Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 26, 1976 · Page 7
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Grant Hall IMMMlMIMIWIMmilllWIIIIinilH Future Of Spring Football Occupies Broyles, Writers UTTLE ROCK -- f r a n k lhat situation nual pre-Rcd White game press concern" waT wide'" reciever conference here Satmchiy if lit But i h a t , thc me p | ace nher anticipated Aikansas being Jt b ea sieil for a freshman lo made Hit favorite lo w i n the h rcak in he nddcd HL Southwest Conference football W o u l d n t nanip names bul ynu Pirate's Reds Win, Each With Shutouts lille i n . 1976, Not at all can bet Robert Farrell o[ Little he; answered.' Rock Ccnral will set a long look .... ------ w ._. ------ ----figure we H be picked about in Ihe fall lourtn Who II be picked first' Also B r u i Well the (.oriference has a code Lancslon or ethics thit keeps coaches seilous knee Injuries " h a v e Irom pulling other teams on the great if less than spot 1 know it used to make sturdy underpinnings T h c Bruce Hay and .Hints each coming ice ' ' nit mad when Id read t h a t doctors - pin okayed Bruce for coach said Arkansas ought contact after about a week of ; to win It, practice said Broyles But ! By BRUCE LOW1TT AP Sports HHter John'Caridelaria wasjri'mid- season .form. He went 1 'a solid nine innings, Don G u l l e t ' w a s in midseason form, loo. He went a. solid six, then got tbe hook. Candclaria, Pittsburgh's^ ran gy ; young left - hander, stilled San Francisco on'a measly two hits Sundaj and -- surprising e\cn himself -- shut out the Gi ants 3-0 Gullet. Cincinnati's s t r o n g So my answer is lhat four was scared to let him play It or five teams could be up there seems hi. d recovered too fist i m sprrj if that sounds l i k e We akdcd bim for tonights n a " 5Vier gam after he celled my wife h ) e Campbell thc Waco at- 11 P m Friday night and based editor of Texas Football pleaded pass w a s aimed for young - l e f t - h a n d e r , shut "oul Montreal For six innings,on jusl five, bits., then : Manager Sparkj Anderson,'' alias C a p ' n ' Hook came .along ', and gave .the ba! to Pat Darcy , . . who gave up two" more hits in the. final;three rinings of ,the' Reds' 7-0 victory o\cr (he Expos In Sunday's other' Nationa League games. New York bea Houston 4-2, SI. Louis stifle( San Diego 3-1, Atlanta edgcc Philadelphia 4-3 and Los Ange les defeated Chicago 5-4 in 1 innings Candelaria gave up-only on legitimate hit, Willie Monlancz. days because of lack of numbers injuries i » abou 105 this lime [o'uble In the fifth inning. The, ther was a first mmng fluke vheri shortstop'Frank'Taycras ost Bobby Murccr's pop-up in he sun, Montanez. hit a good pitch, a astball · inside.". Candclaria conceded. And he admited-he didn't expect to be' around, al he end of .the game. "I--, was surprised I" could go nine. The cool - weather at Candlestick yelped. :The Pirates gave him all (he help be needed with six hits and three r u n s in (he f i f t h inn i n g , starling with Willie Star gell s third homer of the year. Reds T, Expos 0 Gullett. in h i s ' f i r s t start o: the year, got t h e ' h u l k of his support from - Johnny - Bench and Dave iConcepcion, e a c h ' o r whom hit bis second homer o: the year. 