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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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Wednesday, July 31, 1974
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Shula Regrets Name Calling And Today's Bad News Steve Renkn'.(18)' of the Montreal Expos gets a definitive answer from umpire Nick Co- lost as Chicago Cubs third baseman Bill Madlock tags him In the third inning of Tuesday's game at Chicago. Renko was cut down attempt- ing to reach third on Tim Foil's bouncer. Montreal won 4-3 in W innings. (AP Wire- photo) Republicans Win Annual Contest BALTIMORE (AP) -- Belea. guered Republicans, losers · of several' · post-Watergate elections and showing some leakage in the impeachment pro- Boosts Detroit By i THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Detroit Manager Ralph Houk thinks rookie .catcher Tim Blackwell's' attempted pickoff would have been 'a heck of. a play. But it wasn't and Boston Manager Darreli Johnson says he doesn't expect to see it ever again. : "I guess you' might c a l l i t in- experlence, but this should happen only once,'.' Johnson said after the Red Sox lost 7-5 to Detroit \vhen two runs scored on Blackwell's wild throw with two : out in the ninth. In .other' American League games, the Cleveland Indians beat the-Baltimore Orioles 8-6, the Minnesota'Twins topped the Kansas City Royals 7-3, the Chicago White Sox edged the California Angels 3-2 in 10 innings, the Milwaukee Brewers swept the New York Yankees 32 in 10 innings and 4-0 and the Oakland A's trounced the Texas Rangers 1-3. The Red Sox went into the ninth leading 5-3 when. Gary .Sutherland singled and Al Ka . line homered. Then with tw out and Jim Northrup, who hac doubled, on third and 'pinch-hit ter Ben Oglivle on first, Oglivie ' broke for second. Blackwell, pressed into serv ice a month ago when Carlton Fisk suffered a knee injury ' faked a throw to second anc then threw wildly past third, al lowing both runners' to score. I was Boston's fifth error. Tiger center fielder Mickey Stanley suffered a broken honi in his right hand when he wa hit by a pitch in the fourth in ning. INDIANS 7, ORIOLES 2 The Indians built a winning^? 2 margin with five runs, only two of them earned, in the sev enth. In that inning, the Oriole '.'· committed three errors, two b; , first baseban Boog Power , who also had a single bounc ', off his glove. , TWINS 7, ROYALS 3 Kansas City shortstop Frc '·'. Patek also had a rough time i the field, committing three er rors. Runs scored on two o them. Harmon Killebrew an Larry Hisle homered for th Twins. . WHITE SOX 3 .ANGELS 2 Nolan Ryan of the Angel gave up only six hits, but on · was a two-run homer by Bi Melton in the second inning an another was a bases-empt homer" by catcher F,d . He rmann in. the 10th . . .BREWERS 3, YANKEES 2 With two on and two out i : 'the -16th;- · George Scott race home with the winning run i Miko.Hegan beat out an infie . single. In the nightcap, rookie Kevi Kobel, 1-8 against, the rest i the league, made it 3-0 again the Yankees, shutting them 01 on a four-hitter. A'S I I , RANGERS 3 : Reggie Jackson and Gene T nace led the Oakland rout wi two home runs each. Duk Sims homered for the Rangers TRI-IAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service H«w A UMd An ten nM ' Color · Bl»ck » Whll. ·wiI«n · Towers frtv Kttf mat** 751-7927 1S144M 7S1-MS7 Beaver Level Beaver Lake level stood toda at 1119.78 feet above sea leve down .27 from Tuesday. Northwest Arkanut TIMES, Wed., July 31, 1974 FAVITTEVILLE, ANKAHSA* ' . Swift Bitterly Assails 'Scabs' MIAMI (AP) -- Miami Dol- 1 lins' player representative oug Swift 1ms refused to back own on a charge that veterans n the club's training camp are scabs," despite strong criti- ism from Coach Don Shula. "[ was calling it as it is," wift said Tuesday. "You're ei- icr on one side of the picket ne or the other." Shula bitterly denounced wift after Swift said Monday, I hope the Bengals beat them ike a gong. It's a scab team nrl :it's only an exhibition any- vay, remember?" The Bengals play Miami Saturday night in Cincinnati. Meawhile, Dolphin veteran placekicker Garo Yepremian jald he would report to training camp today on the advice of his brother, who also serves as his manager. Dolphins' owner Joe. Robbie has said that veterans who signed new contracts this year, including Yepremian, would lave to forfeit bonuses unless they report to, training camp immediately. Although Yepremian did not refer directly to Robbie's threat, he said his brother had considered "the financial situation" in urging the kicker to report to carnp. Shula called Swift's statement "pretty hard to stomach ... I never thought this woult get down to a name-calling con- esl because of the respect our 'ctoran football players have or each other. "And 1 might sec it coming 'rom anybody but Swift," said Shula. "He won his job in this camp four years ago while the veterans were on strike. But now Swift resorted to this . . . calling people names who have helped put $70,000 in playoff money in his pocket the last four years. This team has been a solid unit in the past and certainly Swift was part of that. "It's been my desire to keep this team together, but that's the most damaging thing that's Ramey To Coach At Siloam Springs Ken Ramey, who served as an assistant coach at Fayetteville High School last year, has accepted a position as offensive line coach at Siioam Springs. FHS head football coach and athletic director Doyne Davis m a d e the announcement Tuesday. "We hate to lose Coach Romey," said Davis, "But the Siloam Springs posi lion is a good opportunity for him." ' Said Ramey, "They did a groat job: of selling,me on their program. I'm looking forward to getting started.". Davis also announced that Dwight Gilbert