Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 27, 1974 · Page 13
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May 27, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

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Gary Player Wins Danny Thomas Open MEMPHIS (AP) - Gary Player has won 18 tournaments on the American pro golf' tour, and an eye-popping total of M In his globe-trotting career.' And it's getting easier all the time, says the man who won the Masters only last'month. "For M years I played golf fearing a hook, 1 ' the little South African sain Sunday after his five-under-par 67 in the final round had lifted him from five strokes oft the pace to a two- shot victory in the Danny Thomas-Memphis Golf Classic. "After my operation last year I changed to a more upright stance, which prohibits me from coming over the ball. I have much more confidence in my swing now than I ever did, 1 Player said. "I don't have the fear I once had. In that respect, winning now is easier than it was for the first 20 years I played golf." Player capped his dramatic comeback with a birdie from a bunker on the 12th hole--he holed the sand shot from 40 fee for his third consecutive bird-and put together a 72-hoIe tola of 273, tt distant 15 under pai on the 7,153-yard Colonial Coun try Club course. Hubert Green, a two-timi winner this season who had le through the second and third rounds and for 11 holes of the final 18, tied for second witt Lou Graham at 275. The group at 276--all c whom challenged for the lea at one time or another over th drive down the stretch--includ ed Don Bies, Bob Wynn an Tom Watson. Watson had a SB Wynn 71 and Bies 70 despite double bogey on the final hole. Dave Hill, a four-time Mem phis champion and the pre-tour nament favorite, wasn't in i after the first round and fin ished with a 74-284. Lee Trevin blew to a final 76 and 288: Player has won two tour naments in only seven starts o the American tour this seaso and hasn't finished lower tha 1 8 t h . His money-winning amount to' $91,000 for the yeai including the $35,000 he collec ed from the total purse of $175 000 here. Final scores and moncy-winninjB Sun rfay in th« H75.000 Danny Thomas-Men* phis GOII Classic on Ite 7.193-yanl, par 72 Colonial Country Club course: odger* Dump Frisco Montreal Shades Phils, 5-1 7 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dennis Blair won't be with graduating cUss at Catifar- a State University for a bile. Playing 'baseball with he Montreal; Expos has put urn behind schedule as far as college is concerned. : The youngster; is a full year head of the personal timetable Gary Player, i35,000 Hubert Green, *IS.I87 Lou Graham R6.187 Bob Wynn, J7.233 Don Bies, $7,233 Turn Watson, $7,233 l^rry Ziegler. I5.TWI Bobby Mitchell, $5.381 Ray Kloyd, 74.725 Forrest Fezler. W.025 Chuck CourtneV, W.025 Gary Groh, $4.025 Rod Curl J3,237 John Lister. $3,237 Al Gelberger, $2.800 Jim Colbert, J2.BOO S-72-69-67--27 66«-7073--27 67-71-E7-70--3? 71 (6 70.71-272-68-6970 71-66-74-70--» 70-71-69-7 71-70-72-* 6S«.75-7J-2S! 66-72-71-74- l^onarrl Thompson, J2.800 70-7t-72-70--283 Lurry Hmson, $2,024 74^8-71-71--26 Lyn Loll, $2,024 73-70-fia-'i Dav* Hill, $2.024 67-73-70-74-IW Wally Armstrong, $2 M4 70-68-73-73--» Monty Kaser, J2.023 ffl-707 69.70-74-71--28- Lnbron Harris, 5J2.021 70 70-75-« Joe Iiunan, $1.407" (S 72-71 -7i Tom Shaw, n.407 7^-70-71-T 1 Moy V, 1*74 · Tt be set, though, and the result was a smile on the face Expos Manager Gene Mauch. Blair won't be 20 until June 9, but he pitched like a veteran, lasting until the ninth Inning of Sunday's 5-1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. In other National League games, the St. Louis Cardinals bombed the Chicago Cubs T-I; the Cincinnati Reds dropped the San Diefo Padres 4-1; the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the San Francisco Giants 9-5, and the New York Nets nipped the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-1. The Houston Astros and Atlanta Braves game was rained out. "I really didn't expect to be up in the majors until 1975 or 71." said Blair, who attended Cal State b the off-season when he wasn't working in Cocoa, Fla., of the rookie league. West Palm Beach of Class A ball, and