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"4 · Neithwesf A r k a n s a s TIMES, Monday, A p r i l 12, 1976 Enthusiastic Giant Fans Rewarded 'With- Victories . , By FRED ROTHENHKRG -.,. * A P - S J o r t s Writer I ' The National League seems lo have found both a new fran- , cbJ se and a new city in S an , Francisco. The Giants, who all but put .the final signatures on a trans- 'fer- -agreement to Toronto earlier this year, have found new money in owners Bud Herseth 'and Robert Lnrie and now new ' legEons of supporters from the ' Bay'Area. - ' Rain washed out Saturday's ' "pame but Friday's and Si]n"-"(lay's, games with the Los Ange- "-1'es'Dodgers drew a total of 6.920 fans. That figure represents nearly one-eighth of last year's 'dismal season, turnout in San .Francisco of 522,919. , .And the fans, rewarded by a Venson opening victory Fridas ; a n d . , a come-from-behmd 6-4 ^ t r i u m p h Sunday, came despite a strike ot the city's craft ; ,workers that brought pickets '-" around Candles t ick Park and . .virtu ally eli mina ted the st a -"diunfs concession stands. ·; ^ Elsewhere in the Nationa ^League, the world champion --Cincinnati Reds slaved unbeat en with a 9-3 victory over In ·'.winJess Houston Astros; the 'Pittsburgh Pirates, the unbeat -"e"n defending NL East winners · ' S t o p p e d t h e Philadelphia ' Phillies' 8-3; the Monlrea "'fixnos edced the New Y o r l ·JTS 7-6; the Atlanta Brave - ft'eat the San Disgo Padres 4-2 "arid the Chicago Cubs downei '^Jje St. Louis Cardinals 8-5. " 1- This opening series beiwee -.the West Coast rivals, who brought California into thei aseball business, was the first 1 tnce the pioneering days ol 58, when the national pastime rst came to San Francisco. Pinch hitter Dave Rader slammed a two-out two - r u n double to cap a four-run eighth nning that made a loser of re- ief specialist Mike Marshall. Pirates S, Phillies 3 By just walking lo the mound his" v ear, Bob Moose may qual fy for the "Comeback Player of the Year" award. · Moose, ' who saved Pittsburgh's victory over the Phillies Sunday, missed most of ;he 1974 season because of surgery for the removal of a blooti clot under his right shoulder. to take out his lo gel the job surgeons had top right rib done. Moose, who spent part of "the 1975 season in the. minors work ing his arm back into sii R pe relieved starter Bruce Kison ii Ihe sixth inmng and blanket Hie Phillies the rest of t|ie way Richie Zisk ancl Rennie Sten nelt led the Pirates attack each driving in two runs. Thu: the took the first tvvi games of this intense. Pennsyl ania series between the two, fa vorites (or the NL Easl title. Reds 9, Asfros 3 The Reds and Astros contin ued their form of last season The world champion Red 5\vepl tin? three-game serie wilh the Astros, who had th worst re cord in the N ationa League b 1975. · Pat Darcy, extending the^ma jor league's longest individua McBride's Miss Gives Cubs Win Inning streak to · 10, pitched o-hEl ball for five innings be ore 'giving nip two'Hvalks and a Ingle: in t h e ' s i x t h and giving ay lo reliever Pal Zachry. Pete Rose* also true to form, ed the.neds' attack wilti four ils to become the Nl/s all- me leader in career hits. tose, who has hit in his last 17 games stretching back lo last cason and who is 9 for 15 this eason. has a .career total of 2,55 hits, moving him past Lou 5 rock of "St.- Louis. . . Expos .7," .Mefs 6 N a t e " ! Colbert drove in two ims with a. homer and a single and Bombo Rivera knocked in wo more with a double to give lew Montreal Manager Karl \uehl his victory. 