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June 19, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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Farmington Jaycees Plan Bass Tourney By AUBREY SHEPHERD The Farmington Jaycees sponsor a bass tournament this weekend on Beaver Lake. The first Annual Farmington, Ark.. Open BASS Tournament will be held June 23, .'974, at Prairie Creek Marina on Beaver Lake. Entry fee is $25.00 and first prize is $250.00. Second prize is $125.00 and third prize is J75.00. Fourth ' through tenth place tinishers are to receive $25.00 each. The person catching the largest fish in the one-day event will receive a trophy and his bass will be mounted tree by Steve Grissom ot Fayetteville. This prize will be at least a $25.00 caluc. Other merchants in the area are expected to offer prizes to the tournament winners. The tournament program calls fnr partners to be pairec up at 6:00 a.m. Sunday. Cast-oft is scheduled for 7:00 a.m. anc check-in and weighing will occur at 5:00 p.m. Awards will be presented at about 6:00 p.m Profits from the tournamen arc to go for Jaycee civic proj eels. For more information, fisher men may contact Don Oliver at 267-3307. Entrance fees an applications may be sent to Don at Box 13. Farmington, Ar kansas 72730. Several loca merchants h a v e application forms, including Wal-Mart Gibsons. Woolworth's, Sears, K Mart, J and J Sport Shop, anc Springdale Sporl Shop. Appli cation forms and entrance fee should be presented early, i p o s s i b l e . T h e tournamen committee reserves the right ip discontinue acceptance of appli cations prio rto June 22nd. Only artificial lures may be used in this tournament. Onlj one rod may be used at on lime. Electronic depth finder are permitted. Landing nets arc permitted. Boats used in th tournament must be 13 feet o more in length and motors mus be five horsepower or larger A trolling motor may be used but trolling is banned as ; fishing method .Partners nia; work out their own arrange mcnt for paying for fuel. Thos not bringing boats will h paired with contestants wh have eligible boats. If too fe 1 boats are available, ccmtestanl may rent boats. Fishing permitted any place on Bcave Lake except within 50 yards o any marina or within 50 yard of the anchored boat of anothe contestant wlio was there first. Scoring will he determined b the point system. Points wi ' be awarded as follows: Blac bass, spotted bass, smallmout bass JO fish total and 10 point credit per ounce. No fish undo 12 inches in length will counted. tater Twirls Five Hitter ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Right- inder Alan Foster, although o longer a Los Angeles Dodg- r, still feels the tug of his West Coast National League roots. "1 think Walter Alston said he other day when talking about Don Sutton that one of he pitchers' problems is trying o work out everything between tarta and throwing too much," he blond pitcher noted Tues- da ynight. Moments earlier, in authenticating his former manager's theory, a rested Foster stopped he San Francisco Giants 3-0 on ive singles for the St. Louis Cardinals. It was the first start in three weeks for Foster, 2-5. who lost GOOD BLOCK, NO TAG .. .Son Francisco Giants shortstop Chris Speier throws a good body block on umpire Doug Harvey after missing on a diving tag attempt on speedy Lou Brock of the St. Louis Cardinals. The throw from Giants catcher Dave Racier was a bit oft target and Brock look advantage of it to steal his 42nd base of the year and bring his career total to 677 Broyles Won't Try To Replace Trull -- Frank Broyles, head football coach at the University of Arkansas here, said Tuesday that he did not plan to hire a replacement for Don Trull, an assistant football coach, who resigned to play professional football. Broyles said adjustments would be made within the present coaching staff. Trull, a 1962-63 star quarterback at Baylor, was hired by the Houston Texans of the new World Football League. He had worked out wilh them since Monday. Trull joined the UA staff in 1972 as a freshman coach, scout and