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October 22, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Manor Welcomes Him Into Fold Eckwood Ready To Play By'GRANT 1IAI,L TIMES Sporls Editor · · B r i s o n Manor welcomed ..lorry Eckwood to the Arkansas i football team here Monday. ., Eckwood picked the most .-.rigorous Monday practice ot the fall to begin contact work, and 'his first collision came in an inside drill. Eckwood's well- · publicized back passed the acid test when Manor hit him full- ibore, without effect. A f t e r Billy Burns and Leotis .Harris followed w i t h equally .'vicious tackles, Manor hit Eck- J.wood again. This time, Jerry "had gone the wrong way and was sandwiched by Manor in "the front and quarterback Scott ;Bull in Ihe back. i' He got up slowly and bent over. Coach Frank Broyles scurried over to check out his .'prize freshman halfback, and '·was relieved to learn Eckwood _ h a d jusl nail the breath knocked ; out of hiTn. In five plays, Eckwood was back in. "He should be able fo p l a y "this week," said Broyles after 'practice. "He scrimmaged a lot today, and that should help him." · The Hazorbacks worked on fundamentals Monday, a n d ·Broyles said they would con ; linuc the suririg-praclice format -for the remainder of the season V'We have 40 fewer people on scholarship now, and it's harder to get good players working against each other," he said. "From now on, we w i l l be working the first-team offense against the second defense and he second-team offense against he first defense. There is a !reatcr risk of injuring players this way, but it will make the players work harder. "Jim Johnson (defensive line :oach) said that at Oklahoma, heir third and fourth teams were sometimes as g o o d as he teams they saw on Saturday. But one B team hasn't )een able to simulate the teams we've played. "So we'll have Lee King jlocking Manor, and other jffensive starters blocking Jon Xhiddlehoover a n d Leotis Harris. That's the way we prac- ;iced in the spring--best against best." Broyles announced several major lineup changes Monday Harvey Hampton has been moved from offensive guard to d e f e n s i v e tackle, Mickey Dillingsley from tight end to defensive end. Chuck McKinuey from defensive tackle to tight end and Wayman Hawkins from nose guard back to fullback. "Wayman said he was jusl lost in the line," said Broyles "He knows he won't play much at fullback this year, but he can start out there next year. Freshman Vaughn Lusby has moved from right to let halfback and will start then Aggies Remain Eighth, Raiders 11th N«fttiw««t Arkansas TIMES, Tuw., Oct. 22, 1974 rAYITTIVILLI, ARKANSAS OSU,OU Lead College Rankings against Colorado State Saturday night at Little Rock. He ·eplaccs Barnabas White, who roke his ankle in the Texas ;amc. White and Bruce Mitchell are he only Porkers definitely out his week. Mitchell hurt his knee against Texas. Broyles noted, however, that Dennis Winston ivas "doubtful." Winston suf- erod a shoulder injury against Texas. Burns, who injured his elbow on a metal sideline object in he Texas game, made a remarkable recovery and prac- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Led by Ohio Slate and Oklahoma, the first eight teams in The Associated Press college ootball ratings held onto their positions today while Nebraska md Penn State climbed back nto the Top Ten and Arizona and North Carolina State dropped out. Ohio State remained No. 1 for the fifth week in a row with a 49-9 rout of Indiana. The Buckeyes received 50 first-place votes and 1,196 of a possible 1,210 points from a nationwide panel of sports writers and :iced Monday. "I couldn't pelleve it," said Broyles. "At 'irst, I thought he'd broken his arm." Asked about Colorado State, Broyles said, "If you want to see something, come over and look at 'he film of them. They're the leading passing team in the nation. "They tiave a receiver named Willie Miller who is averaging 20 yards a catch. He's a 27- year-old former Green Beret in V i e t n a m . T h e quarterback (Mark Driscall) is as g o o d a passer as we've seen. GOOD BACKS "Ron Harris is a great runner, and they have a 238- pound fullback (Kim Jones) to go with him. Colorado Slate lost two games by missing field goals at the end." The Rams, 2-3-1, tied a game 'when they missed an extra point with no time left on the clock. The extra-point try came from 35 yards out. because the whole team poured into the end zone to -mob Miller after he caught the tying touchdown pass against Brigham Young. So Colorado State could be 5-1. Still, Rhiddlehoover is glad to be facing a passing team again! "We played our best game against