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October 10, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Dave Woodman Steps In Ramay At Home Against Bentonville, Woodland On Road Versus Huntsville By BILL KENISAN 01 The TIMES'Sports; Staif The Ratnay Indians get a chance to bask in the mercury vapor light of Harmon Field f o r . t h e first time in two weeks as they take on spunky Bentonville in a 7:30 contest. The Woodland Cowboys, however, will travel out of town, looking for their first victory of the year, to play Huntsville. It's sort of a reunion week for the TrRie. Head coach Gerald Daily will have the services oi tai|back Curtis Mahone for the first time in a couple of weeks. And Gregg Hall and Billy Smith will return to active duty. The Indians will use Mahone at tailback and will switch Bobby Fills over to -wingback. "Bobby did an excellent job for us with Curtis out," said Daily. "We decided that -if we played Bobby at wingback we could add , several, options to our r u n n i n g . attack. With the both of them in there we can always rest one of them." T h a t puts Darrin Johnson, normally the starting wingback, out of the lineup but not out of mind. "Wo think Darrin is an excellent athlete. What we're really impressed with : is the fact that you can play him just a'bout anywhere. He's been getting a little nervous starting though so we thought we'd-keep h i m - o u t at the first and see if that helps. He'll play quite a bit though," said Daily. Benlonville doesn't have the shiny record but Daily sees a potentially. good team there anyway. "They've had their problems. Seven of their key players just moved away this Texarkana Favored To Keep Record Intact; Wampus Cats Picked Over Fayetleville By HARRY KING LITTLE ROCK CAP) - Texarkana's record against Arkansas teams faces a severe test Friday night. Texarkana has not lost to an Arkansas team since Robert E. "Swede" Lee arrived as head coach last year. The .Razorbacks rolled to a 13-0 record and the state championship in 1973. Texarkana opened the 1974 season with a 14-0 loss to Texas High, but has since won four straight. The Razorbacks, ranked No. 5 this week, . take on Hot Springs No. 10, Friday night at Texarkana. The winner will .earn the fa- . vorile's role in AAA-Central. Texarkana is 2-0 in league play and Hot Springs, winner of three straight league titles until last year, is 1-1 in the conference. Hot Springs has lost two straight--a rarity since Bobby Hannon took over as the Trojans' head coach. The streak · may reach three. T E X A R K A N A 14, HOT SPRINGS 13. West Memphis and Little Rock Central will decide the No. 2 ranking in the state Friday night at West Memphis. West Memphis of AAA is No. 2 Central of AAAA is No. 3 and only eight points separated the two teams in the balloting. Neither has lost this year. West Memphis managed lo tie Jonesboro 10-10 and Centra' was held to a 0-0 tie by Forrest City. Central has scored three narrow victories and this may be the week the string runs out. WEST MEMPHIS 10, LR 1ENTRAL 7. Hamburg has a chance to -ighten its grip on the Region YA race Friday, night against ~ ar City. Hamburg is unbeaten in eague play. Star City is one of hree teams with one league HAMBURG 21, STAR CITY 15. Last week's record was 32-15, setting the season record at 167-73, a .696 percentage. Here are other prediclioss involving AAAA, AAA and AA teams. LR Catholic 14, FS Northsidc- 13; Pine Bluff 14, El Dorado 7; LR Parkview 14, LR Hall 9; NLK Ole Main 16, NLR Norih- east 14; Benton 20, LR McClellan 14; Jonesboro 7 Jacksonville 6; Sylvan Hills 20, LR. Mills 13; Conway 13, Fayetteville 7; Blytheville 17, FS Southside 14; Rogers 14, Bentonville 6; Russellville 20, Mor rilton 13; Springdale 19, Siloam Springs 7; Forrest City 12, Ma rianna 6; Harrison 19, Ber ryville 7, and Paragpuld 21 Mountain Home 7. Huntsville 13, Charleston 7 Paris 20, Alma 7; Mena 13 Waldron 7; Greenwood 20, Dar danelle 13; Van Buren 20, Su biaco 6; Searcy 13, Batesville 7; Gosnell 13, Manila 6; Tru mann 20, Newport 14; Osceola 19. Marion 13; Rivercrest 20 Pocahontas 13; Nettleton 7 Greene County Tech 