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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

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Southside, Hot Springs May Be Sneak Preview By HARRY KING LITTLE HOCK CAP) -- A movie theater would hill Hot Springs vs. Fort Smilli Southside as a "sneak preview." The game Friday night at Fort Smith could well be an early look at the finals of the Class AAA playoff. Hot Springs is the favorite in AAA-Cenlral and Southside is the choice in AAA-Wcst. Southside, 2-0, is No. 4 in the high school poll. Hot Springs, also 2-0, is No. G. Soulhside has beaten Class AAAA North Little Rock Olc Main and Conway of AAA-Wcst. Hot Sprinigs has beaten Class AA Malvcrn and conference opponent Jackoiiville. Hot Springs was a bit sluggish against Jacksonville, trailing 7-0 at one point. The Trp Jans may have been lookinig ahead a hit. The home field could, be the difference. FS SOUTHSIDE 14, HOT SPRINGS 13. Little Rock Parkview, the de fending champion in AAAA anc No. 2 in the state, takes on con ferencc opposition for the firsl time Thursday night. The Pa triots take on North Little Rock Ole Main, rated No. 10 t h i s week. Parkview has vanquishei Little Rock McClcllnn and Camden. Ole Main lost t Southside and then reooundec with a victory over .Toneshoro. A goal-line stand in this game last year got the Patriots start cd to the conference champion ship and the 1974 edition maj be better. · LR PARKVIEW 14, NLR OLE MAIN 7. West Memphis and Jonesbon meet in an important AAA-Eas game Friday night with thi viimcr emerging as a challeng- r to Blythevillc. West Memphis fullback Leon ml Clay is hard to stop. WEST MEMPHIS 14, JONESBORO 10. Last week's record was 37-12, a .755 percentage, and raised lie season record to 72-28, .720. Here are oilier predictions in- 'olving AAAA, AAA and AA cams: LR Central 10, LR Catholic 7; ?S Norlhside 13, El Dorado C; LR Hall 20, LR Mills 7; NLR Northeast 17, Malvern 8; Pine Bluff 21, Sylvan Hills 6; Benton 4, Bryant 6; Jacksonville 7, Helena 6; Texarkana 20, LR McClellan 7; Conway 13, Morrilton 7; Russellville 14, Fa- etleville 8; Rogers 13, Spring' dale 12; Blytheville 26, Ma rianna 7; Memphis Tech 13, Torrest City 7; Bentonville 14 Siloam Springs 7, and Harrison 13, Marshall 7. Mountain Home 14, Huntsville B; Sallisaw, Okla. 7,' Alma 0 Mena 13, Broken Bow, Okla., 7 Van Buren 20, Dardanelle 14 Paris 21, Greenwood 7; Subiaci 13, Waldrcn 7; Batesville 20 Rivercrest 14; Newport 20. Gos nell 14; Osccola 14, Trummann 13; Paragould 20, Walnut Ridg 14; Corning. 13, Pocahonlas 7 Greene County Tech 7, Piggot G, and Wynne 20, Brinkley G. DeWitt 13, Hughes 7; Stutt gart 14, Marion 8; Marvell 7 Parkin 6; Camden 10, Dollar way 14; Lake Hamilton 15 Magnet Cove fi; Watson Chape 20, Rison 14; Cabot 14, Lonok 10; Lakeside 27, Searcy 13 Sheridan 20, White Hall 8; Hop 13, Arkadelphia 7; Ashdown 20 Fairvicw 15: Hamburg 13 Crossed 7; Springhill, La., 7 Magnolia C; Dumas 13, Mont cello 7; Eudora 14, Fordyce 7 Star City 21,. Lake Village 13 and McGehee 14, Warren 13. Pirates Win Must Game 4-1 PITTSBURGH (AP) -- The t. Louis Cardinals took the ust-another-ballgame, gel-em- ext-lime approach after los- ng, but down the halt the Pittsburgh Pirates sjglicd with re- icf. "This was a must game for us," Manager Danny Miirtaugh aid aflcr Pittsburgh defeated t. Louis 4-1 Wednesday night o move within VA games of he first-place Cardinals in the National League East. The Pirates had stumbled to six straight losse previously and the Cardinals had won thai many in a row, including a 2-1 riumph over Pittsburgh in- IS nnings Tuesday night. "The pressure was definitely on us," Pirate lefty Jim Hooker said after stopping the Cardi- lals with a complete-game six- liller. "A lost tonight w o u l d have put us 3'/z games back, and we would really have had our work cut out fo rus." echoed Al Oli ver, who backed Rooker with two doubles and a pair of UBI. "And when you fall 3Vz games behind a good ball club you have to have ALL th breaks going lor you," Olive: added. The Cardinals, who had beat en Pittsburgh in 10 of 13 pre vious encounters, didn't buy th nation that another victorj would have been the coup grace for the Pirates. "No way," said Cardina shortstop Mike Tyson, wh made two errors in the fourtl inning when the Pirates t o o l the lead to stay with two run off loser Lynn McGlothen. "We still have to keep win ning. There's no way we coul have wrapped it up with a wi tonight," Tyson added. After Big OSU Debut Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs,, S«pt. 19, W4 · -AYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS Wo/ker Not Scared Kenny Walker was running cared when ho got his hands n the football in his Oklahoma tato debut against Wichita laic. Cowboy fans didn't otice, though, as Walker sprin- eci 120 yards on just five arries. Walker, a junior college ransfer from Mesa, Ariz., Klmits the crowd ot 34,000 had im anxious before kickoff. le'd never played before a crowd of better than 600 before. "I was scared and shaky icfore the game started," Wal- :er, a G-3, 205-pounder claims. 