsburg 34, Cheyney state i Harvard 20, Columbia in Hobart College 26, Hamilton col 14 n by Point 16, Drexel itch 6 Lehigh 21, Bucknell 0 Massachusetts 44, Boston univ 15 v Dale Bury 23, Williams col 13 Montclair 28, Central Conn St 23 northeastern is american int ii Penn state 45, army 0 Rutgers 21, Lafayette 7 Syracuse 30, Navy 14 Allegheny 13, Carnegie Mellon 6 Clarion College to i libero stale 9 Geneva College 15, Waynesburg 6 lock Haven 19, Shippensburg 14 new Hampshire 17, Maine 14 p Wattsburg St 19, Rochester term 14 Slippery Rock 17, Calif state a. 7 South f inn 16, Carson Newman 9 Centre College 14, Sewanee 7 fast Carolina 77, Citadel 21 it Valley state 67, Miles College 6 Grambling col 77, Mississippi Val 71 Mars Hill 34, Georgetown Cal 7 Salem College 29, West a Wesley 0 c inv College 40, Maine maritime 7 f Anklin a mar 27, Dickinson c of 7 Ithaca 31, Fordham 13 Lebanon Valley 78, Swarthmore 6 Trinity College a Rensselaer 0 u Lnu to Muhlenberg 0 arrester term 35, Bate collage i Alabama 24, Florida 7 Bethany w a 17, Hiram College 0 Davidson col is Burman univ 35 dust 7, Clemson 0 Georgia 14, Mississippi 13 Howard univ i West a state 0 Maryland 37, Villanova 7 North Carolina 31, Kentucky to Shepherd col i West Liberty to Virginia 45, Virginia military la Virginia tech 34, Oklahoma state 37 Bluefield state to Glenville state 0 Louisville 56, North Texas St 6 Vanderbilt i William a Mary 17 Florida Aam 4j, Morris Brown 14 i incision state 14, West Carolina it a Aryland stat i no Carolina Aat 14 Morgan state j4, South c Arn St i no Carolina St 42. Wake fore t ii the College 13, Washingtn a Jet Shaw 7, Fli Beth City j South Mississippi 34, Richmond 9 Midwest i or la a a Upa 14, Northwood much to Kent state 14, Bowling Green to Miami Ohio 31, Ohio j Michigan to Michigan stat 0 Ohio stat it. Illinois 7 Wilm Nuton col j4, Oberlin College 0 Xavier 14, Marshall tin v 0 Indiana 33, Wisconsin 7 Iowa 73, Northwestern 12 Lohn Carroll Job Grove City 12 Purdue 28, Minnesota 3 Wooster 28, mount Union i Carthage col 59, Lakeland col 4 Concordia to Iii. 14, principle col Drake univ i Northern Iowa 14 Heidelberg col 42, capital univ 14 Kansas St univ to Kansas 19 Nebraska 62 Missouri 0 notre Dame 47. Pittsburgh ii Wartburg i Simpson College la William Penn 45. Upper Iowa 0 be Rotl Wise. I augustan. Ill 21 Central col Iowa i Buena Vista Cornett College 19, St Olaf College 0 Al a Durst col 40 North Park col 31 a Lyon College 42. Casa Western 0 Langston 14, of Oklahoma St 13 Luther College 36, Dubuque ii Michigan tech 41, Wenona state i As nne sote Morns is Moorhead state 13 no Dakota St 40, augustan. S d 24 of Missouri St i of m noun 14 Crewe a kens la William Lewes i St Cloud state to Wayne St neb la St Mary Kansas 77, Bethany kens. I Toledo 20, West Michigan la Western Illinois 15, Mankato Stile 13 Wise. Whitewater 30 St Herbert 2 Adrian 22, Albion la pm mid i state Josw Minnesota 7 be Hel Mann. 30, Yankton 7 cent Michigan 21, East Kentucky 14 conc or die St p 35, Hemline 14 Culver Stockton 39, Illinois College i Dakota Wesley of. Huron College i Ferris state 74. Wayne St Mien la friends univ 27, tiber a Gustav Adolphus 14, Augsburg 9 Hope College it Olivet College 0 Knox College 36, Carleton College it m hand 42 Dana Cote a 7 Minot state 28, Jamestown 6 St Johns Minn 34, Minn Duluth 0 Wise Lacrosse 14. Wild Platteville la \a.sc, Oshkosh to wisc Stevens of 17 Wise. Riv Faits is Wise Superior 12 bail stat 28, Dayton 7 Butler 33, St Joseph sad i be Roll Mont 27, Damson state t Dakota St col 19. So Dakota Tach 7 Depauw univ 14, Rote polytechnic la Franklin Coth Indiana Central to Hanover col 22, Many Nester i North Dakota is so Dakota staff 21 Washington to 17 Wabash la cougars Blister nets by 126-78 state the 2nd half by Paul Shinn associate sports editor Charlotte the Carolina cougars Are getting their kicks Early. And they Are looking Down from atop the Eastern division of the american basketball Assn. The laughs saturday night came at the expense of the new York nets who might As Well have not been on the floor after the first Quarter. The cougars devoured the nets 126-78 for their third straight Aba Victory last night with the most ease of any of the games so far. There Wasny to much for the 8,000-plus who turned out at the coliseum for the first Home game of the cougars to pay attention to except the individual play of their favourites. And they All got in for the fans to see. Thanks to a 63 per cent floor Mark in the first half the cougars had things their own Way in the Battle for first place in the East. New York had come into the game with one Victory a a convincing Triumph Over Kentucky on Friday evening. But one night later the rebuilding nets were out of their league. Carolinas pressing defense and team offence were too much for the visitors. The cougars will try Kentucky