Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 23, 1973 · Page 9
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Bill Kennan TIMES Sport* Editor Lots 1 * Stake BASKETBALL scoMsr 5 o i* eag ·eyenmit Doug Ca aggrebsiv e Tuesday t that Dean Tblson, Doug Campbell and Martin _ _ Trirty all found themselses on stiii"q3ire'"a'1ew~hi"gh hurdles ,the bench with Jody Bass on remaining The .first of those the floor with four fouls obstacles are the SMUj «. How^e'f , all that didn't The Arkansas Razorbacks, have come a long way this basketball season but by almosti anyj'.indicator there's are the Mustangs, 7 * HI the cqpCer ehce down after a loss yo Baylor Tuesday evening, but still very dangerous _ ' You know they ve got the most talented front line of anyone.-in the league," said Arkansas head coach Lanny Van EJman. "Ruben Triplett, Sammy Hervy and Ira Terrell give them tremendous punch. Triplett is a past all conference performer, the pros offered Hervy a contract to play, pro- 1 ball right out of junior college and Terrell was .counted by UCLA. They've all . played ,uo. to., expectations sp_. · far."j ! . ..· , ' . ,'·.''· ' . J After T-ugsday's lfa'ss ·som.e : rough" jibing' 1 . games many would-,pto.babl^- · give 1 - .the- Porkers ah even ·.better shot especially tied to .si home court advantage for -Arkansas. Perhaps but not . necessarily warns Van Eman. · "We're just going to have to i play better. Even if they're · down they're still very dan- ^ gerous and that's the differ- ;ence between'our. two teams. · When we're down we can get : drubbed, but when SMU gets ;· down' they can still play close ·;and.be in the position to win ; games. That's something we ·just havent been able to do : : much thifiyear "/" If/jyourre lOoltihg fdr \fm v ninji-'sigri^ tn_en thfi TCU confrontation prsibvdeMgov 1 confrontation provides a.n eyeful PoiSe iS the, big thing 1 on #an E m S n mind Even though Hogs found. tha.Bi?ejves -quick 12 tfpmts ^own.m ,H£ "first halffagainst TOU the fid thert way back- Northwnt Arkohtat TIMES, Friday, F«b, 23, 1973 FAYITTIVILLI, ARKANSAS · 9 «. Howejjs'f, 'affect the outcome of . the game and proved the bench strertgth solid m the process. '·'Re'serves can be a big help *wften they are u s e d con- sistantly, but until then ours had not. That proved that we can count on them." Looking ahead just a bit, a luxury which those of us as fans can afford but which Van Eman r e f u s e s to do, provides some interesting food for thought. If the Razorbacks can put together three more wins they'll finish 17-9 on the season setting up the possibi- '-,lity of all kinds.of firsts. /J^A 17-9 record is just about ·'jthfe minimum require.tnent for ·an NIT berft. That's right an 'KIT bertfiT: I f ' Tech fails to stumble, which seems likely, they'll win the conference crown. If Arkansas finishes with three wins they'll stand second with a shot at the NIT. That would of course be a first for the school and the' Conference as well. But for Van Eman that's a bunch of ifs, more tban he's ready to consider. "I know everyone has heard this before, but we've just got to play SMU and not worry about anyone else. We've never had much ·success looking down'the line ajid thjs isnt the time to \ .Something more b e r t a i n Iff Mlartin T e r r y s f u tuWpas a p r o f e s s i o n a l atb1ete-*{ s l*m almost sure^he 11 be f drafted in the first or · sepond i round said Van ^ EtaWi v * Thgt ,xri}l be a first ? for the school and a first for ' khe 1 " conference No one s t By THE ASSOCIATED PRES College Ouachita- 83,-State College '69 , Ark. College 92, Harding 82*." South'ern State 86; Ozarks 61 Southern Baptist 94, .Phillips JC 84 Henderson 90, Hendrix 83 Centenary 88. Ark. State 79, OT High School : Blytheville SO, Sylvan Hill s71 Sprihg'dale 65; FS Southside 6 2 , O T · · . - · ' : · . Fayetteville 59,' Rogers 55 Sale Tournaments 6A at Des Arc Humnoke 59, Elaine 52 Des Arc 78, England 58 96 at Conway Beat Rogers For Second Time This Season Plumerville 64, Mount Vernon IB at Prattsyille Plum Bayou .62, Bismarck 60, 55 Dogs Make Tournament Bulldogs won a berth in t h e state tournament last night, by defeating