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: or Conference Game With Bulldogs Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, Sept. 27, 1974 11 Professional Baseball *· By The Associated Press '·'· National League ':-. East i W L Pet. GB St. Louis 83 73 .532 -- ·Pittsburgh 83 73 .532 -- Shilaphia 78 78 .500 5 Montreal 75 81 .481 8 New York 69 87 .442 14 Chicago 65 91 .417 18 \ West Los Angeles 99 58 .631 -- feincinnali 95 62 .605 4 Atlanta 85 72 .541 14 Houston 78 78 .500 20% San Fran 71 86 .452 28 San Diego 58 100.. .3G7 41% $ Thursday's Results ; Pittsburgh 11, New .York 5 .1 Cincinnati 10, Houston 6 ; Los Angeles 5. San Diego 2, ·JO innings *· Only games scheduled ·; Friday's Games i St. Louis (Gibson 10-12) al Chicago (Dettore 3-4) T- Pittsburgh (Reuss 15-11) al New York (MaUack 13-13), N '' San Francisco (Barr 13-9) al Cincinnati (Gullctt 17-11), N ^Philadelphia (Lonborg 16-12) at Montreal (Blair 10-7), N : Ixs Angeles (Button 18-9) al $an Diego (Spillner 8-11), N ·; Only games scheduled i ! American League -· East -' \V L Pet. GB Baltimore 85 71 .545 -New York 85 72 .541 Boston ' 81 75 .519 Cleveland 75 81 .481 10 Milwaukee 75 82 .478 10 1 / Detroit 71 85 .455 14 i West 88 69 81 74 81 7G 77 78 76 81 63 94 Oakland Texas Minnesota Chicago Kan City California .561 · .52! .516 .497 .484 .401 j Thursday's Results f. Chicago 5-7, Texas 1-2 ; Boston 5, Detroit 3, 10 inning '·; Kansas City 10, California 1 ~ Oakland 2, Minnesota 1 : : Only games scheduled « Friday's Games : - New York (Dobson 17-15) 'i Cleveland (Peterson 9-13), N t Milwaukee (Colborn 10-12) Baltimore (Palmer 7-12), N v Boston (Cleveland 11-14) Detroit (Fryman 6-8), N Texas (Jenkins 24-12) at Kan sas City (Fitzmorris'l2*; N Chicago (Kucek 1-3) at O land (Holtzman 19-15), N : Minnesota (Albury 8-8 Goltz 9-9) at California (Dobso 1-2), N Joint Resolution r LANSING, Mich. (AP) one of its last major acts b fore recessing Thursday, th Michigan Legislature approve a joint resolution of tribute Detroit Tigers' outfielder Al K line. ."In separate voles, the Hpus and Senate extended the wo m praise to Kaline for becom ing the 12th player in maji league history to accumulate ; 000 hits. Fired-Up Defense Leads Ramay To 22-0 Victory Over Siloam S I L O A M SPRINGS-The amay Indians jumped back to the win column with a ly encouraging 22-0 victory ver the Siloam Springs junior Broyles Says Watson'Knows What To Do' : Arkansas . C o a c h Frank iroyles said his football offense ooked much better Thursday, 'hen . the Razorbacks went irough padless drills in prepa- ation for their game againsl 'Ulsa Saturday. "The team, as a whole, looks ood also," Broyles. said When you get beat, it gets our attention." Alan Watson, who was moved rom offensive fullback to de ensive end earlier this week vill not start against Tulsa Sat urday, but he will see action. "He knows what to do, am he is ready to play," Broyle; id. Defensive end William Wat {ins missed last week's gam against Oklahoma State Univer sity due to a leg injury, but hi vill play this week. CRAIG, HAWKINS OUT Reggie Craig and Waymon lawkins will not suit ou against Tulsa. Broyles said Mark Mills vould be the starting quarter ack against Tulsa. Miller ha been the starter in the first t' 'arnes of .the season, but he ha shared quarteroacking chore with Scott Dull. Three seniors have bee named as captains for th weekend battle with Tulsa Tight end Matt Morison will t» the lone captain for the offens Jon Rhidfllenoover and Bil 1 Burns will head the defense. Asked if Mike Kirkland woul see action at quarterback Sa urday, Broyles said, "I woul n't rule it out, but it reall wouldn't be fair to