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CAP Wirepiioto) TEXAS ON THE WAY DOWN .. .Texas Tech's Larry Isaac (34) high steps his way into the endzone in the first period of . Saturday's upset victory over Texas. Isaac slipped around right end and drug a Texas delend- . er with him into the endzone. It was the worst beating a Darrell Royal team had suffered in quite some time Duniven, Williams Combo Shines Tech Devours Longhorns Trojans Move Past Gritty Pitl 16-7 PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Southern California finally .wore down Pitt's overworked de 1 tenses and Anhony Davis bar- relled two yards for a touchdown with nine minutes left, capping an 80-yard drive that sparked the struggling Trojans to a 16-7 college football victory Saturday. With quarterback Pat Haden ineffective in the first half anc hen knocked out of the game with a concussion, the Trojans 'umbled the ball away anc stumbled into costly penalties oefore sophomore Vince Evans ;ot them moving late in the .hird quarter with Pitt leading [-3 ·Evans, who fumbled deep in Pitt territory twice in the third period and coughed it up :hird time at the Pitt 32 wih 5:45 left scored Southern Cal's second touchdown on a 13-yar( run around the left end with 1:06 left. Although sophpomore tail back Tony Dorsett, playing in just his 15th varsity game smashed Pitt's career rushing record on the final play of the first period, the Panthers were seldom able to generate any of tense against the physically Im posing Trojans, who ran threi plays to each one of Pitt's. Dorsett was held to 59 yard in 15 carries, the lowest of hi career. However, he raised hi career total to 1,994 yards, sur passing the mark of 1,957 se errizzi Leads Boilermaker Offense 48 · Mike Terrizzi, a badly bruised houlder, directed unheralded urdue to 24 first-quarter olnts and the Boilermaker de- ense held off second-ranked !otre Dame for a 31-20 victory aturday, ending the nation's ongest college football winning treak at 13 games. A touchdown on a six-yard un by halfback Mike North- LUBBOCK, Tex. (AP) Sophomore quarterback Tommy Duniven rifled three touchdown passes to fleet flanker Lawrence Williams Saturday and Texas Tech shocked sixth- ranked Texas 26-3 for the first Southwest Conference loss by the Longhorns in 20 games. The defending SWC champions, who have captured six consecutive titles opened a brief 3-0 lead on Billy Schott's 40-yard field goal and . were promptly scorched beyond rcc- ognition by the liams bombs. Duniven-Wil- Taitoack Larry Isaac scored on a six-yard run to give Tech a 7-3 lead and the poised Duniven connected on touchdown shots of 77, 15 and 18 yards to the slick Williams who had the Longhorn defenders cross-legged with his darting fakery. It was 26-3 at halftime and the regionally televised game was all over. The 77-yard pass and run put the Jones Stadium crowd of 51,082 fans into'near frenzy. Duniven winged the ball 46 yards into a 25-mile-per-hour wind Williams slipped behind safety ilaymond Clayborn and fielded ,he pass at the Longhorn 40. He galloped untouched to the end zone, taunting Clayborn by waving at him the last five yards. QUICK STRIKES Tech quickly made it 20-3 early in the second quarter on a second touchdown strike to Williams and dazed Texas tianded the ball right back on a Tumble. Sixteen seconds later Duniven found Williams on the third TD pass. It was the first time Tech had defeated Texas since 1968 and was Red Raider Coach Jim Carlen's first victory over a Darrell Royal coached team in liis five years at Lubbock Tech is now 2-0-1 for the season, having oeen tied 21-21 last week by New Mexico. Texas is 2-1. The G-foot-2, 200-pound Duniven completed 7 of 7 passes for 145 yards in the first half. Williams had a 110 yards on his three catches. Carlen ordered Duniven to stay on the ground in the second half as the Red Raiders played conservative offense anc Robinson, Doby Could Be New Indian Pilot