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Thursday, August 29, 1974
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For The First Time, Broyles Disappointed By GRANT HALL TIMES Sports Edilor . For the first time since his Arkansas Razorbacks reported Tor preseason practice, Coach Frank Broyles walked off the Astrolurf looking glum Wednesday. * "It \vas ... rather slow today," he understated. "We didn't get TMuch accomplished." Asked the reason, Broyles said, "I've been in coaching for 27 years, and I don't know why. If I did, I'd correct it." : Wednesday's workout was the Razorbacks' 17th in nine days, but the first of one-a-days. Broyles acknowledged that it was the first bad practice. . Quarterback Mike Kirkland missed the practice with a sprained right wrist, and halfback Tommy Woods sat out with a sprained left ankle. "The doctor thought Kirkland would be well by now," said Broyles, "but we'll just have to wait until he feels better. · Kirkland suffered t h c . i n j u r j Saturday morning. Woods hurt his ankle Tuesday. B r o . y l e s said he hoped both would be able to scrimmage this Saturday. ;· Bo Busby, who sprained Ills back eight days ago. did some running Wednesday and said lie would be back in pads today Asked if he'd ever hivt his back before, Busby said, "No, ant I ' d o n ' t ever want to hurt if again." !. Elijah Davis and Garnet Smith were listed as alternatt jecond-teamers at left halfback Vcdnesday. Davis moved over rom fullback, and Smith limply moved up. THREE KULCHERS One player who may have rouble moving up is linebacker Don Fulchcr. It is his misfor- une- lo he competing against Dennis Winston and Billy Burns or the 'weak,' or 'Willie 1 line- jacker , position. Fulchcr is currently on the third team, That's one notch lower than is brother Hon. but a notch ligher than h i s b r o t h e r lidiard. Don and Ron are twins, and Richard is a year voungcr. All three made all- slate at Bcnton. Richard is a inebacker and Ron an offensive guard. Asked which of the three is ,he fastest over 40 yards, Don said, "It's close between Ricl and me. He's run a 4.8 a n d I've done a 4.9." Naturally, it was Ron who started the first three games of last season. R. C. Thieleman 3f Houston tiien won the star ling job at right guard and has held it since, although the battle was close in the spring. Ron and Don played undei f o r m e r Razor/back Geralc Gardner at Benton. "He'i coaching at Nacogdoches, Tex. now," said Don. "I really likei him." Asked how he thought tin Razorbacks would do agains Southern Cal, Don hesitated am then saidi "I'm not going t say we'll win. But I will sa there's a lot more enthusiasrr about the game this year." Soviet Tennis Aee Happy Over Her No. 3 Seeding In U.S. Open Competition . F O R E S T HILLS, N.Y. (AP), -- Olga Morozova is agonizing over a badly-sprained left ankle, but is in ecstacy over her No. 3 seeding for today's opening of women's play in the 'U.S. Open tennis championships.' "I'll play," said the dark- haired Russian. "How well I will play I don't know, but I will try. I won't withdraw." ,. Mrs. Morozova, who ups_et Billie Jean King at Wimbledon before bowing to Chris Evert in the final, twisted her ankle try- Ing to run for a ball in the semifinals last'week of the Wom"en's Grass Court Championships at Newport Casino in Rhode Island. The Soviet ace, whose ankle is laced with tape, drew Martina Navratilova of Czechoslovakia as her lirst-round op-, ponent. ' ' Mrs. Morozova, seeded eighth here last year and a third- round loser to Helga Masthoff, would like nothing more than a chance at top-seeded Chris Evert in the finals this time. The iuck of the draw could give her the rematch of Wimbledon's final -- if her ankle doesn't let her down and she can get past second-seeded Bil..lie Jean, likely to be,her quar- ··· terminals opponent. Miss Evert, meanwhile, will 1 keep her record of never playing a U.S. Open singles match 'anywhere except in center . court when she opens today's play a'gainst Gail Chanfreau ol ' France. She also will be trying ' to