Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 25, 1974 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs.. July 25, 1974 FAYETTEVILLI. AMKANSA* .Jiiiipiiiiiffliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiintiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Professional Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE · v Boston ^Baltimore ^Cleveland ..New York (Milwaukee East W L Pel 50 45 .526 49 45 .521 45 47 48 50 GB .516 .505 .495 .474 48 48 47 Del.'oit 45 West 55 41 .573 49 45 .521 47 47 .500 48 50 .490. 47 SO .485 California 39 59 .398 : Thursday's Games Baltimore at Cleveland, Oakland ' Chicago ! Kan City ' Texas i Minnesota Uvi-nrghl , Milwaukee al New York, N ' Boston at Detroit, N 5 Chicago at Texas, N ; Minnesota at Oakland, N Kansas City at California, N i Philaphia ! St. Louis Montreal ' Pittsburgh ) Chicago ;· New York NATIONAL LEAGUE East \V L Pel. 49 46 .516 46 49 -484 45 48 .484 45 49 .479 41 52 40 52 Wesl 63 34 5840 51 46 50 49 45 53 43 58 .441 .435 .649 .592 .526 .505 .459 ,,- - -- -426 Thursday's Games Philadelphia at Chicago Los Angeles Cincinnati Houston Atlanta San Fran San Diego GB 3 3 3 « 7 7',4 22 Spring Training Would Be Allowed A A A To Consider New Ruling IJTTLE ROCK (AP) Tlie Arkansas Activities Association consider a proposal al its a n n u a l meeting today that would allow spring practice for :iigh school football teams in Arkansas. The proposal is one of 24 on he agenda of the organization. AAA members will vote on the proposals by mail with the vote to be tabulated by mid-August. The proposal would allow spring football practice to begin on the Monday following the state track meet "with pads and for a m a x i m u m of 10 practices (one per day) except on Sunday as long as school is in session." David and heat! football coach at Mai give ble," the athlete.. .to advantage possible," bers. Alpe said are opposed Alpe, athletic director vern High School, is one of the supporters of the proposal. He said AAA rules on that subject are 30 years old. "My main point is in trying to help him every , Alpe said. "In a math class, if we could add a course to help a kid improve, we'd do it." Ho said he believed the proposal had a 50-50 chance of approval by the 500 AAA mem- the coaches that to the regulation 'either too danged lazy or they're already doing it." He said football practice August is limited. "This would give some kids a belter chance to play," he said "In the fall, the kids that haven't come two days of to the top pads, you aflei can't count on them playing in the first game. We've got to peak quick. We have to push a kic too quick. This would help vhere a kid's coming along a ittle late." He sold spring practice would allow a coach to "work on bas- c things." "There are some things in :hc spring that you've got to lave pads to teach them," he said. "It would be nice to work 10 days knowing you didn't have to get ready for a game. You can't take a fullback and experiment at guard or lake a guard and experiment at fullback in August." He said the lack of spring practice discriminates againsl football in a fashion. There are no restrictions on practices for track and basketball during the school year. Alpe confirmed that slates surrounding Arkansas permil spring football practice anc that Arkansas schools playing schools from' neighboring states ro t a disadvantage, par lieu- arly early in Hie season. He said the additional cost of nsuring players during the pring would be minimal and iiat the expense could be de- rayed by staging a spring game. Marshall To Be New Chicago Pilot Lockman Relinquishes Cubs Job ' San Francisco at Cincinnati, 12, twi-night Pittsburgh at Montreal, 3, ! twi-night ; New York at St. Louis, 2, twt- ;riight . Los Angeles at Houston, 2, twi-night s San Diego at Atlanta, N Coaches Golf Tournament Telecast Set : BELLA VISTA VILLAGE Highlights of t h e 1974 Na- Iliohal Football Coaches G o l f a journeyman 'major player who became a 'Tournament from Village will be Hot Springs telecast on KOAM-TV (Channel 7), Pilts- ·burg, Kan., on Sunday, July 28. i The one-hour sports special is scheduled for 1 PM (CDT), according to Lou Martin, vice CHICAGO (AP) -- Jim Marshall, eague successful minor league pilot, s the new manager of the Chicago Cubs. Marshall, 