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11 · Northwest Arkonssj TIMES, .Aprfl », Grant Hall raiBIBlllllWUIIIIHlM^ Sometimes Football Players Become Pacemaker-Makers Dodgers Trounce Astros For Third Win Of Year He had a mustache and a · Northern uccent. and he'd , been gone from FayeUeville six years. Bui a good athlete's gait invariably gives him away, and there \vas no 1 misLViktiiEi Terry Stewart's. The former Razorback was in lown for a visit Thursday, · and he dropped by to watch football practice anct renew old-friendships. Bui, startling to both of us, .there weren't that many to renew. "I knew Mike McDonald. Lon Farrell and Henry Huel', shorsl, anci that was about it," said Terry. "Coach Broy', les and Coach Horton were "out of town." - ' · All the other coaches were 1 new lo Stewart, who started in the Arkansas secondary - f r o m 1967 to 1969 und made all-Southwest Conference in' '69, A n d ' o f course all of his old teammates were ' long .gone. · . ; ' . Terry now lives in Minrie, apolis and works for Medtron- · ics, helping make heart pacemakers. He and his wife a i d : 17-month-oid daughter hav2 been visiting relatives in Fort Smith fcnd Springdalc. '··- F1IIST 'ONE r "This is the first Arkansas ^ practice I've seen since I left." he said. "The last game ; I saw in the state was in 1972, the year they were supposed, to. win, the' national: championship. They lost to Southern Cal in Little Rock." The score vra s 31-10, a n d there were ionr more losses that year. After two more mediocre s e a s o n s t h e Porkers rebounded to 10-2 last -year. and Stewart enjoyed.' their success on television. He just wished they'd beaten Texas. "We never did beat them when I was playing," he explained. "You know, 1 helped coach their freshman team in 1970 when I .,was ·getting my master's in business there. And that was a lot of fun. But I just could.i't root for their varsity 'o b^ul Arkansas, and I still can't." Texas obliterated the Hogs 42-7 in 1970, after squeaking by 15-14 in the national championship Shootout of 69. Long horn q u a r t e r b j c k James St reel E n"ggered the '69 victory by scoring on an improvised 42-yard run to start ihe fourth quarter. Trotting back through the end zone, he handed Stewart the bail. SCORES AGAIN Stewurl handed it.to an official, and on.the ensuing two- point play Street again lugged it into the end zone, this time on a counter option olay oh which Hog linebacker Cliff Powell kicked tackle Rick Kersey while pivoting to go after. Street. Kersey had to have knee surgery. - Arkansas Gazette spjrls editor Orville Henry maintains to this day that tha Powell-Kersey c o l l i s i o n allowed Street to score. Whether it did or didn't, Texas went on to the national title. Stewart went on to a degree in engineering. He hat] worked two summers for Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing, and now he wun'.'d a master's in business. Upon getting that, he landed a job w i t h Texas Instruments. Three years ago, he jo'.ned Medtronics and took on the cold climate. Except he says, "It's reaUy not (hat colil You get used to it." You could rut his Yankee accent with a knife. "Everybody gives me trouble about that." said the Fort Smith native. The only things Terry iJocs related to athletics now are "a little skiing in the win'.ec, and a little basketball." He doesn't hear much about the Razorbacks. In Minnesota, "it's all Vikings and the Big 10," LED PIRATES Stewart was a muTli-spprt star at Fort Smith Xorthsidi: and an : "A sludeni who was named Athlete of