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S · NortWwt Arkansas TIMES, Friday, July 26, 1974 ; . FAVETTEVILLC. ARKANSAS Trophy Winners These Fayelteville golfers recently brought back e i g h t trophies from the Arkansas Girls Golf Association Tournament at El Dorado. Pictured (left to right) are Debbie Douglas, Gnil Davis, L u c y McNair, Marie Clinton, Helen Hudson, Caren Talhot, Clicrie Lee and (seated) Susan Pearce. Miss McNnlr placed (hird in the 18-hole champion- ship flight, and combined with Miss Davis to win t h e Dumas Team Trophy. It was Ihc first time a FayettevilLe twosome has won the trophy in the 18 years of the (onrnii- inent. Miss Douglas won the ·low-pults prize in the 6-hoIe flight; Miss Clinton placed first in the 9-hole B flight; Miss Hudson was first in the 6-hole A flight and also w o n the driving contest in her division. Miss Talbot and Miss Pearce finished first and second respectively in the 6-hole B flight, and Miss Lee w a s third in the 9-hole A flight. Mrs. Gene Hudson, new Junior State Chairman, announced thul the 1975 tournament will he held in Fayetteville. (TIMESphoto by R a y Gray) StarsTake First Win · PHILADELPHIA (AP) -'- The New York Stars' victory ' over the Philadelphia Bell . Thursday night was a snap. But :! that doesn't mean it was easy. : Larry Butler went into the ·'game as a guard for the Stars. '- At the end of the game he was " the center, and the hero. ' With less than four minutes . gone in the fourth quarter, Moses Lajlerman booted a 40, yard soccer-style field goal to · give the Stars their first World " Football League victory, a 17-15 decision over the Bell in a . tionally televised game. "It was my first snap of the .season," said Butler, who ; moved from guard to center when Bob Kuziel was injured in the second half. "I was confident that I could get it " through, but it was a real bad ·'- snap." !* Lajterman agreed, but the · Argentine kicker f r o m Mont,; clair Slate (N.J.) College still · t managed to put it through the ·* cross bars. : - "It was a bad snap, but it .' went through," said Lajterman, College Club Aided By Rain Versus Siloam £ A hard rain cleansed Fayette- ·Iv'lle College Club of a 3-1 t.jleficit to Siloam Springs can- "cellirfg last night's Districl American Legion Tournamen ;-game after two innings ai vSpringdale's Jaycee Stadium. ;* With lightning forks splitting -{the sky, Fayelteville, thi 5,visiting team, scored once ii L ithe first on singles to right bj 'Sandy Porter and Shelby Size ·Tiiore and Larry Atba's double Sliced off the left field fence ;Rick Karnback walked on a 3- 'pount to load the bases,, bu ;S!i l o a m righthander Bobb; "Leach inveigled Bob Stephens ."who had homered in an iden Hicai situation two night .earlier, to pop up and Mark .Prenger to strike out. .- · In the bottom of the first CBriDn Holt, the normally ef ^ffcctivo College Club starter ^suffered a storm before rail ;soaked the infield. Holt allowed 'two-out singles to Leach an ;.jpe Huss. Then, Jerry Jennison Siloam second baseman, line a home run over the left fiel 'fence. Holt whiffed Tod "Jackson to close the inning an later vengefully fanned the ^·Siloam side in the second. ^College Club had stranded two runners in the top of the second. Rein began to lash the field before the start of the third jnning, and the game was baited. Twenty minutes later, the contest was officially post- "poned, nullifying Jennison's ·homer and the 3-1 Siloam lead. ; The contestants begin anew vhose boot culminized a 50- -ard drive in 11 plays. . Philadelphia, now 1-2, muffed wo last : ditch chances to win efore the record WFL home- own crowd of 64,719. A 36-yard ield goal attempt .by Jack Sim- :sak with 2:12 remaining went iff to the right, and;a 2S-yarder y George Chatlos -with one lecond on the clock was wide to he left. Philadelphia took an 8-0 lead n the first quarter on an r ard King