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Thursday, October 17, 1974
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Tempers Flare, Sticks Fly In Hockey Battle Hockey sticks, supposedly, are used for things like w i n n i n g faceoffs, making passes, and scoring goals. Wednesday night In Chicago ad Detroit, they were used for starling brawls and breaking noses. Black Hawks center Stan Ml- kita used his stick for the proper purpose, scoring twice in Chicago's 4:0 National Hockey League triumph over the Boston Bruins. Later in the game, though, his lumber turned into a weapon. Boston's Bobby Orr sent Mikita sprawling with a third-period check, an effort labeled a cheap shol by the veteran play maker. "We're all trying to make a living, but I guess Orr doesn't have any kids yet so it doesn't make any difference to him if he hurls me or not," Mikita said angrily, displaying a large welt above his ri'o cage from another Boston check. Mikita was infuriated by the attack, which started a high sticking incident. The action marred Tony Esposito's 47th career shutout. DETROIT WINS In other NHL. games, the De troit Red Wings defeated the Atlanta Flames 4-2, the Los An geles Kings tied the Torontc Maple Leafs 1-1. the Minnesota North Stars and Vancouver Ca rucks tied 1-1, and the Califor nia Golden Seals played to a 5- tie with the New York Rangers In World Hockey Association action, the Houston Aero hlanked the Vancouver Blazer 6-0 and the Phoenix Roadrun ncrs bombed the San Dieg Mariners 8-2. As Hapless Philly loses Again WFL Attendance Plummets Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., Ort. 17, 1974 · 17 FAYETTtVILLE, ARKANSAS ' T Contract Extended OAKLAND -- The Sxpos extended Ihe contraH o[ heir manager, Gene Mauch, lirongh the 1976 season. acques Richard sustained a rokcn nose when bashed in the ace by the stick of Detroit goalie Jim Rutherford. Rutherford clainicd he lost is balance, causing Richard's unfortunate collision with the ;oalie's slick. Richard had a lifferent opinion. "He'll get it,back somewhere along the line," Richard said. 'If be did it on purpose, lie's a darn cheap sport." ROOKIE SCORES Rookie Bill Lochcad's goal By THE ASSOCIATED PHKSS A' record low 751) fans turned out at 90,000-seat JFK Stadium on a rainy night in Philadelphia [or a World Football League game. The hapless B e l l responded by trailing all the way and losing again. The Shrcveport Steamer triumphed 30-25 Wednesday night with quarterback D.C. Nobles throwing to Rick Eher for touchdown passes of 27 and 39 yards. The second TD pass proved the winner for Detroit, vhlch also got two tallies from Vlickcy Redmond and one from -Kck T.ibctl. Bryan Hextall and Dwight Bialowis were Atlanta marksmen. Bill Flett scored with less ,han three minutes left to give Toronto its lie with Los Angeles, which is unbeaten in its first five games -- all on the road. Mike Murphy tallied for the Kings. Lou Nanne got Minnesota's goal with 7:38 remaining deadlock Vancouver. The ( nucks led 1-0 on Don Lever's goal after, two minutes of play. Steve Vickers deflected a shol past Gillcs Mcloche with just 1:18 left in the game to give New York its tic with California. Three Goklen Seals goals went in of fRangers de- fenseman, and another -which appeared to have crossed scored the winning points. "I don't know it was the World Series, the weather or what," said Philadelphia runner John Land. "But that's the smallest crowd lhal I can ever remember playing in front of." In other WFL games Wednesday night. Memphis beat Florida 25-15. Charlotte blanked Chicago 27-0, Southern