Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 4, 1974 · Page 18
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 4, 1974
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HOPE (ARK.) STAR Bobcat Offensive Tackles Wednesday, September 4* i&f4 Hope Bobcat First String Offense OFFENSIVE TACKLES — Front row (1-r) are Ricky Bennett, Sophomore, Brian Cox, Sophomore, Tom Floras, Senior, Rusty Cole, Senior, and Larry Coffee, Sophomore. Back Sports hi Brief row (1-r) are Jay Rowe, Sophomore, Mike Barnes, Sophomore, Eugene Tyree, Senior, Larry Butler, Senior, and David Stevenson, Sophomore. FIRST TEAM OFFENSE — Front row (1-r) are Jimmy Williams, Junior, Larry Butler, Senior, Mike Powell, Senior, Mike Butler, Senior, Jim Rhodes, Senior, Rusty Cole, Senior, and Clay O'Steen, Senior. Back row (1- r) are Bobby Jones, Sophomore, Leonard Brown, Junior, Willard Willmon, Senior, Jud Martindale, Senior, Larry Johnson, Senior, and James Robinson, Senior. I 1974 Southwest Conference Schedule (Loco! Starting Times, Daylight and Standard) 1974 Schedule THRICE RIVtiRS, Que. (AP) — Tom Klausler of Chicago won the 125,000 Grand Prix for FormuJa Atlantic cars. Forty- five drivers from North America and Europe entered the 150- mile, 60-lap race, staged around the .streets of the city. About 40,000 spectators lined the 2.5-mile course. MARKHAM, Ont. (AP) —' The U.S. team of Jamie Mann, Sue Vanderhyden, Patrick Rice and Brad Hooker won the Nations Cup at the Canadian junior international horse show Sunday. The Americans had a team total of only four faults in winning the trophy for the second time since the competition began in 1969. DAYTON, "Ohio (AP) George Henley and his hydroplane Pay-N-Pak won the unlimited hydroplane competition at "Hydroglobe "74" Sunday at . Eastwood I-ake. Miss Budweiser, piloted by Howie Benns of Grand Island, N.Y., was second and Country .Boy, driven by Salt Walther, also an Indianapolis 500 competitor, was third. SEASON OPENS SEPT 6 LETS GO CATS! WE'RE BOOSTING YOU ALL THE WAY! JAMES GAINES USED CARS INC W. 3d HOPE, ARK. September 7 Houston @ Arizona State, 7::IO pm September 14 USC @ Arkansas <LR). 7:M |.m Baylur @ Oklahoma, 2 pm 8MU ff North Texns 7:30 imi ,T«xa» Hi Boston CollcKe, 7;30 pm Clemson © Texns A&M, I pm UT Arlington (a TCU, 7:30 pm Iowa SUU @ Texns Tech, 7 -.30 pm Houston @ Rice, 7 :SO pm September 21 Okh. BUt* ® Al'knmas (LK), 7:86 pm Baylor @ Missouri, 2 pm Vlrrlnl* Tech ® SMU, 2 pm -Wyoming ft Texas, 7:00 pm •T«uu AMI @ LSU. 7 :30 pm 'TCU @ Arliona State, 7:30 pm Tex«« T«eh © N. Mexico, 7:30 pm Cincinnati ® Rice, 7:30 pm Miami @ Houston, 12:50 pm : , September 28 TuUa © Arkamua, 2 pm Oklahoma State rj> llaylur, 7 :80 pm • BMU.® Ohio State, 1:30 pm '•Texas @ Texas Tech, 1 pm Texaa A*M (n Wnshlnutun. 1 :30 pm TCU 45: Mlnnt'tola, 1 ;,10 pm LSU ® Rice, 7::iO pm Houston ®i Vu. Tech, 1 :SO i>m October 5 •Arknnaus M TCU. 1:30 pm Baylor (if Floridii ."-'Into, 7:30 pm Oreicon State ft SMU, 2 pm Washington f(l Tc.vrtH, 7 pm Texas A&M <ji Knnsns, 1 :30 pm Oklahoma State (ii Texas Tech, 7:30 pm Houston (fd South Ciirolina, 7:30 p'm October 12 ' Uaylor fti' Arkansas, 2 pm 'SMU (if TCU, 7::)0 pm Texns vs. Oklahoma (<i Dallas, 2 pm "Texas Tech ft Texas A&M, 3 pm Rice St Notre Dame, 1 :30 pm October 19 *Arkanfms ft, Texn«, 12 or 2:130 pm "Rice (d SMU, 7 :M pm •TCU (<< Texas A&M, 1:30 pm Arizona (if Texnd Tech, 7:30 pm Villanovn ft/! Houston, 7 :UO pm October 25 'Jlnclnnati fn> Houston, 7:30 pm October 20 Colorado State (il Arkansas (LR), 7:30 pm Texas A&M (it Knylor, 7:30 pm 'Texas Tech ft SMU. 2 pm Texas ((( Rice, 7 :.'tfl pm TCU ffi.) Alabama, 1:30 pm ^Indicates November 2 •Arkansas fro