Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 1, 1973 · Page 29
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1ft · N«r*w«» ArVantci TIMES, Thuri., March 1, 1TO In Tqugh. NHL Race i. ' . ; · ', . ' · ' ' Detroit Hears Buffalo Ex-Champ Wraps Up Bird Dog Competition GRAND JUNCTION, Tcnn, (AP) -- A former national bird dog champion, appropriately named Wnp.Ui), puts the flu lihlnf touchei on the 1973 championship today »t Ames Plantation. Wrap Up, oviniiA by Jimmy Hlnton of TuscaloosH, Ala., ami Jack T, Payne ot Birmingham, Wilt go through Ills paces with a bye dog. Wrap Up won In J971. The AlauMmai champion's chlct competition Is likely to como from Miller's Miss Knight, a brllltmit pointer from Tenn,, th«fc left f»ni dicorln« "Her Wciln«»d«y'i performance, Miss Knl(!hl, owned'by Roh : orl Hays-Mild htuidlcd by Faya Thornberr-y, Imndlcd six eoycys without a major flaw, badkcd h e r b r a o o m a t e , Judy Anonymous, iw»r the end q[ tliu three-how hcut and potfonhca as well us any ot llio 36 other tlutfs in curnpcUtlon. Points are precious now that the National Hockey League season lias reached the nitty gritty stage. Precious enough to fight for. The Detroit Red Wings, who .need every point they can get In their struggle to beat out Buffalo for the fourtli and final ' playoff'berth in the East Division, fought for two important o n e s .against Philadelphia ' Wednesday night. The \Vings survived three third period fights for a 6-5 vic- tory over the Flyers that moved Detroit within two points of idle fourth place Buffalo. Elsewhere In the NHL Wednesday night, the New York Rangers and Chicago battled to a 3-3 tie. Minnesota stung California 7-3, Pittsburgh trimmed St. Louis 4-2, Toronto ripped Vancouver 7-2 and Montreal took Los Angeles 5-2. In the only World Hockey Association game played, Houston edged Alberta 3-2. Forrest Cify Pulls Upset Over Jonesboro LITTLE RQCK CAP) - - The Forrest City Mustangs pulled off the big upset of the day Wednesday, nudging Jonesboro 49-48 in a quarterfinal game of the slate Class AA basketball tournament here. Jonesboro, with a 25-6 record now. was a cofavorite in the state tournament. In the other game Wednesday, Fort Smith Southside eliminated Helena 80-58 to move into Hie semifinals against Forrest City Friday. In quarterfinal action today. Little Rock McClellan played Sylvan Hills and West Memphis ' took on Conway in a night game. K'inth-grader Arthur Banks partially blocked Mark Million's corner jumper with three seconds left to secure Forrest City's victory. The Mustangs had taken a 48-47 lead with 34 seconds left on a free throw by Charlie Hayes. Lawrence Cgchran sank another Forrest City free throw to make it 49^17, then with eight seconds left. Jonesboro's Preston Miller made the first end of a one-and-one, but missed the second. Jonesboro got the ball back with six seconds showing, and the Hurricane rushed the ball to Million for the last shot. The game was close throughout. The lead exchanged hands seven times in the second half. Mclvin Miller led Forrest City with 15 points and Billy Clark paced Jonesboro with 22. Forrest City now has a record of 16-13. Referee John McAulcy handed out 129 'minutes in penalties in the Philadelphia--Detroit skirmish with the Red Wings drawing 68 of them. The three third period fights all occurred in the final six minutes of the game. First Detroit's Larry Johnston and the Flyers' Dnve Scluiltx went at it and emerged with 15 penalty minutes apiece. Then Henry Boucha of the Wings and Rick MacLcish of Philadelphia had two bouts with both drawing major and misconducts and Bocha getting a game misconduct as well. Philadelphia's Bobby Clarke and Thommie Bergmann of Detroit concluded the evening's fight card with Clarke drawing seven penalty minutes and Bergmann getting five. As for the hockey, Mickey Redmond and Marcel Dionne scored two goals each for the Wings and Bill Flett had a pair for the Flyers, who blew an early 2-0 lead. With 15 games remaining for both teams, the Wings trail the Sabres by two points. Philadelphia's second place edge in the West was trjmmed to three points when Minnesota w h i p p e d California. Jude Drouin scored H pair ot goals for the North Stars. Minnesota also lost an early 2-0 edge but bounced back and look the lead for keeps on goals 73 seconds apart midway through the second period. Bucks Win 124-110 Sagging Defense Fails By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS When Seattle SuperSonics' Coach Bucky Buckwalter was asked about his team's defense against the Milwaukee Bucks that'sagged on Kareem Abdul- Jabbar Wednesday night and backfired, he said, "You give up and they take it somewhere else. They moved the ball well to get it to their strength." "T h e i r strength," better known as Abdul-Jabbar. scored 26 points and led the Bucks to a 12-1-110 National Basketball Association victory over the Su- perSonics. The Bucks also received 24 points from Bob Dandridge and Curtis Perry and Lucius Allen both added 21. Pery, who had missed 10 games with a badly sprained ankle and returned to action Sunday, led the Bucks in rebounds with 13. "We were concerned with his condition because he was out so long, but he was outstanding," Coach Larry Costello said. "My timing