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ac Â· Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., Sept. 22, 1974 FAVETTCVILLC, ARKANSAS Yanks Smash Indians With Big Home Runs ,'._ NEW YORK (AP) -- Roy ' White's three-run homer and Â· l^obby Murcer's two-run shot "'powered the New York Yan- 7kees to a come-from-behind 14-7 ,.victory over the Cleveland Indians Saturday. Trailing 7-2 after the Indians faked Doc Medich and Mike Wallace for seven runs in the third inning, the Yankees ral- Â·'lied for five runs in the fourth i and four runs in the fifth. '-Â·' A crowd of 14,648 and a na- 1 tional television audience saw Â·-Murcer's homer--his first ever Â·"at Shea Stadiums-climax the .'Â·Â·-Yankees' fourth inning come-'back to tie the score at 7-7. Murcer's ninth homer of the -"season also routed Indians' starter Jim Perry. White, the Yankees' designated hitter, unloaded his sixth homer of the year against Milt Wilcox in the fifth inning. It put Â· the Yankees in front 11-7. Â· Â·Â· The Yanks had gone ahead 8.7 earlier in the fifth on Sandy .wilh the bases loaded. Singles ; by Chris Chambliss and Graig Nettles and a fielder's choice in ' which Chambliss eluded a run- Â· down lag had loaded the bases. Â· Nettles hit a solo homer :n the fourth for the Yanks and . John Lowenstein belted a two- j run homer in the Indians' sev- Â· en-run uprising. White and Murcer each deliv- ' ered run-scoring singles in the Yankees' three-run seventh. ': White also stole home in the Â· first. Rudy May, 7-4, gained the Â· victory. Tom Hilgendorf, 4-3, Â·; took the loss. Three Run Homer Sends New York Over Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Â· Wayne Garrett hammered a three-run homer in the seventh Inning to power the New York Mets and Jerry Koosman to a Â·4-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates Saturday. Garrett's blast broke up a pitching duel between Pilts" burgh's Juan Pizarro, 0-1, and New York's Koosman, 14-10. . Koosman gave up a home run ..to Bob Robertson in the fifth Â· for the first run of the game. \ Prior lo that, the left-hander Â· hadn't allowed a runner reach '.second base. ; Pizarro had surrendered two Â· Harmless singles until Cleon .' Jones opened the seventh with Â· a double. With one out, Duffy Dyer was safe on a throwing error by Pittsburgh shortstop Frank Taveras. After Teddy Â· Martinez poppep out., Garrett unloaded his homer. AH three .of the runs were unearned. '. The Pirates scored their sec- Â· ond run on singles by Rennie Â· Stennctt, Manny Sanguillen and Â·; Al Oliver in the eighth inning. Â· Koosman delivered the Mets' fi- ; nal run with a double in the -ninth. MADISON, Wis. CAP) -- iregg Bohlig passed for 242 Â·ards, including a 77-yard ouchdown strike to Jeff Mack vith 3:29 left, leading Wisconsin to a 21-20 upset over fourth- ranked Nebraska in a regional- y televised college football lame Saturday. Bohlig's decisive bomb came wo plays after Nebraska ' had driven to a first down at the Wisconsin two-yard line, but lad lo settle for a 22-yard field ;oal by Mike Coyle that gave he Cornhuskers a 20-14 lead. Mack, a senior flanker, caught Bohlig's pass at the Wisconsin 35 and outraced tornhusker defenders to the end zone. Padres Drop LA For First Time ; -LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Nate ^Colbert doubled home two runs yin San Diego's 4-3 victory over Â·'.Los Angeles Saturday, the "Padres' first victory over the "Dodgers after 13 defeats this - year. V - Despite the loss, the Dodgers maintained a 3'Â£-game lead over Cincinnati In the Nationa League West. The Reds were beaten 8-6 by the San Francisco Giants. Rookie Dan Spillner, 8-11 pitched a five-hitter for the Padres, striking out seven Dodgers while walking one. Dave Winfield's first-inning triple off loser Doug Ran, 13-10 gave San Diego a 2-0 lead. The Padres made it 4-0 in the thin when Glenn Beckert and Bobby Tolan led off with singles anc Colbert doubled against the centerfield wall. ' Colbert's two RBIs proved decisive when Los Angeles scored single runs in the fourth sixth and ninth innings. Mike Marshall finished the game for Los Angeles, the 78th time he has done so this sea son. It established a major league record he shared pre viously with Ken Sanders, who finished 77 games for Mil waukee in 1971. Twins Throttle Angels 8-1 BLOOMINGTON, Minn. '(AP) -- Eric Soderholm drove in four runs and Minnesota's Bert BIyleven throttled California on four hits Saturday for a 8-1 victory, BIyleven, 16-16, struck out 12 to run his season total to 237, second