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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 21

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HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE. rk. (AP) -- Ben Martin, foot- all coach at the Air Force cademy, won the 10th Nation- Coaches Invitational Golf oumamenl here Tuesday by nking a critical putt on the 5th hole to finish with 151. Martin, the first day leader, lut together scores of 73 and 78 n his closing round, He loured he front nine in 40 and played wo strokes belter on the back ide. He made bogies at both 13 nd 14 but rallied at 15 to hold t Arkansas Coach Frank royles, a two lime tournament winner, "I knocked a five wood to wilhin five feel of the pin at 5." said Martin, who has fin- shed third in two previous caches tournaments. "The birdie there was the urning point." he said. "Before that 1 was scraping it." Broyles had combined rounds In National Coaches Invitational Golf Tourney Northw*W Arkansoj TtMIS, W«d., June 12, 1474 * 23 rAYCTTIVILLI, ARKANSAS Ben Martin Edges Frank Broyles For Golf Championship of 76 and 77 for a 153. He three- pulled his 18th hole. Broyles, who started three shot* behind Martin Tuesday, said his downfall came at the eighth hole. He covered 500 yards of that. 515-yard par five in two shots. At that point he trailed Martin by one stroke and appeared headed for a birdie and a tie. "I knew I had to have a birdie there but I didn't get it," he said. "I got under my wedge too much and left it short. I should have hit an eight iron and rup it up." . Houston .Coach Bill Yoeman shot rounds of 77 and 80 for 157. Texas' Darell Royal and SMU's Dave Smith both shot 158. Martin also was the winner in the Callaway Handicap with a 142. That allows golfers to sub- tracl a certain number of slrokes from Iheir score. The worse Ihey play. Ihe more slrokes they are allowed to subtract. Broyles and Yeoman f i n - ished at 1«. while Roy»l shot! 144 and Smith 147. Jim Sweeney of Washington Slat* Universily shot a 75 for Ihe best round of the day among the coaches. Wilh his 85 on opening day, Sweeney ended up with 160. His Galloway total equalled Smith's. John Bibb of the Nashville Tennessean had rounds of 76 and 76 for a 152 total and the lille in the sporfswriter-tele- vision division. Defending champion Larry Guest of the Orlando Sentinel Star and three-time winner Harry King at the Little Rock bureau of the Associated Press both shot 154. In the Callaway scoring. King. Bibb and Mike Rabun of the Dallas office of United Press International received H4. King was declared the w i n - ner in a score card playoff. Joe Eason. president of the Aslro Blue Bonnet Bowl, fired even par 72 for Ihe best round of the day and won th« special guest division with a 149. Hal Lahar of the Southwest Conference finished second with a 151. To Decisive Birdie At No. 15 Half time Pep Talk Spurs rJlartin By GRANT HALL TIMES Sports Editor HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -"If I can birdie one of these last four holes, I'll have a chance to win," said Frank Broyles as he stepped up to the sixth tee of the DeSoto Course here Tuesday. Broyles had started his round on Ihe 10th hole and Ben Martin had begun on number one, but the Arkansas coa6h benefited f r o m friendly electric-cart messengers who continually updated him on Martin's progress. On the sixth and seventh holes, Broyles had to be content with pars. He two-putted the par-five sixth from 35 feet and made a saving 15-foot putt on number seven. Broyles, who :akes these tournamenls more seriously than anyone else here, feigned a heart attack and a coughing spell when his 15- Footer curled in. Still alive, he charged over to number eighl and lashed his best fee shot of the tournament on the 485-yard, par-five hole. There was no chance to reach the green in two. because the second shot was uphill and into the wind. But Broyles hit the best shot possible, getting to within 15 yards of the putting surface. The ball was headed right at the pin, and might have finished very close to the hole without the wind. Broyles had gotten up and down from the same distance on the previous hole, but he left himself another 15-foot putt and couldn't make two in a row. "I just didn't want to win it." he said then, scolding himself for the weak chip shot. On the ninth tee, word case that Martin had finished at 151. Broytes had 16 have a two on the 177-yard, par-three hole to tie. But the ninth had been yielding precious few of those -- the pin was placed on the right front part of the green, tucked in behind the lake which distinguishes the hole, FAULT YDIRECTION Broyles had the right distance, but his five-iron shot was 60 feet to the left of Ihe hole. He three-pulled to finish at 153. but he could have six-putted and still been runner-up. His three-putt did cost him a share of second under the Galloway iyslem. Martin was a little surprised o learn he had won by two strokes. "1 thought I needed a jirdie on 18," he said. "When ! left my putt there a half-inch short, I thought it might be over for me." Promotion Takes To The Streets Frailer, Quarry M eet Monday NEW YORK CAP) -- Joe Frazier and Jerry