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September 25, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 19

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Shows Porker Pass Defense Horror Film' Shakes Dry LITTLK ROCK (AP) -- Tulsa Coach F. A. Dry has a 45-min- ulo horror film that may have more showings than "Gone With The Wind." The movie shows Arkansas' p.-.ss defense For Ihe first llirec quarters agninsl Pat Hadcn of Southern California. It's enough to bring tears to the eyes of a coach like Dry. pass-minded Mow many times had he seen the f i l m ? "Too many," lie said. Hadcn, whom USC Coach John McKay'callcd the greatest passer he had ever seen, did not complete a pass against the Ritzozrbacks until (lie final minute of the third quarter. He suffered four interceptions in a 227 loss. "It bothers Hie thunder out of you when you see them shut down a combination that went to the Hose Bowl," Dry said. Dry, whose team lias thrown fi2 passes while splitting with Kansas Slate and North Texas State, sends his Golden Hurricane against the Razorbacks Saturday at FaycUevillc. "This seems to be one of the best secondaries they have had." Dry said. "They did an excellent job of giving Southern Cal different loows and pressuring Haden . . . forcing him to scramble." How does Dry plan to attack Arkansas' secondary. "You have to use your backs ile a bit more in patterns and try to occupy people," he said. HOGS Dl'SKT Arkansas was upset by Oklahoma Slate 20-7 last week and Dry was asked if Tulsa's task might have been easier had Arkansas won. "I don't really think along those lines," he said. "I think about who we're playing and what kind of football team they have. Our task has always been a tremendous one against Arkansas." Dry was asked to explain Arkansas' loss to OSU in light of the victory over USC. "A lot of times you can't ex-plain Ihe reason why," he said. "Arkansas lias an outstanding ball club and they'll keep getting belter and better each week." "11 was critical turnovers ttiat caused them some problems. When you have bad field position, that really puts the pressure on your'offcnsc. It's u lot easier to move from the 50 terback Job Blount, a junior, who has completed 29 of 52 passes for 275 yards. Blouul, who became a starter late in the 1973 season, completed 61 of 109 for RI3 yards last year. D i y is hoping Blount's debut against Arkansas does not result in a sequel to the USC Basketball League Announced Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Sept. 25, 1974 · rAVETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS Tlio Fiiyclleville Dcinirlnucjil of P a r k s and Uccrcallim lias announced Hie runnatlini nf a men's church huskdliall league. Tliere wiii lu a cap- t a i n s ' nu'cliiiK ill (he Kaycllc- vllle Youlh Center on Oclo- 1m- 8 at 6:30 p.m. Any Interested persons may attend. Those wishing f u r t h e r information may call the Youth Center at 112-9243. 19 Trial Workouts OTTAWA (AP) -- Tackle Je rone Hodges and defensive end Douglas Tros/ak hccn granted five-day trial workonls with Hie Ottawa Rough Riders, the Canadian Football League team says. Kings Cur Five LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Los Angeles Kings have cut five players from Iheir training camp rosier, sending them to the National Hockey League team's Springfield, Mass, farm team. LSD Fans Bao Broussard BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) -Boa as they will, the fans are not going lo decide who will be Louisiana Slale's No. 1 quarterback Coach Charlie McClendon says, McClendon t h a n field fenso. Dry from your .own position limits 20. Poor your of- told Hunters Plan Sight-In Day By AUBREY SHEPHERD TIMES Outdoor Writer The Northwest Arkansas Rifle and Revolver Club will sponsor a "Hunter Sight-in Day" Saturday September 28. Located al the trap range two miles wesi of Wheeler, the Club will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Members of the club are to be on hand all day to help him ters properly sight - in t h e i i rifles. The club is o f f e r i n g this opportunity as a public service to hunters in tins area as part of a nation-wide program con ducted by the National Rifl' Association. Hundreds of NRA affiliated clubs throughout thi country are taking part of thi! program. A correctly sighled-in rifle i: nn important part of safe am accurate shooting and increase the .percentage of clean kills says Paul Marinoni, Jr., seere tary of the duo. D e t a i l e d information o sighting-in techniques and firm points for zeroing