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McCollum Out To End Davis' Hex Bulldogs Ready For Russellville Northwest Arkan«os TIMES, Thurs., Sept. 19, 1974 11 Biiiiiiiraiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Professional Baseball By The Associated Press American League East Woodland On The Road With Harrison; Ramay Tests Rogers At Home New York Baltimore Boston Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit W 80 fill 80 70 V7 71 73 75 72 78 08 81 West 85 65 80 70 77 74 73 77 72 78 61 90 Pet. .537 .533 .520 .193 .480 .456 GB 2 'A 6ft 8'/z 12 Oakland 85 65 .567 Texas 80 70 .533 . Minnesota 77 74 .510 BV4 Chicago 73 77 .487 12 Kan City 72 78 .480 13 Caiiforniii 61 90 .404 24ft Wednesday's Games Boston 8, Detroit 5 Baltimore 10, New York 4 Cleveland 6, Milwaukee 3 Oakland 5, Kansas City 4 California 4-0, Texas 1-2 Chicago 3, Minnesota 1 Thursday's Games Detroit. (Ruhle 0-0) at Bosloi (Tiant 20-12), N · Baltimore (McNally 15-10) a New York (May 6-3), N Oakland (Blue 15-15) at Kan sas City (Briles 5-5), N Only games scheduled Friday's Games Cleveland at New York, twl-nlght Baltimore at Boston, N Detroit at Milwaukee, N . California at Minnesota, N Oakland at Chicago, N Kansas City at Texas, N National League East W L Pet. G 80 G9 .537 78 70 .527 73 76 .490 71 78 .477 67 82 .450 G2 86 .419 n y BILL KENNAN Of (lie TIMES Sports Staff Fayetleville's two junior high ootball teams take Ihe spotlight area football action Thursday vening. The Ramay Indians lay their second straight home :ontest, this one against Rogers akdale, while Woodland straps n their Iravcling gear for a oad contest against Harrison. W o o d l a n d suffered a rustraling 14-0 setback at the ands of Rogers Oakdale last veek. Mistakes paved the way or the only two Rogers touch- owns. All in all, though, the Cowboy offense snowed that it ould move the ball and with mprovemenl in a questionable licking game Ihe Cowboys could e a s i l y lurn the ta- jles this week. "We're going to have to mprove our kicking game," said Woodland coach Dick Harris. "We had two blocked punts ast week that led to two touchdowns. If we can improve in lhat department we should be a better team." Harris also plotted Woodland's strategy for the Harrison unit. "We won't change anything offensively," noted Harris. "The films of last week's game showed that we could move the ball. I think, though, that we'll use Joe West some at tailback this week. dians and Rogers seem to line up pretty evenly, "Except for Heyne they're just about the same size as we are. Our big job is lo stop him right away." The Indians don't seem to be preparing any surprises. "We'll try to run right at their strengths," reported Daily. "That's where you have to heat a good team and that's* where we'll start off. We hope we can balance our offense with the running of Curtis Mahone and Bobby Fitts. If we need to we can always count on the passing of Todd Darter." Apparently this is the first real test for the Indians. The incentive is this is also By GUANT HALL TIMES Sports Editor Fayciteville and Russellville w i l l be meeting for only the third time in football here :omorrow night, but the rivalry Between the two schools' coaches goes back much further. "Doyne Davis and I have known each other for 10 years," said Russellville Coach' Lewis McCollum Wednesday. "We've w o r k e d