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Hog Baseball Statistics · · AB R H AVG. 2b McNeil, 2b ' 14 4 7 .500 0 Bradbury. 2b 142 26 53 .373 -5 Mont., : ,1Mb 131 27 45 .344 10 .Ormsby, ss 1W 25 36 :333 4 ; Hemm, J.; c 115 20 37 .322 12 Stephens, ss 20 '7 6 " Lundquisl, 3b 7 8 1 1 2 2 Thompson, rf 83 17 23 Sutlon. c 16 2 4 Bru'le, rf.dh 115 16 28 ·DuBose. Ib -113 11 24 Watson, ef . 8 9 19 18 ' 3b MR TB RBI SAC BB SB SO , . Wallace, if ''44 6 ' Bul'elli, dh-ol 38 .. 14 4 8 2 4 r 4 0 .300 .282 .277 .250 .243 .212 .202 .182 .162 .071 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 Harper, of Gatjanls, rf . Karnbach, If . Moran, c . Atha. · Ib . · '·; 2 Hemm. W.. p 0 . ARKANSAS 1133 203 318-.279 48 OPPONENTS MM 111 246.224 28 _______ A-Pitchers have 13 put outs;-- Pitchers have 51 assists 7 -. 4 69 16 76 31 4 9 - 1 9 61 '29 44 17 32. 15 1 7 4 15 18 Season Boils Down To Two Series For UA League Leaders Arkansas baseball coach Norm DcBriyn istl'l wasting any time on what might be or could have 'been. For him and his Razorbacks. Ihe whole sea- noseV'cinMzTschrnidVPIu. i f ; By The Associated Press National League BATTING (20 al bals)--John- stone, Phi, : .500; Rose. Cin. .500; A.Oliver, Pgh, .481; .Milner. NY, .472; McBride. SIL, RUNS-Griffey. Cin. 14; 15 19 44? 115 35 166 64 148 13.11 331 95 27 105'4» 229 .. son i s ' wrapped up in a p_air of Southwest Conference series. The Razorbacks are already the winningest baseball team .in Arkansas history at 29-9 and following a tripteheadcr sweep of Rice Saturday, arc 11-7 in league play. We're' "only two -games behind Houston and Texas AM on. : the . loss side for second place.". DeBriyn said. "We have Ihrec games with Texas and three games" wilh AM, and I also has to piny Houston." PITCHING Cason, Randall Asbill, Ted Hemm, Warren McClain. Mark Bull, Scott Erwin, Rich · PJaffenberger, K . - 0 Green, Doyle 1 Brandford, J. 1 ARKANSAS OPPONENTS IP. H 4 2 27H 23 69% 63 68 52 SOW 34 33 25 3 3 1 21% 23 10 1 2US 20 19 W I; I 0 5 0 7 2 6 3 4 2 3 0 0 R ER BB SO GS GC ERA O 0 5 3 15 15 12 8 3 5 22 21 55 12 44 25 42 10 25- 25 21 19 11 1 ' 1 3 10 8 6 19 10 14 19 19 29 9 W/a 246 111 82 10:, 229 9 29 285 316 203 160 166 148 0.00 0.99 1.94 ' 1.99 2.15 2.45 3.00. 3.32 6.19 2.49 5.05 Milner. NY, 10; Cabell, Hln. 10; Jedono, Htn, 10. RUNS BATTED IN--Kingman. NY, 15: Griffey. Cin, 15; Schmidt, .Phi. 14; Cedeno. Htn 12: Matthews, SF. 11. HITS -- Rose. Cin, 21; Cabell, Bin 2!-. Millsn. NY, 18; Mil ler, NY. 17; MoBridB, SIL, 17; Griffey, Cin, 17; Watson. Hin 17. Second place be good enough for 'an NCAA post-season bid. an honor DeBriyn's dub earned three years ago as an independent.. But for now SWC leader Texas is the main item as Ih'e Razorbacks visit the. Longhorns for a singh f ame Friday and a twinbil' aturday. "Texas is good." DcBriyn said of the defending national champion's. "They have out- RESULTS Ark 2, NE Okla. fl Ark 7. NE Okla. » Houston 9, Ark. 4 Houston 1, Ark. 0 Houston 3, Ark. 2 Ark 11, Bak«r 0 Ark 9, Baker 7 Ark 7, Mo. Southern 0 *Ark 0. Mo. Southern 0 Ark 9. SW Baptist 1 Ark 9, 6. SW Baptist 1 Ark 6, Will. Jewell 4 Ark 1, Tulsa 0 Ark 1, Tulsa 0 Ark 5, Texas Tech 4 Ark 4, Texas Tech 3 Ark 10, Texas Tech 2 Ark 6. Lather 5 Ark 13, Luther 3 Ark 2, Mankalo St. 0 Ark 2, Mankato St. 0 Ark 17, SMU 2 Ark 10, SMU 1 · Ark 2, SMU 1. SIU-Edwards 5, Ark 2 Ark 7, SIU-Edwards 1 Ark 6. ORU 5 " ORU 6, Ark 3 Ark 7. TCU 5 TOU 6, Ark 5 Ark 7.- TCU 6 Ark 11, SMS 3 Ark 8, SMS 5 . · Baylor 5, Ark 0 Baylor 2, Ark 0. Baylor 5, Ark 2 Ark 4, Rice 1 Ark 4, Rice 1 Ark 1, Rice 0 standin everyw . pitchers and are solid g pit here. CREDITS COACH "It's a credit to Coach (Cliff) G'-istafson. 