The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on November 11, 1974 · Page 37
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 37

Corpus Christi, Texas
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Monday, November 11, 1974
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By Rouion sportspourr CORPUS CHRIST1 TIMES. Mon., Nov. H, 1974 SD Liberty Eyes Baylor MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- Baylor and Arkansas are among ax teams still under consideration as opponents for Maryland for the Dec. 16 Liberty Bowl here. A spokesman for the bowl's selection committee said that D. .££*.l^ as a result of Saturday's games, the schools that remain in the PUTTQIO running besides the two Southwest Conference teams are Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky and Pittsburgh. Sun Gets North Caroling CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) -- North Carolina hap accepted * bid to the Sun Bowl in El Paso, where the Atlantic Coast Gwerence football team will face Mississippi State on Dec. 28. Athletic Director Homer £ic« said the decision came after tiw players voted unanimously to accept the bid. On Saturday, "" """"'-lost to Clemson 54-32. IF YOU D I D N ' T C A L L EMPORARY YOU PAID TOpiyjycH ACTION !! WHOM*? ******* TEMPORARY PWSION Padre Staples Mail 991-7900 Maintains Lead 'Super Bow)' Planned DAYTON, Ohio (AP) ^-Dayton's Convention Center will be the scene of an unprecedented bowljpg "Super Bowl" next May. The nation's top professional, amateur, college and military bow|ers, both men and women, will compete in separate tournaments spread over a five-day period. The tournament, expected to become an annual event, will beheld the second week in May after the American Bowling Congress tournament winds up May 7 in the Convention Center, Hornets Say They'll Play CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - In the spirit of show biz, the Charlotte Hornets say Wednesday's show jn Memphis will go on fs scheduled, despite a late payroll and missing equipment. Ust Wednesday, the sheriff of Caddo parish, La., locked yp the World Football League club's equipment under a court order sought by 9 New York firm. The plaintiffs claimed the Hornets owed them more than $26,000 for cleaning and other services while the club was the New York Stars. Then last Friday, General Manager Upton Bell told the players that there was not enough money in the bank to cover their payroll checks. Bell gave the players their checks Sunday, but told them not to cash them until Tuesday "at the earliest." Player representative John Elliott said that the turn 6f events had upset some players but that no boycott of Wednesday's game against Memphis was in the works. In Shreveport, La., a spokesman for the Caddfc Parish Sheriff's Department said the Hornets' equipment was still locked up in a bonded warehouse. He said an attorney for the team would have to appear before a district judge to seek release of the equipment. Since today is a local holiday, no such action could be taken before Tuesday. Tennis Rained Out HONG KONG (AP) -- Three days of tropical storm rain finally forced cancellation of the $50,000 Hong Kong Tennis . Tournament at the semifinal stage today, with the top four singles players and doubles teams to split top prize money. A tournament spokesman said the rain-plagued tournament was canceled because the top players had to meet playing commitments at Manila. Australians John Newcombe and Ken Rosewall, Onny Parun of New Zealand and Roscoe Tanner of the United States reached the singles semifinals and each will collect $4,600 in the four-way split. Each of the four semi finalist doubles team will receive $1,200, or $600 a player. Ashe Wins Easily STOCKHOLM (AP) -- American Arthgr Ashe. at the top of his game, overpowered Tom Okker of The Netherlands 6-2,6-2 and won the $100,000 Stockholm. Open Tennis Tournament Sunday. Okker, 30, now has an 8-1S record against Ashe. Okker salvaged something from the day, however, when he teamed with Marty Riessen to beat Bob Hewitt and Frew McMillan in «he doubles final, 2-6,6-3,6-4. Expansion Racers Win Third in Row By Th* Associate* frtss "Basically our game is to get . the puck and start shooting," e x p l a i n e d Buffalo Sabres' Coach Floyd Smith. "We have quite a few guys who can put the puck in the net." The Sabres made believers out of Pittsburgh Sunday night, battering the Penguins 8-3. The victory ran the Sabres' unbeaten string to seven games and kept them five points ahead of second-place Boston in the Nar tional Hockey League's Division 4.. "We got on top of them didn't let up." said Smith, after watching his club skate to a 4-0 first-period lead and coast home. "We like to get the other team on the defensive. Our guys are working hard and getting good results from their work." Elsewhere in the NHL, Philadelphia banked California 3-0. Boston shaded Atlanta 4-3, Montreal walloped Washington 11-1 and Vancouver beat Detroit 4-2. Center Gil Perreault scored twice and collected three assists for the Sabres. Philadelphia's Bernie Parent recorded his third shutout of the season and Bill Clement scored twice for the Flyers. Terry Crisp got the other Philiy goal on a 50-foot shot. Phil Esposito and Wayne Cashman