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Hogs, Horns Tight For Survival' NerthwMt Arltanta* TIMES, Monday, CM. 14, 1974 rAYKTTKVILLE, ARKANSAS New Faces Head SWC Chase By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dream again of 1924 "Bear Backers" and circle Oct. 2G oh your calendar. Baylor Coach Grant Tcaff's gritty little crew put a 21-17 Shock on heavily fevered Arkansas Saturday and suddenly the Southwest Conference football race was like it used to be before Texas captured the [lag 'six consecutive years. ' : Baylor, Texas AM and "Southern Methodist are tied for the top slot with 1-0 records. Texas AM joined the lop of the ladder in a most impressive 'fashion with a nationally televised 28-7 rout of Texas Tech ·which had flayed Texas the week before. In Fort Worth, SMU mangled Texas Christian 33-13. · And don't count out Coach Darrell Royal's Longhorns--not after the way they gave Ok la- loma all it could handle before 'he second-ranked Sooners survived 16-13 on a late, late field goal. Meanwhile at South " Bend, Ind., pesky Rice gave Notre Dame fits before falling 10-3. SWC historians always point out it has been since 1924 that Baylor has claimed the league crown. The Bears beat Arkansas Saturday for the first time since 1966 and will get a week of rest before hosting the powerful Texas Aggies in Waco n what should be quite a showdown. AIM hosts TCU Saturday, Arkansas is at Texas in a nationally televised game' which has turned into a battle of survival, and Rice is at SMU in Saturday's SWC fare. "This is the biggest win of my career," bubbled Teaff in the lockerroom after stumpy Steve Beaird scored from the one in the final minute to defeat Arkansas. Baylor carved out 335 .yards from the tough Arkansas defense and Beaird said "We ha} the, best team, I guarantee you that." Bear quarterback Neal Jeffrey guided Baylbr to the winning touchdown despite a bro- sen nose suffered in the first quarter. Sub Mark Jackson took the Bears to two touchdowns earlier. . .' : "I've got two real winners at quarterback," Teaff said. "I hadn't planned on playing Mark, but when Neal went out with that hit on the nose, he had to play and did a superb job. Then Neal came back to direct the winning touchdown." Ashen-faced Arkansas Coach Frank Broyles said "It is one of the toughest defeat; that I've ever suffered." Teaff, hugging the game ball, said "You have to crawl before /on can walk. Now, we're walk- ng." There were shouts of "Cotton Bowl. ..Cotton Bowl" from the AM players after the thumping ,of Tech. .... ".'. Aggie Coach Emory Bellard said "When everything goes right, we can play defense as good as anybody in the country." Tech Coach Jim Carlen added "AM was physical...very. very, physical. " And it looks like, folks, that's the way things are going to be the rest of the season in whai has become a wild, wild SWC chase. But Parkview Still Ranked 1st Texarkana Jumps In Rankings · LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Rob- ·ert E. "Swede" Lee believes '·the forms that include the ·height, weight, etc., of prospective football players are omitting an important item. He says there should be. a .'column headed, "Heart Size." ; "It's been my experience that players come in all dimen- · Isions," he said. "If there was "some way you could weigli 'their hearts, you would know "more about them. as ballplayers." ' Lee talks from experience. Texarkana fullback Kirk Miller is 5-foot-7 and weighs 149 "pounds. Right halfback George Free is 5-foot-6 and weighs 150 pounds. · "I know what size motor is running inside those 'guys," Lee said. Miller and Free are the Ra- zprbacks' top two rushers. Milier scored the only touchdown in Texarkana's 10-10 victory over Hot Springs Friday night. Because of their victory, the Razorbacks moved from fifth to fourth in The Associated Prsss high school football poll. Little Rock Parkview -continues to lead the rankings. The Patriots received 16 -of the 18 first-place votes cast by a panel of snortswriters arid sportsc asters. . , . · Little Rock,Central is second with North Little Rock North-! east third. Pine Bluff is fifth, followed by Benton, West Memphis, Lakeside, Fort