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Professional Baseball By The Assoclulcrt Press Ainerli'un League Eusl East W L Pel. GB Baltimore 86 71 .548 -New York 85 72 .541 1 Boston 82 75 .522 4 Cleveland 75 81 .481 10!4 Milwaukee 75 8! .475 11% Detroit 71 86 .452 15 West Oakland 88 70 .557 -Texas 81 75 .519 6 Minnesota 81 77 .513 7 Chicago 78 78 .500 9 Kan City 77 81 .487 11 California Ij4 94 .405 24 Friday's Resulls New York at Cleveland, ppd., r a i n Baltimore 1, Milwaukee 0, 17 innings Boston 9, Detroit 3 Kansas City 5, Texas 4, 12 innings Chicago 3, Oakland 2 California 3, Minnesota 2 Saturday's Games New York (Dobson 17-15 and May 7-5) at Cleveland (Pelerson 9-13 and G Perry 20-12), 2 Boston (Tiant 21-13) at Detroit CRuhle 1-0) Texas (Brown 12-12) at Kansas Cily (Leonard 0-3) Chicago (Bahnscn 11-14) at Oakland (Blue 16-15) Milwaukee (Champion 11-3) at Baltimore (Cuellar 21-10), N Minnesota (Decker 16-13) at California (Ryan 21-16), N Sunday's Games New York at Cleveland Boston at Detroit Milwaukee at Baltimore Texas at Kansas City Chicago at Oakland Minnesota at California Pittsburgh St. Louis Philaphia Chicago Montreal New York Los Angeles Houston Cincinnati Atlanta San Fran Sah Diego National League East W 84 73 84 73 78 65 76 69 88 .439 15 West 99 59 .627 78 78 ,500 t Pet. .535 .535 .497 .414 .484 GB 96 62 85 72 71 87 59 100 20 .608 13 1 / 28 40 '/z .541 .449 377 Friday's Results St. Louis 10, Chicago 4 Pittsburgh 2, New York 1 Cincinnati 4, San Francisco 3 Montreal 2, Philadelphia 0 San Diego 3, Los Angeles 2 Only games scheduled Saturday's Games Pittsburgh (Rooker 14-11) a New York (McGraw 6-10) St.Louis (McGlothen 16-11) a Chicago (Reuschel 13-12) San Francisco (Monlefusco 3 2) at Cincinnati (Norman 13-12 Philadelphia (Ruthven 9-13 at Montreal (Renko 11-15) Houston (Wilson 10-13 aTM Siebert 1-0) at Atlanta (Ree 10-10 and P. Niekro 18-13), 2, I Los Angeles (Messersmith 19 6) at San Diego (Greif 9-18), N Sunday's Games Pittsburgh at New York St. Louis at Chicago Houston at Atlanta San Francisco at Cineinnali Philadelphia at Montreal Only games scheduled League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRES NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (400 at bats) -Garr, All, .3541 A.Oliver, Pgl .321. 1 RUNS -- Schmidt, Phi, 106 Rose, Cin, 105. RUNS BATTED IN -- Bencli Cin, 124; Schmidt, Phi, 115. HITS -- Garr, All, 208 D.Cash, Phi, 204. DOUBLES -- Rose, Cin, 43 Bench, Cin, 38. TRIPES -- Garr, All, 17 D.Cash, Phi, 11; A.Oliver, Pgh 11. HOME RUNS - Schmid Phi. 36; Wynn, LA, 32. STOLEN BASES -- Brock SIL, 117; Morgan, Gin, 58. PITCHING (15 Decisions) -John, LA, 13-3, .813, 2., Messrsmth, LA, 19-6, .760, 2.61 STRIKEOUTS -- Carltoi Phi, 231; Messrsmth, LA, 215. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (400 at bals) -- Carcw. Min, .336; Hargrov Tex, .325. RUNS - Ystrzmski, Bsn, Grich, Bal, 89. RUNS BATTED IN - Bu roughs, Tex, 116; Bando, Oa: 103. HITS -- Carew, Min, 21! Money, Mil, 174. DOUBLES -- Rudi, Oak, 3! Scolt. Mil, 35; KHenderso Chi, 35; McRae, KC, 35. TRIPLES -- Rivers, Cal, 1 Otis, KC, 9 . HOME RUNS -- D. Allen, Ch 32; R.Jackson, Oak, 29. · STOLEN BASES -- Nort Oak, 53; Carew, M i n , 37. PITCHING (15 Decisions) Filzmorrrs, KC, 13-6. .684, 2. Cuellar, Bal, 21-10, .677, 3.15. STRIKEOUTS -- N.Rya Cal, 352; Blyleven, Min, 241. irates Keep Pace By Dumping New York St. Louis Breezes Past Chicago THE ASSOCIATE!) PHHSS First, Chicago Cub pitcher m Deltore liil Bake Me Bride th a pitch in tlie lop of the Will inning. Then, Bob Gibson of the Car- liils plunked Pete La Cock ading off Ihe Chicago fourth. "It was a half-speed slider," Ivised St. Louis Manager Red hoendiensl, indicaliirg an ac- :icnt. Then, ·ock