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Hogs Ranked 19th In First Football Poll By THE ASSOCIATE!) PUESS · The Oklahoma Sooners, who 'inished third lasl season, have NerthwMt Afkanwt TIMES. Tues., Sept. 3, 1974 · 7 FAvrrrrviLLt, ARKANSAS Llnebacklng Problem Now looks Promising Winston Is Just Plain Mean been taped to unseal N'otre Dame as.college football's national champion. In nationwide balloting hy (lie 58 members or The Associated Pi-ess panel of sports writers and broadcasters, Oklahoma received 23 first-place votes and 976 of - a possible l.lfiO points. Trailing preseason tlie Sooners in Hie voting were Ohio University of. Arkansas assistant coach Jimmy Johnson ,on Dennis Winston: ! "He has such a great frame of mind for playing defense. In a way, he kind of wants to hurt people. He makes the kind of hit that can pick up a defense . pick up the whole tempo." UA defensive back Rollen Smith on Winston: Dennis is just mean. He ikes to h u r t people. He walks around beating on things." UA assistant coach Harold lorton on Winston: "He has a mean streak. He Golf Hall Of Fame September llth will mark a historical day In the nncient game of golf at Pinclmrst, North Carolina when the $2.5 million World Golf Hall of Fame opens Us doors. Thirteen golfing greats, voted on by the Golf Writers Associa- tion of America, will t a k e their place in the shrine as a highlight of (ho. "Grand Week of Goif" ill North Carolina. Those to bo inducted are, from left to right s t a r t i n g at loji: (1) Mildred "Bubo" Ziiharms; (2) Arnold Palmer; (!i) Gary Player; (4) B e n Hogan; (5) liyiou Nelson; (6) Francis Ouimel; ( 7 ) P a t t y Berg; (8) Walter Hagen; (9) Jack Nickluus; (10) H a r r y Vanloii; (II) R n h h y Jones; (12) Gene Sarav.cn and (13) Sum Snead. Slate, Notre Dame and Alabama. The rest of the Top Ten consisted of Southern California, Michigan, Nebraska, Penn Slate, Louisiana State and Texas. "I think it's great to be No. 1. but it puts a lot of pressure on us." said Oklahoma's Barry Switzcr, who compiled a IO-0-.1 mark last season in his debut as a head coach. "When Playboy picks you No. 1 you don't feel the pressure, but when the writers and broadcasters pick you No. 1 the pressure is really on. The Sooners are winding up a two-year probation levied by the National Collegiate Athletic Association for recruiting viola tions and cannot go to a bowl game this season. Ohio State,- which finished second in last year's final AP poll following a convincing 42-21 Rose Bowl rout of Southern Cal, received 14 first-place votes and 907 points. Notre Dame won the 1973 na- Stabler-Brans Bomb Hands 20-19 Win Over SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- A pair · of passing bombs -- one which connected and one which didn't -- for all practical- purposes decided Monday night's National Football League preseason game between the Oak' land 'Raiders and the San Fr : i- cisco 49ers. -Oakland.emerged:with a 20-19 victory, thanks to a 74-yard scoring stfil- from Ken. Stabler to Cliff- Branch that turned things around. An. unusual drop of a Steve Spurrier bomb by Gene Washington late in the . game proved costly to the 49ers; As a result, the Raiders take a 4-1 pro-season record into Saturday's Berkeley clash with the New York Jets. The 0-5 49ers host the Los Angeles Rms Sunday. For a while, upset seemed a possibility. A stout San Francisco defense smothered Stabler and a pair of Tom - Wittutn field goals gave the. 49ers a 60 lead late in the second period. Stabler then uncorked his bomb to Branch, who grabbed the ball on the San Francisco 36 and outraced cornerback Bruce Taylor to the end zone. George Bl an da's conversion made it 7-6 at the half. Stabler completed 13 of 21 passes for 181 yards. There also neighborhood was sort of NFL battle Sunday, with Cleveland beating Cincinnati 21-17 on Billy Pritchell's two-yard touchdown run with 30 seconds left in the game at Columbus, Ohio. A key play on the drive thai led to the winning touchdown was Don CockroTt's pass from punt formation on a four down with 10 yards to go Cleveland 48 yard line. on the The loss was the first in five games for Cincinnati and left Pittsburgh, 50, as the only unbeaten team in exhibition play. Denver and Los Angeles are Frisby Captures Oil Belt Crown EL DORADO, Ark. (AP) Cliff Frisby, 'a' senior at Mem phis State University, shot i two-day total of 140 to win the championship, flight of the 40th Tournament Monday. Frisby f i r e d - a one-under-pai 70 in both 'days of the 36 hole golf tournament at the El Do rado Country Club to win $125 in prize-money. John linger of Magnolia am Larry Knox of Crockett, Tex. tied for second place. Each ha a 144 total. Defending ^champion C. W Knauts of" Piggott look third place with : a 145. Fourth place went to Carrol Rast of El Dorado, who slut e 146. .