Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on July 25, 1974 · Page 30
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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 30

Lubbock, Texas
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Thursday, July 25, 1974
Page 30
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6-C—LUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL- Blazers Take 15-3 Win Over Houston ORLANDO. Fla. (AP) — i yard field goal for Houston in Rookie running bick Tommy the fourth quarter, capping Deamon scored on a 15-yard Houston’s only sustained drive, run and caught an action point Roth Florida scores were set pass Wednesday night to boost up by Houston fumbles. Quar the Florida fllazers to a 15 3jtcrback Mike Taliafero fumbled World Football League win on the Houston 49 in the first over the Houston Texans. eight plays later. Tight end Greg Latta. anoth Heamon scored «in a run er Florida rookie, also scored;arounc' r|R^t cnd two plays on a 28-yard pass from veteran 1 «1 Micro fumbled in the quarterback Bob Davis. quarter. Charlie Durkee kicked a U.|.JSe.n V„iC,i"2 ,Ki',ri,la's __— --------------------------------------third in a row, f.rmJy entrench Thursday Morning, July 25, 1974 1 Mi llvalde, Graham Cop BR Wins PL AINVI EW (Special) Uvalde and Graham capturod victories Wednesday night in the West Texas 14 15-year old Babe Ruth tournament here Uvalde eliminated Plainview 3-1 end Graham eliminated little field 7-6 from the meet. In a late game Wednesday, Pampa took on Tri Cities (Denver City. Seminole Seagraves and Plains). In games played Tuesday. Tri Cities defeated Littlefield 8-3 and Pnmpa defeated Plainview 5-1. Lubbock West was eliminat ed by Uvalde 11-6 in eight in nings. Today, the Pampa-Tri Cities loser will take on Uvalde at 6 p m. with the Pampa Tri Cities winner to face Graham at 8:30. The two winners today will play at 6 p.m. Friday in a possible] douhleheader for the championship. ing the Blazers in the first piace in the WFL Eastern Divi sion. Houston is now 12. A crowd announced by the Blazers at 15.729 turned out in the rain for the game. Bolding Breaks Hurdles Mark TURIN, Italy (AP) — Jim Bolding of Ixw Angeles broke the world record for the 440- yard low hurdles Wednesday with a ckx-king of 48.7 seconds. The time was one-tenth of a second faster than the existing world mark, established by Ralph Mann at Des Moines. I nva in 1970. The 24-year-old Bolding, com pcting in the 400 meter hurdles at the Turin International Track Meet, made arrangements before the race with officials to let him go the addition a! distance in an effort to crack the record. Bolding won the 400 meter event in 48.3, well off the world standard of 47.8 for that distance. Hub City Colt All-Stars Fall To Tulsa 2-0 TULSA, OKLA. (Special) — Craig Ferguson held the Lubbock Colt All Stars to two hits as the hosting Tulsa team whipped the Lub* bockites 2-0 in first round action of the Colt League Sectional Tournament here Wednesday night. Tonight at 6:30. the Lubbock team faces Lawton, Okla., in what could be there final game of this double elimination tourney. R-icbard Bowles or Tim Leslie will pitch for Lubbock. Scott Gardner took the loss Wednesday night allowing only six hits in the process. Back to-back singles in the third and fifth innings gave the Tulsa team its two runs. Ken Toney and Marvin Simpson got the only two hits for Lubbock, both singles. There were no extra- base hits in the ball game. Memphis Team Gets New Name MEMPHIS (AP) The Memphis American Basketball Associatio franchise is now the Memphis Sounds, owner Mike Store said Wednesday. In making the announcement, Storen said the name was chosen because it was obvious and appropriate for a team located in a city with a long musical history. CONGRATULATIONS—-Sparky Anderson (10) coach of the National League and Cincinnati Reds’ manager, congratulates Reggie Smith of the St. Louis Cardinals as he passes third base after hitting a home run in the seventh inning of the All-Star game in Pittsburgh Tuesday night. The National League won 7-2. (AP Wirephroto) No Strike Meetings Slated Between Players, Owners WASHINGTON (AP) meetings between the National Football League ovmers and the striking players appear on the horizon, it was learned Wednesday. The players, however, reportedly met with James Scearce, Dual Main Event Tops Mat Action Ricky Romero defeated Karl Von Steiger in the Mexican Death Match and Dick Murdock defeated Ernie Ladd to retain his International Heavyweight Championship in a dual main event Wednesday night at the wrestling matches at Fair Park Coliseum. Okio Sato and Nick Kozak battled Jim Dillon and Ben Justice to a 30-minute time-limit draw in a tag-teaim match, while Segfred Stanke stopped Lloyd Hayes