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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 15, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Virginia shells Vii 45-14 Charlottesville a apr freshman quarterback Scott Gardner directed ripped Virginia to two touchdowns in the last four minutes of the first half saturday and the Cavaliers went on to a 45-14 football Romp Over Virginia military Institute extending the keyed tsp losing Streak to 16 games. Gardner took Virginia 59 Yards in five plays to snap a 7-7 tie accounting for All but the last six Yards either running or the passing. Return in the first two minutes of the third Quarter to the Vii nine Gardner scored on the first play and it was All Over As the Cavaliers with seven starters hampered by injuries evened their record at 3-3. Vii came right Back with a the freshman quarterback 66-Yard drive aided by a 29-Yard pass interference penalty against the Cavaliers. Sophomore quarterback Tom Schultze under pressure most of the Day from an aggressive touchdown. Junior quarterback scored twice in the first five minutes of the second half once after Mullins second big punt return and again at the end of a 39-Yard drive the big play a 23-Yard pass from Gardner to Sullivan. Another pass interference penalty helped Vii move 73 Yards for one More score Schultze connecting on a 27-Yard pass on fourth Down and Virginia defense hit Allen mor Gardner who passed and ran Gan we a seven Yard scoring for 243 Yards later scored pass on third Down again and threw for another car Jer replaced Allen with nearly to minutes left in the George second period and took the Cav Allen jr., son of the coach of Aliers All the Way on a second 22 to Ronnie Moore who took National football league offensive series. The Ball at the Virginia to Washington redskins put Vir he completed three passes broke away from a Tackler and then the 6 foot 3, 190-Pounder Ginia on the scoreboard in the for 37 Yards and contributed a scored hit Dave Sullivan on a 39-Yard first Quarter on a 57-Yard 16-Yard run before John Rainey Gardner who hit out 19 scoring play with 57 seconds March in five plays. Allen hit bolted Over from the six. Less passes f0r egg Varcos an j ran left in the half after Gerald four passes for 54 of the Yards than four minutes later he hit for i More on 12 carries a including an eight Yard scoring Sullivan for a 21-7 halftime toss to Mike Lacika. I Lead. Terms Maul cats Mullins punt return set it up. Mullins broke a 52-Yard punt Tenace surprised shy hero after a s Victory counted for his final score with a 14-Yard pass to Chuck belie Only 36 seconds after the final Quarter opened. Schultze the Southern conference Leader in total offence hit 12 of 25 passes for 110 Yards. Sullivan caught seven for 133 Yards for Virginia and Mullins had 157 Yards on four punt returns. Cincinnati apr Gene a i believe it a he i just stood there and looked. I East Sirdi Tenace the miners son who said of his blast into the left Wasny to trying to be a Showoff. I Yard lives just Down the River was a Field seats in the second inning just thought it was certain to pfc to cd surprised and embarrassed that put the shaggy haired ath swerve Fumble lost hero saturday in Oakland a 3-2 Fetics in front 2-0. The 26-year-old Oakland pxi�i5-V�rds Victory Over Cincinnati in the a a on the second one in the Catcher from Lucasville Ohio Vii opening game of the world fifth with no one on base i was East impressed by the fact a Rel no the Hall might be foul. That he became the first Man in i baseball history to hit 9 37-12 110 32 12-24-3 11-37 2-1 119 Vii Virginia 23 45-189 264 137 17-30-5 4-39 1-1 9-145 i 7 0�?14 7 14 10-45 Uva Lacika i pass from Allan Max Wall kick 7 pass from Schulte reds give credit to a s pitching la Pedestal beside the great Cincinnati apr the our hits Between them we Usu babe Ruth the mustachioed ability of Oakland a pitchers to keep the first three men in the Cincinnati batting order off Home a min Morgan. V Cole kick runs his first two times at Bat Uva Rainey 6 run Maxwell kick in this aged baseball