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.*?·'·· Northwert Arkornot TIMES, Sot., Oct. 19, 1974 .ni .ili HI ,nl' nl,ii State Football Scores I Fullback Joe Smith Paves The Way Rogers Dumps Van 6 LR Parkview 3'i, El Dorado 0 LR Central 7, NLR Ole Main (TIMESphblo' by Chuck Cunningham! OUT IN THE OPEN /.,. . - / - . ; ,/= : ,, .. .Farmingtat juUbock Floyd Shelley (35) turns upheld jar good yardage against West Fork in Friday night football action. At lejt, halfback Bill Cooper (33) blocks West Fork's Mark Bradley (15) out 0} the action Farmington Barely Trudges Past Spunky West Fork In Loop Action F A R M I N G T O N - The, · Farminglon Cardinals scored - two first half touchdowns and then watched in horror as their .. ,30 game win streak almost -'· c'ame lo a grinding h a l t as ··· West Fork fell just short of a - - victory 13-10 here Friday even. ing. The Cardinals look Ihe open- ·' ing kickoff and drove 80 yards '" for the touchdown w i t h Bill '" Cooper scoring from 25 yards ··"away. Floyd Shelly kicked the ·'· extra point for a 7-0 score. ' : West Fork returned the ensu- -'· ing kickoff but a couple of plays later fumbled at their own 42. '.'Tarrm'ngton took prompt advantage and scored their second ySHTand final touchdown of t h e game on Cooper's one y . plunge. The PAT failed leaving the score 13-0. From there the defenses settled down to the task of controlling the contests. But with only '2:00 left in the half West Fork defensive halfback Hex Sparkman picked off a Farmington pass at his own 35 and raced 35 yards for the touchdown and a 13-7 halftime score. With 11:28 fo go in the fourth period West Fork tnanuv'ered into position and Duane Dunkle booted a 42 yard field goal to put the Tigers well into scoring point." -said Early. "But we wanted lo position. Then 5:42 Ihe Tigers were again knocking on the door with a fourth and one at the Cardinal 14. However, the Cards led by Bill Cooper held, took possession and ran out the clock. "It was a good thing we held on to the ball," said F a r m i n g t o n coach Charlie Johnson after the game.. '!lf_ they'd gotten the ball back they might have scored." The West Fork crew could probably have kicked the field goal for the lie but Early was looking only for a win. "Sure we could have kicked the extra, this one. We weren't playing for a lie." Farmington finished the evening \yith 228 total yards but were fl-.4 in .the passing department. West Fork was right in there with 202 yards rushing and 32 passing for a 234 total. Floyd Shelly led the Cardinal attack with 91 yards while Bill Cooper ..produced 62. John Schuster, managed 114 yards on 21 carries for West Fork. Defensively F a r m i n g t o n coach Charlie Johnson singled out the play of Ricky Hammonds, Arlin Oxford, Kevin Bennish. Bill Cooper and Wesley Stevens. For West Fork it was Hex. Sparkman ..whose pass interception led to the only Tiger touchdown. Farmington now stands 7-0 on the season while West Fork dropped to 3-4. Next week West Fork meets Gravetle and Farmington tests Gentry. West Memphis 2B, Helena 14 LR Hall 34, Pine Bluff 13 NLR Northeast 22, FS Northside 8 Texarkana 24, FS Soulhside 7 Blytheville · 65, Tennessee Academy 0 Lakeside 13, Bryant 0 Hoi Springs 17, RusseHville 0 LR Calholic 13. Jackonville 0 Harrison 13. Bentonv'ille 0 Marianna 16. Jonesboro 14 Magnolia 28.' Malyern 7, Wynne 35, Marion 7 Rogers 13, Van Buren 0 Conway 14, Arkadelphia 13 Hope 27, Stamps 12 Ashdown 40. Mena 26 Broken Bow, Okla., 6, Camden Fairview 2 Paragould 27, Newport 2 Searcy 27, Sheridan 6 Camden 8, Crossett 0 Suttgart 47, Hughes 7 Hamburg 34. Eudora 22 Monliccllo 14, Lake Village 7 Star City 21, Warren 6 - · Gould 14, Delta 0 ; " Norphlet 49, Woodlawn 14 Lonoke 20, While Hall 16 Mounlain Pine 45, Glen Rose Mineral Springs 7, Bradley 6 Dumas. 14, IVIcGehee 0 Murfressboro 20, Fduke 12 . Watson Chapel 23. FordyceV PrescoH 8, Gurdon 0 Nashville 7, Foreman 0 De Queen 35, Lewisville 8 Ama 24, Subiaco 20 Clarksville, 14," Dardarielle 12 Paris 21, \yaldfon. 