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June 23, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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Members of the Evening Lions Little League entry include (front row), from left, Lake West, B. J. Pnwell, Chris Kirby, Jerry Clark, Thomas Evening Lions Phelps, Dennis Lewis, Jeff Doty, Mark Thomas and Danny Eiland. (Top Row) Mike Smith, Jimmy Guist, Don Clark, Warren Smith, Barry Gebhart, Hank Reid, David Paschal and coach Clint Pike. (TIMESphoto By Ken Good) Unser Grabs Shaky Claim To Pole Spot MOUNT POCONO. Pa. (AP) --Bobby Unser grabbed a shaky claim on the Schaefer 500 (pole position Saturday, with Andretti still waiting in the wings. Unser, winner of two races his year and currently riding xi top of the championship itandings, drove Dan Gurney's Olsonite Eagte four laps at an average speed of 182.500 miles er hour to become the fastest early qualifier for the $400,00 race scheduled for June 30. Foyt and Andretti both had engine problems during their own sceduled four-lap t r i p s around the 2.5-mile Pocono International! Raceway while running at speeds that would have dislodged Unser from the pole. Foyt, winner of the hssl ilarting spot in each of the pre- 'ious 500-mile races in the 1974 U.S. Auto Club's "Triple rown" series, broke a piston on the second of his four laps rlis First lap had been docket dt 185.759 ni.p.h. Andretti ran laps of 182.334 183.524 and 182.593 before losing power on his fourth lap. HL pulled off the oval without com- plcting his r u n . Thus, Foyt and Andretti stil were in line for a shot at Unse later in the day. Foyt was Faced with an engine change before Saturday's qualifying deadline. Andretti's problem was a slicking throttle, fairly easy to correct. It was the first of two days o trials to select 33 starters fo the fourth Schaefer 500. Fina runs will be held Sunday. Saturday's speeds fell la short of those recorded for thi same race last year, the dro] was attributed to tsew fuel am air foil restrictions, and a smal "pop-off" valve and "pressur regulator" that limits boost in the turbochargers mounted 01 engines. The late Peter Revson woi last year's pole position with ; four-lap, 10-mile speed of 190.648 m.p.h., but Foyt woi the race. Saturday's runs were mad in clear, sunny weather--ii contrast to Friday, when rail washed out the final full day o practice. Loris Stcmton Members of Loris Slanton's 1974 Pee Wee diamond entry include, (front row), from left, Sterling Price, Paddy Kennedy, Scott Smith, Harold Schmltz, Mike Treat and Kevin Page. (Back row) Tracy Hoskins, Gene Raney, Nicky Goodwin, Doimie Gilhreath, Kent Reading and Tony Cook. Red Ferraris Seem Fastest In Practice ZANDVOORT, The Nether lands (AP) -- Ferraris were the pre-race favorites to win Sunday's world championship Dutch Grant! Prix. Tn two days of trials at this North Sea coaslal circuit, the red Italian racers dominated the fastest lap being set bj Austrian Niki Lauda, who averaged 120.71 miles per hour around the twisting track to clinch pole position. His time for the 2.66 rnilo circuit was 1:18.31, just six-tenths of a second faster t h a n his teammate. Clay Regazzoni of Switzerland. Although no fewer t h a n 20 drivers were inside the lap record of 1-.20.32, no one could match the flying Ferraris. their nearest challenger .was the Brazilian ex world eham pion. Emerson Fittipaldi in his Marlboro McLaren, with a time of 2:19.56. Alongside him on Hie second row of the srid will b Britain's Mike Hail wood in I Yardlcy McLaren, with a besi Jan time of 1:19.68. South African Jody Scheck tcr in a Tyrrell Ford, winnei of the Swedish grand Prix twr weeks ago, with fifth fastest iti . ttie trials with 1:19.92, and Brit ain's James Hunt, Heskcth Ford, sixth with 1:29.95. Sunday's race Is the eighth the 1974 championship scries and the halfway mark ot the season. And with only si: points covering the top foil drivers, a new leader could emerge Sunday. Record Equalled LONDON (AP) -- Andr. Lynch, a 21 year-old English tank clerk, equalled the worl fiQ-meter record for women Sal urday with a time of 7.2 f« onds. The record is alrcncl shared by Australia's Belt. Cuthbcrt and Irina Bochkar yova of the Soviet Union. This year's coaches are Don Gilhreath, left, and George Cook. (TIMESphoto By Ken Good) 5'/4% 6*/4% We tave t Mercs* r*te to Foycttarille Savings A Loan Association Ml N. Evl ATOM* Razorblade Hill MORRIS PLAINS, N.J. (AP -- If all the razor blades sold the United States last yen could be stacked in a pile, the would just about equal th height of Mount McKinley, a 20.320 feet North America highest peak. Open Daily 9.10; Sun. closed MON., TUES., WED. FIBERGLASS BELTS PLUS TWO POLYESTER CORD PLIES BLACKWALLS 17 Ml MOUntD FRTE Mus f J.T. 2.00 Each Whitewalls 2.44 More Each NO TRADE* REQUIRED f£.l. EACH STABILIZERS AND 7.97 A ttgn front end. install s*a- bilircrs. Most U.S. cars, HEAVY-DUTY CAR MUFFLER i Zinc-coated, dotibfe 5 wrapped. A\os*U.S, car DO-IT-YOURSELF BODY REPAIR SPECIALS UTO REPAIR KIT i D*y Block .