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State Scores 18 nigh School Parkview 18, Pine 28, Bluff German- Parkview Pushes Season Mark To 5-0 West Memphis town, Tcnn,, 6 .' LIl Cerilral 14, Hot Springs 13 Texarkana 21, Jacksonville o Rogers 13, KS Soiithside 7 Lakeside 40, Altheimor 0 NLR Ole Main 19, El Dorado 12 . Fayclloville 20, FS Northside 18 ;. Bcnton 24, LR Catholic 7 Stuttgart 23, Jonesboro G Harding Academy 10, Hazen 7 DeValls Bluff 46, Vilonia 6 . · Mountain View IV, Hardy Highland 12 Gillelt 21, Gould 20 NLH Sylvan Hills 21, Russellville 17 South Pemiseol, Mo., 22, Greene County Tech 0 Watson Chapel 26, LR Joe T. Robinson 13 ' Ashdown 45, De Queen 21 Magnolia 27, Hooks, Tex., 21 Gurdon 40, Stamps 6 Nashville 35, Lewisville 0 Foreman 21, Mineral Springs 0 Murfreeshoro 14, Norphlet 7 - B'ouke 38, Shreveport, La., 8 Atkins 43, Alma 14 Booneville 16, Waldron 11 Gravette 64, Lincoln 0 Clarksvilie 17, Mansfield 0 Lake Hamilton 14, Bismarck 0 Horatio 21, Mount Ida 0 Mountain Pine 45, Magnet Cove 8 . Dollarway 28, Morriltoii G Eudora 26, McGehee 0 Monlicello 33, Dermotl 7 Crossett 28, Warren G Blytheville 35, Brinkley 6 Wynne 45, Marvell 8 Turrell 50, Jonesboro Westside 0 Greenwood 25, Subiaco 19 Mount ainburg 34, Altus 0 Augusta 22, Bald Knob G Pocahontas 20, Piggolt 0 Hamburg 21, Fordyce 0 Springdale 14, Conway 7 Crojssett 28, Warren 8 Star City 19, DeWitt 0 Paragould 28, Kennett, Mo., Batesville 16, Osceola 13 Clinton 7, Heber Springs 0 Mena 27, Dardanelle 14 Hope 25, Malvern 7 Camden Fairview 14, Prescott 0 Ozark 6, Charleston 3 Harmony Grove 40, Strong 0 Camden 21, Arkadelphia 16 McCrory 35, Parkin 0 Bryant 6, Cabot 0 Van Buren 20, Paris 6 West Fork 12, Elkins 6 Berryville 61, Marshall 7 Des Arc 21, Beehe 6 Marion 20, Hughes 12 Delta 22, Grady 1G Clerks 41, Glenwood 12 Woodlawn 34, Hermitage 0 Lamar 48, Win slow 0 South field, Louisiana Bradley 6 Rison 35, Junction City 0 Danville 35, Perry ville 6 Green Fores^ 20, Pea Ridgi Trumann 21, Gosnell 14 Bauxite 9, Glen Rose 9 Gentry 8, Decatur 3 Sheridan 14, Lonoke 8 20 Auburn Field Goal Produces 3-0 Decision MIAMI (AP) -- "I had r, idea that kick was going to wi the game," said Auburn kick ing specialist Greg Gillis afte his 24-yard third-quarter Iiel goal stood up lor a 3-0 victor over Miami Friday nfght. "We are real happy an mighty pleased lo come ou with a 3-0 victory," said Ai burn Coach Ralph "Shug" Joi dan. Members of both teams sai they expected more than a Iiel goal in the game, despite th fact Auburn entered the conies as the nation's best team in de fense. They proved their right that honor by holding Miami t 11 first downs and only 60 ne yards rushing. Miami got 10 yards passing despite a stron northeast wind that gusled lo miles an hour. Miami was equally Impressive on defense. The 16lh-rank- ed Hurricanes held Auburn, rated llth, to 233 yards, all on the ground, and 14 first downs. Miam; Coach Pete Elliolt, after his first loss in three outings, said, "Mistakes are part of the game. But 1 can't say I was pleased with our -running and passing game when you any points on the Rogers Mounties Knock Off Southslde y THE ASSOCIATED PKKSS Korget about history repeat- g itself. Last year, Little Kock Park- owr knocked off top-ranked orth Little Rock Ole Main and st the following week to North Ule Rock Norlheasl. Park- ew whipped lop-ranked North- ast last week, bill stayed on e winning track with an 18-16 dory over Pine Bluff Friday ght. The lopranked Palriols are 0 for Ihe season and 3-0 in AAA 'play. Fourth - ranked ine Bluff has losl two games y a tolal of three points. Leonard Clay carried 20 mes for 220 yards to lead sec- id-ranked West Memphis to a 3-6 victory over Germanlown, enn. Robert Farrell kicked hat proved to be (he deciding oints as third ranked Little ock Central edged ninth-rank- d Hot Springs 14-13. Fifth - ranked N o r t h e a s t crushed Lillle Reck Mills 36-14. Sixth-ranked Texarkana remained unbeaten