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iH piiiin Krui& Tuesday Morning. September 26,2678 UT To Step Up Little's AUSTIN. Texas (UP1) Texas Coach F'red Akers said Monday he will step up the training of freshman quarterback Donnle Little in an effort to bolster the Longhorn offense which managed only 130 rushing against lightly regarded Wyoming. Little, a blue chip prospect from Dickinson, played only in the closing minutes against the Cowboys, but ran for the Longhorns 1 only first down of the second half. "I can tell you,' you're going to start seeing more of Donnie Lit tle,"Akers told reporters Monday. "He's gaining and gaining in performance. He doesn't know as much about the offense as .(Randy) McEachern, which is normal. "But if he's prepared to play, he's prepared to play, and he's getting closer to hat every game." Akers said Little will be alternating with Mark McBath in running the Horns second team offense this week in preparation for Saturday's Southwest Conference matchup against Texas Tech, which Akers quickly conceded is better than Wyoming. The Texas coach praised the team's defensive play against the Cowboys, but said poor timing and execution marred any attempts at a sustained offensive drive. He chose kicker Russell .Erxleben as the Horns' offensive player of the week, e.ven though Erxleben missed .a field goal attempt from the 10- yard-line. He booted a 43- yarder, however, and averaged 44.5 .yards punting for the night. Akers said defensive end Tim Campbell, one of the standouts on the defensive unit that has allowed only three points in two games, is lost for the year because of a severed, achiiles tendon. Campbell, younger brother of- Heisman award winner Earl Campbell, now with the Houston' Oilers, underwent surgery Monday to repair the tendon. Asked the extent of his concern about the Horns' offensive snowing, Akers replied, "Well, I'm not' ready to commit suicide. But sure, I'm concerned. "We're just faced with getting as much experience as we can in as short a time as possible. I'm sure we're going to get it worked out. I'm not concerned about how, but I am concerned about when." Akers said Texas might .have generated more offense against Wyoming by going to the air. "But in that game we were determined to work our our execution in the running game. We could have dropped back and thrown, but we've got a young football team and we were determined to work on our running game." 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Galveston Daily News is 3-0 in League B, and ILA and Sussco are 3-0 in League C. The standings in League A are: Captain's Bailey 3-0, Wild Bunch 3-0, A-l Pest Control 2-1, Houston Lighting and Power 2-1, Cowboys 1-2, Electric Service and Supply 1-2, La Qutnta 0-3, and Rusty Jones 0-3. After Galveston Daily News at 3-0 in League B are CC & Co. 2-i, Bootleggers 21, Gerald Dyer 1-1, Uneeda Linen 1-1, Style Shop 1-2, St. John's 1-2 and Kovacevich Bakery 0-3. The League C standings are ILA 3-0, Sussco 3-0, Druss Furniture 2-l_ Marine Maintenance 1-2,. Guaranty Federal • 0-3, • SealcraftO-3. The league is operated by the Galveston Softball Players Association. The officers include: Rudy Gonzales, presi dent; Don Gartman, vice president; Gerald Dyer, secretary- treasurer, and Neil Csepke, district commissioner. Scoreboard NATONAL FOOTBALL UU.GUK By UMIri Pnm\ittrm.'nal ' Eat Miami Billunen Bullifc Catnt u T w. rr PA JO la 74 77 ! 