the; Ytur by Ihe Gazette following his senior year in high schoo 1 . After his freshman year and a redshirt .season, he became such a catalyst for the Arkansas secondary tbiit they were dubbed Tcro f anl the F'iraffis, But my most vivid recolkc- Con of Stewart dates to O':t, By KEN RAPPOPORT , A? Sporis Writer J The Los Angeles Dodgers are on a winning streak -- one tn a row. T h a t - may not sound : like much, but It Is for the Dodgers, who liave had their problems Ibis-year. . ? . "We liad a good spring training and everybody worked hard but we haven't had any good 15, 1969, Moratorium "Day. on pitching until college campuses throu?h l(1 ji gnmcs, says the country. We were saying Alston. : 'Wait a m'nuta' to the Vici- The Dodgers, H a m vv'ar, and ;Ste\\url was worst start ir 'part of the g i o u p that ever* flowed the Sclence-Engine^- ing auditorium, I was never so surprised aj'!when I saw Stewart there with : t\vo teammates, -AVobb Hubbell and Gary Slbckdell F o o t b a 1 phiyers were supposed to Le Hie other £uys. The guys wno'd played- tos lung without helmets.: The guy 5 who met war protests at 3 aJn, and talked abv.it tie-'Syracuse football Se^ni The "ones who awarded national , championships '.o d i v e r t ' attention from 300,00) civilian dea'hs in Sout icasl Ana. · "1 just wanted to hear what Ihcse people harl to say;" 1 Stewart c.xplaine.1 that night In · rf9. '''Some · 'Serrators I respect have come out against the \yar. and 1 want to tear more " Thursday, Teriy said, "I got a lot ot grief over thai.' 1 He though! a minute ann Ihyn said. "Oh, not that much, thfc last Manager two Walt N'ot al! was right with R a z o r b a c k football back t h e n . F o r example, when Arkansas played Texas in 19G9, there wasn't a black player on the field. . . . . . . . _ . ' But there were a- !ot of us Caucasians who managed to reconci!e-our social- and 'political views with - continued avid support of college foot- bMll and the Razorbacks. Our football- related grumb- lings had more to . do with the run of big-garne, losses than anything.. So we blamed Broyles and tended to believe : certain' players', stories about a rift between the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, guy's and the non t CA guys and how the non-FCA guys-hMoVlo riuv - m o r e , laps for .misbehaving Back then Stewart acknow Icdged some difficulties about big-time college football, but when 1 asked him if it was worth it he said, "It is if you win." And most of the time he did. The Hogs were 23-8-1 during Stewart's years and 19-3 in his last two. T h u r s d a y , Terry : said, "Coach Broyles has given 'em a winner again.". He added, "Any co^^ll going to have off to their many years, have only won three ot 11 MHOS' so far. Including Thurs- iy night's 7-2 decision, over he Houston' Astros. , "I don't expect to knock loo ninny fences Jown .hut we are not hitting u p . t o ; par," Alstor said. "While we haven't playec well enough lo win many, we lave only been bombed out u one game this .season !(an 8-i toss to Houston). 