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Grant Hall No Wonder Bud Campbell Is Remembered As Professional Of all the words used to eulogize Bud Campbell since his death on Thursday morning, the most recurrent is "professional." . To those who knew him and observed him working at the profession he loved, the word says it all. I think back to August 19, Press Day at the University of Arkansas. For many people, the annual day is an ordeal. But Bud seemed to enjoy every minute of his d a y - l o n g interviews f o r KATV. "Look at Bujd Cumpbell," said Frank Broyles in late afternoon, affcr most of the other media people had left. "He's heen over there in the hot sun for hours, without a break. You think lie doesn't work hard?" Hard work, yes. But enjoyable work. The great thing about Dud was that he related to the players and coaches the same way off camera as on. I can vividly remember him laughing with Jerry Eckwood near the end of an interview, and then breaking up with him afterward. Hardly a Broyles press con. ference went by in Little Rock that Campbell wouldn't ' ask a ticklish question. In- v a r i a b l y , Broyles would · answer, "Now Bud, 'why'd you have to ask that?" BROUGHT DOWN HOUSE At one such gathering, after " Broyles had been t a l k i n g at length about G-4, 240-pound R a z o r b a c k s , Campbell . brought down the house by asking, "Coach, can we get ' together on these heights and weighs?" Just last Sunday, he asked Broyles, ."How much should ' I tell people Chuck McKinney weights?" · Bud appealed .to Razorback fans because they could sense that if he weren't in the " b o o t h s , he'd be in the stands cheering. He once admitted to ' having nightmares about that fourth-down pass completion from James Street to Randy Peschel in Texas' 15-14 win · over Arkansas in 1969. All over town, people have been saying, "It was too bad · about Bud; wasn't it. It just won't seem the same without · him." ··· A n d i t won't. SPORTS FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1974 it," lie said breaking into lhat Cheshire cat-with-cigar grin of And how much would that be? "About halt as much as it would cost to build il today." he said. Pinned down f u r t h e r , he said $650,000 was about right. He noted that the city of Fayctlevillc seemed interested in buying, and that response to petitions toward that end had been good, but that "they're dragging their feet. The only hope is a 50 per cent federally grant while Senator to 75 funded ,, Fulbrigbt Is still in office. Bogan says it doesn't make any difference to him whether he sells to housing developers o r ' t o those who would preserve the golf course, hut he's mulling offers f r o m three of the latter types. J.O. Hays reports that bis son Greg Ohio, for is in Columbus, a pre-NCAA golf tournament, as a member of the Oklahoma University golf team. Greg was the fifth best qualifier for OU as a freshman. "They look six to the tournament," said J.O., "and all of them went in a 27-foot Winnebago." Oklahoma football coach Barry Switzer and running back coach Wendell Mosley were talkirrg about split end Tinker Owens recently. Switzer remarked that Owens had lots of charisma. "That's okay, coach," said Mosley. "He'll be able to play Saturday. Almost as good was a one- liner by OU defensive coacli Larry Lacewell, spoken with the.Sooners leading Baylor 7-5 in the fourth quarter. Lacewell yelled to offensive coach Galen Hall. "Hit one out or College Football Scores By The Associated Press Cornell 21, BuckncU 0 K Stroudsbure 6, Kulzlnwn 0 Holy Crosi 14, Dartmouth 3 Kings Pi.'I Ml 17, Fimihatn 6 NY Tech 7. Hofslra Unlv 0 Princeton -10, Columbia 13 Rutgers 24, Harvard 2t WJIte* College 17, .Moravian