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ulsa vs. Arkansas: Some Facts, Figures . . T H E GAME: Saturday, September 28, 2 p.m., Razorback Stadium, Fayetteville ..THE RECORDS: Both teams are 1-1. UT evened its mark Saturday at home with a 31-G conquest of North Texas State after losing the opener on the road to Kansas State, 31-14. Arkansas opened its season with an Impressive 22-7 whipping of Southern Gal to vault into the . lop 10, then fell to an inspired Okla. Stale, 26-7, Saturday. ..THE COACHES: Tulsa's F. A. Dry now has a career mark of 10-8 (8-0 in Skelly Stadium). Arkansas' Frank Broyles career record is 124-48-3 at UA a n d 129-52-4 including his one season at Missouri. Broyles is 1-0 ' against Dry and 13-3 against ' TU since arriving at Fayetteville in 1958. ..THE SERIES: Arkansas has a lopsided 33-15-4 lead in the series. After the stunning 21-20 upset of 1972, Arkansas has won the'last two games; ..THAT '22 GAME: You'll find a descrepancy in the series his lory from the TU hook and the UA guide in the 1922 game, list ed at Tulsa as a 13-6 win for the Hurricane and listed as ; forfeit by the Razorbacks. The game was actually played and TU won 13-6 bu Arkansas claimed a forfeit be cause a TU player was late declared ineligible by the Okla homa Conference of whicl Tulsa was a member but U/ was not. There being no NCAA to rule on an inter-state diffe rence, TU still claims the on the - field victory. SCOUTING REPORT: "i sa\ Arkansas on film both of thei games and I know what the can do," coach Dry said. "The have strength and speed an that's a tough combination, am impressed with their ful back (Marsh) White, who look as strong as anyone I've seei T h a t freshman noseguar (Leotis Harris) caught my eye too. I'm sure Arkansas won't loo like the same team this wee that they were against OSU They have always put forth fanatical effort against us, pa ticularly at Fayetteville. It.wi take that type of effort on ou part to compete against them. . .SICK BAY: The Tulsa injur report was longer this .week an again centered on the offensiv line. Dry was encouraged the return of Rick Childers, b lieved lost at K-Stale for tl season but impressive in h action Saturday against Nor Texas. Three other starters and reserve up front are bolhere ough. Back-up left gaurd Steve Igues is the most questionable ith a knee problem. Starters e s H a m i l t o n (sprained nkle), Clifford Criddle (bruised loulder) and Randy Drew iprained arch) have been owed. Receiver Jerry Dugger so sprained an ankle. 1-AST WEEK: Tulsa kept live an eight - game winning ,reak at Skelly Stadium as the ffense finally jelled into a ba- anced unit and t h e defense warmed North Texas State and talented freshman quarter- ack Ken Washington and for- ed six fumbles and four inter- eptions. .THE STARS: Defensively, It as All-America linebacker andidate Al Humphrey, who aught Washington, last week's alonal back of the week, three imes behind the line of scrim- age and had three other solo ackles and five assists. He also ntercepted a pass and returned ; to the three-yard line to set p a touchdown that put the ;ame out of reach. Offensively, quarterback Jeb Blount had less impressive sta- istics but showed a belter acumen for moving the club, the 'ital function for the field eneral. He passed for yard son 13 of 21 passes er cent) and ran for Northeast, Parkview Meet In Big Shootout; Southside Gets U-i Nod Over FHS Dogs Evert Top Seed HOUSTON (AP) - Chris Evert, the leading money winner on tills year's women's pro tennis tour, was seeded first Wednesday for the women's pro tournament Monday. By HARRY KING Associated Press Wrller LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Arkanas high school football will have its own Big Shootout this week. Top-ranked North Little Rock Northeast takes on second- which begins hero Virginia Wade got the No. 2 seed and Rosemary Casals was seeded third for the tournament, which will offer $50,000 in prize money. Olher seeds include Evonne Goolagong, fourth, Hc|en Gourlay, fifth, Martina Navratilvoa, Northwest Arkansai TIMES, Thun., Sept. 26, 1974 ·! 