Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 18, 1974 · Page 11
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 18, 1974
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Broyles Says As Chicago Bounces Detroit 7-1 Wood Shows Great Stuff . . ^~jkk.^-^ * AL All-Star Pitchers These eight pitchers h a v e cago; John Miller, Detroit; land; Jim Hunter, Oakland; been named id the American Steve Busby, Kansas City; Luis Taint, Boston; M i k e League All-Star team. From Gaylord Perry, Cleveland. Cuellar, Baltimore. (AP Wire- left, top: Wilbur Wood, Chi- Bottom: Rollie Fingers, Oak- photo) _ Van Buren Pulls Upset Over College Club, 7-3 By MIKE G ASPEN Y : 01 the TIMES Staff The sneaky-fast pitching of Vestel Carter, a five run detonation in the second inning and a sluggish College Club offense helped Van Buren to upset Fay- David Burleson Paces FHS Swim Victory LITTLE ROCK,(AP) -- David Burleson won three individual races and swam on two winning relay teams to pace the Fayetteville swim team, to the state High School Boys championship Wednesday. Linda Frazier and Laura Miller led Little Rock Hall to the state t i t l e in the girls division. .. , '.'. Burldson won .the 50-yarc freestyle,: the 100-yard freestyle and tied the state record of 58.9 in winning the 100-yard back stroke. ·'·' Fayetteville piled up 85 points in winning its third straight state' title. North Little Rock Northeast had 31, Little Rock 27 and Little Rock Parkview 24. Miss Frazier and Miss Mille; won three races each and hot! participated on a winning relay team. Miss Frazier set state record: in the 200-yard freestyle, th 100-yard butterfly and the 400 yard freestyle. Little Rock Hall scored 9 points. Fayetteville was secon with 33 and Little Rock- Centra was third with 22. Blues Moke Trade ST. LOUIS -- The St. Lou! Blues sent defenseman Glen Patrick to the California Golde Seals on a National Hocke League trade for defensema Ron Serafini. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week I Play After All A r k a n s a s coach Frank Broyles said Wednesday that preliminary reports are good concerning the treatment Jerry Eckwood is undergoing in St. Louis for a back ailment... E c k . w o o d , the top-rated running -back .-from Brinkley; has signed to enter, the University of Arkansas here this fall'. He went to Barnes Hospital at · St. Louis last week for reatment of two slipped discs. Eckwopd has received en zyme injections, which Broyles said, sometimes allow the slipped discs to return lo their former positions. However, Broyles said, "Wi won't know if the treatment ii fully successful for a few day: yet." . - · · ' · · - : He said- Eckwood was sittinp up now. If the treatment :i successful, Eckwood could star playing football about Oct. .1 Broyles said. · · · "The reports are encouragin; so far, but it's still a-little earl: to reach any conclusions," h said. Eckwood was injured in touch football-game last mont at Little Rock. Doctors say tha was the final aggravation what probably was an old in jury. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wilbur Wood is a hot-and u mid-pitcher. "He had a great knucklcball ccause it was hot and humid," atcher Ed Herrmann said ifter Wood won his 15th game if, the season by pitching a hree-hitter Wednesday night in Chicago White Sox' 7-1 victory iver Detroit. . . "Don't ask me .why, but when t's h o t . and humid the ball TIMES, Thun., July 18, 1974 · Tl jreaks all over." At one point, Wood, who snapped a personal two-game .osing streak, retired 20 straight Tigers. The Oakland A's beat the Baltimore Orioles 2-0; Boston topped Kansas City 6-3; the California Angels topped the Cleveland Indians 7-5; the Minnesota Twins pounded the Milwaukee- Brewers. 