Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 3, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 3, 1974
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Northww* AiUnxn TIMB, Mon., JUM 3, 1974 r Eason's, IGA Claim Babe Ruth Victories , jAclion continued in Fayetteville's Babe Ruin league' Sun-da,v afternoon as IGA and ,. Eason's remained the only un- ,bealen teams in the league. :.Jn the first game IGA out- slugged Mcllroy Bank 14-8. Darrell Strange got credit for the victory while Joe Holt was charged with the defeat. Rick Allred doubled for the winners while Greg Gebhard, Allred, .David Murphy, Ken Wiles and Grant Osburn all added singles tDt the winners. Todd Darter Jd Charlie Ferguson doubled «*ile Darter, Joe Holt, Mike Kllard and Mike Sadnavilch all Mdcd singles for the Bankers. r In the late contest Eason's .Bjerpowered First National 17- K Kenny Harriman was the Mining hurlcr while Sam Pitts Os charged with the loss. TV Hliskins. Carter Goode, Harrf- ntan. Terry Reed and Robert Epster singled for Eason's while Larry Phillips had a pair · f singles, the only hits for Birst National. Ihicogo Surprises Los Angeles Matthews ^Accepts Post fAt Atlanta CC ·Dormer University of Arkansas golfer David Matthews hac accepted a position as assistanl pro a! Atlanta Country Club sjJS of the 1976 U.S. Open. Matthews has been head pro aj the South Course at Cherokee .Village for the past year. iliead pro at Atlanta CC is Davis Love, formerly of E! Dorado. Another former Arkan 9^n and member of the Razor- Ijack golf team, Dick Murphy, is head pro at the renownec Beach Tree course in Atlanta. * Matthews recently tied for the ·w round in the first 18 holes sectional qualifying for the M.S. Open at Bellerive in St. fiouis, shooting a 74. However, im the afternoon round at Old ? arson in St. Louis, he shot 79. His 36-hote total of 153 itade him first alternate for jygional qualifying. ;"It rained for 33 of the 36 boles in St. Louis," Matthews noted. "I went through nine golf fPoves. When I finished, people -\fcre congratulating me and (tiling me I was a cinch to Qualify. Bui then I looked up £ the Scoreboard and saw them scratching my name off. *· Matthews won a sudden-death playoff for the first alternate position by birdieing the first bole, but it now appears that «« the golfers who qualified will play at the rcgionals. Bellerive is the course where Gary Player won the U.S. Open in 1965. The assistant pro at Old Warson is former U of A ' golfer Bill Hall. Kalone Checking Out Colleges "^"HONOLULU CAP) -- Moses Malone, a 6-root-ll basketball star from Petersburg High Sfhool in Virginia, is being courted by almost every top college basketball coach in the nation--and this weekend was the University of Hawaii's turn Malone said many of his friends advised him not to consider Hawaii because it was so f a r away from his home, but " don't think that makes any dif ference. I'm the one who has tc , go to the school and I'm the · one who has to be hapnv," hi · T a i d . Malone said he is looking fo a school where the people wi care about him as a person anc not as a basketball player. The Virginia high schoo '·graduate has been talking witl North Carolina, North Carolin Sfate. Maryland and Housto afid he said he thinks Hawa \till be his last stop on th courting circuit--"unless some thing comes up next week." By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Oakland A's are still mad at the world . .. and the est of the American League's Vest Division isn't laughing much, either. The A's, who seem to play est when they're sore about ornething, had a couple of iripes as they ran their win- ling streak to four games and 7 of 23 with Sunday' 6-4 victo- y ove r the M il w aukee Brew- T5. The two-time world champs ire starting to put some day- ight between themselves and he rest of the division. After he victory over the Brewers, Purvis Keeps Perfect Slate --.-Purvis Sporting Goods ran it semipro baseball record to 11- Sunday afternoon with a 14- win over Bell, Okla. John Zachariason pitched th, first five innings and was ere Ttited with the victory. Lonni jMcClelland hurled the sixth am seventh innings and Dann 1 D u n a w a y the eighth and ninth.' ·Jack Morris led the PurvL attack with four-for-five and a home r u n . Mark Paul wa fhree-for-four with 2 triple Rick McWhorter and Dayic Drake each went two-tor fiv and Rick Porter and Zacharia son had a hit apiece. Purvis will play at Greasy TO:la.. Wednesday "nighi. at Car thage. Mo., Saturday night an at Legion Field here Sunday afternoon against Mountain burg. of LINE BLHLDMMO MATERIALS : QUALITY MATERIALS DISCOUNT PRICES EANKAMEB1CARD · MASTER CHARGE HCLCOME DELIVERY SERVICE ALSO AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS 01 NORTH GREGG ON DM Tank* » (to* O*, Phone 442-2361 Braves Clip Montreal 9-0 JT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The "long man" is the guy in he bullpen who can be counted n to pitch five or six solid in- ings of relief. To Buzz Capra, "long" meant bout two years. The New York Mets 1 castoff nd refugee from the bullpen. Jho's been trying for that long o show he really is a starter, s achieving his goal. On Sunday, though, he had to work to prove il. He gave up 10' Montreal hits--hut none of the bascrunners managed to get back where they