him." Kirk land only resumed workouts pads this week after missin most of the fall drills with sprained wrist. Beaver Level Beaver Lake level stood toda at 1118.83 feet above sea leve down ,06 f r o m Thursda Engineers reported tha'. on generator was being-used. gh Panthers here Thursday tea ing. The Indian defense paced by Islanding performances frorr ickie Eiland, Bobby Fills ark Lichlner, Doug Baird ilton Newman, David Elam endell Harris, Brett Carton nd Bobby Wallis completely iut , out the Siloam offense hen all the dust had clearec nd Ihe statistics tabulated th ribe had limited the bom am to only four yards lota fense.- "We , were in thei ackfield all night," quipped a viously pleased head coac erald Daily after the contesl We had worked hard all weel reparing for their offense an really paid off." It wasn't entirely a defensiv ictory, though. The Rama 'fense put together 215 yard icluding 189 rushing and leasing 26 passing. Bobh 'itts, playing for the first tim t tailback ripped off 83 yarc 18 carries, while Tod Darder rumbled for 79. Rama Iso got good ' performance rom wingback Darrin Johnsoi uarterback Todd Darter ao ighth grade running bac Janny Walters. The Indians garnered the irsl poinls early in the contes odd Darter capped a 65 yar rive with a nifty 22 yar ouchdown pass to wirtgbac Darin Johnson. The extra poi attempt failed. Then in II ;econd period Darter scored o i 12 yard sweep. Johnso reezed over for the two pointer and the Indian defense produced a two point safety for comfortable 16-0 halftime score. Siloam switched defenses in .he second half, but by the 'ourth quarter the visitors had adjusted and Danny Walter "lided over from 10 yards out the final points of the game and a 22-0 vie lory for Ramay. Powerful Rebels Come To Town By GRANT HALL TIMES Sports Editor Ever since preseason football ractico began in August, Fort milh Soulhsicle has been tlie dds-on favorite to repeat as lampion of AAA-Wcst. Tonight the Rebels will try show why as they meet ayetteville in a 7:30 contest Harmon Field. Coach Jim Rowland, is tor- right in discussing Southside's rospecU: "We.have a chance be" very gboci;. We.'have sever! arters returning on defense nd six on olfense. I'd say most them are all-conference andidates." Soulhside is already 1-0 in the ;ague, having beaten Conway i 0 in the second game. The tebuls opened with a 14-0 win ver North Little Rock Ole dain, but lost 7-0 to Hot Springs ast Friday. That loss droppet lem from fourth in the state 0 seventh. "Hot Springs controlled the cotball on defense, playet real defense and' r n a d e . n o n i s I a k e s , ' ' said Rowland We'd love to play them again 1 the AAA playoffs. But that' a long way off. We've got t vin our conference first." Rowland makes it clear tha Soulhside is not taking the Bui d o g s liglitly. "Fayettevill always plays well against us. said. "They've improved i every game, and looked goo on both offense and defense las veek against Russellville." CAN'T FUMBLE "We played fairly well, agreed Bulldog Coach Doyn Davis. "But we continued fumble the football, and we'v !ot to quit that. We haven icored on the ground since th Bentonville game, because fum }les have stopped our drives.' Fayetteville beat Bentonvill 14-G in its opener, bull has sine lost 20-0 to Springfield Kickapo id 13-6 to Russellville. The u 11 i o g s ' only touchdown gainst Russellville was an 8G- ard punt icturn by Rick Tay- T. Taylor was scheduled to vilch from tailback to his ·iginal split end position this eek, but the illness of Michael ickson changed that, Jackson ilssed two practices with the u, and will stay at split end. Jackson is able to play, he'll