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October 24, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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Northwert Arkanias TIMES, Thura., Oct. 24, 1974 Springdale Picked Over FHS Dogs; FS Southside Should Drop Bears Both Clubs Face Tough Tests Woodland, Ramay In Action By HARRY KING LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The jumbled race in Region 7AA should clear a little this week. Ashdown, Camden, Magnolia and Fairview are tied for the top spot with 3-1 league records. Crossett is 3-2 and Hope is 2-3. Friday night. Ashdown is at Camden; Fairview is at Cros ictt and Hope is at Magnolia. Camden had better be able to stop Ashdown-quarterback John Pickett. Pickett threw three touchdown passes and . scored twice in a 40-26 victory over Mena last week. Camden won a big game last week, knocking off Crossett 8-0. When in doubt, pick the home earn. CAMDEN 14, ASHDOWN 13. Fairview a n d Magnolia should remain tied for the league lead with the Camden- Ashdown winner. FAIRVIEW 13, CROSSETT 7. MAGNOLIA 21, HOPE 13. The biggest game in AAAA matches third - ranked North Little Hock Northeast against eighth-ranked Little Rock Hall. Northeast is 3-1 in league play and Hall is 2-2. Hall has been impressive lately, losing by one point to top- ranked Little Rock Parkview Skins Get Nod Over St. Louis NEW YORK (AP) - Okay, class. It's time for a history lesson. Ages ago, even before the time of Pete Rozelle and the National Football L e a g u e , somebody dreamed up the saying "history repeats itself." So let's take a look a history and see if you can figure out the outcome of Sunday's game 49ERS 13. LOS ANGELES (4-2) at NEW in the NFL between the St. Louis Cardinals, the only unbeaten team after six weeks of play, and the Washington Redskins. The Cardinals upset the favored Redskins 17-10 five weeks ago. but since George Allen became Washington's coach in 1971, the Redskins have never lost both regular season games to another team in the National Conference East. So you can see that 'history will repeat itself regardless of the outcome. The catch is to figure out the specific part of history that's going to be repeated. Now that the lesson is over, let's pause to report that the old Pro Pigskin Picker has finally gotten above 70 per cent for the season because of a 10:3 showing last week..That makes it 54-23-1 over-all for .701. And here's the homework as- YORK JETS (1-5): The last time James Harris, the new LA quarterback, visited Shea Stadium was his first start in the N1TL. That was as a rookie in 1969 for the then-hapless Buffalo Bills. The score was 33-19, which could be the score this time, too ... RAMS 33, JETS and beating Pine Bluff lasl week. Northeast cannot afforc to be caught looking ahead to next week's game with unbeat en Little Rock Central. NLR NORTHEAST 17, LR HALL 15. Fort Smith Southside is still looking for its first victory over crosstown rival Northside and this may be- the ' week the Rebels break through. Southside lost to Texarkana last week and Northside was beaten by Northeast, but neither should have any trouble getting up for this one. Northside has lost five straight and does not figure to stop that streak against the Rebels. FS SOUTHSIDE 14, FS NORTHSIDE 7. Last week's record was 31-14, a percentage of .688, The season record is 231 right and 101 wrong. H°re are other predictions involving AAAA, AAA and AA teams: LR Central 20, El Dorado 7; NLR Ole Main 13, Helena 7; Pine Bluff 14, Jonesboro 6; Benton 15, Sylvan Hills 6; Jack- Tlie Woodland Cowboys are f l y i n g high and the Ramay Indians hope to remain that way as both teams check into important junior high grid contests tonight. Woodland