6. . ' . . . . ' Greenwood 26, 'Gravette 15 Altus 14, Ola.O Mansfield 12, Charleston 0 Greene County Tech 26, Rector 6 Booneville 1. Ozark 12 Dollarway. 28, peWitt 7 LR Joe ,T.; ! Rpbinson-.20, Lake Hamilton 0- ' : "'" · Hardy Highland 27, Piggott 0 Rison 29. Hamplon 12 Cross Counly 6. Baldk'nob 0 Hazen 24, Carlisle 7 Earle 34. Parkin 13 Pocahontas 21, Osceola,9 Berryville 34, Prairie^Grove 0 Farmington 13, West Fork 10 Lcpanto 39, Hoxie 28 . · · Beebe 40, Heber Springs 0 Bismarck 59. Glenwood 0 Magnet Cove 14, Pea Ridge p Siloam . Springs 23, Mounlain Home 12 - ; - . . . . " - '.'. " . ' . · Lincoln 33, Concord, .Okla"., 6 Vilonia 22, Greenbrier 22, tie Yellville 30, Greenwood 6 Bald Knob 6, Cross County 0 Marked Tree 33, Nettleton 15 Cotton Plant 50, Arkansas Deaf 6 , '· :; : ..' ··-"· NLR "Oak" Grtve ' 45, . 'Mayflower J2 ' ' : Elaine 34, Marvell'8 Brinkley 14, Forrest City 0 Des Arc 28. Barton 6 Harding Academy 34, Pales- ROGERS -- Fullback Jle| Smith rushed for 120 yards and 1 Iwo. touchdowns here Friday night, leading the Rogers Mountaineers lo a 13-0 win over previously unbeaten Van Buren. The Class-AA Pointers entered the game with a fi-0 record and a 188-12 ecoring ad- ,'antage over their opponenls, a'ut Rogers burst their "balloon with a strong running attack. Besides Smith's 120 yards on 20 carries. Doug Mills gained 50 yards in 13 tries, quarterback Kim. Gregory had 42 on eight and ihe mustachioed Greg Baker added 35 on 10." ;. Van Biireh moved the ball well at times behind the run- nirtg of Jerry Brasuell and the passing of Steve Hatfield, but the Pointers slopped Ihemselves with four fumbles and two interceptions. · The Mounties' best drive of Ihe game came from Ihe opening kickoff, as they wenl 66 yards in 13 running plays for a touchdown. Smilh carrier' for all five firsl downs and the touchdown,, scoring' from five yards out on second-and goal. Only, once in the drive die Rogers need more Ulan two 1 downs lo move the stakes. That ime, on third and six from the 14, Smith made jusl enough vards. Smith, who went into the gnme'jusl six points behind the scoring leader in Class AAA, gained · 41 yards in seven carries on Ihe drive. GOT BALL AGAIN Kenny Shook kicked the extra point to put Rogers ahead 7-0 alter 5:13. When Shook kicked o f f short, the Mounlics recovered the ball at the Pointer 38. Van Buren eventually held at ils 15, but not until Rogers had established a head start of 21 offensive plays : . Brasuell ran for one first down to .the 29, but fumbled after he'd gained the yardage for the next one. Greg Comfort recovered for Rogers at the Van Buren 41. The Mounties maintained good field position after an exchange of punts, setting up at the Pointer 44. From there, Rogers scored in nine plays. The big gain was a 17-yard pass from Gergorj lo Tony Warren on third anc eight from Ihe 42. Mills anc Smith, alternated carries from he 25,. w i t h . Smith' scoring .on hird and two from Ihe six-yard ine. Shook missed the exlra point, bul Rogers led 13-0 'willi i:19 to go in the half. To thai point, Rogers led 9-1 in first downs and 33-10 in of- 'cnsive plays. Van Buren held iU own for Ihe rest of the game, forging a 5-4 lead in first downs over Ihe final 30 minutes, ijut the Pointers never crossed the Rogers 36. The Pointers lost their third fumble of the game at Ihe end of a compleled pass that would have been a firsl down near midfield. Their final first-Half possession ended when · Jackie Clark inlercepled a pass. . 