Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 28, 1969 · Page 10
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Nw*wwt ArfMMM THMS, MM,, AIM! 2*, 1M* ·AVBTTCVH.il, MMMMM Celtics End Two-Game Charge As Benchwarmer Sparks Effort F«irchiU Wint R«c« NEW BREMEN Oliio (AP) Cy fairchild of Sagimiw, Mich., lock tho iciiil on (lie 21st lap and went on to win (lie 15-mile U.S. Auto Club sprint car feature at the New Bremen Speedway Sun- car races thi« Mann. Gary Bettenhausen. the runner up. late in the race and took home $1.2(0. Soccer Rtcord LINCOLN. England (AP) - day-and (he pUyert claimed a world record. The (tame was an amateur charity marathon that lasted from 9 a.m,6:40 p.m. with a halftime break of 15 minutes. Final score: Nalgo All- Stars 45, Lindsey County Coun- BOSTON (AP) -- The Boston Celtics, lifted back into contention by Larry Siegfried's in tpired performance, hope In he eome the first team in National Basketball Association history to come bick from a 2-0 deficit to win the championship playoff series. "Siegfried was the difference." Los Angeles Coach Bill van Breda Kolff said Sunday efter the fiery backconrt per fnnnrr came off the bench to lead the Celtics past the Lakers 111-105 in the third game Sunday. "He gave us a big game offensively and defensively--and don't forget he was hurting Inn." Rpfinn player-Coach Bill R.ussel! said of the former Ohio State star who lias been hampered by a hamstring pull and a ana beat Miami. 127105. to win he Eastern Division finals. 41. nrliana opens the ABA finals in Oakland Wednesday night. hip injury Siegfried had averaged only 5.5 points in the two losses at Los Angeles. He exploded Sunday. however, before 14.033 cheering f a n s at Boston Garden pin;, a national television audi- pnff ('online into Hie game late in the first period he played most of the way after that, hitting 10 of lli shots and 8 of 9 free throws for 28 points. The scoring of Siegfried and John Havlicck. who scored 31 point E. kept Hi" Critics alive in thr (iijrd period W|IFII the Lak 17-point halftime ahead by three r rased deficit to go point?. 7S-75. The same pair led the Celtics back in a fourth period counter- rally to wrap up the game. Coming off the bench is a lot toucher than starting." Sirg frifd said afterwards as IIP took K whirlpool treatment. "When you come off the bench you have to make it happen now, or you won't he in there very long. Today 1 hit a couple of shots and had the hot hand so the guys started playing to get the hail to me." .Irrry West, who had avrr- »eed 47 points in the two victories at Los Angeles. led the Lakers with 24 points. He too thought Siegfried was the differ- Devlin Breaks Long Winless Golf Drought DALLAS ' A P I A weak Irft land helped Bruce Devlin breal the longest drought of his professional golf career. And a weak putting game has forced Arnold Palmer to make what may be his most agonizing de- asn't played wry much. ence. "He! . . so when he comes up with a ball game like that it really hurts us." West said. "After we caught, up we just died." he said. "I really got tired. 