Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 18, 1974 · Page 23
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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24 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Sept. 18, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Presley Gets Reward, He's New Texas QB By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mike Presley will start at quarterback' for Texas Saturday night against Wyoming and Marty Akins may not even play. Texas Coach Darrcll Royal said Tuesday that Presley, who guided the team to a 42-19 victory over Boston College after Akins was injured, was being "rewarded" for his play. "Marty played well until he got hurt . . . it was a medical recommendation to hold Akins out this week unless an emergency occurs," Royal said. Akins suffered a concussion early in the second quarter against Boston College and was hospitalized for observation Sunday. Team physicians said Akins had been cleared to play Akins alternated with Presley in a non-contact drill Tuesday. All-American fullback Roose velt Leaks showed improve mcnt following his return ti duty last week after a spring knee operation. Royal said Leaks "runs little better every day." Leaks did not play again?, Boston College and has worker some at right halfback in prac tice. Royal also moved reserv quarterback Adrian Ford to de fense where he played line backer two years ago. Walle Rowan was brought up as third team quarterback. Texas AM Coach Emor Bellard said Tuesday tha sixth-ranked Louisiana State probably "the best LSU tea since I've been going dow there. This may be as good team as LSU has had." Brothers Washington Share Weekly AP Offensive Grid Player Laurels 3y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Washington . . . firsl in war, rsl in peace and first in the i g h t m a r e s of defensive caches. There's Joe Washington, Ok- ahoma's junior halfback, who arriecl 17 times for 156 yards, ic hi ding a nine-yard touch- own run in the final period lat sealed the Sooners' 28-11 iclory over Baylor. And 'there's liltle brother c n n y Washington. North Texas Stale's freshman quar- erback, who made his varsitj lebul by rushing for 118 yard. 11 21 carries and completing even of 15 passes for 101 more is the Eagles barely lost to icavily favored Southern Meth idist 7-0. For those performances, the brothers Washington from For Arthur, Tex., were named to share National College Back o ;he Week honors by The Associ ated Press. Joe's performance was no iUi'prise. He was the Big Eight's leading rusher last year vhen he scampered for 1,173 yards. "Joe Washington showed he's one of the best, if not the best, who has ever played here," said Oklahoma Coach Barry Switzer. "Joe's hotter right now than Greg Pruitt was at the same stage." Baylor's Grant Teaff probably would agree. "I'll tell you something," he said. "If Joe Washington hadn't o Irving, Tex., where North exas Stale was playing SMU been in there it would have been a different ball game. He's the one who killed us. He's unbelievable." Besides his 156 yards and 73 more on kick returns, Washington had a 65-yard punt return for an apparent touchdown nullified by a^penalty. After destroying Baylor, the 5-foot-10, 178-pound Joe drove more than 200 miles or so down Leroy Kelly Chasing Mean Green With WFL Franchise The World Football League, offering spots to veterans recently dropped by the National Football League, returns to action tonight with a cast of familiar players in different uniforms. "I don't look at playing in the World Football League as a comedown," said Leroy Kelly, the fourth-eading ground gainer in NFL history, after being signed Tuesday by the Chicago Fire. "What brings me to Chicago? Money,, dough," said Kelly. "The Mean Green, my man, ii where it is.all at." A Fire spokesman said Kelly cut last week by the NFL Oak land Raiders after a long ca reed w i t h the Clevelanc Browns, had an outside shpfc a starting against the visiting Memphis Southmen. In other WFL games tonight New York- is at the Hawaiians Detroit at Southern California Philadelphia at Florida an Portland at Jacksonville. Hous ton at Birmingham is Thurs day's national TV game. Now 2!4 Games Ahead Of Pirates Cards Tighten Crip On 1st Ry THE ASSOCIATED P11ESS Even in n tired contlilion, Lou Brock, UIG St. Louis Cardinals' base-stealing wizard, can outfox 'the slyest pitchers in the National League. t'night, to get a look af little!. BTM* ." sctl his r °pt al "[ h ! s . ., brains to weave his magic rolher Kenny, who goes 5-11, 65. . North Texas Slate Coach