Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 23, 1976 · Page 14
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Non-Winner Mike Reasor Leading New Orleans Open By Two Shots NEW ORLEANS (AP) '- .rMike Reasor looked up with i ^rpuzsled expression on his face. -·"· "I don't, know what's going ./on," he said, then offered ..-smile. "It's just starling ' t o jell." .·* Ile panscd a moment, ob- .*viously searching for words lo 'explain the sudden turn-around · - I n his golfing fortunes. ".' "You just can't realize what . a smalt difference there is in V shooting; 65 and 75. Just a '·couple of good shots as opposec l! _lo a couple of bad shots; a few :;iPUlls going in. Thai's the differ *;.'ence in being three or four over : and seven under." , , .,,. This : time Reasor, a bright, . fK pcrsonable man undismayed by jhis eight long years of struggle ^on t h e , p r o golf tour, turned in a ^sevcn-under score, a brilliant 6 "that slaked him to a two-stroke .lead Thursday in the firs · /round of the.. $175,000 New Or 1 leans Open. "I've played pretty well last few weeks," said Iteaso'r '34, most of whose previou fame came from his role as Ar no!d Pamer's caddy in the 19ft U.S. Open. Keasor has yet lo w i n ' i n - a our career thai began in 19fi9. le's never" earned an . ex- mptioh. Ho was 121st on the Honey-winning list last year. In iis'first 12 tries this season : he iurvivcd the cut only once. But in his last two starts, events in which the major stars s'cre not ploying, ho finished seventh and 15m.. And then, on i bright, warm,'almost wind- ess spring day with some of he game's greatest stars in the leld, he unleashed a ncar-iier- !ect effort thai put him well clear of such standouts as Jack Nieklnus, Billy Casper, Hubert Green and Tom Watson. Casper, the defending champion, had second place alone until he bogeyed the final hole and dropped to two shots oTi the pace and a tie at 67 with last week's Tournament of C h a m p i o n s ; British Open champ Tom Watson and John Mahaffcy, runncrup last week in Tallahassee, also were at 68. Others at that* figure included David Graham, Lee Elder, Lyn Loll, Dick Lolz, Vic Rcgalado, Frank Conner and Bobby Wadkins. Don January, the -JG-year-old veteran who , won the Tournament of Champions,'was at 70. Hen Crensfiaw, ;i two-time winner this year, had the flu and withdrew before the start of the round. First-round snores IL75.000 New Or taw Wally Armstrong Monty ASUYPresfon Shooting for Olympic Team JONESBORO -- Ed P region's goal is a simple one -- make the 197G U.S. Olympic team. And at the rate he's been going lately, who's going to doubt his chances? The Arkansas Stale University sophomore is currently listed by Track and Field News as the : nation's No. I sprinter He has the best legitimate times in both the 100 and 200 meter dashes -- 10.07 and 20.22 "H looks like he's about tlie hottest thing in (be nation righ now,' 1 a spokesman for th publication said after -Preston won both sprints ut the Kansa League Leaders Kaser, like Reasor career non- winners. Nieklyus, the heavy pre-tourney favorite, shot a 08 that he called "sort of mediocre" and was lied with 10 others three strokes back. Green, a three time winner this y e a r ' a n d the runner up in Monty Knwr David Graham Dich Lo1z Lanny Wad kins Etuhcrt Green . John Mdhattcy Ljn Ldtt Jack Nicklnut 31-33-67 33-11-67 33-3^-67 5533-63 Sittler Ties Playoff Mark As Maple Leafs Tie Flyers By BOB