against Arkansas opposition with a 24-0 viclroy over Jacksonville. Sev- cnlh-rankecl Blylhcville had an easy time wilh Brinkley, 35 6. Rogers quarterback Tim Gregory scored one touchdown ard run in the Andre Jackson's and set up Mowlaineers another upset as the cighth- The difference view-Pine Bluff ranked Fort Smith Southside 13-7. Hot Springs Lakeside, No. 10, crushed Altheimcr 40 0. in Ihe Park- game turned out to be a second-quarter safety that occurred when the snap from center sailed over the punter's head. The two points gave the Patriots an 8-3 lead. A 26-yard field goal by Scott Rig gan made it 11-3, but Pine Bluf cut the halftime margin to 11-9 on a dipsy-doodle pass play that went from Scott Irwin to splil end John Perry to Ken Gathright. Parkview quarter-buck Jerry made it 18-9 on a nine- third period. 12-yard scor- ng run cut it lo 18-10 wilh 9:34 eft in Ihe game. Larry Wallace lad a chance lo win it for Pine Bluff, but his 28-yard field goal attempt was wide left with six minutes. remaining. Germ a lit own got off lo a 60 ead, but Clay pul the Blue Devils oh top on a 52-yard scor- ng run. Clay also scored on a 28-yard run in Ihe third period. Michael Hall scored twice for lentral on short runs. His second TD broke a 7-7 lie wilh 10:13 led in Ihe fourth period and Farrell added his second extra point. Hot Springs' Dale Vlarlow rambled 77 yards for a .ouchdown less . than a minute later, but Steve Yearby's extra point attempt was wide left. George, Pree's six-yard scoring run in the third period put Texarkana on top 9-0. The Razorbacks scored 15 points in the Dodgers, Pirates Meet In NL Playoffs Today PITTSBURGH (AP) -- The ,os Angeles Dodgers, conceded n edge in pitching, sur- risingly also had a power ad- antage over the Pittsburgh Pi- ates as the two teams opened he best-of-5 game series for National League pennant oday. The Dodgers traditionally ave been thought of as a team 'hich bunted, sacrificed and ingled for a run or two, then elied on pitching to win. -The Crates, on the other hand, are ecognized as a hitting club, ne whose power overcame de- ensive deficiencies. Manager Walter A l s t o n , in ignant when asked what he bought w e r e negative ques- ions. contended the 1974 Dodg- rs were superior over-all. "All I've heard is how t h e Dodgers choked last year, were going to choke this year, and iow I'm asked how we feel ibout losing all six games (this eason) here," Alston said. ' ' W h a . t happened before doesn't mean a thing to me or my players," said the obviously annoyed Alston. "Why don't you ask me how he Pirates will do in Los Ange- es," he asked. The Dodgers ieat Pittsburgh in four of six in lodger Stadium. "Check the statistics," he said. "Who hit more home runs, scored more runs?' The Dodgers actually rely on more than just Zu-game winner don't put hoard." Auburn's defense was led by linebacker and defensive play- caller Ken Bernich, who had six tackles and an assist Miami was led by middle guard Rubin Carter, who made 14 tackles and had five assists, and linebacker Rich Griffiths, who added 12 tackles and had four assists. The only games tonight involving members of The Asso- cialed Press Top Twenty are Oklahoma Stale at No. 10 Texas Tech and Texas-El Paso at No. 12 Arizona. Ohio Slate and Oklahoma put their No. 1 and No. 2 ratings on Ihe line this afternoon. The Buckeyes ol Ohio State invade Seattle for a meeting with 1-2 Washington State while the Sooners of Oklahoma stay at home to play 0 3 Wake Forest. Elsewhere, third-ranked Alabama is in Jackson, Miss., No. 4 Michigan visits Stanford and Cowboys Lead In Statistics But Are 1-2 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It is written in the Good Book of Football Axioms that passing yardage- does not necessarily touchdowns make. Just ask the Dallas Cowboys. Item: Dallas quarterback Ro ger Staubach leads all Nationa Football Conference passers with 725 .yards--over 200 mor- than the next best