Corcoran pass "laude Mint. New 18- to Watts and an action York, also 1-2, "closed the gap midway in the secon period when . Dave Richard bolted over from the one-yar line. Two plays earlier, the 18E pound running back pulled in 40-yard deflected pass from quarterback. Tom. Sherman be fore being tackled on just sbor of the goal line. The .Stars" made it 14-7 a halftime on a one-yard dive b Bob Gladieux after Sherma set the play lip with a 20-yar pass to Al Young. But Philadelphia regained th lead, 15-14, at 5:51 of the thir period on a nine-yard TD pas from Corcoran to LeVell Hill. Bear, Packer Pickets Arrested At Contest cheered the pickets and a deputy police chief expressed ·egret Thursday as 21 players vere taken into custody after ·efusing to halt a demonstra- ion in support of. the National Football League strike. · ; ' The pickets, most of them reen Bay Packers and Chicago Bears, were freed on bond after strolling to police vans, led by player Ken Bowman and a deputy police 'chief, Harolc Compton, with whom, he walked arm-in-arm. .... .... ' Compton called, himself a fan who disliked' making the arrests. He gave Bowman, a practicing attorney, an opportunity to discuss legal , issues with pickets before making the arrests as fans -streamed pasi to a Bears-Packers charity scrimmage staged mostly by rookies and free -agents. ''Rookies' converted two pass interceptions iiito touchdowns as the Packers won 17-0. dies tcr Marco!, one of three Packer regulars who crossed pieke 1 lines, added a field goal. In the Lambeau Field park ing lot, spectators cheered the piekels and voiced objections to the arrests. The Packer Corp. had obtain ed a court order against the picketing, and Bowman's dem cnstrators a 2-1 mar gin to ignore it. Green Bay coach and genera manager Dan Devine said hi was not immediately aware his dissident players were being arrested, and said he didn' care to discuss it. "I am a football coach," he said. "There was a group o ine young- men who played emarkable game. They de erve to be talked about." The arrested pickets include lowman and Mac Perciva ilayer representatives for tl at 6:30 tonight, to be fqllovm by the Harrison-Rogers tilt also washed away. The second game features two teams who have each incurred a loss in the double elimination tournamen and will be clawing fo rcon tinued participation. For the time being, both Fayetteville and Siloam r e m a i n in the winnei's bracket. THE DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. m 'ackers y. and Bears respectiv Wise Out For Season BOSTON (AP) -- Boston Re iox pitcher Rick Wise sa Thursday a persistent shoulde injury may keep him out f :he rest of the season. Wi. missed Thursday night's gam against'the Detroit Tigers b cause of the pain in his rig shoulder, physician cium deposit. which a diagnosed St. Lou as a ca 1st Round Choice AMHARST, Mass. The . New England CAP) Patriot first-round dratf choise staye off the practice field Thursda and Chuck CEhSHRDLUFWY and Coach Chuck Fairban said, he does not know whi Steve Corbett will be ready Play. Jenkins Fires Rangers Past Chicago Sox By KEN RAPPOPORT AP Sporls Writer You've really got .to have AAA Proposed Could Pass mething up your at Wilbur Wood. Ferguson Jenkins exas Rangers dealt sleeve to of his the lursday night -- a curve ball at dropped off the table. "My curve was excellent and at was the pitch that got me u,t of a lot of jams," Jenkins oted after whipping Wood and e Chicago White Sox 4-1 with seven-hitter."It was a strange ame for me in in a way. Nor- ally I throw at least 20 sliders game. "But I threw almost all cures and fastballs. I threw only couple of chaiigeups and sli- ers toni'ght." In the other American eague games, the New York ankees beat the Milwaukee rewers 1-0; the Boston Red ox routed the Detroit Tigers 4; the Cleveland Indians beat 3 Baltimore Orioles twice, 8-7 nd 5-4 in 13'innings; the