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14 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurt., Oct. 17, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS KHog Harriers '.'/=- » :|nter Toughie *"S3S In Springfield By BILL KENNAN Of the TIMES Sports Staff **Alicr a · highly encouraging early cross country season (3-0) tho Arkansas harriers travel to Springfield For the SMS Invitational this weekend. For the Porkers it's a good opportunity tor tune up for the ~''"" ' ' 6 meet and Pokes Test Siloam Cats; Ramay Tries Southwest Tlie Woodland Cowboys, stilli looking for their first victory of the season, return to home soil tonight to p l a y Siloam Springs. The R a m a y Indians still hoping for a shot at the conference title travel to Springdale for a contest with the Southwest Cougars. The Ramay crew bombed Siloam a couple of weeks ago, but the class AA junior high coming p an thers still present some , also a unique problems (or Woodland chance to test themselves nea( j coach Dickie Harris, against some of the toughest "They've lined up in a different ·competition in the midwest. defensive set every week iV'.0*Fhe Porkers started their fall they've played." said Harris. 2 schedule Louisiana v _meet and t "University by Tech last year and then placed fifth Pleased With Hogs 1 Passing Practice Broyles' Pre - Texas Mood Expansive SE · "That makes them pretty hard tack » to prepare f o r . We've been working on about five possibili ties all week just so we can Oklahoma State in dualjnepts. b e re ady for whatever the throw at us."The offense . cut down 01 many mistakes last week, bu the offensive line, heretofore efective, began missing locks "We didn't get the blocking we needed last week, so we spent some tinie trying .to iron out those mistakes this week," said Hauls. , . The Cowboys would have loved ' to pass last week, but the blocking broke down, and the option failed to get off the ground. Both those areas received attention and scorn to e well on the way to recovery. Harris' crew received a oig blow with the loss ot Jim Herrington, out for a couple of weeks with a rib injury. Trent Trumbo will replace him at cored on some real long plays his year that have kept them n (he game. They've had two veeks to get ready for us. I hink it will be a pretty good est for us." said Daily. A bit like Texas coacli Darryl Royal, the Indians will "dance vith what b r u n g 'cm". "We'll iust do the same old thing,' said Daily. "We've had pretty iood success with our running ame this year, and we'll try ;o work in the option and some passing. We feel like Todd Darter, Curtis Mahone, Bobby Kitts and Jackie Eiland give us a pretty good running at- H By G R A N T HALL TIMES Sports Editor the expansive mood of --BILL KENNAN THE LINEUPS WOODLAND Offense · Trent Trumbo Astro-foe now." he said. "We've been trying to gel Frank Broyles is any indicator, the'Arkansas Razoi'backs are ready (or Texas. Broyles, who usually fields reporters' questions for three or 'our minutes after practice, talked easily with the. assembled writers for 20 " minutes after Wednesday's workout. "We had another good practice," he said. "We filmed yesterday's practice, and were encouraged. by it. The players started coming afternoon, and in early we had this film steel 'ijlales put in our rubber- sole shoes ever since Russ Garber missed his senior year with an Asiro-toe, but the manufacturers just won't do it. The toe gives when the shoe bends lack! We may Have to put in jlates'ourselves^" , " ' . . ' ' CONFIDENCE UP As'BroyleS'Was talking, Freddie Douglas made one of his patented circus catches, "Freddie's confidence is really up," said Broyles. "He's made two great catches the last t w o weeks." Indiana of the N C A A ' national meet. Western Kentucky, probably the strongest :' cross country unit in { the nation, won that meet. SMS I plays host this year to Division i II. N'CAA national meet. J Probably, then, s o m e of the ; college division biggies will also J be' in the field testing out the ; turf for future reference. All { in all, as