in other action. In the opening match of the card, The Patriot defeated Alex Perez. No the federal mediator, for about an hour Tuesday night, but neither the union nor the government official would comment on what took place. It was understooori, however, that the purpose of the meeting was to fill an W. J. Usery, head of the federal mediation service, on details of what had taken place to date and on the players’ position. Apparently, no such meeting with the owners has been scheduled. Negotiations between the warring parties broke off Monday, and Scearce said at the time that no further sessions would be scheduled until it appeared a possible settlement could be reached. The players union struck July Sun Rallies Past Jacksonville 22-19 FRIDAYS flril K»cfi 41)0 Yd* Angel Jet Julie Hanking FtBar Sunday Triple Stzz Rugged Drlva Saint's Banjo Hustling Jet Little Whizz call It Hv Moon Bar Sfcnml Race | Far. 1.x Martina My Old Maid Lady Binary Grumpy* Joy Boh Speck Etamnad# Mlaty City Uke Swift Mias Bever Ridge Mr. While Heels Third Rao 400 Yd* Ohsldlan Prince Seems Hopeful Breezing Moon Moon O' War E«*v Straw Heart* Gal Bykid Mi HIJa Husky Moon Neighbor Rex Jet One Eleven Fourth Rao« o Fur. Rose Circle Terrlehelle Stiu- g Derision Prexy Charm Lil's Moment Cool Doll l,ady Cruiser Fifth Race R, Fur. Beld and Flashy Undvlng Love Speedy Search Good* Roman Bello Vista Marla's Deal B"rtinette W'av done Really Country Shesa Dunca Sixth Race g Fur. Little Hot Talk Prexy's Taffy Leandy Perfect Pilot Tru Iron Cappv Fox Vrenlh Rare 400 Yd*. Bar Dearie Maba Easy N’o Re pi v Sharm Olo loancutlt Edeth Ana fleotl* Native Roglta Breeze Moon Doctor Hurry Jet Shawnee Jr. Regal Racer The Chaparral Clclone Eighth Rare 440 d> Peggy’* Royal Some Ola Man Asquaha Basura 118 115 121 021 113 118 113 113 3 A 4 YOS Maidens 111 106 111 122 116 106 111 an HI 116 120 120 120 tv 120 020 120 4 YOS 4 Fp 115 115 a,tr> 130 117 117 115 2 YOS Maidens 110 119 119 Ufi 119 114 119 119 119 3 YOS 116 121 113 10S 115 118 2 YOS 113 D8 118 118 118 113 lfi 118 Ufi Ufi 118 118 11 « Ufi * Fp Ufi 113 118 118 Windham City 121 Jet Bar Don 113 Jack Simon 121 116 Step And Gone Top Tew 113 Miss Bar Danger IIS Bombadier 113 Mr. Joe Weaverrfi Top Moon Too 115 southern Cause 116 Ninth Kara 5'/» Fur. 4 vos & i n Fee 121 Dan’s Reward 106 Cimarron Jet 116 Straight Landing 11« Disco Charge 116 Ole Wrangler 116 I.illyplnkput Bagdad Express 103 116 Greek’s Fool 118 George Roby ufi Sin Dlentes Ufi Confine re Ufi Pin Strup Ufi Tenth Race 350 Yd*3 YOS & Fp Count Six a,18 Go Kartherfaster 113 Unbeatable Moon 115 Ton Moon Master321 Lobow113 Smooth Pebble 115 rail Me Buddy115 Jeep Jeep 118 Max Trax 128 Jadv's JewelUS Miss Ho* Lips us Big Profit 118 MrsPnt 115 Negotiable 118 (Eleventh Race 5',i Fur. Itti OS King For Queen 111 Sooner BlrdmanUfi Co Starring112 E| Tasador 11« Sue Realm 111 Ria dream .109 Katie's Kitchen 109 Doe Partle103 Noor Man Ufi Roman Envoy 119 Bosque Redondo llfi Eiko Chan 114 t^dybugging 117 Pocket King 122 Twelfth Race 870 Yd* 3 YOS & Fp Berseem Bar Ufi Moolah Go 116 Noland 121 WTiite Lightening 12 Jetwilgo 118 Full Measure Ufi Mr Tres Rar Jr 113 On Silent in fi Mr Rock'n Roll 121 Romaway Ufi 11S Zee's Breeze Oil Red Bep Brother 121 Pals Top Speed Ufi Mr Three Deep 118 all Jack­ points on four field -of 23. 29, OPEN DAILY JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP)| Jerry Davis. The run for the Rookie quarterback Tony!action point failed. Adams arched a 40-vard touch- Grant Guthrie pit down pass to Dave Williams on sonville’s first half the last play of the game to ¡the scoreboard! with give the Southern California goals—a WFL record Sun a comeback 22-19 victory 27 and 42 yards, over the Jacksonville Sharks Wednesday night in a World Football League game. Jacksonville took the lead on the first play of the fourth quarter when quarterback Kay Stephenson fired a 16-yard pass to Tony Lomax. The Sharks appeared in command when they stopped a Sun drive midway through the final period. But Adams, from Utah State, drove the Sun 80 yards in nine plays in the final 2% minutes. He hit short tosses to Jamas McAlister and Williams. On fourth down and six yard to go at midficld, he found Kermit Johnson at the 40 with seven seconds on the clock. The Sun took its last time out and Adams then lofted the winning throw. Williams caught it deep in the left corner of the end zone over Jacksonville’s àâiÈ OUSE. inc. WHOLESALE TOOLS Electric, Air, & Hand Tools 513-17th St., Lubbock, Tx.763-70057n COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE • Tune-Ups • Alignment • Brakes, etc. ART’S AUTOMOTIVE 4710-B 4th St. 792-9666 71Î "behind the Ranch Burger" 1 after reaching an impasse with the owners over a new contract. 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