'I wasn't, really conslsten \vilh my fastball (he way wanted to "be, " G u l l e t said L bad some good pilches. \vitV the exception of a real gooc fastball. I didn't break a swea (he whole game. I had gocxTlo cation on my pitches. That' Major League Baseball H»rthw«t ArfcamasTIMK, Monday, April 2, 1976 FVTFTTEV1LIF ARKAVSAS ' h a t ! was happy about, .that nd some good off speed stuff Houston's' Joe : Niekro : wild- itched home 1 New '· York's tie- Dreakmg run m the eighth in ing and Ron Hodges singled or another one, then Ken Sand who had replaced Mets 1 barter 'lion the sev- cntb, made the runs stand up. Braves 3, Phillies 2e . Atlanta s D a \ e Ma hadn t bad a hit all year -- until U » r y nstenson tried to slip one too a^ tastballs. past him The result was a ; two-nin-homer in the sixlh inning that beat the Dodgers 5, Cubs 4 Los Angeles put together Us first two game winning streak of the young season -- and it took ian unearned rim in the 10th inningJo get it. ·Ted Sizemore was safe when Mrst baseman Andre Thornton juggled -a' throw by shortstop Dave Roscllo. John Hate bunted him to second and ho scored on Ron Cey's single to center field, Henry Cruz hit his-first major league homer for the Dodgers, a three-run shot. AMERICAN LEAGUE EaS( W .1, B 3 6 3 6 5 5 5 4 4 West 7 5 8 6 5 ' 6 4 5 i T- Pd .727 667 .545 .500 Eckwood's Knee Might Bench Him Until Oct. ··2V4 8 .333 4'J .583 -.571 .4S5 I ' z 4H 1VS 417 2 tyles said Langstoi 'should be fully recovered by n , - - ... . . next fall," but the coach wasn't Broyles could appreciate the , ls optimistic a h o u t running w t used to h a \ e |. Jc ks lerry tckviood and scholarship players at Donny Bobo [ t could be Oc , , ,, he s j" d Tl)ls s l rm e tober before Jerry is Full wt hid 76 and at o n o time 5pE( , d he sald A n d [ m nol 31 of them »ire injured That smf Donny ,,,,, n e rc , riy at meant we couldn t polish both a n K l s rcce nt surgery casts offense and defense at Ihe same £ome d o u b t But : hope I m time U just can t be done The wron « defense dominates because ^u He said Barnatns White would can t go full speed b e a s x u r r g m a n more ;aluable ur. HABITS at running back enrlv but When a writer from Memphis perhaps more %aluable at wide asked Brpyles whit he would rec ie\er as FcUiooci and or try to get done if he had one Bobo reco\cr Thc idea is to NEW ORLEANS (AP) -,- A nasty, testing little three-fool putt on thc final hole nailed more week of practice Brm IS get White thc anywhere replied I don t WANT another an d let him flash that 9 5 speed week V,hen you re nol working One was is at double time pace jou get pints into bad habits Much of the time, we've just had lo'sland around. Before the press conference lo j let him return With Hie NCAA directed cut- hack in scholarship football players, coaching staffs h a v e had to recruit better students. onlj lost one freshman C u m p b e l l asked Arkansas v\' sports information director Dill | ast ^ ar and he may come back in Ihe fall said Broyks Happy-Go-Lackey Ziegler Wins New Orleans Tourney down the Ziegler. victory for Larry But, the happy actually won the -go- Ne -lucky guy ew Orleans Open with four strokes of the wedge earlier in the week, 'I chipped in " f o u r limes for the week -- twice on Thursday and twice on Saturday,": Ziegler said after he'd holed that lasl lough putt Sunday for a 70 and a one-stroke decision over Victor Regalado. That's a difference of spring football and Curl an twered, perhaps only half u jest. "About one more year. 'The grade point a\erage cf incoming freshmen is t h e highest since I've been coach- keep imen year »c had 28 seniors b "" and lhat s good spring and start earlier in the Broy)l !,!" ! ^"d"" 0 ' The "NCAA"* A mnra ait^-F,,,, ,,,. i guidelines _m coaching staffs iiiu i · J " niiidt'si. anice i vu IH^II vu. ih« H\ MCm * cm]nen[J l \ not ing football. We've got to k the demis" of drills is the majoritj of our freshn ^V/5TM* _ of .,! omc k]nd , l a s t year we had 28 sent n« it, , One thing we could do Broyles i s cut back in it, f altr , arlnc tn in , . or the fans and one lhat Broj are 8 2 1 That s eight full