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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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NorthwMt Arkanwt TIMES, Thun., Moy 2, 1974 FAVtrTlVILLt. ARKANSAS In Bidding War With WFL NFL Wins Big Battles ASSOCIATED J'RKSS tional Football League of its most productive 1974 Wednesday . . . season still is five wav. S'FL generally has two lines of attack in g lo blunt the effect of , Hie World Football and the established :ored victories on both rea is the courtroom. The other Is the bargaining table. In Dallas, a State District Court judge issued a temporary injunction prohibiting the WFL from grabbing any more players from the Dallas Cowboys. Meanwhile in Philadelphia. Harold Carrnichacl signed with the Eagles, and in Los Angeles, Tom Mack signed with Ihe Rams, both players turning down larger money offers from the WFL. Carmichael. a wide receiver who led the league with 67 receptions last year, signed a three-year contract for an estimated $175,000. Mack, an All-Pro offensive guard who played out his option and would have become a free agent Tuesday midnight, signed a multiyear contract. Carmichael's attorney, James N. Sol a no. elaborated on what could become a NFL rallying cry: "More considerations than just money." "We did tu. !i down more money from the WFL than we got from the Eagles." Solano said. "But you have to figure that playing in the NFL, with its pension - plan, other fringe b e n e f i t s , endorsements, is worth J500.000. "So actually there is not thai substantial a difference between the WFL and NFL offers." That's apparently the NFL line in its battle to stay com- NL Castoffs Give Angels Good Pitching Manager Bobby Winkles of the California Angels t h i n k s he has "a pretty darn good hal club." thanks to contributions from the National League--. What do Nolan Ryan, Bil Singer and Bill Stoncman hi in common as pitchers? All Hand Pittsburgh Another loss Reds Profit From Ellis' Mildness By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dock Ellis mowed them 'down Wednesday night--literally.' Losing all control, the Pittsburgh Pirate pitcher hit Cincinnati's first three batters and not only · caused some dis- 'he last pitcher to do it was Raul Sanchez of Cincinnati in 960. In the National League's other games, the San Francisco Jiants bombed the Philadelphia I " RANDY JACKSON CTIMESpholo By Ken Good) ,'j. ,oj (lie University of Arkansas lost Ms match lo Gary Boss o/ Austin Peay here Wednes- ·Zjjay, but as Razorback Coach Jell Cook said lo his senior leader, "You've had a great career" * i are fa Final Dual Net Meet ^Austin Peay Thumps Porkers M Ily GRANT HALL , Z T1MKS Sporls Editor ".-·Sports-wise, Austin Peay Uni- vtrsity is know a principally as 'l£ c stomping ground of ·teskclballcr Fly Williams. Here XfC d n e s d a y , however, (he idwrksvlllc, Term., school beat '·^ very good Arkansas tennis I*m 8-1. *.SFhc Governors are now 20-3 the season, having lost only Tennessee, Kentucky and c 5 1 c r n Kentucky. They 'currently occupy first place in tfic Ohio Valley Conference. · ; -Z'\Ve'cl never had an o«t- fejnciing tennis program until ^'ffflir ye.irs ago," said Coacl -Z|prm Kalkhoff. "That's whcr i»e began recruiting forclgt . jleyers." . ^Wednesday, Austin Pcaj Yfciyed. three Chileans, two Aus ;'tilians and a Costa Hican. =Dennis Boyd ; :§Picks Tech : - CRUSSELLVILLE -- Denni ·Jfcyd. 6-3 AH-Rcgion AAA-Wes I^iard of Spring[lale, has signc ;*$ A r k a n s a s Intercollegiali f nfercnec lottcr-nf-hilcnl t iv basketball at Ai'kansa ch, according to Tech heai 'pEach Ted Lvons. -,;Boyd, the son of Mr. and Mrs ' ; JM-' Boyd of 1008 Maycs ^lyringrlale. averaged 17 point ·· a»id nine rebounds per gam ;jj4sl season for Coach Philli ·^fenders' Bulldogs. A three yea .-Sorter, he was the team' 'Upiriing rcbounder as a junio ·Hajid was the leading scorer ? £t* senior. He averaged 52 pe "*iftnt from the field. . CAmong the honors achieve ;*· Boyd during his career wa s- 1 aft!-star status for three con ·£*cutivc years (1972-73-7-!) Hjtflp a n n u a l Springriale Invila ·fctfonal Tournament. He also ha ii oui stand ing record as pi lifter and second baseman i .*"%)nngdale baseball circles. ,r- Coach Sanders describe ^iBoyrt as "nne of the finest at' *,i!ties I've ever coached -- ^(fcmnlete basketball player an ^lifei outstanding individual." lS«"^ c certainly will be a j-j^jiOv to Tech's basketball pr ;.;*ain." Sander? adds. i= i- Boyd v\as ?ignert by Tec |Ji*i=tani St:m Duller, who ha ! *$'.?