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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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Nittany Lions Trim Stubborn Cadets, 21-14 WEST POINT, N. Y. (AP) -Penn State withstood a couple ot fumbles llial yielded two early touchdowns, took the lead just before halflime on Tom Shuman's 18-yard scoring pass and went on to defeat surprisingly stubborn A r m y 21-H Saturday. Freshman J i m m y Cefalo ran for a two-point conversion after Tom Dqnchez scored Penn Stale's first touchdown on a two-yard plunge early in the second quarter. John Heihner's place ' kick put , the N i t t a n y Lions on top 15-14 after Shuman's touchdown pass to freshman Handy Sidler with 55 seconds left in the first half. 11 was the third victory in (our games for the nation's UHli-ranked college footall team. Army dropped its third in a a major opponent after w i n n i n g its opener from Lafayette. Penn Slate, which lost five fumbles in bowing to Navy Iwo weeks ago, started out, in much the same fashion against Army The Lions hobbled the ball away 'twice in the first three minutes at their 21 and 38 yard lines and trailed 14-0 with less than 8 minutes gone in the game. Brad Dodri Why Can't KTouch You Oregon's Sieve Donnelly, let!, and Nnrthwesfern's Bill Stevens holh missed the mark as (licy fall lo field d u r i n g Saturday's game *.( Evanslou. Donnelly was charged with pass interference on Jtlay. Northwestern won, 14-10. (AP \Virepholo) Overcomes 24-14 Deficit Tide Trips Ole Miss JACKSON, Miss. (AP) -fir=i iTM. r^-- score( i Army's i Halfback Willie Shelby scored ursl touchdown on a five-vard , . , ., , , run and Scott Gillogly's one ^-°- touc M° wns .Saturday inch quarterback sneak gave the underdog Cadets a 14-0 lead. Penn Stale charged 75 yards in 15 plays for ils firsl touchdown and covtred fil yards in nine plays for the second afler Army's into a a severe rush forced Dave Hoopengardner hurried 18-yard punt. Duane Taylor scored Penn Slate's final touchdown on a 19- yard run with 8Vz minutes left, capping an 83-vard march that consisted 16 plays and lasted more than eight minutes. Nebraska Gets Easy 54-0 Win Over Minn. quick third quarter touchdowns. First, 'Bama fumbled on its own 15 to set up the tying score. Then Eebel defensive end Gary Turner put Ole Miss ahead before 45,500 unbelieving fans when he speared quarterback Richard Todd's pilchout on the dead r u t ) and sprinted 42 yards to score. Alabama, aroused at last, drove 68 yards in four plays to pull even again. Shelby, a quick-moving 172-pounder, scored on the fourth play by taking a pitchoul, eluding several tacklers and sprinting 58 -- yards. bait, then handed Ole Miss two Then the Tide marched 54 as Alabama's vaunted Crimson Tide sputlered, caught fire and oulscored Mississippi 35-21 in college football. After watching with disbelief is Ole Miss turned Iwo Ihird- period breaks into a 21-14 lead, -he third-ranked Tide struck sack with a vengeance to regain control and win Ihe regionally televised Southeastern Conference battle. Alabama punched out a methodical 14-7 lead in the first yards on its next possession to move ahead for good. Halfback James Taylor swept in for 18 yards, the big play of the drive, and fullback Rick Walson dashed eight yards Ihrough Ihe middle to score. Safety Ricky Davis intercepted a pass by Rebel quarterback Kenny Lyons and sprinted 67 yards to set up the only fourth period touchdown, Todd went in on a one-yard sneak. Bullock Leads Notre Dame Over Spartans BAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) --- Wayne Bullock rushed for ,wo short touchdowns and Dave Sleeve notched a pair of field goals Saturday, ·giving seventh- ranked Notre Dame a 10-14 victory over stubborn Michigan State in a nonconference college football game. The powerful Irish, coming off an upset by Purdue, capital i/ed on two Michigan Slate Fumbles for their touchdowns and a 14-yard Spartan punt for the first field goal. But Notre Dame was unable to establish a consistent attack against the grudging, young Spartan defense. Michigan Stale, down 16-0 at the half, rebounded with a 90-yard scoring drive in the third quarter. The Spartans marched 76 yards in the last · period to close the gap. Tom Clements, the vaunted Irish quarterback, shunned the! pass after throwing nearly 25 limes a game in Notre Dames'] f i r s t three contests. The Irish are 3-1 now. I Bullock, who broke a Notre Dame rushing record with 36 carries, gained 127 yards and scored from one and five yards out. Reeves hit 38-and 32-yard field goals. The Spartans scored on a 26- yard pass from quarterback Charlie Baggett to flanker M i k e j Jones, and a nine-yard run b y ' tailback Rich Baes. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, Od. 6, 1974 r A Y E T T B V N LI, A R K A N S A S Backward Teeth A snake's teelli are poinled backward to prevenl escape of animals captured for food. Florida's Defense Nixes LSU Scoring Thrusts In SEC Win LINCOLN, Neb. ( A P ) Dave Humm threw a record- setting touchdown pass and running backs Dave Gillespic . and Monte Anthony scored two touchdowns each Saturday · leading Nebraska'* sixth-ranked Cornhuskers to a 54-0 romp over Minnesota in an intersectional college football game Humm, who also scored on a 15-yard run in the second quar " ter, set a Nebraska record when he tossed the ,13rd louch down pass of his career, a six · yarder to fullback Tony Dav on Nebraska's first possession of the game. Minnesota was unable to come up with a first down in the first three quarters, nnd managed only three in the final ·. period as the Gophers could not '" spring vaunted runnig back " Rick Upchurch past the Nebraska defensive line. Upchurch managed only 19 yards on 14 carries and was .trapped behind the line cf ·scrimmage four times. Upchurch had running room late in the first period but f u m bled the hall on the Minnesota ' 30, and lackle Mike Fullz re covered for Nebraska. Nebraska needed just six plays to cover the distance, as : Gillcspie poked over from Ihe one to open the second-period scoring. Jim Burrrow returned a punt 67 yards for a third-period . touchdown and Chuck Malito . grabbed a 66-yard touchdown pass from Earl Everett lo .' round out the" Nebraska touch ; downs. GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -Jimmy Fisher fired two touchdown passed to Lee McGriff a n d l.Uh-1-anked Florida's clutch defense rejected five scoring opportunities lo lead Ihe Gators past Louisiana State 24-14 in a Southeastern Conference football game Saturday. Fisher, a reserve quarterback, connected with McGrift on a 60-yard play in Ihe third quarter. He seltled the issue for good with five minutes remaining by combining witli McGriff n a 62-yard touchdown play. LSU, picked as one of the fa- oriles in the SEC race, saw iree fourth-down gambles fail eep in Gator territory and also nissed a pair of second-quarter ield goal attempts. It was a brilliant defensive ffort, led by Ralph Ortega anc ammy Green. Ibat put a halt D LSU's vaunted runing at Clemson Noses Past Bulldogs For 28-24 Win CLEMSON, Quarlerback S.C. (AP) -Mike O'Cain scored on 39-yard and one yart runs in Ihe second half to lead Clemson to a 28-24 win over Georgia in a football game be t w e e n traditional inter conference rivals Saturday. The Tigers of the Atlanti Coast Conference c/ime from 1 points down to lead by four a the. half, then traded touch downs with Ihe Soulheasterr Conference Bulldogs in Ihe las two periods. It was Clemson' first victory over Georgia sinci 1955 and gave the Tigers a 2- record the same as Georgia's. O'Cain started for Clemso but was ineffective and was re placed at the helm in the sec end period. His relief. Mar" Fellers, starlcd the ball rolling Clemson's way but went out with an ankle injury in the third period with Georgia ahead 17-14. When , sophomore O'Cain came back in, he turned the tide. Iowa St. Rips N. Mexico 27-3 AMES, lowta (AP) -- F u l l sack Phil Danowsky bollec ver for two touchdowns anc 'om Gocdjen kicked a pair o ield goals as Iowa Stale, tak ng advantage of an opporlun stic defense, defeated Nev Mexico 27-3 in an inter.sectiona ootball game Salurday. A fumble recovery and Uv ong punt returns set up scores ncluding a 46-yard paes by Cy clone tailback Mike Strachan I iophomore Luther Blue. Danowsky scored on runs o two and one yards as low itate finished with 314 yards lo il offense, eight less than th visitors, who dropped to 1-2- on the season. Iowa Stale, 2-2, recovere .wo fumbles and intercepte .wo passes lo - bottle Mexico, which came Yale Downs Colgate NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) -Rudy Green's touchdown and his longest career run plus two touchdowns by Don Gcsicki, all in the second half, led Yale to a 30-7 college football victory over Colgale Saturday. The victory raised Yale's record lo 2-0 and dropped Col- gale to 0-3. up Ne into Ih game with the nation's No. passer, Steve Myer. Myer. who had five touch downs in 598 yards in three pre vious games, continually ben the Iowa Slate defense and fin ished with 216 yards passing but