classic. Pm a for Gran re it never crossed my mind a Uva Gardner nine run Maxwell kick la never uus a my Mma Uva go a it Jer 2 run Maxwell kick he said when asked if he was a min Moore 27 pass from Schultz aware of the record. Cuv/t3ii� 14 pass from aaron., asked if after hitting two 25 homers he Felt like going after a-14.000 a third Home run and a spot on Pedestal base was the key to the a a 3-2 loss did t particularly concern Victory in the world series ally native pennsylvanian replied Cincinnati manager Sparky a a shucks no. I was just out Anderson said the first game there trying to meet the j Tenace whose name is pro him. Bounced a a Tennis although it originally Urcla gets 37-7 win College Park map Maryland scored two touchdowns in 27 seconds late in the third Quarter to shake off tenacious Villanova and Post a 37-7 Homecoming football Victory Over the wildcats saturday. The terms turned the game into a rout with two More touchdowns in 56 seconds Midway through the fourth period but they were struggling with a 9-7 Lead on three Steve Mike Mayer Field goals before breaking Loose. The Victory gave Maryland a 3-2-1 record and avenged two upset losses to Villanova in the past two seasons. The wildcats 10-Point underdogs Are now 1-5 after being held to a single touchdown for the fourth time. Maryland went ahead 16-7 on a five Yard to run by Jamie Franklin with 58 seconds left in the third Quarter. Then Bob Avenir a substitute quarterback tossed a 21-Yard scoring pass to Al Bungori following an interception by linebacker Steve Zannoni. Avellini a Sophomore took Over just before half time after starter Al Neville suffered a broken right Collar Bone. Avellini completed to of 17 passes for 146 Yards including four for 55 Yards on the first scoring drive in the fourth Quarter. After Art Seymore a six Yard to run made it 30-7, Maryland defensive Back Mike Gaines intercepted a pass by Villanova substitute quarterback Bill Batty Ben Kinard another soph then replaced Avellini for his first varsity action and ran Linc Grid fans get Money s Worth by Paul Kutz Enterprise sports writer Chapel Hill a i done to know of i can still Call them the tar heels the cardiac kids a said Uno coach Bill Dooley in reference to the tag that came after the Victory Over . State. A but i still think the fans Are getting their Money a however Dooley would rather have a Dull but a More easy on the nerves rout. A a in a proud of our team but at the same time a Little concerned that we still Are not showing consistency. Kentucky is a lot better team now than they were Here two years ago. Their program is coming and they have Strong big but coach Johnny Ray of Kentucky was a Little More biting and although he admitted that Carolina had a Strong offensive line it was nothing to compare with the big boys in the Southeastern conference. A North Carolina is stronger than Indiana a Ray finally confessed to give the big ten a kick in the Shin. A they did put in a couple new wrinkles in their blocking which covered us us in the first half but we Ray turned his thoughts to the wildcats performance. A we seemed to sputter offensively in the first half. Ray trojans feed bears 42-14 Pac-8 defeat los Angeles apr ranked Southern California quarterback Mike Rae ran for romped Over the bears 42-14 two touchdowns through gaping saturday in a Pacific-8 Confer holes in the California line and ence football game fullback Sam Cunningham the Troj Roui their plunged for tw0 More a a up sixth Victory Wilhoit defeat boosted their Pac-8 record to 3-0 with a balanced attack of passing and Rushing. Uscz a Quick defense checked the bears 1-5 Overall and 1-1 in league play until the trojans led 21-0 in the third Quarter before 56.488 in memorial coliseum. Cunningham a second touchdown drive from one Yard out gave us its three touchdown halftime Lead but Razorbacks top Baylor Fayetteville. Ark. Apr Arkansas tailback Dickey Morton topped 130 Yards Rushing or the third time in four weeks and scored two touchdowns As the 20th-ranked, ,. Razorbacks held on for a 31-20 he precede dog play May