60-YARD PUNT In the second half. Dave Williams recovered another fumble by Brasuell and Hatfield Ihi'ew another interception, Rogers might have scored a thirc touchdown, but for a 60-yarc p u n t by Brasuell. The Mounties stalled twice at the Van Buren 24. For Rogers and Coach Gao Bond, it was the 13lh straigh homecoming victory. It movec Ihe Mounties 'closer : lo Van Buicn in the scries .rivalry,. ·$ hey now trail 25-23-3. . · Rogers, 5-2 overall, is tied v i l h Russcllville for third placr n'AAA-West at' 1-1: Those two, learns will 'rj\ay next week' at; RusseHville. · Sprlngdale- l«*dj, ha league ' with' a' 2-0 · mark,': 'ollowed by FSrt Smith South-? side at 2-1. Fayetteville is 1-2; and Gonway 1-3. ' : Friday nrght's game recalled; a comment by Van Buren; assistant Behton Cone just after; Rogers opened Its season wilh- a " closely contested 17-10 loss' to Fort Smilh Norlhside; The Pointers had yet lo play a gam* then, but Co'rfe Shook his head as he pondered the prospect rf playing Roger's. ' ' ."· ; ..' "I'm afraid they re a Mil* loo physical for us," said lh« former Haiorback basketball player. · - - ' '. - · : So even as-Ihe Pointers rolled up six win's and advanced to No. 3 in the 1 Class-A'A rankings, they knew a perfect season was unlikely. Now they'll concentrate tin AA again, ^meeting ' Siloam Springs next week at Van Buren. "· , .' '. ·'·-·· Southside Rebs Fall Victim 24-7 Texarkana Hogs Roll Green Forest 8, Marshall 6 McCrory 18, Augusta 0 Cabot 28. Altheimer 0 Atkins 27, Morrilton 6 Corning 27, Harrisburg 8 Benton 7, LR Mills 0 LR Mc.Clellan.13. NLR. Sylvan Hills 12 ..... -.:;.' -.- ·"".-'·;-.··! Gillett 7, DeValls Bluff 7, Hi Clarendon 37, England 0 Clinton 21, Perryville 6 Rivercrest 28, Trumann 12 Walnut Ridge 27, Manila : 7 Turrell .46,,- South Pemiscot. Mo., 6 . - ' - - . . - · _ - : Decatur 22, Pea Ridge 0 Harmony Grove 26. Smackover 25 . By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS If the televisio series, "It Takes A Thief" is revitalized, t Tommy Thomas of Texarkana 5 is a natural for the lead. -. Thomas, who makes pass interceptions a habit, exhibited i some sleight-of-hand Friday £ nighl thai would have made i Robert Wagner proud. His 4 theft, while playing tight end on .. offense, started the fourth-rank' ed Razorbacks to a 24-7 victory over ninth-ranked Fort Smith Southside. Top-ranked Little Rcick Parkview had little trouble with El Dorado, 32-0. beating the Wildcals Houston Null's arm and Robert Farrell's loot kept second- ranked Little Rock Central unbeaten in AAAA play with a 7-6 victory over North Little Rock Ole Main. Third-ranked North Little Rock Northeast scored twice before Fort Smith North side ran a play and beat the and Enoch touchdown? Grizzlies 22-8. Arthur Williams Tims . scored two each as. unranked Little Rock ·Hall upset f i f t h - r a n k e d Pine Bluff 34-19. , BENTON TAKES MILLS Moses Cunningkin' scored the ·enly touchdown Benton ncedec as the sixlh-ranked Panther? beat Little Rock Mills 7-0. Billy James scored twice as seventh ranked West Memphis whippec Helena 28-14. Eighth-ranked Lakeside defeated Bryant 13-0 Blytheville. ranked No. 10, de fealed Tennessee Academy 64-f although Coach Larry Wrigh did nol start h i s seniors be cause of disciplinary reasons. : Thomas intercepted 13 passe: last year and has picked of four more this season. His thef againsl Soulhside came with the Rebels leading.7-0 late in the second quarter. Texarkana quarterback Jin- Day attempted to pass bul Le King intercepted al Ihe South side 25 and started upfield. Hr reached the 37 when Thoma: raced by, stole the ball anc headed the other way for a touchdown with 76 seconds lef in the half. George Pree scorc on a 70-yard run and returnee «n intercepted pass 39 yards fo a TD as Ihe Razorbacks put thi game away in the second half. Quarterback Jerry Barnet scored on a one-yard run am threw a 20-yard scoring pass ti Charles Clay to spark Park view. The Patriots led 25-0 a Ihe half. Null's arm accounted for all 2 yards in Central's scoring rive early in the third quarter, le completed passes of 20 and 2 yards to Mike Jones and looked up with Farrell on a 22- ard completion. .Null com- ileled the drive when he tossed ight yards" to Tqiiy Diinriick. ·"arrell