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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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2C · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, Oct. 6, 1974 FAYETTEVIULE, ARKANSAS Iowa Fumbles Help Trojans To 41-3 Romp , LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Senior Southern Cal defensive bad ICharles Phillips scored his first ^college touchdowns Saturday .·returning two fumbles 83 and 98 "yards in helping the Trojans overpower Iowa, 41-3. , Phillips' 181 yards in the in tcrseclional battle set a Nation .al Collegiate Athletic Associ ation record for runbacks will - pass interceptions ov fu'.nblcs topping the 1955 mark of 1C2 b.\ Joe Brodsky of Florida agains Mississippi State. The grabs by Phillips, a ra ngy G-foot-3 rover back, cami on fumbles by Jim Jensen u the second quarter and by Roi Wcllinaton in the third. Phillips' performance ovei shadowed an fM-yard kickoff re turn by Southern Cal runnin; back Anthony Davis. Iowa, recovering a fumble 01 the opening kickoff, scored firs on a 26-yard field goal by Nicl Qiiartaro. Davis fielded Qaurtero's kick off at his 20. fumbled it picked it up, and scampered fo the touchdown. Trojan quarterback Pat Ha . cien ran 11 yards for the secon touchdown and passed 17 yard to John McKay for another be fore a crowd of 52,095 at th Coliseum. Reserve quarterback Vine Evans threw a 14-yard pass t \Tohn Cantwell for the fina tally. The victory for the nintl ranked Trojans raised t h e i record to 2-1. Iowa, of the Bi Ten. fell to 1-3. B e f o r e Phillips' secon fumble grab, the Hawkeyes IIE moved in 12 plays from their 1 -to the Southern Cal one, wlici Wellington tried a run on fourt down. But the f oall squirted in the air and Phillips picked off before it hit the ground. Nt Slate Nips Upset-Minded !ma - RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- R land Hooks scored two tone! -downs Saturday and unbeale. eighth-ranked North Carolin .State came from behind to n determined East Carolina 24-2 East Carolina quarierbac Mike 'Weaver led an arouse Pirate team to a 14-7 first-ha lead but the Wolfpack's dep proved too tough for the Sout ern Conference visitors in tl second half. State took the lead at 21-14 the fourth period when Hool skirted right end on a nine-ya touchdown run, then sealed tl victory with a 27-yard lield go by John Huff. SUPER BACK . . .Oklahoma halfback Joe Washington sets sail for some of his 145 yards rushing against outclassed Wake Forest Saturday afternoon in Norman, Oklahoma. Washington picked up 145 yards msing nil in the first half. Wayne Ho//man throws a key block for Washington. Washington carried only 10 times in the first half and didn't play i» the second Downs Stanford, 27-16 n Eases To Win Oil Ravage Wake Forest NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -Halfback Joe Washington put on a dazzling display of open field running and quarterback Steve Davis hurled two touchdown passes, helping second- ranked Oklahoma crush a young Wake Forest team 63-1 in an intersectional footbal game Saturday; Washington slashed for 14! yards in 10 carries and scorec on a 65-yard scamper, leading the undefeated Sooners to their third straight victory. Thai moved Washington, a junior ahead of Clendqn Thomas ar the fourth leading rusher in Sooner history. Washington gained all his yardage in the first half. The Sooners put in the third-string backfield after the half. Oklahoma went 50 yards in seven plays on its first posses sion with halfback Grant Bur get dashing in from the 18 foi the score. Later, \Vashington electrifiec the partisan Sooner crowt when he scooted around end fo 65 yards and the second Okla honia touchdown. That was all the scoring the first quarter, but the Soon crs piled up 28 points in thi second period to take a 42-i lead at intermission. In the second quarter out burst, Davis hit tight en Wayne Hoffman on a seven yard scoring toss and combine with Tinker Owens on a 32-yar scoring effort STANFORD (AP) -- Quarter- jack Dennis Franklin ran for ,wo touchdowns within a minute to bring the fourth ranked, unbeaten Michigan .Wolverines a 27-16 riumtph over Stanford Saturday. Stanford's defense and the passing of sophomore Jerry Waldvogel making his first start at quarterback--staked Stanford to a 6-0 lead in the 'irst quarter and a 9-6 halftime edge. Stanford's Mike Langford looted a 52-yard field goal after iust 4:19 of play and added two more later from the 42. Michigan stormed back after the intermission to drive 94 vards for a score. Sophomore rlob Lytle, who didn't carry in .he first half, rushed seven times for 38 yards. A 16-yard gain on a pitchout to Lytle moved the Wolverines to Stanford's 21 and Franklin Henderson Breezes Pasl Harding SEARCY, Ark. (AP) -- Quarterback Terry Blaylock scored two touchdowns and tailback Joe Smith gained 145 yards to lead Henderson to a 28-0 victory over Harding in Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference football here