total. Hem: Drew Pearson of Dal las is the league's leading re ceiver with 21 catches for 37' yards. Item: The Cowboys havi managed just 40 points in thei: first Ihree games, losing two o those contests. Dallas tries to lurn Ihing! around as the National Foolba! League season enters its fourth week Sunday. It won't be easy because the Cowboys must fac Minnesota, one of the NFL' three unbeaten and unliec teams. The others are New England hosting winless Baltimore, am ,1. Louis, which plays at Sai Brands co. Elsewhere, Washington play at Cincinnati, B u f f a l o is a Bay, Denver visits Kan as City, Oakland plays a Ileveland, Los Angeles . host Detroit, Pittsburgh is at Hous .on, Philadelphia plays in Sa Diego, New Orleans visils Ch cage and Atlanta plays the Ne\ York Giants in New Haven. The New York Jets play -c Miami in Monday night's na tionally televised game. Statistically, the NFL's firs three weeks have provided fc surprises. For example, II American Conference's leadin rushers' are O.J. Simpson fifth-rated Kansas. Texas AM is at Nebraska, ranked sixlh, plays host to Minnesota, No. 7 Notre Dame visits Michigan Stale, eighth-ranked North Carolina Slate entertains East Carolina and No. 9 Southern California is at home against Iowa, record-smashin of Buffalo Larry Csonka of Miami wit 258 yards and 236 respectively That's exactly the way they fi ished last year when Simpso iained 2.003 and Csonka 1,003 The leading National Confe ence rusher is Minnesota Chuck Foreman, last season Offensive Rookie of the Yea Foreman lias gained 224 yard and shares the NFL scorin lead with Csonka at four toucl downs each. Staubach stands sixlh amor NFC passers, wilh Washin ton's Bill Kilmer first on ' competions iin 75 altempts fi 518 yards. The AFC leader, ironically, Buffalo's Joe Ferguson, who a , tempted only two passes ai I completed neither of them 1 Ihe Bills' 16-12 victory over 11 New York Jets in a monsoi last week. Ferguson is 27 for for 310 yards. San Diego's Gary Garrisi leads AFC receivers with catches for 235 yards. inal 69 seconds of the game on a 35-yard run by quarterback Joey Bettis, a nine-yard scoring lass from Bettis to Terry Youngblood and a safely. Blytheville scored twice in .he final three minutes of Iho second quarter on a 12-yard run )y Don Davis and a 12-yard scoring pass from Bruce Hay to Gary Holmes. The first unit played little in Ihe-second half. Gregory set up Rogers' firsl touchdown with a 25-yard run. He scored the Mountaineers' from one seconds remaining in Ihe half to make it 1-0. Norlh Little Rock Ole Main upped its AAAA record to 2-1 with a 19-12 victory over El Dorado. Mike Monk's five-yard scoring run in the final two minutes of play ended a 93-yard drive and secured Ole Main's victory. Three AAAA teams lost non- conference games. second touchdown yard out with 42 Unbeaten Monroe, l!a,, Ne- Rock Hal louchdowr ville 13-7. whipped Lillle The winning came in Ihe Ihird quarler when Mike Whitewell plunged two yards to end an 84-yard scoring drive. Hall did not s c o r e until the final minutes. Class AAA Benton uppcd its record to 4-1 with a 24-7 victory over AAAA Little Rock Cathp lie. The Panlhers upped their lead lo 21-0 midway Ihrough Ihe second quarter when linebacker Dale White picked up a and raced eight yards touchdown. Terry Gunter carried seven times for 140 yards and scorei on runs cf 52 and 72 yards ti spark Sylvan Hills lo a 21-17 nonconfcrcnce victory Russellvillc. Stuttgart's Howard Minlcr scored three touchdowns as the (umbl for Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Saturday, Oct. 5, 1974 · FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Utley, Rhiddlehoover Discuss SWC Opener Chad Utlcy and Jon Rhicktlc- hoover and a coupfe of W e s t Toxans who have known some constant factors in their two previous varsity seasons of Southwest Conference football. Utley went to TCU from Lubbock and Rhiddlehoover opted for Arkansas out of Abilene