Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 11, 1976 · Page 17
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Timeout Call Burns Brewers '· MILWAUKEE CAP) - Doi Money's bases-loaded home run was minified by a controversial ·,, LimcouL call by New York in · the last of Ihe ninth inning mid the Yankees, boosted by a five... r u n rally in the lop of the in* ning, hung on lo beat t h e . Mil- M'uukcG Hrewcrs 9-7 Saturday. The Brewers f i l l e d the bases with none out in the n i n t h and Don Money followed with an apnarcnl ·game-winning grant slam for Milwaukee. However, · New York Manager Billy Mar~ tin charged onto the Held, con- · Lending first, base umpire Jim · McKcan had called time out be^ fore the jiilch. The Yankees won the argument and the play · ers were called h a c k lo the "- field as Ihe Brewers vigorous!) 1 protested. · Money then was retired on · short fly lo right field and · George Scott followed M r i t h i sacrifice fly lo center as the ' Brewers closed to within H-Y. :' Ken Brell then replaced Pagan ; and retired Darrcll Porter on a ' game-ending ground ball to sec'. ohd amid a chorus of boos as ;· tans littered the field with de ^ bris. · Brewers add: debris. Before the wild home halt of ' the ninth, Chris Chambliss dou: bled home two inns ; scored the go-ahead run on a ; triple by Lou Piniella as New ; York rallied to take a 9-6 lead. ; STOHMEU BACK : Piniella and Roy White : slammed three hits apiece for , the Yankees, who stormed back : (rotn a G-0 deficit after six in-_ nings. Mickey Rivers opened · Yankee ninth with a single o! *. Jorry Augustine, the third of : five Brewers pitchers. Loser ; Tom Murphy. 0-1, came on Eo · fan White, hut Thin-man Mini ; son singled and both runners ·I scored on Chambliss' double. · Piniella followed with his Iriple ;- lo the left field comer. S' The Yankees scored two ,' more runs in Ihe inning on '· walk, Rick Dempscy's squeeze : : bunt and a sacrifice fly by Will; le Randolph. Fayetteville Relays HOYS , SHOT PUT Chronisler-liussollvlllc-M'W" lirausiicll-Soiithsklc-53'8%" Cross-Hussellville-D'i 1 2^" 100 YARD DASH Jackson-Favottcvillc-10,'.!5 French-Soulhsirie-NU Wuinack-KU5sellville.-KI.35 iVUliF! HUN Sle\vartl-Northsidc-'):'1o.9 Albrcchl-Payoilcvlllc^i'16.1 Wasson-Hrirrison-4;47.7 1'IIG H JUiVP Oates-Russellville-6'3" Sandlin-Bcntonville-6'3" 880 YAIU) RELAY Russellville-l:31.7 Southsidc-1 :32.0 Northside-l-sif DISCUS Viguel-Norlhsiilo-105'G" Kcgers-Rus scllvillc- 1-1 3 '6 " Parettc-Fayettevillc-180'9Vii" f.ONG JUMP Perry-NMthsWe-20'Hi" S]iaw-Faycttevi!!c-20'lVi" i RoWee-Springdale-19'U" I 2 MILE HUN i Stewart-Norlhside-l(l:25 ^ Esles-llarri50n-10:27 Hcnry-Russellvilte-10:31.5 l ·HO RELAY J Soufhsidc-43.65 Kusscllvillc-M.O s FaycUcville-44.4 - 120 HURDLES Sliaw-Fayetlcvillc-15.25 McCollunl-RussellvillR-15.35 Marsh-Springdale-15 50 r POLE VAULT n Chronister-Russcllville-12'6' 3 Ycagcr-Springdale-12'6" v 440 DASH Brows-Soulhsiile-49.9 . Love-FaycUeville-51.2 West-Bentonvillc-52.5 c 180 YAHD HURDLES .'' Shaw-t-'ayetlcvilIe-20.3S * Godnll-Harrison-20.4 l ' Blackford-Russellville-20."i5 ,, MO YARD RUN :r Steward-Nor!hside-2:tl3.35 Jr . Williams-llarrison-2;04,0 ,, 220 YARD DASH ' Drown-Southside-22.15 " Frencrt-Southside-22.3 Womack-Russellville-22.9 . GlItLS *-· i t n Liimru ire Waldren-l:53.0 Sprlngclalo - 2:02.4 _ .'10 DASH Sargent-West Fork-K.85 McLam-FaycttcviHc-65.0 Crcnshaw-Wal(lren-67.0 DISCUS Morgan-FaycUeville-106'3" Burlison-Prairie Grove-101'9" Broylcs-Fayelleville-97'6" LONG J U M P Clower-Payellevlllc-lS'lM" Lazcnby-Waldren-15'2',4" _ Kcnnedy-lS'1%" - Siloam springs SHOT PUT Morgan-Fayetteville-37'10U" nurlison-Prairit G r o v e - 31'lWi" Gooch-Rogers-34'6" H1UH JUMP Dotson-AlniEH'10" West-Grcenland-'r8" Harris-Van Buren-4'7" ·HO RELAY Fayelteville "A" 52.05 (Prelim -51.6} Waldren-53.3 Bentonville-54.5 88(1 YARD RUN Hnlct-Prairic Grove-2:37.6 Emery-Siloam Springs-2:3B.7 Hutchcns-Waldren-2:42,6 220 DASH Dotson-Alma-2b.9 Faircs-Fayclteville-28.7 McLain-Fayctteville-27 7 SPRINT MEDLEY Faycllcville-2:01.5 Waldren-2'04 1 Alma-2:«Xi.O Bonham Hurl Chicago Cubs Pas! Cards ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Rig hander Bill Bonham pitched , four-hitter through seven nings and Jerry Mora At Aug .