'Mickey mainstay of (tie Detroit Tigers, ST. LOUIS (Al*) -- Although i opponent extended a re.idy excuse, llio St. Louis Cardinals' Bake McBride was En no mood to b u v it. The lanky McBride. usually a SUIT hanilrd center fielder. Sunday dropped a fly ball against t h e Chicago Cub? process converted Cards victory feat. "I just missed anil Floyd Wins Masters One-Man Show AUGUSTA. Ga. (AD -- Al I he end, it was the man against the monster, and the monster (oil. Hay Floyd, bull-strong a tut biillivhip-totigh. grabbed, I no sprawling Augusta National course bv tlio nape p[ Hie neck and literally shook it into submission, winning ttie 40lh Masters Golf Tournament by a record-tying score. The great Jack Nicklaus. like everybody else, wound up being a spectator, finishing 11 shots ott t h e pace. Floyd led overs excuses round. The glamorous event be I can't explain it," I came a dull one;man show, It potent ii i n t o an 8-a tie- the ball." McBride said disbelieviugly lotig after watching Dave Hose- no's lazy drive phimrnel from his glove in the eighth inning of the three-hour struggle. don't have and McBride said. "1 just missed I was .1 onesome -kjivccsoivte. and a forty tirst nuijor league Lolicti, long - time ad League debut, two innings. ! ess fin 1 National He' lasted just ;ave up three runs, mads two errors and look ;he loss. Braves 4, Padres 3 Pitcher "Dick Riithvcn drove three runs with :s pair ol bases-loaded .singles and gave up two runs in five innings to get credit for the victory. Ro ger Morel relieved in the sixtl 1 and Pablo . .Torrealba blanked the Padres over the final three innings. " . Cubs. 8, Cards 5 ,. Bill Madlock's run-scoring single broke a 5-5 ninth-inning t ie and Andy T hornton and Steve Swisher delivered sacrifice flies to complete the three- run rally. "That's the ball game,"'con- Floyd's winning score was 65 ceded Chicago third baseman C6-7Q-70--271, 17 under par. I Bill Madlock, whose single iti tied Nickkuis' !9S5 record. ;he ninth later drove in the win- Only one man made a serious inj; nm,. - lunge at him and il proved toe "Rut the wind was carrying little too hite. Hollywood-hand some Ben Cmislmw, 24. bright of the game's "Vouu! Liuns." charged in with a clos ing 67, highlighted by, a gam biing eat-le on the Kith and p rale-bold^ par on the, long I5t the ball away from him." Mad lock said. "It probably took il just a couple of inches, ^iust enough to make him miss. 11 Still another onlooker \\\\o tended to believe extraterrestrial elements must ,havo played tricks on Mcliride was S L . Louis Manager llcri Schopndienst, a former Cards infielder. "There is no explanation," said Schoendit'iist. "He just dropped it. 1 had that happen to me just once in my .major league career. It was in San Francisco and dust got in E R R O R rom t h e water, to take .second money with 279, eight strokes ack. Floyd collected $-10,1100. Crcn- ha'w $25.000, Nicklaus. recognized -a disputed king of the game with 16 major crowns, never mns- .ercrl a rally in defense of the .itle he grabbed for the f i f t h time so dramatically a ycai ngo. His birdie fire only flick ering, he struggled in with a K to tie Larry Zicglcr for third at 282, Only four other players belered par. Floyd, a handsome. 