GREENE , AP Sports \Vrttcr ' .J When Darryl Stiller breaks r-out o[ a slump; he does it in ·- style. «·" The 25-year-old caplain of Ihe Toronto Maple Leafs hadn't "scored in efghl previous playoff - g a m e s this season. The Philadelphia..Flyers wish .he : had a made it nine. * As it was, Sittler rammed in ,- a record-lying f i v e goals in i leading the Maple Leafs to un P8-5 quarter-final .victory;-,over £the Flyers iri'anothcr rough Na- Mional Hockey,: League 'battle : that saw -a record 185 minutes -of penalties assessed. l_ "I' feel -lucky;" Sittler, s-aid t after adding,an assist to finish gwith six points, tying anottief »playoff mark^ "1 don't know H how I did it, but I'can assure Fyou I went out to win the hock- «ey game, , hot lo set any * records. 11 * The Toronto victory knots the "besl-of-seven series 'at 3-3'.ant \sends the,two teams hack .to ""·Philadelphia for Ihe decisive conlesl! In- other - NHL , games Tlmrs SMU (CONTINUED FROM PACE 12) commented" that .he .was dis appointed · wilh Bowman's per formance'.-in . the number on singles match. "Buddy;jusl didn't have very good day,!' he said, know it's a big let-down -fo him, but' he has had a goo year overall at Arkansas." On the other hand, Puoci wa " 'extremely happy' with the pe " fbrmances hy Brian Sakey Russell ' Rumery and Pete Hawking. "It was great fo see all them score -jpsets," Pucci sai "and it was great lo see Hawk Ing play up to his ability whic we've known all along he cou' do." Brian . Sakey upset numbe two*seeded Tut Bartzen.of TC 6-2, 6-4 in Arkansas' numbe two singles match and Pete Hawking surprised number on seed Tim Guerry -1, 6-2. ' In Arkansas 1 other matche Stuart Keller oC Texas defeat- Tom Grisak 7-5. G-4, Ted Dalle was defeated by Kevin Cum G-4,- 7-6 and Russell Hume upset AM's John Kirwin G 64. The Porker team of Bowma and Bailey defeated Aggi Silberman and Kirwin 64, 6 but the Hawking-Rumery lea lost 5-7, 6-3, 6-4 to John Whi foird and Bruce Josselson i Rice. Barney Thompson Maity Ftcckman George Bums Gary Wind Mike McCullousb Bobhj 1 Cnle Larry Icgtcr Ken Veiiluri To tn Shaw Hill lingers Hulch Balrd Mike Slipta Murphy , , the New York Islanders ged Buffalo 3-2 to win iheir none Muter arter r final scries ,4-2 and Los Ftoreniino Molina geles scored . a tcnslon- ckcd 4-3'triumph over Boston sucldcn-'dealh overtime. littler scored once in the ening period, three goals " e second and added Iiis fifth" the third; period. That tied e record set- by Maurice docket" Ricftjrd against: the ·afs on March 3, 1944. And 'Sutler's assist on to- nto's final-goal gave him six lints', tying him with the recd set by,; Dickie Moore of the ontreal. Canadian's against the iston\- Bruins on March 25, 54, and tied .by.Phil Esposito, en with Boston, against the Oafs on April 2, 1069. The;.· third-period^ fight ended i t h ' a double game misconduct to.. Philadelphia's pave chultz and a minor", major, 10- iniite misconduct and a gatne .isconduct to" Toronto's-Dave 'illiams. Islanders, 3,, Sabres 2 Ctark Gillies scored at S:58 of ne third period to give New ork its victory over the Sa r res 1 ; as the/Islanders captured icir : quarter-final series four amestlo two. The victory was Islanders' fourth 'straight. udD.Eo'uln and Eddie ~" cored the other Islanders oals while Gil" "Perreault Qnd erry Korab tallied for Buffalo. Kings 4, Bruins 3 Center' Butch .Goring netted a 0-foot elap'shot at 18:27 of sud- h death.overtime to give