USC." said the tackle-turned-nose guard. "I like to rush the passer. "We know we've got the ability to beat anyone. We've just killed ourselves in three games with defensive breakdowns. A lot of times, it's just been a mistake by one player. That's what we've got to overcome. broadcasters. Runner-up Oklahoma drubbed Colorado 49-14 and picked up eight first-place ballots and 1,082 points. Last week, the Soon- crs trailed Ohio Slate 1,1601,020. Third-place Michigan received one first-place vote and 923 points after beating Wisconsin 24-20. Alabama, No. 4. trimmed Tennessee 28-6 and earned one first-place vole and 887 points. Auburn received the olher first-place vote and 99 points with a 31-22 triumph over Georgia Tech. Southern California. Notre Dame and T e x a s AM re- mained in the 6-7-8 positions. USC downed Oregon 16-7, Notre Dame walloped Army 48-0 and Texas AM blanked Texas Christian 17-0. Nebraska, .which was seventh in Ihe preseason ratings and got as high as fourlh before dropping down lo 12th following Us second setback, made it back up to ninth with a 56 0 shellacking of Kansas, which had been 13lh. Penn Slate, eighth in the preseason poll, skidded to 19th after losing to Navy early in the year but has been climbing back, gradually--lo 15th, llth and now 10th. The - Nittany Lions defeated Syracuse 30-14. Arizona and N.C. State, Nos. 9-10 last week, slipped to 16th and 17th, respectively. Arizona lost to Texas Tech 17-8 while N.C. State bowed to North Carolina 33-14. The complete Second Ten consists of Texas Tech, Florida, Texas, Arizona State, Maryland, Arizona, North Carolina State. Tulane. Miami of Ohio and California, which made the Top Twenty for the first time this year. The Bears replaced Kansas. Last week's Second Ten con- snnnimiiiiiJiiDiiininniiiiiinniiiiiiiuniiiitiinnii Beaver Level Autumnal Tennis Tourney Planned T h e Fayetteville Tennis \ssdcialion has slated its Fifth Autumnal Tennis Championship *or Saturday October 26 and Sunday October 27. Four livisions it competition has jeen scheduled: men's singles, women's singles, men's singles (35 and overt and m i x e c doubles. Entries should be mailed or phoned belore October 25. Mai sntries to FTA. 1532 East Shadqwridge Drive. Faycltc ville,' Arkansas 72701. Phone entries to 443-2301. Anyone is eligible for thL tournament. Trophies will be awarded to the winners a n d second place finishers and the winner of the consolation divi sion of the men's open singles. Teaching The New System Arkansas basketball c o a c h Eddie Sutton (in checked pants, left) and assistant Gene Keady (holding hall, right) explain a play to several Ra- zorhack hopefuls. The first six Arkansas practice sessions have lasted an average of three hours. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service H«w U«*d AnUnnM C*1«r · Black 6 Whltt Stoo*t*n » Towfrt fnm estimate* 751-7927 Til-Mst TK-tasn isted of Penn Stale, Nebraska, Kansas, Florida, Arizona State, exas, Texas Tech, Maryland, liami and Tulane. The Top Twenty j j. The Associated Press · Tip 'wenty college football teaiiis, vilh first-place votes in pare)it- cses, season record and total ·joints. Points tabulated -on iasis of 20-18-16-14-12-10-9-8-7-65-4-3-2-1: ' 1. Ohio State (50) 2. Oklahoma (8) 3. Michigan (1) 4. Alabama (1) 5. Auburn (1) 6. S. California 7. Notre Dame 8. Texas AM 9. Nebraska 0. Penn Slate 11. Texas Tech 2. Florida 13. Texas A. Arizona State -5. Maryland 16. Arizona 17. N. Caro. St. 18. Tulane 19. Miami, 0. 20. California 1 '6-0-0 1.J96 '5-0-0 1,082 6-0-0 $23 6-0-0 887 6-0,0 S99 4-1-0 628 ' 5-1-0 529 5-1-0 JOT 4-2-0 J55 5-1-0 4-1-: 5-1-0 . 4-2-0 4-1-0 4-2-0 5-1-0 6-1-0 5-0-0 5-0-1 5-1-0 .84 Others receiving votes, listed alphabetically: Baylor, Illinois, Kansas, Miami (Fla.). Mississippi Slate, North Carolina, Oklahoma State, Pitt, Purdue, San Diego State, Temple, UCLA, Wiconsin. 51/4% 7V4* We have i savings program and Interest rate to meet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. East Avenne Los Angeles Bidding For Olympic Show Against Moscow Beaver Lake level stood today at 1118.42 feet above sea level, up .02 from Monday. Engineers report that the generators are not being used. Grid Coach Quits WAlL-A WALLA; Wash.--Roy Thompson resigned as - head football coach at Whitman College, effective at the end of the school year next June. Bowling Crown BATTLE CREEK, Mich.