42, Cub third base coach, Wednesday was named to replace Whitey Lockman, who kicked himself upstairs for full-time duty as vice president In charge of player development. The somewhat surprising move was strictly the idea of Lockman, apparently unhappy in the role of field boss since he was tapped as successor to dismissed Leo Durocher on July 24, 1972. Marshall, Ihe American Association's manager of the year with the Cubs' Wichita farm club in 1972, thus steps in as boss in the midst of a Cub rebuilding year. After the Cubs' fifth place 1973 finish in the National League East race, angered owner Phil Wrigley ordered a house cleaning that sent packing such old 'guard retainers as pitcher Fergy Jenkins, third baseman Bon Santo, second baseman Glenn Beckert and Wednesday morning when I told Mr. Wrigley and (Executive Vice President) John Holland," said Lockman. "They ' concurred with my recommendation of Marshall, who now has had a halt season to get acquainted with the personnel and can do a fine job of managing. He will be his own man as manager." The name of Ernie Banks, Cub playing hero for 19 seasons a roving instructor and now not considered by Cul brass lo become Ihe first black major league manager. Vice President Holland .said "As far as I know, F,rnii doesn't care about beirrg a manager. He's doing right no« exactly what he wants in work ing with young players in ou: entire system." He said the wear and tear on equipment would be no more han that of schools in the play- iffs. He also said individual coaches could work around final tests an dthe closing of school and pointed out that final se- nester tesls fall during basketball season. The proposal is Ihe only one of Ihe 24 that did not receive a recommendation of some kind rom Ihe AAA's Executive Committee. Alpe was unsure whether that would be a plus or linus. , The Executive Committee gave favorable rccommcnda- .ions to proposals to expand the lumber of teams in the Class B ootball playoffs and to allow any ninth grade student to par- icipate in senior 'high school ilhlelics. The committee suggested rejection of proposals that would jermil reinstatement of stale junior high basketball tournaments and track meets: place first-round games of the various stale basketball tournaments out in the stale which', in turn, would reduce the numbei of teams coming to a centra point, and reclassify the slate's high schopls., . The proposal'dealing with the Class B football playoffs would allow the addition of two "wild card" teams to the six teams that earn playoff spots by winning their respective confer- nces. . · | Under current regulations, a lintli grader may participate jn a senior high school team if he senior high system is composed of grades 9-12. However, ninth grader cannot compete f the system is made' up of jades 10:12. Under the new roposal, the participation of any ninth grader would be allowed if approved by the administrators of both schools involved. Stale junior high baskelball ournanrienls, track meets and swimming and diving com. iclilion were eliminated last rear. The proposal to be con sidcred would allow reinstatement of all junior high aclivi- ies on a state level that the AAA formerly sponsored. Under the current provisions .3 teams qualify for the state mskelball lournament in AAA, AA and A and 32 teams qualify. Class B. The number of cams would be cut in half under a proposal calling for an elimination round at the area ir district level. Lamar Cole of Ihe AAA said ie was surprised Ihe proposal did not receive a favorable rec- TERMITES? CAU ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants, Spiders, etc. COMMERCIAL ft. RESIDENTIAL.' · 442-7298 mmendation. "The office staff felt, like it as good thing," he said. He said it would enable more ns to see first-round games id would reduce travel ex- enses. The proposal dealing with ^classification would create a ew division -- AAAAA -- and ould eliminate Class B. Cole aid passage of the rule would ean the larger Class A :hools would be playing with ie smaller AA schools and iat the' Class B teams would e competing against the small- r Class A teams. Another proposal, which did iceive a favorable recommen- ation, calls for approval of the evised AAA handbook. The major change in the the division of, probation in