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UA Thindads Eye Titles In Kansas Relays The Razorback track learn will return to Lawrence, Kan., for llic 51sl Kansas Relays this weekend, seeking to regain two of the relay till.es it won last spring. With Niall O'Shauglmesss anchoring the Coiir - mile a n d distance medley (cams lasl spring at Kansas,lArkEinsus was vidprous and will .again r- strong i n 1 , these two event: Having run school records t ]6:23.4 in the four-mile r£la. and 9:37.1 in the distance med ley two weeks ago at Texas tlis two levins are much sli-ongRc than last year. . Randy Melancon, ,lhe school record holder, in the mile and 3 mile, is listed as a doubt [ill starter due to a hamstring injury sustained at the Texas Kelays. ''Randy has been able 10 have otdy one workout since Texas. Inil we arp still hopeful ho will be able to run Friday in the Little Booms 5 62-Yo.rders In Row, Just For Practice By G R A N T HALL TIMKS Sports Keillor Steve Little. Arkansas' precocious placckicker, w i l l be - all the -kicking atid punting for both sides in Satur- FHS Net Team Gets Win Over Broken Arrow BROKEN A R R O W , Fayetteviile H i g h tennis team record at 14-i defeating the team 63. Okla. -School's )Ut their season Wednesday by Broken Arrow four . mile event," said head coacli Ed Kcufrow. .Also'scheduled to run the four mile 'relay are Niall, Tom Aspel and Perck R.cilly. 'CAPABLE "This foursome is capable of · going Under 16:20 for the event and may have to do so lo win this week at KU." -added Ken- fro\v "Our hurdlers performed real well al Oklahoma .last week, and I look for some additional progress this week tram lioSh flex Guynn and Mafk Scolt. Until lust week, Rex hart not run the times he was capable of, but had two out- Tlie Bulldog netters' only loss of the year'came last week ul Ponca City where the home team edged Fayetteviile 5-4, snapping the 12-game win streak that the Arkansas team had put together. : In Wednesday's mulch, Fay- cllevillc claimed four singles victories and won two of the lay's Keel-White football name sere. So liis pro-practice w a r m - u p Wedncsday look on a bit of added meaning. , ."All he did," said Hogs coach Frank Broyles, "was kink five straight Eield goals f r o m 62 yards, and they all cleared by 10 yards. Hiilhcr unnecessarily, HI oylns added, "It was his best kicking day of the spring." UUIc's boomers lent spice to i otherwise uneventful day Tbe offense and defense hac one of those not-ciuitc-full-speci drills, where they hit each other but not for keeps. No tackling vas called for, and -little wai allowed. "It was a defensive drill,' said Broyles. "The defcnsi ookcd extremely quick. Tliej showed good pursuit and en husiasm. GOOD THING It was a good thing for llv offense (hat no tackling was i effect, because the coltish Ho, defenders were excellcn recording,14.19 standing races., recording 11.ia ' and 51.53 respectively in tho 110 meter and WO meter race: "Hex ncndously performed In tho past lll^uuuuao ,i, ."r ·: . , weeks ill our workouts an(l l .know lie can run faster than 51 5 right now. He will be in fast campauy in the 400 meter hurdles at Kansas, and 1 expect lo see a big drop' in his time. doubles matchups. B r o k e n Arrow s Blake Maddox defeated John Brooks of FuyelleviHe 6-2, C-3 in the number one singles match, hut Thomas Ray countered the loss by topping Dan Daniels B-'i, 4-13, 2. Soren Kraemer overpowered Paul Chissoe 6-1, 6-2 In the number three mutch, but Broken Arrow's Jay Brian hung on to defejit Steve Cokcr 5-,7 7-5, 6-2 in the fourth match. FayetlevLlle's Rick Bashor routed Clay Bnrkholcler 6-2, . G O and Mark Becker of FHS topped Dave Benson G-l, 6-2 in the final two singles matches. In the doubles competition, position to hand out some lick most of the lime. Perhaps their enthusiasm wa a result of Iheir realization tha the spritig games, and the en of spring practice, were approaching. After today's workout and Saturday's 1 i ffame here, only four more I bull days will remain for th Four NBA Playoff Games Provide Hint's Mm . They'll work Monday r ed[icsday and Thursday o cxt week and wind things uj; ith tbc Red-White game al ittlc Rock at 7:30 p.m. on alurdiiy. April 