tallied third-period goals to carry Boston past Atlanta. Esposito now has 15 goals for the season. Tom Lysiak scored twice for the Flames. Henri Richard scored tw6 goals arid had three assists as Montreal battered the expansion Capitals. Guy Lefleur also tallied twice for the Cana- diens. W a s h i n g t o n ' s losing streak is now at 10 games, five short of the N H L record. Andre Boudrigs and Dennis Ververgaert collected one goal and one assist apiece in the first period for Vancouver. It v,as only the second Canuck victory on Detroit ice in Vancouver's five-year history. By The Associated Press Indianapolis walloped Michigan 6-1 Sunday night in the ' World Hockey Association and there was a lot of talk about togetherness, or lack of same, ^afterwards. "We're finally getting our offense together." said Racers' Coach Jerry Moore. "We're gelling the first goal and we're killing penalties off." "We're not getting together as a team." countered Stags' Coach Johnny Wilson. "As soon as another team appears on the ice something goes wrong. They mesmerize us." Bob Whitlock notched his eighth goal of the season as the expansion Indianapolis club, which won just one of its first nine games, recorded its third slraight triumph. It was the Stags' fifth straight loss and their ninth in 11 games. In other WHA action, Minnesota bombed Phoenjx }(M, Edmonton dumped Cleveland 4-1, Toronto buried Chicago 7-0 and San Diego got by Quebec 4-3. J i m H a r g e a v e s , G a r y Bredin, Bob Fitchner, Jim Wiste and Joe Robertson c o l l e c t e d t h e o t h e r Indianpolis goals. Mike Walton scored three goals and added two assists in Minnesota's romp over Phoenix. Defenseman Barry Long scored twice in the third period'_ to lead Edmonton to victory. It was the first WHA game played in the new Edmonton Coliseum. Toronto goalie Gilles Gratton recorded his first shutout of the season and Wayne Dillon and . Tom Simpson scored first-peri-' odgoals against Chicago. ; Brian Morenz got t h e . decisive goal at 7:43 of the final j period in San Diego's win over Quebec. Wayne Rivers added two goals for the Mariners. Ex-Eagle Shot PHILADELPHIA (AH) -Nate Ramsey, a Philadelphia Eagles' defensive back for six years, remains hospitalized in serious condition with bullet wouxis suffered in a gun battle at a West Philadelphia bar during which a suburban Bucks County man was killed. With me, AMF bowling balls are a smash hit. I'm atenpin, and I've seen them all. But there's one brand of bowling balls that gets to me the most: AMF. One of them is that Dick Weber All-Pro bowling ball, built bigger to score bigger. And if you like those new polyester plastic balls, AMF has them in your choice of colors. My color is black and blue. You can ,, buy AMF bowling balls only in the bowling centers and pro shops listed below, because they know best how to fit'em. AMF balls are too good to be sold by amateurs! COtPUS CHtlSTi Aycrs Lanes 3211 Ayers Gulf Bowl 3211 Padre Is. Dr. MCALliM McAllen Bowl 3521 N. ICHh MISSiOM Grapefruit Bowl Hwy. 83 S. yt res tone No matter how busy you are... THERE'S GAR SERVICE TIME FOR NOW! Come in to Firestone TODAY! Don't wait until you HAVE to get your car repaired* REPACK GREASE SEALS Repack front wheel bearings and install new grease seals Drgiri brake cars only at this price. Irc s tonc SERVICE COUPON FRONT-END ALIGNMENT Our skilled mechanics wjll pet caster, camber and to«-jn to original specifications. NO ADDITIONAL CHARQE for factory air or torsion bar cars. LUBE and OIL CHANGE Includes up to 5 quarts of American cars Parts extra, if nacdod Regular price, '12,75 I THIS WEEK O/VLK. BRING IN THIS COUPON TODAYI SE88 5 FOREVER BATTERY Our finest passonpror car lialtery -- .is l on TV. Exchange TIE BOO ENDS Replace worn tie rod ends. Pricr doivs not include alignment. Includes parts and labor. American cars, except GM'71 and later. ENERGY-SAVING TUNB--UP Tnclgdes new plupr;, points, condenser; adjust carburetor; nnd check charging system. Add *2.00 for 8-cyl. Some air-cond. cars extra. Add 3(X aach for resistor plugs. FRONT DISC ROTOR SERVICE Ftppl.-icc fnmt disc pnd.* Machine both front ^^ American cir Cilipers rebuilt *14.88 each SINGLE PISTON SYSTEM Call lor appointment to »void delay. TIRE ROTATION Qnt riiaximum wear from your tires sa 88 I We'll inflate them to proper pressure. ALL NEW RECORD ALBUM FOR 1974! · Feature.-) the stereo sound and nostalgic warmth of Christmas in America. · Several exclusive recordings. · I ncludes America's favorite performers: Ring Crosby, Ann« Murray, Glen Campbell, Fred Waring and the Pfinnsylvanians, Donna Fargo, The Lettermen, Nat King Cole, end others! Limil one per cus'omcr; additional S3.98c»ch. Available ONLY at Firettone BRAKE OVERHAUL I n s t a l l IfmnR.sand rebuild cylinders on .ill 4 w)iccls, arc linings, turn drums, install NEW return springs, repack front bearings and inspect system. Drum type AUL AMERICAN CARS (except luxury) Includes ALL parts listed Add $6 for each NEW wheel cylinder. MONROE AIR SHOCKS c *r level when pulling trailer -- (rosily n d j u s t to widely varying loads. WhitewalU proportionately low priced. Discount Prices on 3 popular sizes s I l l Size 6.00-13 Blackwall Plus s 1.80F.E.T. and old tire. 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