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10 · Norlhweit Arkansas TIMES, Man., Sept. 30, 1974 FAVETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS College Scores . Boston Univ 29, Vermont 6 Brown 45, Rhode Island 15 Bucknell 30, Maine 18 Cornell 40, Colgate 21 Delaware 34, New Hampshire Notre Dame, Texas, Arizona St. Latest Victims Perfect Teams Dwindle In 2nd Wave Of Upsets i 10 Delaware Slate 18, Federal ·; Harvard 24, Holy Cross H ] Lafayette 15, Columbia 0 i- Massachusetts 14, Dartmouth : o ? No Carolina St. 28. Syracuse i 22 »;- Pennsylvania 28, Lehigh 18 ' Princeton 6, Rutgers 6 ' Southern Cal 16, Pittsburgh 7 ;- Temple 34, Boston College 7 ; Villanova 15, Idaho 7 '· Yale 20, Connecticut 7 Alabama 23, Vandcrbilt 10 Auburn 21. Tennessee 0 Clemson 21, Georgia Tech 17 Duke 27, Virginia 7 -' East Carolina 17, Southern II; linois 16 -. : ' East Kentucky 21, East Term ;- st. 20 I Elon College 28, Guilford Col : o : : Florida 29, Mississippi St. 13 Florida AM 28, No Carolina AT 19 Georgia 52, South Carolina 14 1 Grambling Col 14, Morgan St. 0 Houston 49. Virginia Tech 12 Jacksonville SL 17, Tenn U, 'Martin 0 Kansas 40, Florida St. 9 Kentucky 28, Indiana 22 Maryland 24, North Carolina 12 McNeese St. 20, NE Louisiana St. 14 Miami, Fla 28, Tampa 26 Miami, Ohio 42, Marshall 0 Mississippi 20, South Mis- sissippi 14 Richmond 27, Citadel 24 · Troy St. 26, Nicholis St. 0 Tulane 17, West Virginia 14 Virginia Military 43, Davidson 7 West Kentucky 35. Austin Peay 7 Bowling Green 21, West Michigan 13 Cent Michigan 42, Dayton 8 Cincinnati 7, Louisville 6 Evansville 17, SE Missouri 6 St. 19 Illinois St. 28, SW Missouri 0 : Indiana St. 23, Northern Illinois 14 Iowa St. 34, Brigham Young 7 Kansas St. 38, Pacific Univ 7 · Kent St. 13, East Michigan 0 Michigan 52, Navy 0 Minnesota 9, Texas Christian 7 Missouri 9, Arizona St. 0 Nebraska 49, Northwestern 7 North Dakota 41, Morningside By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Doesn't anyone want this here national college football championship? It would seem that way with the season less than a month old and only 22 of the 128 major .earns still unbeaten and untied. Only 12 of the perfects come from among the so-called major powers. That dignified dozen consists of North Carolina State at 4-0; Pirates Fall To Set Up Hollyw By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A loss to the New York Mets might shake up the National League East, but it doesn't shake Pittsburgh Pirate Manager Danny Murtaugh. "I don't think there's any reason for a wake," noted Mur- franah after a 7-2 loss to the Alabama, Auburn. Florida, n- inois, Kansas State, Michigan, Ohio State, Texas AM and Tu- ane at 3-0 and Miami, Fla., and Oklahoma at 2-0. The others arc 4-0 New Mexico Slate; Arizona. East Carolina and Richmond at 3-0; Lamar and Temple at 2-0 and Cornell, Harvard, Penn at Yale at 1-0. A wave of upsets inundated the ranks of Ihe Top Twenty for the second week in a row. Mets J-2; ood Finish ted the Cincinnati comeback. Expos 6, Phils 3 Ken Singleton's first major eague grand slam home run, ' Ron Schueler in the first inning, carried Montreal over liladelphia. Notre Dame ;hree touchdowns 0 Ohio St. 28, South Methodist 9 Oklahoma 72, Utah St. 3 Penn St. 27, Iowa 0 Purdue 31, Notre Dame 20 Toledo 19. Ohio 16 Arkansas 60, Tulsa 0 Baylor 31, Oklahoma St. 14 Louisiana St. 10, Rice 10 Louisiana Tech , 20, -Arkansas St. 7 Stephen F. Austin 31, Howard Payne 17 Tennessee St. 27, T e x a s Southern 6 Texas Tech 26, Texas 3 West Texas St. 41, Wichita St. 7 Texas AI 46, Abilene Christian 14 Arizona 15, New Mexico 10 Boise St. 40, Montana St. 37 California 27, Army 14 Colorado 24. Wisconsin 21 Long Beach St. 20, Drake Univ 13 Memphis St. 20, Colo St. Univ Mets Sunday. The defeat dropped the Pirates back into a first-place tie with