Philly Damps Cards, 8-3 FAYITTIVILLIr Mu. YIMIS, SÂ«t., AIM. ' ' ''" , ' ( f ! ' , Expos Southpaw Stops Pittsburgh lly TUB ASSOCIATED PIU5SS Young Balqr.' Moore's knees should have! ho'ci'i ishakln}!,' The Pittsburgh Pirates bnbcs. loaded will) thc:nlnth inning and Montreal's Â·Â· 21ryoarÂ«pld rookie , left-hander was cliriglng to a precarious 2-1 ' The Standinp 0. J: On The Way By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League ..East W. L. Pel. G.B, Detroit ','Â· 55 44 .556 -Baltimore 53' 46 .535 2 New York 50', 47 .515 4 Boston 50- 48 Cleveland 46: 53 Milwaukee 40, 59 West 61 3 56': 43 50' 46 46 52 Buffalo Bills' running hack' 53, at lofl, and Miller Farr, 0, J. Simpson tries lo d r I y e 20, at right. Simpson picked Â· (hrougli.lhe defending arms of lip 12 yards on Ihe run In t K'e St. Louis Cards Jamie Hivers, first period action of Ihe ex- hibition game played at the ' B u f f a l o War Memorial Sla- riiiim Friday night. (AP Wire- pllOto) Boston Handles Orioles Detroit Falls To Tribe By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dick'Tidrow was a most happy fellow. After all, a rookie doesn't o.utpitcii Mickey LoLteh every day. , ' "This has to he my -best game--ever," the Cleveland Indians righthander said after hurling a 1-0 beauty over the Detroit Tigers and their ace Friday night. Detroit's' star southpaw was beaten by the home run ball- Frank Duffy's in the seventh. The loss was the fourth straight and seventh in' ivitie games for the Tigers,' who still are holding onto to first place in the American League East simply because second-place Baltimore also continues to lose: Â·'Â· . 'v : i . Â· . . . . The Orioles remained two games behind the Tigers , after dropping'-a 2-0 decision to the Boston Red Sox. ' " ' : Meanwhile,- the third-place New- York; Yankees, .eight games behind on July. 27, moved to within four of the lop by beating the Milwaukee Brewers 9-4. Elsewhere, the Minnesota Tvins stopped the West-leading 45: 55 40 60 Record Breaker Officials reach to ccngraiti- fate Kurt Â·Krumpholz, UCLA sliitlciU from Simla Clara, California, after he hctlerecl Ihe world rccoril hi the 401) mclcr freestyle even! in the U.S. Olympic .swimming rl- nls In Chicago Friday. Kriunphnli: 1 swam (lie preliminary lical In 4:00.11. The old record was 4:01.7 liclil hy Brad Cooper of Australia. (AP Wire photo) Palafox-Fre^an In Finals Of Naftal Senior Tourney HOT SPRINGS, Va. (AP) Defending champion Gus Pnln- fnx, a 48-yeiir-old teaching pro from Llltle Rock, Ark., nnd S4- year-old Bobby Rlggs of Newport Beach, Calif., met loriay for the National Seniors Clny Court tennis title. Palnfox has won the lonrna- mcnt the past two ycnrs, both times whipping Rigg.i In the finals. In Ilia doubles finals, it W"" Pnlnfox and Jny Freeman, also of Little Unck, ngnlnsl Rlggs and lloherl nrnmhnll of Lake I-'oicst, I I I , I'nlafnx used n sollil serve "nd Impressive (irrny of ground strokes Friday fnr n 0-1, H-3 victory over Al Doyle, n M-yenr- oid tenchlnK profcsslnnnl from tho nlvor Club In New York City. mennwhllo, didn't have it as onsy, going thrc sots before finally downing Tc Uninline of Ft. Lauderdal Fla., B-3, 2-6, 7-5. ' 1'nlafox and Freeman got I the doubles finals ly healing l\ Burrows of Hot Springs an Fred McNiiir of Bclhcsda. Md 2 0 , 6-1, Q-l in a semifinal en counter. Riggs nnd Bnimhlll posted fl-1, 1-8, (i-1 semifinal double victory over Bob Thompson Yonngslown, Ohio, and Jol Bonn of Media, I'n. WATCH RIMIH *7 Ntrtll mack si. akland ; A's 5-4; the Chicago hlte Sox trimmed the Texas angers' 3 : 2 and the California ngels, turned back the Kansas