Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 26, 1974 · Page 30
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 30

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, May 26, 1974
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·c · Nermwn* Arkamat TTMM, Jon., May 26, 1*74 PAVKTTIVILU, MHANSJU Valdes Stops Benny Briscoe For Middle Weight Crown MONTE CARLO (AP) -I Roririgo Valries ul Colombia knocked Benny Briscoe down with « short right to the mouth ·nri a left hook and stopped Hie American in the seventh round to win the World Boxing Council's middlweight championship Saturday night. The seventh round appeared to be Briscoe's best of the scheduled 15-roundcr when Valdes suddenly ended it in the final seconds. Briscoe had hurt Valdes early in the round with a hard right that brought blood from the Colombian's left eye, which was cut in the fourth round. ;Then ]alc in the seventh Briscoe bulled Valdes to the ropes and threw a right. Valdes suddenly flashed home t h e right that traveled just inches and followed with a left hook. Down wont Briscoe. He strug pled up quickly, but referee iarrv Gihhs of Great B r i t a i n ;toppcd the fight after giving a m a n d a t o r y eight count. The victory makes the 27- ·car-old Colombian a logical opponent for Carlos Monnon if he Argentine decides to keep on fighting. Monxon was stripped of his .itlc hy the WBC after he re- 'uscd to take a dope test follow- ng his second beating of Jean Claude Boutlier and also his re fusa] to pay a $5,000 fine levied hy the European Boxing Union The World Boxing Association and some other boxing govern ing bodies still recognize Mon zon as champion. The defeat apparently ondnr the veteran Briscoe's long ten ure as a top middlcwieght. He is 31. Valdes weighed 1563S, Brisccv 156V4 Bethany Honored ARKADELPH1A. Ark. (AP) -- Dave Bethany of Texas oulhern University at Houston vas named NAIA track anc icld coach of the y«ar Saturday. Louisiana Tech Stuns Texas . A R L I N G T O N , Tex. (AP) -- | Upstart Louisiana Tech. refus- ; ijig to be awed by the creden- t i a l s of the opposition, stunned No ·! r a n k n d Texas 5-4 Saturday in the opening game of the NCAA Dist. 6 baseball doubleheader behind the suiicrb relief pitching of Randy McGilberry. McGilbcrry came on in relief of starter Eddie Holman in the seventh inning and cut the rallying Longhorns down after they had scored three times Lo come within one run of the Bulldogs. The Southland Conference champion Bulldogs could advance to the NCAA College Baseball World Series in Omaha, Neb., June 7 with a victory over the Southwest Conference champions in the second game of the doubleheader at Arlington Stadium. Tech scored four runs in th fifth inning to chase Texa starter Richard Wortham, no' 103 for the season, and score the eventual winning run in th seventh on a passed ball b Texas catcher Rick Hurley. The Bullodgs are now 28-1 for the year. Texas is 50-6. Texas led 1-0 in the third ii tiing on third baseman Keit Morclanrt's towering 370-foc homor. Trailing 5-1. Texas na rowed the lead to 5-4 an chased Holman in the seventh It was the second save of th series for McGilberry, wh handcuffed Pan American relief Friday night as the Bu dogs won 3-2. Th* TIMES I* On Top of Th* N*w* S*v*n Dnyt a Week Jackson Heads List Of All-America Game Signees LUBBOCK -- Wilbur Jackson, lahama's premier running ·ack. heads a list of H players gning this week to play In if. Hth a n n u a l Coaches All- mcrica Game scheduled June I in Texas Tech's Janes Sta- ium. Signing with the 6-2, 19.5- pnund Jackson to play with :oach Johnny Major's Kast cam were Henry Lawrence, o f f e n s i v e lineman. Florida ASM; Pete Wessell. offensive ineman. Northwestern; Willie Burden, running-back, North Jarolina Slate: and Roscoe Word, defensive back. Jackson Stale. n k i n g with Coach Barry Switzer's West team were Keith Fahnhorst, tight end. M i n - nesota; Claude Minor, offensive lineman. San Diego State; Scotl Anderson, center, Missouri; Ken Grandberry, running back, Washington State; Ric Dvorak, defensive lineman. Wichita Slate; David Smith, linebacker, Oklahoma; Steve Nelson, line- hacker. North Dakota State; Clyde Powers, defensive back. Oklahoma; and Danny Colbert, defensive back, Tulsa. J a c k s o n w a s Alabama's leading rusher for the past two seasons and also the leading rusher in the Southeastern Conference. He was drafted by San Francisco in the first round. The Alabama star averaged 7.2 yards per carry during his career and had a career tola' of 1,529 yards on 212 carries tor 17 touchdowns. He was named All-Southeastern Confer ence the past two years. MEMORIAL DAY INVITATIONAL RACE $1500 PURSE Time Trials-1:30 P.M. Races -7:30 P.M. MONDAY, MAY 27th Admission: Adults, $3.00 Children 6-12: $1.00 FAY SPEEDWAY Willoughby Road A total of 33 players have now accepted invitations to pla n the nationally-televiset classic featuring outstanding footballers from throughout th country. A coaching clinic sponsore by the American Fpotba Coaches Association will b held in conjunction with th game. It is scheduled for June 20-22 in the Lubbock Municipa Auditorium. Tickets for the game go o sale June 3 at the Texas Ter Ticket Office. A record crow of more than 43,000 saw th game last year. _ ELECT RAYMOND JOHNSON TREASURER EXPERIENCE 23 years in payroll, book- ikeeping, accounting, administrative, and audit work. This included the management of both small and large ioffice forces. 11 years in local {business. EDUCATION illigh school plus three years at U of A College of Business Administration. CAPABILITY Promoted 12 times in the US Navy, from Apprentice Seaman to Lieutenant Commander in the Supply Corps. 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