to Nolan Ryan's major league-leading 343. Soderholm drove in two of the four Minnesota runs in the first inning with a double and delivered two more with a bases-loaded single in a three-run sixth. California starter Chuck Dob son, 1-2, surrendered two rung in the first on Pat Bourque'a pop fly double. Dobson departed in the second after walking home the fifth Twins' run with the bases loaded, : (AP Wirephoto) UPSET IN THE MAKING . .Wisconsin's BUI Karek (26) scores from the one yard line during a 21-20 upset victory over Nebraska Spunky Wisconsin Bops Big Eight's Nebraska 10th Inning Homer Saves Frisco Victory SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Ed ioodson belted a two-run iomer in the 10th Inning Salur- ay, lifting the San Francisco Hants to an 8-6 victory over he Cincinnati Reds. With one out in the 10th, Jary Thomasson singled. One ut later, Goodson slammed his ixth homer of the season over he left-field fence. The Reds rallied for two runs n the top of the ninth to tie the core at 6-6, With one out, Ken Griffey aced a triple to right-center and scored when Darrell Chaney beat out an infield single. Terry Crowley then belted an RBI double down the left-field inc. The Giants took a 5-0 lead in he first inning against Reds starter Jack Billingham, who was making his second attempt to become the first 20-game winner in the National League. Bobby Bonds and Tito Fuentes walked to start the inning and Gary Matthews drove oth home with a triple to right-center. Goodson singled Matthews home and Steve Onli- veros doubled Goodson across, mocking out Billingham. The Inal run of the inning came on a throwing error by Chancy. Chaney's second - i n n i n g homer made it 5-1 and the Reds jot two more runs in the third, lelped by an error by Mathews. The Giants made it 6-3 n the bottom of the third, but Cincinnati closed to within 6-4 n the seventh on singles by -Jriffey and Chaney and a sac- ifice fly by pinch-hitter Joe .lorgan. Junior safety Steve Wagner preserved the victory by intercepting an Earl Everett pass wilh 2:40 to play, enabling the Badgers to run out the clock. Everett, a sophomore, played most of the way at quarterback for Nebraska after its star passer, David Humm, left with a hip injury in the second quarter. A one-yard plunge by Jeff Moran gave Nebraska a first down at the Wisconsin two-yard line with five minutes to play, but defenders Bob Czeckowicz, Rick Jakious and Wagner pushed the Cornhuskers back to the three on' their next three plays, setting up Coyle's second field goal. Untested Miami Shackles 18th Ranked Houston Cougars 20-3 HOUSTON (AP) -- Untested Miami throttled IBth-ranked Houston's veer offense and overcame four lost fumbles with a five-yard touchdown run by Don Martin and two 22-yard field goals by Chris Dennis to score a 20-3 upset victory Saturday. Houston fullback Donnie McGraw set up. Miami's first touchdown when he fumbled on his own 3t-yard line late in the first quarter. Martin twisted 11 yards prior to his five-yard touchdown run. The Hurricane, opening its season for the second straight year with an upset victory took a 10-0 lead early in the second quarter on Dennis' first 22-yard field goal. The kick came after the Cougar defense stopped Miami on two touchdown attempts. Houston cqrnerback Robert Giblin recovered the first of Miami's four fumbles at the Miami 34-yard line late in the second quarter. The Cougars' sputtering offense got the ball to the five-yard line but had to settle for a 22-yard field goal by Lennard Coplin for a 10-3 halftime score. The Hurricane, directed by quarterback Kary Baker, added the clincher with 4:48 left in the game on a one-yard dive by Woody Thompson after,Houston had failed to take advantage of Giblin's second fumble recovery moments earlier at the Houston 40. It was the second loss of the season in three games for the Cougars, who ranked 7th in the nation inThe Associated Pres preseason poll. Miami opened its season last year with a victory over the Texas Longhorns. Miami's thrashing of the Cougars could have been worse had it not been for the Hurricane's four costly fumbles, Baker fumbled at Houston's one-yard line in the third quar- Ohio Blanks Kent State 20-0 KENT, Ohio (AP) -- Senior tailback L.C. Lyons traveled 158 yards in 41 carries and scored one touchdown, leading Ohio University to a 20-0 victory over Kent State University in a Mid-American Conference football game Saturday After a scoreless first quarter, quarterback Richard Bevly plunged into the end zone from the one to finalize a 