Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 9, 1974 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 9, 1974
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Broyles Says Six Porkers Are Doubtful T h e Arkansas Razortmcks limped ' through a two-hour practice Tuesday, and Coach Frank Broyles said six players are doubtful for Saturday's Southwest Conference game with Baylor. "We have been lueky up to now," Broyles said, "but we sustained a lot of injuries at once," The six on the injury list are Scott Dull, Brison Manor, I.eolis Harris, Richard Lit Fargue, Brad Thomas and Reg gie Craig. Manor is out with a twislec knee. He practice Tuesday, bu not at full speed. Harris am LaFargue saw limited practice Sooners Picked Cy 14 Over Texas, Hogs Favored By 73 Over Baylor time Tuesday problems. due to ankle Bull is a doubtful player for Saturday's game because of an injured toe and knee. Thomas is at half-speed because of bruises. Craig is out for the second consecutive week because of severe leg bruises suffered during the Oklahoma Stale University game. Broyles said the practices this week would not be light. "We have got to keep work ing at full speed regardlcsr" of the injuries, he said. "We are already a day behind this week because of the junior varsity game on Monday. The first team was not able to be filmed yesterday (Monday) since the JV tcain was not at practice to simulate the Baylor formations There is a lot to do before Sat urday in order to get ready." Broylcs said Baylor has A great, offense. "They show you a lot of misdirection with the slot-T and Houston veer formations," he said. NEW YORK (AP) -- The War ot the Wishbones won't be bought until Saturday in Dallas, ant tlie war of words is already under way between Coaches Darrcll Royal o'f Texas and Barry Swllzcr of Oklahoma. "OU should be a heavy favor ilc," said Royal. "Our inability to stop people on third-and-long drives me up a tree, but I doubt if they will be in many lliird-and-long situations." How about that, Coach Switzer? "Our offense is not going to he able to run against the wine at eight yards a snap. It'll be our execution against their execution." Look for Oklahoma to move the ball. Look for Texas to move the ball. And look for Oklahoma to win 35-21. Last week's record was 41 right, 18 wrong and two ties foi .695 percentage. Oklahoma's 630 rout of Wake Forest was called on the nose while two o the three Upset Specials -Kansas over Texas AM ant Duke over Purdue -- also came through. The season's count is Since all t h r e e Upset ipocials came through the pre- r ious Saturday, we won't keep ·on in suspense any longer. The Upset Special of the Week s Vandcrbilt 24, Florida 21. Second Upset Special: Geor- Browns Waive Ben Hawkins CLEVELAND (AP) -, The Cleveland Browns moved to annul their wide receiver corps Tuesday by signing Tim George, who was released by the Cincinnati Bengals a few weeks ago, the club announced. In order to make room for the 6-foot-5. 210-pound receiver, the Browns' waived nine-year veteran Ben Hawkins, who was obtained a month ago in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles. George, who is in his second year in the National' Football League, started two games, for the Bengals last season ·· anc caught only two passes. He was drafted in the third round of the 1973 draft by the Bengals out of Carson-Newman Colege ia Tech 21, North Carolina 20. ,'ar Heels have been up for Maryland and Pitt and are coking ahead a week to N.C. Stale. Ohio State 28, Wisconsin 17: 'his might be the Buckeyes' oughest test before Michigan. Wisconsin's coming off a shock- ng 59-20 rout of defensive- minded Missouri. . Michigan 31, Michigan Slate Michigan heads for Madison, Wis., next Saturday and for paydirt this weekend. Nebraska 24, Missouri 10: Cornhuskers avenge last year's 13-12 setback. Notre Dame 38, Rice 0: Ara Parseghian doesn't like Rice Coach Al Conover. That's bad , . for Conover and Rice. Southern California 21, Washington State 7: Doesn't figure to be anything like last year's 40-35 brouhaha. Texas AM 20, Texas Tech 14: But could easily go the other way. Auburn 17, Kentucky 3-. This is the Year of the Tiger . . . on defense. Arkansas 28, Baylor 15; now that Texas has lost a con- 'ercnce game. Kansas 28, Kansas State 14: Jayhawks play tough defense. Miami, Ohio 21, Ohio U. 7: Redskins .believe in the Post Office mottp pletion of rounds and all that. about swift com- their appointee erybody wants that SWC crown Playoff Schedule AMERICAN LEAGUT i Tuesday's Results Oakland 1, Baltimore 0 Wednesday's Game - Oakland (Hunter 04) at Baltimore (Cuellar 1-0) Thursday's Game Oakland at Baltimore, if necessary NATIONAL LEAGUE Tuesday's Result Pittsburgh 7, Los Angeles 0 · Wednesday's Game Pittsburgh (Reuss 0-1) at Los Angeles (Button 1-0) Thursday's Game Pittsburgh at Los Angeles, ii necessary Benefit Dinner Plans Develop At Night Meet The Northwest Arkansas Chapter of Ducks Unlimited to have another planning session tonight in preparation for next Wednesday's beneli banquet set for the Elks Clu' at Zion Road and Highway 7 in Fayetteville. The residence of Dr. Glermoi Hqrner--2957 Whippoorwill Lan -is to be the site of the plan ning session. Tickets for nex Wednesday night's event ma: be purchased tonight, or om may simply drop in to learr more about the objectives an methods of DU. $20 of the $2 price of the banquet is to 'g for preservation of aCnadiai wetlands and thus to insure tli survival of several species c waterfowl. For further information o banquet tickets, please call 521 3832. Youngsters are to be give a special reduced rate for th DU banquet. DU officers poin out that reservations for th banquet need to be in by th: Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Oct. 9, 1974 FAYETTCVILLI, ARKANSAS Tcike a good friend to lunch. Theyefe no mend like a good · *-* -g m mend. CHARTER · The smoothes! Kentucky Bourbon you'll ever know. S1UIGHI imm WHISKIY · 86 PKOOF · © 1974 010 MflEI DtST. CO, lOUISWlf. «l. Stargell Homers Pittsburgh's Willie Stargell (left) is welcomed. home on his first-inning home run against Los Angeles in Tues- day's National League playoff game. 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