Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 15, 1974 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 15, 1974
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10 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thun., Aug. 15, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS . I'M Bulldogs Report For First Workout One hundred Fayetteville Bulldog football candidates were .on hand at Harmon: Field Wednesday to greet new FHS Coach Doyne Davis. "We had about 50 sophomores and SO varsity players." said Davis. "We hoped !o have a few more for the varsity, but the sophomore group is encouraging. There's a lot of ability there." The Bulldogs worked out in helmets and shorts for two hours in the morning and two hours in the afternoon. "There were scared to d^ath this morning," said Davis. "They've had three head c o a c h e s in three years, and .didn't know what to expect. But things got a little livelier this afternoon, after they saw t h e r e was going to be some teaching and learning, and not just i lot of hollering and screaming." Three players Davis i! counting on had to miss the first day's workouts. "Keitl Striegler is recovering from a car wreck, Chuck Pearce is getting over a horse-riding wreck and Al Eason is sick,' said the new. coach "We've also lost two players for the season in Dennis Kelly and Mike Bien." Kelly was stepped on by bull, and Bien was injured In a car accident. Bien is a 205 pound senior transfer fronr California; The afternoon practice on the old Babe Ruth field ended witr wind sprints and dashes up an down a hill on the south end The hill-climbs quickly took th form of races, with the cpache: stationed at the top RS judges Among the winners were quar terback Lawson Osburn, full back Brian Ricks and c e n t e John McCuteheon. ; McCutcheon's brother Dick who will leave shortly for foot hall practice at North Texa State, commented, "They loo small. The sophomores look a big as the juniors and seniors But give 'em some biscuits, an 1 ' they'll he all right." Quipped Davis, "All we nee is size, speed and exnereience. --GRANT HALL New ABA Coach Name SALT LAKE CITY -- Jo Mullaney, coach of the Amer can Basketball Association' Utah Stars, was named coac of the ABA's Memphis Soun after the Utah Stars announce his release. Rangers Die With Their Boots On; Royals Whip Detroit Tigers 9-1 y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Texas Rangers died with leir boots Wednesday night. They made a lot of base-run- ng mistakes and lost a 6-5 de- sion to the Milwaukee Brew's. .' ·.. .,·'.·-· · - .'··· ·;';· Three of r their runners; were irown out trying- to steal sec-: di another was out-.trying;to o from first to third o n - a ngle and still another was ailed at home. Even an attempt suicide queeze blew up in the "angers' faces. "That's the first time I've een anything like that." said Milwaukee Manager Del Cranall. Milwaukee catcher Darrell 'orter was responsible for a lot f the Texas frustration. He hrew out the three runners try- ng to steal, tagged one out sliding home on a great throw rom right-fielder Dave .May and contributed a. big double jii he eighth; · ''...- vi ,.',.p;' "It's the be'st .' game -.-'I've played this year," said Porter. In other American League games, the Minnesota Twins edged the Cleveland Indians 1!; the Baltimore Oriole; stopped the Chicago White Soj 5-4: the Kansas City Royals vhipped the Detroit Tigers 9-1: he California Angels blanked the Boston Red Sox 5-0 and the New York Yankees trimmed the Oakland A's 4-1. Porter doubled home the ty- ng run in the eighth Inning and scored on Tim Johnson's pinch single to provide Milwaukee's win;' r '": ' ? ' Tr i f · · ?· t j XTwlns'l^lnaians 0 Led r by the combined four-hit pitching of Joe Decker and Bill Campbell, Minnesota · blanked Cleveland. The Twins scored their run in the top of the seventh when Glenn Borgmann hit a fly to deep left field, scoring Bobby Darwin from third. Orioles 5, While Sox 4 ' , Brian Downing's run-scoring iingle in the eighth inning lifted Chicago over Baltimore. Bill Melton, leading off the eighth, was hit by a pitch from Doyle Alexander, 5-9. He was sacrificed to second and scored on Downing's single. . Ken Henderson drove in the first Ihree" Chicago runs with a first'Inning single and a two- run homer in the sixth, his 14th.- Royals 9, Tigers 1 Steve Busby fired a five-hitter and Kansas City scored six runs in the first inning, three on Tony Solaita's. homer, and went on to defeat Detroit. The victory was the Royals' sixth in Anyone,Could Win Hartford WETHERSF1ELD, Conn.! (AP) -- "The man who wins here," said Gary Player, "will nave a freak week." Player, winner of the Masters and British Open and probably the No. 1 performer in pro this season, was assessing ,'his chances in the $200,000 Sammy Davis Jr.-Greater Hartford Open. The 72-hole chase began today oh the tiny, 6,553-yard, par 71 Wethersfield .Country Club course with Player, PGA champion Lee Trevino and defending champion Billy Casper heading the strongest field this tournament has ever had. "In a national championship event, in one of the major tournaments," .Player, continued, "you can take the 10 best players and be pretty sure they'll finish in the top 10 positions. "Here, with the .course so short, with the greens so good you can pick a name out of thi lat. Anybody could win. Any |ood player. "You're only going to be hit ting'wedges to the greens. Thi ;reens are the best we play 01 the tour. It's all going to conn down to putting ... ." Despite the unusually pessi mistic attitude by Player, Hi little rancher from Johanns burg, South Africa ranked as c co-favorite with Lee Trevino fo the $40,000 first prize. The veteran Casper, defend ing title-holder and a four-tim Hartford champion, counts him self out of consideration thi year because he says he ha been playing badly. Trevino, on the other ham exuding the old-time con fidence, is pumped up and fu of enthusiasm after last week' victory in the PGA, : leir last seven outings, whil 10 Tigers have dropped five o leir last six. Angela 5, Red Sox 0 R o o k i e Frank Tanan topped Boston on seven hits itching the California Angel o a 5-0 victory over the-Red ox. Tanana, 8-14/.-hurled .-h'is rst shutout of the year and his lurth victory in his last .five ecisions. Yankees 4, A!s I . Elliott Marjrtox doubled home vo runs in a three-run eighth ining, leading New York over akland A's. National League scores: New 'ork 3, Los Angeles 2; Chicago . Houston 5; San Francisco 6 'hiladelphia 4; Atlanta 6, Mon real 1: Cincinnati 3. Pittsburgh and St. Louis 5, San Diego 1. Fast Pitch Softball D11_ LARD'S Burger Chef emerged as thr vinner of the losers bracket in he women's fast pitch softoal ournament and then proceeded o defeat McClinton Brothers, he winners bracket champs, wice for the tourney crown, tournament action was held at he City Park ..Wednesday evening. , . . ' - 7 . . 7 ^ .'. r .'.^*', · - . . . . , In the first game Freda-Kar- 1 pitched Burger Chef to a !2-5 victory. Penny Pabst was the loser while Karlin aided her own cause with two doubles. Becky Acker paced McClinton Brothers witli two doubles. Burger Chef won the second and deciding contest 15-11. Karlin was again the winning pit cher, this time in relief ol Paula Berridge. Penny Pahs', was the loser. Pattie Jennings was impressive at the plate for Burger Chef, \yitl). two. hits; including a...triple; '.five ..RBIs and five runs. from the winner and. runner up trophies, McClinton Brothers was awarded the sportsmanship .trophy. Tonight will feature the finals of's fast pitch tournament. 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