Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 3, 1974 · Page 4
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Pagfe Pour HOPE (ARK.) STAR Tuesday, September 3, 1974 Orioles nip faltering Red Sox By HERSCMEL NlSSENSON AP Sports Writer Boston bats were ailing and the faltering Red Sox managed a grand total of five hits — two of them bunts — in dropping a doubleheader to the surging Baltimore Orioles by twin 3-0 scores. However, the Sox held onto first place in the American league's East Division by one game over New York Monday when the Yankees split a twin bill with the Milwaukee Brewers, winning the opener 3-1 but dropping the nightcap 3-2. Baltimore is only three games out. Elsewhere, Chicago's Wilbur Wood became a 20-game winner for the fourth year in a row as the White Sox rallied to beat the Kansas City Royals 6-4 in 10 innings, the Oakland A's edged the California Angels M and the Minnesota Twins trounced the Texas Rangers 93. Cleveland and Detroit were rained out. The Orioles stretched their longest winning streak of the season to six games and extended Boston's slide to five in a row when Ross Grimsley hurled a three-hitter in the opener — Bobby Grich's fourth- inning homer off 20-game winner Luis Tiant was the only run — and Mike Cuellar went him one better by firing a two-hitter in the nightcap. Paul Blair's bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the third inning enabled Cuellar to outduel Bill season at six games by taking the opener behind Rudy May's four-hit pitching, but the Brewers built a 3-0 lead in the nightcap on an RBI single by ex- Yankee Mike Hcgan and Tim Johnson's two-run single and held on behind Tom Murphy's clutch relief pitching. In the New York ninth, Ron Blomberg's single and Roy White's double put runners at second and third with none out. But Elliott Maddox flied to short center and, after an intentional pass to Bobby Murcer, Graig Nettles fouled out and Lou Piniella grounded to second, when Pedro Garcia made a diving stop. White Sox 6, Royals 4 Wood survived a 13-hit Kansas City attack and became the first White Sox pitcher ever to win 20 games four years in a row. Jorge Orta's two-run double in the 10th inning provided Wood's triumph after a two-run pinch double by Ron San 10 capped a three-run rally in the eighth that erased a 4-1 Kansas City lead. A's 6, Angels 4 Home runs by Reggie Jackson and Joe Rudi highlighted Oakland's .and increased the A's lead in the AL West to 8'/4 games over Kansas City and Texas. Frank Robinson and John Doherty homered for California. Twins 9, Rangers 3 Joe Decker pitched a six-hitter and Eric Soderholm, Craig Kusick and Tony Oliva hom- ered for Minnesota. Toby Harrah_Wt his 19th homer for Texas. Seven of them have come against the Twins. Hope Star Sports Pirates and Phillies both mad Oakland nip 49ers National League scores: San Francisco 5, Los Angeles 4; Houston 4, Cincinnati 3; Pittsburgh 7-11, Philadelphia 4-1; Atlanta 8-4, San Diego 2-0. The Montreal-fit. Louis and New York-Chicago games were rained out. Memphis wins over Florida Yankees 3-2, Brewers 1-3 The Yankees equaled their longest winning streak of the The Hope Booster Club will have a "Meet the Bobcats" night at Hammons Stadium Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. Coach Lawrence Hutson and other staff coaches will be introduced to the public along with the players. Afterwards, the Bobcats will hold a work-out under the lights. Fans will get their first glimspe of the Bobcat brochure which will go on sale for the first time. The brochure will have a brief run-down on each player along with their picture/ Everyone is urged to buy theirs early for there is only a limited supply. All parents and boosters are urged to attend their first look