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Lane Roasts Pro Football During Speech CANTON, Ohio. (AP) -- Dick "Night Train" Lane, during his acceptance speec hinto the Pro !Football Hall .of Fame Saturday, lashed out at the game's establishment for tts shortage of 'black coaches and officials. The former star oornerback , said "it's not fair to blacks to be treated like step children in football. "I hope black players band together and insist on more : black coaches and even general managers," Lane told an en r shrinement audience that included Vice President Gerald R. Ford. -.-: Lane was inducted into the shrine along with Lou "The Toe" Groza, Bill George, and Tony Canadeo. ·, George and Lane both took verbal slaps at the current : players' strike. "I think it dis- ; turbing people are thinking · about their personal gain, not the ; betterment of the game," ·- Lane said. W i t h pickets marching around Fawcett Stadium, 200 ; yards away, George said "I : hope they put back the spirit in · football'(hat used to be there." -The pickets were boycotting the ·season's first exhibition game between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Buffao Bills. It was " played with largely rookies and -free agents. Ed McCaskey, a Chicago Bears vice president, presentee " George, eight times an all-pro choice as a middle guard and linebacker in 15 Chicago seasons.- ENSENADA, Mexico AP)In all my years of racing I've ever known anything like this," aid a shaken Parnelli Jones. The former Indianapolis 500 winner spoke slowly as he alked about the collision that ook the life of a vacationing motorcycle rider during the Baja International 400-mile off- oad race through Baja Call- ornia Friday. BOSTON (AP) -- Bob Montgomery's bases-loaded pinch- jingle in the bottom of the ninth inning gave Boston a 5-4 'ictory over the New York Yankees Saturday night and ;ept the Red Sox in first place n the American League East. Dwight Evans beat out a eadoff infield hit off Sparky I-yle. 6-2, and Rick Burleson punched a one-out single down he right field line. Lyle wild-pitched the runners o third and second and walked )oug Griffin intentionally he- ore Montgomery batted for Tim Blackwell and lined a single to left. The victory .kept Boston one- half game ahead of Cleveland. The Yankees, who invaded Joston with 13 victories in the ast 15 games, stung winner jiiis Tiant, 15-7, for three runs 6th Inning Rally Pulls Sox To Win ARLINGTON (AP) -- Jorge Orta singled twice during a six- run, eighth-inning rally Saturday night, helping the Chicago Whit* Sox to a 9-5 victory over the Texas Rangers. After Or la singled and Dick .'Allen walked to open the White iSox uprising, Carlos May '.knocked in the first run with a ·single. Ken 1 Henderson doublet ,to tie the game at 5-5 before Bill Sharp's force out bouncer produced Chicago's lead run. :,. Bucky Derit then belted a ;two-run double and Orta cap ped the rally with a run-scoring single.' . The Rangers took a 1-0 lead in the first on Alex Johnson's one-out double, a hit batsman and Mike Hargrove's bloop single to right center. The White Sox scored two runs in the third. Sharp struck out to open the inning, bu reached first when the pitch went wild. Ed Herrmann's single put runners at first ant third and Sharp scored on Dent's fielder's choice. One ou later, Orta's single to left madi it M. Texas regained the lead at 3 2 in the last of the third. Cesar Tovar led off with a double am took third on Johnson's ground er. Jeff Burroughs doubled home his 75th run of the season with a double, then moved tc third on a grounder before Jim Spencer hit a run-scoring single. The White Sox tied it in the fourth on May's single an Henderson's double. Hargrove', two-run single in the fourth pro vided Texas with a 5-3 lead. Vacationing Cyclist Killed During Race At Baja In Collision With Parnelli Jones "It's just such a shock to everybody." Jones said: "My whole crew is just sick." A couple of hours after the Held of 350 racers began leaving the starting line. Jones was driving his Ford Bronco