1 really didn't, have much left." The defending champions have a chance to even the best- nf-7 series in the fourth game at Boston Garden Tuesday night. The. fifth game will be in Los Anceles Thursday night. !n the American BawMtall Association Saturday night Indi- St. Louis Drops First Playoff Match MONTREAL (AP) -- The St. l.niii-. Blues are struck in a nil. .,nd Coach Scotty Bowman hap in (ind a way out of it in a htir ' The Blues, easy champions in the National Hockey League's West Division and winners of eight straight early-round Stanley Cup playoff games, dropped "I guess I will try to qualify for the Open. 1 really don't know yet." said Palmer after he Finished in a tie for eighth he- hind Devlin Sunday in the windup of the $100,000 Byron Nelson Golf Classic. Palmer must decide whether to go out and attempt to make it in sectional rounds next month. Palmer missed his last chance of an exemption by fall ing out, nf the top 13 on the money-winning list, dated from the Houston Champions Tournn ment last year to the Nelson this year. He had a lead of $5,133.51 over Frank Beard going into this tournament. But Beard, the soft-spoken man from Louisville, shot a ft nal-round 71 for 27B and a tip fnr second with Australian Bruce Crampton. He won $9,250. Palmer, who had a final 69 for 282, won $2,825. giving Beard the spot in the Open. Devlin, the slim, blond Australian who hadn't won since the Colonial Invitation in 1966. also had had his troubles--a left hand that was too strong, causing him to hook. "I've been bugged by that, hook a long time,' he said after his final-round 70 pulled him out of a four-man light down the itretch. He finished with a 277, three under par for four rounds on the nuddy, 7,086-yard, par 70 Pres on Trail Golf Club course and one stroke ahead of Beard, who iad a final 71. and fellow Aussie Jruce Crampton. 69. 'I've been working on weakening my left hand so 1 won't hook so much,' he said. Ive moved my left hand more on Ire tape. It helps eliminate the left, hand fide of the golf course. Every time Ive been in trouble in this tournament its been on the left side.' Lefty Bob Charles finished i t h a 73 and fourth place at 279. Tied for fifth at 280 were Don January, 65: Bert Greene 70, and Lee Trevino, 74. » '3 1 decision to Montreal Sunday in HIE "at.ionally televised npcnrr nf the nest.-of-7 Cup li It wasn't exactly a new feel- St. Louis lost four straight to the Canadiens in the Cup finals n year ago and in the two sea- sonr. since they were horn out of expansion the nines have a cu m n l a t . i v r ri-rnrd of 0 I S 3 again 1 :! Tli? number- d' -.|iu-r confidence chances for taking the away from the Cnnadiens. Louis' Cup Montreal .iuinpcil to n 2 0 lead in goals 'M seconds apart h.\ Dick Huff and Hobby Rousseau. on Kentucky Derby Set For Small Racing Field LOUISVILLE. Ky. (AP) Saturday's 95th running of the Kentucky Derby could have one of the smallest fields in modern history and be over in the short cst time in any kind of history With only five days of prcpa itinn left. the big fmir of TOP Knight. Majestic Priwe. Art and Letters and Dike have scared away virtually all oppo sition. Cain Hoy Stable's Ack Ack. favorite in Tuesday's Derby Trial Stakes., could earn a berth with a convincing victory in the one mile test and perhaps one l.u'n others may go in thr .i.non added Rim fnr thr Hoses. If only six start in the l'4-inile Derby, it will match the smallest field in ti2 years and net the smallest purse to the winner since Chateaugay's $108.900 in ]%:i. Thm thr CHiiadicns sat on the W i t h Ack Ack setting a brisk I,,,Ifr r a r l y pace. M a j e r . l i c I'rincr or riijif sTM""! "" 3 i""":'' p ' a v . j A r i r . and Letter" prrh.ips Mh I ' l a n t e . cl')FE-U|) goalie · ?n cx-Canadien shut at 3:39. Then. Rousseau. ! ph. hard o could t u r n in the first Derby of less t h a n two minutes. "It's tounti I:; -:.,· (;ii|i i. r a ·i · i ·', K i K i i k S! Roestien \'achon. .M goii'lic. v i ; h a screen s ' f'inal t'.vo minutes of the p r id Majestic Prince cracked the penalty, drilled a ' s i \ - f u r l o n g track record at ic p.isi P l