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10 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, Aug. 23, 1974 FAYETTEVILLC, ARKANSAS Thinks He Can Break SB Mark Bench Says Brock "Unbelievable" CINCINNATI (AP) -- Johnny Bench thinks Lou Brock can do «. "I honestly didn't think Maury Wills' record would be broken, but Lou's made a believer out of me," said the Cincinnati Reds All-Star catcher. "It will be truly unbelievable II he does it," tribute of Broc! said Bench in 's ibid to erase .the all-lime season stolen-base .-record. Brock is closing record that many of baseball's old guard said would remain out of reach Tor years. The St. Louis Cardinal star has BG sleals, well ahead of Wills' record pace in 1962. He needs IB steals in the remain- Ing 37 games mark. to crack the "I'm glad he's out of our' hair," said Bench. The Reds ind Cards do not meet again this regular season. Bench won the lasl outing in ,heir duel of hare-and-hounds- manship. "I got him the last two times we played St. Louis." recalled Bench. "But all told, he's got more on me than I've got on him," said the strong-armed Oklahoman. considered by many as one of the best defen- sivie catchers in history. "He's a true artist in every sense of the word," said Bench. "He's not the fastest guy in baseball, yet he developed his thing and does the most with 1." Brock leads his closest rival, U.S. Open Net Event Begins Next Week Joe Morgan of the Hods, by 35 sleals. I don't see anything slopping Lou. He's proven he's durable. The guy is 35 years old. But I don't know what's going through his mind right now. "There's a combination ol things involved. First, the Cards are in a lough pennant race, so he has to be thinking team first. Second, he has to avoid any slump. He has to get on base to sleal." said Bench. "His strength? He's so dar ing. And he's got his timing down to 'a split-second. Any time he gets that pitcher to give him a step, he's gone. Sometimes it will be in a pitcher's high kick, or some thing in the delivery," added Bench. The Fayetlcville Bulldogs vorked out under the lights [gain Thursday .night, and student assistant Rick McWhorler gave indication of what kind of practice it was. "I lost Patmer Overcomes 3-Puil To Stay Among Leaders NEW YORK (AP) - The draw is set for next week's United States Open Tennis Tournament and if form holds up in the early rounds, the semifinals should be something special. If the seeding prevails, Jimmy Connors and Stan Smith, who share t h e No. 1 men's ranking in this counlry, w i l l clash in one men's semifinal while Sweden's teen-aged sensation Bjorii Borg and World Championship Tennis king John Newcombe of Australia will meet in the other. Newcombe -defeated Borg for Ihe WCT ..crown. ; "; Wimbledon champion Con- tnors will open against Jeff Bu- -rowiak of Berkeley, Calif. ^Smith, seeded No. 3. starts off "'against Chilean Jaime Fillol. · 'Newcombe, seeded s e c o n d , ~6pens against Sweden's Leif Jo- l:Iiansson and Borg meets West ^."Germany's H a r o l d Elschen; broieh in the first round. '. Among the women, top-seed -ed Chris E v e r t , Connors' "fiancee and also a Wimbledon -"champion, drew Gail Chanfreau ""of France for a first-round op ;;ponent. Also in Miss Evert's di- Ivision are Australia's Kerry "Melville and Yvonne Goola igang. ;;, In the other half of the worn ·fen's draw, second-seeded Billie '"Jean King opens with Isabel .--Fernandez of Columbia. Includ- --fed in Ms. King's division is "Russia's Olga Morozova, whc beat her at Wimbledon, a n d ^Virginia Wade of Great Britain ;;;, The roster of players who "'will compete at Forest Hills · when the tournament gets un ~9er way next Wednesday reads "like a tennis who's who. Among Tthe men playing in Connors' di ».vision is sixth-seeded Tom Ok ,'fcer of the Netherlands, Jai T'Kodes of Czechoslovakia and ^Alex Metreveli of Russia. In -eluded in Smith's division an "Spain's Manuel Orantes am ^-American Dick Stockton. ^ Arthur Ashe of the Unitei ;States is in Newcombe's seclioi jand Australia's Ken Rosewal ^.and Marty Riessen of the -United States are in Borg's d "'· The $275,000 event offers ten Unis' richest payoffs w i t h botr ^the men's and women's single ^champions collecting $22,500, ;;S5,000 ring and a new automp 'bile. It also will be an histori ^tournament, the last one playec "on grass at the West Side Ten ·-'his Club. «- Charles Tucker, chairman o '"the Club's Open commiltee, an 2'iounced at Thursday's dra '..that six of the main courts a ;Foresl Hills will be converle ;to a clay-type surface befor ;the 1975 competition. ~ The reason for the con