Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 10, 1974 · Page 4
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Page Four HOPE (ARK.) STAR Tuesday. September 10, 1574 Yankees rap Sox, lead East by one V By KEN RAPPOPORT AP Sports Writer Usually a tough town for the Yankees, Boston was a nice place to visit Monday night as New York beat the Red Sox 6-3 and look a one-game lead in the American league East pennant race. "I knew we'd win a game here some day," raid New York Manager Bill Virdon after the Yankees snapped an 11- gamc losing streak at Fenway Park. The victory was the Yankees' first in Boston since July 31, 1973 and only their second there in 22 appearances since the 1972 season. The Baltimore Orioles also won at a crucial moment, beating the Milwaukee Brewers 6-5 in 11 innings Monday night. The victory boosted the Orioles into a second-place tic with Boston in the hot East race.. In the other American league games, the Oakland A's look a doubleheader from the Kansas City Royals, 3-0 and 70; the California Angels beat the Texas Rangers 4-1 in the first game of a doubleheader before losing the second 5-3; the Cleveland Indians downed the Detroit Tigers 7-1 and the Minnesota Twins defeated the Chicago White Sox 4-1. Chris Chambliss and Elliott Hog coach expresses concern FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Coach Frank Broyles expressed concern Monday about the progress of his Arkansas Razorbacks' defense. "We are having a hard time getting the defense ready for the opener," Broyles said. The football squad worked on game situations Monday in preparation for Ihe opening game with Southern California Saturday. Broyles said the Hogs would do the same in today's drills and lhat they also would work on goal line situations. He said injuries to the offensive team have been costly and several players are doubtful slarlers Salurday. Those players are Doug Yoder, Teddy Barnes, Mike Kirkland and Tommy Woods. MadfJox each drove in two runs, helping New York beat Boston. George "Doc" Medich, 18-12, was the winning pitcher with eighth-inning relief help from Sparky Lyle. Medich gave up two runs in the inning, one on a homer by Carl Yastrzemski, before Lyle came to the rescue. Orioles 6, Brewers 5 Bobby Grich singled with two out in the lllh inning and eventually scored the winning run on a wild pitch by Tom Murphy, giving the Orioles their victory over Milwaukee. The Brewers tied the score at 5-5 on Darrell Porter's grand slam home run in the ninth inning off Reynolds. A's .1-7, Royals 0-0 Vida Blue hurled a two-hitter and Catfish Hunter a four-hitter, pitching Oakland to a sweep of their twi-night doubleheader against Kansas City. The sweep moved the A's 6% games ahead of Texas in the American League West. Blue, 15-14, struck out five and walked only one, while Hunter posted his sixth consecutive victory and raised his record to 23-10. Angels 4-3, Rangers 1-5 Chuck Dobson, stopped Texas on seven hits in pitching California's first-game victory. Roy Howell's first major league home run triggered a three-run Texas rally in the fourth inning and the Rangers went on to beat California in the second game. Indians 7, Tigers 1 Oscar Gamble's first-inning, two-run homer triggered a three-run rally and Dick Bosnian pitched a three-hitter to lead Cleveland over Detroit. Twins 3, White Sox 1 Home runs by Harmon Killebrew and Steve Braun in the eighth inning powered Minnesota over Chicago. Hope Knife Star Sports Bringing down a Panther by one's self can he somewhat of a chore as this unidentified Hope Bobcat latches on to an Ashdown ball carrier. Clay O'Steen (27) avoids a blocker as he moves into to put the finishing tackle on the —Bennett Wood photo with Star camera ball carrier. Ashdown defeated Hope 17-0, but the Bobcats will be looking forward to this week's game as they take on the defending Class A state champs. The game will be at Prescott with kick-off time at 8 p.m. By ED SHEARER AP Sports Writer ATLANTA (AP) - Ara Parseghian called it "a test for us to see how much damage was done through all our losses." His Notre Dame team, reeling from the loss of eight potential starters survived the test Monday night with a 31-7 na- tionally televised football victory over Georgia Tech, but lost two more front line players in the process. Running back Art Best was sidelined with a broken jaw and linebacker Sherman Smith left with torn ligaments in his left knee as problems continued to mount for the defending nation- ST. LOUIS (AP) — The St. Ix)uis Cardinals have announced plans to recall pitchers Ray Bare and John Denny and first baseman Ed Kurpiel from their Tulsa