The Tyler Courier-Times from Tyler, Texas on April 30, 1978 · 27
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EHislExp sds Morel Saclc 5 oon Cor O T,"rtw.TIM.Tlgrajfc OtJl. A SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 1978 Clgsiifld Ads Ar Result Grtri ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Texas Rangers pitcher Roger Moret, hospitalized in a psychiatric facility since falling into a "catatonic" trance April 12, is only a "couple of outings away" from being back in top pitching form, says catcher John EUis. A smiling and relaxed Moret resumed workouts with the Rangers on Friday, pitching batting practice and saying, "I feelgood." "He's a natural," said Ellis, who caught Moret during bat ting practice. "He's throwing well. A couple more times out and it'll be like he never left." The slender, whip-armed left-hander, who is on the restricted list, will work out with the team on an out-patient basis and return to the Arlington Neuropsychiatric Center at night He plans to go to New York next weekend and visit his family, working-out with the Rangers when they arrive for a three-game series with the Yankees. Spring Football Roundup... Cornhusker Reds Shuck Whites LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI) -Dean Sukup kicked a 30-yard field goal with 19 seconds left Saturday to give the Nebraska White team a 14-13 victory over the Red squad Saturday in the Cornhuskers' annual Red-White spring football game. Sukup's field goal, his second of the game, capped a 58-yard drive in the final 1:12 of the game. Quarterback Brad Humphrey marched the White team from its own 23 to the Red's 13, , hitting Anthony Branch for 18 yards and Scott Woodard for 20 yards. The Red-White game, which winds up Nebraska's spring football drils, pitted the first and fourth units on the Red squad against the second and third team Whites. Several players, including quarterback Jeff Quinn, changed stfes during the game. Tom Sofley, considered the Cornhuskers' No. 1 quarterback, started for the Reds, but was injured midway through the first quarter while carrying on a broken pass play around the left side. He left the game for the afternoon after hitting five straight passes for 57 yards, throwing incomplete to Junior Miller on the first play of the game. After playing a scoreless first quarter, Sukup kicked his first field goal of the game, hitting a 26-yard fielder with 12:53 left in the second quarter. Billy Todd tied the game nine minutes later with a 40-yard field goal and hit a 41-yard field goal with 12:23 left TCU Foof ball in the third quarter to give the Reds a 6-3 lead. The Reds capitalized on a blocked punt by George Andrews at the Whites' 23 to take a 13-3 lead with 9:11 left in the third quarter. The Whites narrowed the , lead to 13-11 on Derrie Nelson's block of a Todd punt with 17 seconds left in the third period. Nelson picked the ball up on a bounce at the 4 and went into end zone for the touchdown. Tim Wurth, the Whites' leading rusher with 83 yards on 20 carries, went around the right side for a two-point coversion. "I was depressed and that had a lot to do with it. Now I feel right." the 28-year-old reliever told reporters Friday. "The two weeks rest was fine." Executive Vice President Eddie Robmson expressed confidence Mora would return to action with the team. Manager Bill Hunter said he'll monitor Moret's workouts for the next two weeks, but said he's willing to reactivate Moret once he's convinced everything has returned to normal. Dr. Armando Desaloms, Moret's psychiatrist, said it will probably be a week to 10 days before Moret is released from the hospital. Moret has been running and throwing on hospital grounds to remain in shape. SIDING' ALUMINUM STttl VINYl ALUMINUM Pl ACfMENT STORM WINDOWS SCREENS AWNINGS. Bullard Siding Co., Inc. FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL AlChor1ir4 Son 597-1881 f M M M M M Purples Spring 10-7 Win FORT WORTH - Texas (AP) Henry Jacot's 33-yard field goal gave the Purple a 10-7 victory over the White Saturday in Texas Christian's annual spring football game. Don Harris threw a 16-yard pass to Craig Richardson as the White took a 7-0 lead on the first play of the fourth quarter. But the Purple fought back immediately with a 53-yard pass from quarterback Steve Bayuk to Micheal Milton the first play after the kickoff. Bayuk hit Mark Renfro in the end zone from 13 yards out two plays later for the tying touchdown. Allen Roberts, second-team quarterback for the Purple squad, engineered the winning scoring drive. Roberts, a starting defensive back last season as a freshman, got the drive going with a 17-yard keeper from his 41. A personal foul stifled the drive, but Roberts passed 22 yards to Brad Bowen. A personal foul against the Whites gave Jacot, a walkon, the position he needed for his win- ning field goal midway through the last quart . The Purple team had a 254-183 edge in total yardage. Each team had two turnovers, with Mark Labhart and Kelvin Newton picking off interceptions. Linebacker Charlie Abel was credited with 14 tackles for the White team. Newton had 13 to go with his interception, while Jim Bayuk had 11. For the Purple, noseguard Fred Williams had 11 tackles and linebacker Steve Bingham had 10. Sims Paces OU Varsity NORMAN, Okla. (UPI) -Halfback Billy Sims scored two touchdowns Saturday to go with a 69-yard touchdown pass by J.C. Watts and a 24-yard scoring run by fullback Kenny King in a 28-21 Oklahoma varsity victory over the Sooner alumni. Sims' second touchdown, a 5-yard dash in the fourth quarter following a 35-yard run by Watts, proved to be the win-ningTD. King slanted off tackle untouched for the varsity's first score on the first play after starting quarterback Thomas Lott, nearly sacked for a long loss, scrambled for a 36-yard gain. Sims broke free for an 8-yard touchdown moments Later, after Jay Jimerson recovered a fumble by old grad Gregg Pruitt, now with the Cleveland Browns. Watts, whose first pass of the afternoon was intercepted, uncorked the 69-yard touchdown throw to Steve Rhodes on his second effort. The extra point kick attempt following King's touchdown failed but the varsity made up for it with a two-point conversion pass from Watts to halfback Forest Dealora after the final touchdown. Sims won the Bud Wilkinson Award as the game's outstanding back, and noseguard Reggie Kinlaw won the Corner Jones Award as the outstanding lineman. With the varsity regulars playing infrequently, the alumni took a 21-20 halftone lead on two touchdown runs of 2-yards each by Tim Welch and a 23-yard pass from Ron Fletcher to Pruitt, Pruitt caught passes of 41 and 10 yards in that drive before his touchdown eaten and finished the day win five catches for 87 yards. The alumni had 18 first downs, compared to 14 for the varsity. The old grads out-passed the varsity 141 yards to 91, but trailed 148 to 256 yards in rushing. The game was played before a sun-baked crowd of 15,300 in a somewhat casual atmosphere. The old grads were given enough time outs to compensate for the age differential and the officials appeared to be less than severe on calling procedure infractions against them. Coach Barry Switzer said it was a "fun game" and he was pulling for the alumni all the way. Switzer said he was pleased With the wrap-up of spring practice, although the varsity did not get to accomplish some of the things in the game that they would under regular game conditions. Milwaukee Hoping To Even Playoff Series With Nuggets MILWAUKEE (UPI) - The Milwaukee Bucks sold 4,200 tickets Saturday for a, game many local fans never expected to see, the sixth in Milwaukee's best-of-seven NBA playoff series against Denver. Down 3-1 to the Nuggets and never having won a game in Denver, the Bucks bounced back for their second win, 117-112, Friday night and now will play host for the sixth game Sunday at the Milwaukee Arena. 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