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October 22, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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· Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tues., Oct. 22, 1974 . . .. · FAYITTKVILL1, ARKANSAS After Big Friday Night By HARRY KING LITTLE HOCK (AP) -- Des Arc quarterback Ronnie Elam s passing less and his coach, ohn Rollins, is enjoying it more. Elam was throwing about 20 imes a game last year and the Eagles went 5-4-1. This year, Elam is averaging 4 passes a game and Des Arc s 5-2 and unbeaten in District A competition. Des Arc took the conference ead Friday night with a 28-6 victory over previously unbeaten Barlon. Elam completed six of 12 passes for 101 yards and ran 21 aids for a third touchdown. Hard Running Bear Chicago Rears running hack er defenders drag him down dricks (56), Steve Okoniewski Carl Garetl (26) bulls his way m the [irst quarter of Man- (73) and Jim Hill (39). (AP for four yards and a first day night's contest. Green Wircphoto) down before Green Bay Pack- Bay tacklers are Ted Hen- Indians Propping For Southern Illinois Arkansas State Loses Starling Corner Back JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) -The Arkansas State University Indians will have to play the remainder of the football season without cornerback Joe Qollimon. . Coach Bill Davidson said Monday that Hollimon had suf- f e r e d - superficially torn liga- ments in his knee during Satur-j day's 10-6 loss to Lamar. Davidson said the senior from Trumann must wear a cast for five weeks. Davidson also said safety David Hines is doubtful as a starter for Saturday's game at Southern Illinois University. The junior from Little Roc' twisted his knee on a punt re turn and will be held out o contact this week,. Davidso: said. The Indians, 2-2 for the sea son, will continue recognitio work on Southern Illinois' for mations through Wednesday 1 drill. Des Arc Back Voted AP Laurels For his performance, Elam was named High School Player of Hie Week in Arkansas. Rollins said Elam had cut back on his passing because the running game had become more effective. He said fullback Danny Burnett, tailback Terry McMillan and the offensive line had taken some of the pressure off Elam. "The thing that has really improved this year is our offensive and defensive line," Rollins said. "We had some things going last year, but didn't do a good job in the line sometimes." Elam completed 49 per cent of his passes last year for 1,392 yards. This year, he has com- pleted 42 of 84 for 687 yards. He was injured in- a 19-14 loss to Augusta and missed the England game the following week. Elam is a sophomore. He failed the seventh grade and started for the varsity as a, ninth grader. "He wasn't eligible for junior high ball," Rollins said. "I don't care what grade he's in. If he's good he can play and lie can throw the ball as well as anybody in the state." Rollins was asked if it bothered other team members to have a sophomore calling the plays. "He performs better than most .12th graders," Rollins said. "The players have con- fidence In him. All tha players have confidence in each other.'.' Rollins said Elam can throw any type pass. "He knows .when to throw hard and when to throw soft," he said. How about finding secondary receivers? "Usually, the primary receivers are open," Rollins said. Elam is one of the few Des Arc starters who does not play both ways, although Rollins said Elam was a good defensive player in junior high, He also said Elam was quicker than he was last year. He was 5-foot-8 and weighed 183 last year. Now, he's 5-foot-10 and weighs 175. Rollins said Pro Hockey By The Associated Press NHL Monday's Games "o games scheduled Tuesday's Games Atlanta at New York Islanders Philadelphia at Los Angeles ..Detroit at Washington Minnesota at Vancouver . Wednesday's Games St. Louis at New York Rangers Detroit at Atlanta Montreal at Toronto Washington at Chicago Boston at Pittsburgh Kansas City at California WHA Monday's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Games Cleveland at San Diego Minnesota at Toronto Houston at Quebec Wednesday's Games Michigan at Quebec Houston at New England Cleveland at Vancouver In Union, Kentucky Rabid Fan Rebuilds Crosley Field UNION, Ky. CAP) - The frost is on the pumpkin. The leaves are turning gold. The kids are back in school. Still, it's baseball season in Union. It's always baseball season at the home of Larry 'Luebbers, seller of country hams and baseball fan extraordinaire. For, while the 33-year-old Luebbers is ruler of his domain, he is also umpire, groundskeeper and, often, the only fan at his own major league ballpark. Luebbers is the proud owner of all that js left of Crosley Field, until 1970 the home of the Cincinnati Reds. "All I really ever wanted to do was walk on the field," said Luebbers. "Then when they auctioned off parts of the stadium, I. thought I'd pick up a few seats and one thing kept leading to another." Four years and $29,000 later, Luebbers has a barn full of seats and his ducks now peck at the pitching rubber once trod upon by the likes of Jim Malo ney, Johnny Vander Meer and Ewcll Blackwell. "I didn't think It was right that they should just rip the stadium up and cart it away," said Luebbers. So, he did something about it. As you enter Union you