Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 14, 1969 · Page 14
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FAVMTftVItU, MMUUHAS f Apfif Gibson Chokes Mets With Three Hitter By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The boo-birds were swarming all around Roberto Clcmcntc tut Willie Stargell's big bat kept "them from settling down for tong. Stargell unloaded two long- distance home runs Sunday, the second one Clemente aboard to tie the score in the eighth inning, and Pittsburgh topped Philadelphia G-5. ' . It was the fifth victory in six rtarts for the Pirates but Pittsburgh's fast start hasn't kept the fans off Clemente's back. The four-time batting champion crippled two rallies with double -piny halls and then committed a iwo-haso error in the outfield. When he came to bat in the eighth, the fans jeered. Clemente tipped his hat. look four balls for a walk and trotted home in front of Stargell's sec- nnd home run. which tied the £!imc\ Moments later. Al Oliver 'sinclocl and came around on a sacrifice, an error and Fred Pa . tek's double for Pittsburgh's " ' ' spare and the second sailing ovc. 1 the 436-foot mark in center field. Stiirgcll shrugged off the distance of his homers. "I'm just glad they went out," he said. "I wouldn't care if they scraped the walls." He said he had hit homers over the seldom-cleared 430 sign before hut (hat he couldn't remember when. "I won't remember this one next year." he added. Philadelphia got off in front with consecutive triples by Kichie Allen and Johnny Callison and a homer by Deron Johnson providing three early runs. Bob Gibson stifled New York on three hits and the Cardinals won their third straight from the Mets. Two wild pitches by loser Tom Seaver helped the Cards to a pair of runs in the first inning and that was enough for Gibson's first victory of the year. Chicago rallied to beat Montreal with Ernie Banks' two-out, bases-loaded single driving in the winning run in the ninth inning. Mack Jones drove in four runs for the Expos, three of them with a home run. Montreal scored five unearned runs with the help of two errors by Don Kessinger, but it was Kcssin- gcr'.i ninth inning double that kept the Cubs' winning rally alive. Phil Niekro pitched a four-hitter and scored the only run of the opener as Atlanta shut out Cincinnati. Niekro, who struck out nine, opened the eighth inning with a single and came around when Tony Cloninger walked Hank Aaron, Orlando Cepeda and Clete Boyer. Cepeda's eighth-inning homer tied the nightcap and then Felipe Alou, who had a two-run homer earlier, singled home Sonny Jackson with the Braves' winning run in the ninth. Houston ended a five-game losing itreak by whipping Los Angeles with all the Astro runs coming on homers. Denis Menke, Doug Rader and Jim Wynn all connected with Rader's shot a three-run job. Don Wilson pitched a five-hitter to pick up the victory. W i l l i e McCovey stroke his third homer of the year and lifted his runs batted in total to eight in six games as the Giants whipped San Diego. Hal Lanicr had three singles and drove in two runs for the Giants, who got five-hit pitching from Gaylord BOSTON (AP) _ Success, Zelmo Beaty's shot in the final move, the Celtics called time Blanket Defense Pushes Celts To Advantage While Los Andes Lakers Flood Out Hawks Perry. Favorites Deep In Pack George Archer Guns Past Bill Gasper For Masters Crown Iii other National League cess is not going to spoi games Sunday, st. Louis tripped;Archer. \ew York 3 1. Chicago nipped Montreal 7-li. A t l n n t a swept a (Imihleheadcr from Cincinnati 1 0 and 5-4. Houston took Los Angeles 5-2 and San Francisco dropped San diego 5-1. rirmente is off to a slow start w i t h only four hits in his first 21 swings this season. So he wasn't exactly surprised at the booing. "If they feel I should be punished about something, let them AUGUSTA. Ga. (AP) -- Suc-i He played the tou fe .i, nerve' he said, w o u l d n ' t hold anything against -George' jangling, 6,980 yard Augusta Na,,^. tl . jtional course in a par 72 in the "This is George Archer," the final round Sunday for a 281 to-foot-6 California Cowboy said tal. emerging from a five-man after winning the 33rd Masters, stampede on the last two notes. one of the world's most presti-j A bogey trapped Tom Weis- gious golf tournaments. "I'm kopf. Canadian George Knud- just going to stay on the tour son's drive fell short and they and slug it oiit. 1 haven't: slipped back .into _ a three-way changed." But the big guy with the rawhide nerves and a startling re tic for second with scrambling Billy Casper. "Golf is a humbling game. semblance to television's Corner j said Casper, who led or shared Pyle is adding another stop-theithe lead through the first three British