Smith Southside and Blytheville. . , . Parkview kept its record perfect with a 14-13 victory over Little Rock Hall. Central moved up a notch after crushing West Memphis, ranked No. 2 last week. 34-6. Northeast advanced a notch after downing North Little Rock Ole Main 9-7, the Chargers' first victory over the Wildcats since the series began five years ago. Pine Bluff upped its record to 4-2 with a 42:6 victory over El Dorado and climbed two spots.' Benton, which has won five .Warming Up For Lamar ASU Scoring Binge Rips Illinois State JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) -- longest scoring drive against 11_Arkansas State University 'goes 'against Lamar University here rSaturday in an important · Southland Conference game for .'both teams. ASU, which upped its season record to 2-1 with a 38-0 victory over Illinois State Saturday, is "0-1 in league play. The game "Saturday will be the conference "opener for Lamar, which beat "Drake, North Texas State and Southwestern Louisiana before Josing to Miss State Saturday ,;37-2l. n - ASU drove. 57 yards f.or a (.touchdown on its first possession and that was the Indians' National Title ". MADISON, Ind. CAP) -- -·George Henley drove Pay 'N ·.··Pak to a course record 114.796 -miles an hour and won the 27th · running of the Madison Regatta for unlimited hydroplanes Sunday en route to clinching the ' national title. ".' It was the seventh victory in '!10 starts this year and the sec- "ond consecutive national cham- ' ''pionship for Pay 'N Pak, out of ^Seattle. '.' Henley also equalled his own ^record around the Z'A-mile Ohio 'River course in the champion ship heat as he passed Dean Chenoweth in Miss Budweiser who finished second. Nastase Pulls Upset MADRID -- Fourth - seeded Ilie Nastase of Romania upse Bjorn Borg, the No. 2 see from Sweden, in five sets, 65-7, 6-2, 4-6 and 6-4, to win th men's singles title in the Meli International Open Tenni Tournament. :,, Racing Victory 1 MONTEREY. Calif. -- Bria -2 Redman of England average -'1112.41 miles per hour in h ', Lola-Chevy and won his thir · I victory of the Formula 5,00 \ championship auto racin · ! series in the Monterey · Gran 'IPrix. nois State. "I think the next longest was 2 yards," said ASU Coach Bill avidson, "Illinois State fum- led on three out of the first our snaps they took, and we ot some points out of it every me. "Out of their seven fumbles, figure at least five were aused by some good hittirtg on ur part," Davidson said. "Our efense was great, unreal. We eally swarmed them." Illinois State had a total of- eose of 203 yards, much of it a desparation passing attack. The Redbirds had minus 12 ards rushing. The Indians' defense has not Mowed a point In the last sev- n quarters. Three ASU tailbacks -- Willie Harris, Lyle Lattimore and -arry Lawrence -- were hurt md did not play Saturday, 'ullback Stan Winfrey started it tailback and quarterback iteve Burks played some al aMback. Winfrey gained 51 ards in the first half and die ot play in the second half after being shaken up by t 'kick in the head." Burks net ed 89.yards. ' "We were able to play a lol of our younger people and look GiiiiiitniiiitiiiffiiiiiiiiiiiMniffltiioiiiiMiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiH Southwest Conference Standings THE ASSOCIATED FRE98 conference AU Games W L I Pet. W L T PC Teias AM 1 0 : . 01.000 4 1 0 avu i o "01.000 - i i o Baylor 1 0 0 1.000 3 1 0 .to, Texas Tec* 1 1 0 .500 S 1 1 .70 Arkansas 1 1 0 .500 3 2 0 .60 Texas « 1 0 .000 3 a 0 .60 Rlct 0 0 0 .000 0 3 1 . TCU D 1 0 .000 1 4 0 .20 ^'Houston 0 0 0 .000 3 3 0 Jo r-Not competlni for SWC title. LAST WEEK'S RESULTS: Bajlor 2 Ariaiual 17; SMU 33. TCU 13; OUahom 16, Texas 13; Not« Dame 1, Rice Texas AM 28, Texas Tecli 7. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE: Arfcansa nl Texas, naUonal television, 12 noon World Series still In progress. TCU Texas AM 1:30 p.m.; Arizona at Tei Tccti 7:30 p.m.; Rica at SMU 7:30 p.m Villanova at Houston 7;30 p.m. them under game conditions r the first time," Davidson aid. "That's got to help u« on own the road." Anthony Extends PBA Margin NEWARK, Ohio (AP) -- Ear] .nthony of Tacoma, Wash. mn five of eight match games unday night to extend his lead in the Professional Bowlers As cciation's $38,500 Regiona IhampioriS Classic. Anthony spilled 1,859 pins, in ujding a 289, With 30 bonu iins for each match-play victo y, his total for 26 games wa: ,002 going into today's final 1' iames. He was averaging 224. There are 24 finalists shoot jig for a $4,000 top prize. Teata Semiz of River Edge V.J., won four games Sunday light and remained in secon jlace with a 5,764 total. Trail ng the leaders were Larr ,aub, Santa Rosa, Calif., 5,743 Roy Buckley, Columbus, Ohio '.690, and Mark Roth, 5,688. Drag Crown ONTARIO, Calif. (AP) -- De ending champion Don Garlil of Seffner, Fla., received a pai of bye runs early and then wen on to defeat Dave Settles Houma, La., to win the Super nationals Drag Races Sunday. Gary Beck of Edmonton Alta., was eliminated in th semifinals on a seldom en 'orced drag racing -ruling fo crossing the center line of race. He nevertheless clinche the professio'nal drivers cham pionship and earned $10,000. Garlits, 42, won the top eliminator race in 6.10 second on the quarter-mile track, b managed a 5.89 during Su day's competition. raight since losing its season cner, moved up two notches. keside, the top-ranked team AA, advanced one spot after 42-7, .victory, over Camden. uthside climbed back into the ten after blasting sixth- nked Blytheville 33-7. The AA rankings remain un- anged with Paragould , and »n Buren 2-3 behind Lakeside: kiris,:,:'McGrbry ' arid Barton litinue to lead the Class A nkings, The Class B rankings e unchanged with Farm- gton, DeValls Bluff and Danlie leading the way. Texarkana won the state lampionship last year with a -0 record. The Razofbacks st their season opener to e'xas High but still are unbeat- n against Arkansas opposition nee · Lee returned ' as head sach, Texarkana currently has sev- i players going both ways. . : ' "I think it I was a kid, It ould tickle me to know that I as going to get to play 48 min- ,es instead of 25 or so," he Wade Defeats Gourlay In Phoenix Final PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) -- Virginia Wade moved inlo the final phase' of her three-week plan today with hopes of winning the tourna- Profes- Lee said the defense ayed better the past had two eeks because the players ere beginning to feel more at ome in their positions. "We started playing the sea- on with three guys at line- acker who had never played nebacker in their Ufe,". he aid. "One defensive was a de- insive tackle on the B-team ast year. The right tackle has ever been out for football and other defensive end was a hird-team cornerback last ear. "Offensively, I don't think we ve anybody you would say is n outstanding player. I think ve have a very balanced group f kid: that are playing as well s they can play." . Jim Day, a junior, has start- d the last five games at quar- erback but it was Joey Bettis, senior, who started the sec- rd half against Hot Springs riday night and took the Ha- zorbacks 83 y a r d s for their ouchdown. Lee said Texarkana had 42 naps in the second half against lot Springs compared to 15 for he Trojans. "That speaks pretty well about both sides of our line of crimmage," he said. Lee said the Razorbacks are not good enough to win without emotion. "I think we've got the kind of ootball team that had better be ready to play every' time we ee it up," he said. "There's no eason for a guy 5-foot-6 like D iee to attack a guy like Hot Springs' Dale Marlow who is about 6-foot-4 and 220. That's not top smart. But Pree can and will. Emotion plays a big part." $110,000 championship ment of the Women's sional Tennis tour in Los Angeles. · :. · Englislvborn -Miss Wade de- fea£ed Helen Gourlay of Australia 6-1, 6-2 Sunday to take home the $10.000 top prize in the Phoenix Professional Women's Tennis Tournament. Miss Wade had four love games as she dominated her less-experienced opponent. Miss Gourlay took home $5,600 of the $50,000 total prize. Miss Wade won the two sets without a double fault while Miss Gourlay had five double faults including three in one game. UP FOE FINALE Miss Wade said she reached the finals last week, only to lose to Chris Evert, and after winning Sunday, she hopes to be up for the tour finale. In a pro set, Betty Stowe of The Netherlands topped No. 1 seeded Billie Jean King. Each pocketed $2.800. In doubles. Miss Stowe and Francoise Durr shared $3,200 for defeating Mona Schallau and Pain Teeguarden 6-3. 