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10 · Northwest Arkanio* TIMES, Friday, Oct. 4, 1974 FAVKTTIVILLl, AKKANSAt Admirers Pay Respect Coaches' Quotes, Probable lineups · Both Arkansas and TCU will b«,.opening their Southwest Conference seasons when they meet Saturday in Fort Worth at 7:30. Here arc comments from the .two schools' coaches, followed by the two-deep lineups. A R K A N S A S FRANK BROYLES -- "So far this season' our defense has come along a lot faster than I had expected i t ' t o but our offense is riot at the point that I would like for "it ; to be. Chuck McKinney and Billy Burns had their best games as Razorbacks in last Saturday's win over Tulsa. ·"-This week we start the conference season against TCU. -For this game you can throw cut all past records and perfor- "mances because this is the start of a new season for both teams. Mike Luttrell (TCU running back) is one of the better runners in the nation this season. · ,VOur defense will be seeing their fourth different offensive formation in four weeks and it will be a real challenge to them · to try to stop the TCU attack. They run from the pro-set and Toa.most passing plays they will have five men into the pas? pattern." ..TCU'S JIM SHOFNER -"We've made some improvement every week since the season began. So far this season our defense has been carrying · us, but in the second half oi the Minnesota game our offense started to come around. I fee! that our defense can play with anyone. "After looking at the Arkan sas films, it is very hard to find a chink in their armour Their defense s e e m s to be everywhere at once, and it is probably the strong point ol thfcjr ballclub. They have good sire and are extremely quick. ^Offensively they like to run right at you. Their only pro blem is that they haven't set tlw on the first-string quarter back yet. They are as strong a:college team as I have seen this year. £ ARKANSAS OFFENSE Sg 11 Kelvin O'Brien (6-1 184 Jrj) ~ 34 Freddie Douglas (5-10 !' 74 Gerald Skinner (6-5, 255 Soph.) -38 David Spriggs (6-0, 230 LS 68 Greg Koch (6-4, 233 Soph.) ·ffl Harvey Hampton (5-11, 237 Soph.) C -52 Richard LaFargue (6-5 245, Jr.) .38 Sam Pope (63. 220, Soph. EG 63 H. C. Thielemann (6-3 255, Soph.) '39 Ron Fulcher (5-11, 225, Jr. ST. 70 Lee King (6-3, 245, Sr.) J7 Allen Petray (6-3, 235, Jr. TE 81 Doug Yoder (6,-3, 220, Jr. ^2 Mickey Billingsley (6-2, 215 S5bh.) RHB 85 Ike Forte (6-0, 198, Jr. S21 Vaughn Lusby (5-9, 17 Ft:) FB 32 Marsh White (6-2, 220 '42 Holland Fuchs (5-10, 190 Jr.) LHB 24 Barnabas White (5-11 17V, soph.) -22 Elijah Davis (5-10, 180 Soph.) . QB' ,10 Mark Miller (6-2, 188 Jr.) .;19 Scott Bull (6-4, 206, Jr.) If ARKANSAS DEFENSE Lfj 83 Ivan Jordan (6-2, 209 ·fa William Watkins (6-3, 21 So-p'h.) LT 75 Brison Manor (6-4, 23 Sft) ^77 Charlie Brown (6-4, 23 SOBh.) LB 55 Dennis Winston (6-1, 21 Soph.) -$3 Billy Burns (6-1, 210, Sr N; 72 Leotis Harris (6-2, 26 66 Mike Campbell (5-11, 207, B 76 Hal MaAfee (6-0, 210, r.) 38 Marvin Daily (6-0, 225, T 60 Jon Rhiddlehoover (6-1, 0, SR.) 73 Chuck McKinney (6-4, 225, E 51 Johnnie Mcadors (6-1, OG, Soph.) 36 Alan Watson (6-1, 200, oph.) C 29 Brad Thomas (5-10, 176, r.) 20 Muskie Harris (5-11, 174, oph.) S 49 Tommy Harris (6-2, 187, r.) 25 Bruce Mitchell (6-3, 185, oph.) S 26 Floyd Hogan (5-11, 174, r.) 17 Bo Busby (6-1, 188, Soph.) ,C 40 Rollen Smith (6-1, 177, r.) 31 Howard Sampson (5-10, 85. Fr.) TCU OFFENSE 'E 87 Ronald Parker (6-4, 215. r.) 84 Alan Layne (6-0, 206. Jr.) ,T 61 Scott O'Glee (6-4, 228, oph.) 78 Russ Stewart (6-3, 210, oph.) ,G '65 John MoWilliams (6-1 20, Sr.) 66,Coke Smith (6-0, 221, Jr.) C 54 Jerry Caillier (6-2, 213 oph.) 53 Mike Wyman (5-11, 212 r.) RG 60 Terry Champagne (5-10 11, Sr.) 68 Bryan King (6-1. 