Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 10, 1972 · Page 8
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I" Northwest Arkonms TIMES, Thurs., Aug. 10, 1972 Club Champions -_ Winners; in the girls division I*"of''the Fayetteville Country ;f Club Golf 'Tournament in- V elude, from left, Lucy Mc- Nair, girls-nine hole winner, T o n y a Clark, first flight champion, Judy Gyles, title winner in the four hole event, and Susan Pearce, winner of Ihe B Flight. (TIMESpholo by Ken Gooil) Goal Is 1,200 Holes ·-·t INon-Stop Golf Goes On HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP) -- ijAfter 28V4 hours and 450 holes ?nf-,golf, John Seligman winced ·^JiS'Gary Kaplan's dad ehanged ·Jthe bandages on his right hand. ·^S Then Ihe two teen-agers were ·j$ ft .into: the darkness for arioth- Jyjr'rpurid, on the way to what 5fhey hoped would be a world ^endurance record for around- 3j{he-clbck, non-stop golf. ""· The goal is 1,200 holes. At, the first tee, 18-year-old 'ohn stopped just long enough smear himself with insect re- lpellent before hitting his *»hot into the blackness. tee . Th'e two North Miami youths i$ Seattle Trades 2 |j SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) -- £ Center 'Pete Cross and forward rDon Kojis have been traded to j"Kansas City of the National ;:Basketball Association for cen- ;-Icr:Jim Fox and future consid- ·"crations, the Seattle Super- '.Sonics 1 announced Wednesday. are making their record at- agreed. The endurance record lempt on the regulation par-72 West Course' at Lakes Country Club. Even-with automobile head- ights jerry-rigged on the front of their golf carts; "playing at nighl is kind of a pain," 17^ear-old Gary explained while looking for a lost ball on the first.fairway. · . · · · . . - . . - . . . . . , "The iniorescent orange paint on the balls doesn't really hel; as much as we thought i would. But .we've worked out a system: We line the carts up behind us with the lights pointing down the fairway, and just hit irons as straight as we can." And both seemed to have an uncanny knack for hitting to the unseen green. "You have to 'remember, we've played this hole 25 times in the lasl 29 hours," Gary cracked. John, who will be a soph omore South' at the Florida University ol in the fall thought of the idea last year Gary, who will be a freshman at the University of Florida Mr, Quick, Times, Levi Victors In Softball Action Wednesday .. City Softball action continued -'Wednesday evening at the City ;:Park.with three games on the ;~ schedule, , , In a fast pitch makeup contest ,;Mr. Quick eased past Baldwin ,7:5. Asa Douglas was the ^winning, pitcher while Bill ·'Bruner was charged with the ' loss. , · David Beckham was the /leading hitter for Mr. Quick r 'wilh one run and one home run "while D. R. Nelson scored two J runs. '.Ken Davenport was the Heading -Baldwin hitter with one : - run. and one RBI. ·.·'.'."T. h e . , iNorthwesl Arkansas .VPIMEg edged Local 365 in an 1- extra : irining contest 13-12. Tot 'Morrow was the winning pitcher :.,while Hill was charged with the iJOSS; · ·- Top hitters for the TIMES -Included Fred Wonger, Ric -Reed, ;Ron Fletcher and Bill - Jienrianjall with two runs each. -·Bowerrhan crashed two home -runs for' 965 while Rice and Hill '/each. h ad ( one homer. , t~- Levi "bounced Standard Re- i^isler 20-8 in the final game -,'ol : the evening. James Jones i'.tvas the winning hurler while f/McMillian was charged with the floss. j" Shield had two home runs to ace Levi while McClelland an. 6wnam each Wayne had single CJreenwoo j.p r-D j-'bprners, ^popped a homer for Standard. ?,· Action continues tonight a 5;45 when the Salvation Army Stakes on Purvis Horton. Dandy SOU tries the City of Fayetleville tat !-7:00 and EPC meets ISWEPCO at 8:45 all .in fasl Jpileh aclion. ; GATES RUMISHEP; TIRES Road Hazard Guarantee BOB BROWN TIRE 2407N. 7! ' 4 4 2 ^ 4 2 8 1 GET YOUR FREE OLYMPICS GUIDEBOOK AT CORDES-BROWN TOYOTA, IMC. 