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. Octoter a. itm Billie Jean Says Thinking Is Hurting Houston Placed On 1 Th» Ph*re»TribuM, IdgMMport. ted.—it ATLANTA (UP!) - Billie I'm really «•• Jean King says she's doing too mentally."" . much thinking on the tennis • court, and it's hurting her ! game. I "Sometimes 1 find myself • thinking about a point so much .' that I'II end up doing what came • to my mind third or second than • jusl going ahead and hilling the . ball and going by my first in- I stinct," she said. J Ms. King frequently found . herself in that position Tuesday I as she struggled to a 7-5, M . victory over 17-year-old Zenda \ Leiss of Ormond Beach, Fla.. in > first-round play of the Wylcr's ! Women's Tennis Classic ! "Probably I'm doing less physical and more mental work out there than I've ever done before," she said. "I've worked harder in the last four months on my physical condition th.in ever be/ore. But now out there, having trouble HOUSTON (UPI) - Last spring, Darrcll Shepard, one of the state's top schoolboy quarterbacks, told the University of Texas he would accept their scholarship offer. But Shepard instead signed a Pioneer Harriers Run Past Zebras ROYAL CENTER - Pioneer whipped Rochester in cross country here Tuesday. Pioneer won the varsity race 23-W and the JV marathon 1540. Dave Lewellen led the varsity parade in 12:51. Pioneer also scored with Charles Trlbbell 4th, Eric Minks nth. Brad Kitchell fith and Dennis Lank Gth. Brian Van .Soost ended llllli for the Panthers. Kevin Martin was Ihe firsl runner for the Panthers in the JV meet with a 13:5!) clocking. Pioneer is now 9-2 for the vear and will he in the Midwest, Conference meet on Thursdav at Frontier. • ^ Varsity Lewellen (P), SmlUi (R), Hedges' <R>, Tribbett IP), Minks IP), Kitchell (Pi, Lank (P), DeWhile (R), Urge (Ri, Van Soost (P) 12:51. Junior Varsity Martin (P). Brown (P), Layer (P), Ibarra (P), Welton (Pi, Birch IR), Bosscbe (K), McLellen (R), Gelbaugh (R), Crogg LR) 13:59, Motivation No Problem soutnwesl Conference k-llor- ofintent with the University of Houston. Two days later the Odessa schoolboy was driving a 1977 Firebird Trans Am with his name written in scripl across thetrunk. The "NCAA office in Mission. Kan., late Tuesday announced the ' University of 'Houston football program had been placed on one-year probation for the illegal recruitment of Shepard. Several team members said they had been lold of' the probation. The -.probation is retroactive to Sept: 20.1977. The sanction disqualifies the Cougars from participating in a bowl game this season and will prevent them from making television appearances for one year beginning Doc: 4. A current contract calls for the Houston-Texas A&M game Dec. x to be televised. School officials reprimanded head Coach Bill Yeoman and. OPEN DAILY 9-9 SUNDAY 11-6 assistant Coach Mclv'in Brown. The NCAA alleged Yeoman, an assistant coach and. a represent!ve of Ihe university's athletic interests were involved in February 1977 of helping secure the bank loan for Ihe car from the Bank , of Brazoria; which is headed by a Houston alumnus.. -• Another Houston violation involved arrangements by an assistant coach .for a round trip for Shepard and his girlfriend to Houston In a privately owned, aircraft. Yeoman said his team, which shared the SWC championship. in its initial season in the league last year, was being harassed. "I'm glad we're in the Southwest Conference, make no mistake about that." said Yeoman, "But there are people in this conference out to harass us." . Yeoman said it was unusual the NCAA look only four months to conduct its investigation of Houston. He said normally such . an investigation takes much longer than four months. The Cougar coach said he lold the Infractions Committee of Columbia the, NCAA he • helped arrange the loan for Shepard's car. •'As i explained to Die Infractions Committee, if you count arranging a loan