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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tues., Sept. 24, 1974 Brock's Larceny Backfires As Pirates Nip Cards 1-0 In Ten ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Base- jail's chief thief has been stopped, bul will he slay caught? The question lurks in the minds of the Pittsburgh Pirates, who Monday night nailed Lou Brock and beat the St. Louis Cardinals 1-0 in 10 innings. By winning, the Pirates reduced the Cards ' lead to a "Aggies Dominate f SWC Statistics !*,DALLAS (AP) -- The Texas ;Aggies are dominating the Southwest Conference Football ftishing statistics like the 1969 Texas national champions. C. At the end of Ihe 1969 season. j-rll four Texas starters were ranked among the top 10 SWC rushers: Through the first two Weeks of Ihe 1974 season, Aggie runners ranked firsl, third ant fourth. i y'Bubba Bean is averaging 154.5 yards per game while teammates Bucky Sams (114.5) jind Skip Walker 008.0) rank third and fourth behind Larry Isaac of Texas Tech (110.0). ". T e x a s freshman Gralyn \Vyatt is averaging 105.0 yard per game and Texas Tech full back John Garner has rushec for 199 yards in two games ti 'fibst a 09.5 norm. nere half-game in Ihe National ^ague's sizzling East Division ace. Bul Manager Danny Mur- atigh, for one, was less cerlajn ibout his leam's chances in the emainder of a three-game leries resuming tonight. "No, I'm never surprised to ,ee Brock try for third," re- ated Murtaugh after the Pirates threw out the fleet out- ielder in the eighth inning. "He doesn't gel thrown out .hat often." Murtaugh added. "I was glad lo see him try only after he was thrown out." PITCHING DUEL A scoreless pitching battle ivas in process when Brock grounded into a force play against Pittsburgh's Jim Roo ier with none out in the eighth Two pitches later he stole second for his record 115th theft of the season and on the next pitch he sailed for third . Hooker's delivery was inside forcing Ted Sizemore to leai back, and catcher Manny Sang uillcn's throw had Brock at the bag. The importance of Ihe aborted thefl was magnified when Sizemore, on a 3-1 count later singled sharply up tin middle to no avail. But Brock, in recounting lb incident, noled, "Everything was perfect unlil the throw What made the play," he said "was Ihe fad lhat Sizemor went down." Also supporting the gambli e had taken was Murlaugh vho insisted, "It takes a bang rang play to get him." St. Louis' Lynn McGlothcn 0-11, dueled Rooker, 14-11, 01 ven terms through the ninth hen weakened slightly in th Oth. Pinch-hitter Paul Popovic! it a pop fly single off hi vrists lo left, Rennie Slennel sacrificed and Richie Hebner' ine drive single scored pinch ·miner Miguel Dilone. "It was j u s t one of thos cases where you throw you rest pilch and il gels out ol th n(icl(l," said - McGlotlien, wh iad jammed Popovich. 'SOUGH DECISION "It was a heck of a decisio .0 make," acknowledged Mu ,augh, wild lifted Rooker fo Popovich's pinch-hit role ai hushed with relief ace Da\ 3iusli. "But we hadn't scored a ru n 19 innings.'.' he explains "We're on the r o a d , and thought il might be a good tin to get something started." Pittsburgh will send Brin Kison, 7-8, to the mound tonig against the Cards' John Curti 9-13, with the division lead stake. "This game meant only th we're one game closer to t' lop," emphasized Murlaug who refused lo celeorate club's triumph. Connors Tops Solomon For Pacific Title LOS ANGELES (AP) -r-Jim- iy Connors continues lo win it one reason, lie says. "I try lo win every match in ,'ery Umi'ria'mcnl because of ·icte," Connors said Monday gbt after .dumping Harold olomon 6-3, 6-1 to win the.siu- ,es title for a second straight car in the '$100;OOP Pacific oullnvest Open Tennis Tourna- lent. " ' . . - · - · : - . It was the 12tli consecutive latch won by Connors, the l.S. Open and Wimbledon hampion who shortened his vinniug string when lie. de aulled in one tournament ear .er this year because of the In. ' - · The top-seeded Connors bat !ed the ball-hawking Solomoi n the opening set. filially tak ng over after he broke hi oc's serve for the third time. That came in the sixth gam if the first set with Solomon ceded.seventh, leading 3-2 ani t proved the key lo victory. Connors won $16.000 and- Solo non 58.000. SPLIT SG.OOO In the' doubles finals, Geof Masters and Ross.Case of Aus ralia split $6,000 as they de 'ented Brian Gottfried and-Rail Ramirez 6-3, 6-2. In Denver 1 meanwhile, Nanc iliehey Gunler and Evohn Goolagong advanced in the fir? day's competition in the $50,0( Denver women's -pro tourna ment. Mrs. Gunler, of Lake IA\ iiigston, Tex., the tournament second seed, easily heat Terr Holladay 6-3. 