220, Jr.) LT 62 Merle Wang (6-4, 250 r.) 77 Lee Ray (6-2, 221, Soph.) 5E 38 Gary Patterson (6-1, 170 39 Dicky Powers (6-2, 179, r.) QB 10 Lee Cook (6-1, 181, Jr.) 11 Jim Dan Elzner (6-3, 198 Fr.) RB 22 Ron Littleton (6-0, 187 Jr.) 17 Chuck Boyd (5-11, 171 ioph.) TO 23 Mike Luttrell (6-1, 205 ir. 20 Billy Neel (6-0, 200, soph.) ! L 88 David Duncan (6-1, 162 Sr.) 26 Mike Renfro (6-0, 170, Fr.) TCtJ DEFENSE LE 83, Keith Judy (6-2, 213 Soph.) 81 Jim Quinn (6-1, 197 ioph.) -T 70 J. G. Crouch (6-3, 224 Soph.) 74 Jim McNeil (6-3, 225, Sr. WLB 50 Gene Moser (6-1, 225 Sr.) 63 Joe Segulja (6-2, 200 Soph.) MLB 55 Dede Terveen (6-2, 220 Sr.) 57 Craig Lund (6-2, 204. Jr.) SLB 47 Mike Hanna (6-2, 220 Sr.) 43 Jerry Gaither (6-2, 215 Fr.) RT 72 Tommy Van Wart (· 250, Sr.) 73 Steve Mauch (6-3, 230, Soph.) RE 37 Chad Utley (6-0, 200 Sr.) 85 Larry Wilkins (6-2, 200 Sr.) LCB 48 Gene Hernandez (6177, Sr.) 21 Chester Young (5-11, 17 Jr.) RCB 27 Allen Hooker (5-11, 17 Jr.) 34 Jeff Breithaupt (6-0, 17 Sr.) WS 13 Terry Drennan (5-11. 17 Sr.) 40 G. Washington (64, 18 Soph.) SS 45 Tim Pulliarn (5-11, IS Jr.) 12 Dennis McGehee (5-10. 176, Jr.) Itamay Battle: Jo Standoff . HARRISON -- The R a m a y S junior high Indians played a ' lough defensive game, moved . the ball well in the first half but still managed only a tie against a pretty salty Harrison bunch 0-0. The Tribe certainly had their cHances. The visitors took the opening kickoff and promptly ' one yard line. The Goblins drove 60 yards to the Harrison suddenly c h a n g e defensive sets and quarterback Todd · at" the l i n e . Unfortunately Darter called a quick audible Ramay lineman didn't get the : mgssage and a five yard motion · penalty nullified Darter's touch. down scamper and put the ball ; back on the six. · Erom there Darter called the · saQie play and scored agian only to have it called back when another lineman just missed the snap count. "Darn it!; Those were the only two penalties we had all night," ; saw a dissappointed Ramay ; head coach Gerald Daily. "We .· fe?t like we really won t h e ·J ga'tne, but when you score 1 twice and have both of them , called back you have to be a HlJJe disappointed." i - GOOD DEFENSF, fhe Ramy defense did.a fine . job in containing what Daily ; termed the best junior high i team he's faced. The Goblins J never crossed the 50 and could · amass only 80 yards total of- !f4csc. "Our whole .defense did ja-food job," praised Daily. "We feJJ like we did just what we had to do defensively." Leading that charge were Ty Hoskins, Bobb Martin. Mark Uchtner, Eddie Sugg, Doug Baird, Bre Garton, Melton Newman, Greg Hall, Jackie Eiland and Bob! Wallis. "This was our th straight shut out," said Dai "Actually we've only given six points in four ball games. The second half saw Ram produce a couple more sco opportunities, but the gi eggs never disappeared f.u the visitor's side of the scor board. Early in the third peril the Indians turned to ti passing attack and Darter I Eddie Nichols for 45 yards the Harrison 10. A piling i penalty moved the ball to t five, but the Goblins threw i an inpenelrable defensive wai: Late in the fourth period tl Tribe had another scorii opportunity but with simil disappointing results. Ramay amassed 149 yar total offense of which 56 cam via the passing game. Dart ran for 52 yards on 15 carri while fullback Bobby Fit managed 38 yards on H Carrie Darter completed two of five passes. Next action for the Indians will be next Thursday evening at Harmon Field against