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Don January Takes Lead In Tourney Of Champions niiiHiiiiiiiiiii iiumiii imiuiiiiiiniini mi* Major League Baseball CAIILSBAD, -Calif. A P ) Old pro Don .January slumped back iu a chair, pleased but obvious ly h o nc-wea L'y D [Icr 1 can - ing his- skinny'-fraihc into a lashing, 40miilc'pcr hour wind. ' ' W h civ , " tie breathed. '-'That's tough on old folks." Januriiy endcd 2li ycars of retirement at age 45 and now, at 46, is fighting for l!ic Title in one of pro golf's mosl prestigious events,. the $225,000 Tournament of Champions/ · The steady, seemingly - nerveless January, who has loci' 20 pounds in his - comeback ant now .weighs only 155, came from' two strokes off I he pate with a four-umter-pHr .68 ' took'''the' second' round lca( from Hubert Green. A respectahlc, . one over-par finish over the last three tournaments in a row e a r l i e r holes--played into Ihe teeth the whipping winds--and some excellent putting wore the dm sive factors in January's vance. Green is the winner of three 1 Ills year and two in front or lie field going into Friday's vindy round over Ihe testing. 855-yard La - Costa Country !ub course. January had a two-round lo- a! of 189, five under par for .wo trips over the lough layout ind one ahead of Green, whose jrraltc pulling let him do no )etter than 71 and HO, Australian llrucc CrampLon, who had a share o' second unlii three putted the last hole was nexl at 70-140. U.S. Open champion Lou Gra liai'·· and J.C. Snead, tied a M2, were the only others in the elite, 22-man, winners-only fiek able lo break par 141 Sneai had a 70, Graham a 69. Ben Crpnshaw, the youlhfu runner-up'in last week's Mas lers, was at 72-144. Hay Floyd, the run-away win ncr of ihe classic in Augusta Ga., improved from an openin 8 lo 70 and said he was back n the race here. ; Jack Nicklaus is n o t com'' peling. Arnold Palmer, Lee 'rcvino and Gary Player failet o win in the United Stales lie last 12 months and were no eligible. Hllld scores Friday fi i amcnt of Champions ljr-72 La Costa Oounti Ih [ubcrt Green ·me Crainplon J.C. snend Tom Watson H«le Irwln n.-,vc dill Billy Casj«r Hay Floyd Bob Glider Ro?er Mallbia Don IMes Johnny Miller Gene LitUcr Tom Wci!Vopf ' 115k Mnticngale Tom Jenkins 71-63-13 69-71--1 71-70-11 72-70-11 7369-r 7272-1 71-71-1 71-71--1 76-70-1 72-7*-1 72-7S-! 73-75-3 72-76-1 78-TO-l 75-71-1 77-11--1 76-73-1 -,7-72-1 But Hogs Win Team Match Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Soturday, April 17, 1976 FAVETrrntJ.K, ARKANSAS _ By 'Hie Associated Press · A M E R I C A N LEAGUfi East Pascale Nips Bowman Again ·' York \Iilwkee 3altimore Detroit ioston Cleveland fcsas Oakland Jalifornia an . City Minnesota W 4 1 3 I 2 3 1 2 2 4 1 3 West 3 1 Pel. .800 .751) .400 ,333 .333 .250 .750 .71'! .500 .429 AW .333 Gil 'A 2 , 2 2!i 214 IVi Friday's Games Kansas City 5, Cleveland 3 Milwaukee 3, Texas 1 Giants Bomb Reds For 14-7 Win; Dodgers Lose Fifth Straight Game By HHKSCHEL NISSENSON AP Sports · Writer Pat Darcy liadn'l lost a game since June 29, 1975, and'Tommy John hadn't pitched in one since July 17, 1974. Those personal -streaks now must .start anew with April 16, 1976. Darcy's 10-game winning siring "came to an end Friday night as the San Francisco GE- nnls haltered him and four re- Heyers for 18 hits in a - JM-7 thumping of the Cincinnati Reds. Meanwhile, John made brie bad pilch--a , three-run homer" 'hy Atlanta's Darrell Evans--and Ihe Braves handed Ihe winless- Dodgers Iheir fifth consecutive defeat, 3-1. In the only other National League games,. Doc · , Medich came home and posted his first NL' triumph" 'as the Pirates downed (he New York Mets, and the Housloh As(ros won Iheir Oldsters Give Angels StraightJin By FRANK BROWN AP