leading th. Dcttore dipped Lou off the Cards' After that, the Cardinals did ost ol the hitting with their Is. Joe Torre's two-run mer and Ted Simmons' two- iv single game them an 8-1 ad in the f i f t h arid they uiscd to a 10-4 victory. The triumph enabled the Cards to keep pace with Pittsburgh, 2-1 winners over the New York Mots, in the National League Hast race. St. Louis and Pittsburgh remain lied at 84-73 records with five games to play. The Cardinals, who engaged in a free-for-all with the Cubs last week in St. Louis, won Ihe Kame but came out of it with five injured players. Gibson, who drove in four runs on a double and a sacrifice fly, left after six innings wilh a stiff shoulder. Relievers Rich Folkers, who injured his back, and Mike Garman, who look a line drive off his left shin, also left the game. So did McBride, with an injured right arm after being hit by a pitch, and Reggie Smith, who strained his back. Piralcs 3, Dodgers Z Jerry Reuss outduelcd Jon Mallack with a seven-hitter for his Kith victory against 11 losses. Both Pirate runs came in the sixth. Ronnie Stennett led of! with a single and took third on Manny Sanguillon's single. Stennell scored on Willie Slar- gell's double and Sanguillcn came home on a sacrifice fly by Bob Roberlson. Padres 3, Dodgers 2 Pinch runner John Scolt scored the winning run on shortstop Bill Russell's error wilh two out in the ninth. Rookie Dan Spillner, 9-11, scat- tered six hits in going the distance. Dave Winfield homered for San Diego and Bill Buckner hit one for Los Angeles. Reds 1, Giants 3 Dave Concepcion scored all the way from first base with the winning run on a throwing error by San Francisco pitcher Gary Lavelle. Concepcion and Tony Perez added home runs for the Reds. Bobby Bonds accounted for all Ihe Giant runs with a homer in the first. Expos Z, Phillies 0 Mike Torres, 15-8, picked up his sixth straight victory -- a club record. Jerry White doubled home one Montreal run and Barry Foole singled in the olher. Billy Casper Retains Lead In Kaiser Open NAPA, Calif. (AP) - Billy asper. with 50 pro golf tour li s behind him, had just been skcd what one more victory ould mean. Everyone, needs to win once a while, if it's just to keep your confidence," said Ihe irtly, 43-year-old veteran after moment's consideration. He aused, then laughed. And, if you've got nine kids, ou'd better win more than just nee in a while, With nine kids. can become very important i win." Casper, In a slump for the ast year, expanded his lead to vo strokes Friday with a solid .vo-under-par 70 in the second ound of the $150,000 Kaiser In ernational Open. His 135 total nine under par. Bobby Walzel, a 25-ycar-ok ookie from the University o! ouston, was alone in seconc fter taking a 70 for 137 half ay through this chase for the 30,000 first prize. MILLER AT 138 Johnny Miller, the out landing player in this country his season with seven vie ories, was well-placed at 131 fler another 69. He was tiec or third with Don Bies and ohn Mahaffey. Mahaffey had a 8 and Bies a 67 In the mild ·eather that flavors the North rn California wine country. PGA champion Lee Trevim ropped back with a 73 an 'as eight shots away from thi ead at 143. . . Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palm r, Gary Player and U.S. Open hampipn Hale Irwin are no ompeling. "I'm not in bad shape, but hould be at least one or Iv trokes better," said Millei yho needs only an eighth-plac inish to break Nicklaus' single eason money-winning recon if $320.542. Casper hasn't made a fooge; n the tournament, had a gocn tutting round and picked ir_ wo birdies in his round ove he tough, G 916-yard Nort Course al Ihe Silverado Countr Hub, Miller and Walzel playe he easier south course, whic' 'ielded a 65 to Casper in Thuri lay's opening round. Only th north course will be used .fo lie final two rounds today an omorrow. Second-round scores Friday i: .he $150,000 Kaiser Internationa Open Golf Tournament on th par-72 Silverado Country Clu course: Billy Casper Bobby Walzel · Johnny Miller 3on Bies John Mahaffey J.C. Snead Al Geiberger Bunky Henry Larry Ziegler Bob Panasiuk 65-70--13 67-70-13 69-69--13 71-67--13 70-68--13 71-68--13 70-69-13 66-73--13 66-73--13 '69-70--13 Rogers Handles Hillcresl 14-6 ROGERS -- In a game tha was more one-sided than II score indicales, Rogers downe Springfield Hillcrest 14-6 hei Friday night. The Mountaineers rolled f o 22 first downs to their oppo cnl-s' five, and gained 295 yarc rushing. Rogers ran 75 offensi plays lo 35 for Hillcrest. Halfback Greg Baker opene the scoring for Rogers wilh two-yard run in the secon quarter. Kenny Shook added th extra point and the Mountie led 7-0. With two minutes left in th h a l f , Hillcrest got on the boai with a nine-yard run by E Daugina. The Missouri tea couldn't convert the PAT, an Rogers led 7-6 at halflime. Fullback Joe Smith complete the scoring with a one-ya plunge in the third quartc Shook kicked his second cxl point to fix the final score 14-6. Rogers, now 2-2 for tlie se son, will travel lo Fort Smi Soulhside next week. Saenz Risks Streak BALTIMORE (AP -- U healen middleweight Leo Sae of Baltimore will put his i bout victory siring on the line next Wednesday against Jose Anglada of New York. Promoter Eli Hanover said the eight-round bout will be held in Steelworkers Hall. Saenz, who recently celebrated his 20[h birthday, has recorded 12 knockouts since turning pro only 18 months ago. Anglada, a native of the Dominican Republic, lias KO'il 10 opponents but has been stopped the same number of times. A's Clinch AL West Division Title Orioles Persevere, Win In 17th State Scores Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sat., Sept. 28, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS 12 23 altimore ended arathon with a BALTIMORE (AP) -- It was fitting climax to a night of tility. With a mighty swing of his , muscular Boh Oliver of a 17-inning meek infield ppcr -- but it was enough to ·ive home Bobby Gricli for a 0 victory over the Milwaukee rewers Friday night. With the bases loaded and ie out, Oliver's vicious cut re- ulted in a roller which third aseman Don Money couldn't andle as he tried for a bare- anded pickup. Grich scored without drawing throw and suddenly, after ur hours 'and 28 minutes of niggling, the Orioles had ex- nded their lead to one full ame over the New York Yan- ees In : the American League's astern Division. Each has five ames left to' play. New York's scheduled game Cleveland was postponed, nd the Yanks must play a dou- leheader today while the Dries engage the Brewers in anther single game. Meanwhile, the Oakland A's clinched the pennant in the AL .Vest despite losing to Chicago 3-2. The defending world champion A's won their fourth straight division title when the second-place Texas Rangers dropped a 5-4 decision to Kansas City in 12 innings. And although New York- Cleveland was rained out. the Indians made news by firing their manager. Ken Aspro- mpnte, effective at the end of this season. The Orioles left 19 runners stranded, nine in scoring position, before Oliver's merciful ending. Seven of the 12 Brewers stranded had reached second base or beyond. Jim Palmer, the Baltimore starter, allowed four singles before retiring after 12 innings. Jim Colborn of Milwaukee, with an 0-5 lifetime mark againsl the Orioles, fanned nine and allowed eight hits in 13 innings. Royals 5 Rangers 