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5C ·) Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., Oct. 20, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Diehl Expands San Antonio Lead To Four Griffin In Top Form Ohio State Clips Indiana Jimho Elrod (54) of Oklahoma moves into the play after a Colorado fumble on the Sooner 8-yard line during second quarter action between OU and Colorado in Boulder To The Rescue Saturday. Elrod recovered the tumble for the Sooners. The ball is just beyond the grasp of Rod Shoate of (he Sooners. Harvey Goodman (6G) of Colo- rado Is In on the action. Oklahoma scored a 49-14 win over Colorado In a Big Eight Conference game. (AP Wire- photo) Bullook, Korman lead Charge Irish Top Army 48,0 SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) -Fullbacks Wayne Bullock and Russ Kornman each scored two touchdowns and halfback Al Samuel added a game-high 127 yards rushing Saturday as sev- e nt h-ranked Notre Dame pounded Army 48-0 in an intersectional college football game. A mixture of snow and rain fell during most of the first half and caused numerous fumbles by both teams but Notre Dame clung to the ball long enough to score at least as many points in the first half than it had scored in each of its last three games. The Irish built a 20-0 lead and coasted the rest of the way to their fifth victory against one loss. It was the fifth straight loss for Army, 1-5, and ran the Cadets' losing string against the Irish to six games. Bullock, who entered the game eighth in the nation in scoring with eight touchdowns, scored the first two Irish touchdowns and barely missed a third. He had the ball knocked from his grasp inches from the end zone midway in the -first quarter but came back to score on runs of six and nine yards later in the half. Senior quarterback Tom Clements added another touchdown on a seven-yard run with 55 seconds left in the second pe riod. The Irish added three touch Fourth Ranked Alabama Swallows Tennessee 28-6 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Willie Shelby scored two touchdowns and set up another with a 41-yard punt return Saturday, leading fourth-ranked Alabama to' a 28-6 Southeastern Conference football victory over Tennessee. Shelby, a 172-pound junior, ran over a defender on a 13- yard scoring trip in the second quarter. He put the undefeated Crimson Tide in control in the third quarter with a 19-yard touchdown ruji and his long punt return within a two-minute span. Humm Drives Nebraska Over Kansas 56-fi Calvin Gulliver also scorec wice for Alabama; rambling 30 yards on the first play after Shelby's punt return and add ng another on a six-yard run in he final period. It was the 17th straight regu ar-season victory for Alabama ncluding six this year. The Tide has a 3-0 record in its drive for fourth straight SEC championship. , Meanwhile. Tennessee, a per ennial power, dropped its thin straight conference game fo: the first time since 1964 an was buried in the SEC cella ith 0-3 record. The Vols fell t 2-3-1 overall. Tennessee's only touchdowi came on the brilliant individua effort of Stanley Morgan, wb broke away on a 64-yar drui that narrowed Alabama's leai to 7-6 shortly before halftime. Morgan collided headgear-Jo headgear with Ricky Davis jus past the scrimmage line, some how kept his balance and brok away from a quartet of deferu ers to go the distance. LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -Dave Humm knocked the prop, from under Kansas with the most dazzling aerial perform ance of his career, throwing three touchdown passes to Don Westbrook as 12lh-ranked Ne braska mauled No. 13 Kansas 56-0 in a Big Eight football mismatch Saturday. Humm, who hit 23 of 27 tosses for 230 yards and no interceptions, found Westbrook, senior wingback from the Wyoming flatlands, for touchdowns of 7, 10 and 3 yards and broke two Big Eight career records. Htimm's three-yard shot to Westbrook late in the third quarter was his 36th touchdown pass, breaking the 1971-73 record by Dave Jayn'es of Kansas. Humm also completed 15 consecutive throws, shattering the old mark of 14 by Jaynes. To break the monotony of the Humm to Westbrook show, John O'Leary scored twice on runs of one and five yards, Jeff Moran added two more on one and 10-yard jaunts and Tony Davis ripped into the Jayhawk line on a one-yard touchdown stab. Mike Coyle converted after all eight touchdowns. · Humm's best performance previously was against Army in 1972, when he connected on 14 of 18 passes. A crowd of 52,300 watched the Buskers even their records at 1-1 in the Big Eight and 4-2 overall. Kansas has identical marks. Princeton Rolls PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) -Walt Snickenberger rushed for 138 yards and three touchdowns to lead unbeaten Princeton to a 33-24 victory over Colgate Saturday. Snickenberger, who entered the game as the nation's ninth leading rusher, has tallied 100 yards or more in each of the Tigers' three victories and a tie. He carried 20 times Saturday and moved .from sixth to fourth on Princeton's career rushing list. Third-Ranked Michigan Jumps Wisconsin 24-20 MADISON, Wis. (AP) Scrambling Dennis Frankh passed for the go-ahead