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Until His First Pro Season Begins NorthwMt Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, July 7, 1974 · 5C FAVITTIVILLr, ARKANSAS . David Jaynes Counting The Days KANSAS CITY (AP) - All- Amcrican quarterback Dave Jaynes is counting the days until he starts his rookie season with''the Kansas City Chiefs in the National Football League. , The flash from Kansas, who rewrote the record books in Big Eight Conference passing, has an abundance oE confidence and a burn "I know it's difficult "to do this right off," adds Jaynes, a strapping 212-pounder with hi; urning desire '.'to rip peopli .rt the first chances I get." IGA Grocery This year's IGA Babe Ruth baseball team clinched the league title with a perfect Stuart Thomas, Larry Johnson, David Terry, Rusty Porter, Brice Kcegan and Mike season record. Members .in- Mitchell. (Back Row) Hubert elude (Front Row), froim left, Agee (sponsor), Grant Os- Kyle Adams, Alan Bland, borne, David Murphy, Robert I.eblonri, Rick Allred, Greg Gcbhart, Darrell Strange, Ken Wiles, Billy Hodnctf, Arniand Leblond and coach Orby Mc- Clcland. (TIMESpholo by Ken Good) hands and a quick release. I can't, there's one thing for certain...! won't lose my con- iclencc.' Jaynes, t h e Chiefs' No. 3 draft choice is well aware of the competition lie faces. The Chiefs have four veteran quarterbacks, Len Dawson. the old pro at 39: Mike Livingston, Dawson's understudy for six years; Pete Beathard, a nine- year pro. and Dean Carlson, who has seen no action in two pro campaigns. 'Can I beat out Dawson?" Jaynes laughs, repeating question.' "He's great. I feel il Len is healthy this year, he'll play every game. If he gets hurt, I don't know what will lappen." He is scheduled to begin raining Sunday at Evanston, 111., for the College All-Star amo in Chicago July 26. Jaynes, who threw 35 touchdown passes during his career at Kansas, says he has "worked a long time toward playing in the pros... I'm not satisfied just being drafted. "I'll make every effort to be in the lineup as soon as I can. It will take adjustments but I have faith in my ability and my arm." The players' strike against the NFL worries Jaynes im- mensely. 'I can understand what the veterans are trying to get." Jaynes explains. "I am concerned about the bonus for reporting to training camp on lime. "I feel I have to do whatever my lawyer says but there's no way I will go through a 1 picket line. "The rookies are being put into a bad situation because of the strike. The rookies like myself have to worry about making the team...and, in addition, whether to go to training cnmp or not go to camp. The veter- ans can say they're a member of the players association and do whatever the association wants." Fast Pitch Standings In Henley Regetta Men's Fast Pitch Standings Observer 8-0 City of Fayelteville 5-2 Dandy Oil 5-3 Interstate 5-3 Baldwin ' 3-4 Kemp Associates 1-7 Auto Parts 0-8 Russians Defeat U. S. Crew HENLEY-ON-THAMES, England (AP) -- Three American crews posted victories Saturday to carry U.S. hopes into the finals of the Henley Royal Rowing Regatta, but the combined Vesper-Potomac, crew was beaten after a brave fight Slow-Pitch Softball West League Slow Pitch Mr. Burger ' 12-1 Whit Chevrolet 9-4 Schlitz 9-4 Gerogetown 8-6 Street Department. 7;8 Palace Drug University Baptist 6-8 Jug's Dairy Maids 4-9 Penney's , 3-10 Police Department 2-12 East League Slow Ptich Lazenby Real Estate 12-2 Local 965 11-2 Br'er Fran's 10-3 Standard Register 8-5 McDonald's 7-6 Dennis Home Furnishings 7-7 141 St Signal Co. 5-9 Yamaha 3-10 SEC 3-10 EPC 1-12 tfgainst a top Russian squad in ;he semifinals. of the Grand Challenge Cup for heavyweight Despite that blow in the historic regatta's premier event, U.S. hopes were high heading into Sunday'svwindup over the o n e-mile, , "550-yard River Thames course. '·· The American winners on a windswept but sunny day were Harvard University, the Porcel- lian Club of Cambridge, Mass., and the youngsters of Holy Spirit High School of Absecbn. N.J. In the Grand Challenge Cup, which dates right back to the inauguration of Henley in 1839, it was a close battle and the Russian Trud Club was lucky to hold on for victory. The Americans, a makeshift crew composed mainly of the- best men from the-Philadelphia