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He will be re 'laced on the 25-man roster by loe Palmer, who has just com ileled two weeks militar; raining. Like Drinking Coffee With A Fork" Cariton Reels Off 13th Straight 'I hit him like I useitf to hll Koufax," Willie Sliirgell said of Philadelphia's Steve . Carllon; ". . . whieti is like drinking cot- fee with a forkl You ever try that?" ' ' Sanely Kournx of 'course, is in Baseball's Hall o f , F a m e now. And if a o(ie-scnsqn performance had any bearing on such an honor, Carllon would bo n shoo-in for the shrine. 'He was overpowering!" "Amazingl" "A hell of a pitcher!" The , s u p V i-1 n 11 v e s just wouldn't stop flowing Wednesday' night i n ' Pittsburgh 'after Cariton, a G-foot-5 vclc'nm left- hander, reeled off his 13lh straight victory with .a,throe- hitler to raise his record lo ; 186--best',.'. i iii , the National League--i-and struck out 12 bnt- lers to boost hts major league- leading total Id 232 en route to lending t h e - Phillies lo a 2-0 triumph over the Pirates. Elsewhere in tho National Broyles Entertains Bankers At Seminar A r k a n s a s football coach Frank Droyles provided plenty of interest for the Bank Management Seminar, underway at the University of Arkansas Wednesday. Broyles, busy with plans for fall practice, entertainer! the statewide group of, bankers with prospects for the 1972 football campaign. . -':' :··;: - ! "We have several outstanding players a), special'!skill positions this year, in other words the people that you .watch..during the game," said Broyles. "That's not necessarily the ineman that spends his time blocking and tackling." Joe Ferguson was, of course, one of those receiving endless praise. "I'm a bil startled that .his is Joe's last season with us. I don't know when four years have gone so quickly," remarked the Arkansas coach. 'He's such a mentally tough player and such a leader." The tailback position also received quite, a - bit, of conversation where Jon Richardson and Dicky 'Morton have battled throughout^the spring. "Jon's a" fine inside runner. He can pick the seam and make iis way through it while Dicky ms that great accleration and breakaway -speed. Both will see action in the fall. We'll use each where the situation requires." With all the.- preseason publicity, ; ranking the Hogs always in the top ten and even first in some polls, Broyles guarded against over con- idence.;"We've had quite a bit of great'publicity, but preseason predictions are ; hard to live up o. I keep telling our players not' to read about themsleves," warned Broyles. "It will be a _reat challenge' : to live up to he notices that we've gotten, but we'll have to guard against getting overconfident." Finally talk inevitably turned to the fall opener in Little Rock against Southern California. "Jce Gibbs, our offensive line coach, was a coach at Southern Cat when the present ' seniors were a freshman and sopho ·XPERT WATCH REPAIR 27 North Block St. Announcing a giant step... BACKWARDS Evan Williams was Kentucky's first distiller in 1783. His customers had'to drive their mules and buckboards to his cabin to buy a wooden keg of his famous whiskey. Because it held a good deal more than a fifth or quart bottte, folks liked the old keg container. It saved many a long hard drive. Now, fake a giant step backwards with the 1783 convenience of Evan Williams in HALF GALLONS. Enjoy the same Bourbon Goodness that made Evan Williams a legend--in a size that will save you money and shopping trips. Then you'll really be ahead! half 1 gallon g*^^HB; " ' WPicol, 7Yii'i Ord, ilioiYl!liW «* Y«i', MP/oof «nd4 Yi*r) 100Prod · ScUKd lo K«Mwl«b» EY/VN Wl LUAUS D! 1TILUW (Slim tt«j buteum, H4MM C««ll/, Xl! more crop. He tells' me that iis is the greatest group of layers that they've ever had iere," said Broyles. "They'll e Ihe best looking team that rkansas fans have ever seen, o it's going to he a challenge or us lo beat them." Ruling Forces Track Changes After a lengthy four day court rail in which a number of ilaintiffs were attempting to orce the closing of Fayetteville I p e e d w a y, the judge ruled hat the Speedway would not ie closed. However, a 10:00 .m. curfew was placed on Uie ·acing of cars. This being the case, we find L necessary lo change Ihe Monett Speedway races lo ; 8 i.m. on Fridays and move the 'ayetteville' Speedway races to unday