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2C · Northwest Arkcmwi TIMES, Sun., Oct. 27, 1974 FAYKTT1VILLK, AMKANIA* Davis Gains 143 Yards USC Nails Oregon State Mich. Takes Little Brown Jug 49-0 Police Make Several Arrests V LOS ANGELES (AP )- Anthony Davis, Southern Cal's 5- Ioot-9 tailback, slashed through Oregon State 26 times tor 143 yards and scored twice to set a Pacific-8 Conference touchdown record as the Trojans whipped the stubborn Beavers 31-10 Sat- tirday. The high-stepping s e n i o r scored the Trojans' first touchdown on a 13-yard tackle-breaking run late in the second period. It was the 41st of his career and it broke the record of 40 set by California's Duke Morrison from 1920-1922 in the fore- runner of the Pacific-8 Conference. Oregon State, a four-touchdown underdog,led the Trojans 10-0 until Davis scored and the Trojans went ahead to stay with only 21 seconds left in the second quarter when quarterback Pat Haden passed eight yards to end Jim Obradovich. A 30-yard field goal by Chris Limahelu put Southern Cal ahead 17-10 early in the third quarter and Davis romped 11 yards through left tackle for a game clinching 24-10 lead. Oregon State quarterback Al vin White, who shocked the na- tionally sixlh ranked Trojans wilh a 43-yard touchdown pass o Lee Overton in the first quarter, had his team at the USC 48 late in the third period when he threw a pass that was tipped at the line of scrimmage. It was intercepted by Marvin Cobb and the Trojan corner- back returned 22 yards to the Oregon State 41. Six running plays later the Trojans scored on Davis' second touchdown run and the Trojans were well on their way to their fifth victory i n s i x g a m e s . Player Leads Wills Open Despite Demonstrations Nightman Cup A Disaster By U.S. Entry TDEESIDE, wales AP) -- A Belated doubles victory Saturday by Julie Heldman and Mpna Schallau salvaged something from the wreckage of America's 1974 Wighlman Cup tennis quest and prevented a whitewash at the hands of a young and aggressive British women's team. "Misses Heldman and Schallau beat Virginia Wade and Glynis Coles 7-5, 6-4 in the last match of this series. But the British happily walked off with the trophy by six matches to one-their biggest victory in the 50- year-old tournament. It was only the eighth time since the series started in 1923 that Britain won the Cup. The last time was in 1968 at Wimbledon. And the result was the biggest British victory since 1924, when they also won 6-1. All other British victories had been by narrow 4-3 margins. The result, Miss Wade exclaimed, "surpssed my wildest dreams". And Miss Heldman, the American captain, gracefully, said: "The British girls played really well." Miss Wade, the Britih captain and a veteran of 10 Wightman Cup clashes, had been hoping for a clean sweep. The Americans have done this to Britain seven times In the past, the last coming in 1953. .There were three matches on Saturday's program--two singles and the doubles. The overall result had already been de cided in Britain's favor, since the home girls had won four matches Thursday and Friday. Miss Coles, a 20-year^bId for mer British junior champion man series, started the day with a 6-0, 6-4 victory over New York's Miss Heldman. And Miss Wade, first in Britain's national tennis rankings, over whelmed Janet Newberry from La Jolla, Calif. 6-1, 6-3 in the second singles. The final doubles was a sad anticlimax for the 3,000 fans who were hoping for a Britisl shutout. Mis s Heldman, deter mined to have at least one match, was In her best form o the week and was backed up well by Miss Schallau of lov City, Iowa, playing in her firs Wightman Cup series. The British pair evident!; suffered from over-reaction t the previous heady events o the series and were too loose By contrast, the American pai pUyed tightly and, despite th close score, always looked o top. On Thursday, Miss Wad beat Miss Heldman 5-7, 9-7, 6 and Miss Coles defeated Mif Newberry 4-6, 6-1. 