at the 1974 Bobcats. By F. T. MACFEELY Associated Press Writer JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Memphis quarterback John Huarte brushed off questions about the passes his receivers dropped and summed up the Southmen's 16-13 World Football league victory over Jacksonville Monday night by saying "we completed them when we had to." He hit running back John Harvey with a 21-yard pass and wide receivering Roger Wallace with an 18-yarder in a 67-yard drive for the Southmen's winning touchdown midway in the fourth quarter. That, along with the power running of Harvey, James Jennings and Willie Spencer, made up for Huarte's meager 7 completions for 19 attempts. The well-traveled Huarte's average would have been glowing if receivers hadn't dropped four perfect tosses. But the happiest player in the Memphis dressing room was defensive back David Thomas, a rookie from Texas Southern and former high school star at Jacksonville Raines High School. His interception and 60- yard run back in the final minute shut off the Sharks' last threat. "Everybody I knew in high school was here," Thomas beamed. "It was really a home- Baseball Scores i By The Associated Press • National League • East • W L Pet. GB | Pittsburgh 72 63 .533 — |St: Louis 69 65 .515 2% fPhilaphia 66 69 .489 6 •Montreal 61 70 .466 9 |New York 60 71 .458 10 '•Chicago 55 75 .423 MMs ; West jLos Angeles 84 50 ,627 — {Cincinnati 81 54 .600 3& 'Atlanta 75 61 .551 10 •Houston 69 65 .515 15 ;San Fran 61 74 .452 23te |San Diego jso 86 .368 35 1 Saturday's Games 1 San Francisco j, at. Laws 2 ' Nnu/ Vnrlr R Atlanta K San Francisco at Los Angeles, N Only games scheduled American League Boston New York Baltimore Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit Oakland Kan City Texas Minnesota Chicago California East WHL 72 62 71 63 69 65 65 66 65 71 62 71 West 78 57 69 65 70 66 67 68 66 69 52 83 Pet. .537 .530 .515 .496 .478 .466 .578 .515 .519 .496 .489 .385 GB — 1 3 5% 8 9M: — 8te 8M: 11 12 26 j Cincinnati 10, Montreal 3 j Philadelphia 10, Houston 6 | Pittsburgh 4, Los Angeles 3 j Only games scheduled i Sunday's Games • Philadelphia 8, Houston 1 I New York 3, Atlanta 0 i Montreal 2, Cincinnati 1 | St. Louis 8, San Francisco 1 • Chicago 4, San Diego 1 i lx>s Angeles 6, Pittsburgh 2 ; Monday's Games i Pittsburgh 7-11, Philadelphia 4-1 : Atlanta M, San Diego 24 ; Montreal at St. Louis, ppd., rain New York at Chicago, ppd., rain San Francisco 5, Los Angeles 3 Houston 4, Cincinnati 3 Tuesday's Games New York (Matlack 11-10 and Seaver 8-8) at Chicago (Bonham 11-17 and Detorre 1-1), 2 Montreal (Rogers 12-18 and Walker 2-4) at St. Louis (Curtis 8-12 and McGlothen 15-8), 2, twi-night San Diego (Freisleben 9-9) at Atlanta (Capra 12-7), N Philadelphia (TwitcheU 6-7) at Pittsburgh (Hooker 10-10), N Cincinnati (Kirby 9-8) at Houston (Roberts Ml), N San Francisco (Bryant 3-13) c <;s Angeles (Ra.u 12-6), N Wednesday's Games New York at Chicago Montreal at St. Louis, N Cincinnati at Houston, N Saturday's Games Milwaukee 6, California 5 Minnesota 6, Boston 2 Detroit 7, Oakland 3 Baltimore 3, Kansas City 2 Texas 2, Cleveland 0 New York 18, Chicago 6 Sunday's Games Oakland 5, Detroit Minnesota 9, Boston 6 New York 7, Chicago 5 Milwaukee 3, California 1 Baltimore 7, Kansas City 1 Texas 10, Cleveland 3 Monday's Games New York 3-2, Milwaukee 1-3 Baltimore 1-1, Boston 0-0 Cleveland at Detroit, ppd., rain Chicago 6, Kansas City 4, 10 innings Oakland 6, California 4 Minnesota 9, Texas 3 Tuesday's Games Cleveland (G. Pen, i/-a and Bosman 5-3) at Detroit (Holdsworth 0-2 and Lagrow 8-15), 2, twi-night .Chicago (Kucek 0-0) at Kansas City (Dal Canton 8-7), N California ORyan 17-14) at Oakland (Holtzman 16-13). N Minnesota (Blyleven 23-15) at Texas (Hargan 