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2-B £'i f <f>:tltii'*tou Il.'iili! Nrtus Monday Morning. September 25,1978 V a f"W t W. r y--' • I./. ft ./« » Scoreboard NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Bj United PrtB lotenuUooai American Caototnct <Nt|M game Dot tarubeo 1 ) Eist NY Jr!« Mum; Seu Bollimofe Centra! AMERICAN LEAGUE By UtDfcd Proa touroauonal LVifUnd Houjon Gactnruu West W Dwvcr Oakland Kansas Cil) W W 4 J 2 0 L T Ptt j 2 3 1 1 L 2 i 2 J J L 0 l 2 4 PF 1 1 I 3 3 7 e. u u 0 0 T a 0 0 * p 0 0 0 0 u PcL iuu 'at lii liu to PA 1OJJ 7ju SO) (JUG A ,7jO 697 SOD 2JO 2:0 PF -4 * 37 3i ii PF t 70 U) M 71 ii c 61 U PA 7; 71 •J, 111 y; PA a 44 71 (j 4^ r 71 W K s«-» Vat bolcn »> 67 & W L Pet GB : ua I i* sri iii I iB 444 Toforto Wai Soutlmtt Coadnace SUatofs BjrUBHMPreHlatrnaUoaal CONFERENCE W L T Ptt PF PA SMI' 1 t 01000 4S 14 Teui i e 61 OB J4 t TO! 0 1 0 000 14 <S Rite 0 1 « 0» 0 « i Only J conjerence pmo pla) edl SEASOS W L Pet GB a a M - iC S ill t' : 4ii (7 9 (7 it) l»B » Ul »'.- i5 * Oil Jl'; TrtuAtV Arianut Tru* SMC Saturday i Rautti KoJonl TcfurJol OorlittHO NewYortl NUkmadConfermce East W L T Pet Viashinfiton 4 o 0 1 IWO Dallas 3 1 0 750 NY Glaus J 1 0 7SO Phtladriphia 220 50U Si Louis 0 4 0 BJU Central W L T Pet. PF PA O1IC3SO 300 I.W Green Bay 3 1 0 .750 TampaBay 220 .Kti Minnesota l 2 0 All Detroit 1 3 9 250 Wet W L T Pet PF PA LosAngelcs 4 o o i ooo NevOrkans 2 2 i) SO) Atlanta 1 3 0 »> San Francisco o 4 0 000 StodayiRestt BuKalo 24, Baltimore 17 plItiburKh IS. Cleveland S Los Angeles 10. llouslcn 6 Phlladelphuli.MiaraU New Orleans 20, Oncirnul 1 1 1 W atliinglon IJ.NewYoikJrtil Denver B. Kansas Cil) 17 toll Tampa B»y 14. Atlanta ) Seal tie a. Detroit 16 Umn Bay K San Ihejjo J Dallas 21, St. Unas 12 New Yofd Giants 27. San Francisco 10 New England al Oakland. » p m PF 1« l«7 % Bj a u 01 » « a o Q (i 4) PA J7 63 67 71 C B ii S3 % (7 34 94 U r Drtraii 4 Wiirranr ]. la. m)i(W BilliriKt 6. IXiroi! 1, ZnJ. m0« ::) J . MiniMoCj i.rupu Batten 7 . Toraio 6. 1 4 uimajt« TKUli.S»lIUf J 111 Tun 4 Srallif J.Sid Himnolld. KanuiClly 4 Caiitorrca 7 OUCJJP 1 Hit»aul«5, Oakland i i Kuct* I-J) I J) pn Stalllr a'<<I»m 4 111 il Kinus Cil) lUonartl IVlIi.l Jjpm MuinnoU >!«nm »».' )1 Tnu iMaliark !4 lli.B l>p m Toronto «l Nr« Vork. nlj-N Minnesota *iCfci«Ko.«pm Snaky, October! Houston al Cleveland, I p m Kansas CU« at Bvftato. 1 p n Minnesota a'.TaApa BJ>. 1 p m N*w York Gianti il AtUnU. 1 p m Pliutwgh >l Nt« York Jed. 1 p m SI. Louli H Miami. 1 1 m San Diego at New Eng)»nd.lpm pniladetnhla >1 Balllmore. 2pm Detroit w Green Bay «1 JIUirjvXtt. J p m Los Angeto »1 Nor Orleans, 1 p m Cincinnati at San Francboi.4[> ra Oakland at Oilogo. 4pm Seattle al Denver. 4 p ra Moofcy.OctoberJ DaJlM al Washington. S p m Bit ElfUCoafcran Stnfiae BT United Prm WeratUoul SEASON UaUan) al llnujo. ra&t S»tlk al KanuiCili , atM Munceta <l Trui. ni£h: M d» autet al Ca! >icrma. «jtW NATIONAL LEAGUE Br UoHo) PTM tatcmtkai*! Eaot Philadelphia Pittsburgh CMcafO Uontrul St. Louis NtwYort Wot W L PdGB H O 77 4 Onctniull SaoFrancuro Houton Atlanta 1-dkxtoKtrWgotlUe TJ ID 7» 457 S'- n H 471 II': P M .477 X L ~ tJ 8J 404 « W L PtL GB »4 B an H O iSS T~ 17 70 U4 '•'• II 7t Sit tl> 7 (B n 4ti B a r w 2s Colorado Io*a St Oklahoma NrtrwU Missouri Ktnus KimnSl OkltbotniSI LAST »XEK-S RESULTS W L Ptl PF PA i o 1000 a :i i o looo a 12 i o u» IM u trt u r» 1. Sr> Yort «. 