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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 17

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Despite Grease Free Diet Hwtfcw** Arfcama* TIMIS, W«l., May », 1*74 PAVITTtVILK. AKKAHtA* 17 Perry Blanks Texas Rangers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: " Giylord Perry says he's now on a grease-free diet, hut his victory column hasn't lost any .weight. "I'm just not using the · (reaseball anymore, not since the crackdown," said Perry, whose bread-and-butter pitch Uiscd to be more butter than ;; bread. ; But going straight hasn't hin- ;dered Perry's effectiveness · Tuesday night, the 35-year-old ·Perry became the winningest pitcher in the major leagues this year when he checked Texas on tlve hits and the Cleveland Indians blanked the Rangers 8-0, Since an opening day loss to the Yankees. Perry has been as unhiltable as a greaseball, imilding an eight-game winning streak. Elsewhere in the American League, the Boston Red Sox clubbed the Minnesota Twins »- 5; the New York Yankees edged the Chicago White Sox 3 2 In 10 Innings: the Kansas City Royals downed the Baltimore Orioles 9-5 tn 11 innings, the Milwaukee Brewers stopped the California Angels «-2 and the Detroit Tigers beat the Oakland A's 3-2. Tigers 3, A's 1 Detroit's Gary Sutherland raised his 19V4 homer count from one to three, providing the difference against the defending World Champions. Sutherland connected for solo shots in the fourth and sixth, helping Woody Kryman, 1-3. to his first victory of the season. Royals 9, Orioles 5, 1! innings Cookie Rojas' grand-slam homer in the l l t h inning surprised himself and Ihe Orioles and gave Kansas City the victo- 0 Red Sox 9, Twills 5 Slumping Dick McAuliffe triggered a decisive five-run fifth inning with a homer and the red-hot Red Sox rolled to their ninth victory in their last 10 games. Yankees 3, While Sox t, II ii ·Ings Gralf Nettles' run-scoring double down the right field line in the 10th inning powered New York to its extra-inning victory over Chicago. Brewers (, Angels t Tom Murphy saved Jim Sla ton's sixth victory with ninth inning relief work and Dave May and George Scott hit horn runs, leading Milwaukee pas California. PGA Super Tournament Moves Into Phase II With "250,000 Kemper j CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- ·iPro golf's great experiment -"goes into Phase 11 this week in -|the $250,000 Kemper Open. '" The 72 hole test, which gets underway Thursday on the beautifully-conditioned, 7,085 yard, par 72 Quail Hollow Country Club course, is the second of the "designated tournaments." a new concept being tried this season. The first of the "designated tournaments." events in which the game's leading players are required to compete, was held just two weeks abo in the Colonial National at Fort Worth, Tex. It was the firsl time the touring professionals had been shipped of their jealously guarded' right to pick and choose their tournaments; they were forced to play or lace penalties up to and including a suspension of their right to play on the tour. Their reactions ranged from enthusiastic acceptance by Lee Trevino to outright rejection by Arnold Palmer, from a "wait and see" attitude by Jack Nick' laus to a change of heart by Tom Weiskopf, once strongly opposed to the plan. Now Gary Player has addec his voice to those who wonder if the new idea is the answer. "1 don't like it," said Player, the little South African who won the Masters and added a second American title in lasl week's Danny Thonias-Mem phis Classic. "When and if they go to 1( designated tournaments, you'd be' locked into your schedule. You'd have no flexibility at all It would be very, very difficul for me." Juco Weight Man Has Visions Of Setting New Shot Records HOUSTON (AP) - When Ron Semkiw walks by with his curly shoulder length hair blowing in the breeze and a sturdy looking ladies' leather handbag on his shoulder, people stare. But they don't snicker. Semkiw is 5-feet-ll inches, weighs 225 and inside the handbag he carries t\vt shot puts which he throws impressive distances. Semkiw set a national junior college record G2-t(t in (he shot put at the National Junior College Athletic Association meet last week, but he didn't get excited. He has much bigger plans. "I see no reason why 1 can't eventually throw the shot put 80 feel," the Mesa, Ariz,, Community College athlete said. "I'd be.throwing 74 or 75 feet right now if it hadn't been for getting hurl." Last March, Semkiw, then 19, threw the shot 70% to become the first 70-foot shot putter in junior college track