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8D DES MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER SEPTEMBER 24, 1978 x t4 Hoover's Richard De Penning (42) rambles against Freshman v;a!!-on aids Southern Illinois, 17-3 CARBONDALE, ILL. (AP) -Freshman Arthur Williams, a walk-on player, was a surprise starter and helped lead Southern Illinois to a 17-3 Missouri Valley Conference football victory over defending champion West Texas State Saturday. The two teams combined for 16 punts in the first half, with the only scoring coming on a 37-yard field goal by the Salukis' Les Petroff. Southern Illinois struck for two touchdowns in the third period to stretch its lead to 17-0. Williams hit Kevin House with a 68 yard scoring strike, and sophomore Joe Croft tallied from 15 yards out following a pass interception. West Texas running back Bo INDIANA STATE FALLS, 27-8 Statistics bid. St. II 37-124 U 65 5-U-l 9-42 1-1 4-37 EMU 21 S-281 13S H (-14-H 6-35 1-1 -90 First downs Rmtw-ytrdl .. Passing vardt Return yards Passes Punts FumOtn-IMt Ptnatties-yards SCORING tndlana S-.. 0 0 I I- E. MKhaaan 1 17 7 0-27 EMU FG Motier 43 EMU David 30 pass from Beaney (Molzer kCK) EMU Windom 3 run (Motzer kick) EMU FG Motier 40 EMU Williams 4 run (Motzer kick) ISU Bartet a run (Brantley pass from BarteO A 4,477 YPSILANTI, MICH. (AP) - Craig Motzer kicked a pair of field goals and Greg David, Bobby Windom and Albert Williams scored touchdowns Saturday night as Eastern Michigan downed Indiana State, 27-8, in a non-conference college football game. Windom rushed 14 times for 77 yards to lead a balanced Eastern attack as the Hurons scored their first victory of the season, bringing their record to 1-3. Indiana State dropped to 1-2. Motzer, a sophomore, opened the scoring midway through the first quarter with a 43-yard field goal. In the second quarter, David caught a 30-yard pass from Burt Beaney, Windom scored on a three-yard run and Motzer kicked his second field goal of the night, a 40-yarder, as the Hurons seized a 20-0 ha If time lead. NORTH TEXAS STATE ESCAPES, 22-21 Statistics North Texas St. 17 48-157 221 n 11-33-1 0-44 1-0 6-40 New Mexico St. First downs 1 Rushes-yards Passina yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Nenh Texas St. New Mexice St. 36-108 230 33 18-29-1 10-32 l-l 7-45 SCORING 0 7 0 1$ 0 7 0 14-2 I NTS Gordon 10 pass from Case (Hamm kick) NMS Evans 50 pass from Soriggs (Vernon kick) NMS Meader I pass trom Soriggs (kick failed) NMS Hoiguin 4 pass from Spriggs (Evans past from Spriggs) NTS Harvey 19 pass from Jackson (Jackson run) NTS Case 4 run (Hamm kick) A 13.194 LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) - Quar terback Jordan Case scored on four-yard run with 10 seconds to play as North Texas Mate beat New Mexico State, 22-21, Saturday night. New Mexico State had a 21-7 lead with 7:15 to play in the game. But North Texas, led by Case, drove 79 yards in nine plays and scored on a 19-yard halfback option pass with 5:02 remaining. The two-point conversion made the score 21-15. After an Aggie punt North Texas took over on its own 31 yard line. Case then scored the game-winning touchdowns. Case led all players in total yardage with 209 yards passing and 27 rushing. Aggie quarterback David Spriggs completed 18 of 29 