toucl down in the third quarter an directed a ball control offen to two fourth-period score leading third-ranked Michiga to a 24-20 Big Ten college foo ball victory over Wisconsin Sa urday. Tied 7-7 at halftime, the Wo verines drove 70 yards in plays to take the lead for go o n.an eight-yard pass fro Franklin to tight end Greg De Doer early in the third quarte Michigan's defense, ranke first in the Big Ten. held Wi consin to three scrimmag plays in the quarter. Fullback Chuck Heater ran : times for 101 yards, including 22-yard burst up the middle fi the Wolverines' first touchdow in the second quarter. Ken Starch rushed 15 timi for 89 yards for Wisconsi which lost All-Conference ta back Bill Marek with an appa ent leg injury midway in II first quarter. Reserve Gordon Bell gav Michigan a 21-7 lead with one-yard plunge on the secon play of the fourth quarter, ca ping a 62-yard, 16-play driv The score was set up by a 2 yard Franklin-fo-Jim Smi pass which carried to the Bad er 20 and a peronal foul pena ty which moved the ball to th seven. After a one-yard touchdow run by Badger freshman Mik Morgan made it 21-14, the Wo verines marched behind Franklin pass of 14 yards to G Chapman and a 21-yard pitc out to Bell to a clinching 3 yard field goal by Mike Lanlr with 3:25 left, wns in the third quarter with ornman scoring twice on runs four and seven yards and amuel dashing 35 yards for e other. Meanwhile, the Notre Dame ifense held Army without a ·st down in the first half and ave up only three in the third uarter before Irish Coach Ara araseghian began clearing his ench. SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) -Terry Diehl, an obscure tour rookie fighting for his playing life, fashioned another seven- under-par 65, set a season's record for the low 54 holes and swept into a four-stroke lead after Saturday's third round of the $125,000 San Antonio-Texas Open golf tournament. The 24-year-old Diehl, in danger of losing his Approved Players' card as a full-fledged member 'of the Professional Golfers' Association tour, had a three-round total of 198, a distant 18 under par on the 7,018 yard Woodlake Golf Club course. The best previous :hree-round score this season was 199, 14 under par, by Dave Stockton in the Greater Hartford Open. Diehl, with only $3,100 in winnings to show for a full season on the tour, came into this championship of the year--needing a good tournament to retain his playing rights. His performance will be reviewed following this event. The husky young man from Rochester, N.Y., surged into the lead with his 65 in Friday's second round and all but assured himself of another year's tour activity with his strong showing Saturday. Former Texas Open champion Mike Hill and rookie Gil Morgan shared second at 202. Morgan had a third-round 66 in mild, hazy weather and Hill a 68. Australian Bob Stanton, Roy Pace, veteran Dan Sikes and Al Geiberger, winner of the Sahara Open two weeks ago, followed at 204. Sikes had a 66, Pace 68, Geiberger and Stanton COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) --, Archie Griffin of Ohio Stale became the greatest rusher in Big Ten football history Saturday, grinding out 146 yards and two touchdowns and leading the top-ranked Buckeyes lo a 49 : 9 roul of Indiana. ' The junior tailback from Columbus, Ohio, now has 3,321 career yards, shattering the Big Ten record of 3,315 yards estab- lished by Purdue's Otis Armstrong two seasons ago. The 180-pound Gritli.i broke (lie mark with more lhan 11 minutes lo play. He was carried off the field by liis joyous teammates, still clutching the football. A sellout Ohio Stadium crowd of 87,671, second largest in the school's history, gave Griffin a standing ovation while the Late New Mexico Rally Knocks Off Wyoming LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) -- Defensive back Dob Johnson returned an interception 100 yards for a touchdown with 36 seconds left Saturday to sew up a 32-2i come-from-behind victory for New Mexico over Wyoming in Western Athletic Conference game. Johnson, a junior picked off the Rich Costello pass and rambled down the sideline after Wyoming had driven 75 yards to the New Mexico five-yard- line. At one point. New Mexico trailed 21-3 but Bob Haines, a junior college transfer making his first start on offense, scored a third-quarter touchdown on a 42-yard run, and set up another with a 26-yard dash to the Wyoming two-yard line in the fourth quarter. New Mexico scored three plays later on a pass from Steve Myer to Ken Lege, and Bob Berg, kicked the extra point to put New Mexico ahead 22-21. Berg, who had four field goals, kicked his last one with 2:32 to go. Wyoming's touchdowns came in the first half on a 17-yard pass from Costello to Doug Wilson, a five-yard run by Robbie Wright and a seven-yard aerial from Costello to tight end Walter Howard. Myer hit on 13 of 30 passes for 146 yards. Costello completed 21 of 37 for 231 yards, but only six of those completions came in the second half when Wyoming's offense faltered. Haines, who had played cpr- nerback in the Lobos' first five games, gained 150 yards on 20 carries and picked up all ex cept 19 yards in the second half. The Lobos now are 2-3-1 