· CfJirirnt-nt: ·i* "Dennis is a complete playe *^Bi biggest assei is his shoot in ;Sility. He's also a good leape · Jffiindlcs the ball very well, ai ^*tti'~ gond sixc for a colic, v5£iarrL Dennis is a very dec r *^tod. dependable young who v.v feel can be a big a? £ A r k a n s a s Tech basketball." ^Successful Surgery ;. -KANSAS CITV (AP) -jfl-irht-hander N'ehon Briles "J«P Kansas City Royals ^11! ·^Eligible to return to the line C'-^me 22 following knee surge "5 i ?cribvii as "very successful - ^ t T h e former St- Louis Care .jfgjb and Pittsburgh Pi rat Tljtcber should be w a l k i n g wit ,-lj a week, said Dr. Paul Me -7j»r. team physician. .^r Briies injured the knee mitring training and reinjured '"5Btfr 11 innings of work durii ;jfeg regular season. have a savings program juid interest rate to mee jour needs. Lfoyetteville Savings Loon Association 1*1 N. Etrt Avane 3 n i h Australians, Noel illips and Gary J3oss. hail im Sydney, as does Arkansas' mber one player, Brian key. The three had been quaintcd before, but Phillips d Sakey had never met in inns before Wednesday. STARTS FAST Sakcy started quickly and ok the first set 7-5. winning e point with a lob volley and other with three straight trieves of overhead smashes. lillips showed great range in : racket-throw with a fling some 80 feet, but had trouble herwisc. Phillips got control of himsell the second and third sets owever. lie broke Sakey's crve five times in winning 6-4 2. Snid K a l k h o f f : "You have to calize that Phillips is a senior ith a 17-3 record, and Sakci s a freshman. Sakey will be omething else by the time tie's junior". T h e Razorbacks' Rand; ackson had already lost fi-2 2 to Boss in the number thre latch. Austin Peay went up 4-1 hen Poncho Sanhireza of Chili dged Joe Hickey 6-4, 7-6 a umber two and Jorge Jimene f Costa Rica beat Mike Vog ·3. 3-6, 7-5 at number four. Play proceeded at the Uo[. ourts for an hour through rizzlo, bu! was halted afte om Grisak and TJrucc Clar! lipped and fell, anrl .lackso layed in sloe-king feet i oubles. The teams repaired t ic men's gym, where Manue josada of Chile clinched thing vith a 7-5, C-7, 7-5 win over lickey. NO SKUNK Austin Peay bid fair to skunk he Razorbacks. as Mario Valle f Chile whipped Clark 6-4, 0-3; ^hillips and Jimenez downed lickey and Jackson (i-3, fi-3 at lumber one doubles; anri the loss-Valle tandem won 81 ! over Irisak and Clark at number hree doubles. It was left to Sakcy anil Vog], vho entered their match with i '22-1 record, to avert the ihutout. They lost the first sel io Sanhueza and Losatla 6-7. bu the second 6-2. The thirc set went to G-6, and ttien to 4 in a nine-point tiebreaker. Sakpy hit a good serve, and jumped away from the r e t u r n just in time to sec it clear the end line. For the first time all year, he let out an Australian victory whoop and gave Vogl a koala bear hug. "We couldn't let them beat us 9-0," he explained. Asked by Hickey bow former National League standouts now comprising three- quarters of the Angels' starting rotation. "Hey, that's right," Winkles said with a grin Wednesday after Stone-man earned his first American League victory in California's 4-2 decision over the slumping Boslon Red Sox. FOUR GOOD ONES "Those three and my 20-year- Id kid, rookie Frank Tanana, ive us four solid starting itchers," Winkles said. "There re some nonhflievers arpund, ut we're not a bad call club Ve're in second place and now ve're going home Ihinking Winkles used his three Na tional League castotfs as the- Angels snapped a fivt-game losing streak and swept three-game scries with the Rec Sox. who have lost eight comfort but also tied a major league record. "I've never seen anyone that wild." said Cincinnati Manager Sparky Anderson after Ellis' control problems led to a 5- victory over the Pirates. "I've never'seen anyone hit the first three batters like that." Pete Rose, Joe Morgan Dan Driessen were struck ii the back by Ellis pitches ant thai tied a record held by eighf others. Emerson Hawley did 11 twice--with St. Louis in 187 and with Pittsburgh in 1896 Phillies Padres 13-8; beat the San Diego the Montreal Expos 5-1; the Atlanta Braves nipped the St. Louis Cardinals 6-5; the Houston Astros tripped the Chicago Cubs 11-7 and; GIANTS 13, PHILLIES S Doubles by Garry Maddox. Bobby Bonds and Steve pnti- yeres sparked a nine-run, fijfth- inning rally Francisco's delphia. The Giants sent 15 batters to the plate in the fifth, over coming a 6-3 Philadelphia- lead with six hits and