together at the Arkansas Tech Football Camp, and coached against each other when he was at Morrilton. I have great respect for him.' That's understandable, considering that Davis' Class- AA Morrilton team knocked off Class-AAA Russellville each of the past three years. McCollum was an assistant in 1971-72, but suffered last year's defeat as the head coach. . "We thought w e - had' the better team;" he 4 recalled, "but Morrilton Beat us ; 16-14. And I'll tell you what--our scouting report on Fayetteville looks just like our scouting reports on Morrilton under Coach Davis. Whether we can play with them is up to us." DID THINGS RIGHT After Wednesday's practice, Davis was confident that Ihe Bulldogs could be competitive. "We did things right today," he said. "The offense looked quicker than I've seen it a 11 year. If we play the way we can, we'll have a chance." Many Bulldog players expressed Ihe same sentiments after prac lice. Davis announced several position changes for the Russellville g a m e : "Greg, him--he gives McClelland will move from safely to quarterback. Lawson Osburn has done a good job at quarterback, but he has a habit of fumbling the center snap and we can't afford that. Lawson will play either safety or defensive halfback. "In the offensive line, Chuck Pearce move from left lort--but at superior pounds, ef- ceiver, however: he needs more beef." Rick Taylor, who replaced the ailing Michael Jackson at tailback last Friday, will remain at the position. Jackson and Micheal Buchanan will alternate tackle to left guard, and Dayton I Licrly will p l a y left tackle. will go both ways. Joey Rodman will alternate at both guards and play some defense. We're not dissatisfied with Hog Ruggers Play Saturday If you plan to go lo Little Rock Saturday for the football game, you a n o I h e r also can , Razorback catch game Porkers a chance to test a His teams always prepare well, and are fundamentally sound." Davis returned the compli- m e n t s : "Coach McCollum always has his team ready to play. Russellville has a very strong defense, led by a linebacker named David Whitlow. We know they'll play well. doubled because the first league St. Louis Pittsburgh Philaphia Montreal New York Chicago 78 82 86 .419 1714 West Los Angeles 93 56 .624 -Cincinnati 91 59 .607 Vh. Atlanta 83 68 .550 11 Houston 76 74 .507 17 V4 San Fran 68 83 .450 26 San Diego 55 9G .364 39 Wednesday's Games Atlanta 4, San Francisco 2 . Chicago 5, Philadelphia 2 1 Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis 1 Montreal 3-4, New York 2-0 ' San Diego 6, Cincinnati 5 - Houston 3, Los Angeles 2, 10 Innings · Thursday's Games Chicago (Hootbn 5-11) at Defensively, we've been giving some attention to our pass defense. Rogers didn't throw at all last week, but Harrison seems willing to put the ball in the air, so we've been giving t h a t . phase of our game some Philadelphia (Ruthven 9-12), N St.Louis (Curtis 9-13) at Pittsburgh (Kison 7-8), N San Diego (B^reisleben 9-12) at Los Angeles (Sutton 16-9), N Cincinnati {Norman H 12) at San Francisco (Caldwell 13-4), N ' · Only games scheduled Friday's Games Philadelphia at Montreal, N New York at Pittsburgh, N Chicago at St. Louis, N Atlanta at Houston, N San Diego at Los Angeles, N Cincinnati at San Francisco, N work. RAMAY AT HOME The Ramay Indians will have the luxury of a home court advantage for the