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· Northwest Arkaniai TIMES, Sat., Sept. 2,1 1974 FAYETTCVILLI, ARKANSAS Professional Baseball By The Associated Press American League East W L I'd GB Baltimore 82 70 .539 -New York 82 70 .539 Boston 77 73 .513 4 Cleveland 73 77 .487 8 Milwaukee 72 79 .477 9W Detroit 70 81 .404 11V4 West Oakland 85 67 .559 · -Texas ' 80 70 .533 4 Minnesota 78 74 .513 7 Chicago 74 77 .490 1014 Kan City 73 78 .483 ll'/a California . 6 1 91 .401 24 Friday's Games New York 5-3, pleveland 4-0 Baltimore 2, Boston 1 Detroit 8, Milwaukee 5 Minnesota 3, California 2 Kansas City at Texas, ppd., rain Chicago 2, Oakland 0 Saturday's Games California (Dobson 1-1) at Minnesota (Blyleven 15-16) Cleveland (J. Perry 15-12) at New York (Medich 18-14) Baltimore (Palmer 7-12) at Boston (Lee 16-13) Detroit (Coleman 13-12) at Milwaukee (Slaton 12-14) Oakland (Hunter 23-12) at Chicago (Wood 20-10), N Kansas City (Fitzmorris 11-6 and Busby 20-14) at Texas (Bibby 19-17 and Brown 12-12), 2, N National League East W L Pel. GB St. Louis 81 70 .536 -Pittsburgh 80 70 .533 'A Philaphia 74 77 .490 7 Montreal 71 79 .473 V'A New York 67 83 .447 13V4 Chicago 63 87 .420 17% West Los Angeles 95 56 .629 -Cincinnati 92 60 .605 3V5 Atlanta 84 68 .553 11V4 Houston 76 75 .503 19 San Fran 69 . 84 .451 27 San Diego 55 98 .359 41 Friday's Results Pittsburgh 4, New York 3 St. Louis 5. Chicago 2 Atlanta 1, Houston 0 Philadelphia 10, Montreal 2 Los Angeles 2, San Diego 1 San Francisco 4, Cincinnati 3 Saturday's Games New York (Koosman 13-10) at Pittsburgh (Demery 6-6 or Pizarro 0-0) Chicago (Dettore 2-3) at St. Louis (Osteen 9-10) Philadelphia (Twitchell 6-9) at Montreal. (Torres 13-8) · San Diego (Spillner 7-11) at Los Angeles (Rau 13-9) Cincinnati (Billingham 19-10) at San Francisco (Barr 13-9) Atlanta (Reed 10-10) at Houston (Siebert 1-0), N Sunday's Games New York at Pittsburgh Chicago at St.Louis- Philadelphia at Montreal Atlanta at Houston ' Cincinnati at San Francisco San Diego at Los-Angeles League Leaders I B y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NATIONAL LEAGUE ; BATTING (375 at bats) -- ·Garr, All, .354; Garvey, LA, 323 · RUNS -- Schmidt, Phi, 105; i Rose, Cin, 104. 1 RUNS BATTED IN -- Bench, ,Cin, 122; Schmidt, Phi. 115. ;. HITS -- Garr, All, 204; ;D.Cash, Phi, 197. · DOUBLES -- Hose, Cih ,42; ·Bench, Cin, 37. '· TRIPLES -- Garr. All, 16; JD.Cash, Phi, 11; A.Oliver, Pgh, i HOME RUNS -- Schmidt, ;PM, 36; Bench, Cin, 31; Wynn, ·LA, 31. ·; STOLEN BASES -- Brock, 'StL, 111; Morgan, Cin, 58. '· PITCHING (14 Decisions) -^John, LA, 13-3, .813. 2.58 Cald- 'well, SF, 14-4, .778, 3.02. . STRIKEOUTS -- Carllon Phi, 223; Messrmth LA, 21. ·.'· AMERICAN LEAGUE : BATTING (375 at bats) -- · ·Carew, Min. .363; Hargrove, ·;Tex. .329. ·I RUNS -- Yslrzmski, Bsn. 92; ·R.Jackson, Oak, 88. ; RUNS BATTED IN -- Bur · roughs, Tex, 115; Bando, Oak, '.102. ! HITS -- Carew, M i n , 205; IT.Davis, Bal, 165; Money. Mil ;165. · DOUBLES -- Rudi, Oak, 38; iKHenderson, Chi. 35; McRae IKC, 35. I TRIPLES -- Rivers, Cal. 11; ;0tis. KG, 9. ; HOME RUNS -- D.Allen, Chi ;32; R.Jackson, Oak, 29. · STOLEN BASES -- North -Oak. 53: Carew. M i n , 36. : PITCHING (14 Decisions) -;champion. Mil, 11-3, .786. 3.5f tCuellar, Bal, 20-10, .667, 3.19. :; STRIKEOUTS -- N.Ryan rCal, 343; Blyleven, Min, 224. flow They Fared £ LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Here ·is how the top ten teams in The "Associated Press high schoo: Jfoolball poll fared this week: : 1. NLR Northeast beat Mai- "vern 40-6. j 2. LR Parkview beat NLR ·Ole Main 34-8. I 3.LR Central beat LR Catholic 23-22. .; 4. FS Soulhside lost to Hot ;Springs 7-0. " 5. Blytheville beat Marianna ;S7-8. - 6. Hot Springs beat FS Soulh- Jside 7-0. - 7. West Memphis tied Jones- .boro 10-10. i 8. Pine Bluff beat Sylvan -.Hills 27-7. ',, 9. FS Northside lost to El Do- -rado 20-7. - 10. NLR Ole Main lost to Tarkvlew 34-8. Bentonville Finally Downs Siloam Despite Series Of Big Miscues SILOAM SPRINGS - Bcnton- ille and Siloam Springs battled on nearly even terms in an arly Region 1-AA showdown icre last night, with Bentonville overcoming a series of firm'blcs and blocked punts to