Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 25, 1976 · Page 18
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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sunday. April 25. 1976 rAYHirp.riu.e, AHKANS*S · 3C iD IIIIIJMIIP B mi Sunday's Starters \l lilting Ift milllllllN By Tlic As.sdt'laied Press American League Texus- (Briles 1-1 or Perry 21) al Detroit (Colcman 1-0) Kansas City (Leonard 0-0 at Niw York (Ellis 1-0) Oakland (ToiToz 1-3) Cleveland (Bibby 1-n) Boston (Jenkins 1-2) at Chi cago (Forslcr 0-0) Baltimore (Palmer 34) a Minnesota (Decker 1-2) California (Tanana 1-1) a Milwaukee (Broberg 1-0) Natiimal League A t l a n t a (P. Nickro 2-0) ,' Philadelphia (Cbristcnsoh 1-0) ·Cincinnati (Norman 30 i Gullell 0-0) at Montreal (Itcnk 0-0) Now York (Mallack 2-0) a Houston (J. Nickro 1-2) Chicago [Stone 0-0 or Ron ham 1-1) nt Los Angeles (Rh dch 10) St.-Louis (Forscll 0-0) al Sa Diego (Spillncr 0-2) Pittsburgh (Candelaria 0- Fit San.Francisco' (Caldwetl 0- Steelers Meet Nets NE\V Y O R K - (AP) -- Pit! burgh, Hie 1975 World Tea Tennis champions, will meet tl Cleveland Nets Tuesday \ifte noon '. in . a benefit exhibits tournament aL Madison Garden's Felt Forum. In tlie second match, the N T e York Sets will mccl the India Loves, with the winners mei CHIPPING 1 INTO LEAD .Larry Ziegler chips up to the green during the third round a\ Hie New Orleans Open where shot o 5-iJiirier-por 67 (o take o ttoo stroke lead in the $175,000 tournament Saturday Ziegler Takes Lead New Orleans Open ! i^NEW". ORLEANS: (AD -' G u m faced Ivick Nicklau and "shaken B-uncj Thomp on fell ivictim lo \ a r j i n B form of di ialtcr and liappy-Bo-lucky Larry r / l f g l r r «lth a cidinblmg live 'nndei par 67 \\ept into the -third round lead. Saturday in ;{he $17oOO(l New Orlcun Open ^Golf Tournament i 'The hiKl hilling Zicglcr who ·received Ihc greatc L expo ure , of his l O s e a r journeinian ca *rcei with a third place fml h in ' 75:-1 wasn't thinking'about 1 the lead. I was just 1 trying to keep from sbonling a bad score." But his work with the wedge prevented the troubles thai beset most of the others. Barber, among-the leaders, hit one out of bounds and made double bo- I'L\ The Hill brothers, Dave and Mike, both were in con lentirm at one time or another ul Dave finished with throe joges and doub'c \\hile Mike 'the recent Masteis estabh heel -a l\\o tfoke lead with h: 54- "Kble total of 204 ~_IThat's 12 under r«r on the 7. - 0 ? f ) i a i d Lakc.v\ootl Countrj -Club cour e a limn and timid -'fabby Tor the first two'days o! Itfie tournimcnt but uddcnly 'tSughcncil by 25 mile an hour ""Minds, it t u r n e d into a raging rit»cr that-claimed its victims "rtith near logul inly i-.Ni-klau the game's out -landing perfoimer, and the 6 -foots Thomp on the econd ·round leidu \icrc the m o t ^·prominent ca ualtic · Salndmg on the 1Kb Ice, -tiicklans « i tied roi the lea. :.*hen he walked oft the 12th arecn bo iva tied for cirhlli f i \ e liol off the pice A · couple «' birlic ^ Z l t ' t c r aml a double Ixjgcj bog« slrcfch "·by Nn-Hiu wandering light ·lipped and angered thiough " (rcc ind traps placed Ills la t ine hole tiie including two double bo TOOK BEATING Thompson, of course, took the worse beating. He was only two itrokes out of Abe leatl when he went lo the ilrokes. later, Mill tee. Nine vhcn he walkec ; Tuesday,night for the till The league's regular s«is Jla 1 Reds Lose Baseball Battle To The Taiwanese M ilitary. CINCINNATI (AP) -- B o b j l i n a l s . winning owsam, \\~lio flew, a third by shutouts. ".We were way around the world la j impressed with t h e i r knowledge Chinese bnseball pros-'" cot, has lost a battle to the aiv/an military--hul lie still of the . game and fundamentals." said Hencter. . ; · ,, nk .W,, wii, the w a r . ' _ ^IS^^f^ l l i c Cincinnati, Keds pre^i- iree -y C ;ir, delay" would -serious- f o u r ' o f i t s . f u t u r e talent flow [rcrm Taiwan! Twelve ypars ago,- the San Francisco Giants signed a .piLcher named Masa iiorl Murakami. He playci contact working ( b r ieny with the Giants, com cnt caused a stir a year ,. i he announced he had igncd two Taiwan standouts 'Lio had helped Uv.'ir Far East qnntry win tour consecutive .illle League World Series tiles. "The potential is there.' We avcn't given up," said Sheldon Render, director of player personnel for the world champion Bender said Howsam has reopened efforts "through proper channels" lo free pitcher End- Icy Kao and catcher Lai-Hun !.cc from a mandatory three 'ear 'military service com nillinent. Hnw.sam and chief scout Joe Rowei i, who 26 yea rs p go signed Los Angeles Dodjyir (·real Maury Wills, signed tin two lasL March and planned V have them work out with Ihi Ilcds during spring training.