history. He dislocated his shoulder a shor time later in a weight lifting contest and has been recuper ating ever since. Semkiw says he'll take the .ummer off, rebuild the injure shoulder and when the Indoo season starts he's got h houghts together on what lie ahead. US Challenges On Clay Surfac ROME (AP) -- The Unite Stales had 10 of the last 3 men in singles competition k day at the $134,000 Rome Tenn Open, after an unprecedente performance on the clay cour of the Foro Italico Sports Ce ter. The American challenge w unusual because American me have never been at case on II slow, clay courts in Rome. The last victory, by Barry McKa 1960. was only the secon in 24 editions since the end World War If. The most popular star of t championships, however, w 17-year-old Swede Bjorn Bor making his debut in Rome. ABA Future Up In The Air Another Suit Hits Squires NORFOLK, VA. (AP) -- The lure of the Virginia Squires' anchise in the American Bas- etball Association . not only is ill up in the a i r . but owner arl Foreman has been hit with nothcr lawsuit, this one for lore than $380.000. Even as a group of local busi Babe Ruth Teams Chalk Up Loop Wins Easten Co. and Mcllroy lank claimed Babe Ruth base- all victories Tuesday evening s summer diamond action ontinued. Eason's clubbed UCT 11-'! as Carter Goods picked up the ictory and Ned Parelte was charged with the loss. Kenny Harriman tripled for the winners while Carter Goode, Jeff }ay and Harrimon all added singles. Kcndalll Keen doubled or UCT while David Peterson, dike Green. Parelte. Bruun Whitehead and Doug Tyson singled for UCT. In the nightcap Mcllroy Bank ripped First National 12-1. Max Thomas was the winning hurler while Ronnie Straton absorbed :he defeat. Jimmy Luper. Todrt barter. Charles Ferguson. Mike Sadnavitch all singled for the winners while James lleathcock and Randy Hollowcll had the only hits for First National. ncssmen seeking to keep the ABA team here said Tuesday it had enough cash to purchase the club. Foreman was sued for $384,303.39 by rookie Barry Parkhill, who charged, among other things, he had been paid $24,303.119 in checks that bounced. It was the second suit filed a little more than two months against Foreman, who was forced to sell such stars as Julius Erving, Sven Nater and George Gervin in an effort to keep financially solvent during the past season. William Franklin, a Norfolk native cut from the Squires at the start of the past season a f t e r being drafted as an under classmen at Purdue, sued Foreman April 26 for $65,000, charging breach of his three- ·ear $150.000 contract. Franklin's attorney. Mik Cavish Jr. of Virginia Beach said he planned to meet toda with the former Squire to dis cuss the suit, on which he sai no settlement has been reaehet About 30 local businessme met Tuesday and announce they had pledges of about $1 million-enough to acquire lite franchise, for which the askin price reportedly is $1.08 milliot but not enough to guarantee would remain in business. The group had sought to rais $1.5 million with Tuesday as th deadline, but Norfolk City Mai ager G. Robert House spokesman for the group - sa "we were so close...we decide to take the rest of the week." Presumably, the ABA wou have to take over the franchi if House and his group can come up with another $100.000 BOURBON Fancy words don't make it with you. Neither do fancy promises. Your bourbon must simply be the best tasting. The smoothest. That's why your bourbon will always be LW. Harper. IS HARPER /I. W. HARPER. From Kentucky Distillery No. 1 1 86 tawf Kiatucky Suaighl Bourbon Whiikey - © 1374 I.W. Hjipw Distilling Co., LouisvillK. Ky. Award Winner BOSTON (AP) -- Slugging outfielder Bernie Carbo of the Boston Red Sox is the winner of the American League's weekly Star Parade Award. Carbo was honored Tuesday for his performances in helping the Red Sox into (he East Division lead. He had 13 hits, including two homers, in 29 times at bat, a .448 average. He also drove in 10 r u n s , two which won games. Coach Named SIDNEY. N.S. (AP) -F o r m e r National Hockey League center Forbes Kennedy Tuesday was named coach of Ihe Southern Hockey League Winston-Salem Polar Twins, Evelyn Hills Automotive Open 8 a.m. Daily Goodrich polyester cord whitewall sale I I -. GET THE AIR CONDITIONER THAT PUTS COMFORT AND ECONOMY TOGETHER Words Special air condi- tf M Q Honer; Big comfort, small 140 price. 3-spd blower, 2 vents. , JJ^Q OUARANTEE WARDS DELUXE AIR CONDITIONER COOL COMFORT FOR BIG CARS With powerful 3-speed blower, three 4-way louvers, and thermostat control. 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