Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 7, 1972 · Page 17
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The Standings By THK ASSOCIATUI) I'UKSS American Lent Kusl \V. I,. 57 '15 51 47 52 48 52 40 Detroit BnlUmoi'c Now York Boston Cluvclimd Milwaukee 4V Oakland Chicago Minnesota Kansas City California Texas West 62 an 52 ·17 .659 -.635 V, .520 ! .510 5 .·151 10 .402 16 In Olympic Trials Swimming Records Broken 47 41 .1102 -.569 3% .525 8 .·105 14 .456 15 . .398 2$ Saturday's Results Minnesota 4, Oakland 0 Boston 6, Baltimore 3 Milwaukee 4, Now York 0 ·Detroit 4, Cleveland 3, 11 innings : · · · · . . . ' " · Kansas City 2, Cullfornla 1 Texas: 11; Chicago 5 Sunday's Results Baltimore ll, Boston 2 Chicago 10-7, Te^ds 1-1 Now York 3-6, Milwaukee 0-4, 2nd garne (10 Innings) California 4-3, Kansas City 3 2 . Cleveland 2-5, Detroit 1-6 Oakland 6-1, Minnesota 3-5, 1st game (13innings) Monday's'Games Texas (Paul 4 3) at Minnesota (J. Perry 10-9) Cleveland (Hllgendorf 2-0) at Boston (Slcberl 9-7), n Baltimore (Cuellar 10-0) al Milwaukee (Lonborg 10-5), n Oakland (Huntei 14 4) at Kansas City (Drago 7-13), n Only games scheduled. '- · · Tuesday's Games Detroit at New York Cleveland at Boston, n Baltimore al Milwaukee, n Texas at Minnesota, n Oakland al Kansas City, n Chicago at California, n East . W. L. fi-1 38 CHICAGO (Al) - 'i'hu ralti that toll on the final freestyle events In the U.S. Olympic Swim Trials was not about to dampen the spirits of Peter Du- Innd and Sherm Cliavoor, "This has to lie the best balanced loam we have ever had," said Cliavoor as lie purveyed the 27-membcr women's squad lie will coach Aug. 20-Scpt. 10 in Munich. Five members of the team, which begins workouts today In Knoxvillo, Tenn,, had set world records during the five days of trials at Chicago's Portage Park. "This team of ours Is hotter than either the 1QS4 or the 1968 earn.-,," r,;;ici Daland, coach ol the 24-niembcr men's squad, which set six more world m u r k s . " ' · : - · · '"·Bui 1 : wouldn't wiinl to fittiii iU'cdJCllnjf that we'll return with rnpi'o mcdnls' than llioso two tennis did," he sold," be cause the foreign competition has gotten much better, too." Rain or shine, the records fell during the trials., ' Before Iho f i n a l day's competition, Mark Spit-/, had cap lured world marks In the men's 100 and 200-meter butterfly and 100-frocslyle events. John Hencken; sol one In the 100-meter brcaststrokc, and Gary Hall in the 400 individual medley, For the women, through Sunday, marks had been broken by Jennifer Kemp in the 10-mcler freestyle, by Deena Dcardurfl hi the 100 butterfly and by Me- HKKII Helplle In the 200 back- flli'oko. And even with Spit/, taking photographs of his teammates from the sidelines Sunday, three more records fell, Hick DcMonl slashed more than four seconds off the world mark In the 1,500-molcr freestyle, clocking 15:52,91,-The iild record was held by John Kinsclla of Hinfidale, ,11)., who finished sixth Sundsy. .Jo liarshhargcr, a 15-year-old from Bellvue, 'Wash,, continued the free-style swimming that the U.S. women's team hopes will dethrone' Shar.e Gould of Australia. Miss lliirshhiirgcr trimmed four seconds f r o m the 800 freestyle record with an 8:53.83 Pittsburgh New; York Chicago St. Louis Montreal Philadelphia 55 54 49 45 55 39 63 West 61 30 58 Pet. G.B. .627 45 .550 8 50 .519 11 51 .4DO 14 450 18 .382 25 46 48 57 59. 61 .610 .558 .525 .452 16 .438 ,402 21 Cincinnati ' Houston , Los Angeles 53 Atlanta 47 San Francisco 46 :San Deigo 41 Saturday's Results Pittsburgh 7, Montreal 4 · Chicago 3, New York 2 Houston 4, San Francisco 3 Cincinnati 4, Atlanta 2 Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 0 Sunday's Results St. Louis 6, Philadelphia 0 New York 12, Chicago 2 Atlanta 4, Cincinnati 3, 10 in nings Pittsburgh 8-7, Montreal 0-2 Los Angeles 6, San Deigo 0 Houston 7-2, San Francisco 3 G .. ' ; ' . ' ' Monday's Games Pittsburgh (Ellis 9-5) at Montreal (McAnally 1-11) Atlanta (Red 9-10) at Cincinnati (Nolan 13-2)N New York (Seaver 22-9)-at St. Louis (Gibson 12-6) N Only Games Scheduled Tuesday's Games Montreal at Chicago Philadelphia at Pittsburgh N Houston at Atlanta N Los Angeles at Cincinnati N San Deigo at San Francisco, 2, twilight New York at St. Louis N norfoi'mance. As Hlie made Hit imil turn, she had outdistance the eight-girl field by almost 40 yards. , . .