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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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pii4 *i NoriWest ArkanjorjJMK,w«ci., July si, '"4|Cr UX of Logjam To Be Discussed 4tft '-·;; Wohihuter, Stones Set New World Marks In King Memorial Games !!i W '.6s'LO. Norway (AP) --, "" 'American middle distance ace ·.,.. Rick Wohihuter lowered the rKJj\Vorld 1,000 meter record by a ^'{Sensational 2.1 seconds and 'V'iigh juniper Dwight Stones just ' "ftiisscd Improving his own 5-= ;.\yorld mark to 7 feet, 7 inches r~ xfn the opening night ol the S sixth Ma tin Luther King Me- 5 morial Track and Field. Meet Tuesday. * Wohlhuler, a slender 25-year' old insurance salesman from [hicagp. was Ihc superstar of ·'- evening ' with his tre- clocking of 2 minutes, 13.9 seconds in the 1.000 meters. Daniel Malaa of South Africa held the old world record of 2:16.0. ·i vBut Stones was a close chal- l e n g e r f o r Wohihuter s spotlight, as he held thousands of fans' in suspense for an hour after the end of the other events with his bid for the high j u m p record. He cleared -7-5" to win the event. Wohihuter, who already owns the world 860-yard record at 1:44.1, had announced his 1,000 meter bid'before the race,., anc delivered as promised. He won by a wide margin from Mike Boit of Kenya and New Zelana- ders John Walker and Hod Dix- vould win and get ttie record," aid Wohihuter. He is undefeated over any distance in outdoor competition his season. He suffered his last outdoor defeat against Eygeny Arzhanov of the Soviet Union in he U.S.-USSR meet al Minsk ast year. He now moves on to Finland f -inn in the greatest field ever Tassembled for the relatively i distance. "Knowing that I am consider gbly faster than Walker, who I Relieved to be Ihe main threat j had asked for a fast opening gace. Jan.'Torgersen, the young ·forwegian pacesetter, gave me ' ' · ' " the firs when I Joint Talks Continue vvhere lie run a one-mile ce Thursday against a field which includes Boil and Olym- 1.500-meter champion Pek- Vasala of Finland. "I should do about 3:53 there, but what I would really have iked is a chance for the world !00 meters record." said Woh- hu.ter, 'whose 1:44.1 for the slightly longer. 880 yards is bet- er than Italian Marc'ello riasconaro's 1:43.7 for the 800. Stones · cleared all heights rom 6-6% to 7-4W on his first ,ry, but needed three attempts o clear 7-5 9'sbefore making his world record bid at 7-7. Stones, 20. from Los Angeles, said he hopes to improve his record to 7-6% during two more ·months of European competition Ibis summer before returning stateside. In other top events, American sprint ace Steve Williams San Diego State beat patriots Reggie Jones Steve Hiddick to win Ihe 100- meter dash in 10.1, missing a 10 flat only because of a head wind. Three-lime Olympian Martha Watson, of Long Beach, Calif.. tied her own jump WASHINGTON (AP) -- Representatives of the players and :he club owners hi the National Football League resume their second day of joint talks with the nation's lop federal media- as crilical negotiations in the labor dispute and 31-day strike. A clue to how long the strike will continue could come after the negotiations because the .wo sides apparently were to discuss the so-called freedom ssucs, described as the crux o! :he. logjam In the contract ^alks. : After meeting for five hours Tuesday with both sides-jointly and separately-- chie U.S. mediator W.J. Usery Jr said today's negotiations would be "extremely imporlant be cause su'bslantivc issues will be discussed." Neither the NFL Players ' A s sociation nor the NFL Manage ment Council would discuss the closeddoor meeting, and User; refused to detail the proceed ings. It was understood that the two joint sessions, lasting 1 minutes, centered on the play ers 'revised economic propos als, such as pension and min imum salaries. The players' union originally proposed a minimum salary of 25,000 