on the Road on wednesday night leu thunders past Auburn 35-7 Baton Rouge to. Apr Jones completed to of 14 quarterback Bert Jones threw i passes for 183 Yards and picked three touchdown passes to wide up 60 Yards Rushing on eight receiver Gerald Keigley and carries ran for another to Power eighth two 0j Jones passes to Keig ranked Louisiana state to a 3 a 7 Jev covered of Yards and the Southeastern conference foot other 2? Yards. Jones started Ball Victory Over ninth ranked \ it scoring spree Early in Auburn saturday night. The first Quarter on a seven Jones playing perhaps his Yar j sweep on a pass run of most effective game for leu Tion play. Look the Tirum on scoring drive the. I so a touchdown Esol 87 and 69 Yard he firs pome in a a a Arird end Amund two times they had the Hall. The senior either passed or ran for 14 of i sirs first Downs As the bengals ran their record to is. Evert defeats King a pass from wide receiver Joe poker to tight end Brad Boyd a 6 3. 200 Pounder who literally wrestled the Ball away from Auburn a 5-10 David Beck in the end zone with nine seconds left in the half. Auburn a Only score came in the. Second Percx on a one Yard run by tailback Terry Henley. The score came seven plays after David Tongneri intercepted an i us pass and returned it to the Bengal 45. Auburn a Only other threat came with less than two minutes in the game when the plainsman now 4-1 for the sea before opening in Greensboro on Friday against Utah. With the win the cougars kept alive a Short five game winning Streak in Charlotte. Tile current Streak extending from the end of inst season ties the Best the team has done since moving to North Carolina. The last part of the contest was spent trying to work every member of the cougars into scoring column. The margin of Victory was the biggest for a Cougar team and also the lowest total allowed by a Cougar team. A we weren to trying to Embarrass them a Cougar coach i Arry Brown said a shut its hard to Call everybody off. I thought our pressure defense had a lot to do with the win. New York is a pattern club and does no to like the fast Tempo. Lint we gut the Tempo and did so Many things Well. Frankly i expected us to he Good. We accomplished so much in training and in the exhibition season. But i done to expect it to he this easy All the time new York has some Fine players and they have had to make a big adjustment with the loss of Rick Barry. But they have some players who Are going to be great. A i was worried about them after the Way we handled them twice in the preseason guard Mack Calvin led the cougars with 22 Points. Billy Cunningham followed with 20. Sub Center Tom Owens collected 18, As did Gene Littles. Littles scored 14 of his Points in the second Quarter when the cougars went from a 36-28 Lead to a 67-38 halftime advantage. Littles hit seven of eight from the floor in the first half. The Carolina defense did a Good Job on new York guard John Roche who had scored 32 on Friday against defending Eastern division Champ Kentucky. Mal Vin and Littles held Roche to to Points. Brian Taylor led the new York i by Benny Phillips associate sports editor Winston Salem . States Wolf pack spotted Wake Forest 13 Points and then split the turf of Groves stadium for a 42-13 catchup Victory. It was exactly what Wolf pack coach Lou Holtz had warned his team could happen. A i warned my players about the Many ways we could get Hurt a said Holtz. A then they went out there and did most of the things we had talked about. A but in a proud of the Way we recovered and played in the second half a added the Wolf pack coach. A football is a gone of momentum. We took the opening Kickoff and were backed up against our goal line and move the Ball. The next thing i know they throw the bomb on us. Then hit us with a Long punt return which set up their second touchdown. We could have been behind 40-0 at the end of the first Quarter instead of 13-7. A we came Back in the second half with a great Deal More enthusiasm and played Well. Wake played extremely Well a pointed out Holtz. A they hit Well and defended us Well. We get any turnovers. If Wake had gotten us 14-0 or 21-7, it would have been mighty difficult for us to make a Holtz apologized to Wake coaches for Stan Frittss fifth touchdown of the game which came late. A it was an oversight on my part. We Only have three healthy backs and if i d realized the situation we would have let someone else try to score. A i Felt Bobby Pilz had a great game As did our entire secondary. I also thought our running backs had a Fine game. They got some Tough yardage against a Good Wake defensive Wake coach Tom Harper quickly explained his decision for using freshman quarterback Andy Carlton. A after h i s performance against the inc Jaycees monday night we wanted to give him a shot a said Harper. A we worked