Col « YnJe 39, Colgnlc 7 Clemson 28, Georgia 21 William ft Mary 16, Cllartel 12 Capita) Unlv 31, Denlson Unlv 2i Kcnl Stale 28, Wtsl Michigan 6 s'utre Dame 19, Michigan Stole 14 Albright 37, Delaware Val 13 Bridgeport 37. Central Conn SI 21 Hobnrt Collese 33, SI Lawrence 23 A l n b a m n 28, Mississippi 21 AInhnina Slalo 13, Morris Hro\vn 10 Alcorn Af.T 14, Soulh Caro St 0 Georgetown Col 16, Norlhwood Mich 7 Krmilolph-Mnrnn 20, Wnshlngtn A I-rc 20 Arkansas Stale 11, East Michigan 7 22, Waba5li 17 DePauw Univ 20, SI Joseph's, Intl. 14 Ferris State 17, Grand Valley 12 Mankato Slate 44, Morning side 3 SW Memphis I I , Princlpia Co] 0 Upper iowa 13,,fiimpson College 10 Wayuo St, Mich 2G. Valparaiso 21 Henderson St 28, H.irding Col 0 South Melhodis.1 37, Oregon Stale 23 Amtierst 30, American Inl'L 6 Doslon College 37, Navy 0 Chcyney Stale 7, Mnnsrield St 0 C. W. Tost 42, Scion Hall 23 n II, Pn. 25, Elttinboro State 7 Maryland 31, Syracuse 0 'ennsj'lvajiia 14, Browji 9 I'onn Stnte 21. Army 14 Slippery Rock 31, Shippensburg 9 Biggest Margin Ever Over TCU Frogs Porkers Win By A Landslide 49-0 we're liable to nings." go extra in- Commenting on the search for a middle guard to replace Lucious Sclmqn, Lacewell said, "I thought about calling Mrs. Selmon again and asking her to please check under the beds to see if there isn't one more playing house." around the About the only person I can think of who works as hard as Bud Campbell did is Ellis Bogan of Paradise Valley · ' G o l f Course. That's why it ' surprised me to find him playing an 18-hole round this past Thursday. He probably hasn't played his own course more than 20 times since opening it seven years ago. Upon arrival at the pro shop, I was advised by Herman Evans that Ellis was teeing off on number nine. I bought a new putter and . figured to do some shadow- putting on the ninth green, not having played for weeks -and weeks. As soon as he saw me, Ellis motioned f r o m , the fairway for me to scram. He thought I was practice-putting, and he wouldn't allow President Ford or Johnny .Miller to do that. Ellis and his wife Dona were teamed against Tex Gage and Dr. Jack Wilson. Mrs. Bogan hit a wonderful approach shot and made a three-foot putt for a birdie. "That was a good pressure putt, Dona," said Tex. . "Well, It's about time," she answered. "Ellis was about to look for another partner." WAYLAID AT TURN I waylaid Mr. Bogan at the turn and obtained a three- minute interview about his progress in trying to sell the course. "The first one that comes up with the money can have Former TIMES sports editor Lin Wright mailed us a story from the Jackson, Miss., Clarion-Ledger, listing Arkansas as the number one team in the country. The paper bases its Top Ten on actual performances to date this season -- not on what could or will or should happen in the future. B u t the rating came out before Arkansas lost to Oklahoma State. West Texas State junior Bruce Wyre missed the first PAT of his college career in a·· 37-17 victory over Drake. Holder Mickey Matthews explains: "I had just caught the first touchdown pass of my career and told the huddle, 'Wait- 'til my mother hears about this.' Bruce was still giggling when he lined up the kick - it really threw him off." Finally, it says here that Booth Lusteg kicked a 28-yard field goal in the last second of play in Portland's 19-17 WFL win over Jacksonville. That has to do your heart good! if you're familiar with Lusteg's career. This guy may be the one they invented the word journeyman for. He's played for every pro team ever assembled, and some twice. Once he was featured in a ma'gazine article that told how he would walk 40 or 50 miles back home after missing a crucial