1981 HARVARD FOOTBALL STATISTICS

Schedule, Results to Date (2-3-1)

Score  Att Sept. 19 at Columbia*  236 W  4745 Sept. 26 Holy Cross  1933 1  17500 Oct. 3 Army  1327 1  16000 Oct. 10 at Cornell*  2720 W  12500 Oct. 17 Darmouth*  19 24 1  25000 Oct. 24 Princelon*  17 17 1  W 500 Oct. 31 at Brown* Nov. 7 at William & Mar Nov. 14 Penn* Nov. 21 at Yale* *Ivy League (1 0)

1981 HARVARD FOOTBALL STATISTICS Team Statistics   Harvard  Opponent Points  199  177 First Downs  111  104 Yards Rushing  1320  917 Yards Passing  640  945 Total Offense  1960  1862 Return Yardage  168  178 Passage Cpl/Att/Int  48/108/6  80/152/12 Points/Avg  31/35/5  31/34 7 Fumbles/Lost  9/6  13/3 Penalties/Yards  57/411  28/232

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Rushing Player  G  Att  Avg  Iq  ID Jim Callinan  6  124  598  48  19  2 Jim Ancheson  6  88  355  40    15  3 Ron Cuccia  6  62  212  34  24  1 Jim Garvey  6  14  71  51  16  0 Steve Branucci  4  11  42  38  10  0 Scott McCabe  5  8  29  36  7  0 Don Allard  4  3  23  77  22  0 Mike Ernst  5  3  20  67  9  0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Passing Player  G  CpllAtt  Pct  yds  Int  ID Ron Cuccia  6  42/96  437  559  4  3 Don Allard  4  5/10>  500  60  2  0 Jim Callinan  6  1/2  500  21  0  1

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Total Offense Leaders Player  G  Att  Yds  IDBC Ron Cuccia  6  158  221  4 Jim Callinan  6  126  619  3 Jim Acheson  6  88  355  2

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Pass Receiving Player  G  Ct  Yds  Iq  ID Jim Aceson  6  11  133  28  0 Jim Callinan  6  10  98  23  0 Paul Scheper  5  8  91  21  2 Dirk Killen  6    144  48  0 Steve Bianucci  4  5  122  40  1 Bill McGlone  6  3  28  15  1 Jim Garvey  6  3  13  9  0 Linus O'Donnell  6  2  21  12  0s

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Tackling Leaders Player  Tackles  Assets  Total Joe Azelby  37  8  45 Scott Murrer  36  7  43 Andy Nolan  32  4  36 Tom Clark  28  4  32 Louis Varsames  24  5  29 Rocky Delgadillo  24  5>  29 Joe Margolis  20  3  23 Mario Mallis  12  7  19 Pat Fleming  17  2  19 Dave Sauve  16  3  19

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Interception Returns Player  G  No  Yds  Iq  ID Rocky Deigadillo  6  4  70  58  1 Joe Azelby  6  2  17  12  0 Peter Coppinger  5  1  10  10  0 Scott Mutter  6  1  661  0 Andy Nolan  6  1  1  1  0 Mark Rollins  6  1  1  1  0 Chns Myer  6  1  0  0  0  0 Mars Mills  6  1  1  0  0  0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Kickoff Returns Player  No  Yds  ID  Iq  Avq Scott McCabe  12  187  0  27  156 Jim Acheston  4  68  0  27  170 Paul Schepet  2  35  0  18  175 Steve Ernst  2  29  0  20  145

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Punt Returns Player  No  Yds  ID  Iq  Avq Scott McCabe  8  24  0  9  30 Rocky Delgadillo  6  11  0  9  18 Paul Scheper  1  11  0  11  110 Jim Azelby  1  9  0  9  90 Jum Mullen  1  8  1  8  80 John Dailey  1  0  0  0  00

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Punting Player  No  Yds  Iq  Avq Jim Villanueva  30  1102  65  367

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Scoring Player  ID  PA1/1  PA1/2  IG  Pts Jim Villanueva  0  10 11  00  913  37 Jim Acheson  3  00  00  00  18 Jim Callinan  2  00  00  00  12 Paul Scheper  2  00  00  00  12 Ron Cuccia  1  00  00  00  6 Steve Bianucca  1  00  00  00  6 Bill McGlone  1  00  00  00  6 Rocky Delgadillo  1  00  00  00  6 Jim Mullen  1  00  00  00  6

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Kick-Scoring Situation  by Villnueva 17 30 Yd LG  33 31 40 Yd LG  69 41 50 Yd LG  01 51 60 Yd LG  00 Total LG  93 AP /PA  1011 Istal Points  32

Football Notebook B.S.

Running Bear loves Little White Dove but Passing Bear prefers Steve Jordan, it seems. Brown quarterback Hank Landers, who has thrown for over 1400 yards this season and is no his way to new single-season Bruin marks in passing and total yardage, has connected with tight end Jordan 21 times for 486 yards and three touchdowns this season.

The Harvard secondary, which Princeton's talented Bob Holly picked apart to the tune of 278 yards last week, will be charged with stopping the combination when the Crimson travels to Providence tomorrow.

"We're not going to do anything special or different," said cornerback Peter Coppinger, "but we'll be aware of where Joran is at all times. "The man Joe Restic calls the "best tight end in the Ivies" stands 6-t., 4-in, tall, weighs in at 228 pounds and earned Honorable Mention All-America. First-Team All-Ivy and Second Team All-New England honors last year.

Speaking of honors. Harvard's Jim Calinan was named the Ivy Player of the Week last week for his 190-yard performance against Princeton. Calinan's 34 carries broke a 44-year-old Crimson record, and he beat out Holly for the honor.

Callinan now stands fifth in the Ivy Total Yardage derby, 20 yards ahead of Rich Diana.