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July 25, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Clyde King Picked As New Atlanta Boss ATLANTA (AP) -- Clyde King, the new manager of the Atlanta Braves, says he doesn't expect problems with home run king Hank Aaron. King was named manager of the National League baseball club Wednesday only hours after Aaron said he woujd take the job if it were offered and expressed disappointment that the Braves' front office had not discussed it with him. "Hank is a man of stature, a Brave through and through after 20 years with the club,'' King said at a news conference called to introduce him as manager. "I know he will help me try to make this club win. He's ' that type person. "... I certainly don't think Hank is going to do or say anything to hurt himself, his team mates or me as mana'ger,' King said. "He has the pride and dedication to contribute ev ery ounce he can to helping us win--arid even get back into the pennant face." King said he would discuss the situation with Aaron, King replaced Eddie Math ews as the Brave pilot and in herited a club in fourth place ii the East Division,'14 games of the pace set by Los Angeles- Mathews was fired Sunda; after the Braves dropped foui straight at home to Pittsburgh and won only, one of their las seven 'games before the All-Sta break. · · King, manager of the San Francisco Giants in 1969 ant part of 1970, said his bigges problem right now is "rightin our club and to win, win, win- certainly not Hank Aaron. "I'm not naive enough not t know what our chances are a far back of the Dodgers as w are," Kin'g said. "But I don think we re out of the race. No yet." Aaron repeatedly had denie that he wanted to manage. Bu the all-time home run kin changed his stand Tuesda night at the All-Star game i Pittsburgh. The TIMES Is On Top .of The News Seven Days a Week! Jack, Lee And Tom Ranked As Favorites In Canadian Tourney In Football Mad Birmingham WFL Sees Dreams Come True PORT CREDIT, Ont. (AP) -- · ack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino, om Weiskopf and Australian Bruce Crampton ranked as the men to beat in the $200,000 Ca- adian Open Golf Tournament lat began today. They enjoyed that role, how- :ver, off last year's perform- :nces--not this year's. At this time last year--not or the season but at this tour- lament--that quartet had won 4 tournaments. Weiskopf. Nicklaus and Crampton had von four each, Trevino two. This year, they have a com-' ined victory total of two. Nickaus has won one. Trevino has von one. "I'm tired. I'm getting urned out," Trevino says. "Fate has been different to me this year," Crampton says, "I've had my ups and downs jefore," says Nicklaus- "It's lappened in other years. It's happening this year." Weiskopf doesn't like to talk about it, but a bad wrist has bothered him all season. And there's another factor ;hat contributes to their lack of success. The young guys. The big four all are over 30. Weiskopf is just over the mark. Nicklaus and Trevino are 34. Crampton is 38. Johnny Miller has won five times this year. Hubert Green has won three times and been second once. Jerry Heard went through one stretch where he finished first, second, then third in consecutive tournaments. He los in a playoff in another one. Tom Watson won the Western Open. He came close to win ning the U.S. Open and three others- Jolm Maharrey has been sec ond in three tournaments, thirc in another. Eddie Pierce has been "second in two. Ben Cren shaw has been second in two Forrest Fezler was second in the U.S. Open, lost in a playof the next week and, in the las 18 months, has been in position to win eight times. . "I have never seen anything like this," said veteran tourna ment director John Mont'gom ery. "The young ones are com ing on so strong." The young ones are coming on and the stars of just a yea ago are wondering what hap pened. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurt., July 25, 1974 « 7 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS Jacksonville can't kick .. . not enough, anyway. And Gary Davidson certainly -an't. Not after the World Foot- all League commissioner saw lis "action and entertainment" dream explode · into reality in ootball-mad Birmingham. The Sharks set a WFL record Wednesday night--not a hard eat considering the league's only a few weeks old--when hey kicked four field goals in the first half of their game against Southern California. Grant Guthrie booted three- pointers of 23, 29, 27 and 42 yards. It turned out to be three points too few--or perhaps the game turned out to be seven seconds too long for Jacksonville. On the last play of the game, r o o k i e quarterback Tony Adams from Utah State heavec 40-yard touchdown pass to 3avo Williams and the Sun ame up shining with a 22-13 ictory that shocked the 46,780 harks fans. In Wednesday night's other VFL games, the Birmingham \mericans clobbered Memphis 8-33, the Chicago Fire turned lack Portland 29-22 and the Florida Blazers beat Houston 5-3. The New York Stars are Beaver Level Beaver- Lake level stooi Thursday at 1121.09 feet above sea l e v e l , down .34 fron Wednesday. Engineers reportB' that one generator was b e i n f used. Game Site Changed ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The St Mais Cardinals said Wednes day their Aug. 18 Naliona Football League exhibition = ame against the San Diegi Chargers has been moved from Memphis, Tenn., to Seattle. ·Memphis sponsors requests last month that the game b :ransferred. It will be played the Cardinals said, in the Uni versify of Washington's Husky Stadium. Positions Reversed In a story listing Sunday': Motocross winners, the TIME! reported that Carla ^Eddy fin ished first and Debra Jone second in the powder puff diy: sion. The actual order ot finis' was just the opposite. Philadelphia tonight for the VFL's nationally televised iame against the Bell. AMERICANS 58, SOUTHMEN 33 As a WFL-record 61,319 fans .t Legion Field shrieked their iproval, veteran George Mira and rookie Malthey R e e d ot Grambling decimated Metn- )his' secondary with 378 aerial 'ards and five touchdown lasses--three to Alfred Jen- lins--to keep the Americans unbeaten. Mira threw 38 and 74-yard scoring strikes to Jenkins 'ant; one to Dennis Homan for 12 yards. In the third period, Mira Dowed out with a sprained ankle. FIRE Z9, STORM 22 Virgil Carter of the Fire had a hot night in the air, too. He threw touchdown passes of 5( yards to Mark Keller, one yarc to Cyril Finder and 69 yards to James Scott as Chicago took advantage of Storm mistakes to stay tied with Birmingham atop ic Central Division. "Diiinn, 22 points should be nough to win in football." umed Portland Coach Dick oury. "We gave up some heap touchdowns. Anytime ou make the mistakes we did and give up the big touchdowns, you can't win." EVEREST i JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS TO 10" RENTALS t SALES Fsyettsvllte Dr BLAZERS 15, TEXANS S Rookie running back Tommy Reamon rambled for 73 yards, 15 of them good for a touchdown, and caught an action- point pass in the Blazers' easy victory over the Texans, whose only points came on a 47-yard Charlie Durkee field goal. HOUSER TELEVISION AND STEREO Servicing Magnovox Television and Stereo Components for Northwest Arkansas. THE ONLY AUTHORIZED MAGNOVOX SERVICE CENTER 723 W. Sunset Springdale Phone 751-3921 Travelers Fall To San Antonio LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- San Antonio defeated Arkansas 3-2 in a Texas League baseball ;ame Wednesday night after t h e Brewers scored an unearned run in the seventh inning. The score was deadlocked 2-2 when Luis Isaac bit a one-out single to center field. Isaac then scored all the way from first on what looked like an inning-ending double play ball hit by Rob Belloir. But, the ball took a bad hop, sailed over second baseman Rudy Kinard's head, and when center fielder Larry Herndon threw it into the bleachers trying to get Isaac at third, Isaac continued on to score what proved to be the winning run. " LIFE BEGINS AT 40 AND IT'S ABSOLUTELY TRUE WHEN YOU SAVE AT FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS Just Imagine . . · If you are 25 years old and you save just 100.00 a month with us for fifteen years, without ever drawing it out . . . a total of 180 pay- men Is. 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