about 80 miles an hour on a narrow road about 40 miles east of Ensenada, where the event started and ended. As he roared over a blind hill lie collided head-on with a motorcyclist travelling against traffic on the race course. COMPANION UNHURT The dead man was identified as Michael Vaughn, 39. of El Cajon, Calif., a vice president of a savings and loan association. Vaughn's companion, Don Kramer of El Cajon, was mi a separate motorcycle and was not hurt. Bosox Nip Yanks, Keep First Place in the second inning. Graig Nettles singled and took third on Lou Piniella's ground-rule double. Nettles scored as Chris Chambliss grounded out, then Jim Mason singled, scoring Piniella. Mason took second on Tiant's wild pickoff attempt and scored on Sandy Alomar's single. The Red Sox bounced back in the bottom of the second. Bernie Carbo singled, Danny Cater walked and Rick Burleson singled, filling the bases. Doug Griffin hit a tworun double and Burleson scored on an infield out. Piniella put the Yankees in front again in the sixth, belting his fourth home run of the year, but Carho hit his llth homer in the bottom of the in ning, tying the score 4-4. Porter Keys Brewer Win BALTIMORE (AP) -- Darrell Porter drilled a three-run double in the first inning and scored a fourth-inning run that carried the Milwaukee Brewers to a 5-3 victory over the Baltimore Orioles Saturday ni'ght. Singles by Dave May and George Scott off Wayne Garland, 3-4, and John Briggs' grounder that shortstop Mark Belanger fumbled for an error loaded the bases before Porter belted a double to right-center field. Bob Coluccio's double-play grounder widened Milwaukee's lead to 4-0 in the fourth and May lined a run-scoring single in the fifth. Baltimore scored three runs in the sixth, two on Brooks Robinson's single. Billy Champion, S-l, picked up the victory with sixth-inning relief help. . - . , . . Holsum Earns 71 Little League Crown Holsum Bread slugged their way to a 17-11 Little Leaue victory over Cravens and the 1974 city crown as well at Walker Park Friday evening. Jerry Shackleford and Aaron Clark combined for the victory while Stuart Herbert ahsorbec the loss for Cravens. Hockey Bell doubled for Holsum while Brad Blew Clark, Bell, Lucas Osburn Donnie Heckathorn, Jake Page Boyd Bonneil and Shackleforc all added singles. Mike Richi walloped a pair of home run for Cravens while Eugene Seki guchi, Mark Jordan, Berber Wood and Danny Wood all hac doubles. Jordan, Wood, Richie and Darrell Long also hai singles. Helms, Astros Clobber Frisco HOUSTON -'(AP) -- A two-run double by-Tommy Helms and a two-run single by Greg Gross paced the Houston Astros to a 11-3 victory over the San Francisco Giants Saturday night. Winning pitcher Larry Dierker, 7-6, helped his own cause by accounting for two Houston runs. Dierker singled home one run in the three-run second inning and laid down a perfect sacrifice bunt in the three-run sixth to score another run. Helms laced a double to right-center for Houston's two other runs in the second. In the sixth, Gross pounded his two- run hit. Houston scored two runs in the third on a fielding error by third base-man Mike Phillips and Bob Watson's grounder. Ben Martin Inks Five-Year Pact AIR FORCE ACADEMY Colo. (AP) -- Ben Martin, Ai Force Academy head footbal coach for the past 16 years, an nounced Saturday he ha signed a new five-year con tract. Lt. Gen. Albert P. Clark academy superintendent, sai Martin still had one year re maining on his old contrac signed in 1970. He said Martin new agreement with the schoo will give him the longest tenur in service academy football his tory. Martin became Air Fore Academy head coach Jan. 31 1958. He has had six straigh winning seasons. His caree record is 86-71-7 and include three bowl appearances wit the Falcons. Salary terms of the new con tract were not disclosed. Aaron's 726th HR Highlights Braves Victory ATLANTA. (AP) -- Henry Aa. on slammed career home run No. 726, Dusty Baker cracked a iair of solo homers and Ralph Jarr stroked four consecutive hits, powering Phil Niekro anc he Atlanta