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Ish Holey Tlmn Sport* Editor * * Biggest Three For College Track ·wmmfitmfnHfflN^^ This marks the middle week end of college track's biggest triumvcrate--the Texas, Kansas and Drake Relays. The Arkansas Razorbacks sent a small contingent to Austin last week. This weekend they will be in Lawrence, Kansas. Arkansas will enter the two- mile relay with Randy Taylor Bob Pruitt. Pat Romero and Conrad Gaither. The mile- relay will have Jim Lawson. Phil Moudy, Bob Wilson and Gaither. Mike Abbiatti. Jerry Coates. Lawson and Gaither will be in the 880 relay. Bruce Queens, Gary Adams.. Phil Maltby and Tom Bird will hand the distance-m c d 1 e y events. In the field events. Jerry Petty will he in the shot put. Petty will h a v e to contend with several 60-foot performers including Arkansas native Karl Salb, who is one of three 60-footers on the Kansas track roster. Nathan Myers and Petty will enter the discus. Kansas native Kevin Danaher will be entered in the triple jump. This year's, relays, the 44th running, are dedicated to Al Oerler, the former Kansas discus thrower and current Olympic discuss champion. Oerter never lost in competition during the Texas. Kansas and Drake sweep. "We'll have a tough time again this weekend." said Ar kansns coach Tom Hardin. "We've got two or three run ners that are ailing, and that can kill your chances in the relay events." BULLDOG SPRING In addition to an impressive track program, Faycttcvilic High School is also running off competitive schedule in both tennis and golf. The tennis team, coached by Ray Brown and sparked by David Beauchamp and Randy Jackson, has scored recent victories over St. Anne's and Ben- tonvillc. Coach Joe Kretschmar is handling the golf team which has a 4-t record at this writing. Dick Anderson. Rick Kro- ton. Andy Lewis and Monty Fulton are the top point leaders on the links teams. Both the tennis and golf units will compete in the state tournaments later this month. LOCAL CHAMPION University of Arkansas and All-Southwest Conference defensive halfback Gary Adams is locked in a head-to-head duel with R a m n y basketball coacli Charles Wilson for the table tennis championship of the Fayetteville Athletic Department. In one bold stroke. Gary defeated Bobby Nix. E. T. Dan icls and David Vinscm. Charlie, who rarely needs a stepladder, is the reigning champ and a former Razorback tennis player. Gary and former Southwest Conference half-mile champ Bige Wray are doing their practice teaching at the high school. Bige hasn't played too much ping pong, but he has been known to battle Ray Brown on the banks below the Lake Seauoah dam. MORNING ACTION Not even the early hours bring quiet to the Harmon Playfield track. Physical edu- cati'on supervisor Joe Holt has been conducting grade school track meets each week. Former Fayetteville High nth Cubs Keep Cardinal Hitting At North Pole letes Bob Gardner. David Parish and Bubba McCord have been assisting Coach H o l t along with the athletic staff. The entire program, which gives a lot of kids a chance to participate and represent their schools, will be climaxed by the Exchange Club Relays which will he held Inter'this month. PORKER ENTRIES The UofA spring sports program for 1909 is the largest and most active in the school's history. The four sports involved, track, baseball, golf and tennis, are competing in a total of 80 individual events during the 'C9 season, and includes 85 athletes in competition. By sports there arc 40 men competing in track with an Il-cvent: b a s e b a l l h a s a t t r a c t e d 25 athletes and covers a 30-game schedule, the longest in UofA history; there arc 11 men taking part in the golf program with 17 scheduled events.: and tnnnis involves six men over a 22 match schedule. Considering the fact that each is a non-revenue sport, the total program is supported by a successful football program. Each of the four sports is also staffed by a ton man in his field, former Razorback distance star Tom Hardin in track: Wayne Robbins. onetime pitching aco with