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October 28, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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mm TMTM '»'"»««« | n 'Breather' Aqainst CSU College Football Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS East Army 13, Holy Cross 10 9 Bounces Porkers' Way r Boston College 55, Villanova 7 Colgate 24, Lafayette 18 Columbia 38, Bucknbll 33 Connecticut 10, Massachusetts ) Harvard 17, Dartmouth 15 Lcliigh 35, Maine 26 New Hampshire 34, Northeastern 14 Pcnn 20, Princeton 18 Perm St. 21, West Virginia 12 Pittsburgh le, Navy 11 Rhode Island 13, Boston Univ 7 Rutgers 20, Air Force 3 Temple 21, Delaware 17 Yale 27, Cornell 3 Sonth Alabama 41, Texas Christian 3 Alcorn AM 23, Southern Univ 14 By HARRY KING LITTLE · HOCK (AP) - The Arkansas-Colorado Slate game ended slightly more than Comminutes deep in the first quarter. Arkansas had second down and seven at the CSU 27. Ike Forte carried for four yards and was hit hard. The ball squirted loose. Against Oklahoma Slate, Baylor or Texas, the ball would have been bounced wrong. But this was Colorado State -- Arkansas' 1974 breather. Tight end Doug Yoder caught the ball oti the first bounce and made seven additional yards. Three plays later, Forte scored the first of his two touchdowns and the Raxorbacks were their way to a 43-9 victory. Afler losses lo Baylor anc Texas, the triumph was much- iccded. The week prior to the CSU arne, members of Arkansas' *!o. 1 offense worked against ilaycrs on the No. 2 defense and the No. 1 defense practiced against the No. 2 offense. Arkansas Coach Frank Broylcs said lie could not remember following such a practice routine in his previous 16 years at Fayetteville. "The results of the ball garni convinced us that what we did last week was right," Broyles said. INJURY DRAWBACK The obvious drawback is the possibility of an injury. "We felt we had lo take that risk lo get back to the fundamentals," he said. "We talked all week about individua battles. You're not going to win every individual battle but we ricd to leach them to come jack and win (he next one. We ricd lo make llial part of their personality." For example, Jon Rbiddlchoo- yer had not been blocked all 'all by a member of .the "B" .cam. Last week, Uhiddlehoover incd up opposite center Richard LaFargue. "LaFargue blocked him unmercifully the first lime," Broyles said. "Then, Jon came back and wanted to take his head off." Broylcs said Ihe problem is one of numbers. He said the Razozrbacks probably have 40 fewer scholarship players on campus than they did a few years ago. The scholarship limit was reduced from 50 per year to 30 per year two years ago. Broylcs said the shortage ol players meant the few lha ere available were quickly vorn down. Thai, in lurn, neant Ihe varsity players could elax and still get the job done. Bad habits result. SAME ROUTINE Broylcs said the Razorbacks vould follow the same practice outine this week in preparing or Southwest Conference oppo- icnl Texas AM. The Aggies vhipncd Baylor 20-0 Saturday night lo remain unbeaten In Auburn 38, Florida St. 6 East Carolina 31, Dayton 6 . El on College 44, Catawba 7 Florida 30, Duke 13 Fordham 20, .Johns Hopkins 10 Georgia 24, Kentucky 20 Georgia Tech 27, Tulanc 7 Grambling 20, Jackson St. 13 Louisiana Tech 24. McNeeso St. 17 Maryland 20, No Carolina St. 10 Mississippi St. 56, Louisville 7 South Carolina 31, North Carolina 23 Tennessee 29, Clemson 28 Tennessee St. 17, Florida AM Tulsa 31, Tampa 21 Vanderbilt 24, Mississippi 14 Virginia 14, Wake Forest 0 Virginia Military 31, Williaf Mary 20 Virginia Tech 41, Richmond 7 West Carolina 28, Presbyterian 10 ' West Kentucky 34, East Ken- lucky 24 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Man., Oct. 28, 1974 league play. "They are physically as Midwest Arkansas St. 41, Southern Illinois 1C Bowling Green 28, Marshall Univ 3 Illinois St. 24, Northern Illinois 14 .' Iowa 14, Illinois 12 Iowa St. 22, Kansas 6 Kent State 51, Akron 14 Miami, Ohio 38, Toledo 22 Michigan 49, Minnesota 0 Michigan St. 31, Purdue 7 Missouri 30, Colorado 24 Nebraska 7, Oklahoma St. 3 Notre Dame 38, Miami, Fla 7 Oiiio St. 55, Northwestern 7 Oklahoma 63, Kansas St. Univ 0 South Dakota 37, North Dakota 24 Wisconsin 35, Indiana 25 strong a team as has teen in the league in a long time," Broylcs said. "You make a mistake and they score. You make another mislake and they score again and now they've ;ol you playing their game." Broyles talked last week about Colorado Slate's passing game. He was still impressed Sunday. The Rams completed 19 of 48 passes for 32D yards against the Razozrbacks. Broylcs said the Razorbacks used several different cover; ages and disguised their coverage until tht CSU quarterback began his snap