the Lobos' only score was 42-yard field goal by Bob Ber just before halftime. Gocdjen booted 30 and 2 yard field goals for Iowa Sta and. in the process, had a B Eight Conference career recor by running his total to 32. Slrachan, who finished wii 122 yards rushing in 29 carric completed the only pass of h college career in the secon quarter when he connected Blue on a surprise play. Morose Mole The mole is a morose unde ground crealure and, except mating time, rarely' chooses live with another member the species. EVEREST JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS TO 10" RENTALS * iAICS Fiytlltvllle Drof E. Side Sniure 42-?3i ck in blustery 20-mile-per- ur wind. H was the fourlh straight vic- r y ' f o r the unbeaten Gators. U's record felt to 1-2-1. Florida, leading 7-0 on Tony reen's six-yard scamper in e opening quarter, took corn- land 10 Ihird-perioc oinls following LSU turnovers David Posey kicked a 22-yard eld goal shortly after Eddie rmons recovered a fumble IB LSU 26. Then, less than ree minutes later, Alvin Cow us recovered a fumble at th SU 4), setting up Fisher's firs luchdown strike lo McGriff. LSU scored ils firsl louch own on Billy Broussard's 31 ard run after an 83-yard driv n the final quarter. Duke Holds On To Clip Purdue DURHAM, N.C. (AP) -- Tail- ack Tony Benjamin scored ivo touchdowns, the second apping a fourth period touch- lown drive that put Duke in ront, then the Blue Devils held n for a 16-14 victory over Pur- lue Saturday in an inter- Tennis Star's Father Killed HOUSTON (AP) -- Tennis star Evorine Goolagoiig was informed Salurday t h a t her father, Kenneth Goolagong, had been killed in a traffic accident in Australia. Miss Goolagong was told of the death shortly before she was to meet Chris Evert in a semifinal match of the $50,000 Women's Professional Tennis Circuit tournament here. Miss Goolagong did not compete in the semifinals and Miss Evert was awarded the match by default. iectional football game. A crowd of 20,500 saw Pur- lue, which trailed 10-7 at the ialf, drive 86 yards for a louch down in 20 plays, Mark Vilal scoring from the one on the second play of the fourth quar ter to put Purdue ahead 14-10. Duke then swept 34 yards for the game-winning touchdown, with Benjamin diving over from Ihe one. The Boilermakers, who upset Notre Dame last week, rolled from their 18 la the Duke 13 in the closing niinules but the Blue Devils held and Steve Schmidt failed on a 31-yard field goal attempt. Extending Antler The caribou is the only deer 1 America with part of tiie a n t l e r extending forward oward the nose. All other species have antlers spreading sideways, straight up or back over the head. STEVE BECK Manager of Hardee's North Garland Sts. (across from Oak Plaza) "It's h®w we cook'em counts*" "I'm your local Hardee's manager inviting you to hurry on down to try the burger that's truly different. Ours are char-broiled ... not fried ... like all the rest, on an open grill to give you that delicious charcoal taste. Thanks for your continued support, I'm glad we can serve you. It's how we cook'em that counts October--National Restaurant Month Tim's Pizza with Schlitz Town Country Restaurant Open 24 Hrs.--7 Days Wk. Hwy. 71 S. told Pancake House) 521-8686 .on Rd. fayeWeville, ArV. BB BAR-B-QUE (3 Blocks South nf Ozark Theater on 71 By Pass) Dining Rooms, Carry-Out, Sandwiches We Cater Large and Small Groups, Tool Ph. 442-9674 1I-D Weekdays, H-:o p.m. Frl-Sat.-Sun.--Closed Tues. Closed Moil, at 3 p.m. Venesian Inn Hwy. G8 West -- Tonlitown Open 4-9 (Closed Sunday) BankAmerEcurri -- Master Charge aa CHICKEN HOUSE Serving The World's Finest Fried Chicken Hwy. 71 N. Sprlngdale Marty JIarys COACHMAN RESTAURANT 1212 N. College Colonial Village Meet your friends at the COACHMAN RESTAURANT TUBS., thru Sal., 5 p.m. til 10p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m. CHINESE, and TelIcfou« . . . STEAKS SHRIMPS O p e n 5-5:30 r.M. Clos P il .S uniln)- Momlny RICE 6W(. 112 .Vorfh -- Bring the Family and Dine Comfort at the Breakfast fi:30.10:,10 Lunch 11:30-2:00 Dinner 5:00-9:00 BUFFET 3 kinds of meat, assorted vegetables, salads, home made pies,, Restaurant Will Close 2 p.m. Sunday 009 BUY EARLY BONUS SNOW TIRIS SUBURBANITE POLYESTER P Strong 4-Ply Polyester Body Cord, · Rugged Cleats btriU to handle Winter. · A pair gives you the traction you need to go in ICG -Mud -- Snow. 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East · Fayettevills · 442-6222 Mpn. thru Fri. 8:00-5:00-- Sat. 8:00-4:00

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