13 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS slxlh, Lesley Hunt, seventh, and Val Zicgcnfuss, eighth. Officials said indications are that defending champion Fran- coiso Durr and Billie Jean King will not play In the tournament. Mrs. King lost out in the quarter-finals here last year shortly after beating Bobby Higgs in the Astrodome. Lucky Single Keeps Orioles Atop Standings ouchdown while passing to iteve Largent for another. . R A V E S FOR OTHERS: loach Dry had applause for ithers in the key Missouri Valey Conference victory, particu- arly the running backs. Freddie Carolina is now the team leader sively said. and ran more persua- inside than ever, S o p h o m o r e s Dry Mel By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Detroit Tiger Manager Ralph Houk peered out of the dugout and considered'the situation. The Tigers were leading 4-3 in the bottom of the ninth inning. Baltimore had two men out and runners on second and third. Mickey Lolich was tiring on the mound and crafty veteran Tommy Davis was stepping up to the plate with young Don Baylor on deck. What to do? Do you walk Davis, a man who almost always hits the ball someplace, or do you pitch to him rather than Baylor, who has been hot lately? Houk chose the latter and Davis promptly provided meal ]ranked Little Rock Parkview Thursday night. The winner will be No. 1 in the state in addition to emerging as one of the favorites in the Class AAAA race. Northeast, Parkview, Little Rock Central and Little Rock Hall are unbeaten In AAAA play. Both Northeast and Parkview were impressive running the football last week. Parkview wiped out North Little Rock Ole Main 34-8 as Gerald Jones scored four touchdowns. Northeast blasted Malvern with four touchdowns in the second quarter. Parkview won the AAAA title last year and some observers say the 1974 team is much better than the 1973 edition LR PARKVIEW 20, NLR SEE OLDSMOBILE 75 Introducing Storfte-the lilte Otds you didn't expecl. It's a spoily mile tow-seater that's smaller than a compact...eosy on gas...but obooafirfe Supercoupa In looks, features and sptdtontheroadl Delia 88--our full-sizo family cor never looked better-but ifs rrxxe lhan jJSl another pretty car. Ifs real ly bui It for trio loog miles. 7 models, Including a convertible, with room and comfort for a g rawing family. Meet Omega Saton-our luxurious compact for drivers who like Ite looks and comforts of imported toudngcars.lfsgolthelouches you like-bul al an Olds price. Choice of three models. Toronado-America's first contemporary personal luxury car with front wheel drive. It pulls -you around turns and along straightaways with outstanding traction. Toronado and Toronodo Brougham models. McGowan (8 carries for 57 ,'ards) and Thomas Bailey (4 [or 13 and a TD) made impressive debuts and will set; more action. · NO KICKS ON PUNTING: The punting game again held strong as Kick Engles, ranked 10th in the nation last week, kept his average at 42.2. Tulsa has had a history of breakdowns in the punting game that : or Jie have