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4C Northweit Arkansas TIMES, Sundey, May S, 1974 rAVITTlVILLt, ARKANSAS Go For Commanding Position Celtics Exude Confidence BOSTON (AP) -- The Boston! Celtics, brimming with con-' iidencc, throw their tenacious defense againsl tlie Milwaukee Bucks again Sunday in a bid to lake a commanding tend in the National Basketball Association championship playoff, "If we beat them Sunday, then we'll really put them in a hole," Bos ton Coach Tommy Hoinsotw said. Leading 2-1 in the h c s t - o F - s e v - cn scries a f t e r whipping Milwaukee fla-83 Friday night and *,cckiriÂ£ their lir^t \HA chanv pinnship since tlie end of a dynasty in inrfl. the Celtics aren't cut than in lite first three panics. That means n ball-hawking press over the Boston Garden court nnd a fast-break offense. The Bucks have been unable to cope with Elusion's whirlwind, breath-taking tactics, even though tliey managed an ovprlime v i c t o r y in llic :cc- ond name of the series in Milu anker. COSTKU.O CONCKRNKf) "\Ve find better conic up \vitih MHIIC thing." Milwaukee Coach haiTv Costello said before sending the a f term i Rucks through a Sale practice Saturday, experted In do anything d i f f e r - 1 "We've got to gel the ball n court ami at least get one shot," The Collies have been letting the wear and tear of trying I" fi.fout-9 Dave Cowcris 7-2 Knrec'iTi Abdul-Jabber man-lo- ni;m while Irying to sbul off the titlier Milwaukee players, Ab- ilul-Jabbar leci tlio liucks with 2H [mints, but was no serious threat Friday night. With Lucius Allen out (or tlio seiisuu with a leg injury, the Rucks have not been able to solve the Celtics 1 press. Veteran Oscar Robertson has trieci to move the ball up court, hut age Kreat. Abdul-Jabnar also is showing is creeping up on the all-lime Jenkins Spins Shutout For Sixth V::!ory BOSTON (AP) -- Tho Texas R a n g e r s pushed across Breathing Room Hard To Find As Big Crowd Attends Kentucky Derby keep up UK? Collies. He: id had to leave brief rest. tlie slowed to ;i walk \s hen waukee was trying to cnich up Friday a game for COWKNS Hit FLU ANT Cowens sat out the entire see- onri period with three personal fouls, but eame back to wreck Uie Bucks in the Ihird and foil rlh qimrtc rs. I Jo topped a U scorers with -10 points, many on outside shots over Abdul-Jabbar. lioslon captain Jnhn Mavli- cek played his usual outstanding game, hi ting for 23 points, grabbing a dozen rebounds and harassing, the Bucks all o\ r er the place. "Tlie press did it," ileinsohn said. "Everybody worked on the press out there. That's our offensive weapon. We got good start in tlie first period Oi'2-l'J) and then we playcti super defense, T Country Places First Town and Country Enterprises compiled u 295'i scries lo take first place in the team compel)tion of. the Kaycttcviltc C i t y Association Rowling rournament held recciiUy. Capilola Wages of Town arid Country won Uie .singles crown with a 122 score, and the all- events handicap with a 1973 total. Also bowling for the winning team were Audrie Strickland, Nellie Kidder, Patsy Harp and Wilma Jones. Rosalie Groggan had the high scratch game and scries with 242 and 621, and teamed with Jean Carrignn to win the doubles at 12fi8. Anna Kay Carney had a score ol ItiDS for first place in the atl-irvcnts scratch category. Â· 100th Kentucky Derby. 1 Ain'l seen nothin' like LOUISVILLE ( A P ) -- The Princess and the Sport of Kings tainted rnn'in Lhr Icmrlh inning turned slaid, old Churchill and Ferguson Jenkins made it Downs into a mass of shoving, strnul up tor his s i x t h v i c t o r y b^hbling humanity Saturday for Saturday in a 1-0 triumph over th Huston Red So.x. Jenkins. who has lost only one of his seven Marls, fired a five-hi l lor in out due ling Boston's Rick Wise. 2-2, who allowed just three hits before giving way to Uiego Segui in the eighth. The Rangers, leading the American League's West Division, gave Jenkins all the support he needed with a run in the fourth. Cesar Tovar walked on four pitches and Alex Johnson extended his hilling streak to 10 games with a single. Jeff Burroughs hit a sharp double play grounder to short, Staub, Milner Power Mets Past Padres NEW YORK ( A P ) -- Rusty Slaub's three-run homer Jolm Mi trier's two-run and shot but rookie Rick Burleson booted the ball, filling the bases. Jim Spencer got the runjPÂ° wcrcd five nins across Wllh home with a sacrifice fly. two out in the seventh inning Burleson made three errors nnd lifted the New York Mets in his major league debut, fy- j to a fi-3 victory over San Diego ing an American League record; Saturday, snapping the Padres' held by