5-7, 6-3. The losers split $1,800. The New York Mels acquired veteran first baseman Joe Torre from the St. Louis Car-' dinals in return for pitchers Ray Sadecki and Tommy i/, 4 ;-..//. I ft L Baseball Deal Moore in Ihe first key postseason trade. Torre, left, and Sadecki, fight, are veterans of ten years in the majors. Moore, 26, spent last season with the Mets' Memphis f a r m club of Ihe Texas League. (AP Wirepholo) SCA, OBU Post Victories Henderson Only Unbeaten AIC Team By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Henderson Stale is no longer the only winner in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference. Five Stroke Victory INZAI, Japan -- Gene Littler fired a two-under-par 69 Sunday and won the $300,000 Pacific Master Golf Tournament with i 279 total, five strokes ahead o runner-up Bert Yancey. State College of Arkansas and Ouachita Baptist chalked up AIC victories Saturday to move into second place behind Henderson, which is 2-0 in .league play and 5-0 for the year. Ouachita took advantage of six Harding turnovers and went on to a 10-0 victory at Arka- detphia. OBU also capitalized on three Harding fumbles and three interceptions to keep the Bison off the Scoreboard. Howard Leatherwood recovered a fumble at the Harding 2 in the second quarter and )uachita drove to the seven be- ore Russell Daniel came in to kick a 24-yard field goal with 13:20 left in the half. Cornerback Tommy Thrash ntercepted a Harding pass in the final quarter and returned it 20 yards for the only touchdown of the night. SCA used two touchdowns b tailback Nathaniel Daniel In the second quarter to help it to a 33-7 rout of University of Ar kansas-Monticello. Daniel's TDs came on a one- ard plunge and a 16-yard run. The other SCA points came in a 24-yard pass from quarter- jack Sam Coleman to Tommy lolomon; a 21-yard field goal jy Rick McCormick; and a 76- yard TD run by Borsea Brown. The only UAM touchdown vas scored on a pass from Robbie Jones to Paul Shankles Ouachita and SCA now are 1- in league play. Henderson quarterback Terry Blaylock sneaked one yard for L touchdown and passed for an- itlier to lead the Rcddies to a 15-0 victory over Lane (Tenn.) College. It was Henderson's ourth shutout. Henderson held Lane to 56 ,'ards total offense while the led dies rolled up more than 350 yards. Fullback Larry Ray accounted for a pair of touchdowns on one-yard plunges in the second and fourth quarters. Lewis Pryor, who returnee an interception for 95 yards anc a touchdown one week ago, ran 84 yards with a punt Saturday the third period. Blaylock's TD came early in the game, capping a 42-yard rive and starting the Henderon landslide. He .passed 31 ards to Larry Thompson in he end zone in the third quar- er. In the only other AIC game, /lissouri Southern scored twica n the third quarter at Russelle to defeat Arkansas' Tech, 7-14. It was the first time the ions had beaten the Wonder Soys since the series began in 968. Lion quarterback Skip Hall capped an 85-yard drive in the iecond quarter with a one-yard ;neak to break a 0-0 deadlock. Tech tied the game as Tom lesler returned a punt 70 yards vith 2:57 left in the half. Tailback Robert Davis put ,he Lions ahead to stay in the lurd quarter with a 15-yard run. Two minutes laler. Hall hit Kerry Anders with a 37-yard PD pass. TRI-IAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service New Uied Antennas Color · Black white Boosters · Towers Free Estimates 751-7927 7SI.MH ,, 7S1-C2S7 Take a good friend to lunch. Affirmative Action J want to change whot it wrong, not just criticize it! Ift tim* to fake offirmotiv* action oniJ I'm the woman for th» jobl for a change... Cathy Hale State Representative McKesson-Bexel F A L L S A L E 'A Price thru Nov. 30 have · savings program *nd Interest rate to meet your needs. Fayetteville Saving* Loan Association 101 N. 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