CLEVELAND (AP) -- Frank Robinson and Larry Doby were considered the prime candidates Saturday to become major league baseball's first black manager, succeeding fired Ken Aspromonle as pilot of the Cleveland Indians. General Manager Phil Seghn said Saturday he would name' the new manager in the next two weeks. "I have no timetable," Seghi said, "but it will be sometime prior to the World Series because I would like to have the with me at that new man time." Seghi added that a clubhouse confrontation Friday night between Robinson and ace pitcher Gaylord Perry would have no effect on the decision. Perry and Robinson clashed over the pitcher's comment to a Cleveland writer that he would demand $1 more than Robinson makes next season. Robinson's annual salary is $173,000 while Pterry makes $85,000. '·"When I make the decision of who it will he, money will not make the difference or players' attitudes will not make the difference," Seghi said. "I will pick the man because I think he is capable of leading this cfiib to the championship." fAspromonte told the Indians in an emotional clubhouse meeting Friday night he had been told by Seghi that he would not be rehired for next season. There were strong indications that Seghi is ready to break baseball's managerial color barrier by hiring a black. If he does, it will tie either Robinson, the veteran' slugger acquired from California three weeks aog, and Doby, the Indians first base coach and first black player in the American League when he -joined Cleveland in 1948. Rumors had dogged Aspro monte that he was oil the way out as soon as the Indians ac quired Robinson, the only man :o win Most Valuable Player awards in both leagues am ong considered a top candidate 'or a major league managing job. Aspromonte decided to push She issue, asking Seghi wha the GM's plans were for nex year. "We are going to be mak ing a change," Seghi told him Aspromonte then informed Un club of the decision. Immediately, speculation cen Lered around Robinson, wh has done extensive managing ii winter baseball and often pro claimed his interest In a bii league job. "I signed to play one mor year as part of the terms o coming here," said Robinson who feels one more season wi enable him to reach 3,000 hit and 600 home runs for his ca reer. "Everybody knows I wan to manage someday." Also mentioned was Doby who said he had been told h was under consideration for th Indians' job last winter whe he left Montreal to join Cleve land as a coach, "I really don't know what t think." he said. "I know I'n not gonna get upset if Fran gets it. I think it would b wrong for me to be in com petition with Frank. But if h gets it, I have to wonder why came over here." Houston Cougars Maul Virginia Tech With Overwhelming Power BLACKSBURG. Va. (AP) -Houston's Cougars used a balanced attack, including two touchdowns by sophomore fullback John Housman, for an overwhelming 49-12 football victory Saturday over Virginia Tech's overmatched Gobblers. -The triumph evened Houston's record at 2-2, while Virginia Tech dropped to 0-3. Housman, a 6-foot-3, 205- ppunder, was only one of the big cogs in a varied Houston attack that included a 64-yard touchdown pass from halfback to flanker Marshall Johnson Frank Scalise. The Cougars scored with 6:49 left in the first quarter on Donnio McGraw's 21-yard yard touchdown run following Robert Giblin's' 42-yard punt return, Five minutes later, Roger M a y e s b l o c k e d Bruc McDaniel's punt after a ba center snap, and Mark Mo! fell on the ball in the end zon putting Houston in front 14-0. Tech's Greg Toal fumbled o the next series, and the Co gars' Guy Brown recovered o the Gobblers' 35 Six plays la er, quarterback David Hu mann scored on a four-yard ru and Houston was in front 21-0 Housman added the Cougar final touchdown of the first ha when he bulled 16 yards, ru ning over three Gobblers alon the way. His second seo came in the fourth quarter an 11-yard run. Tech averted