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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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10 Northwest Atkonsas TIMES, Tues., Oct. 1, 9174 FAYETTEVILLt, ARKANSAS Pirate Congratulations Pirate pitched Bruce Kison (25) gets a hand from Mario Mendosa after hurling a three hit 2-1 victory over the Chi- cago Cubs in Pittsburgh Monday night. It was Kison's first complete game since September 4, 1972. The w i n keeps the Pirates and St. Louis tied for first place in the National League East race. (AP Wirephoto) Foreman Resumes Gym Work After Layoff N'SELE, Zaire (AP) -- "It feels good to be back in the ring again," world heavyweight champion George Foreman said Monday. "I've been doing my roadwork for the past five days and when (trainer) Dick Sadler says it's okay, we'll be sparring again." Foreman appeared in good spirits as he resumed gym work after a two-week layoff in preparation for his title defense against Muhammad All, now scheduled for Oct. 30 in Kin shasa, Zaire. The bout, originally planned for Sept. 24, was postponed when Foreman caught an elbow over his right eye in a sparring session with Bill McMurray. The much-heralded cut has caused severe difficulties for journalists, publicity people and especially promoters of the bout. Many of the problems have to do with rescheduling theaters and stadiums that were to show the "bout on closed circuit television but have prior committments on Oct. 30. Foreman was examined by World Boxing Council docto Monday and proclaimed fit fo training. "I'm very happy with th way George looks and fee after the. injury and the layoff, said Sadler. "We've still gi four weeks to go and I kept a six sparring partners here fo George to work with. "The champ has 250 round of sparring under his belt fc this fight and I'm sure we' have the opportunity to get in few more before the 30th " FHS Sophs Blank Siloam, Stay Unbeaten Orioles Keep On Rolling SILOAM SPRINGS -- Fny- .teville High School's soplio- lorc football team scored twice i the first quarter to defeat iloam Springs 13-0 Monday ight It was the Bullpups' third lutout and fourth win in four ames. Quarterback' Calvin Tackctl asscd 15 yards to split end lavid Jackson to cap the Bull- ogs' first possession, a 55-yard coring march. Robert Leblond dded the extra point for a 7-0 ead. Fayetteville next scored on a J-yard drive, highlighted by ''ackelt's-35-yard pass to wing- ack Charles Duell. Fullback Ied Parette got the touchdown rom two yards out. The Bulldogs wove 70 yards fter the second-half kickoff iut came up short on fourth nd goal from the one-yard line liloam reached the Fayetteville ix in the fourth quarter before "·arette preserved the shutou yith an interception from his inebacker position. FHS sophomore Coach Whi ch Whit Fowlkes praised hi, F o w 1 k eis praised his de fense, which has allowed jus seven points in four games. H also complimented the offensiv ine that includes tight em Tony West, left tackle' Lewi VIpore, left guard Vcrno Mitchell, center Bill Gatewood right guard Billy Ammons an alternating left tackles Darre Carr and David Murphy. Following an opening 7-0 wi over tiie FHS jayvees, th sophomores have downed Ben tonville 14-7, West Fork 27-0 an Siloam. They will travel Springdale next Monday an then play Rogers, West For] Berryville, Alma and Foi Smith Northside. "We've still got a long wa to go before we can have a o u t s t a n d i n g record," sa' Fowlkes. But to this point, it couldn be anv better. DETROIT (AP) -- Baltimore onager Earl Weaver Is being mlious, He doesn't want to iy anything to psychologically d the New York Yankees. But the Yankees need · more an a slip of the tongue today -- they need to win their, last vo games while Baltimore lust lose at least one of its last vo for New York to even tie jr.'first place in. the American eague East. Monday night the Detroit Tiers sure didn't do anything to i d the Yankees, psy- lologically or otherwise. Yanks Must Win Twice Baltimore battered Detroit for 12 hits and nine runs the first four innings enroute to a 12-6 victory before a chilled, rain-dampened crowd of 6,575 at Tiger Stadium. In the only other American League game scheduled, the Cleveland Indians edged the Boston Red Sox 2-1. The Orioles' triumph was their seventh consecutive and their 14th in the last 16 games. They have posted a 26-6 record since Aug. 29 when they were third, eight games behind leader Boston. An Oriole victory would force New York to win tonight and Wednesday in Milwaukee. That would give the two contenders a 90-72 final record and force a one - game knockout playoff Thursday in New York. Should Baltimore win one and New York lose one of its next two, the Orioles would win their fifth East crown since the major leagues went to divisional play six years ago. The only way New York can win the title without a one- game playoff Is to win twice To Fulfill Lawrence Williams' Dream Tech Passing Combo Zaps Texas By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS quarterback Texas 'ommy Tech Dunivcn and flanker .