ville. been costly at Fayette- ..HICKERSON SHINES: Coach Dry was pleased with the performance of sophomore quarterback Ron Hickerson in the last quarter. "He ran the veer belter than Blount and threw well. I wouldn't hesitate to put him in the game at any time." ..BIRTHDAYS: Saturday will be birthday (celebrations, they hope) for two TU wide receivers. Steve Largent will be. 20 and Jerry Dugger 22. _ _ armchair managers across country by looping a soft most serious Blytheville in will test West themselves this liner over second base to drive in two runs. Game over. Orioles win 5-4. "It was a lucky hit," conceded might Davis. "1 walk me, thought they then I saw Cards Trip BUGS,-Cincy Gains Ground On Dodgers Houk motion to the right fielder to come in. You have to have a hit like that when they move everybody in." The victory kept Baltimore one-half game ahead of the New York Yankees in the American League East. The Yanks outlasted Boston 1-0 in 10 innings. Lolich, 16-20, breezed into the ninth with a 4-2 lead, thanks In part to a two-run triple by Dan Meyer. But Andy Elchebarren singled with one out and Cur£ Motion walked. Paul Blair singled in one run and Bobby Grich belted a long fly ball to move the runners into scoring position. Then Davis won it with his dying quail off a Lolich curve. Yanks 1, Red Sox 0 Elliot Maddox bounced a run- scoring single to left with one out in the 10th to end a pitching duel; between New York's Doc NORTHEAST 14. West Memphis and Jonesboro played to a 10-10 tie last week n a game that was supposed to determine the challenger to AAA^East. The Chicks Memphis for week. West Memphis was fortunate to tie Jonesboro on a last-minute pass interception relurn. Blythevilie's Bruce Hay doesn't make those kind of mistakes. BLYTHEVILLE 14, WEST MEMPHIS 6. El Dorado surprised many last week by upsetting Fort Smilh Northside--the first victory for the Wildcats under coach Mike Bender. The opponent this week is Texarkana, no stranger to overnight rebuilding jobs. El Dorado is No. 9 in the polls, one notch above Texarkana, but the Razorbacks figure to win their third in a row. TEXARKANA H, EL DORADO 8. Last week's record was a paltry 28-18, setting the season mark at 100-46. Here are other predictions involving AAAA, AAA and AA teams: LR Catholic 27, LR McClellan 13; Pine Bluff 13, Fort Smith Northside 7; LR Hall 10, NLR Ole Main 6: Hot Springs 20, Benfon 6; Jacksonville 7, LR Mills 6; Sylvan Hills 13. Mountain Home 7; Russellville 13, Conway 7: Fort Smilh Southside 14. Fayetteville 6; Rogers 7, Springfield Hi Merest 0; Springdale 14, Springfield Glen Dale 13: Wynne 13, Helena 7; Jonesboro 20, Harrison 13 and Bentonville 13, McDonald County, Mo., 7. Cultass Supreme-now our 'lithe limousine" Is big on luxuries, yet it offers Improved operating economy. One of eleven mid-sized Cutlass models-Including wagons-thai are right for the times. 98 Regency [below]--lha most comfortable, most thoroughly luxurious Oldsmobile ever built. Magnificent 'loose-cushion" look interiors, and a distinctive new look in bolh slx- windowsedan and cou pe models. ITS A GOOD FEELING TO HAVE AN OLDS AROUND YOU. We raised the gas mileage in every 1975 Olds model. Every'75blds has a new Maximum Mileage System that helps make il a better car in several ways: Our best mileage in years. Smooth-running engines. Fewer tune-ups and less.routine maintenance. And-belterexhausl emission control, The System represents the most advanced engineering and technology we can built into a 75 Olds. II includes a new catalytic converter (see below)--and a lot