Missis- siipi State, in baseball; for mcr NAIA All-Amcrican Danny Mason in golf: and state singles' champion Dave Koss- ovcr in tonnis. PROUD OWNER Arkansas freshman basket- hall star Vernon Murphy is the beaming owner of a new motorcycle. Vernon. whose (i-fi frame is supported by logs the length of a middle-aged sappling. looks like an endcrly gentleman on a tricycle when he tries to navigate his limbs under the handle b;-rs. FINAL EXAMINATIONS A l t h o u g h t h e spring h a s been marred by numerous injuries and early operations, the Arkansas Razorbacks have still scheduled two fool hall games. The first will he April 2fi in Little Rock al 2:00. The second will be Friday, May 2 at Razorback Stadium. ON THE SCHEDULE There will be a triangular track meet in the Bcrryville High School stadium Tuesday night. April 22. at 7:00. Taking part wi" Brown Univcrsit. the Ozarks and School of the Ozarks. Try-outs for American Le- gion'baseball will bo held this .weekend at the f a i r - . grounds. The hoys will meet at 1:00 on Saturday and 1:»H on Sunday. These sessions will be held for the 17 and 18 year olds for the College Club team. COACHING CHANGES Van Buren High S c h o o l coach and former Razorback Jackie Brasuoll has resigned his position as b e a d point. Brasuell has been replaced by former Springdale and Alma coach Hex Yerhy. Springdale basketball coach Phillip Sanders has also resigned to become principal of Southwest J u n i o r High i n Springdale. Phillip also tloos well as a fisherman, landing a 10-pound bass recently. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS There was a pretty good rea- sun why Bill Stoneman wasn't nervous. The situation was completely unfamiliar "I never even came close to a no-hitter before." said the Montreal Expos' chunky little hurler after baffling Philadelphia with a 7-0 masterpiece Thursday night. The main reason for this is simple: Stoneman was consigned to an apparent life of oblivion in the bullpen until rescued by the Expos in the expansion draft. Thursday's brilliant effort was his first complete game in the majors, and only the second in his entire pro career. The first was with a minor league team two years ago. That, explained the 23-ycar- old rightrhandcr, was probably why he didn't "think there was any pressure. The n e r v e s weren't, there. T wasn't as nerv ous as I should have been. I had good stuff and T was getting the ball where I wanted it." Before the Expos drafted him from the Chicago Cubs. Stoneman generally was a reliever because. "I'm so short (5 Toot- 0) that my managers and coaches always said. 'You're n ·clicvcr.' I was successful at it so I staved there." But Gene Mauch. Montreal manager, grossed with i d he was im Stone-man's ap- a team lie managed for nine I edged San Diego 5-4. I.os An years until he was fired last summer, and decided to give him a shot at being a starter. He lost his first two tries this season, against night. but the was untouchable Phils Thursday Stoneman. who said he threw a fastball and curves with a few change-ups, walked five and struck out eight for the nine- game old Kxpos. marking the first time an expansion team hurler has pitched a no-hitter in the team's debut year. The closest Philadelphia came to a hit came in the first when Dcron Johnson smashed a liner down third that was foul only by inches, when center fielder Don Bosch made a shoestring catch on Don Money in the second, and when Rusty Staub made a long running catch of a line drive to risht field by Tony Taylor in the third. Stonernan didn't have to face tho Phils' top slugger. Richie Allen, who sat out the tame with a bruised rieht shoulder. Meanwhile. Staub backed Stoneman with a homer, three doubles and three RBIs. In other National League samps, the sizzling Chicago Cubs boosted their record to 9-1 by blanking St. Louis for the second straight night ?,-0. Pitts burgh slopncd the New York Mcts 4 0. Atlanta ripned Tlnus- ·arnnces against Philadelphia, ton 9-3. and San Francisco San Kranciscu used a two-run double by Jim Davenport to break a tie in tin- sixth inning and went on to hand expansionist San Dit-go ils sixth straight gcles and Cincinnati were idle. St. Louis Manager Red SchoeneJienst. in an effort to revitalize bis defending NL champs' miserable hitting, shook up his lineup by benching three of last year's stars--I.ou Brock. Julian Javier and Tim McCarvcr. But, it didn't heln a bit. The Cubs' Bill Hands and Phil Regan teamed to stop the Cards o n four hits, handing them t h e i r ! fifth home loss in f i v e games. | Hands. 