has been hired as the new basketball coach at Ramay Junior High. Gilbert replaces Tommy Tice, who left to. become. head football coach at Hiuitsville High School. ., The · departure of Ramey leaves the Bulldogs with assistants Carl Fox, Whit Fowlkes and Tom McKinney and student assistant Larry Parnell. Fox, who worked under Davis al Morrilton, will be in charge of he overall defense. Fowlkes, who coached at Fast Pitch Softball Mountain View the last tw years, will work with the defen sive backs. McKinney wi" coach the offensive line. Davis indicated that addi tlional adjustments may b made with the Bulldog staf "We'll try to hire anolhe coach," he said, "but it's late. Action continued Tuesday evening in the men's fast pitch Softball tournament held at the City Park. . . Dandy Oil eased past Purvis- Kemp 6^2. Russell Ogle was the winning pitcher and Jim Carson :he loser. Don Watson paced Purvis with a home run while teammate James Baker had three hits in four trips to, the plate. , . In the second contest Interstate Systems defeated Baldwin Piano 5-3. John Peacock pickec up the win while W.J. Whitehead was charged with the loss Ronnie Porter and Larry Huey both had home runs for Baldwin while'Donnie Beavers had'three hits' in four : trips to .the' plate for Interstate. Trophy Competition The men's fast-pitch softba league has expressed the hop that the sportsmanship troph will be awarded : this year. r team has won it for the pas two years. : In the men's slow-pitch \e L gue, last year's winner in th east league, Georgetown, wi pass the rotating trophy on, a will KGTO, the winner of th west' trophy. A -number teams are under 'consideralio for the award this year. The competition for the w men's trophy is spirited ai close. Almost any one of tl nine teams in the league cou win, according to a league of cial. - edings, continue to maintain rty unity on the baseball Id. 'We win in baseball, if nqth- g else," chortled Rep. Silvia oute : .of Massachusetts : after e Republicans · trounced the emocrats 7-3 Tuesday, night r their llth consecutive victo- in the annual congressional am'e. · · ' · · ' Conic, the GOP manager ilh a 12-1 record in the series hich began i n ' 19G2, showed me pregaine concern. He oted that his players were jit- ry after practicing '..too lose, to the White House." But accepting the winner's tro- iy in ceremonies .after the urprisingly well played four-in- 'ng game, Conte turned diplo- lalic. "I congratulate!, the Demo- ·ats for their sportsmanship," e said. "They played well, but nforlunately not as well as our :am." Everybody cheered -- players n both teams, the secretaries rom Capitol Hill posing as leerleaders, antl the fans in altimore's Memorial Stadium here the game has been layed for two years while 'ashington, D.C., awaits the eturn of major league toase- all. Two errors by the Democrats ed to four unearned Republi- an runs in the second inning, ith winning pitcher Bob Mich- 1 of Illinois and rookie Pete 'omenici of New Mexico driv ng in runs. Michel, , a 51-year-old right- arided representative from II- nbis, was credited with his 2th victory. The only time his ullpen coach George Susce of le pro Washington Senators Ditched fo rbnth teams. Sen. Domenici made his de- ut as a relief pitcher, subbing or Rep. Bill Cohen of Maine vho was otherwise occupied as member of the Hd.iise udiciary Committee co'nsid,-.' ring articles of impeachment gainst President Richard M. Wickes Lumber Everyday Values! HOMEMODS Rep. AVilmer Mizell of North Carolina, known as "Vinegar- Bend" when he pitched a s a iro in the majors, doubled for wo GOP runs in the third in- ling. Sen. Lowell Weicker of Connecticut, who missed last gear's game during the Watergate hearings, drove in anoth- The Democrats didn't score until Rep. Don Riegle of Mich- gan tripled with two outs in he final inning. Riegle then stole home for the second run, and losing pitcher Rep. Mendel Davis of South Carolina, bunted another across. Riegle played four earlier !ames for the Republicans This was his first for" the Democrats since switching party affi- lation. "We were afraid of leakage because .of him, and changed our signals," Conte said. "But we won. This is our yearly morale. .hppsler.'.V Rep. Frank Clark of Pennsylvania, with an 0-8 record as the Democratic manager, issued lis annual postgame statement: "Wait till next year." Visit Wickes today for aU your exterior bnflding remodeling needs, lop quality merchandise at low prices is what Wickes is ail about! SHEATHING PLYWOOD %" COX sheathing; Mill Certified Exterior. FIBERGLASS INSULATION Reg. 5.82 ASPHALT SHINGLES Colorful 81 durable self-sealing shingles! Special sealant reacts with siin to fonn weather' tight shield! SHOP AW SAVE! 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"I just tell Keating, to do what he can do, where; ever th« best offer is,"- said Swift, a starting outside linebacker'for the two-time National Football League champions. ·-'," Shula said Swift was offered a five-year contract by lh«.Dol- phins at an annual salary doubling his 1973 pay, whicli was not specified. HOUSER TELEVISION AND STEREO Servicing Magnavox Television Stereo Components For Northwest Arkansas. The Only Authorized : Magnavox Service Center 723 W. Sunset, Springdale Phone 751-3921 0068-1*8 P-2)I "Mkchefl 300" SPINNING COMBO 197 M rtctretrtJOCT spwmmg reef wffh gate* spoof change, strong drag, line capacity 200 yds. of tSf. Tubular fiberglass rod witti 3 chrome guides. 1EBCO Heddon SPINCASTING REELS Your Choice 6.47 Heddon*" 152" reel, witti afl-met£l gears, complete with 100 yds. 8t mono line. Also Zebco® "600" corrostcn- resistant reej witn approximately 90 yds. of 8# line. SPINCASTING COMBINATION 5.97 *4O4TreeJ phis tOOyrJs, t5# lira. Frbergtess *od SALE! 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