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By Athletes In Several Sports Acupuncture Used Wicfe/y By RON ROACH AP Sporls Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Acupuncturists call their ancient Oriental needle medical treatment a bonanza or health for the American athlete. Bill Walton, Willie JlcCovey and Roman Gabriel have tried acupuncture. But the, jury is still out on whether acupuncture--the stimulation of nerves via the needle - can become widespread in sports the United States, medicine in Athletes \vlio have undergone acupuncture oflcn h a v e r e l a - tively brief, inconclusive exposure. Gabriel and Wallon ; exceptions. Orthodox physicians, such as noted orthopedic surgeon Dr. Roberl Kerlan, wilhliold cn- dorsemenL pending scientific study of acujnincture technique. Walton. UCLA's All-American basketball center, was treated privately by Dr. Richard Kroening of UCLA's acn puncture research c l i n i c throughen I Us senior season foi chronic knee tenrtonilis, as wei: a back January. vroeinng. ·"· off a lertormancc he for season, his to play do gaily ck injury suffered in id been on drugs, an- natory medication, for s in the past." s a i d "Acupuncture kenl ill medication for the ason and 1 think his nee was as good as in And he didn't have to out serious side effects onic medication. 11 it' said Walton played without pain because ccdlcs inserted in the Ins knees, his ankles, ears. , a quarterback with otball's Philadelphia underwent a c u p u n c t u r e mouths during the 1972 his last with the Los Ranis. ilrl not have been able without acupuncture," "1 credit the man that Jil it on me more than upnnclure itself," sairt who hart tendouitis in elbow. 1's treatment was ille- 'rformed and his acu- puncturist had to close down or risk arrest under state law that illows only licensed physicians o use acupuncture except in medical schools. Gabriel said he turned to acu- nmclure after conventional ncthods lelt him litlle alterna- ivc. "The only thing that would have helped me was complete rest, which might lave meant missing (he season. But 1 was able to perform without missing a practice. I also recovered much quicker after a game with acupuncture. "It was relatively painless.'* lie said of the treatments. "There were certain areas where I could feel it. I feel if I ever have something that bothers me, I'll look for him," he said of the unidentified practitioner. Baseball's McCovey, the San Diego Padres' slugger, had his arthritic knees treated two springs ago by a trainer with a Japanese team in this countrj for exhibition games. "While I continued my other treatment-- whirlpool and lha stuff-- my knees began to feel good. It was probably a com- )inalion of the two. I had a foot iroblem last winter-- maybe it s sort of arthritic from an old ankle injury, nobody really knows-- and I tried acu- mncture. It didn't seem to help hat much, nut maybe I stopped treatments too early." Kerlan said he would refer a jalient to an acupuncturist only f the individual wants it and all orthodox treatments, including surgery, have been exhausted. "We have to prove acupuncture scientifically at the university level," said Kroen-l ing, who gave up a lucrative rheumatism practice to work at UCLA. "Three years ago. I had a tongue-in-cheek approach to acupuncture. "Acupuncture definitely has a role in sports medicine. How acupuncture works is still a mystery, as it was 5,000 years ago in China. "Through modern neurophy- siology. we know it works in the nervous system." Sutton To Hold Summer U of A Cage Sessions University of Arkansas Coach Eddie Stilton ami his staff will direct three basketball camps t h i s summer. The first session, June 9 H, will be for boys t!M4. Young* sters 15-18 can attend tlio second .session, June 16-21. The final session, July 21-26, will be for boys 12-14. UA assistants Pat Foster and Bobby Vint will Hid with each of 'he camp. Each c u m p will Feature a different staff of high school and junior high school coaches. The visiting coaches the First week will be Cart Miller of Tcx- a r k a n a , Sam Casey of Rector. Bill Cossey of NctUcton and Voris Johnson of Hot Springs. The staff for the second camp a composed of Bob Campbell of Camden Kairview, Don Branham of Subiaco, Charlie Eagle of Little Rock McClellan. Bill Terwilliger of West Memphis and Ron Tollett of Little Rock Catholic. The visiting coaches the final week will be Charles Ripley ol Little Rock Hall. George Lewis of Fayetleville. Ron Baleman of Fort Smith Soulhside and Doug McKinney of Fort Smith Northside. Girls Relays Has New Date The sixth annual Northwest Arkansas Girls Relays, rained out of its May first dale, has been rescheduled for May seventh. T-iiinis entered in the senior high division include Fayetteville, West Fork, Gentry,' Lincoln, Alma and Bentonville. In the junior high division will be Woodland. Ramay, West Fork, Farmtngton, Alma. Huntsville and Kielri events will begin at 5:30 and the running activity will get underway at 6:30. This will be the last area