Spprls .Wriler '· They sat- together on [he bench, combining 28 years oE baseball experience and 70 years of age. Catcher Andy Etchebarren surveyed Ihe field from his perch in Ihe California Angels' dugout- and leaned over to his batterymate, pitcher Jim Brewer. . The 'Angels L and ;Dclroil Tigers iwe-re deadlocked 5-5 in the llth inning, fClchebarren's twb- out,- : 'riinlh-inning RBI single having driven in Ihe tying run. After Dave Chalk had. opened the iimin" wilh his third hit of a lengthening evening, Andy Elchebarren spoke. ; "If Rusty (Torres) sacrifices Chalk to second.. I think 1'! drive in the' winning run. too.' Etchebarrcn said lo hjs 38-year old teammate. The script was followed per fectly. After Torres had moved Chalk over, Elchebarren strode to Itic plate and cracked his game-winning h i t . . The 6-5 Iriumph over the Tigers was the Angels' third in a row after lhc club opened lhc American League season by losing ils first four games. The h i t ' t h a t decided the game was Ftchebarren's fourth in his last four at-bals. ·ROYALS WIN' In (he other AL games Friday night, the Kansas Cily Royals 'defeated Ihe Cleveland Indians 5-3 and the .Milwaukee Brewers beat Ihe Texas Rangers 3-IV ; Jim Brewer got credit lor Ihe triumph, keeping Detroit off the board over the final 3 2-3 innings. Steve. 'Grilli, 0-1. the third Detroit pitcher, was the loser in his first appearance of lhc year. Detroit, nn RBI hils by Willie Morion and Rlisly Slaub and a had lhc fo'jrlh in a row. -Dealing the San Diego Padres 4-1. Bobby Murcer wielded San Francisco's biggest bat against the Itcds. driving in four runs with a two-run homer and a bases-loaded single, while Ken Reilz, ' Gary Matthews and Craig Robinson each had two RDIs." - - . i Murcer's home run capped a three-rim inning against Darcy and- his bases-loaded single off Rawly Eastwick high lighted a six-run ninth. Jim Bai-r was the winning piteber. Braves 3, Dodgers 1 Evans smashed his lln-ee-nm homer in Ihe fifth inning anc Roger Morel, Atlanta's, third pitcher, put down - a . Los Ange les rally in Ihe ninthi ' Although he was tagged with the loss, . it was a ^satisfying comeback for (he veteran John who was making his first majoF league appearance ' since -Jul; 17,, 1974;-: .when he ruptured '. igament in his pitching elbow. "I'd like to have won, but .es. I'm pleased," said the 32 y e a r-o!d left-hander, wh allowed five hits and walke: 'our in five innings. P i r a t e s ' 3 , Mcts 1 Medich allowed eight hits, in eluding a John Milncr horn run, but only two over the tina five innings in ouldueling Mick ey Lolich. Meanwhile. Dav Parker drove in two Pillsburg runs with a fourth-inning singl and singled and scored on double by Frank Taverns in Hi seventh as Ibc Pirates remained the majors' only un- iKViten learn at 5-0. Astros 4, Padres 1 Run-scoring doubles by Enos California 6, : Detroit 5, 11 innings Only games scheduled Saturday's Games Minnesota (Hughes 0 0 ) at New York (Flgueroa 0-0) Chicago (Forstcr 0-0) at Bos- Ion (Tiant 1-0) Detroit (Roberts 0-0) al California (Ross 0-0) Baltimore (Palmer 1-1) at Oakland (Torre'z 1-1) Cleveland (Eckcrslcy 0-1) at ansas City (Fitzmorris 1-0), Milwaukee (Travers 0-0) at Texas (Singer O r l ) . ( n ) {· Sunday's Games ' Chicago' al-Boslon Minnesota at New York Cleveland at Kansas Cily Milwaukee at Texas Detroit at California Baltimore at. Oakland NATIONAL LEAGUE Easl W L Pel Gl) '5 Hy GIJANT HALL TIMKS Sports Edllur ROGERS -- Never did I wo lennis players want to beat each other any more than Ray Pascalc of Northeast Louisiana jnd Buddy Bowman ol Arkansas did in a college match here Friday night. Pascalc, a junior from Pine Bluff, arid Bowman, a freshman from Little Rock, have dominated Arkansas tennis for years. Pascale went into Friday's match never having lost to'Bowman, and he emerged from it with thai record intact. But his {-3.