*··» j Got AUGUSTA. Ga. e Palmer is a ra NIcklaus aria Floyd 3s a Emotional Linda Icly cads elide ack Hie tears. They're golf's vs. They are t o to I he office lan and watch \ ic daily bread nd LhCy s u f t G r . J notions. A few [norily refuses "Sure, we gel s," says Carol 1 Jay Brewer. " arc s i o w il. M ecome hardcncc i out there. \V' olhing we can 'e say, 'Thank mv.'" ' , Gail Murphy, . "Most = - cUalistA " she th'nlt it hut lay imnx IL out "i · WHL-lTmfi mm WAI^ H MK EJ (t li tar tnlei V4 ItcminilocV HI wenrftiion, PI *4te foe pur lit RilnCbWk5 E3 tft K- pui^hA B i^ai^bk.or iSi ciyfipfltaNt E3 THANK YOL BU Ca H S 1 m fl H H At Augusta National, As Elsewhere Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, April 11, 1976 · 3C Go//'s Walking Widows Wait, Watck is a lagger. I'hile lie earns "But we don'l who keeps rcd-haircd Bob have be Kimberly, who refuses (o ct me stay home and lake care [ h e r . 'Somebody has to he out licre with daddy,' she says. You go, mommy, and I will .lay home."' GETTING LOST Wives of some of the most ;1 amorous and affluent men in porls are gelling lost in the uige galleries (his week-end in he Masters Golf Tournament. All have differing habits and reactions. "When 1 first married Jack, 1 didn't know t h e first thing about golf," says Barbara Nicklaus, who is everybody's sweetheart. "Once I learned, lack was pretty well cstafo- .ishcd, so I don't worry much," Nicklaus is always aware ol Barbara's presence in the gal lery and assures her with silent signals. Some of Ihe wives pre for En dash ahead and watch their husbands hit into a green Barbara lags behind to walcl Ihe tee shot and she walks al most in step with her famou* husband as he treads the fair way. ·at's going on," Barbara says, "The other (Jay, someone men- ioncd lo me lhat Jack wasn't ven looking while his narlner vas putting. I said, 'No, he's ooking at the pretty girls in he gallery.'" Winnie, Arnold Palmer's vlfe, is hack in the galleries iftcr rearing two attractive and busy daughters. DON'T WORRY "1 don'l worry about Arnio," she said. "I get upset sometimes when I hear people in the gallery say something ahoul Arnie gelling old and not having it any more. I bile my lip." Some of (he wives follow their husbands as critics. Two of these are Vivian Player daughter of a well-known South African pro, and Jill McGee, a standout amateur golfer in hei own right probably capable o making it on Ihe ladies' tour. Gary anil Vivian go over hi: game clinically after eacl round she watches. Jill give hubby Jerry pulling lessons. Another who might play th ladies 1 lour or offer helpful sug seine, athletically-inclined wifC| f j.C. Sncad, the nephew of 1 hide Sam. Sue, playing only about a ·car, recently shot an 81 al Hilon Head, S'C. She threatened o apply for a players' card. "1 von't f i n a n c e you." J.C. said. knows everything gcslions is Sue Sncad, statu Linda , . KXC1TABLE Walson, whose Tom von the British Open last year, s one o[ the most highly excitable. When Tom gels off a ;ood shot, she becomes the col- cgc cheer leader. When he mutfs one. she sometimes hauls out the handkerchief and has a ?ood cry. Sally t r w i n is v e r v low key like hubby Hale, "I walkec