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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Monday, June 17, 1974
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Breaks Barrier Vickie Lee, 12, daughter of Mr. sad Mrs. J. D. Lee, is the first girl to join the Little League. She Is a member of the Phillips, Tex., Pirates. (AP Wirepholo) Foster To Meet Young Boxer In Title Match By JACK STEVENSON AP Sports Writer ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- World light heavyweight champion Bob Foster looks Rookies Could Be Hurt By NFLPA Strike NEW YORK (AP) -- .With a fiery impasse having been reached between the National Football league Players' Association and the NFL Management Council regarding contract negotiations, this year';. rookie crop finds itself caught between the two groups. Although eligible for ans Players' Association benefit: acquired through the negolia lions, whether a member of tin group or not, rookies general!! do not join the NFLPA until they have macie the club. But if the NFLPA strikes on July 1 and rookies remain away from training camp, they would not be eligible to be a member of the bargaining unit That point was brought out ir a letter sent by the NFL Management Council to all rookie; and free agents, .lohn Thorn]) son, executive director of the NFLMC said Sunday. He said the letter urges '-lie rookies and free agents not to join the NFLPA until the con tract standoff has been settled. The NFLPA's strike deadline is two weeks away. Negot'.a lions were broken off angrily last Thursday and it was un clean when they would reconvene. Thompson said he dirin' think talks would resume ar scheduled Tuesday in Washing ton. Southern Cal Collects 10th Collegiate Title OMAHA. Neb. (AP) -- Who says there are no baseball dv nasties anymore? Just check out Southern California in ihe college ranks. On the other hand don't ask Miami of Florida the sann question. After top-rated Miami He feated eventual College World Series champion Southern Cali fornit in their first series meet ing, a reporter asked one Miami player if the Hurricane had any respect for the four time champions. "Their pitching is a little sus pect," he replied, "Any t e a m that has lost 20 games can't b that good." Trojans' Coach Rod Dedeau: and pitcher Mark Barr saw thi comment and lacked it on fh team's bulletin board. Saturday night the two mcl in the finals of the series before a crowd of 11,346 and one strea ker. and Southern Cal took a 7 3 victory for its 10th serie crown and an unprecedented fifth straight. "That might have given us lift," Dedeaux admitted, "bu it's the Trojan tradition--com hig through when it counts. had no doubt we would play t way we did in the title game." Southern California came t the eight-team, double elimina tion classic rated only No. I but as usual was the clas team. Surprising performances dot ted the Trojans' drive to thci »iith title in seven years, cl maxed by their 10th title gam victory in II tries. "We committed two error that gave them four runs," sai Miami Coach Ron Fraser "Help is something Souther California doesn't need in championship game." can, acts loose and vows he'll lock out his younger challeng- from South America, Jorge uimada, tonight. W h i l e the two boxers who eet in the second part of a osed - circuit television show eparcd for their meeting, two ler 175-poimriers engaged in i impromptu shoving match at could have erupted into a 11-scale preliminary battle. Foster, 35, making his 14'.h efense. was rated an 8-5 favor- over the 28-year-old chnl nger from Argentina. The amp's demeanor has been fferent this time. Staying at a cal hotel, he has joked with How guesls but in training e's been rough, showing thi inccntration that won him Ihi tie in inBfl. No other current champ ha eld the title thai long and Fos T vows it will be longer. "I'll knock him out," the leriff's sergeant vowed on th 'e of his hometown fight a ic University of New Mexico rena, which may attract 14,00 ns. The television show starts i ew York with former heavj eight champion Joe . Frazie Titling the No. 3 contender erry Quarry, a Californiai ow fighting out of New York. In Albuquerque to sec Ih ght heavyweights are sucl orttenders as John Conteh o onclon, Victor Galinriex of Ar entina and I.en Hutchins o etroit. Conteh and Galindez had in sagrecment on a double deck r bus making a tour of til ty. They shoved each olhe ut were quickly separatee ne or the other probably wi ncet the winner of tonight' ght in the next championshi out. Ahumacla. who doesn't spea' Inglish, has declared he'll bea le aging champ but didn't pre ict a knockout. Foster is d-taal-3'A. Ahumad. 