Vesper Boat Club and the Potomac Boat Club of Washington, lost by only one-quarter length as Trud surged home in 6:30 -over 20 seconds faster than the times in all the races so far in this year's regatta. It was a stroke-for-stroke battle throughout, with Trud at ways narrowly ahead. It had a half-length advantage at the mile post when Vesper-Poto- stroke Jim Moroney ol Philadelphia 'got his men moving. With oars -flailing at '40 strokes per miriuler'the-Ameri- cans were only eight feet be hind at the finish. Harvard University's varsitj lightweights had another goot race in the Thames Challenge Cup for eights quarter-finals heating England's strong Met ropolitan Rowing Club by 1 2-3 print champion, will face'two xtremely difficult races Sun- ay -- the first time Henley las ended its four-day run on a lunday. Harvard takes on England's jest lightweights, the Quintin 3oat Club, in one semifinal, vlule Belgium's impressive An .wcrp Rowing Club meets the Irish Gnrda Siochana in the second semifinal. lengths in 6:58. Assuming it Harvard, the keeps U.S. vi inning Eastern John Canaday of. Belmont, Mass., stroked a crew representing the Porcellian Club into the semifinals of the Wyfold Challenge'Cup for coxless fours with three-quarter length victory in 7:22 over England's Thames Rowing Club. Two other U.S. challengers in the Wyfold, one from Yale University and the other from the Potomac Boat Club, Washington, lost the quarter-finals. And an eight from Kirkland House of Harvard lost in the quarterfinals of the Ladies Challenge Plate for heavywerght eights. Seven Up Members of the Seveu-I/p, Waldroup, Jeff Slnsarek and Little League team arc (front Scott Huencfeld; (back row) " " right) Manny assistant Budgie Harris, Hob" " " ert Witfe, Frank Terminclla, Kelley Sharp, Randall Boudrey, Lee Slusarek, Brent row, left .(» right) Manny Terminella, Andy Lankford, Dean Parson, Scott Harrison, Terry Hendfix, Park Campbell, David Coffield, Jimmy Moore and coach Max Moore. Batboys at front are Timmy Boudrey and Calvin Sharp. (TIMESph'oto by Ken Good) Chicago Falls 3-2 10th Inning Double Boosts Braves Lillle League, AMERICAN LEAGUE Holsum Bread Jaycees Elks Club Greer Abstract NWA TIMES Warner Cable Babe Ruth Stars Named The Fayetteville Babe Ruth League All Stars were officially announced Saturday. To be managed by Jack Uiper with help from L. O. Ferguson and' Orby McCleland, :he team will Include Ricky Allred, Mike Curtsinger, Duane Dunn, Charles Ferguson, Terry Praley, Greg Gehhart, Gip Gibson and Kenneth Harriman. Also selected to the team were Kendall Keen Jimmy Luper, Grant Osborne, Andrew Phillips, Ned Parette, Darrell Strange, Calvin Tacket, Jackie CHICAGO (AP) -- Darrell Evans' double with one out in I the 10th inning gave the Atlanta Braves a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs Saturday. ' Ralph Garr opened the inning with an'infield hit off reliever Oscar Zamora and was sacrificed to second before Evans' tie-breakin'g double. ' The Cubs climbed into a 2-2 tie in the seventh on Jose Cardenal's bases-loaded pinch single. Atlanta's Roric Harrison was sailing along with a three-hit shutout when the Cubs loaded the bases on singles by Bill Madlock and Andre Thornton and a walk to Vic Harris. Joe Niekro relieved and got pinch hitter Chris Ward on an infield pop before yielding Carr denal's single. The Braves scored in the second on singles by Dave Johnson, Frank Tepedino and Harrison. They added an unearned run in the third when they chased starter Jim Tddd. Todd left after walking Craig Robinson and F,vans. Dusty Baker singled to left but Robinson was thrown out at the plate y Williams. Catcher Steve Swisher then fired to second Baltimore Snaps Oakland's Five Game Winning Streak OAKLAND (AP) -- Ross Grimsley fired a five-hitter and Brooks Robinson and Paul Blair homered as the Baltimore Orioles snapped Oakland's five- game winning streak 3-0 Saturday. Grimsley, 10-7, gave up infield hits to Bill North in the first inning and Bert Camp- aneris in the fourth and ninth. The other Oakland hits were singles by North in the sixth and Joe Rudi in the seventh. , All three Baltimore runs came off Dave Hamilton, 5-2. Robinson lined his third homer of the season over the left fielc fence in the second inning anc Blair hit his eighth against the facing