0 50) * 74 10) It 79 ! 0 i e ) 0 Houtton Cbmnuti Wot Dorter W L T Pd. PF PA 4 « 0 I OO) 10 JS iio no \ w I ! 0 500 60 71 0 4 « 000 i» » Sul Ik SuDx«o Kxnua Dl> L T Pet Pf PA. 9 SOU MO BO so NYUunU SLUwa Catnt W L T Pet PF PA Gram Biy Hmmotj Drtrtsl Wat LmAngrin NtvOrfeva AlUflU &u r'ranraro L T Pet PC PA 0 0 1 WO I<D » it TJ> in a 1 o r» * r i o sco t 4 0 OB » 71 a 0 0 1 « ) « 2 0 J » l.OUO TV' L T Pet PF PA 0 0 I m B 34' 1 8 M B » 1 0 I» 41 C { 0 000 « R U» Aofrfa W. Houstai ( New Orteim i, anctncuu Jl •Wellington ZI. NoYortJAi 3 •Onwr n, Karon Cllj 3 7 1 e* i Tarapj BJJ II MUrtJ 1 SoUkK. Detroit l« Gfttn Biy 14. S*a DxfD 3 .l>»il»JI,a louiill SrwYort Giants Z7,S«i Francisco 19 N<% Kntfinlll. Oakland ll.tpm H Inooolj al Wucito. » p m Houston at OcntUK), 1 p m ; Karau CHjr al Buffalo, 1 p ro MmnacU»lTimcaBJr. 1pm ' Nf» Vort C1»U It AUinU. I p m PiUiburjb al Nr« Yort Jtu. I j> m a LouttalHUmi. Ipm Sin Lhrgo X Nor Knjland. I p m t^alaOdciila at BallTinm. t f m Odrott W. Crttn Baj M Mlr*»utM. ! p m. Lta Ajifeto it Nrw OtttaiB, 2 p m Oucinnau at Sin Francun. 4 p.m Oakland at Qilcafo, Ipm SeaU>MDarm.4pin. ?, October ] DAHAS lUHl) - Soullnrat Cooler tree ckrickuJ stalbttor. * an o a* t.i 4 mo M DS 41 3 II4S 17 IB 7,0 I 941 . 75 111 710 »S a ITS tc i so Cowtos, Ark fki»'0od. Art' Smith. Bay Fort. S3* V Dava.!lau M a M 17 44 3 47 ' il Hotel, Km Sort* Dtctcj'.AtM Adinu.T«i Orta«,Art lUvthornr.Bay 471 ] 2 ISO 779 4 i 15.7 Ml 0 1 I1C III 3 t W 5 HI 3 1 7J U x? it 5<a PPt 4 0 0 14 110 0 5 5 20 100 0 7 4 19 Si 3 0 0 II SO 0(3 IS 75 Cunntnuhim. Rice WU • , Biy • Adams. Hou TMalOOcnc 15 167 0 Si 14 111 1 4.7 5 75 0 4S 9 W 0 67 I Hi' 0 4 0 Davis, Hou SralUi.Bay Dictr,.A&M ' Pint Returns Perry ,SMU Richardson. TCU Jotneon^Tez Lusty, Art Ptro, SMI) Ta>tor. Bay Thomas, Rjcc Page,T«ch' Putt* Bu(ort,Tech Uluy.Art V(«ag.TOj Cleaves, Rkt m 97 731 J i 143.7 7S 446 5i ZJJ.O 89 *S 5 9 302 5 U 266 61 1U 0 S SO 30 1B.O do ydi tiff I 177 SI 3 16 M li & 41 4' 13 3J 46 IS t&ydl IYJ 4 161 «.l 11 334 17.1 4 » 147 5 5» 19,6 I IB 194 DO jrdl STg 13 571 439 K 701 U.I 11' 509 414 m '4d I 787 '37.S NATIONAL LEAGUE Bj UnMd Pra UKcnttkBaJ PMbdrfptua WMtai St Lam Wai San K Sanl> llcuK AUi-iU « L PdGB 'O 12 iB f T) T> t* W' : 71 D Xt \\'~ a » oo » ; U M 401 S W L Pit GB 94 62 QCX1 B 0 iib •'-, 87 70 iM 7'- ti 7t i;& i]'-, a r, 4u a » «7 447 3 . McaUnl t nr^x 1 • UKin SI U (ASTtewEOTI . KoolreH (May 7.101 and Palmer Mi « Philadelphia I Kai} 7 i ami OtraUraoi IM4I.2 1 JSpm lljaspUtli a! Ptttlfitfrgh ' Ikustcn ij Nieira UHt at AUiaU <PMHn> t»l«i.7fip.m 51 LouaiDroJw iM»al Sn Ycft iS»ssWi. I, R p m Lo5 Angtks iJobn ItKi atCiDCinnali iSrairr IH4i.l (6pm SKI Diego (Perry 2Ki al -Sin Krinosro lkknttlvocoll-1). 10 fipn San Uiego al San Franc isco Mcnlnal al Philadlpbu. Uig Cturago al Pittsburgh. ni01 l« Angtlet al Cinctnvili. rugtu AMERICAN LEACCE Bj Uitod Pn« lntmaOonal Eari Ooston Hd.jutW Balumore Detroit OneUn) TorafAo Kama City California Tfiai Minnnota IJucaRO Oikftnd Seallk W L Pet CB M 62 003 id SJ 536 I 90 «? 