Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 11, 1974 · Page 15
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 11, 1974
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17th Hole Prevents A 66 Player Shares Open Lead LYTHAM ST. ANNE'S. Eng-l land (AP) -- Gary Player has been warned. "I thought I was going to shoot a GO, but that 17lh hole is a monster," said the liltle man in black from South Africa Wednesday after contenting himself with a two-under-par 69 that gave him a share ol the lead after the first round of the British Open Golf Tournament "IF you miss the fairway, you 'are_in a terrible position be- cause you don't know where to go." Tlie Soulh African was tied going into today's round with virtually unknown British golfer John Morgan, who put together three birdies in a row to tie the reigning Masters champion. One stroke behind were Player's compatriot Bobby Cole and Danny Edwards, a former Walker Cup player from Edmond, Okla. Player, who doubled-hogeyed the hole after ringing in three deuces on the outgoing nine holes, is not the only golfer who will be wary from iiow on of the 17th, and also the 15th holes at the old Royal Lylham and St. Anne's course. Johnny Miller, who was in a four-way tie at 72.- admitted to a tactical error during play on the wind-swept two holes Wednesday, saying he should have played the. two par-four holes as if they were par fives. "With the wind in your face, BUNKER SHOT . . . Gary Player Ms out of a bun/cer at the 15th in Wednesday's. British Open round. Player'currently shares the lead with John Morgan, both at 69. College Ail-Star Game Cancelled EVANSTON, III. (AP) Dyche Stadium, field which was the practice . headquarters for the College All-Star football ·'! team, was a deserted arena to- « d a y , ' a n d the Chicago Tribune - Charities were bereft of per;' haps $200,000 after Wednesday's ; unprecedented cancellation of - the anual game, which had - been scheduled for July 26. ; The 41st annual College All. ·; Star Game became the first ·" casualty of the National Football League Players' Association ; strike Wednesday when · the Tribune canceled the con-. test against the Super Bowl : champion Miami Dolphins. The ; move. came : two days after the " ·· 47 collegians, in a' close vote. decided not to play the game unless it was given some sort of '·'· dispensation by the NFL union ' andclub owners. I Bill Curry, NFLPA president, ; told" t h e ' Tribune his group I. could riot meet this demand · after the NFL management indicated the game could be of Southern California Wednesday noon canceled a scheduled mid-afternoon workout, the first since the All-Stars arrived Sunday, apparently forewarned the decision to cancel the game was imminent. Guard Mark Markevich of Penn State, a San Diego Charger draftee, asked a question on the minds of several players. "I'm. very disappointed. But how come a decision to cancel was made so early? Why,, if charity is such a worthy caused couldn't the sponsor let this blow over for a few more days?" According to the sponsoring Tribune Charities, it had picked up the tab for transportation of more than 60 players and coaching staff members, plus room and board for three days, without 'any assurance of practice until the game or that it would lie played. It also provided final ex- LeeTrevino · Golf; Needs Rest · LYTHAM ST. ANNE'S, Eng- and (AP) --'Golf is no longer a laugh-: and a ' l a r k for happy- go lucky.;I^ee Trevino. "I'm tired of it," says the garrulous goiter from El Paso, Tex., who brought entertainment to .millions with his light approach to a game he played so brilliantly.. . . . "Nothing would please ' m e more than to take two years off," he said. Trevino made his remarks after shooting a 79 in the first round of the British Open--a score that left "him 10 strokes off the pace and virtually eliminated him as a title factor. "I missed putt after putt of around three feet," he said. "I three-putted from 15 feet. I just don't like to play any more." Trevino said he Used to hit 1,0(10 balls a day in practice. "I don'fc hit any now," he said. "I can't stand; it." .-· Trevino came here at the last minute to play in the Open and told · everybody it was ... his s t r a t e/B y--that he always played better without advance preparation. What he meant to say was he couldn't go through the torture of preliminary practice rounds. Trevino . used . to regale his t h e y a r e definitely p a r fives," Miller said. "Par is rela live. I should just content my self with being patient and play them as fives." Miller and Tom Wciskopf who also had a 72 along will Liang Luan Lu of Taiwan/ am Scotish golfer David Chillas were one stroke back of thre players who were lied at 71-Hubert Green, Peter Oosterhui and Irshman John O'Leary. "The wind did a complcli change from what we had seel during the last week," sail Jack Nicklaus after posting 74. "It turned southwesterl and it was an entirely new gol course for me." Lee Trevino, just about pi I himself out of contention wit I and eight-over-par 79. Ticket Sales Down DALLAS (AP) - The Dallas owboys of the National Foot- ill League say season ticket cncAvals arc down about 10 per enl. The Cowboys sold 33,470 sea- son tickets last year, but are currently in the 28,000 range. There has been a drop for Dallas' traditional preseason opener--the Salesmanship Club game. The Cowboys will play the Houston Oilers this year Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., July 11, 1974 "·' FAYETTIVILLE, ARKANSAS . 