10. Fosler's reach of 79 inche five more than the Sout merican's. Over-all, Foster's record -S; Ihe challenger's is 40-5-1 osier collects a $200,000 guiir nice and Ahumada $25.000. Purvis Keeps Perfect Slate Purvis Sporting Goods ex ·nded its semipro basebal cord lo 15 0 over the wcckenc ith a 5-1 win over Carthage lo.. Saturday and a 12-5 rieci ion over Tonfilown Sunday. Lonnie McCleland struck on ine Carghage bailers, walke ist one ami scattered liy ngles lo pick up Ihe win i 10 game here Saturday ommy Ncal and Rick Porte r ent three-for-four and two-for our respectively to pace th ^urvis attack. Wayne Beach, Ken Selby .ick McWhortcr, Jack Morri nd McCleland also hit safellv. Said Purvis Coach Orb IcCleland, "Carthage is Ih xst team we've played a ear. We'll play at (heir plac n July .V In the game at Tonlilow unday. Danny Dunaway go he win over Bill Stahbie.'Dnna 'ay was supported hy foil layers who had two hits each lavid Drake, David Caughman 3each and Selby. McClclan nd Meal added a hit apiece. L a s t Wednesday, Morri icked up a pitching victory a Purvis downed Winslow '12-5 lorris helped his own cans vilh a triple and single. Ric lutton arjd McCleland also ha wo hits. Getting one hit cue vere Mark Paul, Mike Kretze }ick Bowles and Neal. Davi -ourtney was t h e losing pi her for Winstow. Purvis will play next Sunda it Srpingdale against Tyson's. TBHAXES ANTENNA Sale* and Service IWw * VMl rm bttmMM 751-7*27 nt-asi As Yanks Pick Up 5-3 Victory Arkama* TIMfS, Men., Jim* AINUNUM 17, 1*74 * » w A's Outfielders Crash y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS' It took a blind man to get Bill orth and Reggie Jackson to ether again. It was a meeting akland's feuding sluggers uld have dune without. Bill Sudakis happens to be leally blind, with 20-400 vision in oth eyes. But the bespectacled fielder is the New York Yan- ees' hottest hitter at the mo- lent. He hit a pinch-double to ght center field in the seventh nning to drive North and Jackon together--and drive in the ying run. Then, in the ninth, e shoved home an insurance ·un with a sacrifice fly to seal e Yanks' 5 3 victory Sunday. In other American League ames. Chicago belted Balti- ore 9-1, Detroit edged Kansas ity 3-2 in 11 innings. Boston verhauled California 7-4. Mil- aukee downed Texas 43 and. a douhleheader. Minnesota blanked Cleveland 3-0 before he Indians rebounded to win the nightap 3-1. North. Oakland's starting center fielder, and Jackson, who started in right field, collided attempting to catch Su- dakis 1 soft seventh-inning liner. Both players lay motionless for several minutes. North was knocked unconscious and had to leave the game. "I understand they've been trying to keep those two guys apart," Sudakis cracked, referring to their recent clubhouse fistfight, reportedly precipitated by Jackson's chewing out of North for not hustling. "I respect them," Sudakis added. "They may not be the best of friends hut, on the field, they're teammates. They're professionals. I don't think they've let that bother them." WHITE SOX 9. ORIOLES 1 Tonv Muser is Sunday's Child mostly when superstar Dick Alen takes a day off. Against Baltimore, Muser paced Chicago's 13-hit attack with two singles, a double and a nomeK drove in three runs and scored thre more. TIGERS 3, ROYALS I After Detroit's Aurelio Rodriguez clubbed a three-run homer with two-out in the ninth inning Saturday for an 11-9 Tigers' victory, he came back Sunday to wreak the Royals more havoc, singling home the winning run with two out in the llth in- RED SOX 7, ANGELS 4 B o s t o n ' a Carlton Fish cracked a double in the ninth inning to cap a Red Sox comeback. They went into the inning trailing 4-1 BREWERS 4, RANGERS 3 Charlie Moore's tie-breaking single in the seventh inning and for the White Sox, playing }on M o n e y ' s run - scoring double in the eighth led Milwaukee past Texas. TWINS 1-1, INDIANS »-J JVith European Teams In Command Soccer Event Continues By COLIN FROST Associated Press Writer AP) -- Soccer's World Cup ivings into its second series of ames this week with the Eu- opean teams ahead of the Americans in all four roups. Each of Ihe 16 finalists h a s ow played one of its three rst-round matches. Of the big uns, only Holland and Poland an feel completely satisfied 'ith the opening game resuks. )thervvise. the eye catching soc- er has come f r o m longshots laire, Australia and Haiti. Although these teams don't ave a point between them, icy all proved tougher Uvin xpectert. The Latin American football owers--Brazil, Uruguay, Chile nd Argentina--have collected ust one point so far. And to make matters worse, Chile's Carlos Caszely is sus- ended from Tuesday's game 'ith East Germany. World Cup ommissioners were meeting londay to consider the case