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Tuesday, May 14, 1974
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ArkanMt TIMES, Tun., May 14, K/4 . AKKAMIA* I Slide For Naught Chicago White Sox' Ron S:irt- rto, lefl, slides across h o m e plate, h u t Minnesota catcher Glenn Jtnrfiinan, right, hart already marie (he lag For the (tut in (he second i titling nf iMuiulny evening's game. (AP Wirephnlo) To Honor First Football Game Harvard Plans Celebration CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) -Harvard planned n celebration today lo empliasizc its belief that (he Crimson played history's first college football game 100 years ago. But H a r v a r d ' s claim contradicts Rutgers and Princeton, who maintain that their squads played the First game hack in 1869. "It is Harvard's contention that the Princeton-Rntgers game was really soccer," says Bob Donovan. Harvard's assistant sports i n f o r m a t i o n director. He sa id II a rv a rd rcf n scl i ri 1873 to join Yale, C o l u m b i a , Princeton and Hulgers when they created the Intercollegiate Football Association, The Crimson churned the game being played w a s n ' t a c t u a l l y football. To demonstrate its point, Harvard played Us own brand Former Two Time PGA Event Winner Dies While At Home A K R O N , Ohio (AP) -- Denny Shnte, who won successive PGA championships in 1086 and 1937, died Monday at his home. He was 69, Shute was the last golfer to win the PGA two years in a row. He defeated J i m m y Thompson 3 and 2 at Pitieluirst Country Club in North Carolina in 193G when the PGA was match play. He came hack the next year edge Jut; AlcSpaden Jn 37 lole.s at the Pittsburgh Field Club at Aspmwall. Pa, Shutc was known for his cool and methodical play. He won the British Open in 1933 with consistent rounds of 73-7:i-73-7;j. He could have won the U.S. Open in 192!) by shooting par for the last t h r e e hok\s but wound up tied for t h i r d . Bobby Jones won. of football against McGill Un vcrsily on May R 1874. A da later, the rematch was playe under Canadian rules just to b fair. Donovan said Harvard too the first game, three goals I none. The second game erulc In a scoreless tic. Both sets of rules called for m a x i m u m of 20 men on th field and a m i n i m u m of 1( Donovan said, so the team?; ha agreed to play with l!i men a each side. Hut, Donovan added, foil the, McGill players were unabl lo travel from Montreal Cambridge and tlie team played with 11 on each side. That was "evidently" the be g i n n i n g of the c u r r e n t , 11-ma team, Donovan said. The memorial game wa scheduled for a 4:30 p.m. ED kickoff a f l e r a parade Fror Harvard Square. Donovan said the teams wcr lo be made up of the combine Harvard rugby and footba squads. Donovan said the team planned to stick to the old-tim rules. "It'll be pretty much free-for-all," he said. Don Shula At Odds With Miami Owner Polios Expresses Interest Pros Eye Soccer Kicker M I A M I ( A P ) -- "This has opt me from enjoying my b," M i a m i Dolphins' Coach on Shula says about a shout- ig match he and p r i n c i p f i t ·am owner Joe Robbie had ist m o n t h . Shula said Monday that he asn't spoken Lo his boss since ic April 2G confrontation al Ihe n t i p n a 1 Football League lampions' a n n u a l team b a n - uet- The incident reportedly in when Robbie berated l i u l a and his wife for arriving ite at the head table. 'We've got 1,000 people wait- ng on you," Robbie said, acceding to Morris Siege!, a Vashington Star-News colum- ist who erncced the a f f a i r . I ot s get up there." 'Don't ever yell at me in ublic again," Shula reportedly old Robbie, "or I'll knock you n your . . ." Shula later said it was "very vident Robbie had been drink- 'Nobody was settled (at the mnquct tables). I thought he vas corning over to shake ands. Then he started y el- ing," Shula said Monday. Shula is reported to have a :onlract to coach the Dolphins hrough the 1979 season. "When signed the new contract, my bought was lo enact) here until t expired," he said. Asked if he had changed his mind, the head coach said. No. I'm j u s t disappointed in vhat's happened. I'm not in any popularity contest. I just vant to enjoy what I'm doing. 1 ' Shula said Monday thai he ricd to call his boss the day ifter the shouting match, but Robbie did not r e t u r n the call. "Then I called him the nexl week and he didn't return thai I," S ii u 1 a s aid. The coa eh said he left a standing message with Robbie's secretary to have Robbie call. Robbie, who has been out of .own for most of the Jast two weeks, was not available for comment. CLEMSON. S.C. (AP) -- Henry Youssef-Ahmadabadi came :o Clemson University as a soccer player from Miami Dade Junior College. He leaves Clemson as Henry A b a d i , All-Arnerlcan soccer player and kicking specialist candidate with ihe Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. The name change came about at the suggestion of I.M. Ibrahim, Clemson's soccer coach from Israel. Ibrahim, starting f r o m scratch, built Clemson tc No. 4 national status last sea- son in his seventh year on the' job. He says Abadi "has the hardest kick I've ever seen at this level of competition." Bui Ibrahim decided that his star player's name would be too difficult for news media to field and coutd prevent him from receiving proper recognition. So the first five letters of the name were discarded, the last five retained in order and Henry A b a d i was born. He's never played football, but the Cowboys were impressed with his kicking and