Higl). During all their, college days, t h e Southwest Conference Class AA Ricebirds bombed AAA Jonesboro 29-6. championship has gone to Tex as--usually in convincing fashion. But after three weeks of one of the wildest collegiate seasons in anyone's memory, these two defensive linemen see some hope for a change. ! TCU hosts Arkansas tonight n both schools' conference opener, one t h a t takes on ireater proportions in this to- Helena nipped Forrest City 20-14 in a AAA-East contest. ers. Now dy . Messersmilh, 19-game nner Don Sutlon and super liever Mike Marshall, a 13 ame winner with 21 saves. The dodgers hit 139 homers to ' for the Pirates, scored 798 ns to 751, batted in 744 runs 692, and hit .272 as a team, st two points less than Pitts- rgh's .274. Thus the Western Division ampion Dodgers, who won 2 games and finished four ead of runner-up Cincinnati, e the .choice to beat the Pi- ales and reach the World Ties. Pittsburgh won the East r 1% games in a dogfight with e St. Louis Cardinals that asn't decided until the final ay of the 162-game season. Right-hander Sutton, who won of his last 14 starts, was Alon's choice to open the series jainst Pittsburgh's 16-game inner, Jerry Reuss. Pittsburgh Manager Danny lurtaugh wasn't taking any omfort in his team's 8-4 edge gainst Los Angeles during the eason. Graveile Bombs Lincoln Wolves For Homecoming GHAVETTE - The Gravette ions celebrated home-corning n fine fashion h e r e Friday ight, rolling over the Lincoln Volves 6 4 0 in a District 1-A (inference game. Gravette scored first early in ie opening period on a pass ·om Robert Hattield to half- ack Don Donnell, who pitched o fullback Joe Barker. The later carried it in for the score f a nine-yard play. Lee Donne dded the extra point to give Lions an early 7-0 lead. Ablocked punt set up t h e ext Gravelte touchdown, put- :ng the Lions in business ai ie Lincoln 30. On the seconc ilay from there Hatfield passed lally unpredictable season. Arkansas hasn'l losl to TCU since and Jon were pre-school- in t h e i r last year of col- ege, they look at the long Arkansas domination of the scries and the development of 1974. Q -- D o e s the fact that Arkansas has beaten TCU 15 straight games have any special significance to you? IT ALL DEPENDS Rhiddlchoov "It depends on how the TCU team t a k e it. If it fires them up. then it'll have an effect on us. But I haven't been here all Ihosn years, so I don't really think about thai " Ulley -- "Yeah, it does mean something now. As a sophomore it didn't mean much to me to hear how long it had been since we'd beaten Arkansas, But I've heard it for three years and you finally get tired of it. This weekend is about the best foot- Fayettevijle Fumble Fayeflcville's Michael Jackson (7) partially h i d d e n makes a desperate dive for his own fumble during Friday night's knock down d r a g out with Fort Smith Northsiile. Linebacker Bobby Corrotto (44) and tackle Chris Caver (55) scramble in for a chance at the fumble recovery. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) After Second Round Eichelberger, Goody Share Sahara Lead ball weekend we have here -it's the Arkansas game and a lot of parents are here a.nd there are a lot of people in the stands. It means a lot to us." Q--You're both different offensively this year. What does that do to your defenses? RhiddleluiDver -- "They run the pro offense; they try to run on you and set you up for the pass. Then sometimes they'll pass on first d o w n. Lots of .earns will run in passing situa- ions, third and long. But as a defensive tackle, their passing ;ame will · - on me. .he better running backs body will play against. He's big and he runs real tough. Last year we didn't play them real good (Arkansas won, 13-5). They've been getting closer every year." Utlcy -- "Arkansas has got a lot of good runners. They'll hit you right up the miudle, a n d and got to you quick, like Arkansas does. Both (Mark) Miller and (Scott) Bull