th« landbook is warning and penalty section. Under the: re£ vised section; a school could b£ warned but allowed to compete! for a championship. If placed" on probation, the school could compete in the regular season? but not for a championship. * "Under the other rules, yoif either.' had to do nothing or get;; " said. or less extreme." Cole "Now we have the in between." TRI-IAKES ANTENNA Sales end Serviea New * UIH! Antenna* Color · Btaek WhIU Bvxttri · T»wer« Frt* Eltlmatn 7S1-MK Wl-HST Shelfer for Farmers If you have e farm we'd like lo talk about insuring it. See your MFA Insurance Agent about complete farm protection . M87 No. College Fayetterllle Ph»n« 521-7117 president for programming. One of the nation's top sports celebrity classics, the 10th annual tournament was captured by Coach Ben Martin of the Air Force Academy. Martin posted a net score cf 151, two strokes better than Arkansas' Frank Broyles, a two-lime winner, The tournament, played at DeSoto Golf Course, June 9-11, attracled a national field of college head football coaches, leading sporlswrilers, conference commissioners and Bowl officials. The sportswriler division was won by John Bibb of the Nashville Tennessean; and t h e 'special guest winner was J o e Eason, president of the A s t r o Bluebonnet Bowl in Houston. catcher Randy Hundley. In his second full Cub season, Lockman had directed the Cubs to a current 41-52 record, seven games off the NL East pace at the All-Star game break. Lockman said Marshall was brought up from Wichita start this season as Cub third base coach at his recommendation as "the manager of the future for the Cubs-" "I had seriously thought quitting as manager for several weeks and I made up my mind Slow-Pitch Softball A men's slow-pitch Softball tournament, featuring teams from both the east and west leagues, will get into full swing with two games Saturday and (hen three games per night from Monday, July 29 through August 12. Mr. Burger, 16-1 in the west Lazenby-Fronlier 15-2 in the east, league, and Real Estate, are seeded number one and two respectively. T r a i l i n g M r . Burger are Whit Chevy, 13-4, Schlilz, 12-5, Georgetown, 10-7, Palace Drug. 8-9. Street Department, 7-10, University Baptist and Jug's Dairy Maids, each 6-11, Penney's. 4-13. a n d Police Department, 3-14. In Ihe east, Br'er Fran's is 14-4, Local 965 12-5, Standard Register 12-6. McDonald's and Dennis Home Furnishings each 8-10, Mist Signal Co. 7-11, SEC 6-12, Yamaha 5-13 and EPC 216. Upon (he completion of the double-elimination tournament, Walter Hagen Event Planned The Waller Hagen Invitational Pro-Am Golf Tournament, to be held Saturday, October 12, 1974, was announced today by golf Pro Dick Goelz, Slate Pro Chairman for the event. The tournament will be held at Maumelle Country Club, Maumelle, A r k . , Walter Hagen tournaments provide golfers an enjoyable program and a maximum opportunity to advance the cancer fight financially. Hagen, one of cancer's victims, demonstrated his value to the world through direct charitable action in his lifetime. His name continues to serve as the rallying point for golfers who are concerned with serving the best interest of society. The entry fee for the Handicap Tournament will be $50.00 per player, with the proceeds to go lo Ihe American Cancer Sociely. Each foursome will consist of three amateurs and one Pro. The winning foursome will have an opportunity to participate in the National Waller Hagen Tournament scheduled SdiHtz sponsor another tournament featuring four or five teams from each P'ayclle- ville league plus learns from Springdale, Fort Smith. Harrison, Bentonville and Paris. Hilton Head. December 7-8, at Sea Pines, South Carolina, 1974. Anyone interested in the tournament may contact Dick Goelz, Maumelle Country Club, telephone No. 851-2634, or American Cancer Society, kansas Division Office, Little Rock, 376-9554 for entry forms and additional information. Martin Pulls Upset WASHINGTON -- Billy Martin defeated ninth-seeded Raul Ramirez 6-2. 6-0 in the first round of the sixth annual Washington Star-News International Tennis Tournament. 6'/2% 7Vi% We nave a savings program and Interest rate to meet your needs, Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. 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