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&>a^s»es9ai^3a«®sai^^ [Favored \ NEW YORK (AP) — And now it's icblorado's turn to try and slow down the yardagehungry Oklahoma Sooners. ; \The home field might give Oklahoma ja slight edge,\ says Nebraska's Bob fDevaney of Saturday's battle of Big lEight unbeatens, the nationally second- ranked Sooners and the sixth-rated Buffaloes. \An absolutely awesome offense,\ said Darrell Royal after Oklahoma Rimmed his Texas team 48-27 Saturday, rushing for 435 yards. \The most dynamic offense in college football,\ says Colorado's Eddie Crowder, mentioning the entire back- |ield of quarterback Jack Mildren, half- acks Greg Pruitt and Joe Wylie, fullback Leon Crosswhite and Roy Bell, ho subbed for the injured Wylie (ankle pram) against Texas. 'Those are the guys,\ said Crowder. jTm not afraid of the other 62,000 who'll e there. Pruitt looks to me like the best iack in the conference since Gale j^iyers and he's doing it more con- istently.\ Consistently enough to gain 205 yards jainst Southern Cal and 216 against jexas and be named national Back of ie Week twice running by The As- pciated Press. I \There's going to b e a lot of electricity own here,\ says Oklahoma's Chuck lairbanks. That being the case, we'll go flth Franklin's team (split end Willie, kat is), OKLAHOMA. Kansas at Nebraska—\If the ball punced right for us, we have a chance [win the game,\ says Don Fambrough f Kansas. \But we're not fooling our- Ilves. We have to play a great game. I In't see a weakness in their team.\ |kn the immortal words of Duffy fiagherty, when one of his Michigan late players complained that it seemed wthough George Gipp were reaching up torn below and directing the ball in a Mme with Notre Dame: \You mean |rop is reaching down from above, fpn'l be sacreligious.\ NEBR- ASKA. j|Texas vs. Arkansas at Little Rock—- lexas won 15-14 two years ago in Ifiootout No. 1. Texas won 42-7 last jeason in Shootout No. 2. Texas is pretty Hell shot up and crippled for this' Rationally televised game. Until last week, Texas hadn't lost to Oklahoma fence 1966. Texas hasn't lost to Arkansas fince 1966. Coincidences aside ... fEXAS. ••I Tennessee vs. Alabama at Bir- mingham—Bear Bryant doesn't like to lose to anyone, especially one of his former players. Tennessee's Bill Battle iiailed him 24-0 a year ago. Bear bites Bill Battle back. 'BAMA. Auburn at Georgia Tech—Auburn seemed ripe to be taken last week but ;gol by Southern Mississippi unim- pressively. Tech's season has gone lose- jwin-lose-win-lose ... and ... AUBURN. Penn State at Syracuse—The v preseason experts said this would be for the Eastern championship and the Lambert Trophy. Penn State is unbeaten and ranked first in the East but Syracuse is only 2-1-1 and ranked sixth after a stumbling start. PENN STATE. Arizona State vs. Oregon State at Portland—Sun Devils' 21-game winning streak is second longest in the country. But it's getting close to Halloween. Upst Special of the Week gives one timid vote to Dee Andfos, the Great Pumpkin of ... OREGON STATE. Stanford at Southern California— Despite a disappointing 2-3 record, the feeling exists that the Trojans can put i t all together when they want to. The personnel is there and Stanford started their downfall a year ago. SOUTHERN CAL. Western Michigan at Toledo— The nation's longest winning streak comes to ... 29 games. TOLEDO. Washington at Oregon—The football may never come down with Sonny Sixkiller pitching for Washington and either Dan Fouts of Harvey Winn for ... OREGON. Purdue at Northwestern—It's Purdue's Gary Danielson against North- western's renowned secondary. Just a hunch ... PURDUE'. Southern Mississippi at Mississippi— USM did it last year 30-14. Ole Miss glad to be through with Alabama and Georgia. MISSISSIPPI. Army at Air Forced-Falcons are tough in the Colorado altitude. Army could surprise, but ... AIR FORCE. Alley £) & BY TED COMO Dodds now edge Oscars and E. K. and P. Stiles by-one point for top spot in the Fran LeRoux Classic, rolled Monday of last week. Led by Carl McWilliams, 190- 217-189 for 596; and Slim Kendall, 174- 188-221 for 583, Doddl's took all four points from Heuvelton Lumber while Oscars and E. K. and P. Stiles split points. The team racked up a high single of 970 and finished with 2817 overall. Larry Doe Was high single at 257 and