and 2-1 in the WAC. Wyoming fell to 1-5 and 0-3 in the conference. iiickeycs mobbed liltn on the sidelines. _ · · ·Meanwhile, quarterback Cornelius Green engineered he Buckeyes to their sixth straight victory of this season, p r o l o n g i n g their 'unbeaten streak to 17 games! Indiana for o 1-5. Greene piled up 330 tolal yards, running for one touchdown and passing for two olli ers as the Buckeyes pushed :heir Big Ten record to 3-0. Indiana, now 1-3 in the conference, never challenged the Buckeyes after Ohio State scored the first three times it had the ball for a 21-0 lead ir the first 12. rhinulcs. Griffin darted 20 and 12 yards for the first two Ohio State touchdowns.' Greene squirmed 19 yards for one touchdown and passed 53 yards to Dave Hazel and eighl yards to Brian BaschnogeL Ohio State's alternating full backs, Pete Johnson and Har old Henson, hammered o'm yard apiece for the other touch downs. Indiana's, lone points came in the second quarter on a 46-yan field goal by Frank Stavrof and a one-yard touchdown mi by Nick Barnes in the closini seconds in the final period. Player Farmed Out DETROIT (AP) -- The De troit Red Wings of the Nationa Hockey League assigned lef winger Blair Stewart to thei: Virginia farm club for twi weeks to play himself back int shape. Stewart, 21, suffered a leg in jury in an auto mishap Aug. 17 three weeks before the start o the Wings' training camp. North Texas Slips Past New Mexico DENTON, Tex. (AP) -- uarterback Ken Washington an and passed for a pair of ouchdowns to lead the North exas State Mean Green to its rst Missouri Valley Confer- nce victory of the year Satur- ay with a 24-19 drubbing of 'lew Mexico State. The New Mexico State Aggies umped on the Scoreboard with . first quarter score on a one- ard run by fullback John Por- aski. North Texas roared back in he second period with a 24- i»ard field goal by Lee Harring- on and a nine-yard run by Vashington. The Mean Green added an- jther touchdown in the third luarter on a fake field goal at- empt by quarterback Tony T ord at the Aggie ten-yard line. ord took the snap and tossed he ball to John Brown in the end zone. The final score for North Texas, which now has a conference record of 1-2- 1 and an overall total of 1-4-1, came on a 3-yard scoring pass by Washi- Defending champion Ben Crenshaw had to scramble for a 67 and was seven shots behind at 205. PGA champion Lee Trevino, the pre-tourney favorite, had 69--207. "I came here this week with the idea it's do or die," Diehl said. "I figured I had everything to win and nothing to lose. I shot 73 to qualify for the tournament. I feel I'm fortunate just to be in the field. I hate to think what would have happened if I had missed. "I'm lucky. "With that background, I'll just go out and play as hard as I can tomorrow. Sure, there's pressure in a situation like this. Anybody who said there wasn't a lot of pressure would be lying." He 'didn't let it bother him this Indian Summer day. He missed only one green, didn't make a bogey and got maximum mileage out of his putter. "I was making so many 20- footers ,1 was about ready to excuse myself," he said. In all, he made four from about that distance. The first came on the third hole. He scored from 12 feet on he next one, made another 20- ooter for a third consecutive birdie on the fifth hole and dropped still another 20-footer on the eighth. The fourth long putt went lome on the 13th. He reached ;he par-five 14th in two and two-putted, then closed it out with a punched short iron to five feet on the 16th hole for his seventh birdie of the day. Cliif Richer Wins Aussie Indoor Crown SIDNEY, Australia (AP)-Cliff Richcy upset second-seeded Ken losewell in the semifinals"of :he $75.000 Australian indoor .eimis championships Saturday. The 27-year-old American, seeded sixth, bested his 39-year- old Australian opponent 7-6,.5-7, 0-1. ' : ' ; Richcy will meet lop-seeded John Newcombe in Sunday's'.fi- nal. Newcombe delealcd his :loubles partner and close friend, Tony Roche. 4-6, 6-1. 6-1. The slocky. sandy-haired Richey has beaten Rosewall only once before, four years ago. "It was hard going," he said. "I thought he had me early in the third set, but \yheri I won the second game it kept me in the match." Uichey battled to a 7-4 tiebreaker to take (he first set and led Rosewall 5-3 in .the second set. But the Australian recovered smartly and took the set 7-5. He then swept info"a 2-0 lead in the third set when he broke Richey's service. But Richey came back with two winners and went ahead. Rosewall then faultered on 'a series of forehand errors. V After Newcombe lost the first set to Roche, he rode a .big .serve to victory in the next two. He broke Roche's 'service three times in the second set .and repeatedly set up winning volleys with clever'lobbing. The top-seeded Australian who is co-promoter of this championship, i s '· heavily favored to take the 510,000 top prize in Sunday's final. ' 521-3521 OPEN DAILY 9-9; CLOSED SUNDAY ,MON.,TUE.,WED. ngton to verest. wide receiver Andy THE LEADERS FREE CHANGEOVER Any tires which have been mounted by Kmart will be taken off anil replaced wi snow tires. 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