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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 19

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For Milwaukee Open Title Snead A Real Favorite MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The youth movement has'been the dominant theme on the pro golf tour this year with the so-called kiddie corps coming into its awn. "Most of 'em are real nice boys," observes 62-year-old Sam Snead, who was winning golf tournaments long before .any of the Young Lions were born. "A lot of 'cm are good players, too. Big and strong, and poo-wneee, don't Ihey hit the ball hard? Real long, lols of em. They're nice, respectful boys. A lot of 'em call me 'Mr. Snead. 1 Now that's real nice. "Of course, a lot of em call me other things, too. I hear 'em in the locker room. They're sayin', 'Why don't that old buzzard go home to the rockin' chtir where be belongs and Quit comin' out here and takin' cur money?' "Yeah., they say a lot of t h a t , too." And they're saying it this week, too, with the still-sweet- swinging Snead an entry in the $130.000 Milwaukee Open that got under way today on the 7,010-yard, p'ar-72 Tuckaiway Country Club course. He's considerably more than a : sentimental favorite for the $26.000 first prize in this event that got started a day early to make way for next week's prestige-laden British Open. Snead scored the last of his record 84 official career lilies in 1955 but has challenged strongly.several times since. The lalesl was his second- place finish--he lost by a single shot--in Ihe Los Angeles Open early this year. He was in contention through 71 holes, finally bowing on Ihe 72nd to Dave Stockton. In only six previous starts this season, Snead has collected almosl $23,000 and ranks in the lop 70 money-winers. He says he plays "just as good as I can and Iry to pick up a little check when I can. It's prelly hard to win with these old nerves. "But," he continued, with a big smile, "if Ihey just let me nake me a cojplc of putts, just et me hole a few of 'cm, and maybe we can give 'em a lillle something they can sit up and akc notice about." Snead and Lee Trevino ranked as the Iwo lop gale altract- ons in the 144-man field that ilso included Hubert Green, a hrcc-time iwinncr this season, and such other 1974 title-win- iors as Buddy Allin. Bob Mcnnc, Jim Colbert. Allen Miler. Dave Hill and defending Milwaukee Open champion Siockton. Rookies Will Cross Lines Picketing Starts Today SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Despite refusal of U.S. International University--site of the San Top Tourney Seeds Fall CHATTANOOGA, Term. (AP) -- The top-seeded players in men's and women's competition of the National Amateur Clay Court Tennis Tournament have been eliminated. Unseeded Jim Timmins of San Antonio, Tex., defeated lop seeded Patrick DuPre of Anniston. Ala., Tuesday in the third round of the tournament, 6-4, 64, while in women's action, top- seeded Ka'they May of Beverly .Hills, Calif., defaulted to Beth Hamilton of Cullowhee, N-C. Tuesday's competition cut the field of men and women players to 16. Quarter-finals wfll be held Thursday with the championship decided Sunday. The tournament is being held at Manker Patton Tennis Center in Chattanooga. Diego Charger training camp-o permit on-campus protests, .he striking National Football League Players Association jlanncd its first picketing for .oday. And, even as the NFLPA, striking with Ihe slogan "No Treedom, No Football," readied for the first picket lines in sports, a discordant note appeared among the ranks of Ihe union's members. "We're not going to come out smelling like roses, making ridiculous demand- "· twice as much money fi. .ess work and no discipline," charged center Jim- Langer of Ihe world champion Miami Dolphins. He said 80 per cent of his teammates want to play against the College All-Stars on July 25 at Chicago. Some 50 veteran players were scheduled to throw up a picket line just off the U.S. International University campus al 11 a.m., EDT, today in hopes of persuading rookies and free agents not to report. The Chargers were the firsl of three NFL teams schedulec to. open training camps this veek. An informal survey, however, indicated that many, if not all, of the young players planned to report to the San Diego camp. And Coach Hommy Prothro said: "AH of the rookies we've contacted say they'll come out. We have talked to all but very few." NFLPA Executive Director Ed Garyey said the union would abide by the university's decision. Jesse Freitas, one of the draftees and a quarlerback prospect, said he would cross the picket line. "I don't think I should be going on strike for something I really don't belong to." Rookies are not eligible for NFLPA membership until they make a team and the regular season begins. Negotiations broke off las week between the NFLPA an( the NFL Management Council reprcsenling owners. The strike began Monday. The 1,200-menAer NFLPA'b demands include elimination o he reserve and option clauses. When the NFLPA struck foul years ago the Kansas City Chiefs were allowed lo practice and play against the College All-Stars. The Dolphin veterans will meet Friday night to determine