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· NortSwujt Arkansas TIMES, Serf., Sept. 1, 1974 ' F A Y E T T E V I L L e . ARKANSAS Professional Baseball American League New York Boston Baltimore Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit Oakland Texas Kan Cily Chicago Minnesota California ..East W L 73 63 72 65 72 65 67 69 67 72 63 74 West 80 50 73 67 69 68 69 70 68 70 54 55 Pet. .637 .526 .526 .493 .482 .460 .576 .521 .504 .496 .493 .388 GB IVi 6.. 10W 7% 10 11 lite 26 New Coach's Inaugural Successful FHS Dogs Top Bentonville Friday's Results Baltimore 2-1, Cleveland 0-0 New York 6, Detroit 2, 6'A nings, rain; 2nd game ppd., rain Milwaukee 2, Boston 0 California 4, Chicago 2 Texas 5, Oakland 4, 11 innings Only games scheduled Saturday's Games Ballirnore (Grimsley 1C-12) at Cleveland (G. Perry 18-9), Milwaukee (Colborn 8-12) at Boston (Cleveland 9-12) Detroit (Fryman 5-7 and Walker 4-3) at New York (Gura 1-0 and May 6-2), 2 Texas (Bibby 18-16) at Oakland (Abbott 54) Minnesota (Decker 14-11) at Kansas City (Fitzmorris 10-4), N Chicago (Kucek 1-0) at California (Ryanl7-15), N Sunday's Games .. Baltimore at Cleveland Milwaukee at Boston Detroit at New York Minnesota at Kansas City Texas at Oakland Chicago at California By G R A N T HALL TIMES Sports Editor BENTONVILLE - Ever since Doyne Davis became the Fayetteville football coach last spring, Bulldog fans have looked forward to this season. Neither Davis nor the Bulldogs disappointed Friday night, as Fayetteville defeated Bentonville 14-6. Frank Broyles,-one of many Fayetteville residents who attended the game, said, "Fayetteville executed its plays better than most teams c o u l d in a first ball game, particularly under a new coach. You can see that Coach Davis has drilled his team well in fundamen- fake and eased zone [rom two National League East Pittsburgh St. Louis Philaphia New York Montreal Chicago Los Angeles Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran San Diego Frida W L Pet. 74 63 .540 73 65 .529 68 63 61 55 West 86 51 83 55 62 67 75 »9 77 70 63 50 .493 .467 .452 .407 .628 .601 .554 .511 .457 .360 GB 2'/ 2 6 Vi 10 12 18 10 16 23 Vi 37 at iday's Results Philadelphia 4, Chicago 3 San Francisco 2, Atlanta 0 Los Angeles 3, Cincinnati 1 Pittsburgh 2, Montreal 1 St. Louis 3, New York 0 Houston 4, San Diego 3 Saturday's Games San Diego (Jones 7-19) Houston (Griffin 12-8) Philadelphia (Carlton 14-10) at Chicago (Bonham 10-18) Los Angeles (Messer'smith 166) at Cincinnati (Kirby 9-8) New York (Matlack 12-10) at St. Louis (Gibson 842), N Montreal (Torrez 11-8) at Pittsburgh (Reuss 15-9), N San Francisco (Barr 11-8) at Atlanta (P. Niekro 16-11),N Sunday's Games Montreal at Pittsburgh San Francisco at Atlanta Philadelphia at Chicago Los Angeles at Cincinnati New York at St. Louis San Diego at Houston Broyles added, "Fayetteville had lo be fundamentally sound, because Bentonville was more physical. Really, both learns executed well." Said Davis, "I have to admit that we moved tiie ball well on oFFe'nse, and played good de- 'ense except tor one drive. We .ost a couple of fumbles, which [ had been afraid of, but we lad a good four-quarter effort-no one got tired." It was a good thing, because Bentonville packed eight plays, six points and an onside-kiekoFI recovery into the last 1:20 of the game. NEAR-SHUTOUT Fayetteville appeared headed for a 14-0 shutout victory unti quarterback Lawson. Osburn was thrown for an 11-yard'loss on fourth and six from Ihe Ti ger 36 with 1:30 to play. Ben tonville ultimately scored on i 18-yard pass from Marty Case.