24. For the offense, Iwo players sokccl f*ood catching the ball, Barnabas While, the halfback- irncd-split receiver, made two ood receptions, diving for one ist off the AsLrolurf. And light nd Cliarlcs Clay, who missed ast week's work with an injury, eturned to pull in three passes. nc ot them one-handed. "Wo were glad lo By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSi Philadelphia fans can't help' b-il he relishing IpnighL's -playoff matchup of the National Baskclhall Association's two "Big Macs" -- Bob McAiloo of the Buffalo Braves and George McGinnis of the hometown 7Gcr,s. Me Ado t, t ho B ra ve s' center, became only the fourt player In league history to win the scoring title al least three consecutive years, finishing the season with a 31.1 average p?r game. He also was seventh in Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thursday, April 15, 1974 · » FAYCTTEVTU.Ii, ARKANSAS ' have meet the Pistons at Detroit. fn the hest-of-seven quarter f i n a l series, the B u l l e t s , with a 1-0 edge entertain the Cleveland Cava licrs. and the Seattle Super- Sonlcs, also with a 1-0 advantage.'arc al home against t h c Phoenix Suns. Philadelphia Coach Gene made no secret of his strategy against Buffalo. He has indicated he virtually ivf" average Razorback Nelfers Fall 6-3 To TCU Frogs At Burns Park L1TTLK ROCK Jnivcr-iily of Arkansas tennis cam fcU to Texas Christian rebounding anil sixth in blocked rji-aves.' University li-:i at Burns Park | Ted Bailey. A . d . Ron Baum- n l.itlle Rack Wednesday'night..jgurdncr, T 3-6, 6-3. 6-3 The defeat put Arkansas six David Kellcy. T d. Hussell points behind TCU lor f o u r t h i R u m e r y , A A 6. 6-4. 7-5 lace in the Southwest Confer- \ John (ixirian, T d. Peter ·iiling to concede McAdno his uverage number of points, explaining: "What we have lo rto hold clown the rest of the diaries back, 11 said Broyles. 'He needs the work." 'AM, RIGHT' Ilroylcs also said White was doing "all right" in his new position. ' Tor the defense. Elijah Davis came up with two pass interceptions thai he probably could lave returned-for touchdowns. Broyles said the format For Saturday's game wuuld he tbe ,arne as in last year's Red- White game at Little Rock, with the regulars giving Uic reserves i 21-0 lead. "Thai, seems lo ivork out best." he said. "There should he more excitement for the fans." Vaughn Lusby and Patrick Martin arc two of the players who will return kicks. If Steve Little doesn't air-mail thetn. shols. McGinnis, the TGers' powerful forward, tvourid up iiis first NBA season -- following a standout career in the American Basketball Association -as the league's sixtli best scorer (23.0), sixlh leading re- bounder and second in steals. T h e Bultalo-rhiiiidclphia game, the first in their best of- threc cquaiifying series, of four NBA playoff contests scheduled tonight. In (he other qualifying scries, the Milwaukee B'jcks, with a 1-0 lead, 76srs' tactics worked The distance medley team 111*. "'·",, . ...i_.l _-rtni-nnnll Broken Arrow the first match when the Maddox-Daniels k-.im beat Ray-Brooks '6-3, li-4. Bulldogs Dutlon and Krae mer topped Brian-Benson 64, 6-2 and the learn of Coker and Coker delcalcd Burkholder-Fell 03, 3-6, 6-1. Fayeltcyille's next match \vij] be at Rogers on Monday, April 19. First-game action begins at Despite All The Problems, Summer Olympics Will GcxOn will run 'Saturday · afternoon v t h Die same team schedu cd to compete that recorded , the n - t j at Texas. Lcfl Archer moved up from (ho 440 this year, will lead off with the Mark Stephens .is, the quarter nik-rv Tom Asnel will run th." 1320 and O'ShauKhnessy wil -· anchor. - O'Shaushnessy s 3:5T.Z - · at Texas wivs one o! tnc P"l 1 ' ?eVv less seen there in some " t i m e He cams from 40 yards ' lack to almost win the race Coach Renfrew is .optimistic ··' about the Razorbacks chances. ·' '"We will be shooting for vie' lories in all four evonls this ! . Send with lhe : t«o re ays 3:15. May 1 when we and .His hurdle remainder m e e t s , Tigerelie Relays Draw large Field AUKADELPHFA -- Twenty one lugli school girls' _track teams nave been entered in Apr. annual 21 al University's Tigerete Relays Ouochiia Baplis A. M. Williams play host to