Bentonville. Bud Campbell Buried L I T T L E ROCK (AP) - audc N. "Bud" Campbell, the ice of the Arkansas Razor- icks for the past 10 years, is be buried at Roselawn Me- orial Park this afternoon. A funeral service for Camp- II, killed in a car crash early lursday, is planned at the Puski Heights United Methodist hurch. Campbell, 50, was sports di- ctor for television station ATV. Campbell was killed when the ATV car he was driving went t of control on a Little Rock reel mes. and overturned three Police said Campbell, renounced dead at the scene, as pinned beneath the wreck- Police said Campbell had een to a birthday party after ATV's 10 p.m. newscast ednesday and that he was fol- wing another car to a Little ock apartment when the acci- Jnt occurred. Frances Chenault told police lat she was to meet Campbell - his apartment, 'out when ampbell didn't show up, she rove back to see what had de yed hrm and found the acci ent. A spokesman for KATV sait ampbell and his wife had bcei eparated for some time. Police blamed the accident n speed too fast for existing onditions. Members of the journalism nd sports communities paid ribute to Campbell Thursday. Frank Broyles, athletic direc or and football coach at the fniversity of Arkansas, callet 'ampbell a close persona riend and "a friend of every ne in Arkansas." "I admired his abilities ani_ ireless efforts that he put into is work," Broyles, who vorked with Campbell f o r 17 ears, said. Campbell was the ost to the Frank Broyles Show iat appeared on KATV on Sun- lay afterndons. Broyles said Campbell could lave oeen a national television nnouncer had he not loved Ar- :ansas so much. Broyles said Dampbell often discussed his lelief "that his job was to retort the news and let them (the isteners) form their own opin- on. He had a policy never to ake out after anyone." CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Jim Pitcock. KATV news di- ector, said Campbell had told im there were two highlights n his broadcast career. 'One was when he did the ommentary on an Arkansas- Texas football game on national television," Pitcock said. 'The other was when (Hie late ormer) President (John F.) Kennedy came to visit the Arkansas Livestock Show in 1963." Pitcock said Kennedy's visit came 11 years ago Thursday. Pitcock said that when Campbell was off the air, he was a shy man. "We could go out together and eat lunch and everyone always knew Bud," Pitcock said. 'This sort of recognition embarrassed him." Pilcock called Campbell irobably the most professional icwsmnn he hud worked with. Telephone calls poured into (ATV Thursday. "They just vanted to say they are sorry," said Robert Doubleday, president of KATV. Doubleday called Campbell 'a total professional, one of the jest." He also said Campbell vas "shy for a man who en- oyed the prominence that he did." Orville Henry, sports editor of the Arkansas Gazette and a close professional associate of Campbell's, said, "Bud was (he most, professional person in sportscasting this state has ever had. "Whatever lie undertook, he tried to make it from start to 'inish the best that could be made," Henry said. "He had that great trait when that red eye (on a TV camera) came on, he was the same every time. He a l s o was an outstanding technician as far as putting film together." Henry praised Campbell's work "in packaging the Frank Broyles Show. I understand that nobody in the country puts together a better coach's show." FROM 'OLD SCHOOL Campbell was of "the ol( school," Henry said. "He never put himself first in his work He. tried to make the person he was working with look as good as possible. "This