extend her current string o! 52 straight matches without a loss. The men's singles seedings withstood their test wef ; Wednesday, the first of 12 days - of - world-class tennis at the West Side Tennis Club. . All of the eight seeded mer who competed -- led by defend Ing champion John Newcombe -- advanced to the secon round. Newcombe, the No. 2 see' "rushed Ramiro Benavides Bolivia 6-2, 6-0, G-l in a cente court match. Benavides was ast-minute opponent for Nev combe when Leif Johansson b came one of three Swedes wh ailed lo show up. Ken Rosewall, the 39-year-ol Australian who lost to Jimm Connors at Wimbledon, pr .ected his No. 5 seed with a 6-(}, 6-1 triumph over fello Aussie Colin Dibley. Rosewall, who won here 1970,', scrambled for his mate against Dibley after only a fe day's preparation because ,Vorld Team Tennis playo commitments. Connors, favored in the men iracket but still recuperatin rom a stomach ailment th 'ofced him to default in t Eastern Grass Courts cham pionship, was scheduled for match today with Jeff Bor wiak. Stan Smith, who shares t ranking with Connors in the] United States but is seeded third here, has a late-day date in the grandstand with Jaime Fillol. As A's Trim Brewers, 3-1 Catfish Gets Win No. 20 By ALEX SACHARE AI' Sporls Writer Catfish Hunter has been a 20\me winner in each of the ast three seasons, and cdncsday night the ace right- intier of the Oakland A's ined that select circle once ^ n with a 3 - 1 victory over e Milwaukee Brewers. Hunter joined Boston's Luis ant as the only 20-game win- ers in the majors on the Player Tries Law ATLANTA -- Greg Marx, the tlanla Falcons first-round raft choice in 1973, abruptly ft the National Football eague team to accept a law 'lopl scholarship at Notre lame, his alma mater. Tyrer Traded KANSAS CITY -- Offensive ackle Jim Tyrer, a 13-year vet ran of the Kansas Cily Chiefs r as traded to the Washington ledskins for three undisclosed ilure draft choices. strength of a pair ol home runs iy Reggie Jackson. Jackson's first homer of the light, a 420-foot shot into the ight-center-field bullpen lead- ng off the seventh inning against Jim Colborn, 8-11, gave Hunter a 2-1 lead. JacKson then cd off the ninth with his 26th of he year, a booming 450-foot blast to right. Hunter, 20-10, got ninth-inning .elief help from Paul Lindblad and Rollie Fingers in posting lis sixth victory'in his last seven decisions. The victory boosted the A's lead in the American League West to 5V4 game over the second-place Kansas City Royals. Elsewhere in the American League, Cleveland beat Kansas City 7-1, New York blanked Minnesota 5-0, Detroit edged California 2-1, Texas tripped Baltimore 4-2 and Chicago shut out Boston 3-0. Indians 7, Royals 1 Gaylord Perry. 17-9, pitched a five-bitter and Charlie Spikes and Rico Carty drove in two runs apiece for the Indians Yankees 5. Twins 0 Pat Dobson, 13-14, scattered seven hits and Thurman Munson homered and drove in three runs as the second-place Yankees pulled within 4'/4 games of Boston in the AL East. It was Dobson's second shutout of the season, and the Yankee hurler said he felt lie got better as the game went along. Tigers 2, Arrgels 1 Home runs by Ed Brinkman and Al Kaline powered the Tigers to victory behind the six- lit pitching of Mickey Lolich, 16-15, Brinkman's 'leadoff homer in .he eighth tied the game, then Kaline's 10th home run of the season into the upper deck in left field off rookie Frank Tanana, 9-16, untied it. Hangers 4. Orioles 2 Home runs By Toby Harrah and Jim Frcgosi powered Texas over Baltimore. Harrah's blast, his 18th, tiec the game at 2-2 in the seconc inning. Jeff Burroughs doublet home the lie-breaking run in the fiflh, then Fregosi led ofl the sixth with his 12lh homer oi the season. The run batted in boosted Burroughs' season total to 106 tops in the majors. White Sox 3, Red Sox 0 Bart Johnson blanked Boston m four singles, Bill Sharp hom- ared in the fourth inning and Bucky Dent drove in a pair of uns with a bases-loaded double n the eighth. 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