field goal. It's good that he came through in the above game, because Jacksonville to Portland is tough hike. Trinity Collcee 31, Bntea College a Wagner 40. Upsala College 7 Westminster, Pa 23, Bloonisburg 7 Williams Cot 38, Kochojlor 0 Bluelicld State 13, West Va state 7 Klon College 21, Carson-Newman 7 Florida 21, Louisiana Stale 1-1 Georgia Tech 23, Virginia 21 North Carolina 45, Pittsburgh 29 Tennessee 17, Tulsa 10 Virginia Military 22, Virginia Tech 17 Kalamazoo Co] 21, Adrian 7 Onto 31, Northern Illinois 14 Youngslown 21, North Michigan 10 Juniala College 26, Lycoming Col 0 Lafayette 14, Gettysburg Co] 3 Susciueliamia.31, Geneva College 0 Tufts-21, Colby College 14 Vermont 25, Massachusetts 11 West Va Tech 20. West Va Wesley 9 California 31. Illinois I I [owa Stale 27, New Mexico I Kansas 23. Texas ASM 10 Muskinr.nm Col 60. Heidelberg Co) 20 Nebraska 51, Minnesota 0 No Dakota St 28, So Dakota State 0 Oklahoma 63, Wake Forest 0 Bridgeport 37, Central Conn St 22 Curry. College 19, Praminghatn 14 Maine 20, Rhode Island 19 MontclaJr 26, Cortland State 7 Nichols College 33, Boston Elate 0 Bethany, vi'.Va. 24, Allegheny 20 Fruslburg Stnle 46, Jersey City ft Hflmpden-Sydney H, Bridgewaler, Va Mississippi SI 21, Kansas St Univ 16 Morehnuse Co] 27, FnyettevElle 20 No Carolina Cen 13, Morgan State 3 Shaw 23, Federal City 9 Tuskegee 28, Albany St, Ga 0 Central Col Iowa 36, Dubuitue 22 Drake Univ 24, North Texas St 21 Marietla Col 20. Ohio Northern 7 Mount Union 31. Kenyon College 17 North Dakota 42, Northern loiva 26 Northwestern 14, Oregon 10 Olivet Colleen 35, Albion By GRANT HALL TIMES, SpoHs Editor FORT WORTH--Arkansas's spirited young defenders pitched their second straight shutout here Saturday night, and the offense did its part for a 49-0 win over TCU. The score represents the widest margin of victory ever in the series, which Arkansas now leads 29-20-2. It marks the third time in the last five years that the Hogs have scored 49 points against TCU. Just as in Arkansas's 00-0 win over Tulsa last week, the lazorback defense smothered every TCU offensive initiative. The Frogs gained only 32 yards in 29-first half plays while Arkansas was rushing for 218 yards. In the first two periods alone, Barnabas White gained 72 yards on 10 carries for the Porkers, and Ike Forte addec 52 on nine. TCU clicked for nine first downs to Arkansas's seven in the third quarter but the Razorbacks still had a 161-105 advantage in total offense for the period. The was a mop-up both sides. The Razorbacks rolled up 377 yards rushing and 167 passinf for a total of 544 yards on Cr plays. TCU managed 152 yard on 70 plays. Arkansas scored on four o its last five possessions in th first half, with Mark Mille quarterbacking each drive Held to only one first down on icir first three times with the all, the Razorbacks broke the ce by driving 93 yards in six lays late in the first quarter. The big gain was a 44 yard a s s interference penalty gainst TCU safety Terry Orennan. He tripped tight end 3oug Yoder on a Milter bomb hat was too tall to be caught, 'he penalty set the Hogs up at the 28, from where they cored in two plays. Barnabas While gained five 'ards on first down, and Ike le scored his touchdown of .he year from 23 yards out. Forte ran out of the arms of the already red-faced Drennan near the 15. Steve Little kicked the extra point and Arkansas led 7-0 with 1:14 to go in the first final quarter operation fo: quarter. After Little kicked into the endzone, it off deep took the seven yards before over teammate Brad [lazorbacks just one play to get .he ball back. Linebacker Dennis Winston, a one man \vrecking crew, intercepted Lee Cook's pass at the 32 a n d ^ r e turned trippinf, - Thomas. (Winston