Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 23, 1973 · Page 10
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 23, 1973
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10 Northwest'Arkcmsai TIMES, Friday, Fefc'23, 1973 AHKAM1AS .. . ' Marvin Barnes Leads Providence In Romp By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Boxers say a good big man will always beat a good little man and college basketball buffs might say it too-Providence, ranked seventh In The Associated Press poll of major college teams, wiped out Assumption, the No. 5 team in the small college poll, 107-87 Thursday night. Marvin Barnes, 6-foot-8, took Assumption apart, scoring 29 p o i n t s and' grabbing 30 rebounds. Ernie DiGregorio added 21 and Kevin Stacom had 20 for the Friars, 19-2 on the season. Joe O'Brien, coach of Assumption, also 19-2, was suitably impressed. "It was awesome what they us," he said. Meanwhile, UCLA's top-ranked powerhouse kept rolling along with a 72-61 victory over Oregon, the 67th straight triumph for the Bruins, 22-0 this season. Oregon freshman Ronnie Lee led all scorers .with 31 points. Ninth-ranked Houston got 24 points from Dwight Jones and romped to a l!6,-57 victory over overmatched Trinity. The Cougars, who also got 19 points from Louis Dunbar and 16 from ' Steve Newsome, led by 62-35 al halftimc. Memphis State, leader of the M i s s o u r i Conference race clinched a tie for the league title by defeating North Texas . State 93-88. Six-foot Larry 'inch scored 37 points for the Tigers, ranked No. 14. Sam Whitehcad hit 24 points ncluding 16 in the first half as Oregon State handled Southern California 82-66. State' shot 60 per cent from the floor and _gged USC with its second straight Pacific--8 Conference oss. The Trojans, 7-3 in the conference, are second behind UCLA's 10-0 Pac--8 mark. New Mexico, ranked No. 15, Jot 20 points from Darryl Min- nicficld and defeated Colorado 93-72. The Lobos, 21-3 for tHe season, had to come from be- lind for the victory. They were down 38-37 at the intermission after scoring the final nine points of the first half. John Shumate scored 24 lolnts as Notre Dame defeated West Virginia. 92-73. "Gary Novak added 19 for the Fighting Irish, who started four sophomores against West Virginia's three sophs and two freshmen. Manhattan ran off 17 straigh points in the first half am coasted to a 97-87 victory over Connecticut in the first game o a Madison Square 'Garden dou bleheader. Mike Moore's.' 22 points paced the Jaspers. Seton Hall downed St. Bonavenlun 61-56 in the second game. Louisville used a balanced at tack to down West Texas Stall 85-70 in a Missouri Conferenci game. Four Louisville player: hit double figures led by Ul ysscs Bridgeman's 17 points Reginal Raney paced the loser: Russian Sprinter Faces Tough Field NEW YORK (AP) -- Russia's IValery Borzov, dubbed the "world's fastest human" after streaking to victories in the Olympic 100 and 200-meter dashes at the 1972 Olympics in Munich, Germany, will try and restore some of his tarnished prestige tonight at the National AAU Track and Field Championships at Madison Square Garden. Borzov's Olympic triumphs climaxed a two year period in which he was unbeaten outdoors. Since then, he admittedly has been "taking it " easy," and has not performed .·up to par in two appearances ' on the U.S. indoor circuit. He failed to qualify for t h e 60-yard final at Los Angeles Feb. 9, then placed third 'at 60 yards 'last Saturday at San Diego. Tonight, he will face a powerful field, including U.S. Olympic relay gold medal winner Robert Taylor, defending champion Dr. Delano Meriwether, Big Ten Conference indoor and outdoor sprint champion Herb Washington, Olympian Hasley Crawford of Trinidad-Tobago, Ivory Crockett, Willie Deckard, Willie McGee and Chuck Smith. Borzov, who claims he never has said he is the world's fastest human--"it's up to the people who come to the meets to decide that"--is one of four Russians entered in the National AAU meet that will help decide the makeup of the U.S. · team for its competition 1th 27 points. Richmond .shot 61 per c e n t rom the floor in the first half nd whipped Virginia Military 13-84. Aaron Stewart's 31 oints paced the Spiders. He Iso grabbed... 13 - rebounds and icked up six assists. I n . other games, Marshall oppcd North Carolina--Char otte 66-56, McNqese State whip- ed Lamar 85-79, Texas-El 'aso topped Wyoming (M-54, 'Ulane downed -Louisiana State few' Orleans., 80-66, Northcasl ,'ofiisiafia beat . Middle Ten e'ssee 74-68, ;and Centenary ook 'Arkansas State 88-79. Frosh tetter Winners Told Freshmen football award honorees at the University of Arkansas have been announced ly athletic director George Cole. ,,.-- - · . .'.'., Honorees "are Pahny Armstrong, .Teddy' · Barnes; Ken Black (Manager), Greg Blackman, Mike Bogenschutz,' Larry Brown, Bill Brownlow. .Larry Butler, Dean ..Campbell. Mike Campbell, Tommy Cheyne, Larry Cone, ··Stanley Cotton, Danny Crawford. Danny 'Dial. Al Ferguson. . Don Fulcher, Ronald Fulcher, Bill Goodwin, Ricky Gray,, Eddie Hartsfield, Bill Jordan, Steve Josey (Manager) James Kendrick (Manager), Jimmy Laekie, R i c h a r d LaFargue, Arthur Lucky, . Rich Murphy, Lynn Norton, Kelvin O'Brien. Stanley Ferryman, Marshal · 'Peters (Manager), Allen Petray, Sam Pope, Lloyd Raymer, Steve Reinke, Craig Robbins, Howard Smith, Dirk Steen, Ken Stuckey, Brad Thomas, Terry Thomas, Bob Thornton, Vic Underwood. Andy Walters, Chris Warren, B e n n y Westphal. David After Two Hours With John Goherin Miller Holds Sectional Briefings LOS : ANGELES (AP) -r-, Baseball-contract talks took a respite today while Marvin Miller held the first !n a series of sectional briefings with major leaguers in a move to sample the mood of ballplayers. . .;, Miller, executive .dir.ect6r r: of the Major,. League ' Baseball Players Association, said he would give West Coast players "an .optimistic view" of the meetings with team owners before .