'We have had our, oppo'rlun [lies but when you are going bad, you wind up losing' your share." Doug R a i l , , T h u r s d a y night's winning pitcher, .saw the game as "a t u r n i n g poinl in Dodge fortunes. "A lot qt good t h i n g s - hap pcncd tonight," said Raiu wh was one of them with SIN strong Innings. "We had good [teldin, ani (Joel Ferguson's home ru shows lhat his timing may b back." In other National League ac ion, the Montreal Expos dc ealed the Chicago Cubs 12-6 ii a wfap'jp of a - g a m e suspenclei rom Wednesday and then los he ; regularly-scheduled contes 1 5-4 in 11-innings.'In'the Amer can League,, the [Kansas Cii loyals, .beat . the /Milwaukee Ircwers 2-1. ; Dusty Baker's bases-loaded Jngle climaxed a three-run fth inning (or Los Angeles, au, 2-0. struck' out six and lldwed five hits before running nto trouble In the seventh. Rau was taken out ol. Ihe lame after giving up n r u n \n he seventh and loading tnf isses on a single and two vnlks'. " ' · ' '- ' ' ' · * . " ' . . "I seemed lo be losing a liltd -elocity on my 1 fastball-late n he game," . said Rau. hoiight I threw a couple of bad niches;" : . - · : Exins 1W, Ctil.s 6-5 Tim Foli hil a' home ..run In he eighth inning to complete our-liil game as Motitrea vrappcd up its suspended con cst with Chicago. - · ; - In tnc regularly-schedule ijanie, Jerry. Morales double n the l l t h inning and scored o iwkie M i k e , A d a m s ' single I break a five-game losing strea !or t h e Cubs. :Morales .had lie .he game in Ihe fiflh inhin with his fourth homer o f ' Ih year, Royals 2. Brewers 1 Jim Wohlford scored the dec sivc run on Ihird baseman Do ^tdhey 1 s error with' two oul the eighth j n n i n g . lifting Ka: sas City over Milwaukee. .; Wohlford bimled'for A sing with one out in. the eighth ;an stole s e c o n d . ' A f t e r Amos Ot took a disputed,, third slrik Jerry Augustine relieved slai er Jim Colburn, ,0-l.Uo face';ih left-handed hitting of Geqn Brett. i Brett hil a chopper, towai third nnd - Ehe" ball" hoppe through Moiiey's legs into ^l field as'Wohlford raced hoi to h break a l-l .tEe^ =. . ' '., Curtis Rowe Keys Detroit Victory Over Golden State went wrong for State Warriors. . . , his position Is a lot of critics Bv The Associated Press Everything went right for Curtis Rowe -- aiul everything the Golden, ;ame he e^e^ plaved in his Bob Lanier said after "That was probably .lh_e .best gar life _ _ . . . . watching his Detroit teammate tear up tbe Warriors in the N T a tio'nal Basketball Association Golden Stele Coach Al Allies called it "an all-pro performance' 1 after watching Rowe score 33 - points, grah 10 rebounds, collect three assists and make three 'steals in. Detroit's 123-111 victory over Hie Warriors Thursday-'.nighl. The shockingly easy: victory forged a 1 1 tie for Detroit in the best-bC-seven" VJ ester ru Con- and a lot who'support h i m , He's not paid to be well-liked.' , Asked his impression of this year's Hogs. Stewart said," "It's hard to tell right nov, I sau some of the Red White game on"' television Hst week and Coach Broyles didn't seem too pleased. He was never - too leased with any of our Red- White gam/js, either. It Is len years since Terry Stewart and I entered college. and the world of today hardly resembles the one we thought we knew in I9G6. Guvs have grown their hair co their shoulders and had it trimmed to medium length since then. A war has escalated and rv?- Racial violence has i moved from Birmingham to Boston. Worn en have liberated ference .semifinals. ^ just one of those games* when'' everything yent Major League Baseball thcfmselve.s, and so have a few men. Christianity has become Sporfianity for some while Terry Stewart has drifted away from FCA and the church People know who Henry Kissinger i s . ^ They'd like to Cincinnati forget. Richard Nixon. Gasoline Bv The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE East Pitts Phila New York Chicago St. Louis Montreal 6 6 5 6 4 6 4 6 West 6 4 6 4 costs twice as much and people worry about Ihe Middle Kast, People worry that there are