Renfrow is quick to f point out, it should be the 5 toughest test of the year for' £ Arkansas. . J -iThis year's race is over five j nilles. Last year's number one « Rfizorback performer Steve t Houk holds the. course record {-· with "a 24:13 in the 1973 race. Although Houk still holds one ' year of eligibility he's n o t ;; competing because 'of a leg '^ aperation. Randy Melacon should take '£ Sp the slack created by Houk's fj absence with ease. Melacon is ;-; individually undefeated this split end on offense and Malcom McPhearson will take his place at defensive end. In addition, Harris has inserted running back Greg Montez into the secondary to replace Bretl Parker. "We thought we coulc use Gregg's speed back there and give Brett a rest." All-in-all, this week's situation boils down to better blocking and no mistakes. H a r r i s is hoping his crew can put it toge (her. RAMAY VS SOUTHWEST The Ramay Indians will be trying to add their fourth vie lory of the season w h e n - t h e s line up a g a i n s t Springdale Southwest tonight. The challengers have had i disappointing season and lac size, but two smallish bu speedy backs worry .Rama coach Gerald Daily. "They'r a pretty small team but the have lots of speed. They'v RT -- Rice Brewer RG -- Billy HodneU C -- Mike Jones LG -- Brad Cole f -- Billy Murray 'E -- Malcom McPhearson |B -- Bretl Parker : B -- Joe West 'B -- Mike Hudspelh VB -- Jay Trumbo Defense )E -- Malcom McPhearson DT -- Ed Powell v!M -- Joe West DT -- Mike Hudspeth )E.' -- Rice Brewer ,B -- Billy Murray ,B -- Bill Swcetzer MM -- Brad Cole HB -- Max Thomas IB -- Greg Monte/. S -- Jay Trumbo RAMAY Offense i IE -- Ty Hoskins T _ Wendell Harris G -- Melton Newman C -- Mike Dillard G -- Bobby Martin T -- Doug Baird · TE -- Eddie Nichols QB -- Tocld Darter FB -- Jackie Eiland \VB -- Bobby Fitts TB -- Curtis Mahone Defense DE - Bobby Wallis DT -- Doug- Baird NM -- Billy Smith DT -- David Elam DE -- Jackie Eiland LB 1 -- Bobby Martin LB -- Brett Carton MM -- Greg Hall HB -- Eddie Sugg HB --'Darin Johnson S -- Todd Darter going in five or six different rooms. "Today was our best passing practice of the fall. All three quarleroacks had good timing. That's encouraging, because bad timing is what has hurt our passing game." · Asked whether Scott Bull or, Mike Kirkland would likely follow starter Mark Miller into the Texas game. Broyles said, "We'll .play it- by ear. I don't know what that means, but all the other coaches say it and it sounds good. Seriously,, all three of our quarterbacks have shown they can do the job." CLAYBORN THREAT Broyles said the Hazorbacks worked hard on the kicking game, concentrating on the Breakaway threat of the Lpng- norns' Raymond · Clayborn. Today Arkansas will, work on Mouse 1 kickoff return,- which involves one or more' handoffs. "It's hard to stop,".' said Broyles. "LSU has used it successfully for years." . . Halfback Vaughn Lusby and tackle Chuck McKinney were both termed ''doubtful" for this Saturday by Broyles. "They're both at about 80 per cent," he said. Broyles noted, however, that Jon Rhiddlehoover "looked good." He also said linebackers Dennis Winston and Marvin Daily had good practices. "Our main concern is the health of our defensive 'line," said Broyles. "It obviously helps the defense when Rhiddle- hoover is in there. If McKinney can't play, Rhiddlehoover may play nose guard with (freshman) Gary Roper going to tackle." Ike Forte was .back in full- pads and should be at full speed against Texas! Fullback Marsh White suffered an injured toe Wednesday, but Broyles said the injury was not serious. "We have about seven players with Pointing toward another wide Professional Basketball By The Associated Press NBA Thursday's Games Seattle at Phoenix. New Orleans at New York Friday's Games Buffalo at Boston . New Orleans at Philadelphia. Atlanta at Chicago Houston at Milwaukee Golden State at Los Angeles Cleveland at Portland :Detroit a t Seattle : ; · ' - . Saturday's Games ' Kansas City-Omaha'at Phoenix, afternoon Boston at Buffalo : Philadelphia at New York Houston at