Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 24, 1974 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 24, 1974
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Hog Diamond Team Signs Tulsa Star FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) Jeff Hemm, a catcher f o r Hale High School at Tulsa. Okla., signed a national baseball letter of intent Thursday with the University of Arkansas. Hemm hit .407 his senior year and had 20 RBI and hit .500 during the state tournament. He was selected to the Tulsa World all-city team. Hemm is the Ihird baseball prospect to sign with the Razorbacks. I Cleveland Blanks Aifcamm TIMfS, Friday, May 34, 1974 ABKANU* IS Brewers Blow Past Detroit, 7-3 By KEN RAPPOPORT AP Sporls tt'rilcr all about--and we have a team that can keep the pressure on." The Brewers most [amous said Milwaukee's George Scott these days in Milwaukee are after a 7-3 victory over the Dc- the ones that play baseball, not troit Tigers ^ Thursday. "We maki ' ' L ~ Three Games Highlight Softball Play Three city Softball games were played in the Eastern Long known as the stronghold of suds, Milwaukee's cup suddenly is running over in the American League East pennant race. ''Pressure is what baseball's Garvey Plans New WFt Play PORTLAND (AP) -- Ed Gar, vey. executive director of the National Football League Players Association, has written to veteran players on World Foot ball League rosters regarding who hit for average and guys who hit for power. We should keep the pressure on all the time." Particularly. Milwaukee s racehorse style has caught the Formation Of ers Association soon to insure bargaining power with owners. He indicated the NFLPA wants to join with a WFL players association to trcvent any merger of the two .eagues. fancy of the hometown fans. The Brewers have literally raced into first place in the East race with a running game. Against the Tigers Thursday, the Brewers stole a club record five bases .and had 11 Jn the Wednesday night at Park. Br'er Fran's League Ashcll milsluggcd EPC 17-7 in the first. Lazonby Frontier Real Estate ripped McDonald's 15-10 in the second and Standard Register clubbed Dennis Home Furnishings 16-4 in Ihe third. For Rr'or Fran's, Jerry Taylor Rot the win and helped his own cause with four RBI. Teammates Tom HeMIn and "David Courtney scored three times each. Johnny Johnson took Hie loss for which got two HBI and t w o runs from Gone Gehrke. Greg Porter also scored two runs. Tut Morrow was ilie wimiin_ pitcher Tor La/en by and Ben Schlcgcl took the loss for McDonald's. Jim Shrcve drove in four runs and Bill Bowen scored three for the winners. Tim Ltipcr scored three limes For McDonald's. In the final game Roger Grant got tho victory over Wayne Prince. Cliaso Uart led Standard Register with four RBI and three runs. Loy Jones also scored three times for the winners. Ihe formation of a players association for the new league, a s)okesman for the WFL's Portland Storm said Thursday night. "It is not beyond the realm of one's imagination to think that (he WFL and NFL are already considering a merger," Garvey says in his letter, dated May 17, "and we must move quickly to make certain that the rights of players arc protected." The letter offers use of Ihe NFLPA staff and asks WFL players to sign a statement giving Garvey the ri^;ht to act as their bargaining agent. He urg . -! 1 i · r r cc the WFL players to aci "The NFL Players Association is delighted with the creation of the World Football League. We see the creation of the WFL as a greafc opportunity to strengthen the bargaining position oT all players," the let- tor says. "The collective strength will he increased only if the two associations work closely together." Garvey's letter says thai the hoard of representatives of the NFLPA has authorised the staff to help organize Ihe WFL association so that players in the WFL will receive the same protections in the long run that the players now enjoy in the NFL. ' .SHERIFF'S i ' ^ OFFICE « * · Arkansas Travs Sweep Twinbill ALEXANDRIA, La. (AP) -Tho Arkansas Travelers turned four hits into three fourth-inning runs and beat Alexandria 5-2 to .complete a sweep of a doubleheadcr here Thursday night. Arkansas won the first game 10-2, scoring all of its rans in the final two innings. The sweep moved the Travelers to within 3'/z games of Victoria in the Texas League East. Arkansas and Victoria w e r e lied 1-1 after three innings of the second game. Doug Clark doubled to leead off the fourth and scored on a single by Mike Potter. Tom Zimmer singled and then Larry Herndon's single rolled through the cen terfielder's legs, scoring two ins. Clark put the Travelers ahead 4-2 in the first game with a bases loaded double that net led three runs in the top of the sixth inning. Danny Loorner Rudy Kinard. Jerry Mumphrej and Joe Lindsey doubled in the six-run seventh inning. Arkansas opens an 11-gam