had tackled Thomas after the latter in tercepted a pass against Sou them Cal). Arkansas covered the 2! yards in three plays. Barnaba: White gained 19 and the four setting up Forte's second touch down of the night and fourtl of the year. Forte went in witl three seconds left in the period nd Little added the PAT f o r ] t h e 10 crossing the goal line n instant before fumbling the all away. Little kicked the core to 28-0 with 46 seconds eft in the half. White had lost a fumble arlier costing Arkansas its nly good field position of the rst quarter. The Razorbacks tarted from their 18, six and even in that period. If there was any doubt of the utcome, Arkansas removed it y taking the second half kickoff and driving 83 yards to a toucb- 14-0 lead. Floyd llogan returned Gary \nderson's fifth punt of the ame 25 yards to give Scott lull and the second team \rkansas offense the ball at 'CU's 45, but Bull eventually umbled the ball away on third nd three at the Frog seven. TCU gained its only first down of the first half with 9:05 eft, but promptly lost 20 yards o its ten on the next series. Anderson punted 26 yards to the Arkansas 4p and Miller came back in with 6:30 left. The Razorbacks scored in six plays with Marsh White's 18 ,, ard run the longest one. Miller scored his fourth touchdown of ;he year from the five yardline, iust getting across with 4:25 to ;o. Little made the score 21-0. After Howard Sampson just m i s s e d a n interception Arkansas started from its 28 with 2:53 left. The Razorbackb executed a 72-yard, scvcn-plaj scoring drive in 2:07, withou completing a pass. Marsh White ran for sevei y a r d s , Barnabas White scampered 15 to the 50 on the option play a n d M i l l e r scrambled for nine to tile 4 before end Chad Utley rmighet him on an incomplete pass tc put the ball at the 26. Miller gained 16 yards in l\y more runs, setting up Barnaba White's second touchdown the season. Barnabas made down in six plays. Miller's fifth straight It was TD-pro : good cutback and scored from ducing drive, The big play was 33 yard pass from Miller to 'orte, who released down the right sideline. That play carried to the TCU !8. and Miller scored his fifth .ouclidown of the year from the seven yard line a few moments ater. Little kicked his fiftl extra point, giving Arkansas a 35-0 lead after only 2:21 of the third quarter. W i d e receiver Freddi D o u g l a s scored the sixth Arkansas touchdown on ': spectacular 74 yard receptio: of a Scott Bull pass. He out fought Gene Hernandes for th ball near the TCU 40 am waltzed in from there. It wa and capped a 93 yard two pla from scrimmage of the season and capped a 93 yard pla ·drive'. With 5:04 to go in th third quarter, Little kicked t score to 42-0. Bull threw his second touch own pass with 12:37 to play the game, a 20 yarder to alfback Elijah Davis. That ouchdown capped a 66 yard, even play drive. Little kicked is seventh extra point to put rkansas ahead 49-0. With Mike Kirkland at" uarterback, Arkansas had a liance to score again in the nal period. Joe Jackson gained 7 yards to the TCU eight on end-around, but halfback 'aughn Lusbv fumbled into thb ndzone for a touchback on tha icxt play. - ^ The game was marred by 295 'ards in penalties, 10 for 163 /ards against TCU and 12 tor .32 on Arkansas. In addition here were twTo offsetting personal foul penalties that didn't affect the game. Barnabas White led all rushers with 85 yards on 12 carries, followed by Forte with 77 on 11. Mike Luttrell had 49 yards in 11 tries for TCU before leaving with an injury in the third quarter. Bull completed all four of his passes for 129 yards, while Cook connected on only four of 16 for 50 yards. The Razorback defense has limited opposing passers to 18 completions in 59 attempts this year. Arkansas is now 3-1 for the year and 1-0 in the Southwest Conference. TCU 1-3 and 0-1. The Razorbacks will play Baylor next week in Fayetteville. - Kansas Smashes Texas AM r s Dreams Of An Unbeaten Season South Dakota !