Aversion, Tucker raid, is the di · ficulty in maintaining a goo Cturf during August's hot weath Ter. The conversion will cost be U\yeen $150,000 and $200,000 an jjvill leave Wimbledon and th ;main cities in Australia as th Oast grass court holdouts. Team Play Super InASU HARRISON, N.Y. (AP) -- A] two-foot pull that wouldn't drop--followed immediately by an 18-inch putt that missed-kept Arnold Palmer from sole possession of first place in the $250,000 Westchester Golf Classic. The 44-year-old Palmer, who as won but one individual title nee taking the Westchester le in 1971, three-putted from '0 feet in Thursday's first 'imd, but still got out with That's four under par on the 614-yard Westchester Country ub course and just one shot ack of the group of four tied r the lead at 67. They \vere rmer Tommy Aaron, Miller arber, Dale Douglass and arry Ziegler. "I was not happy," said a rim-faced Palmer after his al- nosl incredible three-putt that ost him a double bogey on his xth hole. He came up- short with his pproach shot, then chipped up o two feet. He rallied soon after that apse, however and birdied six f his last 10 holes--he needei nly 13 putts on the small, un ulaling greens on 'those las 0. A par instead of the double ogey on the sixth would have given him the lead alone at 66 "My putting on those last 10 oles was the best I've done in long, long time," said the opular man who was trailec y the biggest gallery of the ay. Also at 68 were Jack Nick aus, Bob Murphy, Tom Watson and eight others, leaving li layers locked within one shof Camp ;.- JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) - £oach Bill Davidson o! A kansas State University Thur day praised tailback Lyle Latt -more who broke for severa Tang gains in the Indians' hi ting session. "The team play was supi and the players seem to be d veloping a little m o r e spir with each practice now," D vidson said of Thursday's pra iice. Richard Petty Favored To Win Yankee 400 CAMBRIDGE JUNCTION lich. (AP) -- Richard Felly urrently the hottest driver in auto racing, heads the entrj ist for Sunday's Yankee 40 rand National stock car even a t Michigan Internationa Ipeedway. Practice for the $80,200 Win ,ton Cup race, launching nine-race, $800,000 windup t he 1974 campaign, opened to day at the two-mile oval nilcs southeast of Detroit. Thirty-six starters will be de ermined in qualifying trial Salurday. Front-row pole pos tion contenders include Petty i Dod"ge, David Pearson in Mercury, Cale Yarhorough in Chevrolet, Bobby Allison in Vlatador and Buddy Baker in Ford. In addition to the "froi 'ive," four of whom are pre vious winners at the Irish HIT oval, the .entry list include Ford-driving Charlie Glolzbach who won the event in 1970. Pele Hamillon, no longer live in Grand Nationals, set th one-lap qualifying record i 161.309 miles an hour in Augui 1971. Because of carburetor n strictions, however, Sunday Vo. 1 starter may have to sett] r or about 156-157 m.p.h. to ge the honor. Petty, who won the Moto State 400 at the track in Jum is wheeling toward his best se; son in the sport in a 17-year e« reer that already has nette him $1.75 million in prize moi ey. Beaver Level The Beaver Lake level stoo at 1116.79 Friday down from T h u r s d a y ' s reporte 1116.94. Engineers at the da site report that the generalo: are not currently in use. C O U P O N -FOR THE FAMILY . . Ken's Pizza Parlor 409 WEST DICKSON FOR 2 Order Three Pizzas - Pay For Only Two? ^19 Coupon Redeemable at KEN'S in Fayerteville cadi other at Ihe top of tin anrtings. Leading money-winner John Miller and defending cham on Bobby Nichols were twi rokes out at 69. U.S. Open lampion Hale Irwin, cominj. a seven-week break, birdiec s last tsvo holes for a 70 anc as t i e d with Torn Weiskopf uth African Gary Player ha 71. PGA champion Lee Trevin not competing. Ziegler, Barber, Aaron, an ouglass all had to put togeth some last-hole heroics to es pe the huge group at 58. Bulldogs Enjoy Spirited "Workout Assistant Coach PHILADELPHIA AP) - All- Star dcfensermm Barry Ashbee, his career cut short by an eye Injury, has been named as an assistant coach of the Stanley Cup champion Philadelphia Flyers. announcement made Thursday by general manager Keith Allen, means the Flyers become (lie lirst National Hockey League team to employ two assistant coaches. ·oicc ami got kicked in eg," he said.' The latter affliction happened during the Bulldogs' first expo sure to Coach version of the Doyue Davis' thrce-on-lhrec drill. "You ought to know better near the players going ' on'," said ban to get when that's secondary Coach Joe Kretschmar to his