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As Redskins Test St. Louis Thomas Replaces Brown WASHINGTON Duane Thomas Larry Brown at (AP) will replace - -- running buck . S u n d a y for the Washington Redskins agamsl the St. Louis Cardinals. Coach George Allen «a!d Saturday. Brown, who guttered a knee Injury against, the New York Giants last week, will not play In the game unless there is an emergency, said Allen. "It is best to keep him out and give him the rest," said Ails able to play, len. "He though." Brown came on the field at the start of Friday's session, the last major practice of the week, limping noticeably on the strained right knee he hurt against the Giants, Five minutes into the workout, he left the field. He returned a few minutes later, pedaled a bicycle around the field scvci'at times, then left for good to take whirlpool treatments on his knee. lie did not practice all week. Thomas, who has been working out at halfback and fullback, ran exclusively Friday in the same backfield with Larry Smith, who will start at fullback. "Duane is in good shape," said Allen. best position. "Halfback He'll do is his a good job and Moses (Denson) also is ready." Assistant coach Charlie Wall- er. In charge of tire backfield, said Thomas would have no problem moving into the halfback position where ho will be making his first start In a regular season game since 1971. "When he after being first came suspended back from the team at the end a! training camp for an altercation with Waller, lie had lost a lot of weight," said Waller. "Actually he overworked himself.' He was down to 200 pounds. Right now he's about 205 and he's ready to play." Brown's importance to . the Redskins' scheme can hardly be over-emphasized. He has missed only four games in his Redskins career, all losses. With Brown hampered by a series of injuries last season, tht Redskins' ground attack dropped to 25th in the NFL. Although he didn't miss any games, lie failed to have a 100- yard performance until the last outing of the season. In other moves, Allen announced that linebacker Rusty Tillman has been named captain of the! special teams, replacing punt returner Speedy Duncan who was cut this week. One other quarterback switch Sonny calls for Jurgensen holding and regular center Len Hauss centering for Mark Moseley's placement attempts, instead of the Joe Theismann- Danny Ryczek combination. NerthwMt Arkontai TIMES, Sun., Sept. 22, 1974 rAVKTTCVILLC, ARKANSAS 3C NASCAR Crown Hangs In The Balance Yarbrough Chasing Richard Petty an ever | the reason we aren't going to racing's'give up on it." Looking ahead to next year, NORTH WILKESBOHO, N.C.'points add up. It's money times (AP) -- Cale Yarborough is races run, so we can come by number two and is trying hard- j 543 points pretty easy. That's er, perhaps harder than before to win stock car top prize. The 35-year-old veteran stock car driver is second in point standings in the ,Grand National championship, a title that has eluded him throughout his racing career. Yarborough, a county commissioner from Tlmmonsville, S.C., is hot on Richard Potty's trail going into Sunday's Wilkes 400 race. With the season near- Ing an end, Yarborough is 543 points behind Petty, who has won the national title an unprecedented four limes. "We've had a tough race with Yarborough said his plans are not finaii/ed. But he said. "Our plans right now are to run just like we did this year. We plan to run all the races and go for the championship again." Eagles Have Been Rated As Division Contenders But Cowboys Given Easy Margin PHILADELPHIA (AP)--"If we play like we did last week we'll be embarrassed, run out of the ball park." , °" th lme Ior nls at North Carolina Takes ACC League Win W I N S T 0 N-SALEM, N.C. CAP)--North Carolina, using precise passing by Chris Kupec and Bill Paschall, and a tenacious goal-line defense, shut out Wake Forest 31-0 Saturday Dodge at a speed of 105.087 in an Atlantic Coast Conference ml 'es Per hour, a fraction of a football game. i second faster than Yar- The Tar Heels, normally a Borough's 104.846 m.p.h. running team, needed their I In ?TMl Yarborough has been wlll llle ^ lclll ,,,,,,,,,,,. passing game to occupy the '· running second to Petty for ,, ,., ,. . .. , , uioi.k i?£.TMi i!»»v,,«i.TM/ ,,,!,,, most of the season. Pettv has Dallas didn t give the already n t YC iiau a. luuuii i due w i i i i .