time n . or e ans an one lat Broj assistants l%o part time assist h a n « PP ° !, is t0 P ar spnnE ants who cant recruit and tbe ball toward an intersection*! hcac i coaL i, Bruce Shiw of game w i t h fc neighboring per North Oirolma State has been haps formerly traditional mal our part timer this spring and ve alreadj told Cholly Mac tte ^' e J U S t added Tom Reed ' (LSU coach Onrlcj McClen Reed was an all conference don) to keep us in mind for offensue guard for Arkansas m a game in Shreveport Broyles Wfl You may remember him , .. as the player who recovered 1 think a spring game \\ith Jon Richardson s fumble in the another school is a great idea 197L Liberty Bowl game against ii-inSl make : ' mm to Tennessee onl to nave official 5HUGIX) for each school plus Preston Walls award the- hall it would be a great molivating to tbe Vols after Reed handed help The disad^anlages' Well ji lo him Tennessee scored late it might hurt fan enthusiasm after that gift and won U 13 for the losing learn But I don t J didn t e\cn know Tom was tnink u would affect the presea in coaching said Broj lea son pulls much because really, Bui he «MS working in the U s just wn exhibition game Harrison system so I asked if Look at the Dallas Cowboys he d like to come back to Fay Jasi jear Jncy lost five prc elleullc \vhere he could do gra seison games and came back duilc work to w i n their conference ~ you -Every- can t go by TWO MORE In a few days we II be nouncing a four-game B team one realizes exhibitions INJURY WORRY' schedule" and that means we A second writer from Mem i*m hire t\vo more part time phis asked, Wouldnt you assistants The NCAA sayb you can have four if jou plaj four was asked what maybe eight strokes. That's what won thc golf tournament. You can go for two - m o n t h s without chipping in, and then I do it four' limes' in a .week, Those four strokes were really Ihc difference. But those four strokes didn't ease the pressure, ot the last one. LEAD CUT Zicgler, who'd'started Ihe H- rounci with a two-stroke lead, -held the advantage throughout the warm, sunny day but saw it cut to a single shol by Regalado's six-foot birdie put on the 16lh bole. He still led by one when he stood in the middle of the 18th green. Regalado had Just f i n ished his regulation, ; two-putt jar and had his 13 under par ,otal safely recorded. Now Ziegler, a 10-year journeyman.- needed -to-got down in Lwo fronv25 feel-to score only tiis third victory He, lagged up his first putt, and it stopped some three feet short. 'THc crowd went, 'ohhhh, ahhh.' They : were telling me something. They were telling me I'd l e f t It short and I was in trouble, but, hell, I knew thai, he said, As he one "my heart M r as in overtime," he said. "I just told my course 'record with a 64 that lifted him into'third place at 276, ·'Watson, however, starlet! the final round eight shots hack and never really got in the title hunt. Jack Nicklaus - shot himself out of rt early in the d a y . . H e flailed away to a double bogey seven -- his third double bogey in nine holes, going back to Saturday's third round .-- was six shots back and never really recovered. He finished with a 69 and 278 along with defending champion Billy Casper, Jim Colbert. Lee Elder, G e n e ' L i t t l e r and Gibby Gilbert.: Gilbert and Littler had closing'GBs/.Colberl, Casper and Elder 70s Hubert Green matched par.72 as the playing partner of Zieg le'r^and Regalado and was al Final top scores and money winnings Sunday,in the $175,000 *Jew Orleans Open Golf Tournament' "on the 7080-yard ' par-72 Lakewood Country Club course: Larry'Ziegler $35,000 Vic'Rcgalado $19,950 New York Milwaukee Boston Detroit Cleveland Baltimore Oakland Kan Cily Chicago C a l i f Saturday's Results , Texas 5, -Detroit 4, Oakland '8;'Cleveland- 7 New York 9, :Kansas City S 11 innings Minnesota^, Baltimore:-!,- 14 innings California at-'Milwauke'cfppd, w.cL grounds i ' Boston at Chicago, 1 ppd;t.Wei grounds « o \ Sunday's Results ·' Texas at Detroit, ppdj rain t Kansas City,- .'at -; New" York, ppd.'rain Oakland 9/Cjeveland.1 Boston al Chicago;, ppd^rain Minnesota .7, -BaHi,m6re.2 California al Milwaukee ppd ram * i ,, M^ndaj's Games California (Tanana 1 1) p.