girls track event before the state g i r l s HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- Ipwards of 511 head football oaches, representing n i n e of tie nation's major conferences nd leading independels. arc low expected to participate in he 10th annual National t'oot- lall Coaches Invitational Golf 'ournamenl scheduled for De- loto Golf Course, June 9-11. The event is also expected to attract around 55 leading foot- lall writers from throughout he country; representatives of meet set for Little Hock 11. May Meeting Set The Fayetteville High Booster Club will hold a meeting Ma sixth al 7::iO in flic PUS student center. All members are urged to attend. Modlock Injured CHICAGO (AP) - Bill Mai lock, the Chicago Cubs' rook third baseman, injured his lei ankle when he tripped ove first base while r u n n i n g out a first-inning bunt against Cincin nati Saturday. Madlock was .assisted off (hi field and sent to Northwest en Memorial Hospital for X-rays Dr. Jacob Suker, the Cubs team physician, said the In.iur appeared fo he a simple sprain More Than 50 Coaches Entered In Tourney line of lames; the and nation's Bowl commissioners rom seven athletic conferences. The list of college coaches ncludes many of the lop names 'n the 'game -- past "Coach-of- he-Yc-ar Award" winners, and six of the top ten in all-time victories. Similarly, among the 1st of football writers are several past presidents of the Football Writers Association ol America. It's an All-Star cast assem l)!ed for a unique mid-summer fun festival centered aroiuu ;olf -- but there'll be conversa .ion that affects future sche :hiles and trends in college foot ball, loo. Coaches are quick to admit that the t o u r n a m e n t one of tlie best things that has ever happened to college foot ball. CALLOWAY SYSTEM Tournament officials havi even taken some of the burdei of winning away from the even -- by going to the Callowa handicap scoring system. Tha leans virtually every partici- ant lias an equal chance of inning the championship in ue of three divisions. Including the wives, an ex- c-cted turnout, of 260-270 invited uests will he treated to ' a vcckend of exotic foods, lavish arties, townhouse living, one F the finest golf courses in the and, swimmming pools and ennis courts, and a host of irizes and favors. Bill Murray, long-time Duke oach and now executive direc- or of the American Football joaches Association, which co- ponsors the event, summed up he reaction best, "Nothing in be world of college football loes more for the game. It's Hasi, Northern Colorado; Billy 3owden, West Virginia; Frank 1 r o y 1 e s , Arkansas; Paul Iryant, Alabama; Jim Carlen. 'exas Tech; Jerry Claiborne, Maryland; "Ken Cooper, Miss- ssippi; Lee Corso. Indiana; Vitice Doolcy. Georgia; *Bill Doolittle, Western Michigan; and F. A. Dry, Tulsa. Lavell Edwards, f o u n g ; Bennie a great thing bringing all if the elements of the game ogether in so wonderful an 3 vent." Co-hosts for the 1974 tournament be Coach Bob and Kay Blackman of the Univcr- / of Illinois; and George anti loyce Billingsley o( Bella Vista Village, Ark. Blackman is president of the AFCA, and Bill- ngsley is a senior vice president of Cooper Communities Inc., sponsor of tbe tournament Joe N. Basore, also a senior vice president of the Cooper company, is tournament chair man. COACHES LISTED With additional entries expec ted by tournament time, th following coaches have alreadj indicated they will participat the 1974 classic (asterisl Softball Loops Begin Season Action in Fayctlcville's citj soflball leagues began a nev scvr'on Fritlnv with three game at the City Park. In tile opening contest Inter n ri i c a t e s first tournament ppearance): T. W. Alley, Louisville; Dee I State Systems defeated Dancl; Uidros, Oregon S t a t e ; Em- oil 4 " 3 - Dewc y C a r r was lh ry Bellard, Texas AM; iob Blackman, Illinois; Bob Brigham Ellender, 'ulane; 'Don Fambrough, Kai- as; Hayden Fry, North Texas itate; Vince Gibson, Kansas Stale; Louis Holtz, North C-aro- ina Slate; *Don James. Kent State, John Majors, Pittsburgh; Sen Martin, Air Force; Charles McClendon, Louisiana State; ~:huck Mills. Wake Forest; Bill winning pitcher while Ilussc! Ogle was charged with the loss G. Beaver had two rbi's an one home run for the winner while K. Doss contributed home run and Carr scored th winning run for Inter-State i the 10th inning. The Washington County Ob server started their season wit a big 20-3 decision over Aul Parts. J. D. Hash was th w i n n i n e pitcher w h i l e Davi Henderson was charged wit the loss. Hash and Tisdale com bined for seven innings of n Hurray, Coaches American Association; Football and Al Women's League actit of Arkansas whippe Onofrio, Missouri. Jimmy "Red" Parker, Clanson; Darrell Royal, Texas; Steve Sloan, Vanderbilt; Dave Smith, Southern Methodist; ·Homer Smith, Army; J i m Stanley, Oklahoma State; Denny Stolz, Michigan State; Jim Sweeney, Washington S t a t e ; B a r r y Switzer. Oklahoma; Grant Teaff, Baylor; 'Bob Tyler, Mississippi Slate; Doug