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Strike .Causing Big Drop In Attendance 'By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NorthwMt Arkania* T1MIS, Sat., Aug. 3, 1974 VAVBTTBV1LLE. AMKAHtAS -' · · I . · .',· ' , FAYETTEVILLE, AHKAHfAS . National ,· Football ; League , club) owners'got .a boot in the .gate and .striking players re ; ee'ived a' bit 'of 'heavy blocking from the fans as' the'exhibition ^-'season' 1 kicked 'off "befbre'more i empty seats than people. X Friday;,.night's, three rookie f and free.agent'i'infested, pre| season games drew 74,543 fan's, i about the same .numbpr,, of .en, ; thusiasts who 'pa'cked'jahy one 3 stadium a year-'ago*- wheri f starters and,,,other., v vetera.ns I were .in full force im'(he'fields;; ; In Washington','- th'e' New Eng; I land Patriots beat.the,Redskins ^ 2H6 before an 'announced ; crowd of 16,403 paid, the smal- 'ever to watch pro 'ootball m. RFK,-Stadium--and it. appeared .that .even'.-fewer people than that were on hand ln"th'e ? 54,'374-aeat park. " ' · , ' . ' . There were 28,021 people 'in Los""Angeles'- - 92,000^seat Coliseum to see Bob Thomas, ;a World Football League reject, kick v ;aVl9-yard field; goal wijh two seconds to play which gave the Rams s a 24-21 victory ovir the!Cleveland -Browns. i. ; The^ crowd* .was the smallest in.the 29-year, history of the Los Angejesf Times Charity Game. Last year'it drew 74,461. « 80,020-seSt was filled to the brim a year ago whfen .,,-And.:i in '.'Buffalo's Rich Stadium, which the Bills played their first pre- sea'son game, 30;119 fans turned out to watch the Green Ba Packers score a 16-13.victory. Unlike .;Washington,,; which had about 70 pickets on hand, . the^; Los,-Angeles and B u t " ' games were not picketed. , In just about every case, the t e a m s are predicting turnstile'turns. '. '·; Before Friday's slim crowds appeared, 1 .some owners : had appeared, · some owners had been saying the .season would be played,; whether or not Hie major.share of veterans were a part, o f ' it. And some striking players had expressed Hie opinion.--..that, ..if large -"'- L pre- ;iirned i Bay ory. which hand, t u f f a l n jUTlatO sei the i ", s : had s had would ot .the were a triking e opin- crowds snpwcu up 10 waicn ine KIQS who are trying to take away their jobs, the 'Strike might be crippled. : "The season is' absolutely going on," Dolphins'- owner Joe R o b b i e said before Friday night's games. ''The situation is grave, grim. ..serious. Ultimately the fans are going to turn on all of us. ' ; Robbie also acknowledged that "we're further from settlement than we've been since this all started last winter...! don't see any light at the end of the tunnelj.:The dialogue is getting more strident than reasonable." . · · ' · · miib ownei i\eutm \^. w u a u j i took a hard line following the Bills' loss. . He predicted that there will be "absolutely no break in the stalemate unless the players change their position," adding that if the owners give in to the players' freedom demands "it would mean the death of pro football as we' know it." Asked if he would go along with any changes in the owners' current position, Wilson said flatly: "Absolutely not. They wouldn't, gel my .vote." He also said he was was opposed to binding arbitration to settle the 34-day-oId strike. Professional Baseball ffilHIMHIH NATIONAt'LEAGltE V East 54 54 51 50 .; Philadelphia S Pittsburgh i Montreal = New York f Chicago 44'59 't West }Los Angeles?..,70 37 V Cincinnati · H ' "" " f Houston i Atlanta 5 San Fran S San Diego ":51'4 '.514.-:: .481 ' .jWl.' 1427^9 ... .,, 3'/4 3'A Solutions Still Not In Sight Talks At Standstill ;;654 -- " ';602 CS .524 14 .514 15 55 50 54 51 48 60 .444 2m 44 65 .404,27-,' i Friday's Games 5 Montreal 3, Philadelphia 2 5 Pittsburgh 3, St. Louis 2, 14 ' Innings ·. Chicago at New York, ppd., t r a i n 1 V v J ; / Los Angeles 2, San Diego'ii ··' r Cincinnati 9, San Francisco 4 { Only games scheduled ' Saturday's Games I Chicago (Reuschel :'10-8) at ;. Pittsburgh (R'euss 10*)' ' · Atlanta,. (Capra, 1.0-5). ,at,.San Francisco (Barf 8-5)- ' Philadelphia .