Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 9, 1974 · Page 21
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, June 9, 1974
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I Outpoint UCLA In Thrilling Finish NeHhwut Arkonwr TIMES, Sun., JUM f, 1*74 rAYETTIVILLI ARKANSAS · \ AUSTIN. Te.\. (AP)--Ten-' lessee, led by OlympiciHn Doug irown and sophomore Ron Atl- iisun in the steeplechase, blunted a desperate UCLA bid a fourth consecutive NCAA Track and field title Saturday 'o give the Volunteers their irsl national track championship in the school's history. Tennessee built up a big lead vilh 18 points in the 3,000-metcr steeplechase, seconds in the 08-yard clash and the 220 run and a first-place medal in the 880 run. But the Bruins rallied spcc- .acularly, taking their sixth consecutive NCAA mile relay ictory on a brilliant 45.2 anchor by Maxie Parks.- With the Volunteers owning 0 points, it all boiled down to he triple jump where Clarence Taylor of the Bruins had to flush third to tie Tennessee ami second to hand the Bruins the crown. Taylor could do no bet- Eddte Green of FayettevlHe was all up In the itr aboard his moocros» cycle recently Flying Cyclist at the World of Two Wheels located near Brentwood. The new cycle facility ts geared toward off-road riding of .last about any kind. (TIMESphoto by Ray Gray) After Relay Team Disqualified Bethany Charges Bigotry AUSTIN. Tex. (AP) -- Texas Southern Coach Dave Belhan charged Saturday that the 53rri NCAA Track and Field Cham pionships "is the most bigoted Palmer Boosts Tourney Lead To 3 Strokes LAS VEGAS. Nev. (AP) -Sandra Palmer scrambled to a two-underpar 71 Saturday boosting her lead to three strokes after three rounds o the $100.000 Ladies Professiona Golf Association's Desert Gol Classic. Mrs. Palmer, who led Sue Berning, Carole Jo Skala and Jonanne Carner by two shots after 3fi holes, missed green aftei preen but avoided bogeys foi the second straight day. Both of her third-round birdies cani( on par-three holes as she \vcn to cight-underpar I I . Mrs. Carner shot a 72 and goK inlo Sunday's f i n a l round in UK second spot with a 214 total, one shot better than youngsters Shel ley Hamlin and'Sally Little.. Five shots off llw pace wcr Sandra Haynie, Mrs. Skala am Mrs. Berning. nil at 2Iti. A group 217 included Jane Ballock, Pam Higgins and Donna Capon Young. Contest Postponed Kansas CITY (AP)--The Cleveland Indians' America League baseball game agains the Royals in Kansas City Sat urday night was rained oiil. Nc make-up date was immediatelj announced. HEAVY DUTY MUFFLER oo INSTALLED · Lifetime Guarantee DUALS Adding One Side Including One Muffler ....... Both Sides Including Both M uf flers ........ $29 SEEBURG MUFFLER mount n M«H. IM%I ** car Limit*. meet I ever saw" after a second Tiger relay team was disqualified, prompting an NCAA official to throw a punch in a leated exchange of words. The TSU -HO-yarci relay team vas disqualified for passing the baton too soon Saturday in the vake of an incident Friday niqht in which the mile relay earn was disqualified for running out of its lane. Slam By Lum Propels Braves ATLANTA (AP - Mike Lum :ii'illed a fourth-inning grand slam home run anct the Atlanta Braves held on for a 5-3 victory over (he Montreal Expos Saturday night. Linn's blast, his f i r s t major league grand slam and fifth homer of the baseball season, came off starter Steve Rogers. 7-5. Dusty Baker laci walked, then Hank Aaron and Dave Johnson had singled efore Lum's blast. The homer salted 4211 feet into Ihe right-field stands and gave A l l a n l a a 4-1 edge. Montreal scored in the third inning on Tim Foli's single and a run-scoring double by Ken Singleton off Carl Morton, 7-5. Morion was chased in the sixih a pair of one-out hits and consecutive walks to Bob Bail cy snri Bob Stinsun, forcing in a run. Reliever Tom House snr ·cndci-cd a sacrifice fly (o Jin- An angry TSU track team swarmed an unidentified official on the infield on the track, who threw a punch at an »n identified member of the relaj team. His TSU teammates quickly restrained any retail ation. The TSU team left the sta dium and the official who threw the punch--seen clearly from the press box--refused to iden tify himself. Dr. Rod Page, athletic direc tor at TSU, said "I feel this is pretty