1st PMladHphla (. Nnr York 1 2nd Montreal 3. Pittsbuni* ! 2 1 2 1 I 0 ) 0 J a ss t J33 M n . San Fraud*™ 3. Hoattim I Atlanta >. Cincflrall I. mthl .000 ooo 109 77 Philadelphia I. Se*Y«tl Mooutil 4. Colorado 22. Sin Jcse Stale 7: [o»i Stile 31, Iowa 0; Kanui 21. UCLA 24; Tutu 24. Kauu Suit II. Mtisowl 45. Klaiuiyfi 14. OUiboraa W. Rtce T; Arkauu l». Oklahoma SLalr 7. Nebrukiwuldlt. Cuhraicx OncinruUl, AUaala 1 la Ao)t*» 4. San D*go« San Franctxo 7. Houston 0. 1 it San Krana«o «. Houston 4, 2od B; United Prm (alcrutkau! CONFERENCE W L T Pet PP PA Drake NevrMa St Sou. 111. Tulsa Wkhila Indiana St. WeilTnaj SEASON Tulsa NewMn.Sl. Wlcblu Southern 111 Drake Indians Si Wes!Te>as 1 1 1 0 & 9 ) W 4 2 J 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 L 0 1 1 1 2 2 3 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 T 1000 1000 .300 000 .000 00} 000 Pet 0 1 000 a 0 0 0 0 0 «7 «7 M7 500 .313 150 B H 31 0 0 9 3 PF M 70 a ss n 4< M 14 9 41 0 0 M 17 PA 79 a n ti n a 100 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Ditcago lUmp 7-141 at Pillsbunsi ID RabuBcn 1341 . 7 JS p m Montreal iSchiunlo 7 -si al Phila- Mft-.it IUrdilO~5l.7-15pra S Louu l Martma Ml at Ne» York i KoM 4 |,S OSprn Arlunus Stale ID. Dnkf 0; Easlrm Vlrtigja 31, Indiana State I. North Ttii! 22. New Mexico State 21: Southern Illinois 17. West Texas 3: Tnlsa 24. Kansas State 14: Wichita29. Idaho 6 Uppvr Coast: Fishing Survey MONDAYS OUTLOOK -Good for redfish. \II»TC-D f^nVnlTinVC rfcnnnl' iriA nnjL.U ^U.»U1 I I»J.**7— \-iivyyj uiirj sandy. MONDAY TIDES-High a! 2:29 am 01.6ft.t,Iowat6:Jlpm'0.5l!.i. MONDAY SUX-Rise at 7:09 am, set at MONDAY MOON-Rise at l ;20 ara, sel at 3:05 pm. TUESDAY TlDf^-HigJi at 3:02 am 1 1.6 (1. j and 11 : 2U am 1 1.3 II. i, low at 9:09 arnil.2ftjand7:32pin<b.5(l.j. TUESDAY SUN-Rise at 7:10 am. set at7:llpm TUESDAY MOO.V-Rise at 2.10 am. Good redfish, croaker and sand troul catches were made Sunday. The bulk of the redfish were caught on the channel side of the north jetty and around Fleenor's Flats. Croakers were plentiful along the beachfront, and a lot of sand trout and sheepshead and a few flounders were caught around the north jetty boat cut and Pelican Bridge. The biggest catch reported from the beachfront was a haul of 380 croakers by Jim Lind from the Gulf C> isl Pier. Other big croaker catches from the same pier included 46 by Jeff McGeorge, 20 by Roger O'Brien, and 25 by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hill. The biggest single catch at the 61 st St. Pier was reported to be a string of 200 croakers. Houston TCU B«)lor KK* SL Louis al Nrv York. DJ jht Monlrtai at Philadelphia. I I»vni£W Qiiogo at Pi ibtwrun, ni #t lloustocalAUanla.mghl Ua fjiftio al Cincinnati, nifhl San DKgo at San r'raocisrc, aifpl Reds Win 2-0 ATLANTA (UPI) - Right-hander Tom Hume tossed a three-hitter and Champ Summers doubled in the decisive run Sunday to give the Cincinnati Reds a 2-0 victory over the Atlanta Braves. W L T Prt. PF PA t 0 » I CO) 74 I] J 8 0 1000 P M > • o i MO ii ) ! I 0 K7 1(1 B I 1 6 JAO SA 47 1 1 0 503 45 41 