evening and begin at :00 p.m. in order to be over arly enough so as to not violate ie curfew-of 10:00 p.m. ' Due to the fact that most of ie drivers at FayelteviUe peeriway must travel from 75 o 325 miles in order to race lere, it is impossible to start iefore 8:30 on Friday nights, lus the change to 7:00 p.m. n Sundays. Last' Friday night's races at 'ayetteville -Speedway,, were ained out so were rescheduled jr. .Sunday and the Monett peedway races were cancelled, 'his Friday^ Monett -Speedway I'M! change: lo the new schedule nd races -will begin at 8:00 .m. " . ' " " ' ' League, Atlanta blanked Housv Ion 6 0 , San Diego bent San Francisco 5-2, Montreal do- fealcd the Chlcngo. Cubs 8-2, Cincinnati turned hack Los Au- gclcs 6-3 and the New York Mcts trimmed SI, Louis 8-3. , . To add Insult to Injury, Carllon nlso kicked In with his first home·'run of the season and fourth In, his major league ca- rcer^-bul H i n t . was just Incidental. "I just can't believe anyone can pitch bpller than he has," Phils' Manager Paul Owens ox- ulted after Carllon extended to 54 his siring of innings without allowing an earned run.. "And he's a competitor. You give him a run or two early and he really gels lough," The Phils gave him lhat run In the second inning against Steve Blass as Willie Montanez singlediand raced all the way home when right fielder Gene Clines misplayed Greg Luzinski's single. Cariton put the final nail in the Pirates' coffin the next inning with his homer over the right field wall off Blass. "He threw me one of · those big eimiigos he's got," Cariton said, "nnd I managed lo regain my " bnlnnce and hit il." Felix Millnn drove runs for the Braves In Iwo with n single and a sacrifice fly but 11 was Hnnk Aaron nnd George Slone who slnrrcd against Hie sagging Astros. -Aaron belled his 23rd homer of the season,; a two-run shot in the first inning lhat gave him 662 for his career. And Stone made Ihc runs stand up wiln a slx-hlller. Juan Marlchal, who has won just four games this season and none In nearly n . m o n t h , dropped his 14lh when Padres jumped on him Ihc for Uiree runs In the first inning, two of them on Clarence Gaston's single, Garry Jesladt and Jerry Morales added solo homers later on. Willie McCovey and Ken Henderson homered for the Gi- Jorgensen and Ron anls. Mike Fairly drove in two runs apiece for the Expos, who broke open their light game againsl the Cubs wilh a ning. five-run ninth in Ms lOm vicu bid 10 Montreal shall, picking "I ry wrecked L blow llio Snmc ...,- . on In llio sovcnth tnnlnj Ihe buses loiulct nnd tho score lied. nobody oi(t Hn alruck out nan Kcsslnflor, .1 to · ground a force out al the n lalo. Llion wheeled and picked a Division lend over H«" sl °» West games . over Los Angeles, go runs batted in from Pcto .Rose and three perfect bunls by pUehe Tom Hall Uial set up run-scoring Inson homered bringing to 29 his major league record for Hie most parks, in which lie's' Ml homo runs,. . The Mots, edging .\yilhm BVi games of Pittsburgh In l» e Easl, got .three runs balled in apiece from, Kon Boswcll and Ed Kranepool while Jim McAndrew scattered six mis Jii the victory over the Cardinals. A Fivesome? Bill Nash of Tulsa, George. Shellon of Fayetleville, Hubert Barksdale of L i t t l e Rock, John Lewis of Fayette- ville ami Frank Moores of Tulsa: took some Umc off from 'the 'Bank Management Seminar being held at t h e University of Arkansas to imrticlpate in a seminar golf tournament held at the Fay-" elteville C o u n t r y Club. Brake Free From Worry iSTOP COMPLETE 3VERHAUL CAR CARE SPECIALISTS FRONT END BRAKES · SHOCKS MUFFLERS PLUS AMERICA'S MOST COMPLETE LINE OF TIRES HERE'S WHAT BFG-TRAINED MECHANICS WILL DO: NOW ONLY · Replace all brake linings · Turn all drums "Arc linings to match drums · Repack outer front wheel bearings · Bleed and refill entire brake system i Inspect master cylinder i Install new front grease seals i Inspect wheel cylinders i Adjust parking brake i Road test MOST CARS (drum lypo brakes) LONG DRIVING AHEAD? Take advantage of BFG's ALIGNMENT SPECIAL NOW ONLY CUSTOM LONG MILER Tough four-ply polyotUr cord · . 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