passes for 230 yards. North Texas raised its record to 3-1 while the Aggies fell to 2-1. Statistics W.Texas S-Mnots 13 10 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards S3-147 41-138 10 84 010 24 10-24-1 4-9-1 11-40 8-35 1-1 3-1 0-130 7-55 SCORING West Texas State 0 0 0 3-1 Soy mem Kiinets 3 0 14 017 SI-FG Petroff 30 SI House 68 pass from Williams (Petroff kick) SI Croft 15 run Croft 15 (Petroff kick) WT FG Wright 22 Robinson was the game's top individual, gaining 111 yards in 23 trips. The victory was Southern Illinois' first in Missouri Valley competition which it entered last season. The Salukis are 2-1 overall and 1-1 in the conference. West Texas is 1-3 and 0-1. ANDRUS HELPS SHOCKERS BEAT IDAHO, 28-6 Statistics Idaho Wttnffa St. First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles -tost Penalties-yards Idaho WichKa St. 17 21 60 114 154 81 11-20-1 9-340 41 228 151 111 10-23-3 4-154 3-2 12-97 S-2 12-122 4 . 7 14 0-4 7-21 Ida-McCurdv run 1 (kick failed) VVSUi-Sage 4 pass from Andrus (WiHiams kick) WSU-Hemmond 20 run (Williams kick) WSU-Anorus 48 run (Williams kick) WSU-Buroer I run (Williams kick) A 13,123 WICHITA, KAN. (AP) - Jim Andrus threw for one touchdown and ran for another to lead Wichita State past Idaho, 28-6, in a college football game Saturday night Idaho took the opening kickoff and drove 80 yards for a touchdown, but after that it was all Wichita State. Wichita State took the next kickoff and scored when Andrus found tight end David Sage open in the end zone. Wichita State's second touchdown came when flanker Steven Hammond scored on a 20-yard reverse. Andrus went 48 yards near the end of the first half for the third Shocker touchdown. SPORTING GOODS MAdulX Siies UNISEX SPORTS ATTIRE Our Reg. 5.97 Our Reg. 3.88 97$97 Jef SHIRT fail SHORTS V-necK shirts in choice of polyester col-ton mesh or easy-care polyester All-puf Dose gym shorts have v-leg styling, in easy-care polyester Save at Kmari. WILSON RACQUETBALL BAG Our Reg. 10.96 Roomy bag has 2 zippers for easy packing Sturdy handle Shop now mm -4,1 ijA - 4WM T BgM 1-' -I1 llllilllTHiBlMlimillnieHMWHWI ll)limijLIIIJH ..U.- -1 I.UJ.. i v X r. .. iLrnjy . Tech How the prep top 10 fared Class 4-A 1. Central Oavenoort (3-0) beat North Scott. 35-0. 2. Heeian (Sioux City) 13-0) beat Kuemper (Carroll), 41-0, 3. Washington (C R ) (3-0) beat Wahlert (Oubuoue). 34-7, Thursday night. 4 East Waterloo (3-0) seal Columbus (Waterloo). 40-0, Thursday night. 5. Hempstead (Dubuque) (2-1) beat Clinton, 17-14 (OT) 4 Mason City (3-0) beat Ames, 38-14. 7. Fort Oodge (3-0) beat West Waterloo, 37-0 8. Central Waterloo (2-1) lost to Cedar Fails. 14-10, Thursday night. 9 Kennedy ICR.) beat Senior (Dubuque), 10-0. It Ankeny (3-0) beat Savdel, 42-0. Class 3-A 1. Urtundale (2-1) lost to South Tama, 20-13. 2. Marion (3-0) beat Anamosa, 34-12. 3. Fairfield (3-0) beat Fort Madison, 41-0. 4. Audubon (3-0) beat Denlson, 12-7. 5. Humboldt (3-0) beat Webster City, 20-0. 4. Emmelsburg (3-0) beat Sheldon, 33-8. 7. Decor an (3-0) beat New Hampton, 28-4 8. Harlan (3-0) beat Clar.nda, 14-0. 9. PeUa (3-0) beat KnoxvUte, 35-13. 10. Mount Pleasant (2-1) losl to Oskaloosa, 34-25 Class 2-A 1. Sigourney (3-0) beat HLV (Victor), 20-13. 2. Pekin (Peckwood) (3-0) beat Harmony (Farm- ington), 54-10. 