what to do for this year's game against the College All-Stars. --Charger owner Eugene Klein said there was a good chance the entire 1D74 NFL season would be played without striking veterans. --Bud Adams, owner of the Houston Oilers, said cancellation of the exhibition season, considered very possible at this stage of Ihe dispute, would result in "every club in Ihe NFL winding up in. the red." --George Halas of Ihe Chicago Bears, patriarch of NFL owners, said pro football players can not be considered "just like other people" despite what the striking players association thinks. --Joe Namath, star quarterback of Ihe New York Jels, said he will honor the strike but won't picket. Evert Faster Than Murcer Male chauvinism would suffei a severe setback if Chris Ever and Bobby Murcer had a race because Chris Evtrt would wii easily. In this case, however Chris and Bobby are not i world class tennis player am a star outfielder for the Yan kces, bul racehorses owned b; Carl Rosen, a New Englam sportswear manufacturer. The equine Chris Evert is no\ at the head of her class afle sweeping the Acorn, Molhc Goose and Coaching Clu American Oaks stakes. Thes classics comprise the New Yor Racing Association's Triol Crown for fillies, and Chri Evert thus joins Dark Mirag and Slmvee as the only fillie ever to accomplish Ihe fca Bobby Murcer has been con peting against more modes competition and is not thougl of as a stakes horse. City Netters Claim League Match Victory HUSSELLVILLE - - The Fny- tteville Tennis Association ccm- niiecl defense or its 1973 Aransas Tennis League Cham- ionsliip Sunday with a 9-0 wit! ver the Russellville Eacciuel lub. Faycltcville leads the s T orth Division with a 2-C ecorcl. The day's best match came t number three singles, where im Herrin or Fayetteville de ealcd Wyn Looncy 6-1, 4-6, 6-4 Despite the 95-degree heat, Her in outlasted his younger oppon ·nl in the 2%-hour match. Randy Jackson and Clnick Jkerbloom dropped the first sel f their number one double? natch against Tad Lovvery and .ooney, 6-1. but came back to ake the next two sets 8-1, 6-1. In the other doubles 'matches 'ohn Teas and John Brooks ieat Fred Duvall and Berts 6-4 i-1. and Ihe team of Slevi Chapman anri Herrin downe Dale Young and Boles 6-2, 0-2. At number one singles, Jack son defeated Lowery fi-0, 6-2 Brooks stopped Doug Phelps 1, C-2 at number two and Tea landled Duvall 6-3, 6-3 at num ner four. In the fifth and sixth single matches, Bill Mclver bea Young 6-3, 3-C, 6-4 and Chapma downed Randy Hale 6-3, 6--1. Aufo Races Planned . PONTIAC, Mich. ,(AP) Wide Track Drive, the bypas road around Ihe city of Pontia will- be turned into a rac course Thursday as part of tlia city's Fourth of July celebr lion. A local sports car club sponsoring the race over th winding. 1.2-milc course. Sppr cars wilt compete in varioi classes. orihwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., July 3, 1974 AYCTTEVILLE. ARKANSAS 19 Stockton, Shafei Advance To Wimbledon Semifinals; Newcoinbe To Test Rosewall WIMBLEDON, England (AP) -- Dick Stockton and Ismael el hafei moved into today's quar- er-finals of the All-England e n n i s Championships un- auntcd by the big guns lhat talk the Wimbledon grass. Stockton, ranked only 13th in lie United States and relegated - the second-string dressing oom here, was to face Alex letrcveli of the Soviet Union nd El Shafci, who won the jun- or title here 10 years ago, was chedulcd to meet veteran Stan milh. "I've played Alex only once )cfure on slow clay and I heat im," Stockton said before Heeling Iris tOlb-seedcd oppo- ient. "I've played Stan countless imes and never beaten him," aid El Shafei of the fourth eeded American who won the itle here two years ago. "Bu here always has to be a firs ime and this could be it." In other quarter-finals ioday op-seeded John Newcombe was o nieel veteran Ken Rosewall he ma nhc beat for the title in 1971, in an all-Australian match, and Jimmy Connors -he No. 3 seed, iwas to face de 'ending champion Jan Kodes .he No. 6 seed from Czech oslovakia. South African Linky Bosholf 17-year-old schoolgirl whj gained* Ihe' women's quarter-fi nals by upsetting Rosie Casals was to face Britain's Virgml Wade. Defending champion Bi lie Jean King was to test Olg Morozova of the Soviet Union Evonne Goolagong and Kerr Melville were locked in an al Australian match and Chri E.vcrt was pitted against Wes Germany's Helga Masthoff. Stockton earned his quarlei nal berth by defeating second- ceded Hie Nastase of Romania n Tuesday's fourlh round; Met- eveli defeated seventh-seeded om Okker of The Nether- inds; El Shafei beat Manuel Jrantes of Spain Tuesday, the ay after taming fourth-seeded Sjorn Borg of Sweden. Smith beat Palrice Doml- guez of France; Newcombe ualificd by lopping Erik van Dillon of Aplos. Calif.; Rose- vail beat back a strong clial- enge from lioscoe Tanner, of Big Canoe. Ga. WE PAY TOP MONEY For JUNK BATTERIES Our 20th Year in Fayefteville. 442-9567 605 South School Hiway 71 South VAUGHN BATTERY WED., THURS., FRL, SAT. AUTO DISCOUNTS All TIRES PIUS F.E.T. EACH-CHARGE IT KM 100 BLACKWAU 4-FULL-PLY POLYESTER CORD Ke 3 .20.S8~B78xI3 Plus F.E.T. 1.83 Each SIZES me. 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