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Monday, October 21, 1974
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In High School Poll Paragould Is Ninth テつキLITTLE ROCK (AP) - Tho! success of Paragould's football team this'fall Is a veto for repetition. The seniors on the Pnragould team have been wilh Coach Bill Keedy since they were in the eighth grade--five years of running (ho same offensive system. lie was tho Junior high coach when Ihe seniors of 1974 were in the eighth and nine grades. Ha coached the "B" team when they were sophomores and was offensive coach when they were juniors. ."We've kind of grown up together," Keedy said. Paragould whipped Newport 27-2 to up its record to 7-0. The . Bulldogs moved into the top ten for the first time this season, taking over the No. 9 spot in the rankings. Little Rock Parkview was a unanimous choice for the No. 1 spot in the balloting by a panel of spoi'lswriters and sportscas- lor*. Little Hock Central is second followed by North Little Rock West Memphis, Lakeside, Little Hock テつキ Hall, Paragould anc Blytheville. . The first four are itnchangec from last week. Benton, West Memphis and Lakeside each moved up a notch after Pine Bluff, ranket No. 5 last week, was crushec by Hall 34-19, Hall has not been ranket siuce i the preseason poll. The Warriors opened the season in the No. 9 spot, but lost theii opener to West Memphis. Las week, Hall dropped a 14-13 dc cision to Parkview. TWO DROP Pine Bluff and Fort Smith Soulhsirje, No. 3 last week anc a 24-7 loser to Texurkana Fri day night, dropped out of .tin poll. Blytheville did not ad vance despite healing Ten nessee Academy 64-0. Lakeside ' and Paragould con tinue 1-2 in Ihe rankings, bu Hamburg is No. 3. Van Burcn テつキ beaten by Class AAA Rogers ; dropped out of Hie rankings ' Akins and McCrory continue t 'i, hold down the lop'-two spots in Class A, but Rison has replaced iurtott in No. 3. Barton was icaten 28-6 Friday night by Des Arc.- Farminglon is the lop 'ole-getler in Class B. Danville and DeValls Bluff switched aces after DoValls Bluff was icd by Gillett 7-7. Keedy says, the seniors on his cam have always known how o win. "They were 7-1 in the nfnlh rude and lost one "B" game as loth graders," he said. 'Last year, most of them started when we went 7-3. "They have played together md played for me and they :now each other's thoughts. They have a lot of pride in .hemselves as a team. The senor -leadership has been outstanding. The seniors have poked forward to this year, feeling like they came win." Paragould is the only Region 1AA team with a perfect conference record. Hivercrcst has one conference loss--to Para- ;ou1d--and every other team in ,he league has at least two conference losses. Paragould, which has nol won a football championship since moving up to AA about 15 years ago, has conference' games remaining with Poca- honlas, Osccola arid Gosnell. Keedy admitted that his coaches would begin scouting Stultgart if Paragould defeats Pocahontas this week. Stuttgarl is the leader'in Region 4AA ant the Bulldogs' opponent if both teams reach the AA playoffs. Keedy says balance is a ke to Paragould's record. "We've been averaging over 30 points a game and the firs unit of the defense Uas given up only three touchdowns," he said. "We've been controlling the football and keeping the de fcnse off the field. In the bal game against Newport, the firs time we got Ihe ball, we use eight minutes in a scoring drive. When the defense goes in, it causes a lot of turn overs." CAN PLATOON The Bulldogs also have enough players so thai: oni. cenlerlinebacker Doren Gregc y has to go both ways. Gregp- y and linebacker Mike Bevill re the leading tacklers. Keedy vas also complimentary of afcly Todd Dudley noseman 'erry Stephenson and defensive nd Mack Thompson, the cam's leading tackier last year icfore the defense was re- 'amped by Raymond Duncan. Offensively, quarterback Jay Morgan has completed 68 .per cent of his passes. Tailback Bill Fisher is a hrec-year slarter. The fullback s Keith Wineland, a 6-foot-3, 95-pounder. The only junior on he offensive team is running jack Neal Ainley, .who scored twice against Newport. Keedy also said tight end Brad Bradsher, 6-foot-2, 175, md offensive guard David Hoi- brook, 6-foot-2, 205, are be scouted by college, coaches. 