2-0, didn't permit a| runner past second and yielded three hits during his eight-inning stint. Al Spanglor singled in the Cubs first run in the t h i r d , and Billy Williams doubled in t w o ; more in the eighth. Aged Jim Banning struck out nine and pcrmitcd just three · hits in a strong six-inning show·! ] os A X d K I . K S I'.MM ing against tile Mets. _ Wu| ., d ^n,,.^,,.,;,,. d l l l m | ,j,, n The 36-yoar-old R u n n i n g . only. C u l . U s Clikt , s ..^.j,,^ t l l u ',., Winner J u a n Marichal. 2 0 , fanned eight before leaving for a pinch hitter in the eighth. WelSerweigiii Title Fight Dale Northwoit ArkonfM TIMES, Friday, April It, IN* FAvrrriviLLi, ARKANSAS · II St. Joseph's Of Fayetteville Scores Local Track Triumph In spite of the t h r e a t of r a i n . i S t . Joseph's 3. West Fork (49.(i) the area 1-B junior high track i I DO Yard D a .', h - - 1. Halla- stcrs ran under cloudy s k i e s i b a u c h . K l k h i ' i 2. Taylor. Farm- here yesterday in p r e p a r a t i o n ' ['aldington lor the district meet next l u e s - h day. ' " · - ' St. Joseph's of Fayettevilli Km R e l a y dink meet honors in a close ViWil.-u.d t r a c k b a t t l e w i l l Farmington. ( I : !·!.]) St. Joseph 1 '; captured i;C'.' 410 Yard Da" .- I. Stuhblc- pciints to r,l for Fartoingto!!. l'0:d. St. Joseph's 2. Marinoni, There w a s only one pnini Si. J o c i m ' s '.',. lireiyle:;. Farm- separating the two' teams going ,in;j:on i.1F..(ii i n t o the 1 m i l e 1 relay, but St. eiHH Yard Run 1. \V.\les. I'rai- Joseph se-ure-cl a sen,ml p l a e - e - i r i e 1 Oo.e 1!. Hran-.let. Wnocl- f i n i s i i to F a r m i n g U m ' s l e u i r l h to l.iiid decide the ir.ei!. ''-: "·'· '·' P r a i r i e - drove f i n i s h e d I h i r 'i 2'J'i Daw i t h V.'oeidland's. Ii t e a m f e i u r t h ·'··'.. ,Jiise:;;i :)8 points and E l k i n s h i t ' Karmington 2. St. Joseph's 4-14 last season, picked up h i s - ^ ^ , 1" ,, U 1 f«' U 2 . Vi-M Fork P"s.e,i ,r.. ,::,.,, 2.500th career slrikeoul in the ,,,'j 110 '^ de 'L n '-e ',f ills .Awhile Creenland and R a m a v i: M: ,- I!, fifth, as he atoned for a shelling | n n J K | l t n( r;ii nl;1 ] nsr x-inolc-s ol manacc'd four each to round em: S' Jo;c:i! in his first start this season, '^.^i,.,, ' ' ' ' ' t h e - fie-lcl. ' ' ~ I.ofte-!!. West Furk 1 S i u l i b V i i e l d . -; 2. Tjyior, Farn-,H a t l a h a u K l i . Eli.ini 1. Woodland 2. West Fork Ron Kline finished up and didn't " T | H '. ; ;I . yr . ;il .. 0 | (i v( , l( . r .., n fi-oin K'd; S l u b b l e - f i i Id yield a hit. i D a l l a s opened as a 10 r, b i d i n g JM,C|I|I'S racked u; ::" Al Oliver cracked a three r u n ; .s,-u-raM"am's points as he p! homer-h,s first in the majors " -for the Pirates in the eighth. I ; , , J . , , Sonny Jackson knocked m · ' . .. . ·., j . i t i i - i L oo MM- .MOM- loo.M \ \ i i - , · · · · * tln-ee_ runs, including two w i h, ( . (i| . ( ,.. ] ( ) vj;h |h(i ,,,, v ,- i h , | i l v ,,-!,, t ,· and inside the park homer, to · -, _ _ , . . »n j _ L I r..,..