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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 22

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HAPPY AT LAST .. .is Arkansas fullback, Marsh White, pictured on one of his 35 assaults on the Southern Cal defense. White was plagued with injuries in his first two years at Arkansas, but rambled for 69 yards against the Trojans White Enjoys Last Laugh On Southern Cal A hciillhy Marsh White in 197'1 nilyhl mean a happy Arkansas Hararback foolball team at Uic end of the season. Marsh, who has been plagued with injuries throughout his two previous seasons at Arkansas, shook the injury jinx and played his best game as a Kazpr- back last Saturday night, helping the Hogs break a two-game losing streak against the Southern California Trojans by a score of 22-7. "I feel that it was ray best, game, but only because we won," said White. "I've still got a lot to improve on. This game was satisfying to me because we had been beaten twice by them (Southen Cal) but this time we got the last laugh." The 6-2, 209-pound senior fullback from Ravenna, Texas,, had 69 yards in 15 carries for an average of over four yards per try. When asked the difference between this year's game with Southern Oal and the two pre vlous ones. White answers dtha the execution was much better "We did riot make as manj mistakes. We didn't fumble th ball a time and only had om pass intercepted. The only thini that bothered us was not beini able to put the ball into th end zone when we got dowi close. That's wher it counts. "It didn't bother us at th time, because we got field goal out of it. But If the game ha been close! it could have cos us the game. We have to star doing a better job when we ge in that close. As an offensiv unit we did all right, but tber is still a lot of room for im provement." Marsh then talked of his run ning mates in the backfield, Ik Forte and Barnabas Whit "Ike and Barnamas did a fin job for it to have been thei first varsity game. We all spect each other for what w can do." Earned Defensive Player Of Week AP Taps "Bounty Hunter' Winston Moved From Sept. 25 To Oct. 23 Foreman's Gash Postpones Show Of Shows KINSHASA, Zaire (AP) -You can cut George Foreman, but you still can't push the heavyweight champion around. "We'll fight when he's healthy and not before." said Foreman's trainer, Dick Sadler, whose admanant posture now raises the most serious of several obstacles to the rescheduled fight between Foreman and Muhammad Ali. The government of Zaire re- gretfully announced Tuesday the postponement of its show of shows, the title fight between Foreman and All, trom Sept 25 to Oct. 23 because of the deep one-inch gash the heavyweight champion suffered over his right eye Monday. But, with the heavyweight championship crown hanging in the balance, Sadler was not committing himself to a particular date, just a healthy George Foreman. 'Don't put too much co fidence in that Oct. 23 date Sadler told a news conferenc here Tuesday, adding that was "too early to say" wlic his fighter would be read "We hope it can be around th 23rd or the 30th" of Octobe but he later told reporters ' could be two (months)," whi would push back the fight the end of November. Northwest Arkanws TIMES, Wed., Sept. 18, 1974 · 23 FAYITTCVILLK, ARKANSAS Dennis Winston, a sophomore icbacker at the University of rkansas, hangs a new picture n his wall each week -- like bounty hunter of the old west. Jl picture of Southern Calitor- a tailback Anthony Davis has ecu on Winston's wall since he rrivcd here for fall football ractice, Winston got his man last cek when the Razorbacks put ic quietus on Davis and USC a 22-7 upset. Winston was credited with 12 lassisted tackles and helped on eight others. For his per-islanding running (backs we play 'ormiiiice, Winston was named ««·*""' ··" «·· TM- ···-" " The Associated Press' Defensive Player of the Week. "Underneath his pictures, it said, 'Anthony Davis runs over Arkansas defense.' I had my own little quotes under Ihc bottom...like 'not this time,'" Winston said. This week, Winston said, a picture of Oklahoma State University -back George Palmer will he on his wall. "When we finish the season, I'm going to have the out- against up on my wall." Winston was asked about tackling Davis, who netted only 74 yards on 20 attempts. "I saw him coming, and I just went to him. I think it was a great honor just to hit somebody like Anthany Davis. It just fell great when I hit him." UA defensive coach Frank Falks has said Winston has an "evil streak" in him on the foolball field. But, Winston said, he just likes contact. "I'm not really change on the football field for courage the t some reason. I'm not the type opposing tea like that," Winston said. "I just players and it has to dis- " - · · · · - · - - - ball-carrier and t h e .. .... im. It makes lhat that goes around picking runner a little bit fidgety about fights." running in an open field be- UA defensive coach Jimmy cause he never knows when Johnson said he doesn't think Winston's coming." he has ever seen anyone come Of his explosive style. Winon to the field "in such a bad- ston said, "I was just trying t,- Young Porkers Picked Over Powerful Cowboys type mood. "Dennis is probably the greatest I've ever seen anywhere at making a tackle full speed in the open field," John- » 'J!