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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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10 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, Sept. 6, 1974 rAVITTIVILLE, ARKANSAS immiffliiiiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiffliiiiHiiiiiiiiiuiiiiMi Professional , Baseball Davis, Fifths Run Well As Porkers Conduct Last Scrimmage On Film ·jSfttsburgh S3. Louis iJBiilaphia *Btw Yoi'k .; Chicago ' Sips Angeles Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran /Si) Diego National League East W L Pet. 73 63 72 65 b7 70 63 61 55 70 West 85 51 83 54 77 61 69 67 62 50 71 73 .537 .526 .489 ,470 .455 .410 .625 .605 .558 .507 GB 6V4 9 11 17 By GRANT HALL TIMES Sports Editor Every lime the Arkansas Razorbacks hold a scrimmage, more running backs surface. Saturday the week before last, it was Barnabas White, Tommy Woods .and Vaughn Lusby. Last Saturday it was Lusby Teddy Barnes and 0. C. Jackson. Yesterday it was Elijah Fuchs. . Davis and Holland .453 23 i4 .362 36 ,,. Thursday's Game ^^Philadelphia 6, Chicago 5, 11 J'ftjTiings _ irjjpnly 'game scneduled --- Friday's Games "Philadelphia (Ruthven 7-11) at-Chicago (Hooton 4-10) - --San Francisco (D'Acquisto at Atlanta (Morton 14-8), . Davis gained 162 yards in seven carries and caught a pass for 26 yards. Fuchs carried the ball eight times for 81 yards. Both players got to play more Thursday because the number one running backs were held is a sophomore from N Los Angeles (Sutton 13-9) at Cincinnati (Gullett 15-9). N Montreal (Renko 9-13) at . Pittsburgh (Ellis 11-9), N New York (Koosman 13-8) at : St. Louis (Forsch 3-4). N . San Diego (Spillner 6-9) at '. Houston (Richard 1-1), N New York Boston Baltimore Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit American League East W L Pet. 72 63 72 64 70 65 67 b7 66 72 63 73 West 80 58 72 67 69 68 69 69 68 70 53 85 .533 .529 .519 .500 .478 .463 GB . Oakland 80 58 .580 -- 1 Texas 72 67 .518 8Vi '- Kan City 69 68 .504 10W I Chicago 69 69 .500 11 Minnesota 68 70 .493 12 California 53 85 .384 27 : Thursday's Results Milwaukee 4, Boston 3 Minnesota 4, Kansas City 1 Oakland 3, Texas 0 ': Chicago 1. California 0 - Only games scheduled Friday's Games '· Baltimore (McNally 13-10 apd · Cuellar 17-10) at Cleveland J (Kern 0-0 and Peterson 8-10), 2, « ti-night :'. Detroit (Lolich 16-16 and Fry| man 5-7) at New York (Dobson ·'.: 14-14 and Gura 1-0). 2 twi-night i : Milwaukee (Slaton 10-14) at '· Boston (Tiant 20-10), N · Chicago (Wood 20-16) at Caji- : fornia (Tanana 9-17). N ' Texas (Hargan 10-8) at Oakland (Hamilton 6-4), N : i Only games scheduled out. Davis Junction City, Kan., who has switched from cornerback to nalfback. Fuchs, a redshirl junior, has moved from tailback to fullback. Said Coach Frank Broyles ol the scrimmage, "It was goo to see Elijah Davis gain some confidence. He ran well a n c made a good catch. Defen sively, I thought Johnnie Mea dors and Charlie Brown mad some big plays." MORE MISTAKES Broyles added, "Since thi: was our last scrimmage to film I thought we'd have more en thusiasm than we did. Th offense made more mistake than in any scrimmage so far and we were dragging 01 defense." But Broyles really didn't loo! disappointed. If there wer offensive mistakes, they weien' the severe kind. For the secqn straight scrimmage, no runnin ack lost a fumble. And the earns quartcrbackcd by Mark llller and Scott Bull put 48 oints on the board. Each quarterback directed ive possessions, w i t h Miller residing over four touchdowns nd Bull producing two touch- owns and two field goals. The number one defense idn't yield a point, although reshman quarterback Martin Lemond of Baytown, Tex., took is USC impersonators to the 2 and six-yard lines. He did t with scrambles, penalties, passes to freshman Phil Davis and handoffs to halfbacks Garnett Smith and J. R. Ross. Starting nose guard Wayman Hawkins, whose ankle injury of Tuesday turned out not to be serious, stopped the first threat by blocking a Ken McCulloch field goal try. The second march died on downs. The defense recorded two safeties as Brown pinned Lemond anc tfeadors trapped freshman quarterback Jim Fryrear. LITTLE PERFECT Steve Little continued impeccable kicking, convertinj six extra points and two fiel( goals without a miss. The three pointers were from 28 and 5C yards. Tom Cheyne puntec seven times for a 37.6-yard average. Miller's first touchdown drivi covered 41 yards in nine plays Barnes, Lusby and Alan Watso punched the ball to the six from where Miller scored. Th same group clicked for 76 yard on six plays in the next drive Barnes popped through the lei side for the touchdown from yards out. Barnes, Lusby and Watson ach retired for the day after 10 two drives. Barnes had 61 ards on five carries, Watson 9 on three and Lusby 28 on Bull went In for the next wssession. and all he had to o was hand off once from his ight-yard line. On a play simi- ar, to Barnes' scoring run, Davis outran everyone down the eft side for a 92-yard touch- own. The next series featured a 30- ard pass from Bull to splil nd Kelvin O'Brien, but the rive fizzled at the 11 anc jrought on Little's first field goal. BULL SCORED Bull then engineered his mos repressive march, an eight play, 85-yarder. Davis had runs of 26 and 17 yards, and B u 1 scored from 28 yards. Little kicked his 50-yard field goal after Reggie Craig couldn' juite hold a third-and-12 pass from Bull. Another series ended when Bull's long pass slipped off Joe Jackson's fingertips. Miller directed the final two :ouchdown