second week in a row. Last week the Indians capitalized on the mistakes of a sluggish Huntsville unit to p o s t an impressive 28-0 decision. This week things could be a little different. The Rogers clubs are always the bane of Northwest Arkansas junior high football and this year's Rogers Oakdale crew is no exception. R a m a y . c o a c h , Gerald Daily, reports that running back-defensive end Marty Heyne, 6-1, 185, is the key to the Rogers team. "He really looks good," marveled Daily. "He's definitely one of the best backs in the conference. Last week he had over 200 yards rushing and two touchdown runs of 76 and 75 yards. On defense he plays defensive end which pretty well stops up one side of the inc." stops up one side of the line." clash of the season for Ramay. Daily plans on finding out right away whether his charges are contenders or not. STARTING LINEUPS WOODLAND OFFENSE SE-Jim Herrington RT -- Rice Brewer RG -- Jay Miller C -- Mike Jones LG -- Brad Cole LT -- Bill Manor TE -- Malcom McPhearson QB -- Bret Parker FB -- Mike Huclspeth TB -- Greg Montez \VB -- Jay Trumbo DEFENSE DE -- Rick Tyhurst DT -- Mike Hudspeth NM -- Joe West DT -- Malcom McPhearson DE -- Rice Brewer LB -- Billy Murray LB -- Bill Sweetzer MM -- John Phillips S -- Jay Trumbo HB -- Max Thomas HB -- Jim Herrington RAMAY OFFENSE SE -- Ty Hoskln; T -- Wendell Harris G -- Milton Newman C -- Gregg Hall G - Bobby Martin T -- David Elan TE -- Eddie Nichols QB -- Todd Darter FB -- Bobby Fitts TB -- Curtis Mahone WB -- Darin Johnson DEFENSE E -- Bobby Wallis T -- Doug Baird NM -- Billy Smith T -- David Elan E -- Jackie Eiland LB -- Bobby Martin LB -- Brett Garton MM -- Gregg Hall LHB -- Eddie Sugg RHB -- Curtis Mahone S -- Todd Darter Tom Ed Gooden Joins Harding SEARCY -- Tom Ed Gooden, a NAIA first team All-America selection last year, has joined the Harding College football coaching staff, head coach John Frock has announced. Gooden will serve as a gra. duate assistant while pursuing a master's degree. An IHh- round draft choice of the Cleveland Browns, Gooden was recently placed on waivers and was subsequently picked up and released by the St. Louis Cardinals. "We're mighty happy to have him," Prock said. "He'll be a great asset to our quarterbacks and receivers. The experience he gained in the pro camps will help him considerably." earlier in 'the afternoon when the Arkansas Rugby Club meets the Memphis State club at Little Rock. Saturday's rugby matches begin at noon, when Jacksonville plays Memphis Slate's B team. The Porker ruggers meet Memphis stale's A team at 1:30 p.m., then Arkansas' B team will play Little Rock about 3 p.m. All games will be on t h e Henderson Junior High School football 'field at John Barrow and Markham streets. Admission games. is free for al at Taylor's former split end position. "Jackson has good in practice last two weeks," said Davis. "It's a shame he had to miss the Kickapoo game." LOVE COULD START If Osburn plays halfback, the safety will be Jeems Love, a I junior with 4.9 speed. "Jeems | is very aggressive, and has been doing a good job," sak Davis. Keith Striegter, who .started in the FHS secondary This will be the Arkansas h a st year, is out of the picture ruggers' first game of the 1974 again. "lie hasn't been able to fall season and will give t h e get in shape yet," said Davis because he keeps pulling a lei muscle." backfield made up of more than R ussc ll v ille, which went 6- ialf rookies. Memphis leads 7-2 and finished third in AAA-We: Ihe series, though Arkansas under McCollum last year, won the last two games. 