1. LR Parkview (18) (7-0)180 2. LR Central (6-0-1) 160 3.. NLR Northeast (6-1) 140 4. Texarkana (6-1) 132 5. Benlon (6-1) 95 6. West Memphis (5-10-1) 75 7. Lakeside (7-0) 8. LR Hall (3-4) 29 9. Paragould (7-0 22 10. Blytheville (5-2) 21 Others receiving voles, listed alphabetically: Atkins, Farm- inglon, FS Soulhside, Hamburg, Hot Springs, LR Catholic, NLR Ole Main, Pine Bluff, Rogers, Springdale and Stultgart. Class AA 1. Lakeside (14) (7-0) 50 2. Paragould (3) (7-0 33 3. Hamburg (7 : 0) 13 Others receiving votes, listed alphabetically: Riveresl, Searcy, Stuttgart (1), Van Buren and Wynne. Class A 1. Atkins (17) (7-0) 53 2. McCrory (1) (7-0) 26 3. Rison (7-0 10 Others receiving votes, listed ville, Des Arc, Greenwood, Highland and Prescolt. Class B 1. Farminglon (15) (7-0) 47 2. Danville (1) (6-1 26 3. DeValls Bluff (2) (6-0-1 1V Others receiving votes, listed alphabetically: Gillett, Harding Academy, Mountain Pine and Murfreesboro. College Football Scores Northwest Arkansas HMEb, Won., .Oct. 21. 1974 FAYETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS East Amhcrsl 27, Rochester 0 Boston Univ 14, Bucknell 10 Coast Guard 48, Tufts 28 Dartmouth 7, Brown 6 Delaware 14. Lchigh 7 Fordham 21, Hofstra Univ 21 Harvard 39, Cornell 27 Maine 7, Connecticut 0 Massachusetts 17, Rhode Island 7 Miami, Fla 21, West Virginia 20 New Hampshire 38, Vermont 21 Pennsylvania 37, Lafayette 7 Penn State 30, Syracuse 14 Pittsburgh 35, Boston College 11 Princeton 33, Col'gate 24 Yale 42, Columbia 2 South ' Alabama 28, Tennessee 6 Auburn 31. Georgia Tech 22 Chattanooga 13, Jacksonville St 9 Clemson 17, Duke 13 Florida 24, Florida State 14 . Georgia 38, Vanderbilt 31 Grambling Col 20, Mississippi Val 14 Howard Univ 48, West Va State 0 Kentucky 20, Louisiana State Maryland .47, Wake Forest 0 Mississippi St 29, Memphis State 28 North Carolina 33, No Carolina St 14 South Carolina 10, Mississippi Tennessee Tech 10, West Kentucky 6 Tulane 30, Citadel 3 Virginia 28, Virginia Tech 27 William Mary 28, Rutgers 15 Tennessee St. 10, Virginia Union 0 Bronco Touchdown Jaunt Otis Armstrong (24) heads for the end zone and a Bronco touchdown after a 10 yard run. Escorting Armstrong OH the run is Mike Current (74) a Deliver tackle. Dave Rowe o[ the Sun Diego Charges is out of HID play. This (bird ncrioi! tally lipped Denver's l margin to 24-7. A Jim Turner field goal later in the game set the final score at 27-7. (AP. Wirephofo) College Football Season Returns 'td* To Normal After Spate Of Upsets COLLEGE FOOTBALL 3-3G '. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS After four upset-filled weekends, the college football scene returned to normal Saturday . .. and in this jumbled season that may be the biggest upset . - o f all. .;... Only three members of The Associated Press Top Twenty camG out losers and two of r t h e m bowed to other ranked teams. Tenth-ranked North Carolina State suffered a 33-14 licking at the hands of unranked arch-rival North Carolina, but No. 9 :. Arizona was toppled by No. 17 ' Texas Tech 17-8 and No. 13 ' K a n s a s underwent a 56-0 humil- ; iation at the hands of No. 12 ; - Nebraska. Meanwhile, the runaway 1-3 teams in The AP ratings rolled to easy victories -- top-ranked Ohio State'crushed Indiana 49-9 , while runner-up Oklahoma bombed Colorado 49-14. ' Elsewhere. third-ranked Michigan shaded Wisconsin 24- テつキ 20, No. 4 Alabama trounced Tennessee 28-6, No. 5 Auburn outscored' Georgia Tech 31-22, Mo. 6 Southern California slrug- O led past Oregon 1C-7, No. 7 \!otre Dame flattened Army 480 and No. 8 Texas AM eased past Texas Christian 17-0. In the Second Ten, llth-raled Penn State rallied to beat Syracuse 30-14, No. 14- Florida turned back Florida Slate 24-14, Mo. 15 Arizona State whipped Utah 32-tf; No. 16 Texas leveled Arkansas 38-7, No. 18 Maryland blanked Wake Forest 47-0, No. 19 Miami of Ohio belted Bowl; Green 34-10 and No. 20 Tulane ripped The Citadel 30-3. II was a weekend of com parisons, although no one has played both Ohio State and Oklahoma. Wisconsin, however, played Ohio State a week ago and was routed 52-7 while making it much closer Saturday against Michigan. "They're both fine .teams," said Coach John. Jardine. "Ohio State was as fired up for us as anyone has ever been. Whether Michigan was fired up or not, ] don't know." Colorado has played