parttime aide with the qar- terbncks. He stepped up last season to become coach of quarterbacks and receivers. He also called most of the plays from the, prcssbox. f Commenting on Trull's resignation, Broyles said. "We have Mervin Johnson, Richard Wil- .iason and Kenny Turner who worked with our offense all spring along with Gordon Norwood, who worked with the receivers after coming to' us at midterm from Clemson." SPKAYBERRY H I R E D Fie sajd Steve Sprayberry. a starting tackle for Alabama last year, has been hired as a graduate assistant. "We're very impressed · with him," Broyles added. Broyles said that most of his staff members are on vacation and he said he would not go into areas of responsibilities until he had met with them again. However, Broyles said lhat both Johnson and Williamson could work in the pressbox. Trull, orginally from Okl hoina City, set the NCAA passing records as a four-yea junior and a fifth-year senior a Baylor. He capped his collegiate ca rcer by signing a bonus con tract with the Houston Oiler during the NFL^AFL war. Trull was with the Oiler twice -- from 1964-66 and 1968 He played for Boston in 196 and. with Edmonton in the Canadian League in 1970-71. Texans' coach Jim Garrett said in Houston that his team needs experience. "I look at Trull and see a quick delivery and other ingredients for a good quarterback, " he said. "I also see some rustiness, but that's to be expected, of course." , . . Northwest Arkansas TIMES, W«T, Juiw 19, 1974 rAVETTIVILLZ, AIIKAN*** T7 St. Louis Blanks Frisco his spot in the Cards' starting rotation May 28 when blasted 11-5 by Los Angeles. And the performance, embellished by seven strikeouts to go with a single walk, was his best of the season on the heels of a 13-9 campaign in 1973. "It was a lot of little things," Foster said of his faltering start, during which he'd surrendered 67 hits and 58 runs for a 4.97 earned run average. "None of the problems was major." he added, "but all of them added up. When you start going bad, maybe one of your biggest detriments is thinking too much about it." Foster, mixing speeds effectively, delivered 113 pitches and kept the Giants off balance with sweeping curves. Chris Speier and Dave Radcr singled for San Francisco's second and third hits in the second inning, and afterward only Speier and Tito Fucntcs connected. Meanwhile, Lou Brock, celebrating his 35th birthday, .twice singled and stole second base while carrying home two of the Cards' runs, Joe Torre's single produced the first St. Louis laily, and Mike Tyson's hit drove home the second in (he fourth inning off Giants stiirter Ron Bryant, 2-8. Curiously, Foster's last start against the Giants had been a 1-0. three-hit triiimpli in September of 1970 while with the Podgers. "Bryant was pitching, he recalled. "We were fighting for second place and there was. a big crowd. lie walked me .with the bases loaded to score the w i n n i n g run. You don't forget that kind," The victory was relished by the 27-year-old Foster as his first since.April 20 but was kept in perspective. - "Let's face it." ho said, a smile escaping his lips, "if I'd fouled up tonight I'd been in the old doghouse for another three or four weeks. "When a club has a chance to win a pennant like w enave," he added, "you just can't wait fo ra guy fo pilch himself out of it wilh problems like I've been having." Newk, Evert Take Early Tourney Wins NOTTINGHAM, England (AP) -- Australian John Newcombe and U.S. star Chris Evert both have advanced in the $100,000 John Player Tennis Tournament, a prelude to next week's Wimbledon championships. Newcom.be, seeded No. 1 among the men at Wimbledon, and Miss Evert, seeded No. 2 among the women, each scored second round victories Tuesday in the English grass court tournament. American Stan Smith, seeded fourth at Wimbledon, also advanced. But two other Wimbledon seeds--Sweden's Bjorn Borg, rated fifth, and American Art h u r Ashe. ranked eighth--were upset in the tuneup for the All- England championships. After a shaky 9-7. 8-9. 8-6 start in an opening match against Charlie Pasarell of P u e r t o Rico, Newcombe triumphed 6-3. 