6-3. Qn Friday, Sue Barker d feated Jeanne Evert of For Lauderdale, Fla. 4-8, 6-4, 8 and the British pair of Lesle Charles and Sue Mappin ove came Miss Newberry and Bets Nagelson of St. Petersburi Fla. 4-6, -2, 6-1. Braves, Brewers Begin Formal Trade Talks ATLANTA (AP) -- The A lanla Braves and Milwauke Brewers have begun formal n gotialions on a possible trade home run king Hank Aaron, th Atlanta Journal-Constilution r ported in Sunday's editions. T h e newspaper quote Braves vice president Edd Robinson as confirming the r port. Robinson said that talks ha begun with the Milwaukee clu and "we'll talk some more th week when we reach Colorac Springs." General managers of league teams will meet in th Colorado city beginning Su day. Aaron ended a 21-year carei with the Braves this seaso smashing the all-time home ru record and lifting his total 733. The 40-year-old slur has i die s ted he would consider pi a ing in no other city than M waukee, where he darted h career In 1954. Bout Wfigh In KINSHASA, Zaire (AP) World heavyweight champio George Foreman and challen er Muhammad All were ofi daily weighed tn on Saturda for their Oct. 30 title fight. All weighed in first at 2 pounds and Foreman was 220 Brigham Young Defeats 15th Rated Arizona TUCSON, Ariz, (AP) -- Gary .eide rifled four first-half uchdown passes and the Brigam Young defense held off a cond half charge by 16th mked Arizona for a 37-13 up- jt victory in Western Athletic onference play Saturday. Sheide built a 2B-7 lead in the rst half with his accurate assing. Two of the scores in le regionally televised, game arne following interceptions of rizona passes. Brigham Young moved yir- ually at will during the first jlf behind Sheide's throwing, ith flanker John Betham and ailback Jeff Blanc catching wo scoring tosses each. Sheide threw 34 times, com- leting 19 for 279 yards and five iuchdowns. He was not inter- epted. Arizona scored on the first eries in the game, with quar- erback Bruce Hill hitting split nd Scott Piper on a 50-yard ass play. But then, the BYLT defense Ramirez, Vilas Reach Finals TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- Paul amirez of Mexico beat Sween's teen-age star Bjorn Borg, le No. 2 seed, 6-0, 6-1, Satur- ay. in a men's singles seminal match at the $100,000 Ar- amehr professional tennis cup xjurnament. In the other semifinal, Guil ermo Vilas of Argentina beal Irazizlian Thomas Koch 6-0, 6-3 Ramirez will meet Vilas in Sun "ay's finals. Ramirez produced strong erves and volleys to get al ames in the first set, which asted only 20 minutes. Borg's nly victory came In the fourth ame of the second set, which asted 25 minutes. Doubles pair Vilas and Manu I Orantes of Spain beat Ameri :ans Eddie Dibbs and Harolc Solomon 6-4, 7-5 in the semi inals to reach Sunday's final gainst Ramirez and Brian Jottfried of the United States vho beat Koch and Francoi. Jauffret of France 7-5, 6-4. Greenbriar Angler Leads Bass Tourney RUSSELLVILLE _ .Terr Williams of Greenbriar weighe in 18 pounds, eight ounces o bass to lead the field of 29 i the first round of the two-da Mr. Bass of Arkansas Classi at Lake Dardanelle. The conte^ began Saturday morning. Jerry said he fished 45 mill up river from Dardanelle Da to lake the ead oversecondg to take the lead over secon place Tim Milligan by thre pounds, one ounce. FayettevilleVi Roger Mhoo caught 11 pounds, three ouno Close behind Roger wa Springdale's Bob Carnes wi 11 pounds, one ounce. Bill Bowling of Rogers w; in 12th place after day on followed by Fayetteville's Bruc Myers in 13th place. Bruce ha the day's second largest fis to end the day in f i f t h plac at five pounds, eight ounces. Bob Wright, also of Roger was 15th at the end of the fir day. Fourteenth place went to th only woman in the Mr. Ba: tournament. Carol Massey Little Rock. Carol's husban Bill, fishing in another boa finished 16th. Five of Ihe 29 fishermen Ihe tournament had no fis m e a s u r i n g twelve inche Tournament action ends foda at 3:30 p.m. with Mr. Bass Arkansas to be crowned aflc the weigh-in. Harvard Unbeaten HANOVER, N.H. (AP) Halfback Alky Tsitsas rushe for two touchdowns and Ji Curry kicked a fourth-quart field goal Saturday to kci Harvard unbeaten in the Ii League with a 17-15 footba victory over defending leagi champion Dartmouth. Curry's 22-yard field go proved, to be the winning scor Dartmouth scored with 1:22 r malning in the game and g the two-point conversion move within two points of tr Crimson, ree times on inter- lions and once on a fumble. YU safety Gary Shaw inter- pted twice, including a touch- wn saver In the end zone. Arizona came on with a rong pass rush in the second alf. harassing Sheide and cut- ng down his effectiveness. Memphis Dogs Rampage Past North Texas DENTON, Tex. CAP) - Bob- Ward took the opening kick- f 57 yards to set up Memphis ate's first touchdown and a ocked punt led to another core late in the first halt as e Bulldogs surged to a 41-0 ctory over North Texas State aturday. Ward's return to the NTSU 25 et up a three-run scoring run ANN