· , ' . ' . The third world-mark of the day was set by Karen Moe o Santa Clara, Calif, In the 200 motor women's butterfly. Miss MOD, who later said shi "thought it would take a work record to win" was timed In 2:10.02, bettering the mark o 2:18.4 set by Elllc Daniel o Philadelphia, Gary Hall, who swam wit Spiti! hi' the 1968 Olympics I Mexico and was tils leammal at Indiana University, mutche* the world mark In the 200-me lor individual medley. Mall, o Garden Grove, Calif., wa clocked in 2:09.3 and won hi third Olympic berth. Earlier in the meet, Ha broke his own world record i the 400-meter Individual niei ley. Holes In One At Razorback Two golfets fired hole-in on shots at Hazorback Park ks week from the 149 yard numbe four hole. flay Copenhaver of 817 Wirirl Hill in Fayctteville pulled o the shot Friday afternoon In th company of Ralph Jones. Jac Adams of Springdale made h shot while playing with Mar C. Smith. Harris Fired By Atlanta Braves ATLANTA (AP) -- Lurria Harris was fired today by th Atlanta Braves and replaced a manager of the Nation League baseball club by Edd Mathews, owner Bill Bavlho! may announced, rfbrfhwttt Arkantoi TIMES, Mop., Au«. 7, 1972 · 17 AY«TT«VILL«, /|«KAM»A» ' ' ' · .' /; ' ' ' ,' · Gary Player smiles as he carts away the PGA trophy after winning the championship at Oakland H i l l s In PGA Champ Birmingham Sunday. Flayer Won',with a 281, two strokes ahead ot Tommy Aaron, wearing sun glasses, a n d Jim' Jamie son, not shown,, I(, is the second PGA win ( o r- Player, the olher was in 1962.' (AP Wirephclo) , " KC Chiefs Beat Bears By THE ASSOCIATED I'HESS Hank Stram, coach of the; Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League, doesn't beat about the bush. He comes right out. with it that this year's Chiefs arc the best Club he has had at Kansas City. Stram made his statement after the Chiefs had beaten'the Chicago Bears 27-10 in one of eight preseason NFL exhibitions Saturday.; "Yes, I think it is," Stram replied when asked it the current Chi'efs are the best club he has had. "This is because we have good depth with quality players and we haven't had this much depth before." ., \ One of the "quality players," q u a r t e r b a c k Len Dawson brought the Chiefs from behind a 10-0 deficit with a four-yard scoring pass to Wendell .Hayes that put Kansas City ahead for good in the third quarter and spoiled the coaching debut of Abe Gibron, the Bears' new mentor. And quarterback Joe Nam- ath, on .whom the New Jets are depending to make them title contenders, said his much-operated on knees fell 'real good" as the i Jets 1 ,,de- 'eatefl San Francisco 17-10.' ;"., I- was a little nervous, bul everybody is in their first game," said Namath ^yho played the first q u a r t e r , and completed four of seven passes for 49 yards. \ ." / In Saturday's other exhibitions, Dallas shaded, Houston 26-24, Pittsburgh whipped the New York Giants 28 10, Green Bay stopped Cincinnati 24-14, Detroit' overcame Miami 31-23, Oakland defeated New England 31-24 and San Diego humbled Atlanta 30-7. FANS CHEER TENNIS CHAMP . . . Sob Lute of Tiburon, California, had just won the U.S. Pro Tennis Championship and was wiping his brow when this fan rushed onto the-courts at the Longiuood Cricket Club to embrace the new champ. The unidentified fan was wearing a face mask'of a well .known Washington, D.C. man. (AP Wirepholo) After Shaking Off Injuries Bob Lutz Takes U. S. Pro Crown OUR. 1GOTH. AMN!VEfi. r,', y Y2 :,',i DISCONTINUED! CLOSE-OUT! ·0.! West Upsets East In Cage All-Star Game LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Jack Schulle hit 11 of IB from the field and scored 22 points as the West upset the East 110-74 in the Arkansas High School All-Star basketball game here Saturday. Schnlle, a 6-7 youngster from Subiaco, will attend the University of Arkansas this fall. He was named most valuable player of the game. The first units were 19-10 at the end of the first period, but the West pulled out to a 12- point halftime lead when t h e two teams' second and third units appeared on the floor. It appeared the East might rally early in the second half behind the shooting of Robert Birden of Pine Bluff but then Schulte took over. He scored 12 points, including three long- range baskets from the outside, and super-quick Ralph Porchia of Stephens added eight points as the West built a G9-51 average entering the final quarter. Porchia contributed 14 points to the West attack and James Dickey of Valley Springs and Craig Curry of Fayettevillc added 10 each. David Bettis of Little Rock McClellan led the East with 13 points. Birden had 12 and Clifton Lewis of Little Uock Hull had 10. BROOKUNE, Mass. (AP) -The U.S. Pro Tennis Championship was back in America for the first time in a decade today after a decisive victory by California's Bob Lutz in his finest week since he abandoned the amateur ranks four years ago. Lutz shook off various physical problems and ended Australia's iO-year domination by winning the title with a 6-4, 2-6, 6-4, 6-4 triumph over Tom Okker of The Netherlands Sunday in the windup of the $59,000 tournament at Longwood. "It's been my week," the 24- year-old former NCAA champion -from Southern California said. "This has to be my biggest win as a pro." Lutz arrived with nagging back and right knee aUnients. 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