Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 27, 1974 · Page 19
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 19

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Sunday, October 27, 1974
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Baggett, Baes Score Twice Each Trojans Top Purdue EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- Quarterback Charlie Bagi-ctt and tailback Uich Bnus scored two touchdowns apiece Saturday, giving M i c h i g a n State a 31-7 Big Ten college football Victory over Purdue. Three of the Spartan touchdowns were set up by long runs by fullback Levi Jackson, who rushed for more than 100 yards. Michigan State .picked off two passes by Boilermaker quarterback Mark Vitali, setting up additional scores. Both teams had given up more than 20 points a game go- ing Into the contest and moved the ball consistently against the others' defense in the first half. But while Michigan State repeatedly broke the long play, Purdue was grinding out tedious and unsuccesful drives. When Vitali went more often to the air In the second h a l f , the P u r d u e offense broke down completely. Star receiver Larry Bui'ton was shutoff by the MSU secondary. Baes scored the first opening- period . t o u c h d o w n of the year for Michigan Stale from five yards out. and the Spartans' 'irst interception moments later set up a 40-yard field goal by Hans Nielsen. Purdue retaliated with a 17- iilay, 72-yard drive with Vilali hitting Hary Santini with a six yard pass for the score. But Michigan Slate rebounded to score again in just six plays on a 17-yard ramble by Baggelt. MSU Is now 3-3-1 over-all and 2-1-1 in nig Ten play, while Purdue dropped to 2-4-1 and 1-3 in the conference. Georgia Tech Knocks Tulane From Unbeaten Ranks By IU In Atlantic Coast Conference Showdown Norlhwett Arkaruat TIMES, Sun.. Od. 27, 1974 rAVETTEVILLE," ARKANIAf 9*. Maryland Terps Slither Past Ho. 17 North Carolina COLLEGE PARK, Md. ( A P ) -- 'Lou Carter ran (or 180 yards and scored a loiulh-quartcr Forward Recalled ST. LOUIS (AP) --The SI. Louis Blues ot the National Hockey L(.'iig«e recalled ior- warcl Ken Ricluirclson From Iheir Denver Spurs farm club, it was announced Saturday. Ilichardson, 23, played in nine games for Denver, scoring 11 points with seven goals and fou i 1 assists. touchdown following a Maryland pass interception, leading the ISth-ranked Tcrps to a 20-10 victory over No. 17 North Carolina Slate in an Atlantic Coast Conference football game Saturday. Maryland solidified its ACC lead with a 4 0 record while State, last year's champion, lost for the second time in six league starts. Leading 13-10 after Steve Mike-Mayer's second field goal in the third quarter, the Terps got a chance for a clinching TD when safety Bob .Smith inter- Socs-pr Victory LONDON ( A P ) -- Steve Ilcigliway's goal in the 77lli m i n u t e gave first, place Liverpool a 1-0 victory Saturday over Leeds United, defending champion in the English Soccer League. Liverpool took a one-point lend in the First Division over Manchester City, which was held to a 1-1 draw at Ipswich. cepled a Dave Duckcy pass at the start of the f i n a l period. Quarterback Bob Avellinl, who ran 30 yards tor a second? quarter Maryland score, then passed 35 yards to Alan Bloo- mingdalo for a first down on the State eight. Two plays later, Carter scored from the six. The Wolfpack went ahead 3-0 on John Huff's 23-yard field fjoal after recovering a Carter fumbje on the Maryland 10 in the first quarter. Avellini's 30-yard run put th« Terps ahead 7-3 and Mike-Mayer added a 22-yard field goal with one minuto remaining In the first halt after Carter had gained 55 yards on the drive. Buckey's one-yard pass to B.J. Lyttlc, following a 46-yard- er to' twin brother Don Buckey, pulled Stale to a 10-10 tie early in the third quarter. But Mary» land came right back to go ahead Tor keeps at 13-10 on goal. 'i.; · ATLANTA (AP) -- Rudy Allen engineered three first-half (coring drives Saturday as Georgia Tech knocked Tulane from the unbeaten ranks 27-7 in a regionally Iclevised college football game. Allen, who saw no aclion ·tier being injured in the closing minute of the first half, scored Tech's first touchdown on a two-yard run and sparked two other drives that produced field goals of 29 and 33 yards by Danny Smith. Allen completed five of six passes for 89 yards and added 'SI yards on five attempts. Tulane, ranked 18th nationally, had won five straight games this year and was islight favorite to down Tech in Atlanta for the first time in 41 years. Tulane's only score came In the opening period, a two-yard run by Steve Trucling after a 54-yard kickoft return by Mar tin Mitchell. Tech, now 4-4 put the game away with 8:40 remaining on a one-yard