-G-7, 04 victory took all the shots in his repertoire, as usual, plus a stirring rally at the end. Down 0-3 in the 10th game of (he final set, Pascale put together f o u r raight outright winners for Ihe malch. It was easily the best match oi the year at Ihe Ichiban Ccn- or, and it ralhcr slood above Arkansas' 6-3 team victory. Thai had been expected, since Arkansas downed Ihe Indians 1-1 at Monroe, La.i ill February. Hul Bowman had taken Pas- calc to 7-5 in lhc Ihird scl that imc, and fans could anticipate that (he rcmalch al No. 1 singles would be a beauty. It was. ONLY BREAK Fnscale used the only service break of the first set lo win it 6-3. It came, in the sixth half-voltey after pulling into a 2-2 lie. Pascale had Starlcd shakily oh his own serve, overcoming 2-3 deficits to win his first two service games. But after that he was practically invincible w i t h his southpaw cvmnonball deliveries. Time after lime, he cither aced Bowman wide or kicked unmanageable serves into the young Porker's body. 11 appeared that Pascale s _ j r v c would be Ihe story of a straight-scls v i c t o r y , after Ihe former SMU player broke Bowman at love in the fourth game of the second set. But Bowman, down 5-4 and 11 n d c r pressure," related laler. Pascale "Buddy and I arc very good friends, but I'm determined not to ever let him beat me. I wauled lo boat him in straight sels. a n d I failed in lhall He's very talented, with a good mind f o r ' t e n n i s , and that's [low wo but the Hogs trailed 2-1 goirij into Ihe singles. "I told our guys Ihey could walk back to Faycltcville if they lost," said Pucci; So everyone hut Bowman won i singles. Grisak outlasted .Murray 03, G-7. 6-2, and Rumery clinched the team vie- 2 - 1 on , Pascale's serve, resurrected himself with two great Ihcn backhand winners and . us. because no one concentrates with as inuch as we do." net-cord winner thai capped a scintillating point. Phal made the score 5-5, and 3owman held serve for a 6-5 cad. But so did Fascalc. with lhc backhand volley at 3-3. So they went lo a nine-point ,'icbreaker, and Bowman won it 5-1, holding all of his serves and winning one of Ptiscate's. He appreciated the importance of winning Ihe early points, Because Pascale would have lad the last three serves. NEW COMPLEXION Suddenly the match look on whole new complexion. -From the ' start, Pascalc had maintained a cooly confident demeanor, projecting an I'm-in-con- Pitts Chicago New York Montreal Phila St.. Louis Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Diego 4 3 . 2 1 · 1 West 4 4 ·1 ' 3 Cabell and Cliff Johnson and RBI singles by c reg Gross and Larry Milbourne highlighted Hous'ton's four-run outburst in the sixth inning against rookie Dave Wehrmeister and reliever Dave Tomlin. John Grubb hom- ered for San Diego. 1.000 .667 .120 .400 .250 .200 .607 .667 .571 .500 .400 ,000 split sels." -[lory with a 6-3, 6-2 romp past Pascale added, "Buddy ami Erharl. Hawking. 1-1-9 for the I have been carrying the stale year in singles and 16-6 w i t h in lennis. No one else cun louch Rumery in doubles, cleaned -jp · · ' · · · , 5.3 5 . 