'Once I got in 1 was okay, ieeing the crowd almost killed me at first but by the time he game was over it didn't bother me at all." Walker knows the crowd von't be as friendly this week as the Cowboys visit L i t t l e lock for a date with Arkansas. The competition should be tougher, too. "I know it isn't easy playing at Arkansas," says Walker "Those guys are 'good. I know they'll be up for us. Perhaps the most difficul thing for Walker \yill be to crack the starling lineup. The Cowboys have six halfbacks with blazing speed and coach Jim Stanley admits all six have a shot at starting. TIME WILL COME "I know my time will come,' sighs Walker, "but things are sure different here. At Mesa if you got a slight injury you still had your spot when you came back. Here if you have an injury or have a bad practice you might end up on the third learn." 0-State enjoys its depth at halfback, a situation that is vital to effectively run the Wishbone. Although Walker didn't start against Wichita, he ilayed as much as anyone. In the second half Walker wice exploded for long touchdown runs. The first one carried 48 yards, the next 47. Walker didn't have any rouble when it came lo the "ool race. He has 4.5 speed in he 40 and runs a consistent 1.6 in the 100. As soon as Tom iVojf and Ron Boyer opened the irst hole for Walker, the running back knew he was gone. A member of Ihe j u n i o r college national champion 440- yard relay team, Walker was uncertain about choosing a school and didn't sign until "the ,ast minute. "My coach at Mesa told me '. was wasting time in deciding where I was going," Walker ·ecalls. "My firsl choices were Arkansas or Southwestern Loui iiana. "Then I visited OSU and saw Is physical education department," he adds. "That PE Building (the Colvin Center) is beautiful. Since I'm a PE major and want to coach, I decided OSU would be the best place for me." Fight Rescheduled NEW YORK - The George Foreman-Muhanimad Ali heavyweight championship fight Ir Kinshasa. Zaire has been re scheduled for Oct. 30, according lo promoter Hank Shwartz. Houston Collects SWC Match Play Golf Title Over SMU TEXARKANA, Ark. AP) The University of Houston Cougars defeated Soulhoin Method- st University 3K to 2K to lake ,he Southwest Conference Golf Tournament match play title lore Wednesday. The victory gave the Cougars a clean sweep of the three SWC golf championships. Tile University of Texas took third place with GO defeat of Texas Tech. The Cougar team of Keith Fergus, Elroy Marti, Van Gillen and Brad Fabel captured the four-ball litle with a 196 to tal. Texas Tech finished second four strokes behind. Two-ball play was won by Fergus and Marti at 206, j u s t one stroke ahead of fellow Cougars Gillen and Fabel. Other match play finals wore: SMU, 204, Texas, 204, Rice, 205; Arkansas, 208; Texas AM, 211; Texas Christian, ill; and Baylor; 214. Willis Reed Retires NEW YORK -- Willis Reed the 6-foot-10 center from Grambling who led the New York Knicks to a pair of National Basketball Association titles in a standout 10-year pro career, retired from basketball rather than undergo additional surgery on his ailing right knee. KEN'S PIZZA RESERVE NOTE $1.00 OFF WITH PURCHASE OF ANY IS" PIZZA Not Good On Delivery Or Carry Out RIOOMAIU AT 409 West Dickson VOID WITH ANY OTHER PROMOTION KEN'S PIZZA DOLLAR j JHROfflME: Get Extra Bonus Accessories During Our Super Bike Sale! BIKES ARE UNASSEMBLED IN CARTON 26-INCH COASTER BICYCLE Reg. 51.87 3 Days Only 49.83 ^Included In Price: Chain and Lock, 3-Pc. Tool Set, One-Ceil Headlight. Men's, boys' bikes have rac- ing-slyle handlebar, saddle. Girls', women's; mat- tress-lype saddle with touring handlebar. ALL BIKES AVAILABLE IN BOYS' AND GIRLS' MODELS 24-IN, 3-SPEED BICYCLES Our Reg. 62.97 3 Days Only 59.97 * Included In Price: Frame Pump, Chain and Lock, 3-Pc. Tool Set, For boys, girls , men, women. Lightweight bikes feature twist contrpl.snappy white sidewall tires. Handsome, dark green finish. Charge it. TROPICAL FISH Reg. 1.121.97 *r fEach tyretail Mollie, Painted Swordtail, Dwarf Goura- .mi, Chinese Alga Eater. 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