- The two applied for f-xll pei mits last year, hut were dcnia them due lo (he mandatory mil itary hitch. Kao and Lee were batlerji mates in 1974 when Taiwa i Li Royal Glint Wins Trenton Race By Neck C H E R R Y HILT,, N. J. CAP)" -- hoyal Glint ended Master Derby's five-race victory streak' h y - w i n n i n g the $111.050 Trenton hurt the chances of Kao and .0,1 to advance in the Rwls mi- or league f a r m sytem". W h e n - Kao and l.ce were inablq lo attend the 1375 spring ruining, Uic Reds set their dy- iul for (his spring. If thai . tirough, the Lwo were lo spend his summer with the Hods' ·Dokic club in Billings, Mont, "Now we are hoping for next 'car." said Bender. "If not, nayhe never." ' ; Th» 20-year-oid K;io, a lett-' hander, is considered the-best iroEpect of the Iwo. Hc ; was Taiwan's pitching star in a 1974 worltl tournament held in Ft. .aiiderdale, Fin., for post-Little League players. Taiwan won all [our of its Barnes by shutouts, with Kao appearing in all four games. He went the full seven innings for victories in -two, was the winning pitcher in the third and pitched the final two innings in relief in Uic title game. - Lpe is 19 and -described very quick behind Ihe plate. Bensisr said Howsam' hat hbucs t h a t the unprcccdenlec riling a 1.80 earned · j u n avor i f i e ' m ' e i g h t appearances,' then.J Handicap hy a "neck Saturday returned to Japan. Frogs Split Doubleheader FOKT WORTH, Tex. (AP) Junior righthander Mando leyes fashioned a five-hitler vhilc striking four batters to give Pan Amerifjii University a 4-3 victory over Texas Chrisian, but the Horned Frogs came back in Ihc nightcap.,to ., 7-2 and. split the baseball douhlehcader. - . Leaguc^signitigs would oj)eh inroads for at' Garden Stale Park, Royal Glint, a 6-year-old gelding owned by Dan Lasater, a n d " Master Derby;' last year's Prc Elk ness winner owned by Golden Chance .Farm, each carried co-high 'weight, of 127 pounds over the 1 1 A, ·Northerly, owned · by Sigmund fsommer. was third. I Except for a few moments ' e a r l y in the race when Proud y | K c n n set Ihe pac«, it was strictly a two-horse duel a n d - a n effort hy Royal Glint,,to avengo his loss lo.Master .Derby, in the Oaklavvn Handicap. . From rn'Mway through the fi- It was Reyes 10th victory nfl| l u m tl)C lwo riice xl m»ck against two losses: Pun Amcri- ^ ncc h_ueUhcr"conccdine an can ' tied and t h e n , won thc]|^ c ^ Royal Glint, riclnen by game in the sixth Inning 'ivhenl j oc g c Tejeira. wcnl the dis- Bohby Rutledgc homered and t a iicc in 2:05 4-f and paid $5.80, M a r k Savarino singled home Uie winning r u n . Il was Savarino's l l t h game-wining hit of the acasoti. , .; . · $2.60 and $2.40. Master Derby, Don Bcurnfielcl up. re- hile North- turned S3 and $2.80 w crly was $4.20 to show. ______ I iivcnton Reduction SALE We're overstockcd...25£tires must go -whiteralls,blackballs, changcoers, one of a kind, odds and ends and discontinued tread designs. acconnleu for All of lliomp on s WOL came Aon one hole, the pal torn 14th "He \\'.is second alone when he " went to Ihc lee. He wasn't in : lhc lop 10 when he finally Fin- "islied the hole. He hit two in the " w a t e r , was short with is next - one over the green vvitb his "ne.xl, reached the putting «ur- t-(acc in -seven anil two-putted ^'for a horrendous nine. r ' Nicklaus had lo birdie his ·' last Iwo holes for a 7-1 lhat left ·-him live sliqts back vl 209. - Thompson finished with a 76-. 210.' 'ii Lott and Vic Hcgalado, a ""·former Mexican Masters cham- ·: pion, shared second place at ^20(3, Each shot a 69,, ; ' H u b e r t ' Green, u ; t h r e e - l i m e ' Avinncr 1 this season, .John Ma- · haffey ami Mac McLcndon, who " won the national learn title with ' ' G r e e n a couple of years ago, -were at 20V. McLcndon and Ma- ''f.'