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Htghfy Regarded LR HaH Upset Northwest Arkania» TIMES, Sat., S*p». 7, 1974 FAYCTTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Top Ranked Northeast Drops Little Rock Central BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lltlln Rock Hull's football learn stepped out of character Friday night. The Warriors' usually effective passing nltack was a disaster and the Warriors committed two errors untypical of Hall teams of the past, As a result, the ninth-ranked Warriors lost to West Memphis 13-6 -- Hall's first loss to a non- confcrcnce team in 11 years Top-ranked North Little Rock Northeast took advantage of Conway miscucs for a 27-7 victory over the Wampus Gals. Second-ranked Blythcville turned Bruce Hay mid Dan Davis loose on Helena and came away with a 13-7 decision. Little Hock Central, No. 3 in the preseason poll, blanked Marianna 13-0. Fifth-ranked Hot Springs whipped Malvern 21-0. and sixth-ranked Fort Smith Southside turned two North Little Rock Ole Main errors into a 140 decison over the seventh- ranked Wildcats. Scott Irwin scored one touchdown and passed for another as eighth - ranked Pine B l u f f blasted Forrest City 22-7. Wingback Reginald Scott led Texas High to a 14-0 victory over 10th ranked Texarkana. Fourth-ranked Little Rock Parkview clobbered Little Rock McClellan 34-6 Thursday night. Jerry Dorscy made the b i g plays for West Memphis. He blocked a punt in the first half that the Blue Devils recovered at the Hall 16. Three plays later, Leonard Clay scored from the one. Hall narrowed the margin to 7-6 on Lawrence Green's two-yard scoring run In the third period. Dorsey applied the clincher midway through the final period. Alex Harmon dropped back to pass but fumbled. Dorsey scooped up the loose ball and raced 30 yards for the score. Hall completed only four of 27 passes. David Wilson got Northeast off and running, returning the opening kickoft 80 yards for a touchdown. Three Conway fumbles led to 17 other Charger points. Hay threw two touchdown passes to Davis, one for nine yards and the other for eight yards. The first ended a 60- yard drive that began with the opening klckoff. The second followed a fumble recovery at the Cougars' 16 and gave Blytheville a 13-0 lead in the first period. Safety Jay Pettit returned an intercepted pass 25 yards for. Central's first touchdown. The Tigers' other score came on a 10-yard run by tailback Michael Hall on the first play of the fourth quarter. Hot Springs scored in each of the first three quarters. Kenneth Hale scored on a five-yard run, Kyle Hudson and Larry Jackson combined on a 40-yard scoring pass and Dale Marlow raced two yards for a TD. So nth side drove 28 yards for its first touchdown following a pass interception with Steve Matthews going the final eight yards. The other Rebel score came when Dave Hamilton Scott scored on a 45-yard punt return and also caught a five-yard pass from Don Morris picked up a blocked punt and raced five yards. Ole Main lost the ball twice inside the Southside 10 In the third period, once on a fumble and once on downs. Pine Bluff's Irwin ran f i v e c »ampionsliip. yards for a touchdown t h a t : L lllo Rock Catholic broke gave the Zebras a 10-0 lead ; awa -V from Little Rock Mills in Sylvan Hills' 25 on four occi' sions and also gave up the ball inside its 20 two times. with 25 seconds remaining in| Three members of AAA-West the first half. Texarkana went i took on nonconference oppo- [13-0 last year and won the state ncnls and came away with victories. ; Russellvillc whipped Benton, member of AAA-Central, 20- with 34 seconds remaining in 'he second half and went on to 12. the half. Forrest City narrowed a 27-14 victory in a nonconfe- the lead to 10-7 but Clarence Steward put the Zebras safely rence game. The score was lied 8-8 at the half. Jeff DeVazier scored on runt of one and four yards as Class AAA Jonesboro rallied in the second half to defeat Class AA ahead when he bulled three! Jacksonville and Sylvan Hills yards for a TD that made it 16- failed to settle anything in a Balesville 14-3. Both of Jones- 7. Irwin iced it with a 13-yard'AAA-Central-conference game.