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April 24, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Cards Roll; Brock Steals Three Bases Bill Being Considered In Commons W»d, April 74, 1974 .·' Canadians Oppose WFL SAFE AT THIRD .. .Si. Louis' Lou Brock slides safely into third base during the jirst inning Tuesday night against the Houston Astros. Houston third baseman Doug Racier waits /or the late throw ajter Cards' Reggie Smith /lied out to center field. Brock tagged tip and went to third after the catch ST. LOUIS (AP) - Base- bull's Lou Brock, for all his fcnts, admits lie's still probing new horizons in the National League. The 34-year-old St. Louis Cardinals star .swiped three bases Tuesday nlglit In an 8-2 romp over the Houston Astros. "But you have to take them as they come," emphasized Brock, whose thefts boosted his niajor league-leading total to 11 in 17 games "I learned a long lime ago not to set goals," he added. "You create pressure for yourself that way. I'd ralhcr have the pressure on the oilier Icam "Slill, I think you'd find from my career record that seldom have I had 30 stolen bases a 1 the All-star break and seldom have I had even 25. "I've never had this kind ol start, not in base stealing," ac knowledgcd the holder of the r major league record for 50 or | more thefts nine straight years "You don't know from day to day what the situation's goinj, to be. There are times when you get to a base and you know your timing is not good." 70 IN '73 For Brock, whose 70 stole: bases in 1973 earoed a seventl NL title, the workout Tuesday night was a success from thi outset. The lithe left fielder singlei in the first Inning and stole 01 Astros rookie righthander Doui Konieczky's next pitch. He · was stranded at third base after that theft and file out in the third, But in th fourth, after Bake McBridc' single produced a 4-2 St. Loui lead, he again singled. Astros catcher John Edwarc vas on the mark with his thro 1 OTTAWA (AP) -- Canadian Health Minister Marc Lalondc gullied ground Tuesday In his attempt, to outlaw American football leagues, but whether he can go the full distance re- milns in question. Tho House of Commons gave pproval In principle lo La- onde's bill harming American rofessional foolball by n vole f 118 to 02. H niiw goes lo a ommlltce where witnesses can e called before it returns to lie Commons for final approval. Observers sniffing the politi il climate doubt whether Par lament will last long enough or the bill to complete the en .ire legislative process. The New Democrats, effec live balance of power in Ihe mi norily Commons, have in dicaled Ihcy might help dcfea he Liberal government afte .he budget is presented May 6. BILL TO BAN WKL Lalonde's bill is designed prl marily to ban the new Work Football League Toronto North men. But it would affect a" American professional foolba' With Victory Over Alexander Pattison Wins Second Net Crown By The Associated Press Andrew Pattison of Rhodesia defeated Australian John Alexander 6-3, 7-5 in Johannesburg Tuesday to win his second tennis title in 10 days and earn his second $10,000 first-prize check in the process. The 25-year-old Pattison, winner of the Monte Carlo World Championship Tennis Red Group event on April 14, got past Alexander to win the Clows Classic singles final. He teamed with American Jim McManus in the doubles, hoping for a third title, but the South African duo of Bob Hewitt and Frew McMillan scored a 6-4, 6-2, 7-6 triumph. In a WCT Blue Group match, it took John Newcombe two hours to score a 6-7, 6-2, 6-3 victory over 25-year-old Brian Fairlie of New Zealand in opening round action at the $50,000 Hollon Classic. Zeljko Franulovic of Yugoslavia cruised past Earl "Butch" Buchholz of St. Louis 7-5, 6 0 ; unseeded Dick Crealy of Australia- upset California's Jeff Borowiak 6-1, 7-6, and Charles Pasarell tripped Australia's Ovyen Davidson 6-4, 6-2 in other first-round matches at the Holton. . : Second-seed Rod Laver held off fellow Australian' Colin Dibley 7-6, 6-4 in a first-round WCT Green Group match. Meanwhile,, Roscoe Tanner clipped Vladimir Zednik of Czech oslovakia 6-3, 6-7, 6-3; Harold Solomon of Silver Spring, Md. defeated Bill Brown of Omaha 6-0, 6-4, and American Tom Ed- .efsen outlasted Sweden's Ove Bcngtson 6-3, 1-6, 7-6. ; At a $50,000 women's tennis circuit event in Philadelphia, Rosemary Casals of San Fran Cisco coasted to a 6-2, 6-'. triumph over Pat Bostrom ol Seattle in the first-round.match. Helen Gourlay of Tasmania ousted Sally Greer of Miami 6 2, G-3! Kathy Kuykendall won a two-hour struggle with a 6-4, 5 7, fl-3 decision against Marcie Louie of San Francisco, and Ja net Newberry of La Jolla, Ca lif., dropped Kristy Pigeon 7-5 6-1 -- also in first-round play. o second but Brock was tlier irst and later scored on Reggie smith's sacrifice fly. In the sixth he doubled with me out, scooted to third on a vide Don Wilson pitch and trot- ed home on Ted Sizemore's single over third. Brock was asked the inevi- able question of whether the majors record of 104 thefts by OuachitaWins Track Event From A1C Foes ARKADELPHIA. Ark. (AP -- Ouachita Baptist Univcrsil swept three relay events to wi a track meat against two othe Arkansas Intei-collegiate Cor ference members here Tuesda night. Ouachita -took the meet wit 83 points. Henderson had 48 an the University of Arkansas- Monticello finished with · points. OBU's 440-yard relay tea ran a 41.9 -- almost three se onds better than any other se son performance in the AIC. Henderson broke a 12-ye;. old school record with a 42 clocking in the 440-yard relay Maury Willis in 1962 was out of reach. "It could be attained," he conjectured, "but not with me. I think to steal 100 bases you've got to 'steal third base 20 to 25 imes a year. "I don't think we're going to lave- the kind of season where I'm going to need to steal thirc that often, but I guess if you're caught up in the pressure late any thing's possible." Two persons ran under tl 10-second mark in 100-ya. dash. Joe Smith of Hetidersc ran a 0.8, and Terry Crawfo of Ouachita was clocked at 9,! Lewis Pike of Henders equaled his best time of t season in the 120-yard high hu dies with a 14.3 clocking. agues and would set a limit the number of American jyers allowed on . Canadian o football teams. Toronto businessman John F. assett, president of the Northen, has said he intends to ve his team playing In July, atomic says no. fiasselt, reached ville, said, "It was not uncx-. If the NDP does help defeat peeled. But It (the legislation) has to go to Committee and it still has lo have a third reading. "I'm just glad the government can now gel back to serious Canadian business like it ought to be doing instead of the government month, however, In Louis- fooling around with football. early there likely will be an early July election Tlmt would mean Parliament would have only about two weeks to deal with the con troverslal football bill. Committee study alone will tak». much longer. BOURBON You discovered something recently: I.W. Harper is a. beautiful drink. It has the great taste, the smoothness you heard about... but didn't quite believe. Now you believe. KHARF I. W. HARPER. From Kentucky Distillery No. 1 · PrcolKtntutky SlritgH Bombon Whiikey · © 1974 I.W. Haipti Oiinll n; Co.. lomiville. Ky. 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