prove Victory Over Baylor saturday. I costly to the trojans Barga tight end got a slight hip Pointer on the Kickoff after our score and he was out the rest of the first half. It is not a serious injury but much of our offence revolves around Barga was held to just 51 Yards pass receiving and seven Yards on the ground As Carolinas defense came up with some big plays. But Dooley was displeased with the defense. A your defense did Okay at times but we were not consistent. Our tackling was not too Good at times. I done to want to single out players before i see the films but i did think Jimmy Deratt did an outstanding Job for it was Deratt a six foot 193-Pound Sophomore i i n a Backer who blocked two of James Mckay a passes and was often in on the big plays. Dooley also complimented Nick Vidnovich a play. A Vidnovic did a Good Job of leading our attack. And our backs ran hard. Certainly Ike Oglesby had one of his better Days. We ran the fullback a lot because we had noticed that the Kentucky linebackers play kind of deep in their 4-4 defense and we wanted to keep them honest. A offensively we played Well at times. I was disappointed that we did no to get a score near the end of the first half and that we did t hold onto the Ball near the end of the game when we needed to do opener saturday according to a a in a not he said in was originally Renacci pro. a. Men replaced Avellini for hic a Quot a Quot a a Pianer nation Lynn Swann the reds. The reds subdued clubhouse noun ten a Chi a from his Corvallis Ore. Apr l a a site anti re in Baylor trailing 21-0 in the a 1 n inn 1 an Quot Cincinnati a Pete Rose Joe a a maybe i should be. Maybe i second iteration italian an Tensive tackle Rich Gunther Wace for a ads cd a fourth period rallied to make it Iroff of a in be Morgan and Bobby Tolan each Wiki be a vestry acknowledged that he fico veet a full Hie and he or Neh hmm the to 28-20 after defensive end Roger _. T a a to reached base Only once slow. A we 1 j ing an offence that depends on Derson s�?~.,id those three men to score ahead of Power hitters Johnny Bench and Tony Perez. A Vii of by i Heil tic Hun he Capata i Ltd a com Zug Aller Tuu a Vul to _ once was so discouraged at fail-�n�?1 Huick kick , up Goree blocked two consecutive with an injury to is knew the Villanova Maryland Arkansas punts deep in razor extent of injury was not known. A 21 l. in i a we had opportunities a Ashure to find has True spot in a clan a first two touchdowns we just did to Basheba a that he was on the saturday a the use them. One of those opportunities verge of quitting. Bruins As the mowed Down 14th-ranked push to Yards Oregon Yard a 1 passes a i started out As a shortstop. Slate 37-7 in a Pacific-8 con punts a. A a i _ to a i it. We have to get those Guys came in the Cincinnati seventh then i played Outfield and Ference football game on to win a said Pitcher Gary Wen shortstop Dave on pitched some a he said sipping Gunter a 19-year-old soph Nolan who took the loss. Cencion led off with a single. From a can of Beer in front of Omore from Moraga calif., re Bench who got two hits and with Ted Uhlaender hitting his locker at riverfront Sta a overed an attempted Quick scored both Cincinnati runs. Oakland called a pitch out and drum. A once i played All Nineke cd on third Down at the Ore f Umbles lost penalties Yordt 21-4 Iai 14-35-2 13-40 1-0 7-5 Back territory. Morton a flashy i is Junior netted 157 i Best As a razorback 44 149 105 14-25-1rae who ran to Yards 170-Pound through left tackle for uses Yards his second touchdown answered a on 34 at calms first score with an eight agreed. Oncepcion was tagged out try a we have to get the first ing to steal. Three on a he said. A your game the throw to shortstop Beri is set to them getting on Ica Paneris was off the bag. Steal a base run make your and Concepcion claimed he was not tagged. Rose pointed out Bench was a the never touched con the Lead off hitter in four in Cencion said. A this hand went rings saturday for the reds. A ver a we Haven to been winning Campaneria disagreed. A i with Bench coming up with no