\ Milwaukee (Colborn 1 1) (n) 1 Only game,scheduled Tuesday s Games ! Oakland at Detroit Cleveland : at 'Minnesota California'at Baltimore, (ri) Boston at Kansas City (n) New York ^t'Texas, -{ri) " Milwaukee' at Chicago; -'(hi LITTLE HOCK: (AP) -- U n i versity of Arkansas Coach Frank Broyles "said -Saturday lhat Jerry Fckwood the Rizor backs outstanding running back-, may not be ready lo play when .fall practice; begins Aug Broyles said il might be'Octo- ber before Eckwbod is: fully rer covered. Eckuood was injured in thc Utah Slate game lasl October lie underwent knee surgen three \\eeks ago and his knee in a casl for another'two Vt to three weeks 68-69-60-69-275 Tom Watson $12,425 68-72-72-64--276 John Mahaffey $5,93S 68-7148-71--278 Gibby Gilbert $5,938 Gene Litter ?5,93B 72-70-68-68-278 Jim Colbert $5,936 69-69-72-R8-278 Billy Casper $5.938 71-66-71-70--278 NATIONAL. LEAGUE East * Jack Nicklaus 5.938 67-71-70-70-278 Lee Elder $a S 68-67-74-69-278 8 68-69-71-70--278 Chicago Montreal St, Louis Atlanta Cincinnati Houston San Fran San Diego Los Ang With Reggie Smith At Third, The Cards Top San Diego 429 38? .385 ,615 61-i 529 .538 1 1 . Itt 3 U surveyed that lough worry about injuries' You shoutdn t ha\e us many B games injuries playing someone else Broyles ,,-., ,,.,,,«.. ,,, JU as you do playing an jntrasquad Arkansas would do w i t h the ovo game Broiles reasoned logic consecutive OJILII dales on its ally You re only going to h a v e 1976 schedule created by Ihe half as man players to risk shift of the Texas game to Dec getting hurl 4 Well use one of the weeks Before the game Broyles had for rcrmlirrg he said Then been asked W h a t do ou know he added We tl alwajs like about the team that ou didn t to pla uther Texas or TC\TS know before spring practice? AM as late as possible For 4 D e f e n s i v e l y William money'' Well for ob\lous Hampton at linebacker and Dan reasons over a 10year pertod ' Hampton at tackle have been He said season ticket sales the pleasant surprises " he were up 20 per cent o\er a n j began We knew William had previous ear and added ' J the ability and he s come hope our team can sta up with through. Bul Dan has done even the fan enthusiasm that last self, 'Go ahead and hit it -- Ihe worst you can do is miss it, 14 UNDER PAR But Ziegler made it, finishing o f f ' a 274 total, 14 under par on the 7,080-yard Lakewood Country Club .course. Regalado's closing . 6 9 left him one stroke back at 275, British Open champion Tom Watson matched the SAN: DIEGO, Calif, f AP) -, Reggie Smith made only ; his second - appearance at .third base in tl jears Sunday and the move helpe'd the St. Louis Cardinals, salvage the ; finale' of a three-game series against'(he San Diego Padres. .3-1. haven't played over there much," said Smith, "but"I was originally signed as a shortstop and I don't ?f£cl like "any slran gcr in the infield.' Smith handled four chances flawlessly anct also contributed two of only five bits tEie"Cardi- nals managed off four Padre pitchers to help make left-hand er John Curtis-a:winner in his first start of tbe season, The Padres "collecteti 10 hits off Curtis but the 28-year-o1{ left-bander still had a 3-0 shut out going until the ninth inning when Mike I v i e homered for San Diego's lone run. belter than we'd hoped year's team generated, I hope 'Offensively^ 'all the coaches our pKiyers catch some of lhat had high hopes for Calcagm. enthusiasm when the go borne and he's proved he does h a ve this summer.'