with her for a full round Thurs day and I'll bet she didn't sa\ four words. She is very intense but restrains herself." Sandic Hill. Dave's wile, and Lynn Geiberger, whose hus band won last week at Greens buro, represent the large grou' of wives who walk every hoi ami rarely show emotion. "When be makes a bad shot it's best to walk away and no let him sec you," s a i d S a n d i lill. "If he sees lhat you ara citing upset, he is likely to get ipsel, loo." .Most of the wives said money 10 longer is Ihe major factor nong the established group. DOLLAR M A R K "Wllli Ihe young guys on the tour, hoping to keep their heads above water, every putt m a y ·cpresenl a dollar mark." said llrs. Brewer, who is a familiar igure in Sarazcn-slyle knickers. "To the older players. wEntiing--not the money--is im- jo riant." Golf cultures apparently are the same, regardless of race or nationality. Take Masami Murakami and Ynshiko Ozaki, two visiting g6U widows from J u p a n . Masami. whose husband is making his Masters debut, Is as cool and relaxed as a gin tonlc.Yoahiko, wife ' of long-hitting Masashi "Jumbo" 0?-aki is a bundle of nerves. "I never worry--I love to watch golf," said Masami, through an inlcrprclcr. 110 HURDLES McLain-FaycttcvIlle-lG.l Williams-Fayetleville-16.55 Taytor-Waldren-17.3 100 YARD DASH Dotson-Alma-H.9 (Tied Propel Norton, Coieman Detroit Past Cleveland CLEVELAND AP) -- Desig- nated-hiter Willie H o r t o n smashed a two-run homer to back Joe Col em an s pitching and lead the Delroit Tigers lo a 3-1 victory over Cleveland Saturday in the Indians' American League home opener. , Golem an scattered four hits in six innings fov the victory. Dennis Eckersley, who surrendered Ho rt o n 1 s 35 4Ui c areer homer into the lef*. field stands in Ihe third innlnc, was the loser. The Tigecs got an unearned run in Iho first inning when Dan Meyer walked, stole second and came home on a throwing error by third baseman Buddy. Bell after Horton 1 .-: single. In Ihe third, Meyer lined s double to center field with one out and Horton made it 3-0 with his homer. Rusty Slaiib then shifted lo chase Et-kersley, the American League's Rookie Pitcher of the Year in 1075. The Indians came up with only three singles through FIX innings before scoring u the seventh. Rico Carly singled and Charlie Spikes walked, bringing John Miller out of Ihe Deiroil bullpen. He got two outs bet." 1 re . Rit;k Manning singled Ind.ans' run. W ood m ancy-B estonville-12. Will5ams-FayeUeville-12.2 880 Y A R D RELAY Fayetteville-l:5D.3 ( T i e d Record) iiiniiiiniiiiinniiiiiniiiiinDniiiiniiinniimniiiiim Pro Hockey By The Associated Press NHL PlayoIIs · Preliminary Round "*" Bcs~l-o[-Three Series Saturday's Games No games scheduled Quarter-finals Besl-of-Seven Series Sunday's Games Chicago at Montreal Los Angeles at Boston New York Islanders at But falo .Monday; April 11 Toronto al Philadelphia Tuesday, April 13 Chicago at Montreal Toronto at Philadelphia Los Angeles at Boston New York Islanders at Buffalo Thursday; April 15 Montreal'til Chicago Philadelphia al Toronto Boston at Los Angeles Buffalo at New York Islanders Friday, April 16 N T n games scheduled Saturday, April 17 Philadelphia al Toronto Boston at Los Angeles B u f f a l o a( New York Islanders Sunday, April 18 Montreal at Chicago Tuesday, April 20 Chicago at Montreal, if necessary Toronto at Philadelphia, if necessary Los Angeles at Boston, if nee es.sary New York Islanders at Buf falo, if necessary Thursday, A p r i l II Montreal at Chicago, if necessary Philadelphia at Toronto, if over the California ( necessary Boston at Los Angeles, if nec- ' B u f f a l o at New York Island- cracked a tie-breaking two-run single to lift the Chicago Cubs lo a 