John Wicks tripled 612 to lead all bowlers. Fred's took 2V 2 from Al's. Top ten bowlers in the league are now Loren Beard, 196; Slim Kendall, 193; Jim Boyer and Larry Doe, 191 each; Dick Volans and Carl McWilliams, 190 each; Ed Wicks, 189; Dave Dodds, 186 and Dave Cameron, 184. Aubrey Duvall got off to a toad start and i s tail gunner at 184. Three point winners in the Arterial League Tuesday were The Brewery from Kinney's Drugs; Stablemates from Glenna's; Gamache's from Kelley's; Vinnies from Genessee Five and the Lodge from Howard's Hotel. St. Lawrence County Farmers Insurance got 2V2 from the Anchordown. High bowlers were Belle Andrews, 531; Barbara Barr, 52pi; Martha Legault, 511; Janet Dodd, 506; Glenna LeMay, 502 and Janet Dodd and Martha Legault, high single with 202 each. 206 single led all bowlers and Sheldons as they split with Newells, fourth and Prey's, fifth. Cash OiJ captured four from the Gravelines; Basta's took three from Hillside Camps and Gams got three from Prey's Chevron. Alice Kench, 193 and 503 was high tripple with Betty Simmons, 184; Thelma Gebes, 183 for 455 and D. Spooner, 174 for 473 leading (heir teams. Franks were knocked out of the three way lie in the St. Lawrence League Thursday, losing three to Bay view. Allen's took them all from Rothel's to insure their lop standing. Highland Acres beat Bishop's 4-0; L. and N. Laundry took three from Fred's Tavern; Perry Five split with Briggs; Acco lost three to Heuvelton Oil; George Hall earned three from Hepburn and Dairy Queen were beat 3-1 b y Spector's.. Grace Thomas, 244 and Mary Pike, 579, again proved their ability and finishing high were Barb Barr, 473; Laura Richer, 449; Pat Ewart, 447; Wanda Seguin, 456; Ann Wallace, 462; Shirley Kelley, 415; Betty Grennon, 475; Marilyn Scruton, 455; and Pat Angrove, 456. Dick Reynolds swept the action in Wednesday Classic meeting, rolling a 256 single and finishing with 666 for Sholette's. Al Smith was the only other 600 bowler with a 625. Vinn's still lead the league at 17 after taking four from Black Label; Leamy's got 2V 2 from Sholettes; Maple City Softball won three from Zikes; Busters swamped Al's, 4-0; Selley's earned three from Ogdensburg Video and Kelly's lost three to Chappies. Reynolds bowled games of 209-256 and 201. He started the second game with a spare, then put seven strikes in a row together, finishing with two spares. All Smith rolled games of 177-215-233 for his 625. Al Amo took a 590 series with 175-204 and 211. So far this season Dick Volans' 671 tie for high season single, 269 with Bill Reed at 259 in second; and seasonal averages list Aubrey first at 198; Dick Volans, 190; Dick Reynolds, 190; Reed, 189; Ron Carpenter, 188; Carmen Allen, 187; Dick Bayne, Dick Sargent and Wes Schofell, 185 each and Ed McCarthey, 184. In the Kuples Klub Sunday the Goof Offs, goofing off as usual, split with the Boozers, who couldn't stay on the right lanes; Friendly Four made enemies out of Mike's Deli, taking all four; the Golddiggers only panned one point from the Keglers and Dixie Lee lost all to the Relatives. James Boyer, 232 and 580 led the gents and Virginia Bracy, 160 and 440 paced the ladies. High triples: ReggieMcClear, 556; Ed Wicks, 551; Gary Cooke, 545; Nancy Hooper, 429; Mary Griffith, 401 and Carole Krouse, 391. Some league statistics: High average, Ed Wicks, 189; Gary Cooke, 182 and Ray Montroy, 178; for the ladies, Virginia Bracy, 155; Shirley Jones, 140 and Carol McClear, 133; High series: Relatives, 738' and high men's singles, Ed Wicks, 233 and James Boyer, 232. High team series Friendly Four, 2147; High women's singles, Virginia Bracey, 190 and Carole McClear and Trudy France, 162; High men's triples: Ed Wicks, 620 and James Boyer, 580 and high ladies' triples; Virginia Bracey, 496 and Nancy Hooper, 422. Bob Bradley tripled 584- Thursday in Men's Seaway to lead Nichol's to take four from Collin's, keeping them number one team. High in the league were Jim Rose, 592 and Jerry LaRose, 590. Whit's took four from Home Improvement; Seans split with Fisher's; Murray's got three from Doug's; D. J. C. split with Rose's and Basta's split with Don's Esso. Les Bastien, 504; Al Cardinal, 524; George Lemke, 529; Howard Kench, 529; Chuck Loqkwood, 557; Dick Kuca, 525; Vern Williams, 508; Dick Kelso, 546; Nick Armano, 528 and George Sharpe, 554, were high rollers