farm club after the team finishes its American Association playoffs with Indianapolis. Bare had a 12-4 record and Denny was 9-8 for Tulsa. Kurpiel baited .252. Cutdown day hits NFL training camps —Hope (Ark.) Star photo by Roger Head It's not really a ball in the eye, only the camera angle makes it appear so. Ronnie Miller of Hope takes advantage of the cool weather to prepare his game for the upcoming tennis tournament sponsored by the Parks and Recreation Department. The tournament will be held September 20-22 at Fair Park. Registrations are being accepted at the rce and at the Parks office By FRANK BROWN AP Sports Writer "The Turk" made his big appearance Monday at National Football League training camps across the country. Oh, he's called other names as well,, nol all of Ihem printable, but whatever terminology is used, he is relentless. No door can impede his charge or keep him from grabbing marginal players and turning their dreams into memories. The Turk is culdown day. NFL rosters, bloated to 70 and 80 players until now by Ihe players association strike, had lo be at 47 by 4 p.m. loday. Some of Ihe deparlures hardly would raise eyebrows in surprise. Names like Lincoln Minor, Herschel Strickland, Tommy Thibodeaux and Jim Schneitz appeared on waiver lisls al NFL headquarters to be processed into further obscurity. Others were less expected viclims of The Turk's assault. The New York Gianls waived defensive back Willie Williams, a 10-year veleran who once was a mainstay in Iheir secondary. The Ballimore Colts discarded SamHavrilaknasixi year veteran, and Joe Schmiesing — a seven-year veteran defensive tackle who started for last year's learn. And Ihe invasion on many Sports Shorts ANAHEIM (AP) - Sally Parker, a major league coach for 16 years, says he doesn'l plan to retire even though the California Angels have said they don'I plan to rehire nun for 1975. "I slill wanl lo work," said Parker, 61. An infiekler, Parker broke into organized baseball in 1930. yet never played in the majors. He w as the playing manager of Shrevepori of Ihe Texas League, where he also pitched three games. Parker coached with the Sati Francisco Giants, 1958-tii, and weik .0 the Cleveland Indians in 1%2 He later scouted or i uui hed for Pittsburgh, Hous- .011, .he New York Me is and .tii An,,.-Is fronts was nol yel over by Ihe early morning hours. In George Allen's Washington Redskin camp, 20 players tossed and turned awaiting The Turk's return. The Kansas City Chiefs waived 14 players Monday bul had 16 lo go as Ihe sun rose. Coach Dan Devine faced another 15 cuts to bring the Green Bay Packer roster to the limit. Maybe offensive tackle Glen Ray Hines saw The Turk coming lo Ihe Pillsburgh Steelers training sile al Carlisle, Pa. The nine-year veteran, who starled all of Pittsburgh's games last season, announced his relirement early in the afternoon. al collegiate champions Despite it all, Parseghian said, "I think we're going to be a pretty solid team. We'll get better as the season progresses." The Irish, ranked No. 3 in The Associated Press preseason poll, were forced into a comeback role when Tech methodically marched 68 yards to score after the opening kickoff. Notre Dame cashed in a fumble recovery at the 14 for the tying touchdown, went ahead on freshman Dave Reeve's 22-yard field goal and established control with a goal line stand that closed the door on Tech's last chance to regain the lead. Tom Clements, a brilliant quarterback, then picked apart Tech's secondary with six pass completions for 83 yards in a drive that produced a touchdown in the final minute of the half for a 17-7 Irish lead. Notre Dame spoiled the coaching debut of Pepper Rodgers, who left UCLA last year to return to Tech, where he once played quarterback. Rodgers had said earlier that Tech "didn't build its football reputation by beating Notre Dame. " He said Monday night, "They're too good for us. I didn't schedule them. I never would have." After Tech's 7-0 lead on an eight-yard scoring pass from Rudy Allen to Jimmy Robinson, Notre Dame drew even when Wayne Bullock slashed over from cthe two following a fumble recovery at the Jacket 14. The Irish jumped ahead 10-7 on Reeve's field goal eight seconds after the second period began, and'got the padded lead they needed on Clements' seven-yard scoring toss to Pete Demmerle late in the half. Bullock got another touchdown on a one-yard plunge following a fumble recovery at Tech's 22 and Al Samuel capped an 80-yard fourth period march with an eight-yard scoring run. CLEVELAND (AP) - The Cleveland Cavaliers named Charlie Strasser, a minor league baseball trainer, to fill their