4-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. j Boiihain pitched 4 1-3 hitless innings before Vic Harris' single ignited the only St. Louis rahy. Ron Fairly followed with · a run-scoring pinch-single and Lou Brock delivered a sacrifice fly. v · - · Morales, following . h i t s b y 1 Steve Rosellu and Jose Cardenal, smacked his winning blow in the seventh inning.' Chicago, which had three doubles and a -triple ,ambn^ its nine hits off four Cards* 1 pitch-! ers, had earlier taken a 2-0 lead in (he opening inning against Eh," C-M-rl-' Bnb Fnrsch. Rick Monday led off with a ground-rule double, Cardenal was safe on a Itetder's choice and Bill Madlock singled across Monday, then Cardenal scored on a double-play grounder. Cubs' teft-hander Darold Knowlcs pitched the final two innings, yielding an RBI-double to rookie Hector Cruz, in the ninth inning. Garner Sparks Oakland Win ANAHEIM. (AP) -- Phil Garner's two-run double, the only hit allowed by Nolan Ryan in sevff] innings, and a three-run burst in the cighlh propelled fhe Oakland A's to a 6-2 victory S a t u r d a y " ~ "' Angels. Oakland slarlcr Viria Blue, essary NHL Rangers' Coach Resigns NEW YORK (AP) -- Smile Francis resigned as vice president of the Now York Rangers Saturday, ending a 16-year association with the National Hockey League team. The move was announced by William Jennings, president of the club. "After working with Etnile all these years since I960, this is a very sad announcement for me to make, 11 . Jennings said. "However Emile tells me he prefers to be where the action is as a general maanger. In any event, myself and everyone at Madison Square Garden wish him the best." who hurled Iwo-hiL ball in his five-inning stint, gol tlie victory. Blue, Paul Limlblad and Rollie Fingers combined lo limit Che Angels lo six nits and gnvf Oakland it's second straight victory of tho young season. Ryan, who left after seven m nings, struck out seven and walked P ; V '" fl ' c r '"=' fiiilirirt since undergoing off-season elbow surgery. Erratic control | was his undoing in the fifth when iic walked Sal Bando and Billy Williams before Garner hit his doubly. Garner also ignited the A's three-run eighth against rookie Pairl Harlzel! and Jim Brewer wilh a Icadoff triple. Bill North and Campy Campancrfs followed with singly, a second run scored on a throwing error hy catcher Andy F^lchbarren before Joe Rudi doubled home CampancriK. Campanens' single drove in Oakland's f i n a l . rim in Irv; ninlh. Fingers recorded his second .save in two cTavs by nulling rtmvn a rally in the eighth a f t e r a single by .lerry Remy. a double by Bruce : Bochle's rtnubi/j and a single bv Bill Mfllton accounted for California's runs. WORLD'S LARGEST Call: DON I.. M c G U I R K «J7 N. College Winnr; 112-11781 ers, if necessary Saturday, April 21 Chicago at Montreal, if neccs Toronto at PhifadSlphia, if necessary Los Angeles at Boston, if necessary New York Islanders at Buf- , if nccessary Matlack, Mets Nip Expos 1-0 NEW YORK (AP) -- Jon Mat lack tirer! a four-hitter Salur day and Felix Millan's fourth inning double gave nim th only run he needed as t h e New York Mets edged the Montrea Expos 1-0. Mallack, 16-12 last season didn't allow a runner past sec ond base. He struck nut foil Expos and didn't issue a wall in outducling Woodie Fryman. In tiic fourlh inning, Bin Harrclson led off with a loopin, fly ball down the right field 1j[\ I hat bounced past . cnargin Ellis Valentine and went for triple. Millan them sent hi double over left-fielder Gar Carter's head. THE TROUBLE WITH TERMITES... .. .sometimes they look like flying ants. ANY UNIDENTIFIED PLYING OBJECTS AROUND YOUR PROPERTY. IATELY? 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