a n t c i i t j C h u r c h i l l Downs Saturday en i route to a galloping victory in to give them a !thc Stepping Stone Purse, where '." '-air] R n u m a f . : h r u a s just a f i f t h of a second il^-. t a t ' h up tint V. I n f f I h r r-t;uul;)rrl --rl hv ;tn olflor r a u c ' i i 'ip a l i l l l f | Ai-K and Leltrrs w a s just, n .lar'-eille h e a l ' f r a c t i o n shy of llie 12 year old i n t r e a l ' s i t r a c k mark at Keeneland last in t h e ; w e e k in w i n n i n g the Hlue Crass opening : Staki;s. These d Ih'r r 1. d nd · fill r two. along mill Top f K l r i r i d a Drrhy lanir nr] Mrnvn lal '.umirr iij-.l Irvt n i l l f h fur lllfi'.l , f . -iind piTiod ···!*· scnri- : Jne DolJvro. t r a i n e r or Sti-p f,';:iy r e m a i n e d m u c h ping Stmic r u n n e r up Fast Hi 'fur the f i n a l 20 r n i n iarioiis. said the lour were just th .lohn Keivi;'.'.ri sup- itoo much lor his colt to lace, lie " p l v i n c M o n t r e a l ' s cushion goal ui'l'i 1! 'ri-ir.d.s left a ' t r r Pl:.nte hsrl h r r n p'|l'rd for an r r - l r a a! was echoed by the keepers ol W n l U n g Stick. Mr. Coincidence. Hni foal-, and ' T r a f l i r S l a r l . "1 M'"i ' II.mV. il \ ' ^ ' """ ^', III nlher S a t u r d a r - 1^1 r - mir b r i i i r I'.Miii-v." said . I r a n ! Pr'nnis*. high w e i R b i r ' 1 at Reliveaii. · a p ' a i n r,f !!:C Cana | 1 I 7 poundj. won the JRO diens wlio\ played enough o f j C h c r r y HIM H a n d i c a p at Carden them to kr.iiw I.Slate by n neck o v e r Ma'Jer Moments hclnre Fergii'.un sciired the i-rusher. St. J.ouis ilc frnseman n.irrlny I'laRcr collif · rrl hfhlnl) the Montrenl nrt w i t h r»rrl«"off'tlie i" "» » s t r r i r h r r *iwl Men to K hmpltal fnr .\ wyn of hi» rlhn. It turned nut to to · muscle spnsm in the lower fctek MM) he was relensert sun- liny nl(?ht unfl was evppetprt to I* *v»llflhlt for flame No. 2. llolil other C a p t a i n Action scored a re sounding eight-length t r i u m p h Maryland 1.'iO Survivor 1ll. whnsi fumed fathpr, Round, Tnble, won the same race in 1357. came through as the mitts nn lavorlle in the SM.7.VI Will Hoger 1 ; Slake* lit Hollywood Pin I.. over seven in Mir fn7 St.ikr-. ai Pnnhi'o K e n t u c k y bred GOODYEAR Till* BERLIN (AP) - Ludl Diells. 24. of Belgium won the fivcdli- ci|tline world billiards chain pioiisliip Sunday with 12:0 i»inls to 10:2 for the favored Raymond Cueleman, alro of Belflum. Dieter Mueller of West Gernuny PUyerf were required to play five variations of billiards-cadre 75-Z. cadre 47-2. three cushion, mte-cuihion Mid free match. SUrs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTlNG-Krank Kobtnson, Orioles, hammered two homers eight runt In BaMmores M and 10-5 sweep over the New a York Yankees as te took major tettue in homers witn nine and RBI with 22. PITCHING--Jerry Johnson, Phillies, stopped SI touts on four hits as he outduelod Ray Washburn in pitching Jniiaaei- phia to a M) victory. SERVICE Mild weather and better driving conditions are ahead, but your car hasn't forgotten the blast and chill of winter. Make repairs and replacements now while problems are small. NEW TREADS · You get tht lamt fatnoti* road-gripping type tmd design that comes on our new tar "Power Cushion* polyester cord tires · Whitewtlls or fclnckwafo - ' same price! · Largtr*iif it $M.S4 MARATHON" 4-PLY NYION CORD TIRE i ttiroui h 1x14 * 7.75 FOR lilHtl..--_ 7.75«1417.75x15 pint 37$ to «C citimtcd FM. l«. (fKfMHWfnf MslttUm! itetpptWt tin off roar nr (RETREADS ON SOUND TIRE BODIES) 6.50 x 13 tubeless blacKwill Plus $1.79 Fed. E*. 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