\ to tailback Alan Dean with 32 seconds left'. "If I had it to do over, punt," said Davis. "But called a play-action pass, because we needed lo throw under pressure. Also, our punt coverage had been weak, and I was afraid Felix Robinson might return one on us." Davis praised the running of tailback Michael Jackson and fullback Brian Ricks. Jackson, a junior who did not play football last year, showed an ability to cut quickly while picking up 72 yards on 19 carries. Ricks plundered the middle for 56 yards in 16 bursts. Quarterback Lawson Osburn had a good first game, running for one touchdown and throwing for the other. Facing fourth down on the second play for. the second quarter, Osburn made a good into the end yards out. In the final period, Osburn connected win tight end Larry Atha for a 39-yard touchdown pass. Atha broke the first tackle and outran the secondary. Osburn completed three of six passes for 65 yards, with Atha catching all three. MCCLELLAND SHINES Fayetteville led the Tigers 149 in first downs and 221-127 in otal offense, 156 to 78 rushing and 65 to 49 passing. Bentonville completed only four of 10 passes against a Bulldog secondary anchored by safety Greg McClelland. "Greg had a couple of outstanding tackles," said Davis. He also Intercepted a pass, kicked both extra points, punted four times for a 30.5 average and kicked off three times for a 57-yard average. Scott Mundy also had an interception for the Bulldogs, and joined halfbacks Clark Lewis and Scott Stunberry in knocking down several passes. The game started quite inauspiciously for Fayetteville. Monty Stiers' kickolf caromed backward off Ricks to the three-yard line, and Rick Taylor c o u 1 (1 only return to the seven. T w o short gains and a fumbled snap later, the Bulldogs had to call timeout becaiise they had no fullback in the game to block for the punter. Bentonville started its first possession from the Bulldog 40, but stopped itself with two clip ping penalties. One diminishei a 21-yard completion to fullback Scott Bailey, and the other wip ed out a 13-yard run by Dean cy into a weak pass on fourth ind five from the 35. GROUND GAME CLICKS Fayelteville then got its [round game going with Ricks ind Jackson. Alternating car- 'ies, each ran for two first IOWDS as the Bulldogs moved o the Tiger 17 in nine plays. The drive ended when defensive ·nd Joe Hurtt recovered a bad itch by Osburn, but Fayettevil- e got the ball back two plays atcr on Mundy's diving interception. Jackson and Ricks again raded carries as Fayetteville noved from the Bentonville 39 o the two. Osburn's touchdown was the 10th play of the drive, and came with 11:23 left n the second period. Late in the half, Benlonville drove from its 32 to the Fayetteville eight on runs by Bailey and Dean. Casey found Dean in the end zone with less than a minute to.play, but the touchdown pass was nullified because iight end Chuck Morgan had }een offside. Sent back to first and goal from the 13, the Tigers tried lo fool Fayetteville with a tailback pass, but McClelland intercepted Dean's throw at the H I Bulldog tackle Dayton Licrley ended the treat by chasing Ca SPIRO, Okla. -- It was a for- unate evening for the Springdale Bulldogs. The Oklahoma 'ersion of the four-legged canine beast spent the evening ierving up tempting scoring Gentry. Pounds Pea Ridge 26-9 In 1-B Play Siloam Cats Bump Jay By 21-0 Tally ipportunities to eleven, but an SILOAM SPRINGS T h e PEA RIDGE -- The Gentry Pioneers opened their new sea- sion in high fashion here Friday evening by swamping Pea Ridge 26-0 in District 1-B football action. The Pioneers scored on their very first possession and never relinquished their strangle hold after that. The Gentry defense allowed only 26 yards rushing and 52 passing. Both teams were a bit rusty for their first game as indicated by the penalty totals. Pea Ridge was penalized 12 times for 100 yards and Gentry seven times for 85 yards. For Pea Ridge Randy Easterling was eight of 14 in the passing department with Jack Brown snagging f i v e . Jackie Ford and Scott Marlow anchored the Pea Ridge defense. Siloam Springs Panthers opened their new season in snappy fashion here Friday evening by whipping out of state challenger Jay, Okla., 21-0. The Panthers used some key interceptions by Jerry Jennison. a fumble recovery by Gene Collins and hard running by tailback Bobby Baer to secure Ihe victory. Siloam scored with 2:37 left in the opening period. Jennison set up the first score when he intercepted a Jay pass and returned it all the way to the enemy 27. Five plays later Jay Kilburn scored on a 14 