1 win over Siegel ... _ match completed before Bowman sat by himself tor friends and relatives just ahead ,, long time after the malch. of 11 p.m. ; Finally, he said, "It was the "We're 11-12." - said Pucci, same "thing as last time. He "and we've got Pepperdine hit four winners at 6-5 in the coming in here for a big one (bird scl then. And he said the on April 28." \ same Ihing he did lonighl. H's Between now and then,a pretty fair assessment -- we Arkansas plays in the Sout_h- were even, but tic gutted it out. west Conference Tournament-a Dallas, April 22-24. "We're Arkansas coach Tom I one player away from having Pucci, "11 was beautiful. You[a great team," said . Pucci. He was a little tougher," Said saw at Ihe end why Buddy's "Tut Barlzcn of TCU said t gonna be a great player.'This couldn't believe how tough on was his best malch in a long schedule was. And still, we losjt time. If he keeps playing Ihis seven 5-4 matches, way, he'll gel Pascale." "If we could just get CROSSCOURT - nert..." "It was one of my hctlcr Pclcr Rennert is a lng ; nalchcs," Bowman, acknow- school ace from Great Neck. edged. "I thought I'd take him N.Y. Said Pucci, "It's between n the- third scl. Maybe if I'd us and Stanford.'anticipated a little better on Ihe ' · ' ' should have crosscourt game, with Bowman serving at Irol-bore attitude. 2-3. Pascalc j-jmpcd to a 2-0 Now Bowman, with a set lead in: the game with back-to- under his belt, began playing back service .return winners, with twice as much confidence. and won when Bowman netted first a low volley and then a Rec-Check He raced to the net aggressively, hit everything hard and (lie siot lose more than one poiul in any of his first four service games of the third set. Pascale was holding his owi serve almost as easily, b u t . i t DA Game Postponed . ast point.... mown he'd because he'd been, doing . all night. But I don't think 1 Friday's scheduled basebal. lesitatecl. It was just a damn game between Rice and At kail- good shot." sas at George Cole Field.neve Bowman said Pascalc had lhc was postponed by rain until best serve he'd faced, and that Sunday ut 1 p.m. . " , , \ he kept scooting hack in an Today's scheduled double-, attempt to return it belter, header at '.- 10:30 was to be Interestingly, .Pascale said. "I played as planned, had trouble keeping my serve|--- - -· - Porker Relay Team Repeats Victory In Kansas Relays LAWRENCE, Kan. -- The Arkansas ·-· Razorhnck track team repeated : last gear's success., in the Kansas "'Relays by winning the 4-mile relay Friday for the second year in row. The event turned out to be A two-team race with Arkansas winning in 16:33.1 and Kansas Women Netters Drub UALR 9-0 'By.. LESLIE. SUTTON '""' ' .Sports Wriler - " Slate University taking secant in 1G:3C.3. ,evi ;gs .o San Fran Los Ang Friday's Games Albania 3, Los Angeles 1 Pittsburgh 3, New York 1 San Francisco 14, Cincinnati Houston 4, Sun Diego 1 Only games* scheduled .Saturday's Games New York (Koosman 0-0) al Pittsburgh .(Kison 1-0), San Francisco (Halicki at'Cincinnati (Nolan 1-0) Philadelphia (Carllon 0-1) at Chicago (R.Heuschcl 0-0) Montreal (Kirby 0-0) at St Louis (Forsch 0-0) San Diego (SpHlner 0-1) Houston (Richard 1-1), (n) Los Angeles (Rau 0-0) al At lan(a (Morion 0-1), (n) Sunday's Games New York at Pittsburgh ·:!' j;..'ii,. :;!!,. .'i;! liuii.-ii.Ji, 'i The boys' and girls' track teams travel to Van Burcn for a meet today. The team meets t Harmon track on Tuesday, r ednesday and Thursday at 5 ).m, and on Saturday at 9 a.m. he ccAiL-h is Bill Con row. Softball for adults is, sche- ulcd to begin on Monday, April 9. There are eight, loams regis- ercd for the men's fast-pitch was clear believed he The University of Arkansas women's lennis team boosted their in-state season record to 6-0 Friday afternoon by drubbing the University of Arkansas at Little Rock 9 0 . Playing indoors on Ihe athletic building's astroturf courts tbe Razorback ncllcrs won Jill their matches in straight sets Janan Trimble at number one defeated - Lora Baxley.7-5,- 6-2 a player UA coach . Deb Biltingsley .described as Trim lIe' s best compel ition in I he stale. In number one doubles Tumble and Carol Crafton topped Baxley and Linda Snceri 6-3. 