· , '·' Corning in f i f t h were Sug Wil son of Hot Springs and Bil Cook of Camden. Each had a 148. Jerry · Johnson of Little Roc] shot a two-day total of 149 to win the president's flight. Other winners, Iheir two-day totals and.,flights: Bob Horloi of New Orleans, 153, firs flight; Leon Blondoll of El Do rado, 58, second; and Bol Brown:'of El Dorado and Jerry Pruden of Little Rock, 15 ·ach, third. ed with Cincinnati for the scent! best record. Denver beat Now England 27 1 Saturday night on a one-yore ouchdown. plunge 'hy reserve quarterback John Ilufnagel in he final qnailer. James Harris, also a sub quarterback, passed for tw ourth T quarter touchdowns as .OS Angeles beat San Diego 30 6. In other Saturday action. Minnesota boat St. Louis 14-10 f Orleans downed the Nev York Jets 24-7; Philadelphi; idged t h e - N e w York Giants 24 ;l; Atlanta topped Baltimore 3-7; Dallas defeated Kansai 25-16; and Houston ronnced Chicago 37-20. Sutfon Meets er, Larry Dassie Arkansas basketball Coach Sddie Sutton returned Monday rom Dodge City, Kan., where ie met one of the top junioi college players in the country. "His name is Larry Dassie,' id Sulton, "and he still ha: year left at Dodge Cit; o m m u n i t y College. B u already he's attracted the at cntion of major colleges." Sutton continued, "Larry is 6 , but he plays like 7-5. Las ·ear-he got 36 rebounds in fou liffercnt games. He's probablj one of the f i v e , best junio: college players in America. "There will probably be 20- colleges trying to sign him -- je's one of those players yoi iust have to be awfully lucks ,o get." Dassie, who went to higl school at Jacksonville, Fla., hai go to junior college rout jecause of. his grades. Bu Sutton noted, "He had a 2. average in two semesters las ycnr." : Sutton met Dassie through long-time friend at Dodge City, Trav Season Ends LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Th Arkansas Travelers officiall ended their 1974'Texas Lcagi son on Labor Day whe their baseball rtoubleheade !i Alexandria was cancelc bccau.se of rain. The Travelers had won 7 games and lost 59 this year. The rain that forced the can eolation was not unusual for ft season. In fact, it was the 121 rainout at Ray Winder Fie! this year. RUPTURE-EASER No laces-- ImtanE pult-s1 M p adjustment air $7.95 tf 9 nttini Require NOW Imc-'averJl Strans, fqrm-fitttr, washable support for [ crucible inguinal hernia. Comfwl backf lap. Si aps fn for" Scft, flat groin r»d. HS ii«1 or tealher bands. Unexcelled for camfort. for men, v.wncn, chiWrm Side Square Pro Football Standings lad a mean streak even when I saw him'play basketball in high school." Dennis Winston on himself: "I don't do anything to psyche myself. When I gel down to the fieldhouse, it's al serious business. I just like to lit people out there all the ime." Winston has done much to solve .Arkansas' biggest defen ive headache since being moved from defensive end in he spring to linebacker at the beginning of fall practice: "I feel much more confident han I did at the .end o f : spring practice," said Hortpn/ who coaches the UA linebackers. Horton said Winston is making the transition from defensive end to linebacker "better than I anticipated." "He's moving real well, get- ling to the football and reacting to what he's seeing," Horton said. "He throws a big punch when 'he does hit someone. He doesn't have the greatest tech nique, but being as physical as he is, he can hurt someone." Winston is 6-foot-l, weighs 220 and can. run. Arkansas Coach Frank Broyles has said Winston could play, any number of posi tions, including running back. "He gives us speed at line backer," Horton said. "We pu him to the weak side since most of the plays are going iway from the formation. He las so much more speed than my of the other front seven. He an run people down. "And, he's physical enough to ine up and whip someone com- ng right, at him. When "-you're 'laying, with , a 200-pouridor, ; it's i little different.'