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Hogs Have Few Seats Remaining Â·The University of Arkansas' assistant athletic director says only end zone seals had not been sold for the Arkansas- Southern Cat football game in Little Rock Sept. 14 as of Tuesday, said Wilson Matthews, the University of Arkansas' assistant athletic director. : Matthews said the end zone Â· seats were reserved and selling . well at $5 each. He said officials were very close to running out of sideline .seats for the Oklahoma State . game in Little Rock on Sept. '.' 21. ASU Stadium To Be Ready JONESBORO, Ark, (AP) Officials at Arkansas State Uni- Â· versity . said Tuesday that they Â·had been told that 13,000 seats ; in their new football stadium , would be ready when the ASU " Indians open their football sea so against Louisiana Tech Sept. Z8. The stadium is to seat 16 000 persons. Â· Several weeks ago, Harmon Construction Co., the genera! Â· contractor, said only the two lower decks containing 11,000 Â«eats would be ready for the first football game. Harmon said T u e s d a y though, that an additional tw Â· sections of the second deck am , ftie pressbox also would be ready by kickoff time. Don Floyd, ASU athletic di 'rector, said the playing fielc was covered with grass am Â· should be in nearly perfect con ditioh for the home opener. ~ Wastes No Time X Sixteen-year-old Robin Pearo ot Fayetteville won the IR-and -;Â· under division of a girls tennis ~ tournament at Bella Vista Sun ':-.-Â· day, defeating Kathy Treadway i : of Bentonville 6-1, 6-3 in thi C final match. Â·Â·i; The victory was especially .; impressive in light of the fac Â·Â·Â».Â· that; Miss Pearce took up the V- sport less than two months ago Mcllroy Bank Members of the Mcllroy Bank Little League team are (kneeling, left (o right) James Wll- kins, Lynn Woodruff, Paige Koetter, Damon Watford, John Slamons, Johnny Faulkner, Mark Fairman and Curtis Holt; standing, from left: assistant Marvin Fail man, Mike Wilklns, Ken Young, Robert Shelley, Joey Sniifh, Greg Ogden, Kevin Evans, Je(f Fairuian and Coach Ken Young. Kiwanis Football Regislralion Set The B'ayetteville Kiwanis Club's annual "Kids Day" football games, for boys entering the third through sixth grades this fall, will be played August 16 at Harmon Field. Player registration forms are available at the Youth.Center, according to Thurl Copeland, chairman of the event. Physical exams will be given and equipment issued August 6 at the Center. Third grade players are asked to report for physicals at 4 p.m., fourth graders at 4:15, (i(th graders at 4:30 and.sixth graders at 4:45. Slow-Pitch Softball Men's slow pitch soflball continued Tuesday evening at Asbell Field with three games on the schedule. Penney's defeated University Baptist 9-4 as Dan Yowell became the winning pitcher and Walter Cox the loser. Cox produced three RBIs for the Baptists while Rick Murphy and Rob Featherston harl three each for Penney's. Jug's Dairy Maids clipped Palace Drug 14-7. Brail Jenkins was the winning pitcher and Ted Kennedy the loser. Ted Kennedy and Dog Stotts had two . RBIs each for Palace. James Logan had three RBIs for Jug's while William Bryant scored three runs. Local Golfer Ranks Third EL DORADO. Ark. CAP) -Defending champion Tana Le of Fort Smith kept her lead i the Arkansas State Junior Gi:" Golf Tournament Tuesday firing a second round 89. She had an opening roiii score of 94 for a total of 183 the El Dorado Golf and Count Club. NorlhwÂ«Â«t ArkanMi TIMES, Wed., July 24, 1974 Â· 17 Little League Playoff Games iniiiiiiiniiuiiiiiiNiiiiiininiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiini Little League action continued londay evening at Walker ield with (lie league cham- ionshtp contest decided. Cravens' won their way into IB finals by defeating Seven Up 9-5. Stuart Herbert was the finning pitcher and helped irnself with a key double, telley Sharp was the loser, eammales Lee Slusarek and andall Boudrey doubled (or even Up. Holsum Bieai) bombed War- er Cable 17-3. Jerry Shackle- ord was the winning pitcher nd Soctt Thibodeaux was the oser. Aaron Clark bunged a air of doubles for Holsum vhile Travis Triimbo and Bruce irmstrong doubled (or Warner. The championship game is set or Thursday evening at Walker ark beginning at 7:30. Braves Name Clyde King PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Clyde King was named interim man agcr of the Atlanta Braves - o d a y , replacing Eddie Ualhews, who was fired last Sunday. King, 50, has been a special assistant to Braves Vice President Eddie Robinson since November, 1972. King formerly managed the San Francisco Giants. He led the Giants to a second-place finish in 1909, but was fired on May 23 ,1970, when the Giants got off to a slow start. The announcement was made both in Pittsburgh, site of Tuesday night's All-Star Game, and n Atlanta. In a statement released through the Braves here, Robinson said that King FAVETTIVIILI, ARKANSAS Junior Golf Winners Announced Mrs. Lee Kiiby. president of the Junior Golf Association of the Fayeltevllle Country Club, has anounccd winners for the second section ot summer play. Boys 18-hole championship flight: Scott Stanberiy. Nicky Gyles, Bobby Davis; A flight: Hal Douglas, Stuart Rosso, Mike Taylor. Boys 9-hole A flight: Bill Murry, Kevin Renner, Kent Slarr, Tyler Trumo; B flight: Ricky Rosso, Trent Triimbo, Jay Trumbo: C flight: David Mix, Rawleigh Rails, Travis Witte. Jeff Cole, Greg McKenzie Jeff Alton, Stephen Day, Tim Taylor. Boys Shole A flight: Randy Fitzgerald, Tim Owens, Bonner Fulemvidor; B (light: Robbie Armstrong, Karl Lynch, Jonathan Gross; boys 4-holc (light: Cody Gramtner, Rich Williamson, Brian Cole. Girls 9-liole A (light: Gail Davis, Nancy Glower, Karen Rosso: B flight: Helen Hudson, Cheri Lee, Debbie Douglas; C (light: Susan Pcarce, Caren Talbol, Betsy Segers. Girls 6-hole A (light: Judy Gyles, Jana Howell, Carolyn Trumbo; B flight: Melissa Melton, Sarah Home. Holly Hunnl- cult; girls 4-hole (light: Holly Hunnicutt, Susan Whiteside, Sandra Christy. Barlow of North Little Rock" with a 194 total after her second round 100. Lucy AIcNair of Fayetteville was'third with a total of 197. She. shot a second round 55. Leigh Bilger was fourth Â· with a second round 102 for a total of I99.V anyone else. I feel he's the logical one to take over and guide and evaluate our team (or the remainder of the season." 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