6-4. "C.irol is playing tennis loday Ibc way she did at the end of last' year," BLHingslcy observed. "She is j'Jst beginning to come around. I'm very "Both 1 teams ran fairly;.! t h r o u g h ' t K e first three: leg the 4-mile race," said Arkansas track coach Ed Renfrew, "Bu with 220 yards to go in the an chor leg. Niall O'Shaughncssy pulled away lo open up a three second tead on KSU." The four relay members for Arkansas and their limes in the event Cor each mile were Tom Aspel, 4;L1.8, Derek Rcilly, 4:10.8, R a n d y Melancon, "4:07.3 n d Niall O'Sha'Jghnessy, 1:03.2. i Sprinters Mark Scott and t Res uirin of .Arkansas also participated in the meet and -both qualified for the semifinals" with l-i.5 limes in the high hurdles. However, bolh failed lo qualify for the finals. Guinn, with a 51.9 time, also qualified fo rthn ifnal running of the intermediate hurdles, but failed to place in that final race held Friday. The Arkansas relay learn loday will try to repeat. last year's victory in the distance medley. Los Angeles al Atlanta San Fr*mciscd : al Cincinnati Philadelphia at Chicago Montreal'at SI. Louis San Diego at Houston, 2 Professional Basketball eaguc, -14 eague and low-pilch league. G i r l s softball (he women's in Ihe men's that could Bowman win, in going as the malcti wont on, because he was putting m o r e j pressure on me." WORLD'S LARGEST another Ik-breaker JE necessary. Then it happened. Bowman sailed to 3-0 in the 10th game, after which Pascale painted the same sideline tojr straight times, with three forehands an then Ihe clinching backhand. At in nlch point Bowman hit a good serve and good deep volley, idvancing lo Uie net for the kill. Bui Pascale somehow found lhc two-inch opening "What it all conies down to," ascale concluded, "is the psy-| rcgistra- ioii forms are available. Dead- ne for entry is May 7. Volun- eer coaches are needed. Day camp is being planned o begin the first week of June. Cost is 520 per child (or each wb-wuck session. For more between a diving Bowman and the line. . , Bowman sprawled and lay with ills head down 'lor a full minute, inconsolable and unable lo keep back the tears. The match meant thai much to him. Pascale finally stepped over the · net, gripped Bowman's shoulder and commended his great effort in defeat. LITTLE TOUGHER "I just told him that we were choiogical part. In tennis, that's about 90 per cent." Perhaps that was indicated] bv Brian Sakcy's nci.. at No. 2 for Arkansas. "Brian had lost tour'straight matches, so we got him a new aluminum racket," said Pucci. "He played his best match of the year and beat Wilson Campbell, a very] good player, G-2, 6-3." "And look al Ted Bailey," Pucci continued. "He's playing better at No. 4 than he did al No. 6. Psychology, man." BEAT SHEPHERD Bailey defeated. Bill Shepherd of Pine Bluff 6-4, 2-6, 6-4. Shep- . ' Call:. · . ' DON L. JIlcGUIKE K17 N. College ,' Phrtne 142*678} - Stale Bank No. 81-5 Consolidated Report ol ' J Condition oE J BANK OF ELKIN$ of Klkins, in the Stiife of Arkar}. sas and Domestic Snbsidaries at (he close of business on March 31, 1S7G. , : ASSETS ·; Cash and due from herd had teamed with Pascale ^'*na aue , r um ^ I.. 1,0,t Q,L-o,, and Tvrni r.ri«lk L-1 an ± s »1,JM,WIU.^I nformation call the Youth Center at 442-0242. prelly even, but lhat 1 was Women's basketball has (hi-1 little bcllcr. a little tougher shed its Icugue t o u r n a m e n t . The winner was Preacher Roe's.'Sccbndplace went to Coi- liers. to beat Sakey and Tom GrisakLj'g 1 at No. 1 doubles. 7-5. 6-2, and| jn'ourilics ".*....!. 225.OM.u6 blibalions of other U. S. ;· Government agencies and . 393,000.00 Campbell had partnered Bruce Erbarl for a 7-6, 6-4 win ovr| Bowman and Bailey at No. .