-t ...i H'!,i | i n i ( O i i i l help Atlanta past Houston. Win | ner Pat Jarvis helped out with two-run single. pion P and Los Aiples Moisnts Big Margin In Division Finals Of NBA Cage Elimination Series Your Wedding f TUXEDO XT' Fashion Rents 10^ W. Die-ksein 4 la-Mill ATLANTA (API -- The Now,bly will face in the playoffs for goks. York Knicks' battle with the j the NBA championship. Boston Celtics will be followed | Los Angeles Coach Bill van closely tonight by the Los An-JBroria Kolff refused to claim the · '· · ' division title hut he did admit the triumph in Atlanta was "a very big one for us. I don't think we're over the gelcs Lakers. The Atlanta H a w k s aren't very interested. The Lakers v i r t u a l l y nailed down the National Basketball Association's Western Division crown Thursday night by whipping the H a w k s 100-85. The victory enabled the Lakers to take a 3-1 lead in their bcsl-of-7 scries and they ean wrap it up by winning the fifth game in Los Angeles Sunday. So the Lakers naturally want to know w h a t team they proba- The Celtics also are counting challengcr would c-nteT the 1 r i n g . . at the Forum in n c i g h b o r i n g ' t h i - sh/il and a 141-1'., throw in I n ^ l e u o f i d a g a i n on even tC'i IMS. ; t h e discus. Cokes, defending the M7 ' V A R S I T Y RESULT b: pound division r - r n w n for t h e 1 1'-!" Hurdles 1. McCutcheon. s i \ l h time, and \apule-s. a Cu- Woodland 2. M i el lioorr. ban e x p a t r i a t e now l i v i n g in K a m a y Box. P r a i r i e - f, r u v e Mexico Citv. figure-el to aUract!Turncr. Woodland M , . ; , i .s.nni- ll.'iod t a n s anil gate '» K e l a y - l . Farmmglc.n " !receipts of possibly illlO.OOd. Age-less pnnnote'r George 1 I ' a r - nassil=. guaranteed Cokes W.ll.OOO a rerord for a wcllor-veigllt champion, and Xapolcs .SJU.OOO. There is no domes! ;r Iclc- visiou nor radio hroadcas!. T n i a l c h clause no hump yet. You never think that." he said, "until the last game is won. "But it was a big victory for us. coming on the road. Any j been decided yet. time you win on the road it's "Nobody is going to c l a i m Ihe great. Now we've got to work to win one at home.'' Atlanta Coach Richie Guerin said. "We're in a difficult spot, trailing ,1-1 and going to Los An- on the home-court edge tonight The-re is when they try to clinch t h e . j , , t | H , C i m tr;-,-l-; I n i l N ' a p o l e s ' j Eastern Division title by heat-!man.-mer. Cm-n Cnv.ele-. disclosed j i ' ing the Knicks. I h e w i l l gm- C"!;'-s a re-match The Celtics leael in the scries !jf .lose w i n s the t i t 1 ; - . 3-2. although the Knicks w o n 1 Asked wh-, Condi- r e p l i e d 1 ' their last battle in New York. Van Breda Kolff points mil. however, that ne-ithcr the We-st era or the Eastern crowns havc'm-ne-d about m a I; i n c 1 ' Bulldog Tracksters Slated For Start In Tech Relays title until its won." lie said. However, the Lake-rs' coach said Ihe e-h was elated about b e a t i n g Allan jDoui: Lm-il ta after an erratic start. "Roth teams playe-cl like e-ol- lege teams in their first t o u r n a rnent he said. "I don't know how many times we lost the ball poimil -. "Cokes lias t r a i n e d we-!! never really pets out or sh Announcing... Ready-To-Eat Taco Shells Af Your Favorite Grocer. Packed 12 in a box inuio'; s m a n a g e r f I V i l l . i ' ; . ; a l ! t h e t a l k i n t f fn:'| i^h s p e a k i n g u a r hard By I.ONME GIBSON TIMES Spurts Writer . ^ , The possibility of rain could t j , 11 be J o h n : t u r n the Arkansas Tech Rcla\s Brown University. College of ' i n t o a swimming meet, but wea- - - - ~ - ·' (her permitting the relays will be the largest meet of the season with a total of 37 teams expected to enter. Some of the cn- Iries include Litlc R o c k Cent r a l . I-'o r t Smith Northside, N'orih Little Rock and Russell ville. The Fayetteville Bulldogs who boast of three tr.ncksters in the state's top ten will also be on hand. Bob Chcync holds down the states second s p o t in the shot, Jerry Mouse is also num- Dick Lotz Heads Tourney Field With Sizzling First Round Score i the pole vault. Bulldog coach Bobby Nix is optimistic despite the high caliber of opposition. "We are more ready physically than we were last Tuesday night since we had two days of good hard parcticc." Nix said. Nix also commented that the Bulldogs will have to special- ise more in t h e meet. "This meet will give us a chance to evaluate individual performances and give each athlete a chance to participate in what he can do best." added Nix. Nix indicated that the performance in the mile relay would be the .judge of how well the Bulldogs do