Quebec of Class AA ball. As Twins Blast Texas Rangers 6-1 Darwin Cracks Herculean Homer After his impressive debut Sunday, it's possible that Blair will be spending more summers with Montreal of the National [| League. REDS 4, PADRES 1 Roger Nelson's six-hitter, two hits by Pete Rose and a sacri-|{ fice fly by Dan Driessen led Cincinnati past San Diego. Nelson lost his shutout in the third inning when Bobby Tolan walked and scored on a double by Enzo Hernandez. DODGERS 9, GIANTS 5 Willie Crawford drove in two runs and scored three for Los Angeles in their triumph over San Francisco. REVPHOLSTERY SPECIAL! SOFA $129.00 Includes ·nd MUtorial* Choice of Naugahyde, Nylons. Herculons and V/ewel* Choice of Color* 3 EAST MOUNTAIN RECOVERY ROOM Phone 521-8815 3y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The fans way up in the left eld second deck of Min- esota's Metropolitan Stadium at only got to see a baseball ame Sunday--but also got to ee a baseball. Despite the muscular boys of winner who play for the Twins, nobody--well, hardly nybody--has hit a ball that far 'ince they've been in the park. But on Sunday, Bobby Darwin drove one 515 feel into that araway place and the hercu- ean home run helped carry the Twins to a 6-1 victory over the 'exas Rangers. "I'm going to give the ball to my little boy," said Darwin, who became only the second ilayer to reach the upper deck. Xirwin's teammate, Harmon Killebrew, tagged a 522-foot job off Lew Burdette on June 3, 1967. In the other American League games, the New York Yankees swept a doubleheader from the Baltimore Orioles «-5 and 7-5; the Oakland A's stopped the California Angels 65; the Detroit Tigers nudged the Cleveland Indians 2-1: the Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago White Sox 4-1 and the Boston Red Sox turned back the Milwaukee Brewers 4-1. Darwin's magnificent two-run blast, his eighth of the season, capped a three-run rally in the seventh inning and helped Joe Decker coast to his fifth victory in nine decisions. Decker pitched an eight-hitter. YANKEES 6-7, ORIOLES 5-5 Thurman Munson and Bill Su- dakis socked two-rim homers, helping New York snap a five game losing streak with its 'irst-game victory over Baltimore. Singles by Elliott Maddox, Bobby Murcer and Ron Blomberg and Graig Nettles' double keyed a five-run fourth inning that carried New York to victory in the second game. A's I, ANGELS 5 Sal Bando's seventh-inning sacrifice fly scored Bill North with the winning run to help Oakland snap a four-game California winning streak. TIGERS 2, INDIANS 1 Mickey Lolich fired a fiv^hit- ter for his fourth straight victo- Cincinnati's Pete Rose Resents Bad Guy Image combative Reds' hitting the National League's CINCINNATI (AP) -- Cincinnati Reds' outfielder Pete Rose lays his celebrated skirmish with New York Mete 'infielder Bud Harrelson has painted him as Baseball's No. 1 villain--and he doesn't like the role. 'That incident has caused more controversy involving me :han anything in my career. I didn't try to be a bully," he insists. The star, Most Valuable Player of 1973, confronts Harrelson on the field tonight for the first time since last October's fistic explosion in Shea Stadium. Rose has been the target of verbal abuse--the worst of his 12-year career--during recent games in Los Angeles, S a n Francisco and Chicago. After a game last week against the Dodgers in which he was pelted with a variety of litter, the Cincinnati captain said: "For the first time in my career playing baseball wasn' 1 fun." The 33-year-old superstai says the once-warm respect o ry, leading Detroit over Cleve,and. Loltch struck out a season-high 11 batters to bring his record to 5-5, ROYALS 4, WHITE SOX 1 Jim Wohtford's run-scoring triple in the midst of a three- run fourth inning helped Kansas City beat Chicago. RED SOX 4, BREWERS 1 Rico Petrocelii and Carlton Fisk hit home runs, powering Boston over Milwaukee. Left- hander Bill Lee allowed eight hits and walked three, but worked out of trouble in several innings. ormed Into ringing insults. "I've been booed severely bis year and it must be from' the publicity about the Harrelson incident," be said. He fears the worst is yet to come. The Reds make their irst appearance in New York