40-yard drive that look nine plays and gave Ohio a 7-0 lead with 6:58 remaining in Ihe first half. The drive was set up when Ohio safety Mike Nugent recovered Kent quarterback Mark Rohalcy's fumble. In the third quarter, Gary Homer booted a 50-yard field fioal. ter and defensive tackle Lee Canalito recovered for Houston Baker also fumbled on his own 35 in the second period anc defensive tackle Wilson Whitley got it for the Cougars. Bu Miami got It right back when Houston quarterback Dayic Husmann threw an interception to Paul Marshall. Houston's defense stiffened in the second half stopping Miam drives at the Houston one am seven yard line but the Cougars highly touted offense couldn't capitalize on any of the mis cues. Miami, which had touble de fending veer offense in its 5-6 season last year apparently found the formula against the C o u g a r s . They continually forced Husmann to keep on the option play and then poundec him for losses. The Hurricane offense, mean while, rolled up 244 yards on the ground. Thompson was the game's leading rusher with 85 yards on 19 carries. Tim Morgan added 59 yards on six carries and Martin fin ished with 51 yards on 10 car ries. The Cougers, who got only 152 yards rushing, were led by McGraw with 79 yards on 1' carries. New York Stars Sign 4 Gridders NEW YORK (AP) -- The New York Stars of the World Football League announced Sat urday the signing of four play ers including three Nationa Football League veterans. Agreeing to terms were cor nerback John Dockery, a sev en-year pro who has played for the New York Jets and Pitts burgh Steelers in the NFI Joey Jackson, a defensive line man with the Jets for twÂ» sea sons, wide receiver Al Barnes who has been with the Detroi Lions, and rookie running back John King. The Stars also asked waivers on two rookies, safety Lou An gelo and corncrback Wendell Wilson. The club said t h e . four new players would he in the lineup for Tuesday night's game against the Detroit Wheels. Suns Trim Roster LAKE HAVASU CITY, Ariz (AP) -- The National Basketball Association Phoenix Suns trimmed their roster to 15 players Saturday by cutting second year forward Bill Chamberlain and guard Clyde Dickey o Boise State. The 6-foot-6 Chamberlain played in 28 games last season after arriving from Golden State in January. He averagec 5.5 points per game. STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -- Unranked Navy, a 24-point underdog, stunned eighth-ranked Penn State with a second pe ; iod touchdown and conversion md then held on for a 7-6 foot- all victory over the fumbling Nittany Lions in rainswept Beaver Stadium Saturday. Navy fullback Bob Jackson .wept to his left and threw a our-yard touchdown pass to Robin Ameen with 14:06 left in he second quarter, Sophomore Steve Dykes then booted what urned out to be. the winning point. After losing five fumbles, including one at the 12 and another at the Navy nine, Penn State 'inally scored with 4:42 left in ;he final period on a five-yard ass from quarterback Tom Shuman to split end Jerry Je- Sox Topple Orioles (-5 BOSTON (AP) -- Deron Johnson singled home the winning run In the 10th inning, providing the Boston Red Sox with a comeback 6-5 victory over the Jaltimore Orioles in a game marked by three long rain de ays Saturday. The loss dropped the Orioles one game behind the New York Yankees in the American ,ea*gue East pennant race. The bird-place Red Sox remained r our games off the Yankee pace. A one-out single by Tim HcCarver, a double by Tommy Harper and an intentional walk ;o Juan Beniquez loaded the jases before Johnson drove home Boston's game-winner. The Red Sox tied the game at 5-5 with four runs in the ninth inning, three on Dwight Evans home run. Carl Yastzremskl singled home the first run ol the rally. The scheduled nationally tele' vised game took six hours ant 27 minutes to complete, wilh the actual playing time 3:06. I started at 2:21 p.m. and wounc up at 8:48. Baltimore starter Jim Palm er withstood two delays, bu needed relief help from Bol Reynolds after the third. Key nolds came in during the sev enth inning and checked Boston until the ninth, when Gran Jackson took over and gave up the tying runs. The Orioles ta'gged Bostoi southpaw Bill Lee for two run on a bunt single by Paul Blair a double by Bobby Grich and a single by Don Baylor before the rain hit with two out in the firs inning. That delay lasted 2 hours am 29 minutes. With a crowd of 21, 55 on hand and a champion ship race involved, the umpire, wanted to get the game in. The Orioles added a run on a