| l jri ! »TMiicr' son added. "This type of hit af W nst U! ?" picks up the crowd and the By HERSCHEL N1SSENSON ! NEW YORK. (AP) -- Arkansas' sturdy young defense, 'hich stifled Southern Cal's of- ense last week and' held the Trojans lo one touchdown on a kickoff return, has its work cut ut for it again Saturday. The Razorbacks meet Okla- loma State, a Big Eight team vhich rolled .up 59 points against Wichita State. The Razorbacks made The Associated Press Top Ten by upsetting Southern Cal but their real goal is the Southwest Con- "erence title, which seems to lave become Texas' per- mament possession. This would be a prime spot !or an upset pick, except that Dklahoma Stale surprised the Porkers 38-6 a year a'go .. . Arkansas 17-10. Last week's score was 43 right, 15 wrong for a percentage of .741. The Upset Spc cial, Maryland over Alabama, just missed, 'Bama holding on 21-16. The season mark is 57-191 for .750. Here's this week's upset special: Indiana 21. Arizona 20. But don't bet on it. Notre Dame 42. Northwestern 14: Ara Parseghian's B-C against Northwestern in 1( years at ND. Ohio State 56, Oregon Slate 7: This was the week Oregon State was to have played Wake WFLTeam Purchased . JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A group of investors headed hy William Pease of New York City bought controlling interes in the World Football League's Jacksonville Sharks, a team of ficial said. T orest. But the Deacons can- eled out and Oregon Slate lirew in the Buckeyes ... and he towel. Nebraska 35, Wisconsin Jadgers almost pulled it oif ast year, losing 20-16. Corn- us!,ers have long memories . and a lot of elephants in ed uniforms. Alabama 49. Southern Mis- issippi 0: P.W. "Bear" Bryant P.W. "Bear" Underwood, vho'll have to grin and bear it. Michigan 30, Colorado 15: Quarterback Dennis Franklin cturns lo the Michigan lineup fler a bout with a bug. Louisiana State 24, Texas AM 14: The Veer against the Wishbone. Pnm Stale 38, Navy 14: Navy's George Welsh used to coach on Joe Paterno's staff. Texas 50, Wyoming 0: Wyom- ng has the Cowboys, but Texas las the horses. Arizona State 49, Texas Christian 7: Sun Devil country s no place for a Horned Frog UCLA 28, Iowa 12: How'd you jke to open with Michigan, UCLA, Penn State and Southern Cal? Iowa does. Maryland 21, Florida 14: Terrts could be down after that close loss to Alabama but Jerry Claiborne will get them back up. North Carolina State 33, Clemson 18: Buckey to Buckey through the air, with Frills doing the linebueking. Tennessee 28, Kansas 27: That was a pretty good score last year, too. Pitt 19, Georgia Tech 14: But Wickes Lumber Everyday Values! ts put them out of their misery. I guess I do play reckless every now and then." Winston said he wasn't content with his performance ... . nltr "I won't be satisfied until the coaches say I played 100 per cent," he said. Winston, who is 6 feet 2'/z, weighs 220 and can run. "I sometimes kid my defensive coaches about moving him to fullback.' said Coach Frank Brqyles. "They say, 'I quit. I resign.'" (TIMESpholo By Ken Good) PREPARING FOR OSU .. .Arkansas's Dennis Winston gives careful attention to films with coach Harold Horton in preparation for Saturday's battle with rugged OSU. Instead of Anthony Davis, Winston will be tuning in on OSU's powerful George Palmer Saturday Race To End Season At Speedway The last big race of the season at Fayettcville Speedway ill be held Saturday night, be- nning at 6:30. There will be $1500 minimum purse for the vitational event. Drivers who have been invit- 1 include Roger Chism, Ken ssery. Willie Crain, J i m ampbell, Wendell Brewer, ary Wellbaum. Ferreyy Skel- on Erval Skelton and Larry yle. · Scheduled to be given away i the stands are a mode! 1100 /inchester pump shotgun and portable television set. In the event of a rain cut, tho ace will be rescheduled for eptember 28. Routine Victory LOS ANGELES -- Top-seed- d Jimmy Connors survived a rst-round scare from unseeded lal Anderson to win 7-5. 5-7, 7- in the $100,000 Pacific-South- 'est tennis championship. the Panthers Florida State squeaked last week past and might be caught looking ahead to Southern Cal. Houston 27, Miami, Fla. 18: The game was switched to the afternoon for regional TV which means Miami can ASU Tunes Up Air Offense get home earlier. Isn't that nice? Nicer than the Cougars will be, Stanford 27, Illinois 24: Both teams have title hopes, but they're not in the same league except on the field. JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) -Soach Bill Davidson indicated lhat he was pleased with his Arkansas State University Indians' passing game and defense during a workout Tuesday. "You would think we were getting close to game time the way these guys are getting after it," he said. "And I guess we are, but we are still 10 days away from the opener." Davidson praised the work ol cornerback Lloyd .Walls, who had been sidelined two weeks vith a sprained ankle. David son said the Forrest City nativ 'made some super, supe plays." Monster man Roy Painte law limited action in the dri due to a forearm bruise. Als sidelined temporarily are co nerback Joe Hollimon wi bruised ribs, defensive tack Jimmy Lisko with an ear i: Jones with tonsilitis. fection and linebacker Rodne The Indians open Sept. 28 the new Indian Stadium again Louisiana Tech. Beaver Level 3eaver Lake \evel stood at 1117.37 feet above sea level Wednesday, remaining unchanged from Tuesday's reading. Engineers reported that the generators were not being used. TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Safes and Service New Used AnUnitM color · Black White Eotilers · Toweri Free Estimates 751-7927 751-84M 751-0257 Low, low prices on huge stocks of brand name products, plus self-serve convenience.. .that's Wickes! FLOOR COVERINGS Carrara pattern Ozite Carpet Tries have self-stick backing! 39 I2"xl2" Reg. 49c Ozite ExceUa Carpet T3es BATHROOM FIXTURES Bathtub with 1-piece, steel construction has an attractive white porcelain finish! 5 Ft. Tub GYPSUM WALLBOARD Remodel your homo easily with Vz" quality wallboard -- the per- feet base for paint or wallpaper! 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