kicked'what'proved to JQ the winning exlra point. LOVE SCORED Northeast drove 78 yards on Is first possession with Andrew "jOve covering Ihe final five ards. Northside fumbled the ensuing kickoff and the Chargers recovered at the Grizzlies' 29. Kevin Evans' two-yard run climaxed Ihe drive. Greg Law- ·ence's pass inlerceplion and 50-yard .return set up the Chargers' final touchdown anc ced the game. T h e Warriors' Williams ·scored on runs of four and sev en yards and Tims scored on a three-yard run and a nine-yarc pass from Mike Scott. Seolf also scored on a six-yard r u n . The loss dropped Pine Blufl to a 2-3 in league play, same;as Ole Main. Hall evened its con ference mark at 2-2. Parkviev is 5 0 and Central 3-0 in confer ence play. Northeast is third a 3-1. Catholic is 1-2 and El Dp rado is 1-4. Northside is 0-4 in Ihe con'?rence. Benton made . it six vicloriq. in a row when Cunnmgkir blasled 12 yards for a 'touch down wilh 7:23 lefl in the firs quarter. Cunningkin gained 12 yards on 21 carries. West Memphis upped il league - leading AAA - E a s record to 2-0-1-with the-victory over . Helena. James .scorei twice from six yards out; BLYTHEVILLE ROMPS Blytheville started .the garm against Tennessee Academy with ils 18 seniors on the bend and Ihe underclassmen rollci up 17 points. Coach Larr; Wright temporarily suspendei the seniors earlier in the wecl due to a "lack of enthusiasm.' They were reinstated Thursday Terry Newman scored on run of 56, 58 and 16 yards. Peter Wcbre blasted si: yards (or a touchdown will 2:09 remaining that broke ; scoreless tie and started Lillli Rock Catholic lo a 13-0 non conference victory over Jack sonvillc. Webre's run capped 99-yard drive. Rodney William son got the other TD after Shel Davies picked off ville pass. i Jackson 'Quarterback t;a r r y Elrod ass'ed.K 21 ''yards'; to tight end 3ruce 'Cheek for one touchdown nd Rusty Sparks returned a unt 69 yards for another as Jttle Rnck McClellan upset jylvan H i l l s 13-12 in a AAA- Central game'. ; Sylvan Hills roppe'd' to' IH-l-'in league play .nd McClellan upped ils confer- :nce record lo 1-3. Marianna improved its AAA- £ast record to 2-1 wilh a 16-14 f ictory over Jonesboro. Grady "ordan scored both of the Tro- ans touchdowns on runs of 29 andr21 yards. Tight end Andy Brown 'recovered a fumble for he two-point conversion that iroved to be the difference. Jo- lesboro dropped lo 0-1-1 in Ihe cague. MARLOW STARS Dale Marlpjv. scored two .buchdowns' in ;(he second half as Hot Springs defeated Rus- seHville 17-0 in a nonconfere'nce game. Marlow scored on runs of one and five yards. Three Class AAA learns look on AA opponents and two came away.. victorious'}.... Mark .Scott,. ''who rushed for 114 yards on 23 carries, powered one yard. for a touchdown wilh 34 seconds lefl in the half and George McKee kicked what proved lo be the winning point Losing Streak Finally Over For Iberia Conway 14:13. whipped Arka- Joe "Smith'scored on runs of f i v e ' a n d six yafds as Rogers defeated previously unbeaten Van Buren 13 0. Van Buren was ranked No. 3 in Class AA. David Self, passed 12 yards lo Dennis Smith for one touchdown- and ' B e r n a r d Pighee raced 21 yards for another as Class'"AA 'Brinkley whipped Class AAA Forrest City 14-0. Borg Fights Bock BARCELONA', Spain -- Sweden's Bjorn Borg, seeded No. 2, fought back from a slow start to defeat Jan Kodes of Czechoslovakia, 0-6, 9-7, 7-5 to advance" to the semifinals of the Spanish Open Tennis Tourna menl along with Manual Oranles, Hie Nastase and Francois JaufCret, IBERIA, Mo. -- The Losing Streak is over. Iberia High School won its first football game ever Friday-night, lambasting Stradford 28 0 for homecoming. . ., Channel eight of Columbia, Mo., was there to document the end o[ a losing streak that had reached 71 games and drawn nalional attention. The television station will likely sell, its report tp-the.NBC network. Said