Open, another of the rounds but finished with a 74 for four major events that make I S | golfs' grand slam--to his schedule. rounds hut I 282. "1 learned a lot of humility on that front nine." he said, after slumping to five bogeys in a the fans. Whatever they do i .fine with me." It was what Stargell did that r n e w o i a = , ,T inhs ho first onc ! a d m i t l e d t h a t "' fe ' ct "'cry along with Casper. r n n r inV ihr Pf'l f Ul « m at t h e 1 !TMk I could got and that's Long-shot Charles Coody who ' h a v c to d ° l ° wi " tllis " ncc hcld t l l c ' Ca1 ' bCfiC5 ' Ct1 lh ° But while he vows, in that I stretch of seven holes, trangely high-pitched voice,! Knudson had a 7(1 and Weis- W fnnt m ,rk mom -ton-font mark w i t h loom Andretti Gets Prize Despite Pit Mishap last three holes, finished with a I "People ask me why I don't! 72 and was tied with early-fin- grin more, smile at the camcrasi ishing Don January for filth at and stuff like that on the course;283. January had the day's best But I can't do it. This is just round, a sparkling (iG. George Archer. I'm just out HANTORD. Calif. (AP) -M a r i o Andrelti of Nazareth. F.i.. won the 57.100 first prize "here Sunday in (lie California 200 at Hanfnrd Raceway. b u l | | n is t r i u m p h cnmn afler his rear | ' ' , ·naincd. supercharged Forrl 1 ' 1 murder. riticallv injured an attendant! Wilt Cha there to try golf." and play some Four-time champion Arnold Palmer struggled to a 74 for 292, laus had a 76 for 291. defending champion Bob Goalby was 75 for 297, Gary Player had a 76 for 295. and U.S. Open champion Lee Trevino, who became the father of a seven-pound boy shortly after he finished, had a 69 for 290. But the cool, cloudy day belonged to the droll, lanky Archer, a 29-year-old who's been a pro since 1963. He's won four previous, tournaments, two of them last year when his money-winnings went to more than $150,000. He started out one stroke back of Casper, but went ahead on the sixth hole when Buffalo Bill began plowing through his bogeys "like a 14-handicapper." He" was three strokes in front at the turn "and thinking I had a chance to win. But this is the kind of course that three strokes didn't make that much difference. You can't start playing stupid." He took a bogey on the next hole and moment?, later was a stroke behind when Coody rammed in an eagle putt on the lim on that closing string of jogeys, Archer regained the lead with a bird on the par 5 13 and saved it all with a desperate, scrambling par on the par five 15th. He put his second shot into the water in front of the green, pitched on and then holed a downhill, 13-foot putt. He closed out with five consecutive pars j u s t missing birdie on the final hole. And then came the presenta tion of the $20.000 ifrst prize and the famed green jacket. A; Goalby slipped it over his shoulders. Archer grinned like the roundup was over, and quipped: "I'm amazed they have one my size." Asked his size later, he replied, "forty two, extra long." And how about your shoe size? "They're made by a boat- building company." , «,,^. ^, S6 ............ -- . prc-tourney favorite Jack Nick- 13th. But Coody came hack to Giant Wilt Chamberlain Blocks Final Shot To Save Lakers' 2nd Conquest 01 Atlanta h ei critically inj in. a pit accident. :."This certainly colors the rest df-the day." Andretli said sadly JS the victim. James Stainton If' Fresno, was taken off in an jrnbulance. ;. He underwent surgery Sunday night at Fresno Community Hospital where attendants said be was in "very critical cnndi Jion" with serious head injuries ind multiple second degree Burns on the head and arms. ." Tiie mishap occurred on the 70th lap of the i:',-l lap event ground the mile and a-half tri oval. LOS ANGELES (API--Allan-|liccnsc to commit murder out, Realy scored 22 points for the i l a Coach Richie Giicrin called 1 there on the door." declared losers and Hudson had IT. West i a n angry Uuerin. implying the l a n d Counts each had 19 for the amberlain who killed Laker center should have more winners. Egan and Bill Hewitt the Hawks in the second game fouls called on him than the of their hcst-of-seven playoff sc-j four which were charged, rics. said it was his best game Johnny Egan contributed the 'winning basket w i t h 18 seconds of the year. So. with that commentary, the Los Angeles Lakers head to Atlanta with a 2-0 lead in their National Basketball Association playoff for the Western Division left. He took a pass from West in front of the basket and lofted a bullseye 10-footer. "f just saw Ihc alley and headed for it." said the li-l'ool out to set up more strategy, the confidence showed. ingredients in quest of an llth \RA~cTiampion Celtics threw up "I didn't know what to think - ' -- when we called time,' Bryant said. "Usually, the