-Don Johnson of Akron, Ohio defeated Johnny Petraglia of Brooklyn, N.Y.. by 190 pins in the finals of the $50.000 Buzz Fazio Open Bowling Tourney. VIENNA (AP) -- "We may be the underdogs, but I reckon we have a 50-50 chance of landing the Olympics," said Tom Bradley, the strapping mayor of Los Angeles. The lanky, 6-foot-4 mayor, a former quarler-miler and basketball player at UCLA, was in Vienna to lead his city's bid against Moscow for the right to hold 'the sports extravaganza in 1980. "We like to think we are the best equipped sports.city in the world," Bradley said prior to today's presentation 1 to the International Olympic Committee. Moscow was to follow with its presentation! Lake Placid, N.Y., the only city bidding for the 1980 Winter Olympics, also was scheduled to a p p e a r before the IOC. Decisions or sites for both the Summer and Winter Games were expectec from the IOC Wednesday. "We have not made any personal approaches to members /ffiestammt Giade D//V/A/G October--National Restaurant Month Tim's Pizza vith Schlitj ANGER! DON'T PUT SIGNS ON UTILITY POLES Every day, linemen climb utility poles to help keep your electric service at its best. But many poles have become so covered with metal nails and staples that it has created a safety hazard. Lineman depend on their "spurs"cutting into the wooden pole to provide sure-footed climbing. But if there ar« nails and staples in the pole, there'? a chance that a lineman's spurs will not dig into the wood. A serious accident can result. Please help our linemen to he/p you. Do not put signs on utility poles.'** Town Country Restaurant Open 24 Hrs.--7 Days Wk. Hwy. n ». (Old Pine«k« H«IM) 521.8686 SI. 2 JcSnon Rd. Foy«lt«vill«, Arle. BB BAR-B-QUE (3 Blacks South of Ozark Theater on 71 By Pass) Dining Rooms, Carry-Out, Sandwich** We Cater Large and Small Groups, Too! Ph. 442.9674 ll.» Weekdays, 11-10 p.m. Fri-Sat.-Sun.--Closed Toes. Closed Mon. at 3 p.m. Venesian Inn Hwy. 68 West -- Tontitown Open 4-9 (Closed .Sunday) BanlAmericard -- Matter Chirr* aa CHICKEN HOUSE Serving The World's Finest Fried Chicken Hwy. 71 N. Sprtagdale Jllarty Marys COACHMAN RESTAURANT 1212 N. College Colonial Village Meet your friends at (he COACHMAN RESTAURANT TUBS., thru Sat., 5 p.m. til 10 p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m. til 3 p.m. CHINESE STIAKS SHRIMPS Oiwn B-dflO P.M.' Sunday JlonSay RICE BOWK. Hlrtwar H2 North -- ««-M33 the IOC. We have done ev- ything in accordance with OC regulations, and I know we lall get a fair hearing," said radley. "I have no idea even nether the Pan-American vote n the IOC will go in our fair." While .the potential hosts pol- hed their presentations Monay, the IOC unanimously dopted a revised and sim- itied rule governing athletes' igibility for the Olympics. The international federations ·ill be "given a freer hand to ecide whether their own alh- eles are amateurs or not. But lere is no relaxation in the old ules forbidding an alhlele lo nake any financial gain from sorts, or to compete as an mateur in one sport if he is a rofessional in another. Back-Packing and Camping Specialist Hiking Booh Backpacks Tents Sleeping Bags Down Garments! 226 No. School Fayetteville 521-5820 Your County Judge Is in charge of County property (Ark. Const art. 7, sec. 28) Judge Vol Lester has shown you he's in charge! ,,Under Judge Vol Lester's^leadership the old Armory has become the Courthouse A n n e x , housing the county jail, juvenile court, and an office complex. Restoration of the courthouse has begun, wilh replacement of Ihe courthouse lower. All these projects have been completed without a tax increase through the sensible use of federal and local funds. Judge Vol Lester's leadeiship has produced these other improvements [ *T Construction of a new county health building to improve m e a n s of caring for your physical needs. jj/j*.ronslructionof a.new vault space addition to the courthouse building, to provide security for per- 'manent county records, C'onstruclionof a voting machine storage building to protect the machines authorized by a vote of the' people Bring th« Family and Dine In Comfort' or the Breakfast «:3«-IO:30 touch 11:30-2:00 Dinner 5:00-»:00 09 BUFFET 3 kinds of neat, ··sorted vegetables, salads, home made pies. Restaurant Will Owe 2 p.m. Sanity 2 | j Use of revenue sharing fundsto finance both above projects to avoid a tax increase and stretch your tax dollars, further. An index cardinvenlory system has been effected lo enable counly officials' to keep better track of your county equipment, I v\ A new counly Jail sought by dozens of grand juries in the basement of the courthouse annex where female and juvenile prisoners can be separated from -adult m K l e offenders. Judge Vol Lester can't run the jail; but he has provided the facililies-largely through federal funds-to stretch your tax dollars. Re-elect Judge Vol Lester A man you can trust

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