(Lonborg ; 1240) at St. Louis'(Siebert--7-6), .N i','. New York (Matlack 9-8) at Montreal (Renko.,740), N.. . Houston^ (Dierker 7-6) at Los Angeles (Messersmith 12-2), N Only games scheduled ,"·'"-. , .Sunday's Games . , . - . Chicago at Pittsburgh, 2 Philadelphia at St. Louis, 2 Atlanta;at San Francisco, 2 New'York at Montreal. ...,' . . Cincinnati at San Diego/ 2 Houston at Los Angeles , AMERICAN LEAGUE · :".··: · .' -East "·'· ·····-··''·· . W . L Pet; GB Boston · . . ' . : ' 5 7 - 4 7 .548:-Cleveland. -54-49 .524 2V5 Baltimore-' 52 52 '.500 5 Detroit ' 51' 53 : .490 V 6 Milwaukee 51 54 .496 6'A New York " 51''54 .486 6V4 . » : -.'· , ; ' · .··: 'West' 1 - ' ;. ·-:-.": Oakland 62; 44.Y.585 -- '·Kansas 'City 52 51 ;505 8'A Texas , , ., , 5 4 53 .505: 8% Chicago · 52 52 .500 9 Minnesota \51 55 '.481 11 California. ' 42 65 ,.393'20% ' Friday's Gamts . Boston/7, Baltimore's Cleveland 8, New York 2 Kansas City. 4, Tenas 0 . California' 3, Minnesota '2, 8 Innings . , ; " . ' , . ; · , ' · Detroit 4, Milwaukee 1 Oakland 3,-Chicago 2 Saturday's Games Boston .(Mor.et 5-3) , at. New York : (Dabsdn 8-13) " ' ' Oakland ! (Hamilton : '6-3) at Minnesota (Decker 11-9) '·'·' ' Texas (Bibby 14 : 12) at Chi- eago Kaat'12-6) . ' Baltimore (Grimsley 12-8) at Detroit (Lolfch 11-13) California" (Ryan 13-11) at Kansas.City (Splittprff 10-1) Cleveland (Arlin 2.4) at Milwaukee (Colborn 6-8 · Sunday's Games ' Boston »t New York,-2 Oakland at .Minnesota, 2 Cleveland at Milwaukee, 2 Texas at Chicago, 2 Baltimore at Detroit, 2 California at Kansas City, 1 2 t: WASHINGTON "(APT' -: 'Fa ur years ,ago Hoday,.: pwners y and players in the National Football League; patched up their/ differences ' : apd!','turned '.to;':playing football after engaging in an intensive labor' dispute. , : , -.'.'History, seems :uhlikely 'tp'-fe^ peat itself,'with both sides.cur- rentiyi'irtraaingff.charg'esN and counter-charges on why talks have, if ailed-in:, the.smonth long strike by the NFL Players Association. Bbth"tlie = pwhefs and the players association held briefings Friday, and the testimony that emerged -showed why talks re-. c'essed'-"Thursday for lack of any movement. Bill Curry ot the. Houston 011- r'siV pre;sideiit :i '6f the association,' said his group had made substantial changes in its bargaining demands, but that .the owners "did not increase their offer by one cent during the past three days; they continued to try to bust this union." ; John Thompson, executive director of the NFL Management Council, said in New York the players association had indeed made changes, but also had increased the number of their demands. ' "We had expected them to give a little. And they did give some, but they took in some areas too," said Thompson. "What we received Thursday we might have been able to see as an opening bid, but not for Juan Marichal Makes Successful Return To Help Sox Stop Orioles League ·Leaders inmnmntnnnran AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (240 at bats)-Carew, Min, .374; Hargrove, Tex, .333. RUNS-^-Ystrzmski, Bsn, 67; D.Allen, Chi, 67; Rivers, Cal, 65. , , RUNS BATTED iN-Bur- roughs, Tex, 80; D.Allen,' Chi, 74. . H I T S -- Carsw, Mm, 152; Scott, Mil, 122. DOUBLES-iRudi,-' Oak,'. 27; Burroughs, Tex, 25. ., . .TRIPLES-- Riyers, Ca!,. 9; Otis, KG, v7; Darwin, Min, 7; Campaneris, Oak, 7, v HOME ·' RUNS^D. Allen, ' CM, 2«.;- Mayberry, KC, 19; R.Jackson, Oak, 19. · S T O L E N : BASES-North, Oaki 40; Rivers, Cal, 28. -PITCHING (10 Decisions)-G. Perry, Cle, 15-5, , .750, 2.0J Fingers. Oak, 7-3, .700, 2.71. STRIKEOUTS-N.Ryan, 'Cal, 219; BIyleven, Min, 154. : NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (240 ' at ' bats)-Garr, Atl,' .366;iZisk, Pgh, '.321; Garvey, LA, .321; "." . . . ^ RUNS^-Morgan, - Cin, :· 74; Bench, Gin. 73; Wynn, LA, 73. RUNS BATTED IN-Schmidt, Phi, 83; Ceden'o, Htn, 82. HITS-Garr, Atl, 160; D.Cash, Phi, 136; Garvey, LA, 136. · .: ' · DOUBLES-- Stai'gell, Pgh; 27; Cardenal, Chi, 25. . ' Atl,, .M; "It's good to be back." v Juan jMarichal, shunted to the disabled list "with a back ail- tllll !l!llll!1ll.lpl|l[|||iF!llll!ll!llll!ll!Jlll!