Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 25, 1976 · Page 21
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K · Nerthw«l Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, April 25, 1976 Pennsylvania Holds Annual Track And Field Carnival PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Paul Cutnrriint's. . a former , NCAA mile champion. 1'Jnged jit the tape after losing a 20- yard lead on the b'ackslretch of thf final lap and won Saturday's 1.500-meter feature of the 82nd 'annual Penn Relays Juy an eyelash over defending chanr plon 1 Wilson Waigwa, '· · Cummings, ot the Beverly Hills Striders, look the lead on tbe third lap and built what'ap peared a n . insurmountable ad ; vantage. Nut \Vaig\va. of Texas-El Paso, not only cut ' inib'the margin but appeared to ' edge ·· in front about, 20 yards from the finish. L Cummmgs,' however, came back and the two raced stride - for stride to the lape, where _ Cummings' lunge gave him the " victory. Both runners were clocked in 3 minutes, 38.9 seconds, equivalent to a 3:57.9 mile on Ibe new nine-lane arti ficial track at Franklin Field. After Ibe race. Cummings was reported to be suffering from he,at exhaustion and was under tbe care of a physician Jt was a balmy 71 degrees when he ran the event. C u m m i n g s shared t h spotlight in the annual track and Held carnival with Villa nova's distance runners, · after winning the distance med ley Friday, took the 6,000 anc S,2QO-meter relays Saturday fo meet triple In tbe major team competition. . : Irish Olympian Eammon Cog hlan's anchor kick triggere/ Villanova to an easy triumph 11 tfie 6,000. Just as be did Friday when be ran away from th field on the gun lap of the dis ---~ lance medley. Coghlan turned '- close race into a runaway p :·, the final lap of hts 1,500-mete .": anchor leg. He was clocked i v 3:42.5, equivilent to a 4:01., ',; mile. ·"' It was the fourth straigh ; year and IDih in the last 12 tha ; £ Villanova won tbe event, usua '? ly run at four miles but turne £ ftito meters Ibis weekend be X cause of the approaching Sum ; * mer Olympics in Montreal. X Villanova's quartet of Garj ,j Trojanowski, George Mackas '.-,,' Phil Kane and Coghlan wa ·.. timed in 15:03.0, winning.by 5 ; yards over Penn, anchored h ,-- David Merrick, the IC4A cros ·',· country champion and recor "V holder. ; Perm's time - w; '.T 15:09.8. .with. Rice', third : 5:14.8. A, ViHanova foursome of tackay, Kane. Cogblan and an- horman Mark.Rclgci- led. all be way in winning the 3,200 (2 iiles) by some 25 yards in :18.0, ItAvas Ibe eighth lime in ie last 11 years Villanova won ic? event. Michigan was second n 7:21.0 and Princeton third In :23.2. , - ; , , '· . , ; ' / " Trojanowski, a senior who ets so nervous before a race iat'coach Jim Elliott .doesn't ell him he's goiiig to run until bout 39 minutes before the cams lino up. ran the first 16g or Villaiioya in 3:48.4, but was lurd when he banded the baton Mackay. ftlackny's 3:40.0 ent the Wildcats ahead, and ·Cane's 3:51.9 turner! "over a two r ard advantage to Coghlan. Coghlan almost ran a carbon :opy of bis distance medley eg, content to maintain a slim ead through the? first three laps ivcr Merrick, and then sudden- y. kicking away to win by half a football field. Mcrrick's cbor leg was a 3:48.8. :' The seconciday program opened under another bright, sunny sky, with the tempera- urc in the upper 60s and slight six-mije-an-luy.tr wind. Tennessee's Phil Olson \v o n .he first individual title of the day with a IGS S in the javelin of 267 feet, 2 inches, Lou De- hiccio' of South .Carolina w a s second with 242-5. -.. Hans Ahnstrom of Texas-El Faso won the shot put with a 62-4U mark, edging Noi-lh Carolina State's Bob Mectlia who had 61-814. St. Joseph's, Pa., won the triple jump championship "with Ed Lennox's 54-3 performance, slightly belter (ban the 53-Hi by UTEP's Arnold Grimes. ^_ .Tennessee's speedy quartet oi John Young, Rice i Gardner, Jerome Morgan and \Rcggie Jones, the NCAA 200-meter champion, won the 400-meter relay in 39.4, edging Arizona Stale. (39.5) and Essex Junior College of Newark, N.J. (W.I). In the 440-meter shuttle hurd!c relays, Seton H.a 11 out ran Florida in 56,8 witb-Kevii Webb, Reggie Blackshear, Ke vin ^IcEvoy and Larry Bunting carrying the baton for the winners: Florida ran 57.5 to 57.8 for Ihird finishing Penn State, California fancy StrawberricTs Bruins-Kings NHL Series Comes Down To Final Game -BOSTON CAP) -- . The victories and defeats "of the Bruins «nd tbe Kings in their first six hockey playoff games don't mean a thing. All that matters Is game No. 7. "It's now a oncigame. th,ing inri anything can happen," Butch Goring-'Of- Los Angeles said after Thursday's game on the west coast. His overtime goal gave the Kings "a'4-3 victory and 'sent tbe best-of-seven series into a final contest. "It comes down To just 60 more minutes," Boston defense- man Dallas Smith said, ignoring the possibility of overtime in tonight's N a t i o n a l Hockey League game at Boston : Garden. ·A bright note for the Bruins lies in the fact that they have lost only once in their last 22 home games. "We'll be ready," said Boson Coach Don Cherry, "We'll have to be ready." Jake Milford, general man ager of the Kings, satd, "It's going to be interesting now You never can tell In this game." The Bruins, who easily won the Adams Division during regular season play, "sported a VI lead in the Ihird period 'of he game in Los Angeles. How ever winder Mike Corrigan tall : ied two goals to send tbe game into overtime. iGqrjng, a fifth-round draft pick by the Kings in 1969. slammed home the winning tally at 18:28 of sudden death. ; I was just lucky, hut we didn't want to be marked as quitters, "the 26-year-old Gor ng said. However a week ago last Tuesday in Boston, he also scored in overtime to lift Los Angeles to a 3-2 triumph. "We wanted to beat them very .bad," he said. "It's just one game now/' Corrigan. who played with Cherry at ' Rochester ' i n the American Hockey League, if confident Los Angeles can.win "Now it's the team that gets up right away that's going to win," Corrigan said. "They've go the t a l e n t . . ..but we can beat them." Gerry Cheevers was scbed- u.ed to be in goal for Boston tonight at the 7 p.m. EOT faceolf, while Rogie Vachon will be goaRender for Los Angeles. ' the critics agree! "Robert DeNiro is brilliant a DEVASTATING performance. The twisl ending should leave audiences gasping." 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