yard power'play that was direc Led off tackle. James Barnett kicked the extra point for a 7-0 score. The Panthers added another tally with only 1:19 left in the half. Bobby Leach executed the option play to perfection anc pitched to tailback Baer who scampered eitht yards to the end zone. Baer's run capped a 54-yard drive lhat consumed eight plays. The visitors failed Pirates Smash Winslow 62-0 land Pirates unveiled their 1974- mobel offense in fine style here Friday evening by literally swamping the Winslow Squirrels 62-0. In all, the Pirates scored nine gain until Bruce McCleod set up the Bulldogs at the Bentoiv ville 39 by recovering a puht- return fumble by Mike Conn. Osburn jumped on the Tigers ivhile they were down, hitting Atha for the touchdown on the First play. With 5:52 left in the game, Fayelteville led 14-p. Even after Fayetleville's ourth-dowii gamble failed, Ben- .onville seemed stopped until Ihe Bulldogs roughed the passer on third and 10. That allowed lasey to complete a nine-yard an 11-yarder to the touchdown 5ass to Conn, VIorgan and strike to Dean. Stanberry had Dean blanketed in a deep corner of Ihe end zone, but Dean out-wrestled him for the ball. Stiers missed the extra point, but he executed a perfect onside kick that Hurtt recovered at the Fayetteville 48. That was to be the.Tigers' last hurrah. Fayetteville sacked Casey at his 35, and Bentonville faced third and 22 when the g a m e ended. Dean led the Tigers with 54 yards on 16 carries, and Bailey added 30 on nine. Bentonville was penalized eight times for 80 yards, while Fayelteville was flagged seven times for 65 twoTndrelurned 49 yards'! That %»**· Bentonvllte lost two of took care of the half. Fayetteville slopped ...the; home team cold in the..third period, but wasted another good drive with a Fumble. The Bulldogs moved from their 35 to the Tiger four in 13 plays, only to have Stiers catch a Ricks tumble in mid-air. Osburn prevented a long return by riding 19. McLF Neither its five. Concluded Davis, "We've got a long way to go, but now WP have a basis to work from. I was pleased with the enthusiasm of our students at the pep rally today, and with the number of fans who came to see us." * Fayetteville will play Spring- A GOOD DEBUT ... was made by Fayetteville quarterbcak Lawson Osbnrn (10) Friday night. Osburn scored one Springdale Offense Cashes In On Spiro the Arkansas accident-prone Springdale offense could con- and punted own 31. Bur self after a producing a' Reynolds' so vas just off - erl for only two touchdowns a field goal. Nonetheless t was plenty good enugh for -in inaugural night 16-0 victory over their out-of-state foes. The Spiro bunch continually ields impressive football credentials. Spiro competes in the AA division and reached the state semifinals last year before bowing to Broken Bow. Springdale's defense didn't waste much time in setting up the first appetizing scoring opportunity. Randy Bilderback scooped up a fumble at the Spiro 49 early in the first period. Bilderback then switched to offense and zipped to the Spiro 35 on a second-down situation. Quarterback David Reynolds and 225-pound fullback Mark Zulpo exhibited some promising r u n n i n g as they moved the ball to the Spiro four before disaster struck via a pass interception. Spire's version of the wishbone bogged down on the next series and Snrindale, after a punt from the semed intent on Pierce had scoring posi booted a s! a 16-0 lead. For the i Springdale had for mi entrenched territory. S tislieal ;ame. war The home team, scoring after to sustain a scoi ·ring held touchdowns, scored four three while attempt and the 14-0 score held up until the second half. The two teams played on virtually even terms until 8:57 remained in the contest. Linebacker Gene Collins started things off by recovering a Jay fumble at his own 36. From there the Panthers covered 64 yards, capped by Baer's seven- yard r u n . Barnctt was again on target with the extra point for the final 21-0 margin. LATE THREAT Jay, however, did threaten late in the game when they _ . . ,,... reached the Siloam 