6; DeWit 13, Brinkley 7; Turrell 13 Hughes 7; Holly Grove 20 Marvell 14;. Wynne 20, Stultgar 14; Earle · 13, Dollarway 7 Lake Hamilton 14, Oak Grovi 8, and Watson Chapel 13, Cla re n don 7. Despite Layoff Billie Jean Breezes In Opening Match PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP)' -- De- »pite a two-week layoff, Billie Jean King says she is well satisfied with her play in the $50,000 Phoenix Women's Professional Tennis Tournament. Mrs. King, the defending champion and seeded first in the competition, easily overpowered Kristy Pigeon, 6-0, 6-3, Wednesday in second round action. Mrs. Kisg, in the first set, posted three love games am repeatedly' kept her opponen on the run with powerful place ments. With doubles competition be ginning today, Mrs. King will b idle. She faces Tory Pretz o Los Angeles Friday in the sem ifinals. Miss Fretz defeated Bettyan Stuart, of Los-Angeles, 4-6, 7-5 6-4 Wednesday in a match, tha took more than Vk hours. all. Then too they've lost veral close games. They have ood size and ability. It they an overcome some of their nistakes they could play us a ery tough contest," said Daily The Indians don't plan much ifferent for the Tigers. Darter ill get a chance to throw, the ption may appear and the lahone, Fills, Darter Irio hould dominate the ground VOODLAND VS HUNTSVILLE The Woodland Cowboys have good foolball team hut they ave yel to win a game Ihis ear. This week Dickie Harris rew will be making a concen rated effort to cut down on f r e n s 1 v c mistakes while epending on a good defense o win the first one. Huntsville is no pushover. ·ast week the junior high lagles butchered Benlonville 3*0. "We got a film of their rst game wilh Ramay and a ouple of g a m e s since Ihen. hey've improved a good hi "nee the first of the year and ie Benfonville score proves :," said Harris. But it's Ihese offensive mis akes that seem to he keeping iVoodland from winning. L a s reek a misplayed option pitch ilmost surely kept the Cowboys ut of the endzone and from /inning the contest. *'We'v .pent all week trying to im .rove the play of our backs Actually we have been gelling ir'clly good 'blocking from ou ine but our backs aren't taking .dvantage of the openings a, veil as they might." W o o d l a n d plans includi tarting Joe West at tailback vith a hard running Gre Monlez close by -in reserve ^ullback Mike Hudspeth shoulc un more providing mon alance to the Cowboy attack Quarterback Bret Parker maj huck the ball a bit more than isual if the opportunities pre ;ent themselves. STARTING LINEUPS RAMAY OFFENSE SE--Ty Hoskiins SE Ty Hoskins T--Wendell Harris G--Melton Newman C--Mike Dillard G--David El am T--Doug Baird T--Doug Baird TE--Eddie Nichols QB--Todd Darter FB--Jackie Eiland WB-Bobby Fills TB--Curtis Mahone DEFENSE DE^-Bobby Wall is DT--Doug Baird NM--Billy Smith DT--David Elam DE--Jackie Eiland . LB Bobby Marlin LB--Brett Garton MM Gregg Hall LHB-Eddie Sugg RHB--Mark Lichtner S--Todd Darter WOODLAND OFFENSE SE--Terry Salsburry RT--Rice Brewer RG-Billy Hodnetl C--Mike Jones LG--Brad Cole LT--Billy Murray TE--Malcom McPhearson QB--Brett Parker TB--Joe West FB--Mike Hudspeth WB--Jim Herrington DEFENSE DE--Rice Bre\ver DT-Jim Powell NM-Joe West DT--Malcom McPhearson DE--Jim Herrington LB--Billy Murray LB--Bill Sweetzer MM--Brad Cole KB--Max Thomas KB--Jay Trumbo S--Terry Salsburry Bill Johnson will do the play, r -play on the Razorback foot- all network for the remainder the. 1974 season, .and Dave will assume the at Arkansas. Johnson is a 35-year-old na- live of Conway, and has been oodman ities or color announcer, thlellc Director Frank Broyles nnouriccd today. Woodman will become the qice of the Razorbacks after ie current football campaign, e r v i n g as play-by-play roadcaster in football and asketball, and as host of everal radio and television lows associated with the Uni- ersity. Woodman will replace ud Campbell, who died in an utomobile accidenl October 3. "We feel we have an ex- ellenl man in Dave Woodman, ho' will add to the prestige f our athletic program," said toyles. "He is an established ersonality state-wide in radio nd