·!, Augustnna, S.n. 7 Valley City 13, Mfiyvllle Elate JO West Virginia 21, Indiana 0 Wisconsin 59, Missouri 20 Woostcr 1G, Hiram College 7 Mass Maritime 21, New Haven Col 0 n Univ 20, Kentucky Slate IS BEach Hills SI 7, So Dakota Tech 7 CornelE College 42, Lake Forest 0 Illinois College 3, Concordia f , II!. 0 Momnoul]] Co! 13. HamEinu Univ 2 Obcriin College 11, Hamilton Col 6 St Cloud Stale 35, WFnona Slate SO Arizona State 16, Wyoming 10 West New Max 20, Southern Utah 16 Platlsburg St 23, Brockport State 3 Howard Univ 31, Petersburg St 7 - Carluton College 2!, CrinneH Cot 14 Carthage CoE 23, Carroll, Wise. ?.-\ Cent Methodist 35, Ottawa U, Kans, 14 Concurtlia'f, Neb. 13, Dana College 6 Uraceland Col 23, Baker Univ 16 Hanover Col 21, Rose H u l m n n 13 HiHsrfale Col 1-1, St Norbert 6 Lnkeland Col 20. Northland Col 19 Minnesota-Morris 23, Northern St, S.D. 11 Kipon College 39, Bcloit Coltege 12 St. John's Minn. 21, Gustav Adotphus 13 Western TElinoIs 23, Eastern Illinois 3 Wiltiam Penn 47, Luther College 0 Wis. Eau Claire 42. Wis. Superior 7 Wis. Oshkosh 31, Wis. Stevens Pt 14 Ft Lewis Col 21, Wcslmln.sl, Utnh 19 Linfielrt Col M, Willamette 7 Oregon College 27, Cast Wash St 6 Baylor 21, Florida State 17 Houston Univ. 2i, Eoulh Carolina 1-1 Sutton Pitches Dodgers To 3-0 Playoff Victory PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Cool outfielder Bill Buckner as th» \and Don Sutton of the Los An.- Dodgers started the ninth in ning dinging to a 1-0 lead. geles Dodgers gave his teammates a pep talk before thel Dodgcrs obliged by pick- If ,ng up two more runs off Pi- shutout over th rates Saturday the best-of-five game League playoff. "I love the confidence in the first of National you LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Sophomore tossed Scott 61-yard Me Michael touch down bomb and later unloaded a nine-yard scoring pitch that lilted Kansas to a 28-10 victory over Texas AiVI Saturday and shattered the fifth-ranked Ag- gies' dreams of an unbeaten season. The big bomb, coming in the dying seconds of the third quarter, was grabbed by Emmetl Edwards who was all alone at the Aggie 30. The fleet flanker then raced in for the score. McMichael hit Robert Miller with the nine-yarder midway through the fourth period, killing whatever hopes the Aggies touchdown from the one. The game, left the two teams with 3-1 records. had of sectional verne Smith raced 53 yards with 26 seconds remaining for salvaging the inter- football battle. La- the third Kansas the second half. touchdown in Pro Football SAFE ON A STEAL . . .Bill North of Hie Oakland A's slides safely into second on this third inning- theft against the Baltimore Orioles in Saturday's opening game of the American League ptayo//s in Oakland. Second baseman Bobby Grich can't tag the runner Hunter Paves The Way Orioles Power Past A's N, Texas State, Drake Tie 24-24 DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP)- Jimrny Herndon ran for touchdowns of 55 and two yards as Drake scored 21 points in a 5- minute span in the third quar- NATIONAI. FOOTBALL LEAGUE AMERICAN CONFERENCE OAKLAND (AP) -- Paul Blair, Brooks Robinson and Bobby .Grich hit home runs off Oakland ace Jim "Catfish" Hunter, powering the Baltimore Orioles to a 6-3 victory over the A's in the opening game of the playoffs Saturday. Blair homered in the opening Inning for the game's first run and Robinson homered to lead off the f i f t h , with both