. the ability. Also, 'Roland,Sales It was" remarkable lhat nearly has beeri a pleasant surprise 2 0 0 0 0 fans 'bnn ed threatening His dad was 'in the military elements to attend Saturday in Tokyo d u r i n g - Roland's"'first night's .scrimmage. They all year i n ' h i g h school. -When be seemd to arrive ; from 7:20 to got back a n d ^ played, .they put 7:30. At 4:30 it had squalled him at a defensive guard. But for about 90 seconds, briefly he r u n s : a 9.6;and.-we think he drenching tbe War Memorial can be a f i n e i ' r n n n i r i K back. Stadium" seaisj - A n d tornado We were going to redsbirt him. 'warnings were in effect for but now maybe we w : on't. · surounding -counties', with a .Broyles recalled that tornado watch in r Pulaski year it w a s , . the Razor-back County. defense that was suspect.. "I - The fans saw a spirited didn't think Ihe defense could contest with some spectacular hold up it* end," he admitted, plays, suh as Doug Rarwegen's FIRST HOMER Smilh's move to third base "I quoted sire. Mike Campbell 100-yard and Harvey, Hampton were just opening return with ktckoff and - 68-yard too small. But you couldn't s c o r i n g reception, Vaughn measure their heart. We played Lusby's 60-yard kickoff return an even defense'a bout, ha If the and Ben Cowins''darling runs. Lime, and thai helped. We be- Bat for the-'second · straight came like · the ; '.swarming red week, : they, had', lo he dis- anls' of old. In 11 game s we appointed thai t h e ' firsl-texim gave up three loucbdowns in Ihe Red unit couldn't come up with first half,. \ , Ihe needed fourth - quarter , "The d e f e n s e made drives to "win tbe game. tremendous strides, and we COMMON FACTOR, frftve' six starters .back... We Thc common factor each . m u s t have been , doing week was fatigue. Quarterback ; something right, because',we've Ron Calca-gnl admitted getting had a stream of. .coaches tired in thc final" period, and , coming in this spring to learn sVud he'd work on conditioning · Ihc odd-even fronts thai seem over the summer.'Tn Ihe game lo upset Ihc oEFenscs timing." FLIP-FLOP This year it's the offense that first half ancf one yard in the Broyles worries about. "These second half. This l i m e ' h e had things usually flip - flop," he 76 yards in (he first h a l f , a n d 1 said. ; "But obviously we're not 56 in the second. He completed as tar along on offense this six of 11 passes for 70 yards year. Last year Richard in the (irst half, and Ihrcc of I/aFarguc was the only starter 10 for 2-J yards, with two i n f e r - at Fayelteville Calcagni bad 114 yards of total offense in Ihe uid his backs, Cowins and Mich- eat Forrest, didn't run as hard _ n, the late going. Simple arilh- 3-0 netic tells you that the 'Red earn really won th'e two games rom scratch -30-17 a n d 28-17, but thats not satisfying lo tans vh'p wanted to see Calcagni and he regulars produce in a game type situation: Broyles knew the 21-point lead start for the White was fair. It wouldn't seem so off the evidence of the three spring ;ames ! under that format, Because Ihe Red has yet lo win 3 u l ; Broyles reiterated afler Salurday's lussle, "Twenly-one points'is just right, On other subjects, Broyles said, "I hope the economy picks u p - t o 1 where thc appropriation for Phase II ot Barnhill Fieldhouse - renovation ($1 million) will be funded in Ihe next legis- l a t i v e session. I don't think we'll ;.'