the St. Louis Cardinals and set up a Hollywood finish for the East pennant. Both teams have three games left in the regular season, with the Pirates playing at home starling tonight against the Chicago Cubs and the Cardinals on the road against the Montreal Expos. Bob Apodaca fired . a three hitter to lead the Mets over the Pirates. Pittsburgh was hitless until the s i x t h when Gene Clines hit a pinch single to right field. Clines came arounc to score the Pirates* first run when left fielder Benny Ayala dropped Richie TIebner's fly ball for a two^ase error. The Pirates scored their sec ond run of the game in the ninth on Willie. Stargell's sacrl fice fly. Reds 7, Giants 3 Pete Rose's leadoff double plus an error by second base man Tito Fuentes keyed a three-run Cincinnati third in ning and Johnny Bench crackei- a three-run homer in the sixtl in the Reds' victory over th Giants. The Giants had taken a 2-t lead off Clay Kirby, 12-9, before Rose's 45th double of the year tops in Ihe National League, ig 18 N 17 Nevada, LVegas 20, Montana 7 Oregon 23, Utah 16 San Jose St. 21, Stanford 21 Texas AM 28, Washington 15 UCLA 56, Michigan St. 14 Weber St. 31, Fullerton St. 21 Wyoming 20, Air Force 16 director, "But gone through all .SMU w th JoAnne Garner Nears Record PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- It was the kind of shot weekend golfers only dream about. JoAnne Garner, who won the S35.000 Portland Golf Classic on Sunday with an eight-under-par 219. had hit into trouble again on the seventh hole. In the final round before a gallery of 14,000, Mrs. Carner chipped from 60 feet away and fell over backwards on the fairway when the ball nlopped into the hole for an eagle. "That really turned the whole match around," said Mrs. Garner, who was pressured all day with birdies from her playing partner and nearest competitor, Donna Caponi Young. Mrs. Carner, 35, a Lake Worth, Fla., golfer who led the tournament from the start with two straight thrce-under-par 70s, mo v e d $5,000 closer to breaking the all-time single season earnings record. She has pocketed $84,019 this year. Three strokes ttack was Mrs. Young, whose six final round birdies boosted her to a five-under par 214 lor the 54-hole tournament on the 6,243-yard Columbia - Edgewater C o u n t r y Club course. Third was Sandra Haynie. 31, of Dallas, who shares the lead in tournament wins with Mrs. Carner. Both have won six events on the Ladies Professional Golf Association tour this year. Carole Jo Skala, 36, of Shingle Springs, Calif., was fourth with a total of 217, and rookie Pat Bradley of Westford, Mass., finished fifth at 218. SMU's Terrell Ruled Ineligible DALLAS (AP) - Southei Methodist University h a . earned that All-Southwest Con ference center Ira Terrell is in :ligible because of rules in fraction's unless he wins an ap peal from the NCAA. SMU said the infractions in volved Terrell and former as sistant. Coach Mike Pinkham. "Under NCAA regulation we'll have to declare him in eligible," said Dick Davis SMI athletic J ' -- r riaven't processes yet." The processes include an ap peal to the NCAA by SMU o behalf of Terrell. SMU learned Sept. 5 from th NCAA that it would have to de clare Terrell ineligible. Th NCAA said "On two occasion during the 1972-73 academi year, a student-athlete was giv en cash by an assistant baske ball coach to be used for pe sonal expenses." The school learned of Te rell's status at the same time was notified that 23 footba players were in violation o NCAA rules for accepting mon ey. last season. Starting cente Mike Smith was declared in eligible but has played in all c SMU's games while his case in the courts. Terrell had two more season before graduation left. He from Dallas and led Rooseve High School to the Class 4A A state title. He was All-SWC as freshman and a sophomore. 