next week. "I might just play centerfield," he quipped. His reception in Los Angeles ast week may have been a factor in his O-for-20 slump--the longest hitless slump of his career. His batting average has dropped 90 points in the past month. . "It's getting to me." he said. "I was playing scared out there." Once warmly greeted in vis- ting parks, the fan falling-out apparently stems from his infamous slide into Harrelson during the National League playoffs. Rose slid into Harrelson the traditional attempt to break up completion of a double play During the heated action, the two exchanged punches, triggering a frenzied reaction from New Fayetteville Precinct Polling Places 15th 19th 10 n 8 Bockwood Trail fraterliie J«ff erson School* T 1 «a Pnd tar by WMUnjtm Coonty Denoentie Centra! Committee, Ana Benry, Chairmw V1MJNIAU2M %i^ CUSTOM TAILORS In Foyetteville For 1 Day. May 28 DONT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY G*t custom mWnirarl for v«* r "*·* enter OMH wits, ^xrt cotts, shirts, l*di*t suits, drasts, formdwMr. coats. SALE! SALE! SALE! SELECT FROM THOUSANDS OF IMPORTED SAMPLES Mm- Elfish »ort«)»itl Double knit/CnliiMraipt.iKJiM JSMtt Men'« slacks Men'! shin, Ladin/Men't Cohm. Top Con Ladies knit tuiu "34*8: EXCLUDING DUTY MAILING FOR APPOINTMENT MASTER TAHjOR: J. S. RAVI at the HoHdya Inn, Tele. 443-43Z3 ·*«·« MtnkMi H nrt In, lim» WHAT IS FIRST FEDERAL UP TO? 95% LOANS TO BUILD YOUR HOME first federal savings 2 Locations To Serve You On The Square and Northwest Arkansas Plaza PHONE 521-3424 or 521-3534 INTERESTED IN EFFICIENT- CONSIDERATE LAW ENFORCEMENT? THIS IS MY PLEDGE TO YOU I PLEDGE to Hie people of Washington County MATURE, SOUND, CONSIDERATE and EFFICIENT management of the office of SHERIFF. YOU, the taxpayers, one and a'l, are the people that pay the SHERIFF and the people that work with him. I PLEDGE to you that we will work the duties of the SHERIFF'S OFFICE as employes of you, the taxpayers, and not operate as if we own the office and you citizens have nothing to do with the way we operate a* your law enforcement officers. I PLEDGE to you that we will be CONSIDERATE to each person regardless of his or her standing in the county. 1 also PLEDGE to you that all persons that hove business concerning law and order wiH be Welcomed in o considerate manner at the Sheriff's office, or by phone by the Sheriff and his employes at all hours (day or night). I hare talked with various citizens in various locations of the county and they express resentment about not receiving the kind of representativon they feel they are entitled to reeeiee. I HAVE PROPOSED to various groups that I would place field deputies in strategic locations in rural area* and appoint citizens of these rural areas ·t Special Deputies to assist these field deputies in enforcing the law. This, I feel sure will make better cooperation with the office of Sheriff and also reduce the rate of crime in all areas. I ALSO PLEDGE that the Sheriff's office wrll be operated as a business should be, by keeping accurate records of all transactions conducted through the Sheriff's office. I FURTHER PLEDGE these rec- ordes may be inspected by any concerned taxpayer upon request to do so. We PLEDGE to operate the facilities of the Sheriff's office in an efficient manner at ad times. WE PLEDGE to co-operate with all law enforcement agencies, -all orgonizotionss and each individual that offeer any kind of betterment in helping establish law and order in Washington County. We want you, the Citizens to know that the office of the Sheriff, the sheriff and all employes, are working for you and is not an office that is operated by privatee ownership. · To be the kind of sheriff you are entitled to, we will need your full cooperation at all times. When you elect me your SHERIFF, I will ask you, the taxpaying citizens, for your cooperation and with it. we can have a sheriff's office ond a body of Law Enforcement personnel that I feeel sure you will rake great pride in being a part of. I RESPECTFULLY ASK FOR YOUR VOTE AND INFLUENCE PAUL D. PEEVY Democrat Candidate for WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF Political Ad Paid For by Paul D. Peevy

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