racial. We've been get ting this kind of pressure sinct we decided to compete in Divi siou One." Vols Take NCAA Crown tcr than Fifth. UCLA got 56. Almost overshadowed in [he Tcnnesscc'UCLA duel in Mi iiorial S t a d i u m was a fabulous 220-yard dash by James Gilke of liny Fiske College, who rode a 7.4 mile an hour wind to 19.90 clocking. The world record is 20.0 established by Tormnie Smith of San Jose in llllili. The high wind took away any chance Gilke would have to claim the world record. It equaled the fastest 220 ever run with an aiding wind. Carl Wat- .son of Iowa had previously run the same wind-aided time. With a large crowd gathered around the long j u m p pit, Tay lor fouled on his f i n a l try and Ihe Tennessee team leaped for joy. The entire Volunteer team did a victory lap around the stadium after Taylor's abortive try. Brown, who won the IS.OIHI-me- ter chase in 8:35.94 minutes. Phils Nips Reds, Stay On Top PHILADELPHIA ( A P ) -Dave Cash doubled home Tom- n y H u l l o n From first base in ,he ninth inning, giving Hie Philadelphia Phillies a 6-5 vic- .ory over the Cincinnati Reds Saturday night. Hullon hailed for pilchcr Steve Carllon. 8-4, and singled to lead off the ninth. Cash then doubled off the left-field wall and Hutton just beat the relay SMU Elevates Soccer Program DALLAS (AP) -- Southern Methodist University, which recently raised soccer from a club sport to the intercollegiate level, has awarded the first soccer scholarships in Southwest Conference history. SMU Athletic Director Dick Davis announced Saturday the signing of six Dallas area soccer players. The players are Joe Highl from Dallas Ifillcrest; Terrv Worsham from Dallas Jefferson. Dan Erwin from Grcenliill, and James Carrol. Corky Wedell. and Joe Smith all from Richardson. Davis said he believes soccer can become one of Ihree self- supporting sports at SMU. Green Turns Back Charge By Miller PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Front-running Huhcrl Gt'een turned hack the charge of Johnny Miller with an almost flawless, sEx-under-pai" 66 and stretched his lead (o two strokes Saturday in f ho third round of Hie $15(KflflQ Philadelphia Coif Classic. Green, gunning for his third victory of the season, put together a three-round total of 203, a whopping 13-tinder-par and well within sight of the 72- hole record on the 6,708-ynrd Whitemarsh Valley Country Club course. The soft-spoken Miller, the sensation or the tour this season with five victories and al most $200,000 in winnings, once pulled into a share of the leac but finished with a 6fi and a total going into Saturday's las round of the chase for a" $30.000 first prize. Tom Jenkins, a tour soph omore who never has ch;;l lengcd for a title, managed ;i 68 and was in third pluce with 206 total, three strokes bick. Anthony Bolts Into PBA Final DOWNEY. Calif. ( A P ) -- Defending champion Eari Anlhony of Tacoma, Wash, whipped through match play Friday night to lead a field of five i n l o (he f i n a l s of the $75,000 Professional Bowlers Association National Championship. Anthony had two 25 games among bis final eight in match play and led through six of the seven eight game blocks. He was out of first onlv once during Ihe tournament." when second place Gary llage of Seattle slipped ahead by two pins during qualifying Thiirs- lotnc with the winning rim. Johnny Bench's I H h home un of the baseball season, wo-i'un clout in the eighth in- ling following Jot? Morgan's loublc, had Lied the game 5-5. Cincinnati had taken a 2-1 end in the top of the f i f t h on Phi miner's two-ru,n homer. ie also hit a solo homer in the seventh. Carlton led off the Phils' fifth with a double over Foster's lead in center field. Carlton was out at third on Cash's grounder to short, but Cash stole second and reached third on Larry Bowa's single. Clay Kirby then threw wild to first on a pickoff attempt and Cash scooted home to lie the score 2- Philadelphia's Mike Schmidt equalized Plummer's second homer with his 13th of the year in the bottom of the inning. Orioles Clip Jenkins, Texas BALTIMORE (AP) -- Bobby Grich drove in three runs and Tommy Davis knocked in (wo Saturday night to lead the Ba t i m n r c Orioles to a fi 4 victory over Ferguson Jenkins and the Texas Rangers. Davis' third-inning single capped a three-run burst thai dropped Jenkins'record to 7-6 It followed a two-out single bj Al Bumbry and run-scoring doubles by Rich Coggins an* Bobby Grich. Texas bad taken the leac against Mike Cuellar. 