too ·many people. Eldridge Cleaver isn't exciting anymore. Jazr, is coming hack. f7etente has entered and left the language. Arkansas has beaten Texas. Once since 196R. When vou gel lo football, you can find wonle, only hazily aware of the above phenomena.who can remember all the games and give you all the scores. S p o r t s i s wonderfully t i m e l e s s , neutral a n d reassuring. It's a good thing for orv; to get involved in while trying lo make sense out of life. Jf nothing else is satisfactory, an interception 'by Terry Stewart Is. And when he .says, seven years later. I'd like to se/3 Arkansas beat Texas this year," you feel reassured You wanl lo believe there's nothing wrong with college football, or life, that more Terry Stewarts can't fix. Pel ,667 .625 .500 .400 .400 .600 .600 a71 3o3 .273 GB 2 2'* 2% Atlanta Houston San f r a n San Diego Los Ang Thursday's Resulls Montreal 12, Chicago 6, completion ot suspended game Chicago 5, Montreal 4 Los Angeles 7, Houston 2 Only games scheduled Friday's Games Cincinnati (Nolan 1-1) at Montreal (Warthen 0-0 Atlanta (Morton 0-2} al Phila delphia (Lonborg 1-0), (n) New York (Koosrnan 1-0) at Houston (Cosgrove 0-0),'(n) SI. Louis (Denny 1-OJ. at San Diego (Jones 3-0), (n) Chicago' (Bur'ris 0-2} al Los Angeles (Hoolon D-2), (n) Pittsburgh (Reuss 2-0) al San Francisco (Montefusco 2-1), (n) Saturday's Games Cincinnati at Montcal Pittsburgh at San Francisco Atlanta al Philadelphia, (n) New York at Houston, (n) Chicago at Los Angeles, (n) St. Louis at San Diego, (n) righl," said Rowe. "It's hard to slop a ' t e a m when trtac. is happening. ' The near-perfect game made up for Tuesday night's, 1.27-103 oss to Golden State iri : ' the series opener. 'We were completely organized Tuesday · night, said [Jetroil 'Coach 7 Herb 'Brown. "We ran · our offense 'tonight, That's all there is lo it. You've got to out execute people to win in this league. In another /playoff "game, the Cleveland Cavaliers' beat ' t h e WashihgtohVBuliets 92-91 and took a 3-2 lead in their Eastern C o n f e r e n c e semifinals, tonight's aclior the Boston Celtics holding a 1 0 lead, play the Buffalo Braves in an East ern 'semifinal series* In the other Western Confer ice*5ermfiaal, the Phoenix Suns'," leading "3-1, mect-,the Su perSpnics Sunday in.Seattle'. Lanier, the Pistons' muscula center, totaled 31 points,'hilling 10 of 15 shots from the floor mostly;- on bulside j u m p -shots Rowe made 12 of IS field goa attempts. Rick Barry was Golde: State 5 top scorer with 27 point but had only five' points -- a foul shots -^-'in the second half Cavaliers 92, Bullets 91 l i m q Cleamons laid In rcbodnoi with one second left 1 give Cleveland'Us victory ove Washington. The-game, playe before 21,312 -- the large crowd ever to see an NBA pla: off game and the biggest horn crowd in Cleveland history was close all the way. Neit team led by more than seve points at any lime, The Bullets leu" 91-90 with seconds leit. After a Clevclan turnover, Washington's --Elv Hayes missed .t\vb,. free thro\ with seven seconds left and tl Cavaliers look time out. Cent Jim Chones was foiled u i five seconds left and Clevela had the b a l l : out of bouh again. A shot by Bobby Srnith,--w] had 15 points including" 10 i n . I third periqd, bounced, off t side of the rim before Cle moos sank the rebound. Broyles Wants More IntensitY For Red-White LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Unl- ersily, j f ; , Arkansus -Coach rank Broyles .is looking for iore : Intensity when his Razor acks wind up spring football raclice w i l h ; . l h e Red-White amc Saturday night. '. . . "We definitely want to ge ur younger players .to play CO linules and learn to pus| leinselves through 'the -tired n d , exjnustlng feelings,' iroyles said, , , : ,..