quarterback kcepei by Danny Myers (hat capped a 33-yard drive. The drive, all. on the ground, started after Eddie Porter intercepted a pass. Tulane. trailing 13-7, marcher, from its 17 to the Tech 13 earlj in the third quarter behind the passing of Steve Folcy, who lef the game with an ankle injurj while absorbing an .'11-yard los: to Ihe 21. II forced an errant 41 yard field goal try by David Falgousl. Opportunistic Renn State Knocks Off West Virginia . MORGANTOWN, W. Va. ;(AP) - Opportunistic Pcnn Slate converted a pair of West Virginia errors into louch- 'downs. including Ihe game-clincher by Ron Coder, and the 10th ranked Niltany Lions downed the* determined Mountaineers 21-12 Saturday in a : Wisconsin Trips Tenacious Indiana BLOOMMINGTON. ind. CAP '.~- Fullback Ken Starch and tailback Mike Morgan each powered for a pair of touchdowns as Wisconsin fought back tenacious Indiana, 35-25, Saturday in a Big Ten football ·game. Wisconsin scored three of the -first four times it had the ball and on its first possession in the second half as Starch and Morgan helped build a 28-12 lead. Indiana took the opening ·kickoff anrl marched from its 'own IB-yard line to Wisconsin's 28 before the Badgers recovered a fumble by Courtney Sny- .der, the Big Ten's leading rush- ,er before the game. battle of college football inde pendents. Pcnn Slate, 6-1. converted unified snap into the game's irst score only three minulcs into the first period. Then, leading 14-6 in the Ihir quarler, Pcnn Slate turned an error of its own into the clinch ing touchdown. Halted at the West Virgin! five, Penn State saw a 27-yarc John Reihner field goal atlcmp blocked. But when the bouncing football hit a West Virginia player in the end /.one. Coder alertly recovered for a Lion touchdown. Penn State, dominating the line of scrimmage, needed less than three minutes to lake a lead it never lost. The Lions forced a West Virginia punt on the Mountaineers' first possession. When Bcrnie Kirchner fumbled the snap, Penn State recovered at the Mountaineer 35. Three plays later, quarterback Tom Shuman threw a 30 yard scoring pass lo Jerry Jera m. Penn State extended its lead to M-6 early in the second period, using 12 plays lo drive 89 yards. Duanc Taylor roared through an immense hole to score from cighl yards out. wif Guide October--Notional Restaurant Month Tim's Pizza with Schlitz Town Country Restaurant Open 24 Mrs.--7 Days Wk. Hwy. 71 S. (Old Puncik* HauMl 521-6685 HI. 1 Jolimon Rd. Foyetlevilte, Ark. BB BAR-B-QUE (3 Blocks Soufh ot Ozark Theater on 71 By Pass) Dining Rooms, Carry-Out, Sandwiches We Cater Large and Small Groups, Too! Ph. 442-9674 11-9 Weekdays, 11-10 p.m. Fri-Sat.-Sun.--Closed Tucs. Closed Mem, at 3 p.m. Venesicm Inn Hwy. 68 West -- Tontitown Open 4-9 (Closed Sunday) BankAmericard -- Mailer Charii, CHICKEN HOUSE Serving The World's Finest Fried Chicken · Hwy. 71 N. Sprhigdalc fllarty Marys COACHMAN RESTAURANT 1212 N. College Colonial Village Meet your friends at the COACHMAN RESTAURANT TUBS., thru Sat., 5 p.m. til 10p.m. Sunday, II a.m. til 3 p.m. CHINESE anrl rleUrimn . . , STEAKS SHRIMPS Open 5-9:30 P.M. Closed Sunday Monday 112 North -- Bring the Family and Dine In Comfort at the Breakfast 6:30-10:30 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 2 09 SCOTTISH , INNS 4 W A L - M A R T master charge BANKAMERICARO. ivwxmie new WAL-MART DISCOUNT C Wi SELL FOR LESS WAL-MART Discount City l POIICY i* *n trnion. an odirillird Ml . Wal-ITla'i «j[[ innf a Pain C QI -111 irll y o u o jlnllai llrm at a THflNX YOU IO* SHOPPING M Southgate Shopping Center C J Check Wal-fTlart For fill Your Candies TOOTSIE ROLL POPS Brach's IndVidual Packets JELLYBEANS PARTY SUPPLIES Black Cat Decoration._.._--._-- 87* Napkins..... Paper Plates _ _ _ _ Ha Ho ween Flashlight.......... _ _ _ 1O Inch Or 8 Inch CflRRYING PUmPKlNS .arge capacity to carry your candy In. A asbol- ite must for the real trick ortreater. 8" IO" 48 C 74 ( .Jweet Savings For You Ht Wol-fflc Wax Chewing Gum · TONGUES · FUNNY FACES · FANGS · MUSTACHIOS YOUR CHOICE Halloween Trick or Treat Bags each Traditional HflLLOWEEN b ~ COSTUfTlES Clawing colors and smailly designed costumes vrfth full face- mask*. Eve»yone's favorite! Brilliant colors for safe day or night Tffck 'n Treating. Popular holiday favorites! fill fabrics flame retarded, Hlade of Tuff'n Silte" vinyl. Choose fiom witch, monster, fafiy, skeleton, clown 01 devil. Sliei: Small C4-6), fTledlum (fi-lO), Large (12-U) Your Choice FflVORITE TV CHARACTERS CUSTOfTlES Famous Names!) Costumes ai« (ecognlzed and known by every child across the oun- Kij. Top quality costumes with lull fae* masks. All fabrics flame retarded. Fabric made of Tuff 'n Brlte vinyl and rauon taffeta. 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