is a great loss to the state," Henry added. " B u d lived for his work." Bill Johnson of radio station KCON at Conway was Camp bell's "color man" on the radii broadcasts of the Razorback football games. "I was honoret to have worked with him, and feel I have lost a good friend,' Johnson said. "His hard work, ong hours and dedicated pro- essionalism made him highly respected." Campbell came to Little Rock i 1954 as a sportscasler foi KARK-TV. He slaiied h i s shows with Raxorback coaches here and began his long association with the Miss Arkansas Pageant. When Campbell joined he KATV staff in February 1906, those shows went with lini. Campbell came to Little Rock liter five years with radio sta ,ion WIND in Chicago as f )ackup play-by-play announcer for the Chicago Cubs 'oasebal games. Campbell was born In Batoi Rouge, La., and attended Loui iana State University bul Iropped out to enter the Army in 1942. He later received a de gree from LSU in speech with a minor in English. Campbell recently had been chosen by his peers as "Ar kansas Sporlscaster of the Year," the ninth time he had been so honored. Said Broyles, "Bud had grea' friendships with players am coaches, because they all re spected his professionalism. He will be missed by his persona friends, and by all Razorback fans." Broyles said he plans lo have a portrait of Campbel placed in the new Athletic Building. Surviving Campbell are hii widow, Leigh 'Campbell; twi sons, Ricky Campbell of Fa yettcville and Buddy Campbe! of New Orleans, and a daugh ter, Debbie Campbell of Littl Rock. Memorials may be made t the Bud Campbell Memoria Athletic Scholarship Fund a the University of Arkansas a Fayetteville. 'Spirit Is High/ Says ASU Coach JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) -Arkansas State University worked on its kicking game and concluded recognition work on Eastern Michigan's offensive and defensive sets in a 90-minute drill Thursday. The Indians host the Hurons Saturday. ASU lost to top-ranked Louisiana Tech 20-7 last week. "It was a fair practice," said Coach Bill Davidson. "The spirit is high and I think we're about ready to bounce back and get with it." Davidson said three regulars will be sidelined for the UEM game. Tailback Willie Harris has a severe hamstring pull and will yield his duties to alternating runners Lyle Lattimore and Larry Lawrence. Offensive guard Randy Golden will work in place of T. J. Humphreys, who had an ankle sprain, and nose guard Albert O'Bryant will operate in Bull Muzik's spot. Muzik has a twisted knee. (AP Wirephoto) BUD CAMPBELL ... Final respects were paid today by friends and associates of Arkansas sports announcer Bud Campbell, killed in an auto accident Thursday. Slight Is Favorite WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (AP) Emerson Filtipaldi, the youthful but seasoned journalist's son from Brazil, began three days of work today that could bring him his second world driver's championship. The 27-year-old McLaren driver has been established as a slight favorite over two other contenders to capture his second championship in three years. The issue will be settled in Sunday's $300,000 United States Grand Prix -- for the first time in the history of this final race of the international campaign. TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service New Uteri Antennas Color · Black White Booster* · Towers Free Estimates 751-7927 7S1.849* 7S1-0257 Rookie Heins Takes 5-Shot Sahara Lead LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) -- ohnny Miller, five shots 'back the surprise rookie loader, lid he isn't out of it going into day's second round of the 35,000 Sahara Invitational olf Tournament. But Miller, admittedly weary nd lacking desire, sounded cry much as if he were trying o convince himself. "I'd be lying if I said I was i for this tournament," sale iillcT, who had to get "maybe he biggest break of my life,' D salvage a par 71 in Thurs ay's first round. That put Miller, the winner ol ight tour titles and a recorc 34G.OOO this season, well behim tocky Bobby Heins, a 23-year Id native of Monticello. N.Y. 