33-year- old veteran of 15 years on the Lour whose early years were wasted on what he called high living, said winning the 197C Masters was the primary goal of his restructured life. "I wish I had my early years to live over again," be said of the days when he trained on hard booze and all-night parties. "I would have won more. 1 got tired of being a mediocre player. Now my goal is lo win golf -tournaments and the apex. Lynn's Hitting ives Sox First Win Havlicek, At 36, Reaching Peak As Celtics End Season With Win * - By A L E X ' S A C H A R E i *" -AP Sports Writer ' ·v John Havlicek may be roach- ·;ihg a peak, and Tommy Hein' sohn just loves his liming. · f -' HavUcek, the captain of the ^Boston Celtics who turned 36 "'ikst week, poured In a season- high 33 points Sunday to lead . 'the Atlantic Division champion '^Celtics Eo a 103-99 triumph over ; the Washington Bullets as the ·'National Basketball . .Association's regular season drew to a close, "I felt tired when I got up this morning." said Havlicrek, back in high gear after being slowed by a 1 afe-season knee, - injury. 1 "But for some reason when I got to the Capital Centre 1 felt real. good. This was one of those days everybody dreams about." "That's John," said Hear -sohn-, "He can do it aU. anr - this is a perfect time for him to - be getting it all together." " In other NBA regular-season " 'finales Sunday, it was Seattle '132, Portland 131; Buffalo M * Kansas City 93; Chicago 111 Milwaukee 77; Houston 122, At r lanta 111; New York 103, Cleve land 73, and New Orleans ' Detroit 105. ;' PLAYOFFS SET ^ The second season, the play ijffs, opens Tuesday. Detroi ' 'will be at Milwaukee in a best of - three preliminary series ,. opener, while Washington wil be at Cleveland and Phoenix wil ,.,be at Seattle for the firs , game's of their quarter-fina .series. Buffalo will open it ., bcsl-of-three preliminary serie , at Philadelphia on Thursday. In the other two quartnr-fina · series, Golden Stale will pla the winner of the Detroit-Mi V, FHS Netfers : ," Finish Second In Ponca Cify ' heller players. Faycttevill '-coach Alan Beauchamp felt, tha Brooks played his best malche to da'.e at the tournament. *· · · A l t h o u g h Thomas Ray a 11 number two singles registerc ' Fayettcvillc's s i n g l e ' against Ponca City, he won fiv - ' o f the. 1 eight matches he playec C o a c h Beauchamp wa pl^^sed with the outcome of th matches and rated his team playing as the best of the' yea He «-as ' cspr-ciaHy fmprcsse \vi1h the imprrivemenl shown b the team. : The Bulldog-nelers pla Springdale Monday afternoo Wednesday Fayetteville trave to Broken Arro\v and SapnTp Okls. for final matches. ' PONCA CITY, Okla. -- Jn th Ponca City T o u r n a m e n t he eycr the ueekend. the Fa rille High School tennis tea lost on|y eight out of 32 match to finish second in the team round rohin t o u r n a m e n t . ; Putnam City, Okla. w o n t invitational w i t h a total of fi defeaU. Fay=Ueville lost , four matches asainst the PI mm City team although t Bulldog netters came close yictory in Hie number i doubles match, Mark Dull and Steve Coker won all thi other matches at Iho numb Ui'O position. · Fayeteville edged Ponca Ci by, fwo points giving the nor (earn a third place finish. Pon City lost 10 matches aEtogethr Fa'yeUeville was responsible f t h r e e of those losses. , John Brooks. FaycUcvill. n u m b e r one singles play defeated Ponca City's l( funked player for the first linr ijn their competition agai 'each other. Jn all. Brooks w five out of eight matches a downed three of Oklahom? ukce set and Boston will I on the