drives virtually scraping the left field foul pole and barely clearing the 330-foot sign on the hit a two-run, 350-foot NCI Kaslern Division W I, T Pel. Pis, OP England 3 0 0 LOOO 82 5 8 ter and held on for a 24-24 tie against Missouri Valley Confer- Miarm Buffalo N. Y. Jets Baltimore Cincinnati Pittsburgh I .667 76 II 0 .667 53 55 61 Kansas City San Diogo 2 1 2 0 .333 5 1 0 3 0 .000 23 Ceniral Division 2 1 0 .687 71 1 I 1 .500 63 1 2 0 .333 35 1 2 0 .333 3! Western livision J 1 0 .667 fence. Grich drive to wrap up the Orioles' four-run outburst in the fifth and knock 25-game winner Hunter out of the contest. Grich also doubled with one out in the fourth and scored on a single by designated hitler Tommy Davis, breaking a 1-1 tie and sending Baltimore ahead to stay. Left-hander Mike Cuellar, who won all seven of his decisions in the Orioles' amazing stretch drive to the Eastern Division title, allowed seven hits over the first efght innings. But he gave up two more to pinch- hitters Jesus Alou and Claudell Washington opening the Oak- 2 1 0 .667 43 50 ence foe North Texas State Sat- The Jayliawks rolled 72 yards on seven plays the first time they had the ball. Miller romped seven yards for the touchdown that put Kansas ahead 7-0. Texas AM struck back, picking up three points on a 39- yard field goal by Handy HaJ- dox and a touchdown that resulted from a blocked punt to grab a 10-7 half lime advantage. Tim " ' ' ' ' "·'· Swift's . Fields picked it up and ran 21 urday. The Bulldogs were held just three points in the first half on a second-quarter field goal by Todd Gaffnev. i 2 o .333 0 2 1 .167 NATIONAF, CONFKRENCF. EaslPrn Dksinn St. Louis Washington Philadelphia i Dallas 10 |N. y. Giants yards Bucky Gray b l o c k e d B o b punt and tackle Edgar to the Kansas four. Sams slabbed into the line three times and made the But from Herndon, Chicago, a sophomore scored on a Minnesota Green Buy Chicago ^ D e t r o i t Cenlr; pilchout from Drake quarterback Jonas Sears at 8:51 of the third period, the Bulldogs' longest play from scrimmage this year. The Mean Green was unable to move the ball and D r a k e scored again, 2:30 later on a six-yard run by Jim O'Connor. On that drive, the Bulldogs moved 52 yards in four plays. Drake scored the- next time it got the ball as Herndon bowled across from the two. 3 0 0 1.000 53 2 I 0 .667 53 2 1 0 .667 I S 1 2 0 .333 JO 27 I 2 0 .333 41 47 I Division 3 0 0 1.000 1 1 .667 I 2 0 .333 0 3 0 .000 ITeslcrn Division [.os Angeles 2 1 0 .667 San Francisco 2 I 0 .667 New Orleans I 2 0 .333 Atlanta 0 3 0 .000 Sunday's Games Washington at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. Oakland at Cleveland. 1 p.m. Baltimore at New England. 1 p.m. Atlanta at New York Giants, 1 p.m. Now Orleans at Chicago, 2 p.m. Buffalo dt Green Hay, 2 p.m. Pittsburgh at Houston, 2 p.m. Denver at Kansas City, 2 p.m. Minrtosola at Dallas. \ p.m. Detroit at Los AnBCles, 4 p.m. Philadelphia at San Diego. 4 p.m. St. Loui3 At San Frnnctsco, 4 p.m. Monday's Game New York Jets «l Miami, 9 p.m. SMU Running Attack Stomps Decisively Past Oregon St. DALLAS (AP)--Rex Garner, David Brown with five seconds and ninth and Ross Grimsley came on in relief. Grimsley, who had a 3-0 record against the A's in slart- ng assignments this season, Jave up a sacrifice fly by Bert Campaneris hut retired three straight batters to finish the ame. Cuellar, 22-10 for the regular season, allowed only two extra- }ase nils, doubles by Bil Norlh base hits, doubles by Bill North in the fifth which led to one of the A's run and Washington in the ninth. Campaneris had drove in all the Oakland runs. By jumping ahead of base- ialt's " " '" pions Wayne Morris and Ricky Wesson rode the wipe-out