10-5, and the Texas Rangers: Wanked -the Hubert Greene Heads Field For B. C. Open Golf Event ENDICOTT, N.Y. (AP) -- | In a pro am warmup to the Defending champion Hubert Green, the tour's No. 2 money winner this year, heads a field of 147 golfers in the B.C. Open golf tournament that begins today. ': . : : ··."·. ·.'· ' "'Qrqen,"" who shot an 18 under par 266-last'-year for the title, will battle most of-the tour regulars, including Bruce Crampton, Tommy Aaron, Frank Beard. Bobby Nichols and L e e Elder in ten $150,000 tourney. The 6,815-yard En Joie f -~ 1 F C l u b course in upstate New York has been toughened siigu- tly since last year ; according to tournament officials. Par is 71. Among those who qualified Monday for t h i s chase for a $30,000 first prize was B. R McLendon, who shot a five-under-par 05 at a nearby course In a pro am warmup lo t h tournament, local professional Richie Karl captured pro hon ors Wednesday . w i t h ' a G6, one shot ahead of Green. Tied with Green at 67.'.were.: Crampton Larry Ziegler.and Chi Chi Rod riguez. The four-day - tournament which concludes Sunday, U named after the comic stri] "B.C.", created by Endicott re sident Johnny Hart. A number of the pro tour': top names, including Jacl Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Bill; Casper and Lee Trevino, ar not competing. , Yankees 2-0 in other American eague games. A's 2, ORIOLES 0 Vida Blue, 10-9. scored his ighth victory in 12 games and Jakland won its fifth straight ,s Reggie Jackson scored on ilike Cuellar's wild pilch In the ixth inning and doubled home 5al Bando in the eighth. ThD loss; in the final meeting if Ihc season-series with the A's, which ended at 6-6, was ho Orioles' sixth in seven James. ' ' RED SOX 6, ROYALS 3 Boston moved to a Hi-game ead over second-place Baltimore in the East behind the six-hit pitching of Roger Moret Carl Yastrzcmski and Tomms Ffar-pcr hit leadoff homers ii the fourth and f i f t h innings, re spectively. ANGELS 7, INDIANS 5 Lee Stanton singled in two runs in a four-round eighth TERMITES? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ante, Spiden, etc. COMMERCIAL * . RESIDENTIAL. · 442-7298 tming and then singled In two lore in a thiee -run ninth as 'alifornia overcame from a 5-0 eficit. His single in the ninth ame after Paul Schaal singled n the lying run. The Indians fell two games }clund Boston. TWINS 10, BREWERS 5 Bobby Darwin c a m e back rom three games on the bench o hit a three-run homer, his 2th; a bases-empty homer", a riple and a single in helping lie Twins win for the ninth ime in 12 games. His 12 total ases tied a club record. Milwaukee third baseman }on Money committed an error on a grounder in the first in- ling, ending his major league single-season record for error- 'ess games at 86. 605 8. School EXTRA HEAVY DUTV BATTERIES teviUe . in a surprise 7-3 merican Legion victory las ght. ·· ·. Carter's stingy performanci ancelled a brilliant relief effor v Lawson Osburn who .allowec ily one hit and whiffed tei alters ' in 5 2-3rds innings sburn took- the ball f r o m arter Bobby Stephens, who o r m a 11 y plays shortstop uring' the second inning. Va Juren did not dent the plate lereafter. The visitors scored twice i he first off Stephens- Then, i ie disastrous second, - Va :uien parlayed 'two Stephen ralks, three College Club error nd three base hits-into fiv allies'. -Jerry Valentine's line ff centerfielder"-.Shelby Sizf more's glove, a double "off th op bar of the left field fenc y Kerry Holder and Chr jovelady's squeeze bunt wer he crucial safeties for Van Juren in the second. After Janny Martin's run-scoring s i n g l e , Osburn assumed esponsibility from Stephens ind quelled the riot. College Club /seemed bent on recouping its losses in the third. With two out, four consecutive Jngles'and' adept baserunning !arnered three runs. : J a c k i e 3avis, Larry Atha and Rick (arnbach all slashed singles, :he latter .scoring Davis, Then Stephens proceeded to ground a hit through the hole into left