as'an infraction, then. yes. I'arranged it," said Yeoman'; "I lold them I arranged it." Yeoman said assistant Coach Gary Mulllns talked to Shepard after a game last fall but he did not know Mullins had visited with Shepard. The Houston coach said "he and his staff had been open and honest with the NCAA. Girls Win Tom Watson Favored In Match Play Event Columbia slopped Lincoln, 25- l(i. in an eighth grade.girls' basketball game at Columbia Tuesday. ... Pam Morton was best - for Columbia, with nine points. Lincoln's Shelly Doran lead both teams with")!) markers. Columbia is 2-1 for Ihe year and plays ; Sl. Joseph's Monday. Lincoln is winless in three tries and plays Fairview Monday. Summary C-Morton 9, Murr 8. Mltmlre 4. Crowe 2, Sylvester 2; L—Doran 10, MaxsonJ,Sle«l«i,W«de2. By DAVID COWELL VIRGINIA WATER, England i UPI) - British Open and U.S. Masters champion Tom Watson will 'be gunning to beat his match play jinx Wednesday when he lees off as the 4-1 favorite for the $22. r i,ooo World,' Matchplay Golf Championships. Watson, who needs the $52,500 first prize to erase Johnny Miller's 1974 single-season earnings record of $353,000. was upset by Britain's rookie Nick Faldo in the singles during the U.S. Ryder Cup triumph over Britain and Ireland last month. Now he joins a 16-strong field and faces a possible 144 holes of golf in four days over the 6,969- yard Burma Road course at Wentworth if he is (o clinch the title for the first time. WED M THURS., FRI.,SAT. LEXINGTON, Ky. I UPI) Kentucky Coach Fran Curci encounters his share of the typical problems that face a college football team, but : Gymnastics I Class Set • The Cass County Y will begin ; gymnastics classes on Tuesday. ' The l o week course will be for ; students 5 and up including all ' types of techniques. The in' structor is Star Kirtlcy of 1 Mooresville. ; The schedule includes • Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. for those ; 5 through 8; Wednesdays 9 ; through 13: Thursdays 14 and ! up. Classes will also be held on ; Saturdays beginning at 10 a.m. .' Anyone interested in signing • up for the classes should con! tact the Y. motivating his players is not one of them. The Wildcats are ineligible for any bowl or television appearances or rankings in (he UPI poll this year because they arc on probation by the NCAA, but Curci said that has not affected his coaching staff or his players. "We just don't talk about it." he said. "We go out and play the best we can in each game and don't gel sidelined with things like that." Kentucky proved last Saturday they iiad little else on their mind besides upsetting what was then the fourth- ranked team in the nation, Penn State. The Wildcats, after spottins the Nittany Lions a 10- : Kundenreich : Doing Well | Former LHS football player '• Allen Kundenreich is scoring ' for Angola. "' Kundenreich moved from ; Logansporl with his family this • year. Friday night he scored ; three touchdowns for Angola • and rushed for 180 yards . against Bludton. YCage Signups Slated Registration for the Cass County Y youth basketball leagues will begin on Saturday, Oct. 29. • The registration for the YBA , program will be held at l p.m. ; on Oct. 29 at the Y gym. Parents must accompany the youths in ; the signup program.' It will ; include YBA display materials, ', a movie on the league and a volunteer coaches workshop after the registration at 3:30 p.m. Coaches for the league are ; needed. There will be at least 30 learns in the grade school through middle school programs. The time included will be an hour practice and an hour game each week for 11 weeks. Sons and daughters of volunteer coaches will , be placed on thei r teams. Panthers Capture MIC Title RUSSIA VILLE- Western captured Ihe Mid Indiana Conference cross country meet here Tuesday. The Panthers ran away with the title with 30 points. Taylor was a distant second with' 80, while Northwestern was third with 83. Oak Hill finished