blocking of Southern Methodist's offensive line for more than 400 yards rushing Saturday and the Mustangs subdued winless Oregon State 37--30 in an intersectional game. Garner, a sopnomore ' from Pittsburgh, Kan., scored touchdowns twelve on runs of five and yards and gained 103 steps on 15 carries. Morris rolled for 114 yards on 18 carries and added a seven- yard touchdown run to the Mus- slippery soph- tang attack. Wesson, a omore quarterback dashed for 91 yards, including a 12-yard touchdown run and passed 27 yards for a score to flanker Freeman Johns. Reserev Oregon State quarterback Alvin White sparked his team to a 21--point fourth quarter including a ten--yard touchdown pass to tight end eft to no avail. SMU is now 3- -1 for the sea- defending World Chamin the best-of-five play- Blair cf son and the Beavers of the Pac Sight are 0--'!. A smallish crowd of 16,958 ](·,,.;,,, rattled around in Ihe Cotton T navis dh Bowl as SMU jumped lo a quick 17--0 lead on Garner's wo touchdown runs and Ted Thompson's 27-yard field goal. Oregon State rallied to pull wilhin 17--9 in the Ihird period ot a 17--yard louchdown pass rom quarterback Steve Gervais to Brown. Wesson fumbled the ball at the SMU end zone to give OSU a safety. The Mustangs pushed the score lo 24--9 on Wesson's scoring run and Morris' touchdown gallop put Ihe game out of reach at 30--9. White scored on a one--yard quarterback sneak and Elvin Momon skipped five yards for two fourth quarter consolation touchdowns. offs. the Orioles posted a Iflth consecutive victory, dating back to their hot September drive. They will pitch Dave McNally, 16-10, against the A's Ken Holtzman, 19-17, in a matchup of left-handers Sunday at the Oakland Coliseum. BALTIMORE OAKLAN'p nb r h bl ab r h bl Cnpgins il - 1 0 0 0 North e f 5 2 1 0 guys have in me, but you'll get me some more runs," he told Baylor Comes From Behind TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP Halfback Steve Beaird scored three touchdowns Saturday night, leading Baylor lo a come-from-behind 21-17 football victory over Florida State. The" Seminoles had appeared on their way to. stopping their losing streak at 15 games by grabbing a 17-0 balftime lead. But the Bears came back with two touchdowns in the first 7:17 of the second half. The winning score finished an 86-yard, 12-play drive. Beaird set up Ihe score wilh a 40-yard burst up the middle, then tallied on a two-yard run. His first two touchdowns came on one-yard runs set up ly wingback Phillip Kent, who rent 21 and 42 yards on reverses. Florida Stale captalized on two fumble recoveries and put together a 73-yard drive for their first-half points. Baylor halfback Scooter Reed fumbled Ihe first punt of Ibc game and lackle John Murphy recovered for the Seminoles at Baylor's 46. Four plays later, Ahmet Askin booted a 48-yard field goal to give Florida State a 3-0 lead. Later in the first period, FSU began a 12 play drive that carried it to a 10-0 lead with halfback Larry Key sweeping left end for the final 15 yards. Key carried five times in the final drive for 32 yards. The next lime Baylor had the ball, the Bears fumbled and linebacker Rudy Maloy recovered on the Baylor 41. FSU scored seven plays later wilh halfback Fred Miller bursting through over left tackle for the touchdown.' rates' relief ace Dave Giusti and it made Sutlon's job easier. The 185-pound right-hander, a 19-game winner who won his . last nine decisions during the regular season, said he was dog-tired at the end. "It il would have been any closer, I couldn't have walked out in the ninth," said the weary pitcher, "t was just tuckered out." Ironically, the game between baseball's two strongest hitting learns was decided on a