emerge victorious 14-6. Siloam Springs started things off by; driving to the Bentonville one-yard line early in the game, only to be turned back on fourth and one by a gritty Bentonville defense. The Tigers took over but couldn't wedge it out far until forced to punt. Teenage Flash Navraiilova To Play Durr ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Teen-ager Martina Navraiilova moves into fast company today in Ihe semifinal round of a $50,)00 women's professional tennis tournament. Miss Nayratilova, 17, of Czecholovakia, pulled off a stunning upset of second-seeded Rosemary Casals on Friday lo join top-seeded Billie Jean King, third - seeded Francois Durr and fourth-seeded Judy Heldman in the semifinals. In today's action, Mrs. King takes on Miss Heldman and Miss Navratilova plays against Miss Durr. The dotibles competilion will feature the powerful combination of Mrs. .King and Miss Casals against sisters R o b i n and Laura Tenney. Miss Heldman and Ingrid Bentzer will play B e t t y Stove and Miss Durr. The championship round will be played Sunday. Miss Navratilova's 6-7, 7-5, 63 win Friday was her first in five tries against the 26-year-old Miss Casals, one of the world's top-ranking players. In Friday's other singles match, Miss Durr started slowly but defeated Tina Swaan, 26, 6-4, 6-0. The featured doubles match of the day saw Mrs. King and Miss Casals lake a 6-2, 6-3 decision from Mona Schallau and Rayni Fox. The Panthers again drove deep into Bentonville lerritoo "ollowing the punt, this time to the Tiger 13-yard line. At that point, Benlonville defender Vance West intcrcen- ed a pass by Siloam quarter- jack Bobby Leach and returnee it 44 yards to t h e Tiger 49. From there Bentonville laun died a 51-yard drive, capped with a one-yard plunge by tail back Alan Dean on a fourth and-one situation for the touch down. Monle Sliers tacked on the lra point and Bentonville Ice 7-0 with 7:16 left in Ihe first lalf. Siloam Springs caitie back to score on the last play of the irst half, driving 59 yards in six plays for the touchdown Senior tailback Bobby B.aer licked up the six-pointer on a 3-yard run. BIG PLAY Big play in the drive was a 34-yard pass from Leach to wingback James Barnett. Barn ill also got the call for the extra-point kick, but the boot went astray and Siloam stil! trailed 7-6 at the half. That's the way things s t o o d until late in the fourth quarter when Bentonville's Scott Bailey broke free, on a 45-yard -dash for a touchdown. That made i 13-6, Bentonville and Stiers again toed the point-after for the final margin with 1:08 let in the game. Siloam Springs had severa g o o d scoring opportunities following Bentonville fumbles and a blocked punt In Tiger territory, but the Panthers couldn't put toge.lher a consisl ent offense in the second half. B.ailey led the Benlonvilli ground-gainers with 74 yards on 10 carries, while Dean picke up 62 yards on 22 tries. Bobby Baer led all ball carriers for Siloam Springs with 97 yards on 26 carries while f u l l b a c k Luthe: Burroughs collected 60 on nin attempts. Bentonville is now 2-1 on thi season, while Siloam fell to 1-2 with the loss. This was tin opening conference game fo: both teams, Next Friday Bentonvitle tra vels to McDonald County, Mo for a non-conference game while the Panthers have anoth er home date with Region 1-AA foe Huntsville. Farmington Breezes To 54-C League Romp Over Hawks FARMINGTON -- The Farmington Cardinals scored the first five times they had their iiands on the football as they breezed to a 54-0 Ozark Conference romp over the Pea Ridge Black Hawks here last night. Farmington held Pea Ridge on its first series, took over near midfield and launched the first of many touchdown drives. Halfback Wesley Stevens got scoring honors, blasting over from six yards out with 6:10 left in the first quarter. The run for two points came up short. Farminglon's second touchdown came on a 15-yard run by Stevens with 3:02 left in the first quarter, and this time Stevens added the two points Father, Son To Collide YONKERS, N.Y. (AP) -- It may be Billy Haugton vs. his son. Peter, in the final of the $125,822 Yonkcrs Trot at Yonkers