.Lffey, the runner-up in Talla- hassce last week, shot 68s and : Green had a 69. " AL 208,-drily'four shots back ; and \vilhin nmgcjn the closely' ' bunched field were defend in ji · ciiampion Billy Casper, Lcc, Bidder. Jim Colbert, Miller Barber ' and Tom Evans. Barber luiri --'Kvans. shot .Tifls,; Casper a 70, · 'Elder and Colbert 71s. Zicglcr, whose close friend -Joe Garfigiola UMS handling the '-telecast of a 14-ining baseball thai cut the viewing lime ^'of this lournamtMil to 15 min- «·· ··-- Allies, chipped in twice lo turn a gjj*,. 1 * ·;pplciitiaHy poor round into a niii -\h ,- - ' " T l i e - f i r s t ciphL holes I just j* 011 ^?, 'r'plwycri awful," Zicglcr sairt. "It j{5« i looked like I was gonna shoot George off the 14th green, iie was shots back, It fcincl of [nils you shock," he said, iNicklan appeared on the \Lrge of another collap e Uu equal of tli'it hoircmlons 4-j strokes required to . finish the last nine holes al · the Ding Crosby early this 'season. He double bogcyed ll'.h with a cli-ive that was '· baJLy pushed and a second shot Lliat hit. a tiee He bogccd the ne\t fiom a. bunker. And he double '·' geycd Use 16th, pulling him five over r-'-ir for six holes. He wa: looking at a '11 for the back line but birdicd llic;last two (o a've some dignity Zicgler, who chipped in twice n Thursday's first round, did il again to i\c par on the Hr I hole' and dropped one from deep rough for birdie on the 'Four chip-ins f o r ' f h e week is a swing of maybe eight strokes," he said. He reached one par five in two and [wo-puttcd for bird missed pitching in"by six inches on another hole arid dropped two birdie pulls of about 12 and 25 feet---none of which ap' pearcd on Ihc national tele vision coverage. -round scatcs Saturday (n the £179.000 New Orle^ra Oren Orfl Tour on Ihc 7.0BO yard, par-72 Lake j'lunlry Club COUTM: Xicplcf fi96S67--20 M 03 S3 63-1 Wild Pitch Gives Giants 3-1 Victory SAN : FRANCISCO Jim Rbokcr's wild pitch in the third inning. with the bisn loaded allowed one run to score and set up another that gave the San Francisco Giants a 3-1 ucton over the Pill burgh Pi rates Saturday The Giant handing Ihr? PL | rates their f o u r t h -straight lo^ , 501 to Rooker, 1-1, for a first- inning run on Von Jo hua leadoff triple and i acnfice fl j ly Darrcl Thomas. . r ·In Ihc third, Thomas led o f f i with an infield single and went] to third on. Bobby Murcer's, single lo right. Gary Matthews, walked to load the, base? Thomas scored on Ihe .wild pitch a n d ' C h r i s Spcicr's sacrifice fly drove in Mureer, who l.ari moved lo third on (he. wild Winner Ed Hahcki 2 2 lercd eight hils before being lifted i n ; t h e eighth inning after Rich Hebner led off with ^a «m«]e G a r - t a \ e l l e look o\^er nd the Pirates averted a shut- lit on Willie .Stargell's single ud Dave Parker's grounder. The Goodyear Promise: :iitye do pfofessioral^biR. Z.^flirtiii/tlte fcjric you autharize. 3.We retain worn oul parts."; "··'·· ,.;'"'','r?' i- N6't i footigis-"NoHassle - H» Fooling John Alahaftey :rt Orecn McLentlon Billy Casrec - ,lim Cclhcrt I^c Elflcr Stiller Bariicr · Diivc- Hilt Ocnc l.itllcr CHhliy Rllbcrl - Mikr Hill Mike ]{.^Mr Etoli Murphy 1 68-7063-20 7X66 6a 67-71-70-^03 7] 66-71-- ." 69-66-11 68 67-7 1 -20" 6363-76-21 E3-70-71-- 21 . 6QCD-72^21 72-7063-21 70- 73 6=1-21 72-72 6770 69-72-2] 71 .65-71 --21 70.7l)-7l-ai 72.66-7[--2l fo.72-7.i-21 59.7 i-n--v\ 63-72-72-21 65-71-72-- 21 63-7272-21 OT-71-T2-- 31 73 68-71-2 75 ffi 6»-3 72'7(3-70-2 71-72.69--2 Pro Hockey By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS XlfL Playoffs Qnarlcr-fhials Resl-of-7= Scries Salnniay's Games No "games scheduled Sunday's Games Los Angeles at Boston, seric tied 3-3; ' ' ' · · " ' Toronto ' at - . P h i l a d e l p h i a series lietl 3-3. WIIA Playoffs "Bcsl-fif-7 Scries FrWay's Giuues , ; Unikd SlR(es Semifinals New Kn^land 2, Indianapoli 1, New.England leads series 1. Houston 3, San Diego I, Hous ton leads series 2-0, Canadian Division f i n a l s Winnipeg 5, Calgary I, Winn peg loads scries 1-0. 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