apprentice. Said offensive line Coach Tom WcKinney, "I'm as tired as il ['d been out there blocking. Bui we had a great practice. Oui line came off the ball really well. We're about to convince them they can whip people who are bigger than they are. "You know : the old saying: 'It's not the dog in the fi^ht, but the fight in the dog.' " McKinney singled out tackle Bobby Davis, guards, Steve Eason and Joey Hodman a n c tight end Larry Atha Cor specia praise. He also mentioned Stevt William Jones. (The Bulldogs have two Steve Joneses. One is.called "City" and the other "Country.") "We wanted wanted to hit to sec who little." sak Davis, "and the players were ready. We put the best agains the best, and that made for i lot of enthusiasm. It was th closest thing we've had to a scrimmage situation." Davis got as excited as ani of the players or coaches. "I'w been hollering for nine years .nd this is Ihti lirst lime I've ome close to getting hoarse," e said. Former Porker Arrested After Drug Sale PITTSBURGH CAP) - A jandiclato for the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive.line has been irrcstedl and-' charged with al : tempting to sell 25,000 ampheta- mine.pills to 1 an undercover federal agenl. David- Roavis was arrested Thursday by federal officials at Ihe Steelers training camp in nearby Latrobe. .He was released on $10,000 bond furnished by the team attorney aficr a preliminary hearing before a federal magistrate here. The arrest came after Reavis allegedly sold the pep pills to an agent in Phoenix, Ariz., in March. The Steelers had no comment about the incident, other than to say the matter was; in the hands of attorney Robert Eng- cl. Reavis tried out for the Steel- ers last year and when he was switched to the offensive line, he quit.: But this year, Coach Chuck Noll said he was one of the most Improved players in camp, Reavis was a three-year letterman at'defensive tackle and end for the University of Arkansas before he was drafted in the fifth round by Pittsburgh in 1973. Marty Mary's COACHMAN Restaurant 1212 N. College Colonial Village Opening Tonight Fri. Aug. 23 Open Daily 5 P.M. til 10 P.M. Sunday Lunch 11 A.M. till 3 P.M. Marty and Mary cordially invite you to dine daily 5 pm to 10 pm and Sunday lunch from 11 am till 3 pm. We offer a lanlalizing menu, all superbly prepared for your enjoymenl. You will also enjoy a visit to our salad bar with an appetizing selection to choose from. The Coachman will feature our daily specialty -Mary's Country Fried Chicken. All selections reasonably priced. You will enjoy our warm, friendly, casual atmosphere. Plan to dine with us soon. You'll be glad you did. Members of the Kelley Brothers Little League team for 1974 were (front row, left to right) Paul Elliott, Chris Cook, Scott Rogers, K e v i n Stephens, Stephen Sims, Boh- Kelley Brothers hy Smith, Tommy Eldridge and Chad Patrick; standing: Coach Brad Jenkins, Anthony Mahone, Roger Pavelte, Scott Hauituous, Mike Rogers, Steve Gartenan, John Smart, George Flowers, John Gross and assistant couch Todd Patrick. (TIMESphoto hy K e n Good) Chicago Fire Singes Wheels 35-23 Before TV Audience YPSILANTI, Mich. (AP) --' Coach Dan Boisture s a y s his Detroit Wheels "need stability and some kind of security." They also need a victory. Thursday night the Chicago 'ire saw to it thai that didn't happen for the seventh consecutive time. The Fire took advantage of he absence of star Wheels quarterback Bubba Wyche and ieat Detroit 35-23 before a national television audience but only 10,300 patrons at Rynearson Stadium here, some 35 mile miles from Detroit. The triumph was the sixth for Chicago against one loss. "This is as good a game as we've played this season," said Chicago Coach J i m Spavital, who got a superb quarterback Virgil _ame from barter and a balanced running attack from Cyril Pinder and Mark Kellar. A 90-yard kickoff return for i second-quarter touchdown by Walter Rhodes didn't hurt, ei ther. In fact, it turned a 14-8 Chicago lead into a rout and only a pair of fourth-quarter Detroit touchdowns made the score look respectable. The Wheels, plagued by skimpy crowds, a lack of money and consequently lack of top players, have been rumored headed somewhere else--perhaps Char lotee.'N.C. "I have a feeling something will happen very shortly," Bois ture said. Detroit was out of it early, perhaps as early as. four hours before the start of the game. That's when Wyche, second- leading passer in the WFL, suffered from an inflammation of a pulled back muscle and was put on the injured list. 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