The Paris News from Paris, Texas on November 18, 1979 · Page 25
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 25

Paris, Texas
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Sunday, November 18, 1979
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Tlw Port* N«w>, Sun., Nov. It. 1*79 9B 'Jam' rushes for 4 TDs in 35-10 Texas victory AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Sophomore A.J. "Jam" Jones slashed for four touchdowns — two on split-second pitchouts from quarterback Donnie Little — as sixth- ranked Texas defeated Texas Christian 35-10 in Southwest Conference play Saturday. Little also scored on a one- yard dive as the Longhorns raised their record to 8-1 and stayed in the thick of the major bowl picture. TCU dropped to 2-7-1 for the season. Jones, the nation's No. 15 rusher, scored on runs of 3,5, 4 and 3 yards. Jones, a 200- pounder, finished with 127 yards on 20 carries and caught two passes for 32 . yards. Intermittent rain had little effect on Little, who guided Texas to a 28-0 lead in just over a quarter before leaving the game for good with sore ankles. The Horned Frogs scored in the second quarter on a 27- yard pass from quarterback Steve Stamp to Phillip Epps and on a 23-yard field goal in the fourth quarter by Greg Porter. Without yttle, the Texas offense sputtered without a score until freshman Rick Mclvor took the Longhorns 80 yards for their fifth touchdown. Jones scored from the 3. A 53-yard punt return by all-America safety Johnnie Johnson set up Jones' second touchdown for Texas, which led 28-7 at the half, and a Johnson interception at the Longhorn 37 triggered the march for Jones' third TD plunge. Jones four touchdown runs and 24 points tied a single TURNING POINT — Ohio State linemen Mike D'Andrea (96) and Jim Laughlin (5) put the rush on Michigan punter Bryan Virgil in fourth quarter of Saturday's game at Ann Arbor. The kick was blocked and the ball was taken by OUS's Todd Bell for a touchdown and set the Buckeyes up for a 1815 victory. (AP Laserphoto) Buckeyes grab Rose Bowl berth ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Ohio State's Jim Laughlin and Ben Lee blocked a SMU routs Tech through air, 35-10 IRVING," Texas (AP) — Southern Methodist quarterback Jim Bob Taylor rifled a record-tying four touchdown passes, three of them to All-America wide receiver Emanuel Tolbert Saturday, and the Mustangs routed Texas Tech 35-10 in a Southwest Conference game. Taylor threw three of his scoring passes in a 28-point second quarter explosion which was highlighted by Dick Blaylock's 64-yard punt return fora touchdown. The scoring passes tied an SWC record held by 18 other players who did it 20 times. Tolbert caught touchdown passes of 21,13, and 13 yards, and Gary Smith snared a 42- yard scoring bomb off Taylor's suddenly accurate arm. Tolbert now holds the all- time SWC reception record at 25. SMU is now 5-5 for the year and 3-4 in SWC play as the Mustangs beat the Red East Carolina swamps NTSU r-nnA nuarter Raiders for the first time in eight years. Tech is 3-5-2 for the year and 2-4-1 in the league. Tech was hampered by the absence of right cornerback Larry Flowers and free safety Ted Watts, who along with two reserve offensive linemen, were benched for the game by Coach Rex Dockery for missing curfew Friday night. The landslide started after place kicker Bill Adams' 23- yard field goal gave Tech a 30 first quarter lead. The Red Raiders scored a consolation touchdown with 36 seconds left on a five-yard P 858 f rom quarterback Jim James gained 93 yards on 12 carries to lead the ground game. SMU scored the first four times it got the ball in the second quarter as the Red Raiders, with freshman quarterbacks Hart and Mark James at the controls, failed to mount an offensive. SMU kept the ball on the ground after Tolbert caught his third touchdown pass with 10:34 to play in the third fourth-quarter punt attempt by Michigan's Bryan Virgil and Buckeye Todd Bell scooped it up and ran it in for a touchown to give Ohio State an 18-15 victory and the Big Ten football championship Saturday. Michigan jumped to a surprising 7-6 halftime lead over No. 2 Ohio State when quarterback John Wangler connected with fleet freshman wide receiver Anthony Carter for a 59-yard touch- game record for Texas. Defensive end Tim Campbell blocked a TCU punt, but Mclvor fumbled at the Horned Frog 12 to spoil a late scoring bid by Texas. The Longhorns also lost a scoring opportunity just before halftime when No. 2 quarterback Herkie "Walls threw an interception in the TCU end zone. Walls also fumbled a punt, and Mclvor directed the Texas offense for most of the second half. Texas benefited from good field position as Ricky Churchman recovered a fumble by Jimmy Allen at the TCU 3 to set up Jones' first touchdown. The Longhorns marched 48 yards for Little's touchdown run after a 16-yard punt return by Walls. Johnson's long punt return to the TCU 11 set up the third score, as Texas took a 21-0 first quarter lead. Texas increased its lead to 28-0 on a 63-yard drive with Jones sprinting for 32 yards and Rodney Tate for 20. Jones scored from the 4 with 12:36 remaining in the. second period. Two crucial penalties — one for holding on a punt and another for off sides on a third-down sack of Stamp — aided TCU's 91-yard drive for its first score late in the second period. Texas Christian drove 82 yards for Porter's field goal early in the fourth quarter, but did not threaten again as Texas ran 14 plays and consumed nearly half of the final period on its final scoring drive of 80 yards. Brooks Dawson of Texas- El Paso accounted for 304 