|!![lll !ll|!|ll!ll!nil!l Illll Illlti Fast Pitch Softball iii!iinii!!ii!!!ii!niiiiii![iiiiinniniiM!iii! ilium iiiiiNiniiiiiiiiiiii The Washington County Observer advanced to the semi-finals of the men's fast pitch softball tournament held at City Park while the -City of Fayetteville eliminated ' Auto Parts from the tournament. ·The Observer claimed a 12-11 over. Dandy as : Dean 'Tisdale picked up the victory in' rcliel and Russ Ogle was chargec with the loss. David Beckham paced the Observer with threr hits in five trips to the plate while ( Norm . Debryin . doublet and homered; Ed Yer'ton pace thej losers with a triple and .a single. The Cityiot: Fayetteville boun ced Auto 'Parts 9-1. John Miller was the' - winner .and Budgie Harris the loser. Rod Lewis wa t three-for-four for the winners while teammate Bill Boudrey went two-for-two. . ' tnent for nearly two months, ejoined - the. .Jiving Friday night'. ' · . ' · " · ' . ' · · ' · Reactivated earlier in the lay, the 35-year-old right-hand- r with the distinctive high kick pitched- six innings of : solid re- ief, stopping Baltimore an two jits and leading the Boston Red Sox'to.a 7-5 victory 'over .1 h e Orioles. : , . . It was the 24lst career victory for Marichal, purchased by Boston during -the winter after 14 years of meritorious service with the San Francisco Giants, and his first triumph since May 15. . . .. "I feel g o o d , very giiod," Marichal said. , Elsewhere · in the American League; the Oakland A's edged the Chicago White Sox 3-2, the California Angels trimmed the Minnesota Twins, 3-2 in a game halted by rain in the seventh inning, the Kansas City Royals stopped the Texas Rangers 4-0, the Detroit. Tigers, beat the Milwaukee. Brewers 4-1 and t h e Cleveland Indians pounded the New York'' Yankees 8-2. ' · ' . . A's 3, WHITE SOX 2 Sprinter Herb Washington, with two out in the eighth, stole second, 'then scored the winning run on a single by Reggie Jacki son. ' 7 j. f " C t 1st .Inning barge ; Sinks Travs 52 - SHREVEPORT, :La ; . (AP.) -A flurry of runs in the first inning helped give the Shreyeporl Captains a 5-2 victory, over the Arkansas Travelers in a Texas League game here Friday night; The loss pushed the Travs 3'/4 games behind the Victoria n Toros, who won a 7-4 decision over Alexandria. , : The Travelers challenge the Toros in a three-game series opening in Victoria tonight. The loss to Shreveport applies extra pressure. The Travelers are in a spot where they need to take Illl two of three games in Victoria to stay in contention. Tnw, .TWHol holrf tho T r a w . elers to only four hits Friday night and Kent Jacobson hit a three-run homer in the first inning to lift the Captains to victory. ;:' · J a c o b s o n ' s homer, h thirteenth, came after . Sam Mejais opened the game with ; triple, Gary Martz reached first on -Dari 1 Loomer's two-out error and .catcher George Vasquez singled Mejais home. The Travelers scored in ^tl sixth on Rudy Kinard's doub and i a single by Joe Llndsey. Monte Bolinger popped his sixth homer of the year in the ninth, but by then it was too . l a f o Dick Allen slugged a two-run mer In the seventh for Chiago.':' ' " ' · ANGELS 3, TWINS 2 F r a n k ' Robinson, Bruce ochte and Bobby Valentine de- vered run-scoring singles in e fourth inning : and the Anels held on to "win a game hich was called during the top alf of the seventh inning be- ause of rain. · , .. . : . The wet conditions caused numerous displays. ROYALS 4,.RANGERS 0 Briles and S t e v e Mingori earned to shut out Texas on 10 its, with Briles posting : the )pth victory. of his career, and aingori coming on to retire the inal two batters. TIGERS 4, BREWERS 1 Dave Lemanczyk, making his rst