-bora's touchdowns followed scoring pass to split end John;The two teams battled to a 0-0 fumble recoveries. Balesvilla Perry. [tie. Jacksonville penetrated the I led 3-0 at the half. West Fork Forges To Early Lead But Danville Notches 20-7 Non-League Decision DANVILLE -- The West Fork Tigers forged to an early 7-0 first quarter lead, but couldn't hold off tlie depth-laden Danville Little Johns the r e s t of the way as the .Tigers absorbed a 20-7 non-conference loss here last night. After forcing a Danville punt, West launched a drive from deep in its own territory with halfback John Schuster racing Brock Baffles New York Mets Clarksville Pops Lincoln Wolves 14-0 C L A R K S V I L L E -- T h e Lincoln Wolves found things bit frustrating as they dropped their season opener to a hardy Clarksvillc bunch 14-0 here Friday evening. Lincoln certainly had their chances. On the first offensive play quarterback Preston Brock completed a long pass with two receivers wide open, however, a collision between the t w o teammates prevented a touchdown and stalled the drive. On the next series the Woves broke a sweep to the Clarksville seven, but the play was called back on the game's only clipping penalty. The passing game was t h e most fertile point of attack for Wolves. Qaurterback Brock threw for 126 yards and favorite receiver Leonard Cox snagged four of them. Yet it was the running game that failed the Lincoln bunch precisely wher it was needed. Lincoln running backs could produce only, 45 yards for the evening, a situation sure lo be remedied by next week. Lincoln's defense played wel holding Clarksville . pointless until midway in the thirr stanza. The first touchdown came when Mike Hardy intercepted a Lincoln aerial and rar 30 yards to the endzone. The home team faked the extra point kick and Clifford ft charged into the endzonc for the two pointer, Clarksville struck again late in the period with a 40 yar drive canped by Clifford May's one yard burst off tackle. The extra noint ailed leaving Clarksville in command 14-0. Defensively Jim Goodwin Mike McGarrierc and Preston Brock performed well for th Wolves. Next Week Lincoln returns t action with a road trip to Wes Fork. lie final 65, yards for the 'igers' lone touchdown. Duane Junkie booted the extra point nd with 4:18 remaining In the pening stanza, West Fork held surprising 7-0 lead over the avored Johns. Danville picked up its first ouchdown with 11:40 left in the alf when halfback Justin Velch struck from nine yards nit to cap a sustained drive ty the Little Johns. Kenneth Gilkcy ran for the 2-point con- 'ersion lo put Danville aheac o slay at 8-7. The Danville Irive had been helped along by pair of 15-yard penalties igainst West Fork, and penal- ies continued to'plague the vis- tors throughout the game. With only 12 seconds left in he half, Danville picked up Its second six-pointer when Billj Wells barely lunged in from one ard away after West Fork hat leld for three clowns-inside the 'ivc. The extra point altemp ivas no good this lime, but the Johns took a 14-7 lead to the dressing room. Danville accounted for it inal touchdown with si: minutes to go in the game after an interception set them at the West Fork 31-yard line. Welch sprinted in from 1 yards out for the score, am :he extra point try again failed leaving the count at 20-7 Dan ville. The Little Johns had an edgi i team statistics, with 29 yards total offense on 244 yard rushing and 46 passing, con- pared to 152 rushing and 6 passing for a West Fork tola offense of 214. Danville had 2 "irst downs to 14 for the Tigers The big difference statistic ally was in penalties, wher West Fork absorbed 