-.' : , . ·, ;v: "We need lo find the Intensity ceded ;to be, college,- fooibal ayers," Broyles eaid. ",VV dion't have that irom some, o ur older players last week Sonie ul them were tired in in ieeond half. Earlier ihis'week',' Broyles c; ressed , disappointment · wit lie Itcd learn in last week's iO loss to the White team. Th Red uWm, or l i m . u m c , spdtlc he W h i t e - t e a m a-21-0 lead an railed 31-0 in Ihe first quarter :"I 'didn't think -Ihe Red layed up : to their capability ill in the entire ball game, Broyles said. . - r . WHITE AHEAD Once a'uin, .the 'While, leal will start with a 21-0'lead. : . Roil 'Calcagril, who will be' sophomore next rail, again wi quarterback the 'Red team, r will be joined'in Ihe backfie by Micheal Forrest und B' LOWlns. 1 ' · ·' The W h i l e ' b a c k f i e l d will I elude Barnabas, While-and, H land Sales; a t ; running 1 bac Sales, led all, runners .witlr, 1 yards -last week. White \ mbyed . Iro m w id e · : re ceive r running buck - after^ Robin Srhi injiii-ed his knee last. Saturday Martin :Lemohd, .who : i s ~ s i fering from an injured li wrist, is expected -to quartc back the White team, The ry hampered Leniond duri aclice tJiis week and, if he able lo play, the While tea uarlerbacK will be M i k oil, a walk-on from Lit ock. flanker Chris Warren moved from Ihe Wh am to Ihe Red Icam. Do arwcgcn, who was the leading Hoi-Hitting Hogs Hoping To Goo/ SWC-Leading UT D A L L A S ' -- I t ' s been 12 corsiI'roskc, Texas, .353; Ralph ice ( l i e - U n i v e r s i t y , or Texas Bradbury 1 , Arkansas, .352. " " - '--" ·"·" Hila - D a n n y ' Twardowskl. und itself anywhere Bother i n ' (irsl place -when Ihe uthwest Conference haseball nse came to avclose And at's a tradition the IjOiighorns en'l likely to : break this ason. ; · ; ; . Tlie defending national cham- on Longhorns took a, g I a n t e p - towards Ihclr. 51sl' SWC ascbalU- crown in 61 reasons si weekend by knocking oil :cond-place Houston twice in :,lhr/:e-game · set to · open . an .most, insurmountable lead in ie SWC title race. Mathematically'-:. · , speaking. olh the Cousars and Hie Texas ggies, and even Arkansas, are 111 w i t h i n . striking distance of exas as the season enters its v?xl-io-last week. · But i Houston n d . A M (angle this weekend n College Station . with : .-bplh earns seeking- a three-game weep while hoping-lo $£\ some elp f r o m , Arkansas and Texas 'ech, Texas 1 final .two ,.op onenls. Other contests this weeken( nd t h e Longhorns e n t e r t a i n i n g he Razorbacks. SMU playing ,t Baylor and Tech · invading lice. Single games . are scher luled for today-, with dpuble- leadcrs following on Saturday. 'CtMias an open date, having completed its SWC campaign.', The Aggies are down-, two TCU, 27; Garry Pyka. Texas 27; Jerry Willclord, Houston, 25; Shane Nolen, Baylor, Charles .Proske, Texas, liill Montgomery, Arkansas. 24; Ralph. Bradbury, Arkansas, 24; Rick Clopton, Baylor, 24. Doubles -- Steve Macko, Baylor, 9; Kirk Campbell, AM 5; Shane Nolcn, Bnylor, 5; Several, players tied with 4 each. . : · Triples -- Jerry Willeford Houston. 5; Ernie Hclwig, Tech 4; Bill Montgomery, Arkansas 'c\as, 21; J e r r y , WinWord, iouslon, 17; Johnny 1 Olvera 'c\ns, 17; Several players lied w i t h 15 caph. Stolen Base's -- Triad Altraan, 3. 