i i e MO a ss o : o oo> ss (i o j » «e a in LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Artar&u li SMI !t. Kentucky Z Ba;k>r Jl Oklahoma <L R iet 7. Tna» A* U17. Boston Ctfteff I. Tms Ii. W)ot»b| 1. TCU 11. Oret« 10 Trial Txli 41. Arttotti» Hwaoc K. I'liii S THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Tulsa at Arkaesav 1 CO Baylor at Ota Slate. I » Houston at FlcniaSUtt. I ». LSU at Rtct. 7 JO. TnuilTnasTrrtitmil ).7 X. UnspfcU SUt» al Tnai UV. I » TCX ; al Pea Stal*. I » T1AA Cvrftrtfict SUttftuji B; Hotted Pma UHtnaOgut CONFERENCE Ucllurry Tarkun Austin Trtratj SulKou SEASON W L T Prt Pf PA 0 1000 e 1000 « xa « m « ooo i t 1 C UcMufT) Tartrtor. Tnmij 1 AcstinCd I SulRou t LAST WEEK'S RESULTS W L T Ptl PF PA 6 1000 0 1000 t sw 0 II! « 000 McMurry 10 Austia 7. Truytt 14 Suj Ron I. Tarletonlo Arkansas Uonlictilo 7 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE UcXurr> al Sd Rou. J JO. Austia Coike* n Cretans Adolpbus at Hfiro Cil), I 00. Trnuty itTirtrtoc.7 » Bj Unfed Proa IdauUoed CONFERENCE W L T Pel PF PA Lou Tecfi I 9 0 I EDO a 21 Tei Artinfton 0 1 0 000 21 21 (Only 1 roalerencepme playedi SEASON W L T Prt- PF PA 0 .Ct7 71 » 4 500 SS J3 o 333 w H Lou Ttch Lamar Ark St SW Louisiana I I 0 0 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS 0 250 (S 0 000 12 o ooo r, « Artvssas Stale 16. Drake 0. Lamar a SF Austin U. Louisiana Trdi a. Trias- Arllnitoo J!. Sort)i»TKoTi Louisiana 10. UcneeM ?. East Ctrolloi a. Soolbwot- era Louta ina » Lone SUr Cwkrac* Stixtep By United Prex laterudouj SEASON W L T Prt. PF PA SW THIS EaslTuas Kovard Pajmr ACU Tci u AH Sam Houston SF.Auslb « 0 1000 124 0 0 1 (U) 21 1 0 K7 S7 1 0 «S7 S3 1 0 «7 O o ra M i ) I 2 0 333 » H 0 1 0 000 10 76 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Cameron (OUa I 17. Abilene Cnnstiao 13; Angtlo State 41 Sam Houston 11. East Teias 33, Washbuin iKan I 3. Hovarti Piyw 19. Eastern Nrn Ueito 14. Ura;r 23. S F Austlr, 16. Man Una Slate 42. Teias Ail 21 Racx Remits By Uatted Prea IntmuUooal OW Dominions* l »ilh make ol car, \i » inner's avcrjict »ix?nl > 1 Cik Yartioniunh. lil*rr»o:l?. mph 2 llariril»»ltnp.Crir.rotrl. in J Beai>k > anoi&.O>rvroki.4<<i 4 NnlHonnrtt.UirvrolM. «* 5 Irrax 1'ond. LV< rokri. M 7 Bodb) Alh«on. r'a . 8 Terry LaHonlc.aieMtii«.4M ID Kujdv Anw(!lon.l)i«)CT,4«, I 1 Jartxi H) lion. <.7r> rolii 4M Ii KirturtUiik!re».i)!aMnobilc. 4M II Ricturo Bnx*i. r'onl. Vu 1 4 DorulJWc>rlev,UI<t>m«jilr. 473 Ii Gar) Mytn. Cnc\rulri,47u It Kiinnif TTxnnas.Uicvni<ri.4tj 17. UKkMay. Buick.4<^ Steve ana Monte Thomas fishing out of Waddell's Bait Carnp caught seven bull reds. The camp reported that just about every boat brought in one to three bull reds. Wilson's Bait Camp reported scattered redfish and croaker catches from around the jetties. Juanita Martin at the Galveston Yacht Basin Bait Camp reported Cecil Dampier caught six bull reds, and the Robert Roberts party brought in three flounders, 10 sand trout and 25 golden croakers. She said a good many flounders were caught just outside of the yacht basin proper. Rehm's Bait Camp reported a lot of 4 to 5 pound reds plus some croakers and speckled trout were caught in Green's Lake, Carancahua Lake, Green's Cut and West Bay. Chris Delesandri at Pete's Bait Camp reported good speckled trout catches were made in the Hitchcock Diversionary Canal. He also said a lot of croakers and sand trout were caught in Jones Lake. Mrs. Gus P'ranks at the M&M Camp reported scattered redfish and speckled trout catches were made In West Bay. IS Haj 2U KamHI llam>.UK\roli,i. 4i! II. Krank Warren. IXxl^r. Cu 22 J U Mcl)ull«.ChciTok.