-.i .. , · . . r - . i t L Richard all year, and with five ! Ar ? hll ^ e ' phla tEa , g) . e / ., co . ackh races to go we're pretty far be Mlk ?, McCormack laid it righ hind in points, but we definitely "" """ '""' '"' h " "'""" "' haven't given uc." the popular driver said. "We're going to run him down to the last race. "You never know what will ha' ·-·!. "?ichavcl could h a v e some bad luck and I could have some good luck," Yarborough said just before he qualified his Chevrolet second behind Petty for Sunday's race. PETTY WINS POLE Petty won the pole in his their first practice session alter Sunday's 7-3 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals in a National Football League opener. McCormack. however, didn't dwell long on the pessimistic side of things. "If we play the game we're capable of playing, I think we cas win Monday night," he told his chagrined players. Monday night's opponent ear that if we play our game ve can beat anybody. We've lot to be in the frame of mine play aggressive football." The Eagles gave Dallas fits n 1973. In the first game Phila- elphia entertained a home rowd with a 30-16 victory. Lat r in Texas, the Eagles burst to 10-0 lead, but quarterbacl toman Gabriel was injum nd Dallas went on to a 31-11 ecision. PHILLY A CONTENDER McCormack's team has been ated in many places as televised game--complete with Frank Gifford, Howard Cosell and Alex Karras --is the tough Dallas Cowboys, favorites to win the Eastern Division. bonafide contender for a playoff spot in 1974. That's why the slipshod performance against SI. Louis was such a shock. "We made too many mental Wake Forest bogged down linebackers who the running al- most of the season. Petty has . ,, , ten races. Yarborough *TM,,S*!? S1 leads in winnings, £,* r solace with Atlanla (AP Wlrcphoto) FIRST DOWN COMPLETION - .. .Baylor'* Alcy Jackson (86) snares a seven yard pass and secures a first down despite de- ·· pensive pressure from Missouri's Rob Fitzgerald. The action came in the first perio'd of Saturday's contest played at Columbia, Mo. .J : . 4th Quarter TD Secures Decision «e ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ * ^ ·--^^--^, '(, ' , · f Missouri Barely Trips Baylor Bears tack in the early going. Kupec nm ?- ^go'Tnd ' Y "£'"'""h TMTMTM * eam in their Sunda y and Paschall, the alternating,{TM h ^680 and Yarborough L . Quarterback Roger quarterbacks, got the job done has won WOJ B« ' Staubach, running back Calvin with Jimmy Jerome as their Statistics show that Petty has pj;][ a n j rookie Ed (Too chief target. fin i s '^ d . H ,^' at : cs l nn the j,° p " ve Tall) Jones looked . 'awesome After the Deacon defense and 20 in the top 10, while Yar- aga j ns [, a touch opponent loosened, tailbacks James Bet- borough has finished 18 races "Dallas is an awfully good terson, Mike Voighl, and , in the top five and 19 in the top f o o t b a l l t e a m said Charlie Williams scored on 110. McCormaek. "They have touchdown runs. Freshmen Yarborough has been stuck pericnce But wt showed last scatback Mel Collins scored on with a second place distinction ' a 42-yard punt return. s j nc e last year. He finished in the final point standings behind Benny Parsons. Yarborough said he did not have any special plans for the u any of the remaining races in art effort to close the gap on Petty. "We just try to do the best we can and everywhere we go we play it by ear," he said. EAST LANSING, Mich. CAP) "We are going to run hard just -- Mike Jones caught a 30-yard 'ike we have every other race touchdown pass jusl before ai ]d J" s f hope we come oul the lalftirne and tailback Rich winner." Trojans Shut Out Syracuse By 19-0 Score ; COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -Freshman tailback Joe Stewart .'. of Missouri scored from, a yard ·'· out in the fourth quarter, and i'the Tigers hung on for a 28-21 .·' college football victory over . mistake - plagued Baylor Saturday. Stewart's burst-two p l a y s . after a pass interference penal- -,-ly against the visiting Bears .* had given Missouri a first down ' at the four--capped a 70-yard march. r Moments earlier, nerback Charles Baylor cor- McClanahan · broke out of a pileup at the i.Bear goal line, after grabbing a fumble and romped 96 yards for a touchdown that deadlocked the game at 21-21. Missouri cornerback Uob Fitzgerald set up a touchdown early in the second half by intercepting Neal Jeffrey's pass and returning it 30 yards to the Baylor 21. Three plays later, Ray Smith passed to Mark Miller for nine yards and a touchdown that gave the Tigers a temporary lead. Missouri utilized Tony Gillick's long runs and Baylor put together long drives that left the two teams tied 14-14 at the half. The Bears rolled 80 yards Dorsett Sparks Pittsburgh To 27-17 Win Over Ga. Tech "-,, ATLANTA (AP) -- AH-Amer- '· ican Tony Dorsett scored two touchdowns and rushed for 168 yards Saturday, sparking 15th- ranked Pittsburgh to a 27-17 college football victory over Georgia Tech. D o r s e t t , t h e Panther's brilliant sophomore, brought Pitt from behind on the first play of the final quarter when Vandy Blitzes VMI With Big Passing Attack -' NASHVILLE (AP) -- Vanderbilt quarterbacks David Lee .and Fred Fisher combined to Miit 13 of 16 passes and Adolph ~ Groves scored on three short runs as the