ty Royals 6-5 jn 10 innings. . Marty Pattin stopped Balti- ore oil two hits and Luis Apa- cio and Rico PetrocelH each nocked in a run i n ; Boston's ctory. : : : ' Bobby Murcer drilled a grand am homer, and scored three uns to lead New- York over Milwaukee. Fritz Peterson vyent ver the .500 mark for the first me this season, -notching his 1th victory against H deci- ons with ninth-inning relief dp from Sparky.Lyle. Bert Blylevcn broke a .person- four-game losing 'streak with ale relief help from :Wayne jrSnger ! ' as Minnesota Â· beat 'akland and , tritn'med the A's ead in the West to 4'/4 games ver Chicago. Â· , : . ' . The White Sox slopped Texas s Dick"'Allen socked a rim- coring double in tile ninth in- Oakland C i Chicago Minnesota Kansas City California Texas., ,-.Â· , .,' Friday's Results 'Cleveland 1,.'Detroit 0 ' ' B o s t o n 2, Ballimore'O ' Minnesota 5, Oakland 4 .New,York 9, Milwaukee 4 California 6, Kansas City. 5, 10' inriigs Chicago ^.Texas'2 ,.'. Saturday's Games Detroit (Slayback 4-5) at Cleveland (G. Perry 18-8) Baltimore Â· (McNally 10-9) at Boston (Siebcrt 9-7) : Texas (Hand 8-7) at Chicago '(Lemonds 1-3) . . : , , ' . Oakland (blue.-4-5) at Mm nesota (Woodson 8-9) New York (Stottlemyre 11-11) at-Milwaukee (Pa.rsons 8-9) California (May 4-7) at Kansas City (Hedlund 2-5) ' Sunday's Games Detroit at Cleveland ; '. Baltimore at Boston Oakland at Minnesota New York at Milwaukee California at Kansas City Monday's Games Texas at Minnesota Cleveland at Boston N. Baltimore at Milwaukee, N. Oakland at Kansas City, N. Only games scheduled mg. Vada Pinson drove in Ihe vinning run with a 10th inning ingle--his fifth of the game--to iace iity. California over Kansas Ruth Stars fed The 15 year old All-Stars of lie Junior League were an- icunced by David Parish, this 'ear's All-Star coach. The game vill be -played Sunday af- ernoon, August 6, at 1:30 at he American Legion field. The iabe Ruth All-Stars will meet he American Legion Junior Varsity squad for a series of .wo seven inning game.?. This, year's All-Star starting include: Gary U.C.T. playing Piltshurgh New York ' Chicago 1 St. Louis Montreal Philadelphia Cincinnati Houston Los Angeles Atlanta San Francisco 45 57 San Diego 41 9 45 52 3B 62 West 60 28 56 45 51 48 46 56 2 0 and Philadelphia downed SI. vho tossed a four hit shutout And lumboilng to Ihe plate us n pinch hlUcr with a ,304 bat ind fanned hrce times. ting aycragc, 22 home r u n s , a n d New York, the only leum In 76 lUns baited In was none oth Bobby Tolan was the big gun baseball, 'which - has not Most more than three consecutive cr than Willie SUrgcll. Stilrgell watched one fast ball anta. lie homered In the ninth ijamcs all /season; .snapped ;its for a . strike and swung and nhtng to send-the opener Into eighth three-game'losing streak missed the .-next two us Moore overtime, 'then doubled in Ihe us Jim McAndrew checked Ihe became only; the neve nth sduth- llth and scored the winning run Cubs 'tin 1 three; singles'Â·aiv'clWIU- he hard-hitting Pi- on a throwing orror by second Mays drove' |n ! lhrcc ' r u n s rales this sen son. baseman Felix Mlllan. wllh hls-SUlst career liorncr and In the nightcap, 'Tolan dellv Montreal ^scored the winning run when Tlrn.McCarver hit a ercd R two-run single as the San Diego ruined. Blir Sing- solo-homer" off Brticc Kison In the sixth Inning. Elsewhere In Denny McLalrt In the third in- Gaston singled with IwoVout in ning, just enough lo offset Dus- tho seventh and, then . beat the tos'l Angeles 'hurler on' two-out Baker s two-run homer off New . Y o r k - M o t s Ross Grimslcy in the ninth. trounced