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June 20, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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14 « Nerthwttt ArfcanM* TIMIS, Ttiura., Jurw 20, 1974 Area Legion Players Make All-Star Team Attending Track Camp Four students from the Kay- Xteville area are amonc par- tictpnnts in I ho A r k a n s a s Tech summer {rack camp w h i c h will enci J u n e 22. Giving itisl rue I ion in all phases of track and field are Scott Van Hoose of Jacksonville, Jim Duncan of Hope and Dr. John Montgomery, head track con:h at Tech. Van Hoose was (lie truck coach at Fayefle- ville High School (he p a s t three ycpr.s. Pictured w i t h Van Hoose arc, from left, Blake Murphy, Tony Treat, Jay Trumbo and Steve Steward. Wierd Homer Helps Giants Frisco Edges St. Louis 5-4 By PAUL LeBAR AP S[Mrts Writer ' ST. LOUIS CAP) -- Smooth- swinging Ed Goodstm, a candidate today for a baseball dunce award, is entitled to cop a pica. The lanky San Franciso Giants first baseman belted a line drive which dropped over the inner fence in deepest Busch S^K! i u ni c onto r f teld a gai n st the SI. Louis Cardinals Wednesday night. By any standard it should've been a home run, right? Wrong, Goodson, like everyone else believing the blast had h a n n caught, nonchalantly rounded first base as Garry Ma/Jdox scurried back. Seconds later it was determined Cards* center fielder Bake McBridc didn't have the ball and Goodson was ruled out for" passing his teammate on the* basepalhs. 'What could have been a prodigious home run thus became only a long, rim-scoring single after Maddox regained his wits and again Circled the bases, But the Giants, who overcame the foul-up to triumph 54, Voutd afterward view (he incident with amusement . *1I thought he caught it," explained Goodson, who had belted, the 410-foot drive off Monde's glove in the midst of Forward Signed EDMONTON -- The Kdmon- forf Oilers of the World Hockey Association signed New York RaTigers forward Bruce MacGregor to a four-year contract. a third-inning rally. "I reached first base and U still looked that way," he added. "I was just running toward second base a n d Garry was coming hack. The only thing I could have done different was not cross the bag. 1 ' "I didn't know what was happening, 11 acknowledged M a d - dox. "I talked to the umpire and he \ said McBridc had the ball in his glove and then lost it when he was coming down." Second base arbiter Harry Wendelstcdt. who viewed the action at closer range, noted McBridc "hopped up and caught the ball." "As he was coming down the ball bounced out of his glove and went over the fence." Wen- delstedt .said. "That's the fir.st time I've seen that play where the guy makes the catch a n d the ball disappears.' 1 "I hit the wall with my arm," Me Bride confirmed. "When I came down I was gelling ready to throw. I knew I'd lost the ball, so 1 started looking around for it. 1 ' "What footed us was that he (McBridc) kept his hands together like he still had the ball," said first base umpire Doug Harvey. Goodson's wasted blast provided the G i a n f s a 4-1 tie after Jose Crux delivered a throe -run homer during a four-run Cards first and Bobby Bonds matched the feat for San Francisco in the second. Cards' veteran Bob Gibson, 38, despite yielding 14 hits, then Newcombe, Nastase Suffer Big Upsets In Player Tournament -NOTTINGHAM, England (AJ 3 ) -- R o s c o c Tanner and Marly Ricssen are looking a^iead to Wimbledon after their bijj upset victories during the oatly phase of the SLOO.OOQ John Player Tennis Tournament. 'fanner, 22, of Lookoul Moun- taij;. Term., scored an 8-6, 6-4 triumph in the third round Wednesday a gainst top-seeded Jofin Newcombe, the Australian raiked No. 1 for nej;t week's Wdnbledon competition. Riessen of Amelia Island, FJA., ousted second-seeded Ko- m3nian Hie Nastase 6-3, 0-8 in another surprising third-round m^tch. "£hey w e r e among the five Americans here to advance to tha quarter-finals of the men's acCon in the John Player corn- petition. Chris Evert, meanwhile, was pushing toward a victory at Eastbourne in the $25,000 women's section of the tournament. Miss Evert, 19, the young Fort Laudcrdale, Fla., star who holds consecutive wins in the Italian and French opens, swept, aside Romania's Mariana Simionescu 6-2, 6*0 in the third round. Tanner wasn't surprised by his w i n against Newcombe, a three-times winner at Wimbledon, and Riessen said he fell "really great" after his win. Other Americans who advanced the men's quarter-finals were Stan Smith of Sea Pines. S.C., Jim Connors of Belleville, 111., and Tom Gorman from SealUe, Wash. Thinking that everyone has to enlist in the Army as a Private... Is like thinking that a roaster chef must start as a bos