7-3. 01 Cesar Tovar's two-run double in the second inning. Mark Belanger's bunt single Bumbry's infield hit, a hit bat sman and .sacrifice flics bj, Grich and Davis put Baltimore on top iJ-2 in the fifth. Grich hi his seventh home run of the basebali season in the eighth inning. Texas got a nm in (he sev enth o n J i m Fergosi's t h i r r homer of the year and cappct the scoring in the ninth on glcs by Grieve, Lcn Ranclle aru Frogosi. d the victory Ian around theienco 18 points. adium. The 1-2 finish by M TM * "--~ l - rown and Addlson in the eeplechase gave the Volun- ers of (he Southeast Cmifcr- UCLA Coach Jim Bush, was t h e first to congi'atnlale the soaked Huntsman after the dunking in the pool. Bush had said befon tt* meet: "If we can't win It, I hope Tennessee does. I have att the respect in the world for Huntsman." Recovery Room's Special of Specials! Standard Sofa-Reupholstered $139.00 Complete. or Hide-A-Bed . . . Includes . . . THE FABRIC Any fabric up to 10.00 p»r yard from any of (our full line of books, including Kirsch, Craven, O.V.S., Dogwood, Midwest, Kushin . . . Herculons, 100 per cent nylons naugahydes, velvets, etc. . . . Any fabric NOT Scotchgarded we will Scotcngard FREE! THE LABOR Removal of ALL Fabric, Tying of Springs, rewebbiog, gluing of Frame, repadding, wood touch-up, any other necessary repairs . . . ALL WORK GUARANTEED to TOUR Satisfaction! FREE Pick Up and Delivery Within a 25 Mile Radius Call 521 8815 3E. Mountain, Fayetteville Cycle Champion MILAN. Italy (AP) -- Belgium's Eddy Klerck.v won the cycling lour of Italy Saturday, becoming the f i r s t non-Italian to win [lie event five times. The only other five-time winners of ttic event were Alfredo Binda and Fansto Coppi. rated Italy's best cyclists in history. Mci'ckx finished in the pack in Satuj- day's f i n a l run won by Marino Basso of Italy. The overall standings were not affected by tile run. HANNA MARINES ANNUAL SUMMER SALE These Are All NEW RIGS 31 NEW BOATS IN STOCK Fabuglas 16 ft. Pro Bass boat. Johnson 70 hp motor, Pro drive-on trailer. Rigged and ready to KO. List -- S4.OOi.50. Sale $3,500* Fabuglas 146 Pro Bass Boat. Johnson 50 hp motor, BM trailer, rigged. L,ist -- $3,144. Sale $2,900* Fabu£las 1M Deluxe Runabout, Johnson 85 hp. Trail- ercraft trainer. Lfst -- W,249,50. Sole $3,650* Glastrcm V-1JO Runabout. Johnson 50 hp. TrailerCraft trailer. List -- S2,91S. Sale $2,495* Ghislron V-l.ifi Runabout. Johnson 70 hp, Trailer C r a f t t r a i l e r . E,--t -- $.1501. Sale $2,995 GlasEroTt V-17B Runabout, Johnson 115 hp, Deluxe frailer. List -- $1.582. Sale $3,895* Skeeler Deck Boat. Johnson 86 hp motor Tra ilerCraft trailer. List -- Si.820. Sale $3,850* Skeeter Hawk 290. Johnson 70 hp. Trailer Craft frailer. Power Cat 1C ft. Bass Boat, Johnson 70 hp. Pro Bass trailer. List -- U.426 Sole $3,495* Sale $3,260 Cameo IS ft. Pro Fisherman, Johnson 70 hp motor. Pro Bass tr.iiler. List -- S.1.S84- Sole $3,260 Hustler 1556 D Deluxe Bass Boat, Johnson 50 hp, trailer. List -- $2,S6Q. Sale $2,495 Ehakespeu* WC MB boat, Johrwen 2S Hp. trailer. Lurt -- SI, TOO. Sale $1,495 Streak*? High ftrtarrramt* Base Boat, Johnwm H hp, Drive-on Pro BAM tr*fl«r. Llct -- 5 Sale $3,750* Clam Folding Boat -- A versatile year round M ft, bc*t. List -- $3AO. Sale $330 MtmArlc CJIUIM -- 15, IS Sole $230 to $250 ' If you purchase th«.ie boats this week you will receive at no extra t h e ft)tJovving: Horn tachometer, speedometer and fire extinguisher, installed. These Prices Good This Week Only and Only for Boats In Slock! Prices Are Going Up, You Can Save Money By Buying Now. Financing Available. Open Unlil 8 p.m. Tues., Wed., Thurs. for This Safe! HANNA AAARINE 600 W. 6th St. 5214585 Fayetteville, Arkansas Let's finish the job! You have indicated clearly in the primary election that you want the kind of sheriff that will promote an orderly, peaceful and secure community. BILL MURRAY IS THAT /WAN ... ON JUNE Tl El Bill WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF Paid For By: Citizens for Murray Committee; Melvin Palmer, C h a i r m a n

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