of Jruguay's Monlero Castillo. Caszely's suspension in par- cular highlighted controversy ver the World Soccer Feder- tion's refereeing rules, which lake a yellow card caution landatory for time-wasting or issent. Two cautionable of- enses mean automatic dis- issal from the match, a rule lat cost Caszely. In the first half against West lermany, Turkish referee F)o_an Babacan showed Caszely le yellow card for a coni- aratively innocent clash with uergen Grabowski. In the sec- nd half, Caszely was fouled by test Germany's Hans-Hubert 'ogts. Caszely made the mistake of etaliating with a hot-tempered ackle, meriting a caution. And lat in turn meant automatic ismissal. Of Tuesday's four-match pro- ram, the showpiece looks to x Scotland's clash with reign- ng champion Brazil. Two points ere would make Scotland a ear certainty to qualify for the econd round and would mean Morton, Woods To Arrive For Practice TAIBBOCK. Tex. (AP) -Running back Dickey Morton of Arkansas and replacement lins backer Robert Woods of How ard Payne College were due to oin the West squad today in loaches All-America footbaV game at Jones Stadium. Morton and Woods missed opening sessions during the weekend. The 245pound Woods substitutes for David Smith o Oklahoma, who had to cance lis appearance in the nation ally televised contest for medi cal reasons. East Coach Johnny Majors and West Coach Barry Switzer each said he felt his squad showed improvement in Sun day's workouts. Majors had his "ull 30 players after five failed to arrive Saturday. Jesse Frcilas of San Diego Slate anci Joe Barnes of Texas Tech worked out at quarter back for the West Sunday. Majors had three--Carl Sum merell of East Carolina State Andy Johnson of Georgia ant Morris Weese of Mississipp --calling plays for the East. lavs Even After Extended Road Series MIDLAND, Tex. (AP) -Midland scored three runs in the eighth inning to fake a 7-6 :ome-from-behincl victory ovc .he Arkansas Travelers in i Texas League game here Sun day nighl. Arkansas finished the extend cd roadtrip against the Cub with an 8-8 record, afler losing .0 Midland 11-2 Friday nigh and dropping a doubleheader 9-0 and 4-3 .Saturday. The Travelers have played six straight doubleheariers. Arkansas' Mike Proly. now 2 1, was tagged with the pitching loss. The Travelers return t Hay Winder field Tuesday nigh lo face the Victoria Toros. Comp Will Open A T L A N T A (AP) - Strike or no strike, the Atlanla Falcon will open t r a i n i n g camp in Greenville, S.C., July 19, Fal :ons owner Rankin Smilh said Sunday. 34 East Center Phone: 521-6472 Business Cards, Letterheads, Envelopes, Business Form*, Tickets, Posters, Flyers, Mentis, Memo Pads, Church Bulletins. Calendars, Invitations and so on and to fast ... disaster for Brazil. The Scots drew Brazil 2-2 in Rio de Janeiro two years ago And they had a 1-1 draw in Glasgow during Brazil's warm up for the 1966 World Cup. Another match pits Yu'go slavia against Zaire, perhaps the most impressive of the three unknowns. In Tuesday's other matches, West Germany takes on Aus tralia, which played a strong game before going clown 2-0 t East Germany in its first World Cup appearance, and East Ger many meet Chile. TERMITES? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Anri, Spiden, etc. COMMERCIAL . RESIDeNTIAl. 442-7298 Ray Corbin and three Minnesota relievers limited Cleveland to six hits in the Twins' first-game triumph. Fritz Pe- terson pitched a seven hitter and John Lowensteln drove in two runs with singles to lead Cleveland to a twinbill split. 'Me a good friend to court There's no friend like a good friend. OLD CHARTER The smoothest X«ntucUy Bourbon you'll ever know. «THIiHT BOtlRK* W0» · M PHOOf · ©!»?« Oil CKUTK 01ST. CO, LOU limit«. Regular Slices of "Dividend Pie" Help Keep Northwest Arkansas Healthy Thousands of thrift-conscious Northwest Arkansas depositors get a generous serving of dividend money four times each year. We have just distributed another dividend to our many savers, which totaled over $395,000.00. This is the "extra income" money which means worry-free vacations, annual home improvements or college tuition payments for hundreds of families in the area. Additional hundreds use their dividends to supplement fixed retirement income, to pay taxes or just to buy those little extras you hate to pay for out of your regular monthly budget. Join the thousands who have already learned the value of saving. Come by Fayetteville Savings and Loan and open your account, after · all, we've been serving Northwest Arkansas for over 52 years. FAYETTEVILLE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 201 NORTH EAST AVENUE, FAYETTEVILLE

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