events The of the team will stay looking especially "owa'rd "our next home meet on Oklahoma and Wichita Slal,o. I Coon Hunters ^Prepare Show »: i Bill Kdd'ings, president oi i Devils Den Coon Hunters, is ir iV charge of the upcoming U.K.C. " Hunt 'and Show on April 17 and ,· - 'reports thai -· real interest is '-*· being shown and (be Club ex- ''" pccLs a goo rtlurnoul. . · The new event, junior handling, is being well received and a good entry is expected. Boys and-girls under 16 nrc eligible - ,, to enter this class regardless « of the-type of dog. The fee is "?' SI per entry. A trophy will be " awarded. A treeing contest is on the "i slnle after the show. Dogs are treed on a caged coon up o ., tree, and the barks per minute ·^ are counted by the judges. The .'] hound barking the most times ;» in one minute wins the contest. .'. Several stales should be ;· represented in this event. There "i will be a hunting supply man . I o n the grounds. . U.K.C. :· demands lhat no alcoholic ·'. beverages be allowed o n i n e !·'; grounds. ·· The show begins at 3 p.m.. ' I followed by the junior show'.'( manship class at 4. The treeing -' contest will follow these events. Also scheduled is the obcd- :- inc'c exhibition by Linda Ostcr- .-' man with Breezy, her Airedale ,- terrier. Field. The event is the oldest of its kind in the stale, accord- Ing to Carolyn Moffa:t, head coach of the Tigerettcs. High school teams entered include .Fayetteviile, Ixickes- burg. Lee oE Marianna, Oes Arc, Dumas, Emerson and For- "Otiiers are Booncville, West Fork Wai (iron, Beehe t Hughes, Stamps. Wnrrcn. Arkadclphia, ' "By KAHOL STONGKK . AP Sporls Writer "Thfi most important thing in the Olympic Games is not to win but to take part, just as the most important thing in life is not the triumph but (he struggle." , The words spoken some years ago by Baro Pierre de Coubcrlin, founder of Ihe mod,- ern Olympics, could well have been meant for Montreal and Mayor Jean Drapeau. Drapeau and Ihn Quebec capital lost their struggle for perfection. They were plagued bj strikes, political scandal, in* [!ation ami inclement weather lut they have all but won their battle against time lo stage the XXI Olympics. The Games will go on. Some LI, 000 athletes will compete for 450 gold medals. . Conqpetjtiors from 132 nations will jam into Ihe Iwo new pyn mid-shaped ' Olympic Villa; buildings. But already the pr jccttons -are for over-crowding Additional loilnts are being in stalled. Of the 21 Olympic sports, fa ctlElies for all but two are fin !.shcd. Some are new, ol tiers such as the Forum 1 'and Mai rice IlEchard Arena, already e,\ isled and. needed only ''mi.no modifications. But all of the ai cornplishments have been ove shadowed, by one major fan pas: Olympic Park. Olympic Park is the site i the white futuristic stariiun vhci'e Queen Elizabeth II Canada's mother country is jecled to open the Games is the site of one of the most nportant Olympic s p o r t s : 'rick and field. FAR FHOM DONE It is far from finished. The cranes that rise from the .ailiuiti Iloor arid Hie holes ·here concrete 'sections still re to be placed are sad reminders of the elaborate 'plans f Drapeau and French orchi- ;ct Roger Taillibert which Karl be scrapped for tho sake of [ficicncy. The 72.000 seats will be in lace on opening day. The arti- icial track is being laid. But ic envisioned sweeping white pire' will nol be the landmark if the Games. The revolutionary retractable roof will not be 11 place. Athletes will 'have ise makeshift dressing rooms, and the press rooms for some .J L ,,J,, r .., ..,....---, ijonlnn l^'-tei] 10 open inu vjamcs t ^ r 5 h 0 ;^^', teJKJd J«ly ". K is the sile of th Hfirvnony Grove, Spring Hill. Glcnwood and Aug. Playoffs At A Glance lly TUK ASSOCIATED PRESS MBA riaynffs Qualifying Kniind Besl-oMlirec Scries Thursday's Games Buffalo al Philadelphia, firs game Milwaukee at Dctroil. waukce ieads series 1-0 Fi'ivlay's tiiinic Philadelphia at Buffalo Quarter-finals Rc.sl-of'Sevcn Scries Thursday's Games Cleveland al Washingtoi Washington leads series 1-0 Phoenix al Seattle, Sealt' leads scries 1-0 journalists miles dis- A H A P l a y o f f s SuitiiTinals Ucst-of-Scven Sciic.q Wcrlncsdsiy's Result San Antonio Ml, New Yor 103; San Antonio leads series 1, Thursday's .Game Kentucky at Denver, fir The Sakcy, A 4-n, 7-5. 