4 George single in Brett's the 12th run-scoring inning, his 'ourth hit of the game, gave the Royals the victory and math- e m a t i c a 11 y eliminated Ihe Rangers from the AL West race, giving the A's the division championship. White Sox 3, A's 2 C h i c a g o scored three unearned runs in the first inning, two of them on Brian Ddwning's single, to beat the A's. But the biggest cheer of Ihe night came when Oakland third baseman Sal Bando threw out Ken Henderson on a routine grounder in the third inning, and the message, "Oakland Magic Number 0," was posted on the Scoreboard. Red Sox 9, Tigers 3 Boston battered Woodie Fryman for four runs in the first inning following a two-hour rain delay and then coasted past the Tigers. Angels 3, Twins 2 Pinch-hitter Doug Howard's two-run single in the seventh inning lifted California to vieto- rv over the Twins. By The Associated Press Bcrryville 38, Lincoln 6 Dollarway 14, White Hall 3 Warren 19, Monlicello 6 Mineral Springs 12. Horatio 0 Clinton 20, Marshall 0 Rison 26, Delta 0 LR Catholic 14, LR McClellan 2 Marked Tree 21, Parkin 14 Des Arc 39, Pulaski Robinson Augusta 32, Mountain View 0 Newport 13, Walnut Ridge 6 Rivercrest 27, Marion 7 Charleston 35, Waldron 20 LR Central 0, Forrest City 0 (lie) Prescott 28, Stamps 0 Heber Springs 14, Greenbrier Truinann 6, Pocahontas 0 Springdale 14, Springfield, Mo., Glendale 7 Atkins 44, Dardarielle 6 Bradley 28, Murfreesboro 8 Pine Bluff 14, FS Northside 6 Clarksville 15, Lewisville 0 Greenwood 38, Mansfield 7 Bentonville 21, McDonald County, Mo., 13 Siloam Springs 26, Hunlsville Smackover 13, Foreman 6 Earle 38, Hughes 6 Texarkana 16. Et Dorado 14 Rogers 14, Springfield, Mo., Hillcrest 6 Ozark 34, Lamar 0 Stuttgart 22, Brinkley 6 Hazen 27, Magnet Cove 0 Dumas 7, Eudora 0 Gillette 20, Holly Grove 2 Conway 18, Russellville 14 DeWilt 14. Marvell 0 West Fork 12, Prairie Grove 5 Hampton 24, Norphlel 20 Searcy 18, Bald Knob 0 Hoxie 20, Greene County Tech 8 Gritty Eikins Elks Outslug League Enemy Decatur For 28-14 Win ELKINS -- The E l k i n s Elks spotted Decatur touchdown : irst League Loss For PG West Fork Wins 12-6 PRAIRIE GROVE -- The rairie Grove Tigers scored rst, but the Tigers from West 'ork had the last laugh as West 'ork pinned a 12-6 loss on Prai- ie Grove in a key District 1-A onference clash here last night. Prairie Grove picked up its nly touchdown with 6:48 left n the-second quarter on a 50 ard aerial bomb from quarter- Surgery Planned MONTREAL (AP) -- Calcli Terry Humphrey and pitch Ernie McAnally of Ihe Montre Expos will undergo surgery next week, the National League club announced Friday night. Humphrey injured Ihe cartilage in his left knee d u r i n g the season, which he divided with Montreal and the Memphis Blues ot the International League, and will be operated on next Thursday. McAnally, ii right-handed pitcher, will undergo surgery lo repair cartilage damage in his right knee next Wednesday. Skied PAT Try Keeps Pirates, Gentry Tied GENTRY -- Wilh 55 seconds cmaining in the Greenland- Gentry game Friday night and he score tied 20-20, Greenland placekicker Dennis Caudle lined up for the potential winning ex ra point. "He got under the ball am skied it like a golf drive," saic Greenland assistant D a v i d Beckham "Dirt flew up and he ball went 35 feet in the air. One official signaled good jut the one under the goalposl saw that it was VA feet short.' By lhat margin, Ihe fina score stayed tied at 20. Greenland scored in the fina! minute on quarterback Morris Lawson's third touchdown pass of the game to Robert Ridley. This one covered two yards, after the first two had spanned six yards each. T h e first s c o r i n g pass came with 9:36 left