'Home, Runs -- Mike Macha Rice, 5; Gene Burton, TCU. 5 Rick Clnplon. Baylor. 4 Several players lied with I each. · : · · · · · ! ': :. ·.·· .' : : i RBIs --' Gene Burton, TCU IS; Mike Macha. Rice, 16; Rick Cloplon, , Baylor. 16; Shan Nolen, Baylor, 16; Jerry Wille ford, .Houston; ;15; Garry Pyka Texas. 13: Mickey Retchenbach Texas, 13. Runs Scored -- Charle Proske, Texas, 21; Garry Pyka Houston, Jerry Wlllefofd, iouston, 10; Danny ' Twardow- skl, TCU. 9; Leonard Woods. Baylor, 8: Michael Walson, Arkansas, 8. Pitching -- R f c h a r d - W o r l h a m , Texas, 6-0; Andy Bcene, Baylor. 4-0; James Ingrara, Houston. r 3- grara, H bl!!. -Ark 0; Terry Asbl!!. -Arkansas,' 20; Kim H u n t e r , Tech. 2-0; Tony Brlzzolara, Texas. 2-0. · -, Earned Run Average (mill, n IP- per team series) -- Richard Wortham, Texas. 1.08; James Gibson. AM, 1.21; Kern Wrighl, Texas,, 1.85: Mark McClain, Arkansas',' 2.31; Charles Garza. Houston, 2.3G. Slrikcouls -- Alan Ramirez, Rice. TIl.Richard.Wortham,- Tcxas. 54; , Clint- Thomas, AM, 40; Andy Besne,' Baylor, 39; Warren Hemm, Arkansas, '37; Charles Garza, Houston. 34. '. Team .BallinS -- ' Arkansas, 306: Tech.1: .300; ARM, .294; Texas, .280; Baylor, .263; TCU, ,257; Houston, .253; Rice, .23B; SMU. .171. ' · . -' : ' · _ and Houston In the loss beriver Finds Extra Punch, Defeats Kentucky 127-11? cciver in last week's game ith ' five receptions for 73 ards, was moved'-'from the ed leum to the.White learn. FREEMAN SHIFTED In - anolher - move,-, offensive ickle' Stan . F r e e m a n " : was hiftcd from the'White team to ie Red team.'V.-Freeman, re- laces Nels Jen sen:, who; was'in- i red while spelunking-last Sun- Defensive back Muskie Ifar- is linebacker Larry Gard- cr'ahd receiver Cotton Tolnay, 11 , sidelined, for · the f i r s t ed While game because prairied - ankles; J ," returned to ractiCL Wednesday The Porker defense worked ut in ; sweatclpthes'.' during hursday's : 90-minute ' session, [ames to Texas three column.; But the Cougars have von tfye same number -as Texas as :a result, of having - played one more series. .AIM. on the other -hand, has had bad luck with the , weatherman as . one series, against sixth-place Tech. las fallen prey to rain a n d , w i " not 'be : made up. Thus , Aggies, who had the best season record in : the . conference through last Monday (27-7) are games off the pace. TEXAS ON TOP Texas is 15-3 in t h e league race. Houston 15-6. AM 105 and Arkansas 11-7. As the .season draws to a close, Tech's Gary Sims continues to lead SWC hitters with a .441 average. A good series against Rice has -moved Arkansas to the top, team-wise, with a .308 reading. In a losing effort against the tazorbacks. Rice pitcher Alan ilamir/2Z struck out 10 hatters, raising his conference total to 71. He has at least one start remaining in an attempt to break. the SWC record of 84 set by. Bobby Layne in 1946 Texas Gary Pyka joined Danny Twardowskl of TCU Ihehil parade leader each w i t h 27 and Pska also ti^d team mate Charles Proske as t h e leading run scorer w i t h 21 each to mark the only other changes among the leaders in the Indi vidual categories. Pyks has hit safely in all but one of Texas' DENVER' (AP) -- ' Forwards son's : gamc-higli Gxis Gerard' and gavis Denver the scoring punch i l - h a d been lack- · - · · · · · · · po'mls while the of tense ; I oiled in'pads, irojles missed 1 the workout to ttend a monling in Dallas. Said defensive line coach Jim ohnsoh, : "The only thing; we iid todaj w as u ork on one asic defense Since t h a t s all we're using for the Red-White james. .we corrected mistakes 