Texas A&M, 1:30 pm •Baylor («: TCU, 2 pm •SMU (11! Texas, 2 pm •Texns Tech fi> Rice, 2 pm Houston (n Georgia, 2 pm November 9 •Rice (ill Arkansas, 1 pm •Texas lit Baylor, 2 pm ••Texas A&M © SMU, 2 pm •TCU (ft Texas Tech, 2 pm November 16 •SMU (I Arkansas, 1:30 pm •Texas Tech © Baylor, 2 pm •Texas ft TCU, 2 pm •Rice (it Texas A&M, 1:30 pm Memphis State <{l> Houston, 7 :30 pm November 23 •Arkansas fti; Texas Tech, 2 pm •Baylor (,)• SMU, 2 pm •TCU ft Rice, 2 pm Houston (n Fin. State, 7:30 pm November 29 •Tcxns A&M fi Texaa, 12 or 3 :05 pm November 30 •Rice d: Baylor, 2 pm Houston (it Tulsa, 1 :SO pm SWC Game <cpt. 7 — Tennessee at UCLA, icpt. 9 — Notre Dame at Georgia Tech (nlfrht). iept. 14 Stanford at Penn State, oept. 21 - Nebraska at Wisconsin ; Miami, Kla. at Houston ; Air Force at Oregon: Ohio nt Kent State. Sept. 28 - - Texas at Texns Tech; Washinpton State at Illinois; North Carolina at Maryland; Holy Cross nt Harvard. Oct. 19 - - Arkansas at Texas. Nov. 9 — LSU at Alabama. Sov. 23 - Michigan nt Ohio State; Southern California at UCLA. Mov. 29 Texu.s A&M at Texas ; Auburn at Alabama. Vov. 30 —- Notre Dnme at Southern California. Games for the remaining? dates «f the season will be announced iiirlnR the season by ABC. Selec- '• ion may bo made as late ns the Monday pi-eroding each Saturday elccast. A new feature of the '74 schedule toatures the first Monday night telecast of NCAA football, scheduled Sept. 9 between Notre Dame i.nd Georifia Tech. The first ThanksgivitiR Frid"; 1 double header is also slated with the Texas A&M- Texas and Auburn-Alabama games to be telecast. WIN TONIGHT! Dolphins are dull, they win fllil Queen •-;••*\v,'j :•••.•:.'•.••'.- -.I-!.', '^i 917 EAST THIRD STREET HOPE, ARKANSAS 71801 . U. S. Pat. OH., Am. D. Q. Corp. Copyright, 1969, Am. D. 0, Corpi, MP*s- Mb" 1 - ( , » By HARRY KING Associated Press Writer FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Jimmy Johnson is a disciple of the late Jim Mackenzie. ., Johnson was a nose man at the University of Arkansas .when Mackenzie was the defen- jive coord ijtor for Frank iproyles, Mackenzie's philoso- fphy stuck with Johnson and .now he is practicing what Mackenzie preached. "In the old days, you would tell a player to run into a brick Wall and he would do it," John- lion said. "Now, the player has ,tp believe that what he's doing U the very best thing in order to get him to perform at the '(op of his capability." Johnson, a member of Arkansas' 11-0 team of 1964, said he could remember when Mackenzie would stop a practice that wasn't going right. "We might stop a practice now that isn't accomplishing anything," Johnson said. "In the old days, you might try to ^o into a tough guy attitude .,, make it tougher on the player. We try to stop it and let them think it tout for themselves. We don't try to be all-perfect type coaches. The players feel like they can be a part of it this way. "I think some of your better players will question what you are telling them to do ... not rebel, just question. Johnson answers the questions. "Anybody with a total commitment will work harder," he said. "We don't tell them we want to be national champions, we want them to have the com-. mitment to be national champions. We don't tell them we're going out and have a good practice. We want them to have a commitment to a good practice to imorovp " Lefs Go, Bobcats! GO.. CATS GO!! BOBCATS..... PLUS BAND MEMBERS, BOBETTES, CHEER LEADERS AND TOL-E-TEX OIL CO. TOL-E-TEX COMPANY BOOSTING THE BOBCATS ALLEYS DX W.3RD&HERVEY 777*2261 GOOD LUCK BOBCATS! We're Backing You 100% yf »•••*!• . •,.-* TMMOtt.' 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