ield, chasing home Atha and Karnbach, College Club did not register another run. Vestel Carter, who scattered nine hits and fanned seven, had ,he home team slinging , its batting helmets in frustration by the end of the game. After the third inning, a double by fireman Osburn, whom Carter promptly picked off second, and a single by the irrepressible Karnbach were the only College Club hits. Van Buren swept its eleventh game in a row while College Club lost its second in four days. Despite the loss, Fayette- viUe's record is an imposing 278. The College Clubbers face Rogers.Friday ntght at American Legion Field in their final game before.the district tournament to be held next week at Springdale. Time Runs Out On Four WFL Teams: Hawaiians, Sharks, Detroit Wheels And NY Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Although the clock told a different story, time ran out on the Hawaiians, Jacksonville Sharks Detroit Wheels and New York Stars Wednesday night. As a result, all four suffered World Football League losses^ -- The Hawaiians, losing 23-0 after three periods, scored 31 points' in the fourth quarter Wednesday night but wound up 38-31 losers to the Southern California Sun at Anaheim. ' -- Chicago's Chuck Ramsey kicked a 20-yard field goal with six seconds remaining lo give the Fire a 25-32 triumph!) over theSharks. -- Florida's Tommy Reamon scored on a five-yard run with 1:37 remaining, then the Dlazers stopped Detroit on the one-yard line with 10 seconds left to save an 18-14 decision over the Wheels at Ypsilanti, Mich. -- And in New York, Birmingham quarterback Geor, Mira connected with wi receiver Dennis Homan for 73-yard touchdown with 2:15 left, then the Stars missed a 35-yard field goal with 36 seconds remaining and lost 32 29 to the Americans after - leading 29-3 at halflime. In Wednesday night's other WFL game, the Houston Texans blanked the Philadelphia Bel 11-0. The Portland Storm visits the Memphis Southmen in tonight's nationally televised , game.--'..''. · · · ' ·-. Attendance was lower m .' league's second week of compe u tition. Last week's blockbustc X figure's of 188,978 for five Wed I nesday night games far ex · ceeded this past Wednesday J 11»,187. But the seating capaclt s less than 25,000 at New fork's Downing Stadium and Michigan's Rynearson Stadium. SUN 38, HAWAIIANS 31 'We didn't lose," said lawaiians' Coach Mike Gidings after his club's second oss. "We just ran out of time." un quarterback Tony Adams lassed for one touchdown and an for two others to spark the southern California triumph vitnessed by 32,008. FIRE 25, SHARKS 22 . Chicago quarterback Virgil Carter started the game- vinning drive from his own six ( ard line, hitting Don Bur- hfield for 25 yards and Luther 'aimer twice for a total of 35 efore Ramsey's kick. Mark Kellar scored twice and foe Womack once for the Fire, 2-0. Ricky Lake scored twice and Bubba Thornton once for Jacksonville, 1-1, as 29,308 vatched. ' BLAZERS 18, 'WirEET.S 1 Florida raised Us record to 2-0 and dropped Detroit to 0-2 when Reamon capped an 82- yard, 18-play drive before 10,631. The Wheels had two chances from the one-yard line in the last seconds. AMERICANS 32, STARS 29 Mira unloaded three touchdown passes and scored one tiimself for the Americans in Ihe second half. The Stars, 0-2, had exploded for 315 yards' in the first half. The attendance was 17,934. ' TEXANS 11, BELL 0. Houston cornerback Daryl Johnson returned an intercepted pass 57 yards for a score nnd Charlie Durkee kicked a 28-yard field goal' for Houston, 1-1, in a game witnessed by 26,227 at the Astrodome. Philadelphia dropped to 1-1. Grand Opening SALE SAVE NOW AT OUR UNI-ROY-AL Sale Starts July 15th and Ends July 25th. You don't have to be present to win. Just come in and register. Free Rand-McNoJIy Atlas to AH Licensed Drivers. 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