drives, scoring-himself from 50 and two yards out. Fuchs had runs of 29 and 28 yards In the finale, surprising some observers with his outside speed. Freshman Sammie Singleton, who played several positions in high school and started presea. son practice at fullback, is now working at defensive right end. Arkansas will practice today, but will not scrimmage Saturday. College Season Gets Underway Notre Dame Opens With Tech All Decorum From jjennis Courts "FOREST HILLS, N.Y. CAP) -- At the U.S. Open, the big -question is, what's happened to tennis crowds, anyhow? Tennis audiences used to be the most sedate in sports. When : a player prepared to serve, you could hear a pin drop. In the · course of a rally, it was a capi- ;tal offense to sneeze or clear 'your throat. Also, with thousands in the stands, it always was a dreadful breach of etiquette to get · hungry or suddenly have to go to the bathroom. .'.; "Will the spectators please ; refrain from moving while play :,is In progress," the umpire re,- ; peatedly admonishes. The r u l e ','has been: don't dare move until · the players change courts. · ! No more. ;! All of tennis' traditional par; lor decorum and lace-and-ruf- ! ties nicety have suddenly gone I down the drain. It's a differed ; crowd now. It's a football or ; bull ring crowd -- a loud, bois | terous, popcorn-eating, beer ' guzzling breed. ;i "I think Team Tennis is re ;! sponsible," says Bob Howe, the '; Australian who Is assistant di ·! rector of the U.S. Tennis Cham~-' pionships. i "They're bound to get .; worse." says Charles Tucker, · ; the West Side chairman. World Team Tennis admits ; · that it fosters fan involvement. i It encourages supporters to " - bring out bells and horns and · ' , their worst manners. It is seek' ing to appeal to the baseball, j basketball, hockey fan as well -i' as the lennis fan. · ; But the tennis purists rebel at '. the idea. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ""Only a few months ago I felt our biggest challenes this year would be our schedule and ourselves," says Ara Parseghian, coach of Notre Dame's defending national champions. Having come out second best a g a i n s t themselves, Notre Dame is about to begin its schedule. The Fighting Irish, third in The Associated Press preseason poll, met Georgia Tech in Atlanta Monday night in a nationally televised game ABC-TV, 9 p.m., EOT). The college football reason actually gets under way Saturday with a slim schedule of 20 games involving at least one major team. The national TV slate opens at 4 p.m., EDT, with I2th-ranked UCLA facing 16th-rated Tennessee in Knoxville. North Carolina State, No. 18, begins defense of its Atlantic Coast Conference crown a1 Wake Forest while 15th-rankec Arizona State entertains No. 11 Houston in a night contest. New Mexico State is at Wichita Slate for a Missouri Valley Conference meeting. Bull Shoals Fishing BULL SHOALS' Highway 125 Boat Dock says that largemouth, smallmouth and Kentucky bass are being taken on the surface or near the surface on M minnow type lures twitched. White bass fishing has slowed down. Trptlining is good with minnows and blood bait. . TROUT fishing at Olliver son's Trout Resort on White River has been exceptionally good. The usual baits -- espe cially crayfish tails and Flatfish gold lures -- have been attracting good strings of rainbows. Rookie Signed PHILADELPHIA (AP) -The Philadelphia 76ers say the have signed rookie center Ha vey Catchings of Hardin-Sim mons and veteran Bob Rule. Catchings, 23, 6-foot-9!£, w.a a third-round selection in th National Basketball Associate college draft this year. The remainder of Saturday's hedule: East Tennessee State at Ap- alachian State, night; Dayton Drake; Cal Poly, Rr resno State, night; K« pmona at int State Central Michigan; Memphis ;ate at Louisville, night; Mis- ssippi at Tulane. night; Wilam Mary at Mississippi ate, night; Northern Illinois t McNeese State, night; Oreon State at Syracuse; Sacra- lento State at Pacific, night; illanova at Richmond; San ose State at Santa Clara, ght; Arkansas State at South- estern Louisiana, night; Tama at UT-Chaltanooga, night, Texas-Arlington at Western Michigan. Notre Dame's biggest con- ern is the secondary, where nly Reggie Barnett returns ob Zanot and Tim Simon Were ost with knee injuries in prac- ce while Luther Bradley, one f last year's sensational fresh men, was one of six players uspended from school for ·reaking dormitory rules. Two other 1973 freshmen,' de- ensive ends Ross Browner and Willie Fry, also were . suspended, along with speedy run- ling back Al Hunter. Eric Pen- ck, a starting halfback, suf- 'ered a severe ankle injury in spring practice while guard Steve Quehl was injured in a summertime truck mishap. "Injuries, accidents and suspensions have changed the pic- are radically," says · Parseg- lian. "Now we must regroup and face the challenge of jouncing back from adversity." Pepper Rodgers, Georgia Tech's new coach, isn't having any of that. "Notre Dame's losing those people is like the man with $10 million who lost a million dollars," Rodgers says. "He's still got $9 million left." The Irish don't know too much about Georgia Tech, but they are well aware that Rodgers' UCLA team knocked off Nebraska, another defending national champion, in the 1972 opener. TONIGHT ON KNWA Fiyetteville H.S. Bulldogs vs. Bentonville Tigers 7:30 P.M. 103.9 mg Ch. 13 on CAW If you can't attend the games, follow the entire schedule of the Fiyetteville Bulldogs on KNWA Marty Mary's COACHMAN Restaurant 1212 N. 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