a shutout wi two touchdowns in the final p riod on . three-yard runs b George Heath and Phil Rogers :rt defense. The Red Raiders thwarted inghorn drives to- their 26, 3, and 5 yard lines in the sec- heroes for by Marsahll 1936-8. id half. The defensive ech included tackle Ecornet urley who stopped Texas uarterback Marty Aikins on a urth and seven run at the ech 26; Selso Ramirez, who icovered a bad pitch by Aikins the Tech three and Tom yer who intercepted an Aikins ass at the Tech 10. It was the third worst confer- nce loss dealt a Royal-coached am in his 18 years at the unr ersity. It was only the third time in years since they joined the WC that the Red Raiders had lanaged to beat Texas It was the first time since 164 that Texas opped without uchdown in a had been scoring a conference Goldberg fron The victory was the first fo 18th-ranked Southern Cal fol lowing an opening loss to Ar kansas. Pitt, rated eighth, los for the first time in three starts Bill Daniels' nine-yard pas to Karl Farmer capped a fiy play, 44-yard drive after Mik Bulino intercepted Hayden pass with 16 seconds left in th first period. Triple, Double Key 5-Run Rally In Boston Win Northwmt Arkantai TIMES, Sun., Se'pt. 29, 1974 ARKAH1«« Purdue Drops Notre Dame SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - uarlerback laying willi ington with 5:23 remaining followed an interception deep in Notre Dame territory by linebacker Jim Wood and sealed the upset for the Boilermakers. · The loss left the defending national champions at 2-1, as Purdue scored its first victory after a loss and a lio. The Fighting Irish never recovered from a 24-0 first-period deficit, the most points ever scored in the opening quarter against Notre Dame. The Irish failed repeatedly to capitalize on good field position in the final three periods and were halted four times on fourth down thrusts deep in Purdue territory. Terrizzi, a doubtful starter because of a bruised left shoulder suffered in last week's 7-7 tie with Miami, Ohio, was forced to leave the game with 8:42 remaining in the second quarter, with substitute Mark Vital! taking over. Vital! directed the final Purdue scoring drive on five plays, hitting key passes good for 16 yards to former Olympic sprinter Larry Burton and 14 yards to Paul Beery. The triumph was reminiscent of a 28-14 Purdue victory on the same Notre Dame Stadium field in 1950, which ended a 39- game unbeaten string for the Irish. Touchdown Passes Send Nationally Ranked Tech Over ASU Indians 20-7 DETROIT (AP) - Fred''" Lafavette Lynn's triple and Bob Mont-' JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) -Quarterback Steve Haynes tassed for two touchdowns and Ferry Pope kicked two field goals to lift top-ranked Louisiana Tech to a 20-7 Southland Conference victory over Arkansas State University's Indians here Saturday. Arkansas State's secondary couldn't contain Haynes' accurate passes to tight end Mike Barber, who scored twice on throws of 13 and ?.0 yards. Pope booted field goals of 3S and 24 yards to make the score 20-0 at the half. ASU finally got on the scoreboard in the fourth quarter when a pass interference call put the ball on the Tech three- yard line. Fullback Stan Winfrey tried twice before finally making it over from the one. The Indians threatened again late in the fourth quarter with the ball on the Tech two. But f u l l b a c k Tommy Foulks couldn't hold on to a pitchout from quarterback Steve Burks. It was opening day for the Indians in their new $2.5 million Indian Stadium. It was also Arkansas State's first game of the season since the Indians' first scheduled game with Southwestern Louisiana three weeks ago was canceled because of the threat of Hurricane Carmen about being ready to play a football game looks like a lie now," said ASU Coach Bill Davidson. "I,think it was obvious that we hadn't played a game before and that Tech had." ame. Rice pulled the trick at year but lost on a field oal. STATISTICS o a o «-- s ech . M 1J 0 (1--26 Ter- FG Schnlt 40. . . TT--Isaac 6 run (Hall kick) TT--Williams 77 pass from Duniven Hail Mck) TT--Will ion lr! failed) TT--Williams 18 pas: run failed) A--51,032. 