573 4'i IE 65 i5S 74 M 71 S3t 10 « C W 2*-» 311 W L PctCB » a KJ ~ D 71 in 5^ Q 74 iS 6'j K 452 II 441 !9'» 71 6B »7 a so 4» 21'55 » JS7 32'i Due ago 6. OaUaMl.nl gbi Kansas City 7, SratUt 2. ttlgtit Trxio 1, KlmsoU 2. 1 1 imings. (ADTbaeaEOT) Clerctaixl IRruschtl 1-3 1 al Baltimore tyUnaguil5-Hl,7 JOp m Detroit iRotema »-10) at Boston I KckmJr, n- II.T3Dpin' Toroolo lUndcnwd (-131 al New Vork (FtgueroalMl.spm Oikland iWrrUi 4-5! il Chicago (Kravek 11-15). «:30pra SralUc : Abbott 7-13) al Kansas City iSpliUorll 19-111. l:J)pm Minnesota iZaim 14-13) al Teiai (Molicti 9-8), « Spm Milwaukee ISorensm 17-1 li at Cain lornia- (Aasell-JI, I0:30pm ' Detail at Boston, night ToraUo al New York, night • Cleveland al Baltimore, nltfi! SeatUe it KamasCity, a'ff* Minnesota at Teias, ni^ht * Milwaukee a( Cali lomla. night MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS By (Jotted PrmMernaUnal BATONO NAT10NA1.LE.WUE Parker. Hill Cirvej.LA Clirk.ST Cruz,rlou G Ml W 111 433 IK sn 151 57< 148 S47 1U JS9 1(9 533 14! 471 152 Sill 149 549 G 148 S48 127 <* 156 650 12< 44> 128 45J 123 485 IX 4G7 125 45! in 59 152 656 147 SS9 ABRHPct S3 111 .325 76 136 .314 SO 179 73 170 85 ITS K 164 72 1(6 74 174 71 164 .312 111 .309 .3M. .3OT Z» .239 Burroughs, All CromarUe.MU Concepcion, CM AMERICAN L£AGU£ Carevt.Mim CXiver.Ta • 8ice,Bos PuueUa.NY Roberu.Sea Yount,Hii OUs,KC . . OgJiTte.MU Bosloct,Cal UFloee,Det Munson.NY HOHERIKS NATIONAL LEAGUE: Foster, Clo 35- Unirokl, Ptul 32; Smith. LA and Parker, Pill 29; Kinsman, Chi u. AMERICAN LEAGUE: Rice, Bos 43. Baylor. Cal and Pisje. MU 33, Thornlon, Cler B; Tronus. Mil 31 ' ABR HPrt M IBS 338 (1 160 115 205 » 140 74 in 64 145 72 134 m 136 74 169 123 153 IS 173 321 315 JIJ 3M 2?!' .29! SI 296 .254 JSH NATIONAL LEAGUE: Parker, Pitt ill; Foster. On 110; Canty. LA 109. Ciark, SF 98; Wmrieki.SU 97 AMERICAN LEAGUE Rice, Bas 133: Staub, Dft US; HisJe, Mil 113, Thornton. Ctev 103; Carty. STOLEN BASES NATIONAL LEAGUE: .Moreno, Pill 63. Lopes. LA 44; Taveras, Pitt 43; DeJesus, Oil and Smith. SD39 • AMERICAN LEAGUE Unore. Del 67, Crux. Sea ai , Wiiis, 7ei 50 , Dikme, Oak 47 ; Wilson, KC PtTCUWG VICTORIES NAT1O.VAJ. LEAGUE: Perrj.SOaM.. HoUw. LA 1»». Grumley, Mil D-lu. .\iekro. AU l»lf. Blue. SK IM, Rjcftart, Itou 17 1 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE Gu«ir\. ^Y ZJ- 3 Cikhreil, Mil 21 * Palmer. Bilt» 11. Spiillorll, KC 1*11. Leonard. KC IH7 EARNED HUN AVERAGE NATIONAL LEAGUE Kojers, MU147. S»an. NY !«. Vuclonch. SI L !U..)!ooton. U and Rlue.SFia AM>JUCAN LEAGUE: Giudo. NY 174, CaMweil. Mil IB, Mallad. Tra 235, Pal.-ner Hall 147, Vikings Get Close Win Over Bears CHICAGO (UPI) Scrambling Fran Tarkenton penetrated the Chicago Bears' defense for 152 yards, including one touchdown, and Matt Blair ran 49 yards for a touchdown with a fumble recovery to lead the underdog Minnesota Vikings to a 24-20 triumph in the nationally televisied Monday night NFL football game. The Vikings got off to a 14-0 lead when Tarkenton hit Sammy White on a 33- yard touchdown on ' his second pass, and Blair took a lateral from Mike Mullaney after a fumble by Bears' quarterback Bob Avellini and went unmolested for a score. The Bears came back, but couldn't maintain possession to get in front. Walter Payton ran three yards for a- first