single by Andy Etchebarren, e sacrifice bunt by Mark Bela nger and a single by Blair in the fifth. Then the game wa interrupted for 30 minutes more by rain. Baltimore made it 4-0 in the sixth as Brooks Robinson sin Sled and came around on a double by Earl Williams and a single by Enos Cabell, then the rain hit again, causing anothe: 31-minute delay. Fred Lynn singled home a run for the Red Sox in the sixth and the Orioles took a 5-1 lead on Etchebarren's homer in the ninth. USSR Widens Shooting Lead THUN Switzerland (AP) The United States Saturda won two gold medals but tht Soviet Union added five to wid en its over-all lead in the 41s world shooting championships. Margaret IVfurdoek of Tc peka, Kan., tied the women' world record for a prone rifli victory, leading her team to first place finish. Mrs. Murdock, a 32-year-oli veteran on her third worlt, team, scored a 598 out of 600 to top Christina Gustafsson o Sweden by one point. Nonk, Fatarova of Bulgaria took th bronze with a 594. ' Schuyler Helbtng of Weath erford, Tex., at 16 the younges member of the U.S. team, fired a 593 and Diana Zimmerman o Alexandria, Va., a 587 to i with Murdock's score for a gol. medal winning aggregate o 1,778. Soph Ties Loop Record BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (AP) -- Sophomore running back Dave Preslon scored five touchdowns, tying a Mld-Amerl can Conference football record as Bowling Green exploded in the second half and beat Day ton 41-21 Saturday, In Stunning Upset Navy Downs Penn State rome. Penn State Coach Joe Pn- lerno then decided to try for a two-point conversion instead of settling for a possible tie. Shuman threw a pass intended for Jim Eaise but the Navy defend ers broke it up. Penn State, kicked off and held the Middies, forcing a punt .and giving the Lions a last- ditch chance to save their 20- 'game home field winning streak and 13-game overall winning skein. . Â· Penn Slate moved to a first down at the Navy 28, but three plays failed to make a first down and Chris Bahr missed his fourth field goal of the game, a 43-yarder that was long enough but wide to the right. The victory was the first for the unbeaten Middies over a ranking team since they defeated Penn State and Michigan in the 1967 season. They beat Virginia last week In tlieir opener while Penn Slate was edging Stanford 24-20. The last lime Penn Stale lost at home was a 24-7 decision lo Syracuse in 1970. It was the second home loss for the perennially-powerful Nittany Lions in seven years. Navy drove 80 yards in 11 plays for its big score. The drive began with a 21- yard burst by Jackson to a first down at his 41. After two plays gained a yard, quarterback Mike Poirer hit Ike Owens with a 14-yard pass at the Penn State 44. Poirer then hit Ameen for 21 and another first down at the Lion 23. Two plays gained four yarflt und again the Middies converted a key third down play with a 10-yard pass from Poirer lo Jackson. Ed Gilmore ran for fivo yards and then 'one yard before Jackson, running wide lo his left, suddenly stopped and threw to Ameen in the end zone. Dykes converted for a 7-0 lead. The touchdown drive was the Middies' only real offensive move of the day. Meanwhile, Penn Stale frantically moved up and down the field but were done in by seven fumbles, five of which they lost. The losing Lions gained 267 yards on the ground to only 8V for Navy, and picked up 108 more passing to 84 for the winning Midshipmen. Tulane Rumbles Pas) Army Cadets 31-14 WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) -- Jteve Foley and Terry Loohey roke open a tight game with ong touchdown passes 3V4 minutes apart late in the second period Saturday and Tulane vent on to a 31-14 college football victory over Army. It was Tulane's second consecutive triumph while Army suffered its first loss in two starts. Foley's 34-yard pass, which was deflected from Tom Fortner to Darwin Willie in the end Northwestern Then Falls Routinely Notre Dame Overcomes Slow Start EVANSTON, 111. (AP) -- Top- ranked Notre Dame, snaking off a stuttering start, ignited a 21-point third quarter on Ron Goodman's 62-yard touchdown -run, and crushed struggling Northwestern 49-3 Saturday for the 13th straight football victory by the Fighting Irish. After struggling to a 14-3 halftime lead, mainly on quarterback Tom Clements' passing to Pete Demmerle, the Irish demoralized Northwestern with blocked punt and chopped a 10- oint deficit to 10-7. With \Vi minutes left in the goal line to pull in Looney's 45- yard bomb. With I'oley confusing Army zone, capped