Raceway tonight in the second leg of Irotting's Triple Crown. The elder Haughlon will pilot Journalist in the first division. His 10-year-old son will rein Keystone Gabriel in the second mile division. Both are the only 3-1 favorites in the split necessitated because of Ihe 15-horse field. If each qualifies for the championship raceoff, as seems likely, it will be the third time in a week that father and son have opposed each other in a $100,000 slake. Peter drove Keystone Gabriel to victory in the $117,000 Colonial at Liberty Bell Park in Philadelphia last Saturday with his dad up the track behind Christopher T., the Ham- blelonian winner. The elder Haugliton withdrew Christopher T. from the Yonkers after · the Colonial because the "colt is tired." The Haughtons also raced against each other in the Little Brown Jug at Delaware, Ohio, Thursday with Billy winning the middle jewel of pacing's Triple Crown with Armbro Omaha. Going against Journalist in the first division will be Ar- mbro Oxford, Express Pride, Happy. Warrior, Lullwater Song, Lynden Victory, Sky Hook and Way lo Reason. Keystone Gariel will have to con tend with Aragon Hanover, Buekaye Count, Moot Point, Spitfire Hanover, Surge Hanover, Thrilling Speed and Nevele Diamond. Nevele Diamond, with Stanley Dancer in the sulky, drew the outside No. 8 post, but he is considered by many to be t h e lorse to beat. successfully on a run. Floyd' Shelly tacked on tin third Cardinal touchdown will H seconds left in the opening period, breaking free on a 38 yard gallop for another score Shelly also kicked the extra point to pad the Farmington margin to 21-0. But the Cardinals still weren 1 through in the first quarter With only 14 seconds left in thi initial stanza, cornerback Arlii Oxford intercepted a Pea Ridgi pass and ran it in from 15 yard; out for the touchdown. Shellj split the uprights again for a 28-0 Farmington lead at the em of the first period. Shelly opened things up in thi second quarter for Farmingtoi by springing loose on a 32-yart touchdown run with 10 minute to go in the half. Again Shelly converted the extra point making it 35-0 Cardinals. Bill Cooper was the nex touchdown-maker for Farming ton, his coming on a 12-yard run with 3:56 to play in Ihe half This time the extra point wa missed, leaving the halftimi margin at 41-0 Farmington. The Cardinals didn't wasti any time resuming the louch down parade in the second hal" after starting 'on their own 2 following the Pea Ridge kickoff Cooper broke free on the firs play from scrimmage am raced 80 yards for anothe Farmington touchdown. Shell added the extra point to mak it 48-0 Farmington with U:4t still left in the third quarter. That was all the scoring unt only 4:37 remained in the gam when reserve halfback Gar Cooper broke for a 43-yar touchdown run for the Car dinals' final touchdown. Th pass for two extra points fe incomplete and the 54-0 margi stood up until the end of th game. Team statistics were almos as one-sided as the score, wit Farmington picking up 14 f i r s downs to two for Pea Ridge The Cardinals also piled up 46 yards in total offense. Pe Ridge didn't get a first dowi u n t i l t h e fourth quarter a n c never threatened seriously t h e entire game. ' Individually for Farmington Bill Cooper accounted for 16 yards on JO carries, Shelly hac 92 yards on six carries an Stevens 72 yards on seven tries Farminglon's season record i now 3-0 and Ihe Cardinals three-season win streak is 2 games. Pea Ridge f e l l lo 1-1 with the loss, both setback coming in conference poay.' ' N e x t week Farmingloi travels to Mounlainburg for ; non-league game, while Pe: Ridge lakes on Ozark f o i Ycllville on the the road. Poland Jumps Ahea WARSAW - Poland look a 0 lead over Portugal after th first day of their best-of-5 Davi Cup compelilion. Yanks Return To First Via Twinbill Sweep For Razorback Football Fans Win Is Difference BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The New York Yankees arc :crtainly having their lips anc downs these days. Right now hey're up in the Americai -eague East Division pennant ace. The Yankees, who dropped out of first place Thursday light, moved back in