10-8), N Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games Milwaukee at New York Boston at Baltimore, N Cleveland at Detroit, N Chicago at Kansas City, N California at Oakland, N Minnesota at Texas, N coming. The most important thing was that we won, but that interception did cap it, with all my friends in the stands." Memphis Coach John McVaey said Jacksonville's blitzing defense cause the Southmen some trouble "but our three running backs did a good job." The victory kept Memphis two games behind unbeaten Birmingham with a 2-2 record in the Central Division. Jacksonville dropped to 3-€ and deeper in the Eastern Division cellar. Sharks Coach Charlie Tate not only had his team's inability to win the close ones to worry about. He also lost defensive back Ron Coppenbarger, perhaps for the season, with torn knee ligaments. "We're still trying to get consistency at quarterback," Tate said. "Kay Stephenson put us in the game with his passing but, unfortunately, the two interceptions at the end took us right out of it." Pro Football By The Associated Press World Football League Eastern Division W L T Pet. PF PA New York6 3 0 .667 204 141 Florida 630 667 162 119 Philaphia4 5 0 .444 219 168 Jackson 360 .333 159 165 Central Division Birmham9 0 0 1.000 234 138 Memphis 720 .778 262 188 Chicago 720 .778 252 215 Detroit 0 9 0 .000 145 254 Western Division S. Calif 5 4 0 .556 206 178 Houston 3 5 1 .389 82 158 Hawaiians2 7 0 .222 166 264 Portland 1 7 1 .167 116 219 Monday's Results Memphis 16, Jacksonville 13 New York 24, Philadelphia 16 Portland 18, Detroit 7 Birmingham 8, Florida 7 Chicago 32, Southern California 22 Thursday, September 5 Philadelphia at Jacksonville, national television Friday, September 6 sFlorida at New York Southern California at Detroit Houston at Memphis Hawaiians at Portland Saturday, September 7 Chicago at Birmingham SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A pair of passing bombs — one which connected and one which didn't — for all practical purposes decided Monday night's National Football League preseason game between the Oakland Raiders and the San Francisco 49ers. Oakland emerged with a 20-19 victory, thanks to a 74-yard scoring strike from Ken Stabler to Cliff Branch that turned things around. An unusual drop of a Steve Spurrier bomb by Gene Washington late in the game proved costly to the 49ers. 49crs. As a result, the Raiders take a 4-1 pre-season crecord into Saturday's Berkeley clash with the New York Jets. The 0-5 49ers host the Los Angeles Rams Sunday. For a while, upset seemed a possibility. A stout San Francisco defense smothered Stabler and a pair of Tom Wittum field goals gave the 49ers a 60 lead late in the second period. Stabler then uncorked his bomb to Branch, who grabbed the ball on the San Francisco 36 and outraced cornerback ;K Bruce Taylor to the end zone. George Blanda's conversion made it 7-6 at the half. Razorbacks practice indoors FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Rain and cold weather forced the Arkansas Razorbacks to practice indoors on Labor Day. "It was just too cold and wet to practice outside," head football coach Frank Broyles said. "We worked primarily on polishing our offensive and defensive assignments," Broyles said. The Razbrbacks drilled for 2% hours, spending much of the time running plays. Of last week's scrimmage, Broyles said he was happy with the way the entire first team offensive line looked. He also said the first and second team defense showed much promise. Junior quarterback Mike Kirkland has not practiced in 10 days due to a wrist ailment. He is to report to the doctor Tuesday for an X-ray. Stabler completed 13 of 21 passes for 181 yards. Saturday's Games Philadelphia 24, New York Giants 21 Atlanta 23, Baltimore 7 Minnesota 