- . Russell ' Rumery ' and Peter Hawking of Arkansas beat Don Murray and Bill Siegel b-3, 7-6, ; By The Associated Press NBA Playoffs Qualifying Round ". BrsloE-Three Scries 'Friday, Apr, 16 Philadelphia 131, Buffalo 106, series tied, M Travelers Win 5-3 SHREVEPOBT, La. (AP) -The Arkansas Travelers scored four runs in the seventh inning on Shrevcport errors and wenl on lo beat Hie Captains 5-3 here Friday night. John Urea, making his [irst Texas League start, gave up three.hits and a walk lo the first four batters he faced, but setlled down to lake the pitching victory. The series continues here tonight. The Travelers lead the series three games to two ant Friday night's win tied them against the Captains. pkwscd both her singles · rallied for . Ihrcc r u n s eighth inning to carry a 5-4 lead into the ninth. Tigers starter Joe Coleman missed the bag while covering first on a ground, ball for the fielding .error .which -led to Ihrce unearned California runs In Ihe fourth: The Angels burst .wiped out an early 2-0 Tigers lead. - - - - - Royals 5, Indians .1 John Maybcrry hit a tie- breaking bases-loaded single off Cleveland reliever Don Hood m the eighth inning, giving him three RBI for the nighl and lifting Kansas City over the Indians -in a game relayed 63 minutes by rain. ' ' Buck Marline/, aided the Royals' cause with a win-blown home "run In lhc f i f t h inning. Alan Ashby hit one in the eighth for the Indians. Brewers 3, Rangers ' and doubles games. Her serve is really working. This is dcii- nilcly Ihe best doubles maich she has played this yci;." Next Friday Ihe women ncllcrs travel lo Lillle Rock for a match with lhc University of Arkansas at Monlicello. Saturday mornirrg Ihey will take on Sonlhern Slate College. The slate tournament begins Wednesday, April 28 at Burns Park in Little Rock. Trimble is seeded number one in singles and she and Craflon are seeded imbcr one in doubles. "We're pleased about the seeding." Billingslcy noled, "but it's always tough to be the number one seed. Everyone is out lo get you. We just hope we'll wind up in those positions at Ihe end of Ihe tournament." Texas League winn iiiiiiminiiiHiiiiKP minium iniiigiiiininiiin Bj The Aivxialcd r r e s j W«s nlvlsfon W I/ Pel. Gl 1930 -,VO \ -·WO } .oocr i MMIanrl Amarillo El P«K San Anlonln I Don Money. Sixlo Lozcano and Darrell Porter drove m runs lo help .Milwaukee heal T e x a s .' Brewers ', reliever Eduardo Rodriguez, worked oul of a bases-loaded.'no oul jam in Ihe seventh inning to aid the triumph. The Rangers gol Iheir, run m the ninth inning when Mike Hargrove singled, Toby Harrah doubled and Howel! hit a sacrifice f l y . Singies' Janan Trimble. Baxlcy. L 7-5. 6-2 Carol Ci'.iflon, Sliced, L 6-3, 6-4 ' Debbie Coogan, A Rhodes, L 6-0, 6-1 Julie Armstrong Kemp, L 6-3, 6-1 , Leigh Keener, A Brunton, L 6-2. fi-2. Doubles Trimble, Craflon, A d. BJX ley, Snccd, I. 6-4. 6--J Coogan. Armstrong. A help wllli jour writdlnj, we h a t r FrrrTIMnE In enhance \bt ne eailnn T.lnrns, liltfr. ftjiCal. rhim pjxne (oiinlal.ii. 3 LrraUnns IRng. rrs. Sprinrdalr, FareUrrlLLe). Call IIU33. "All Kcnls And Sales Confers" . 1000 -.667 I .333 2 Eail Dil-l! L-iTfljelle 3 0 Liltle nock 2 I oporl 1 2 ck«on 0 3 .L FrMaj's npulfi 8, Jackson 7.- l.illlp nock f,, STirncpflrt 3. Midland Al San Antonio, vpd. irllla El Pajo, pixt. cold w ' Amarillo a( El Fajo. _ 1C Rock M Rhwvpport. Jackson al l.afAjelle. Sanrfaj't fcii'dute Amarilfn Hi El Paw, Midland al San Anlonto Cdoublehe; l.iltle nock al Shreveporf. Jackwn jtt I.MaeUe. Snnilay. Apr. 13 Buffalo at Philadelphia, afternoon Dclroit - at Milwaukee, scries lied 1-1 Quarterfinals Bcsl-of-Scven Series ; Saturday, Apr. 17 Washington at Cleveland, afternoon, series lied 1-1 Snnilay, Apr. 18 Seattle at Phoenix, series tied 1-1 Tuesday, Apr. 20 Seattle at Phoenix Wednesday, Apr, 21 Cleveland at Washinglon Thursday, Apr. 23 Washington at Cleveland ABA Playoff 5 