105 yard on 11 infractions to 45 on fiv Danville. Each team los one fum'jle apiece. Individually, Schuster had 10 yards on nine carries for Wes Fork, while Welch gathered 7 yards on 16 tries for the Liltl Johns. Defensively for West Fork coach Alvy Early had specia praise for his tackles Rolan Rollins and Chuck Sieber along with guard Danny Kaugh man. He also sighed the defen sive secondary of Schuster an Dunkle for their performance. "I thought we played a goo. ball game," Early said "considering Danville is expei ted to be a contender for th state championship this yea They are an exceptionally quic football team with great depth They just wore us down in tha second half." Danville compete in the Class B Arkansas Confe cncc. while West Fork recent! moved up to District 1-A North Gravette Passing Defeats Decatur GRAVETTE -- The Gravette 1 Lions rode the pinpoint passing o f all-district quarterback Robert Hatfield as the 1-A North contenders raced past Decatur 49-16 in a non-conference game last night in Gravette. The Lions picked up their first touchdown w i t h 6:15 remaining i n t h e opening period when Hatfield and halfback Gil Eaton combined on a 48-yard pass play, followed by a Hatfield to Eddie Scanflin pass for the two extra points. With 5:45 left in the second q u a r t e r , Hatfield unwound again, this time connecting with end Vernon Meek for a 10-yard aerial to cap a 65-yard Gravette drive. Lee Donnell kicked the extra point to hand the Lions Bruce Wibank to cap a Ion Irive. Bruce Bailey passed tojsp r j n g s Scantlin^fpr the two points to Ashdo a 15-0 advantage. Gravette's third 6-pointer came with only 14 seconds showing .in the first half, with Hatfield and Meek again providing the fire-power on a 12-yard aerial combo, as Meek toeci the left skit l i n e for a spectacular catch. This time the extra point kick was no good, leaving the halftime score al 21-0 GravcUc. Decatur finally got on the Scoreboard with 4:50 left in the third quarter, with signal-caller Roger Bulldog Jackson going the final three yards on a quartrback sneak. The touchdown had been set up on a pas's interception by Decatur's Donald Byrum. Jackson passed to Dale Rusow for the two-point conversion and the Bulldogs were briefy hack in the ball game at 21-8. Graveltc bunched a lot ni scoring into the fourth quarter starting tilings off with 10:1' left In the game on an 8-yar( pass from Halficld to fullback St. Louis Whiz Now Has 101 ST. LOUIS AP) -- "It's like rying to keep water from gong over the dam," an amazed :arry Parker conceded. "You now what's coming, but you're the New York owerless." And Parker, Jets' right-hander, spoke from Irst-hand experience after he /as smitten on successive /itches Friday night by base- teallng star Lou Brock. Brock exploded after drilling single for the St. Louis Cardi- als to open the eighth in a 3-0 }ards win. One pitch later the flying per- former was on second with his 100th theft of the season and on the next delivery, with a crowd of 21,832 roaring, he was at third with No. 101. "It's amazing, and I guess it would be kind of fun to watch him if you weren't the pitcher on the mound," said Parker, who had relieved Mets' starter Jerry Koosman at the start of the inning. "But he's the best baserunner in the major leagues as far as I'm concerned," Parker acknowledged. "Even though he's old as far as ballplayers are concerned, he hasn't slowed down that much." In the Cards' clubhouse the feat was taken in stride by the 35-year-old Brock, who reposed stripped to the waist on a stool. "It's you guys who are worried about when I'm going to break the record, not me," he said mirthfully. "I've got time. How about you?" Time, indeed is In Brock's favor in his relentless pursuit of Maury Wills' once seemingy impregnable record of 104 for one season. Whereas Wills, now a net- work 101st broadcaster, stole his during a 1962 playoff ame in October, the