trainer vacancy Monday. Ron Culp had left the Cavaliers to accept the trainer position wilh Ihe Portland Trail Blazers, another National Basketball Associalion team. Rookie pitches Dodgers to win Notre Dame Stings 'Jackets By ALEX SACHARE AP Sports Writer Geoff Zahn, a 27-year-old rookie with the Los Angeles Dodgers, pitched a four-hitter for the first complete game of his major league career, stopping the Atlanta Braves 4-1. Fred Norman, a 32-year-old veteran of 14 seasons of organized ball, made his first start since Aug. 18 and allowed just four hits before leaving the game after being hit by a line drive in the sixth inning in pitching the Cincinnati Reds to an 8-3 triumph over the San Diego Padres. The victories left the Dodgers 3% games ahead of the Reds in the National League West race. Elsewhere in the National League, Chicago beat Pittsburgh 9-4, Philadlephia blanked St. Louis 2-0, San Francisco topped Houston 8-6 and New York defeated Montreal 7-1. Dodgers 8, Braves 1 Of the four Atlanta hits off Zahn, only one was hit really well, a double by Dusty Baker down the left-feld line in the fourth inning. Steve Garvey belted a two- run homer and Ron Cey had a three-run blast to pace the Los Angeles attack. Trevino captures Series AKRON, Ohio (AP) - Lee Trevino happily, successfully put one troublesome course behind him and is ready to assault another one — Augusta National. "I think I have a very good chance to win the Masters," Trevino said after his not-so- sudden-death playoff victory over Gary Player Monday in the World Series of Golf. "It's just like everybody has been telling me — I just have to make up my mind to do it," he said. "I now think I can play any course in the world." It was a marked turn-around for the talkative guy from El Paso, Texas. For years he'd been convinced there were two courses he could not play: Augusta National (the site of the Masters in Augusta, Ga.) and Firestone in Akron, the site of the World Series. He'd said Augusta wasn't suited to his game and, from time to time — including this year — skipped that famed tournament. It was one of the big no-show stories in the world of sports. And he said the 7,180 yards that make up Firestone were just too much for him. Reds 8, Padres 3 Cincinnati took an early 24 lead, but consecutive homers by Rich Morales and Johnfty Grubb in third inning put the Padres in front 3-2. Home runs by Tony Perez, his 24th, and Dave Conception, his llth, highlighted a four-run fifth inning outburst for Cincinnati. Cubs 9, Pirates 4 Jose Cardenal and Andre Thornton blasted homers for the Cubs, and Dave LaKoche came on in the eighth inning to preserve the victory for Steve Stone, 7-5. When LaRoche was summoned, the Cubs were nursing a 6-4 lead and Pittsburgh had the bases loaded. Phils 2, Cards 0 The Cards failed to take advantage of Pittsburgh's loss and remained 2% games behind the Pirates in the NL East by losing to Philadelphia 2-0 as Jim Lonborg fired a two-hitter. Lou Brock failed in his effort to record his 104th stolen base of the season and tie the all- time record held by Maury Wills. Giants 8, Astros 6 The Giants broke a 3-3 tie with five runs in the eighth inning. Tito Fuentes drove in the tie-breaking run with a single, Gary Matthews belted a two- run double and Dave Kingman closed-out the surge with a two- run triple. Mets 7, Expos 1 Ray Sadecki scattered eight hits and contributed a run-scoring single to a four-run fourth inning for the METS. Dave Schneck had a two-run single in the fourth and Bud Harrelson drove in the final run of the inning with a single. Davidson: period harmful JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) Arkansas State University Coach Bill Davidson said Monday that the long period of practice before the opening game of the Indians football season would not help his team. "I've never been confronted with so much time for practice before the opening game," said Davidson, whose Indians start the season against Louisiana Tech Sept. 28 at home. "We had thought about letting the players off for three or four days, but they voted...to work a little each day just to stay in shape." The scheduled season opener was postponed Saturday night at Lafayette, La., because of a hurricane warning. It has been rescheduled for Nov. 29 at 7:30 p.m. The Indians went through a 45-minute running and conditioning session Monday Connors, King capture U.S. Open Tennis crowns Baseball Scores By KAROL STONGER AP Sports Writer FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) — Jimmy Connors and Billie Jean King took enlirely different routes to the winner's circle in wresting U.S. Open tennis