Commodores blitzed Virginia Military Institute 45-7 · in college football Saturday afternoon. Lee, a reserve, hit eight of nine passes for 118 yards and · Fisher connected on five of sev- · en for 64 yards. Groves scored · on runs to two, one and one yards. Fisher and Lee completed all seven of their first half passes and Vandy scored f o u r - of the first times it had the building up a 28-0 lead. ball, VMI had only three sustained drives the entire game and its ·only touchdown came on a 38- yard interception return by defensive end Glenn Jones. Vanderbilt's other touchdowns came on one-yard runs by Fisher and Jamie O'Rourke. Lee ran 11 yards for another score and Mark Tdams kicked a 40- ·.yard field goal. The victory gave Vanderbilt a 2-» record and marked t h e first time sine 1970 the Comma .dores have won their first two ·games. VMr is now 1-1. VMI had little offensive punch, penetrating only to the Vanderbilt « during the first half. for the game's first touchdown, Jeffrey throwing 18 yards to Phillip Kent for the score. Gillick returned a punt 31 yards to the Baylor 27 and on the second scrimmage play, Miller darted 24 yards on a re verse to the goal. Gilliek took another point late in the first half and went 53 yards for six points. Baylor struck right back and went 65 yards, Steve Beaird getting the TD. he knifed across from the one to give the Panthers a 20-14 lead. Tech had taken its only lead of the game nine minutes earlier when David Sims scored from the one to give the Yellow Jacket's a 14-13 edge. The Panthers, now 2-0, put he game out of reach with le.ss i ban three minutes remaining' vhen Rill Daniels tossed a 10-! ·ard touchdown pass to Bruce Vfurphy, capping a 67-yard drive. Dorsett, who got his 168 'ards on 29 carries, also scored m a 20-yard run in the second quarter. Pitt opened the scoring on a one-yard sneak by Daniels after Dennis Morehead returned a punt 70 yards to the Tech 14. Tech's other touchdown came on a seven-yard run by Pat Moriarty, and Danny Smith kicked a 33-yard field goal. Ichiban Dojo Adds Yaoita To Its Staff Ichiban Dojo of Rogers has employed a talented judo instructor for its new sports complex. Clifford Yaoita, 26, recently Joined the staff of the Ichiban Dojo and wiU"oe in charge of judo classes. Yaoita is holder of a fourth degree black belt from the Kodak an Judo Institute of Japan, Buckeyes Top Oregon State With Griffins COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -The Griffin brothers combined laiioiiiit: aim LdiiutUJri tviuii ··"····--* -- , . , · Baes added two fourth-quarter Asked if he felt Petty's lead i for three touchdowns and Len scores Saturday as Michigan · w a s insurmountable, Yar- Willis returned a kickoir 87 Slate shutoul Syracuse 19-0 in borough said: "If I was 543 : yards Saturday, powering sec intersectional collegiate football P°inls behind early in the sea- mid-ranked Ohio btate to a ii action son, it would be a real dis- football rout of Oregon Stale Michigan State showed just advantage. It's not very much . Freshman Ray G r i f f i n carry one touch of the explosive of- Hate in the season the way the mg 'he ball for the first lime ir -- college, scored on runs of nin 'and 12 yards and his more her aided brollies..Archie,.darted i from the 19.' Willis, a junior college trans fer with 9.3 100-yard dast speed, electrified the sellou Ohio Stadium crowd of more than 86,00 with his return, came on the second half kick off, pushing the Buckeyes' lea to 30-3, Ohio State's alternating full fense that riddled Northwestern a week ago -- the scoring s t r i k e from quarterback Charlie Baggett -- but exhibited a consistent ground attack. The visiting Orangemen never threatened to score, and never mounted a sustained drive. Neither team got going in the first half. West Virginia Dumps Kentucky MORGANTOWN. W.Va. (AP) -- West Virginia relied on a rugged goat line defense and a crunching first half ground attack to defeat a mistake ridden Kentucky 16-3 here Saturday. The Mountaineers, now 1-1 on the year, used Kentucky fumbles, penalties and missed assignments to build a 16-0 lead Dennis Franklin Rob LyUe a n d j b - Chuck Heater three Ohio-bred in the first half. Then the WVO defense took over, limiting Kentucky to only a 42-yard field goal by John Pierce late in the first half. In the second hair, Kentucky twice had drives stopped at the West Virginia three-yard line by an alert Mountaineer defense. - - birthplace Virginia Defeats William Mary CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) -- Scott Gardner .blitzed William and Mary with four touchdown passes, three to split end Ken Shelton, as Virginia's Cavaliers overcame an 11-point first period deficit for a 38-28 football victory over the Indians Saturday. The triumph was the first for Virginia under new Coach Sonny Handle and squared the Cavaliers', record