17-yard line. Robert Ridley On fourth down at the 17 quar- touchdowns and two-point conversions compatriot Jerry Raney scored two touchdowns. Steve Anderson and Dennis Caudle accounted for one each while quarterback Morris Lawson hit Ridley with a 20 yard strike to accout for still another. Greenland's Lawson picked up 134 yards for the evening rushing while Jerry Raney added 124 yards. The total offense figures gave the Pirates 491 yards. Defensively Ridley, Raney and Brian Ashburn led a devastating Greenland charge. For Winslow Jerry Center, a defensive tackle, and Curtis Romero, a defensive halfback, received praise for their work. Greenland returns to action next week against the Moutain- burg Dragons. Court Decision CINCINNATI -- The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the right of a professional football team to require season ticket holder's to purchase both regular, and preseason game terback Bruce Stephens completed a pass to Bill Smith. H o w e v e r , t h e eight-yard completion was one yard short of the distance needed for a first down. Bobby Baer was the Siloam offensive standout. Baer had been a two-year defensive starter and was only changed to offense this fall. Baer ripped off 105 yards on 12 carries including two touchdowns. Jay's tailback led the Oklahoma contingent with 80 yards on 21 carries. Jay moved the ball well during the course of the game but failed to produce points. The Oklahomans had 11 firsl downs to nine for the home team. Jay was not reluctant to pass, throwing 23 times and completing nine, but suffering four interceptions. James Barnett was a pleasant kicking surprise for the winners. Barnett punted for a 40.3 average and was perfect on three extra-point attempts. Siloam, now 1-0, plunges deeper into the 1974 season next week when they take on Rogers. their first missed opporunity Reynolds squirted for a long gainer, but another fumble, this lime at the Spiro 24, killed the second threat. DISEASE CATCHING In the meantime, Spiro Found .he fumble disease catching (en IvicNeil fumbled forward jut his teammates alertly .urned it into a gain rather than jpringdale's ball. The Bulldogs, lowever, had the momentum and by the second period the Arkansas team was ready to threaten once again. Spiro primed their offense and moved to within the Springdale 10, only to lose possession when quarterback Bill Blankenship fumbled. Reynolds and the Springdale contingent look control and moved smartly into enemy territory. In fact, Reynolds provided, two key runs during the drive to thrust the Bulldog offense into scoring position. Zulpo provided some key inside r u n n i n g and scored the game's first touchdown with 3:18 remaining in the h a l f . Stacy Cox trotted on the field eight yards respectable over, First i Springdale Spiro, allov rushing' anc 128-yard to Bulldogs d( fumbles Stiers down at the D RECOVERS am threatened a- ise iro 0 Win T h e home t e a m duce a first down only out to their ke redeemed him- · previous fumble, key run to set up oring burst. C o x f target this time ore at 13-0. 3d in desperation to game in an attempt ck points, but Mike other ideas and Springdale intercepts led his team into .ion again and Cox iort field goal For cst oF the contest remained as they 5st of the contest, deeply i n S p i r o ibstitutes took the jsses filled the air. 'ail. Springdale had r first victory of the schoolboy grid sea- I lally. easily won the sta- as well as the Arkansas Dogs 5 yards rushing and 5 passing . for i 263-yard total. How- imG mistakes CSTOG of four fumbles snc "os in psnsltiGS. The defense DOT lied up ing ony 126 yjiruf two passing for a ana L on int field Kickapoo at Springfield ° the B«'M°9S touchdowns and threw jor the o next Friday. speedy sajtey, Felix Robinson. Farmington Breezes Fast Prairie Grove 25-6 Cards Are At It By BRUCE STAPLETON OF the TIMES Sports Staft FARMINGTON -- The Farm- ngton Cardinals are at it again. Hie Redbirds changed coaches, oFFensive lines and defensive se condaries, but t h e results are lasically the same -- minus a ew points for