2-C CEi <f>jiUu-9ii>H Sunday Morning, October 1, 1978 Penn State Stops HaplassTCU58-0 Ohio State Edges Baylor 34-28 UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. tUPD — Sophomore tailback Booker Moore scored three touchdowns, including one on a 9-yard run 10 seconds after the opening kickoff, and Chuck Fusina threw for two more scores Saturday to spark fifth-ranked Penn State to a 58-0 victory over Texas Christian. The Nittany Lions, 5-0, scored three times in the Jirst quarter on runs of 9 and 1 yards by Moore and a 9-yard Fusina to Bob Bassett scoring pass. They added another TD in the second period on reserve tailback Joel Coles' 5-yard run to take a 28-0 halftime lead over the Horned Frogs, 1-2. Fusina hit tight end Brad Scovill with a 53-yard touchdown pass and Moore dashed 4 yards for his third score midway through the third quarter to give the Nittany Lions a 42-0 lead. Coach Joe Paterno gave his regulars the rest of the day off. The reserves tallied 16 fourth-quarter points on a safety, a 33-yard touchdown pass "from Tony Capozzoli to Kit Vernaglia and a 2- yard scoring run by third- string tailback Leo McClelland. Penn State's eight touchdowns in one game exceeded their total of six touchdowns in the first four games. TCU was stunned on the first play from scrimmage when quarterback Steve Bayuk fumbled the snap and tackle Bruce Clark recovered for Penn State on the 9. On the next play, Moore, starting in place of the injured Mike Guman, swept right end, broke a tackle and dove into the end zone. Moore gained 25 yards on Penn State's next scoring drive, climaxed by Fusina's TD toss to Bassett. The Nittany Lions took over on downs at their own 28 later in the opening quarter and drove 72 yards, with Moore going up the middle on the 12th play for a 1-yard touchdown. A 17-yard pass from Fusina to Scott Fitzkee set up the Nittany Lions' next touchdown as Coles, a freshman, broke over left tackle to cap a 61-yard drive. COLUMBUS (UPI) Freshman quarterback Art Schlichler ran for one touchdown and passed 51 yards to Doug Donley for a second score Saturday to rally Ohio State to a 34-28 victory over winless Baylor. The win, the Buckeye's second against one loss, was the 200th at Ohio State for Coach Woody Hayes, making him only the third coach to win that many games at one school. Schlichter, who had two first-half passes intercepted — both setting up Baylor touchdowns — raced 24 yards for Ohio State's first score and put the Buckeyes ahead for good 24-21 early in the third quarter with the 51-yard strike to Donley, who was all alone along the right sideline. Ohio State's other scores came on 4- and 1-yard runs by Paul Campbell, a 34- yard field goal by Bob Atha and a 17-yarder by Blade Janakicvski. Baylor's four touchdowns come on a 9- yard pass from Steve Smith to Gordon Marshall, a 3- yard run by Tony Laws, a 15-yard Smith to Mike Fisher pass and 24-yard toss from Smith to Robert Mitchell. Upper Fishing Coast Survey GALVESTON TENNIS Association officers are pictured above at the Menard Park courts here. The new group plans to upgrade the sport with a challenge ladder that all members will take part in. Pictured above are (front, left to right) Jimmy Kimling and Joanne Glenn and in the back Garret Glenn and David Martin. For further information on the tennis association call 762-9988 or 763-1228 on weekdays. (News photo by Vince Stiglich Jr.) Notre Dame Stops Purdue SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI) — Jerome Heavens brought Notre Dame from behind with a 26-yard touchdown run and Joe Unis provided insurance with a 27-yard field goal after an interception to give the Fighting Irish their first win of the season, 10-6 over Purdue Saturday. All Notre Dame's points came in a 1:48 span of the third period. Heavens' run ended a 46-yard drive in five plays after Purdue was forced to punt from its end zone. Unis' field goal came on the fourth play after Randy Harrison intercepted a Mark Hermann pass and returned it 34 yards to the Boilermaker 14. Purdue took a 6-0 lead in the first half on field goals of 28 and 47 yards by Scott Sovereen. One came after Purdue marched from its own 19, twice converting successfully on fourth-and- one situations to reach the Notre Dame 11 before losing 19 yards on two plays. Notre Dame moved