Buffalo-Phitdelphia rvivor. Havltcek, who sank 12 of 23 ols from the field and added of 15 free throws, put Boston ead to .stay : at 4946 with a ·ee-point .play early ' in the rd period. After trailing by many as 11 points. Washing- closed t o ' w i t h i n two in the al minute hut free throws by Ard and Paul Silas nched the victory, which apped a four-game Boston ing sfreak. Sonics 132, Blazers 131 Seattle ".earned second place the Pacific Division, and the me court advantage for the d game of its series against joenix, by overtaking Port- nd with a fourth quarter-rally d by guards Fred Brown anr ick ,\Vatls. The Sonics trailed by 11 the game, but Walts hit'la of 20 poinls and Brown 12 oi s 33 in the final period. Hulls 111, Bucks 77 Mickey Johnson scored 2" oinls, Tom BocrmnkLe 26 and Ijff Pondexter 22 for Chicago hich closed out the 'season ith a 24-58 record, worst he NBA. Braves 99, Kings 9S Bob McAtioo, the league* coring champion for the thin eason in a row, netted six o is game-high 34 points to leai uffalo to victory. Wilh Ih ings ahead 9594, Me Ado ank a pair of free throws ien set up Randy Smith fo e clinching basket. Knicks ]Q3, Cavs 78 New York, out of the playoff · the first time since 19G6. got points from Butch Beard and points and a career-high 19 ebonnds from Mel Davis in outing Cleveland" Rockeis 122, Hauks 111 - Rookie Joe Meriweather cored 25 points to lead llous- on-~past. Atlanta in a match-up f clubs which missed out or ie playoffs. Dean f.lumint;e; ·as high man for Atlanta with 4 points. : Jazz 112, Plslons 105 Pete Maravich's 31 points nd nine assists and Otto loore's 17 rebounds helped · Orleans finish the season vtth a 38-44 record, 15 games letter than last year. And the :rowd of 13,636 made the Fran chise the first to draw bettei ban SflQ.OQO fans in its SECOHC season. : McBride's error, the second ol three by the Cards permitting the Cubs as many unearned runs, enabled Chicago ;o climb lo a 5-5 tic after blowing a 3-0 lead. But the miscue, Schoendienst felt, was no more injurious than a Lwo-out collision on the inField which betrayed SI, Louts 5t art er .1 oh n D enny near the outset. After working past three Cubs singfx; in the second. Denny yielded a one-out donble to Jose Cardenal in the third and ne.\t induced the dangerous By B R U C E LOW ITT AP Spnrts Writer Last year Fred Lynn was one of Boston's meat-and-potato PS This, year he's starting out with gravy. Lynn, the American League s Rookie of the Year and Mosl Valuable Player · For the Red Sox in 1975, had a string of six straight hits in Boston's'week- end series with Baltimore, Two of them -- a homo run in the first inning and a double I open a five-run third --. pro- pellet! Hoston to ils Firsl victory of the season, a 6-2 breeze over [Fisk . and Carl Yaslrzemsk made it 3 0 , (lien Rico Petro- celH walked to load the bases and Denny Doyle cleared them i a double on the first pilch f r o m re lies'er 5 like Flanagan. Baltimore got its two runs off Luis Tiant in the fourth on a single bv Tony Muser. A's 10, Angels 7 Sal Bando's two-run homer in the first inning and Phil Garner's two-run double in the third highlighted a pair of Four- ruri bursts that carried the A's aast California. The Angels cut !he lead lo 8-7 in the sixth, then limilLy, is lo win" the mars," lie won t!ie PGA Champion- lip In I9G9. Nicklaus had his problems, bogey ing three holes. The hap py-go-lucky. 