3 Greenfield (3-0) beat Mount Ayr, 40-O. 4 Hudson (3-0) beat UNI (Cedar Fans), 20-7. 5. Mount Vernon (3-0) beat West Liberty, 21-0. 4. Cenlrel Lyon (2-1) tost to West Sioux, 31-4. 7 Ballard (Huxley) (2-1) lost to Johnston, 21-4. 8 Reinbeck (3-0) beat BCL (Conrad), 3O-0. 9 Riceville (3-0) beat Greene, 28-0 10 Center Point (3-0) beat East Buchanan, 50-4 a ass 1-A 1. Manilla (3-0) Beat Central Webster, SO-0 2. Odeoolt-Arfnur (3-0) beet Holsleln, 14-0. 3. Eastwood (CorrectionviHe) (2-0) beat Meriden-Cleghorn, 40-4. 4. Lytton (3-0) beat Lohrvine, 28-4. 5. LDF (LeGrand) (3-0) beat Cow, 44-0. 4 Avo-Ha (Avoca) (2-1) lost to Griswok), 20-4 7. Waco (Olds) (3-0) best West Burlington. 43-0 8. Olin (3-0) beat Midland (Wyoming), 34-0. 9. Ventura (3-0) beat Kanawha, 18-0. 10. Aureiia 13-0) beat Sutherland, 34-17. VIRGINIA UPSETS ARMY, 21-17 WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) - Tom Digorito slammed over from the one-foot line on fourth down with 7 minutes left in the game to give Virginia a 21-17 upset victory over Army Saturday. Digorito's touchdown capped a seven-play, 89-yard drive engineered by Virginia quarterback Mickey Spady. The big play was Digorito's 65-yard dash around right end. Spady earlier had scored on a one-yard keeper to cut Army's 17-7 halfume lead to three points at 17-14. With Army quarterback Earle Mulrane directing a no-huddle attack Jimmy Hill scored twice in the first period. OPEN DAILY 10-10 SUNDAYS 11-6 SUN.-WED. RACQUETBALL RACQUETS 988 Our Reg. 9.96-7 J. 96 12 Your Choice Marty Hogan' professional racquets in choice of fiberglass or aluminum models Both include leather grips tournament nylon string nylon twist thongs. SOFT-SIDE LUGGAGE & 7" 28 S3 M TO J5lM 88 Rugged lighte,ght vinyl fuggage pack moret Feature reinforced steel frame, easy-grip contm-.enta! handles and nylon zipper. Selection of sizes Save SJL 11 v v 11 T - I tpL, T- f IK Carl Strother, Hoover's usiries rush past Tech By PHIL HUTCHISON Sunday Register Staff Writer Hoover used a strong running attack led by Eric Stroud and Richard DePenning to hand Tech a 16-0 Metropolitan Conference loss Saturday night at Hutchens Field. Hoover chose to stay on the ground most of the night, gaining 160 yards on 59 carries. Stroud, a 175-pound junior, picked up 70 yards on 22 carries. DePenning gained 65 yards on 19 rushes. Hoover was backed up early in the game by a 66-yard Bryan Smith punt to its own one-yard line. Fumble Ends Drive Hoover responded by driving 96 yards in 20 plays before losing a fumble at the Tech three on the last play of the first quarter. The Huskies bounced back when,' three plays later, they recovered a Tech fumble at the Tech 35. Hoover then launched a nine-play drive that was capped by a five-yard Urbandale girls stop Boone, 10-0 The Register's tewa News Service . BOONE, IA. - Becky Fortune pitched a two-hiter as Urbandale's girls' softball team defeated Boone, 10-0, Saturday. Urbandale 301 Olt - M 7 0 Boene 000 000 - 0IS Fortune end Miller, Hughes and Harrington. Padres show respect SAN DIEGO, CALIF. (AP) - The San Diego Padres gave the most votes to first baseman Steve Garvey of the Los Angeles Dodgers and right fielder Dave Parker of the Pittsburgh Pirates in compiling a list of the best of their opponents in 1978. V THE SAVING PLACE i I sTrvics fc( AVAILABLE ! dipt Aa on major ) ! OPEN frPURCHASES y SERVICE DEPT. OPEN DAILY SUNDAY " I I inwwre ma inya.waa.w t FREE vTl JlIiii 3. fiecTrr p mwHf.