Atlanta New Orleans at Washington 1 Milwaukee at Chicago Cleveland at Golden State Detroit at Portland Sunday's Games 'Kansas City-Omaha at Angeles Cleveland at Seattle Los receiver, Reggie Craig, Broyles said, "He'll play this wcek.too." Craig has been out with a leg injury since Ihe Oklahoma Stale game. - · The Rararbacks have been working mostly at one-on-pne pass patterns, since the Wishbone dictates that kind of coverage. Broyles looked over at freshman placekicker Steve Liltle and said, "Isn't that sidewinder fascinating? I hope he gels to kick a lot Saturday." .Someone asked if Mark Miller might be panicking when mable to find his receivers q u i c k l y . " N o , " s a i c Broyles. "He just wants to run Before he hurt his knee, he was ;he greatest scrambler I'd ever seen for a young quarterback.' Broyles said that Richard LaFargue would be able to start at center against Texas and that 'W a y man Hawkins would s t a r t at nose guard " W a y m a n h a s tried, hus tied, piled on and d o n e everything . this year becaus he's been over-enthusiastic. B.U this week he'll get his chance. POSITION CRUCIAL "The nose guard is crucia in defending against the Wish bone. If he does a good job they don't have you outnum bered when they go outside." Broyles said he expects Claj born to play offensive haltbac Saturday, although he dpesn know which side. He anticipate that. Earl Campbell and Roose velt Leaks will share playin lime at fullback. "They alter nated for much of the Okla homa game, bringing in th plays," he noted. Some coaches this year ha\ stated that Campbell is bette than Leaks was before his kne injury. Asked about tha 3royles said, "Leaks, must no have-played against them th way he did a'gainst us. If . ABA Friday's Games Utah at New York San. Antonio at. Indian a Memphis at St. Louis Denver at Kentucky J Saturday's Games New .York at/Denver "Memphis at San Antonio Utah vs. Virginia at.Hampton Sunday's Gante's New York at San Diego Indiana at Kentucky. Utah at St Louis adn't been Injured, lie 'would,!!! person to realize how fasl ho is. It's the same kind of we been a prime candidate ·r the Hcisman Trophy. "You don't renlly appreciate ow good someone like Leaks -until you get down on the eld and see him close-up. It's ke a boxing match. Two fight* rs can be pounding each other. ut the farm can't re a 1 I'y tell . Joe Ferguson told me that on have to see O.J. Simpson thing with Leaks. "But It's true that Campbell can be as good or better.'.' Broyles ended the chat by rhapsodizing about the· beautiful weather. To Don Tbllefson, the young ABC sporlscaster who was here for some .advance work, Broyles said, 'It s liki this the year around." ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS BUFFET Both Noon and Evening Bring the family! 'Child's Plato Only, $1.35. We hav» fhree private dining rooms that will accommodate up to 350 people.' Buffet Noon and Evening HEO. U.S. PAT. Of f. Call AMI E STONE For Reservation! 443-4323 Sherwin-Wi helps you do it all A-100" LATEX HOUSE PAINT Great coverage! A-100 fi our belt hiding, longest laitlng flat lalex house paint. 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Baker J !is', English. j. -Derek Carroll, another Irish- ;ma'n. severely sprained an ^ ;ankle earlier in the season and j' -will be lost for this meet. ; -; · Carroll easily r u n s in the top } 'five and will create quite a gap £ Mn the seven - m a n -contingent. ·?,'Carroll began running- a few }; :days ago but his recovery is far % ' f r n m complete. ; The Porkers seem to be t* ;creating quite a conference con- J» tender for Renfrow and number '?, one aid John McDonnell. The 'j. .Razorbacks won the District 6 * : meet a couple of years "ago, g'but succumbed to the heat last jjSJycar, However, the Hogs did £;rank second in the SWC meet jf *Jast season. J; This year it looks as if the !?;Porks could win the District 6 ;meet arid in the process qualify ·tithe entire team for the national JINCAA meet. Texas won the ;«i!SWC crown a year ago and still ? 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