into Purdue territory only three times and once was immediately set back by a clipping penalty. Notre Dame's best drive carried to the Purdue 19 but a running play lost five yards and Unis missed a 41-yard field goal attempt. Notre Dame quarterback Joe Montana came off the bench a year ago against Purdue and completed 9-of- 14 passes in the fourth quarter to lead the Irish to a 31-24 victory. SUNDAY'SSOUTLOOK-Fair to good. WATER CONDlTIONS-Good. SUNDAY TIDES-High al 4:39 am (1.6 ft) and 4:39 pm (1.6 It), low at 10:36 am (0.8fl)andll:28pm(0.9fO. SUNDAY SUN-Risc at 7:12 am, set at 7:05pra. SUNDAY MOON-Rise at 6:34 am, set at6:54pm. MONDAYTlDES-Highat4:Mamll.5 ft) and 5:31 pm (1.6 ft), low at 11:06 am (0.7(1) and 11:28 pm (0.9ft). MONDAY SUN-Rise at 7:13 am, set al 7:Mpm. MONDAY MOON-Rise at 7:30 am, set at 7:32pm. A slight breeze from the north cleared up the waters yesterday. Because of this fact, the area camps reported catches of flounder, red fish, bull red, jackfish, croaker, sand trout and red snapper. The jackfish were running over by the Gulf Coast Pier. Terry Burleson hooked two, Dennis Strickhausen had three jackfish, Robert Velzer also had three and David Ferguson and Burton Bellow each had one. Flounder were also in abundunce at he pier. Mary Goode had seven, Dan Torres caught 10 and Walt Kalinowsky caught six. Raymond Loyd also had a 28-pound bull red, the largest one of the di : y. Bull red were also reported from the Wilson Bait Camp. Tony Chomanko had one red and 40 sand trout, Bendo Monotti had two bull red, Ray Windsor had one 35- pound red. Other catches reported from the camp were Maggie Woley who had six flounder, the Bell Party who had four flounder and one red and M.F. Quinn who hooked six flounder and seven croaker. The Wadell Bait Camp had some good reports over by Sea Wolf Park. Conrad Johnson caught eight flounder, Jack Fish and Mark Risinger caught two bull reds, L.J. Mahanay caught five flounder, W.H. Rainy and Earl Harris had 27Hounder and Jackie Scott caught two reds.nine croaker and one sand trout. Finally out at the Galveston Yacht Basin that camp reported some good catches. Charlie Levan- dowskicaught 15 flounder, Tim Croaken caught 30 red snapper andFred Wilkerson had 50 croaker. I THE SHOULDER HOLSTER For the super sleek look. The popular Shoulder Holster. Genuine leather with fully adjustable shoulder strap, velcro closing pouch with separate zip open pouch. So practical for billfolds, keys, etc. $20. First FloorMen's Furnishings Downlown Central Flora...765-6301 Hipp Paces Nebraska In Victory Over Indiana Sears BLOOMINGTCN, Ind. (UPI) — I.M. Hipp ran for four touchdowns Saturday to highlight a record-setting assault in 12th-ranked Nebraska's 69-17 victory over Indiana. In recording its third win in four games, Nebraska tallied the most points ever against Indiana, eclipsing the 68 run up by Purdue 1892. Hipp, a junior tailback, scored three of Nebraska's first four touchdowns in the first period and the Cor- nhuskers led 35-10 at the half. Nebraska so outclassed the Hoosiers thai Coach Tom Osborne used every available player, including three quarterbacks. Hipp gained 123 yards in 21 carries before leaving with five minutes left in the third period. He scored on runs of 9, 6, 8 and 9 yards. His four touchdowns and 24 points also set Indiana Stadium records. Third-string tailback Tim Wurth scored twice and Nebraska's other touchdowns were scored by Rick Berns, Frank Lockett, Bruce Dunning and Jim Kotera. Only one Nebraska touchdown came on a pass, a 27- yard throw from starter Tom Sorley to Lockett in the third period. Dunning recovered an Indiana punt blocked by Berrie Nelson in the Hoosier end zone for another tally. Sorley completed 8-of-13 passes for 168 yards and the touchdown to Lockett. Indiana scored twice in the second period following fumble recoveries — first on a 25-yard pass from Scott Arnelt to Mike Friede and then on a 35-yard field goal by David Freud. The Hoosiers' final touchdown, with three seconds left to play, was a 19-yard pass from substitute quartrback Tim Clifford to Mark Fishel. Nebraska had 31 first downs for another stadium record. It was the fourth straight victory for Nebraska in this intersectional series which the Hoosiers lead 9-7-3. 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