of the upper deck in left field in the sxth. The Orioles scored their other run in the fifth in a. two-out double by Andy Elchebarren and a single by Mark Belanger ^-iimaiey walked hone, struck out six and allowed only two Oakland runners as far as second base rying to get Baker but the ball Red Ball Evening Lions McDonald's NATIONAL LEAGUE sailed into the outfield Evans scored. Seven Up Campbell-Bell Fire Dept. Kelley Brothers Fay. Plumbing Coca Cola Cravens aslMcIlrpy Bank Lewis Ford SMORGASBORD For LUNCH ALL THE PIZZA Now Mon. thru Fri. 11-2 AND SALAD YOU CAN EAT Also Man., 5-8 p.m. All locations $ 145 Bring the Kids -- Only lOc Per Year of Age. 314 South School 2325 North College Highway 68 West, Sprlngdale APPEARING THIS MONTH! July 5-6 FREDDY WELLER ·Ins: The Bob White Band July 12-13 ANTHONY ARMSTRONG JONES Wednesday, July 17 ONE NIGHT ONLY BILL MONROE The Bluegrass Boys July 16 -20 ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL July 23-27 TRACY FRIEL July 26-27 FERLIN HUSKY August2-3 NARVEL FELTS SHOW August 9-10 TRACY NELSON And Mother Earth August 16-17 MELBA MONTGOMERY Steaks, music and brew The Barn on Holida Island, five miles North Eureka Springs on Sta Highway 23. Open night except Sunday and Mo day. Continuous live mus from 6 p.m. until closui no cover on weeknighi For table reservations, ca 253-8070. THE MZZ A HUT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. SUNDAY DAILY SUPPER SPECIALS EACH WEEK -- 3901 North College -- Fayetteville, Arkansas Phone No. 443-3431 MONDAY HILLBALY NIGHT Salad Bar, Pork Chops, Brown Beans, Potatoes, Cornbread, Sliced Onions, Batter. (The kind "Lil" Ahner likes.) TUESDAY THE BEST OF LAND AND SEA Salad Bar, Breast of Chicken, Deep Fried Shrimp, Choice Of · Potatoes, Bread and Butter. WEDNESDAY FLAMING SHISKABOB NIGHT Broiled Tender Chunks Of Sirloin Beef On A Skewer w/Onions, Green Peppers, Tomatoes, ana* Served On Rice Pilaf, Salad Bar, Bread and Butter. THURSDAY POLYNESIAN NIGHT Tender Cubed Beef w/Chop Suey Vegetables, Sweet and Sour Sauce, Served Of cr Chow Meln Noodles, Salad Bar, Bread and Butter FRIDAY CATFISH FILET NIGHT A Family Style Dinner wiUi all you can eat. Big Platter of Catfish, French Fries, Onions, Hush Puppies, Cole Slaw, Bread Butter. Bring the family (No Substitutes, Please) SATURDAY SURF AND TURF NIGHT Salad Bar, A Tender Sirloin Steak and One Lobster Tail, with drawn Lemon Butter, Choice of Potato, Bread and Butter. SUNDAY OUR EVERY SUNDAY FEATURE 11] Ml a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Old Fashioned Chicken and Dumplings, Vegetable, Salad Bar, Bread and Butter. Treat Mother and the Kids Today After Church, SAVE 1335 Whilewall plus $2.16 F.E.T. and tire of( your car. * Goodyear short distance, controlled condition gas mileage tests show radial lires can add to your gas mileage. Test data available on request. SAVE $14.25 WHITEWALLSIZEDR78-14 Plus $2.40 F.E.T. and tire off your car. $ 64 SAVE $19.25 WHITEWAU.SIZEGR7S-15 Plus $3.05 F.E.T. and tire off your car. SAVE$19.85/ $20.35 WHITEVWU.SIZEHR78-14/15 Plus $3.15/$3.26 F.E.T.and tire off your car. SAVE $20.55 WHITEYMUSIZELR78-I5 Plus $3.60 F.E.T. and tire off your car. 5 WAYS TO CHARGE · Ow Own Customer Credit Plan · Majter Charge · BankAmericart · American EjprtttMenty Card · Carte Blmche S3.00 OFF WITH THIS COUPON BRAKE RELINE 3J95 Drum type, 4 wheels Regular Prlct $34,95 · Install adjust brake linings', oil 4 v/hccls. · Inspect master cy]., hoses. · Clean, inspect, repack iront wheel bearing:. · Add new fluid. · Includes Daisuiis, Toyotas, VW's. Jf needed: wheel cyls, $10.00 ea., drums urned $3,50 eo., front grease seals $5.25 pr., return springs $1 ea. OFFER ENDS JULY 14. 1974 ENG1NETUNE-UP '34 95 Includes VW's, Toyotas, Dalsun · NEW Plugs, Points, Condenser. Any 6 cyl. U.S. auto ,Add $4 for 8 cyl. cars- Add J2 for air-cond. autos LUBE AND OILCHANGE · Transmission, differential oil check · Complete chassis lube · Price Includes oil and labor · Please phone for an appointment '550 Limit 5 qts. of oil per customer. FRONT-END ALIGNMENT *|Q95 · Front-end inspection · Camber', caster, and toe-in sot. Host U.S., some foreign cars -- plus parts If needed. BERViGE STORES 104 N. Eost · Foyetteville ·442-6222 Mon. thru Fr?. 8:00-5:00--Sot. 8:00-4:00

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