inexperience. "Mday night Farmington breezed past an above average Prairie Grove team 25-6, nailing down their 24th straight victory and in doing so the Cardinals served notice they are -by no means ready to give up their status as reigning power in the state small-school football. Farmington started out in typical Cardinal style against the Tigers, beginning from their own 48 following the opening iickoff and marching 52 yards in 10 plays for the go-ahead touchdown. On the first play from scrimmage, halfback Wesley Stevens shot through a hole over right tackle for a first dawn, and that set the pace For the rest oF the drive. Bill cooper romped anc stomped for several big gainers and Floyd Shelly finally capoec things oFf with a 5-yard dash for paydirt. A 15-yard penalty made for a long 2-point attempt, which went for naught, and the score held at 6-0 Farmington with 7:46 left in the First quarter. The Tigers also got off an impressive start after the ensuing kickoff, as halfback Ryan McDonald swept right end on a pitchout for 18 years, followec by a couple of short gainers to near midfield. A pair of mo lion oenalties killed the brief drive there however, forcing a punt to the Farmington 31. Cooper, Shelly a n d Stevens vere again the big guns as the Cardinals launched another sus- ained drive, capped this time vith a 23-yard -end sweep by Cooper for the TD. A pass at- empt for two extra points fell ncomplete, leaving the score at 2 0 Favmington with 27 seconds eft in the opening stanza. SHORT DRIVE Again the Tigers launched a short drive of · their own, set up by nifty kickoFf return by Steve Moore to the Tiger 39. The running oF McDonald and lackie Hulet moved the ball to the Cardinal 31 but Cooper, who plays linebacker on defense, recovered a fumble at that point LO put the Redbirds back on the offensive. This time it was no go, however, as the Prairie Grove defense forced a punt by Joey Pierce to the Tiger 32. On the First play From scrimmage Farmington lackie Ricky Ham moncl recovered a Fumble, but a penalty nullified Doug Edwards' only pass, completion o the night and kept the Cards From advancing any Further. Mistakes continued 'to plague both teams throughout the sc cond quarter, as Farmington's Kevin Benish blocked a Tigei punt, only to have James Fos ter for Prairie Grove recover a fumble two plays later. The Tigers wasted no time in fumbling away their own chance, with G a r y Cooper picking up the stray pig-skin and setting up the final F,armington drive of the first half frnm the PG 28-yard lin pounded his w and Stevens to here to push nargin to 18-0 \ mle leFt in th 'or two was ag hat's the way lalftime. Fumbles cent he Tigers in 111 as Gary Coope on to a stray setting the Care 'rairie Grove Stevens one-twc trick once mor nals, covering six plays, capr 2-yard burst Eoi ngton touchdon ftedbir.ds opted tra point and uprights to ma ington with 8:12 quarter. SERIOUS Prairie Grove- ious threat la stanza, after S recovered a r been blocked b A quick look-ir back Aaron Sn Mike Phipps c to the Farmini Donald carried to the 18. A Face-mask Tigers back n another nice r and a penalty ton put Prairi business. An on a fourth a at the Cardin stymied that th cmarter ended. and calmly sp!;t the for a 7-0 score that u n t i l halftime. uprights held up Springdale's a g g r e s s i v e defense started things off early in the third period by sacking t h e S p i r o quarterback causing a fumble in process. Cliff Cordes led and Ihe t h e defensive charge. The Bulldogs took possession on Ihe Spiro 10 but failed to produce points in four tries. Spiro, however, was still in a generous mood. On the very next series the home-standing unit fumbled again, this time on their own 2Q. With Zulpo sidelined by a knee injury, Kerry B u r k reported in and teamed . with Roger Penny to put the visitors on the Spiro eight. However, still another miscue, a fumble, thwarted that REYNOLDS SCORES David Reynolds finally got the Bulldogs on the Scoreboard in Ihe fourlh period with an eight-yard keeper. The Bulldogs had taken possession on the Spiro 31 after