the Chicago Cubs 6-1, ninth-Inning doubles Colbert, Gaslon and Gurry Jes- from At anta 6-5 in tadl. Singer, who had blanked starlers--0-8 Ken Reynolds trimmed San Francisco 6-1, and struck out 10 but was the Phillies and .0-3 Don' Dur- S.'in Diego blanked Los Angeles ham of Ihe.Cardinals--and nei- outpitched hy Mike EASY ONE FOR THE UMP therone came away with a vie- lory, , , , Tommy llulton, who drovt In Phllly's flrlt two runs with Â» saerific6 fly and a (roundoul, got tilings rolling In thÂ« eighth with a bases-loaded;;jingle that sent home thÂ« tyirig and lÂ«Â»d runs.' National League East .W. L. Pet. G.B. 61 38 .616 -54 44 .551 6% 53 49 .20 48 50 .490 12'/a .464 15 .380 23Va .612 .554 SV4 .515 9V4 .451 16 .441 17 .410 20 U.S. Struggles In Davis Cup Zone hlch BARCELONA'..Spain (AP'~ Spain held a morale-AoosUng 10 lead over the United States In the Davis Cup Intdrzone semifinals as both squads prepared to battle Ihe Barcelona heat today in the resumption of tho playoffs. : Â· "I think I h e ' r o u n d still will be difficult for both '(Cams." Â·said U.S. team Capt., DSnnis Ralston after Spain jumped off U a quick lead In the best-nf- five series with a surprise Victory by Andres :.Gimeno over 1972 Wimbledon champion 'Stan. Smith. Gimeno defeated Smith in the first singles match 6-Z, J-5, Â«/3, The heat, officially 87 degrees but at least 10 degrees hotter on Barcelona's clay courts, also seemed to be getting to young Harold Solpmon in his match against veteran Juan Gisberl, Their match was postponed because of darkness with Solomon leading 9-7, 7-5, 0-6. Officials said if Solomon and Gisberl cannot finish their match today in less than 13 games, the doubles competition will be set back to Sunday and the final two singles games to Monday. , , /The match to decide who meets the winn6r of the playrtff In Bucharest between Romania and Australia originally wai scheduler! to end Sunday, with the doubles Saturday. Spain defeated the United States in 1965 to reach the challenge round and lost to the United States'in semifinals in 1968. The Snariiards have never won the cup. Rained Ou( Games Rescheduled Friday's Results New York 6, Chicago 1 Montreal 2 Pittsburgh 1 Cincinnati 6-3, Atlanta 5-2, 1st game 11 innings Houston 6, San Francisco 1 San Diego 2, Lis Angeles 0 Saturday's Games Pittsburgh (Walker 4-5) at Montreal (Stoneman 9-7) Chicago (Bonham 1-0) at New York (Matlack 10-5) Houston (Richard 0-0) at San Francisco (Carrithers 3-6) Atlanta (Schueler 4-5) at Cincinnati (Billingham 7-10) N. Philadelphia (Carlton 16-6) at inc-up McNult will of second base. Rick Karnbach of Hcllroy Bank playing base," tarry Alha of first First 'ederal playing third base, Bob Stephens of U.C.T. playing Jones of Colliers playing field, Ricky Taylor of shortstop, Mark Prenger of Colliers Â· playing right field, Eddie " ' center 3urger Chef playing left field, Scott Johnson of U.C.T. playing :atcher, and Law^on Oshorn of 3urger Chef manning Ihe pitcher's mound. Other All-Slur members in- . Â· San Diego (Kir.by 8-11) at Los Angeles (Osleen 11-8) N. clude Michael Buchannan of Eason's, R a n d y Hays of Enson's, John Pabsl of Colliers, Steve Buckley of First Federal, Kcnnelh Allrcd of IGA, Â· Rod Bellows of IGA, Mike Jones of IGA, Mike Burnett of Burger Chef, Delano Hileman of Mcllroy Bank, Joe Speranza of First National, and John Rowan of First Federal. Assistant coaches for this year's All-Star leam are Orble McClellan coach of IGA, Jack Luper coach of Mcllroy Bank. Rick Hutton and Jerrell Dailey assistant coaches of U.C.T., and Sam Krebs coach of First Federal. . . . Cinciimaii's Darrel