Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 4, 1974 · Page 15
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Wednesday, September 4, I9t4 (ARK.) STAR Page SB * Offensive Guards for Bobcats Donnie Bobo may be Sensational GO CATS GO! WE'RE BACKING THE BOBCATS ALL THE WAY!! THE LIFE AGENCY, INC. 118 So. Main Hope-777-3481 OFFENSIVE GUARDS — Front row (1-r) are Larry Huff, Junior, Mike Powell, Senior, Jim Rhodes, Senior, Larry Gross, Senior, and Jim Johnson, Junior. Back row (1-r) are John Johnson, Junior, Darrell Flowers, Sophomore, Tracy Comer, Sophomore, Tom Waters, Senior, Dean Butler, Junior, and Steve Cox, Junior. Sports In Brief By HARRY KING Associated Press Writer LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Arkansas high school football fans who missed Graylon Wyatt of Texarkana last year will get another chance. At least, there is a fascimile of Wyatl lurking in Atkins under the name of Donnie Bobo. "They look alike when they're running the football," said Leon Anderson, who coaches Bobo at Atkins and helped coach Wyatt in the recent all-star football game. "Bobo has tremendous acceleration and quickness afoot," Anderson said. "He has that ability to cut at full speed. He's no bruising power runner, but he has the unbelievable ability to run through tackles. "A player may be starting to go in for a tackle and he has already passed him," Anderson said. Wyatt, a member of The Associated Press Super Team in 1973, is headed for the University of Texas. Anderson believes Bobo is also a bigtime prospect. Bobo, who averaged eight yards a carry while rushing for more than 1,200 yards last year, is almost 6-foot-l and weighs 180 pounds. He's one of the reasons Atkins is picked to win District 3A and be a contender for the Class A championship. Atkins had a 9-2 record last year. "We could be just as good or we could go 5-4 at the drop of a hat," Anderson said. "We play four AA schools and the best Class B team in the state—Danville." Fullback Carl McClendon, a 190-pounder, and quarterback Ronald Anderson should take some of the load off Bobo. Both started last year. Here is a look at the races in other Class A districts: 1A—Berryville is usually the pick and 1974 is no different. The Bobcats have 17 lettermen returning, including eight defensive and nine offensive starters. Fullback Bob Gustin is the key offensively. Gravette appears to be the top challenger. 2A—Booneville, led by halfback Bruce Ray, is expected to Quarterbacks to lead Cats By The Associated Press GOLF ATLANTA - Jack Nicklaus, with five holes to play, held a two-stroke lead over J.C. Snead as rain postponed play of the $250,000 Tournament Players Championship until Monday. RIDGEWOOD, N.J. — Jerry Pate came from behind' to post a 2-and-l decision over John Grace in the 36-hole match play finals of the U.S. Amateur Golf Championship. WENTWORTH, England — England's Maurice Bembridge carded a final round 64, for a 72-hole of 278, and won the $70,000 Viyella Professional Golfers Association Championship by one shot over Peter Oosterhuis. SHOW THEM HOW IT'S DONE BOBCATS BEATASHDOWN DEAN'S FRIENDSHIP INN 1-30 HWY 29 NORTH TENNIS FOREST HILLS, N.Y. — Top-seeded Jimmy Connors moved into the third round with a 6-1, y-3, 6-3 victory over Ove Bengstson and top-seeded Chris Evert led the women into the quarter-finals of the U.SM Open Tennis Championships with a 62. 6-2 triumph over Patti Hogan. Earlier Pancho Gonzales of Las Vegas, Nev., won the Grand Masters tennis title beating Torben Ulrich of Sweden, 64, 6-2. AUTO RACING ONTARIO, Calif. — Brian Redman averaged 115.213 miles an hour over the Ontario Motor Speedway track and went on to record an easy 26-second victod ry over Mario Andretti in the California Grand Prix. HORSE RACING ., PHILADELPHIA — Master I Derby, $15.80, came out of the pack with 50 yards to go to capture the $105,000 Kindergarten Stakes at Liberty Bell by a half-length over Gallant Bob. CHICAGO — Hot N Nasty, $2.80, led all the way to capture Arlington Park's $107,310 Lassie Stakes by two lengths over Sharm A Sheikh. GENERAL INDIANAPOLIS — Robert W. Bunselmeier, 27, Cincinnati . race car driver, died in an Indianapolis hospital of injuries suffered Friday night in a sprint car race. TALLADEGA, Ala. (AP) — Defending American Motorcycle Association Grand National Champion, Ken Roberts, defeated teammate Don Castro to win the Talledega Motorcycle Classic Sunday. Roberts of Modesto, Calif., averaged 111 miles per hour to outrun Castro, of Hollister, Calif., at the Alabama International Motor Speedway. Roberts and Castro rode Yamahas. QUARTERBACKS — Front row (1-r) are Charles Jester, Sophomore, Bruce Huddleston, Sophomore, and Edwin Connelly, Sophomore. Back row (L-r) are James Robinson, Senior, Jim Byrd, Junior, and Mark Harris, Junior. repeal as conference champion. Ray was an all-district and all- state choice last year. Greenwood will make a strong bid with quarterback Donnie Sand* ifler. 