Semifinals Besl-of-Scven Scries Safunlay, Apr. 17 Kentucky at Denver, Denver leads series 1-0 Sunday, Apr. 18 New York at San Antonio afternoon. San Antonio . leads series 2-1 Monday, Apr. 19 San Antonio at New York Denver at Kentucky . Wednesday, Apr. 21 Denver at Kentucky 57 On Entry List INDIANAPOLIS (AI) -- Th entry list for the Indianapoli 500-mile race May 30 stood a 57 today, and officials expect t receive a few more poslmarke Before last Thursday's deac inc. Latest entries, received Fi day, nominated as drivers Ric Muther and Mel Kenyon. Mull has been in Ihrce Ind races. 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JOHN EICHLER Buy a DELUXE, Central Air Conditioner now for add-on or replacement and get a cash refund direct from General Electric. You get cool air at a cool price! 410,000.0ft T · { , 150,000.0« 49,000.00 4.000.00 $2,314,000.00 ,? 4.01800008 ' » 9,000.00 ,; 253,000. W FROM $50 TO $100 CASH REFUNDS on DELUXE Central Air Conditioners, depending on model and capacity. Make your best buy now and get quality cooling at a moderate cost. March 1 through April 30, 1976 is refund time for GE DELUXE Centra! · Air Conditioners at all participating GE'dealers. All units have two-speed fans to control outside noise, and they are available in capacities of 54,000 to 60,000 BTUH. Equipment must be installed by May 31st, 1976. Your Refund Will Be: UNIT CAPACITY REFUND AMOUNT 2-2'/7TONS $ 50 3-3V;TONS S 75 4-5TONS 5100 CALLTODAY FOR A FREE ESTIMATE AND HOME SURVEY. H E L T O N A L E S E R V I C E 451 E. Township Rd. Fnyettevilie, AR 442-9340 Doyle Shclton (Offer void in areas where prohibited, taxed or restricted by law.) corporations . Obligations of States and polilical subdivisions .... Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell Loans, Total $4,553,000.00 "f Less Reserve t or possible · ^: oan losses $43,000.00 -i. Loans. N e t . . . 4.550.000.M ank premises, fur- s nilure and fixlures, - ' and other assets !; representing bank '· premises ........ ther assets OTAL ASSETS .. $7.113|000.00 LIABILITIES cmand deposits of ~ ,individuals, part- ( nerships. and corporations ... imc and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships and corpora I ions 3cnosils of Uniled Slate Government Deposits of Slates and political subdivisions Certified and officers' checks , · . . . . 14,000.00 TOTAL DEPOSITS $6,608,000.00 a) Total ; [cmand , :· deposits $2.410,000.00 b) Total I; 'me and savings r. deposits $1198.000.00 ; TOTAL LIABILITIES S6.G08,OOO.M EQUITY CAPITAL .. Common slock ' '.* No. shares . -; authorized 2,500 · 'No. shares outstanding 2,500 Snrnlus Undivided nrofils . TOT/". EQUITY CAPITAL TOTAL LIABILITIES AND T^OIIITY CAPITAL MEMflRANTIA Average for IS or 30 calenda^ days cnd'nff wilh call date: ·£ ash and due from ^j hanks Si.H7.OOOJ* Federal funds sold and securities purchased under affreej mcnls In resell S2S3.000.nft Tolal loans S4.5RV.OOO.M Time dcposils of $100.000 or more Sino.ooo.r* Tolal dcnosils .. Sfi.490.000.04 Time dcposils of S100.000 or J more: i Time certificates of drnosit llj denominations of $100.000 of more . $100.000.0Q I. J. E. Bunch. President, ot the above-named bank, do soU emnly a f f i r m that this report condition is true and correct, the hcst of my knowledge ai belief. Correct--Attest: i J. E. Bunch J Joel L. Bunch J John A. Bunch. Sr. } Joyce R. Bunch ' Directors $ Stale or Arkansas, Counly of Washinglon, ss: ; Sworn lo and subscribed before me this 14th day of April; 1976, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director- of Ihis bank. ; Alcta J. Wilson ', Nolary_ Public · Sly commission expires Feb. t', 19SO. ..:. 50.000.M) 38-5.000. W 70.000.09 y 505.000.6a S7.113.000.0« L Ol and

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