major league start, earned with Detroit relief ace 'ohn Killer to stop Milwaukee m 'lye hits. Lemanczyk left after facing one man in .the he amount of .time .we have :een negotiating." One of the new demands owners were most upset about was back' payment 1 to all strikers dating to the beginning of train^ irig camp. The money.issue and ; what Thompson termed a "direct attack" on .the office of Commissioner Pete Rozelle were two major stumbling blocks' in negotiations. Thompson said the two sides were about $36 million apart, with the players asking for an additional $40 million in: comparison to the owners offer of $4 million. . - : In Rozelle, the NFLPA is attacking the man who stepped in to settle the 1970 strike. However. Rozelle has not been able to take any part in this year's negotiations. The players association has modified its demands in this area up to the point of including Rozelle in the settlement of disputes and to use instead an outside arbitrator. ; . · :. Thompson described the owners as "disillusioned, but resolute" in their determination to keep a united front, and Thompson said he did'not see much hope for optimism when talks resume Tuesday. Curry said the 17 modifications made by the players BEATING THE RUN DOWN PLAY ... Pete Rose, Cincinnati left fielder, races home with San Francisco Giants catcher Dave Rader in hot pursuit. Rose was, safe at the plate after evading a rundown between home and third when teammate Joe Morgan grounded to first and Rose attempted to come home. Watching at right is Giant hurler Ed HaZzcfci; T h e Reds w o n easily 9-4. · · · · · . - , · · (AP-Win-photo) Pirates Edge St. Louis 3-2 Homers Kill Phils included the concession that Rozelle, could have the same rights as his counterparts in other sports to govern over what he called the "Integrity of :he game." ig one Killer i eighth, and Hitler preserved the ictory by striking out four men in two innings. INDIANS 8, YANKEES 2 Buddy Bell cleared the bases vith a third-inning double to lelp Cleveland on its way to ictory over New York and for. mer Indian pitcher Sam McDowell, 1-5. HOMERS KILL 3-42 Everybody makes mistakes- even Steve Carlton. The Philadelphia Phillies' ace made two of them Friday night and the Montreal Expos hit them out of the park en route to a 3-2 victory. "I- don't think he wanted to Racing Group Will Join Computer Bank WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. (AP) -- The state Racing Commission said Friday it wanted to throw make that pitch, mistakes," but pitchers Willie Davis said of his third-inning homer that gave the Expos a 1-0 lead. "If pitchers didn't make mistakes, : hitters would be in trouble." Bob Bailey, hit Carlton's second mistake for a home fun in the sixth. In the other National League games, the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 3-2 in 14 innings; the Los Angeles Dodgers nipped the San Junior Girls' Tourney Held Tanna Lee of Fort Smith won first place in the 18-hole flight of the Fayelteville Junior Girls' Invitational golf tournament at Fayetteville Country Club Fri- affiliate with a proposed computer :; bank system that Dave Hill, Tom Weiskopf Match Course Record With 65's In Pleasant Valley SUTTON, Mass. (AP) -Dave Hill's putter is acting a little strange. "I'm making the long ones arid ones, missing the makeable Hill said Friday after windless weather, arid Sncac matched par 71. At 140 were Dale Douglas and George ny Wadkins, who won this even! day. The tournament drew' 35 contestants. Runner-lip to Miss Lee was Lucy McNair of Fay_etteville. Golfers from Fayetteville also finished first and second in each of the other four divisions. In the nine-hole championship flight, Helen Hudson was first and Donna Stewart second. Karen Talbot won the nine-hole B 'light and Lynn Fitzgerald was second. In the six-hole flight, Judy Gyles and Carolyn Trumbo finished onetwo. Karen Brooks captured the four-hole title, would provide data on racing and racing.personnel. The