Weaver, Southern Illinois: *Jim Wright, Wichita State; and Bill Yeoman. Houston. nit pitching for the Tom Tisdale had five rbi's an a grand slam home run for th winners while teammate J. D Hash addeti another homer ar Ron Harrell had three hits : four trips to the plate to pr duce four rbi's. In EPC Shakespeare 19-4, Judy Mahon was the winning pitche Bradley the loser. Neal had s rbi's for the winners Mahone added five. In next Tuesday's actio Baldwin meets Dandy Oil fast pitch action beginning 6:QD while Fayetteville Stre Department tangles with Tnte State Systems in the sccoi game. In the women's leag Spencer Bonding tries Standa Register at 6iOO tonight at t City Park while Levi Strau battles Burger Chef at 8:00. Northw** Arkan$at TIMES, Sunday, May 5, 1974 · FAVfTTtVILLt, ARKANSAS 5C daddy Situation On Tour Unfair, Say Nicklaus And Johnny Miiler By ROB OR K E N AP Golf Writer DALLAS (AP) - 11 was right the middle of a coni[etitive inri -- and for no apparent ason -- (hat Johnny Miller irlcd t h i n k i n g about the cad- situation on the pro golf ur. And the more he thought, the grier lie became. "I just suddenly got a wild lir in my brain," said the S. Open champion, a foitr- ne winner Ibis season. "I don't think it's right. I in't think it's fair. I think it ight to be changed. I'd bet lything that if we look it to iurt they'd rule in our favor." The crux of Ins complaint -which he was joined by Jack icklaus -- is that the towing ros are not allowed to use icir professional caddies al ny of the four major cham- ionships. The Masters, the America, lid British Opens ami the E'GA rohibit the use of professions luring caddies. "Look at it this way." Nick aus saitl. "My caddy, Angelo Argea. has been with me for 12 re. This man lias devoted 12 years of his life to working for me. "And yet he hasn't had -- vhat do you want to call it? The pleasure? the honor? the irivilegc? -- of eaddying for ne when I've won a major championship. I've won M nia- or titles and he hasn't been with me in ;my of them." All the game's leading players have their own touring pro- "essional caddies who travel the circuit. There are 50 to fiO of .hem who make the tour on a regular basis. Many work for only one -man. Others shift from player to player, from bag to bag. They're welcome ;U all but a h a n d f u l of tournaments. I can understand the Masters." Miller said of the event at Augusta. Ga.. where the only caddies are Ihose regularly em ployed at the Augusta National Golf Club. "It's a p r i v a t e lonrtvinieni and they can do w h a t t h e want," Miller said. "But the Owen is just that. It's an opci tournament and anybody cai WF Boosters Give Awards WEST FORK -- Wally Moun, ormcr National League base- iall star and now athletic lireclor and baseball coach at olni Brown University, was the caturerl speaker at the annual Vest Fork Booster Club ilhletic Awards and Ap- ireciation Night. In football, the outstanding )ack award was presented to Rex Sparkman. Holland Rollins yas voted the outstanding ineman. John Schuster and )uane Dunkle tied for the most mprovcd back award. Tying or the most improved lineman designation were Sam Center :1 Bobby Howard. Ronnie 5radley was named the most courageous and inspirational rjyer. Sparkman was honored aga basketball as the top ·choundor, Bradley ]ed t.ssists. while Mike Clayton was rit in free throw percentage "Earned as the outstanding team layer was Dunkle. Clayton was sinigled out as the outstanding player. In girls basketball. Donna Cantreil was named the out standing forward and M a r i l y i Baker the best g u a r d . Ronda Criswell was [irst in free lhro\\ percentage. Showing the mo? team spirit and leadership \va Dena Dennis. Lai Ann Bake was voted the best team player Center was feted as th outstanding outfielder in base jlay. I t h i n k we on slit to ho he: to use our caddies there. i nd (ho same thing at th9 'GA." N i c k a u s had some sharp t'ilicisin of .some tournaments tnd their policies prohibiting ,hu use of lour cjuldius. "I h a vo IHK! so me bad ones, iome roaliy bad ones," ho saifi r caddie:; \vlio have been as- KM| to him. ball, while Dunkle was mime' ic best inficldcr. Ray Reed ·as designated as the offensive catter. Tying for the out- landing pitcher award were huck Siebert and Dennis ielbe. The "Mister Hustle" .ward went to Bradley. Reed was voted the out- tan ding performer in hoys rack, and Lee Ramthun was lamed the best distance runner. aren Sargent was the out landing girls trackster. In xnvling, Marilyn Baker had the iigh series and Bradley the ligh game. The Booster Club's Black ant Jold Awards, for the boy and ;irl combining a ,1.0 grade a v e r a g e , cooperation \vitl eachers and athletic .skill, wen .0 Dunne Dunkte and Dena Jennis. HEAVY DUTY For all American made pickup-; and cars except somt ElcJora- dos and Toron^tlos. INSTALLED L i f e t i m e Guarantee DUALS Adding One Side Including One Muffler Both Sides Including Both Mufflers SEE8URG MUFFLER Highway 71 Horlh. 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