-' ; Winston played linebacker as i p . junior at Marianna hut missed hi ssenior year when the city had racial problems. ; He .started at linebacker in the fall of 1973, but missed much of the two-a-day prac- wilh injuries. He was moved to defensive end and broke into the starling lineup at midseason. .Broyles said Winston's biggest . problem at linebacker would be' reading the keys and going to the football without he sitatidn. . " · : · ' ' . i- . "He can't take false, steps/ Horton said. "He's got to make the quickest and shortest pat I to the ball carrier or people are Jack Nicklaus Salvages Season ATLANTA (AP) -- Jack Nicklaus, disappointed over not winning any of golf's four major tournaments, says his "has salvaged the .year · for Nicklaus put on one of $6,250 patented charges over the, final Brian Allin his $6,250 triumph in the $250,000 Tourna-1 round which began-Sunday} and ment Players ly THE ASSOCIATED PRESS World Football League Eastern Division W L T Pet. PF PA few York 6 3 0 .6(57 204 141 'loriria 6 3 0 .667 1 6 2 1 1 9 'hiliiphia 4 5 0 .444 2 1 9 168 acksonv 3 6 0 .333 159 165 Central Division Birmliam" 9 0 0 l.OOS 2 3 4 1 3 8 Vlemphis 7 2 ' 0 ' .778 202 188 Chicago ' 7 2 0 .778 252 215 Detroit 0 9. 0 .000 145 254 Western Division Calif 5 4 0 .556 2 0 6 1 7 8 Houston 3 5 1 .389 82 158 Hawaiians 2 7 0 .222 1 6 6 2 6 4 'ortland 1 7 1 .167 116 219 Monday's Results Memphis 16, Jacksonville 13 New York 24, Philadelphia 16 Portland .18, Detroit 7 . . . Birmingham 8, Florida 7 Chicago 32, Southern Califor- lia 22 Thursday, September 5 Philadelphia at Jacksonville, lational television Friday, September 6 Florida at New York Southern California at Detroit Houston at Memphis Hawaiians at Portland Saturday, September 7 ... Chicago at Birmingham Mitchell Joins Staff At TCU , . . , . FOET WOR/TH -- Robert V. tional championship by eking Mjt one ll former executive out a 24-23 victory over Ala- 1 director of the Fort Worth Boys bama in the Sugar Bowl, b u t l c l u b s nas joined the Texas the Fighting Irish were rated i Christian University staff as third in the preseason poll wit| director of the Cyrus K. and 13 first-place votes and 864 . . - _ ..... points. Alabama was fourth, just as it was in the final 1973 AP poll, with six first-place votes and 859 points; Southern Cal, the 1972 champion, received one first-place ballot and 752 points. The other first-place vote went to Michigan, which had 586 points. Southern Cal was No. 1 in last year's preseason poll, while. Notre Dame, the evcilual Championship oncluded Monday morning due o torrential rainstorms. T h e 34-year-old "Golden Bear" took home, .the $50.0.00, irst prize when he strung to- jether six birdies eri route to a i7 and a'.course-tying 72-hole to; a l o f 272. J.C. Snead, the third-round leader, equaled par 72 on the Sddie Pearce $6,250 " * , champion, was eighth. Oklahoma was llth. This year's preseason Second Ten consisted of Houston, UCLA, Pitt, -Maryland, Arizona State. Tennessee, Arizona, North Carolina State, Arkansas ~ poll: Notre and Texas AM. The linal 1973 Dame, Ohio State.. Oklahoma Alabama, Penn State, Mich igan, .Nebraska, Southern Call fornia, Arizona State and Hous ton tied for ninth, Texas Tech UCLA, Louisiana State, Texas Miami of Ohio, North Carolim State, . Missouri, Kansas anc Tennessee, with Maryland and Tulane tied for 20th. The Top Twenty, with first place votes in parentheses. 1974 record-and total points. Points abulated on basis of 20-18-16-14 12 - JO - 9 - 8 - 7 - 6 - 5 ·- 4 --2 -1: 1. Oklahoma (23) 10-0-1 976 2. Ohio St. (14) 100-1 90' ·3...N. Dame .(13) .11.0-0 86 4. Alabama (6) 11-1-0 859 5. So. Cal. (1) 9-2-1 752 York NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Exhibition Games Saturday's Games Philadelphia 24, New liants 21 Atlanta 23, Baltimore 7 Minnesota 14, St. Louis 10 Dallas 25. Kansas City 16 Denver 27, New England 21 Houston 37, Chicago 20 New Orleans 24, New York Jets 7 Los Angeles 30, San Diego 16 Sunday's Game Cleveland 21, Cincinnati-17 Monday's Game Oakland 20, Sun Francisco 19 Friday, September 6 Pittsburgh at Dallas. N Saturday, September 7 New York Giants at Buffalo, Baltimore at Washington. N Cincinnati vs. Green B a y - a t Milwaukee, N · St. Louis at Kansas'City.'N ·' Sunday, September 8 Now York Jets vs. Oakland at Berkeley, Calif. ,.. . Cleveland at Detroit, N : Miami at Chicago, N . . . New Orleans at Houston, N' San Diego at Minnesota, N- - Easy Victory DETROIT -- Steve Neff of Sarasota, Fla., scored a n - e a s y 256-196 "victory over Jim Frazior of Spokane, Wash., 'in the finals of a $55,000 Professional Bowling Association event. inn C. Rickel Building for leallh. Physical Education and lecreation. Announcement of his appointment, effective in