Rogers 59-55-and then by winning a coin flip from the Mounties. Rogers ended its season with eight straight losses for an 8-17 record, including a 4-12 'mark' in AAA-West. Fayetteville is 11-17 overall and 4-11 in the conference, \yith.a game left at home tonight against league-leading Conway The coin was flippci the Bulldogs which event was flipped in case lose tonight, in Fayetteville and drafted that high before been ; still clawed thei^ way _ r -.. · to a tie^at the end s of the ^ But for VarfEman and his " game and won in overCirqe * tg,£ tyh a t. j$ more important · At this stage of the se£sot» f, ls ^ e urhpje fact that Arkan , poise is more readily" fqunfl, sas has- stopped losing We ; especially wlien you have. ' ended the losing syndrome by · three jemors on ihe floor In the end of last year In fact ; that* "ECU game the playeri -we were probably one of the · made the big difference ,. top, teaAs an the league This . The Porkers have gorfe-vfitis yean, Av£\6 , gotten our ; the Oiree guard offense 'for , f resptcti^ujty back and next t h r p e g a m e s a n d y £$ people can,,make refer if the 4 Razorbacks r things^ We ve got 'oiling plaYers to make nqw and I''think we can keep right on going said the Arkansas coach In ,Van Em an s owlj words it wquldftjake a great team toftvin ffis e pressure games and gairtca berth in th^ NIT But, *#a ffr Jose Van Eman ' WCants- Fab Poster Vint have brought the ' R£forbacfcs back to re flectebihty "'and pVo d.uce d .' correspondingly have? .^~. · three^ times Will [Arj^nsas g ;to the well for a'fourth time ·. you bet We'y| JltfS ^ff 'fortune with the^tnree guar( · offetjse so we II sl'cjt^with it notif Van Eman f Tfiaf af« fens* elves ' us Jbree _go' threats Joe M e d l o c k Terry' ca# game \vhen the game., was tied with justr a fe\v seconds remaining ^I knew that we could go to either of the three and ha\e a .good chance of scoring This setup 1 can really help our offense ' The Arkansas' t defgnse , is getting far more aggressive and confident * with each game In fact the'Hogs got 20T Wabbeseka 72, Sparkman 60 3A at Netdeton ' Neltleton 58, Jonesboro Westside 46 Augusta 64, Parkin 57 4AA at Marvel! Wynne 76, Stuttgart 62 Marvell 70, Hughes 63 7AA at Magnolia Camden 51, Ashdown 48 Magnolia 86, Malvern 60 3AA at Trumann Osceola 55, Newport 34 Trumann 70, Pocahontas 64 4A at Fort Smith Charleston 61, Paris 54 Lavaca 63, Mansfield 61 lA-North at Berryvllie Marshall 65, Leslie 47 Green Forest 78, St. Joe 52 6AA at Lonoke Lakeside 66, Searcy 64, OT Altheimer 55, Lonoke 50 8 A at Monticello : Drew Central 48, Strong 43 Wilmot 73. 'Hermitage 44 ' 3B at Mount Pleasant Calico Rock 64, Viola 45 Mammoth Spring 79, 'Violet Hill 56 : . Area 4B at Maynard Biggers-Reyn. 78, Ravendon Springs 41 . Sloan-Hendrix 56, Williford 42 11B at Jessieville Mountain Pine 63, Caddo Hill 30 Cutter-Morning Star 70, Belleville 55 ..... 14B at Banks Banks 64, Huttig 53 Thornton 53, Chidester · 42 · 7A at DeQuen Stephens 54, Prescott 51 Nashville 55, Foreman 49.- 7B at Hazen Wheatley 52, Palestine 37 Helena White 74, St. Charles 64 . - :.·. , ' . 4AA'at Mar^ell Wynne 76, Stuttgart 62 8B at Kensett Bradford 64, Rose Bud 52 Kensett 68, Sulphur Rock 46 Harding 52, Judsonia 42 Pleasant Plains 73, McRae 41 13B at .Village ' Rogers will tie for eighth place in the conference. Only the toi eight teams from each AA/ conference are eligible for the state tournament. Fayetteville coach Joe Krctschmar had been involved in three previous coin flips as a .result of ties for positions , higher in-'the stan- alling only four caroms short if Bob Noland's school record 5, set last year. West has now .cored 20 points or m o r e in hrce of the last six games. His jack-to-back three-point plays ate in the second quarter kept Rogers from increasing a lead vhich once reached eight points, 29-21. Then in the final icriod, playing with four fouls on him, West drove for a lay-up, stole the ball and dribbled the length of the court for another, and then blocked a hook shot sy Rogers' Mike Jones. Tony Childress' performance, n its way, was nearly as im pressive. On consecutive Rogers dings, and now he has won