&2 'TRAVWAY " 60' BATTERY Our Reg. With Exchange Calcium-lead constructed and maintenance free. Sizes to fit most larger U S. cars. C(DY' I' ' '9?R bv K'ti.iri Co'IW.tfinn ""T' quarterback is harassed on Statistic. Meever Tedi Flrtt dowm 18 a RusDes-vards 59-10 7-33 Peulns yards 40 81 Return yards 0 11 Passes e-13-0 S-1M Punts 3-30 3-31 Fumoies-loit -1 3-3 Penalties-yards 1-50 10-77 SCORING 7 0 t-l 0 8 8 00 M DePenning S run (Nelson kick) M Sahsiv, Smith tackled In end tone M Strother 1 run (Nelson kick) scoring run by DePenning, the Metropolitan Conference scoring leader, with 6 minutes 41 seconds left in the half. Hoover had an opportunity to score early in the second half after recovering a fumbled punt at Tech's 28. The Tech defense, however, stopped the subsequent drive in four plays. Hoover Gets Safety Hoover's next points came with 9:45 left when the Huskies tackled Tech quarterback Bryan Smith in his end zone for a safety. MIDDIES RIP CONNECTICUT STORRS, CONN. (AP) - Using an opportunistic offense led by tailback Steve Callahan and a strong defense. Navy smothered Connecticut, 30-0, Saturday. Callahan scored two touchdowns, threw for another on a halfback option and gained 64 yards on 19 carries. Navy's defense held Connecticut to two first downs in the second half, both coming in the fourth period when the Midshipmen substituted freely. Callahan's eight-yard pass to split end Phil McConkey put Navy on top, 29-0, in the fourth period. STEEL BELTED RADIAL 'KM' 40 RADIAL WHITEWALIS f 2 Radial Plies Polyester Cord 2 Steel Belts V Designed lor Today's Driving Needs V Recommended for Cars Manufactured Since 1 970 sues mi. it (f.t. airi.ii at it 34.88 " it7i.ta mi 44.88 n'l.u it it 43.88 ' " otrl.n ealt 51.88 ' ci'i.n aa it 4.88 ' " HIM. 14 till 54.88 1 " Mi7i.il mi 59.88 mi.!! mi H4.88 NO TRADE - marl AUTOMOTrVI SfMtCI P0LKV R mmt i pmitj ft U ptflsFflt aiHy Mr i1lttvic rm fNI Mbt. H owl Mil UOrtn f nftdlHlly CiMltfifiMld H maii'i ifht Mint tfif ttinw, tuNOm advttliua, x M. wrtxti t im h itm4 (V(ifitj m warn $m Wfeatll CltJaMt W CtAtHWea ittttMlttWI m 8M( 8IM allM. 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(AP) - Freshman ' Mike Kelley fired one touchdown pass and set up another as Georgia Tech took advantage of Tulane mistakes to win, 27-17, Saturday. Tech's longest scoring drive covered only 49 yards following a six-yard punt by Tulane, and the Jackets also scored following two pass interceptions and a fumble recovery at the Tulane one. It was the first victory in three games for the Yellow Jackets and the third straight defeat for Tulane, which hasn't won here in 45 years. SUN., MON., TUES., WED. fMjttt Ctufft w I Vtii accMfad I inmost at en i Our Reg. 49.88 BR78X13 Plus J.99 F.E.T. Each All Tires Plus F.E.T. Each IN REQUIRED I ADJUSTABLE SHOCKS U toth Installed Trovway II premium shocks let you choose the ride you wont. Sizes for most U S. cors. H.D. SHOCKS INSTALLED Our Reg. 11.3s Heavy-duty shocks will til most U S aulos With all-weather' fluid 3488 tt taaWaaWfcjei i.aaiiiaMltMajiiM HaAMV.aMia!iiaameihAaXiriBMeMi

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