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On 34-Yard Field Goal Minnesota Nips TCU 9-7 MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) -- Steve Goldberg's, 34-yard . field goal alter a pass intcr- ccplion by comCrliack Greg Engcbos gave Minnesota a 8-7 Intersectional football victory Saturday over Texas Christian University. Engebos intercepted- a pass by Lee Cook at the TCU 42 and returned it 21 yards to set up Goldberg's winning kick. Goldberg missed three other field goal tries and an extra point at- ttmpt. A TCU drive from its own 20- yard line in tile last two minutes of the game stalled at the 30. and kicker Tony Biasatti's 40-yard, field goal attempt with 12 seconds left was wide to the left. All the scoring came in the third period. Freshman quarterback Steve )lsen plunged over from the me to give Minnesota a 6-0 ead six minutes into the second half. Goldberg's extra point dck deflected off the upright. The Gophers' touchdown was set up by an interception and a 31-yard return to the one by freshman safety Tommy Ash. Ash, playing for the injured Doug Beaudoin, had two interception^. Beaudoin left the game after suffering a severely sprained ankle in the tirst quarter. Freshman Mike Renfro's 41- yat'cl run to the Minnesota six set up TCU's touchdown, which came on a Cook pass to Ron Littleton. The closest either team came to scoring in the first half was on the opening kickoff when 'i'CU's Allen Hooker mishandled the ball, which then bounced hrough th» end zone or a touchhback with several Minnesota players in pursuit. TCU's Chester Young blocked a 36-yard field goal attempt by Goldberg with 3:22 left in the iialf. The field goal attempt came after a 58-yard drive and Followed a questionable call by officials. The disputed call occurred when ,TCU reovered a fumble by Minnesota quarterback Tony Dungy on the Gophers' 40-yard line. The ball was whistled dead, although TCU Coach Jim Shofner protested that Dungy was in the air and at full stride when the ball was jarred loose. Deepest penetration by either team during the first half was in the closing seconds when the Gophers reached the TCU four- yard line before turning the ball over on downs. Humm Leads Nebraska Over Northwestern LINCOLN. Neb. (AP) - With a healthy Dave .Humm at the helm, Nebraska's loth-ranked Cornhuskers pounded out a 49-7 victory over Northwestern in a non-conference football game Saturday. Humm, injured in Nebraska's loss to .Wisconsin last week, guided tha Buskers to their first four touchdowns, then went to the bcnc!i while his teammates worked over the -visiting Wildcats. He was announced as a doubtful starter until minutes before the game. Freshman Monte Anthony led .all ground gainers as he picked up 111 yards on 14 carries. Anthony also scored one touchdown as he paced the Husker substitutes that showed no mercy to Wildcat Coach John Font's proteges. Northwestern, 0-3, couldn't ' score until (he opening play of the fourth quarter when tailback Rich Booth capped a yard drive by plunging over horn the one. Nebraska's first two scores were set up by Wildcat mis cues. Quarterback Steve Moor, a junior playing in Ms first varsity game, fumbled on the Northwestern 20. Nebraska, which had given up a fumble earlier in the game, took advantage of the break and marched 20 yards in four plays with wirrgback Don Westbrook carrying over from the five on a counter-play. That fumble was a. sign ol things to come as fullback Jim Trimble coughed up the ball on Lyons Ignites Rebels Past Southern Miss, OXFORD, Miss. (AP) Quarterback Kenny Lyon; caught fire in the final minute. Saturday and drove the Mis sissippi Rebels lo a 20-14 col lege football victory over South em Mississipi. Lyons, suffering an off day until the Rebels dropped behind wilh less lhan four minutes t !;ay, completed six passes t. keep an 80-yard march alive then scored the winning touch down on a two-yard slic through right tackle. The Golden Eagles, wh dominated the game despil Ihcir inabilily to put points o the board until the final quar ie first play from scrimmage tier the Wildcats took the en- uing kickoff and Husker iddle guard John Lee pounced n Ihe ball at the Northwestern 0-yard line. Nebraska needed just five lays to tally with fullback Jeff loran going over frOm the iree. NC-State Trips Syracuse IUI On Short Runs SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) :unning back Roland Hooks cored on runs of one and six ards early in the third period, elping 13th-ranked North Caro- ina State register a 28-22 col- ege football victory over Syr .cuse Saturday. T r a i l i n g 28-14, Syracuse Bulled to within six points on ailback Ken Kinsey's three- ard run with 2:08 remaining md Don Magee's run for a two loint conversion. A last-ditch effort to pull oul he game fell short when North Carolina