computer system initially would provide information only on thoroughbred, racing, but later would. " elude all eluding greyhound. The state legislature would have to approve about $3,000 annually for the commission's participation in the system. Total cost would be .based on revenue the state receives from be expanded to types of racing. in- taking a two-shot lead in the second round of the $200,000 Pleasant Valley Golf Classic. "But I know what it is," he said. "On the long ones I'm trying 'to get down in two. just lagging and some of them are going In. "On the 15-footers, the ones I the track. Affiliation the system with Evelyn cond. Hart placing se- A.OHver, Pgh, 9, HOME RUNS-^Wynn, LA,' 24; Schmidt, Phi, 23. ' - . ' -, . . ,. STOLEN, BASES-- Brock, StL, 66; Morgan, Cin, 43. PITCHING (10 Decisions)-- messramtK, LA, 12-2, .857, 2.24 John, LA;' 13-3, .813, 2.58. STRIKEOUTS-Carlton, Phi, 1C7| Missrsmth, LA, 146, would, among other things, facilitate licensing- of track em- ployes, the commission said. Through the system, track officials could check the backgrounds of persons applying for a license. Commissioner Joe Melton of Lonoke said that because the racing business has mushroomed so fast in Arkansas it is vital to have quick access to this type information. Louis Derteen, manager of Southland Greyhound Park at West Memphis, said a 3.16 per cent increase in attendance had been recorded at Southland this year, plus a 12 per cent increase in the mutuel handle. should make, my Adam's apple is heating my brains out. I'm choking that much. And they aren't going in." Hill dropped four putts of 20 eet or more--and holed put a 160-yard shot from the fairway for an eagle two--on his way to a course record-matching 65 on Ihe hilly, 7,119-yard Pleasant Valley Country Club layout. Tom Weiskopf, playing about five minutes behind the skinny,' 37-year-old Hill, also had a 65-remarkable enough on the surface but even more so due to last year had tal of 141.. Club course: Dave Hill Tom Weiskopt Jerry Heard Jim Weichers J.C. Snead Dale Douglass Vic Regalado Lee Elder George Johnon Ken Still Billy Ziobro Jim Marshall Lanny Wadkins a 69 and a to 69-65--13^ 71-65--131 68-70--13! 7 2-67--13! 68-71--13: 71-69--14 68-72--14 70-70--14 71-69-14 71-70--14 72^69-14 70-71--14 72-69--14 liego Padres 2-1 and the Cin- innati Reds routed the San 'rancisco Giants 9-4. ; - ... PIRATES 3, CARDINAL? 2 Richie Hebner singled hom» run with two out in the 14th nning to give Pittsburgh ' its ictorh over St. Louis. DODGERS 2, PADRES I ' Bill Buckner singled twice, cored once and drove- In. the ecisive run, leading Los Ange- es over San Diego.'The victory vas the Dodgers' 14th in a row ver the Padres, 11 of' them, his season. : Don Sutton, 9-8. got the victp- ' ry. Mike Marshall came on in relief after the first two San Diego batters in the ninth ·cached Sulton for singles, vlarshall pitched his way out of the jam to record his 15th save of the season. REDS 9, GIANTS 4 Cesar Geronimd hit- a triple and a home run, and Cincinnati erupted for four runs ' in the ihifd and fourth innings to rout San Francisco. Geronimo's leadoff triple was the big blow in the third, which included run-scoring singles by Pete Rose and Ken Griffey off loser Ed Halicki, 1-4, who con : tributed to the rally with a pair of errors and two wild pitches.'. Geronimo's homer triggered the fourth-inning uprising, with Ron Bryant taking over after a walk to Rose. Tony Perez' run- scoring single and Darrel Chah- cy's two-run double concluded the scoring. Lee Brothers Winning Matches HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) -- 5tan and Louis Lee, brothers 'rom Heber Springs, each won Iwo matches in the Arkansas State Match Play Golf Championship Friday to advance to today's quarterfinals. Stan Lee, a former champion, defeated Hot Springs city champion Dane Harris JK 2-1 and later beat Don Shock of Conway 1-up on the I9th hol» Friday. Lee faces Jerald Barnett of Pine