'his season. The Cyclone one of the . d f , .- s . ' .7 , . . . p 1U , . , K uuiuusu j i u b ucun guuu, sal ^Sen^osS'^ ^Collutn, ''but wasn't kn n Arkansas ruggers hope to make up those points with an advantage of speed among the younger players. The Arkansas ruggers been running live scrimmage for two weeks. They play host to Oklahoma State Sept. 28 at Fayetteville. °« n , b t offense' just had a ver poor game against Harrison." The (inly returning offensiv back from last year's lug] octane Wishbone is halfbac i Knight. . Two altcrna starters return at wide r nd Max Hines. uence, junior Mika BaKer As a conse- quarterback avid Weaver has thrown 28 asses in the first two games. There is good s i z e in the Tensive line, but 200-pound ackle Robbie Stokes is the only eturning starter. Even more 'zc is present in the defense, ith the 205-pound Whitlow and -2, 215 - pound tackle Mick Mien, a transfer from Rock- ord, 111. BIGGER THIS YEAR Other returning defensive! tarlers are nose guard Steve lorey, 180-pound end Bill iarlon and defensive back )anny Jones. "Overall, we're bigger than we were last year, 1 ' . aid McCollum. ,' ( Fayetteville is 1-1 for the rear, having beaten Bentonyilla , .4-6 and lost to Springfield, 1 Kickapoo 20-0. Friday night's jame will be the AAA-West xmference opener for both tha Bulldogs and Russellville. Fayetteville won the first jame of 1 the series against Russellville here two years ago. 28-21. The Cyclones responded with a 25-13 win at Russellville last year. Apprised of those scores, Bulldog defensive coordinator Carl Fox reasoned, "It's our time." But McCollum, thinking back over the three losses to Davis, said, "It's getting close to our time." The time for both teams a 7:30 tomorrow night. Sellout Contest BUFFALO (AP) -- The Buf- 'alo Bills of the National Football League announced Wednesday that their home game Sept. 29 against the New York Jets is a sellout. The Bills' arena, Rich Stadium in suburban Orchard Park, has an 80,020-seat capacity. In the NFL, all games sold out 72 hours or more prior to game time can be televised lo cally. The Bills' game this Sunda; at home against the Miami Dol phins has been a sellout for weeks. ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS BUFFET Both Noon and Evening Bring the family! Child's Plate Only $1.35. We have three private dining rooms that will accommodate up to 350 people. Buffet Noon ( .and Evening REG.U.S PAT.OFF. Call AMIE STONE For Reservations 443-4323 HIGHWAY 71 NORTH Bring jour palate to the tig vhite house tiill The formers League Leaders National League BATTING (375 at hats)- Atl, .354; Garvey, LA, Phi, 104; IN--Bench, Garr, .324. RUNS--Schmidt, Morgan, Cin, 103. RUNS BATTED Cin. 117; Schmidt, Phi, 115. Dodgers, Cincinnati Both Drop Contests In NL West Dunkel Says Oklahoma State By 4 (?) By Dick Dunkel Is Ihe Big Eight still the tough, est college football conference in the country? For the past two seasons the Big Eight has run away with conference honors on the Dunkel Index. But last week Big Eight teams got off to a so-so start, winning iiev of eight intercon- ference games. Opposition is stiff in another round of inlerconference competition this week. In two of the All, 204; Gar- DOUBLES--Rose, Cin, 41; Stargell, Pgh, 35; Bench, Cin, HITS--Garr, vey, LA, 194. 