Oak- nd A's trimmed the Min- esota Trans 5-1 and the Kanas City Royals nipped the Cali- irnia Angels. Yankees I, Brewers 0 Bobby Murcer singled home run in the first inning and eorge. "Doc" Medich pro- ected it with a five-hitter for is fifth consecutive complete- ame victory as New York beat Milwaukee. Red Sox 12, Tigers 4 Rico Pelrocelli, Carl Yastr- emski and Tommy H a r p e r lasted home runs, helping Boson rout Detroit. .The .Red Sox iddled Mickey Lolich for 11 iits and eight runs in the first hree innings to hand the Ti- ;ers their 14th loss in 16 games. Indians 8-5, Orioles 7-4 John Lowehstein's t\vo - run double in ning and LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A proposal to. allow Arkansas high school football teams to practice in pads for 10 days in the spring caused little discussion by school administrators Thursday. The proposal is to be voted on by'· school' officials representing about 500 Arkansas Activities Association members. It was one of 24 handled matters at a four-run, fifth in- Dave Duncan's two- run homer led Cleveland over Jaltirnore in the first game of h e i r doubleheader. Tom HcCraw's bases-loaded. . single n the last of the 13th inning :apped a two-run rally, giving Cleveland the second game. A's 5, Twins I Vida Blue pitched a three-hit- and Sal Bando hree runs with a drove pair of lomers,- leading Oakland over Minnesota. Royals 2, Angels 1 Jim Wohlford's . run-scoring ingle in the eighth inning gave Kansas City its victory over California. John Mayberry iperied" with a single and Tony iolaita drew a walk- off Nolan lyan. Kurt Bevacqua ran for Vlayberry, but was forced at a bouncer by Vada ' hird on 3 inson. Wohlford then sin'gled to left :o chase home Solaita with the Royals' winning run. Notre Dame Regulars Put On Probation SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) -A disappointed Ara Parseghian has conceded that six of-his key football players have been dismissed from the .University, of Notre Dame for one ; , year for violating school rules. Parseghian, coach of the defending national champions, told The Associated Press Thursday:.. "It's a great/disappointment, ' one ' o f those things that happens, and we'll just have to set it behind us." Parseghian responded to an AP story that six players, including four from the heart of the.Irish defensive unit, would be out of school for at least one year because of a .university suspension," he said.. The South'Bend Tribune reported Thursday the matter involved a complaint by an unidentified 18-year-old woman who alleged she .had been raped. County Prosecutor William E. Voor Jr., said six Notre'Dame football players were' under, investigation: : . No charges have been filed. An Irish teammate identified the dismissed students as safe- t y ' L u t h e r -'Bradley, ' Muncie, Ind.; defensive end Russ Browner, Warren, Ohio; kick return specialist, .Al Hunter, Greenville, N.C.; defensive end Willie Fry, Memphis; Tenn.; defensive halfback Roy Henry, New Orleans, and Dan Knott, a halfback from Chowchillar Calif. , All are sophomores, and,'' except for''Henry and : Knottj'were' likely starters this fall; 'None of 'the,-, six could be reached for comment. Voor said the alleged rape occurred July ,3 in a campus dormitory occupied by football players. · " Parseghian said the dismissals were related to a violation of dormitory rules. The Tribune quoted V o o r - a s routinely an AAA meeting attended by more than 100 administrators. The 24 proposals will be on a mail ballot with the vote tabulation expected in mid-August. Jerry Hall of the AAA said the lack of discussion indicated the administrators' confidence in the AAA's Executive Committee. The committee attachec recommendations to all of t h e proposals except the 'one con corning spring practice. One administrator asked Lee Cassady, executive director pi the AAA.. why the committee