for veterans and $20,000 or rookies, up from the present Slow-Pitch Softball Whit Chevy downed Dennis Home Furnishings 12-8, Palace Drug beat Lazenby-Frontier Real Estate 12-9 and Penney 's edged Local 965 7-6 in the men's slow-pitch Softball, tournament at Asbell Park Tuesday night'. Mic Wonunack drove in four runs for Whit Chevy, providing the margin of difference foi w i n n i n g pitcher Sherman Brooks. Wayne Prince took the loss. Don Scott drove in five runs in support of Palace Drug winner Ron Talbert. Justin Daniel and Delano Cotton drove in four runs each for; Lazenby Daniel and losing pitcher Tut Morrow each scored three runs Tom Cooney got the win for Penney's over Lawrence Sharp Bill Thornton had Iwo RBIs and scored twice for Penney's. Quin ton Bowerman drove in two run and Enoch Bowerman scorcc two for the losers. 13,000 and $112,000 mimmums. L was understood they lowered heir demand to $20,000 and 18,000. The negotiations, which began March 16, were broken off ndefinitely 10 days ago. Usery called both sides back this week. A source close to the negotia- iions said Usery attempted to create an atmosphere whereby each side would consider submitting proposals that might not be accepted in totality but would not be rejected outright. The players submitted their demands, including the controversial freedom issues, to the owners five months ago and allegedly had not moved to modify them until Tuesday. The owners had rejected the freedom demands out of hand and suggested the players offer a counter-proposal. · These demands include elimination of reserve and option clauses. : ° Former Green Bay quarterback Bart Starr also offered his assistance Tuesday in settling the strike to either players or owners. His intervention was requested by several Packer veterans. , \ ; M^A^^^^^^B:: : : , ' ^ wTM DAILY. 9-10; SUNDAY L^^£2ilfllBIBIBIIIBBllBlllB%' ! ^ r t^ IB .^^^^^^^^^MM ~~^^Bi Meanwhile, the dcfcclion of aycrs from tlio strike contin- cd. Four veterans joined the hicago Bears camp, three rossed lines to join the Oak- and Raiders'. West Fork Girls Receive Awards Eight students from \Vcs' ""ork recently attended the nnual Girls Summer Basket all 'Camp at the University of Arkansas at Monticello. Dena Dennis was selected by he 10 coaches as the most out landing camper In the senior ligh division. She also won the peed dribbling contest with a locking of 23,2 seconds. Jean lie Siiemore won the junto livision dribbling · event by :overing the course in 24.2 econds. The others . attending were Karen Logsdon, Dolores Jean Sanlrell, Kenley Harris, La Ann Baker, DeAnn Ferrell and Carla Emerson. Eighty-nine junior and senio high girls from 21 Arkansa cities took part in the week-long eamp. No Easy Mate Says Smith Afle LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Top-seeded Stan Smith defeated Cen McMillan 7-6, 6-1 in the irst-round match of the $100,000 ' Pro Tennis Classic, while Rupp Suffers Fall At Home LKXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -Former University of Kentucky basketball Coach Adolph Rupp was hospitalized in satisfactory condition and doctors said he received no broken bones in a fall at his home sunday. A spokesman at the University ol Kentucky Medical Center said tests indicated there were no broken bones. Rupp injured his back when he slipped and fell. Rupp, 72, was having diffieul ty resting because of the num her of visitors, according to a hospital spokesman. , No release date has been set. RUpp retired, in 1972, after coaching at Kentucky for 4! years. He won more baskctb'al games than any other coach in college history. : is Any More r Narrow Win defending, champion : Manuel Dranles, seeded third* toppled Stqve Faulk 6-1, 0-4. "They're tough . . .' ,thoy'ra all tough," Smilh said after tlio victory. ' "There ure no easy matches any more-- not' unless your opponent is injured." McMillan extended the open- cr; to' 4-4 and then twice Smilh served for the set-- and