'They mentally sound. fund a- They don't make · errors on routine plays and they won't beat themselves. We will have to try lo stay close and hope for a base hit, move 'em along and so on." The three-game sweep of Rice gave DcBriyn hone (hat his pitchers are starting to come around after a mid-season slump of sorts'. Rice, did score an earned run in the DOUBLES--.Milan, NY, 5 Gcronimo, Cin, 5; T.Perez. Cin 5: 7 Tied With 4. TRIPLES--Geronimo. Cin, 3 Johns-tone. Phi. 2; Moose, Pgh 2; R.Metzger. Hln, 2; 24 Tied Wilh 1. . : HOME RUNS--Schmidt, Phi 8;' Kingman, NY, 7; Monday Chi. - . 4 ; ' Cedeno. - Hln, 4 J.Morales, Chi, 3; Milner. NY 3; Matthews; SF. " STOLEN BASES--Morgan "in, 8; Cedeno, Hln. 7; Griftej Cin. 5; Cabell. Htn, 4; 5 Tied Wilh 3. ' PITCHING C2 Decisions)-Ruthven, Atl, 3-0, 1.0M, 1.00 Norman. Cin, 3 0 , 1.000, 1.69 R.Jones, SD, 3-D. 1.000. 2.S2 \latlack NY, 2-0. 1.000. 2.57 Reuss. Pgh. 2-0, 1.000. 4.24 "\Niekro, Atl, 2-0, 1.000, 4.22 Barlow, Htn, 2-0, 1.000, 2.79 Rasmusscn, StL, 2-1, .667, 2.89. STRIKEOUTS -- Scaver. NY. 21 ; P. N i e k r o , AH, 18; REMAINING SCHEDULE Apr. 23 Texas at Austin Apr. 24 Texas at Austin (2) "Apr 27 Am. Christian at Fay etteville (2), 1 p.m. Apr. 30 Texas MM aA Fayette ville, 2 pjm. May 1 TexM A4M at Fayette ville (2). 11 a.m. Royals-Brewers Rained Out Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., April 11, 1976 · 13 TAYETTEVlLrE. A R K A N S A S ' Palmer, Orioles Halt Angels By KKK RAPPOPORT AP Sports Writer For eight innings.- Ihc Balli- lore Orioles had the California \ngels in - t h e hand of their "aimer. Then Jim Palmer needed a tand himself in the ninth. usually get my second ! but tonight I didn't," said 1 ' "I wind, laltimore's Cy Young Award winner afler helping the Orioles whip the Angels 5-1 Wednesday nighl. The lean right-hander was .vorking en a gorgeous (me - lilt- .er before running into n stormy ninlh. Palmer gave up a walk lo-Rusty Torres, a single :o Jerry Henry and a sacrifice fly to Bill Melton to lose his shutout. And when he walked another batter, Palmer was replaced by Dyar Miller. . I didn't ask to .come out," Palmer said, "but I knew how 1 fell. I had trouble closing my hand because my forearm had lightened up." M a n a g e r ' Earl Weaver doesn't usually like to take Palmer oul of a game, but he obviously didn't have a choice Wednesday night in Anaheim. "He'll give you tlircc good games every four times out." said Weaver. "He just completely ran oul of gas lonighl." YANKEES WIN i single to center leading off he f i f t h inning. "It was a mistake on my iarl," said Palmer. 3-1, "hut ie still had to hit it, it was a langing curve and 1 was decisive on how to throw it." Palmer was then .untouchable until Ihe troublesome ninth. games, Hie Detroit Tigers beal the Oakland A's 7-3 and Ihe New York Yankees dcEcalet] Ihe Chicago White Sox 10-7. Two games were rained out -Kansas City at Milwaukee am Texas at Cleveland. Palmer was working on a no hitler when Bruce Bochle linet B a l t i m o r e , had dropped six of its previous seven games, jumped on loser Don Kirk\yood,-0-2, for three runs in Lhe' first inning, capped by Ker Singleton's homer, and added two mure in ine second. The Orioles managed seven hits, including the homer ant single by Singleton, two doubles by Al Bumbry and a double and single by Paul Blair. Tigers 7, A's 3 Willie Horton and Rusty Staub hit two-run homers to lead Detroit over Oakland. Hor- on connected in the first inning and Staub in the sixth. Both shots came off losing '-pitcher Mike Torrez, 1-3. -^ The Tigers scorecJ three,.rum in the first and four more when nine batters went to the, .rplate in Lhe sixth. A single by rookie Jerry Manuel drove in ,the. other two runs in the sixth,--. Yankees 10, While Sox;.7 Chris Chambliss and Mickey Rivers drove in three-* runs apiece and rookie Willie-'Ran- (io-i h collected Jour straight hit* to lead New York past-Chicago. Tludy May, backed by -a" 17-hit attack, allowed only two hits over the first seven innings hul yielded a two-run homer to Pete Varney in She e i g h t h ' a n d was chased by Jack "-Brohamer's two-run triple In Ilia ninth. ABA Series Even At 3 Games Each After Spurs Edge Nets 106-105 Hin, 17; Rogers, Lolich, NY, 13; J.Richard, Mon, 16; J.Niekro. Hin; 13; R.Jones. SD, 13. . . ' . American League BATTING (20 at Jats)-- Pi- niella, - NY, .520; Lynn. . Bsn, .400; B.Bcll. Cle, .480; Patck, Hog Netters Aim for Top Division. three games as the Razprbacks claimed victories of 4-1. 