Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 21, 1973 · Page 25
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 25

Publication:
Location:
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, February 21, 1973
Page:
Page 25
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Springdale Nabs :·»*#. · · Tour/iey Berth By GRANT HALL TIMES SporU Writer SPRINGDALE - The Sprint- dale Bulldogs romped to an 8356 win over Fayetteville last night, thereby clinching a berth In the, state AAA-;tournament next week in Little Rock. . Springdale, now 11-10 .for the he die season and 6-8 in:,:-AAA-West, ville. beat Fayetteville twice this season, the first time that has happened in at .least eight years. Fayetteville; in losing its fifth straight gameitJellHo 10-17 for the year and* 3-t! in the conference. ·The Bulldogs of ;coach Joe Kretschmar must now win at le'ast one and probablyt both of their remaining fyp games to have a. chance for. the state tournament.. ThexY-play at Rogers tomorrow "nigh't-' and at home against Convay ; .on Friday night. 1 ' · ; . ?$?''?.*· O f f i c i a l l y , ^.the/Bulldogs haven't had a losinsfseason yet, because -theoretically ?faey could win their last two'regular season games, plus.four in the AAA tournament.-afid two more in the overall state; tournament. But realistically,- Uifyjtnay now have to depend on a .favorable coin flip just to.^getyinto the AAA tournament, -'.even if they sweep the remaining tw« fames. , ·' :*.. Newman TURNOVERS'KEY McFerrin When Springdale won earlier Steele at Fayetteville, 57-46. the most Bryant Important statistic was the Red Brooks Dogs' 19-20 from the free throw Burnett line. Last night they^ missed Weir seven free throws--bui-' hit 60 per cent from the. field. But perhaps even more important, Fayettevttle they suffered only six turnovers, Kretschmar compared to 23 by the-Purple Gulley Dogs. Fayetteville committed West nine in the first halt, of- which Davis at-least six resulted-Jn Spring- Harnesf dale field goals. There in lay the difference In the first half, which ended with Springdale ahead 35-23. - :·' . The game was fairly;close in the first quarter, , but Springdale, which led all the way,.to ok a 20-14 lead when David-Bed's field goal just beat the buzzer. Dennis Boyd then added three more field goals in the second quarter to this three in the opening period, leading Springdale to a 15-9 advantage in the second frame. It was in the third quarter that the game turned into a lout, as Springdale poured in 27 points to take-a ; .62-35 lead.. At one point, the'Red Bulldogs doubled Fayetteville,'. 62-31. Jamie Prendergast' r. led the onslaught with eight ·-points, Reed followed with seven/and Kenny Gibbons add«d six. Both teams played, reserves In the final quarter,-.- which ended in a 21-21 standoff. Even Springdale's second-liners were hotr as Jim Culp scored 11 points with- his accurate left- handed shot and Doug Bryant hit two 25-footers; Bryant had not scored preveiously this year, and when his first ram bow shot went in, the entire Springdale bench erupted in merriment. S p r i n ' g d ale coach Phillip Sanders said it best after the game: "Everything .we did was right. We passed well, we played defense, well, and we shot well. This was by far our best offensive game of the year." In particular, he praised the play of Boyd, who led all players in scoring with 17 points and in rebounds with 14. Boyd also blocked a shot or two, as he did in the game at Fayette- '.lle. Mike Kretschmar led Fayette ville with 12 points, as all 1' Bulldogs saw action (all 1', Springdale players also got into the game), Jackie Davis, who played quite a bit early in the year before suffering a too injury, came back in the fourth quarter last night to swish six consecutive free throws. Fayetteville still leads Spring dale in the all-time