California Portland edged the Hawaiians -0. SOUTIIMKN 25, BLAZEKS 15 Quarterback John Hunrtc, who had missed three games with a thigh injury, passed for 212 yards and one touchdown to lead Memphis, 14-2; the WFL Central Divison leader, to ils llth straight victory. Southman runner Willie Spencer, who has gained 788 yards, was apparently lost for the season due lo a third-period k'nee injury. He had scored on a short touchdown plunge earlier in Ihe quarter. HOUNETS 27. FIRE 0 Inspired by a strong defensive effort, the Hornets blanked Chicago before 20.333 hometown fans for the club's firsl victory in Charlolte since Ihe franchise quit New York. D e f e n s i v e .end Clarence Campbell recovered a [um )le by Chicago's R e g g i e Sanderson at the Charlotte 18 In he opening period lo set up Ihe "irsl louclulown. Hornet Don Highsmith scored on runs of two and 15 yards; Ed White had a two-yard TD: and Pete Rajecki kicked a 40- yard field goal. SUN 29, AMERICANS 25 Southern California. 11-4, clinched Ihe WFL Western Division title after quarterback Tony Adams hit 20 ot 30 passes for 310 yards and led the Sun lo Ihe come-froni-behind Iriumph in the last period. Trailing 17-11 going into the final quarter, Adams fired an 18-yard scoring pass to Keith Denson and led the Sun 75 yards for another touchdown James McAlister plunged over James McAlister's plunge over from the three-yard line. II was Ihe second touchdown ot the game for McAlisler, who lad caught a 23-yard TD pass rom Adams before the 25,247 lomelown fans. Ron Garcia boolcd a pair of ield goals for Southern California. F o r Birmingham. 12-4, Charlie Harraway scored twice. STORM 3, HAWAIIANS 0 In a comedy of errors and missed opportunities, Portland managed lo triumph on Booth Lusleg's 37-yard field goal late the Ihird period after a Storm wide receiver giiincd 31 yards on a surprise reverse. The Hawaihms. li-IO. misscc 'our field goal attempts, one a 47-yard try by K.C. Coppedae with S3 seconds remaining in the game. Iran Bidding TEHRAN. Iran (AP) - Still proud of the successful holding of Ihe .seventh Asian Games in Tehran last September, the head of the Iranian Physical Education Department, Genera' Ali- llojat, announced Wednesday thai Iran is bidding to host (he 1984 Summer Olympic Games. 5'/4% 53/4% 71/2% We have a savings program and Interest rate to meet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 20! N. East Avenue COMPLETE LINE ' of t-ls BUILDING MATERIALS QUALITY MATER!#tS at ·..;£ DISCOUNT PRICED BANXAMERICAH[. MASTER CHARGE WELCOME . . . J ! DELIVERY SERVI0'£ ALSO '··'.!:* NEW HOMES ;·£· AVAILABLE IN'^ SEVERAL LOCATIONS KELLEY ·' BROTHERS LUMBER.^" 2401 NORTH GREGG: ON WfiitTownihip Noilh Gregg-; Phone 442-2351:.;;* Ihe goal allowed, In WHA family -- line -- was not action, the Howe Mark, Marty and OPEN DAILY 9-9; SUNDAY CLOSED Papa Gordie -- accounted for one goal and three assists in Houston's rout of Vancouver and Robbie Florek scored tlircp Eoals to make the Roadrunners' _ At Detroit, Flames left win WHA debut a successful one. Arkansas Rugby Club Travels To K.C. For Annual Meeting The Arkansas Rugby Club will travel to Kansas City this weekend to play Saturday and Sunday games in the annual Heart of America Rugby Tournament. Tlie tournament, sponsored each year by the Heart Of America Rugby Football Union, will include 40 teams from Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, Illinois, Minnesota, Utah, Colorado, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Iowa. Texas. Ohio, Nebraska and Tennessee. The Arkansas : ruggers, who have been