4-1 am 1-0. "Early in the year we were hilling Ihe milt," DeRriyn said "but we had a period when the hillcrs started catching up with us: Mark McLain was as sharp against Rice as he has beer at any time in the last thr* weeks." McLain, a junior from Houston, Tex., is 6-3 and will draw the starting assignment in FrtdayVsingle game. DeBriyn plans to use Warren Hemm (72), a senior from Tulsa. Okla (Hale) and senior Scott Bull (42) of Jonesboro on Saturday The Razorbacks are hilling .279 as a learn; led by Ralph Bradbury, a junior from Little Rock (Central) at 373 Arkan sas returns home April 27 for a douhlehcader against American Christian and Ihe regular . . . K, .400; Yount, Mil, .391. HUNS -- North, Oak. 10, D.Evans. Bsn. 9; Fisk, Bsn. 9; Munson, NY. 9; R.Wrlile. NY, 9; Carew, Min, 9. RUNS BATTED IN-Rudi Oak, 12; Chambliss, NY. 11; Melton. Cal. 11; Horton, Del 10; J.Spenccr, Chi, 9. HITS-Cliaik, Cal, 15; Bochte Cal, 14; North, Oak, 14; risk Bsn, 13; Chambliss, NY. 13; Munson, NY, 13; Piniella. NY 13;. Rivers, NY. 13. DOUBLES-- Carew.' Min, 7 D.Evans. Bsn,' '5: L.Stanton Cal. 5; Garner. Oak, 5; R'Jdi Oak 5 The Arkansas Razorbacks wilt be fighting lor -TM.r. upper division finish when the Southwest Conference , tennis . tournament opens its three-day run today at the Sul Ross courts in Waco. The 1976 SWC .team champion as well fis individual champion will be named under a format that combines : point standings from both regular season and tourney play. · "We could still come in fourth · with a good tournament," said coach Tom Pucci. "Some ol out players might play into the '. tournament, : win some opening matches, and gain 'confidence and be there at the end." . The Razorbacks finished their conference, matches with a . 3 - i record, and stand 11-12 overal with a home match agains Pepperdine. April 28, remaining to complete their season. Pucci singled out No. singles players Buddy'Bowman No. 6 Peter HawkirnJ, and Russ Rumery and Hawking in No 3 doubles us the stronges chances at individual title6. Al 'three players are freshmen. 1 Bowman, who carries a 6-2 '. conference record; is Ihe top seeded Razorback m tn tomtiamenl with a No. _ ·placement among the league top singles players. . .. Hawking, who had early season problems, has been switched from fourth lo six i season final series. April May 1 with Texas AM. 30 nc singles ladder. He is 3-5 ·i SWC play and 14-10' on Ihe ear, winning seven 'of ,his last ighl matches. : Hawking and Rumery have lecimated theirr competition in Jo. 3 doubles, rolling up a;16-6 e c o r d . The , freshman Australian duo have won 13 of a run of seven straight victories hat included three wins over Oklahoma Slate and a split with Missouri: Hawing and Rumery arc 4 : 4 in conference play. Rumery is even at 12-12 overall and is 3-5 in league play. Other tournament contenders Golfers Enter SWC Tourney . The Arkansas golf Razorbacks get into conference tou ;or the Razorbacks incl Bailey; who was mqvei action this weekend when the.Southwest Conference golf tournament kicks off it' two day 54-ho!e competition Friday at the .Waterwood National Country Club. The tournament wil be head quartered at the Waterwood resort area. The formal calls . .