more. There's a new high-energy Ignilion, for a holfef spark and improved ignition performance, Also, Olds engineers adjusted shift polnls in transmissions, Installed low-ralio economy axles. And made GM-spsc steel-belled radial tires standard. As you can see, we've done a lot I to improve Ihe gos mileage capability j of ever/1975 Oldsmobile. New Catalytic Converter-designed for long We. ,Thls "pod" full of platinum-palladium coated beads provides a nev/wavto reduce most emissions--alter combustion, irv the exhaust. It does a more ,_ effective job-and II eliminates soma of the gas-robbing, combustion-stage p controls of the post. Best of all. it ol- k towed Olds engineers to re-tune the engines to ru n smoother and give batter MPG than last year. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "People say a certain game makes you or breaks you," said Red Schoendienst, manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, as he savored his team's nerve- wrenching 13-12 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. If there ever was a game to do it, this was it." Rookie Jim Dwyer, a seldom- used St. Louis reserve, knocked the winning run with a sacrifice fly in the Wednesday night. The Cardinals llth inning recovered from a 5-0 first-inning deficit, then bounced back after the Pirates had scored three times in the top of the llth and had taken a 12-9 lead. . Meanwhile, in the National League West, the first - place Los Angeles Dodgers were beaten.by the Atlanta Braves 52 and their lead over Cincinnati was reduced to four games. The Reds kept their dim pennant hopes alive with a 4-1 triumph over the Houston Astros. The Dodgers' pennant- clinching number is three. Both Los Angeles and Cincinnati haxe six games left. Braves 5, Dodgers 2 Two-run homers by Darrell Evans and Dusty Baker in the seventh inning against Los Angeles relief ace Mike Marshall highlighted a Braves' five-run rally and stalled the Dodgers pennant drive. Rcrls 4, Astros 1 Rookie Ken Griffey continued his hot hitting for Cincinnati, stroking two hits, driving in one run and scoring one. Griffey has 11 hits in his last 19 at-oats for a .570 average. Griffey's hitting backed t h e pitching of Clay Kirby and rookie Rawly Eastwick, who combined for an eight-hitter. Padres 3, Giants Z Run-scoring singles by Dave Winfield 'and John Grubb in" the eighth inning lifted San Diego past San Francisco. Phils 6-6, Mets 2-3 Tom Button's three-run pinch homer off Mets' ace Tom Seaver in the fifth inning was the big blow for the Phils in the opener, enabling Philadelphia to overcome a 2-0 deficit. Larry Cox' two-run double in the second inning keyed a five-run uprising and helped the Phils win the nightcap. Expos 7-3, Cubs 1-2 Tom Walker pitched a six-hitter for his first complete game in the majors and Willie Davis and Bob Bailey slugged homers for the Expos in the operier. In the second game, Steve Rogers and Dale Murray combined on a seven-hitter for Montreal. Medich, 19-14, and Lee, 17-14. Both pitchers allowed seven hits Twins 1, A's 0 Bert Blyleven raised his record to 17-16 with a fourhit- ter, besting Glen Abbott. Steve Brye drove in the game's only run with a fourth-inning double. The loss reduced Oakland's lead in the West Division to games over Texas and kept the A's magic number for clinching a fourth consecutive title al four. Indians 8, Brewers 3 Pinch hitters Jack Brphamer and Rico Carty helped Jim Perry post his 16th victory against 12 losses. Brohamer delted a three-run double in the fourth and Carty had a two-run single Huntsville 20, Siloam Springs 