layden Fry created a stir ear- F last week when he an-, omiced that Kenny Washing- on would be the starting cuiar- erback, a position not usually ccupied by a raw rookie: But Vashington. came with super ligh school credentials of 224 lompletions, 4,014 yards and 43 ouclulowns. He also ran for 612 'ards and 11 touchdowns. Kenny was essentially a pass- ng quarterback in high school -- "Joe's the runner, I'm the asser," he says' -- but did joth against. SMU. He did so veil keeping the ball himself against the Pittsburgh Pirates and Jerry Reuss Tuesday night, and his feats of prestidigitation produced a 2-1 St. Louis victory rales in the NL East pennant aco. Meanwhile, in the NL West, first-place Los Angeles and runner-up Cincinnati both lost, leaving the Dodgers 'iVi games ahead of the Reds. The Houston Astros beat Ihe Dodgers 7-0 and Ihe San Diego Padres whipped the Reds C-l. Elsewhere In the NL, the Chicago Cubs downed the Phila- in 13 innings that stretched theldelphia Phillies 4-2, the Atlanta streaking Cardinals' lead to Z'A games over the slumping Pi- vhen SMU look the Eagles' pilchout. that. he stuck vilh it. In -winning Back of (lie Week lonors, the Washingtons beat out Alabama fullback Calvin Gulliver, Texas Tech quarterback Tommy Dunivcn, Richm o n d quarterback Harry Knight, Utah State running Louie Giammona. Kent State running back Larry Poole, Michigan State Charles Baggett, quarterback North Carolina tailback Jarnes Betterson, Tampa quarterback Freddie Solomon and Virginia quarterback Scott Gardner. Billie Jean Survives ORLANDO, Fla. -- S. Open champion Billie Jean King defeated Ann Kiamura 62, 4-6, 6-0 in first-round action of EI $50,000 Women's professional tennis tour stop. FHS Sophs Trip BentonvHIe 14-7 FAYETTEVILLE -- Fayetle- ville's sophomores scored once n Ihe first period and again n the final stanza as they ivhipped Bentonville 14-7 here Monday night. Bentonville scored first on a 40-yard end sweep by tailback Mark Estes. followed with the extra point kick by David Bruce. Later in the opening period, Fayetteville got on the boards via a blocked punt by Ned Par ette. William Kimbrough ran for the 2-point conversion, iving the Bulldogs an 8-7 lead That's Ihe way it stood unti' Ihe fourth quarter when Fav ettevillc picked up an insurance touchdovyn on a 35-yard pass from Kimbrough to split end Charles Duell. S o h p o m o r e coach Whr Fowlkes credited his defense with an outstanding effort sightinig in particular lincbac kers Parette and Ron Ham monds. along with Joe Cravens and Calvin Tackette in tin secondary. Fayetteville is now 1-0 on Ihe season. They play West Fork at home next- Monday. Braves topped the San Francisco Giants 4-3, and the New York Mets at Montreal Expos game was postponed because of vet grounds. ASTROS 7, DODGERS 0 Houston's Tom Griffin handcuffed NL West-leading Los Angeles on five hits for his third shutout of the season and 14lh victory. Lee May drove in three Houston runs with his 24lh homeland a sacrifice fly, and Doug Rader smashed his 17lh homer. PADRES 6, REDS 1 San Diego also received slrong pitching -- from BUI Grief -- in beating Cincinnati and jolting the Reds' pennanl hopes. Grief allowed only six hits. Meanwhile, the Padres, led u y Dave Winfield, tagged Cincinnati's 10-game winner Jack eight hits in less than three in- Billingliam for five runs and nings. Winfield cracked n two- run single and his 18lh homer. CUBS 4, PHILLIES 2 , Don Kessinger was virtually the entire offense for the Cubs, either driving in or scoring all of Chicago's runs. He walked in llie first inning and came home on Peler Lacock's double. Then in the f i f t h , he doubled in two runs and scored on Jose Cardenal's single. ^^^_^ Greer Abstract Inadvertently omitted from the TIMES' series of Little League baseball piclnres this summer was the Greer Abstract team, shown here. Kneeling are (left to right) Matt Coker, Chip Porter, Joey Smith, Jerry Welch, M a t t Nelson, Paul Claybakcr, Spencer Scarbrough, S t e v e Phillips, Kirk Mahan a n d Mark Maycs. Standing a r e Steven Larson, Thomas Milas, Tim Taylor, Chris Doughty, David Stone, Trey Rutledgc, Nicky Smith, Andy Market and Kevin (Inker, On the back row are assistants Alan Larson and B i l Malmn and Coach L a r r Phillips. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Shop Penney's Auto Center Mon., Thurs., Fri. 7:30-9 Tues., Wed., Sat. 7:30-5:30 .. Off heavy duty mufflers. Save $4. Reg. 12.99. Sale 8.99. JCPenney heavy duty mufflerfeaturesdouble wrapped construction and welded Internal tubes. 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