League Leaders National league BATTING (400 al bats)-- arr, All, .354, A.Oliver, Pgh 320. RUNS--Schmidt, Phi, 106 Rose, Cin, 105 RUNS BATTED IN--Bench Cin, 124; Schmidt, Phi, US. H I T S--Garr, All, 208 D.Cash, Phi; 203. DOUBLES--Rose, Cin, 43 Bench, Cin, 38. TRIPLES--Garr, Atl, 17 D.Cash,, Phi,,11; A.Oliver, Pgh HOME" RUNS--Schtnidl, Ph 36; Wynn, LA, 32. STOLEN BASES--Brock, StL 116; Morgan,.Cin,--58. PITCHING (15- Decisions)-John, ; LA, '-13-3, .813, 2.5 Messrsmth, LA, 19-6, .760, 2.61 STRIKEOUTS-Carllon, Ph 231; Messrsmth, LA, 215. American League BATTING (400 at bats)Carew, Min, .367; Hargrovi Tex 325 RUNS--Ystrzmski, Bsn, 9; Grich, Bal, 83; R.Jackson, Oa 1 83. I t o r n a t e with Michael rehanan or Scotl Stanberry. The other Bulldog offensive arters will be Greg Mclelland at quarterback, Brian icks at fullback, Arthur Budd , wingback, Larry Atha at ghl end, Dayton Lierly and obby Davis at the tackles, mck Pcarcc and Steve Eason , Ihc guards and John Pabst center. Defensively, Fayetteville will o with Rick Jones and Alex lontez at the ends, Lierly and im Elliot at the tackles, Billy arrison at nose guard, Steve oberts and John McCutcheon the linebackers, Scott Mundy . monster, Lawson Osburn and lark Lewis at the halfbacks nd Jeems Love at safety. Osburn moved to halfback :ast week after starting the first ;wo 'games at quarterback. "Lawson did a good job," said Davis. "Love also did well in his first start at safety." Love is a junior, as is the 220-pound Harrison. Elliot is a 205-pound sophomore. Three of Southside's six returning offensive starters are running backs: Les King, 6-3, 180-pound wingback; Steve Matthews, 5:11- 185-pound tailback; arid.Mike Anderson, 6-2, 185-pound fullback. The other three are tight end Tim Alexander (6-2, 19b), tackle Steve Turnipseed (6-2, 235) and split end Mike Wicderkehr (5-9, 151). At quarterback for Southside will be Johnny Williams, a 5-11, 155-pounder who doubles as one of the state's top high school golfers, Williams is a tetter passer than runner, according Rowland. · The Rebels, however, have only thrown five limes a game from their wlng-T and slot-T formations. On defense, Soulhside returns linebackers Darrell Henry and Mike Vann, nose guard Jim Cooper, end Bill Byrd, corner- backs Wcs Robertson and Dennis Geren and safety King, who goes both ways. While admitting no small degree of prejudice, Rowland nominates Alexander, Wicder- kehr, King, Matthews, Anderson, Henry, Vann, Cooper and! Geren for all'Conference consideration. Fayetteville would trade all individual -lonors for a victory over Southside. it tastes fjf expensive Maker's ' ...and is. Madefroman original old style sour mash recipe fey Biff Samuels, fourth generation Kentucky Distiller. HlSttrs M«rk OiJti liery, Lsretto.Ky., Minify Pivf-fully Ma Area Football Action Southside at Fayetteville Springfield Glendale at Springdale Springfield Hillcrest at Rogers Bentonville at McDonald County, Mo. Huntsville at Siloam Springs Berryville at Lincoln Gravette at Green Forest West Fork at Prairie Grove B'arminglon at -Mountainburg Decatur at Elkins Greenland at Gentry Pea Ridge at Yellville Altus at Winslow SATURDAY SMORGASBORD HOME GAME SPECIAL! BEFORE THE GAME - - 11 A.M. 'TIL GAME TIME AFTER WE BEAT TULSA 5 P.M. 'TIL 8 P.M. ALL THE PIZZA and SALAD YOU CAN EAT I NORTH 2325 NORTH COLLEGE SOUTH 314 SO. SCHOOL Another Special Group Record Breaker! Save 35.03 On Famous Fashion 400 Trios Von §av Winnin Originally $115 79 », A fabulous opportunity for the quality minded man to pocket suit savings with this Fashion 400 trio. Two great outfits at one low price. 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