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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Professional Baseball :. By The Associated Press National League East W I, Pittsburgh 73 63 St. Louis 72 65 Philaphia 66 New York 63 Montreal 61 Chicago 55 70 71 73 78 West 85 51 83 54 77 61 69 67 62 75 50 Pel. .537 .526 .485 .470 .455 .414 GB "VA 7 9 11 .625 .606 .558 .507 .453 .362 2V4 9 16 23% 36 Los Angeles Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran San Diego Wednesday's Results New York 4, Chicago 2 Atlanta 5, San Diego 3 St. Louis 5, Montreal 4 Cincinnati 2. Houston 1 Los Angeles 6,-San Francisco 3, 11 innings Only games scheduled Thursday's, Game Philadelphia (Lonborg 14-U at Chicago (Reuschel 13-10), Only game scheduled . Friday's Games Philadelphia at Chicago San Francisco at Atlanta, N Los Angeles at Cincinnati, N Montreal at Pittsburgh, N New York at St. Louis, N San Diego at Houston, N Osburn To Start At Quarterback For Bulldogs Against Bentonville 'By GRANT HALT. . TIMES Sports Editor Lawson Osburn will he ttie itartlng quarterback when the ^ayelteville Bulldogs open their 974 football season tomorrow night at Bentonville. In making the announcement Wednesday. Coach Doyne Davis added that Greg McClelland vill start at safety. Osburn and VIcClelland had waged a spiri- ed battle for the starting quar- ;erback job for several weeks. Davis said that McClelland will also do the punting, place- licking and kicking: off for the Bulldogs ey and Richard Hammons at the tackles, Rick Jones and Alex Monlez at the ends, Steve Roberts at left linebacker and John McCutcheon at right line- ·" be by Scott Stanberry and Clark Lewis. Scott Mundy is · the monster man. The Bulldogs' only real size is at tackle, where Lierley and Hammons each weigh 195 and sophomore Jim Elliott weighs backer. McClelland will flanked in the secondary against my theory that a place American League East W I,,Pel. Boston New York Baltimore Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit Oakland Texas Kan City Chicago Minnesota California Wednesday's Results New York 3, Milwaukee 0 Baltimore 6, Boston 0 Cleveland 5, Detroit 4 Chicago 7, Kansas City 0 California 5, Oakland 2 Texas 1, Minnesota 0 Thursday's Games Milwaukee (Champion 9-3) a Boston ODrago 6-85, N Minnesota (Blyleven 13-15) a Kansas City (Busby 19-12), N Texas (J. Brown 11-10) a Oakland (Hurtter 21-10), N Chicago (Johnson 6-3) at Call fornia (Figueroa 2-6), N Only games scheduled Friday's Games Baltimore at Cleveland, 2 twinight Detroit at New York, 2, twin ight Milwaukee at Boston, N Texas at Oakland, N 205, Says Davis, "We've got a lot of green people on defense, and we're fumbling the ball too "ense. But I'm glad the season is here. We need to play a ball game." Even it it's against a team that returns f i v e of its six starting offensive linemen from last year. Tiger guards Harry Cabaniss and Robin Casey are back, as are tackles Chris Bentley and Dan Craig and - tight end Chuck Morgan. Center Joe Looney is the only neophyte. 'LITTLE BIGGER' Be'ntley weighs 220, Craig 205 and Morgan and Casey 190 good, but the defense worries me. Fayetleville will be iiarc to stop.' Said Davis, "I know Benton ville feels that this year's team can be one of their better bal clubs. I just hope we have a good group of fans from Fay elteville go to the game. "I've met with a lot of people in the last several weeks, and we think we're off to a good start with the fans. There seems to be quite a bit of Inter- Yankees Tied With Faltering Boston; Orioles Come Alive With Revitalized Pitching NorthwMt Arkdnwn TIMES, Thurt., Sept. 5, 1974 ·) FAYETTIVILLI. ARKANSAS If the Bulldogs s h o w well tomorrow night, there will be even more. Kickoff is at 7:30. Jrian Ricks, Jackson and alternate wing- acks -Arthur Budd and Michael Buchanan. Budd and.Buchanan vill sBnd in the plays. "I've always called the plays," said Davis. "After all, as the coach I'm supposed to know the offense better than anyone else.' Besides,- it takes Jie pressure off ;the. quarterback." : MNEMEN SMALL Blocking for the Fayetteville backs vvil he tight end Larry Atha, tackles Chuck Pearce and Bobby Davis, guards Joey Rodman and Steve Eason and center John Pabst. Davis and Peaice: are 'the -biggest at 185 pounds. Rick Taylor, 5-1L and 155, is the split end.. . ' . - . . · Defensively, Fayetteville will start 5-9, 220-pound Billy Harrison at nose'guard, Dayton Lier- each. "They're a little bigger jian we are." said Davis of Bentonville. "Plus they have live or six quick backs who can play." The most heralded of those is Scott Bailey, who averaged rushing over 100 yards a game after being moved-to fullback for the last five games of 1973. "He's had a leg injury this week," said Bentonville Coach John Biirgess, "but we hope he can play." Bailey will .share the ball- c a r r y i n g with quarterback Warty Casey, wingback Mike Conn and taibacks Alan Dean and Randy Thompson. Dean and Marty Casey are juniors, is starting split end Bob Burckart., Robin Casey and Craig will play b o t h ways, manning the tackles on defense. "Neither' of them has played defense before," said Burgess. "Our defensive ends, Kim Mace and Stacy Oelsen, are also question Russians Defeat American Team SEATTLE (AP) -- Alexander Salnikov scored 36 points Wednesday night to lead the Soviet Union national basketball team to a 79-70 victory over the U.S. All-Stars and even their series at one victory each. The U.S. team, looking ex- ckptionally ragged at times, fell behind by as much as 11 points in the first half as Salnikov hit on five of nine field goal attempts. All-American David Thompson of North Carolina Slate failed on all four of his tries from the field for the American squad. Thompson had only three points at the end of the first 20 minutes. Mo Rivers and Ken Carr kept .he U.S. team in contention and helped narrow the gap to 36-33 at the half. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The New York Yankees are red hot. The Boston Red Sox are red-faced. Their individual predicaments have given some color to the American League East The Yankees won their 16th game in 20 Wednesday with a 3-0 decision over the Milwaukee Brewers and climbed into a first-place tie with failing Boston in the East. The embarrassed Red Sox made the tie possible by losing a 6-0 decision to the Baltimore Orioles, their sixth straight loss and their ninth in the last 11 James. The win moved the third place Orioles within two games of the top. Baltimore's suddenly revitalize pitching staff not only beat the Red Sox in their three- game series -- they humiliated them with consecutive shutouts. Hockey Festival single to third, Brohamer tak ing third. Carty then batted i to Tom McCraw and singled to left, bringing home Brohame with the winning run. White Sox 7, Royals 0 Jim Kaat fired a four-hitte and the Chicago White So erupted for six runs and seve hits in the fifth inning to bea Kansas City. Paul Splittorf was the loser. Angels. 5, A's 2 Bob Oliver drove in two runs with a double and single,to.lead California over Oakland. Oliver doubled to drive in Bobby Valentine and then scored himself as the Angels scored twice off losing pitcher Vida Blue in the second inning. Rangers 1, Twins 0 . . . . Ferguson Jenkins blanked Minnesota on seven hits for his 2lst win and sixth shutout of the season, pitching Texas over the Twins. NEW YORK (AP : Four schools, Boston College, Brown, Cornell and St. Lawrence, have een invited to compete in the 13th a n n u a l . Eastern College Athletic Conference -Hockey Festival, it was announced to day by Scotty Whitelaw, com missioner of the ECAC. The festival will be held a Madison Square doubleheaders on 3 and Sunday, Jan. 5. Garden Friday,, with Jan. TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Safes and Servica.* New Uttd Antennas Color * mlack * Whit* Boosters · T«w*r« Frtc Estimates · · · · · · · 751-7827. TJ1-MM 7S1-4K7 In the other League games, the American ___ = u Cleveland Indians stopped the Detroit Tigers 5-4; the Chicago White Sox trimmed the Kansas City Royals 7-0; the California Angels defeated the Oakland A's 5-2 trimmed the Minnesota Twins a n d the Texas Rangers 1-0. Jim Palmer and Earl Willams combined to pace Baltimore's victory over the stumbling Red Sox. Palmer, back on the active roster less than a month after 54 days on the disabled list, hurled a three-hitter. Williams, who has hit eight of his 13 home runs since Aug. 1, clubbed two solo homers and drove in three runs. Yankees 3, Brewers tt G e o r g e ASU Concludes Contact Drills Before USL Bout JONESBORO. Ark. ' (AP) -Arkansas State's Indians, less than three days away from their football season opener at Southwestern Louisiana, ended the hitting portion of their preparation Wednesday. "It wasn't such' a hot practice," said ASU Coach Bill Davidson. "We didn't practice like we are ready to play a game Saturday. "In fact", we' haven't had a good practice all week. Our players act like they are .in marks." NOSE GUARD SET Nose guard is in better shape, with 20-pound - senior Monty Stiers returning. Other starters jack from last year are line- hacker Bill White, cornerback Felix Robinson and free safety Thompson. Joining them will be linebacker Joe Childers, strong safety Conn and either Vincent West or Mike Kimmel at cor- nerback. "We hope to improve on last year's 3-6-1 record," said Burgess. "Our offense can be Fleming Released CHICAGO (AP) -- Winger Reggie Fleming, one-time National Hockey -League, bad boy, was released Wednesday by the Chicago "Cougars ; of the World Hockey Association. . Fleming, 38. who played with 1960-61 Stanley Cup champion Chicago Black Hawks in his first full pro season, wound up with 1,468 penalty minutes in 13 NHL seasons. In three WHA seasons, Flcm- People who try. .that'sthe kind of people we look forwhen we're hiring i.lieW Kansas City Life agents... because that's the kind · of t'orppany we try to be. We say Kansas City Life is "The Lionets.,.protecting her own" because lions are the orilybig cats who work in groups, caring foreach other. And We try to have the kind of agents who look'out for you. We know your financial picture changes from time to time, what with raises, babies or a new home. There .might also bechanges in beneficiaries and other,details. It's all very important, but no one can he expected to remember everything. So We encourage our agents to remember for you because we feel if they take care of you, you'll see fit to remember them when the time comes. And so far, we've been rigbt. 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