36-year-old ZJEgler ilaying with Floyd, said he anr [ho IcEirJcr chatted all arounc the course. "1'kncw I was go ing for second," he said. Hale Irwln. Charles Coort: and young Tom Kilo tied al 285 and the veteran' Bill Caspe came out of the pack with a C lo finish at 287, England's PC teivOosterhuis shot. i r G B . for 29S Ftoyd, now marrier!,'father o two children);and ;. living i Miami, s a t d ' h i s life nb\y has · new purpose. "The next tournament. I wan lo win." he said, "is the Tour nament of .Champions nc.\ week." Final lop scores and moiic winnings Sunday in the 401 Musters golf championship o Ihe 7,030 y a r d , ' par-7Z August National Golf. Club Course: Tom Kile. $li,lGY . li5 : 6G-70-70-2- I3en Crcnshaw, $25,000 70-70-72-67--27 Larry Zicglcr, $10,250 07-71-72-72-28 Jack Nicklaus, $16.250 ' 67-69-73-7H--2P Tom Kite, $11,16 7 73-67-72-73--2: Hale irwin, $11,167 71-77-67-70^2. Charles Goody, $11,167 72-63-70-74--2 A m r i t r a j Traded LOS ANGELES-(AP) -- The. Los Angeles Strings of World Team Tennis have acquired Vi-| jay A m r i t r a j in a trade that sent Ross Case and Ann Ilay- don Jones to the San Diego Friars. Amritraj, from furl ia. finished fourth "in men's singles in the WT.T last season with the Friars, and made the Western Division All-Stars. The deal was announced Sunday. Parun Wins Classte JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- Otmy Piirun of New Zealand defeated Cliff Drysdale 7-6, 6-3 to win the Classic Tennis Tournament, Vladlcck and Jerry Morales lo lit playable grounders. Shortstop Don Kessingcr scooped up Madlock's smnsh as Jarrlena] held second but was crushed by third baseman Hector Cruz on Morales' roller, 'and .wo singles producing three runs followed- A 15-hil Chicago allack was resumed a f t e r the Cards tied on Ted Simmons' single and shot ahead 5-3 with two runs in the seventh. Mrinny Trillo stroked an Al Hrabosky delivery for a double which halved the St. Louis lead, then McBride committed his costly error and Madiock followed a walk and Cardcnal's key single in the ninth with his decisive hit. "We just played lousy," said Kessinger, who booted -another Morales grounder following iMadlock's hit lo set up the final t w o Cubs runs. the Orioles. In the only other AL games, Oakland won its third in a row, outlasting California 10-7, and Minnesota also got its-first victory of the year, edging Texas 4-3. New York at Milwaukee. Detroit at Cleveland and a Kaiv sas City at Chicago doubleheader were postponed by cold weather. · : "I don't ever remember having six consecutive hits last year," said Lynn, who had 21 ·wine runs. 105 r u n s tinted in ami 175 total hits For a .331 average in 1DY5. "Basically, "-- Billy Casper. $8,000 71-76-71-69--2 Tom Weiskopf, $G,f)QO 73-71-70-74--2 Graham Marsh, $6,000 73 68-75-72--2 Roger Mallbic, $6,000 72-75-70-71--2 . , not a fast starter, so a n y t h i n g 1 get early like this is gravy." Singles by Jim Kice, CarKon 1 Spurs Even ABA Series With Win Over Nets UNIONDALE. N.Y. TAP) - nstead of deflating the San Anon io Spurs, the loss of slar ;uard James Silas seemed Eo nfJate them, In fact, thfl Spurs were flying o high they were able lo iounce back from a crushing defeat P'riday night and square heir American Baskelball As- ocialion series al one game apiece with a 105-79 vie tori- over the New York Nets Sun day. "Everybody thoughl we vould collapse because we lost James Silas," said Boh Bass, i a n - Anlonio's coach. "JL cnsified the learn and got them lo play a little lighter." Silas, who had scored 2.000 