State recovered an on ide kick at ils 23 and ran ou ( he clock. Syracuse, 1-3, had moved ahead 14-7 midway in the sec md quarter on quarterback 'im - Donoghue's seven-yar Deeper. Kinsey ran for a two )oint conversion. The Wolfpack, 4-0, came righ jack, however, moving 81 yards in 11 plays for a touch down that tied the score 14-14 at halftime. Quarterback Dave Buckey hit Hooks on a two-yarc pass for Ihe score with 31 sec onds remaining. The Orangemen opened th scoring early in the secon quarter on Kinsey's two-yar plunge. The scoring drive be gari at the Norlh Carolina Stat 28 after a 10-yard Wolfpac punt. North Carolina State, whic managed only one first dow and failed to get past its 18 yard line in the first quarter made it 7-6 on fullback Sta Frills' four-yard run three min ules later. North Carolina State took tl: second-half kickoff, marchin 80 yards in 11 plays. Hook plunged the final yard for th touchdown. The 6-foot, 19 pound senior scored again from six yards out on the Wolfpack' next drive three minutes late ler, seemed headed for an up set when quarterback Jeff Bow er completed two touchdow passes in-the final period. _,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, The second seemed to awak- making it 28-14 en the sleeping Rebel .offense. Ole Miss had led from the start, scoring on a 70-yard sprint by tailback James Reed on the Robs' second offensive play. Then Ole Miss was unable to muster any more points until the third. quarter, when Steve Lavinghouze got the first of two field goals. At the end, two Ole Miss goal line stands loomed as a deciding factor. The Rebels held in the second quarter after Southern had a first-and-goal from the eight-yard line and in the third when they had a first-and- goal play. Wyoming Takes 20-16 Victory Over Air Force LARAMIE. Wyo. (AP) Freshman quarterback Ric Costello starting his first coll giate game, drove Wyoming to Bama Opens Title Defense With B-11 Win TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -- ullback Calvin Culliver broke the middle for 85 yards and touchdown to start Alabama a 23-10 victory over Van jrbilt Saturday as the Crim n Tide successfully 'began de nse of its Southeastern Con rence football title. Tiie loss was the first in three ames for Vanderbilt. Gulliver's burst came two ays after a punt by Van- erbilt's Barry Burton rolled ead at the two. A pass from ichard Todd to George Pugh ut it on the 15 and Culliver ent all the way untouched on ,e next play. Vanderbilt's- Ed Parrish re- rned the kickoff 35 yards and .e Commodores moved to the labama three, with the help of vo major penalties. Wayne nodes broke up a third down ass and Mark Adam kicked a 0-yard field goal for Van- rbilt. Adams missed a 37-yard field oal midway in the second peri- d and the Tide then moved to he Vanderbilt 18, with a half- ack pass to quarterback Todd g the way. Bucky Berrey icked a 36-yard field goal on le last play of the half. Alabama, substituting freely iroughout the game, added a ouchdown and two field goals n the second half to make it 3-3 before Vanderbilt quarter- ack Fred Fisher connected ith Walter Overton on a 26- ard pass in the end zone for Arkansas quarterback Mark Miller (10) vaults over Tulsa's Alley Oop! Jack Biggersfaff, left, and Marcilas Jackson, right. lu Aggies Take Early Lead, Hold On For 28-15 Victory atlriitinn to this touchdown Miller ran for 71 yards during the course of the afternoon (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) JortKwwt Arlcontai TIMES, Sun,, Stpl. 29, 1974 AYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS SB Griffin Leads 0-State 28-9 Over Mustangs COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- ailback Archie Griffin piled p 157 yards and two touch- owns Saturday, leading lop- anked Ohio Stale to a 289 col- ege football victory over stub- orn Southern Methodist. II marked . the 14th straight ame the 182-pound hometown unior has surpassed 100 yatds ushing. only ihree contests hort of the national record. T h e B u c k e y e s appeared Penn St. Pins 27-0 Shutout On Hawkeyes IOWA CITY. Iowa CAP) -- s'ineteenth-ratcd Penn State leld Iowa without a first dowi 'or three Quarters Saturday anc reserve tailback Dave Stutt ran for two touchdowns as the N'itlany Lions scored a 27-0 in Lersecfional football victory. Penn Slate, 2-1, dominate throughout and never let lowc past its own 32 yard line unti early in the fourth quarter am the game out of reach, Stutts, a fourth team tigh end a week ago bu prcsse into service because of injuries scored on runs of two and on yards as Penn Slate utilitize good field position to lake con mand fairly early. Penn Stale, a surprising 7- loser to Navy a week ago rolled 48 yards in the first an second quarters to build a 14- lead and then capitalizedlh lead and then capitalized o three Iowa