6-3 Tom Moll. T d. Tom Grisak, A 6-7, 6-4, 6-3 I enough during the regular __ion 'for them lo heal the raves in four of seven games. Tabling them to gain the home url advantage in tbe playoffs. EXPLOSIVE Both teams have explosive of- n:«!s and porous defenses, uif.ilo was the second highest ·o'ring team during the season ith a 107.3 average an! Phila- elphia was fourth at 106.5. De- iively, Philadelphia finished 4th in the league, allowing 16 3 points per game, ;md Buflo was 15th at 106.1. Milwaukee, beset by rumors evolving around the uncertain alus of Coach Larry Coslcllo nd General Manager Wayne nbry, nevertheless overcame ·troi't 110-107 in their opening ame. mainlv on the play of uard Gary Brokaw. Filling in or injured'Jim Price. Brokaw, vho had averaged only 8.3 oints during the regular sea- on broke loose for a carcer- igh 3G points and added live issists. Ihrcc rebounds, one leal and a blocked shot. Washington, which nullifcd Cleveland's home court advan- age by er 1011-95 mce. Since Wednesday's match was the last Conference' compe- Lilion of Ihe st*.ison, Arkansas will have to make up the six points al ihe Conference tournament. "We knew it was going lo be a close 1 match." eoach Tom PuccI commented, . Vand when you took at the scores you r a n i see lhat it was a close match." Four of the 'five de Etuis in singles comiJetitipn came in three set matches' and th'e number · one doubles loss was another close match. One drawback for the Razorbacks was caused b which prevented them Erom a mix-up n-acliciiig on Ihe courts before Ihe match. Since TCU tvad been Little Rock for two days playing UALU, Ihe Razorbacks lost their tiomc court advantage and were forced to play unfnmiliar courts which w e r e faster than Ichiban's or their pi'-iclice courts. "We couldn't return serve , Hawking, A 6-1, 6-4 Doubles Crawford. Barlzcn; T d. Sakcy, Grisak, A 16, 6-4, 6^ Bowman, Bailey, A d. Molt, Bsumgardner. T 6-4, 6-4 · Hawking. Rnmcry, A d. Gurian, Kellcy, T 6-4, 6-7, 6-0 Princess Anne: Olympic Rider? LONDON ( A P ) -- It looks like the Olympics al lasl for horse-loving Princess Anne, the girl every Briton would like to see w i n ' a gold medal at Montreal. The British selectors have pul her on a . list of five nrob. ables, from which a team of four riders will eventually be chosen for the three-day event in Montreal next July. ; its series open- gain'sl the Cavaliers Richfield nol :( the Coliseum Township. Ohio, has come overconfident. "They may have had the jit- :crs because this was their first time in the playoffs." said cen- ler Wcs Unsold of the playoff- hardened Bullets. "But they will be - tougher' from here Seattle will he riding a 17- iame home court .winning streak aud the hot shooting.of "sixth man" Fred Brown against-Phoenix. Brown scored 34 points in .Ihe Smiics' "'·«» and our timing was off." Pucd noted. "We just didn't have confidence on the courts/' Ted Bailey at number four rc-gislered the Hogs' only singles win by downing Ron Baumgarriner .3-6, -3. 6-3. In doubles B a i t e y ' a n d Buddy Bow m n n topped Toni Mott and Baumgardner 6-4, 6-4 and Pelcr Hawking «nct Russell Rumcry defealed . John Gnrian and | David Kelley 6-4. G-l, 6-t). On Friday night at 7 p.m. at Ichib'an Arkansas plays V o r t h e a s ^ l Louisiana Sl'.ite whose number one player. 1 is ranked the state of Arkansas. UA's Bowman is ranked second Bowman land 102-99 . victory in the; opener, prompting Phoenix Coach John MacLeod to .understate:. "We'll just have to do a better job on him nond Pascale, lumber one in the Pascale state. played several limes a g a i n s t each olher a nd Bow m an h as never btjen able lo win. Friday's match could give Bowman that opportunity.- Arkansas defc'.iLed Norlheasl Louisiana. 