Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 20, 1974 · Page 15
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June 20, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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NFLPA Members Invade Coaches All-America Game Preparations LUBBOCK. Tex. (AP) _ Texas Tech Coach Jim Carlen, one or Ihc hosts for (he 14th annual Coaches All-America football game, said today. "It's a sad commentary" that professional football would invade the grounds of a college All-Star contest to bicker over a threatened srike. "If they (the owners and players) want a battleground . why don't they go to Chicago?' ! queried Carlen. "The pros help put that (All-Star) game on. We , don't even have a professional · team in this town." :· Representatives of the Na: tional Football League Players : Association headed by Bill Cur: ry of the Houston Oilers met ; Wednesday with rookies from : Ihc Kast and West squads who ; will (angle Saturday njglil in a : nationally televised All-Star game in Jones Stadium. ! Curry said a f t e r a meeting · wilh Ihe players from both squads, "We (the NFLPA) received no guarantee from any rookie that they would strike." However. Curry said the response was excellent and the rookies were most attentive. He said he wanted to assure the sponsors of the Coaches All- America football game t h a t they were not trying to disrupt any activity leading into the contest. lobbyists from the · owner side of the fence also were in abundance, asking rookies to ignore any pleas to boycott camp which starts July 1. Carlen said "This is a game to promote college football. When Miami (the NFL champion) plays the College All Stars in Chicago in late July that's a different story. They can fight ail they want down there." The majority of players __ the All-Star game contacted by The Associated Press said they would a t t e n d camp even f t there was a strike. Crampton Winning Less On PGA Tour it AKRON. O h i o (AP) -; 'fate," said Bruce Crampton, ! tins been different to me this : ye;ir. ; "Not unkind. Just different." Crampton, defending champion in the $170,000 American . Golf Classic, came into this : tournament a year ago as the . game's leading money winner ; and holder of three titles for · the season. · Ho went on to make (his one · his fourth victory of the year ! finished the season with $274,. 000 in winnings and became the ; game's fifth $1 million career : winner. It was, by far, the best · season of his 17-year career. · He hasn't won this year. He '. hasn't even threatened very se, riously. He ranks 23rd on the ; current money list with $54 000 But the sturdily-built, 38-year- old Australian declines to complain. "If I'm 23rd on Hie mone; list, then only 22 men in the world are pla.vin.ct belter than I am. That's not too bad. T h e amount I won last year has been bettered by only one man in history. Only four men have 'won more for a career. "I can't complain," he em phasi/ccl loday before teeing oC on the 7,180-yard, par-70 Firestone Country Club course in the first round of the 72-hole chase for a $34,000 first prize. He was among the favorites here where his strength and length should be major advantages on the long, lough layout. Nortfiww* Arkonww TIMIS, Thur»., June 20, T974 A «Y»TTIVILU, Steve Busby Fires No-Hitter To Lift KC Over Milwaukee : MILWAUKEE (AP) _ A jok- ; ing John Mas-berry predicted : Steve Busby's no-hit master; piece, while a desperate Cookie ; Ilojas preserved it wilh a div-^ '. ing defensive gem. I Mixing blazing fast halls wilh · a newly developed curve, Bns- . ly pitched the first no-hitler of :· tlie major league baseball sea; son and second of his brief ca- · reer Wednesday night as the r Kansas City Royals blanked the · skidding Milwaukee Brewers 2"0. ; Profiling from several fine · defensive tlays, especially · Hojas' pickup which robbed ; Brewer rookie Bob Hansen of a 1 single with two out in 'the I eighth inning, Rusby faced 28 ; batters, one over the minimum. ': He lost a perfect game when he ; threw two strikes to George .- Scott and then walked him on · four more pilches leading off · the second. ·- "I told Busby on the way (o ^ the ball park that he was going ' to pitch a no-hitler, but (hat '. was just baloney, man. We · were just jivin' around," Mayi berry said. : George Brett singled home .; Mayherry in the second inning ; for the only run Busby needed. ; Jim Wohlford scored on a · (browing error in the fourth as : Hie 24-year-old fireballer won a · pitchers' duel with Clyde r Wright. ' Busby, who had a no-hitter at ; Detroit in his 10th big league .- start on April 27, 1973, said he · realized in the seventh inning that he was working on another. "1 wasn't nervous as much as ighting m.vaelf to keep my con- '(·ntralion," he said afler (he game. "But this was my biggest hrill of all, bigger than last ime, because this was my type of game," he said. "I didn't make a whole lot of bad pitches and made them hit the ball. That's what I have to do to help this ball club." Hanson's hard ground ball nppearccl headed for right field 3ut Kojas, after about t h r e e quick steps to his led, cut it off with a diving stab. The veteran second baseman sprang to his Feet and threw out Hansen in plenty of time." Rojas said, "That hall had a hell of a chance for a base hit. 1 knew f had to dive for it." "That was the play that made (he whole game," Busby said. "That was.su|cr. . ." Rojas also made the final putout. Many of the 9,019 fans gave Busby a standing ovation. Al Cowens backed to the right field warning track to haul in drives by Darrell Por- Ler in the second and Scott in the fourth. Scott missed a possible double in the eighth when hischeck-swinglinerfetlfouemfwy his check-swing liner fell foul, inches outside Cirst base. Bushy was voled American League rookie pilcher of t h e year by the Sporting News lasl season and has a 9-6 record this year. Area Golfers Take Prize! . CASSV1LLE, Mo. -- Four · golfers from Springdale and two ; from Fayetteville won prizes in ; the ninth annual Cassvillc Open ; gol/ Iniirnampnt last weekend. . Hickory Morion of Springdale ·. took first place in the cham- . pionship flight and Perry '. Grizzle of Fayetteville was ; fourth. In the A flight, John L Allison of Fayellevilte finished first and l.arry Robinson of ; Springdale was sixth. · Joe Dorsa o[ Springdale _ placed seventh in the B night . and Virgil Pearson, also of : Springdale, was first in the C · flight. G. D, Hobson of Bella : Vista finished sixth in the D : flight. LINE Ot BUILDING MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS DISCOUNT PRICES BANK»MEfl1CARO - MASTER CHARGE WELCOME PELIVERV SERVICE ALSO AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS KELLEV 2401 NORTH GREGG ON Weil Tmmhip » North 0.159 Phone 442 2351 SHELTER: 087 Ne. CeBep Shelter mean* more than protection from the element* -- it rn*on« protection from the unexpected. 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