Saturday. Henderson, ranked sixth in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, chalked up its fourth victory against no losses this season, including two AIC games. It was the AIC opener for Harding, which is 22 for the season. ran a keeper over the right side from the 12 for Michigan's go- ahead score. Seconds later, Michigan's Larry Banks recovered a fumble by Scott Laidlaw on Stanford's nine. Gil Chapman rushed for five yards and Franklin again went into the end zone standing up--this time for four yards over the left side. Griffin Leads Ohio To Big 42-7 Decision SEATTLE (AP) -- Archie r i f f i n rushed for IOC yards, including a 75-yard touchdown !allop, and the No. 1-ranked )hio Stale Buckeyes crushed Vashington State in a 42-7 in- ersectional college football vic- ory Saturday. Griffin carried the ball 22 times before leaving the game midway through the third quarter. Coach Woody Hayes t u r n e d to the second stringers at Hint point. It was the 15th consecutive game in which the f l a shy tailback has gained more than 100 yards. Late Touchdown Puts Vois Past Tough Tulsa Hurricane KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -A 48-yard touchdown run on a punt return by Stanley Morgan Colorado Edges Air Force 28-27 A1K FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) -- Sophomore tail-back Billy Waddy rushed for 171 yards and scored two touch-downs Saturday to lead Colorado to a 28-27 victory over Air Force. Air Force junior Dave Lawson, who kicked a 60-yard field goal in the first quarter, missed on a 50-yard attempt with just five seconds left, as the Buffaloes held off a Falcon second- half rally to even their record at 2-2. The Falcons had come back from a 28-10 deficit midway through the third quarter and moved from their own 33 to the Colorado 33 to set up Lawson's last-ditch attempt. with 42 seconds to play gave Tennessee a 17-10 football victory over Tulsa Saturday. Morgan took Rick Eitgles' jujit near the right sideline and raced untouched into the end zone to hand Tennessee its second victory of the season aftei the Golden Hurricanes had bat- Jed back from a 10-point halftime deficit to tie the heavily favored Vols in the third quarter. The Vols are now 2-1-1. Tulsa went home with a 1-3 mark. Tennessee scored its firs! touchdown on a one-yard rur by Paul Careathers in the firs! period. Rieky Townsend booteti a 36-yard field goal in the sec ond period. Tulsa came back in the thir period to tie on a 29-yard fiel( goal by Arthur Bennett and a three-yard touchdown pas from Ken Dickerson to Stevi Largent. ASU Indians D reduce 14-7 Mon-LoopWin JONESDOnO, Ark. (AP) -- 'ullbiick Slim Winfrey scored wlco in the fourlh quarter to live Arkansas State a 14-7. lomcback victory over Eastern Michigan here Saturday after- icon. His scores, cacli or which :iime on one-yard runs, capped Irives of 07 and 47 yards after fames Flytw replaced Steve 3urks ns ASU quarterback with 3:33 left in the third period. Until then, the ASU offense ind been punchless, due in part o eight fumbles, five of which vcro recovered by Eastern ichigan. Eastern Michigan look a 7-0 cad in the first quarter on a 10-yard run by tailback Mike Stickland. On thai play, Strickland took a pilclioul to his right, faked a pass, then circled left and outran the ASU defensa to tile end /otie. ASU throttled several Eastern Michigan threats, including one that failed to produce points after four plays inside :he ASU five following one of ;he EMU recoveries of Arkansas State fumbles. On the first successful Arkansas State drive, Winfrey, who netted 104 yards on 24 carries, was given the ball five consecutive times and gained from the 20 to the end zone. The second ASU touchdown march was set up b.v a 33-yard punt return by Joe Hollimon. After ASU took the lead, Eastern Michigan drove to tha ASU 20 before being stopped again. The victory put ASU at 1-1 for the season. Eastern Michigan dropped to 1-4, · OPt-N DAILY 9-9; CLOSED SUNDAY MOM., TUBS., WED. 521-3531 McGallion Comes Off Bench To Paste South Carolina AUTO SERVICE SPECIALS COLUMBIA (AP) -- Sopho m o r e quarterback Bobby McGallion came off the bench in the fourth quarter to guide Houston to two touchdowns and a field goal.for a 24-14 football victory over South Carolina Saturday night. The Cougars were trailing 147 when McGallion entered the game and within three minutes sent Houston in front to stay. Marshal Johnson scored both of the fourth-period touchdowns on runs of 13 and five yards. When Johnson wasn't ripping through the South Carolina line, it was John Housman doing the damage. Housman gained 156 yards on 25 carries and scored ;he first Houston touchdown on a 23-yard blast up the middle. South Carolina, which has now lost its first four games of :he year, outplayed Houston in the first three periods. EXPERT WATCH REPAIR · . " ' SWIFTS 17 North JHncV S«. JiuUi^ OPEN DAILY 9-9; CLOSED SUNDAY MON., TUBS., WED. ONLY SIZES ALL TIRES PLUS F.E.T. 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