four flips: all Fayetteville started .its five seniors last night,, going with its 16th different starting lineup of the season. Jackie Davis who came back from a fool injury, started for the first time since the eighth grade. He di not score in the game, but die hand out several assists. Of the other four starters, three playei their best game of the year. Charlie West led the way with 20 points .and 21 rebounds possessions quarter, he in the established fourth defensive position on a driving Jim Leis, drawing two charging fouls while letting Leis run over him twice. Shaken up after each blow, Childress nevertheless sank all four free throws. Allyn Donaubauer scored one field goal and assisted on two others in the first period, stole the ball twice, and then did a good defensive job on Mark Jones in the second half. Jones scored 18 points for Rogers in bu onl the first two periods, Donaubauer held him to two points in the third quarte and six in the fourth. The fifth senior, Terry Gulley, started ou veil, scoring eight' points and (locking two shots in the first line minutes, but he then licked up his fourth foul and lever re-entered the game. The reason was that juniors dike Kretschmar , and Neil 3ruton played so well after coming off the bench. For the ;ame, Kretschmar, Brulon, and ;bildress each hit two field Joals and five free throws, (retschmar scored seven of his nine points in the third quarter, while Bruton did the same in the final period. In fact, Bruton did much of lis damage in a one-minute ;pan, after Mark Jones had tied the game for the seventh and last time at 44. First lie sank a free throw. Then he stole the ball right out of Jones' hands and quickly hit a jumper at the lead with another steal, setting up West's heroics^ Rogers led 16-14 after one quarter and 31-26 at t h e half even though no player besides Jones scored more than five points for the Mounties in the opening two periods.'The" dif ference was that Rogers wa. 13 of 18 from the free Ihrov line while Fayelteville was twi of four. The Bulldogs tied the gartu other end for a 47-44 Finally, he came up InOaklawn. Feature Herbalist Tops Field HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) -Greentree Stable's Herbalist gained the lead in the final furlong and charged to a 2V4- length victory in Thursday's $15,000 feature race at Oaklawn Park. This was Herbalist's second victory within a week over a field of allowance rivals. Her- .balist, with jockey Danny Gargan aboard, turned the one mile and 70 yards in 1:41 3-5 to pay $3.60, $3.40 and $3; Lightly regarded Admiral's the ^best won lost lecord in recent memory (Don't forget that Saturday s game iSian afternoon contest Also )ce«p in, fnind. tbat wat ching basketball on the tube is ' nothing like being there yoursetf . Jdyves Win In * i Overtime Again .*- t T h e Fay^tteV^le junisf got his ^enth field goal of the Shield paid $10.60 and $6.80 for place and outsider Coun- tyercards showed for $6.80. Countyercards and another outsider Bay Charmer made a good run until late in the final turn when Gargan started moving Herbalist toward the front from his usual spot just off the pace. Fleet Grounded was nearby and R. A. Smith had Admiral's Shield coming up from the rear. Herbalist picked his way through the field and popped in front in the final furlong and tigers Gain Finals Of Area Tournament Blevins 90', Okolona 57 McNeil 62, Waldo 58 Village 77, Taylor 45 73 EAST Notre Dame "92, W. Virginia Providence 107, Assumption 87 . SOUTH Tulane 80, LSU-New Orleans 66 The Citadel 6 Marshall 69, 65 i, Wofford 56 UNC-Cbarlotte varsity defeated Rogers'in oveh time for the second time this year last night, 54-47. Earlier, the Bulldogs had won at Fayelteville in an extra period, 51-45 Fayetteville is n o w 20-5 for the season, including a 3-0 record in overtime games and a 16-2 mark in games decided by seven. points Rogers jayvees year at 12-9. or less, finished The the The; Bulldogs trailed 8-7 after one quarter last night, but then putscpred Rogers 17-9 in the second period to take a 24-17 halftime lead. The Mounties cut the margin slightly in the third period, closing to within five points, 33-28. 