for their respective teams. In the Valley League Venora Voight's Maple Leaf Leauge met Monday with Dick Reynolds whipping out a 653 series for Pagano's as they took three from Vinn's. High single was Jerry LaRose's 236. Elsewhere, Rose's took three from Marlow and Sons; Gas Light lost all to Fred's; P. and C. took four from Shurtleff's; Bob's Station got four from Lisbon's and Rescue Squad lost three to Cash Oil. Buck Tebo finished with 597; Dick Sargent, 596; Bob Bradley, 585; John Leopold, 573; Ken McWilliams, 573; Hank Norman, 558; Paul Amo, 556 and Bob Kline, 550. Bob's Service Stations leads the league with 17 points. NOTE: Results for leagues bowled Sunday thru Wednesday must be in the Journal by Friday morning; leagues meeting Thursday thru Saturday should have results in by the following Tuesday. Minor Hockey Sets Registration Tonight Pre-seasom minor hockey league player registration will be held this week on tonight and Thursday, Oct. 14, from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. al the City Hall. Thursday, Oct. 21 will be the final registration day. Registration fee is $3.00 for ages up to 12 and $4.00 for ages 12,13 or 14, Any boy who turns 15 before or on December 31 is ineligible to play in the Minor Hockey League. Little or n o skating skill is required for the younger players. Very young players up to the age of seven will play in ihe Mite division. Every player who has the desire, will be assigned to a locally sponsored team and will play hockey. Minimum equipment necessary iS helmeth, Stick, cup supporter and skates. Sacrificing parents are an asset also. Vancouver, Blues Heuvelton Nears Title Get First Victory In Valley League Race The Vancouver Canucks and the St. Louis Blues cracked the win column Tuesday night fo'r the first time in the young National Hockey League season. The Canucks, beaten in their first two games, shaded the Philadelphia Flyers 3-2. The Blues whacked the Buffalo Sabres 4-1 to even their record in the new season at 1-1. Andre Boudrias banged home two goals in the second period to lead the Canucks to their victory over the Flyers before 15,570 fans on home ice. Chris Brodeleau assisted on three goals for the Blues to delight a turnout of 17,583 at St. Louis. Brodeleau had a hand in the goals tallied by Gary Sabourin, Noel Pieard and Bill Sutherland. Richard Martin got the Buffalo goal for a 1-1 tie early in the game before the Blues pulled away. No other NHL games were scheduled Tuesday night. Heuvelton Bulldogs apparently are heading for the Valley League title. The Bulldogs are in first place with a 3-0 record. In last week's contest the Bulldogs defeated unbeaten Lisbon, 12-6. The loss gave Lisbon a 2-1-1 record with only one game left to play. Clifton-Fine's record is 2-1. Tied with Lisbon place is Morristown with a 2^1-1 record. In the Heuvelton-Lisbon clash last week both teams stopped drives in the first quarter. Heuvelton got to the five yard line but. Curt Ross fumbled and Lisbon recovered. A Russell Moore pass was intercepted by Allen Rickett who returned it 15 yards and then Jeff Richards ran the final 25 yards for the touchdown. •» Lisbon tied it up just before in- termission on a one yard plunge by \John Paxton. Paxton set up the score with a series of runs by Paxton. Heuvelton barely got on the scoreboard with seconds remaining in the half but Jeff Richards fumbled oh the six inch line and time ran out. Lisbon snuffed out another Heuvelton drive after the second half kickoff on a fumble recovery. Allan Gutterson, rangy end for the Heuvelton Bulldogs got the final six points as he got behind tne Lisbon safety and made a spectacular catch for the touchdown. Dana Loucks 40 yard touchdown run . with an intercepted Lisbon pass was called back on a clipping penalty. Curt Ross carried the ball 27 times for 105.yards, Richards, 8 carries for 78 yards and completed six out of 10 passes for 88 yards. Chris Havens led the defense with 20 tackles. World Series On The Lights Tonight PITTSBURGH (AP) - Lefthander Luke Walker, who has spent much of the season in Manager Danny Murtaugh's doghouse, had the job of keeping Pitt- sburgh rebounding against Baltimore tonight in the first World Series game ever played at night. The Pirates, stung for two straight losses in Baltimore, bounced back with a 5-1 victory Tuesday. II came