-i.4(jj n Jimm) Mcato.Chcv roll*, Wi 24 KoserHjmby.CrKVrulcl.iy £> Divk) Prarvn. Memir>.-H'J Bi UuMy llikrr. Chevrolet. &> z7 Turn G ix, r'wu. i i i 28. IlirryUanl.Chevrolel.tfJ & Ti|;hcScoll.Uicvrol<.i.U 3<j . Cecil Gorton. tVvrulet . jo , Southern Cal Established As Potent Grid Power CHARLES ALEXANDER, Galveston footballer at LSU, gained 123 yards Saturday in Louisiana State University's 13-11 victory over Wake Forest. Alexander, LSU running back, is a prime candidate for the Meisman Trophy this season. (UPl photo) By MARK FRIEDMAN UPI Sports Writer One thing remained vividly clear after the third full week of college football became history this weekend — Southern Cal is a potent force to be reckoned with. The top-ranked Crimson Tide turned a lighter shade of pale Saturday before a nationwide television audience when seventh- ranked SC coasted to an embarrassingly easy 24-14 victory over Alabama. "They made the big plays while we flubbed ours," said Alabama Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, quick to give credit where it was due. "1 think they made us look a little worse than we are. I still don't know how good the Trojans are, but I know they are a heckuva lot better than we are." Charles White, making an early bid for Heisman Trophy honors, is well on his way to becoming the Trojans' all-time rushing leader as he scampered for 199 yards and a touchdown. After three games, White has gained an impressive 528 yards after totaling 1,478 yards last year. White scored the Trojans' first TD on a 40-yard run midway through the first quarter and, although he didn't cross the goal line again, it was his presence that enabled quarterback Major League Boxes BOSTON HOUSTON JCrm rt \Vjlim lt SAN FRANCISCO abr hbi ab r b M Mull 4 u u u ljrm<**ml 4 u 0 u Kvai^Ati 4 o i u N hill Kb] II 4 U I U I l-irkrl 4 u I u !>«• Ib 4l>GU lien.'; 11 4 u ' 0 HiLlv 4 0 1 u U-.MJ.NHTV, Amln-*\ Ji Him- p 1 i u ) ) 1 u u J 0 U U 0 U U U I u u u I! U y U £010 Totals -I u I J u n I u i .! u Hurtoons* Kcrny Iti llkx'll Vsinrruk Ib 1'iskc l.vnncl Sc«UI) SSillumtp Sotmpb ToUli £010 Totals 9717 ttaatton OP) 030 000— 0 SuFraodKO OUOBOU-7 K- Kvjnii 1)1'-San Krjnvixs I LOB- lloutfoo K. San Kranc'nro I ill II I'rw. Hill Halt., Ittt.J.Cna IIK-K»an>iA)i.ll 1'ni/iMi. 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S —Jorgeuson, Wills SF-Meyer.RoberU Comer pitched to 2 baiters in JUi. WP-Comer T-2 00. Second Game Paul McDonald to toss two touchdown passes to sophomore flanker Kevin Williams to break the game open in the final period. The Trojans led 10-0 at halftime after a 40-yard field goal by Frank Jordan with 4:27 left in the half. Alabama closed the gap to 10-7 early in the third period on a 41-yard TD dash by Major Ogilvie. But the Trojans destroyed Alabama's hopes for a comeback when McDonald threw a six-yard touchdown pass to