lakes to the home turf for a battle with Springdale Southwest while Ramay travels lo Springdale foi a battle with Springdale Central. T h e Woodland Cowboys eliminated mistakes, got good offensive blocking and some sound defensive play to knock off Siloam Springs 14-0. It was the first victory of the year for Woodland. This week's opponent, South west, should be a much toughei cookie, but by the same token Woodland should be a much ilh Curtis Mahone at tailback nd a talented Todd Darter at uarlcrback. Between the two us some important help from ackfieldcrs B o b b y Fills, ackie Eiland and Daren ohnson the Tribe should move he ball. The Indian defense is no aughing matter either. Ramay pponents have seldom seen the oal line this season and if Doug Baird, Bobby Wallis, Billy belter team. Last week's wi should . give the Pokes a Ire mendous boost in morale am a good bit more offensive confi den"e. Tailback Joe West should b the workhorse again this wee' with some quarterback big help fron Brett Parker an fullback Mike Hudspelh. Bot West and Hudspeth broke .Ion gainers through the Siloam defense and could easily do s again. The option produce plenty of outside room fo Parker and West while Hud speth kept the middle hones with his inside running. Central features size, powe and t a l e n t . They'll put th Ramay Indians to a real test. imith, milh. Bob abyrtinM w Bobby Martin. Brelt iarlon, Gregg Hall and David Elam haye anything to say about it Central will spend the evening locked on their side o he 50. Gametime for both contests 7:30. THE WOODLAND LINEUPS Offense SE -- Trent Trumbo ilT -- Rice Brewer RG --Billy Hodnett C -- Mike Jones LG -- Brad Cole LT .-- Billy Murray TE -- Malcom McPhearson 'B -- Brett Parker B -- Joe West FB -- Mike Hudspeth WB -- Jay Trumbo Defense DE -- Malcom McPhearson DT -- Ed Powell LB -- Bill Swetzer LB -- Billy. Murray DE -- Rice Brewer DT _ Mike Hudspeth NM -- Joe West MM -- Brad Cole B -- Max Thomas B -- Greg Montez S -- Jay Trumbo RAMAY Offense E -- Ty Hoskins T - Wendell Harris G -- Melton Newman C -- Mike Dillard G -- Bobby Martin T -- Doug Baird TE -- Eddie Nichols QB -- Todd Darter FB -- Jackie Eiland WB -- Bobby Pitts TB -- Curtis Mahone Defense ' DE -- Bobby Wallis DT -- Doug Baird NM -- Billy Smith DT -- David Elam LB T- Bobby Martin LB -- Brett Garton MM -Greg Hall HB -- Eddie Sugg HB -- Darin Johnson S -- Todd Darter Back-Packing and Camping Specialist Hiking Boots Backpacks Tents Sleeping Bags Down Garments. 226 No. School Fayetteville 521-5820 19. BALTIMORE (1-5) at MIAMI (4-2): Wonder why Miami is favored by 15 points? Anyway . . DOLPHINS 28. COLTS 13. PHILADELPHIA (4-2) at NEW ORLEANS (2-4): If the Saints could just play Atlanta every time they might be unbeaten this year, but the Eagle is a bigger bird than the Falcon ..'. EAGLES 24, SAINTS 17. HOUSTON (1-5) at CINCINNATI (4-2): Somebody recently described the Oilers as an accident about to happen. But the Bengals will win by design, not accident . . . BENGALS 26, OILERS 13. sonville 13, LR McClellan 12; Springdale 20. Fayetteville Rogers 13, Russellville Wynne 19. Forrest City West Memphis 14, Marianna 7; Bentonvile 13, Mountain Home 7; Harrison 19, Huntsville 14; Van Buren 22, Siloam Springs 14; Mer.a 14. Alma 8, and Dardanelle 13, Subiaco 12. Paris 14, Ozark 7; Greenwood 13, Waldron 7: Batesville 20, Trumann 19; Osceoia 14, Gosnell 6; Rivercrest 19, Newport 14; Para : ould 26, Pocahontas 13; Doniphan, Mo., 7, Greene County Tech 6; Brinkley 20, Clarendon 7, Stuttgart 27, DeW- U 14; Marvell 13, Hughes 8; 3arle 14, Marion 6; Dollanvay 20, Warren 19, and Morrilton 13, Lake Hamilton 7. Watson Chapel 19, Monticello 17; Bryant Searcy 14, Cabot 7; Lakeside 37, White Hall 16; Lonoke 