35. . TRIPLES--Garr, All, 16; D.Cash, Phi, 11; A.Oliver, Pgh, · HOME RUNS--Schmidt, Phi, 36; Wynn, LA, 31. STOLEN BASES--Brock, StL, 110; Morgan, Cin, 58, PITCHING (14 Decisions)-John, LA, 13-3, .813, 2.58 Cald well, SF, 13-'!, .765, 3.02. STRIKEOUTS-Carlton, Phi, 218; Messrsmth, LA, 205. American League BATTING (375 at hats)-Carew, Min, .364; Hargrove, Tex, .329. HUNS--Ystrzmski, Bsn, 91; R.Jackson, Oak, 87. RUNS BATTED IN--Burroughs, Tex, 115; Bando, Oak, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Doesn't anybody want to win the West in the National League? Neither the first-place L o s Angeles Dodgers nor the runner-up Cincinnati Reds, the two winningcst teams in baseball, are acting like pennant contenders. Both teams lost Wednesday night, leaving the Dodgers with a 2%-game lead. Los Angeles was beaten by the Houston As- lors 32 in 10 innings and Cincinnati dropped a 6-5 decision to Ihe San Diego Padres. Meanwhile, the National League East race tightened, :he Pittsburgh Pirates whittling St. Louis' lead to l'/i games, beating the Cardinals 4-1. Elsewhere League, the in the National Montreal Expos 102. H I T S--Carew, Min, 204; T.Davis, Bal, 164; Money, Mil, 164; Kllenderson, Chi, 164. DOUBLES--Rudi, Oak, 37; KHenderson, Chi, 35; McRae, KC, 35. TRIPLES--Rivers, Cal, 11; Oils, KC, 9. HOME RUNS--D.Allen, Chi, 32' R.Jackson, Oak, 29. S T O L E N BASES--North, Oak, 51; Carew, Min, 36. PITCHING (14 Decisions)-Champion, Mil, 11-3, .786, 3.41 Cuellar, Bal, 20-10, .667, 3.19 G.Perry, Cle, 20-10, .667, 2.19. STRIKEOUTS--N .Ryan, 337; Blyleven, M i n , 224. Cal BeaverLevel swept a doubleheader from the New York Mets 3-2 and 4-0, the Chicago Cubs topped the Philadelphia Phillies 5-2 and Ihe Atlanta Braves downed the San Francisco Giants 4-2. Rookie outfielder Greg Gross was Houston's hero. He started an uprising in the eighth inning when the Astros broke a scoreless tie with two runs. He threw out the potential winning run at the plate in the ninth inning, and he scored the winning run in the 10th. The Dodgers, shackled by L a r r y Dierker on four hits hrough eight innings, tied it ramatically in t h e ninth on teve Garvey's single and Ken IcMullen's pinch homer off re- ieve Mike Cosgrove. Then, Ron Cey greeted reliever Ken orsch with a double, and Rick uerbach was sent in as a inch runner. Joe Ferguson followed with a ingle to right, but Gross fired a perfect strike to the p l a t e, utting down Auerbach. In the 10th, with Charlie Hough pitching For the Dodgers, Gross cracked a single and aced home with the winning un on Bob Watson's double. The Reds' chances of winning he West for the third straight year diminished. Cincinnati has 12 games remaining and L o s ing the Padres a 3-1 lead, then doubled in two runs in the seventh, producing a 5-5 deadlock. Hernandez eventually scored the winning run on John Grubb's sacrifice fly. Expos 3-4, Mels 2-0 The Expos won the opener with a two run seventh inning, capped by Tim Foil's run-scoring squeeze bunt single. T h e y took the nightcap behind the com'hined four-hit pitching of rookies Dennis Blair and Dale Murray. Cubs 5, Phillies Z Rookie Ron Dunn ' drove in two runs with a single and a double, and scored one