Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 13, 1974 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 13, 1974
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10 · NorthwMt Arkanfat TIMES, Friday, Sept. 13, 1974 rAYlTT«VILL», ARKANtA* Coaches' Quotes Probable Lineups The fans of both Arkansas and Southern California expect great things from their football teams in 1974. Here, on the eve of their teams' much-awaited battle, are comments from the two head coaches, followed by the probabe starting lineups. ARKANSAS FRANK BROYLES -- "This team believes in itself. The players c a n see the improvement, and if we get proper execution from our offense we have a chance to be an improved football team. Most of our objectives in preseason practice seem to be falling into place. Execution at quarterback is a must in this offense, and (Scott) Bull and (Mark) Miller are improving daily if practice ;is an indication. They have con- Ttflence in their ability to run the triple option. Our offensive line continues to improve. , The defense is still bothered by minor injuries causing the missing of valuable practice time and the learning of multiple defenses against the Southern Cal offensive scheme which includes approximately 25 different formations. It will hurry some of our inexperience to ready for such teams as Southern Cal. Our team and our fans have looked forward to playing tefams of such recognized na tional stature as Southern Cal It is a challenge for our young team. It's an awesome task for any team to open with a na tional power and a team tha is a contender for the nationa championship like Southern Cal We should know more of wha is in store for us, having playe them the last two years^-a gainst USC teams that won thi national championship and twi conference championships. We expect them to be improve! over last year. Haden's passin nd scrambling ability can dls- upt any defensive scheme." SOUTHERN CAL'S JOHN MCKAY -- "If I think we're oing to have a real good team, '11 say so. And I think we will his year. We have a chance o win every game we're in, .nd I think we have as good . chance to win the national itle as anyone. · In fact, we're hooting for it, We have as balanced an at- :ack as there is in football. In our skilled positions, the quar- erbacking, the receiving, the 'unning backs, nobody .in col- ege football is better than we are, in my opinion. As for de- ense, we're very strong in what I consider the skilled posi- ' ions--the secondary and the inebackers. Our strength is our speed. Arkansas certainly will Improve. They played us to a standstill in our hometown astyear when they were a roung team. Arkansas will pror ably be on a crusade against us. We've knocked them off .wlce in a row, including 1972, when they were ranked near the top in the polls. Wouldn't you as a coach be ready? And [ have a lot of respect for Frank Broyles. They should have weather advantage in Little Rock. Normally, I don't believe heat should bother you if you're in shape, but our offensive line isn't, pur offensive line is desti- tue with injuries. Many of them have missed several days of practice, and how can you have a great team if you don't practice? Our defense Is healthy, but how can I find out how good it is when no real good blocks team? A football team is like an engine. You take one part out, and you can't tell if the rest of the engine Is good." THIRD TIME FOR 'BATMAN' .. .Southern Col's -All-America linebacker, Richard 'Batman' Wood, toil! 6e planing against Arkansas for the third time Saturday night. He played key rotes in the Trojans' victories the post two years . , . . · . St. Louis Pounds New York Cincinnati Sweeps Atlanta ;y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "Don't b u r y us yet," says the Cincinnati Reds manager. Atler a 9-6, 6-2 doubleheacler weep over the Atlanta Braves Thursday, the Cincinnati Reds icgin an important three-game ;eries with the Dodgers in Los Angeles. The Dodgers, 11-0 winners ver the San Francisco Giants Thursday right, hold a three- Same lead over the Reds in the National League West race. Johnny Bench drove in six runs, four with his fourth ca- ·eer grand slam, to pace Cincinnati over Atlanta in the second game as the Reds com Dieted their sweep Thursday. The Reds got a grand slam lomer from Cesar Geronimo and a solo blast from Tony Perez to win the opener. In the nightcap, Bench hit his 2fllh homer oft lie baseball sea son following Pete Rose's 40th double to give winner Pat Dar cy, 1-0, a 2-0 first inning lead against Lew Krausse, 4-3. It was the third grand slam of the doubleheader. Evans staked Ron Reed, 10-9, to a four-run lead in the second in ning of the first game "with his third career grand slam home run and his 20th homer of th year. Later, the Reds put the garni away as Dan Driessen snappec a 5-5 tie with a two-run duubli in the fifth inning. Dodgers 11, Giants 0 Al Downing pitched a two-hit ter and Ron Cey figured ir three rallies to lead Los-Ange les over San Francisco. Down ing allowed to harmless single s the Dodgers pounded Sam 'rancisco's pitchers for 15 hits. Cards 12, Mels Reggie Smith's 22nd home un of the season touched oft a ix-run, sixth-inning rally that parked St. Louis over New York. The triumph, coupled ilh Pittsburgh's 6-4 loss to 'hiladelphia, lifted the Cards to within Wi games of the Pirates n the National League's East division. Phillies 6, Pirates 4 Mike Schmidt blasted a hree-run homer and Del Unscr smashed a two-run shot in a six-run eighth inning to give Philadelphia its victory over Pittsburgh. Expos 2, Cubs I ·-·. Barry Foote's bases-loadec Rejected Offer OTTAWA (AP) -- Center Tim Young of the Ottawa Kls has decided to play for about $35 a week for one more year in thi Ontario Hockey Association Junior A League. Acting on the advice of hi: lawyer, Young said that he re jected an offer by the Ne\ England Whalers of the Worli Hockey Association. He turnei down a reported $200,000 con tract for five years. "My aim now is to be draftei high next year by the Nationa Hockey League," Young said ncrifice (iy broke n tie in the ghth inning and enabled Monreal to nip Chicago. Partrcs 4, Astros I Fred Kendall hit a home run and Dill Greit pitched a six-hit- tcr, pacing San Diego over Houston. What Rpbert Futtoit did Eva-n, Williams didforBourbonJ Evan Williams Since 1763,Ken*ucKy's 1st Distiller ARKANSAS OFFENSE SE 88 Reggie Craig (6-0, 187, Sr.) LT 74 Gerald Skinner (6-5, 255, Soph.) %G 68 Greg Koch (6-4, 233, Soph.) C 52 Richard LaFargue (8-5, 240, Jr.) RG 63 R.C. Thielmann (S-3, 235, Soph.) RT 70 Lee King (6-3, 245, Sr.) TE 82 Mickey Billingsley (6-2, 215, Soph.) QB 19 Scott Bull (6-4, 206, Jr.) ' or 10 Mark Miller (6-2,188, Jr.) LHB 24 Barnabas White (5-11, 177, Soph.) RHB 85 Ike Forte (6-0, 198, Jr.) KB 32 Marsh White (6-2, 220, Sr.) or 36 Alan Watson (6-1, 200, Soph.) ARKANSAS DEFENSE LE 83 Ivan Jordan (6-2, 209, Jr.) LT 75 Brison Manor (6-4, 232, Sr.) NG 65 Wayman Hawkins (6-2, 228, Jr.) RT 60 Jon Hiddiehoover (6-1, 239, Sr.) RE 44 William Watkins (6-3, 211, Soph.) LB 55 Dennis Winston (6-1, 214, Soph.) LB 76 Hal McAfee (6-0, 210, Jr.) LC 29 Brad Thomas (5-10, 176, Jr.) RC 40 Rollen Smith (6-1.177, Jr.) SS 49 Tommy Harris (6-2, 187, Jr.) FS 26 Floyd Hogan (5-U, 174, Sr.) SOUTHERN CAL OFFENSE TE 89 Jim Obradovich (6-2,.219, Sr.) ST 76 Marvin Powell (6-5, 256, Soph.) SG 64 Joe Davis (6-3, 244, Jr.) C"58 Bob McCaffrey (6-2, 240. Sr.) WG 68 Mike Cordell (6-3 254, Jr.) WT 77 Steve Knutson (6-3, 254, Sr.) SE 25 John McKay (6-0, 180, Sr.) QB 10 Pat Haden (6-0, 174, Sr.) TB 28 Anthony Davis (5-9, 183, Sr.) FL 26 Sheiton Diggs (6-3, 190, Soph.) FB 37 Ken Gray (6-2, 223, Sr.) SOUTHERN CAL DEFENSE OLB 85 Dale Mitchell (6-3, 206, Sr.) LT 79 Gary Jeter (6-3, 237, Soph.) NG 92 Otha Bradley (6-2, 263 ,Sr.) RT, 70 Art Riley (6-4, 248, Sr.) OLB 87 Ed Powell (6-1, 219, Sr.) ILB 83 Richard Wood (6-2, 213, Sr.) ILB 50 Kevin Bruce (5-11, 209, Jr.) LC 46 Danny Heece (5-11, 187, Jr.) RC 24 Marvin Cobb (6-0, 175, Sr.) SAP 48 Doug Hogan (6-4, 206, Jr.) ROV 49 Charles Phillips (6-3, 208. Sr.) Bob Murphy Leads World Open At 65 PINEHURST, N.C. (AP) -- 3ob Murphy was far from un- appy with the first-round 65 hat staked him to the lead in tie $300,000 World Open Golf 'ournament. But he wasn't completely sat- sfied, either. "This was a round that could lave been," the chunky red- lead said Thursday after his ix-under-par effort on the famed No. 2 course at the Pinehurst Country. Club. "It was a good round," Murphy analyzed. 'It could have been a great one." Murphy lipped out two birdie putts and left two others one nch short, dead in the heart of he hole in what he called "my lest round of the year, easily." Murphy, who missed four months of the season with a land injury, held a one-stroke advantage over husky Don Iverson, a curly-haired tour regular who is seeking his first victory. Iverson had a 68, five under par, on the No. 4 course. The International field of 180 will shift courses for today's second round, with the final two rounds to be played on the toughter No. 2 layout. Lee Trevino, the recent winner of the World Series of Golf, Bert Greene, slumping Frank Beard and Dave Stockton, a three-time winner this season, were two shots out at 67. Jack Nicklaus had a 68 and was tied with Charles Coody, Lee Elder and Nate Starks. U.S. Open champion Hale Irwin was in a group at 69. But some of the game's other Igreat names -- all required to play in this, the last of the designated tournaments of the season -- didn't fare as well in the warm sunshine that was interrupted by a brief shower. League Leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING 365 at bats) -Carew, Min, .360; Hargrove, Tex, .335. RUNS-- Yslrzmski, Bsn, 85; D.Allen, Chi, 84. RUNS BATTED IN-Burroughs, Tex, 113; Bando, Oak, 100. HITS-- Carew, Min, 195; Money, Mil, 160. DOUBLES-- Rudi, Oak, 35; McRae, KC, 34. TRIPLES-Rivers, Cal, 11; Otis, KC, 9. HOME RUNS-- D.Allen, Chi 32; R.Jackson, Oak, 28. STOLEN BASES -- North- Oak, 50; Carew, Min, 35. PITCHING (14 Decisions)Hunter, Oak, 23-10, .697, 2.56 . Utzmorris, KC, 11-5, ,688, 2.90. . ; STRIKEOUTS-- N. Ryan, Cal. 390; BIyleven, Min, 219. - National League -BATTING (365 at bats)Garr, All, .354; Garvey, LA .336. ^RUNS-- Schmidt, Phi., 103; "Rpse, Cin, 100. ( -^RUNS BATTED IN-Bench, -Gin, 115; Schmidt, Phi, 113. -SHITS-- Garr, All, 204; Gar ,-Tffy, LA, 188. .'-wDOUBLES-Rose, Cin, 40; : Storgell, Pgh, 35. ( ^TRiPLES-Garr, All. 16; . C a s b , Phi, 11; A.Oliver, Pgh RUNS -- Schmidt, Phi, -it; Bench, Cin, 30; Wynn, LA, 9ft ".-STOLEN BASES - Brock, SfL, ;IJS; Morgan, Cin, 58. "·-PITCHING (14 Decisions) -- fihn, LA, 13-3, .813, 2.58 Cald- ·iftll, SF, 13-3, .813, 2.98 MiRsramth, LA, 17-6, .739, 2.75. -rjSTRIKEOUTS - Carlton, Phi, «; Messrsmti, LA, 201. Evelyn Hills Phone 443-4591 Only a part of the total exhaust system Wards can offer you. LOW-COST INSTALLATION Ttr m taflfl m yav «w» Nw ur ·" *Mch hMftl R*nt for M«««r «K* Mi h» «ny rw Heavy-duty mufflers. -GUARANTEED FOR AS LONG AS YOU OWN YOUR CAR Wards has mufflers to fit most VS. can. 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