-. , -, for 3fl holes bl play Friday wilh '"^^v-dual^nts. the tournament lo finish Satur- Razorbacks Go For Sixth Relay Title Before the.1975 track season "·kansas owned one rela c h a m p i o n ' * ? from th Midlands .big three, . o f . T Kansas and Drake Now the Razorbacks nav five titles and coach Ed R«n frow -would like to add 01 more this week as the Bit Drake Relays unfolds aE pi Moines. la , ,, , 'We had an outstanding efforti from our distance runners at Kansas ' said Renfrew Wei nil! need lo run fa=ter though 1 at Drake although \se will just enter'the diistance medley relay so so me. of our people can r u n . SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) Bob Bass, coach-of the San Anonio Spurs, says he was sur- rtsed that the New York Nets ithhold forward Rich Jones rom Wednesday night's Ameri- Basketball Association ermfinal playoff game. But "it was their judgment," e said. Before the game, which the ,purs won 106-105 lo even the cries at 3-3,-Nets Coach Kevin oughery decided that Jones hould - n o t ;play because of 'conditions caused by certain o f f i c i a l s ' o f the Spurs and 1hp ocal media." Jones was involved in irawl during the fourth game ·f the series here last Sunday After the fight. Spurs Genera Manager John Beg/os cillet Tories "trash" and Bass said Jones was "a cheap, shot art si." ' '. . The man is very upset,' Loughery said. "Personally, couldn't put up witb this." NIGHTMARE "It's just like a nightmare,' said Jones. ,"I can't even be ieve this. It's like being on an other planet. All I want to do i, get out of this place. Jones played for the Spur 'or two seasons and maintain off-season home here. Bn said Wednesday night/'Tr going to sell it:as quick as' can. 'It was my decision. I mad it on coy own," said Lougherj 'He wants to play, but 1 don think he's tn any frame of min to play." ^ In the other ABA playo tfame Wednesday night, Denve beat Kentucky I03-1QG to their best-of-seven series ot lu victories each, The New /York coach he was.concerned about Jone safety, but later, when i onetl by news men, Loughery iid Jones probably would have ecn in no danger. The brawl took place in Sun- ay's #amc which New York on 110-108, Spurs forwarti Larry Kenon ank two free throws with three cconds left.lo give the Spurs victory Wednesday ard Professional Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESfc NBA Playoffs Quarter-finals Best-ot-7 Series Wednesday's Result Washington 109, Cleveland 98 series tied 2-2. Boston 107; B u f f a l o 08, Boston eads scries 1*0. ^ Thursday's Games Washington at Cleveland Detroit at Golden State, Gold en Stale leads series 1-0, Friday's Game Buffalo at Boston Saturday's Game Gotderi Slate at Detroit ABA Playoffs Semifinals Best-nf-7 Series Wednesday's Results D " iver 108, " Kenlucky 106 , series tied 2-2, San Antonio 106, New York 105. .series lied. 3-3. Thursday's Game Kenlucky at Denyer Sunday's Games Denyer at Kentucky, afternoon, if necessary San Antonio al New York, il necessary ven the series at 3-3. Sunday's game in New York vill determine which team aces Ihe winner'of a Denver Kentucky series in the fina ilayyoff. The Spurs' high scorer Vcdnesday was George Gervin vith 37 points. Julius Krviiig aced the Nets with 41, 31 in he second half when he led \ T ets' comeback, Nuggets 108, Colonels 106 Chuck Williams' 24-foot jump shot at Ihe buzzer gave Dcnve is victory over Kenlucky aric lied Ihe series. The Nuggets Ralph Simpson scored 2o point ;o lead all scorers, and Wil liarris added 20. Artis Gilmor had 22 points for 'Kentuckj which led by sizable margin several limes in Iho first half." fliniiiiiiaiiiiiiiinEiiiiiffliiinniniiniiiiiiiiiiiiffliiiiiiniiffliiffl Texas League Br The A*srxtriK East -.511 -.SW .500 4 3," -571 -- Amarillo ]2, Midland 5 Artntuas 7, Lafayette 1 J»n Anionio 6. H Paw 1 Shreveporl 8, Jackson 1 AmariUo At Midland El Paio at San Ant Shrevepori at Jackso SMART SHOPPERS; WATCH TIMES ADS 7 DAYS A.WEEK! NHL President Campbell Will Be Arraigned OTTAWA (AP) -- tfatjonal