7-2 earlier in the season. -. Singles Randy:Crawford, T d. Buddy Jownian, A 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 The Princess does not have to ride'in any more major events to 'clinch a place. All she needs to do is to show that her horse Goodwill is fit before the Bril' ish team leaves for Canada July 11. Queen Elizabeth's daughter, now 2i, has said her life's am| bition is to ride in the Olympics and do well. After she married Capl. Mark Phillips in 1973 she said that w i n n i n g an Olympic medal was more important even t h a n having children. Anne has had a run of bad uck since she won. the European three day event title on Dojblet in 1971. That made her the first member of the British Royal Family to win a major "uterrialional sports event. The Princess and Doublet were favored to win a medal at the Munich Olympics in 197'2. But just as the selectors wcru about .to choose the British team. .Doublet went lame. It , . was later destroyed. Goologong Wins LOS ANGELES -- Evonne Goolagong dctealed Marlta Re- tlondo 6^4, 5-7, 6-4 in the Women's Tennis'Association Cham- i.500 international verc moved three ant. The adjacent swimming pool is being tiled after passing the stringent tesl to hold water The diving -pool and practice pool ore virtually complete Ttie velodrome, also part o Olympic Park, is. finished. Some 100,000 visitors, a da will bunk- in accommodations ranging from firsl-class hotels lo y o u t h . , hostels, Tlipy Avill pump some $2,2 billion i n t d ' l h f C a n a d i a n economy, buying tickets, Olympic souvenirs, food, lodging. Businesses will benefit, but [tie governmenl will suffer. What Drapeau once saw as an Olympics thai would pay for itself has become a SI billion albatross, with a projected deficit of $900 million. . . Pro Hockey By :Tllc Associated Press NHL Playoffs Quarter-finals Bcsl-of-Seven Scries Thursday's Games Buffalo at New York Islanders. Buffalo leads series 2-0. Philadelphia at Toronto. Philadelphia leads scries 2-0. Montreal at Chicago, A * trcal leads scries 2-0. Boston at Los Angeles, Scries tied 1-1. WIIA Playoffs Preliminary Round Resf-ftf-Five Scries Thursday's Game Phoenix at San Diego, nix leads scries 2-1. · Quarter-finals ncsl-of-Sevcn Series Wednesday's Hesults Winnipeg . 3, Edmonton Winnipeg leads series 3 0 . Calgary 3, Quebec 2, Calgary leads series 3-0. FrMay, Apr. 16 New England at Indianapolis, first game Winnipeg al Edmonlon Quebec at Calgary i Racquet Club :' Plans Tourney ;' The Piltsburg. Kan., Rncquc! ;'. Club will hold its 14th annual ··' Midwest Open Tennis Tour- *·· n a m c n l ' May' 15-16, with com- '', petition in 10 events. ··. . New events added this year '^ 'arc men's 35 and over doubles, ·'.'·· men's .45 a n d , over single-s, '·' women's 35 and .over singles "vaiul women's ·'K and over '' r ' singles. - :»' Regular events included arc ",' men's singles and doubles, :·'. women's singles and doubles, ·'.'mixed doubles and men's 3o t ' and over doubles. '·! Deadline for entering is Tiies- ·o day, May II. This is earlier ·"'· than the usual rlcadline. It is ';; possible thai some 'events may '!.-· be closed even earlier if too -v many entries are received. -·.'', Knlry blanks may be obtained ·'J from' tlie Pittsburg Racmiel '-' Club. Mrs. Doris Tracy. 1021 .·· S. Olive, Piltshurg.Kan., 66V62. Mike McCormick Dies LOS ANGELES - Former 0 II t F i e 1 ft e r Myron "Mike 11 McCormick, 58, a veteran of three World Series, died after suffering a heart attack while attending a game at Dodgers' Stadium. TarrJif Knocked Out 'QUEBEC -- Marc Tardif, the World Hookey : Association's leading scorer this past season will he losC to the Quebec Nor dirgucs for the remainder of the playoffs rluc lo a concussion sustained in a brawl agains the Calgary · Cowboys. EVEREST t JENNINGS Fijelltttlle Tint E, Side Square 4U-73U WHAT AWAY TO HOE! SPRING SPECIALS 3 H,P. Reg. 224,95 4 H.P. Reg. 264.95 5 H.P. Reg. 315.00 NOW 199.95 NOW 234.95 279.95 NOW No Trades at These Low Prices RAYMO/lnc. Hiway 16 E. 442-6296 ALL PRICES GOOD THRU APRIL 21 8-Ft, PENNSYLVAN1AN KITCHEN GAFSTAR VINYL FLOOR Popular random-plank effect on doors; stain-resistsnt finish for easy maintenance. In stock! 'irfe Prime Cuihloo ing keepsTlsbright Easy to install- 00 SAVE $16.50 $079 t* Sq. Yd. MANYCOIORS1 ! will cabineli, ? bait ubmtli. B-Ft. COUNTRY OAK KITCHEN Warm vrood lumilure finiih to enhance your Wtch- en. Initocknovv! KITCHEN/BATHTANEL MEDALLION-vinyl paltern s V." haidboard. 4'x8' Sht. KITCHEN SINK/FAUCET MAGICOLOR INT. 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