with him All week and we Felt we had to open up our attack and throw the Ball. Andy was very impressive in the Jayvee game and i thought he acted like a Man in his first Start with the varsity. He was very Cool for it to be his first game. Those Guys up front did a whale of a Job protecting him. I done to think they state got to him All Day. A it seemed to me that state took the Cue from us in the second half. They Are As Good As you want to see in this conference. It is just disappointing to have the score at halftime like we had and then it finish the Way it did. I did t think they could score that Many Points on us a said Harper. A i done to know where the break Down was. We will have to wait and see the films. A i thought our punt coverage was super. You have to realize just How far Ramsey punts the Ball to appreciate the coverage. A i saw several encouraging things out there added Harper. A we had some players doing super jobs and they were the kind you done to notice from the the deacons Host North Carolina next saturday and state meets East Carolina at Raleigh. Duke solves a a problem Boca Raton Fla. Pony tailed Tennis Chris Evert Defeated games reigning Queen i Jean King 6-4. 6 2, in 90-degree no fourth Down. Heat saturday to move into the the Battle which extended finals of the $100 000 Virginia Wip unbeaten Streak to nine slims championship. Longest in Hie nation a was miss Evert who at 17 is la witnessed by a record 70.132 years younger than mrs. King fans. It was leu coach Charlie Carolina will face Kerry Melville of ans Mcclendone a 84th Victory Mak italia in sundays final. Ing him the winning est coach in a Ogham by Paul Shinn associate sports editor Clemson so. Duke and Clemson came into their Atlantic coast conference game saturday in somewhat similar positions. Clemson was just coming off an extended Road trip and a losing record. Duke had recently completed a losing Road trip. Both teams needed victories before the year ran out of games. And both teams had question Mark quarterbacks. Maybe that similarity proved the biggest difference. Duke got Mark Johnson Hack and he guided his team to a Victory. Clemson went with Junior Ken Pengitore ail the Way despite the fact that he had been alternating with Sophomore Mark Fellers because neither had been Able to get the Job done. Pengitore was working for Confidence and continuity but got neither. Johnson showed that his shoulder injury is healed Well enough to make him the regular Duke quarterback tile rest of the year. Clemson was his first Start at signal calling this year although he had been in for a couple of running p i a y s scoring with 19 Points. George Princess a drove to that Len one it a Ard arte / a fu.�1er a a against Washington id the line after a Roger Mitchell in a and was the Only other net Billie perception but could not score no Inutile f glues. For the game Carolina shot 61 per cent from the floor to 37 for new York. The cougars also outre hounded the nets 52-26. Orr returning to Bruin ice far West Arizona 27, hew Mexico is color to 34 Iowa Stele 72 Southern Cal 42, California 14 Southern it an i. Cola school in 0 Stanford 24, Tashir Jlon 0 Ulla 37, Oregon stale 7 Washington St 31, Oregon 14 West Montana 54, Rocky Mountain is Wyoming 20, c to state univ 9 state it l f i 14 Idaho la Northern Lune 13 8 Gram Young 21. The a. It Paia 14 Southwest Arkansas it Baylor to cd Aroma 27, i Ltd 0 Texas Southern 37, College 2 triples anyone there Are no Active players among the National league s game to leaders in lifetime triples. I onus Wagner had the most 252. And tile Tup in include such Lex a than legendary names As Jake Beckley second with 227� and Joe Kelley j 13-Point fifth seventh with 182 St in my lying made s Al is eighth with 177. Miss Melville downed Francone France 6-2, 6-2 in saturdays other semifinal match can claim $25,000 by defeating miss Evert. Chris an Amateur is not eligible for either the $25,000 first place purse or the $15 000 Zeeland place Money in tile Riche-1 women a Tennis event Ever. Mrs. King who will meet miss Durr sunday for third Pace Money of $9,000 or the $7,000 fourth place prize suffered a right leg cramp in the final game of her match against miss Evert. Her defeat however was a foregone conclusion. She was visibly affected by the heat after the first set. The fort Lauderdale Fla. High school senior got off to a it Haky Start saturday blowing three chances to break mrs. Kings serve in the first game. Miss Evert was twice at game Point on mrs. Kings second serve hut again lot the 25. Who the school s history. Durr of pro football schedule prs football at a a Taine by to Asto Nied Piet nil Swadey t came Alt to quotes Edt Atlanta it be v or tear ,2pm. Buff Alc it Oakland a p in Chicago at Cleveland i p in Cine Nae at Kansas City 2 pm. Dallas at Baltimore a p in