Braves to a 10-0 rout of the Los Angeles Dodg ers Saturday night. Niekro, 10-9, limited the dodgers to four hits, strikinj out three batters and walking ',wo. Aaron belted his 13th homer of the baseball season and onl. lis second in six weeks, a sev mth-inning shot off reliever lex Hudson, who was making his major league debut. The three-run blast keyed a 'ive-run explosion. Aaron also drove in a run in Atlanta's two run first inning, singling in iarr--the National League's eading batter--who had also singled. Baker stroked solo homers in he third and seventh innings lis ninth and 10th cf the year as the Braves jumped on loser Al Downing, 3-5, and Hudson or 13 hits. Garr, with three singles and a double, increased his average o .364 while Dave Johnson drove in a pair of runs with a sacrifice fly and a double. NY Nets Whack Montreal 8-5 NEW YORK (AP) - Ed Kra nepool knocked in two runs an Ken Boswell keyed a three-ru seventh inning with a double t power the New York Mets to a 8-5 victory over the Montrea Expos Saturday night. Bob Apodaca, 3-5, ha allowed only a double by Willi Davis in the first inning, whe a Met error produced th Expos' first run, before leavin the game in the midst of four-run flurry by Montreal i the eighth. The Mets took a 2-1 lead i the bottom of the first on RB singles by Kranepool and D Hahn off Mike Torrez, 9-7. i the third inning, a double b John Milner and Kranepool 1 single gave the Mets their thir run. Jerry Grote's sacrifice fl gave New, York a 4-1 lead the fourth. A home run by Ruo ty Staub, his 14th of the base ball season, gave the Mets a 5 advantage in the fifth, and th Mets scored three more runs i the seventh as Boswell tri gered the rally with his ru' scoring double. Bob Bailey's RBI single cai ped Montreal's eighth innin before reliever Jack Aker the rally short. McGoughy To SMU DALLAS (AP) - Fran McGaughy, a . former footb assistant under Paul Dietzel West Point and Bear Braynt Alabama, has been named r cruiting co-ordinator at Sout era Methodist University. He told officials he and aughn were on a vacation and ad planned to get off the ourse as soon as possible. Race authorities said Jones as the 247th racer to leave the art and more than 300 com- ctitors had passed the acci ent site before the collision oc- urred. A fuel tank exploded on im act, and Jones, who has wo'r everal off-road races, was urned slightly on his upper lip. Jones and his partner, cai uildei- Bill Stroppe, withdrew rom the race and returned to JnsciiMria immediately aftei le collision. The $60,000 race was won b rtilch Mayes of Palmdale, Ca f. and A. C. Bakken of Cosia lesa, Calif., who shared riding hores on a factory-sponsorei OOcc Husqvarna motorcycl 'hey completed the distance in Jght hours, seven minutes. Five minutes behind them vas Bobby Ferro of Sherma Oaks, Calif, as the first foui vheel finisher. He drove a Sane master dune buggy. Reds Handle Padres 5-1 CINCINNATI (AP) -- T o n 'erez cracked a two-run sing] n a four-run first inning to lea he Cincinnati Reds to a 5-1 vie ory over the San Diego Padre Saturday night. Cesar Geronimo ignited Cin cinnati's rally with a single t center and Pete Rose followe vith a walk off Dave Freisle )en, 7-6. Joe Morgan was sal at first on one of two Padre er ·ors in the inning, filling th bases. One out later, Perez drove i a pair of runs and another ru -cored on the same play o bird baseman Dave Hilton .hrowing error. Dan Driessen single knocked in the fourl "un. The Reds added a run in tl jigiith on Dave Concepcion RBI double. Tom Carroll, 3-0, gave up ·un when Clarence Gaston doi lied home Willie McCovey the fourth and left in favor reliever Will McEnaney in tl ninth. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., July 28, 1974 · FAYETTEVILLE. AKKANCAt Fast Pitch Softball Standings MEN'S LEAGUE FINAL STANDINGS Wash. Co. Observer Dandy Oil Interstate Systems Baldwin Piano Cily of Fay'ville Purvis-Kemp Auto Parts, Inc. WOMEN'S LEAGUE EPC . 