Steve Travis's punt was killed on the Spiro Bill Cooper to the nine took it in from Farmington atxul a mi- the half. The try ain no good and things stood at :inued to plague le third quarter, :r again latched one this time the distance in by Cooper's Shelly split the punt 'Which hat " Rick Pershall ... , - . ally set the momentarily, bul y McDonald imcomplete pass and two situation 10, however Prairie Grove finally madi good on its 'bid for a louchdowr midway through the fourtl stanza, starting a drive nea midField after a Farmingtoi put. A pass interference penal ty, along with a 22-yard pas From Smith to Phipps, carried the Tigers to the Cardinals .four-yard line. Moore drove the two and Hu let carried it in from there fo the Tigers' lone touchdown. Tin try for two was no good am with 5:36 to play the score slooi 25-6, which held up the rest o Ihe game. Farmington had 242 yards to lal offense, all of it rushing along with 13 first downs t nine for Prairie Grove. Bi Cooper had 119 yards on 18 car ries lo lead all ground-gainers while Stevens had 57 on nin trips and Shellv 52 nn 12. BENISH OUTSTANDING Defensively for Farmington Benish had nine unassiste tackles and four assists, whil Ricky Hammond had five unas sisted and seven assists. Benis also did an outstanding job a oFfensive guard along with hi line partner, tackle Les Smith Smith. First-year Farminglon coac Charlie Phillips also had specia praise for his two safeties, Bill Carter and Gary Conner. "Car ler's a junior and Cooper's sophomore." Phillips pointe out, "and this was their Firs game at safety. I was scare to death beFore the game, hi they both did an outstanding jo and got a good initiation agains Smith's passes. ·/" 'I was also pleased with A offensive line. We are real incx ' icrieneed there and 1 thougl *(\ they came through well. An of course Bill (Cooper) did great job on both sides oF tr (TIMESpholo by Charlcj Cunningham) CARDINAL YARDAGE ... Farmington's Wesley Stevens is surrounded by Prairie Grove tacklers after pickinn wp another flood (jnz'n in early action last night in Farmington. Prairie Grove tlejenders are Gary Bartholomew.(33), James Foster (77), Rich Pershall (SO), Mitchell Jones (32), and Scott Phipps (10). Farmington won the game 25-fi. TR1-LAKES ANTENNA Salei and Ssrvtce New Ui«d Antenna* C«lor · Black Whit* Boosters · Tow*rs Frc« EstfmatM 751-7927 ne." Phillips also had praise for ie Prairie Grove defense, espe- ally tackle Jnmcs Foster line- acker Jackie Hulet and cor- erback Ryan McDonald. "I ink Prairie Grove is better ian some people realize," liillips said, "and they showed tonight." Next week Farminglon etilers zark ConFercnce action in a oad game with Elkins. Prairie jrove will also he on the road, gainst non - conference foe untsville. Friday night's clash as the opener for bolti teams, armington is a member of the lass B Ozark Conference while raire Grove participates in lislrict 1-A North. Pro Football Standings VORLD FOOTBALL LEAGUE W L T Pet. PF PA lorida 7 3 0 .700 1 7 9 1 3 4 Jew York 6 4 0 .600 219 1 5 8 Philaphia 4 6 0 .400 2 4 9 2 0 2 "acksonv 4 6 0 .400193 1 9 5 Cenlnil Division Birmham 9 0 0 1.000 2 3 4 1 3 8 lemphis 7 2 0 .778 2 6 2 1 8 8 Jhicago 7 2 0 .778 2 5 2 2 1 5 Detroit 0 10 0 .000 145 254 Western Division . Calif 6 4 0 .BOO 2 1 6 1 8 2 louston 3 5 1 .380 82 158 ortland 2 7 1 .250 131 227 Hawaiians 1 8 0 .200 174 279 Friday's Results Florida 17, New York 15 Southern California 1, De- roil 7 Portland 15, Hawaiians 8 Saturday's Games Chicago at Birmingham, N Houston at Memphis, N N A T I O N A L FOOTBALL LEAGUE Exhibition Games Friday's Results Buffalo 23, New York Giants 17. overtime Green Bay 26, Cincinnati 24 Kansas City 31, St. Louis 16 Washington 7, Baltimore 6 Speedway Racing Set Chester Stevens has announced that the FayelteviUs Speedway will operate on Saturday nights through September. Races that were rained out on Labor Day have been rescheduled for September 21 at 6:30 p.m. Normal race time is 7:30. There will also be a drawing for prizes on the 21st. 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