points during the r e g u l a r sea- .on, is expected Eo he lost for ;he remainder of this best-of ;even series. Me was or crutches Sunday afler s u f f e r i n g chipped fracture of the righ 1 ankle during the iN'cts' 116-10: triumph Friday night. The loss of Silas forced Uass lo insert George Gcrvin guard anrJ move Coby Dielricl to forward. Dielrick drew Eh« assignment of guarding Nel Julius Krving. f.arry Kenon had guarded K r v i n g on Friday night, "That means I didn't have Ir work as h a r d at both ends o the court," Kenon said, Kenon, a former Net, c e r t a i n ly was effeclive at (he o f f c n s i v i end of the floor, tossing in .3 points a n d - joining with Bill; i j f l z , another former Nc-l, I sink New York, Pairilz scorer 20 points and grabbed a game high 18 rebounds; Gcrvin chipped in wilh 2 pi)Juts and 113 rebounds w h i f Krving, the league's toadin scorer, had 27 points for th Nets. 'WE WERE FLAT' "It's evident we d i d n ' t pla 'ith intensity," Ervinfl sairl. We were flat. It was more ol rhat we didn't (io than \vhal hey did. We didn't play a gooc nlch-up game." Te spurs look command la n the second period, when they utscorcd'lhe Nets 17-4 over the asl 5:32 of the quarter, over oniing a 35-32 deficit for a 9 halftime advantage. San Antonio increased the ulge to 21 points. 33-fi2, with hree minutes.gone in (he f curl. I period, and the Nets never go' closer t h a n 16 ooiuls a f l e r Mij*L. The deadlocked series move o San Antonio Wednesday nigh wilh each team s u f f e r i n g u m i l f a t i n g d e f e a t In today's only ABA contest I n d i a n a travels to Kon'.ncV;y t which learn will ad vane the semifinals. The I n d i a n a Kentucky best-of-three qual f y i n g series is lied at 1-1. Th league's regular-season chair lion, in a besl-of-scvcn sem 'inal scries. Bears Sweep Hog ' WACO, T e x a s - -- The Bayfo Rears baseball Icam swept three-game series from Ih Arkansas Razorhacks over Ih weekend, winning the f i n ; game Sunday 52. The (oss puts Arkansa record at ft-7 in the Smith we Conference and 263 overall. The Porkers' first score cam in the third inning w h e n B Montgomery douhied horn Ralph Bradbury. Hank Thorn son added a solo home run the n i n t h . Mike Roberts was Die u m n i n pitcher for Baylor and Arka s a V " ' M a r k McCIain was th loser. Pr o! assional Basketball raves Welcome Messersmith SAN DIEGO (AP) -- The guy, the millionaire, sat on bench next to some of his KS affluent teammates. The'attitude of those Atlanta raves m a k i n g a mere 550,000 r so might have been one of 'senlmi-nl toward the newest rave,- Andy Messersmith, hut 'welcomed him w i t h open rrns over the weekend. "It was like a spiritual thing hen we found out Andy was oming with us," said Lee ac\', a (eammatr? of crs'mith with Los Angeles fast cason. ' W e ' h a d thought we were out the bidding." said Lacy, who ame lo the Braves via the f r a - itional role, a winter trade You can't believe how happ veryone is about our gcttini irn. "Andy's got to boost our mo ale and m a k e its a better Inh." Teammate Rowland Office greed, saying of Meiisemnrlh, fie should give us another 15 : 20 wins this year." The 30-year-olrt Messersmith, vlio'd been declared a free gent during the offseason a f t e r w i n n i n g lt games without a ontraci For the Dodgers last -car, ended a long search for a icw team Saturday when, he :amc !n f o r m s w i t h Hie Graves. REJECTED IHfS Messersmith, twice a 20- jamo winner, had