Coach- Ron Cole, "This is really great. I'm tickled to death for Ihe kids. We had the largest crowd ever for an Iberia game -- maybe 1200 to 1300 people. I got a good soaking in the shojver .after it was ver." . , . . ' . . . . . . . Iberia, 1-5 for Ihe year with two games lefl, had two backs gain over 100 yards. "Our fullback had 126 yards and Ihree touchdowns," said Cole, "and our sophomore tailback gained 116 yards, .and got the other louchdown." · Cole . played his high school football al Fayetteville and his college ball at Arkansas Tech. He moved to Iberia this year after building a successful program at Cassville. One of the .TV cameramen tola me it ivas. a .good thing we won, because otherwise they wouldn't have broken e v e n," laughed Cole. Having, had its . fill of (he losing streak, Iberia hopes lo establish a winning slreak next week by defealing Class-AAA Eidon. "They've only won one game, and a learn that beal us 14-8 beat them worse than lhal," said Cole. Il's amazing -what one win can do for a coach's confidence. Even after 71 straight losses. Elkins Elks Tie League Biggie Gentry ELKINS -- The amazing 12- man Elkins football team kept right oil surprising just about everyone by tying a high-flying Gentry bunch "12-12 here Friday eve.ning. The Pioneers were rated just a step behind powerhouse Farmington in the District 1-B conference race just a week ago, but the tie puts a different perspective on the 1-B chase. The Pioneers try Farmington next week while Elkins takes on a struggling Winslow.. A Farmington victory coupled with a Winslow loss eould vault the Elks right into second place in the 1-B standings, and Gentry out of the picture. "I think it (the tie) really hurt them more than · us," said Elkins coach William Alvarez^ "We didn't lose much but it could knock them pretty far down in the standings if they All in all I think "if was a-victory for our te'am. They were tough."-';'·'· Elkins scoreH first early in the contest. Quarterback Mark Johnson capped a 51-yard Elkins drive with a six-yard touchdown completion to Mike John. The extra-point attempt failed, leaving the Elks ahead 6-0. · · MIMSAP COUNTERS Gentry struck back scoring moments later on an 80-y a r d kickoff return by WaMie Millsap. The extraipairit^atlerrip't'faiie'd; :: In the second period Elkins regained the lead when J o h n Bunch broke through the Pioneer defense for 52 yards and a touchdown. However, the extra-point attempt again failed. "That "one we "should" have have kicked," grimaced Alvarez. "BuJ I guess hindsight is always better than foresight." ft was pretty much a defensive battle until the third period. Gentry then marched 65- yards for the tying score. Millsap capped that drive with a five-yard run.- However, the crucial extra - point try failed, leaving the contest deadlocked at 12-12. Elkins had two more chances to take: the .-lead again and win the contest but two thrusts inside the Gentry 20 failed lo turn into points, "We just couldn't get it in," said Alvarez. "Mis- [TIMESpioto by-Ken Good) ONE OP FEW BRIGHT 'SPOTS . ...JOT Greenland Friday night was this reception and fun' by slotback Brad Tomlinson (SS). Otherwise, YeUoille held the .upper hand in a 30-6 victory . ; : , . : , Yellville Spoils Big Greenland Homecoming GREENLAND -- . , . . . , homecoming for Greenland Fri- lv iiat kind :of"-nig.h't-it would b takes and penalties really hurt us." The Elks amassed 13 first downs to -11 for Gentry. Elkins totaled 243 yards to 157 for Gentry. .John Bunch was .most impressive on offense w i t h 115 yards on 16 carries. The ace Elkins runner has already produced a hefty 1251 yards for the season. The Elks now stand 3-1-1 and . will take on Winslow next week' ' test mighty Farminglon. Gentry dropped lo 3-0-2 and will TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service N«w * Uwd AntcnnM Cater ·· Btttfc * Whit* ··ofttcn * Ttwtra Fn* KMImHw · " 751-7827 ?SI-*2ST How They Fared Here's how the top 10 teams in AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) -- A McKesson-Bexel P A L L - S A L E '/i Price thru Nov. 30 East Side of Squan LITTLE. ROC K (AP) -- The Associated Press Arkansas high school football poll fared in games this week. 1. LR Parkview beat El Dorado 32-0. 