run, leading the Cubs' atiack. Rick Reuschel, Chicago's top winner, pitched hitless ball for the first three innings but pulled a hamstring muscle running out a single and had to leave the game. Relievers Steve Stone u COLLEGE F O O T B A L L IV 13 game, according to the Index, Big Eight teams are underdogs and thus can raise their ratings significantly with upset victories. The Index differences: Michigan 17 over Colorado Tennessee 1 over Kansas Elsewhere Big Eight teams are familiar favorites and must win by more than these margins to increase their Index figures: Nebraska 27 over Wisconsin Okla. State 4 over Arkansas Kansas Slate 34 over Wichila Missouri 15 over Baylor Iowa State 16 over Washington Index leader Oklahoma has · EXPLANATION . Tb« Duht.l tyrten pre.IJn a . poiflrt ItrOflgcr, per garni, than a 40.0 teem O( jntinuou) lighted ii c to the relative .«f recent perfo n of iilenticol of oil l.oi 7ipl«: a 50.0 t If reirettl tearing :n s th, Otlfaatcl m 1929 by Ditk Dur.lcl. GAMES OF WEEK ENDING SEPT. 22, 1974 Beaver L a k e level stooc Thursday at 1117.27 feet abov sea level, down .10 fron Wednesday. Engineers rcportec that the generators were no being used. Angeles 13. Light-hilling Enzo Hernandez who said he never had driven in more than Uvo runs in a game, knocked in four for San Diego. Hernandez singled home Iwo runs in the fifth inning, giv and Ken Frailing then completed a five-hitter. Braves 4, Giants 2 Hank Aaron, baseball's all- time home run king, drove in two runs with his 732nd homer and a single, and Rowland Office smacked a two-run triple for the Braves. The homer was the 19th of the season for the 40-year old Aaron, who Is playing his final year in the majors. 'M' Men Looking Good For Indians JONESBORO, Ark, (AP) --| Coach Bill Davidson had praise for the four "M" memoors of the Arkansas Stale University defense Wednesday. "I think all four of them ame on strong today." Dayid- on said, referring to line- jackers Mike- Malham and Jer- Muckenstunn, nose guard 1 Muzik and defensive tackle Eddie Morgan. "They looked pretty gooc against the run. and they were all effective in our goal-line vork," Davidson said. Davidson indicated that to- lay's drills would he light 'prohably in shorts" as the In clians prepare for a filmed scrimmage Friday. The Indians, who open Sept. 28 against Louisiana Tech, are to hegin recognition work Monday on the Bulldogs* offensive and defensive seta. igher iting ' Rating Diff. Oppoi MAJOR GAMES SATURDAY, SEPTEMDEU 21 ir Force 85.2 (G) Oregon* 19.4 kron 64.2 (3) Marshall* 61.3 Inbama' 114.2--_: -.(27) So.MIss 87.6 ppalach'n 62.1_L(12) Davidson* 50.1 rlzona 86.8 (10) Indiana* 17.2 la SI' 107.8 (29) T.C.U. 18.9 n - 86.8 [31) Cha'nooga 55.8 owl'gGr'n- 73.3 ( I D ) Dayton 63-1 rig.Young- 85.3 ( 7 ) Utah St 78,6 rown G4 2 (1) Holy Cross* 63.4 alifornia* 84.5 (4) San Jose 80.1 ok,St CB.8 (4) Florida SI- El.S ' 73 5 _TM_ £22) Citadel 51.1 i- 01,7 (42) E.Tenn 49.9 u r m a n * S7.6 (14) Presby'n 43.9 a.Tcch" 91.9 (7) Pittsburgh 85-2 porgla 96.0 (15) Miss.Sl- 80.9 otislun* 100.1 (19) Miami.Fla 81.4 idiana St' 63.0 (19) S.llllnofs 5$.5 iwa St 80.5 (16) Washington* 74.0 ansas St" E8.8 (3-1) Wichila 55.2 cnt SI* 86,H (16) Ohio U 70.1 enlurky 94.2 ,, (IS) W.VIrEinla* 79.0 .S.tr,- 101.8 (10) Texas AfrM 91.4 a.Tech 83,5 22) Tox.AiTn* 61.1 (16) Dnikc 47.D -(11) Toledo* 56,1 _(?) WmMary C4.3 .