15 1 W L 10,- 2 « 3 8 4 7 5 5 - 6 3 -9 0 12 McClinton Bros. Burger Chef Ozark Floor Standard Register Levi-Strauss Huntsville Shakespeare Spencer Bnding 13 3 12 4 11 5 8 - 8 5 11 5 11 3 13 0 16 Sixth Jet Reports HEMPSTEAD (AP) - Dennis Cambal became the sixth New York Jet to report to Iran- ing camp when he arrived Saturday, the National Football League team reported. The former William and Mary player was a reserved tight end in his rookie season last year. BLASTING OUT . . .A'Jorfc Tinder oj Pebble Beach, Calif., drives the fairway on Ms way to a 6~and-5 victory in the quarter-final round of the USGA Junior Amateur golf championship. Tinder lost to Dave Nevatt in the finals Saturday Nevatt Captures Junior Amateur Jennifer Balenf Wins Girls Tiile LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) _ Second-seeded Jennifer Balen of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., d feated Zenda Liess of Daton Beach, Fla., the top seed an defending champion, 4-6, 6-4, 4 Saturday in the finals of 11: U.S. Lawn Tennis Associatio iris 14 National championshi. Miss Balent reached the sem i finals of the tournament 1973. Miss Liess defeated third-] seeded Allison Macatee of Arlington, Va., 6-1, 6-4 on Friday to gain her berth in the finals. Miss Balent crushed unseeded Laura Starr of Miami Beach, Fla., 6-0, 6-1 to get to the finals. "I can't believe I won it," Miss Balent said. "No, I never really thought I would win it, but I hoped that I would. I'd always been No. 2." Miss Balent utilized drop shots to a great extent in taking the victory. She said the drop shot gave her the winning edge in the match. Miss Balent now \yill compete in the Girls 16 national championships at Charleston, W .Va. Later this summer, she will compete in the Girls 18 nationals. FAIRFIELD. Conn. (AP) -Dave Nevatt of Merced, Calif- Saturday defeated fellow Californian Mark Tinder of Pebble Beach, Calif. 4 and 3, to win the U.S. Golf Association Junior Amateur Chamionship. Nevalt, 17, who enters Arizona State University in the fall, capitalized on fine putting to lead from the third hole at the hilly Brooklawn Country Club course . He said after the victory he was still feeling the affects of a virus that hit him Thursday but was pleased with his performance. "I was driving better,"said Tinder, also. IV, who will be a high school senior in the fall. "But I couldn't 'get on and get the birdies.". The score does not reflect the excitement of the match, however, as each golfer stroked several spectacular chip-shots and drives. Tinder played below-par golf in all five matches of the tournament until facing Nevatt. He defeated his state mate last year by a similar margin in the Northern California Junior Tournament. The two reached the finals by defeating a pair from Colorado, Bill Loeffer of Englewocd, and Bob Griffin of Littleton. Nevatt was down by three holes in two earlier matches before winning on Thursday and Saturday morning. EVEREST 40ENNINQS WHEELCHAIRS fOtOS TO 10" BENMIS fc SAIO FayettevlHe Dr« £. Side Square 442-734! HEAVY DUTY MUFFLER INSTALLED · Lifetime Guarantee DUALS Adding One Side Including One ' Muffler Both Sides Including Both Mufflers Per .11 American mad. and can except cam. BldOff*- dot and Toranados. SEEBURG MUFFLER Highway 71 Herat, Korth of City LFmld. fprinfdik, Arkanaa* Karate Winners Winners In the 1974 Missouri National Karate Championships from the Taekwondo Karate Academies in Fayette- villc and Springdale include, from left, Tommy Rogers, first place winner in junior form and second place in junior fighting; Jennifer Kreie, second place women's form; R a n d y Chambliss, fourth place in black belt fishing; Gw«n Wesley, first place in women's form and Randy Beard, first place in junior fighting and second place in junior form. Not pictured is Buddy Borrow, who placed third in black belt form. CANCER'S (DANGER ' (SIGNALS · wtSKt ei BUccfn HJ 4^i«E^i^E^E^E^EBBMEBE^M^^Mi^i^i^i^iH I (Sfrop ®iorti\we$t Mogsag Jim Walker, Agent ITT Life Insurance Corp. I Thorp, Wis. Phone 521-4298 IP. O. Box 12M, Fayetteville CANCER PROTECTION PLAN INSURE YOUR FAMILY NOW! 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