in the first q u a r t e r , and put Greenland ahead 6-0. The second came with 7:56 to go in Ihe half, sending Greenland ahead 12-8. That score became 14-8 when Brad Tomlinson ran for Iwo poinls. In between. Gentry got on the board with 10:58 left in the half on a 16-yard run by halfback WallyMillsap and a two-point conversion. With 6:40 to play in the half, Bud Allen scored from 19 yards out to tie the game at 14. Allen scored again with 7:12 Icfl in the third quarter to put Gentry on top 20-14, and that score held until Greenland's last-minute heroics. Greenland completed 19 of 34 passes for 234 yards and rushed for 65 more. Jerry Ramcy got 42 of the ground yards. Caudle led the Pirale defenders wilh 10 tackles and one assist, followed by Ridley with seven tackles and an assist. Greenland is now 2-1-1 for (he season and Genlry is 1-2-1. The Pirates will be at home againsl Prairie Grove next week, while Ihe Pioneers Iravel to Decatur. jack Aaron Smith to split end "Vlike Phipps. The run for two joints fell short, and the PG "igers held on to their 6-0 mar;in until the halftime break. West Fork's most serious first ialf scoring threat came on a 81-yard drive from their own 10-yard line to inside the Prairie Grove 10. A fumble squelched that bid, however. It was Prairie Grove's turn lo fumble in the third quarter and two Tiger bobbles proved costly for the home town team. West Fork's Jack Wester atched on to one of the stray sails early in the third stanza, putting the Bengals in business at the Prairie Grove 34. On the first play from there, quarterback Rex Sparkman hit end Chuck Sieberl. on a 31-yard aerial bomber to the PG 3-yard line. Sparkman carried it over From that point on an end sweep to knot the score at 6-6 with 8:30 remaining in the third quarter. The extra point kick sailed wide. West Fork took 'advantage of another Prairie Grove miscue after the ensuing kickoff, this Senior Golf Classic LAS VAGAS. Ncv. -- Willie Barber matched Charlie Sifford at 69 lo give botii golfers a our-stroke lead after three ounds of the $75,000 U.S. Na ional Senior Classic Golf Tour nament. Eveit Breezes DENVER -- Top-seeded Chris Evert swept past Valerie 1-1, 6-2 to advance women's professional tennis tournament. Semifinal Victories HILTON HEAD ISLAND S.C. -- Dale Morey of High Point, N.C. and Lewis Oehmig of Lookout Mountain, Tenn won semifinal matches in the U.S. Golf Association Senior Championship, 20 Paragould 36, Batesville 6 Turrell 26, Nettleton 6 West Memphis 23, Blythevill McCrory 8, Beehe 0 Academy 15 ' Cotton 0, Bauxite ( Lake Village 12, McGehee 3 Ozark 34, Lamar 0 Ole Main 21, Hall 20 Danville 20, Booneville 8 NLR Oak Grove 13, Cabot 12 NLR Sylvan Hills 33, Moun tain Home 0 (t .YellvilIe 14, P ea Ridge 14 on five rove. ne coming on the PG' 30, 3uane Dunkle climaxed a short West Fork drive from there vith a 2-yard run for the game- vinning touchdown. A pass for two off a fake kick went for naught and the final score held at 12-6 West Fork. The team statistics were just a'bout even, with Prairie Grove picking up 100 yards rushing ind 80 passing to 131 rushing and 23 passing for West Fork. Individually, Dunkle led all aall-carriers with 101 yards on 22 carries. Smith had 36 yards attempts for Prairie The big story was defense for joth teams. For Prairie Grove, tackle Bill McClure. linebacker Mitchell Jones and noseguard Ricky Pershall had 10 tackles and eight assists each to pace the Tiger defenders. Defensive leaders for West Fork were tackle Roland Roll ins. and linebackers Jack Webster and Don Rollins. "Our defense played pretty crisp tonight," according lo West Fork coach Alvy Early. "They played as well as they have all year, and that was