television, and his ability nd accomplishments have arned him this position. "Bill Johnson has done a fine ob as the color announcer on ur network the p a s t three easons, and he deserves the banco lo handle Ihe play-by- lay announcing while' Dave reaks in as a parl of our fine roadcasl team. . "We are extremely proud of ur network in the nalional epulalion it has developed, lanks lo the . work 'of Bud Campbell, the members of his roadcast crew, and the tations on Ihe nelwork. "We are delighled that the roadcast team will remain in- act after losing Bud, and that ur fans will be treated to Ihe esl possible coverage of the L a z o r b a c k s through Dave Voodman.-Bill Johnson, and the ther members of the out- tanding broadcast crew. VERY FLATTERING "It is also very flattering to lole the nation-wide interest in tie position. I have heard from nleresled parlies from all parts f Ihe nation- several with rationally prominent names-- ind the phone has been ringing onstantly for a solid week. "That is a good sign o! the lopularily of our program, and or Ihe high degree of success achieved by Ihe Razorback cblball and basketball networks." Woodman is a 39-year-old naive of Huston, La., and is a 7-year veleran of'broadcasting. Ie began his career at WSFA- TV in Montgomery, Ala., in 1956 and was at KNOE--TV in Monroe La., from 1957 to 1966. Woodman moved to KTVE-- ?V in El Dorado, Ark., in 196970, and was sporls director of CARK--TV in Lillle Rock from March, 1970 until he accepted i similar position with KATV his week. Woodman has also handled daily sports broadcasts on the Arkansas Radio .Network, · and s in his fourth season as host of the Coaches' Corner Show on that network. He has had considerable background as a play-by-play a n n o u n c e r f o r Northcasl Louisiana Universily, for high school games in Louisiana and Arkansas, and for Ihe past three Red-White spring games , n broadcaster for 14 years. He 15 done play-by-play for more than 500 basketball games and more than 175 foolball games. Johnson joined the Razorback Football Network broadeasl team as color announcer in 1971 October--National Restaurant Month Tim's Pizza ith Schlitz Town Country Restaurant Open 24 Hrs.--7 Days Wk. Hwy. 71«. (Old P«ncik« Houw) 521-8686 U, 2 J ohiuon Rd. FoyeHeyil!«, Aik. SCA Gets Forfeit ABILENE, Tex. (AP) _ An unnamed transfer student who didn't have enough credits during the previous school year to qualify /or the football team lias forced Abilene Christian College to forfeit its opening- game victory this season over State College of Arkansas. ACC President Dr. John C. Stevens announced Wednesday his school's 27-10 victory at Little Rock Sept. 7 will be forfeited because the ineligible player was used for five plays. Vilas, Borg Win MADRID -- Top-seeded Guillermo Vilas of Argentina beat Patrick Poisy of France 6-3, 6-3 and second-seeded Bjorn Borg of Sweden ousted Poland's Voy- lek Fibak fr3, 7-5 in the third round of the $75,000 Melia Tennis Tournament. Beaver Level Beaver Lake level stood today at 1118.40 feet above sea level, down .04 from Wednesday. Engineers reported that one generator was being used. GRAB A FISTFUL OF OLD-EE FASHIONED BOURBON FLAVOR. Olde Bourbon. There's 137. years of bourbon-making in every bottle of Dant Olde. It takes that kind of know-how to make good honest bourbon at a good honest price. HERITAGE WHISKIES SINCE 1836. " . . . 86 W SitaijM Stnxlcn WhiiVry ©J.W. DiniOiuillutCo. · .. NswYoil, N,V. BB BAR-B-QUE (3 Blocks Sonth of Ozark Theater on 71 By Pass) Dining Rooms, Carry-Out, Sandwiches We Cater Large and Small Groups, Too! Ph. 442-9674 11.9 Weekdays, 11-10 p.m. Fri-Sat.-Sun.--Closed Tues. Closed Mon. at 3 p.m. Venesian Inn Hwy. 68 West -- Tontitown Open 4-9 (Closed Sunday) KankAratricaM -- Muster Charge CHICKEN HOUSE Serving The World's Finest Fried Chicken Hwy. 71 N. Sprtngdale 1! Marty Marys COACHMAN RESTAURANT 1212 N. College Colonial Village Meet your friends at the COACHMAN RESTAURANT TUBS., thru Sat., 5 p.m. til 10 p.m. Sunday, II a.m. til 3 p.m. 1 CHINESE . . . STEAKS SHRIMPS Open 5-:30 P.JI. 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