19; Ozark 13, Alma 8; Van Buren 19. Mena 7; Atkins 20, Dardanelle 7; Paris 23, Subiaco 10; Walciron 7, Charleston 6; Paragould 20, Batesville 14; Gosnell , 19. Luxora 13; Newport 20. Wai- 1 GET THAT GQQD FfflJNG AT YOUR OlDSitJEALERS NOW Razorbacks Picked By 19 Over Tulsa By Dick Dunkel The Big Ten is back. In smashing victories last Saturday Illinois defeated Stanford 41-7, Wisconsin tripped Nebraska in tha eighth. Angels 7, Royals 0 Bruce Bochte contributed a pair of run-scoring singles and Bob Heise had a two-run double for California. Andy Hassler and Orlando Pena combined for a seven-hitter. What a deal! Tribe Plans Short Workout JONESBORO. Ark. (AP) -The Arkansas State University Indians are scheduled to work out one hour in shorts today in preparation Cor their football season-opener against top-ranked Louisiana Tech. The Indians are to play the Bulldogs in the new ASU sta- 4 mamaburgers ana a 21-20 and Iowa stunned UCLA 21-10. That's in addition, of course, to the usual pastings handed out by the Big Ten's perennial big- gies, Ohio State and Michigan. In all, Big Ten teams won seven, tied one, and lost only two. In the process seven conference teams were boosting r« fleets oarage am hoi been 11} EXPLANATION - Tfw DunfciT sytfem pwvTJw « continuous fcidix to ifo nTotiri tfnngth of oT! f«ami. It tiuigin cOTnbm«d with ax«tag« opposition roKng r weighted in favor of r*c«nt p*rformonct. Example; a 50.0 team hoi been 11} scoring oints stronger, ptr gome, than a 40.0 team ogaiut oopatrtioa of identical jJringtfi, Originated in 1929 by Dick DunV.eC GAMES OF WEEK ENDING SEPT. 29, 1974 [ Davidson was In better spirits Wednesday after the Indians finished a two-hour workout. "We looked a little better...TM our recognition," he said. I eucss time was a big thing, and now that we've gone over Louisiana Tech's schemes again they seem to be catching on. Davidson praised place kicker Joe Duren, who worked on placements on the Indians stadium turf for the first time. Fleming Leading LAS VEGAS, Nev. --Pete Fleming of Hot Springs Ark.,the 1967 winner, fired E «ix-under-par 66. to shars the lead with two other pros after the first round of the $75,00 U.S. National Senior Golf Clas sic. gallon of root beer i aHfor SPECIAL OFFER STARTS THURS., SEPT. 26 ENDS MON., SEPT. 3ft 2309 North College 'gher atirg Team MAJOR GAMES FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 !high 76.1 , .(1) F«nn* 69.4 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 it Force 81.9 _ ( i l ) Wybming- 71.2 labama* 1IS.4_(34 Vanderbilt 84.7 rizona 81.7 (1) N.Mexieo* 66.3 rizona St 108.0 (15 Missouri* 92.8 ·Kansas- 84.9 (19) Tulsa 75.8 wrgGr'n74.9_(6) W.Michi Ban · 68.0 alifornia* 83.9 (26) Army 57.6 al P.SLO 62.6 ( 1 3 ) Fresno' 50.1 ent.Mich* 69.2 ( 8 ) Dayton 61.5 nc'natl* 60.5 (10) Louisville 70.6 ilgale 64.1 (7) Cornell* 57.4 artmouth* 71.9--(12) Mass.U 60.2 uke* 82.7-- (111 Virginia 71.6 Carolina- B7.4 (S2) S.TIIInois 55.6 ilia- S6.9__ (3) Miss.St 93.9 a.Tech 86.3 (B) Clcmson* 78.5 eorgla* R3.0 (3) S.Carolina 79.7 olyCross 75J3 (9) Harvard- 65.5 ouston 88.2 (19) Va.Tech» 69.3 linots- 100.9 (15) Wash.St 85.5 idiana Et 61.9 (II H.lllinoii* 61.1 iwa St- 81.7 _ ( 4 ) Brig. Young 77.9 ansas- 93.1 (29) Florida St 64.3 ansas St- B8.0 (71 Pacific 78.6 cnt St 74.2 (12) E.Michlaan- 62.4 entucky- 84.8 (9 Indiana 16.3 .S.TJ. 85.0 ( 1 5 ) Rice- Sl.Z afayetle 49.7 (5) Columbia- 44.8 ong Beach- 55.5 (8) Drak« 47.7 laryland- 94.7 (Jl) N.Carolina 83.9 Illanova- «S.l (1) Idaho 65.4 .Virginia 88.4 (6) Tulane- 62.3 Vichlta B8.0 (2) W.Tex.St- 56.5 Visconsln 100.4 (14) Colorado- 86.9 UMary 63.7 :--(8) Furman- S5.8 e* 73.5 (6) Connecft, 65.2 OTHER EASTERN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 lerier 46.6 (22) Fordbam- 24.2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 \lbright 40.4 (27) Upsala- 13.3 Mfred 42.9 (5) Albany,NY- 33.Z Allegheny- 40.fl (10) Hiram 31.4 Bucknell- 47.3 , { I ) Maine 46,5 C.W.Post' 52.0____(10J WaEncr 41.9 Carnegie- 32.9 f ! 