count. He said that, at times, Arkansas used six defensive backs. Os obvious passing downs. Howard Sampson and Muskie Harris would replace the defensive ends. This, permitted Arkansas' swift half-' backs to cover SCU receivers running short routes. He said the game "will help us in more ways than one." YOUNG PLAYERS Broyles said that in today's football, there are so many freshmen and sophomores and "young players need for things to go right." He pointed out that All-American tackle Glen Ray Hincs played on the freshman team, was redshirted a year and then played sparingly his sophomore year before starting on two straight unbeaten teams. ' He had a lot invested in the program," Broyles said. Broylcs said Forte, who carried 20 times for 153 yards against CSU, injured his toe early in the third quarter. He also said that safety Tommy Harris suffered a head injury in the game. Forte carried nine times for (TIMESpholo By Ken Good) SHOWING HIS HEELS .. .to Colorado Stale's star middle guard Loren Mulkins (60) is Arkansas halfback Ike Forts (85). Guard Greg Koch 168) throws a block /or Forte, who gained 153 yards on 20 carries in the game Sonthwcst Arkansas 43, Colo St. Univ 9 East Texas St. 31, Stephen'F Austin 3 . Houston Univ 27, Cincinnati 6 Texas 27, Rice 6 Texas AM 20, Baylor 0 Texas Cal AI 42, Angelo St. 14 Texas'Tech 20, South Methodist 50 yards in Arkansas' first touchdown march in 11 plays. Minutes after Forte's first touchdown, l i n e b a c k e r Billy Burns recovered a fumble at t h e Rams' 11. Holland Fuchs scored on first down. ONLY CAPTAIN -· · . '· Ironically. Burns was Arkan, · . sas' only captain for the game. Broyles said it had b e e n a · - ' ; ,' "long, long time" since · ' , . / . . , ' . Razorbacks had only one game - c a p t a i n and that (TiMESphoio By Ken Good) deserved the honor. Doctors THE FIRM OF HARRIS AND HARRIS Far West Arizona St. 41, New Mexico 7 Boise St. 45, Northern Arizona 13 Brigham Young 37, Arizona 13 Drake. Univ 29, New Mexico St. 28 ' Idaho St. Univ 10, Weber St. 8 Montana 24, Portland SI. 14 Montana St. 35, Idaho 21 Nevada, Univ 8 LVegas 33, Hawaii San Diego St. 27, Long Beach Cal 31, Oregon St. St. 17 Soulhern 10 .. .combine to break up this CSU pass, one of 48 thrown by the Rams against Arkansas Saturday night. Muskie Harris, who intercepted a pass earlier, is number 20 and Tommy Harris wears number 4S. Choreographer /or this fitting trapeze number is Hogs secondary coach Hill Lewis said after the Texas game last week that Burns had a hyper- extended elbow and was doubtful for the Colorado State game. Instead, Burns did not miss one day's practice. Forte's second In Southwest Conference AM Still Unbeaten By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Halloween still isn't here but all signs point to a Texas-Texas AM showdown on national television for t h o Conference football Stanford 20, Washington St. 18 UCLA 28, California 3 Utah St. 21, West Texas St. 16 Washington 66, Oregon 0 Wyoming 31, Utah 13 Pro Football By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National FoolhaH League American Conference Eastern Division W New Eng. 6 Buffalo r Miami 5 NY Jets : Bait 1 L T Pet. PF PA 1 0 .857 193 105 1 0 .857 153 2 0 .714 140 6 0 .143 0 .143 Central Division Pitt 4 1 1 .750 Cinci 4 3 1 .571 101 82 111 118 161 132 -- - 181 135 Cleve 2 5 0 .286 121 184 Houston 2 5 0 .286 113 167 Western Division Oakland 6 1 0 .857 183 113 Denver 3 3 1 .500 146 143 Kan City 3 4 0 .429 113 124 San Diego 1 6 0 .143 S3 144 National Conference Eastern Division \V I, T Pet. PF PA S. Louis 7 0 0 1.000 172 104 Philphia 4 3 0 .571 128 86' Wash 4 3 0.571 134 101 Dallas 3 4 0 .429 103 107 NY Gianls 1 6 0 .143 68 141 Central Division Minn. 5 2 0 .714 154 98 Green Bay 3 4 0 .429 10B 126 Chicago 3 4 0 .429 95 91 Detroit 3 4 0 .429 103 107 Western Division L.A. 5 2 0 .714 134 87 New Orl. 3 4 0 .429 81 124 Atlanla 8 4 0 .333 53 84 San Fran 2 5 0 .236 96 167 Sunday's Gan»cs Buffalo 16, Chicago 6 Houston 34, Cincinnati 21 Cleveland 23, Denver 21 Detroit 19, Green Bay 17 Miami 17, Baltimore 7 Dallas 21, New York Gianls 7 Los Angeles 20, New York Jets 13 Southwest title the day after Thanksgiving. The Texas Aggies remained the only unbeaten SWC football club Saturday w i t h a convincing 20-0 defeat of Baylor in which the Cadets marched for 310 yards overland with nine backs averaging 5.1 yards per lap. AM is 3-0 and following a step to the rear are Texas. SMU, and Texas Tech--each owning 2-1 ledgers. Tech, which defeated Texas in September but was later winning touchdown Saturday in mauled by the Aggies, converted a blocked punt i n t o the a 20-17 victory over hard- scrapping Southern Methodist. Baylor of course, is still in the Bears took a severe physi- the Bear stook as evere physical