(3) N-llltnois' 63.5 (27) Idabo 62.0 Villanova 66.7 /ireinra" 71.0 ivash C St-' n 85-.3__; OTHER EASTERN SATURDAY,.-SEPTEMBER 21 A.T.C. 44.5.-.:.,-,!!,..(0) Eridgcp'l- 44.4 Albright- v«,4,._^O4) Incoming Zfi.l _ 2 2 Brockp't 20.6 _ ( 2 8 ) Edinboro* 40.4 C.W.Ptist 50.fi 115) W i l k r s - 35.7 Cent.Conn 53.2_(24) S p r i n g f i e l d * 29.5 Clieyney 33,3 ,(15) Seton H a l l * 18.4 Coast G- 35.4 ( 1 7 ) Tf.P.I. 18.1 Connect'!' 61.0 (25) Vermont 42.4 Cortland 49.1 (13) Ind.iana.Fa- 3G.1 FiM 48.1 ( 3 1 ) Hamilton' 17.1 F-Dlck'son* 8.9 _ ( B ) New'k R u t g 1.0 Fordbam* 24.2 (23) St.Felers 1.0 Geneva- 29.2 1) Wash-Jeff 22.1 Hnbnrt 1 37.7 (25) Roch.Tech 13.2 _(17 Albany.NY 24,0 (6) I t h a c a - 46.1 _(9) Del.Sfate* 31.0 Aim B-Wallace G8.0- Ho f sir; JunialL Ky.Slatc 0.0 . M'icrsv'lc 50.5 - (11) Kii _ 21.7 _ (3) Bloomsb'E 43.0-- (26) Calif .St,F 18.7 , 63.2 ,73.8^ laryland S9.4 mt.O 95.9_ Syracuse 81.3 lich.St 1 _ _ . _ , _ , _ _ . Michigan* 105.6 (17) Colorado £9,2 linnesota* 92.1 (14) N.Dakota 77.7 lis'sippl 99.4_ (18) Memphis* 81,4 Missouri* 94.1 (15) Baylor 19.6 lontana St 65.2_ (17) Fresno* 48.5 I.C.SIate* 98.2 (19) Clemson 18.8 ^.Carolina 82.8_(25 W'keForesl* 58-3 V.Mex.St C1.1 _ ( 7 ) W.T*x.St- 59.9 Nebraska 114.0 (27) Wisconsin" 86.7 Dame 115.3_.V7) N'weslern- 78,1 Ohio Stale" 1I4.8_(36 Oregon St 78.8 Okla.St 101.0 (4) Arkansas* 91,5 ·aciflc' 76.3 (19) LongBeach 57.8 l enn Slate* 107.4 (23) Navy 84.7 Rice" 888 (16 Cinc'nall 12.9 Rutgers 61.5 (17) Bucknell* 44.8 S.Carolina' 62.8 (3) Dulce 19.6 St- 86.7 (8) Tampa ^.l l.M.IJ.- 61,S (14) Vfl.Tech 67.4, . -- . , Mansfield 1 25.6 _ 425) D.C.Tcach 1.0 Montclflir* 41.U.-U) E-Strondsbg 40.6 Moravian' 25.2 _______ (2) Dickinson 23.1 N.Y.TecM 22.9. _ ^I(IO) Kcan 12.5 Rochester* 38.'5l=__(4jL Wash.Md 34.4 44.0 _____ (205 -Wcslcyan 23.9 bg 1 35.6_ (S) Kutztown 27.6 . - 61,7-_(22) Muskingum 40.0 Thfcl 30.6 ------ (3) Carnegie* 27.5 iton' 17-5 - (2) Paterson 15.1 W.Chestcr 56.7 __ (S Clarion* 43.G W.Conn 14.1 _____ (8) B'water.Mass* 6.3 W.Lihcrly 33.2 _ (0) Wayncsb'g* 32,8 Wministcr 41.7-- (18) Sus'hanna" 24.2 iVagner 40-4 ______ (4) Gellysb'E" 36.2 Widener 46.9 _ (21) Lcb.Valley* 26.0 Worc.Tcch 27.3 --- (9) Union" 1B.7 OTHER MIDWESTERN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 Allegheny 40,0 ----- Stanford* 95.4__ (9} Tllir ; 86.6 Tennessee* S6.2j__._(l) Kansas 95.3 Texas" 107.9 39) Wyoming 69.2 Texas Tech loS.4_(2a) N.Mexico" Tulanc 84.5^__^___(29) ' Army* Tulsa- 72.7 U.C.UA. 100.8 _ . _ . . Ulah- 74.9 «5) · N.Tex.St 66.5 8) Iow Tex.EI _(19) V.M.I. 62,2 ATm 33.4 (34) Case" 6,2 (1) Taylor 32.3 _ ( 0 ) Findlay 24.7 _(22) Butler* 42.4 (12) Albion 28.3 . Earlham 40,0. . , _ _ . _ _ in* 6 f i , 6 _ ( I O ) N'east L; 30.5 . (25) Principii 57.0 S.6 Hanover* 39.5 (28) T*akeForest 11.4 Harding 53.7.;__ (20)' N'wesl Okta* 33.6 Hiram' 33.2.-'.'-!Z (16 'oberlin 11.6 Ind.Cent 34.B (1) Wabash* 33.3 Lincolrt.Mo 41.3_(2) Central SI- 39.0 Mankato 53,5 (2) N.Iowa' 51.2 Marietta' S6.R (2) Capital 35.1 N.Colo 53.8 (3) CoIo.Wesfn' 51.: O.Wcsl'n 38.5_ - (0) Derail! · 3B.: ·hein- 35.1 (10) Kenyon 25.-' S.Dak.St* 66.4 (6) YounRst'n 60.5 last Okla' 54.2 (21 S.SLArk 51.9 V.Tlpnr'o 30.0 ( 1 5 ) Luther* 23.8 Wasliburn' 38.9 (8) Mo.West'n 30.8 IVayne.Mich' 45.4_(17) St.Josephs 28.G Wilmington 2S.1_ (0 R-Jlulman- 28.9 .Vittenb'y 63.9 :_(14) Ashland' 4U.8 kVoosicr- 42.4 (4) Mt.Unlon 38.6 OTHER SOUTHERN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 Abilene- B1.2_(2«) Ncb.Omaha 55.4 C-Newman 56,2 (B) Aus.Pcay' 48.5 it.Okln 55.4 (1) Angelo Si- 54.6 Delia St 63.4 1 ( 1 4 ) Miss.Col* 54.9 E.Tcx.St- 8 . 