will be avail able at the range. Hnnters wi be required to have all firearm unloaded and actions open whe entering the range area. T help defray range expenses, fee of $1 per rifle will b charged. The 28th is National Huntin and Fishing Day, making it a especially suitable day for th session. also said OSU's three own linemen--Carl Devorca, h i l l i p Dokes and James liitc -- contributed to Aransas' problems. "You could come off the ball r ith a lot of velocity and still ave problems when you hit a lack truck. Those are three of le largest people I've seen on same college team. We'd ave to. melt two and put them ogether to gel one that size." Dry says Tulsa's biggest rpblem is a young and rippled offensive line. He said ie offensive line includes two opliomorcs, two redshirts and he squadman and that three of he five were injured last week. Tulsa lost its opener to Kan;as Slate 31-14, but trailed by inly three points and was driv- ng in the fourth quarter when busted assignment killed a drive and resulted in a punt hat was cloeked. Tulsa -wiped out North Texas State 31-7 last, week. Tulsa's offense features quar- I'uesday that senior Billy ?roussard will r e m a i n with the 'irsl leam despite a' weak showing in last week's upset loss to then-unranked Texas AM. LSU was No. 7 but this week dropped to 17Ui. The Aggies j u m p e d into Ihe No. 9 spot. "The coaches rated the players," McClendon said, adding that his staff sees a lot more in the game than do the fans. Broussard failed last Saturday, for the second week in a row, lo complete a pass an in the second half was booed each time he went into Ihe game. On the other hand, sophomore quarterback Carl OtiF Trimble moved the ball for the Tigers and completed a pair of 12-yard passes in a Ia6t-minule desperation drive. He was at the helm of the only sustained LSU drive, am a week earlier he gained 133 yards rushing lo lead the Ti gers lo a 42-14 victory over Col Leonard Pulls Upset SAN FRANCISCO -- Unher aided Tom Leonard of Carls bad, Calif., upset Great Brit ian's Mark Cox. seeded No. 15 0-1, 4-6. 7-6 in the opening rounc of the $100.000 International ten nis tournament. rado. "Carl Olis Trimble is an ex- i l i n g f o o t b a l l player," IcClendon explained lo newsmen. "... When he gets il all ogether, he will be No. 1." McClendon said, however, hat the team needs Brousard's experience, crediting lim with a 46-yard touchdown un in th first half by Brad Davis. "Billy had ihe experience see a defensive weakness and call, an audible for that play," WcClendon said. As for the crowd booing, WcClcndon said it didn't bothei him but that it was a l pressure lo put on Bronssard. 'You know, qnarlerbacks d o n ' t 1 win football games,' "Blocking and tackling win football games. Sometimes ! Ihink Ihe quarterback gets a lltle too much credit." He again asked fans to have salience with the new veer of r ense, which fell apart againsl the Aggies. "The veer is very delicate very delicate," he said. McClendon changes his mint about Ihe Tigers effort agains the Aggies, which right after the game he praised. "Well, we didn't play nearly as well as T had thought," he said after viewing game films, "particularly in the l i n e of scrimmage." Broussard and defensive end Ron Daily will be co-cai for Saturday's game with Rice in Houston. Smith Donates Young Bulldog Randall Smith, a 1958 graduate of Fayetteville High School, has donaled a six- month-old bulldog to his alma mater. The dog is said to be worth between $300 and £700. "He's really a nice animal," said Fayetteville Coach Doyne Davis. ,"The school is having contest to see who can come up with the best name for him." Smith runs a bulldog kennel at 2535 South 49th-West Avenue in Tulsa. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen C. Smith of 2332 Gooseberry Lane in Fayetteville. Consistent Winner Judges Kim Clifton and Melvin Palmer present Murray Lewis the winner's f r o p h y and check for last year's West Fork Jaycees Bass Tournament as Judge Larry Gar- rison looks on. This year's tournament is this Saturday at Rocky Branch Marina. Saturday is also National Hunting and Fishing Day. THE TROUBLE TRIMMERS Ice storms in each of the past two years, high spring and summer winds, thunderstorms and falling tree limbs have all combined to create problems for thousands of customers of Southwestern Electric Power Company. In an effort to head off trouble before it occurs SWEPCO is trimming trees which have grown into and over power lines. 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