Los \ngeles its victory over Boston or a 34 tie and sudden life in tielr quarter-final series. -' ; The' teams move iq: Boston or the final gtime Sunday light. Goring skated, in on Boston goalie Gerry Chcevers and un- oadcd the shot- which went hrough the nctmindcr's legs. 3oring was mobbed by teammates, who carried him off the ce as the crowd stood in ova- .ion. Mike Corrigan had tied it for .he Kings with two third-period S3-56-6' 31-35--S3 36 33-63 3237-69 Aggie's Walker Will Transfer : Relays last weekend. Those two victories, bolh in meet · record limes, were his cighlh' a n d . n i n t h wins of the season. He has yet to lose a cj ni '76 race outdoors. "The competition hasn't been too strong in any of these meets yet," said Preston, -"but I look for it to.start getting really stiff as we 'get closer' to the Trials (the Olympic Trials in mid- Reuss, Pgn, lune). Preston, who believes the 200 s his best-race, almost didn't run in that event at Kansas. "It was,raining so hard, and I had just won the 100, so 1 wasn't too' high 'on running. Things just didn't feel right'," tie explained. "1 was thinking tibout pulling out when I heard them say that I would be in lane eight. DESERVED BETTER 'That didn't set too good with me, because I thought I deserved belter. But they told me t h a t , everyone else in - the race had a. time bctler than my. best this year (20.9). So, I decided then I'd prove to them all that I could win, even J n . t h e rain end in the worst lane." By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (20 at bals)-John- lone. Phi, .500; Rose. Cin, 500; AXIliver. Pgti. .481; Mil- ncr. NY, .472; McBride, SIL, «. ' RUNS-Griffcy, Cin, 12; Rose, Cin, 12; Monday, Chi, 11; J.Morates, Chi, 11: Schmidt, Phi, 11.. RUNS BATTED IN ^ King- nan, NY, 15; Griffey, Cin. 15; Schmidt. Phi. 14; Monday, Chi, 12; Cedeno, Htn, 12. HITS-- Cabcll, H t n , 22; Rose. Cin, 21; Monday, Chi, 19; Mil- Ian, NY, IB; 5 Tied With 17. HOME RUNS-- Schmidt, Phi, 8; Kingman. NY, 7; Monday, Chi, 4; J.Morales, Chi, 4; Cedeno, Htn, 4. . STOLEN BASES-Morgan, Cin, 8; Cedoito, Hln, 7; Griffey. " 'Dog Matters Win Tourney SPRINGFIELD- The Fay- cllevhle High School tennis learn finished first out of 26 teams - . at the High School Tennis Relays held .it Southwest Missouri Stale University on Thursday. Springfield Glciulalc finished second and Springfield Parkview came in third. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, April 23/1976 · 13 John number Brooks. FayeUpvHle's one player, finished second in singles play behind Scott Paine of Parkview who has won In, 1 ? tournament for the past two years. Alan Beauchamp, Fayeltevjlle coach, called tho Drooks-Paine match the best Brook's has played all season. Brooks- won Ihc first set B-4, lost thG second G-3, was behind 5-1 in the third but came back to li£ Paine 5-5. Ilrooks double-faulted Uic first point of the llth game and lost. Down 6-5, 40-15 Brooks got back Professional Basketball to deuce forehand and then missed cross-court passing By The Associated Pre^s NBA Playoffs Quarter-finals Bcsl-of-T Serks Thursday's Results Cleveland ,92, Washington 91. Cleveland leads scries 3-2. ·Detroit 123, GoHlcn State 111, series lied 1-1 Friday's Game Buffalo at Boston Saturday's Game' Golden State at Detroit ABA Playoifs Semilinals Besl-of-7 Scries Thursday's Resiill Denver 127. .Kcnlucky Denver leads scries 3-2. 30, 3-0, 3-0, 2-0. 