championships from Australian players. "It was the best tennis I've ever played in my life ... I did everything well. I think that's what it lakes to beat Ken Rosewall," said Connors. "1 really thought Evonne was goiru; to win there for a while. Until the last point, to be exact," said Miss King.' Connors whipped the two- time Open winner from Australia, 6-1, 6-0, 6-1 Monday in the most lopsided men's final in the D3-\ car history of the grass court classic. Miss King won her fourth trophy in an erratic comeback over Australian Evonne Goolagong, 3-ti, 6-3, 7-5 The victories were worth $22,JOO apiece and marked the first >wcep i>\ Americans since Stan Smith and Miss King won in 1971 Au>.,raluuis John Ntwcombc .uui Margaret Court took the ti- li-s last \ear Newcoiube U'Wi-ii M Kosevvull m the seuu- iiiuils Sumlu.v.. and Mrs Court i.-iiiaiiu-i.l in Australia U» awai: the birth of her second child. Connors, the 22-year-old left- hander, said he started the day so eager that it scared him. "I was so high," he said, "that at one point I was afraid I'd come down. I tried to stay calm. I could feel my heart beating in my shirt." Rosewall, at 39, is recognized as the classic player in the game, but Connors established himself as the current king of tennis. He won 11 straighl games and look only one hour, eight minutes lo win his Ihird major tille of Ihe year and increase his season earnings lo nearly $200,000. Miss Goolagong, who at 23 was seeking her first UMS. Open crown, had lurned back a de- termined lop-seeded Christ Evert in a resumed semifinal malch. Bui she was not so fortunate against the seasoned 30-year-old Miss King. "I wasn't sure I was going to play well after yesterday's match," Miss Goolagong said. "I was afraid it would be a big letdown, bul I knew I was playing against an experienced player." "I was in a daze out there during the last set," said Miss King. "I was really lucky. I just said 'stay in there.'" She did and won Ihe malch Mann- at love. "That is why I can't understand why people call her Ihe old lady," said Evonne. "She certainly doesn't play like it." By The Associated Press National League East Pittsburgh St. Louis Philaphia New York Montreal Chicago Los Angeles Cincinnati Atlanta Houston W L Pet. 76 64 .543 74 67 .525 70 71 .496 65 73 .471 61 77 .442 57 81 West 88 52 . 85 56 . 78 71 64 69 413 629 603 549 507 San Fran 65 76 .461 San Diego 51 91 .359 Monday's Games Chicago 9, Pittsburgh 4 T f\c- A n rf nlnti D A f Inn * n 1 GB 2Vz 10 14 18 1% 11 17 23 Ms 38 Ix>s Angeles cisco, N at San American League East W L Pet. New York 75 65 .536 Boston 74 66 .529 Baltimore 74 fifi sw Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit Oakland Texas Kan City Minnesota Chicago California 69 70 67 75 65 76 VJact f? cai 82 61 76 fifl 70 70 70 56 70 71 72 87 .496 .472 .461 .573 528 ,v£A) .500 .496 .493 .392 Fran- GB 1 1 5% 9 10% — 10V4 11 26 Solunap 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 sporl that each day has to offer A.M. Major Minor 10 11 12 13 14 15 Date Day fuesduv Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturdaj Sunday 12.50 1:45 2 40 ;M!O 4:25 6:10 7:35 8::JO 9:25 ID: 15 11:00 P.M. Major Minor 12:25 1:25 2:20 3:15 4:10 4.55 7:10 8:05 9:00 10:00 10:40 ll;30 Cincinnati 8, San Diego 3 New York 7, Montreal 1 Philadelphia 2, St. Louis 0 San Francisco 8, Houston 6 Tuesday's Games Pittsburgh (Kison 7-7 or Ellis 12-9) at Chicago (Reuschel 1310) s Los Angeles (Sutlon 14-9) at Allanta (Morton 14-9), N San Diego (Palmer 2-5 or Mclnlosh 0-1) al Cincinnati (Gullett 15-10), N Monlreal (McAnally 6-13) at New York (McGraw 6-7 or Webb 0-0), N Philadelphia (Ruthven 8-11) al Si. Louis (Foster 7-9), N San Francisco (Caldwell 13-3) at Houston (Roberts 9-11), N Wednesday's Games Chicago at Montreal, 2, Iwi- mghi Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, N Atlanta at Cincinnati, N St. Louis at New York, N Houston at San Diego. N' Monday's Results Cleveland 7, Detroit 1 New York 6, Boston 3 1 Minnesota 3, Chicago 1 California 4-3, Texas 1-5 Oakland 3-7, Kansas City 0-0 Baltimore 6, Milwaukee 5, 11 innings Tuesday's Games Detroit (Lolich 16-17) at Cleveland (Peterson 8-11), N New York (Dobson 15-14) at Boston (Tiant 20-11), N Chicago (Kucek l-l) at Minnesota (Albury y-8), N Baltimore (McNally 14-10) at Milwaukee (Champion 10-3), NC Kansas City (Briles 4-5) al California (Tanana 10-17), N Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games New York at Baltimore, 2, iwimghl s Boston at Cleveland, N Milwaukee at Detroil, N Oakland al Minnesota, N Texas al Chit-agon N Kansas City at California, N

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