Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 6, 1974 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 6, 1974
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10 Northwnt ArkemvM TIMES, Men., May 6, 1974 FAVITTIVILLI, ARKANtA* LAYUP BLOCK . . Milwaukee's Karcem Abdul-Jabbar knocks down a layup Boston's John llavlicek, left, in the second period o/ their National Basketball Association playoff game Sunday in Boston. \Vatching is Boston's Paul Vfestphal (44). The Bucks won 37'SS In Lady Tara Open Spuzich. Wins LPGA Title ATLANTA (AP)--"I still don't knou- w h a t I'm doing sitting here," said Sandra Spuz- ich. "1 still can't believe it." Miss Spuzieh, a 13-year-veteran from Indianapolis, had just won her first Ladies Professional Golf Association lour- name/it in five years, and she did it the h a r d way. She made a couple of miracle shots on the 18th grcn to earn a spot in a three-way sudden- rlealh playoff, and won it on the f i f t h extra hole as darkness set in and threatened fo delay Turlher action until today. Her six-foot pull for a par earned her the $5,000 first prize in the $35,000 Lady Tara tournament over the d i f f i c u l t Indian Hills Country Club course, a :ii!ly layout with tight fairways [hat became even lighter on the f i n a l playoff hole when the two contenders at that. point couldn't follow the flight of the ball off the tee. Donna Caponi Young, \v h o blew a four-shot lend with three holes lo play, had her par p u t t of eight feet rim the cup on the f i f t h p l a y o f f hole, leaving her with a $ll.'WO share ot the p u r s e along will) all tiine LPG. money queen Kalhy Wiiitworll w h n bowed out uf the playo: with a bogey 4 on the t h i r extra hole. The trio had completed 5 lioles deadlocked at even pa 219, forcing the playoff in rain chilled weather. The f i n a l rmm was suspended for one hour lie cause of r a i n and competitiq continued for another hour the rain. Betsy Cullen was alone third place at 223 after closing 72, then came JoAn Prentice 75 and Ecko Nak m u r a 72 at 223. Bucks Square Series With Good Defense liOSTON' (AP) -- The Mil- aukcc Bucks, noted for their ighty offense. talked of ofense and the defensive- limlctl Boston Celtics spoke of !fcnse as the two teams eaded for Milwaukee and the fth game of their showdow for le National Basketball Asso- lalion championship. "Our defense was a lot belter, iut I expected it to be as i C n t along." Milwaukee Coach ,arry Costcllo said Sunday fter the Bucks evened the best- f-seven series 2-2 with a 97-8D iclory. "We broke down offensively," Joston captain John HavUcck aid. "We didn't have real good ttythm. Maybe we were cutting lie wrong way. They played eat good defense, but we were landing around and being hcsi ant.' 1 Costella. looking ahead to 'uesday night's game, turned o an old cliche in saying: Now it's a three-game series.' 'he victory regained the home ourt advantage for the Bucks, ut neither llavlicek nor Mil vaukcc veteran Oscar Robert on placed much emphasis on hat. Costcllo pulled surprise he fourth game in a move lesigned to break through Bos on's f u l l - c o u r t press. He stalled 6-foot-7 Mickey Davis normally a fonvard, in th backcourt with Robertson. CHANGE HELPED "The change helped us a lot,' Costcllo said. "We bad a taller cam and we also had mori. player power. We figured that aL the very least, would create problems for them. Then, course, we had Jon McGlocklin rack. Now we're able to res wople. McGlocklin is stil hurting, but he's able to play." Davis played 28 minute's am contributed 15 points, eight ji the first period- McGlocklin playing with his injured leg leavily taped, saw 22 minute of action, scoring 10 points. As usual, Kareem Abdu Jabbar led the Bucks wit 34 points. Bob Dandridg hit for 21 and Robertson 10 Havlicek and Dave Cowens top ped Boston with 33 and 24, re spectively. The Bucks jumped to a 14 lead, but the Celtics came bac ind the advantage seesawed Then, with defensive ace Do Chancy on the bench with thrc fouls, the Bucks out-scored Bo ton 15-2 in a second quarte burst for a 49-39 halftime lead The Celtics, who h i t on onl 36 of RR floor shots compare to Milwaukee's 38 of 76, close to within two points five time in the third period before A" dul-Jabbar cashed a three-poii play just before the buzzer. Take a good friend for a Sunday drive There's ^ no friend like a good Mend. OLD CHARTER The smoothest Kentucky Bourbon you'll ever know. · to HKt · © I3! RO CHUTU GIST. CO. IOTOUU. a. wins Crush Detroit Killibrew Smacks HRs y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS M i n n e s o t a ' s Harmon Hebrew, at 37, is not (he arcd slugger he once was, but : slill has his moments. Ho had two of them Sunday, nloading