Chaney running /or pinch-fuller Joe Hague, who doubled in the eighth inning against Atlanta'Friday night, went to third on Ted Uhlaender's bunt and then came to the plate (top) when Julian Jauier flied to Oscar Brown in right field. Braves catcher Paul Casanova jammed the ball on Chaney. Chaney reached back lor the plate (bottom) and Casanova showed Ump Mel Sterner he.had the ball aiid Chaney's 'doom was sealed.' Reds won, 6 5, m 11 innings. (AP On Hot Springs Course State Go// Test Continues * t -, -. HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) -Defending champion Stan. Leo of Heber Springs was to play Gleiin Hickcy of Little Rock today in the quarterfinals of the Arkansas. Stale Match Play G6|f Championship here. ; ' Lee, medalist for the tournament, waltzed through, two matches in opening play Friday. He defeated Sam Spikes of Little Rock in a morning round, 6 and 3, then disposed of Sug Wilson of Hot Springs, 5 and 4, in the afternoon. | Hickey defeated R. L. Smart! of Piiic Bluff, 3 and 2, in thel morning round and .Terry Wynne of Fordyce, 3 and 2, in the afternoon. Byron Brown of Sheridan advanced by winning matches from Floyd Sagely of Fort Smilh. 5 and 4, and from Steve Creekmore of Fort Smith, 3 and 2. Brown faces Latt Bachelor of Hot Springs in the quarterfinals Saturday. Bachelor defeated Jimy Hall of Little Rock, 4 and 2, and Jack Ramer of Litlle Rock, 4 and 2. Pat Trowbridge of Springdale and 'Bo Bauineisler of Fort Smith will meet in another quarterfinal match Saturday. Trowbridge beat David Vah- dergriff of Van Buren, S^and 1, and Ted Queen of Pine:Bluff, 2 and 1. Baumeisler defeated C. W. Knauts. of Piggblt; 3'.'and 2, and David Chaffin' of Malvern 8, and 7. In the other rjuarlerfinal round match, Ralph' Williams of Arkadelphia will play Wi"' Ed Willis of Little .Rock'. 'Willis .defeated Carl Bachelor of Hot Springs, 2 and 1, and Doug Matthews of Batesville, 5 and '4. Williams'.clipped Charles Polk Â°6f Helend',"2 arid 1, : anaTl."P': Reed of Fayetteville, 2-up. Quarterfinals day morning, will the be Satur- scmifinals Saturday afternoon and the finals Sunday.Â·Â· ,'. ^ifflsicffsiasraEMasHswsEJB/sisrajHBraBKM Find your place at Western Hills! featuring WESTERN HILLS MOBILE HOMES SALES, Inc. , U.S. 62 at the 71 Bypass Foyettoville You May Bq Able to Stop Looking and Start Living Buy a dream house where rhe family can live with security and comfort. A home rhor's all yours is in COME VISIT WITH US reach, We'll help turn those loan wheels whether you plan to buy or if your plans are to build. Serving You In Two locations: DOWNTOWN FayÂ»HÂ«vllU and NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA first federal savings : FAYETTEVILLE, ARKAHSAS Phan* 521-3424 The concluding -bflut irt thÂ« 14th l lnvttatigrtal" Babe Ruth Tournament was rained out list night The game has been rescheduled foi tonight at 6:00 at Harmon Playfield The game w i l l be between U.C.T. who has no losses in the tourney and First Federal who has one. In eyenl that F i r s t Federal should win theie will be a doubleheader tonight but if UCT. wins t]ie : tourriam!iit is over and an awards ceremony will follow To Compete NEW YORK (AP) -- Grambl. mg and North Carolina AT will compete in the 21st annqal Eastern College Athletic Conference Holiday Basketball Fds. tlval:Dec. 26-30. r ; Â·- Addition of the two-colleges expands to ;iO the field for the e'vent at Madison "Square Garden. Other teams competing include South Carolina, Miefhigan, Tennessee, Boston Collcgt, Manhattan, Niagara, St. John,'* and Villanova.
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