rivalry, 74 22, but that fact didn't providi much solace on the bus ridi home last night. From the tirm the Bulldogs got on the bus unti it pulled up at FHS, nobody sail a word. They all realize ther will be no trip to the state tour nament unless they dc" Rogers and-or Conway. Sprragdale FG FT-FTA Boyd Prendergast Reed Culp Gibbons Bruton Waldren Ownbey Childress Trumbo Surgin Donaubauer Tucker Evans DOUBLE TEAMED . . . Fayettevllle's Tony ChMress Zoofrs for an open teammate while Springdale's Dennis Boyd (20) and another Bulldogs player apply the pressure with a double team defensive tactic. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Feb|21, 1973 rAYITTCVILLE, ARKANSAS Negotiations To Resume Today NEW YORK (AP) -- Negotla-i lions between 'the Major League Baseball Players Association and the owners were scheduled to resume today with both sides maintaining a stern silence over any progress they may or .may not be making. i "There will be no'Statements until we have something to announce." said Dick Moss, attorney for the Players Association following Tuesday's one-hour meeting. The meigtin|; of the Players Relations Conjmittee could then result in .a,^meeting of all 24 club owneri^hursday or Friday depend{ng?on how the nego- liations were; going. DO-IT-YOURSELF SPECIALS ^^ Save on WATER HEATERS $54/7 $61 27 30 Gallon SAVE Natural Gas .-..-.. $17.05 40 Gallon SAVE Natural Gas $19.86 Stainless Steel Double Compartment KITCHEN SINK Self-Rimming - Size 22x33 SAVE $3.84. *20 66 5 4 3 0 2 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2-2 ·2-2 2-5 6-6 0-0 0-1 0-0 4-6 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 ZO 16-24 56 niitinnnnniimin Cage Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS - College Arkansas 96, TCU 94, OT High School ntral LR Central 79, LR Parkview 77 LR McClellan 68, Jacksonville 65 NLR Ole Main 73, LR Catholic 66 El Dorado 55, NLR Northeast 54 Dollarway 83, LR Mills 66 Forrest City 57,-Jonesboro 47 51 Streak Is Halted PATTON, Pa (AP) -- Indiana High School defeated Cambria Heights 33 15 in a dual wrestling match Tuesday night to snap Cambria Hefghts' 43- match non-losing streak that dated back to Dec 10, 1969 FS Ndrthside 64, Pine Bluff 1 Springdale 83, Fayetteville 56 FS Southside 73, Rogers 58 Hot Springs 47, Conway 39 Texarkana 57, Benton 52 West Memphis 48, Helena 46 Alma 56, Subiaco 55 Van Biiren 54, Mena 44 B e n t o n v i l l e 78, Siloam Springs 51 Ashdown 63. Arkadelphia 57 Harrison 67, Mountain Home The TIMES 1* The Best Buy For Your Advertising Dollars! Morrilton 92, Lake Hamilton Magnolia 59, Crossett 50 Sr. Boys Tournaments 6AA at Lonoke Searcy 43, Cabot 28 Hot Springs Lakeside 70 Sheridan 52 4A at Fort Smith Greenwood 72, Dardanelle 42 Paris 77, Ola 48 Mansfield 78. Booneville 52 4B at Maynard Williford 69, Poughkeepsie 4 Highest Mutuel Payoff At Oaklawn Paylasia Takes Feature HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) -- longshot, Paylasia, captured Tuesday's $12,500 feature race t Oaklawn Park and paid a chopping $56.80 on a win ticket. The Arkansas Bred paid $18 or place and $10.20 for show. The payoff represented the lighest mutuel so far during he current Oaklawn meeting. Paylasia drove to the front near the finish and beat Red lot Tamale by a half length. The winning time for the 5V4 "urlongs was 1:04 2-5 on a fast track. Red Hot Tamale returned $8 and $4.80 and another outsider Hunting Cap, paid $5.20 for show. Jockey John L. Lively raced evenly in fourth place with Paylasia through the stretch turn while Fleet Tudor and Rec Hot Tamale battled the lead from, early pacesetter Warning Sun. Lively made his move about midstretch when it ap peared the winner would be ei ther Red Hot Tamale or Fleet Tudor. Paylasia, being pressured by fast-closing Hunting Cap, closed with a hard drive on the out side to just