in the meet since he is entering his four best ber two in the high jump and Mick McWhorter ranks sixth in qllartcr mc ,, j n u, e even t. " l Tlie return of Roy Stout should strengthen the squad in the relays. Stout has been out most of the season with a pulled muscle. Scrimmage Work Tires Razorback Candidates FAYETTEVILLE. Ark. (API '-- Arkansas Coach Frank i Broyles said Thursday that a |Se:riinmagej Wednesday took too I m u c h out of the Kaxorbacks. | "It was just like practicing RANCHO I A COSTA Calif, uary. Masters champ George ion Sunday after a game on-Sat/AD 1 vnimi. nit-k Lot" \vho|Archcr and Billy Casper, one in-day." Broyles said following (AP) - \oung Dick LOU, «no i r ^ pl . c . tol|rncy , iivn ,. jlcs . .,,, Thul . sdiiv - s workout, tamed tough La Costa w n n a h;i(I 7]s i; s 0|)( , n ch . lmp LcC| K] . oy ] L , s s -,i ( | |,,- thought the Littler, fantastic: start, held a two- stroke lead going into today's second round of golf's Tournament of Champions, hut there was an ominous group of five I charging at his heels. I Lotz. a dark-haired 20-year- old native California!!, tore live- strokes off par in his first four holes Thursday, coasted in and announced that it was nice to football be back lei his own territory.! "It's always nice to get back around your home area. You re more adapted to the conditions and you play with more confidence. I know the course here. 1 can't complain about any- !lis opening (17. five under par for the 7,114-yard La Costa Country Club layout, helped. But there were plenty of other moans from the select 28-man field--about the- deep, d a m a g i n g ; r °"u's like an a l f a l f a field."i said Dave Stockton, one of a| group of five challenging at Oil.; "A (ill here is like a 11,1 ami place else in the weirkd." said globetrotting Gary Player, the British Open champion and an-1 either member of the eimntct two shots back. "A (i7 is fantastic, phenomenal round. j Also in the group are Arnold 1 Palmer, 49-year-old PC A king | Julius Roros and lonR-hlttingj Tom Weiskopf. I Defending champion Don Jan-i Trevino went to a 7-1 and Gene season's leading money winner, had a 75. defense performed well Wednesday's scrimmage. "I want to compliment the entire defense." he- said. "The Si 1 . Jean Signs ; defense was using the same BOSTON (AP) - Lennie St. scheme we- u s e d against .lean, a guard, sigucel Thursday j Georgia w h i c h was a lot of de- to plav his sixth season w i t h thcjfense." Boston Patriots of the American 1 A r k a n s a s de'fe'ated Georgia ' H i - 2 in the Sugar Bowl Jan. 1. worked so a !if;ht. even \ \ l i - - n t h e No. I l i n l i ' w e i u h l get a f i g h t w i t h l ' i e without getting a 'shot, and s o - h e w a s did Atlanta." j t r y i n g h T h e low-scoring ha'tle f i n a l l y 'champion t h i n . Carlos U r t i / " ·as broken open in the last scv j Nannies ni'U-r ueil a IT,irk n minutes, when the L a k e r s j a l O r t i / or the 13.*i poui-.d l i i l e . cored 3B points. ^vhieh s t i i l rankles hoth f i d i ' e r Will Chamberlain and .lorry[and niannrie-r. Vest led Ihe outburst, including | Their car^T record^ surge in which the Lakersi-'.-'i-fl-:). 27 knockout", cored 12 straight points a n d j m i r e : Napnk-s .VJ ·! 0. .'!' urncd a 73-70 deficit into an 82-|ouls. slopned once- 3 Inncl. I Drr-l.irr'd Parnassn MEXICAN ORIGINAL - A SURE SIGN OF QUALITY IN MEXICAN FOODS Just look for the name Made locally -- so you Vnow it'» rlie best. Bopped knoc !;· Open Sundays 1 1:30 n.m. to 9:30 p.m. "Wilt blocked a few shots. |a pr'fect malch. Bnth f i g i i t i - r s ; Highway 71 South cst made a lew steals, and w e - , a n - bcxeT'-. h n l l i nally got rollinfi." Van Breda j You seldom ge-l olff said. jbiivili'-n" Chamlicrlain w o u n d up \vith '| j points and 10 rebounds i i n c l | Vest scored 22 points. i Lou Hudson scored 2V. for the Hawks, and /.elnio Bcaly got I B . Jut Joe Calelwcll was held corcless, Walt Ha/./.arel scored nly five and Bill Bridges \\as mited to seven. rc p u n c h r i - - . 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