the big difference." West- Fork and Prairie Grove are both 1-3 on the season now. West Fork is 1-2 in District 1-A action, while Prairie Grove is 1-1. Next Friday West Fork hosts Elkins in a non-league encounter, while Prairie Grove also takes on a non-conference foe in a road trip to Greenland. FS Southside 13, Fayetleville Highland 28, Corning 0 Benton 15, Hot Springs 0 HS Lakeside 37, Lonoke 7 Warren 19, Monticello 6 Camden Fairview 13, Hope 7 Magnolia 21, Camden 14 Helena Central 7, Wynne 0 Gravette 35, Green Forest 0 Viloma 14, Mayflower 12 Van Buren 21, M ena 0 Ashdown 12, Malvern 6 Paris 32, Subiaco 13 Harrison 13, Jonesboro 7 Jacksonville 28, LR Mills 7 Carlisle 6, Clarendon fi (tie) Crossett 19, Arkadelphia 12 Lakeside 37, Lonoke 7 Gosnell 12, Luxora 7 Nashville 14. Gurdon 8 Piggptt 47, Rector 0 Sheridan 20, Bryant 8 Harmony Grove 27, Spa kman 6 Strong 60, Junction City 0 Watson Chapel 12, Morrilto Razorbacks, Tulsa Collide This Afternoon At 2:00 Aspromonte Axed CLEVELAND - Ken Aspr.. monle was fired as manager c the Ceveland Indians, increa ing the speculation that Fran Robinson would be chosen to p lot the team next season an become the first black managi in major league baseball. early in the first quarter, but H f t c r ; l h a t it-was all Elkins as e Elks bree/cd past the visi- rs 28-14 and proved that last eek's big upset over Green- nd was no f l u k e . This was an important Ozark onference win for the Elks, ho suit out only 12 players r their games, and definitely lablished them as league con- nclers the rest of the season. Decatur scored first on their :cond play from scrimmage on one-yard burst by halfback mmy; Dickinson. That touch- own was set up on the game's rst play -- a 79-yard screen ass play from quarterback ogcr Jackson lo Dickinson illpwing the opening kickoff. Dickinson's touchdown came ilh 11:03 remaining in the first eriod, and the Bulldogs also icked up Ihe extra point to and (hem an early 7-0 advanl- ?e. The Elks came right back on leir next possession, however, rinding out an 80-yard drive n the ground. Halfback John unch capped tilings off with 16-yard touchdown scampei n a pitchout play wilh 5:23 eft in the opening period. The xtra point attempt failed, anc he Elks were s t i l l down a oint, 7-6. Elkins launched another long coring drive midway into the econd quarter, capped Ibis me on a 4-yard sprint by Robert Paschal with 3:16 lef n the half. The extra point was gain no good, leaving the scon 2-7 Elkins at the half. Elkins defensive end Mack achs got sweet revenge on lh arlier screen pass . bomb licking one off e a r l y in lh bird quarter and rambling 31 »ards for the touchdown. Quar erback Mark Johnson followei up lhat score with a pass ti split end Mike Johns for tlie 2-pointcr and a 20-7 Elkins lead wilh 8:17 still to play in the third period. : '·'· An Elkins fumble set up the Decatur touchdown as the Bulldogs fought to stay in the game early in the fourth quarter. The Jbble came on Ihe Elk 40 anct vo plays later Bulldog half- ick Russell Swearingen raced from 34 yard out for the 'iichdown. The cxlra point was ood, pulling Decatur back in ie ball-game 20-14. The Elks tacked on an insur- ice touchdown later in .thij nal period, however, pounding ul a 65-yard drive to seal tiifi ictory. Rick Ledbetter accoun- ed for the six-poinler on a onQ' ard run with 7:58 left in Ihe ainc, followed by Pashal's in for the 2 point conversion ' pad the final m a r g i n at 28-14. The Elks dominated Ihe game uoughoul, as shown in tlie earn statistics. Elkins had 19 rst downs to only three for Jecalur, and 336 yards rushing o 43 for the visitors. The Buli- ogs had 113 yards passing lo ix for Elkins. Host of Dcca- .ir's