'Rogers' Jerry Robinson then sank'three straight jump shots in the final quarter to give his team a 43-42 lead with 1:44 left in regulation time, but Rick Karnbach's free throw sent the game into ,overtime. Robinson night in- the · overtime period, but Bob Stephens sparked Fayetteville to the win with six points, a steal, and a blocked shot in the three?minute period. Stephens' le'd Fayetteville with 14 points-, followed by Karnbach with seven, Lynn Waldren and Mark Prenger with six each, Trumbo and. Lawson Osburn with four apiece. Gary Atha and Larry Harness with three each, G r e g McClelland, Dayton Lierley, and Gary McNutt with two each, with one. scorefs with Roberts' was ._. _._,,_._ with 10, followed by Mike Warren with seven, C h u c k Han- Richmond .113, VMI 84 . Washington ' Lee 85, Centre 74 Fairmont St. 64. W. Va. St. 62 MIDWEST Bethel 83, Milligan 79 NE Missouri 92, Quincy, 111. 78 Valparaiso 100 Evansville 78 SOUTHWEST Houston 116, Trinity, Tex. 57 Centenary 88, Arkansas St. 79, OT Texas-El Paso 64, Wyoming 54 Memphis St. 93, N. Texas St. 88 Louisville 85, W. Texas St. 70 Southern St., Ark. 86, Ozarks, Ark. 61 Henderson 90, Hendrix 83 a n d Larry Atha Robinson led all 20 points. Steve next for Rogers shaw and Greg four each, and with two. Comfort with Danny Sams The Fayetteville jayvees will end their season at home tonight with a game against Conway at 6:00. WE FINANCED THE STATE'S 87 Dallas Baptist 96, Austin Col. FAR WEST New Mexico 93, Colorado St. 2 Oregon St. 82, Southern Cal DECATUR -- The West Fork Tigers..gained..a-.ierthi. in. .the finals of the Senior Boys division in the Area IB District Basketball tournament Thursday evening by downing upstart Gentry. 94-70. Mike Clayton and Terry Mabry each had 26 points while Ronnie Bradley added 17. For Gentry Rick Still had 15, Phil Gwartney 14, Wally Millsap 11 and Steve Still 10. T h e rebounding figures s h o w e d that the Tigers dominated the boards with 55 grabs to only 33 for the Pioneers. Mabry notched 21 rebounds of which 13 came off the defensive boards to start the fast break. George Warren added 11 for West Fork. West Fork hit 37 of 77 shots from the field -while Gentry managed 26 of 85.. The Tigers took a 20-14 first q u a r t e r lead ant o p e n e d the margin to as -much as 21 points in the second period. By halftime Wes Fork was on top 43-28 and le( 72-49 at the end of three periods Cedarville defeated Farming ton's senior boys 88-62 to gain a berth in the finals of the tournament. In the junior girl b r a c k e t Kingston ousted Mountainburg 40-32 for a bertl in the finals. Tonight West Fork and Gentry's junior girls collide in a semi-final game while UCLA 72. Oregon 61 Azusa Pacific 94, Cal Lutheran 45 U. San Diego 92, Grand Canyon College 71 St. Mary's, Calif. 83, Pepperdine 82 Fresno St. 59, U. Pacific 49 Jacklin Takes Lead BOGOTA, Colombia -- Tony Jacklin, England, carded a sev en-under-par 65 and took the first round lead in the Bogata Open Golf Tournament. TALLEST BUILDING (34 Storiei High $20 Million Dalian) HOW'S YOUR SPORTS .'.-. .And we hoy.e. the gbijifyj knoyhpw, and desire to lend YOU moheVl Up4o r 9J% Conventional Finan- cing for new and existing homes. Also VA and FHA Loans. Up to 30 year term. Call 751-1152, or come by our offices in the San Jose Manor, 2221/2 East Emma, Springdale, Ark. JACK COLLIER EAST CO., Inc. · Mortgage Banker. One of the most colorful of the old time prexies was the manager of the St. Louis Browns, Chris Von Der Ahe. His ball park was a regular Coney Island; brass bands, chute- the-chutes, horse races and a beer garden . . . and he named some of his apartment houses after his players. The gate receipts were carted to the bank in a wheelbarrow, with Von Der Ahe following with a loaded rifle. He threw a party for the Browns when they won a pennant that cost him $50,000. HOWARD'S DISCOUNT CENTER it your CENTER for all your SPORTING NEEDS... .EQUIPMENT RANGING from RIFLES to TENNIS BAUS.... OPEN 9-9, CLOSED SUN... ..443-2381 2217 N. COLLEGE Copyright 1967 -- Standard Feature* ountainburg and Cedarville ash in the senior boys bracket. .eft the others behind for a 