6-2. Miss Goolagong of Australia the third seed, bad mor trouble with Kate Latham. Bi after dropping the first se Miss Goolagong regained co trol of the match and won 56-3. B-l. In another 'match, Kath Kuykendall of "Miami'beat Tit Zvvaan of Holland S-7,'6-3, 7-G. For Top Spot In AP Poll Buckeyes Nose Out Irish y THE ASSOCIATED -PRESS In extremely close voting, the uckej'es of Ohio' Slate .related Notre ' Dame. today as \c No. 1-rnnked 'team in Tlie ssociateri Press college rectal! poll. · ' · . · '' ' Five ncW teams appeared, in lie Top Twenty as. a result' of e "weekend's rash of, up.sets. , Following -^Saturday-'s 5140 out of'Oregon State, Ohio-.Stale eceived 23 -first-place votes -- hroe fewer than Noire Dame -- and 1,110 of a possible 1,22( -joints, from a nationwide panel af 61 sports writers and broad' casters. · The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame, who walloped North- veslern 49-3, received 26 First place voles but; only 1,10' joints. Oklahoma; idle last'weekend leld onlo third place with eigh ! irst-place : ballots . a n d 913 points. ' ' - . ' ' . Alabama, fifth a week ago received the other four No. votes and 896 points and moved up a notch to fourth by batter :iig Southern Mississippi 52-0 Nebraska, last' week's No. :eani, dropped to'10th by losing to Wisconsin 21-20. Michigan, .a. 31-0 .'winner pve Colorado.' climbed from sixth k fifth with.756 points. Texas rie fcaled .Wyoming 34-7 and ros from ninth to sixth with 58 points.. One member of the pane called this week's voting I h toughest he's ever had to rto. "You've got about six or-sev en teams and after that thro 1 'em in a hat," he said-, addin that he spent at least fou hours wrestling with his ballot. Last week's Second Ten con sisted of Arizona State. UCLA Southern Cal, Maryland, N.C State and Pitt-tied-for 15th-,-fo lowed by Tennessee · and Ar :zona; with Houston and Stai ford tied for 19th. The Top Twenty, with · first-1 ace votes in parentheses, sea- oil, -record, and total poinls. ojnts tabulated on basis .of. 20- 8-i6-14-12-10-9-8-7-6-5--4-3-Z-l: . 1. OhioSt, (23) 2-0-0 1)110 2. N. Dame (2C) 2-0-0 1,104 ,!. Oklahoma (8)' 1-00 913 4. Alabama (4) 2-0-0 8% 5.. Michigan 2-0-0 756 6. .Texas 2-0-0 588 7. -Arizona St. 8; Pitt 9. Texus AM 10. Nebraska 11. Wisconsin 12. : 0'klR. St. 13. N. Car. St. 14. Tennessee 15. Arizona 1C. Illinois 17. Louisna St. 2-00 . 2-0-0 2-0-0 1-1-0 2-00' : 2-0 0 ' 2-0-Q : 1-0-1 ' 2;o-o 2-0-0 ' 1-1-0 4V7 273 ·258 237 21)1) 102 101 ·in '·115 115 109 18. So. 'Cal. 0-1-ft 10J 19. Perm St. ; M-0 97 2Q. Miami, Fla. 1-0-0- . , 9 5 · Others receiving votes, listed alphabetically: Arkansas, Auburn,. Florida, Maryland,'Memphis S(Mf, Miami of Ohio, Michigan" ".State, Mississippi, Mississippi Slate, North Carolina, Texas -Tech,. I'ulane, UCLA, West Virginia; . . Doesn't Know Which Quarterback To Start Royal Says He May Keep Leaks At Halfback By-THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Roosevelt - Leaks is back in he saddle again, an Texas loach Darrell Royal reckons lis AH-American will be coin- ng out of Ihe chute at halfback md inot fullback when the jonghonis open defense of their Southwest Conference title in u b b o c k Saturday against Texas Tech. '"There's a good 'chance 3'qsey will be at halfback," said Royal several hours after Leaks had made liis 1974 debut with a touchdown run from lalfback that helped put away Wyoming 34-7. 