many others, fie was [ five gamr winning streak. Loser Handy Jones, 2-5, held, the Met* to four hits for fi (i2-3 nnings, Hut with two out in Ihe seventh lie issuer! his fifth ant] sixth walks to Bud Harrelson and Felix Millan and Staub irilled his third home run of be season over the right field fence. called up from Pawl ticket of the International League Friday. The Red Sox, who have lost four games in a row and nine of their last 10, threatened in iecond and third with two out. However, Burleson flied to shallow right to end the inning. Four Hitter Stops Detroit BLOOMINGTON (AP) Bert Blylcven fired a four-hitter and Eric Sodcrholm belled two home runs to load Minnesota fo a 10-0 victory over the Detroit Tigers Saturday, Soderholm gave the Twins a 1-0 lead with a 375 foot homer in the second inning, then blasted a two-run honici 1 in a four-run .seventh inning that boosted the Twins into a ,7-0 bulge, more than enough For the hard-throwing Blyleven. Blyleven. who Ice] the major leagues with nine shutouts in Ifi73, escaped minor difficulty in the fiflli inning a f t e r Â£Â»i\-ins! up two out walks to Anerelio ftociriguez and Ed Rrnkmasi. Blyleven got oul oC the mild jam by inducing Mickey Stanley to hit into a forceout. Rlyleven. 3-3. .struck out ?i\- Clcon Jones followed with a single and Milner hit his third homer lo the same spot. Both home runs were by left-handed hitlers off the sounthpaw Jones. Nate Colbert gave the Padres a 1-0 lead in the fourth inning against winner Jon Matlack, 31, with his second home run of the season. The Mets tieri it in the hot torn of the inning on double by iMilner and singles by Jerry Grote and Wayne Garrell." San Diego look a 3-1 lead in Ihe sixth on ,1 ones' one-out double, Enzo Hernandez' RRI single, a stolen base and .single by Colbert. end improved his siring to 5.1 inmngs this year without allowing a homer. The Twins* victory, their first in fuiir game?, snapped a six- game Tiger wining .streak. Bucs Battle Past Atlanta Chris Evert Over $100,000 Prize Plateau HILTON 1 I IK AH S.C. ( A P ) -- Ch ISLAND Everl he cainc llic First athlete lo pile up PITTSBURGH I CIVET'S two-run single keyed a llnvc run rath 1 in ihr- f i f t h in- nil SET. !:vinÂ£ ifie Pitts bur ail Pi- r^ic. : ,! !Â·'* victory over Ihe At- larua B r n v f ; Saturday. A r.dnif run by Iliisiy Baker in the .-c-forifi nmiiu* Jiad helped the Braves lu ,i J-l lead before, if.- rallied lo pull out 'Â· to hit it o\'cr $100.(100 in winnings on tin 11174 women's pro tennis Inn Saturday a.s she easily downec Kerry .Melville of Australia fi-1 fi-3 for the title in (his $100.1101 stop on the tour. "Kerry pushed me harder than Rosie." the teenage champion from Fort Lauderdalc. Fhi.. commented after the innk'h. referring lo Rosie Casa l s of San Francisco, her semifinals victim. Her victory gave Miss Kvert S.'SO.flflO and a new car and sent -- . A l | ] l c r year's winnings to $103.00. Last year, her first as a professional", she won about S153.0flfl. Miss Melville, who picked up SH.OOO for second plate, came to the net more than usual in the- match. "She forces players to do thai," ,^he said of Miss Kvcrt, "They know slip's going back no matter what said a leathery, be whiskered lard hoot as he leaned on the il near the haek turn and walchrd people swarm into the lowcr-berlcckcd horse palace ike berserk ants. The most priceless commodity was breathing room, n was second in popularity only to the mint julep. Estimates were that the crowd would reach close to 150,0111), with 100,000 of them forming a wall-to-wall carpet of bodies in the infield. This is where the kids planted their blankets and knapsacks, guzzled beer and hard cider and staged public "love ins" while the season's finest 3 year-old thoroughbreds racec for 5274,000 first money and the most prestigious prize in rac Princess Margaret, sister ol England's queen, and her hand ome photographer husband .ord Snowdon, arrived late for le festivities. They were assigned a box be calh the fabled twin spires in-rounded by the WhiLncys lancoeks, Galhrealhs and oth millionaires who breed the ragile, million-dollar animals argely as a hobby. Goverdnmenl and 1 o c a gencies set up an iron ring o ccuriiy around the royal vis tors, but seemed more con erned over the possibility o: treakers. There was a tip that Univer ty of Louisville student banned a mass streaking sho 1 the Prineess, turning loos perhaps lot) of their unclothe "inesL. You could buy a mint julep-he traditional Derby drin~ composer! of bourbon, choppei ce and a stalk of mint --plus , souvenir glass for $1.75. At another hooth, one coul pick up a a platinum, riiamom studded