fumbles for its othe scores, but never had to mov more than 33 yards for any them. uggish a-gainst the 37-point un- erdog Mustangs, but still ran icir unbeaten string to 14 ames. Ohio State is 3-0 in 1974, while MU suffered its first loss in iree games. Wingback Brian Baschnagel, ·ho has played in Griffin's iiadow the last two seasons, Iso scored twice. SCORER TWICE The senior from Pittsburgh ambled for I'M yards in just even rushes, scoring on a 44- ard counter play and catching nine-yard touchdown pasi rom Cornelius Greene. Griffin,- meanwhile, scored on uns of 16 and 27 yards, and arricd the ball 24 times, thnll- the second-largest ever Ohio Stadium crowd of mora han 87,00. Southern Methodist kept tha B u c k e y e s ' vaunted, con- ervative ground attack in check most of the game, however. In the first half alone, the lustangs ran 10 more than the defending Big Ten co-champions. But Ohio State led 14-0 at lalftime. Southern Methodist managed only three points in the opening hree quarters. Clint Hackney ticked a 29-yard field goal mid- ivay in the third period to cut the margin to 21-3. The Mustangs' lone touchdown came with less than fiva minutes to play when sophomore quarterback Ricky Wesson passed nine yards to tight end Oscar Roan. Houston Blanks Atlanta Braves ATLANTA (AP) -- Don Wilson pitched a two-hitter and Tommy Helms blasted a three- run homer, leading the Houston Astros to a 5-0 victory over tha Atlanta Braves in the opener of a Iwi-night doubleheader Saturday. SEATTLE (AP) -Walker scored three Skip touch- ie only own. Commodore touch- The victory gave Alabama a -0 mark going into its game at lississippi next week. Vanderbilt's next opponent is unde- eated Florida. Bucs One Game Ahead Of Cards Afler 7-3 Win NEW YORK (AP) -- Richie Hebner nil a three-run homer and Richie Zisk lashed a two- run shot Saturday, leading the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 7-3 victory over the New York Mets. The victory moved the Pirates into a one-game lead in the National League East over the St. Louis Cardinals, who lost 8-3 to the Chicago Cubs. Each club has four games remaining. Hebner's three-run blast off loser Tug McGraw, 6-11, broke a 1-1 tie in the third inning. It was Hebner's 18th homer of the season. Hebner also scored a run in the eighth on Rennie Stennelt's single. Zisk chased McGraw with his 17lh homer in the fifth with A! Oliver aboard via a double. After the Pirates took a 1-0 lead in the first inning on Oliver's run-scoring double play bouncer, the Mets tied the score in their half of the inning on Rusty Staub's RBI grounder. Staub then drove in Ihe Mels' second run with a homer off Jim Rooker, 15-11, hi the sidlhe and Benny Ayala connected for downs in the first half Saturday to lead ninth-ranked Texas AM to a 28-15 inlersectional college football victory over Washington. The Huskies, who adjusted to the devastating Aggie sweep at halftime, pulled to within 21-15 in the final period, but quarterback David Walker began lo lake to the air and drove the Texans 72 yards in 17 plays to put the game out of reach. Skip Walker's first touchdown came after Husky quarterback Dennis Fitzpatrick's pass was tipped into the hands of Aggie Pat Thomas, who returned it 49 yards to the Washington five yard line. The Aggie halfback drove over from the three for the first score. A 21-yard sweep around lefl end gave Walker his second score and he dashed 61 yards with a screen pass from Davii Walker late in the second quar ter. Washington's only first-ha] score came on a 34-yard burs up the middle by halfback Wil Hendricks. A 45-yard pass from Fitz Patrick to Ken Conley helpe narrow the margin for th Huskies in the third quarter. two fourth-quarter touchdowns a sol ° snot ln the m n l h Saturday and the Cowboys de- Rooker was relieved in the feated Air Force 20-16 in a non- · sinth by Ramon Hernandez conference football game. who got the final out. The winning touchdown came on a four-yard draw play by tailback Andy Dixon with 8:32 left to play in the game. In that 80-yard drive, the big play was a 31-yard pass from Costello to Terps Range Past NC 24-12 COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) -- Louis Carter ran 76 yards i Dixon on third down that took for oriG Maryland touchdown the ball to the Air Force 21. Kansas Stomps Fla. State 40-9 Defense Paces Florida Victory Over Miss. State GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) The accurate toe of place kicl er David Poscy and a fierce de fense earned the unbeaten Flo ida Gators a 29-13 Southeaster Conference victory over tl Mississippi Stale Bulldogs in degree heat Saturday. Posey kicked field goals 42, 28 and 37 yards while Flor da piled up Ihe score wi touchdowns by Jimmy Fishc Jimmy DuBose and Toi Green. Mississippi Slate made two productive second-half drives and a bundle of mistakes throughout the game. Fumbles by freshman running back Dennis Johnson and senior quater- back Rockey Felker set up two Florida touchdowns. 