. 'revenue-bond 1 anymore.. We'll have lo come up with the cash." Phase II should be completed by August 1977, he said. Broyles said free safety Bo Busby "riidn'l need spring practice/' but that slrong safely John Taylor did, Bolh were out while recovering from knee surgery. .Campbell said Baylor has looked belter this spring than last. -"They haven't left the ball on thc ground as much," he said.-VDefensively. they haven't looked too good." Baylor and Texas Tech wind up t h e i r springs this week. Pat Foster said the two or three remaining UA basketball signces would come from out of slate. ''We considered a couple of other Arkansas play- was made in order to get Willli Crawford's bat into the lineup and he. responded with his firs homer of. the season in the fitil inning lo put the Cards ahead . Following Crawford's homer the first hit off Padre stark Dan Spillner, ' .Ron Fair walked and was driven horn by Don Kossingef's double fo a 3-0 advantage. The Cardinals got, llwEr firs run;in the second· inning .with out benefil of a hit when-John ny Grubb dropped. Smith's Ion fly ball for a'three-base error Crawford scored Smith with sacrifice -fly. Gntbb tore ligaments in h right ankle when he atlcmpte io brace himself ,-against th fence wit h his ri ghl foot Smith's, fly. He is .expected b e ' o u L of the Padre lineup fa three 'weeks with his foot Jn casl. "I think it just .shows" anothe dimension this club has be cause. we have several pl ho can .play more than one osilion , and do ,a good job, mith said, Reggie's an outstanding alb ?," said Crawford.- who madt first stirl of the seasot lanks to: Smilh's versatility 'Everyone knew he could lahdle third with no problem. Cardinal manager R e d schoendiensl . · indicated- ' h e woiild;stay ; with his new- lineup efore his club moved on to San Francisco for a three-game cries with Ihe Giants. I . had to get Crawford's bat the lineup some way," he aid. "San Francisco's tenla- iye .rotation lists: three right banders so I think Til leave hi rigs this, way. With Crawford can send eight ; left- handed HUers against right-handed pitching. - » A \ DIEGO r h bi . , " abr hbi Saturday's Results Cincinnati 6; ~MohtreaU4 San Francisco' 3f- Pittsburgh I Philadelphia JO Atlanta 5 New York.7," Houslori \., Los Angeles ,2; ..Chicago .I San Diego 4 St ] ouis 3 SundaVs Results A t l a n t a 3 Phihdelphia 2 Cincinnati 7. Montreal "0 New"York"4, Hpu'sib'n 2 ,St. Louis 3. San; Diegtf 1 I OS Angolcs Chicago 1 10 innings Piltsbur-gh 3 San Francisco 0 Monday's:.Games Houston (Richard 1) Montreal f Fry man 2-1) ·Ulanta (Ruthven.3-0) al.Ne\ York, (i.olic!-, Q-3) St. Louis (F6rsch"4-JO).al:San Francisco (Barr/1-1) Cincinnati. -(Norman--3^0) - al Philadelphia (Kaat, 1-1), n ) : Chicago (R. KeuscheL 0-Oj al San Diego (Greif 0-1),-(nl Pillsburgh (Mcdich M ) ; - a t Los Angeles (John 0-1), (n) Tuesday's Games Houston at Montreal Atlanta at. New : York Cincinnati at Philadelphia Chicago at San Diego, (n) Pittsburgh at Los Angeles', (n) St. Louis at San Francisco, fn) That leaves Micheal For lest who slartcc the last four games and, Ben Cowins who is slasher and is impro; ed ;nle$ s i i d Barnabas White could be a good wide receiver oul we ma need him firsl a running'back, Rblaiul Sales ha. been one o f - t h e pleasant *ur prisqs of the spring All needs Is experience and con hdcncc ' les "said"!thc; Razorback^ .will;have, a'good record if they can-score. t OFFENSIVE LINEMEN Brqytqs said he believes Hi Razo'tba'cks " have three oul standing o f f e n s n e linemen Gerald 'Skinnerr R-.