fleet Cart n a 1 s ' matching accomplishment ame with 24 regular season games to go. "Maury thinks he may be in town tomorrow night," advised Brock, who has been in close contact with the former Los Angles Dodgers star. "This isn't something that's taking away from his acom- plishment. What this does really Is help people relive, what he did 12 years ago." : Arkansas Scores HIGH SCHOOL LR Central 13, Marianna 0 Pine Bluff 22, Forrest City 7 West Memphis 13, LR Hall 6 LR Catholic 27, LR Mills 14 NLR Northeast 27, Conway 7 Texarkana, Tex., 14, Texar- tana, Ark., 0 Hot Springs 21, Malvern 0 FS Southside 14, NLR Ole Main 0 Mountain Home 28, Marshall 0 Blytheville 13, Helena 7 Springdale 16, Spiro, Okla., 0 Fayelteville 14, flentonville 6 Russellville 20, Benton 12 Van Buren 35, Alma 0 Searcy 27, Joe T. Robinon 13 Stuttgart 14, Morrilton 12 Paragould 19, Wilson Rivercrest 0 Camden 27, Camden Fairview Berryville 21, Huntsville 14 McGchee 18, Dermolt 0 Wynne 27, Newport 0 Warren 18, Lake Village 13 Horatio 12, Bismarck 0 Mountain Pine 7, Mount Ida 6 Harding Academy 35, Woodlawn 0 Star City 9, Dumas 6 Watson Chapel 27, White Hal: Lakeside 34, Lake Hamilton 0 Eudora 14, Grady 0 Rison 18, Fordyce 6 Hamburg 35, Monticello 0 Earle 46, Cross County 0 Highland 13, Thayer, Mo., 0 Gravette 49, Decatur 16 Greenbrier 35, Lamar 0 Clarksville 14, Lincoln 0 Corning 41, Greene County Tech 0 Turrell 42, Hoxic 6 Booneville 30, Charleston 0 Stamps 12, Lewisville 0 Pocahontas 27, Gosnell 0 Greenwood 21. Ozark 21, tie Paris 14, Dardanelle 7 Ashdown 17, Hope 0 Lepanto 21, Osceoa 6 Magnet Cove 38. Glen Rose 6 Nashville 7, DeWilt 6 Danville 20, West Fork 7 Jonesboro 14, Batesville 3 Green Forest 20, Yellville 12 Sylvan Hills 0, Jacksonville 0 tie DcValls Bluff 20, Hazen 0 Hampton 20, Harmony Grov 13 Brinkley 28, Marion 6 Harrisburg 8, Haiti, Mo., 6 Bauxite 14, Bryant 13 Mountain View 2B, H e b e 12 pad the Lions' lead to 29-8. The touchdowns then came in rapid-fire succession for Grav- otte, and with an 8-yard run! by halfbak Don Donnell capping another Lion drive, olowed by a missed extra point to leave the core 35-8 vim 6:24 to play. Then with 4:16 to go, reserve quarterback | 3ruce Bailey scampered in] 'rom four yards out for another' score, set up on a pass interception by Gil Eaton. Lee Donncl booted the PAT to make it 42-8 Gravctte. The Lions picked up their final touchdown with 2:06 to play when defensive back Scantlin intercepted a Roger Jackson pass and ran it back 45 yards for the score. Donnell again accounted for the extra point to push the Lions out front 49-8. Decatnr got its final touchdown with 21 seconds to play on a 3-yard quarterback sneak by Jackson following a long drive. Jackson passed (o end Lorenzo Garcia for the two extra points to account for the final 49-16 margin. Gravette dominated the game stats with 447 yards total offense, inluding 276 passing on 16 of 23 completions, mostly by Hatfield. Decatur had 140 yards total offense. The Lions had 17 first downs to 11 for t h e Bulldogs. Bruce Wilbanks garnered 94 yards on nine carries to lead all rushers for Gravette. Next week Gravctte travels to Gentry for another non-conference match, while Decatur heads south to play the Springdale Junior Varsity. Ashdown 17, Hope 0 Strong 20, Smackover 13 Augusta 35, Clarendon 12 Waldron 14, Mansfield 6 Sheridan 21, Dollarway 6 Prcscott 18, Arkadelphia 14 Pocola, Okla., 48. Altus 6 Bradley 14, Dierks 0 Gillett 14, Bearden 0 Walnut Ridge 6, Bald Knob 3 Barton 38. Marvell 0 Crossett 7, Magnolia 6 Mena 13. DcQueen 12 Mineral Springs 13, Gurclon Holly Grove 21, England 20 Booneville 30, Charleston 0 Gould 58, Mayflower 0 Manila 0, Piggott 0, tie Foreman 33, Fouke 0 Oak Grove 21, Clinton 6 DCS Arc 30, Elaine 0 Sparkman 26, Hermitage 0 Atkins 38, Subiaco 6 Stamps 12, Lewisville 0 Mountain Home 28, Marsha I Siloam Springs 21, Jay, Okla Scalper Caught CINCINNATI (AP) -- TV hundred fans