mid-August, vas made by : Mrs. Elizabeth 3 roffer, TCU dean of student fe. The Arkansas native, gradua- ed from high school in Fay- tteville, earned the Bachelor of Science degree in physical edu- *ation at the University .of Ar- tansas - in L i t t l e · Rock n 1967. He s e r v e d six ;ears as director of the Joseph S. Whitehead Memorial Boys Club in Atlanta, Ga., before moving to Fort Worth in March ot last year. Mitchell, active in the Ameri can Association oE Physica Education, Health and Recrea ;ion, and his wife have a' son, (1) St. 6. Michigan 7. Nebraska 8. Penn St. 9. Louisiana to. -Texas 11. Houston 12. UCLA 13. Pitt 14. Maryland 15. Arizona St. 16. Tennessee 17. Arizona 18. .N. Carlna St. 19. Arkansas 20. Texas AM 10-0-1 100-1 .n-o-o 11-1-0 9-2-1 10-0-1 8-3-1 12-0-0 9-3-0 8-3-0 11-1-0 9-2-0 fi-5-1 8-4-0 11-1-0 8-4-0 8-3-0 9-3-0 5-5-1 5-6-0 586 472 45 360 35 241 182 141 137 88 79 76 .50 4: 3: Others receiving votes, listec alphabetically: Auburn, Colora do, Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Kansas, Ken State, Miami of Florida, is.tit State, Miami of Florida, Miarh of Ohio, Michigan State, Mis souri, Purdue, South Carolina Stanford,' Texas Tech, Tulane Wisconsin. a daughter, Lynn. 5-year-old Tracy A's Coll Up Three OAKLAND (AP) -- The Oakland A's called pitcher Bill Parsons and infielders Manny Trillo. Phi Garner and John Donaldson up from their Tucson farm cluh of the Pacific Coast League Monday. Judge's Choice SHELBYVILLE, Term. (AP) -- Star of the Show lived up to his name Monday night as he won the first half of the 2-year- old stallion competitor) in the 16th annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration. Star, with Buddy Kirby in the saddle, was the judges' choice in the 30-enlry field, a preliminary to the 2-year-old walking horse championship stake Friday night. The colt is owned by Henegar and Brandon of Lewisburg and Franklin. Tenn. Co-Champions KANSAS CITY -- Sue Roberts and Jane Blalock, with 36- hole totals of 142, were declared co-champions of the $35,000 LPGA South gate Open when rain Canceled the third and final round. 'inal round for « 274 total, two strokes behind.,:Nicklaus over :he 6,883-yard Atlanta 1 Country Club course. "I didn't want to let this otie get away from me once I got in a position to win," rflcklaus said Monday. He was .three shots behind Snead after the third round Saturday, but re- 'ained his putting touch over Lhe final. 18 holes .to overtake :he nephew of famed golfer Sarri Snead; It was Nicklaus' first triumph since winning the Hawajian Open in February and gives him 53 tour victories in addition to $2,217.476 in earnings for hi career. It also gave him $208,307 in earnings for th,e season, second to Johnny Miller, who has $256,383. The runneriip finish" - was worth $28,500 to Snead, -who is enjoying his best season'after seven years on the tour. Australian Bruce Crampton 277 after a 67. ;' · ' ·Littler became golf's- eighth millionaire with f-his $11,750 prize money, going over the magic figure by $8,454. PGA champion Lee Trevino shot a 74 for 284 and U:S. Open vinner Hale.Irwin had a 72 for 288. Leading money winner Miler withdrew and . Masters and British Open champion. Gary ?layer and Arnold Palmer 'ailed to make th'e;36-hole cut.. SCORES' V $50,000 66-71-68-67--272 J.C. Snead ' : ' 128,500 64-71-67-72--274 3ruce Crampton 67-71-71-72-23! 71-67-71-72--28 73-67-69-72--28 oing to cut him off." Horton has also been pleased y the rapid development of larvin Daily, who was-.moved ·om fullback to linebacker a 'cck ago. : · · " ' . "He has a lot of natural in- linct and complete vision ;oE iie football field," Horton safd. Daily weighs 226 and runs the 0 in 4.8. Horton wants him ;to lay at about 218. - · Daily worked with the second lefcnsive unit in Saturday's crimmage and Horton said he performed as well as any kid ve've had in only his fourth or ifth day at. linebacker." Daily was a step or two slow it fullback, Horlon said he be- icved he was quicker from an ip stance. ; "When he gets to the ball carrier, he has a lot of force," "Inrton said. : ' He said Daily has a chance'to nakc the starling lineup on the strong side--a position now :nanned by Hal McAfee. McAfee was the team's leading tackier until he injured : a knee in the Tulsa game in 1973. The injury to McAfee, the graduation of Danny Rhodes and the fact that Billy Burns has been injured during much of his college career prompted the movement of Winston- and Daily. 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