career home runs 549 nd 550, as the Twins blasted the Detroit Tigers 8-3. "I don't remember the last time 1 hit tu r o in one game," said the soft-spoken Killebrew. "1 was just looking for the hall." Killebrew put the Twins on top with a two-run shot off Stars' Hopes Rest With Ze/mo Beaty SALT L A K E CITY (AP) -- j Itah Stars, with as many as The Utah Stars, with as may as four players listed as uestionable, limp home to- ight. hoping to regroup in lame 3 of their American Bas- etball Association champion- hip series with the New York lets. The Stars are hoping that a ossihle return by 6-toot-10 cen- er Zelmo Beaty can get them jack on the winning track after osing the first two games o! he championship series. Utah spokesman Harvey [irkpatrick said Beaty's doctor . r ould make a final decision on ,'hetner Beaty can play. Beaty, vho once scored 63 points in game, has been sidelined with severe groin infection since lie Stars played the Indiana 'acers in the fourth game of ABA semifinals. Ron Boone has played 574 o n s e c u t i v e games since becoming a pro in 1968. His iresence became doubtful when le injured his hand after slugging Brian Taylor in Satur day's game. "He apparently got some kinc of infection. He had it lanced and drained and has it heavily andaged," Kirkpatrick said. GOVAN, MOUNT HURT Gerald Govan, hobbled by tnee and ankle injuries, and Rick Mount, slowed by a njury. are also considerec doubtful for. tonight's game. Against the exuberant Nets :he youngest team in , the eague, the Stars' shootin^ rebounding and defense all h a v p suffered noticeably - mainly due :o the absence of Beaty. a five time member of the West Division All-Star team. Neither Govan, moved from forward to center, nor rookie Bruce Seals, inserted into the starting lineup at forward, has been effective. Govan strugglec for 33 minutes on an injure left knee and ankle while the Nets coasted to a 118-94 victors in the second game. Jt was New York's eight] consecutive playoff victory including four-game sweep ove Kentucky in the semifinals, and their 14th in a row at the Nas sau Coliseum in Uniondale N.Y., where they have beatei the · Stars six times in si: meetings this season. Detroit lefty Woody Fryman in first i n n i n g and followed hat with a 434-foot solo blast n Ihe f i f t h . The veteran, who icgan his career with the old Vashington Senators in 195-1, lands fifth on the all-lime ome run list -- seven behind California's Frank Robinson. Elsewhere in Ihc American .eague, Texas and Boston split pair, the Rangers winning 5-3 .nd the Red Sox 10-8: the ·iansas City Royals whipped the New York Yankees 8-2; t h e Chicago White Sox edged the Milwaukee Brewers 4-3; t h e California Angels shaded the Baltimore Orioles 8-7: and Oak- and and Cleveland divided a win bill, the A's winning 3-0 nd the Indians rallying 9-3. Larry Hislc ad Bobby Darwin also hit homers for the Twins, all at the expense of ''ryman, now 0-3. Vic Albury was the winner or Minnesota with relief help rom Bill Campbell. Gars- Sutherland hit a .two-run homeland Gerry Moses a solo shot [or Detroit. R A N G E R S 5-8, RED SOX 3-1 Tom Grieve rapped a pair of run-scoring singles and Jeff Burroughs drove in anolhet wilh a double as Texas held onto the top spot in the West Division. Boston came back to snap ive-game losing streak in the nightcap as Rick Burleson and Dwight Evans belted three-run comers. ROYALS 8, YANKEES Z Vada Pinson cracked a 3-2 tie with a two-run homer i the seventh and the Koyals racked New York newcomci Dick Woodson for four runs in the eighth, three of them on a double by Fran Healy. WHITE SOX 4, BREWERS 3 Bucky Dent's first majoi league home run, a two-run shot in the eighth, gave Chicagi the victory. ANGELS 8, ORTOLES 7 Rookie Dave Chalk's ninth inning homer gave California its margin of victory, extending the Angels' winning streak to x gomes and Baltimore*! sing streak to five, VfHLETlCS 3-3, INDIANS 0-» Catfish Hunter hurled a five- .itler and Sal Bands belled a wo-run homer for the A's in ^e f i r s t game. In the second game. Charlie pikes and Oscar Lamble drove n seven runs between them for :icveland. Oscar, Zelmo Named PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) Milwaukee Bucks' star Oscar {oberlson and Utah Stars' -enler Zelmo Beaty will coach he stars of the National basketball Association and the \ssociation, respectively, in the \merican Basketball Association, respectively, in t l i e 'rovidencc Civil Center. Among the stars of bolhi eagucs scheduled lo play are lotui Havlicek and Dave Cowens of the Boslon Celtics, ick Barry of Gulden Stale. Julius Erving of Ihe New York Vets and Artis Gilmore of the Kentucky Colonels. 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