ran the Wish- hone real well; Bull can rca'd a defense awfully quick and get through when there's not much of a hole." STRONG DEFENSE Q -- You've botli played Irong defense this yegr, hough, haven't you? Uliiclillehnovcr--"We're think- ng we can play real good de- ense. We've just given up ona ouchdown ths year and Tulsa lidn't make a first down last vcck until our third defense vas in the game--we had freshmen playing positions they ladn't ever played before. Against Oklahoma Stale we played good defense (Arkansas lost, 2(i-7), hut they didn't make .he mistakes and let us get the .urnovcrs you need to \vn. We iclcl Southern Cal pretty well and got the turnovers for our offense to score from close in." Ulley -- "It's good defense Nobody had confidence in our defense last year, but we have all the confidence in the world our defense this year. Coach (Don) Lawrence is the best defensive coach I've ever played for. We've got four good line- hackers and .a good secondary. And Keith Judy was rushing the passer all day at Minnesota," Q -- How about your ownl offense? Rhiddlehoover -- "Saturday they looked pretty good (60-0 over Tulsa). The thing this year is there is a lot of depth at all the backfield positions. Last year when Dickey Morton got hurt, they'd have to call time out till he was okay." Utley--"It will be a lot more effective before the season is over. It's pretty complicated, but they'll get it going soon. Ronnie Littleton made o:~.e long run Saturday that looked like' the way he used to run before he had all that knee surgery. Terry Champagne and Johnny ' McWilliarns are fine guards. And Mike LnUrell is unbelievable. I've never seen anybody throw him hack -- he hits them instead o f . them hilling him.' He's just a strong person," Q-- What's your reaction to all the upsets so early in t h e season and the way t h e SWC LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) -delighted Dave Eichelberger considered the two big breaks vantage over a trio of veter- , Geiberger, Charley Sifford and ans-- Art Wall, 50, Boh Ros- ; Joe 'Inmati with 68s, and J.C. burg, 47, and Chi Chi Rodri- Sliced with a 71. guez, 39-- and were five shols - i f KUC*., ifj--niiu « I - I G n that helped him .to a share of. a head of Johnny Mille: Ihe second rouiid $135,000 Sahara Golf Tournament. "You've got lo lead in- the Invitational be lucky lo into Tom Weiskopf failed to make the cut for the final two rounds, this He had a 71-14G, two strokes too will put a lot of pressure i teams have played? :, Mike Luttrell is one of Khiddlelinovcr J "It's prelly any fiood for us. Everybody is getting upset and we have a chance to have a high national ranking by the end of the season. It seems like the Southwest Conference is stronger this year. Or maybe it's that everybody in the whole nation is gel- ting more even, maybe they're all getting near the same level, they "hit"you quick^'before' you i You don't see Soulhern Cal and can get set. Arizona State (37-7 ~ *~" "" '"' over TCU) was big and quick.. They cross blocked antf-tfappe'tl Dispute Settled NEW YORK - National Bas- Association Com mis- a few other teams running over everybody." Utlcy--"I don't know. There are going to be some sleepers. After Baylor (beating Oklahoma State) and Rice (trying LSU) last week. I don't know, 1 didn't think Tech could stay- ketball sioner Walter Kennedy ruled in wilh Texas. AM'is the most that Clyde Lee, veteran Golden physical learn I've ever played, off his eighth high. Jack Nicklaus. Lee Tre- Sta ' e Warriors' forward, be- Texas could come back like ,irl lir. vinn Kurv Flavor ArnnM ""!??. lo " IB Miller, who came event fresh triumph of the year, said he vino, Gary Player, Arnold ,,, Atlanta , played well over the first 10 Palmer and U.S. Open champ . . . . . . win," he said. "Those are the holes, "then I started throwing; Hale Irwin are not competing. kind of things that happen to I away shots like they were a j Eichelberger