home-stand tonight with a clou bleheadcr against Alexandria, our-game series, which they won, 3-1. In Thursday's other Amcri- :an League games, the Cleveand Indians blanked the Baltimore Orioles 2-0; the California Angels beat the Kansas City Royals 3-1 and the Chicago Vhite Sox stopped the Texas Rangers 9-t. Scott's bloop triple capped a wo-run seventh inning rally hat lifted Milwaukee over De- roit. IGA, Eason's Grab Babe Ruth Victories Action continued at full speed Thursday evening in Fayelte vtlle's Babe Rnlh League with TGA and Enson Co. taking victories. Carter Goodo pitched Eason's past Dennis Home Furnishings 4-0 as Mike Taylor went down to defeat for Dennis. Jeff Day, David Pcnnington, Jay Honeycutt and Jack Da tight cry singled for the winners while Drew Phillips collected the only hit for Dennis. In the second game IRA swept past Collier's 8-1. Darrcll Strange struck out 14 baiters en roulc to tho'Victory and in the process allowed only one hit. Duane Dunn was charged with the defeat. Rick AllVcd doubled for IGA while Grant. Osburn and David Murphy added singles. Terry Lawson had the only hit for Collier's. DICK HOYT T H E f IN Gaylord Perry pitched a three-hitter and George Hendr-l ick singled home the only run he needed, leading Cleveland over Baltimore. Both Cleveland runs off Jim Palmer. 2-5. were unearned with Hendrick's sixth-inning single snapping a 2l-inning scoreless string for the Indians. ANGELS 3, ROYALS 1 Robby Valentine hit a bases loaded sacrifice fly in the seventh inning, scoring Ellic Rod- he has driven home a run, leaving him one short of the major league record shared by Bab* Ruth and Mel Ott. rigucz and capping a two-run rally that gave Nolan Ryan and California its victory over Kansas City. WHITE SOX 9, RANGERS 5 Carlos May, Ed Herrmann and Ron Santo provided the key hits in three different rallies, leading Chicago over Texas. Texas slugger Jeff Burroughs hit his llth homer of the year to drive in his American League-leading 46th run of the baseball season. It also marked the 10th straight game in which I HEAVY DUTY MUFFLER it tastes Jfi expensive ...and is. Made from an original old style sour mash recipe by Bill Samuels, fourth generation Kentucky Distiller. JU*irt»l«rhOiliillers.U!rrtto,l(ir..Nm«!/Proof-Fully Matured. · Lifetime Guarantee DUALS ---Adding One Side * *·* A Including One T^iJ Muffler «»»«JW Both Sides Including Both Mufflers T*r all American made pickups and cars except some Eldora' dot and Toronados. SEEBURG MUFFLER Highway 71 North, Nortli of City Limits. Springdale, Arkansas Congress. which one? Dick Hoyt will always be "IN". If he is temporarily absent he will have a Chief Deputy who will be on duty and authorized to take full action in any circumstances. Elect "Dick" Hoyt Sheriff of Washington County Pol. Ad paid by DiL-k Hoyt, Fayetteville 100 SILVER DOLLARS TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT OUR... GRAND OPENING SATURDAY, JUNE 1st COME IN BETWEEN NOW AND JUNE FIRST TO REGISTER FOR PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY. COME BY AND SEE THE NEW PERFECT PLEAT MACHINE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS MIXES CUSTOM TRIM DRI-DRI AND UPHOLSTERY DRAPERY 751-6620 CLEANERS 905 JACKSON STATE SENATOR GENE RAINWATER AGE: 49 LEGISLATIVE EXPERIENCE: 2 terms -- Arkansas House of Representatives 2 terms -- Arkansas Senate (currently serving 2nd term) MILITARY SERVICE TO COUNTRY: Naval Commander (Retired) World War II and Korean War WORK EXPERIENCE: 20 years. Rainwater Trucking Company (14 years as President) 2 years, partner, M R Polled Hereford Farm 4 years, dairy farmer EDUCATION: Cavanaugh High School College of the Ozarks Arkansas AM Northwestern University (Chicago) PRESENT LEGISLATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES: Vice-Chairman, Public Transportation Committee Member, City-County Local Affairs Committee 3rd District Member, Joint Legislative Audit Committee CIVIC, POLITICAL, AND FRATERNAL ACTIVITIES: Life Member, VFW Member, American Legion Member, Reserve Officers Association Member, Farm Bureau Board of Directors: South Sebastian County Boys Club Vice-President, South Sebastian County 4-H Foundation President, Greenwood Roundup Club BILL CLINTON AGE: 27 None None 8 months, teacher,University of Arkansas Law School 5 months each of 2 different years, Instructor, University of New Haven (Conn.) 18 months (while in college) assistant clerk, Foreign Relations Committee Hot Springs High School Georgetown University (Washington, D.C.) Yate Oxford (Rhodes Scholar) None Texas Coordinator, McGovern Campaign Arkansas Bar Association American Bar Association ^Prepared from Official Biographical Sheet published by Gene Rainwater this year. ' Prepared directly from Official Biographical Sheet published by Bid Clinton this year. paid lor by W. E. Rainwater, Greenwood, Atkansa

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