Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 31, 1974 · Page 11
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 31, 1974
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Dinners cu LE RN i i i i i Bel Air Frozen 10 oz. Jfif Pks. JOl Bel-air Frozen Chopped Broccoli LOOK AT THESE LOW PRICES 5 frOr.J Tint q 7 6-Oz. T k l i 1 M AT SAFEWAY DISCOUNT Really Good Eating From Your Safeway! BIG VALUE! Lemonade ^af_,_. .Meat Pies (£^L. Cream Pies ?±L .Strawberries neai WpffleS'FrotTn....^.. T0ppllt9 Gold Whip.. Meat Pies i 2 T4-Oz. -.- Pkg. ' lO-Oi. i fkg. % S-Ot.l 37' t-Ot. 35« I I Northwest Arkansas TIMES/ Wed., July 31, 1974 · 11 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Motorcycle Death Rate On Increase NEW YORK '(AP -- Ttis 40- year old executive who finally persuaded his wife last Christmas to let him buy a motorcycle because "we'll save on Has" may have been playing a deadly game. In (act. by now he could be one of the 675 persona who lost their lives on motorcycles on the nation's highways through the first four months of 1974, according to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates. ' · Although the returns ara early, motorcycle deaths to dale are running more than 30 per cent ahead of 1973, in sharp contrast to a 23.8 per cent decline-this year in over-all traffic deaths. Running side by side with the higher motorcycle death figures arc dramatically higher cycle sales. The Motorcycle Industry Council, a Washington-based lobby group, estimates motorcycle sales have jumped about 50 per cent so far this year to roughly 700,000 to 750,000 new vehicles. Added to the 4,222,000 mo- .orcyclcs the Department of Transportation estimates were on the road at the end of 1973, the total cycle population now stands near five million, and Is growing this year at a 32 per cent annual clip. The fatality figures so far In 1974 are alarming, sinca in all hut one of the last 10 years, the council says, there was a downtrend in the ratio of motorcycle deaths to vehicle registrations. One explanation, according to Bob Hicks, publisher of Cycle Sport magazine, is that the energy crisis gave many non- teen-age, middle class persons with little or no cycling know- low the excuse they'd been looking for "to get their courage up and do what they wanted to do in the first place." Ad campaigns by some cycle makers stressing the new image of respectability and fuel economy helped to persuade the wife to go along with a motorcycle, Hicks said. "The -real reason these older guys started buying bikps this year, according to dealers I speak' to, is-they now had an excuse from the sad state of the economy to do what they wanted to do In the first place. It's machismo. Suddenly, they can ride to work on a cycla and p ct away with it." The problem is, these people who hop. on a bike without proper training are statistically the most likely to get killed, according to numerous government 'and university-sponsored studies. Most of them find that about 25 per cent of all motorcycle fatalities Involve drivers with one month or less of experience. Thus one unfortunate result of the energy crisis was to g r e a t l y expand the inexperienced motorcyclist population, and to raise the average driver's age. ical Hit Has Promise By BOB THOMAS LOS ANGELKS (AP) -- The critics predict that "Mack" and Mabel" will settle down for a long, long run when it reaches Broadway in October. It suits Robert Preston just fine. "Mack and Mabel" is a new musical based on a tragic love slory of comedy king Mack Seniiett and the star of his si- cnt comedies and his personal ifc, Mabel Normand. Although the David Merrick' show, is still in its early stages, reviewers deemed it a sure-fire hit. 'It Is Indeed a pleasurable evening in the theater. Jerry Herman--"Hello. Dolly!" "Mame"--has written a superior score for Preston and Bernadette Peters, who plays Mabel. The book by Michael Stewart -- "Bye, Bye, Birdie," "Hello. Dolly"!--artfully combines the gayety and sorrow o[ the Sennett-Normand saga while doing surprisingly little violence to the real facts. Gowcr Champion, a veteran hand with musical magic, has staged" Mack and Mabel" with even greater invention t h a n his earlier hits -- "Birdie," "Hello. Dolly!!" "I Do I Do "Irene". Starting with a bare movie- stage set, he brings it to vigorous life with the antics of the cystone Kops. the Mack Sennett Bathing Beauties and the classic comics, pulling forth .wo or three show-stopping numbers--except that Champion shows never stop. All this presages long lines at New York's Majestic Theater after the break-in here, in St. Louis and Washington, D. C. "You know what a long run means to me? Sheer heaven," commented Bob Preston after a strenuous evening as Mack Sen- nctl. "Yes, I know that some actors can't stand doing the same role night after night. Marlon Brando, for instance, and I say hank God for that. "If he had stayed on the stage, we wouldn't have his m a r v c 1 o u s performances recorded on film." Do You Need a Detective Ph. 442-6191

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