2. LR Central beat NLR Ole Main 7-6. 3. NLR Northeast beat FS Northside 22-8. 4. Texarkana beat FS Soulh- side 24-7. 5. Pine Bluff lost fo LR Hall 34-19. 6. Benlon beat LR Mills 7-0. 7. West Memphis beat Helena 28-14. 8. Lakeside beat Bryant 13-0. 9. FS Soulhside lost to Texarkana 24-7. 10. Blytheville beat Tennessee Academy 64-0. .The ..Pirates, got an idea o Siloam Spurts Past Mountain Home By undergo a knee operation loda; Yellville s c o r e d wilh ! minules lo p 1 a y .in, Ihe firs quarter and again wilh five minules left in the h a l f , missing llic first two-point conversion but making the second for a 14 0 lead at intermission. The Panthers scored again after three minules of the Ihird quarter for a 22-0 lead. On the .following kickoff, . Greenland's Robert Ridley made an 89-yard return for a touchdown to make the score 22-fi. It stayed that way until Yellville scored a louchdown wilh four minutes left if the game. The. Panthers added a safety with 90 seconds left to fix the final score at 30 G. "This was just a long week for us," said Greenland Coach David Kossover. " T h e kids were all tired from slaying up and working on flotas." Wilh the defeat, Greenland fell I'o 3-3-1 overall and 1-2-1 in District 1-B. Yellville is 1-3-1 The Pirales will be at h o m e again next week against Deca lur. SILOAM SPRINGS · nore quarterback Bim Allisfln irew two touchdown passes nd tailback Bobby Baer swept 0 yards for another, leading iloam Springs to a .23-12 win vcr Mountain -Home--Friday ight. ; - r ',··:.·:' = --:.. · · » Allison stepped into the ireach after eight starters were uspenried from the Siloam cam for the year Friday. H« :ompleted a 30 -yard pass to spit end Junior Bynum in the irst quartan · and : ^ 20-yarder o wingb'aclc: James ; :liortly before halftime. · Baer, who rushed for 148 fards, scored from the Panther; 0 on the second play" from iCrimmage; Barnetl converted he extra- point af ler - each , of he first two touchdowns,- which required a total of only seven plays. - _ T _ Mountain Home narrowed its deficit to 14-G in' the second luarlei- by driving 65 yards' for 1 touchdown. Fullback James .sko scored on fourth and goal 'rom the four-yard line. A two- point conversion try failed. · "', Barnetl's louchdown reception arid third conversion gave ~Sf-. loam Springs a 21-6' 'half lim« ead. ··; . , ANOTHER DRIVE ;: The Bombers fought back : with another long drive in lh» third quarter, this one spanning 69 yards ' and seven .minutes". Again, Isko scored .oh fourth" and 'goal from the four. Mounv tain Home was unsuccessful 'on another two-point try. leaving the score 21-12. '' ' "··· That completed the scoring! except - f o r a fourth-quarter safety by, .Siloam. After, tht Panthers were stopped at 'the Mountain Home three-yard line; defensive tackle Bruce Brandon sacked .Bomber quarterback )onnie Winston in the. end zone: Siloam ..assistant,, coach; i Ken Ramey complimented Brarido'ri,' .nd Steve Russell," halfback erry Jamison, and linebackers" Veslcy Berlin and Gene Collihs or their defensive play. . ' r:.- Said head coach B.O Black"; 'We're 3-3-1... b u t . . we've been competitive. I D . , "every, game vc've played. 1 Our young kids t ^ ig did all'right tonight" arid,Baer reached the 800-yard mark in rushing. "As far as we're concerned, le's the outstanding back in cur prmf«r/inrn Wn'c" fi_9 an*T .'"1flfi .Damage Suit tVAUGHNJ ;7 BATTERY CO. $600.000 damage suit has been filed in Superior Court against Sports Illustrated magazine, charging invasion of privacy. 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