ockey League Preside^ Clar ce Campbell was scheduled be arraigned on conspiracy arfies today with three other rmer associates in Sky Shops sports, Ltd.. and Liberal Sen', or Louis Giguere. The others to he arraigned ere Eormer Sky Shops^J3pard lairman Louis Lapointc.; "for- ier Executive Vice President ordon G. Brown, and former Yeasurer James Lavery At the same time, a Montreal udge will set a date.for.a-.spe- closcd hearing tbTdeter- nine whether . charges'lof in- uence peddling should-be^laid gainst Sen Giguere ,, The charges stem from an m estimation into the 1972,.exlen- ion of Ihe lease on a Sky.Shops uty-free store at the airport in Jorval Que The lease had jeen scheduled to lapse'.in 1975, ml was extended to' 1880 -without acceptance of" com- jetitive bidding -- in June of _972 before Giguere made » purchase of 5,000 shares of · Sky. .hops stock at %\ per share On that day. June 9, W2, G*- [uere sold his stock to^Lavery or $15 per share and mfide ft $95,000 profit. ~ LEASE It has been alleged ttwt th« transaction look place in return for Giguere s having ued influence to gel the comariy ilfl lease extended . without competitive bidding The senator, last Novwntwt denied, any wrongdoing, saying he simply exercised an option offered him in 1970 by Lapbinta while they played golf in Florida The five were to appear in Ihe coUr't'al the ctly ; police station £o hear the charges read The\ alleged offense cacrlss a ma\imum penalty of IiV^ yean in prison. f m Irom No. 6 to fourth in the singles two ' weeks' ago at the Oklahoma City Tournament. Bailey is 12-H on the year, 44 in SWC play, and carries a 4-2 mark since moving t o - t h e six-man Razorback contingent in (he tournament. Other participants ' ttro Bo Baumeister. Ricky .Srygley, Mike Mathis. BUI Agler and Paul Oliver fourth position. Bailey "has combined .vith day with an 18 hole round Bobby Baker will head the doubles partner Bowman for a 5-3 SWC record. Hnd they stand 13-10 for a season record, after winning four of their last five. Brian Sakey has su tiered incurring back problems and is 2-6 in league play. Tom Gnsak has won eight ot his last 12 matches «t No: 3 and is and ,11-13. The doubles pai Sakey-Grisak give an indication of Arkansas'.tough season slate with a 10-13 record, and are 2-6 in the SWC. Only, the top four scores from' ra {; c A ., each school will count in each , . S round. The 36-hole opening .day may be an asset for the Razorbacks, who have played or threfi tournaments this spring. "We'll be ' ' course. The ' l 4 J MeNair. "We'll be trying to fin ,i n f . i s h in the lop four.' 11 ' Said Baumeister, " ' ' Niall O'Shaughnessy . w i l l ! compete in the special m vitation 800 meters -against, defending champion Mike Bolt of Kenya and. Eastern New M e x i c o . A y e a r a g o O'Shaughnessy turned in a personal record 1:47.5 in this f Ifyou f renot Inglenook,herearea reasons why you shoplift: Ozark Mountain Invitational Meet Slated Here For May 14 ^ *- t^*'~ K1 £ 3. Even before your customers taste^'V our fane wines, Inglenook is on '*', the tip of everyone's tongue Were spending more lhan ever lo get Ihe Inglenook message across In advertised markets our television advertising alone \vill reach 7 eight out of ten ol your customers. But we don 1 stop there We bring it all nght into your restaurant Inglenook offers you a full array of merchandising matenallo ^ increase your sales Everything from lab'e -~ tent lo customized wine lists Some of the finest Irack talent in the nalion will be headed for Fayelleville May 14 for the Ozsrk Mountain Invitational Track Meet on Ihe new University ol Arkansas track. Ed Rcnfrow, head Irack coach . al the the meet on UA, has slaled weekend that will fill a void in Ihe schedule of most t«m«. "That weekend preceded most of the conference meela by one week. It will