Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 23, 1974 · Page 14
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3» · NmhwMt ArkanMi TIMES, Sun., Juno 23, 1974 FAVITTIVILt.1. ARKANtAt 5 0 3-1 4.2 3-2 2-3 1-4 0-6 Softball Standings Men's Fast Pilch Sntlhall Washington County Observer Dandy Oil City of Fayeltovillc Interstate Systems Kemper Associates Baldwin A u t o Parts West 1-eapie Mtn's Slow Pitch Softball Mr. BurRer 10-1 Whit Chevrolet 8- Schlilz 7- .Gcorgelown 7- Palace Drug 6- Streel Department 5-6 Univ. Baptist Church 5-6 Jug's Dairy Maid 3-f J. C. Penney 2-9 Police Department 2-11 East League Men's Slow Pilch :·· Sotlball I.azenby 9-2 Local 965 McDonald's 7-: Br'cr Frans Standard Register 6- Dennis Home Furnishings 5-: Yamaha Cycle Inn 3-' Hist Signal Company 3-7 SEC Sheet Metal 2-8 EPC 1-1C Babe Ruth Standings Bab* Ruth Team Standings IGA Mcllroy Bank Eason Co. Collier Drug Dennis Home Furnishings First Federal First National UCT Little League Standings LITTLE LEAGUE STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE Cravens 7-1 Seven Up 6 2 Fire De'pl. 5-3 Campbell-Bell 4-3 Coca Cola 4-4 Kelley Brothers 3-4 Fay. Plumbirfg 1-5 Mcllroy Bank 2-6 Lewis Ford 0-7 AMERICAN LEAGUE Warner Cable 7-1 Greer's 5-2 Elks Club 4-3 N.W.A. Times 3-4 Holsum Bread 3-4 McDonalds 3-5 Evening Lions 3-5 Fayetteville Jaycees 3-5 Red Ball 3-5 Pee Wee Standings SECOND HALK REBEL LEAGUE Purvis 3-0 Sequoyah Kiwanis 2-1 Eason Co. 1-1 Lewis Brothers 0-2 Noon Lions 0-2 J. C. Penney 0-3 SH (1-3 YANKEE L E A G U E SECOND HALF Hardee's 3-0 First Federal 3-0 Medical Arts 1-1 Moore's Chapel 1-2 Loris Stanton 0-2 N.W. Candy 0-2 Exchange Club 0-3 Permanent Injunctio CINCINNATI (AP) -- The o erators of River Downs Ra Course have won a permanei injunction against the Oh Racing Commission, Forcing 1r commission to grant pcrmi for 109 days of racing. A spokesman for the ORC Columbus said [he case \vou be appealed. The ORC refused licenses Akron financier A.J. Andrec on Dec. 21. 1973, when it wi revealed he sold the track to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., groi which financed the pur'cha. with a $5.5 million loan fro the Teamsters Union pensi fund. The commission said doubted Andreoli's f i n a n c i ability to operate the tra without ownership of the phy cal plant. But track attorne won a temporary injunctk from Hamilton County Commc Pleas Judge William Mathei to permit the track to one May 21. Judge Mathews. in his dei sion Friday, said that A dreoli's firm, the Q u e e n Ci Turf Club, was sounder fina cially than before the sale. Dooley Files Suit CHICAGO (AP) -- Jim DC ley, former head coach of t National Football League's Cl cage Bears, has filed a J5 m lion suit against the Southe California Sun Football Tea and the World Football Lea^u Dooley, who was hired as t Sun's defensive coach in Mart and lired in April, charged in U.S. District court suit the f was "without any justi " Dooley. hired on . ing able cause." . who said he a one-year S27 0 contract, and paid $3. 125 wh he was fired, accused thi WF of encouraging the A n a h c i n Calif., team to fire him and h suit says Dooley's "reputatl in professional football h been damaged." Dooley filed a bankruptcy p« tition la = l March, listing deb tit {1B3.700 and assets of $49 Youths Command WimWedon Stage W I M B L E D O N . Kngliind (AP) Two exciting teen-agers. .,'ertish Bjorn linrg. bring a reath of youth into the ivyclad alls of Wimbledon this week. 'Little Chrissie." a big girl w at 19. and Borg, the 18- r-old blond Iximbshcll, have the tennis world t a l k i n g by inning the singles titles at ome and Paris. Miss Evert is seeded No. 2 i the women's singles behind efending champion Billie Jean King. Borg, who faces an tn- redibly d i f f i c u l t task, is placed n the No. 5 spot a m o n g the icn. The old guard is at Wimble- on in full strength, a i m i n g to eep out those precocious oungstcrs. Top-seeded among the men is ohn Newcombe of Austrailia. Newcombe won the title in 967, 1970 and 1971 hut was revented from competing the ext two years because of isputes between controlling roups and a players' boycott. Also in the lineup, arc Stan milh. the 1972- victor and ceded fourth this time and an Kodes. the m e r c u r i a l M;ch, who won last year. He's ;eded sixth. Jimmy Connors, who shares he No. 1 ranking with Smith i the United Suites is seeded riird, but some observers rale he 22-year-old lefty as the man to beat. Then there is the effervescent he Nastase who defended the ·rench and Italian titles this ir and lost both to Borg The year and lost both to Borg The alkative Romanian is aching ir revenge at Wimbledon. Borg has won 18 straight latches since Newcombe beal nm in the World Championship Tennis finals in Dallas. But the streak came to a punching halt one week before imblcdon when the y o u n g wcdc was shot ovit of the f i