on the, ihreehit pitching of Steve Blass— who left his personal scouting report 250 miles away—and a three-run homer by Bob Robertson, who missed a bunt sign and swung away. Now if Walker can make a couple of mistakes like that, Pittsburgh will really be back in business. Walker has a deceptive' record. He was 10-8 during the regular season but won four of those decisions in the final month. Murtaugh however, suspected I hat he was working with a sore arm—a cardinal sin in the Pirate Manager's mind. So Walker was passed over in the playoff series against San Francisco and in (he first two Series games at Baltimore, when the Orioles belted the Pirate pitching staff. \Sure I've wondered a lot about why i haven't been used,\ said Walker. \But I just keep my mouth shut. Number 4o (Murtaugh) has the answers.\ Meanwhile, Murtaugh hoped Walker was the answer for the Pirates against Pat Dobson, the fourth 20-game winner the Orioles have thrown at the Pirates. Pittsburgh finally caught up with one of Ihe Birds' aces in the third game when Robertson rifled his homer against Mike Cuellar to put the icing oh Blass's strong pitching job. The funny part of the homer was that it was supposed to be a bunt. Roberto Clemente opened the seventh inning by reaching first on an error by Cuellar. Then Willie Stargell walked for the third time in the game. That brought up Robertson and Murtaugh flashed a swing sign on the second pitch. Robertson fouled the ball off, and in the dugout, Murtaugh decided to switch signals. \We saw that Brooks Robin- son was playing him deep at third,\ said Murtaugh, \so we decided to bunt.\ Third base coach Frank Oceak dutifully passed the bunt sign along and both runners saw it. But Robertson didn't. He swung away and the ball soared over the 385-foot sign in right center for a three-run homer. When the red-haired slugger crossed home plate, Stargell greeted him with a grin and said: \That's the way to bunt.\ That's when Robertson realized he had missed a sign. Box Score World Series at Pittsburgh Third Game BALTIMORE ab r h bi Buford If 4 0 0 0 Rettenmd cf 4 0 0 0 JPowell lb '4000 FRobinsn rf 4 12 1 Hendrcks c 3 0 0 0 BRobinsn 3b 3 0 10 DJohnson 2b 3 0 0 0 Belanger ss 3 0 0 0 Cuellar p • 10 0 0 Dukes p 0 0 0 0 Shopay ph ' v 10 0 0 Watt p * 0 0 0 0 Total 30 1 3 1 Cash 2b AOliver cf Clemente rf Stargell If BRobrrsn lb Sanguilln -c Pagan 3b Alley ss Hernandz ss Blass p Total Baltimore PITTSBURGH ab r h bi 4 110 4 0 0 0 4 111 1-10 0 4 113 4 12 0 4 0 2 1 ^2000 10 0 0 4 0 0 0 32 5 7 5 000 000 100-1 Any defensive player in football- is eligible to intercept a forward pass and Pittsburgh 100 001 30x—5 E —J .Powell, BRobinson, Cuellar. DP—Baltimore 1. LOB—Baltimore 4, Pittsburgh 9. 2B—Cash, Pagan, Sanguillen, H R — F. Robinson (2)', B.B.obertson (1). IP H R ER BB SO Cuellar (L, 0-1) 6 5 4 5 4 Dukes 1 0 0 0 0 0 Watt 1 0 0 0 0 1 Blass ( W , 1-0 ) 9 3 112 8 T—2:20. A—50,403. Michelle Rothberg Wins Football Test Michelle Rothberg, Morning Star Trailer .Court, Ogdensburg, was the winner of last week's Journal football contest. Michelle picked nine winners including the Oklahoma upset over the . Texas Longhoms.. Ony a. handful of last week's con- testants, picked the New England Patriots over the New York Jets. Michelle went along with the odds and also picked the Jets who were surprised 20-0 by the New Englanders. Be sure to enter this week's contest which will appear-in today's Journal. pp&KZONE WINNER •- Joe Lynch, eight-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lynch, 616 Greene St. advanced Saturday in the zone competition of the annual Purity Pass and Kick competition sponsored by the Ford Motor Company. Lynch will compete this Saturday for district honors in Syracuse. He is seen here holding the local and zone trophies that he has won t o date. Locally the PP&K contest is co-sponsored by the Ogdensburg Boys' Club arid Collins Motor Sales. (Dupont Photo) THE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13,1971 PAGE 17 Pistons' Lanier Breaks Toe In Win Over N.Y. Muscular Bob Lanier, the hulking center who helped the Detroit Pistons get off on the right foot in the 1971-72 National Basketball Association season, will undergo X-rays today for a possible fracture of his small left toe. The 6-foot-ll Lanier, now a trim but still powerful 263 pounds, was told Tuesday night that his toe was broken after he had led the Pistons to a 91-84 victory over the New York Kni- ckerbockers in the season opener for both clubs. In other openers, Seattle over- whelmed Buffalo 123-90, Cincinnati 1 rimmed Atlanta 127-113, and Philadelphia heat Chicago 114*100. Lanier, the former All-American from St. Bonaventure who lost 22 pounds in a summer exercising program, said he bruised his toe Monday in an accident at home. \It was all right against the Knicks,\ he continued, \until sorhebody^either Willis Reed or Dave DeBUSschere-r-jumped on it With five or six minutes left in the game.