Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 9, 1972 · Page 16
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'*',. 16 Northymt Arkantoi TIMES, Wed., Aug. 9, 1972 White House Visit Former world heavyweight champion F l o y d Patterson visits President Nixon in his White House office. '(AP Wirephoto) · Draft Set For New ABA Club /(.. C. Jones Named Coac/i i f / SAN DIEGO (AP) -- K.C. , : i Jones, who achieved fame as a | player with the'Boston Celtics, V seeks it n o w - a s a coach with *the American Basketball Asso- ?'ciation's new San Diego Con- iqutstadors. . · · · . ' ' i X Alex Grozii, another former 'f' : player once involved'in a scari- i dal and who has been business J manager and assistant to the ^president of the ABA's Ken- tucky Colonels, is general manager of the fledgling club. - The appointment of Jones and Groza .was announced Tuesday by' Conquistadors owner Leonard Bloom. The ABA will hold an expansion draft Thursday so tne Conquistadors can stock their roster, drawing · two players from each of the other nine teams in the league. Each team will freeze six players initially and a seventh after the first round. Jones. 40, played for eight years in the Celtics back court and spent last year as an assistant' to Bill Sharman of the Los Angeles Lakers, who won the.National .Basketball Association championship. The Standings By THIS ASSOCIATED PRESS Amorlciui Lciiguo Enst W. I.. I'd. G.B, Dclroit 57 46 .55:1 -Baltimore 5li '17 ,541 1 New York 5 3 4 8 .525 3 Boston 52 50 .510 4W Cleveland 48 56 .462 DM Milwaukee 41 C3 .394 1CW West Oakland 62 43 .590 -Chicago 59 44 .573 2 Minnesota 54 47 .535 6 Knnsas City 49 54 .476 12 California. 47 57 .452 M Texas 41 64 .390 21 Tuesday's Results New York 4. Detroit 2 Boston 4, Cleveland 1 ' " Baltimore 4, Milwaukee 2 Minnesota 6, Texas 5, 10 In-, nings Kanses Cily 4, Oakland 3 Chicago 4. California 3 Wednesday's Games Texas (Stanhouse 1-2) at Minnesota (Wooclson 9-9) . Cleveland (Perry 18-0) at Boston (Siebert 9-7)' Baltimore (McNally 10-10) at Milwaukee (Brett 5-9), N Oakland (Blue 4-6) at. Kansas City, (Hedlund 3-5), N Chicago (Wood 18-11) at California (Ryan 12-9), N Detroit (Fryman 0-0 and Timmerman 7-8) at New York (Slottlemyre 11-2 and Gardner 1-0), 2 Houk Sees Chance For Yanks National League East W. I,. Pet. G.B. Pittsburgh .65 38 .631 -New York 55 47 .539 '9 ; Chicago 55 50 .524 11 St. Louis 51 51 .500 1.T Montreal . 45 56 .416 19 Philadelphia 39 64 .379 26 West Cincinnati 63 35 .618 -Houston 58 47 .552 6Vz Los Angeles 53 49 .520 10 Atlanta 48 58 .453 17 San Francisco 48 59 .449 ITA San Diego 41 .63' .394 23 Tuesday's Rlsulls Chicago 6, Montreal 5 Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia 2 Atlanta 8, Houston 4 St. Louis 6, New York 5 San Francisco 15, San Diego 4. 1st .. · · . San Francisco 7, San Diego 3, 2nd Cincinnati 2, Los Angeles 1, ID innings . Wednesday's Games Montreal (Moore 3-5), at Chicago (Reuschel 4-4) Philadelphia (Carlton 17-5) at Pittsburgh (Kison 5-4), N Los Angeles (Singer 4-10) a Cincinnati (Hall 3-1), N Houston (Reuss 8-8) at Atlanta (Stone 3-8), N New York- (McAndrew 7-3) at St. Louis (Durham 0-4), N By THE ASSOCIATED 1'KUSS The inimiigcrs of the contending lonms in tho Amjorlcan Lcuguo Ensl nre uhriosl as confusing n*s the race Itself. "This has to be the best for us since 1861." said New York's Ralph llpuk after the Ihtrd- place .Yankees beat pace-sol- ting Detroit 4-2 Tuesday and climbed, within three games of Ihe top. "We're only two back In the loss column and our guys think they can win the pennant." "Wp'll beat llicnv the next three- games and they'll be right brick'where