rejected numerous bids -- including an earficr one f r o m Atlanta -- he- ore f i n a l l y coining to terms vith Braves' owner Ted T u r n - i=; Mirer- year con'racf. calls for 5200,000 a year, plus a $-100,MO bonus for signing. Mcssensinith, who joined the 3 raves here Saturday- and )itchcd hatting practice Si :Iay, s a i r l thai, despite miss:i2 spring training, his arrn fell i;ood. "I'm not FJS sharp as I'd llfce .0 be, hut I'll get (hero quickly." he said, "I've kept myself in .shape, throwing against w;j]L And one of my neighbors in Newport I?cich used to pln Kcminrn, so lie's caught me : few times." Mcssersmilh sounded as hap p.v lo be · \vi'h Hie Braves, ris they were to have h i m . "[ can'l Ihink of a bettor pitching staff in b?isr;lial] lhnr this one," he r e m a r k e d . lift wilt join Phil Nichro, Carl Morton and Dick K u t h v e n in the Atlanta slarMng r o l a l f o n . Hrnvcs Manager Davn Rristol R^ifl lir; flrln'f l\nw w f i ' sersmilh would make his lirst 3p|iearance. ^ By Tlie Associated Prbss NRA Eastern Conference Alliintic Division \V L Pel. GB x-Boslon 54 28 .659 - Philphin 4G 3G .501 8 Buffalo 46 35 .561 8 New Ynrk S8 44 .'163 16 Ccnfral Division \ Cleveland 49 33 .533 - Washlon ffl 34 .535 1 Houston 40 42 .488 9 B i l l ' N o r t h wrapped matters up with a two-run single in the eighth. "That's three more games we don't have to win in August, although that may riot he the way to look at il," said a smiling North. "I'm looking forward to a 152-0 season"." Twins 4, Rangers 3 Dan Ford's lie-breaking home run off Texas reliever Jeff Terpko in t h e ninth inning gave M i n n e s o t a Manager Gene Manch his 'first American League victory after 17 years of managing in (he National League, ; It followed 2-1 and 4-1 lorses lo the Rangers. In one sense/:! was quite similar lo Mauch's debut as a major league manager. Ip another sense, il was quite different. I'll never forget w h a t hap- jened to my first team in 'hifadelphia, when I was a cokie manager," Mauch recalled. "Wo were defeated he Milwaukee Braves 13-4 and 2-2 in the First two games. 1 vas in shell shock." swc Baseball dalert Vtajor League Baseball THE ASSOCIATED PREM NATIONAL LEAGUE' East W L Pel GB 2 0 I.OM -^ \ .667 '4 2 2 .607 !i" 1 2 -.333 1!4 ! 2 '..333- P* 0 2 .000 9 Us hirago York onlreal hilphia West inci Fran ll.inla Diego A. ouslon 1.000'' -2 ' 0 1.000 -.14 2 T .667 ·.! 1 2 .333 2,0 2 · .000 · 2Vk 0 3 .000 ' J Saturday's Results Pitlsburgh s, PhilatlElphi? i innings '/'.'"' ,-. New York I, Montreal 8 : Cincinnati 13, Houston 7 . Chicago 4, St. Louis 3 I.os Angeles al San Fr«- isco, pprf-! rain Atlanta 3, San Diego 0 Sunday's Kc-snlts v PLllEbiirgh B , . Philadelphia t Montreal 7, New York.6 , Cincinnati 0, .Houston .3 ^. Chicago 8, St. Louis S... Atlanta 4. San Diego 2 ., . San Francisco 6, Los An|tl« Monday's Games' ; ' ~ San Francisco ICaldwell 0« ir Halicki 0-0) at .Houston Richard 0-1). n . . \ ,·''·'·-" San Diego (Strom' 0-0) '.at.Lo* Angeles (Hoolon H»,.n "" Only games scheduled.-Tuesday's - Games. ' . , SI. Louis at Pittsburgh' ..·'":· New York at Chicago' . . Cincinnati a t " Atlanta, 1 . » . "'. San Francisco al Houston, B' San Diego ..'at Los Angeles, B: Only games scheduled , · '. AMERICAN LEAGUE; ··: E a s t : ' , ·: W L Conference All G;i W L I'd. W I. rtl. ·evas 13 2 .£66 2.T 10 .711 loil'ton tj I .77? 