Oklahoma and Michigan, losing to the'Iatler 31-0 four weeks ago. Seattle Two Pointer Scatlle Super Smile Jim Fnx (31) goes for two points over Cleveland's Sieve Patterson (50) in a National Baskclhall Association game Sunday evening. The Snnlrs pns(C[| their first victory of the NBA sea- son, 100-93. Watching a r e Snnics' Spencer Hay wood (24) and Fred Grown (32). Near lite play for Cleveland a r e Dwlght Davis (42) and Austin Carr (34). (AP Wirephoto) "Michigan is a fine team but klahoma is better," said oach Bill Mallory. "If they ant to play each other, it's all ghl with me." Indiana's Lee Corso and Colo- ado's Mallory coujdn't corn- are Ihe 1-2 teams directly, but hey had some thoughts, any- テつキay. "This is 3. national champion- lip caliber team," Corso said fter Ohio Stale's Archie Grif- h romped for 146 yards and vo touchdowns and became K; top ground-gainer in Big "en history. I6th STRAIGHT It was Griffin's 16th con- eculive 100-yard regular-sea- on game, one short of Ihe na- onal record held by Okla- oma's Sieve Owens. Griffin Iso passed the century mark i the Hose Bowl last Jan. 1, iut that doesn't count in the 1CAA record bock. Griffin's output boosted his areer yardage to 3,321, sur. lassing the mark of 3,315 set iy Purdue's Otis Armstrong a ouple of years ago. Meanwhile, Oklahoma's Joe Vashington, a junior like Griffin, rambled for 200 -yards and our touchdowns in just 18 caries against Colorado as the ooners chewed up 594 yards of c-al estate on the ground. "There can't be a better earn than Oklahoma," said lallory. "They were awesome. f there's a better back in the ountry than Washington, I haven't seen him. What moves and balance he's got! Their of- ense is fabulous. If they play ike they played against us, I Midwest Cent Michigan 58, Western Illinois 7 Illinois 21, Michrgan State 21 Iowa State 23, Kansas SI Univ 18 Louisiana Tech 34, NW Louisiana St 0 Miami, Ohio 34, Bowling Green 10 Michigan 24, Wisconsin 20 Michigan Tech 14, Minnesota- South Dakota 20, South Da- Southwest Lamar 10, Arkansas Slate 6 North Texas St 24, New Mexico St 19 South Methodist 19, Rice 14 Stephen 'F Austin 12, SW Texas State 7 Texas 38, Arkansas 7 Texas AM 17, Texas Christian 0 Texas Col AI 43, Sul Ross State 13 Texas Lutheran 57, Austin College 0 Texas Tech 17, Arizona 8 Louisiana Tech Puts 17- Game Streak Online By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Louisiana Tech's 17-game winning streak and its four- year record of never having lost to a conference opponent goes on the line Saturday against troublesome and potentially powerful McNeese State in a crucial Southland Conference football matchup. T h e only problem for McNeese State is that Louisiana Tech will have the home- field advantage. Tech flexed plenty of Muscle in mauling Northwestern Loui- siana 34-0 Saturday while Southwestern Louisiana was McNeese S t a t e dominated Texas-Arlington .43-0. McNeese has not yielded a point in two conference games. Louisiana Tech is 3-0 in SLC play and 5-0 .for the season. Lamar University, which shaved tough Arkansas State 10-6 Saturday, and McNeese have 2-0 ledgers in conference play. Lamar is '1-1 for the year and McNeese is 4-1-1 overall. In the only other game involving an SLC team Saturday, nipped 14-13 by Tampa. 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THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE-- Friday C i n c i n n a t i at Kouslon, 7:30 p.m. Saturday: Colorado Slate at Arkansas 7'30 p.m.: Texas AM at Baylor 7-M p m テつキ Texas Tech at SMU. 2 p.m.: Texas at Hice, 7:30 p.m.; TCU at Alabama, 1-30 Aaron Almost Sure To Play ATLANTA (API --テつキ Slugger Henry Aaron says he is now "99 per cent sure" he will be trying to add to his home run record of 733 next year, but he still won't say where. Aaron made his comments in ii interview Sunday on CBS television. Published reports have predicted Aaron will sign with the Milwaukee Brewers of the American League as a designated hitter, becoming general manager in 1976. But Aaron said he has not decided where he will play next season, and he called the Milwaukee reports pure speculation. The home run king said he was not satisfied with a Braves offer that reportedly would ive given him a front office job. "I think I can do better," he said. 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