15 p asi from Dunlve n from Duniven Irst downs ushes-yards ass ing yards eturn yards asses unls umbtes-lost entities-yards Texas Texas Tech IB 33 81-251 52-1S7 40 145 0 10 2-7-1 S.37 3-2 4-38 7-74) 5-63 INDIVIDUAL ' BUSHING--Texas. Akins 17-11. ech. Garner 23.109. RECEIVING--Texas. Aboussia ech. Williams 3-110. 1*23. PASSING--Texas. Abms 1-3-1, 15 yards, resley 1-1-0, 25 yards. Toch, Duniven, 7- ·0, 145 yards. Ali Spars; Foreman Back In Training KINSHASA. Zaire (AP) - Uuhammad Ali sparred, while champion George Foreman announced Saturday that he vould resume full training ear- y next week for their world leavyweight title fight scheduled for Oct. 30. It had been thought that Ali, vho already was at the peak of condition when an injury to foreman caused postponement of the fight, would ease off in iis conditioning program. However, Ali has continued his ear- y morning running and has been working out in the gym. Trainer Angelo Dundee explained: "Muhammad knows what he is doing. He does not want to lose the physical edge, ile will not box every day but iic'll work out. I have never seen him so intent on winning a 'ight. He is not clowning any more. He Is almost too serious." Foreman has been staying in town and will move his entire entourage back to his camp at N'Sele, 40 miles away, Monday, mid-week." Foreman has done his run:he hotel and disclosed that he ,vas exercising in his room for at least an hour a day. gomery's double -keyed-a five- run outburst in the fourth inning that carried the Boston Red Sox to a 7-2 victory over .he Detroit Tigers on Saturday. Boston took a 1-0 lead in the 'irst when Cecil Cooper walked and Jim Rice tripled, but the Tigers took a 2-1 lead in the bottom of the first. Luis Tiant, 22-13, was tagged "or successive singles in the first inning by Ron LeFIore, John Knox and Gates Brown and a fielder's hoice by Ben Oglivle for the Detroit runs. In the fourth, the Red Sox sent 11 men to the plate, driving Tigers starter Lerrin LaGrow, 8-18, from the mound. Lynn led off with a triple and Montgomery followed with his RBI doubled. Before the inning was over, the Red Sox had parlayed four hits, three walks and one Tiger error into five runs for a 6-2 lead. In the sixth, the Red Sox scored their final run when Tommy Harper led off with a single, moved to secor«i on a sacrifice and scored on a single by Montgomery. Bob Paul, who relieved Tiant in the sixth, was credited with his first save of the year for the Red Sox. COULDN'T SCORE Tech couldn't get on the coreboard in the second half, 'he Bulldogs' closest pene- ration in the fourth quarter ame with 2:19 to go. A 31-yard icld goal attempt by Pope was locked at that point by Joe Holliman. Tech racked up 345 total ·ards to ASU's 211. The Bull- .ogs got 213 yards on - the round and 132 yards in the air. fhe Indians had 137 yards rush- ng and 74 yards passing. Haynes completed 9 of 13 'assing attempts for 122 yards. Jurks tried 11 passes and com- ileled 5 for 74 yards. Each luarterback had one inter- :eption. The stadium was capable of lolding 12,500 persons Satur- lay, but only 10,231 showed up. Don Floyd, ASU athletic direc- or, said the reason there vasn't a full house was because of rainy weather and because of skepticism that there might not be enough seats available. Tech has an-open date next veek. Arkansas State takes on "lastem Michigan at Jonesboro. "I think now that all we said Storm Inks Matters PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) The Portland Storm of the World Football League an nounced Saturday the signing of Kurt Matters, a 6-foot-7, 230 pound defensive end who ha been placed on waivers by the Los Angeles Rams of the Na tional Football League. Hung Over? ' fry our "Morning After Special" Feel Better Fast! L4eam and Massage Marc Heller's MASSAGE CENTER 349 N. College 443-4929 Open this Sat. Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday Starters AMERICAN '·EAGUE New York (May 7-5) at Cleveland (El lingson 1-1), 1 p.m. Boston (Moret 8-9) al Delro] (Lcraanczyk 2.1), 1:30 p.m. Milwaukee (Slaton 13-14) at BaUimor (McNally 16-10). 2 p.m. Teias (BJbby 19-19) at Kansas Cil (Briles 56), 2:30 p.m. Chicago (Often 0-0 fit .Oakland (Abbol S-7), 4:30 p.m. · Minnesota (Blyleven 17-16) at CallfornI (Kssslor 6 I I ) 5 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE PlUsbureli (Brett 13-8) at New Yor (Apodaca 5.61, 2:15 p.m. SI. Louis (Curtis 9-10 at Chlcag (Stone 8-5), 2:15 p.m. Homlon (Grlflin 11.10) t Atlanta Ea: Icrly CM). 2:15 p.m. San Francisco (D'Acqulsto 12-13) i Cincinnati (Kirby 11-9). 2:15 p.m. Philadelphia (Schueler 11.15) at Mon trcal (Blair 10-7), 2:15 p.m. Only games fichcduted Montreal Clips Philadelphia 3-1 MONTREAL (AP) -- Steve Renko hurled a seven-hitter and Gary Carter clubbed his first major league home run and singled, driving in another run as the Montreal Expos d o w n e d t h e Philadelphia Phillies 3-1 Saturday. Carter lagged a pitch from Phillies starter and loser Steve Carlton, 16-13, over the fence in left field leading off the second inning. The 20-year-old rookie, a top catching prospect but playing right field Saturday, singled with two out in the sixth, scoring Bob Bailey from second. Bailey hit a one-out single and, an out later, moved to second by catcher Barry The Expos added their third run in the seventh when Larry Parrish led off with a double, went to second on an infield out and came home on Pepe Mangual's single. Renko, 12-16, lost his shutout in the ninth on singles by Larry P.owa and Del Unser and an infield out. on a hit Foote. Cincy Reds Spring Past Frisco 13-6 CINCINNATI CAP) -- Dave Concepcion's three-run homei n the seventh inning snapped -6 tie and led the Cincinnati leds to a'13-6 victory over the San Francisco Giants Saturday. The victory kept alive Cincinnati's slim hopes of overtaking he Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League West race. The Reds we're 2% games be- lind the first-place Dodgers, vho played a night game at San Diego Saturday. The Reds took a 2-0 lead in he first when Pete Rose ipened -with a walk, moved to hird on a single by Joe Mor;an and scored on Johnny Jench's single. Morgan came in to score on Concepion's two- out pop fly single to right. The Giants got a run back in :he - second, but Cincinnati made it 5-1 in the bottom of the inning on a two-run homer by Morgan and a solo blast by Bench. The Reds got three runs in :he third, two of them on a :iomer by Dave Kingman, then tied the score when relief pitcher Ed Halicki led off fourth inning with his first major league homer. Cincinnati took a 6-5 lead in the bottom of the fourth when Cesar Geronimo singled, stole second and scored on a double by Rose, out San Francisco evened it in the top of the seventh on singles by Gary Matthews, Kingman and Arnold. But in the bottom of the seventh, Bench led off with a walk and Tony Perez singled . One out later, Concepcion blastcc his 14th homer of the season. The Reds broke the game open with" four runs in the eighth. Rose tripled, Bench was intentionally walked and Tony Perez drove home Rose with a double for his 100th RBI of the season. Ray Knight then cracked a two-run' double, his first hit in the major leagues and Ken Griffey drove in the fourth run with a single. Court Action Allows SMU Gridder To Play DALLAS (AP) -- Southern Methodist starting center Mik Smith played at Ohio State Sal urday 'because of a state cour order. State District Court Judgi Dee Brown Walker issued a re straining order Friday agains SMU to prevent the universit from keeping Smith off In playing field. He will be able to play a least one more game, barrin further court action, before hearing is held in Walker' court Oct. 