at 1-1. William and Marry dropped to 1-2. Shelton, a 6-foot-4, 200-pound senior, set school and Atlantic Coast Conference. receiving record with nine catches for 2"11 yards. Gardner rolled up 344 yards in total offense, dimming a stellar performance by Indian quarterback Bill Deery, who threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score in racking up 356 yards in total offense. Ohio Bred Stan Send Michigan Over Colorado ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- d d 231 nd Haro i d " Champ . caped Woody Hayes' grasp, led sixth-ranked Michigan to a 31-0 football victory over Colorado over the rival Big-8 Conference Saturday. I Henson, each yard runs, scored on two and Corneliu Greene sped 36 yards for th other Buckeye touchdown. Tom Klaban booted a 32-yar Franklin, ttie senior all-Big : field goal to complete the scar Ten quarterback from Massilon, Ohio, who was sidelined by a virus during Michigan's opener last week, passed and rushed for 171 yards. He scored on a fumble recovery and tossed one touchdown pass. Lytle, a sophomore tailback from Freemont, Ohio, along with Heater, a senior fullback from Tiffin, Ohio, led the Wolverines' potent ground attack, which started rolling in high gear in the third quarter. Heater scored once and Greg DenBoer caught a five-yard pass from Franklin late in the fourth quarter for the Wolve- eries final tally. In addition, Dave Brown, another escapee from Ohio Slate Poland Qualifies WARSAW .(AP) -- ' Poland qualified for the second round ; recruiting, 'scored on an 88-yard of the Davis Cup tennis tourna-1 punt return, a new Wolverine ment Saturday by defeating'record, the first time Michigan Portugal 3-0. got the ball. The Poles won the best-of-five It was the first meeting of competition when Wojciecb F i - i t h e two schools. It also was bak and Jacek Nicdzwiecki beat Jose Vilela and Sergio Da Cruz 6-1, 6-0, 6-2 in doubles. of judo. Kodokan is the world's 'oremost judo institute. Yaoita also holds a degree in economics from Tokyo University. He has taught judo in public schools in Taiwan anc Formosa, and has held classes in the art in Hollywood and Glcndale, Calif, Yaoita recently began classes at the temporary Ichiban Dojo location in t h e Walnut Plaza shopping center in Rogers Ichiban Dojo is a sprawling sports complex on U.S. 71 South. Its main facilities are expected to open in six weeks. EVEREST i JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS TO 10" REHTM4 t SAIR F»yeiuvlll« Dref Coach Bq Schembechler's 50th victory since coming to Michigan in 1969. ' IF YOUR DOCTOR SAYS YOU HAVE NERVE DEAFNESS . . . SHOWN TWICE THE ACTUAL SIZE THIS IS ALL YOU WEAR! Miracle-Ear® may be all you need to hear clearly again. It fits entirely in your ear. Ideal for 7 out of 10 who can still hear but have trouble understanding words. Try it today. Come in, phone, or write. Office Hours 9 a.m.A p.m. Mon.-Fri. Sat. by appointment only NORTHWEST ARKANSAS HEARING AID CENTER Fayetteville Professional Bldg. 2100 Green Acres Rd. FayeKeville, Ark. 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In four plays, Fuller had runbacks toalling 200 yards, all but one opening the way for the Tigers to score on helpless Chattanooga. That doesn't count' the 29-yard kickoff return, which Fuller also put into th« statistics. McAnally Returns MONTREAL (AP) -- Pitcher a j F,rnie McAnally will return to his home in Mount Pleasant, Tex., to undergo surgery on his right knee, the Montreal Expos announced Saturday. McAnally was 6-13 with a 4.47 In Springdale SEEBURG MUFFLER NOW OPEN HEAVY DUTY MUFFLER errors," moaned McCormack. earned run average in 25 'It was not a case of what St. games for the Expos this Sea- .ouis did, but what we did to n. lurselves. And I don't want to ake anything away from St. Louis." McCormack described his eam's lapses. He said the full- lack missed a basic block on one play, Harold Carmichaei, he All-Pro split end, ran a 1973 pattern and the line ctlled switch when there was no switch. "I don't know what goes hrough their minds, what causes them to make these er- 'ors," McCormack mused. McCormack said his scouting report on Dallas was enough to make any team think. "They out hit Atlanta. They came off the ball on defense and took away Atlanta's strength, its running game. Roger Staubaeh scrambled out of trouble. Calvin Hill looked outstanding. Hill practically accounted for their first touchdown by himself." JONES LOOKS GOOD McCormack said of Jones, the Cowboys' rookie defensive end, "He looked very good. He's extremely fast and quick, an outstanding pass rusher. He's used mostly on the pass rush. "What we have to do is stay out of second and third down long vardage passing situations to keep him Jones ou tof the game. It's the way you sto| Lou Brock, keep him off base.' 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