Bluff in the first round today. Lewis Lee meets Steve Holden of Pine Bluff in the first round today. Lee defeated Kelly Kirkpatrick and Bo Baumeis- tef,'both ot Fort Smith, to.ad- ance to the quarterfinals, irkpatrick is the state medal lay championship. In other quarterfinal match- s, Jack Ramer of Little Rock lays Sug Wilson of Hot prings, and Bohby Baker of 'ordyce is matched against 'atrick Pinson of Little Rock. the fact his longest putt was three feet--and was alone in second at 136, six under par second at 136. six under par. "I played very, very well," said Weiskopf, who didn't make a bogey and missed only one green. 'I'm very satisfied with my play. I'm back in the golf tournament." It was another two strokes back to . Jerry Heard, vyho strung together five consecutive threes at one time but double- bogeyed the 17th after driving into the deep rough. He finished with a 70--138. Jim Wechers and J.C. Snead followed at 139. Weichers had a 67 in the hot, muggy almost Bass Tourney Planned For Arkansas River By AUBREY SHEPHERD TIMES Outdoor Writer . The fourth of several qualifying tournaments for the title of Mr. Bass of Arkansas is to be held August 18 on the Arkansas River. T h i s is a buddy tournament -- b r i n g Red Ball Transfer Members of the Red Ball Transfer Little league team for-1974 were (bottom row, left to right) Gary Johnson, Jon Marian, Sandy Smith, Steve Haley, Bobby Thompson, Erf Gayer, Scott C o x , David Green and Andy Clark; top row: Coach Dennis Krue- gcr, Brent Cox, Bobby Li(1!e, Kevin Jordan, Trent Cox, Blake Kinsey, Don Goff, Wayne Jones and Coach Johnny Walker. (TIMESpholo by Ken Good). Malvern Collects State Crown SPRINGDALE -- The s t a t e L i t t l e League baseball tournament w a s c a p t u r e d by Malvern here Friday night by a 5-2 victorv over Pine Bluff. Malvern now travels to St. Petersburg, Fla., to represent Arkansas in the southern regional playoffs. . In the consolation game, Crossett defeated Rogers, 8-7. TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Safes and Service New * Uwd Anttnnw Ctltr » IlKk * WMU ·*xtri · T«w«r BULLETIN NEWPORT -- Fayetteville College Club advanced to t h e semifinals of the State American Legion Tournament Friday with a 9 8 win over Newport College .Club trailed by as much as four runs in t h e game, but Mark Prenger tied the score at 7-7 with a three- run homer and the Dairymen scored the winning runs In the seventh on a double-by Larry Atha and RBI singles by Rick Karnbach and Bob Stephens. Gary Atha got the win f o r Fayetteville, and Lawson Os burn picked up a save. Fayetteville plays BIytheyille at 1:30 today, with the survivor meeting the loser of the Ft Smith Kerwin's-Camden game at 7:30. , VAUGHN/ BATTERY Jf CO / TSI-MM 751-7»27 7I1-USJ 5'/4% 6 3 /4% We hare » savings program and interest rate to meet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. But Avenue your own partner -- and t h « , 1 'ee is $25 per boat. The top :en finishers automatically · qualify to (ish for the t i t l e of Mr. Bass in October. For 'urther information w r i t e 1 BASS Line Pro Shop at 5900 Baseline Road in Little Rock. Top boat wins $200.00. August 24 the Second Annual North Little Rock Jaycee Bass Tournament is to be held on the Arkansas River from Burns Park. First prize in this one Is $400.00 and the entry fee is £30.00 per b o a t -- bring your o w n partner. If the tournament has 100 boat entries, another $200.00 will be given to first place. For more information write to North Little Rock Jaycees, c-o Jeral Howard, 306 South Longfield in North Little Rock. 72116 or.call 836-4370. COMPLETE LINE of BUILDING MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS DISCOUNT PRICES BANKAMCRICARD-MASTER CHARGE WELCOME DELIVERY SERVICE I ALSO I NEW HOMES AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS ET.LEY BROTHERS LUMBER .00. 2401 NORTH GREGG ONWmTowmhipS Not* G;»95 Phone 442-2351

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