was o f f , especially on defense." Perry said. In other NBA action, Philadelphia beat Baltimore 102-96, Boston edged Golden State 118111, a n d Kansas City-Omaha edged Phoenix 109-107. The Su- perSonics opened a four-point lead in the third period before the Bucks pulled ahead to stay at 86-84 on two Oscar Robertson baskets with a minute remaining. Spencer Haywood of Seattle led both clubs with 36 points. Teammate Fred Brown, with a 12,4 point per game average, added 25. Bon May and Fred Carter scored clutch baskets in the final period and helped the 76ers defeat the Bullets. May scored 11 of his 15 points and Carter collected eight of the last 10 Philadelphia points in the final period as the 76ers won their ninth game ot season against 60 defeats. It was the fifth victory in the last seven games for the resur gent 76ers. In the American Basketbal Association, New York bea' Memphis 151-108, Kentucky blasted Virginia 117-97, Caro lina topped Denver 104-96 anc Indiana beat San Diego 109-106. Patsy's Girl Never Threatened In Race HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) -Patsy's Girl, Patricia Blass' stakes-winning filly, went to the front just out of the starting gate and was never threatened white winning the $10.000 feature race at Oaklawn Park. The 2-5 choice scored by three lengths over Dailey Search and eight other 3-year- old fillies and paid $3.00, $2.80 and $2.40. Dailey Search returned $7.40 and $4.60 and Autumn Olive paid $3.20 for show, Patsy's Girl, ridden by Sandy Hawley, covered the six furlongs in 1:11 3-5. Autumn Olive, a modest second choice, started a rally at midstretch and caught Honorable Miss in the final sixteenth to finish third by a neck. Dailey Search, going strongest nearing the finish, drove forward from sixth place at midstretcn to capture second by a neck. Patsy's Girl lost to Starkers and Game Lad in a recent out ing by less than a length. The latter two are consistent handi cap and allowance colts anc had to make up a four-length deficit to beat the filly. Hempens Jet, winner of the first race, and Arrived, winne of the second, combined for a daily double of $187.20. The crowd of 9,320 wagerec $1,024,765. Morton For Jarvis DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. The Montreal Expos sent right handed pitcher Carl Morton to the Atlanta Braves in a straigh player trade for right-handec pitcher Pat Jarvis. BARTON 12 BEAVER HOMES, Ltd. - - A New Concept In Mobile Homes If you have always thought that mobile home living was not for you because of their construction, the inconvenience of their arrangement, or maybe because of their outside appearance-we would like to invite you to come by Beaver Homes, Ltd., Hwy 71 South, Springdale. Take a look a! the "ail new" Sierra Homes. Sierra Homes are a new dimension in mobile home living... and BeaverHomes, Lid. in Springdale is the exclusive dealer for Northwest Arkansas. If you are one of those people who won't be satisfied with mobile homes you have seen in the past, then you owe if to yourself fo drive out to Beaver Homes Ltd, and look over the Sierra display park. Sierra Homes has a variety of sizes and arrangements from which to choose. From the very comfortable but economical 12x60 to the spacious and gracious 24x70. // you are thinking of building a house or buying a new mobile home, then yon oive yourself a trip to Beaver Homes, Ltd, BEFORE you make that all-important decision. When you leave, you will have the necessary knowledge to make the RIGHT decision! Beaver Homes, Ltd. -- Where you find people who make their living helping other people. Financing is available, of course. BEAVER HOMES, Ltd. Hwy 71 South, Springdale 751-1775 L '°y d Phi "'P s PatYocham Stan Sisemore Owner Secretory Safes Manager Central, Pine Bluff Win In Quarter-Finals LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The avorites won their quarterfinal ames Wednesday in the slate lass AAAA high school basket- all tournament here. Little Rock Central whipped 11 Dorado 66-58 and Pine Bluff umped Little Rock Hall 66-60. entral and the Zebras meat in ie semifinals at 1:30 p.m. Fri- ay. Pine Bluff is the only cam to have defeated Central vice this season. In quarterfinal games today, orth Little Rock Ole Main layed Little Rock Parkview nd Fort Smith Northside took Little Rock Catholic in a ight game. C e n t r a l , t h e conference liamp and tournament favor- e. had four players score in ouble figures. The Tigers trailed El Dorado t halftime 34-30, but they went head to stay with 3:10 left in third period on two free irows by Lanky Wells that nade the score 40-39. Charles Patillp. a junior, led ie Tigers with 16 points, tamer Couch and Cameron Altor scored 15 each and Wells dded 14. Earl Williams led El )orado with 19 points. EVERYBODY CAN BUY FACTORY DIRECT and SAVE!! "Cash and Carry" Special... FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY 14"x6" Chrome Wheel Only $1195 Exchange Any Size 78 Series 14" or 15" Highway RETREAD-Just Plus Tax MARSH'S RACIHG TIKIS HWY. 71 NORTH AT 71 BY-PASS - FAYETTEVIUE PHONE 442-8462 Low, low price on belted polyester. Special 4 plus 1.78fed. tax B78-13 (65043) whitewall tubeless. Tire Size E 7 8 x l 4 Plus Fed. 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