14, St. Louis 10 Dallas 25, Kansas City 16 Denver 27, New England 21 Houston 37, Chicago 20 New Orleans 24, New York Jets 7 Los Angeles 30, San Diego 16 Sunday's Game Cleveland 21, Cincinnati 17 Monday's Game Oakland 20, San Francisco 19 Thursday, September 5 Pittsburgh at Dallas, N Friday, September 6 New York Giants at Buffalo, N Baltimore at Washington, N Cincinnati vs. Green Bay at Milwaukee, N St. Louis at Kansas City, N Saturday, September 7 u New York Jets vs. Oakland at Berkeley, Calif, Cleveland at Detroit, N Miami at Chicago, N New Orleans at Houston, N San Diego at Muwesota, N Sunday, September 8 Los Angeles at San Francisco Philadelphia at New England, N Atlanta at Denver, N Trvelers end season LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Arkansas Travelers officially ended their 1974 Texas League season on Labor Day when their baseball doubleheader with Alexandria was canceled because of rain. The Travelers had won 75 games and lost 59 this year. The rain that forced the can- celation was not unusual for the season. In fact, it was the 12th rainout at Ray Winder Field this year. Team spirit wins dual Swiss need CONCORD Calif. (AJP) Team spirit had a lot to do with the United States' 198-145 victory over East Germany in a dual meet for world supremacy in swimming, says John Naber, who ended a seven-year world reign of men backstrokers by East Germany's Roland Mathes. "There is such a thing as psychology in swimming," the 18-year-old University of Southern California student said after the two-day meet ended Sunday. Seven world records fell and two were tied in the meet at Concord Community Park pool. U.S. men won all 15 of their events with 1-2 finishes in seven of the 12 individual races and a 119-61 point margin. East Germany won 10 of 14 women's events and held an 8479 edge, but U.S. girls took second in 10 of the 12 individual races. The diving scored separately, went to the United States 24-2. Tim Shaw, 16, of lx>ng tieach, Calif, was the meet's only triple winner, capturing the 200 400 and 1,500 freestyle. There also was sort of NFL neighborhood battle Sunday, with Cleveland beating Cincinnati 21-17 on Billy Pritchett's two-yard touchdown run with 30 seconds left in the game at Columbus, Ohio. A key play on the drive that led to the winning touchdown was Don Cockroft's pass from punt formation on a four down with 10 yards to go on the Cleveland 48 yard line. The loss was the first in five games for Cincinnati and left Pittsburgh, 5-0, as the only unbeaten team in exhibition play. Denver and Los Angeles are tied with Cincinnati for the second best record. Denver beat New England 2721 Saturday night on a one-yard touchdown plunge by reserve quarterback John Hufnagel in the final quarter. James Harris, also a sub quarterback, passed for two fourth-quarter touchdowns ,as^ Ijos Angeles beat San Diego 2016. In other Saturday action, Minnesota beat St. Louis 14-10; New Orleans downed the New York Jets 24-7; Philadelphia edged the New York Giants 2421; Atlanta topped Baltimore 23-7; Dallas defeated Kansas City 25-16; and Houston trounced Chicago 37-20. By ALEX SACHARE AP Sports Writer The Pittsburgh Pirates' 7-4, 11-1 Labor Day sweep over Philadelphia left some bad feelings among a couple of the Phillies. "We're going to get even," vowed Philadelphia second baseman Dave Cash, who was struck in the batting helmet by a pitch during the eighth inning of ihe nightcap. "And if nobody else on this team will throw the ball, I will." Kison said the pitch to Cash a fastball, slipped from his hand because of a chronic blister on his middle finger. He said he talked briefly with Cash after the game and that Cash didn't indicate any anger. Elsewhere in the National league, San Francisco beat las