had birdied you when you're playing good." ' dime a dozen." The lucky breaks on the last He missed three times from two holes helped Eichelberger, five feet or less and had two in a deep slump since his sec- bogeys in his string of diffi- o end Vernon Meek 16 yards or the touchdown. Donnel' missed the extra point this time caving the score 13-0 with 2:50 eft in the first period. Another blocked punt payee h e w a y f o r Gravette's third ouchdown, as nose guard Leser Saunders picked this one up ,nd rambled to the Lincoln one- ,'ard line. Hatfield snuck it in rom there for the touchdown, nd Bruce Bailey passed to Eddie Scantlin for the two-poinler o pul Gravette on top 21-0 late n the first quarter. Barker capped another short Gravette drive, from the Lincoln 30, scampering in from 23 ards out for the touchdown. Donnell tacked on the PAT to make it 28-0 Gravette at the ialf. The Lions put together their ongest sustained drive of the _ame in the third quarter, starting from their own six and narching 94 yards in eight ilays for the score. Fullback iruce Wilbanks took it in from 13 yards out and Donnell again looted the extra point lo push bulge to 35-0. Gravelte's next score was a safety, as Danny Bowling tack ed Lincoln's Danny Butler in he end zone to make it 37-0. Reserve quarterback Bruce Bailey passed six yards to end Mark Plummer for the next ,ion six-pointer, and Donnel followed it w i t h the PAT for a 44-0 score. Still in the third quarter, the j. Lions blocked another Lincoln punl. this time on the Lincoln 20. Bailey passed to Piummer on the first play from Ihcre for Ihe touchdown and Donnel 1 made it 51-0. Gravette put together another brief drive after taking over on the Lincoln 44, with Don Donne capping it on a two - yard run for a 57-0 score. This lime the extra point was no 'good. The Lions picked up their fi nal touchdown on a 50-yart scamper by Wilbanks. The PAT accounted for the final 64-0 mar gin. Graveile had 14 firsl down? lo nine for Lincoln, along wilh 247 yards rushing and 88 passing to 68 and 65 for the Wolves Wilbanks had 113 yards on nine carries to lead all rushers. The Lions are now 4-0 on the season, including 2-0 in 1-A con fcrence pla . Lincoln is 1- overall and 1-3 in league action Gravetle plays Prairie Grovi on the road next week whlli Lincoln has a non-confcrenci dale with Farminglon at home. par-five holes, two wilh sh ond-place finish here a year cullies. ago, to a three-undcr-par 68 Rosburg had a 65 in the and a tie for the top with fellow, brilliant desert vyealhcr--just a 30 f Texan Charles Coody. j hint of a breeze and/Tempera-i it to Goody, whose last victory in j lures in the 90s--Rodriguez had back of the cup, this country was his 1971 Mas-! a 68 and Wall's 67 included an and came to rest; three very short putts and the oilier after missing a 10-foot eagle try, before he got the breaks that kept him in it. He had a long pull, perhaps "eel. on his 17th hole, and hit loo hard. But the ball hit the bounced up a foot away. ters triumpn, tiirdied tnree ot lis last four holes for a solid 66 ! and a 135 lolal, seven-under-par on Ihe 6,800-yafd Sahara-Nevada Country Club course. They owned a one-stroke ad- Bentonville Cais Wade Past Eagles By 19-7 Margin HUNTSVILLE -- The Bentonville Tigers claimed a 19-7 1-AA conference victory from spunky iuntsville here Friday evening, evening. The E a g l e s played well against a considerably im- roved Bentonville. but a couple if long plays spelled disaster. "We played a pretty g o o d game," said head Huntsville coach Tom Tice. "They jusl broke a long run and completed a big third down pass on us. Olherwise .we played right wilh hem." Bentonville got their first score f|nm big fullback Scott Bailey who broke 80 yards for a touchdown in the first period The Tigers Ihen recovered a Hunlsville fumble at the 25 and used Allan Dean to score a few plays later. Huntsville got on the board in the second half when Jim