Lhcy-belong!" snapped Detroit's Billy Marlin. "As far as I'm concerned it's between Baltimore, Boston and us--and Baltimore is the one we have to'worry ahou.1." , "We have.,Ihe 'best .pitching day in and .day - out;" .commented Baltimore's Earl Weaver after the Orioles, downed Milwaukee by ;a, similar .4-2 core, "and if we get some hit- ng at all it should be ours.": Meanwhile, Ihe Oakland. A's ank slowly, in Ihe West and ad their; lead chopped to two ames over Chicago following a 3 loss to Kansas City. Mah- ;er Dick Williams grovyled No- comment" for the second wsec'ulive night when queried bout a skid that has seen his .ub drop three in a row and ;x of Us last seven starts. Elsewhere, the White Sox eld off California 4 : 3, Boston efeated Cleveland 4-1 and MJn- esota nosed out Texas 6-5 in 10 nnings. Detroit's Mickey Lolich tailed r the second lime to become aseball's first 19-game winnei 'hen the Yankees broke a 2-2 e with two unearned r u n s : i n IB eighth inning following Lol ch's bobble of Roy White's u'ht. Celerinq Sanchez drove in the o-ahead run with a bases oaded sacrifice fly and White, ·ho homered in the fourth cored on Ron Swoboda's sec nd run-scoring single. Boog Powell drove in all Bal f. SALE ENDS AUG. 12th OWEN CORNING FIBEBGLAS INSULATION SALE Full insulgtion is about the wisest investment you can make in your home... it pays for itself in only a few short years, then goes right on saving you heating dollars. Heavy Kraft paper facing prevents condensation damage, use 1 3V2" in walls, 6" in ceilings. WBCK 901 W. Robinson - Junction Highway 68B and 71S Sprinndalo, Arkansas -- Near. Holiday Inn Phone 751-7292 Monday thro Saturday 8 a.m. lo 5 p.m, Except Friday Open 'til 8 p.m. imoi'o's nms with « slnglo nncl v thi'ca-ruu homer and Pal 3obson blnnked the Brewers m t l l ' tho eighth wlicn Dave Ytny Inshccl a two-run single, ^ovvcll, who Ims raised h.ls bat- ,lng average from .159 on June 28 to ,233,liad a perfocl ·Mor-4 game, .'.'·' "They 'haven't really been llchlng around me," the first mseman said of his lengthy slump. "As a matter of fact, they've been walling for me lo get up Ihore." Oakland's Williams, who spewed profanities In the club- louso : after Monday night's loss, was In a sour mood ag.tln after Knnsas City's Fred Palek delivered a tie-breaking two-cut single In the ninth Inning. "No interviews," lie snarled al one writer. "I've got nothing to say. Get out. I saw whal you wrote today." The writer replied softly, "Do ypu want lo see II again lomor row?" and Williams cooled off long enough lo warn. "I pity the club we come out of it against," Although Patck's hit drove in Ihe winning run, the Royals got a gift tally in the third when second baseman Tim Cullcn lost Paul Schall's one - oul bases-loaded pop fly in Ihe lighls and it fell untouched. Schiuil was out on the infield fly rule but Richie Scheinblum raced home from third base when the ball dropped; Jay Johnstone homered for Chicago's first run against Call- formia hut the While Sox score: two decisive talies in a weirc eighth 'inning on an apparen inning-ending double play. With the buses loaded, Carlo^ May grounded to second base man Sandy- Alofar, \yho flipped to Leo Cardenas.'