2-0, 1.000, 1.000, 1.000, 1.000, 1.000, i.obo, 1.000, 1.00 1.63 2.52 2.57 4.24 4.22 3.72 COLLEGE - STATION. ' Ten. (AP) - David Walker, who led Texas AM to an 8-3 foolbal season a s a , f reshnian quarter jack two years ago. has tie cided to transfer out of .the school and enroll al Louisiana Tech.- ... J.Mangual,- Mon, 4; J.White, Mon. 4; Cabell, Htn. 4. PITCHING (2 Decisions)- R.ithvcn, All, " ' "" Norman, Cin, H.Jones, SD, Mallack NY. P.Niekro, All. 2-0, Barlow, Hln. 2-0, Rau LA, 2-0, 1.000, 2.00. STRIKEOUTS -- Seaver, NY, 2 1 ; P . N i e k r o , All, 1 8 : J.Richard, Illn, 17; R.Rcuschel, Chi, 16: Rogers, Mon. 16. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (20 at hals)--Pi niclla. NY, .520; Lynn, Bsn .400;· B.Bell, Clc, .400; Horlon Del, .387; Younl,-Mil, .385. RUNS -- North. Oak, 10 D.Evans. Bsn, 9; Fisk, Bsn, '9 Munson, NY, 9; R.White,' NY Carew, Min, 9. RUNS BATTED IN-- Rlldi . He did. too. by six eight yards. The -second-place time was 20.83 by Ray Pryor of Colo- Aggie · Coach ; Emory ; Bellard said Thursday Walker had "ex- wened'.to me his lack'of cori- 'idence in his ability to execute Ihe Wishhone-T offense. He is a fine young man and ,wi!l be an asset to some program." Walker earned a''starting'po- sition as. a freshman. Injuries d u r i n g preseason practice caused him .to be 'redshirted last-season. The _Aggics started football spring training experimenting with a: new offensive · formation formation. rado. "It looks like all of Ed's hard work last summer and falMs beginning to pay. off," s a i d ASU truck coach Guy .Kochel. "He's a lot stronger a n d . his stride has increased over,last yean Also, he has a lot more confidence and anyone will tell you that makes a difference" What is Preston's potential? Track and Field News reports that his electronic-timed 10.07 equates to a 0.83 ; timing with a nand-held stop watch (the world record is 9-9), Observers Oak, 12; Ciiambliss, NY, II Melton,· Cal,:" 11;- Morton.: Del 10; J.Spencer. Chi. 10. HITS^Chalk. Cal, 15; Bochle Cal, 1'4; North, Oak, .14; Fisk Bsn, 13; Chambliss, NY, 13 Munson, "NY. 13; Piniella, NY, 13; Rivers. NY, 13. HOME RUNS-Horlon, Del. 3; 10.Tied With 2. S T O L E N BASES--Carew, Min, 6; North, Oak, 6;'Rivers, NY, 5; C. Washington. Oak. 5; Remy. Cal, 4; -Wohlford, KC. 4. shot for Paine's ad. Paine Ihen closed it out for a 7-5 victory. Thomas Ray finished fourth n the tournament losing in the emifinals to Pair.e 6-4. 6-1. He ost the playoff for third 10-7 o Brian Benson of Gicndale, Brooks "defeated Benson in the emifinals. "Tom Coker and Steve Coksr 1 a y e d well in doubles, Scauchamp said, "But :hey ran ip against an excellent, team rom Ihe Greenwood School of Springfield in the finals and lost 6-3. 6-3." The Bulldog nclters travel lo Russellville ne\l Fridai for Ihe C o n f e r e n c e meet. Today Fayetleville will play Rogers. NWA Baseball Meeting Set TONTLTCNVN-An urgmiiz Uonal meeting for thp Nor t h w e s t -Arkansas Semi-Pro baseball league has been scheduled lor Thursday, . 29, in TontHoun. Anyone terested in participating should Safurriay's Game San Antonio at New scries tied 3-3. York Travs Rally, Beat Drillers To Take First LITTLE ROCK (AP) . -- ihortslop Mike Ramsey's two- tin single in the llth inning vipfled a three-run rally Thinrs- !ay'"night.