Coger capped a 60 yard drive wilh a one yard plunge for the Eagles' only points of the contest. The visiting Tigers then iccc the victory when Marty Casey hit Dean for 35 yards and a touchdown on a third down a 20 situation in the third period. Hunlsville won Ihe first down war 12-10 but Bentonville won the tolal offense contest 325 to 210. Jim Coger led the Eagles with 75 rushing yards and fi5 passing. Scott Bailey checked in with nearly 180 yards rushing. Next week Ihe Eagles take on Charleston. Mexico Holds Lead QUEBEC -- Mexico took a 2 0 lead in the North American zone competition for the 1975 Davis Cup against Canada as Raul Ramirez beat Don McCormick 6-0, 6-2, 6-4. eagle two on the uth hole, i They were one slroke out of Ihe lead at 136. A group of six followed at 138. They included Lou Graham and Tom Watson, each at 66, AI iinuiiiniiiiiiiHiiiiniiiniiiiiinniiiiinininiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiNiinnii Sports i liiBi! 1! WIHJOIIil! feEESEiEH! i] SB iSffiilii ] ' Perfect Game DEERPIELD, 111. - Judy Soutar of Kansas City rolled .he fifth perfect game of 300 in he history of the women's bowling lour lo move into second place, 44 pins behind Belty Morris of Stockton, Calif., in the $75,000 Women's Bowling Open Tournament. Four-Under-Par SACRAMENTO -- A m y Alcott, an 18-year-old amateur from Los Angeles, shot a four- under-par 69 to lake a one- stroke first-round lead in the $35,000 Ladies Professional Golf Association Classic. Fayetteville (CONTINUED. FROM PAGE 6) Fayetteville defensive coordinator Carl Fox, "both (cams were out of timeouts and they were in Iheir Iwo-minule offense. We just couldn't get our defensive signals called." Said Crovella, 'We made more mistakes in the first half than in our first four games of the year. But Fayclleville played very well. All their players looked good lo me." Davis commended Licrlcy's replacement, offensive tackle Joey Rodman and defensive (ackle Read Hudson. Fox praised Harrison, a 220 pound junior nose guad, and Jim Ellioll, a 205 - pound sophomore tackle. The Bulldogs will resume play in the suddenly lively AA- A-VVesl conference race next Friday at Conway. un ine next note, ins approach shot hit a stake holding ,ip a gallery rope and bounced back about pin high instead ot going over the green and down a bank. i ii! :i!':ii ill in ill jnini' 11:11:111, in BIB .!!ii!:ii!::ii:v l n Brief '::EifSf!?mmssEiK:ssm^iiT3Sj Williams Inks Pact ST. LOUIS fAP) -- V cteran guard Milt Williams has signed with the Spirits of St. Louis, Ihe American Basketball Association team announced Friday. The 6-faot-Z Williams played parts of three seasons wilh the New York Knicks, Atlanta Hawks and Seattle SuperSonics in the National Basketball Association. Evert Wins Easily HOUSTON - Top-seeded Chris Evert defeated Wendy Overton 6-2, 6-1 and Pam Tee- guarden beat Kale Latham 6-1, 3-6, 7-6 to advance to Ihe semifinals of a $50,000 women's pro lennis tournament. Women Harriers Make UA Debut The University of Arkansas women's cross country team participated in its first meet ever Thursday at the Horton Smith Golf Course in Springfield, Mo.' School of the Ozarks won the meet wilh 27 points, followed by Soulhwcsl Missouri Stale with 28. Arkansas tied the SMS junior varsity for third wilh 10' points. The School of the Ozarks junior varsity was fifth with 105. Individual honors went to Carol Cook of SMS who coverec the 2 V ' - m i l e course in 14:03 Competitors for the .UofA were Pat Keck, LuAnn Hale, Debbie Coogan. Ginger Harris, Susie Robinson, Arginelle Franklin and Terry Brown, October--National Restaurant Month Tim's Pizza with Schlitz Town Country Restaurant Open 24 Hrs.--7 Days Wk. Hwy. 71 S. (Old Pancake House] 521-86B6 RI.2 Johnson RJ. Foyellevllla, Atk, B£,B BAR-B-QUE (3 Blocks South of Ozark Theater on 71 By Pass) Dining Rooms, Carry-Out, Sandwiches We Caler Large and Small Groups, Too! 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