period touchdown, and Bob Thomas kicked a 27-yard field goal in the second. period and a 32-yard field goal in the third to pull the Bears within a point at 1413. But then Tarkenton directed the Vikings on a 69- yard scoring drive which culminated when Chuck Foreman dove over 'from the one on the 10th play and put the victory away with 2:56 gone in the final period. Rick Danmeier, who placed . every conversion, connected on a 29- yard field goal. Minnesota grabbed a 14-7 lead oh Tarkenton's 32-yard touchdown pass to Sammy White and a 49-yard run with a fumble recovery by MattBJair. The Bears got a break to score with 1:26 left in the first quarter when Len Walterscheid blocked a punt by Mike Wood and the Bears took over on the Vikings' 13. Payton made eight yards in two plays, a penalty put the ball on the Vikings' three and Payton ran in for the score. LAST WEEK'S FOOTBALL UOTEST 1 *»{«<•... Arthur Hickmon 7301StmrtJU. Gchrartoo, T»xos Richard Dautong 5601 Pdm CrcJe 3rd Jesse M. Womock 1118AY8.M Goivtston, Texas END SUMMER SPECIALS! FINAL PAINT CLEARNACE! BUY 1 GALLON AT REG. PRICE GET 2 GALLONS FREE! GALVESTON ON ALL BUTE PAINT TEXAS CITY ON ALL BENJAMIN MOORE PAINT SUBJECT TO STOCK ON HAND *2 FREE GALLONS AT COMPARABLE PRICE. EASY TO INSTALL FOLDING STAIRWAY CHOICE OF OPINING SIZES. TO 1 05" Cf /LING HEIGHT ONLY 39 Top grade southern.plne ossembled, ready to install SINGLE CYLINDER Dead Lock by Weiser 9 Turnpiece interior leyed outside, I" long bolt deadlock. Heavy Wooden SCREEN DOOR 25 HEAVY DUTY SCREEN DOOR. WIDE STYLES, WOOD IS OF DURABLE WHITE PINE. 32"x80" v WIRE PAINT STRIPPER U L • 5 FOOT ALUMINUM STEPLADDER TYPIII DUTY RATING: 225 LBS. 19 95 Introducing frtfe C\\«'"//A V * rV * r^J& r s>.\ V LIGHTING IDEA? FOR SUCCESSFUL DECORATING ALUMINUM ESTENSiON LADDERS 24 FOOT REG. 79.95 MAXIMUM WORKING LENGTH2V 20 FOOT MAXIMUM WORKING LENGTH 17' REG. 89.95 STEEL SECURTIY STORM DOOR on y $ 345 •Heat treated safely glaitl sSAaUitfui designs •Bank vault type locking Steel Is ground polished "That's a Butler building?' Yes. ihal's u Builcr huililirn:. fn fuel, yiiu prnlxihly M;L' bcauliful liuiicr^uiidinu 1 . all the lime ;iru! ilun'i kn<i>v il. Bcfimsj.' «hai many people cfnn'i ffiili/c is ihjl we can hulM'siii. J llullcr huililini! (hill !•• uviwieful i<( ilram;ilic as ;my riuiltiini;. Wiih fl.ll. slupcJ or curved r<x>flincs. WIMXJ. glass, hriirk . or alnuAi any exterior. One in five stones hiyh. You uive us • your'puidelines ami ive'll huild you a huilclin^ |hal fils vour. needs and your huilucl. you'll yet itu; aliracnvc buililint: you wam. plus all the iniporianl iinu-anJ nioncv sax ini;s <i[ sssU'ins conslruetion. So. if you're planning a OL-W huildinj;. eall us, Theeornhin.v lion of our consiruL'Uon krow-hou and ihe ilcsiiin . fletiliilily o( Duller BinMine SyMems ean he J heaiiiiful solution lo your needs. 177 CONSOLIDATED SYSTEMS; INC. GALVESTON, TEXAS 77553 TELEPHONE 762^2986 NOW ALL WEATHERSTRIP md ITEMS 10 % OFF SPECIALS GOOD THRU 9-30 78 7:30 to 5:00 MON THRU FRI. 7:30 to 1:00 SAT. Two Convenient Location TEXAS CITY 100910tfcSt.fr. BAY-M LUMBER Co2fL "DEAL LUMBER CO GALVESTON 6520 Stewart Rd. "Home of The Friendly Ones" BUILdER -•0

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