fourth with 111 and Eastbrook was fifth with 131. Cass finished sixth with 136, while Maconaquah and Eastern rounded out the field with 146 and 201 respectively, Jeff Grantham of Western was the individual winner. Jeff Robertson led the Kings with a 15th place finish in 13:45. , Terry Gearharl was 22nd,-while Ceasar Rldribuez placed 2Klh. Mike Townsend was 33rd arid Bill Collins 38th, Western won the reserve meel with 24 points. Cass was next with 81. while Oak Hill took third with 84. Taylor had 90 and Northwestern 118. Maconaquah was sixth with 144, while Easlbrook and Eastern rounded out the mcel with 163 and 248 points respectively, Kevin Crltes was the top finisher for the'Kings with a fifth place finish in 14:24. The race was won by Western's Jeff Branlleyinl3::51. Varsity Summary Western 30, Taylor 80, Northwestern 83, Oak Hill III, Eastbrook 131, Cass 136, Maconaquah 146. Eastern 201; Winner- Grantham of Western. Reserve Summary Western 24, Can 81, Oak Mill W, Taylor 90, Northwestern 118, Macooaqiwh 144, Eastbrook 163, Eastern 248; Wlnner-Brantley of 0. rallied to upset the previously unbeaten team 24-20. The victory over Ihe highly regarded Nittany Lions earned the Kentucky coach United Press International Coach of the Week honors this week. Kentucky's victory was all the more surprising since UK had whipped Penn State the year ,before 'in Lexington and had lost its top halfback in Rod Stewart earlier in the season and its lop defensive player, linebacker Jeff Kovach. Cass Frosh Remain Undefeated THE SAVING PLACE SAVE.fl WALTON - The, Cass freshman football team remained undefeated here Tuesday night. Cass handed .Maconaquah a 32-8 defeat. Five players scored touchdowns for the Kings. Stan Truax scored on. an eight yard run, while Kevin CrabtreC tallied on a 55 yard pass Interception, Jeff Mason scored on an 11 yard run and Scott Bell tallied on a nine yard run. Troy Robinson had a two yard score and a conversion run, ; ' • 7, Greg ' Segfaves ' had nine tackles for Cass and Rod Zeck seven. " ' ''• . The Kings are 5-0 for the season and will be at Taylor, which is also 5-0 Monday. 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Roberts won the 300 free race In 5:53.5 and Ihe 100 breast in 1:1-1. 4. llett- mansperger .captured the, 200 individual medley in 2:£Tand the 100 fly'in 1:04.9. Karen Kile won the diving with a 181.6 socre, while. Hollc • Baker took the 100 back in 1:10.9. Baker. Robertsrstacy ,, Hettmansperger and Missy Hettmansperger won the 200 medley relay In 2:07.3. ' The Berrtes,;are Z-l for the year. Summary W Mcdey ReHy - Logmport ( Baker. Robtrti. S. : Heti- M. HctUnarapener), Ciltallc, Onoralo iLCCi. Templeton (L), Kovacj (Li.Scliraeder (LCC); 2:23. » Free—Lennert I LCC), Klngmi (LCC}. M. Hettm*iuper|!er (L), FUher<L),Huin*na>; :27.». Diving - Kite (U Rcntschler (LCC), D. Ambrose (LCC). P. Ambme (LCC>, Blackburn (L); MONTICELLO - Logansport blanked .Twin Lakes in a freshman "football game here Tuesday night, 3>l-o. Five players scored touchdowns for the Berries. Jim Crane had a 70 yard run, while Jerry Wallace went one yard and-Mike Cox scored on a five yard run. Brad Plait scored on an eight yard run and threw an 83 yard scoring pass to Barry Plati: Barry Platl had four extra points. Crane lead the rushing with 1H yards in seven carries. Brad Platt hit on three of five passes for 130 yards. Scott Troglen was lops in tackling with nine, while Curt Maxson had eight. Brad Platt had two Interceptions and, a fumble recovery., iphile Jeff Roach added an interception. -The Berries are 4-Kfor the year and host Marion next Thursday. Summary TwlnLakes : 0 ' 00 o—0 Logansport 677. 14-34 Scaring L-Crane, To run < kick tailed > L-Wallace, 1 run (Ba, Plait kick* L-Cox, S run < Ba. Pl«tt kick) L-Br. Platt, 8 run (Ba. Platt kick) L—Ba. Plait, 83 pass from Br. Platt (B« Plati kick) - In <M h «*•»«. rf Mir I ' . 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