23 10 -73G exas At.M' 10 5 067 27 7 .701 Liylor ID 7 5S3 13 15 .X3 »rl;ansas B 6 .37] 34 a .7» (ice 9 10 .473 16 16 .500 'csas Tech t 53 .333 S 17 - .575 - CU B 13 .000 18 22 .450 MU 0 18 .000 - 1 30 .062 LAST WFKK'.S RESULTS Tuc;ddy-Teias Tech' 5 [6. Aby«n IliriilLan 2-1. Kririv--Texas 3. Texas AiM 0; TCU 3 rexas Tech 2; Houston 9, nice Saturday--Baylor 5.2, Arkansas 00; rev.s Tccti 11-5. TCU 5 9; Rice 3-7. Hoi on 1-2; Tesai AtM 2-2. Texas 0-3. Detroit Bait Milw N. York Boston Cleve Oakl'd Chicago Texas Minn. Kan. Cly Calif .M THIS \YEEK'S SCHKDUI.E n d a y -- Oklahoma Cily at Tuesday-- Artiatisas vs. Arkansas Tra elers (TL at L11U2 Rock; Baylor Mar; ![aidin Baylor (2: Sam Houfton lUce (2; Southern cal at Tesas (2). Frlrl.iy--Rirfc at Arkansas; . Baylor Tci-as Tech; Texas at Knuslun; TCO SS1U. 1-CU at H.MU (2). I^t.'GB 1.000 - T- .667 ' . ^-.500' · At .»Q 5 '.4 2 ". .333 .000,-,'. 1.000. '. .667 .000' .DOO Saturday's Results.. Baltimore 5, Boston I.'. · · Detroit 3. Cleveland'!·· New York 9, Milwaukee :7 Oakland 6, California..2' .""'·" Texas 4, Minnesota 1 : Only ganres scheduled -;-;^. Snmlay's Results ' Kansas City at Chicago, 1, ppd., cold · T · ; T1 4 Boston 6, Baltimore'?' ''.-^* Detroit at Cleveland. ;'ppd., cold ' , , . - ' ' - ' . ' N e w York . a t Milwaiike, ppd., cold · · Minnesota 4, Texas 3 Oakland 10. California' 7 ; 'Monday's Games Cleveland (Dobson 0-0) at Boston (Ue DO) : i. New Yofk ( H u n t e r 0.1),it Baltimore (Grimsky 0-01,'n'.. ' Oakland' : (Mitchell'' 80);, *l Texas (Briles 0-0); n Only games scheduled '^ N Orleans 38 M .463 11 Allanla 29 53 .354 20 Western Conference Miihvesf Division x-Milwmikce 38 41 AW .-Detroit , 3 6 -16 ..439 2 Kansas Cily 31 51 .378 - 7 Chicago M 588 .Si 14 Pacifc Division X-Go!den St H9 23 .720 -Seattle !3 39 .524 16 Phoenix 42 40 ,512 17 Los An Seles 40 42 :433 19 Portland' 37 45 .431 22 xclinched division lille ' Saturday's Ilesiilts' ' Cleveland 99. New York 94 Atlanta 123. Philadelphia 103 Houston 110, Delroit 93 Phoenix 121, Seattle 95 Sunday's HesiiKs ButTato-09, Kansas City 93 Boston 103. Washington 99 / Ctu'cago 111. Milwaukee 77 Houston 122, Atlanta 111 New York 103. Cleveland 73 Ne\v Orleans 112, Detroit 105 Seattle 132, Portland 131 Kcgalnr Season Ends NBA P l a y o l l s Q u a l i f y i n g Hound 1 Best of-Tlirce Series . Tuesday's Game Detroit at Milwaukee, (irst game Qirarler-finals Uest'Of-Sevcn .Series Tnr.sday's Game Washington at Cleveland, first game Phoenix al Seattle A H A Playoffs Qualifying R o n n r l !U-!,f-nf.Tliree Series Salnrday's liesnll Indiana 10!), Kentucky 05, scries lied 1-1, Sunday's (Jaine No game .scheduled IHomlay'R OanlR Indiana at Kentucky Resl-nl-Seven Series Saturday's Game No game scheduled Sunday's Kesiill San Anlonin 105, New York 79, scries tied scries H. Mnmlay's flame No game schedule'] Tuesday's Game · No game scheduled WORLD'S LARGEST If You Think , You Smell Gas, Its Because We Intended for You to Smell it. Call: DOM,, JIcf.UIIlK r,I7 N. College Plinne ll2-fi7X! Call us, and we'll be right over to check on it. Our service employees are specially trained in ^j\ the detection and correc: of Natural Gas leaks. '\-^J^\ While the Arkansas 0 *= T ._ x *^Western Gas employee is : enroute, you should ventilate the area: open windows at both top and bottom and shut off any open flame device by operating the m a n u a l control. DO NOT OP- 'ERATE ELECTRICAL SWITCHES. Properly handled, Natural Gas is the safest "of energies and we want ; to keep it that way with your help. , Arkansas Western Gas Ca

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