- -C.vThtele mann and Greg Koch He s n hn Uunks Ste\e Heim an Leofis Harris- 1 ^!!! step in an do well at Ihe guard spots I they play like our'offensive-lin did last year, and thai was In "rtiosl'productive' line we've hf invycars, we w i l l : have; a..ver succcbsfal season Broyle said He 'said he 'Iwlieved' lh" quarterback Ron Calcagm wh willibe a sophomore; in Ihe fa Will be an exciting plaer I a brash, young alhlole \\h reihzes that he is going nake mistakes Brojles sai He studies, watches film cry da in an efforl to dim nate them. Brpi l;s laid no one ha aroyed'himself al wide.rcceiv and thai "some freshmen mig eqEer; thc picture in the fall He said Ihc defense wou miss Mike Campbell al nos man but that Dale White Ju m Walker and Reggie Fre man ha\e ability f ' O u r defensne puds \\. as-strong "as; anyone\s in "Ame ica he said Dennis Wmst ^nd -Johnny Meadors, at and 228 can run and Ihej c pla\ Thej re like Works [ranile against erfds" or bac coining to "block ' agaii hem. - He praised defensive tack Mark Lewis, Harvey" Hampl and Dan Hampton. He also s. Iliam- Hampton "has 'b«n 3st impressive a t / ' l i n e - ' cker He said \\iliiatn mpton and Curtis Townsend, uld give the Razorbacksrsize .1. -speed , al ' ; linebacker. k Broyles sairl the Razorbacks, e'counting on Bo Busby,:John' ylor and Howard Sampson in) 1 defensive secondary: He* id --Vaughn LuEby,;, : Patrick; art in, M u s k i e ' Harris."- -"Brad! oup and' Larry "While~'wer«T ler possibilities in the" Secon-1 ry. » He also said he believe'd lb« azorbacks would have a rong kicking game with SEeva ttle. Shr«veport Moves Into League Lead By The Associated Pr?ss Shre\epori s Jimmy .-Sexton lasted a three-run double in le , seventh Eo lead the. : Cap- ains to a 6-3 victory over,."jack* on and undisputed first.,place n the Texas League EasJ-^Divi- ion. In other action Sunday, .Mid and topped.Amari]!o'11-3;as*£!_ J aso edged San Antonio 5-4 in 0 innings. Lafayelte and Little, lock had an open date. Sextons hit e\encd the score it 3-3 and Shreveport exploded- or three : more runs 'in; the eighth, The Jackson Mets belied \Z lits but left 18 men on bases as' Shre\ eport s Randy Hopkins jrcked up his fir t victory of he ear John Andrew s aropped his first game with no victories. Midland a hoi bats were led by -Jose _0rtu; and ' R]ir'Droeg« r u ho had three bits each as Midland-crushed Amarillo: Chuck · Rogers went' the dif- t a n c e for Midland. Texas League iiiiiiiiiigiiiiiiiiiiiiiniinniiinmiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiwn BjTHE AKSOflATKD TRE36 K L Tel. Gft Shrevejwrt Ark?n n l-a(ayclt« General Electric air conditioners and h«at pumps are one of 'the'best values around It's not even debatable. I didn't know that! But friey are rebatable! .1cBride tl 4000 Gtubb If ianl 31 -1 O D D Rtlmund If Irock [f 4 0 0 0 HTorre* s* 1 0,0 0 3 0 1 0 40 0 0 4 0 0 0 a'rns e ' . 4 B O O WDavts'ef RSmllh 3b i 1 2 Winfield.rf a*rd if 3 1 1 2 Dolladfr 3b 4 D 3 I) 1 !b 1 1 0 0 Ivlc 1h 1 1 3 1 ntter u 4 0 2 I KubuX 2b Is P 2 0 0 D Kendall c ncr 9 1 0 0 0 Turner ph ' ' 1 0 1 0 Folkers p 0 0 0 0 Locfcleej- ph 1 0 0 4 AFoiLer p 0 4 0 0 Tofal 303 5 t Tola! 3S'l I 0 i an DicjW COOWOWC E-Harrls 2, Crubb. DP-St. Lou I IP H R ER BB SO 9 W . 1 1 0 I 4 3 3 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 ) 1 0 0 0 0 . PB-Simmon*. T--1:5 who missed any spring work, ceptions, And this year many players periods, have missed purt or all ' " " " practice. There's no way in the final two of Bul Calc.igni had help getting lo fired. In bolh games his line uild is much team unity in didn't block us well al Ihe end, I player. ers, " .he .said, "bul I'd say our in-stale recruiting is pretty much over Eor this year. :. Alan : Zahn, the 6-7 forward from : Albuguerque that Hog lennis coach Tom Pucci got