Fridaj with a doublehe,ader sweep over the Cleveland Indians. . "I don't think ups and downs jother this team," said Nev York Manager Bill Virdon aftei :he resilient Yankees beat the Indians 5-4 and 3-0. "Tliis lean seems to handle pressure pretty well." The Yankees moved into a tie with Baltimore in the pressurized race as the Orioles defeated sagging Boston 2-1 and plunged the third-place Red Sox lour games off the pace. In the other American League games, the Chicago White Sox blanked the Oakland A's 2-0; the Minnesota Twins nipped the California Angels 3-2 and the Detroit Tigers trimmed ;he Milwaukee Brewers 8-5. Rain postponed the Kansas "·ily-Texas game. Bobby Murccr's run-scoring triple in the ninth inning gave the Yankees their first-game victory. They won the second game as Larry Gura pitched a six-hitter. New York got all the runs Gura needed in the fourth inning. Elliott Maddox opened with a double and Murcer was hit by a pitch. Lou Piniella singled to left, scoring Maddox, and after Thurman Mimson forced Piniella, Chris Chambliss doubled. New York added another run in the sixth. Orioles 2, Red Sox 1 Don Baylor and Boog Powell belted home runs and Ross Grirnsley and Grant Jackson combined to pitch a six-hitter, leading Baltimore over Boston.- In the second inning, Baylor drilled his 10th homer of the season--a drive into the screen in left - center field. Powell's I0th of the year broke a 1-1 tie in the seventh. White Sox Z, A's 0 Johnson and Terry Forster combined on a three-hitter and Jorge Orta's run-scoring single keyed a two-run sixth inning, pacing Chicago over Oakland. The loss cut Oakland's American League West Division lead to four games over the Texas Rangers, "who were rained out Twins 3, Angels 2 Minnesota took advantage of California starter Nolan Ryan's wildness and an error by first baseman John Doherty to score two runs in the seventh inning and defeat the Angels. Tigers 8, Brewers 5 Rookie Dan Meyer belted two home runs and John Knox' two- run single capped a seventh-inning rally that gave Detroit its victory over Milwaukee. LITTLE ROCK (AP)'.-- What a difference a victory makes. Two years ago, the University of Arkansas opened its season against Southern California. The game was 11 sellout. Razorback fans stood outside the sta- d i u m begging for tickets. USC won 31-10 and the following week the fans who hud been inside the stadium were on the outside trying to unload their tickets for the Oklahoma State game. Tonight, the fans on the outside will be trying to buy tickets to see Arkansas play Okla homa State. Arkansas opened the 1974 season last week with a 22-7 upset of the University of Southern California before a record crowd of 64,622. The lOth-ranked Razorbacks are a one-touchdown favorite over OSU. The Cowboys whipped the Razorbacks 38-6 last year after Arkansas had won five straight in the series. Oklahoma State opened its 1974 season with a 59-0 victory over Wichita Slate, but Coach Jim Stanley was far from pleased. "You've' gotta look at it like it is, Wichita State didn't com- ASU Scrimmage Features Runs Of Lalfimore JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) -Arkansas-State University tailback Lyle Laltimore ran 80 yards for a touchdown Friday as the Indians' No. 1 offense got the best of the No. 1 defense. The junior speedster also had a 61-yard carry during the scrimmage, but safety David Hines brought him down before he made it to the end zone. ' Another big play was turned in by wide receiver Tom Wiseman, who hooked up with reserve quarterback James Flynn on a 79-yard scoring pass. Quarterback Steve Burks, who Coach Bill Davidson said "looked Ihe best he's looked this fall," executed the No. 1 offense. Burks had a 25-yard touchdown r u n . "There is no doubt that this was our best scrimmage to date," said Davidson. "The savage-type hitting today was just like it has been all week and I Ihink we're finally beginning to develop a little con- sislancy." Three injuries were reported Friday. Tailback Willie Harris pulled a muscle, fullback Stan Winfrey sustained bruised ribs and center Hugh Crist was hospitalized with strained knee ligaments. Crist is