- as the Arkansas Travelers downed the LaFayette Drillers 4-3 and moved into itrst pface in the Texas Base- ill League East Division. · D r i l l e r Rich Sanderlin's bases-loaded single in the top of the l l t h gave. LaCayctlc a two- tun lend. But with two outs the Travelers loaded . the bases and Ramsey baited in Dave Bialis with the tieing run and Paul Husband with the winning tally Mike Murphy, 2*1, picked up the win in relief. Gene Lanthorn, 0-1, was 1 the loser. The Travelers arc now 5-4, while the Drillers are 4-5. HUGH D. SHADDOX Special Agent Mfe Insurance - Disability Insurance Tax Sheltered Plans - Business I n s u r a n c e KANSAS CITY UI-T3 INSUIlANOiCOMPANY"" " (2 : Decisions)-2-0, . 1.000, 1.69 conlflcl Mike Mhoon at 361-2690 Umpires will also be needec for the league games. Anyon interested in filling the* positions shoud , contact Mr Mhoon. a t ' t h e Kansas Relays say his 28 20.22 (the world record is 23.8) would hove been faster had he not coasted the last four or five strides. "We don't know for sure jusl how fast he", Kochel PITCHING Tianl, Bsn, D.Hoheiis, Del, 2-0, 1.000. 1.50 Fitzmorris, KC. 2-0, 1.000, 3.31 Palmer Bal, 3-1, .750, 2.« Slaton. Mil, 2-1, .667, 1.50 Ryan, Cal 2-1, .667, 1.08 Wood, Clli 2, .667, i.38:G.Perry, Tex 2-1, 667 3.08. STRIKEOUTS^Ryan, Cal, Neal Landing BALTIMORE -- Eriie Neal, a bowling teacher from Miami, led the field of 240 afk 16 qualifying games for I n 5B6.000 Women's World In ifational bowling lournamen Cieslo Dies ST. CATHARINE, Ont. -- NATIONAL MANUFACTURER 8 LOCAL BUIIOER NEEDS IMMEDIATELY THREE RESIDENTIAL LOCATIONS FOR DEMONSTRATION SWIMMING POOLS HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO OWN AMERICA'S FINEST SWIMMING POOL AT A GREAT SAVING! ... as advertised in House BeaulHul magazine . . . CALL 754-4293 DAVID ROBERTS INC. mingltm guson. Whitfiold miniites - The ijoals seven ..,. .. . ings' wing : scored his first ?oal of the scries with 9:10 left in the final period when he dc- 'lected Marcel nto the net. Dione's shot Then 'with 2:12 loft, Corrigan -- sprawled flat on the ico after being tripped -- sent his second go'al of the series into the'net oft the slick of Chcevers. Gottfried Wins DENVER -- - B r i a n Gottfried scored a 6-2, 6-2 -victory over Billy Martin to move into the semifinals of the '$64,000 Dcnvc'r World ' Championship Tournament. Tennis Rick Ferri Mullins ·The In Th Working team. Workin_ the only hi i "floating" back, but back lo the Wishbone Hero Wins arminqfon vjGTON In a Ihe Farmington Soft- ue Thursday Working ro tleteflled Eho 'Far- Jaycces 1*0. -The itcher was Steve Car- he loser was Jim Fer- second game of the VM Trucking -edged Motors 19-18. Mark as the winning pitcher Parker was. the loser. is of WM and Dennis 5f Whitfield slammed ·"armington Jaycccs :k in, the third "game WM 34-20, Ferguson w i n n i n g pitcher this it Audrain pitched for or Farmington Tony it one homer, Butch hit two and Wendell it two. nrsriay's final game Class Hero derated Motors' 20-12. Carney for the winning team :k Lewis for the losing like Hawkins of lh Class H e r o defeated 10 ted. ''But we re going .to b indihg, 'out -prelty- soon 'when ' 10 starts running in some races vith more of the other Olympic ?rials qualifiers." McGlothen Fined ST. LOUIS -- St; Louis Cardinals pitcher Lynn i · McGlolhen, ejected 'earlier this week lor his part- in a -heanball battle ^ainsl the New York : Mets, has : been '"suspended for five days, and' fined ?300 by. the National Leajjue. Vitas Breezes STOCKHOLM -- Gulllermo Vilas!of Argentina breezed pas Karl Meiler'.of. 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