brushed him with my Glove one on base a he said. A Bench from head to shoulder a a he had two hits and Perez had two a d hits a he noted. A when they get after the aborted steal. Rose a Jand Morgan both walked but positions in a game. I about ready to quit. Then in minutes remaining in the first 1968 they turned me into a Catcher but i was getting pret period. The against the Detroit Tenace went 0-14 and in the fourth game at Detroit inserted As a second baseman he dropped a throw in the 10th inning which helped the tigers win and Force a climactic fifth game. In that deciding game the Ting up a three Yard scoring tigers run by fullback Gary Campbell. Villanova a o o 7 a a Maryland 0 6 17 14�?17 o Mary leg Mike Mayar w i Mary pm be Mayer 27 a i Vii Polit 14 interception return hoi1 land kick Al Mary pm Mike Mayer 27 Mary Franklin 5 run Mike Meyer h kick Ai Mary Bungori 21 pan from Avellini i i Mike Mayer kick the Mary Seymore run Mike Mayer i kick a Mary Kinard 34 run Mike Meyer i j kick a�?26,142 be and three Yards. Sophomore quarterback Pat the Victory left Arkansas at Haden completed a 40-Yard standings with a Fer touchdown pass to tight end 2-0 Charles Young late in the third in Quarter and a nine Yard scorch ing toss to Young in the fourth period. The people to know. The place to go. Save on new amp rebuilt automotive parts for All makes and models phone 885-5047 or 885-5048 sides Auto Supply co. Inc. 312 e Washington drive Michigan outlasts spartans this it 00 save �?o2 ,4 to co were stranded on base. Nace quickly swapped his Nolan said he a Hung a couple goats horns for a heroes Gar of curve balls to Oakland land by singling Home the run Catcher Gene Tenace who that clinched the Pennant and slugged both for Home runs sent the athletics into their driving in the a a three runs first world series since 1931. Buffs whip Iowa St. Ann Arbor Mich. A Sophomore Wingback go Chap Boulder Colo. A largest Ever to attend a sport Man zipped 58 Yards Down the Junior tailback Charlie Davis ing event in the state of Colora left Side on a reverse for a and Sophomore split end Steve do. Touchdown with less than nine Haggerty each scored two the 13th-ranked buffaloes minutes to play to pad a pre touchdowns and Barefoot kicker who had scored Only one first carious m Lead and give fifth Fred Lima booted a pair of Quarter touchdown in their first ranked a Hogan a j0-� big ten Field goals including a big five games took a Quick 14-0 football Victory Over Michigan fight record 57-yarder, As Colo Lead Over the cyclones on their Blate saturday Rado whipped Iowa state 34-22 first two possessions. Iowa in Tif us met satterday in College foot Bau. State could get no closer than Quot i a i i u ,115s the crowd of 51,668 was the seven Points after that out their Arch rivals. The Sec-1-_ Ond largest crowd Ever to see a us game at home�?103,735�? watched As Michigan ran its conference record to 2-0 and its Over a Mark to 5-0 while handing the spartans their fourth consecutive loss in a 1-4 record making them 1-1 in the conference. It was a blistering defensive Battle throughout and until Chapmans to the outcome was in doubt As the underdog spartans played Michigan to a near standoff. The 5-foot-9, 185-Pound speedster from Elizabeth n.j., got a key Block from tackle Paul Seymour which sent him Loose for the final 45 Yards to pay dirt. Michigan had taken a 3-0 Lead in the second Quarter on a 22-Yard Field goal by Sophomore Mike Lantry the first of his career. Michigan state was deprived of a 23-Yard touchdown sprint by quarterback Mark Neisen on the drive following the Field goal. The spartans were caught clipping and subsequently Dave Brown intercepted a Neis pass at the us seven to kill the drive. Michigan killed another mus rally when Craig Mutch recovered spartan halfback Dave Browne a Fumble in the Wolverine end zone in the third Quarter. On mod Iii a d a Quot of i now Quot ii it wig. In now with a better Deal Ona Coleman camping trailer the camper s camper Coleman. This is the one you be always wanted. 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