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Southern Cal, although ranked down in the No. 18 position, was a solid favorite over Pitt and defeated the eighth-ranked Panthers 16-7. Tennessee, No. 14, had an unpleasant first-ever visit to Auburn's campus, los ing 21-0. Louisiana State, No. 17, tied unheralded Rice 10-10. Among the top teams, No. 1 ranked Ohio State turned back Southern Methodist 28-9, third ranked Oklahoma stomped Utah Stale 72-3. No. 4 Alabama subdued Vanderbilt 23-10 and iflh-i anked Michigan sank Navy 52-0. Elsewhere, Texas AM, ranked ninth, downed Washington 28-15, No. 13 North Carolina Slate held off Syracuse 28-22, Mo. 15 Arizona squeezed past \ T ew Mexico 15-10, No. 16 II- .inois nipped Washington State 21-19, No. 19 Perm State trounced Iowa 27-0 and No. 20 Miami of Florida shaded Tampa 28-26. ' · ' PURDUE WINS Purdue roared to a 24-0 first- period lead on Mike Terrizzi's one-yard .run, Pete Gross' 52- yard gallop, Bob Mannella's 21- yard interception and Steve Schmidt's 47-yard field goal. No opponent in Notre Dame's storied football history had ever piled up 24 points in one quar- ;cr and the Irish never recovered. · Archie Griffin led Ohio State past SMU by rushing for 157 yards · and two touchdowns while Brian Baschnagel added 144 yards on just seven carries. Oklahoma exploded for six touchdowns and a 42-0 first-period lead against Utah State. Calvin Culliver's 85-yard scoring gallop started Alabama over Vanderbilt. Gordon Bell scored three touchdowns and Chuck Heater two as Michigan walloped Navy before a crowd'of 104,232, second largest in college football history. Texas Tech handed Texas its first SWC setback in 30 games and avenged last season's lone defeat as rookie quarterback Tommy Duniven rifled touchdown passes of 77, 15 and 18 yards to Lawrence Williams. Ray Smith tossed an 18-yard touchdown pass to Mark Miller goals, lifting Arizona over New and Tim-Gibbons kicked a 21-|Mexico. More Sports On Page 15 yard field goal as Missouri landed Arizona State its first shutout In 97 games. Southern Cal held Ail-American Tony Dorselt to 59 yards, lowest of his career but enough lo smash Pill's career record in only his 15th varsity game. Skip Walker led Texas AM past Washington with touchdown runs of three, 21 and Gl yards in the first half. Colorado blew a 10-0 lead, then rallied to beat Wisconsin behind the running of B i 1-1 y Waddy, who gained 151 yards and scored the winning TD early in the fourth period. RARE SHUTOUT Steve Beaird scored three times, twice on passes from Neal Jeffrey, in Baylor's upset of Oklahoma State. R o l a n d Hooks 'three tales paced N.C. State over Syracuse and Auburn's Kenny Burks scored all three touchdowns as the Tigers handed Tennessee its first shutout in 54 games. Freshman Lee Pislor, who missed a first-quarter version, booted three f i e l d Illinois edged Washington ^lalc on Jeff Hollenbach's 22- ynrd pass lo Jeff Chrystal with 34 seconds left. . , . , . , Rusty Jackson's 27-yard field goal with Ihree seconds left enabled LSU to tie Rice. Penn Stale held Iowa without a first down for three periods and gol wo touchdowns from reserve t a i l b a c k Dave Slutts, a fouilh string tight end a week "^Miami's Kary Baker scoicd once and passed for a touchdown while Don Martin ran for two scores in the Hurricanes squeaker over Tampa. College football's oldest rivals, Princeton and Rutgers, battled lo a 6-6 slandpff that included one of the weirdest end- igs ever. Princeton scored .;ith 22 seconds left but Rutgers partisans had lorn down both goalposts--at Princeton's. Palmer Stadium--with two minutes to go. The officials ruled the Tigers had to try a two-point conversion and the pass trickled otf the fingertips of the intended receiver. 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