the basketball,coaches onto, is now leaning heavily toward New Mexico State. Arkansas ; still has a good shol at 6-10 center Ken G c h r i n g ot Cumberland College in I^ebanon, .Term., formerly A North Carolina. Stale Track And Tennis, Meetings To Begin At ASU this Week The I3tti spring meet of thei Southland Conference starts unfolding Monday with Ihe 72- hole championship golf tournament al Shreveport (La.) and everything else-^ tennis, track and meetings of coaches, athletic directors,and.faculty ath]elic representatives ---booked for Joncsboro (Ark,)r "Wednesday through Saturday. · r = For the second straight year, Shrcveport's 7,000 - yard Hunl- ington Park layout will be the site of Ihe golf lourncy, opening with 3fi holes Monday and fllowing with 18 holes Tuesday and Wednesday. The spotlight shifts to host Arkansas State University - f o r thc first of a series of meetings Wednesday .night, then tennis play starts Thursday and closes with singles and doubles finals Safurday, · The two day truck and field chas« is on the calendar Friday and Saturday, and the record ]0ok appears in for a shake up. Southwestern L o u i s i a n a , again led by two-time conference medalist John Davis, is the " golf : favorite, although youthful threats lurk in (he background. : Louisiana Tech's Scott Morgan, who as a fresh* man lied rgan, Daviis a year ago and lost in a sudden death playoff, heads the .Bulldogs.: The. same goes for ^icNeesc Stale's Tim Graham, 1975 Louisiana state junior champion, and l^a mar's Bill Israclson, 1975 Minnesota slate champion with a record- breaking final 63. Arkansas State has t h e quality and may own quantity as well en route lo its first track championship. The Indians have Ihe nation's two top specialists in vaultcr Karl Bell ami sprinter Ed Preston a n d super competitors in virtually every event to r a t * as .overwhelming favorites. West Fork Has Two On Girls All-Star .Team LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Riv ercrest Bradford t and ^est Fork placed two players eacl on the' North teanV.^that !iwil play the South team' In ,the Girls All-Star basketball game June 5 al Coriwny. t The North team: includes Scollye S. Allen ah'di Terry' Jo Langston, bolh of ,Y^Uverctesl Janet Clem and -Patti Phillips both of Bradford, and Dena Dennis and K a r e n - ' Sargenl bolh of West.Fork:;··''·' Other members of- 1 (he Nort I earn arc Cindi Billings! cy 6 Pangbirrn, Joni Kim^Cantrell o Calico Rock, Deborah C, Chan celtor of Mulberry/; Novel a Cur lis of Ml. Vernon/JiTcresa Dot son of Alma, Clementine Evan of Big'clow, Pamcla'Sue Fulle of Beebe, Stella Kuck' 'of Count Line, Kathy Morgan.of Fayelte ville, Ruby Settles"'-of Parkin Lori Ann Snow of t . Mount a i View, and Biklie Willetl of Sa lem.' · '^' St. Charles, Wheatley, Emer son, and Stuttgart have ',lw representatives each 1 on ' th South team. They are 'Anita De ncse Dupslaff and'-Renee To bert, both of St. Charles; Ros Walfcer ancf Mildred- Walke both of Emerson; Becky Npsle and Anita Engler,. ;bolht o Wheatley, and Helen' Ru Hughes and Darlene Hump rey, both of Stuttgart..' : Other members i of -' the tea are Iaura Kllis* L o f ' Lonbk Diane Ford of. Fountain Lak Janice Karol Jones : of Norphlc Debbie Yvonne Lambert o f ' , A Tda, Joyce" McFadden of Nas ville, Jan'a Carlcne McMillin Stephens, Rosie Mac Miller Wilmot, Susan Simon of ;D Queen, Gwen Walker,of Hun nofce anrt Katby WilHngham (Grapevine, FROM $50 TO $100 CASH REFUNDS Ontrri fir COKllllotm TA-R1 MIXMH Direct from General .Electric on DELUXE ^Central Air Conditioners and ·WBATHERTRON? Heal Pumps depending oircapadly, it you purchase now. 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