Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 10, 1974 · Page 15
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 10, 1974
Page 15
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ITY WAL-MART CITY WAL-MART CITY WAL-1 New Baseball Fashion An Atlanta bullpen catcher is dressed againsl nil t h e Chicago weather-rain, chilly temperatures, and wind-under which his Braves played t h e Cuhs Thursday. Tlie C a b s outlasted Ihe \vcalher to win 3-1. (AP Wirephoto) Kite Shares Houston Lead With Armstrong HOUSTON (AP) - Tom Kite parlayed a new puller, a new grip and some new-found confidence into a share of Ihc lead in the Houston Open Golf Tournament. "I'm hilling it so well. I'm so confident about my game. I wouldn't be surprised if I shoot three more rounds just as good as this one." Kite said Thursday after his 67 hart tied rookie Wally Armstrong for the first round lead in Ihis $150,ODD event. Armslrong, such a newcomer to the lour that lie hasn't learned about making hotel reservations and had to spend one night this week sleeping in his car. made use of 12 one-pull greens and "my faith in o u r Lord Jesus." in pulling ioKelh- er his five-under-par effort, "I couldn't have done it without my faith," the 28-year-old Armstrong said. "Please mention that. I give Him all credit (or any success I have." They shared a one-stroke lead over a pair of non-winninc tour regulars. Paul Monm and Bob Zenrfer. Moran and Zcntler each had a S8 in the hot. windy, muggy weather. Tommy Aaron, Rod Curl Dwight Nevil, Ed Sneed am Terry Ferraro were at.69 with defending champion Bruce Crampton of Australia in a large group at 70. Most of the game's glamour · rames are skipping this event for one reason or anolhcr. Kite, a consistent money-win ncr in his brief career but stil seeking his first victory, has ! threatened several times thir City Softball Leagues Hit High Gear Action in the men's slow-pitch ·nd fBst-pilcb Softball league and the women's league ha gotten into lull swing this week Three games were played in the men's slow-pitch divisio Wednesday n i g h t at Asbel Park. Br'er Fran's dcfeatet Yamaha Cycle Inn 66-2, Loca %5 beat Dennis H o m e Fur nishings 11-6 and McDonald' outslugged Standard Regis ter 15-14. In men's fast-pitch action a the City Park, Dandy O clipped Baldwin Piano 6-3 an. the Fayeltevilte Slreel Depart ment downed Interstate Systen of Rogers 7-5, Russell Ogl drove in two runs and got th win for Dandy Oil. Harla Harrison plated three runner for Baldwin in support of losin pitcher W. J. Whitehead. John Arnold drove in the tw runs that put Fayetteville Stree Deparlment ahead and enable John Miller to pick up the win Dewey Carr took the loss fo Interstate. Purvis w i l l play Interstal lonighl at R, followed by a gam between Dandy Oi! and Aut Parts Inc. at 8. In the women's league at th City Park. Levi Strauss naile Spencer Bonding 36-17 an 0 7. a T k Floor whitewashe Huntsville National Bank 15- Janet Molt drove in five run for Levi winning pitcher Pats Harp. Edna Watkins was th loser. Dotina January gol Ih win (or Ozark Floor and Lind Carr took tin loss for t h car and has finished in the top ) three times. "I'm not scared of playing ell now," said Kite, a 24-year{3 lour sophomore who has on some $28,001) Ihis season. I once was." Part of his new-found con- dence. lie said, stems from a ew puller, lie threw away the Id one after a filial round 80 Liined a good tournament for Em in last week's Byron Nelon Classic. And. using the new one. a liglity more upright stance and new grip, he needed only 28 trokes on (he greens. Armstrong, 211, has hart little t i t s t r u g g l e a n d dis- p p o i n f m e n t since joining Ihe our Ihis season. He's earned a heck in only three m a j n r lour vents, hasn't made expenses nd came lo this tournmnenl eking a hotel reservation. When he go! here, he found here was a 25,000-mnn condition in lown and all molels vere .lammed, lie couldn't find room and he and his wife, )elhic, spent the night sleeping n their car parked at the golf ourse. LEADERS 'om Kile 3 ' I - : I 3 5 7 Vally Armstrong :J2-:i5-B7 Bob Zcnder 3S-32-- 'aul Hloran ,13-35--CS Hod Curl 35-3l--69 !d Snecd 35-3'!--6!) 'omms' Aaron 35-31--69 'em- Ferraro 3G-33--69 Dwight Nevil 32-37--69 Victoria Nips Travelers LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Bc- linri tlie hilling of Perry Seun and Broek Pemberlon, the Vicoria Torns scored three runs in he Ittth inning mid look an 8-6 1'exiis League victory over Ihe Arkansas Travelers here Thursday niglil. Senn had a double and Pem- rcrton acconnled for a single. Arkansas leads the Texas League east division with an 116 record. Victoria Is 10-fl. Victoria look a 3-0 lead in the 'irst inning on a three-run lomer by Randy Trapp. Mike Polier scored on an er- ·or and Don;; Clark hit a two- run triple for Arkansas in the ninth inning to tie Ihe game. The Travelers scored another run in the bottom of the 10th. Head Coach Named GREENSBORO. N.C. (AP) Bob Perreanit, 43, a hockey player and scout for 25 years, has been named head coach of Ihe Greensboro Generals of the Southern Hockey League. He succeeds Ted Lanyon. who was not rehired afler coaching the Generals to third place in his only year. Perreanit has been a player and scout the last two years for the Los Angeles Sharks of the World Hockey Association. ·xmrr WATCH mtnuu SWIFTS Op«n 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily WE SELL FOR LESS W« ReMnre the Right To Limit Quantities WAL-MART Discount City \ S A T I S F A C T I O N / \ G U A R A N T E ED/ SOUTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLE CITY WAL-MART CITY WAL-MART CIT WA* Open 9 O .n to 9 p.m. Doily WE SELL FOR LESS WAL-MART Discount City \ S A T I S F A C T I O N I \ G U A R A N T E E D / SOUTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLE Factory Representative for Rabble Rouser Lures -- and National Bass Pro, Dennis Rogers, will be in our store Saturday, May 11, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a complete selection of Rabble Rouser Lures to answer your questions. Stop by and look over his complete bass fishing rig -- and pick up a few tips from a pro. It All Happens... Saturday The following two pages are full of great things, taking place tomorrow - here at Wal-Mart. jig Check every item very close -- then come out ^ and have some fun. DI-DAPPER Sarge and Shirley West-10 am.-2 p.m. YOUR CHOICE ROUSTER ROWDY JWMOtTOf«T*E *B^BF VMF 4HHMMBMM»BMIBW^HH«i^HHI^MM^^HMIV^ Ken Harvey the Hustlers-10 a.m.-2 p.m. TOPWATER Del Mac-2 p.m. to 6 p.i

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