the only one who will be sidelined for long, Davidson said. The Indians will lake the weekend off. Monday they be gin preparing for their Southland Conference opening game with Louisiana Tech next Saturday at Jonesboro. Volleyballers Plan Meeting The Fayelleville Parks and Recreation Department has announced the formation of a church . volleyball league for 1974-75. A captains' meeting is scheduled for 6:30. September 3 Oat Ihe Youth Center. A n y interested persons may attend. Those who wish' additional information may call David White at 442-9242. Russia, India Tied POONA, India - Vijay Am- rilraj and Alex Melreveli each scored singles victories on the opening day of the Davis Cup semifinals between India and the Soviet Union. SWC Expected To Fare Well By The Associated Press | The Southwest Conference 1 as expected to fatten its already gaudy record against in-' :ersectional foes today with the Texas Aggies facing the toughest row to hoe. The SWC won six of seven games last week and was favored in five games today. Defending SWC champion Texas,was a prohibitive favorite over Wyoming in a night game at Austin, featuring the debut of Mike Presley as the starting Longhorn quarterback. Some 50,000 fans were expected in Memorial Stadium. Texas Tech was also heavily favored over New Mexico from three to four touchdowns. The Huntsville Tops Mountain Home, 25-6 HUNTSVILLE -- The Huntsville F,agles picked up their second victory of the season, a 25-6 decision over Mountain Home, for first year head coach Tom Tice. The Eagles looked impressive, scoring in all four quarters while limiting the Mountain Home bunch to only 170 yards tola! offense and a lone second period score. Scott Hicks accounted for that'touchdown on a one yard burst, however, the extra point try failed and the Blue Bomber offense was sidetracked for the final two periods of play. Huntsville got their - offense rolling the very first time they touched the ball. The Eagles moved 60 yards and capped the drive with quarterback Jim Coger's eight yard run. -Coger then kicked the extra point for a 7-0 lead. . Jerry riorton capped another sustained Eagle drive this time from four yards away. Huntsville set up the 50 yard march on a fumble recovery. ' The Eagles tried for two this time, but were stopped short of t h e goal lino Mountain Home then scored their touchdown for a 13-6 halftime score. . In the third period Coger ran the opening kickoff all the way back to the Mountain Home .49. From there the Eagles ground o u t t h e yardasje with J e r r y Horlon scoring from the one. Then in the f i n a l stanza Coger hit Randy Ledbetter for 26 yards and a touchdown after a 70 yard drive. Jerry Morion paced the Huntsville offense with 101 yards on 26 carries while teammate Ray Bouchard managed 40 yards on eight carries. Coger was three for seven in the passing department for M yards and one touchdown. The Eagles picked up 254 tolal yards on offense and 15 first downs. Bill Parsons, Rick Evans, Mike Ferguson, Kim Tipton and Bouchard anchored Ihe Hunls- ville defense. Next week the Eagles travel to Siloam Springs for a bout with the Panthers. Red Raiders of Coach Jim Carlen ride a 10-game winning streak into Albuquerque. Arkansas, riding the wave of a shocking upset of Southern California, was a four-point pick over rugged Oklahoma State of the Big Eight Confer ence. The ' Cowpokes ripped Wichita State 59-0 last week Some 55,000 fans were expectec for the night game in Little Rock's War Memorial Stadium Southern Methodist was a 19 point -selection over Virginia Tech in a day game in the Cot ton Bowl, a turnout of fewer than 20,000 was anticipated. Rice was a slight favorite over Cincinnati In a night game with some .20,000 fans pre dieted. The Aggies were 12-point up, derdorgs to LSU and its voca Baton Rouge, La., followers The Aggies last defeated the Ti gers in Baton Rouge in 1970. Potent Arizona State was f 17-point favorite over Texa Christian and new Coach Jim Shofner, who had trouble get ling his aerial circus off th ground last week in a 12-3 vie tory over Texas-Arlington. Missouri was a 15-point pick over Baylor as it hosted th Bears at Columbia, Mo., i