boy. Like business and industry, the Army rewards know-how with money and position. We call it "Stripes for Skills" . . . it means if you have i skill - any of 165 skills there's a good, steady job and an advanced rank open to , you. Today's Army may be the place to make the most of what you've got, Today's Army dueled Giants' rookie John D'Acquislo, 5-6. until Tito Fuentes' two - out single settled the issue in the eighth. "I started pitching after t h e f i r s t i n n i n g , ' ' observed D'Acqllisto, who retired H straight Cards and pitched 8 1/3 innings. "Before that," he added. "I was just throwing." CONWAY. A r k . (AP) --Tne 16-inan rosters for the f i r s t American Legion State All-Star game to be played July A i't Conway were announced Wednesday. Each manager is to select five pitchers. Dwight Williams of Newport will manage the North team and Lawrence Smith of Fort Smith Kcrwin will manage the South team. The North roster: Catchers -- Adrian Davis, Osceola and David Cordnll, West Memphis. First Base -- R a n d a l l Roop. Stuttgart and Dean Nichols, Ozark. Second Base -- Gerald iarland. Sylvan Hills and Handy Porter. Fayettevillc. Third Base -- Malta's' Parker, Forrest City -ind Carroll Campbell, Springdale. Shortstop -- John Castcel. Jacksonville and Joe David Smith, Newport. Outfield -- Gary Berry. North Little Rock; Tommy Tomlinson, North Little Rock; Joey Holdon, Sylvan Hills; Shelby Sizemore, Fayetteville; Jimmy Lewis, Siloam Springs, and Scoll Engles, Batesville. The South roster: Catchers --· Harvey Chambliss. Pine Bluff and L a r r y G a r t m a n , Sheridan. First Base -- Frank Gramblich, Fort Smith and Bob Carlisle, Benton. Second Base -- Mike Higgins, Fort Smith and Hank Thompson, Monticello. Third Base -- Ronnie Bruton, Camden and Chuck Webster, Hot Springs. Shortstop -- David Anderson, F o r t Smith and Larry Wallis. Pine Bluff. Outfield -- Mike Burncy, Little Hock. P a t Longinolti. iltle Rock; Stan Duke. Little lock; John Godfrey. Little Rock; Allen Clark, Crossctt, and Richard Fulcher, Benton. Semis Set For Today PINK BLUFF. Ark. (AP) Defending champion Chris Wellons of Liltle Rock meets Valaric Cox, also of Little Rock, in a semi-final match today in the Arkansas Women's tournament. Medalist Rosemayre Bartlett of Liltle Rock plays Ann Molt of Fort Smith in other semi-final action. In Wednesday's results of championship flight action: Mrs. Wellons defeated Jean Bell of Pine Bluff, 6-5, and Mrs. Bartlett defeated Judy Ann Be sancon of Benton, l-up. Mrs. Cox beat Jean Tarver ol Jacksonville 6-5, while Mrs Mott downed Ethelyn Dunlap o! Blytheville 1-up in 13 holes. The tournament, which i; being played at the Pine Bluf: Country Club here, ends Fri day. The TIMES 1 On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service N«w U«M Antennn Color · stock * Whit* Bo«»t*ri · Towers Frc« Estimate* 751-7927 7SI-M9C 751-G2S7 5,000 BTU air conditioner sate 5000 BTU capacity to cool off fast, even in the hottest heat wave. Choose from 5 thermostat settings for your comfort, at either hi or lo fan speeds. Easy to install and easy to clean flip out air filter. Plugs into any adequately wired 115 volt outlet. Come in today and see our complete line of Hofpoinf refrigerators, freezers, ranges, washers, dryers, dishwr.r-rrs and air conditioners. more cool Hotpoint savings BFGNo. DESCRIPTION WAS NOW SAVE 485216* AHM422BA 359.95 309.00 50.95 6852165 AHU318BA 299.95 273.00 26.95 6852142 AHLR7248A 429.95 400.00 29.95 M52141 AHU721BA 379^5 350.00 29.95 M52139 AHMR715BA 304.95 278.25 26.70 4woyi tochorg*: Revolving Chorge/Masl«rC3wiBe/AmeriMn ExpresVBankArriericord 125 W. Mountain Fayetteville, Ark. 115 SAVE $27.95. REGULARLY $142.95 B.EGoodrich FYC Swimmers Place High In Arkadelphia State Meet A R K A D E L P H I A - Two Fay- tcvillc Youth Center swim- crs qualified for the A vision championships in the ghl-and-under phase of llio ate meet last weekend. Keano Fedoskj 1 retained Heinsohn Elected ME W YORK -- Tom Hein- ohn, ccmch of (he champion oston Celtics, was elected resident of the National Bas- etball Association coaches 1 as- iciation. ; breast stroke title with a time of 45.7, and finished second in (he 50-.varct freestyle and fourth in the individual medley. Kric Schuldt 'placed f i f t h in the 50- yard breast stroke and seventh in the 50-yard back stroke. Also attending the meet were Curt Cumbie and Lee Kelly, w*ho competed in the B-division of the 11-12 age group. The swimmers were accompjin by their new coach. Tom Little from Hendrix. and by Dr. John Schuldt. chaperono. The TIMES U On Top of Th« N»wi S»v»n Day* a Weakl IlfPtOHT 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 . . . OPEN DAILY 9-10; SUNDAY CLOSED THURS., FRI., SAT. 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