r s t ound of the John Player Tour amcnt at N o t t i n g h a m by self- xilcd Czech Milan Holecck. Miss evert, a losing f i n a l i s t i 197:). has Mrs. K i n g as her lost serious competition -- u n - css third seeded A u s t r a l i a n Evonne Goolagorrg, 22. is back the form that won her the rown in 1971. This is the way British book- nakcrs rate the players: Ncwcomlxj is a 5 2 favorite o take the men's prize. Smith nd Nastase are rated 4-1. will Borg 6-1 and Connors 8-1. Mrs. K i n g is the 11-8 favorite n women's singles. Miss Ever s 5-2, Miss Goolagong 4-1, with Jriton Virginia Wade next bes t 12-1 and American Rosie Casals 1-1-1. Morgan Paces Clncy Victory CINCINNATI (A?) -- Joe Morgan drove in all the Cincin- iati runs with a homer and a acrifice fly, Fred Norman won is fourth .straight game and he Reds snapped a three-game osing streak with a 3-2 victory -ver the red-hot Atlanta Braves Saturday. Morgan's seventh home run of the baseball season, in the irst inning, came oft loser Phil N'ierko. 8-5. Following a single ty Cesar Geronimo and erasec a 10 Atlanta lead. Atlanta tied the game in the -bird when Darrell Evans blasted a home run off the right field foul pole. Cincinnati then scored the vinning run in the botlom o 'he third when Pete Rose sin- lied, went to third on another single by Geronimo--his sixth straight bit over a two-gami span--and scored on Morgan' sacrifice fly. Norman. 7-5. defeating 'At anta for only the third time ii eight career decisions, scat tered seven hits in ending tin streak. Atlanta had won cigh of its previous nine games ant 25 of 33 in moving past Cincin nati i n t o second place in th National League's West Divi Slottlemyer Suffers Injury NEW YORK (AP) _ Th. New York Yankees said Smur day they are sending pitehe Mel Stottlemyre to a notsd Lo Angeles specialist, Dr. Rober Kerlan, to have his ailing righ shoulder examined. Stottlemyre, 6-7. was re moved in the fourth i n n i n j June 11 while pitching agains California. He said he felt pain in the shoulder after throwing pitch to Frank Robinson in th second inning. Stottlemyre missed his las t u r n . He was to have pitche against Detroit Sunday but ro ported pain in the ' shoutde after pitching batting practic last Wednesday. Dr. Sidney Gaynor, the Yar kees' team physician, x-raye the shoulder Friday and sai the injury was in 'the tendoi area. Dr. Gaynor said rci should heal the injury but i was decided to send Stotl lemyre to Dr. Kerlan for con firmation. Dr. Kerlan is one o the leading doctors for sport injuries, Former Indian Player Returns As Assistant JONESBOHO, Ark. (AP) Pitn Kcane, a former Arkansa itate University quarterback las been named defensive sec ondary coach on the ASU loot jail staff, athletic director Do: Floyd announced Saturday. Keane. 29. will t a k e the posi .ion previously held by Clinto jorc, who has resigned to ente a f a r m i n g p a r t n e r s h i p at For rest City. Keanc, who will assume hi duties July 1. quarterbacke he Indians under former ASl Coach Bonnie Ellendcr in 1905 967. A native of Linden, Keanc divided a year of sem )rofcssional ball with the Or a n d a , Fla.. Panthers and th Arkansas Diamonds before be j n n i n g his coaching career. He coached a year each a 'oplar Slreeth in Rose City Jin or High School in North Lilt! Rock and two years as offen live backfield coach at Nort ^ittle Rock's Northeast Hig School before returning to ASU ·is a graduate assistant. For the past two season? ·Ceane has worked with quar erbacks and wide receiver and has been in charge of opp lent scouting at ASU. "We are really proud to ha\ Tim as a regular member ( our staff." said Bill Davidsoi ASU head football coach. "H :nows our program inside an iut, and I can't help but so lira milking even greater con .ributions to our program in 1' new position." Cowboys Wilf Try Extended Tryouf Schedule DALLAS (AP) -i The Dalla Cowboys, in a move possibl looking ahead to the threatene strike of National Footba League players, announced Sa unlay they will hold continuou tryouts for prospective player. The team has never hcl such extended tryouts, althnug a "kicking caravan" in Ame ica and Europe turned up Ton Fritsch, the stellar Vienn placekicker. a former star the soccer wars. The Cowboys held a one-da tryont a fe\v weeks ago an asked some of the contender to return for another look. Hoi ever, there have been no nouncements of signings. Tryouts will be at 10 a.m daily at Ownby Stadium on th Southern Methodist Universit campus in Dallas, t h e n will b moved to the pre-season trai ing site of California Luthcn College in Thousand Oaks, C l i f . Any players signed by th Cawboys in advance of t r a i n i n camp will report with th rookies to Thousands Oaks Ju 7, the statement said. Brandt said those trying o must have no high school c college eligibility remainin must assume their o w n risl and must provide their ow transportation. There will be no contact work. Lewis Brothers Members of Lewis Brothers' Watson, Derik Stanlon, Darin 1974 Pee Wee baseball entry Strange and David Jones, include (top row), from left, (Fronl rnvr), Tim Smith, coach Carl Strange, W e s Duayne Layer, Brawnley Vaughn, Terry Thomas, Brad Glass, J e d Shreve a n d S c o t t Mealer. Not shown are Jeffrey Fitch and Kean Fedosky. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) * Little League Games Highlight Friday Play Little League and Pee Wee ,eague games continued Friday ·vening with action well into lie second half of the season. In Little League games, Seven Jp exploded piist Cravens I7-C as Kelley Sharp picked up the ictory and Ronnie Robertson vas charged with the loss. Brent Campbell and Sharp doubled for the winners, bul Randall Boudrey was the real star with a home run. ABA Bosses Plan Expansion By 19/5-76 L O U I S V I L L E CAP) -Trustees of the American Bas ketball Association ended a narathon meeting late Fridaj with the announcement that the eague would continue with 11 ^earns next season and expand to at least two other cities no later than 1975-76. Commissioner Mike Storen lold a news conference the ABA will have teams in Los Angeles and St. Louis by 1975-76 and would add a franchise in Cin cinnati within one year if the Kentucky Colonels of the ABA are not playing in the Ohio Citj at t h a t time. It was not disclosed imme dialely whether Ellie Brown owner of the Colonels, had been successful in her reported at tempts to buy back 40 per cen of the team now owned by ; Cincinnati group. Storen said the Memphi, franchise may be purchased h' a group which wants to operate the team in the Tennessee city or, if that isn't possible, wouU seek to relocate it. He didn' name the group. Earlier there had been re ports t h a t the Tarns, alreadv purchased by the league, would be disbanded and the player, dispersed in a special d r a f t . Storen also said a "very re sponsible group" has given the league a 5500,000 deposit on the Carolina franchise, but did no n a m e the group. Storen said that the Carolina franchise would be -moved to one of three locations which he did not specify. Greer's Abstract and Holsum iread fought tooth and nail for nine innings before officials ailed for a replay with the core tied 9-9. Kevin Coker was in the moujid for Greer's and lerry Shacklcford for Holsum. Steven Larson and Tim Taylor louhled for Greer's while locky Bell, Shackleford and Sarry Rogers doubled tor lolsuTn. Coca Cola downed the Fayetteville Fire Department 9-5 .like Drown was the winner ind M i k e Stephens the loser Tracy Spencer tripled and F,ric Vhitehead doubled for COCF Cola while Shannon Burasco doubled for the Firemen. The Elks Club shaded Warner jable 10-9. Rawleigh Rails was he winning hurler and Wilson he loser. Cravens won the first half National League race with Answers For Puzzle On Page 4B HEAVY DUTY MUFFLER · Lifetime Guarantee - DUALS Adding One Side Including One Muffler Both Sides Including Both Mufflers T*r all JkuMrkM mart* SEEBURG MUFFLER 7-1 record while Warnor Cabl was lops in the America League also with a 7-1 mark Ixnvis Brothers won the firs halt Rebel Pee Wee race. IGA, Eason's Collect Friday Babe Ruth Wins IGA shelved Mcllroy Bank 13- and Eason Co. ripped First ational 11-1 In Babe R u t h Phils Rush Past New York PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Vlike Schmidt tripled to key a hree-run first inning and lead he Philadelphia Phillies to a 5- victory over the New York . lets in the first game of Satur- lay's Iwinight doubleheader. Schmidt's triple off Harr Parker. 1-7, drove in Larr iiowa, who singled with one out, and Del Unser. who followed with a double. Schmidt then scored on an infield out to give =ton schueler. 48, all the runs needed. Parker was knocked out in .he second inning when the Phillies used a single by Willi Montanoz. a sacrifice by Schue Icr and a single by Dave Casl to make it 4-0. Monlanez dou hied off Ray Sndccki ,ini scored the fifth in in t h fourth inning on bob Borme' single. baseball aclion played Friday vening. he 10 run nil* revailed in both games. In the early contest Darrell trange gave up three hits to olch the win for IGA while oe Holt took the loss for Icllroy. Kyle Adiims triples 'hile Strange and Rick Allred oublcd. Greg Gebhart, David ,Iurihy. Adams. Crant Osborne mi Billy Hodnett bagged ingles for IGA. Jimmy Luper riplcd while Todd Darter and lolt singled for Mcllroy. Jay Honeycutt picked up the vin for Eason's in the late ·ontest while Ronnie Stratton vas charged with the loss. Brett Garton, Carter Goode. Huncycutt, David Pennington and Jack Daugherty belted singles (or Eason's while Joe West doubled for First National. Steve Watkins, West and Sean iarrison all singled for the oscrs. 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