beating from the Aggies The Bears of Coach Granl Tcaff have played such teams Missouri, Oklahoma State and Oklahoma and Teaff sait AM "is as physical as any team we've played." HORNS SURVIVE Defending champion Texa outlasted a scrappy Rice buncl 27-6 but 'the Longhorns canno afford another slipup like the one at Lubbock against the Ret Raiders. In other SWC games over thi weekend, Houston defeated Cin 10 New England 17, Minnesota 14 New Orleans 14, Philadelphia St. Louis 23, Washington 20 Kansas City 24, San Diego 14 Oakland 35, San Francisco 24 Monday's .Game Atlanta at Pittsburgh, N Hogs Far Back In LSU Tourney BATON ROUGE. La. (AP) -- 3ruce Douglass of Murra; State took individual honors i the LSU Invitation Golf Tourna rrient, setting a tournamen record with his six-undcr-pa 207 for the 54 holes. LSU golfers S t a n Lee an Mike Schroder tied for secon with 209s, and Jim Holmes LSU was next with 210. Louisiana State won Ih three-day tourney Sunday wit a record team total of 1,06; two under par. LSU was followed by Texa with a team score of l,08 r Memphis State 1,099, Oral Rob erts 1,113, Murray State 1,11 Illnois State 1,120, Universit of New Orleans 1,141, Souther Mississippi 1,143, Tulane 1,14 Arkansas 1.15Z and Michiga 1,165. nnati 27-C, Arkansas ripped olorado Slate 43-9, and Ala- ama defeated Texas Christian -3. TCU's Kent Aldrep under- ent surgery because of a spin- vertebra in the game and ospital Sunday night in Birlingham. He fractured a ceric- vctebra in the game and as listed in serious condition. Rebounding Arkansas tests the Aggies Saturday in Kyle Field. All that's left for the Razorbacks is a spoiler role with a 1-2 record. No team with two losses has ever won the SWC title. Baylor is at Texas Christian and Texas Tech at Rice while the Longhorns host the Mus tangs in Memorial Stadium Houston is at Georgia in an in terseclional clash. touchdown made it 21-0, still in the first eriod. He also broke loose for 17 yards to the CSU one ;et up Fuchs' second touchdown .hat made it 37-9 at the half. Broyles said Forte "runs :ot like Bill Burnett near 5oal or on short yardage, .wists, turns, dives and pivots." Arkansas' final touchdown came on a nine-yard run by Jerry Eckwood, the much-heralded freshman who making his Razorback Eckwood only played two series and carried four times yards. Broyles said Eckwood, underwent treatment during the summer for a disc problem, still was hampered by a lack of strength in his right ankle. He said he was "very confident" Eckwood would be fully recovered soon. Salukis Make Things Easy For Indians CARBONDALE, 111. (AP) The Arkansas State University made it easy for the Indians here Saturday. Southern Illinois University could do nothing against ASU defenders until the Indians were "Our defense Just totally con. with two penalties early in the two plays later. Minutes later, at the 12 -and once -again SIU jumped offsides. Willie Harris, who rushed for 179 yards, scored from the three. A G2 yard run by Harris got position hole and Joe Duren's 27-yard field goal made it ' ' touchdown that put ASU on top 24-0 at the half. EVEREST . JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS TO 10" RENTALS * SAUS Fayetttville Druf ANGER! DON'T PUT SIGNS ON UTILITY POLES Every day, linemen climb utility poles lo help keep your electric service at Us best. But many poles have become so covered with metal nails and staples that it has created a safety hazard. Linemen depend on their "spurs" cutting intotha wooden pole to.provide sure-footed climhing. But if there are nails and staples in the pole, there's a chance ,that.a linemarteispurs will not dig Into the wood. A serious accident can result. Please hefp our linemen to help you. Do not put signs on utility poles! Take a good friend to lunch. P»op/« ·WTHWIIT1MH CLECTftIC MWIH COMPANY There's no friend like a good friend. The smoothest Kentucky Bourbon you'll ever know. .11MIOH1 60U8BDH NHISW · 85 MOW · © 1974 ttO CHWmR DIS1. CO., lOUlSVlllf, CT. Re-Elect Mayor Russ Piirdy Help Him Work For You For A Better Fayetteville Check the record. Fayetteville's progress in every important area of municipal -affairs over the last few years is not by accident-. It has taken conscientious, and constant leadership, the kind Mayor Russ Purdy provides. City streets, for instance: more miles of better quality streets have been laid than ever before. Other Achievements Include: * Open Door Policy * Better Parks and r ' Recreational of Administration Facilities ^-Improved Garbage Pick Up ^·Improvement In Fire and Police Equipment Let's Work Together f®r Progress and Improvement VOTE FOR RUSSELL T. PURDY Position No. 6 -- Fayetteville City Board of Directors Pol. Adv. Paid For by Ernie Jacki

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