4 ) Oberlin 19.4 Chcyney 34.2 (26) PlalUb'g* 8.1 Clarion 47.3 (4) Cent.Conn- 43.0 . _ ( I 3 ) Colby 20.2 Dela' _ ( 2 1 ) Colo.St* _(13) Tampa* 63.3 ii.Fla 93.3 (13) Tampa* 79.9 iaml.O 90.5 (25) Marshall- 65.fi Ich.St 50.7 (3) U.C.L.A.* 87,8 Michigan* 108.9 ( 1 3 ) Navy 96.1 linnesota* 91.7 (13) T.C.U. 76.7 lis'sippi* 90.7 ( 7 ) So.Miss 83.4 l.r.State 98.5 . . (19) Syracuse' 79.4 ' I.Mt^.St* 70.5 (10) Tex.Arl'n 60 3 I.Tex.St* 63.4 (1) Lamar 625 leljraska* 100.3-(24) N'wcstem 76.5 Tolre Dame* 116.3_(32) Purdue 85.1 Ihio SI* 115.6 (36) E.M.U. 79.6 hio TJ- 82.2 (26) Toledo 56.7 )Ma.St 103.6 (23) Baylor- 80.9 Jklahoma- 119.1 (40) Utah St 19.1 Jregon 82.7 (25) Utah- 575 Penn St 96.0 (10) Iowa- Rhode I 59.4 (7) Brown- 52.3 Richmond 80.1 (31) Citadel- 48. Rutgers 59.0 (2) Princeton* 57. S.Diego St 85.9_(19) Tex.ElP* 67. So.Calif 94.2 (3) Pittsburgh* 90. ·Stanford- 81.1 (0) San Jose 80.7 iple* 85.5___(2) Boston Col 83. Tennessee 95.4 (9) Auburn* 69. Texas 105,9 (10) Texas Tech- 95.! TexasAAM S7.2-U5) Washington* 81.; V.M.I. 59.1 (Ifl Davidson* 47. e* 75.8. (35) N.H'shirc 40.8 .(24) Urfilnus* 19.9 .(1) Frostburg 22.4 (13) JerseyCity 25.4 Hamilton 21.4 (10) Bales* 11.8 folstra- 26.5--^ (5) Trenton 21.7 ndlana.Pa* 42.7 (7) Shippensbg 35.4 lhaca 63.8 _(21) Coitland- 42.6 uniati* 38.0 -(12) Sos'hanna 25.8 Kean* 13.6 .(2) F-DIck'son 11.9 Kings Pt* 41.1 ( 6 ) Gettysb'g 34.7 .eb.Valley 26.3-^(6) Dickinson* 19.9 .k.Haven 18.5 (2) Calif.St.Pa* 16.4 ,1'lersv'le 47.3 (20) Kulzlovra* 27.8 Mansfield 25.0 (3) Bioomsb'g- 22.2 Middlebury'36.8^--(15) Wcsleyan 23.9 Montclair* 41.1 (26) Palerson 15.2 Moravian 28.4___51 Del.Valley* 23.7 Muhlenb'g- 35.4 (3) J.Hopkins 32.1 N'eastern* 42.3 (8) Bridgep't 44.8 R.P.I.* 20,5 Rochester* 36.4 ·Slip.Rock* 63.4- Thiel* 25,2. Vi _(16) Brockport 20.1 (9) Eilinboro 54,5 _(5) Wash-Jeff 19.9 nion 23.1 (5) Tufts* 17.1 . _____________ . W.Chester' 58,0_17) K.Slroudsrjj* 40.6 W'minster* 39.2_(6) Waynfisb'g 32.8 - - - (6) L jycom rinity. Wllkes* 34.3 Williams 50.4 (16) Trinity,Ct* 34.8 OTHER MIDWESTERN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 Anderson 25.5_(8) Principia* 1( Ashland* 34,5 .(16) Central St 3.. B-Wallace* 54.4 (17) J.Carroll 37.4 Ball St* 68.3 .(8V Akron 59.9 Bethany.W.Va 24.9 (20) Case* 5.3 . . Butler 33,6 Capital* 32.3 ___ (0) (2) . _______ . Cent.Okla* 55.4_(7I E.Cent.OWa 48~ Defiance* 37.2 _ (8) Findlay 29. Denison* 39.2 __________ (Ci) Hobart 38-1 E.UHnols 35.3 ___ (5) St.Josephs* 31. E.N.Mexico 47.8 _ ( I B ) S.Colo* 32. Hanover 39.5 __ (8) Wilmington* 32.i Jeldelb'g 44.5 (6) Ind.Cenl* 38.5 It.Union* 46.5 (8) Marietta 39.0' .Colo* 46,3 (2!) Colo.Mines 25.2 -Iowa* 52,0 (2) N.Dakota St 50.3 i.Norlh'n* 33.5~{6) Katamazoo 27.4 '.Wesy'n* 37.3 (6) Grove Cily 31.1 ,Jivet 44.6 :- (G) DePauw 33.2 ine Bluff 51.4._(1« Lfncoln.Mo* 41.3 -Hulman- 24.4 _ (9) Earlham 15.9 aylor* 34.3 (14) Manchester 20.3 Vab?5h 30.3 ( 1 ) Albion* 29.1 ;hburn* 43.6 (3) Mo.Valley 40.3 Vitteiib'B 65.6_(2G) Muskingum- 39.2 Vooster 3 4 . 5 - (4) Kenyon* 30.6 OTHER SOUTHERN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 \bilcne 66.4 (16) Texas AH- 32.1 .Tcorn* 67.7 (31) N.C.Cent 37.1 .ngelo St 51.6-(10) S'lvcst To.