Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 21, 1974 · Page 8
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tight HOPE (ARK.) STAR Saturday, September 2i« 1974 Jumping, dancing and falling down ALL HANDS AGREE the most famous thief in baseball is safe again. This steal by Lou Brock occurred in a recent St. Louis-San Diego game. LIKE A REFUGEE FROM SWAN LAKE, Houston catcher Cliff Johnson executes a pirouette while Duffy Dyer of the New York Mcts slides safely across home plate. SSC Riderettes open season IS THIS GAME REALLY WORTH IT? is what Thurman Munson appears to be asking himself. The New York Yankee catcher was cut down trying to score by Minnesota catcher Phil Roof in a recent Twins-Yankee game, Yankees are having their ups and downs MAGNOLIA, Ark. - Coach Margaret Downing's Southern State College Riderette volley ball team recently opened the 1974 season in a meet at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. The meet opened the Arkansas Women's Intercollegiate Sports Association program. Included during the year will be volleyball, swimming, bowling, basketball, tennis, archery and gymnastics. Six letter winners from the 1973 runnerup team are returning this year. They are Karen Brown of Mt. Holly, Vicki Henderson of Ashdown, Ann Kennedy of Little Rock, Jo Lee Riddel of Alma, Sharon Ross of Magnolia, and Sara Wooley of Stamps. Newcomers who are expected to add strength to the Riderettes are Nancy Alexander of Magnolia, Janet Cooper of Magnolia, Rosalynn Landes of El Dorado, April Merkle of Magnet Cove, Nancy Reyenga of Prescott, Holly Rockenbach of Salem, Virginia Sargeant of Magnolia, and Jan Spignor of Jacksonville. Andrea Gillespie of Philadelphia, Pa., is the team manager. Football Scores Arkansas High School Football Associated Press Writer Blytheville 27, Marianna 8 Farmington 54, Pea Ridge 0 Rison 13, Watson Chapel 7 Monticello 26, Dumas 0 Pine Bluff 27, Sylvan Hills 7 Eudora 20, Fordyce 6 Jacksonville 21, Helena 0 Stuttgart 13, Marion 0 Uenlonville 14, Siloam Springs 6 Hot Springs Lakeside 14, Searcy 0 Harrison 42, Marshall 0 McCrory 41, Heber Springs 0 Berryville 27, West Fork 0 Sallisaw, Okla. 12, Alma 8 Mt. View 13, Oak Grove 6 Lake Village 18, Star City 7 Danville 30, Mansfield 0 Atkins 41, Perryville 8 Hot Springs 7, Fort Smith Southside 0 Benton 28, Bryant 0 Little Rock Central 23, Little Hock Catholic 22 Greenwood 10, Paris 0 Fouke 14, Dierks 12 Norphlet 14, Strong 12 Smackover 46, Stamps 0 Paragould 34, Walnut Ridge 0 Pocola, Oklahoma 8, Charleston 0 Texarkana 30, Little Rock McCleilan 12 Russellville 13, Fayetteville 6 Ozark 36, Altus 0 Turrell 20, Manila 0 DeWitt 13, Hughes 0 North Little Rock Northeast JO, Malvern 6 Camden 14, Dollarway 6 Wynne 21, Brinkley y Trumann 13, Osceola 7 Jonesboro 10, West Memphis 10 Bismark 40, Glen Rose 7 Springdale 14, Rogers 9 Mena 7, Broken Bow, Oklahoma 0 Conway 12, Morrilton 6 Hamburg 14, Crossett 7 El Dorado 20, Northside 7 Cainden Fairview 7, Ashdown 0 Warren 21, McGehee 7 Arkadelphia 19, Hope 7 Corning 6, Pocahontas 3 Obituaries D. S. MORRISON D.S. Morrison passed away at his home in Yuma, Ariz. September 16. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Bobbie Morrison; a son, Sgt. Leroy Morrison of California; a daughter, Georgia Ann Morrison, Yuma; one sister, Mrs. Ethel Maxwell, Flint, Mich,; four brothers, Tommy Mornson, Hope; Freddie Morrison, Chicago; Chess Morrison, Yuma; Charlie Morrison, California; two aunts, Mrs- Sally Williams, Canterbury, Iowa; Mrs. Viola Hunts, Gary, Ind.; an uncle, Mose Yerger of Hope. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m- Saturday in Yuma. Notes may bs sent to Mrs. Bobbie Morrison at 510 17th Ave., Yuma, Ariz. 85364. By KEN RAPPOPORT AP Sports Writer The New York Yankees are certainly having their ups and downs these days. Right now, they're up in the American league East Division pennant race. The Yankees, who dropped out of first place Thursday night, moved back in Friday with a doubleheader sweep over the Cleveland Indians. "I don't think ups and downs bother this team," said New York Manager Bill Virdon after the resilient Yankees beat the Indians 5-4 and 3-0. "This team .seems to handle pressure pretty well." The Yankees moved into a tie with Baltimore in the pressurized race as the Orioles defeated sagging Boston 2-1 and plunged the third-place Red Sox four games off the pace. In the other American League games, the Chicago White Sox blanked the Oakland A's 20; the Minnesota Twins nipped the California Angels 3-2 and the Detroit Tigers trimmed the Milwaukee Brewers 8-5. Rain postponed the Kansas City-Texas game. Bobby Murcer's run-scoring triple in the ninth inning gave the Yankees, their first-game victory. They won the second game as I^rry Gura pitched a six-hitter. New York got all the runs Gura needed in the fourth inning. Elliott cMaddox opened with a double and Murcer was hit by a pitch. Lou Piniella singled to left, scoring Maddox, and after Thurman Munson forced Piniella, Chris Chambliss doubled. New York added another run in the sixth. Orioles 2, Red Sox 1 Don Baylor and Boog Powell belted home runs and Ross Grimsley and Grant Jackson combined to pitch a six-hitter, leading Baltimore over Boston. In Ihe second inning, Baylor drilled his 10th homer of the season—a drive into the screen in left-center field. Powell's 10th of the year broke a 1-1 tie in the seventh. White Sox 2, A's 0 Bart Johnson and Terry Forster combined on a three-hitter and Jorge Orta's run-scoring single keyed a two-run sixth inning, pacing Chicago over Oakland. The loss cut Oakland's American League West Division lead to four games over UK. Texas Rangers, who were rained out. Twins 3, Angels 2 Minnesota took advantage of California starter Nolan Ryan's wildness and an error by first baseman John Doherty to score two runs in the seventh inning and defeat the Angels. Tigers 8, Brewers 5 h Rookie Dan Meyer belted two home runs and John Knox' two- run single capped a seventh-inning rally that gave Detroit its victory over Milwaukee. HSmpneod Courtly- Star Sports Baseball Scores By The Associated Press American League East W L Pet. GB Baltimore 82 70 .539 — New York 82 70 .539 Boslon 77 73 .513 4 Cleveland 73 77 • .487 8 Milwaukee 72 79 .477 9Ms Detroit 70 81 .464 ll'/a West Oakland 85 67 .559 Texas 80 70 .533 4 Minnesota 78 74 .513 7 Chicago 74 77 .490 10 Ms Kan City 73 78 .483 11V 2 California 61 91 .401 24 Friday's Games New York 5-3, Cleveland 4-0 Baltimore 2, Boston 1 Detroit 8, Milwaukee 5 Minnesota 3, California 2 Kansas City at Texas, ppd., rain Chicago 2, Oakland 0 Saturday's Games California (Dobson 1-1) at Minnesota (Blyleven 15-16) Cleveland (J. Perry 15-12) at New York (Medich 18-14) -Baltimore (Palmer 7-12) at Boston (Lee 16-13) Detroit (Coleman 13-12) at Milwaukee (Siaton 12-14) Oakland (Hunter 23-12) at Chicago (Wood 20-18), N Kansas City (Fitzmorris 11-6 and Busby 20-14) at Texas (Bibby 19-17 and Brown 12-12), 2, N Sunday's Games Cleveland at New York Baltimore at Boston California at Minnesota Oakland at Chicago Kansas City at Texas Detroit at Milwaukee 7 9% National League East W L Pet. GB 81 70 .536 — 80 70 .533 % 74 77 .490 71 79 .473 67 83 .447 63 87 .420 West Ix)s Angeles 95 56 .629 Cincinnati 92 60 .605 Atlanta Houston San Fran San Diego St. Louis Pittsburgh Philaphia Montreal New York Chicago 3% 84 68 .553 11% 76 75 .503 19 69 84 .451 27 55 98 .359 41 Friday's Results Pittsburgh 4, New York 3 St. Louis 5, Chicago 2 Atlanta 1, Houston 0 Philadelphia 10, Montreal 2 Los Angeles 2, San Diego 1 San Francisco 4, Cincinnati 3 Saturday's Games New York (Koosman 13-10) at Pittsburgh (Demery 6-6 or Pizarro 0-0) Chicago (Dettore 2-3) at St. Louis (Osteen 9-10) Philadelphia (Twitchell 6-9) at Montreal (Torrez 13-8) San Diego (Spillner 7-11) at Ix>s Angeles (Rau 13-9) Cincinnati (Billingham 19-10) at San Francisco (Barr 13-9) Atlanta (Reed 10-10) at Houston (Siebert 1-0), N Sunday's