drafted him. The native Iranian aas signed and will leave Ctem- son next month to report to camp. Anadi, who was graduated last week, says he has a firm jtKlerstanding with the Cowboys that should he make the team he will not play on Saturday for religious reasons. He is a Seventh Day Adventist. Because of this, Clemson did not schedule Saturday games last year and the year before. When the Tigers were beaten by UCAL 2-1 in double overtime in the n a t i o n a l quarter-finals last fall in Miami, the game was played on a Friday. Had Clemson won. it would have had to play on Saturday--without its star, the nation's top col- egiate scorer. Another recent Clemson graduate, Eddie Seigler, hopes to make good as a placekicker with the Washington Redskins. He led Clemson in scoring for three years with his accurate kicking. He failed to survive the Chicago Bear camp last summer, returned to Ctemson to complete his education and haa signed with the Redskins. Newk After Big Alan King Tourney Prize n Davis Cup Play Reserve Sold NEW YORK -- The New York Yankees sold reserve first baseman M'ke Hegan to the M i l w a u k e e Brewers for an undisclosed sum over tile $25,000 wmver price. LAS VEGAS. Nev. (AP) -John N'ewcombe ol Australia, $50,000 richer after his triumph Sunday over Bjorn Bjorg of Sweden, was to face Mexico's MarcelLo Lara today in the opening singles round of the $150.000 Alan King Tennis Classic. The top-seeded Newcombe could top last Sunday's World Championship of Tennis winnings in Dallas by taking this event, which offers a top prize of ?:iO,OOa cash and a $21,000 au tombile to the winner. In another first-round singles match, second-seeded Tom Ok ker of the Netherlands met Jim McMamis of Berkeley, Calif. Unseeded Bob Lutz, formei University of Southern Califor nia star, upset eight-seedec Jaime Fillol of Chile 6-3, 6-3 in the opening of first-round sin g!es action Monday. Third-seeded Arthur Ashe formerly of UCLA, beat Aus t r a l i a n Geoff Masters 7-6, 6-3 in mother first-round single, m a t c h . Rod Lavcr of Australia i seeded fourth, followed by Stai Smith and Cliff Drysdale. Thi tournament ends Sunday. Maki Dies SIMCOE, Ont. -- Wayne Maki, 29. former National Hockey League forward whose career · ndcd because of a b r a i n tumor while playing with the Vancouver Canucks during the 1072-1073 season, died in a Vancouver hospital after a lengthy illness. Australia Pressed CALCUTTTA, India (AP) -Australia fought back to a 2-2 tie in the Davis Cup Eastern Zone tennis finals today with fohn Alexander's triumph over Jasjil Singh of India in the f i r s t reverse singles m a f c h . The long-haired Australian vvith the powerful serves whip jcd Singh 8-6, 6-1 6-3. clinching .he victory with a crashing match-point serve that flew right by his Indian opponent. Alexander's victory thrust the ^layoff f a t e onto the shoulders Vijay A m r i t r a j of India and Bob Gillinan of Australia, who meet later today in the second and f i n a l reverse singles. It was A m r i t r a j who with his brother Anand won the doubles for India with a 17-!5. «-», 6-3, 16-18, 6-4 victory over Alexan der and Colin Diblcy in a match spread over Sunday am Monday. Before that, India and Aus tralia had split the first singles matches--Singh downing Gilti nan 11-9, 9-11, 12-10, B-G and Al exander beating Vijay Ami-it raj, the Indian national cham pion, 12-14, 15-17, 8-6. 2-6. Thus it was the two losers in the opening singles--Vijay Am ritraj and Gtltinan--who were paired in the decisive second reverse singles. Alexander crushed Singh the first reverse singles wit! his lighting serves that often flashed so close to the line lha . luffs of chalk rose when they lit the ground. Singh was loudly cheered by he partisan Indian crowd, however, for his swift volleys and crafty place shots that kept tim in the game despite Alexander's superior serves. In other Davis Cup action, Yugoslavia and West Germany reached the European B semi- f i n a l s , France advanced through the European A competition and South Africa won the American zone f i n a l s . Three Teams Advance In State Prep Diamond Tourney PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) -- i North Little Rock Sylvan Hills, led by the hitting of Joe ilolden and Gary Bull, used a 13-hit attack to defeat Weiner 14 7 Monday night in the state High School Baseball Tournament here. Ilolden was 3 4 at the plate, while Bull had four RBI. In other action Monday, Te- Xai'kana downed I.avaca 8-1, Mountain Home beat Gillette 11-0 and Gosiit-!! wiu'pi;,d Lake Village 21-0. Sylvan Hills meets Mountain Home at 1 p.m. today in quarterfinal action, and Gosnolt plays Tex'.irkana at 3 p.m. Terry Tluekabee struck out eight batters and walked three for Texarkana. He was 3-4 at the plate and drove in three RBI's. GosnelVs winning pitcher Bobby Jacobs, clrovo in seven runs, including five in the first nning. Scott Rcbsamen got Lake Village's only hit which was a single in the fourth inning. Mountain Home scored fiv« runs in the third inning to defeat Gilletl. Barry Luders, was Lhe winning pitcher. Races Postponed INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Three U.S. Auto Club midget a u t o races--scheduled f o r Thursday at Wichita, Kan., Friday at Enid, Okla., and -Saturday at Kansas City--have been postponed, a USAC spokesman said Monday. The races were rescheduled for June 20. 21 and 22, respectively. The USAC spokesman said the organizers postponed the races and and no reason was given. 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