\ Lanier finished the game, playing a total of 46 minutes, and Wound up the game's high scorer with 29 points. He also grabbed 17 rebounds, tying the Knicks' Jerry Lucas for top honors. Afterward^ the physician at New York's _ Madison Square Garden made the diagnosis of the broken toe. \I hope I won't have to miss any games,\ said Lanier after outmuscling Reed. After the game, the Pistons flew to Detroit, where Lanier will undergo X- rays of his ailing toe today. Last Season, his first in the NBA, Lanier \was slowed by a right knee which had undergone surgery. Still, he ooooooooooooooooooo § Basketball | National Basketball Association Eastern Division averaged 15.6 points a game and was second on the Pistons in rebounding with 665. The big pivotmah also revealed lhat the Pistons had held a team meeting earlier Tuesday.in an. effort to smooth out some internal problems. \Some of the guys were bickering at each other,\ he explained. \We have an abundance of forwards and some of Ihem were unhappy about not playing enough. \Also in the pre-season games, we -weren't looking out for-each other on the court, and we wanted to establish more, consistency. You've got to be -self- sacrificing oh the court and be con- sistent to make the playoffs. Actually^ they finished with- a 45-37 record, their best since 1957, but had the misfortune of playing in the Midwest Division, where all four clubs played over .550 ball. They wound up in last place. Dave Bing, the Pistons' scoring leader in each of his five seasons on the club, contributed 24 points against the Knicks, including 16 in the second half. Reed, who underwent knee surgery after last season, paced the Knicks with. 20 points, but snared only nine rebounds. Lucas, in his first regular-season game as a Knick, hit on only one of 12 field goal attempts. Over-all, the Knicks sank 36 of 94 field attempts for 38 per cent, com- pared to Detroit's 35-77 for 45V2 per cent. \It was a combination of their defense and our not adjusting, keeping our poise and getting the good shot,\ said a disappointed Red Holzman, Knicks' coach. Spencer Haywood, the former Olympic star-playing his first full season in the NBA, collected 29 points and 14 rebounds in leading Seattle's romp over Buffalo. Haywood made ll-of-14 field goal attempts as the SuperSonics hit 54 per cent from the field. Phila. Boston Buffalo New York W.. L...Pct..G.B. 1 0 1:000 — 0 0 .000 M. o i .ooo i 0 1 .000 1 Central Division Cine. , .:-. 1 0 1.000 — Bait. 0 0 .000 V 2 cieve. ^o o .ooo y 2 Atlanta 0 1 .000 1 . Western Conference Midwest Division Detroit 1 0 1.000 — Milw. '0 0 .000 —: Phoenix • 0 0 .000 %_ Chicago \ 0 1 .000 1 Pacific Division Seattle 1 o. 1.000 — Golden St. 0 0 .000 V 2 Houston 0 0 .000 V 2 Los Angls. 0 0 .000 Vz Portland 0 0 .000 V 2 Tuesday's' Results Detroit 91, New York 84 Cincinnati 127, Atlanta 113 .Seattle 123, Buffalo 90 Philadelphia 114, Chicago 100 Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games No games scheduled run. with it. Duffy Daugherty is in his 18th season as Michigan State football coach. American Basketball ation Regular season begins Denver al Utah Associ-. East Division W L T -Pts GF GA N York 10 13 8 5 Toron 10 13 6 5 Buff 1 1 0 2 3, 5 Vanev 12 0 2 8 9 Monl 0 0 1144 Boston . 0 1 0 0 1 4 Detroit 0 2 0 0 36 \West Division Chicago 2 0 0 4 6 3 L Ang 1 0 1 3 8 7 Minn 10 0 2 4 2 Calif 0 0 2 2 7 7 Pitts 110 2 44 S Louis 110 2 6 7 Phila 0 2 0 0 4 6 Tuesday's Results St, Louis 4, Buffalo 1 Vancouver 3, Philadelphia 2 Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games Detroit at Toronto Boston at New York St. Louis at Chicago Philadelphia at California Pittsburgh at Los Angeles Only games scheduled

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