Quarry took to the streets Tuesday to promote their Monday night fight--the one that each thinks will bring him a step closer to the world heavyweight championship. "When I win this fight, I'll be in line for the championship," said Frazier, who lost the title to George Foreman in January of 1973. -"This time 1 think I'll beat Foreman." "I am deadly serious now." said Quarry. "I'm giving boxing the one shot I should have given il earlier. I'm giving it everything I've got now, and if don't win the title I'll know it's just because I don't hpve the ability, no other reason." Frazier an3 Quarry, schcd GOLF CHAMPION .. .Ben Martin, football coach at the Air force Academy, won the 10th National Coaches Invitational Golj Tournament held in Hot Springs Tuesday with a score of 151 jor the two-day event Preseason Camp BUFFALO (AP The Buffalo Bills of the National Football League will ojxm their pro- season training camp July 12. Coach Lou Saban announced Tuesday. Saban also announced Ihe signings of two free agents--defensive tackle Ron Groltanelli of Pittsburgh Stale and cor- nerback Phil Hayner of Michigan State. uled lo go 12 rounds Monday night at Madison Square Garden, went three rounds apiece with sparring partners Tuesday afternoon before about 900 onlookers in Duffy Square in *he heart of Manhattan's Times Square area. The sky was clear and the temperature was in the low 80s. The exhibition featured an assortment of Playboy bunnies free hoi dogs, balloons and a steel band. Traffic slowed to a halt as the crowd spilled onto Broadway and the portable ring shook slighlly everytime the Broadway local roared by underground. Both said they enjoyed it. Quarry, watching Frazier's workout from the second storj window of an automat, was im pressed. "It's the same old Joe Fra zier." said Quarry. "He wanh to come out and fight, as usu al." Joe Louis, the legendary Brown Bomber, got the bigaes hand of the afternoon when h stepped into the ring lo referei a couple of rounds. Garden box ing head Teddy Brenner say Louis, who turned 60 las month, will referee Ihe Monday night bout. Frazier stopped Quarry in thi Clark's 33rd Annual JUNE SOFA SALE Our 6th Anniversary In Springdale To Show Our Appreciation To The People Of Northwest Arkansas Who Have Made These Past 6 Years Possible We Will Start Our Sale Tuesday, May 28th And Continue Thru June 29th. ANY STANDARD SOFA, LOVE SEAT or HIDE-A-BED RE-UPHOISTWEO WITH ANY FABRICS IN STOCK PRINTS, SOIKS, STRIPES AND P1AIDS $ 179 MATERIAL AND LABOR VELVETS $20.9« MORE QUALITY WORKMANSHIP IN OUR OWN SHOP! TWO WEEKS DELIVERY 00 NEW HIDE-A-BED SOFAS-WE MANUFACTURE ~ CHOICE OF MANY FABRICS From $239.00 | Carpet Cleaning | WE HONOR BANKAMEXKAKD, MASTEKCHAKGE AND -- f .« - WE HONOR BANKAMEX1CAKD, MASTEKCHAKGE AND r r% I* Free Estimates y 0 5 P H v r ' I N C P L A N M I I o r m i s F ree Delivery -For Those Who Want The Best- GET READY FOR SUMMER GUESTS NOW! EEVPHOLSTEK WORN FURNITURE AND NEW DRAPES FOR YOVB HOME THIS MONTH AND SAVE $». CLARK'S 5600 HWY 71 SO., SPRINGDALE PHONE 751-7426 or 751-7427 venth round of their firsl eeting five years ago, but uarry says this time will he fferent because he's hungrier an Frazter is. Frazier insists he hasn't los' s competitive edge. Four Players Sign PITTSBURGH (AP) - The Pittsburgh Pirates said Tuesday they have signed four players from last week's free agent draft. Under contract now are Joseph Isaac, a right-hantlixl pitcher from Dublin, Ga.; Jim Leverenz, a right-handed pitcher from Indianapolis; MiEchell Nowicki. a catcher from Oak Lawn, III., and Philip Scaffidi, a shortstop from Buffalo, N.Y. Seals Ink Two OAKLAND CAP) - The California Golden Seals announced Tuesday they have signed Charlie Simmer and Tom Price, two players selected in the recent National Hockey League free agent draft. Simmer is a center and left wing who had 45 goals and 54 assists last season for the Sault St. Marie Greyhounds. Price is a defenseman who played Ottawa last year. Martin struggled lo a 40 on the front nine, losing two shots of his [Jiree-stroke lead to Broyles, who hat] a 38 on the back side despite missing five greens. "At halftime, Bill Yeoman and I gave each other a pep talk." said Martin. They were playing with Harry King and Boh Sly of Little Rock. Going into number IS, none of the torn 1 had made a birdie. The lath is as good a hole s there is on the course 410-yard, uphill par four. artin conquered it with a five- ood second shot to within five 3et of the hole, and took the :ad by making the putt. He bad clear sailing from hen on, hitting the final three reens in regulation and just lissing birdies on all three. Martin, a seven-handicapper, said he hart won "a few local tilings" in Denver, but that this was his first significant victory in golf. IIP Atnvr 34 East Center Phone: 521-6472 Business Cards, Letterheads, Envelopes, Business Forms, Tickets, Posters, Flyers, Menus, Memo Pads, Church Bulletins, Calendars, Invitations and so on and so fast . . . WANTED Real Estate Listings on: HOUSE AND 10 TO 20 ACRES HOUSE AND 50 TO 100 ACRES immediate Cash Buyers Call: Larry Dowell 442-6959 LINDSEY ASSOC. REALTORS 3S35 N. 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