were able to bu seats. Friday for the sold-o three-game series between t Cincinnati Reds and the L Angeles Dodgers -- thanks to man accused of ticket scalpin Dale Crooms, 23, of Cinci nati asked the Reds to sell t! tickets for the benefit of St. ^ seph Orphange. He was a rested Friday on a cpmplai by the Reds outside Riverfro Stadium. Crooms told police to arran the sale rather than have t 20t) tickets sitting in the poli property room as evidence. Rain Washes Out Matches Chris Evert Facing Defeat FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) i favorite, from going down the There's a 90 per cent chance rain and a good possibility at Evonne Goolagong, not iris Evert, will meet Billie ean King in the women's final. ut one thing is certain -ere will be a 22-year-old left- anded American in the men's nal at the U.S. Open Tennis lampionships. Rain threatened to wash out e llth day of play at Forest ills today, just as it had kept iss Evert, the reigning Wim- edon champion and U.S. Open drain in Friday's semifinals. Chris was only two games from being beaten when rain postponed her match against Miss Goolagong, with the Aussie leading 6-0, 4-3. But the weather held off long enough for Mrs. King to beat unheralded Julie Heldman. Mrs. King, a thre-Ume winner of the Open and the No. 2 seed behind Chris, had to rally to beat Miss Heldman. who never has won a major title, 2-6, 6-3, 6-1. It was Billie Jean's fifth finals berth in 10 trips to Forest Hills. Los Angeles Rumbles Past Cincinnati 3-1 Y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cincinnati's Steve Garvey lammed a three-run homer in he first inning off Don Gullett, nd Don Sutton and Mike Mar- lall made it stand up for a 3-1 odger victory, increasing Los ngeles' lead in the National eague West to 3Yi games over ie Reds. The Reds left a whopping to- al of 15 men on base, scoring leir only run of the game in ie eighth inning on a leadoff omer by Dan Driessen. When esar Geronimo followed with single. Dodger Manager Waler Alston called in Marshall or the 91st time and the relief ce notched his 20th save. The Dodgers have now won 0 of 13 games against the leds, and six of seven at Cin- innati's Riverfront Stadium. Pirates 2, Expos 1 Dock Ellis pitched hitless ball ver the final seven innings and inished with a three-hitter as ie Pirates beat Montreal 2-1 or their fourth consecutive vic- ory and 10th in 12 outings. The ictory kept Pittsburgh \Vt games ahead of St. Louis in the NL East race. Ed Klrkpatriek's solo homer in the second inning broke a 1-1 tie, and Ellis made it stand up. He has won nine of his last 10 decisions, rebounding from a 38 start. Giants 2, Braves 0 Run-scoring singles by Chris Speler and Tito Fuentes backed the four-hit pitching of John D'cquisto as San Francisco halted Atlanta's four-game winning streak. Astros 4, Padres 3 The San Diego Padres suffered their 10(h consecutive loss as J.R. Richard and Ken Forsch combined on a seven- hitter. Greg Gross drove in two runs with a triple and single to pace the Houston attack. Phillies 4, Cabs 3 Dick Ruthven scattered eight hits and also drove in a run to help Philadelphia hand Cubs their fifth straight loss. Dave Cash scored once a n d drove in a run and scored another for the Phils. In the men's semifinals Miss ivert's fiance, Jimmy Connors, vas lo play another 22-year-olc eft handed American, Roscoe Tanner. Two veteran Australians oth two-time winners here, de 'ending champion John New :ombe and Ken Rosewall, were ;o battle in the other match. Connors, the lop seed, hac topped Rosewal lin the Wim sledon final while Miss Ever look her Wimbledon crown b; seating Olga Morozova of thi Soviet Union. Miss Evert, trying to add a Ittle sunshine to the gray day with a bright yellow dress didn't have it easy. The first set shutout was he 'irst since the Australian Open when she lost to Miss Goola gong 7-6, 4-6. 