19, lignment: WASHINGTON (4-2) at ST. LOUIS (6-0): Speaking of teaching and sayings, you know what experience is best at. So, with that in mind, let's figure that the experience' that Sonny Jurgensen, Billy Kilmer and Washington's Over - The - Hill Gang have, will pay off ... REDSKINS 23, CARDINALS 20. NEW ENGLAND (5-1) at MINNESOTA (5-1): The Vikings have had their letdown for the first half of the season . . VIKINGS 24, PATRIOTS 17. CHICAGO (3-3) at BUFFALO (5-1): The Bills can take over first place in the American Conference East with a victory over the Bears and some help from the Vikings BEARS 13. OAKLAND (5-1) FRANCISCO (2-4): BILLS 20 ape. 13, AHheimer 7; at SAN The Raiders have won five straight, the 49ers have lost five straight. After Sunday, it should he six and six ... RAIDERS 34, DENVER (3-2-1) at CLEVE,AND (1-5): The Bronco's ·"loyd Little is starting to hit lis stride, so Denver now has a cavalry attack plus the artil- ery from Charley Johnson and Steve Ramsey .. . BRONCOS 24, BROWNS 13. GREEN BAY (3-3) at DETROIT (2-4): Now that the Lions have found out how to roar, winning could get contagious at Detroit . .. LIONS 24, PACKERS 13. DALLAS (2-4) vs. NEW YORK GIANTS (1-5) at New Haves, Conn.: This could be the place to pick an upset, if the Giants hadn't done it when the two clubs met earlier .. . COWBOYS 24, GIANTS 16. KANSAS CITY (2-4) at SAN DIEGO (1-5): Not too long ago the Chiefs would have been a prohibitive favorite. Now it's just three points. Guess the oddsmakers haven't given up on Jan Stenerud's toe, but we CHARGERS 17, (2-4) at PITTSBURGH (4-1-1): Sherman set Atlanta aflame more than 100 years ago. This time -- in the Monday night game -- Pittsburgh will be fired up STEELERS 35, FALCONS 22. England 14; Arkadelphia Malvern 21; Hamburg Dumas 13; Star City 20, Eudora 7, and McGehee 23, Fordyce 20. Go F. H. S. Bulldogs Beat Springdale! ~ Homecoming Friday, October Bull To Start; Burns Named Team Captain Arkansas Linebacker Billy Burns, who suffered a badly bruised arm during last week's game the Texas Long- have CHIEFS 15. ATLANTA Mr. Bass Tourney Begins Sunday On Lake Dardanelle By AUBREY SHEPHERD Some 36 contestants from all carts of Arkansas will vie for the title of Mr. Bass of Arkansas this Saturday and Sunday on Lake Dardanelle, near Russellville, Arkansas. Observers from all over the state will be on hand to keep the tournament anglers honest and to record the events that are to lead to the selection of the first Mr. Bass of Arkansas. - Tournament director Porter Everett of Little Rock's Bass- line Pro Shop announced the tournament lake selection at 400 p.m. Wednesday. The "mystery lake" was a well- guarded secret which had kept the interest of Arkansas anglers ever since t h e qualifying rounds for Mr. Bass-Bass B u d d y Tournaments--began last spring. Contestants are permitted to fish on Lake Dardanelle for practice this Friday. A 5:30 get- a c q u a i n t e d party a t t h e Ramada Inn at the intersec ton of Highways 7 and 40 will starl the weekend's fun, to pe ended on Sunday night by a 4:30 p.m banquet and awards ceremony. Tournament fishing hours are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 6 a m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. F.ach contestant is allowed to bring in 10 black bass of at leas 12 inches length lor weighing each day. The observers in each boal are to fish for in dividual prizes, also, as long as their fishing does not Inter fere with the activities of tn- contestants. Ten men from Northwes Arkansas have qualified for th Mr Bass of Arkansas classic Reportedly, Max Hogan o .pringdale, Bruce Myers Fayetteville, Murray Lewis " ' Roger Mhoon Bill Bowlin Bob Wright Odis Hash B i l l ' s qualified. Hogan, is