bases- loaded walk by losing pitcher Jerry Heuss in the second inning. NATIONAL AT PITTSBUBGH LOS ANGELES .. PITTSBURGH .ones 2 b - 1 1 0 1 Stennett 2 b 4 0 0 0 !ueftncr H 5 0 1 0 Hebner 3n 3 0 0 0 Vynn ct 3 1 1 1 AOIiver e( 4 0 0 0 larvey J b 4 0 2 0 Storeoll » 4 0 2 0 Ferguson it 4 1 2 1 Zlak rl 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Sangullln C 4 0 1 0 5 0 2 0 Krkpnlrik 11) 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 Taveras s s 2 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 Popovich ss I 0 1 0 Reuss p 2 0 0 0 DParker pn 1 0 0 0 Giustt p 0 0 0 0 Ccj- 3b Russell ss YeaRer e Sutton p Total 35 3 9 3 Total 3! 0 4 0 T Ansrelea 010 000 G02-- 3 Pittsburgh ,000000000--0 E- Cey 2. DP--Los Angeles 1. LOB-Los Angeles 13, Pittsburgh 7. 2B-Garvey, Buckner. Wynn. SB--Lopes. S--Ferguson. IP H R E R B B S O Sutloii (W.1-) » 4 0 0 1 9 Rouss Giustt 5 1 4 2 2 3 0 HBP-by Sutton (Hebner). T--2:25. A-10.638. Horns Withstand Washington Air Attack 35-21 AUSTIN. Tex. (AP) -- Freshman fullback Earl Campbell barreled for yards in the Ib JPowcll Ib lor II BTtobinsn 3b 41 1 1 ManKual Ih 4 0 1 0 Hcnrtrcks c 4 1 1 0 Fosse e Belanper S3 3 0 0 0 JAIou ph Cuellar p 0 0 0 0 Tnllo pr "rimsley p 4 2 2 2 . Campnris s s 4 0 3 3 4 2 2 2 RJaekson rf 4 000 40 2 I Bando 3b . 4 0 1 0 4 0 00 Hlirfi If 4 0 2 0 Tcnare 4 0 00 3 0 W 20.1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 DGrecn 2 b 2 0 0 0 CWtinlsn ph 1 fl I fl Hunter p 0 0 0 0 Odnm p 0000 Firmer.! p Total 15 6 10 8 Total lakt'anrt Ml 010 Ml-- 3 UP-Oakland 1. I.OB-Baltlrnnre 3, .)ahlanl 9. 2B--Grich, North, CWhntgn. I i n -- B l a i r (I, B.Robinsrm (1). Grieh (I). SB--North, CampjinDm SF--Cftrnpaneris. IP S--Helanger. H H ER BB SO Cuollur (W,10 Grlmsley Hunter T,.0-1 1 0 42.3 8 3 1 1 1 1 m-Fosso. T-2:M. A--11,603. Duniven Leads Tech Past OSU Cowboys 14-13 LUBBOCK, Tex. (AP) -Sophomore quarterback Tommy Duniven guided Texas Tech n for two touchdowns in the second period and the 10th- ranked Red Raiders hung on : or a 14-13 nonconference victory Saturday night over Oklahoma State. Fumbles, interceptions anc penalties took a heavy toll ir ooth camps and in the end i was an apparent mishandlec snap on an extra point attemp that determined the outcome. The victory, the second by a Southwest Conference club over OSU in two weeks, extended the Raiders unbeaten string to 13 over two seasons. A tie Is I the only mar during that span. third quarter, scoring once and setting up another touchdown, as Texas withstood Washington's passing barrage for a.35- 21 inlerseclional football victory Saturday night. Five Longhorn backs pounded Tor touchdowns as Texas' Wish T bone-T offense rolled up 367 yards rushing. But Washington quarterback Chris Rowland threaded Texas' pass defense for 328 yards passing, hitting 24 of 37 for two touchdowns. Two glittering Texas defensive plays sealed the Longhorns' third victory in four games, setting up their annual contest with Oklahoma next Saturday in Dallas. With 11 minutes remaining in the game, Texas linebacker Bill Hamilton halted Mike Vincino just short of a first down on a completed pass to the Texas three on a fourth down play. Later, defensive back Sammie Mason pilfered a Rowland Ihrow in the Texas end zone. The Seattle junior, however, hit 251-pound tight end Robin Earl on touchdown pass plays of 40 and 22 yards. Ron Olson ran 30 yards with an intercepted pass for Washington's third score. Campbell scored from Ihe one-yard line, after racing 36 yards to set up the touchdown. Texas' other touchdowns came on runs of 10 yards by Marly Akins, one yard by Roosevelt Leaks, three yards by Jimmy Walker and four yards by Graylyn Wyatt,

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