6-0 in the final. Miss Goolagong had a 4- lead in the second set whei with a light rain pelting th grass, referee Mike Blanchar asked if the players wanted t Broyles Praises Bull, Miller, Davis, Fuchs By GRANT HALL TIMES Sports Editor A r k a n s a s Coach Frank ·royles had good things to say out his football team again riday. both in regard to the ay's practice and the previous ay's scrimmage. "Today we worked hard on ,1 the various possibilities of 10 option play, and our quar- erbacks handled them beauti- ully," said Broyos. "Both cott Bull and Mark Miller lowed quick hands." About the scrimmage, Broyles aid, "We were p l e a s e d ith the play of Elijah Davis nd Holland Fuchs. It was the est day each has had. Fticbs nade two or three exceptional added. "The first uns. Broyles ffensive line blocked very eon- istcntly, and the alternate unit mproved over the previous crimmagc." He said the alter ate offensive line would plaj at least once in each half this ear. "How long depends 01 low well they do." he noted. Quarterback Mike Kirklam passed the ball with more authority Friday, b u t stil couldn't return to practice, "He can throw, but he can't laki a snap from center yet becousi of his - wrist," said Broyles 'Mike has had onlv fo"r cl^v of practice since last fall. W inpe he can practice by Mon day." Kirkland snrained his righ wrist two weeks ago. Halfback Teddy Barnes "re- pulled" a muscle Thursday. He won't be back until Monlay, if then." said Broyles. )ouglas still hasn't practiced a day." Davis aso has a pulled muscle. Tight end Doug Yoder ·praincd a knee and linebacker lal McAfee stretched a knee ligament in the scrimmage Thursday. McAfee hurt the same knee on which he under- vent surgery earlier this year, nil said he would be able to jractice Monday. Broyles said ie didn't kno\y when Yoder could return. Tommy Woods missed the Friday practice in order to leave for Texas, where he is to be married today. Davis occupied Woods' oosition as second-team halfback. Safety Bruce Mitchell missed practice with a contusion of the shin, hut secondary Coach Bill Lewis expects him to return Monday. Lewis put Mitchell's injury in layman's language: "He pot kicked in the shin." Besides the elevation of Davis, the only change on the depth chart Friday saw freshman Leotis Harris join Waynian Hawkins at first-team nose guard. The Ra/orbacks held a d u m m v rehearsal this morning, beginning at 11. Broyles moved UD the practice so tfcat the team could watch the UCLA-Tennessee game on television. Boston Continues To Fizzle; Baltimore Sweeps Twinbill BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS! "We're playing good baseball but we just can't get any runs. that's all," Luis Tiant said after the Boston Red Sox were continue. They agreed and i Beaten 2-0 by the Milwaukee Chris narrowed the gap to 4-3 " -- ~"' J before play was suspended. Chris never has beaten Evonne on grass In their three previous meetings, but had an over-all record of 7-4 against the Australian. Brewers and dropped games off the pace of the New York Yankees in the American League East. The Red Sox. once runaway leaders in the East with a seven-game lead just last Aug. 23, However, In the past five I thus continiued to fizzle while months, Miss Evert has been|fhe Yankees and Baltimore Ori- unstoppable. She straight matches and 10 tournaments, including SG'oies continued to sizzle. held onto first 6-2 decision ovcr and has not lost a set since she the Detroit Tigers in the rain- lost one to Lesley Hunt in a 46- " " game match en route to her Boston for second place. Ken Berry and George Scott; cracked run-scoring singles and Milwaukee's Jim Slaton and Tom Murphy combined on a four-hitter, carrying Milwaukee over Boston. For the Red Sox, it was the fourth time they have been shutout in their last five games. Slaton, 11-14, was staked to a 1-0 lead when Don Money led off the game with a double off the left field wall and scored on Berry's