pringdale is not Inals, because he fishing the is involved n administering the Northwes 1 \rkansas Bassmasler's Open 'ourney this Sunday. T h o s e oing are Bob Carnes of .pringdale, ·ayetteville, 'ayetleville, 'ayetteville, jpringdale. According to Bob Carnes. Bill arnes Is to fish the finals, but horns, will be captain for the Razorbacks during Saturday's game against the Colorado state Rams. "Billy was hurt against Texas when he hit a metal ob- ect on the sidelines." Arkansas loach Frank Broyles said. ...He shouldn't have practiced or weeks. However, he was out lere on Monday plugging away, his outstanding effort, I lave made him captain for this week." Scott Bull will be the starting quarterback Saturday. Broyles announced. Broyles said the team had looked good this week in prac- Jcc. "I am very much satisfied with the regrouping effort made by the team," he' said. "The individual competitive drills this week have been a Io1 of determination. I think that will help us this week. The want to win. and I feel they have learned not to get dis couraged when Ihey don't win.' Offensive guard R. C. Thiele mann will miss the remaining practices this week due to a Freddie is itaying home, although he is Freddie, like Max a member of the *JWA Bassmasters and must iay the entry fee for that club's Sunday open tourney whether fishes it or not. The Mr. Bass qualifying rounds were all buddy tournaments--that is, people picked heir own friends and t h e y fished together as a team. But .he Mr. Bass Arkansas finals are individual competition, which means that each contestant will be solely responsible 'or picking his fishing location Many times good fisherman are sluck in the back of the boat all day while catch all the sprained ankle, but Broyles in dicated that Thielemann woulc play Saturday. Broyles confirmed halfbacl Jerry Eckwood's playing statu: Wednesday. "Jerry w i l l defi nitely play although he is stil not at fullspeed," the coacl said. Mike Campbell will start a noseguard while Jon Rhidd lehoover will he at defensiv tackle against the Rams. Ther is a good chance, though, tha Rhiddlehoover will switch t noseguard against Texas A two weeks from now. their partners fish. Only the observers are likely to have this prr/Dlem Classic. · According in the Arkansas to tournament director Porter Everett, next year's qualifying tournaments will be set up on a slightly different basis, w i t h entrants bringing their own partners and having their catches weighed together, but fishing separately to avoid the criticism that often attends bass buddy contesls. Davidson Praises ASU Efforts JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) -- Footoall Coach Bill Davldso had praise for his Arkansa Slate University Indians after two-hour practice Wednesday. Davidson said that in the pa two games the Indians hai allowed only 45 yards on th ground. Against Lamar, the Indian allowed only five legitima first downs and 82 yards in t tal offense, he said. Davidsv described that performance a "almost unreal." The Indians play Southern I linois Saturday. HARMON PLAYF1ELD 7:30 P.M. Team Picture--Fayetteville High School Bulldogs This Is "Purple and White Week" · ANNUAL HOMECOMING PARADE 4 p.m. Friday On the Square OPEN HOUSE FOR FORMER LETTERMEN 6 to 7 p.m. Friday At Youth Center Let's Win This One! Sponsored By the Following Fayetteville High School Boosters Evelyn Hills Shopping Center College Club Dairy Goodyear Service Store First National Bank First Federal Savings Loan Mcllroy Bank Eason Co., Insurance Gabbard Paint Fayetteville Sheet Metal Bryce Davis Co, Real Estate Coleman Dairy Products Enterprise Sight Sound Hanna Marine Swift's Jewelry

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