Angeles 5-3, Houston edged Frisby wins Oil Belt EL DORADO, Ark. (AP) — Cliff Frisby, a senior at Memphis State University, shot a two-day total of 140 to win the championship flight of the 49th Annual Oil Belt Invitational Tournament Monday. Frisby fired a one-under-par 70 in both days of the 36-hole golf tournament at the El Dorado Country Club to win $125 in prize money. John Unger of Magnolia and Larry Knox of Crockett, Tex., tied for second place. Each had a 144 total. Defending champion C. W. Knauts of Piggott took third place with a 145. Fourth place went to Carroll Rasl of El Dorado, who shot a 146. Coming in fifth were Sug Wilson of Hot Springs and Bill Cook of Camden. Each had a 148. Jerry Johnson of Little Rock shot a two-day total of 149 to win the president's flight. Cincinnati 4-3, Atlanta swept a pair from San Diego 8-2 and 40, and Montreal at St. Louis and New York at Chicago were rained out. Pittsburgh's victory boosted its lead in the NL East to 2% games over St. Louis, which was rained out, Willie Slargell had two homers, a double, two singles and drove in five runs in Monday's doubleheader. Pittsburgh outfelder Richie Zisk's grand slam homer highlighted the nightcap. It was his third homer in five games. Jerry Reuss scattered eight hits in notching his 15th victory in the opener, while Bruce Kison and Ramon Hernandez combined on a three-hitter in the second game. Mike Schmidt hit a three-run homer for the Phils in the open er. It was his 34th homer of the year, tops in the majors. Astros 4, Reds 3 Doug Rader's sixth-inning homer, his 15th of the season, turned out to be the winning run for Houston and prevented the Reds from gaining ground on Los Angeles, which retained its 3%-game lead in the NL West. After Rader's homer gave the Astros a 4-2 lead, the Reds nearly tied the game in the seventh. Pete Rose and Joe Morgan singled, and both runners moved up when Gross misplayed Morgan's hit. Johnny Bench then doubled to left, scoring Rose, but Morgan was thrown out at the plate. Giants 5, Dodgers 3 Two-run homers by Ed Goodson and Chris Speier in the sixth inning and a solo shot by pitcher Jim Barr in the seventh powered the Giants to victory. Barr, 11-8, scattered seven hits in addition to belting his first career home run. Braves 8-2, Padres 2-0 Two home runs by Dave Johnson and one apiece by Darrell Evans, Ralph Garr and Dusty Baker powered Atlanta to its sweep as Phil Niekro pitched a four-hitter in the opener and Ron Reed a three- hitter in the nightcap. Johnson and Evans homered in the opener,-while Johnson, Garr and Baker each blasted home runs in the second game. American League scores: New York 3-2, Milwaukee 1-3; Baltimore 1-1, Boston 0-0; Chicago 6, Kansas City 4, in 10 innings; Oakland 6, California 4, Minnesota 9, Texas 3. Cleveland at Detroit was rained out. 3 4 5 6 7 8 Solunar Tables The schedule of Solunar Periods, as printed below, has been taken from Richard Alden Knight's SOLUNAR TABLES. Plan your days so that you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during these times, if you wish to find the best sport that each day has to offer. A.M. Major Minor 6:20 uate Sept. Da y MUesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 7:05 7:55 8:45 9:40 10-35 12:30 1:20 2:10 3:00 3:50 4:45 P.M. Major Minor 12:55 1:40 2:30 3:20 4:10 5:05 6:45 7:30 8:20 9:10 10:00 10:55 I got Boy for you!" •If His name is Jim at Tate Auto and for my money, he 's what they had in mind when they started calling Dodge Dealers (( the Good Guys in the White Hats"Jim just about bends over backward to make sure you get the best deal possible, along with the assurance of expert service later on. Now, that's what being a Good Guy is all about! 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