can see Luebbers' stadium up on the hill. It's really a skeleton of a stadium now. The fences, the foul poles and the dugouts are all in place, but there are no grandstands. Luebbers has only 408 seats, but that's enough. "There are only 250 people in Union," grinned Luebbers. "If I tried to rebuild the place with all those decks, every person in Union could have his own section." The old Scoreboard is going back in place as soon as the steel arrives and signs with 1970 prices grace the 'outfield walls. Luebbers s p e n t $9,000 terracing his pasture and seeding it with bermuda grass. In the past three years, local knothole teams have used the park. Luebbers himself -is a coach. His team was 2-10 this year. ' "Last winter the infield froze over and we ice-skated," saic Luebbers, settling into one of the box seats which gives him a view not only of the field but out into the surrounding Blue Grass countryside. ^ "I hope that I can get this thing finished. It's becoming al most a compulsion with me." "Then again, sometimes I ge the feeling that I. hope I'll nev er be able to say I got it all." lam lost most of the flab help- ng his brother farm during lha summer. Rollins, who has been coach- ng at Des Arc for 10 years, reused to compare Elam to other college prospects from Des Arc. His measuring slick includes Cliff Harris, now of the Dallas Cowboys; former Ouachita running back John Wayne Cunningham, and Tommy Harris, safety at the University ot Arkansas. Others who deserve mention ,1ns week --John Pickett, Ashdown, .hrew touchdown passes of 10, / 4 and 64 yards and scored .vvice in a 40-28 victory over Mcna. --Dennis Ruple, North Little Rock Oak Grove, carried eight limes for 136 yards and scored .bree touchdowns in a 45-22 victory over Mayflower. --Mike Rogers, Highland, scored all four touchdowns in a 27-0 victory over Piggott. --Joe Smith, Rogers, carried 20 times for 120 yards and scored the game's only two touchdowns- in a 13H) victory over previously unbeaten Van Buren. --Danny Turner, Cabot, scored three touchdowns in a 28-0 victory over AHheimer. --Terry Newman, Blylheville, carried six times for 166 yards and scored on runs of 56, SB and 16 yards in a 64-0 victory over-Tennessee Academy. --Ricky Burns, Clarendon, threw touchdown passes of 8, 38 and 24 yards in a 37-0 victory over England. Alston Signs Pact LOS ANGELES--Walter Al ston signed his 22nd one-year contract to manage the National League Champion Los Ange les Dodgers next season. EVEREST JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOtDSTOlO" DENTALS 4 $ALES Fayeltevllle Drur X. Side Square 442-7MS You Pick'Em 1 OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK , Gomes for week ending Oct. 26 1 Game No. 1 ..._ "· You Pick 'Em Rules I Gain* No, 8 .................. 1 Game No. 1 ..._..,................ ..... jG«m«No, 5 ......... .... .............. - I Game No, 8 ......... ...... ......... ..... 'Game No. f . ..... ...... ............... _ · I Game No. 8 T, _ , . . . . .............. ..... I Game No. 9 ....... .... ........... ,...._ Game No. 10 . . . _ . . , . . . .................. I Game No. 11 ...... ..... ............... -- -. 'Game No, 12 ..._ .................. . ..... Game No. 13 ...... .................... .- I Game No. 14 . . . _ .................. . ..... 'Game No. 15 ........ . .................. _ I ,Game No. 16 . ..- ........................ : i Game No. 17 .............................. · I TIE BREAKER (Predict Correct Score) ____ . . . Arkansas vs ........ Colorado Stale ' | Address ;|City ... 1. Ton can win $35.09 cash eack week. Just be the one who picks the most winners from the games listed in the advertisements appearing on this page under the You Pick 'Em headline. A tie game counts as a loss unless you have called the tie. Do not pick scores. In the event there are two or more entries tie- ing for first place, the «ne picking the winner and closest score of the tie-breaking game will receive the $35 prize. Decision of the judges will be final. 8. Enter the name of the team you select as (he winner of each game or write the word "tie" opposite game No. I, No. 2, etc., on the eniry form reproduced at (he left, or on a separate sheet of paper. 3. Entries are limited to one per person. Entrants much be at least 12 years old to be eligible. 4. All entries for this week's contest must be in the Northwest Arkansas Times office by 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 26. 5. Mall your entries to: You Pick 'Em Contest Northwest Arkansas TIMES P..O. Drawer D Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701 (Please write your name and address plainly.) I. This contest Is not open fo em- ployes or families of employes of the Northwest Arkansas TIMES. 7. Name of winner will be published on this page next week. TRAIL LAST WEEK'S WINNER: Pal Lindscy No perfects this week, but out of nearly 400 entries, two persons missed only one prediction, the Kentucky-LSU game. The tie-break- .Fayettevilfe, Ark. .er decided the winner and the $35 goes to Pat. 410 HuntsviSle Rd. CONTLS1 FEDDERS Heating Air Conditioning Specialists FAYETTEVILLE SHEET METAL WORKS Phone 442-5151 Game No. 10--Notre Dame vs Miami, Fla. / PHARMACY DRUG STORES I Downtown I Eajtgale Next to Postoffice Center on 16 E. Game No. 17--Memphis St. vs N. 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