'ho surprised even himsell ith a five-under-par 66. "I only hit three or four shots was really satisified with, bu( very time I looked up. the bal ras going straight for the lag," said Heins, who hasn' ome close to making expenses nd has survived the cut only ivc times in his brief pro ca eer. J.C. Snqad and journeyman )ave Eichelberger matched 67s n the bright, warm sunshime hat bathed the 6,800-yard, par 1 Sahara-Nevada Country Club otirse and were tied for sec nd. one shot out. Former champion Chi Ch Rodriguez, Mike Hill, Ken Sti! and John Schroeder were at 6 vhile defending title-holde John Mahaffey was in a bi unch at 69. Tom Weiskopf, who wa paired with Miller, managei only a four-over-par 75 am must improve lodav if he is t qualify for the final two rounds Jack NicVlaus, Arnold Palm er, Gary Player. Lee Trevim and U.S. Open chamoion HaL rwin are not competing. Off-Beat Record KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) -- ymnast Rick Murphy of West ern Michigan University walked 50 y a r d s on his h a n d s - i n a world-record time of 25.72 icconds Thursday, according t iChool officials. Murphy's time in the 50-yari land-walk erased the forme mark of 29.5 seconds, said offi cials, who will submit the pei ormance to the Guinness Boo of Records for consideration. Butler Injured KANSAS CITY (AP) -- Tight nd Gary Butler was placed on he injured reserve list Thursay by the Kansas City Chiefs. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Day* a WeeVI October--Notional Restaurant Month Tim's Pizza with Schlitz Town Country Restaurant Open 24 Hn.--7 Day. Wk. Hwy. 71 1. (Old finokt H«UM) 621.8636 RI.2 JohnionRd. 'rtyeHlvlllt, Atk. BB BAR-B-GUE (3 Blocks South of Ozark Theater on 71 By Pass) Dining Rooms, Carry-Out, Sandwiches We Cater Large and Small Groups, Too! 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Electric Carts Available. $7 for 18 holes $4 for 9 holes 2 Room Suites Sun. thru Thurs., $15.00 Double, $10 Single Fri., Sat. Holidays $22.00 Double, $18.00 Single Restaurant Snack Bar at Popular Prices Plan a company golf outing or just get up a group. For Larger Groups Please Contact -- Bill Burgin P.O. Box 296--Si loam Springs, Ark. or Call 524-6133 Harrison Released ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Rookie running back Reggie Harrison was released and runnng back Eddie Moss was signed Thursday by the St. Louis Cardinals of the National Football T/cn?ue. (cam official!! said. What RpbertFohoxtdid forthetemboaut, E*van Williams did for Bourbon. Evan Williams *ftyfr 1st Distiller HELP US CELEBRATE OUR 1st BIRTHDAY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1974 FREE ICE CREAM FREE COKES FREE COFFEE See Our New Scottish Buffet Room We at Scottish Inn feel that the traveling public has grown tired of "typical restaurant fare. How many times have you been unable to find something you really want on a typical menu? Are you tired of greasy fried foods and short order dishes? COFFEE SHOP 3000 N. College COME VISIT US SCOTTISH BUFFET ROOM Fayetteville, Ark. J JU-* ** t **. ** .-*

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