'rom -last Saturday's · g a me oday. '!Tomorrow we'll break i n t o earns and-,review the kicking ^imc, in sw.eatclothes. We niay .ry to build up the enlhusiasm Ihe While team, because I've got a feeling the Red is gonna be jacked up a l r e a d y . ' SWC games Ihis season. Statistical traders . through la-st weekend (SWC gamps only) Batting (min. 2 AB_s per team pime ) _ G a r \ Sims Tech 441, Jerry Willeford Houston 379, Bill Montgomery Arkan sas 375 Garo Py^n Texas Ernie Helvsig Tech 370 ,375; Shane Robert Nolen, Ronner, Baylor AM1 A sevcrilh' 1 game,, if necessary, would''be .played hera did for Baseball v%a Williams didfor Boorboiu .362; .359 Randy .Lamprecht, Rice, Joe 'Ayers, Texas, .354; Charles Evan Williams 1 Since 1763, Kentucky's 1st Distiller Speedway To Open The t 1 ayctte\ilie Speedwa} will open ils season Ihis Sunday al 2 p.m' L a s t Sunday's scheduled opening utis postponed by rain Gales will again open al noon, with hot-lapping' 1 lo begin at 1 40 The program will feature late model, -sportsmen and mini slock events On Sunday May 16. a 'Destruction Derhy' will be added. SMU 7 s Mark Vines Advances In SWC Tennis Tournament WACO, Tex. ( A P ) -- Mark Vines of Southern Methodist, unheralded conqueror of defending Southwest Conference singles champion Ross Walker of Houston, goes against Baylor's Danny Dobbs today in a semifinals match of the 61st SWC Tennis championship.' Vines pullerj the first shocker of Ihe day Thursday when he ouslcd Walker 6-1, 6-J. Mis op ponent, Dobbs. pulled another stujiner when he Eoppcd [rjurth- secded Bricc Alexander of nice, 6-1, 60. Another : semifinal malch lo day will feature Charles Emley of Texas . AM against Texas' Gary Plock. Emley dcfcatec third-seeded Ha'idy Crawford o: Texas Christian 4 6 , 64. .' wl:ile ?lof'K . jcwied Buddy second Bo-vrjian of Ar jansas, 63, 61, Walker and teammate Dan New York Milwkee Boston Detroil Cei'ciand flaltimore advanced to Ihe douhlcs semi lllOi ni.'l Texas finals with an easy 6-1, 6-2 victory over Tom Grisak and Brian Sakey of Arkansas, Walker and Valcnlincic will play Crawford and Tut Rartzen or TCU. Houston and Texas picked up eight poinls in Thursday's com- pclilion. The Cougars now have a tola) of 71 while t h e I/ong- horns are right behind at G5. Southern Mclhodisl has 56, Semifinals in each of the six singles and three-doubles divisions will he played today wilh the finals scheduler! for Saturday, Arkansas coach Tom Puce! (CONTLNUKU ON PARE 13) Oakland igo City California Minnesota East W I, 7 2 5 3 5 5 4 4 3 4 4 6 West 6 4 Pel. .778 .625 .500 .500 .429 .408 .600 .545 .500 .4-14 .417 .300 Spring Sale Ends May 1, 1976 HOUSE OF HONDA Thursday's Hcsulf Kansas Cily 2. Milwaukee 1 Only game scheduled Friday's Games Texas (Singer 1-0) at Detroil (Bare I-) Oakland (Blue 1-1) at Cleveland (Peterson 0-1), (n) Kansas Cily (Spittorfl 0-2) at Neiv York (Hunter 1-2). (n) C a l i f o r n i a (Ross 0-1) al Milwaukee (Slalon 2-1), (n) Doslon (Tianl 2-0) at Chicago (Gossage I - I ) , (n) Only games scheduled W« will rakt Dapotits on all Motorcycle* not In stock. Sale Pric«t Guaranteed! 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Want Ads don't fool around when It contes to bargains, either. It's the big market place for good deals In a wide selection of merchandise and business services. To say nothing of such Important purchases as houses and automobiles. You Are Nobody's Fool "if You Use The Want Ads. 442-6242 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT

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