Williams with 11:15 left in the game and a 40-yard scoring strike minutes later to Williams that was tipped by Alabama defender Don McNeil. Alabama, an ll-point favorite, got its final touchdown with 7:10 left on a 41- yard pass from Jeff Rutledge to Bart Krout, but two subsequent scoring attempts for the Tide were thwarted by SC fumble recoveries. In other Top 10 action, second-ranked Oklahoma devastated Rice 66-7, No. 3 Arkansas got by Oklahoma State 19-7, fourth-ranked Penn State eased past Southern Methodist 26-21, No. 5 Michigan stopped No. 14 Notre Dame 28-14, sixth- ranked Texas outlasted Wyoming 17-3, Kansas shocked No. 8 UCLA 28-24, ninth-rated Pittsburgh handled Temple 20-12, and lOth-ranked Texas A&M drubbed Boston College 372. Quarterbacks Thomas Lott and J.C. Watts scored two touchdowns each and rushed for 178 yards to ignite a 52-point first half that sparked second-ranked Oklahoma to an easy victory against overmatched and winless Rice. Running back Ben Cowins darted 25 yards down the sideline for a third-quarter touchdown and quarterback Ron Calcagni pushed over from the 1 in the final period to pace third-ranked Arkansas to a 19-7 victory against stubborn Oklahoma State. Chuck Fusina threw 16 yards to Scott Fitzkee for one touchdown and Matt Suhey ran three yards for another score in the second half to lead the fourth- ranked Nittany Lions to a comeback victory over SMU. Rick Leach passed for three touchdowns and ran for another to lead No. 5 Michigan to a triumph over the I4th-ranked Irish. It marked the first time in 15 years that Notre Dame has opened its season with two successive losses. Quarterback Randy McEachern and halfback Kermit Goode scored on short plunges through a stubborn Wyoming defense to give sixth-ranked Texas a hard-fought intersectional triumph over the Cowboys. Quarterback Jeff Hines threw a pair of first-half touchdown passes to Kirby Criswell and rushed for another to give the underdog Jayhawks an upset victory over eighth-ranked UCLA. Sophomore QB Rick Trocano, shrugging off a poor first half, rushed for 84 yards and a touchdown in the third quarter to rally ninth-ranked Pittsburgh to a victory over cross-state rival Temple. Halfback Curtis Dickey ran for three touchdowns to highlight a 28-point, second- quarter uprising as 10th- ranked Texas A&M rolled to a rout over fumbling Boston College. Eagles Stun Miami 17-3 PHILADELPHIA (UPI) — Mike Hogan caught a 4- yard touchdown pass from Ron Jaworski and scampered five yards for another score Sunday to lead the Philadelphia Eagles to a 17-3 upset victory over the Miami Dolphins. The Eagles, 2-2, used a powerful rushing game, with Hogan and Wilbert Montgomery carrying the ball in touchdown drives of 60 yards in the second quarter and 88 yards in the fourth. The two backs combined for 183 yards. Torrw Camptxrll Sanlcy Burgmcier Dr;iRuiW4-<i Kirt»t»d Murphy Cruz Moore 4 1-3 1 1-3 -! 'i 2-3 SEATTLE Cruz2b Kcynuldsss KuJooescf Roberts fl Cexxrpi in M Grille} U Kioltrll Unrasrn Ib Corrvll i Humrp ToUb Bouloml. Ui tiartivr T-!:«.A-I1.2SB IP H R ER BB SO y l l l 4 ^ » i •> 2 i .> I u o u 0 L Tofrei pilcned to-' twum in (HI) WH-Cnu Balk-Moore I'B-Cerooe. 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