·awrence Williams looked as hough they were playing catch in a neighborhood lawn Saturday against sixth-ranked Texas. Only . like Tech assistant loach Tom Wilson says "You'd better have good hands when you play catch with Tommy or ie'11 knock 'em off." Duniven completed touchdown strikes of 77, 15 and 18 yards to Williams as they earned Tile Associated Press Southwest Conference -co-offensive Players of the Week award in the 26-3 upset of the Longhorns. The strong-armed, 6-foot-2 200-pound Duniven, who is jusl a sophomore, once threw a ball 75 yards in the air at McLean! Tex., High School. Saturday he winged a pass 4G yards into the teeth of a 25-mile-an hour wind Williams fielded it at the Texas 40 and romped to the end zone 75 PER CENT Duniven has thrown just 21 passes this year and completec 21--a whopping 75 per cent for our touchdowns. "He has -a real natural re- ease," says Wilson, a former 'ech quarterback who calls all he Red Raider plays from the ress box. "He has the poten- ial to tie super star. Tommy vas seven for seven last week . that's not too bad." Duniven was a quarterback on offense and a middle linebacker on defense in high ichool where he lettered in qotbal!, basketball, track, tennis and golf. Williams was a quarterback at Wichita Falls. "The way Duniven throws the ball you couldn't miss it if you .vanted to," said Williams. "He just drills it." WANTED TO BEAT TEXAS Duniven was not recruited by Texas but Williams was soughf by the Longhorns. "Texas had been winning anc I wanted to go somewhere I thought there might be a chance to beat Texas," sai( Williams, a senior. "It took a long time but I made it." Duniven has yet to play in a losing collegiate game. He tool 5-0 he freshman team to a ccord in 1972 including vie ories over Oklahoma, Ar ansas and Houston freshmen 3univen was redshirted las' ear. Tech defeated Iowa State it he opener and was tied two veeks ago by Oklahoma State. Texas Coach Darrell Roy a said 'Duniven is just about the most poinsted sophomore quar erback I've seen. The kid ha one heck of an arm." igainst tho Brewers while BaT- imore loses tho final two to Jetroit. That would give tho 'ankees a 90-72 record and the Orioles an 89-73 mark. "Tills is a big one for us be- ause all we have to do is win me of two games to tie. The rcssuro is definitely on the Yankees," said Oriole second baseman Bobby Grich, who Irovc in three runs in threo separate trips to the plate. Baltimore didn't waste time against Tiger starter Mickey Lolich, who Viecame the first 21- ;anie loser for Detrojt since looks Dauss was 13-21 in 1920. Lolich, who has lost six successive games since winning Iris 16th, gave up four of Baltimore's five second-inning runs. Davis singled, Don Baylor doubled, Brooks Robinson hit a Lwp-run single and Earl Williams belted a two-run homer. A walk by Mark Belanger, a stolen base, a walk to Paul Blair and a single by Grich produced rim number five. Grich hit a solo homer off Fred Holdsworth in the sixth while Belanger singled in two unearned runs off him in t h e ninth. Indians 2 lied Sox 1 Jim Perry posted liis 17lh victory, scattering nine Boston hits. -The Indians scored twica in the fourth inning on Charlie Spikes' single, John Ellis' double, a infield out and Dave Duncan's two-out single off Bill Lee. ANNOUNCING THE OPENING of SUNSHINE PARLOR Original Arts Crafts Tuesday, October 1 Leather, Jewelry, macrame, pottery, paintings, candles, clothing, moss gardens, etc. 526 W. DICKSON You Pick'Em \ OFFICIAL ENTRY BUNK i Games for week ending Oct. 5th: -» You Pick 'Em Rules ' Game No. 1 . i - Game No. Z . I Game No. 3 . 1 Game No. 4 , I . Game No. 5 . I Game No, 6 'Game No. 7 ,,.. I Game No. 8 -- I Game No. 9 Game No. 10 ... r I Game No. 11 ' G a m e No. 12 Game No. 13 I Game No. 11.... 1 Game No. 15 ,....,,.. I .Game No. IS ..,.,. · · · · · i Game No. 17 I TIE BREAKER (Predict Correct Score) Arkansas vs TCU !Name .. I Address | City .... 1. You can win $35.00 cash each week. Just be the one who picks [he most winners from the games listed in Oie advertisements appearing on this page under the You Pick 'Em headline. A tie game counts as a loss unless you have called the tie. Do not pick scores. In the event there are two or more entries tie- 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 the 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 the 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 he eligible. 4. All entries for this week's contest must be in the Northwest Arkansas Times office by 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 5. 5. Mail your entries to: You Pick 'Em Contest Northwest Arkansas TI5IES P. 0. Drawer D Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701 (Please write your name and address plainly.) 6. This contest is not open to em- ployes or families of employes of the Northwest Arkansas TIMES. 7. Name of winner will he published on this page next week. BEQUFTTE-PERRY CONSTRUCTON NOW BUILDING NEW 3 BEDROOM HOMES IN CHOICE LOCATIONS WITH GOOD FINANCING AVAILABLE. "Homes with the Personal Touch" Office In First Federal Building 521-6570 BILL BEQUETTE A. C. PERRY 443-3780 412-2559 ' f« ' Game No. 2--Mississippi vs Alabama Co££le/l YOUR ^ SLI PHARMACY DRUG STORES Downtown] I Easlgale Next to PosloHiee Center on 16 E. Game No. 9--Mississippi St. vs Kansas St. The Right Gift . . . for any occasion! GARDENHIRE JEWELRY N. E. 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