yards by,both passing and rushing in one period of a 1968 football game with Brigham Young. AAMCO ONE DAT Sf BVICE InMotl Cam" e lowing 1 9 point multl-cHack — rood**** t 80O AAMCO^BntBr itt to coatt and Canado- 7731 N. Main (214)781-8433 of 42,226 looking on. Huskers rip Iowa th r-nn nuaer GREENVILLE, N.C (AP) c, 1 "' began Te Pirate's .Hart to Anthony Hutchison. "Saof t* 1 " who threw three scoring touchdowns, as the Pirates swamped North Texas State, 49-16, Saturday in college football. North Texas State led by 13-7 at the end of the first quarter. Eagle halfback Malcolm Jones scored the first touchdown of the game after Paul Nance recovered a Pirate fumble. East Carolina came back with a 63-yard touchdown by Anthony Collins, but the Eagles moved in front again after an 85-yard touchdown rjassbv Jones. game with a 78-yard touchdown pass. The Pirates moved into a solid lead with an 80-yard touchdown by Theodore Sutton. North Texas State's Whit Smith put the Eagles on the board for the last time with a field goal to make the score. 21-16. The second half belonged to the Pirates, with Collins scoring an 87-yard touchdown in the third quarter. Green passed to Billy Ray Washington to make the' score 42-16 on the first play after Collins' touchdown. SMU Coach Ron Meyer mercifully yanked Taylor with 3:19 left in the third quarter after he had completed 11 of 22 passes for 205 yards. Freshman Layne Walker took over. It was the most points of the year scored on the Rd Raiders, who had not lost to SMU since 1971. The SMU defense held 1,000-yard gainer James Hadnot to only 41 yards on 14 carries, his lowest rushing total of the year. Freshman tailback Craig LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska quarterback Jeff Quinn connected with tight end Junior Miller for two touchdowns and fullback Andra Franklin rammed two yards for a touchdown, leading the third-ranked Cornhuskers to a 34-3 triumph Saturday over Iowa State. _ .,., .... The victory by Nebraska set up a Big Eight con- ference championship showdown next week with Oklahoma, with the Corn- buskers owning a 6-0 league record. A 22-yard field goal with 1:37 left by Iowa State's Alex Giffords deprived Nebraska, 10-0, of its fourth shutout. Ignited by Quinn, who was .makinft only his EeconcVstart of 'the year, N6brasKa exploded for 25 points in the second quarter. in the second quarter. The Buckeyes stayed in the game as Vlade Janakievski booted second- quarter field goals of 23 and 25 yards. Then, on their first possession of the second half, the Buckeyes marched 51 yards in 13 plays, capped by an 18-yard touchdown strike from sophomore quarterback Art Schlichter to Chuck Hunter. Michigan bounced right back, though, taking the ensuing' Vartwtt and mmr- ching 80 yards in seven plays ' — the key being a 66-yard toss from Wangler to Carter. •Tt L *_shanKA»*>» TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS | FOR YOUR PATRONAGE THIS YEAR. WE ARE NOW CLOSED FOR THE WINTER SEASON Watch For Our Reopening In The Spring Of Next Year Best Wishes And Happy Holidays John & Pat Toppings JOHN'S PLACE .At LMIW Point On P»t May** Laka Sears 27% to 30% off Hydraulic jacks 788 4 IHton Regular $10.88 SALE Family game tables Heavy-duty steel. Delivers full power in upright or side position. $16.99. 3-ton jack .... 11.88 $19.99, 5-ton jack .... 13.88 Sale ends November 24 AUTO CENTER OPEN 7:30 AMTIL 6:00 PM $ 20 OFF AM/FM-stereo with cassette OILS-track doshmato Pool table* dcluxed and fUHcmbled at additional cost SAVE $ 150 8-ft. Briarwood IV slate bed table LAY-A-WAY FOR CHRISTMAS NOW Precision ground and polished slate bed gives table consistent playing characteristics over entire surface. High-speed automatic ball return Full profile molded rubber cushions. Sturdy all- Regular $659 A. $3 off on Sears digital clock. Reg. $19.99 Sale ends November 24 B. $30 off Speed control. Reg. $99.99 Sale end« November 24 C. $1 off Sears trouble light. Reg. $4.99 Sale ends November 24 D. All-weather 10W-30 motor oil. Quart. E. $10 off 10 amp battery charger. Reg. $39.99 Sale- ends November 24 F. $4 off 12-ft. booster cables. Reg. $12.99 Sale ends November 24 G. $10 off timing light. Reg. $39.99 Sale endH December 1 H. $6 off 8-test auto analyzer. Reg. $34.99 Sale end* December 1 Closeout $9.99 Heavy Duty Plus shocks Limited Quantities 16" 69" Professional Insinuation Available for Stereo Components and Systems Regular *99.99. Balance and full-range tone controls. Cassette with fast-forward and automatic stop. 8-Track has channel selector and indicator lights. $49.99 Jenson coaxial speakers 39.99 pair Sale enda December 1 Ask about SearsCharge Plans 7Q99 m -^ each 29" 29" S 88 S45B 8-ft. Brlarwood IV honeycomb bed pool table t|S9 Available by Special Order SAVE $ 20 on playback table tennis table Regular (99.99 7999 Sanitarium Guartinlml i>r Your Monry «•><•* Particle board top is %-in. thick for lively ball action. Steel aprons help prevent warping. Self-opening legs. 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Fits over 90% of American-made cars. Any additional parts, if needed, extra. We'll electronically spin balance front wheels. Set caster/camber and toe-in/toe-out Most American cars. 19" SAVE 10 % on custom wheels Save on dramatic bolt - on customizing. For most .^^_. American - made SpSal vehicles - Qj-der Sal* end* December 22 For pickups, van», RVn Sears Where America shops for \falue DtAIU. »OnuCK AND CO. Satis/action Guaranteed or Your Money Back Free Storeside Parking lOSSClarksville 785-1621 Mon^Tues., Wed. Fri., Sat 9:00 to 6 Thur8.9:00to9

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