Games New York at Pittsburgh Chicago at St.Louis Philadelphia at Montreal Atlanta at Houston Cincinnati at San Francisco San Diego at Los Angeles Arkansas vs OSU LITTLE ROCK (AP) — What a difference a victory makes. Two years ago, the University of Arkansas opened its season against Southern California. The game was a sellout. Razorback fans stood outside the stadium begging for tickets. USC won 31-10 and the following week the fans who had been inside the stadium were on the outside trying to unload their tickets for the Oklahoma State game. Tonight, the fans on the outside will be trying to buy tickets to see Arkansas play Oklahoma Stale. Arkansas opened the 1974 season last week with a 22-7 upset of the University of Southern California before a record crowd of 54,622. The loth-ranked Razorbacks are a one-touchdown favorite over OSU. The Cowboys whipped the Razorbacks 38-6 last year after Arkansas had won five straight in the series. Oklahoma State opened its 1974 season with a 59-0 victory over Wichita State, but Coach Jim Stanley was far from pleased. "You've gotta look at it like it is, Wichita State didn't compared to us physicaly," Stanley said. "The film proved if we play like that against Arkansas we'll get beat three touchdowns," Both teams will operate from the wishbone offense. Arkansas stayed on the ground against USC, throwing Houston will face Cleveland By FRED ROTHENBERG AP Sports Writer In the past two National Football League seasons, Houston victories were a contradiction in terms. The Oilers won regular season games as often as the Miami Dolphins look home the Super Bowl. The Oilers have viewed victories in moral terms because their statistical ones were singular. For 1972, the record book said 1-13 and 1973 was no improvement whatsoever. Here it is 1974, the season is one game old and the Oilers are 1-0. Now they only hope they aren't victims of some sort of quota system. Houston brings its undefeated season into Cleveland Sunday to face the Browns, who have beaten the Oilers all eight times the two clubs have gotten together. Besides the Oilers, 11 other teams risk undefeated records Sunday when the second week of the NFL season swings into action with Miami at Buffalo, St. Louis at Washington, Kansas City at Oakland, New Orleans at Los Angeles, Mind nesota at Detroit, San Diego at Cincinnati, San Francisco at Atlanta, the New York Jets at Chicago, Pittsburgh at Denver, Green Bay at Baltimore and New England at New Haven, Conn, to play the New York Giants. Then the Dallas Cowboys put their undefeated season on the line Monday night in Phila- dephia against the Eagles in a nationally televised game. O.J. Simpson, who injured his ankle last week when Buffalo rallied to beat Oakland is listed as a probable starter. Those Kansas City and Oakland folk are feudm' again. The Chiefs, 1-0, and the Raiders, 01, have battled to a standoff, dividing the previous spats 14-142. Quarterback Joe Gitliam satisfied his first-period critics wilh a dazzling passing display of 257 yards and two touchdowns in the Steelers' 30-0 rout of Baltimore. only two passes. One was intercepted and the other was completed for a loss of 11 yards, Halfbacks Barnabas White and Ike Forte and .fullback Marsh White rushed for a total of 219 yards against USC. Each averaged 4.3 yards a try or better. "It'll take more than arm tackle to get Forte or Barnabas White down," said OSU defensive coordinator Lance Van Zandl after watching the Razorbacks. "The same goes for the fullback." Arkansas' defense played superbly against USC, intercepting four Pat Haden passes and recovering two fumbles. "We were playing a finesse team Saturday," said Arkansas Coach Frank Broyles. "This is more of a jaw-to-jaw offense and defense." The kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. FALL CURTAIN GOING UP ON ACT111 lAD/ES SPECIALTY SHOP ^tjt^ *4I|^ *^Hl» *4tf+ *f3K* ^IBM* ^Bto ^^^B INVENTORS! 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