Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 22, 1974 · Page 19
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 19

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 22, 1974
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AriuMM TIMES, W*l., May 11. 1974 Mcllroy, UCT Colled Wins Mcllroy Bank and UCT picket) up Babe Ruth victories in the second nighl of action at Fayelteville's new Babe Ruth field. The Bankers clubbed Dennis Home Furnishings 13-3 as Charles Ferguson picked up Ihe win and Mike Curtsinger was charged with the loss. Jimmy Lupcr slammed a triple for Mcllroy while Todd Darter and Ferguson had doubles. Luper. Joe Holt, Mike Dillard Steve Coker. Max Thomas and Danny Purser all singled for Mcllroy. Curtsinger doubled for the losers while Mark Worsham, Mike Taylor and B r u u m White head singled. UCT edged First Federal 7-8 the second game. Marty McNcal picked up the victory 'or UCT while Terry Fraley absorbed the defeat. Mike Grcn. David Peterson and John Phillips alt singled for the winners. Wcs Lamb banged a triple for First Federal while teammates Billy Boilinger, Fraley and Lamb collected singles. Binford Says Only God Can Stop It Indy 500 Set For Sunday INDIANAPOLIS ( A P ) --I racing. That deadline, speed In A Cloud Of Dust There will be a SOO-rnile auto race at the Inianapolis Motor Speedway Sunday, a ton Speedway official says, despite a $1 million lawsuit to keep it from going off on schedule. "We wilt have a race Sunday." Chief Steward Tom Binford promised. "The only person who can stop it is God. and we haven't talked to Him." Suit was filed Tuesday In Marion County Superior Court in Indianapolis by attorneys Wright Hugus Jr.. and Don A. Tabbert on behalf of seven ang ry car owners. The suiti also seeks a tern lorary restraining order halt ng further activity at Uie track until the case is heard. Judge Frank Symmes set a hearing fir early today. 11 CARS LEFT AT LINE The action stems from last Saturday's rain-shortened time .rials that left 11 cars at the line when the track closed for OakUatf left HeMer BUI North nln(. frlltattt a* h» tildes Into vu (lit* *· a iteal TiMday e v e - E r i c The throw 1o Mlnne- Twins third baseman Soderhnlm (12) came Ino Uie to make the play. Coach Irv Noren Is In foreground. (AP Wirephnln) State Awards At Stake Bass Chapter Begins On Table Rock Lake 9f AUBUT SHEPHERD Practice it over lor the 132 ·Mwrnten from 22 states who aft entered, in the National l.A.S.S. Chapter Tournament at Table Rock Reservoir. Today's fish count toward the cham pnothip for individuals and for (be varioui itaU teams. The top individual - winner will be automatically qualified for the Miller B.A.S.S. Classic. The winning team will take home Utah Stars Up F After Successful SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - T*« Utah Stars, No. 1 in the American Basketball Association thii season, are up for Ml* Main with the announcement that a deal to sell the term locaHy has fallen through. Owner Bill Daniels, who has said he seeks the nomination for governor of Colorado, last April announced a deal to sell i reward for its whole state, and especially for its fisheries development and research programs. A r k a n s a s ' entrants in the tournament are Bob Carnes of Springtlale. Roger Mhoon of Fayettevillc, Joe Crowden of Fort Smith. Billy Tew. .Melvin Womach. and Rick Garlough. The stale federation of bass clubs is paying all expenses for these six members of the team. or Sale Season Salt Lake City. Inability to complete the transaction and leave time for the sale of $3.5 million in publicly offered stock by Aug. 31 was cited by another spokesman as the major hangup in the deal. Daniels said the sale price of $2.7 million has beenupped by Full Schedule Highlights City Softball Action City softball action continued Monday and Tuesday evenings at the City Park with play scheduled in both the men's and TL Leaders Keep Winning By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eleventh-hour scoring made the difference for West Division leaders San Antonio and El Paso in Texas League baseball Tuesday. East Division teams never women's leagues. In women's league action Wilderness Point Resort near ·Cimherling. Missouri, is the site jf the weigh-ins which are to x held this afternoon, starling about 3:00 o'clock and lasting until all boats are in. Thursday and Friday weigh-ins will be held at the same location, with he Friday session ending early o accomodale the awards cere- played Monday evening Ozark Floor exploded for a 41-5 spanking of Shakespeare. Libby Wetzel was the winning hurler vhile Incite Cate suffered the nss. Patsy Cook paced the vinners with four hits in four rips to the plate and seven RBIs. In the second game McClintnn nony. Winners be asked to the Brothers clipped EPC Penny Pahst picked up share their secrets w i t h crowd at the dock. Fish will be released alive if at all possi lie. The same equipment used at national B.A.S.S. Pro tourna ments will be on h a n d to insure the survival of a very high percentage of the bass caught. The awards banquet will be held at 8 p.m. at Kimberling Inn. A limited number of places may he available to the public at five dollars « ticket. The afternoon awards ceremony, however, is open to the public free of charge. victory while Jjdy Mahone was charged with the loss. Cheryl N o t t e n k a m p e r h a d three doubles and live RBI's for EPC while Sally Steward went 4-4 with two home runs. In the men's league Washlng- -jn Observer maintained their perfect season record downing previously Citv of FayelteviUe Snowden led the hitting for the Observer with unbeaten 7-2. Greg stepped on a diamond, meanwhile, as rains postponed the Victoria at Shreveport and Arkansas at Alexandria games. San Antonio's Brewers collected four runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to defeat West Division cellar dweller Amarillo 5-4. Will Aaron blasted a two-run triple to tie the score just before David Oliver singled in the winning San Antonio run. Pitcher Larry Anderson claimed the decision, striking out six batters and \yalking lour in tossing a seven'-hitter El Paso's Dablos capitalized on a Rockv Jordan hit in the bottom of the eighth inning to score Frankie George and break a 5-5 tie in boating Midland G-5. Reliefer Louis Quintana retired the last four Midland batters after a Cub threat in the eight. The victory upped Quin- way officials say. was set down n the Speedway entry blank signed bv each of Ihe 61 entrants who actually brought cars to the track. The car owners who did not get an attempt to qualify contended the deadline should have been extended to give all of the 50 cars that had been certified an opportunity to make the 33- car field. The pleas were denied. And Speedway officials turned down further requests for a reopening of qualifications. Speedway officials hope the court hearings won't delay Thursday's carburetion tests Sinford. who succeeded con troversial Harlan Fengler this year said," of course we wil' do whatever the judge says we should do." PLAINTIFFS NAMED Plaintiffs are Roy Woods Racing. Carl Gehlhausen, Lar ry McCoy Sr.. KiL Bacing Webster Racing. Rasmusser Racing Products Inc. a n d Grant King Racing. King said later he had no .ven permission to use hi. name in connection with the suit. King, whose No. 1 driver Tom Sneva, already holds third-row starting spot, said, don't need to go to court to tel the Speedway people what have already told them in per son. They didn't treat these people right." Sneva and driver Jim Hurt ise who also qualified, and irnelli Jones. 1963 Indy 500 nner and owner of the cars of arters Mario Andretti. Al Un- r and rookie Jan Opperman, ere among those who said the rivers were wronged. A suggestion by Hugus and abbert that the Speedway add 12th row to the race also was rned down. The Speedway also had of- red the plaintiffs a chance to open the trials if they obtain- signatures from owners or rivers of already qualified ars But Hugus and Tabbert aid they fell far short of the ( names. Last-pl«e« starter Larry Gannon refused :o sign. __-- TERMITES? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roachei, Ant». 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