horseshoe pin fo $1.200. "They are going like ho cakes." said the man behin the counter. Near the front gate, hawker of tip sheets had coinpetitio from a sober-Faced group \vh shouted, "Ciel your free souv nir here." and handed o cards inscribed: "Want to Be Winner? Here's a Sure Thing, was a religious pamphle quoting St. Paul saying that th race goes only (o Ihe [jure heart. Thousands of the fans parke themselves in Ihe garden an or in the catacombs beriea the white clubhouse stand with benches, box lunches their own hoo?.e, They concentrated near tl betting booths. None saw race, or seemed to care. They were interested only improving the breed--per ha to the tune of about $10 milMi Tlie day's record! mulneE harui a year ago w;js 57,li27,9fJ5 wi $128-1.962 bcl on the Derb alone. "In the first ;;ame, they didn't know what we were doing, hut now they know. They couldn't tio anything about il. nigh because we executed so II." "We have lo lc the agg rs," Cowens added alwavs the kev. 1 ' Hcin Will Retire NKW YORK (AP) -- Mel Mehi. a charter member of the Pro fr'oolbnl! Hall of Fame, will retire as supervisor of officials ' ~ " you do. " "Chris hits harder than she Â· and Krn- ucd LO," the ^fi-year-old Aus- the Pir.iu 1 tralian observed. :c arid w e r e ; IM^s Kvert appeared through- home by Oli-jnm the match to be hiding her .njJ the score ! time and wailing for her opponent 10 make the mistake On Iy one o w a -. t he cha draw n to the net. while Melville repeatedly came up in I an HI tempi at a Dick Allen Boots Sox Over Brewer of the American Conference May :il, the National Football League announced Saturday. Huin, fi4. earned all-pro honors in eight of his 15 seasons as a center for the New York Giants. Before that, he was an "Deicnse 1 outstanding lineman at Wash' ing ton State, ITIMESphoto By KÂ«n Ooed BOWLING CHAMPS .. .pictured are members of the first-place Town and Country Enterprises team, which knocked down 2953 pins in tlie recent City Association Tournament. From left, the bowlers are Wilma Jones, Capitola Wages, Nellie' Kiddler and Audrie Stockland. Not pictured is Patsy Harp ' chafed i-i;h the H m c - w i r j r n n a run on 9 single-. A f t e r Baktr homcrcri for the r a \ t . they scnrcci singlt ru;i sive eanir. t.ne UnrtJ and finii innings. Mi*s Melville, who won 55!).in t l i e . f l n d on the tour !asl year, now 1 fsn in has made Ilic finals in five of i ills yea r' nine lournamcnts, j hut ha s ct to win one. S h e " MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Dick Alien extended his hitting streak to 13 games with a run- producing single and Ken Henderson slammed two home runs, leading the Chicago White 4-2 victory over the Brewers Saturday. With the red-hot Allen cap- more as* fl 'res- P m S l ^ p rally, the White Sox struck for two runs in the first :UtkC. l l l l l s ' leriul mpion Sox to a Miss' Milwaukee O a l t s to sec- _ Lraia nuoinsd third ana raced home licid play and .Iniin-i finglea. Â«as satnficed OPK! b.v pitcher Pi)ii Xi scored on a foixeout. Hit-hie Zisk lut a hnme run for Piil;hnrÂ»h in the second inning. and beat iCvonnc Goolagong of Aus- .tralia in the semifinals here. Rookie Ties Record Gooden Honored SEARCY -- Torn Kd Gooden. a Wn first team XAIA All A m e r i c a football selection. inning in support of Stan 13;ih- risen. -1-2. Pat Kelly walked in Ihe na( i o n a 1 1 y televised baseball 6 amc arl(l Carlos May doubled to right-center for the first run. May advanced to third on a throwing error on the relay from the outfield and Allen pumped a single to center to drive home May. Henderson lined a drive over the left field wall off loser Jim BOSTON f A P i -- Jiookie FhorlMop Rick Burlc-son of the ,..,._, Boston Red Sox lierf an A m o r i - 1 College MI Sports hannuet. can League record Saturday j The fi-2. 185 lb. triple threat Colborn. 1-2. in the fourth in- when he commits rl three er- rj rors in his /irst major l e a g u e - s i 7a me. The AL mark Is s h a r e d by ,,.. . . received the Outstanding Senior ["'"S tor Chicago's third run. A w a r d at the annual Hardin"! Tl 'e Brewers scored in the fourth on Bobby Mitchell's RRI to many others. The major league record of four errors by a fhorts.top in his first game is four by Lou Stringer of the Chicago Cubs in 1941. Burleson made his three errors in the first six innings. uarterback from Carli.sle also haied top honors as the Out- I standing Offensive Back on tfie F^i.-on football squad. Gooden WHS a unanimous choice for the All Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference and (.he NAIA All- District 17 honor teams. 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