3ucky Sams climaxed the fi- 1 Aggie drive with a four- rd touchdown plunge. Two' critical pass interference Us against the Aggies' Tim ray helped the Huskies move the Aggie one-yard line late the game, but linebacker Ed monini broke through twice to row reserve quarterback hris Rowland lor successive sses. Homers Carry Yankees Past Cleveland 9-7 CLEVELAND (AP) -- Two- un homers by Ron Blomberg nd Roy White highlighted ve-run outburst in the eighth nning that earrried the New York Yankees to a 9-7 victory iver the Cleveland Indians anc i sweep of their Saturday dou jleheader. The sweep lifted the Yankee nto a first-place tie with th Baltimore Orioles in the Amer can League East race. The Or oles played host to the Mi waukce Brewers in a night game. Blomberg belled a pair of two-run homers and Graig Nettles hit another two-run blast, powering the Yankees to a 9-3 victory in the opener. ' The games were the first for the Indians since it was announced that Manager Ken As- promonle's contract would not be renewed for next season With the Yankees trailing in the second game 7-4 after seven innings, Chris Chambliss doubled with one out and Graig Nettles singled for one r u n . Blomberg, pinch-hitting for Sandy Alomar, then smacked Iiis third home run of the day and ninth of the season to tie the score and knock out Cleveland pitcher Fred Becne. Jim Mason greeted relief pitcher Tom Buskey, 2-7, with a ' , single and White followed with f his seventh home run of the year, over the fence in right. Yankee relief ace Sparky YOUR CHOICE-KM 100 REGULAR or KMS 100 MUD/SNOW BLACKWALLS KM 100- C78xI3 Reg. 25.88 Plus F.E.T. 7.99 Eo. REGULAR TIRES SIZES E ? 8 x l 4 F78xl5 r-78x!4 078x14 G 7 8 x l 5 H78xU H76rl5 173x15' REE. 26. BB 2B.SB 29.88 30-83 35.32 SUE 23.00 24.00 26.00 27.00 31.00 F.E.T. 2.21 2.41 2.4! ?.5S 2.63 "2.77 5.62 3.13 KMS 100- C78xl4 Beg. 24.97 Plus F.E.T. 2.07 Eo. 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Robert Miller into a 40-9 college Air Force took ils last lead|' 0 , ot , ba l! viclory over Florida with 11:54 lo go in Ihe fourlh quarler on a 15-yard pass from r e s e r v e quarlcrback K e n Vaughn to flanker Al Bready. Vaughn also threw a 25-yard touchdown aerial to split end Bob Farr in the second quarter. Air Force had a 3-0 lead in the first period on a 32-yard field goal by Dave Lawson. The contest was marred by numerous penalties and errors. Air Force was penalized 14 Stale Saturday. The defeat extended the Seminoles' string of losses to 15. Kansas is 2-1 and Florida State 0-3 this year. McMichael, whose big target was Emmelt Edwards, Ihrew an 18-yard pass lo Bruce Adams for one touchdown, Smith, a sophomore, romped 25 yards for a score, and Miller, a senior, scored again for Kansas from.24 yards out. Kansas Coach Don Fam- But the Tar Heels, who had ' l i m c s an d Wyoming 10 times. | trough played reserves much not crossed midfield in more lhan two quarters, slrnck for | Iwo quick touchdowns late in P ass intercepted. the game aflcr Iwo fumble r e - j Air Force fumbled six limes. covcries by defensive end Ted lost three and Vaughn had two The Cowboys fumbled seven I of the second and fourth quar- limcs, losl four, and had o n e , lersn cand csophomore Calvin Elkins, passes picked off. Prince responded wilh an 11- yard touchdown run, and freshman Bill Campfteld wilh a 27- yard scoring iprlnt Lylc, who pitched hitless over the last 2 2-3 innings, the victory to raise his record to 6-3. Power Running Boosts Georgia ATHENS, Ga. (AP) -- Power-running Horace King scored two touchdowns and set up another wilh an option-pass Saturday, igniting Georgia and its strong running attack to a 52-14 college football victory over South Carolina. King scored on runs of two and six yards, and passed for 14 yards setting up the first of quarterback Matt two one-yard runs halftime lead. Robinson's for a 21-7 The Bulldogs, 2-1, broke loose I nthe second half for a pair of touchdowns after only five minutes, turning the game Into a rout and sending winless Soutth Carolina lo its third consecutive defeat. ball got Oakland Holds Off Chicago 6-5 OAKLAND (AP) -- Gene To- nacc smasher! a three-run homer in the first inning, Joe Rudi added a two-run shot in the third and the Oakland A's held off the Chicago White Sox 6-5 Saturday. The A's clinched their fourth straight American League West Division championship Friday night. Tenace belted his 2fith homer after Claiidell Washington's double while Rudi's 21st followed a walk and a single by Reg gie Jackson. The victory went fo Vida Blue, 17-15, who pitched the first five innings, allowing two runs. 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