pass Red Hot Ta male in the final strides. Bred by Arkansan J. W. Du rett, Paylasia won four straigh at Oaklawn last year under th tutoring of Jim Garroutt. The 4 year-old gelding, acquired la: summer by Mrs. H. L. Hem bree and now trained by Jii O'Bryant, was making his 197 debut in this race. The Daily double of Fire light in the first, ridden by ouis Spindler, and Dixie oute, with Gary Louviere board in the second, Nos. 5-7, aid $312. A crowd of 9,903 wagered 1.023,520. Bosuns Strike was the favor- te in today's $10,000 feature, osuns Strike was-assigned top- weight of 114 pounds and was idden by Sandy Hawley. Also ntered were Miss Lana K. 114), B's Little Tiger (114), Darlin Lil (114), Mandame 3ominer (109), Last Volunteer (107), Primoram (114) and Greek Fortune (110). The allovyance race was for 3- year-old fillies over six furlongs. FULL STOCK OF A.B.S. PLASTIC PIPE AND FITTINGS City and State Approved Full Stock of A.B.S. Plastic Pipe and Fittings -- City and State Approved. .:'·_ Why worry about an unsafe plumbing system; ask one of the Johnson ; Brothers to design your plumbing system 1o meet city and stale health standards.'·'.- We have a booklet, "Step by Step Guide for Installing and Repairing .Home Plumbing. Reg. Price $1.00. This Sale 77c. Free with $10.00 Purchase. We have the best stocked plumbing center in Northwest Arkaniai. Come in and see us. :. Prices Good Thru Saturday Noon, Feb. 24th .:.; Johnson's Plumbing Phone: 442-5051 Block West of Razorback Road on Hwy 62 West Disiricl tourney Continues Play DECATUR -- Action continued Tuesday evening in the Area 1 District Basketball Tournament. ' M o u n t a i n b u r g bounced Cedarville 34-25 in junior girls action while Mountainburg's senior boys topped Pea Ridge 70-29. .Kingston downed St. Paul 4B- 22 in junior girls action while Gentry eliminated St. Paul's senior boys. Decatur downed Elkins 70-60 in the senior boys division in the final game of the day. The TIMES It The Best Buy For Your Advertising Dollars] Sale. Save big on our El Tigre 278 tires. Then hit the road with 2 plies of polyester and 2 fiber glass belts. Sale 17 81 plus 1.31 fed. tax A78-13 Wackwall tubeless. Reg. 20.95 El Tigre 276. Our fiber glass belted tire In the wide profile 78 series. A 2+2 construction of polyester cord and fiber glass belts with a wrap around tread design. No trade-in required. Whitewall tubetess BONANZA SIRLOIN PIT* WE SERVE A TERRIFIC STRIP SIRLOIN STEAK WITH BUTTERY BAKED POTATO, HOT TEXAS TOAST AND TOSSED SALAD FOR... ONLY ji WE ALSO SERVE DELICIOUS SEAFOOD ... AND CHICKEN ',;.AND SHRIMP...AND BONANZABURGERS...AND... (Don't let the name fool you) msm SIRLOIN PIT. and eve rythfng else STEAK, AT HAMBURGER PRICES Tire size C78-13 F78-14 G78-U G78-15 H78-15 .Res. 24.95 30.95 32.95 33.95 35.95 Sale 21.21 26.31 28.01 28.86 30,56 Plus fed. tax 2.01 2.'50 2.67 2.7? 2.96 Additional whitewall sizes available at our low sale prices. 28 45 plus- 2.49 fed. tax E 70-14 blackwall tubtfoss. Scat-Trac 70 Series Competition profile tire. 4 ply nylon. Raised white letters. No trade-in required. Tubeles* Tire size F70-U G70-14 H70-14 Price 30.55 32.80 33.75 Plus fed. tax 2.51 2.79 2.98 Sale 69 88 Reg. 79.98. Deluxe 8 track tape deck with 2 hang-on speakers. Features slide control volume, tone and balance, select, eject and repeat buttons, channel and tape lights and fast forward. Equipped with burglar alarm. 8 track stereo tapes 2.99-3.99 Sale price* effective thru Saturday. " Tire Life Saver Special. 1Q.40 * Here's what we do: adjust torsion bar height, camber, · caster and toe-In, center steering position and balance 4 wheels, Inspect and adjust brakes. Includes Pit Boss · safety Inspection, JCPenney auto center : We know what you're looking for. Shop 7:30-8:30 Monday, Thursday, Friday

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free