other team does it, hoping to upset the shooter. Then all I hear was 'After he makes his two free throws . . .. after he makes his two free throws.' Yoi breeds confidence--and the Bos-1 seconds. :on Celtics are loaded with both j Leading 95-94, the defending j ingredients in quest of an IHh'jjBA champion Celtics threw up National Basketball Association i a tight defense in the last 25 sec- championship in 13 years, 'onds. However, the Celtics are notj The Knicks brought the ball into play, intending to have Walt Frazier take a shot. How- taking anything for granted, de spite a 31 advantage, in heading into the fifth game of a best-of-seven series With the New York Knicks in the Eastern Division's final playoffs. "There's still one to go, you'line, have to win four," was the Celt- Reed didn't have any room ei- John Havlicek. couldn't find shooting room and passed to big I Wills Rood at the free throw ics' warning cry as they took off for New York in hopes of winding up the series tonight in Madison Square Garden. Boston's mighty defense, led by Player-Coach Bill Russell, was the difference as the Celtics edged the Knicks 97-96 Sunday before a crowd of 13.506 and a national television audience. Los Angeles also took a big step toward the title series by nipping Atlanta again by two points, 104-102 on the West Coast for a 2-0 lead in their best-of- seven Western Division final set. Johnny Egan's 10-foot jumper with 18 seconds to go brought the victory as the teams head to Atlanta for the next two games Tuesday and Thursday. Wilt Chamberlain ended Atlanta's last hope by blocking ther as he turned to face Rus-l sell. His forced shot was shortj and the ball went out of bounds off a Knick. "We expected the hall to go to Fra/ier." Russell said. "We decided to take Sam Jones out. put Havlicek on Frazier and sent in Satch Sanders to cover Bradley. Havlicek did a tremendous job on Frazier. It was a key defensive' play.' New York then fouled former Knick Emette Bryant with six seconds left. In unusual Batteries VAUGHN BATTERY So. 71 Highway something like that can becom» contagious." SPARE TIME INCOME National Nut and Candy Co. will appoint a distributor to collect money and restock new type high quality coin operated dispensers in this area. No selling -- company establishes accounts. To qualt fy you must have 7 to 12 hours per week spare time, have car, be able to furnish references, Sl.047.,10 to $3,143.73 cash requirement. For personal interview; write, include phone number: NATIONAL NUT CANDY CO. P. O. Box 38316 Dallas, Texas 75238 15 apiece. "I think maybe we're a little bit stronger right now with Counts at forward because Elgin just isn't moving well and he's forcing all his shots," commented Laker coach Bill Van veteran, smallest Laker of tbemiBrcria_Kolff. They meet in Atlanta Tuesdayjall. "I feel if you play night and the Hawks must he happy to leave the Forum whore they lost 95-93 on Friday night and 10-1-102 on Sunday, just four points but two full ;amcs separating the rivals. last shot of the game, the chances are you're going to miss it." As it was. Beaty had the final shot and Chamberlain blocked it. "1 think that was my best I The defeat spoiled a carecr- Art Polland of Medford. Ore., ig;,,,,,, O f tnc year." commented i high scoring effort of 34 points jarne into the pit to refuel andU|, c -/-foot. 2 'Chamberlain w h o i h y Atlanta's Joe Caldwell, the, fits car hurst into flames. .One j|,. |( ] t,, t^. U p t| lc slack when j former Arizona State ace. A t t e n d a n t . G r a n t King of Fresno, was burner!, and Stainton, linding his coveralls on fire. .leaped back into the path of 'Andrelti's car. Both men were .tuslied off in the two . ambu- ·hmce 1 ; at the track. Since the race could not proceed without one ambulance in attendance. *4he competition was delayed nn- fi! one arrived. No times were both Jerry West and Elgin Bay-1 "I'm so confused. I don't lor weren't hitting. The big guy scored 23 points to lead his club's scoring and grabbed 29 rebounds. His greatest play of the night came six seconds from the bu/.z- er when he blocked a shot from a driving Zelmo Beaty and then captured the ball to preserve the triumph. know what to say or what to do next," Gurrin commented. "We should be up two games. I thought that Lou Hudson and Caldwell really gave us a lift. We only play" one game at a time, so it's not impossible for us to come back." The Lakers beat the Hawks Friday night on Mel Counts' -lepl as a result of the break. I "I think Chamberlain has a I basket in the final seconds. Gene L. Thrasher Co. 545 Cast North Fayctteville, Ark. 72701 »-- ·* City -Zone_SUU GOOD/VEAR SERVICE STORES PICK YOUR PRICE FROM 3 GREAT SAFETY BUYS! 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