7 _ ( 2 3 ) E.Cent.Okta E!on C2.2 ^___.,(29) Savannah M 54.6 ( I 5 Albany.Ga* 39.2 b-Webb 50,9 (3) Ne\vfaerry* G'town.Ky 42.3 (10) Mill sups* R rambling' 68.6 (4) Alcom G u i t f o r U * 32.7 (2) Em-Henry Fl-Sydney- 31.8 (5) Sewanee 2fi.7 Henderson' 58.7 (25) Rolla 34.0 How.Payne *5.3_(7) Tex.Luth'n* 53.7 J.Carrol] 37.4.. (13) Dethany,W.Va' 24. Jackson St- fi4.4 (19) Prairie V 45.2 J a x . A l a ' 70-1 (24) Nicholts 4G.5 T^en.Rhync 51.2 (6) Wofford- 45.0 .ivinRston- 37.7_(B) N.Alabarna 50.2 Maryvillu' 33.8 (22) Centre 12.2 UgNeese* 71.2 (21) S'west La 50.2 Murray fi2-7 (1) Morehean- 61.4 N'casl Ok!n 50.0_(9) Ark.Tecb* 40.J ;b'g 37.3 (16) Eliz.Cily* 21.: Bluff 51.4 (0) Miss.Val 51. S.F.Austin 65,2 ,(1) N'west La- 58.: S'east La* 57.3 (2) T-Martm 54J Salisbury* 53.4._ (24) Gl.asshoro 29.. ' ord 32.1 (7) R-Macon* 24. .Ark- 55.1 (19J Ccnt.Mo 36, Tex.Soulh'n- 57.5_4) SouthcrnU 53. Towson 30.4 (6) Frosthurg- 24. Troy St 70.3 (39) Ala.SI* 31, W.Carolina 59,8_(6) Tcnn.Tech- 53. Wash-Lee* 18.9.- _ 1 8 Madison 1. OTHER FAR WESTERN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 Cent.Wash 31.0 (S) LAC- 23. E.Oregon' 30.9 (1) W h i t m a n 23, E.Wash'n 30.4 (5) Portland SI* 25, Mont.Tech 19- B 5 Orc.Tceh* 14 Nev.Lns V 66,5 (7) N.Arizona he week off while-other national caders face competition as foL Notre Dame 37 over N'westeru Ohio Slate 36 over Oregon St Alabama 27 over So. Miss. Texas 30 over Wyoming Arizona vState 29 over T.C.U. Penn State 23 over Navy L.S.U. 10 over Texas AM The Index, like the handicap, ping system at your local golf cltit, is a progressive average of difference by score. Now in its 46th year, it has selected winners in 78% of the 179 games recorded here to date. Ore.Col- 41.1- (7) Linfield 33 Pngct Sd 55.1 (23 Willamette Riverside 58.9 (1) UC Davis" 58 S.Orcaon 35.1--_(4 Pacific U Weber St" 31.1 (18) Norlhrldge 33 * Home Team NATIONAL AND SECTIONAL LEADERS NATIONAL EAST MIDWIST SOUTH SOUTHWEST TAR WEST Oklahoma --II9.1 Penn State _107.4 Oklahoma _I19.1 Alabama --114.2 Texas -..107.9 U.C.L.A. --100.8 NotrcDarne .115.3 Tcmjjle 85,5 NotreDame _115J! T,.S.U. 10I.R Arizona St .107.8 Stanford 9a.4 Ohio SIat« _I14,8 PiltsbUrgh 85.2 Ohio State .IH.8 Mls'slppl 99.4 Texas Tech 105.4 o.Callf 04.2 Alaba.na 114.2 r/avy 84.7 Nebraska --114.0 Maryland --99.4 Houston 100,1 Wash.St _-89.3 V-braska 114.0 Boston Col _83.1 Michigan _106,6 N.C.Slate --98,2 A r k a n s a s 91.5 S.plepo SI __8S.7 Texas 107.$ Syracuse 81.3 Okla.St 101.0 Tennessee --96.2 Texas AfrM -91.4 A i r Force -^8S-2 Arizona St _107. l^hlgh 13.B Mlnml.O 95.9 GeorRia OG.O Rice 88-S Californ a __84.5 Penn Stale _107.4 Delaware 73.5 Kansas 95,3 Kentucky --94.2 Arizona 8fi-R Boise St 80.r Michigan 106.6 VJManova --6S.1 Missouri __94,1 Florida 02.2 S.M.U. 81.S San Jose 80. Texas Tech 105.4 SHp.Rock 61.1 Minnesota .92.1 Ga.Tech 91.9 AhUcn« al - a Oregon 78.' · " - - 'Copyright 1974'by Dunkef Spofis Research Svc A Seiko Watch gives you the time, the day, and dale in English and Espano!. S W I F T S We send you to the game . . . prepared to tackle the weather. R.J. RUGUST Me N. W. Ark. 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