plagued-this year by schedule problems -- ' ' t h r e e matches have been upset when opponents cancelled late -- will take a relatively inexperiencec group of players to the tournament lo face some of Ihe smoothest, mosl experiencec ruggers in the counlry. Arkansas' first match at 10:3( a.m. Saturday will be againsl the St. Paul (Minnesota) Rugby Club. The tournament will be ilayed at Kansas City's Swope * which has six fields. Hatches will be played six al a lime to accomodate Ihe elimination brackets in the two-day .ournarnenl. The Arkansas Rugby Cluo played Central Missouri Stale at Warrensburg last Saturday, losing the match 19-0. making this year's record 2-2 so f a r . Favorite leams for Ihis year's tournament championship are the Kansas City Blues Rugby Club and the. Colorado Area Tourning Side. The two clubs battled into the championship round last year, with the Blues coming out on top. Other highly rated clubs this year w i l l ' i n - clude several teams from St. Louis. The Arkansas ruggers will participate in the All-Arkansas Rugby Classic the following weekend at Little Rock. The All-Arkansas tournament will include the five teams in the state -- Arkansas; Jacksonville Lions: River Citv Rugby Football Club, of L i t t l e Rock; Ouachita Baptist College Rugby Club and Ihe Westark Junior College Rugby Club. October--National Restaurant Month Tim's Pizza with Schlitz Town Country Restaurant Open 24 Hrs.--7 Days Wk. Hwy. 71 I. (Old Pincaki Houis) 521.8686 I. 2 Job nion Rd. Foye n«vitl«, AiV, BB BAR-B-QUE (3 Blocks Sonth of Ozark Theater on 71 By Pass) Dining Rooms, parry-Out, Sandwiches We Cater Large and Small Groups, Too! Ph. 442-9674 11-9 Weekdays, 11-10 p.m. Fri-Sat.-Sun.--Closed Tues. Closed Mon, at 3 p.m. Venesicm Inn Hwy. 68 West -- Tontitown Open 4-9 (Closed Sunday) BanVAra«rlcard -- Master fjiartf* CHICKEN HOUSE Serving The World's Finest Fried Chicken Hwy. 71 N. Sprhigdale HI arty Marys COACHMAN EESTAURANT 1212 N. College Colonial Village Meet your friends at the COACHMAN RESTAURANT TUES., thru Sat., 5 p.m. til 10 p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m. til 3 p.m. CHINESE . . STEAKS SHRIMPS Op*n 5'3;3Q P.M. Closed Scuiday Monday Ilishway 112 North -- Bring the Family and Dine In Comfort at the Breakfast «:3a-10:30 launch 11:30-2:00 Dinner 5:00-9:00 BUFFET 3 kinds of meat. assorted vegclables, salads, horn* made pies. Restaurant Will Ch»e Z p.m. Sunday 009 (SCOTTISH l l . INNS » ( THURS. FR1. SAT. On Health and Beauty Aids ALBERTO BALSAM COUPON 16-OZ.* ALBERTO® BALSAM Hair conditioner. Reg.orex.-body. 8-oz.*. 784 ·Fl.ozs. Good Only Oct. 16. Oct, 20,1974 COUPON Limit 2 DIAL* VERY DRY DEODORANT 97 Gel active prelection from Dial®. 9 oz,* ·-r COUPON f-^j L "*» 1 ·L TAME® '^^ CREME RINSE Good Only Oct. 16. Oct. 20,1974 78 Wilh body, or extra conditioner. 8-11: oz. size. Good Only Oct. 16-Oct, 20,1974 Xg "-» COUPON FOAMY® SHAVE CREAM CZniEIEEID 64 Menthol or Surf-Spray. Gillette® brand. 11oz.* ·Nfilwt GoodOnly Oct. 16-O«*.ZO, 1974 «--·-· COUPON COUPON COUPON COUPON NOXZEMA SKIN CREAM Limit 1 MEDICATED _ TACKLE® |2-oz.Netwt.l FOR ACNE Limit 2 12-OZ.* CHAP NO MORE® Limit 2 10-OZ. JERGENS® LOTION Keg. 1.18 _ _ ««· 1.04 Good Only Oct. lo- Oct. 20, 1974 ' Go:. Jnly Oct. 16-0cl.20,1974 Good Only Oct. 16-Oct. 20,1974 'fl.ois. TOUCH OF SWEDEN LEMON UP RINSE PERSPIRANT Good Only Oct. 16-Oct.50,1974 Fl oz - Good Only Ocl. 16-Oct. 20,1974' Fl - ozs ,- ,,, RIGHT Um " 2 GUARD® 7-OZ.* Limit2 WO MORE Neet Spray Hair Remover DEODORANT 17 Good Only Oct. 16 - Oct. 20,1974 -Nelwl. 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