7. Smith's lawyers said SMI had suspended him on NCA/ orders without permitting hin to state his case "before properly convened tribunal." Earlier in the week, U.S. Dis trict Court Judge Sarah Hughe had refused to upset the NCA edict. NOTICE MINI STOCK RACERS If you now own a mini stock or If you are Interested In building one . . . WELCOME A meeting will be held at EAGLE BODY, INC. Highway 71 South, Sprlngrlale, Ark. Mon., Sept. 30-7:30 p.m. lo organize and promote Mini Slock Racing. A rules and a promotion committee will be elected. (AP Wirephoto) CLEAR SAILING AND TD AHEAD .. .Purdue's Pete Gross breaks through the Notre Dame defensive line and begins a 52 yard touchdown jtiant in the first period of Saturday's upset game. Jeff Stapleton (7$) makes a move to provide some blocking protection as the Boilermaker interference forms Unyielding Defense Gives Auburn 21-0 Win Over Vols AUBURN, Ala. CAP) -- Jun-l or Kenny Burks scored three ouchdowns on short plunges nd Auburn clamped an un- ielding defense on Tennessee Saturday and smashed the 14th- aiiked Vols 21-0 in a South- astern Conference football ;ame. Auburn's defense kept All- sEC quarterback Condredge lolloway bottled up throughout he afternoon in a game that vas a throwback to the old days of defensive, field position ootball until Auburn broke ipen in the final quarter Mizzou Upsets Arizona State COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -Mark Miller hauled in a second-quarter touchdown pass and Tim Gibbons kicked a ourth quarter field goal, lifting Missouri's inspired Tigers to a 9-0 upset victory over seventh- ranked Arizona State on a soggy field Saturday. The Tiger triumph, boosting Missouri's record to 2-1, pinnec the first shutout defeat on Arizona State in 97 games--a 13-0 loss in 1965 by Utah State. Arizona Stale has won two this season. The 171-pound Miller, a sen ior, clutched an '18-yard pass from quarterback Ray Smith with 46 seconds gone in the second period. In the fourth quarter, Tony Gillick's 27-yard punt return se up the Tigers at the Arizona Slate 38 and Gibbons, a soph omore, booted a 21-yard fielc goal. Arizona State, its rushing restricted tto 117 yards, bogged down repeatetdly in mud left thy heavy prcgame rains before a Missouri homecoming crowd of 59,770. The Sun Devils' Don Brcunig intercepted a Smith pass late in the opening period but fumbled on the same play and Miller recovered at the Arizona State 37. Tennessee penetrated mid- ield only 'one time -- that in. he closing minute of the open- ng half when it was aided by a 5-yard pass interference penal- y that helped the Vols reach he 11. Then Ricky Townsend missed a 28-yard field goal try on the final play. jargis engineered a 75-yard Sophomore quarterback Phil iargis engineered a 75-yard .ouchdown drive in the second qualer and a 43-yard 'march in he third period. Burks scored iis first touchdown on a four- yard run and sent the Tigers ahead 14-0 with his two-yard plunge in the third quarter. Auburn's second unit drove 42 yards for Burks' last touch- lown, a three-yard r u n , after Tennessee had gambled and 'ailed on a fourth down play at its 42. The Tiger defense, led by Litton Eddins and Gaihes Lanier, stopped Holloway with, minus one yard rushing in I t attempts. The classy Vol quarterback could only shake tha pressure long enough to complete four of 11 passes. WBA Bout Set TOKYO (AP) Champion Oscar Albarado of the United States and Japanese challenger Ryu Sorimachi signed contracts Saturday for their World Boxing Association junior welterweight title fight Oct. 8 In Tokyo. The scheduled 16-round fight will be the Texas-born champion's first defense of the title he won by knocking out former champion Koichi Wajima of Japan in fhe 15th round last year in Tokyo. DiRlEIAIR·SIEIRIAIPIIISMBIEIA Answers For Puzzle On Pcge 6A EQof Fayetteville Hi way 71 South Locust Fayettevil|e,AR (phone 521-5422)

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