·' The shortstop completed the relay to first baseman Bob Oliver But umpire Merle Arillion. ruled that Cardenas rnisset second base and Buddy, Brad ford scored on the play. Pa Kelly then streaked home from second base when Oliver rollec he 'nnll buck to llic mound, hlnklng the sklo hnd been re- Ired. j . · ,Doug G-ltfln's tlq-brcnklni! Inglo triggered n three-run raf- y in the eighth inning Unit uiir- ·led Bostoiv over Clovelnnd be' ilnd Marty Paltln s five-hit jUching.'Cnrl Yaslr/emskl and lien Potroceli drove in Bos- Ion's other eighth-Inning runs with a sacrifice fly nnd a single, Pinch hllter Dan Mon/.on'j l)HSDS-loKdO(l tWfii-CMt': Kifl'ilo In the lOlh l l f t n d ' i h c . Twjbs past tcxns !inil to within slx-^ames of Onklnnd in DID AL WSsl. Ted Ford's two-oiil .'homer In tho nlnlh for the Rangers sent the contest into overtime.,. Dunny Thompson homered , for Min- nesols. Six Sign Pacts ATLANTA (AP) -- The Al- ant.v Flomqs of tho National rlpckoy League announced Tuesday tlie signing of .six players for their opening season, including who received niultiyear contracts. The six include Keith McCreary, a veteran of 12 NIIL, campaigns, who has been named team captain; forwards Billy MacMlllan, 20, and Ernie Hickc, 24, who played with Toronto and California respectively, last year; and amateurs Jean LeMieux, Don Marlineau and Johnny Martin. Bid Submilled On Insuring Slale Workers LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- One f i r m submiUed a valid bid Tuesday on health insurance for state employes. The stale Employes' Insurance Advisory Committee rejected the bid be cause of premium .rates -thai were considered excessive. This was the second time that the committee had sought bids for the insurance contract with out obtaining 'a successful bid 'der. The committee thought it un likely it would obtain a reason able contract until the Genera Assembly authorized the state to pay a considerably larger share of the premiums thai allowed now. . Softball Play Continues Dandy Oil blanked EPC 10^0 BS men's fast Ditch Softball action continued Tuesday evening at the Cily Park. · Russell Ogle was tlie winning luirlor: while Jim Carson was charged with the loss, Top hit- lers for Dandy Oil were Wes Robinson with one home run and James Baker. Wendell Adams and Ogle with two runs each: ' . · -. In the second game Ihe City of F a y e t t'e v i 1 1 e dumped Gateway Plywood -Q-5. John Miller was the winner and J, D. Hash the loser. M The loss was Gateway's first of the season. Top hitters for Gateway were Williams and Tom Teasdale both will) home runs. For the City of ( Fayet- tevil|e Dean Lamb' and Pat Tobin botli scored /' hyp runs each. · '·"'-' I-' r -'·· ·. Huntsville won the/finale 5-3 over SWEPCO; Gone King was Ihe winner and W. J. Wliilehead the loser. . · Top hitters for Huntsville was Shinn with one run'aniJ qji'e'^RBI. Action continues, tlijs -'evening in the slow pitch league. At 5:45 Baldwin arid Mr. Quick tangle in a fast pitch make up gamo while at 7:15 the ^Northwest Arkansas TIMES takes on-Local 865 and at 8:45 .-.Standard Register meets Levi. V. ' A Trip To OSCO Is Al ways Worth The OSCO coupons are like money in your pocket. Clip and bring them to OSCO for money-saving values! OSCO N.W. ARKANSAS PLAZA Hiway 71. Between Fayetteville and Springdale EXPIRATION DATE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 12 $1.00 CASH VALUE 20* CASH VALUE NATURALLY FEMININE Hygiene Deodorant .;. Powder Spray Phillips Milk of Magnesia 5-Oz. Spray Can OSCO Reg. $1.70 $2.00 CASH VALUE Ansell 1 50 * latex Gloves V C A A LU H E Westclox Travel $2.00 CASH VALUE Wella Balsam Hair Conditioner Norelco TRIPLEHEADER SHAVER Hegular or Extra Body 8-Oz. Bottle OSCO Reg. S1.73 30* CASH VALUE 20ft CASH VALUE Family Size Tube SCOTCH MAGIC TRANSPARENT TAPE 30* CASH VALUE 200 CASH VALUE Listerme Antiseptic 20-01. Bottle OSCO Reg. $1.06 1 \^wmw $2.00 CASH VALUE Kodak Pocket- 20 INSTAMATIC CAMERA $2.00 CASH VALUE Shy FEMININE SYRINGE Unique DoslKn IIoUU Two flunrl? OSCO Keg. 123.88

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