yardage came on their two ig plays, the 79-yard screen ass and the 34-yard run. John Bunch. Elkins' cat-quick 11-slatc candidate at halfback, liled up 96 yards rushing on 5 carries for his best night :ver. Paschal backed him up vith 53 yards on 14 carries, vhile Ledbetter had 45 yards and Johnson 42, both on 14 ries. The homecoming game win Jives Elkins a 2-2 record for he season, including 2-1 in conference playl. Decatur fell to 1-3 with the loss, 1-1 in league action. Next Friday night Elkins tra- ·els to West Fork for a non- conference game, while the Bulldogs face a do-or-die league ill wilh Gentry at home. Row They Farec LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Her s how the top 10 learns in The Associated Press high s c h o o oolball poll fared Ihis week: 1. NLR Northeast lost to LR 'arkview 27-6. 2. LR Parkview beat NLR Northeast 27-S. 3. LR Central tied Forres City 0-0. 4. Hot Springs lost to Bento 15-0. 5. Blylheville lost to Wes Memphis 23-20. 6. Pine Bluff beat FS North side 24-6. 7. FS Southside beat Fayett ville 13-6. 8. West Memphis beat Blyth ville 23-20. . El Dorado lost to Texa kana 16-14. 10. 'Texarkana beat El Di rado 16-14. COMPLETE LINE Of BUILDING MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS at DISCOUNT PRICES BANKAMEmCARD - MASTER CHARGE 'WELCOME DELIVERY SERVICE ALSO NEW HOMES AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS 7KELLEY BROTHERS LUMBER VCO. 2401 NORTH GREGG ON Weit Township North Gregg Phone 442-2351 1,000 MOTOCRQSS TOMORROW 140p.ni, BRENTWOOO SATURDAY Arkansas and Tulsa match 1- records here this afternoon with plenty of passing possible. Arkansas is a 17-point favor- le in the nonconference game. Arkansas upset Southern Cal- fornia 22-7 in the season opener, but was upset by Oklahoma State 26-7 last week. Ths Razorbacks threw only ,wo passes while moving the jail on the ground against USC. The Razorbacks threw only one jass in the first half againsl 3SU, although the ground game netted only 41 yards on 26 plays during the first two periods. "We were a little bit bull- icadcd last week because of our success Cal," said against Southern Arkansas Coach Frank Broyles. "We won't be bull-headed this week." Tulsa has thrown 62 passes while losing to Kansas State and beating North Texas Stale. Tulsa Coach F. A. Dry said lie respects Arkansas' secondary, but will not abandon the pass. "That's R basic part of our offense," Dry said. "We can't stop just because they have such a great secondary." The Tulsa quarlerback is Jeb Blount, who has completed 29 of 52 passes during the first Iwo games. Broyles said that TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service 'New A Used Anl«nnM Cclor · Black While Booittrt · Towcn Frtc Eitimaln 751-7927 Wl-M* 75l«5T lount, 6-foot-3 and 201, also dds the option to the Tulsa at- ack. Broyles said the USC game ook more out of the team than e thought possible. "The players realized t h e Deling on the bench was not he same," Broyles said. "VVe ere sure we were going to win gainst Southern Cal. Last reek, we thought we had to ,'in and we may have lightened P-" "I'm sure Arkansas won't ook like the same team this veek lhat they were against Jklahoma State," Dry said. The kickoff is set for 2 p.m. Hung Over? try our "Morning After Special" Fee! Better Fast! Steam and Massage Mare Heller's MASSAGE CENTER : 349 N. College 443-4929 Open This Sat. Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. HOME GAME SPECIAL! BEFORE THE GAME - - 11 A.M. 'TIL GAME TIME AFTER WE BEAT TULSA 5 P.M. y TIL 8 RM. ALL THE PIZZA and SALAD YOU CAN EAT NORTH. . . . ,2325 NORTH COLLEGE SOUTH. ... 314 SO. SCHOOL

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