4A—Prescott went 13-0 and won the Class A championship in 1973. The Curley Wolves rate high in the district with quarterback Tom Spearman and tailback Clark Morman. 5A—Strong is the choice with 10 offensive and 9 defensive starters from last year's 7-2-1 team. Charles McHenry and James Furlow are keys to the offense. Middle linebacker Nickcy Smith is the ringleader on defense. 6A-Risen, which won 10 games last year, should be stronger offensively and slightly weaker on defense. Dermont, Gould, Grady and Delta Central—the other members of the conference- will be competitive. 7A—Barton was beaten in the Class A playoffs by Rison last year and could be in the playoffs again with the likes of fullback Bennie Bogan and split end James Wells. Bogan gained more than 1,200 yards last year. Das A-C should be the .strongest contender. 8A—Earle won the 3A-East title and should have similar success in 8A. Michael Forest was the outstanding back in the district last year and is back. He doubles as an excellent linebacker. Parkin, with help at linebacker and in the kicking game, could be a threat. 9A—Lopmento is the favorite in this new district with 1 offensive and 8 defensive starters returning from a team that went 8-2. Quarterback Jackie Cypress is extremely quick and is a good passer. Nettleon, Turrell and Luxora are experienced teams. 10A—A wide-open race with Corning, Walnut Ridge, Highland and Piggott in contention. Both Walnut Ridge and Hoxie will field extremely large Class A teams. 11 A—McCrory reached the finals of the Class A playoff last year and Coach Joe Hart says the Jaguars should be about the same this year. End Billy Brown is an all-state candidate. 12A—Mountain View tied for second in its district last year and could be a winner this time around. David Bangs is a topnotch receiver and quarterback Phillip Dobbins will be doing the throwing. Clinton, led by guard-linebacker Don Henderson and two-way and Billy Tomlinson, cannot be overlooked. Here is a look at the races in the Class B conferences: OZARK CONFERENCE— Farmington has not lost a foot- ball game since its: Bill Cooper and Wesley slevensf should keep things going, Coop^s er rushed for 1,242 yards andg scored 19 touchdowns last yeafS while Stevens gained i ( 155E yards and also scored 19 touch-« downs. § ARKANSAS CONFER*! ENCE- Danville is the defend*! ing champion and the word is«3 the Little Johns may be readyS to step up to the state title.£} Hugh Parker has 20 lettermenS returning including all-state;* candidates Kenneth Gilkey, Jackie Phillips and Leo Hoi- stfiin. 0 U A C H I T A C 0 N / FERENCE-Mountain Pine only lost three seniors via4 graduation and is expected to?i repeat as conference champion,; s Middle linebacker Billy Lillard is considered a college prospect. CRESCENT DRUG 225 S Main 777-3424 COME ON- c T S TOUCH DOWN! CROW-BURLINGAMECO. 415 So. Walnut SI. Hope 777-3403 DUQUOIN, 111. (AP) ry Hartman has inched closer to Norm Nelson for the lead in the U.S. Auto Club point standings by capturing the National Championship stock car race at the DuQuoin State Fair. Hartman, driving a Dodge, finished the 100-mile race Sunday in slightly more than an hour with an average speed of 90.248 miles per hour. Nelson, of Racine, Wis., was second in Dodge. Terry Ryan, driving a Chevrolet, was third. Hartman's win gave him $7,105 of the $29,607 purse and 250 points toward the national championship. Nelson remains in first place in the standings with 2,890 points. BOBCATS WE'RE BEHIND YOU 100% JNGO SAW SERVICE COMPLETE REPAIRS ON All MAKES 400N.HAZEI 777-25W * * * 4 * * HOLD THAT LINE BOBCATS GOOD LUCK * * * * * * * 4 * * * * WE KNOW YOU CAN DO IT BUTANE GAS CO. CHESTER MAY, OWNER 401 SO. WAI-NUT HOP*, ARK. V**## *#**»***#*#********** HOI?! Best Wishes For A Winning Season From Your "Backers" At MEMBER F.D.I.C. NATIONAL BANK OF MOPE

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