single. Tiant, 20-11. then slopped the Brewers until the eighth, when singles by Pedro Garcia. Don Money and Scott produced an insurance run. Since winning bis 20th game of the season, his last three and 1-0 Berryville Nins Hunfsville 21-14 In See-Saw Non-Conference Game BERRYVILLE -- In an excit-] ng nip-and-tuck non-conference ootball game, the running of Jerrvville's Bo Gustin and Bpb- )y Harris overcame the passing of Huntsville's Jim Coger as 3erryville eked out a 21-14 win over the Eagles in the opener 'or 'both teams last night. The Bobcats drew first blood vith about five minutes gone n the opening stanza, as Gustin climaxed a 65-yard drive with a 12-yard run for the touchdown. Gustin also kicked the extra point to give the Bobcats an early 7-0 advantage. Huntsville retaliated with ;hrce minutes remaining in the 'irst halt, with quarterback Jim Coger connecting on a 37-yard areial to wingback Kenny Jeffrey, capping a 70-yard drive by the Eagles. Coger lacked on the PAT to knot the score 7-7 at the half. Stopped on their first series of downs following the second half kickoff. the Eagles punted and Bobby Harris returned it 80 yards for the Bobcats' second touchdown. Gustin again split the uprights oil the extra point to put Berryville on top 14-7 early in the second half. The Eagles found themselves backed up deep in their own territory unable to move offensively. Following a Huntsville punt, the Bobcats set up shop near midfield and Harris sprang loose on a 50-yard rut from scrimmage for the third Berryville touchdown. Gustin again added the extra point am the Bobcats held a commanding 21-7 lead near the end of the third quarter. But Huuntsville refused to give up as the Eagles quickly go I back In the game on a 40-yard . aerial combo from Coger to end bor Sept. 14. Kerry McAllister with six minutes left in the game. That capped an 80-yard Huntsville drive and after Coger's extra point kick put the score at 21-14. It looked like the Eagles would r oe given a golden oppor- unity for the tying touchdovvn late in the game when Berryvil- e apparently fumbled on its own 4-yard line. But the bal had been ruled dead and t h e Eagles weren't able to threaten eeriously the rest of the game Statistically the two teams rated about oven, with Huntsville having a slight edge. The Eagles had 220 yards total of tense, Including 114 passing on 9-12 completions by the marks man Coger. Berryville managei 195 yards total offense, 140 of it on the ground. Huntsville had 12 first downs to eight for the Bobcats. Harris picked up 105 yards on 17 carries to lead all rushers, while Chris Hooper had 60 yards on 15 tries for Huntsville. Next week Hunlsville takes on Prairie Grove al home, while Berryville hosts Cassville, Mo., both non-conference games. Co-Captains Named ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -University of Michigan Quarterback Dennis Franklin and safety David Brown have been named co-captains of the 1974 Wolverine football team. Franklin, of Massillon, Ohio, was All-Big Ten last yftar. Both he and Brown ar« seniors. Michigan also announced Friday that fullback Chuck Heater's twisted knee may sideline him for the Wolverine's season opener against low* in Ann Ar- shorlened, 6'2-mning first game of a doubleheader. The Orioles blanked Wimbledon crown. Her last loss war to Mrs. King dians twice, 2-0 and 3-0, record- Iheir fifth straight shutout in the U.S. Lawn Tennis Associ- for an American League record. ation indoor tournament in New ·Baltimore moved into a tie with York last March. Valiant In Defeat leading the Bentonville Tigers in their opener against F»yelteville Friday was tall- back Alan Dean (33). T h e 170-pound Junior gained 51 yards in 16 carries. S c o t t Mimrty applies Hie stop on this play, with Dayton Mcrley (90) coming up to help. Fay- eltevllle won 14-6. (TIMES- photo by Ken Good)

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