twice, failed; committing his fourth double-fault ' o n the 12th-game jreak point.' . ' ; That sent; it to».:.a ,best-of-12 noint tie-breaker, irt which McMillan spurted to a 2-0 lead, getting the first /tally .with a service : ace. Smith took the next four points , for .a -4-2 advantage and- went on to 'capture the playoff 7-3. Second-seeded Arthur Asha coasted past Peru's Felix Fonts 6-2, 6-0. Fifth-seeded Roscbo Tanner defeated Ashok Amrit- raj 5-7, 6-0, 6-0. Coach Resigns AMES, Iowa -- . Maury John,coach of the Iowa State University basketball team, resigned because of on-going treatment for cancer of the esophagus. year-old Robin Washington, D. . dium and personal mark in the 800 meters with a fast 2:02.5 RECORD-BREAKING PAUSE .. .irack.and field ace Rick Wohihuter cj Chicago pauses jar ' photographers Tuesday in Oslo, Norway, after breaking the · world record for the 1000-meter run. \VoWiufer bested the standing world record by 2.1 seconds when he clocked a ^Portland Ravages JDefensive Backs */,*;;.·· · ' · . ft "By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS *' £'· * T -*-- * T-~-- TM:«i,t,, {· f'E ; Job security has been mighty' ·''tough to come by in, the past £j Sweeks for Portland Storm'de- S^ensive backs. ' fij '. Coach Dick Coury is looking B o^for a new combination and ?':ilwants to avoid another cmbar- "fassment tonight such as the one suffered when the Storm first met Philadelphia in their World Football League opener. Philadelphia's only victory came against Portland, a 33-8 romp that began a thus far winless season for the Storm. In their first meeting, the Portland secondary allowed Philadelphia quarterback Jim ·'-''··^'King" Corcoran to complete V-T21 of SB passes for 227 yards 'linil two touchdowns. The first change came with the immediate cut ot defensive """ "" Clancy Williams, a nine- National Football League . ri who had been one oi .^Portland's "name" players. Ed 'if. ^Washington, ' Beach a rookie from (· ··"··viujuiis jjc,^.» Slate, also was ijt: wj-p'laced on waivers.- v'-'?*i Rookie safeties Charles Hm and Ray Sherman have replaced by Tom Oherg »..,, Frank Andruski, a pair o Canadian Football League play s. Only rookie Ed Bishop re and he'll be at strong alely--not cornerback. ,- In other WFL games tonight J|:»Birmingham is at Detroit, Flor s i - , sfi- (ravels to Houston, anc ew York hosts Jacksonville 'he nationally televised conies lursday night features South n California al Memphis. The battle tonight between ^Jhe Birmingham American! the Detroit Wheels should '-prove to be an offensively ex plosive contest. Birmingham, 3 '""" takes the best WFL scoring points a game--to _ , for the contest with the (i}!;Wtieels, 0-3, who have the new league's worst scoring de fehse--29.3 points a game. ·E., The Americans, however Slave ..given up . an average o *S8:5!7 yards per game, rankin i»sl in Ihc league in team de TMe'nse, and quarterback Bubb Wycba o! 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Jacksonville, 1-2, beat New York 14-7 in its 'opener before Buffering a pair of lasl-minute defeats. The Stars also 1-2 record. In the T Vgarne, the Southern lalifornia Sun, 2-1, wiil try to tnock ot( Memphis, 2-1. WE PAY TOP MONEY For JUNK BATTERIES Our 20th Year in Fayetteville. 442-9567 605 South School Hiway 71 South VAUGHN BATTERY OTHER GOOD BUYS FOJf 1C-- SAVE DURING K MART S 4-DAY SALE. BIKE FLAG OH POLE 1.27 1 With purchase of any bicycle at our regular discount price. TIRE TUBE FOR BIKE 1 With purchase Of 20", 24", 26" or 27* bike tire at regular price 2.47 to 27. TYPE WM i tu TABLE With purchase of Reg. 7.96 K mart "200" deluxe manual portable typewriter at 64.66 1 Wrth pnrctese ot sterling sliver or gold-filled ring at oor regular price 1.96 to 9.96 1 LEATHER WATCH FOB Reg. 57f With p0rtii3S8 Of "Bulls-Eye" watch at 3.96 With JMT- chattoiany model kit at our regular discount price. HIGHWAY 71 B. NORTH AND ROLLING HILLS

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