-returning to New York tonight to meet with management again Saturday. Miller flew to Los Angeles Thursday after spending two hours with the owners' top negotiator, John Gaherin. According to a source close to the talks, Miller hopes to get Williams, Ronnie Wren and Ricky Wynn. a picture of the players' feelings at the gathering bemre heading east for the seventh set of negotiations in eight days. The briefing Is the first of seven, the next set for Monday in Chicago. '. If 'ho agreement is reached before March 9 the meetings with players will continue. It was-reported that if the stale- ment continues after that date, players will be polled to see if they will strike for the second time in as many seasons. The players association executive board last Friday called for a resumption of negotiations on three-year contracts on the so-called Basic Agreement over active player-owner relations and the pension and benefit plans. Arbitration of individual contracts and the reserve clause remained the stickiest issues. U n d-e r player 'Contracts,' spring training .officially, opens March 1 and the association said it would consider it a leek- out if training camps do not open then. The Los Angeles Dodgers' player representative, ..pitcher Don Sutton, said "the players feel we have made two very big concessions and in ex- NASCAR Sets Race NASHVILE, Tenn. (AP) r- The Music City USA 420 May 12 has been added by the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing as the second annual Grand National race for Nashville's Fairground Soeedways. The race will carry $40,430 in prize money and will be for 420 laps around the : fiye : eighths rriile track. change we- have asked that spring training,. WL.opened and that confidential and regular negotiations be continued." Sutton said .''one of the big items is that we do not feel it is necessary to have a spring training lockout." The training camps are closed except for some non-roster .players.- Meanwhile] Manager Sparky Anderson of the defending National League champion Cincinnati Reds, said that "To be truthful, I never thought I'd see the day when sports would come to this." Johnson Leading WINSTON-SALEM, ' N. C. -Don Johnson, Akron, Ohio, moved into first place in the $90,000 Winston-Salem Bowling Classic with a 63-pin lead. against the Soviet Union Marc! 16 at Richmond, Va. The others are Yevgeny Ar zhanov, runner to Dave Wottl of the U.S. in the Olympi 800 meter race: Vladimir Anra mov. a substitute for ailin, Olympic high jump champio: Yuri Tarmak who has cle;ire seven feet 3 3-4 inches outdoor and won at seven feet at Sa Diego last week, .and. Ludmil Bragina, women's !,500-mclc Olympic champion and worl record holder. Abramov's high j u m p oppos: tion will include Pat Matzdorf, holder of the world outdoor record, defending champion Gene While, Reynaldo Brown, Dwight Stones, Chris Dunn and Tom Woods. Three other" Olympic champions are entered, including hurdler Rod Milburn of Southern University, long jumper- Randy Williams oF the University of Southern California and shot putter Wladyslaw Komar of Poland. In addition, there will he Steve Smith o f . Long Beach State, the only pole vaulter to clear 18 feet indoors and winner of 12 straight meets this season; Marty Liquori.'s top miler in 1969 and 1971 who is making a comeback after a foot injury' sidelined him last season; Bob Beamon, 1968 Olympic long j u m p chamoion and world record holder; Sweden's Kjell Isaksson, former indoor pole vaulter record holder, and Willie Davenport. 1968 Olympic hurdles champion.- Forrest Fezler Takes Lead At Inverrary FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) -- Forrest Fezler, an obscure tour sophomore, looked uncertain and a little confused as he tried to shake off a double bogey six that cost him the lead in the richest 72-hole golf tournament on the American tour. His four wood tee shot on the short seventh hole--his I6th of the day since he started off the 10th tee--in Thursday's first round found the lake on the right and cost him sole possession of first place in the $260,000 Jackie Gleason-Inverrary National Airlines Golf Classic. The tournament offers $52.000 for first place, more than Fezler has earned in his brief pro career. He's tied with old pro Gay Brewer, who has nicked up three checks bigger than that since scoring his last American ; Victory in the 1967 Masters. They matched 67s, five under Ipar, on the 7,128 yard In- Listen To The PAT FOSTER SCOUTING REPORT OVER KNWA-FM (103.1 rag) 2:20 p.m. TOMORROW -Rozorboclci vs SMU- brought to you by TRUMBO'S varrary Golf Club course. Lee Trevino and Gihby Gilbert had 69s, Just two strokes back, Rookie Tom .Kite had a 70 and defending champion Tom Weiskopf was one of a half dozen at 71. 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