6-2 against Paul Gerken of East Nonvalk, Conn. Gerken had defeated 'Chile's Jaime Pinto Bravo. In Eastbourne, meanwhile, Miss Evert of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.--who has notched consecutive victories in the Italian and French Open tournaments--defeated Britain's Pen ' Moore 6-2, 6-1. Fot Contract Snapped Up Jones Chooses ABA DENVER (AP) -- The ailing American Basketball Association has received a shot in the arm from Bobby Jones, who signed a multiyear conlract with the ABA's Denver Rockets. The signing, made official at a news conference Tuesday, is the first involving a major While you're enjoying life, enjoy your Age. Ancient Age Bourbon. The one drink so smooth, it creates a faultless old fashioned. Bourbon T KTBOY KWMM WtSU.1' M MWOf - O Ittl MOW MU WflOJM CMMWWtF. W. player by the ABA in 1914. Terms of the contract offered the 6-Foot-9 North Carolina defensive standout were not disclosed, hut the pact is believed Eo be in excess of $1.5 million for six years. Humors concerning an impending collapse of the ABA or possible merger of the ABA's Eason Company, UCT Triumph In Babe Ruth League Contests In Babe Ruth League games | Tuesday night, Eason and Company drubbed UCT 15-4 anJ Mcllroy Bank came from behind to beat first National Batik 13-9. Carter Goode was the winning pitcher for Eason and Company and Kendall Keen the loser for UCT. For Eason, Ty Hoskins and Steve Keen doubled and Jay Honeycutt, Kenny Harriman, Jackie Daugherty r Terry Reed, David Pennington, Brad Hensman and Gpode each singled. John Phillips and Mike Green singled for UCT's onlv hits. Charles Ferguson decisioned Ronnie Stratron as Mcllroy Bank beat First National, For Mcllroy, Todd Darter -tripled, Jimmy Luper and Mike DiUard each doubled, and Joe Holt, Mike Sadnavich, Danny Purser, Luper, Darter ami Ferguson a\'. singled. T. R. Stewart doubled and Randy HoUowell, Meltor Newman, Terry Paulison and Slratton singled for Kirs! National. ACC Tourney Moves LINVILLR, N.C.(AF) -- The 1976 Atlantic Coast Conference basketball tournament will be played in Landover, Md., marking the first time the annual playoffs have been scheduled outside North Carolina. Conference spokesman Skee ler Francis said the tourna ment will be played March 4-1 =it (he Capital Center, one o f i u r coliseums which bid for llhe event. tronger teams with t h u National Basketball Association ap~; arcntly did not disturb Jones. Acknowledging negotiations vi th both Den ve r and the MBA's Houston franchise, Jones said, "T felt I was as secure coming here as at Houston." Jones, a forward who averaged 16.1 points and 9.9 rebounds a game at Worth Carolina last season, originally was selected by the Carolina Cougars of the ABA in a special 11173 draft. When Denver signed former Carolina General Manager Carl Schcer and Coach Larry Brown on June 3, the Rockets also obtained negotiation rights to Jones in exchange for "future considerations." Houston chose Jones in the first round of this year's NBA draft, but their negotiations ended Saturday night. Ray Patterson, Houston Rockets president and general manager, said his team was withdrawing its contract offer to Jones because the bidding had placed the team in "an untenable position." Denver owner Frank JI. Goldberg called the signing "one of the most significant in ABA and Rockets history , . . ." Jones was a starter on the U.S. Olympic team in 1972, and was named to play in three major post-season all-star games in 1974, including the Coaches East-West contest. greatest peddlers Over the years, more and more individuals have discovered one of Ihc greatest little peddlers of them all . . . (ho TIMES Want Ails! You'll be amazed how these small, low-cost ads can reach out and sell most any item you may have for sale ... and do it fast! The next time you run across some article around the house you no longer need, pick up the phone and place a TIMES Want Ad ... we'll peddle your wares all over town! JJortf)toe*t CLASSIFIED ADS PHONE 442-6242

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