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May 16, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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u N»rthw«rt Arkoniot TIMES, Thurs., Moy 16, Arkansas To Enter 16 In SWC Meet Saturday Arkansas Irack coach Eti Renfrew will take a 16-man learn to the Southwest Conference track and field championships at Rice University in Houston Saturday. "We've marie a lot of progress this spring." said Renfrow. "And each of us is lookinB forward to this meet. I look Tor us to have some good performances." Razor-back freshman Kaill O'Shanghnessy lias the fastest 880-yard run time in (he SWC with a 1:50.4, and the three-mile contingent of Steve Houk. Randy Melancon. Ron Hendee and Slu Perm also has a chance to score high. O'Slwughnessy won his event with a 1:56-8 in the i n d o o r championships at Ft. Worth in February. Houk has the secern ;hest t i m e in the conference three-mile with a I3H8.9. only four-tenths of a second behind Paul Craig (Texas). Melancnn and Hendee rank fifth and sixth in SWC standings. Freshmnn Tom Aspcl lias tiic league's [ifth hest one mile rin w i t h a 'I: nn.fi. am! R a n l Melancon ranks eighth with a 1:11.1. In f i e l d events. A r t h u r K/ell'? 23-10 is seventh hen in th SWC. and his (i-8 high j u m p tics for eighth. Danny H i l l a n t Daryl Revelle are tied fo eighth in the pole v a u l t at 14-r and Chris Schwedcr's 195 javelin t h r o w ranks ninth in the league. Renfrew's remaining entree include Jerry Smith in the 220 yard dash. Derek Rcilly f 4 : l J . r i in the one-mile run. M a r k Ste phens (4S.5) Hoherts Owen (48.2). and Steve H a l l (-13.8) in the -MO-yard dash, antt Re Ouynn (H.5. 53.5) in the !20 yard and 440-yard hurdles. Stephens. Hall, Owens am Smith will run the one-mil relay. Texas won the iniloor cham pionship, liaylor was second and Texas A M and Arkansa were third and fourth respec lively. Newcombe, Gerken In Semifinal LAS VEGAS, Nov. (AP) -Top-seeded John Newcomhe il Australia faced Paul Gerken of East Mot-walk. Conn., today fo. a shot at a q u a r t e r - f i n a l berth in the S150.000 Alan King Tennis Tournament. Fnur niayers reached t h e quarter-finals Wednesday in the tournament, which a w a r d s $30, (inn plus a 521.000 automobile to the winner. Third-seeded Arthur Ashe playing cautiously in blustery winds up to 30 miles per hour, deflated Mexico's R a u l Kami rez 7-5, 7-5. Unseeded Marty Kicssen also reached the quarter f i n a l s h beating six - seeded Tom Gorman of Seattle. Wash.. 7-G, fi-3. In a late afternoon mate]' Wednesday, f i f t t l - seeded Star Smith defeated Roseoe Tanner if Lookout M o u n t a i n . Tenn., '!6, 6-0, 6-3. Bob L u l z of Satisalito. Calif., won his chance to enter She round of eight by beating de lending champion Brian Gottfried of Fort Lauilerdale, Fla. 4-S. 6-2. 6-3. In other matches today, Tom Okker if the Netherlands was pitted against Cliff Richev o: San Angola, Tex.; Kitdic Dibb; of M i a m i , Fla., was to mee Harold Solomon of Houston and fourth-seeded Rod haver o Australia was matched agains Dick Stockton of Port Washing ton. N.Y. Souh Africa's Cliff flrysdali Newcombe, who defeatei South Africa's Cliff Drysdali for the t i t l e two years ago. ant Laver are tht only ptayers to Laver are the only players t win four tournaments 'on rln. World Championship of Tennis tour this year. Klastase Rolls MUNICH -- Romania's Hi. Nastase beat Attila Korpas o West Germany 6-2. 7-5 in tin 5 !) t h International Tenni Championships. JBU Qualifies For Playoffs John Rrown University' Tasehall team recently capture Its first District 17 title, qua! Tying for the NAIA Area I'h playoffs al B i r m i n g h a m Ala on May 22. On the f i r s t day of tiislrii Dlay. JBU defeated Souther State 7-5, Henderson Stat downed Ouachitii Baptist 0 and Southern State eliminate OBU by the score of 10-1. The f o u r t h game of the ton nament saw JBU edge favorc Henderson 3-2. behind the pi ching of starter Tim William and reliever Phil Talkingtoi Sam Holland drove in tl deciding runs with a squoe/ bunt and a sacrifice f l y . Henderson rehrninded to P: minatc Southern State in th fifth game, and then staye a l i v e in [he douhle-eliminatio tournament by blitzing JBU 3. In the championship gam Ragles Coach W a l l y Moo calleil on Hick Willis to fac Henderson. Willis held the Re dies lo two runs through seve innings ticfore tiring in II eighth. Talkington bailed hi out in t h a t inning and rcquin only three pitches in the nin (o preserve JBU's 6- 2victory. 51470 We have a savings program and inlerest rate to meet your needs, Fayetteville S a v i n g s Loan Association 201 N. East Avenue THE STOPS YOU DEMAND AT THE PRICE YOU LIKE! $10.79 ;EXCH. 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