-:* 43.1 .upalach'n- 65.1_(6) W.Carolina 53.1 D-Cookman* 53.9-f25) MorrisBr'n 28.7 C-Newman 50.0_(21) Em-Henry* 23.6 :.Tex,St 63.8 (25) S.Iiouslon* 40.G lastern Ky* 59.7- (6) E.Tenn 51.2 ;lon 62.2 (27) Guiiford* 35.1 Fla.AM* 54,5 ( 1 8 ) N.C.AT 37.0 G-Webb* 15.1-- (1) Wofford 44.4 Grambling* 65.G (1) Morgan H-Sytlney* 33.3 (32) Madison 1.0 Icnderson 59.8 (15) Ark.Tech* aekson St* 63.5 (17) Miss.Val 51.1 ax.Ala 71.0 (21) T - M a r l i n * 50.1 .a.Tech 84.3 (14) Ark.St* 70.0 .en.Rhyne 5 1 . B (6) Presby'n* 4r ,'ars Hill 45,7 (5) G'town.Ky- 40,9 McNeese* 74.0 (13) N'easl La 61.2 ·d.E.Shoro 41,9 (2) Ky.Slate 1 40.0 Millsaps 33,5 (9) Sowance- 24.3 ,Iiss.Col 55.0 (17) MonKcello* 37.6 d 61.5 ( 4 ) Mid.Tenn* 57.2 Murray 62.6 (81 Tenn.Tech* 54.3 " · 15) catawba* 48.8 ... !) How.Paync* 51.: ;t Lo« 62.1 (4) Livingston 58.5 Southern U* 3.0_(12) Prairie V 41. Sul Ross* 41.9 -- (3) Tarlelon 38,9 Tenn.St* 66.5 18) Tex.Soulh'n 58.2 Texiuth'n 72,9-(27) Trinity.Tex- 45.5 Towson* 32.0-- (3) R-Macon 29.2 Troy St 66.2 (21) Nicbolls* 45. W.Maryl'd* 3 5 , f i _ ( l 2 ) Bridgcw'r.Va 23.: Wash-Lee 18.9 (7) Centre* 12.: Western Ky* 8l.7_ (27) Aus.Peay 54.' OTHER FAR WESTERN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 8 , . Chlco* 49.3 , ( 1 7 ) WilTametfe 31. E.Orcfron 26.9 ( 1 2 ) Orc.Tech* 14. Fullerlon* 65.6 (13) Weber SI 52, Ncv Reno* 51.2 (26) PortlandSt 25. Ore.Col 4 1 . 1 (10) Cent.Wash* 31, Riverside' 46,9 (13) Whitlier 32. S.Oregon 35.1 (II Linfield* 33, W.Wash'n* 24.8 (1) LC 23. NATIONAL AND SECTIONAL LEADERS NATIONAL EAST MIDWEST SOUTH SOUTHWKT fAR WtST Oklahoma _lt».t Navy W.I Oklahoma _IW.l Alabama 118.4 Arizona St -1GS.O So.Calif 94.2 Alabama --118.4 Pcnn SUH _M.O KolreDaine .116.8 N.C.State --98.5 Texas 105.0 U.C.L.A. 87.8 NotreDame _116.8 piltsburgh --90.8 Ohio Stal _1I5.6 Tennessee --98.4 Texas AiM -97.2 R.rjEego St --85.9 Ohio Stata .115.6 Temple 85.5 Michigan 10R.9 Florida -S.9 Texas Tech .05.9 Wash.St 83.9 Michigan .,. 108.9 Boston Col --63.1 Okla.St 103.B L.S.U. 96.0 Arkansas 94.9 California 83.9 Arizona St .108.0 Syracuse 79.4 Illinois 100.9 Maryland --94.7 Houston 88.2 Oregon 82,7 Texas 105.9 Lehlfili 76.1 Wisconsin --.100.4 Hiss.St --. 93.9 Arizona 87.1 Atr Force --81.9 OJda.St . 1W.6 Delaware . 75.8 Nnhraska 100.3 Miaml.Fla --93,3 N.Mexico --.8S.3 Washington .81.8 Illinois 100.9 Holy Crosi _75J Kansas 93.1 Mis'sippi 90.7 Rice 81.2 Boise St _.^_E1,3 Wisconsin _100.4 VUlanov* 66.1 Missouri .--.92.8 Memphis 90.1 Baylor 80.0 Stanford 81.1 Copyriorif 1974 by Punkal Sports Research Sve - with FAST curb wrvlc* eir Dunkel Index ratings. And' ur Big Ten teams now rank in e Index leading ten. When it comes time to com,re conference strengfli later the season after most inter- nference games have been ayed, the Big Ten. it now ap- ars, may do battle with the lutheastern Conference to de- rmine who, if anyone, will de- rone the Big Eight. Six Big Ten teams rate higher the Index than their oppon- nls this Saturday and must do etter than the following to im- :ove their ratings further: Ohio State 36 over S.H.U. Michigan 13 over Navy Illinois 15 over Wash. St. Mich. St. 3 over UCLA Wisconsin 14 over Colorado Minnesota 13 over TCU These Big Ten teams are underdogs Saturday: N'western 24 under Nebraska Purdue 32 under Notre Dame Iowa 10 under Penn State Indiana 9 under Kentucky Here's what other leaders hav« in store: Oklahoma 40 over Utah St. Alabama 34 over Vanderbilt Arizona St. 15 over Missouri Texas 10 over Texas Tech Higher rating teams have won in 77.8 percent of the 350 games covered here to date. 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