serve as a perfect luncup," said Renfrow. · · · ' ' · ' . "We wanl lo draw nol only top athletes from here 'Jn Head Coach Fired DURHAM, N.C. (AP) -North Carolina Central Univer -sily hai fired its. basketbal coach, Sterling Holl, whose teams had an 1836 record in his two years. Chancellor Albert N. Whiting, who made the announcement Wednesday, said that for the remaining Iwo years on his contra el Holl would be an ad- minislrative 'assistanl lo the school's athletic director, Joe I,. Auslin. ! Austin will assume Ihe head coaching position on an interim be lit. Arkansas, but from throughout he counlry. We will have eles who are NCAA champions, vho have compeled for Ihe U.S. n Ihe Olympics, and who will compete this summer in Mon:real." The meel will be nn open affair for all amateur trackmen ncluding collegiate runners, others in Irack clubs and still others running unattached. One of the featured evenls will be the mile run. "We w a n t to have the first sub-four minute mile run in the slate," ' Renfrew. "We have lined Len Hilton, a 3:55 miter and 1972 Olympian from Houston." Hilton will be competing in a top-notch field that will include R a z o r b a c k distance stars Handy Melancon .and Niall O'Shatrghnessy, who have ulso been flirting wilh Ihe four- minute mark. "We also have tentative commitments from a couple of other runners who have been under four minulcs." said Renfrow. "Allhough the mile will a special allraclion, all of Ihe evenls will fralure qualily alh- Icles. The timing of Ibis meet, plus Ihe oppor luny olurilfo plus Ihe opportunity for outstanding competition and ex-, cellenl marks because of our| new Tartan surface and all- weather approaches for the field events, shoutd attract an outstMndinf fi«ld," lenge Olympic marathon champ Frank Shorter in the Drake open 5 000 meters ONE OF BEST Randy is coming off one of his best races." said Renfrew 1 The restaurant business is a full-tune ]ob. So unlike some other wineries Ingtenook instituted a full time sales force thai f-alls lust on restaurants You rmghl bay senior from Lafajetle you throw in may be to our La He ran 2 58 9 for three quarters of a mile and could have run even faster ' 'He made up ISO yards in (he first lap and a half, then Hclvantagc," said coach Thomas do very well last week in the and Waterwood is supposed .to he three or four slrokes tougher ill be ready to go alter lhan the course we just played. us again this week as well." In fact, Kansas Stale has f i n i s h e d s e c o n d t o O'Shaughnessy's blistering kick at the tape of the four-mile and distance medley relays each of ' " ' We'll have to really play well. 1 .' DURHAM. N.C. (AP) -- Ed- .A small jibr quality. , -$%££'i I'oiienpok' oilers, Ihe' Nayalle line in --V.Vf'. gallons; priced les? than many other. "" '"I- Rremiurnfluality; \yi ries^. We also offer our e Cameron, former basketball ... ___________________ and football coach and alhlelic Renfrow will continue lo use director at Duke University. Tom Aspcl on the 860 and Mark 11 Stephens on the 440 legs of. the distance medley, · while termediate hurdler Rex G-jynn. Wednesday lo the College Foot from Fayetteville. will They will be inducted Dec. 7 be the only other Razorback al Arkansas squad will compete in Southwest Missouri Relays playing ability as a Washington i Ihe and Lee football fullback in the medley relay team have good chances of winning Ibeeir races. serving 47 years with Duke, in cluding 21 as athletic director. Another Shipment At help make 1976 foryoa. ' Men's Hones UNDERWEAR | ' 4 Inglenook Considered · ' · by many to be the finest -·: , ' wine in the world ' J V Ami let sface if, because we * "i both have a repiilation to '*,~* ? r"v^c{ that s the mosl important,, _radsbn. why you should - f --be pouring hig!e,nookl ·"* '

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