15 and sales have reached only . Last year Dallas played New Orleans and sales stood at 23,000 over a similar period. KEN'S PIZZA RESERVE NOTE $1.00 OFF WITH PURCHASE OF ANY 15" PIZZA Not Good On Delivery OrCorryOut UOOMABU AT 409 West Dickson VOID WITH ANY OTHER PROMOTION KEN'S PIZZA DOLLAR played without tiations. Most of the stunned when affecting nego- All-Stars were neiws of the . game's cancellation reached '.. them in informal workouts out- ·; side Northwestern University's · Dyche Stadium late Wednesday * afternoon. Many apparently .'· had believed an agreement ' could be worked out. ·' . All-Star Coach John McKay Foreman Bout Will Be Last For Ali Fight DEER LAKF,, Pa. (AP) -Muhammad 23 bout AH says his Sept. Zaire with heavy- All weight champion George Fore'. man will be his last fight. ', The Louisville Courier-Jour: nal, in a copyrighted story in ; its Thursday editions, gives as .: All's main reasons for quitting his desire to retire as a champ, · his age and his religion. "This is my last fight," said;* ', The last, win or lose? "Yup. But I ain't gonna lose." Six weeks ago in Louisville, AH said he would fight after the Foreman bout. But in interviews at his training camp here over the past three days, the newspaper said, Ali repeatedly stressed his decision to quit after the September fight. penses, including $75 incidental money per player and return transportation to the' All-Stars' homes or pro training camps. The Tribune Charities--NFL contract provides for temporary interruption due to uncontrollable events, including a strike. Tribune Sports Editor Copper Hollow, president of Tribune Charities, said the contract automatically carries over for next year. Still hanging was the player union promise of $100,000, if the, game was canceled, to match half of last season's Tribune Charity receipts of more than $200.000. . After the game was canceled. Curry said he did not know where the union would get the money, but that it would be f^ound. Hollow said: "The 41st renewal of the game, which has produced 53.2 million for Chicago's underprivileged children, now is scheduled for 1975." Shortly after the game was canceled, most All-Stars were friends with 'tales of how he once played for hamburger money by hitting the hall with a taped-up soda bottle." In recent months, they have noticed a change in Trevino's personality. He became less accessible. Sometimes he would drive a trailer up beside the golf course and never go in a locker room. He fled the course in his spiked shoes. He didn't want to see anybody. -"' ' ' · · "····'' What Trevino craves is privacy. ' ; "I can't take my wife to a pub for a' drink or to a restaurant without being, bothered," tie said. "I am just sticking rhy knife and fork into a steak when somebody comes up and asks me if I'm Lee Trevino. "They ask me how Jack Nicklaus' game is. They want to know what's wrong with Arnold Palmer and what I think of young players." Everybody thought Trevino was having a ball when they surrounded him, patted him on his back, bought him a beer and laughed at his jokes. They didn't k n o w ' h e was -dying inside. . . ' · · . · en route to their pro club training camps where they face the same union picket lines they elected to honor the Dyche Sta diurn, Lee Collects Junior Title HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) -Louis Lee of Hebcr Springs rolled in a six-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to capture the Arkansas State Golf Association unior championship Wednesday. Lee finishd one shot ahead of John Juvenal of North Little Sock. Juvenal, who started the final day one shot ahead of Lee, also birdied the final hole. Lee opened up a two-shot lead with a birdie at No. 15, but Juvenal cut the margin to one when Lee three-putted No. 17. Lee's final-round 71 gave him a 215 total. Lee hit all 18 greens, but three putted four times. · Lee recently signed a golf scholarship with Louisiana State University. His brother, Stan, a former state amateur champion, plays No. 1 at LSU. Hopk'ns Purchased LOS ANGELES (AP) -- First baseman-catcher Gail' Hopkins, hitting .310 for H a w a i i in the Pacific Coast League, was purchased Wednesday by the Los Angeles Dodgers. Hopkins, 31, will he in lint form when the Dodgers open a home' stand against the New York Mets on Friday night, vice president Al Campanis said.'Hopkins will be used primarily as a pinch hitler. VAUGHNS BATTERY M mw'lMZP Ml *, tcbMI IXTftA HIAVY BUTV ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS BUFFET Both Noon and Evening Bring the family] Child's Plate Only $1.35. 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