ARBOR. Mich. (AP) Wingback Gil Chapman scored two touchdowns while tailbacks Rob Lytle and Gordon' Bell combined for 289 yards rushing to lead third-ranked Michigan to a 49-0 Big Ten football victory over Minnesota Saturday. Chapman scored on a 29-yard run In the first quarter and on a five-yard scamper in the third as the Wolverines coasted to their fourth conference triumph without a loss, and ran thtir over-all mark to 7-0. Minnesota dropped to 1-3 in the Big Ten and 3-4 over-all. It was the 57th battle for the "Little Brown Jug," with Michigan pleasing the homecoming crowd of more than 96,000 by taking the prize for the seventh consecutive time. The Wolverines' offensive line mauled the Gophers' defense, Opening massive holes for Lytle and Bell. The duo, alternating in the tailback slot, combined for 202 yards rushing in the first half alone, Michigan scored twice In the second period, fullback Chuck Heater plunging over from the one and Bell diving in from two yards out. Quarterback Dennis Franklin, in and out with an ankle injury, threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to Jim Smith in the third period on the first play after Tom Drake intercepted a Tony Dungy pass. Substitute quarterback Mark Elzinga added a 50-yard touchdown run in the final period on the first play after another Drake interception, while freshman fullback Scott Corbin concluded the scoring with a two- yard plunge. SYDNEY, Australia (AP) -Saying the round was the toughest of his career, South African Gary Player brushed aside shouts and taunts by demonstrators and fired a 70 Saturday to move into the third-round lead of the $46.000 Wills Masters golf tournament. Police arrested several of the black and white anti-apartheid demonstrators who booed and heckled the South African, held up signs reading "Go home racist" and attempted to damage three green on the 7,148- yard Australian Golf course. "I have never had anything like this before," Player said. "I have just got to accept it, but it is not going to alter my plans for the future." A protestor coughed loudly at the first tee to distract Player. At the fourth hole, a dozen d e m o n s t r a t o r s chanted: "Blacks can't watch golf in South Africa." Later, a Player supporter punched one demonstrator, knocking him to -the ground. At least 13 demonstrators were arrested. Player said ho felt sorry for his two playing partners, American Tom Kite and Australian David Graham, because he felt they nlso wcro disturbed. Kile, the tourney leader following Friday's second round, ballooned to a 77 Saturday and a total of 214, dropping to sixth place. Player's 70 gave him a 54- hole total of 210, six under par. One shot back were Australians Ted Ball and Jack Newton, while Graham finished two strokes behind Player. To Celebrate the Opening of Our Rogers Store Run Moon. Late in the first half, a par- ally blocked North Texas punt ent just 20 yards to the Eagle 2 and four plays later quarler- ack David Fowler hit James lompson for a touchdown with 9 second left. Moon made a wo-point conversion to give the ulldogs a 14-0 halftime lead. North Texas was outgained nly 328 to 276 by the Bulldogs espite the one-sided score as Memphis State, now 5-2 for the eason, took advantage of most f its opportunities. North «xas fell to i-5-i. : A 42-yard pass from Fowler i i Thompson late in the third! uarter to the one-yard line set up MSU's third TD from that oint on a run by Jay Verna. The Bulldogs scored three more times in the final period, n a 30-yard run by Terdell liddleton, a 97-yard punt re- urn by Keith Wright and a six- ard run with less than a min- te left by Zepky Butler. Wright's return was a Memphis tate school record Vandy Decks Ole Miss Rebs In SEC Contest NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Jamie O'Rourke scored twice and Jay Chesley scooted 66 yards for another score on an interception return derbilt decked Ole as Miss Van- 24-24 Saturday in a Southeatern Conference football game. The victory was Vandy's first over Ole Miss extended the since 1951 and Rebels' losing skid this season to four games. Ole Miss, off to its worst start in 25 years, is 2-5. Vandy, now 4-2, never trailed but Ole Miss tied the core 1414 late in the second quarter after the Commodores made two turnovers deep in their own territory. Chesley ran untouched down the sideline for his score in the first quarter. O'Rourke scored his first touchdown in the second quarter on a 10-yard r u n . 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