2! ength margin at the wire. Herbalist knocked one-fifth a second off his winning effoi against some of the same rival i week ago at the same dis ance. Trainer Roy Gillem ob /iously is not wasting time i uning the 6-year-old 1970 Ai ansas Derby winner for thi 'ear's renewal of the $50,000 added Oaklawn Handicap dur ng the final week of the meet ng. Two jockeys accounted fo vinning doubles Thursday. A. Smith booted home the win ning daily double aboard Kis Vie Darlin in the first and M Boy Friend in the second, No: 1 and 7, to pay $45. Jocke Sandy Hawley accounted fi Stitcher in the sixth and Barb zon Streak in the seventh. The crowd of 9,911 wager $1,090,867. 36 in the third quarter on tip-in by Bruton, and never ailed after Larry Harness hit jump shot moments later, ayetteville was then helped by four-point piny, which was set when Mark Branscum was ailed for a technical foul after otesting his personal foul, retschmar sank the one-and- le, Childress added the chnical, and then Krelschmar ot another after the Bulldogs etaincd possession. The last quarter, as already idicatcd, belonged to West hildress, and Bruton, who ombined for all 15 Fayetteville oints. Childress' final free irow gave (he Bulldogs a 57-48 ad with 1:35 left. Branscum onceded nothing, scoring five oints in the next 32 seconds ) make the score 57-53, bul ogers could get no closer. The ended a five-game ayetteville losing streak, and narked the first road success f the conference season for th lulldogs. Fayetteville com nitted 20 turnovers iri the ;ame, but Rogers exceeded tha otal by seven. Two players on ach side fouled out: Branscum nd Mike Jones of Rogers Jhildrcss and Davis of Fayette ille. In addition. West, Guile nd Leis each committed fou ouls. After the game and th uccessful coin flip, the Bul :ogs released 28 games wort T emotion by boisterous! heering everything and every ody. Typical of the festiv mood was an announcement b Dwiglit Tucker, who didn't eve see action iri the varsity game 'I scored 28 points in the pre game warm-up, before f foule out." Fayelteville's game at horn oniglit against Conway important for two reasons. vinning, the Bulldogs could ti Texarkana for seventh placi assuming the Razorbacks los o Fort Smith Southside. Fa; teville and Texarkana would en flip a coin for tournament osilion. Also, Conway needs a in to clinch the AAA-Wcst aampionship. If the Wampus ats lose and Hot Springs beats 'enton. the Trojans will tie tanway for the title. If Fayetteville does not finish eventh, the Bulldogs will play t 9:00 on Monday night in .itlle Rock's Barton Coliseum gainst AAA-Easl champion onesboro, which sports a 22-5 ecord. Jonesboro has waltzed hrough its conference with a 3-2 mark. The Bulldogs tonight will again slart their five seniors: Gulley. West, Childress, Davis, and Donaubauer. Conway will ikely go with Marvin Delph, Danny Garrison, Andy Balen- on, Hal Crafton, and Mike Stanlon. Delph, one of the best players in the state, scored 21 joints in leading the Wampus Cats to a 48-34 win over Fayetteville at Conway last month. Game time tonight is at 7:30. Box Scores Fnycltevllle West Childress Kretschmar Bruton Gulley Donaubauer Harness Davis Burgin Rogers Mark Jones Branscum Klein Mike Jones Stophlet Leis Rogers fg 9 2 2 2 4 1 1 0 0 ft-fla 2-4 5-G 5-6 5-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 20 9 9 9 8 2 2 0 0 21 -17-26 59 1ft 4 3 1 0 1 0 6 8 4-4 0-2 3-9 4-4 0 0 0-0 26 12 S 5 4 2 0 19 17-27 55 DON'T FORGET YOUR AT YOU* JAtKLE STOHf LET'S GO FISHIN' JOHN J. HIlBityMOT OW. Here now is your golden opportunity and the canopy vinyl roof ^A costs you nothing. You gat what you pay for and more., Now this is what we mean when we say "Gold Sticker Value!" Gold Duster. The big-enough- for-five, smal!-enough-to- handle-easily, economical- q all-over Plymouth, now comes 2, in a special version with £, whitewalls, wheel covers, \ wall-to-wall carpet, and special trim. And with all this also comes ·\ a canopy vinyl roof at no 1 extra charge! (The factory '? doesn't charge us, so we don't have to charge you.) That's a great deal on top of a great deal. 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