'It's hard lo know what to do," Royal said. "Now (freshman) Earl (Campbell) could play liallback bul we would have to slarl over with him while he knows the fullback position. Roosevelt knows what to do at halfback." It appears Leaks, Campbell and -freshman sensation Gralyn Wyalt will start in Ihe backfield against the Red Raiders in the regionally televised SWC open er Saturday at 1 p.m. The quarterback? Don't ask DKR just yet. .He said he wanted a day or so lo mull over whether to start Mike Presley or Marty Akins. Presley suffered a concussion against Wyoming which is the same injury that befell Akins the week before against Boston ' travel to Seattle lo meet Wash- inton's.Huskies:this week. "We're 50 per-, cent better t h a n - w e were last year.", said Aggie Coach Emory Bellaid College. Both will be ready to Barter the hard-carried victory in go against Tceh which must re-1 Baton Rouge, La. group after a shocking 21-all tie vith New Mexico. Royal said Tech has a'"lot of jnesse, outstanding receivers ·md (quarterback) Tommy his exceptional Arkansas, rattal 'as a strong title contended, was' stunned' 26- V by Oklahoma Slate and tries lo gel back 'on the track by hosting Tulsa. : '"We've g o t ' n i n e games left and we're just gonna have to Duniven has moments." Royal moaned about the loss j circle our " wagons and get of :tight end Tommy I ngra, j tougher the rest of the season," who suffered a compound lis-'said Arkansas Coach Frank location of his left thumb. In-jBroyles. gram will be out for a month i In other games Saturday, and defensive tackle Fred Cur- Southern Methodist remained rin will likely miss the Red | unbeaten by shaving Virginia Raiders fray because of a l T e c l i 28-25. Baylor lost to Mis- spraincd knee. Defensive end|souri 28-21, Cincinnati downed Lioncll Johnson has hurl,' ribs! Rice 28-21, Arizona State and should play but will be'dumped Texas Christian -37-7 handicapped. Texas Tech Coach Jim Car- Icn will have to nut s o m e patches on his offensive machine for the Longhorn game. Tech fumbled six times and lost five of them and had one pass intercepted. an'd Miami whipped Houston 203. Besides Ihe Tech-Texas fray the resl of Ihe schedule looks like Ibis: Tulsa at Arkansas, Oklahoma State · at. Baylor, SMU at Ohio Stale, Texas at Texas Tech, TCU at Minnesota. - The Texas Aggies came ' o f l L S U at Rice. Houston at Virago Saturday night with a 21-14[ginia Tech, and Texas AM at romp by Louisiana Slate and I Washington. Y o u P i c k ' E m OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK Games for week ending Sept. 28 I Game No. 1 . Game No. 2 Game No. 3 Game No. 4 · Game No. 5 I Game No. 6 ..._. '··'. Game No.' 7 . ·- i , | Game No. 8 . $ I Game No. 9 . if I - f Game No. 10 . l f . I Game No. 11 fj ' Game No. 12 Game No. 13 Game No. 14 Game No. 15 i . Game No. 16 li! jfi I Game No. 17 't I TIE BREAKER (Predict Correct Score) Arkansas vs Tulsa , Name !;' | Address i j j . l C i l y .... '' ^ m m m You Pick 'Em Rules 1. You can win $35.00 cash each week. Just lie the one who picks the most winners from the games listed in the advertisements appearing on this page under the You Pick 'Em headline. A lie game counts as a loss unless yon have called the lie. Do not pick scores. In the event fhere are two or more entries (ie- ing for first place, the one picking the winner and closest score of the lie-breaking game will receive the $35 prize. Decision of the judges will he final. 2. Enter (he name of the team you select as the winner of each game or write the word "tie" opposite game No. 1, No. 2, etc., on the entry form reproduced at ihe left, or on a separate sheet of paper. 3. Entries are limited to one per person. Entrants much he at least 12 years old to be eligible. 4. All entries lor this week's contest must be in the Northwest Arkansas Times office by 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 28. 5. Mail your entries to: You Pick /Em Contest. Northwest Arkansas TIMES P. 0. Drawer D Fayetfeville, Arkansas 72701 (Please write, your name and address plainly.) 6. This contest ts not open to em- ployes or families of employes of the Northwest Arkansas TIMES. 7. Name of winner will be published on this page next week. 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