six bases on that powered Sa rout of Phila balls. PADRES 5, EXPOS 1 R o o k i e Dave Freisleben pitched a four-hitter for his sec jnd: victory in as many majo league starts, leading Sa Diego over Montreal for it fifth straight victory. ASTROS 11, CUBS 7 Houston's Lee May hit a pai sngle. rggerrig Alana paseaon of two-run singles, rallyin Houston past Chicago. DODGERS 2, METS I Steve Gurvey's rim-scorin single in-the Hth inning off r lief pitcher Harry Parker le T.os Angeles over New Yorl Tom Seaver pitched splendidl for the Mets, striking out a m jor league '.season high of batters before retiring after .innings. etitive with .the WFb in th* idding. . · · · And Paul .Brown, coach and en'eral manager of the NFL's ncinnati Bengals, gave the amc advice to Bill 'Bergey ·hen the star linebacker- was eighing a WFL offer of »525,- 00 for three years from th« 'irginia Ambassadors. · "1 said. 'Bill, sometimes ' al! hat glitters isn't gold,'" Brown testified in Cmcm- lati's district court where the Bengals have filed a prel)im- lary injunction against . Bcr- gey who (lid accept t h e . b f l e r , rt' the WFL. "He said, 'Coach, the figure* e beautiful,'" Brown added. The loss of Carmichael and Mack, w h o m - t h e WFL was -ourting, was a disappointment, nil Ihe decision in Dallas has he more serious implications 'or the new league.: BERGEY SIGNS ·' Bergey signed - for the 1975 season 'since he had another year o n - h i s Cincinnati-contract init his name gave prestige and publicity to the Virginia franchise, commodities,it needs as it opens its first season this fall. ·· - . But if the injunction against the WFL tampering with .the Dallas players slicks--and the WFL has 20 days to appeal-then the rest of the NFL might be inclined to go to court.- This could prevent the WFL from · making f u t u r e ' signings, depriving the league of publicity and commitments' from established players. · · . their last nine starts. In the other America League games, the New Yor Yankes beat the Oakland A' 4-3; the Detroit Tigers nippe the Kansas City Royals 2-1; the Milwaukee Brewers routed the Texas Rangers and the close he came to playing the last ball of the match, Sakcy said, "J had me racket back." Said Kalkhoff. "I never dreamed we'd win 8-1. This was one of our belter efforts of the year. Arkansas finished its regular season with a 23-5 record. Coach Jeff Cook hones to take Chicago White Sox blanked the Baltimore Orioles 2-0. YANKEES 4, A's 3 Bobby Murcer and Ron B!om- bcrg started the eighth inning with doubles, powering Mc-w York over Oakland. Murcer got his first hit of the two-game series, an opposite-Held bloop double to left off Jim "Catfish" Hunter and Blornberg, who tied the score with a sixth-inning homer, followed wilh a double to right. The Yankees battled from behind three times, lying the score 3-3 when Blomherg belted Hunter's first pitch of the sixth inning for his fourth homer this year. TIGERS 2, ROYALS 1 Lerrin LaGrow's five - hit pitching and Ed Brinkman's two-run sin four players Tournament in June 17-22, the NCAA Los Angeles, helped Detroit beat Kansas City for the Tigers' fourth straight victory. Al Kaline and Willie Ilorton started Delroil's game winning rally in the second inning with singles. Jerry Moses was walked intentionally, filling the bases. With one- out, Brinkman delivered his single that scored Kaline and Horton. The Royals' run was unearned. AT YOUR ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE'S ANNUAL MEETING Registration Begins 4:00 pjru SATURDAY May 18 Business Session 7:00 p.m. WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS FAYETTEV1LLE, ARKANSAS Ozarks Electric Cooperative Corporation OPEN DAILY 9.10; SUN. CLOSED FRIDAY, SATURDAY Green f/ii/mb SPECIALS FLATS OF AKNUALS Reg. 47c 3:1" 2 Days Ready for planting! Flats of hardy vegetables, blossoming annuals. Summer-up your yard no*. HANDYMAN WHEELBARROW Q97 Sturdy--Big 3-Cubie Foo» Capacity. Strong Easy Grip Handles. ·. 50-LB.* FERTILIZER 77 2 Days Formulated for this area. Covers 5000 sq.1t. ·NetwL . 3 +J COW MANURE 07 50 Lb. Bag Organic fertilizer. Weedleu and odor free. J.7 , 120" Lawn Spreader SAVE! Adjustable Guage--Spread* Seed, Fertilizer or Weed : Killer. Concrete or Mortar Mix J 27 SAVINGS! IIA 7 60 Lb. Cement 68 Lb. Mortar Mix Pre-mix concrete or mortar mix. Jo»t add water. 77 Perk up patio, porch or window box. Cakx-otmteof ge- fanlums in 4" pots. . . Copyright - 1974 br S. S. K» Hwv. 71 B, - ; · $

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