an 80-yard drive th . e t . hir ' a -g e 5 il ? t outburst which ess than three minutes afte ,also : mcluded Clements' 14-yard Army took advantage of a scorin g tÂ°ss to Robin Weber Â· Â· Â· - and reserve quarterback Frank Allocco's one-yard touchdown run. lalf. Army's Markus Hardy i Seven players scored for the was stopped on a fourth-down [Irish. lamble at the Tulane 42 and! Clements left in the third Looney needed only two lays quarter with the Irish ahead 28:o give the Green Wave a 24-713 after hitting on 13 of 23 halftime advantage. f passes for 182 yards and carry- He hit Nick Anderson for 13 ing eight times for 44 yards. yards and Anderson then| T I the I romp over G e o r g i a Tech Sept. 9, gave Coach Ara Parseghian his 87th Notre Dame triumph, matching the record ,, of the late Frank Leahy. with his faking and cutting and Northwestern, routed by reeling off a 21-yard run on a Michigan State 41-7 last Satur- keeper play, Tulane marched day was blown out of the game 51 yards on seven ground.plays attcr a tenacious first-half of for a 7-0 lead at 9:53 of the p i ay and lost starting quarter- opening period David Fal- back M i tcn Anderson in the ^inV 26 7 a ' d f i eld goal made 'hird period it 10-0 early m the second peri- jer injury - -''-r Tulane stormed from, A rainbow hovered over the Army nine crowd of 54 ' 301 at Dyche Sta " Army's Chuck Baker blocked Howard McNeill'j punt on Tulane's next possession and the Cadets recovered at the Tulane li. Five plays later, Scott Gillogly sneaked across from a yard out. Gillogly and Howard Williams teamed up on an 80- yard pass play for Army's other touchdown with 54 seconds left in the third quarter. dium after a drizzlze began in the third quarter. Notre Dame used substitutes freely, with freshman Mark McLane spurting for an 11-yard touchdown run to cap a 71-yard drive in 10 plays for a 42-3 Irish lead midway in the fourth quarter. The final Irish TD also was scored by a freshman, halfback Terry Eurick, on a one-yard run as the Irish went 55 yards in five plays late in the game. Halfback Russ Kornman ran because of a shoul- two yards for the opening touchdown late in the first period as the Irish drove 76 yards in 14 plays. After Northwestern's Jim Blazevich booted a 27-yard field goal, Wayne Bullock plunged one yard for a touchdown, giving Notre Dame a 14-3 halftime lead. Then came Goodman's 62- yard scoring burst and the rout I was on. Iowa Field General Engineers Upset Decision Over UCLA IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) -Castoff Rob Fick threw two touchdown passes and Iowa ended a 12-game losing streak Saturday with a stunning 21-10 upset of 12th-rated UCLA In an intersectional football game. Iowa, a 21-point underdog, hit UCLA with two touchdowns within 52 seconds of the second quarter on scoring passes of 38 and 30 yards by Fick and marched 91 yards in 14 plays for the clinching touchdown in the final minute. UCLA, 0-1-1, took a 3-0 lead on Brett White's 21-yard field goal midway in the first quarter, but after the two quick Iowa touchdowns, four costly Tumbles blunted the Bruins' comeback. John Sciarra, the nation's total offense leader, plunged for a one-yard touchdown on the first play of the fourth quarter to pull the Bruins to within four points, but Iowa's young defense stopped the Bruins their next two possessions and then the Hawkeyes rolled for the final touchdown entirely on the ground. Fick, a. fifth-year senior who was cut last year by then Coach Frank Laulerbur, hit Dave Jackson wilh a 38-yard pass to give Iowa the lead with 9:48 to go in the first half. Two ilays later Bobby Ferrell fum- iled at the UCLA 27 and linebacker Andre Jackson recovered. Arizona Veer Offense Works To Perfection BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) -- Junior quarterback Bruce Hill, running Arizona's Veer offense with precision and figuring in five touchdowns, ignited a 21-point second-half surge to propell the 19th ranked Wildcats to a 35-20 intersectional college football victory over Indiana Saturday. The Wildcats came back from a 14-7 deficit to go into the half with a tie, then scored 21 straight points to grab an insurmountable 35-14 lead early in the fourth period. Arizona's quick offensive unit, stymied throughout the first period, began to move outside with consistency in the second quarter as Hill mixed the pass and run. The go-ahead score for Arizona came on an 11-yard run by fullback Jim Upchrch, capping an 80-yard drive on the opening series of the second half. Hill then added scoring passes of 9 and 21 yards to flanker "Capital T" Bell before Indiana could get its offense moving again. Arizona raised its season record to 2-0, while Indiana fell for the ninth consecutive time over two seasons and its second time this -year. The Hoosiers did show sparks of solid football in the first half as the defense bottled up Hill's option plays much o f . the time and sophomore quarterback Terry Jones topped two scoring drives. K. State Nips Wichita 17-0 MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP).-Reserve fullback Roscoe Scobey powered 46 yards on three successive plays to set up Kansas State's first touchdown early In the fourth quarter as the Wildcats defeated stubborn Wichita State 17-0 Saturday. The Wildcats of the Big Eight Conference led only 3-0 until Scobey broke loose. They added an insurance touchdown 1 on the final play of the game when linebacker Rocky Osborn intercepted Sam Adkins' pass and rumbled 46 yards to score. Scobey, a sophomore from Oklahoma City, who started in place of injured regular Regan Steiner, gave Kansas State the spark needed to crack open a game made much closer than expected by the Wildcats' offensive. (AP Wirephoto) NO RUNNING ROOM THROUGH HERE .. .SMU quarterback Ricky Wesson (12) finds absolutely no room in the jirst quarter of action against Virginia Tech in Dallas Saturday ajternoon. Two Tech defenders drag Wesson as other players arrive at the scene Soph Quarterback Paves The Way SMU Clips Virginia DALLAS (AP)--Sophomore quarterback Rick Wesson ran 77 yards in the fourth quarter for his second score of the game and passed for another to lead Southern Methodist to a 28--25 intersectipnal football victory over Virginia Tech Saturday. With SMU leading 21--17, Wesson broke to the right on the triple option and picked up blocks downfield for a touchdown with 10:46 left in the game. Wesson, who ran 108 yards in 17 carries and completed three of six passes for 77 yards, hit tight end Oscar Roan on a 35- yard touchdown pass play with les than three minutes left in the first half. Wesson then sneaked one yard for a touchdown with 25 seconds left In the second-quarter lo give the Mustangs a 14--7 halftime lead. Virginia Tech scored its first touchdown midway in the second quarter on a seven-yard run by Greg Toal. The score came two plays after VTI quarterback Bruce Arians hit Ricky Scales on a 31-yard pass to the 13-yard line. Tech scored 10 points In the third quarter la move within four of SMU after Rex Gardner gave the Mustangs a 21--7 lead with a four-yard run that climaxed an 80--yard drive to open the final quarter. Arians went two yards for a touchdown with 2:06 left in the third quarter and after SMU'S Wayne Morris fumbled the kickoff at the ten, Wayne Latimer kicked a 22--yard field goal for VTI lo make the score 21--17. Arians ran ten yards for Tech's final touchdown with 1:51 left in the game. A sparse crowd of 13,767 saw SMU boost its record to 2--0 while VTI fell to 0--2. Arians hit 13 of 20 passes for 204 yards in addition to his two touchdowns and 50 yards rushing in 12 carries. After Gar- Holy Cross Romps WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) -Safety John Provost scored two touchdowns on punt returns and intercepted four passes as Holy Cross romped to a 45-10 football victory Saturday over Brown. Running back Jim Haldeman also scored two Crusader touchdowns, one of them on the first play after Provost intercepted n pass at the Brown 42 and ran for the score. ner's touchdown for SMU in the third quarter, the Gobblers took over on their 42 after the kickoff and Arians kept for 20 and eight yards to move VPI to the SMU 30. Tech got another first down on the drive but the Mustang defense finally held at the 17. SMU moved inside the Tech ten twice in the first quarter without scoring. A fumble by Wesson was recovered by VPI's Jack Crews on the two-yard line. Later in the quarter a 22- yard-pass form John Blackburn to Freeman Johns helped SMU reach the eight-yard line, but Ihe Gobblers held and Clint Hackney missed a 25-yard field goal. Virginia Tech did not get a first down until early in the second quarter when halfback Phil Rogers ran 24 yards with a screen pass to the SMU 21. But two plays later Tech's Paul Adams fumbled to Mustang defensive end Charlie Adams. SMU finished wilh 336 rushing yards and total offense of Â·156 yards, but was hampered by nine fumbles, two of which it lost. Blackburn and VPI's Bruce McDaniel both had 66 yard punts in the first half to give the opposng team poor field position.