had not taken a position on the proposal. "This is a new generation q! coaches," Cassady- said. "1 you want spring practice, we'I leave that up to you." Cassady said after the meet ing he wasn't sure how the pro posal,would fare- "I'm not sun the coaches are in the majority on this," he said. "It depends on how good a selling job the coaches do on the administrators," added Ros Liltletield of Dell, president o the Executive Committee. "I tlie coaches had, been here in stead of the administrator; there ' would have been some discussion." · . The proposal would allov spring football practice to begi on the Monday following tli state track meet "with pad and for a maximum of 10 prac tices (one per day) except o Sunday as long as school is i session." Arkansas high schools are no allowed to practice in pads dining the spring under curren regulations. saying he would not criminal proceedings Berner Leads Bass Tourney ASHDOWN. Ark. (AP) -Lanny Berner of Lufkin, Tex., had a total catch of 38 pounds, 14V4 ounces in. the first t w o days of the $20,000 Arkansas Invitational Bass Tournament at Millwood Lake near here to take the lead Thursday. Kim Whilaker of Fort Smith was second with 36 pounds, 15 ounces. . · - .-.:'"· , \y Whitaker was followed by Mike St. John of Paducah, Ky., who had a total catch of 38 pounds, Wk ounces. Bobby Procell of Converse. La.-, had a total catch of 36 pounds, 7/z ounces to rank fouhth. The tournament, sponsored toy Sports Project, Inc., ends today. initiate against the six. Voor also was quoted as saying the woman who filed the complaint and the six men involved had given conflicting accounts of the incident. He" said there was no evidence to sup port the charges except the woman's complaint. Unseeded Playe Reaches Final LITTLE. ROOK (AP) -- Un seeded Laura Starr plays in tl semifinals of the Girls 14 N iional U.S. Lawn Tennis Assoc ation championships loda after defeating unseeded Wenc Burkhart of Toledo, Ohio, 6-4, 3, Thursday. Miss Starr had upset fourt seeded Maureen Louie of Sa Francisco Wednesday. Miss Starr plays second-seec ed Jennifer Balent of Fort La derdale, Fla., today. 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(APJ -L e a d i n g first-round scores Thursday in the $200,000 Canadian Open Golf Tournament: Ken Still Rik Massengale Lee Trevino Bob Eastwood Labron Harris Gay Brewer Jim Jewell Ben Crensh'aw David Barber Bobby Nichols Sam Adams Dick Rhyan 34-31-- 5 33-33--66 34-32--66 33 34 ..... 67 32-35--67 33-34--67 34-33--67 34-33--87 32-35-- OT 36-31--67 35-32-- 67 34-33-67 $YMBOLS OF A GROWING N.W.ARKANSAS · KFSM-TV is proud to serve and be a part of one of the fastest growth areas in the state; We are growing too, by opening a News and Sales office at 2587 N. College in Fayetteville. [f we may be of assistance to you, call Cliff Walker or Terry Jones at 443-526*. · Tha "Northwest Arkansas Report" both at 6 and 10 p.m. on KFSM-TV, is an important demonstration of our committment to the Fayetteville- Springdale area. Mike Murrie heads our Northwest Arkansas News Bureau. · Shop Northwest Arkansas: There are 1.5 million people in Area 5--and sooner or later, many of them will shop in Fayeiteville. Helping businesses grow--is a channel 5 tradition. And we help Northwest Arkansas to grow, better than any television station on your dial. 2587 N. College, Fayetteville Phone 443-5266 barrel of fun. TM- 10 PIECE PICNIC PAK · 10 Pieces of Chicken · 2 Pints Salad · 6 Rolls · Gups, Plates and Pre-Pack for 4 · 2 Large Bottles of Coca Cola · All in a KFC Shopping Bag 5 49 15 PIECE PICNIC · 15 Pieces of Chicken · 3 Pints Salad · 6 Rolls CCups, Plates and Pre-Pack for 8 · 3 Large Bottles of Coca Coca · All in a KFC Shopping Bag $049 8 K«nturkij fried #ku:k«H CATERING SERVICE 514 North College -- 2768 North College Fayettevilie Siloam Springs -- Bentonville

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