n " , day game. Baylor upset OL Mizzou 27-0 two years ago ii the same stadium. Houston, an independen which doesn't join the SWC fo keeps until 1976, was a 13-poin choice over Miami in a regio nally televised match. Team Canada Has 10-1 Lead Over Russia WINNIPEG (AP) - Russia's chances of evening ils eight- game hockey scries with Team Canada 74 appeared improved today with Gordie Howe and goalie Gary Cheevers considered doubtful slarlers for the Canadians. Howe, whtfse ribs were injured in Thursday night's 4-1 victory over Russia in Toronto ?S',,' L can P' av ir lfle coach (Billy Harris) wants me lo" X-rays showed no fractures. However, Harris said he would not decide whether to play Howe until he received more information about the injury. Team Canada, an all-star aggregate from tho Word Hockey Associalion, leads the series 101. The two teams tied 3-3 in the opener at Quebec City Tuesday. "I really don't know how it happened," Howe, 46, said. "We were bumping, about three or four of us, and I didn't feel anything until I got back to Ihe bench." tared'.to us physically," Stanley aid. "The film proved If we ilay like that againsl Arkansas ve'll gel beat Ihrce touchdowns. Bolh teams will operate from he wishbone offense. Arkansas stayed on the Around againsl USC, throwing only two passes. One was intercepted and the other was completed for a loss of 11 yards. Halfbacks Barnabas While and Ike Forte and fullback Marsh White rushed for a total of 219 yards against USC. Each averaged 4.3 yards a try or bet- ,er. 'It'll tako more than arm tackle to get Forte or Barnabas White down," said OSU defensive coordinator Lance Van Zandt after watching the Razorbacks. "The same goes for the fullback." Arkansas' defense olayed superbly against USC, inter- copting four Pat Haden passes and recovering two tumbles. "We were playing a finesse learn Saturday," s a i d Aiv kansas Coach Frank Broylcs. "This is more of a jaw-to-jaw offense and defense." The kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) IN THE EYE OF THE WISHBONE ... tonight against Oklahoma State will be Arkansas defensive end William Watkins, a Ugh school team- inate of Cowboy defensive end James "Duck" White at Hot Springs · But Bucs Keep Pace With 4-3 Victory Home Run Boosts St. Louis Cards 5-2 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The St. Louis Cardinals and Pittsburgh Pirates, vying for the lead of the National League East, took opposite routes to the same destination Friday night. * The Cards used the long ball, a three-run blast by catcher Ted Simmons, to beat the Chicago Cubs 5-2. The Pirates didn't get any home runs, but made the best of two weak singles, a walk, a wild pitch, a passed ball, two infield grounders and some alert baserunning to beat t h e New York Mets 4-3. The victories kept the Cards in first place in the NL East, one-half game ahead of Pittsburgh. Elsewhere in the National League, Los Angeles beat San Diego 2-1, San Francisco edged Cincinnati 4-3, Atlanta 'blanked Houston 1-0 -and Philadelphia whipped Montreal 10-2. Cards 5, Cubs 2 Mike Tyson opened the Cards' big inning with a walk, pitcher Bob Forsch sacrificed and was safe at first base on a Oilers Endanger Surprising Unbeaten Mark Against Browns By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In the past two National Football League seasons, Houston victories were a contradiction in terms. The Oilers won regular season games as often as the Miami Dolphins look home the Super Bowl.* The Oilers have viewed victories in moral terms because their statistical ones were singular. For 1972, the record book said 1-13 and 1973 was no improvement whatsoever. Here it is 1974, the season is one game old and the Oilers are 1-0. Now they only hope they aren't victims of some sort of quota system. Houston brings its undefeated season into Cleveland Sunday to face the Browns, who have beaten the Oilers all eight times the two clubs have gotten together. Besides the Oilers, 11 other teams risk undefeated records Sunday when the second week of Ihe NFL season swings into action with Miami at Buffalo. St. Louis at Washington, Kansas City at Oakland, New Orleans at Los Angeles, Minnesota at Detroit, San Diego at Cincinnati, San Francisco at Atlanta, the New York Jets at Chicago, Pittsburgh at Denver, Green Bay at Baltimore a n d New England at New Haven, Conn, to play the New York Giants. Then the Dallas Cowboys put Iheir undefeated season on the line Monday night in Phila- dcphia against the Eagles in a nationally televised game. 0. J. 