Moulton at Pittsburgh i p in los at Phil Edelma i p in Mumm Sala a Der Var 4pm new 3 in. Giants of 5, i ranches p in Washington at it Louis 2 pm be York jets at new fax land i p in fan Diego a Miami i p in monday i game Green p by it Detroit 9pm i. Awl Warren c Algin owe buy. In i or Clam i lilt in i Manning i pre Talala new York Raster Washington i Poult i my brawn a it c r Haara j i aum a none ii Tyler Hecker i into new York c a Alma pc a fat ret f f. J p 9 of 7 2 8 a is 44 2 7 to is 4 5 la 2 14 it j j 3 4 12 pm 4 4 2 22 5-7 19 5 3 i 0 j q j 0 7 0 i of o t 4 9 12 0-2 4 i to 4 w u i i 15 0 i 2 12 85 23 20 is is in Foa it m r b 4-1 5 6 7 1-2 a 14 s 1-7 la 4 6 0 1-1 4 ii a 3 by a. i la 7 3 m it 31 of m la m u 78 4 11 n -126 Boston aim Bobby Orr tile ailing Star defensive Man of tile Boston Bruins will lie Hack on tin ice sunday when tile National hockey i league team goes against the Pittsburgh penguins at Boston Guarden. The Bruins said saturday that Orr i physician has cleared him to play. He underwent knee surgery in june and did not play in the Bruins first two games this season. A a we re pleased to have Mark said Duke coach Mike Mcgee. A a it a been killing him not to be Able to Johnson did not Start. Why a Bob Albright had a Fine week of practice a Mcgee answered a shut we had hoped that Mark could get in the game some and we would rotate our quarterbacks. Mark played so Well though that we left him Mcgee must have wondered at times if he was going of have enough people in his Backfield to even get one touchdown on the scoreboard. Mike Bomgardner who made tile Only score did not practice last week and was t scheduled to see much action. If any. But Greg Garvin got Hurt and forced Bomgardner into action. Tailback Steve Jones apparently is feeling some lingering effects from his old injury. Mcgee reported that the Sanford senior still had Chest pains and that was the reason tor taking him out. Even to the Point of relieving him of his punting chores for a while. Mcgee shifted a lot credit i for the Duke performance to the defense which also was rearranged because of injuries. Quot our defensive front four Melvin Parker fid Newman Bob Parrish and Ernie Clark did Well a Mcgee said. A but Clark got Hurt and we had to go to a one defensive end defense. Also we had to play a 17-year-old freshman Maurice corders at nose guard. A when you defense shuts out Clemson Down Here it is quite a feat. My hat is off to the defense. Clemson is big and j Strong. And they changed their offence a Little for this game but we were Able to adjust and Mcgee credited the Duke secondary with doing a Good Job of covering to allow the up men More Freedom to Rush. Ronnie hoots Buster Cox and Bill Hannenberg had Good Days tackling. A the secondary enabled the Rush to work to their quarterback and get him out of the pocket a Mcgee said. A in a disappointed that we did no to move the Ball More but Clemson a tackles gave us some problems. As far As passing is concerned we did no to plan to throw much. We thought we could maintain our ground game with the sweep option and fullback up the Middle. This has been a Happy Day for us after getting in a Clemson now has the record that Duke came into the game with and unless something is done to beef up the offence the tigers wont he much of a threat to anybody. Even the added work on offence went to naught because of penalties. A i though we moved the Ball Well at Tiger coach Bootie Ingram said. A we had see us for. I american Gas amp Oil products ii your car gelling the care a More diversified attack but when you have that Many penalties you re going to get beat. A we Felt like we had a Good game plan and it looked like we were about ready to put it Over several times. But a penalty seemed to catch up with us each time. If we Hadnot gotten some of those penalties we were close enough in there several times where Eddie Seigler would have had some closer one of those times came near the end of the first half. Duke punted and Jeff Siepe returned from the Clemson 35 to the Duke 30. But one of those clipping penalties moved the Ball Back to the Clemson 35. Moments later Seigler had to Settle for a Long hurried Field goal try when a touchdown might have been made. A we also fumbled the Ball Early and gave them Good Field Ingram continued. A twice we stopped them after a Fumble but they put it in on the third try. We had enough offence to win a 7-0 Ball if needs you con be sure Jour trained service men will give your car the finest service. George Roberts owner Roberts service Corner English re. Amp Elm Street phone 882-4722 mrs. King. The de ending Wimbledon. Us. Open and French Champion then broke the teen agers serve to go ahead 3-1. Chris rallied in Hie game As mrs. Three futile attempts at game Point. 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