·RuoNoOpnifpaW for car oenH, kol«i. X -pi. Uock wirx*- r»,'gosk«ti«ol. Hwy 71 B North at Rolling Hills Drive in Fayetteville, Arkansas Following Two-Day Meeting Notthwx* Arkansas TIMfS, Sun., Jun* 23, FAVKTTIVILLK, ARKANSAS 1974 · 3S Storen Sees Rosey Future For ABA LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - immissioner Mike Storen MW rosy future for the American WHA Team Won't Be Ready For Soviets HARTFORD (AP) --General anager Jack Kelley of the 'orld Hockey Association New ngland Whalers says a special HA squad will be poorly pre- ared whe nit faces the Soviet nion National Hockey team in September. The Russian team is sched- ed to begin intensified prac ce June 25 for the eight game eries with the WHA players ho will make up Team Cana- The North Americans are ot scheduled to start workouts ntil SeOt. 1, which will give nem 17 days to get used to one nothetr and develop team tim- ig. The scries is set to begin ept. 17 at Quebec City and move to Winnipeg. Vancouver nd either Toronto or Montrael jcfore shifting to Moscow. The anadians also will play Sept 7 in Helsinki and Sept. 28 in wedcn. Team C a n a d a will rind up the overseas trip with game Oct. 8 in Prague gainst the Czech National Keltey said it would be d i f f i ult to start Sept. 1 and be pre ared to meet the Russians. "It takes a good month o ork plus some exhibition ames to really come togethc s a team. I realize the native bility of these players." Kelle aid. "But to match Russia ir egard to team play it will take lore training time." But WHA officials aren't pay ng much attention to Kelley tivitation soon will be sent qu' o 25 players who will comprise Team 'Canada, but the t e a m oster won't be officially an ounced until Aug. 1. Polish Runner Sets New Mark WARSAW (AP) -- Irena Sze vinska, 28, of Poland Saturday fit a world record in the worn 400-meter dash, clocking 9.9 seconds. The previous record of 52 sec nds belonged to Marilyn Neuf nlle of Jamica since Jul; 970. It was once equaled b; lonika Zehrt of East German' n July 1972. Szewinska is also worl ecord holder over 200 meter at 22 seconds flat. iaskethall Association Satur- lay following a two day meet- ng of the league's trustees. Storen said despite Memphis Jcing without George Thompon and Carolina losing Mack alvin and Ted McClain, he felt ic two franchises would be ompetitive next season. "You want to start w i t h Icmphis?" Sloren quipped. Suppose they sign David 'hompson? You think they'd be ompetitive next year?" He continued. "I am not Tcating predictions, but the juestion of competitiveness and becoming competitive relates to good solid ownership and good management." Sloren said discussions on a ational television contract for he ABA would continue. He laid ABC and NBC are still being conferred with and the lughes Sports Network has a irst-rider refusal. Storen said !iat throughout the summer 'We'll be exploring with those ntities a broadened tcleision jackage." Asked if he was optimistic the ABA would be able to negotiate a national television contract, Storen said, "I was very optimistic on the merger." He added, "it's tike signing A player. If you strike a 15-game package with ABC, I'm totally optimistic, or if you don't have a 15-game package or you don't have television, I'd be very pessimistic." The question of merger appear dead for this season, although Storen says the ABA trustees arc still open to the idea should the National Basketball Association decide to take positive aclion. Storen said the ABA has more to offer national telfc- vision with the "emergence of Julius Erving on the east coast and Wilt Chamberlain now playing in a major arena in San Diego on the west Coast, we have gained a measure of national acceptance which I think greatly enhances our ability to garner a more productive television package." Storen said Billy Cunningham has "a valid contract" with the Carolina franchise. "And when t h a t franchise is relocated he will be playing with that franchise." Philadelphia 7S«rs owner Irv Kosloff was recently quoted as saying his team has a valid contract with C u n n i n g h a m " Vt the 1974-75 season and it was his opinion Cunningham's C.. ,- lina contract was still in litiga- lion. Much of the success of the relocated Cougars may depend on whether they are able to keep the services of Cunningham. TERMITES? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants. Spiden, etc. COMMERCIAL S RESIDENTIAL let's face it! 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