'PROBABLE' O.J. Simpson, who injured his ankle last week when Buffalo rallied to beat Oakland is listed as a probable starter. Those Kansas City nnd Oakland folk are feudin' again. The Chiefs, 1-0, and the Raiders, 01, have battled to a standoff, dividing the previous spats 14-14- Quarlerback Joe Gllllam satisfied hts first-period critics with a dazzling passing display of 257 yards and two touchdowns in the Steelers' 30-0 rout of Baltimore. The Broncos lost a close one to the Rams last week but hold a 3-0 career edge over Pitlsburgh. Joe Namalh and Abe Gibron will both be avaiable for the Jels-Bears clash. Namalh has a bad back in addilion to a chronically sore right knee. Gibron spenl the early part of Ihe week hospitalized for treatment of a left leg afflicted by cellutitis and phlebitis^, but insisted he would be on the sidelines Sunday. San Diego stands in the way of Cincinnati's 15th consecutive home victory. The Chargers, 01, lead the league in total offense with 411 yards. Baltimore quarterback Marty Domrcs was hurt in last week's 30-0 loss to Pittsburgh but is expected back against the Packers. So is Jerry Tagge who was h u r t by Ihrce interceptions in Green Bay's 32-17 loss to Minnesota. Utah Releases Zelmo Beat/ SALT LAKE CITY (AP) The Utah Stars, who recently acquired high school c e n t e r Moses Malone with a reported miiltimillion dollar conlract, Friday gave up Zelmo Beaty, the veteran center who took them to an American Basketball Association crown in 1971. The futures of as many as four other Stars players also were in doubt as the team was to begin workouts today. TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Salei and Service H«w A Una Anttnnn C«lor · Black A Whit* Bwisttri · Towers Fr«* lst|m«t«t 751-7927 7I1-MM 7ll-«S7 fielders' choice and Lou Brock singled to load the bases. After Ted Sizemore fouled out, .Reggie Smith singled home Tyson to put St. Louis in front 2-1 but Forsch was thrown out trying to score. Simmons then blasted his 18th home run of the year. Pirates 4, Mets 3 Mets starter Ray Sadecki had a 3-1 lead and a five-hitter until the Pirates rallied in the ninth. Rookie Art Howe led off with a walk, and Tug McGraw relieved Sadecki. Howe took second on a wild pitch, but McGraw struck out pinch-hitter Dave Parker. Pinch-hitter Paul Popovich tapped a weak single, Howe going to third, and Rennie Stennctt followed with a bloop single to score Howe, move Popovich to third, and chase McGraw. Harry Parker took over on the mound, but Sanguillen hit a bouncer to shortstop Teddy Martinez, who threw to third trying to get Stennell. His throw was too late, and Popovich crossed the plate with the tying run. After Parker walked Al Oliver intentionally and loaded the bacs, Willie Stargell hit a ground ball and Stennett crossed Ihe plate. Dodgers 2, Padres 1 . . Steve Yeager's fifth - inning homo run provided the winning margin for the Dodgers. Giants 4, Reds 3 Tito Fuentcs singled, stol« second and rode home on Gary Thomasson's single in the eighth inning, 'breaking a 3-3 tie and lifting the Giants past Ihe Reds. San Francisco had rallied for two runs in the seventh to tie. Braves 1, Astros 0 Knucklcballer Phil NIckro, 18-12, fired a four-hitter and drove in the only run of the game with a sacrifice fly in the fifth inning for Ihe Braves. Sieve Carlton fired a four-hitter and Del Unser and Willie M o n t a n e z ripped two-run homers for the Phils. COMPLETE LINE of BUILDING MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS DISCOUNT PRICES BANKAMERICARD-MASTER CHARSE WELCOME PEMVERY SERVICE ' ALSO NEW HOMES AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS 7KELLEY BROTHERS LUMBER VCO. 2401 NORTH GREGG ON W«l Tovnuhip Nwlh OrtM Phone 442-2351

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