started--home plate. So. backed by a 16-hit Atlanta assault, the Braves' right-hand- er coasted, in a manner of speaking, to a 9-0 rout over the Expos. In Sunday's other National League games, the Chicago Cubs edged Los Angeles 7-6, Cincinnati beat Pittsburgh 5-1. Philadelphia defeated San Francisco 4-3 and St. Louis outlasted San Diego 9-6. The Mets' game against Houston was r.ained out. The Braves picked Capra up In a straight cash deal. So far, he's been a bargain. Braves manager Eddie Mathews started using him when starter Ron Reed was injured facing San Diego May 15. Capra came on and, with some late help, picked up a shutout victory. And he's been coming on strong as a starter since then, four-hitting the Dodgers May 19, shutting out Houston on three hits May 24, pitching nine innings of three-hit ball in the Braves' 10-inning 2-1 victory over Philadelphia last Tuesday night, then blanking the Expos. CUBS 7, DODGERS 6 Mike Marshall, making his 34lh appearance of the season, walked Jerry Morales and Billy Williams in the sevent inning, then Jose Cardenal drove h i s fourth homer of the season into the left field bleachers, putting Chicago in front 6-4. Then Rick Monday doubled and scored what proved to be the winning run on a single by Carmen Fanzone. Tony Perez' 100th career homer in Cincinnati and 10th of the season triggered a three- run burst in the third inning Winning Streak Jumps To Four Oakland Clubs Milwaukee the A's have a 3'^-game bulge over the second-place Kansas City Royals. Elsewhere, the Baltimore Orioles nipped the Texas Rangers 6-5 in 10 innings, the Boston Red Sox outsluggcd the Chicago White Sox 9-7. the Cleveland Indians trimmed Kansas City 5-2, the New York Yankees pounded the Minnesota Twins 11-1 and the Detroit Tigers shaded the California Angels 2-0, Winning pitcher Catfish Hunt- was angry a b o u t being lifted. And some A's were upset by a post-game player move that saw backup first baseman Pat Bourque sent to the minors. Hunter checked the Brewers on seven hits, including Bob Co- luccto's second-inning homer, before giving way to Rollie Fingers after two-out singles by George Scott and Darrelt Porter in the eighth inning. Bob Hanson greeted the reliever with a run-scoring single. Bourque, hitting a solid .26, was farmed out to make room for light-hitting infielder Dal Ma.xvili, reactivated From the disabled list. Oakland's key hitting was done by Reggie Jackson, who slamrned bis 14th and 15th' ionic runs, and Joe Rudi, who 1 cracked a three-run shot. | Orioles 6, RangeKs 5 ! Rich Coggins singled home pincti runner Al Bumbry with .wo out in the 10th inning, giv- ng rookie Wayne Garland his 'irst major league triumph withi 5% innings oE Uvo-hits relief, i Red Sox 9, White Sox 7 ! Rico Petrocelli drilled a pair of two-run homers, one of them capping a five-run third inning. The victory was the JHlv in the ast 14 games for the Red Sox and gave them a 1'^-gainc lead over Milwaukee in the Amert- In Hydroplane Tragedy Racing Accident Claims Walther MIAMI (AP) -- The day be- ore George "Skipp" Walther died, he foresaw no problem in djusting to a racing boat larg- :r than any he ever had driven. "You have to run 140, 150 miles an hour in the five-litre xats to be competitive." he aid. "You can't do much het- .cr than that in an unlimited lerc." At 150 m.p.h. Sunday, the led Man hydroplane Walther was driving in a trial run around the tight-turned Miami Marine Stadium bounced out of control, its 6,500 pounds turning iver onto him. He was declared dead less ban a half hour later, having ·suffered massive skull frac- ures and brain injuries. His right arm was severed at the elbow. Walther's wife Sandy, pregnant with the couple's firsl child, saw her husband's spill rom the pits. She was treated r or shock after accompanying Walther to the hospital where he died. Walther, 27, was supposed to )c driving his own boat in the $30,000 unlimited regatta. But a delay in its completion and an injury to Red Man owner Jim McCormick earlier in the week changed that. Wallhcr's father George N. Walther Jr. of Dayton, Ohio, has raced hydroplanes for years. His brother Dave "Salt" Walther was severely burned in a spectacular crash at the Indianapolis 500 last year. Salt, who also pilots hydroplanes, made a comeback this year, finishing 17lh at Indy. Rick Wohlhuter Blazes To 3:55.1 In USTFF Event WICHITA, Kan. (AP) -- Rick Wohlhuter is a world record holder in the 880-yard run ,but he wanted to prove he could also run with the good miiers. He did. Seven in the mile field of 10 in the U.S. Track and Field Federation Championship Saturday night blazed across the finish line in under four minutes, led by Wohlhuler in 3:55.1. T h e 25-year-old Chicago Track Club star was disappointed. "I wish I didn't have to lead all the way ... If I had someone to pace me, it would have been a better time ... I think I could run better than that." Following Wohlhuter across the line were Len Hilton of the Pacific Coast Club in 3:56.7; Bruce Fisher, Chicago Track Club. 3:58.5; Ted Castenada Colorado, 3:58.5; Keith Palmer, 3:59.2, and Jeff Shemmcl, 3 59.4. both of Kansas State, and Paul Craig, Texas, 3:59.8. Wohlhuter's mile was the sev enth best ever run in the United States and the 16th fastest time worldwide. 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