Sox Bomb Seattle Royab Divide Doubleheader With Oakland By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS Seattle's Sicks' Stadium suddenly became a health spa for the ailing Chicago White Sox. but a visit to balmy Baltimore was not what the doctor ordered for Frank Howard and the Washington Senators. The White Sox, beaten convincingly in their first two meetings with the American League's Seattle expansion club, bounced back Sunday with a barrage of five home runs and floored the Pilots 12-7. At Baltimore, right-handers Jim Palmer arid Tom Phuohus combined to strike out Howard Sports Briefs i Final Round Set HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) -- Weather permitting, the final .16 holes will be played today in the Professional Golfers Assn ciation's $35,000 Magnolia Classic:, n satellite tourney. Heavy rains washed out Sunday's scheduled final action. Upsets Recorded NORDEN, Calif. (AP)--Eric Paulsen. IB, of Squaw Valley, Idaho, and Barbara Cochran. 17. of Richmond. Vt.. scored upset victories in the 27th annual Silver Belt Ski Slalom at Sugar Bowl Sunday. Miss Cuchran. who won the national slalom Saturday, easily beat, her sister, Marilyn, 1!), while Paulsen edged Canada's Peter Duncan and defending champion Rick Chaffey, Rutland. Vt. Jockettc Works Out MIAMI (API -- With the advent of girl .jockeys, it had to happen. A 2-year old filly now working out at Gulfslrcam Park is named Jockctte. six times and hurl the Orioles to 2-0 and 9-0 victories over the stricken Senators. Elsewhere, Boston trimmed ivinless Cleveland 3-1, Detroit cuffed the New York Yankees 12, Minnesota shaded California 5-4 and Kansas City divided a doubleheader with Oakland, winning the opener 4-1 before bowing 3-0. Pete Ward and Bill Mellon socked successive first inning homers for the White Sox and Woodie Held and Don Pavletich also cleared the friendly left field fence at Seattle. Gail Hopkins completed the assault with a right field blast as Chicago doubled its total run production in four previous games. "No doubt there are going to some home runs in this ball park." White Sox manager Al Lopez understated after the slugfest. "Good pitching w i l l hold anybody." countered Joe Schul7. the Pilots' pilot, pointing to his. club's 7-0 and 5-1 victories over the Sox Friday and Saturday. The only good pitching Sunday came from Chicago reliever Wilbur Wood, who blanked the Pilots from the fifth to the ninth, when he was tagged for homers by Tommy Davis and Jose Vidal. Palmer, who had not pitched for Baltimore since Sept. 19, 1967. because of recurring shoulder trouble, fired a four-hitter in the Orioles' first game victory, striking out Howard four times. Phoebus then spun a two-hitter, getting Howard on strikes twice, as the Orioles blanked the Senators for the third straight game. Dave McNally had shut them out 9-0 Friday night. Frank Robinson's third horn er, a two-run shot off Joe Coleman, decided the opener. Paul Blair and Merv Rettenmund homered in the nightcap. Howard, who drilled four home runs in Washington's first three games and hit nine against the Orioles last season, went l-for-14 in the four-game series, fanning eight times. He came into Baltimore batting .357 and left with a .214 mark. Lee Stange scattered eight ills against his former Cleveland teammates and Rico Petrocelli ami Reggie Smith homered as the Red Sox pinned a fifth straight loss on the Indians, the only winless team in the majors. The Tigers struck for three runs in the first inning, two on Al Kaline's second homer, and checked the Yankees behind right-hander Joe Sparma and southpaw Mickey Lolich. Harmon Killcbrew slammed a tie-breaking eighth inning homer, carrying the Twins past California. Fayetteville High Thinclads To Host Relays Tomorrow Night PRATT LAMBERT VAPEX C L A T E X l HOUSE PAINT By LONNIE GIBSON TIMES Sports Writer A top-flight field of 10 teams will fill the entry lists tomorrow night al Harmon Playfield when Fayelteville High S c h o o l serves as host of the annual Bulldog Relays which begin at 5:30 with the field events. Teams from Woodland and lamay junior highs will also je on hand to compete in the 7th, 8th. and 9th grade division ;iving spectators an additional ,reat. The senior high line up includes Springdale, Northside of Tori Smith. R u s s e 11 v i 11 e. v'eosho. Missouri, R o g e r s . Berryvillc. Van Burcn. St. Annes and Bentonville. Russel villp and Norlhside are favored n the meet with both teams roasting several times in the state's top ten. The Northside Grizzlies' 44( ind 880 relay teams are ranker] second in the state with times of 42.4 and 1:28.7. The milc- Â·elay team ranks fourth with a :22.9 clocking. Dashman Steve Carter h a s Â·un a 9.7 hundred for sccnnr host in the state and a 22.1 220 for third spot. Carter also has 6-1 leap in the high jump. Quarter miler Robert Owens (49.5) and halfmiler J o h n Stauffer (2:00.0) also rank hifil n their events. Broad jumnei Russell Lawsnn 21-7 and shol nan Allcrt Dickcrson Cil-10) are two more reasons for Northside's role as favorites. Russellvillc should press the Grizzlies in several events especially the relays. The Cyclones lave turned in n 1:30.5 t i m e ir .he 880 relay and a 3:22.4 clock ;ng in the mile relay. The "yclones have a one two piincl 'n the l i a l f m i l c with the f.talc leader John Feltncr (1:54.7) and Johnny Chenaull (1:57.0) Butch Goodwin is another tor performer with a 14.!) in the high hurdles along with Davic Bihbler who has run a 51 ' quarter this season. Russellville has also rackcc up a meet victory over North side just last week. Neosho holds the power the discus and shot with Tomniv Williams. Williams has hcavoi the shot 53-10 and thrown th SPECIAL SUE PRICE LATEX PAINT FOR WOOD AND MASONRY * Dries in minutes Â· Lasts for years Â· Blister resistant Â· Fade resistant the GUARANTEE with your purchase CITY LUMBER COMPANY 1204 S. School -- Highway 71 S. -- 442-8221 Rain Postpones Early Games For Travlers MEMPHIS (AP) -- The Ar kansas Travelers and the llcm phis Blues, rained out Salurda and Sunday, will attempt I play a double-header here to night. Arkansas won the srasoi opener for both clubs Friday nighl 4-3 at Little Rock. Rail postponed t h e scheduled meet ing between the two club Saturday night at Little Rock and gain Sunday at Memphi San Antonio and Sbrevepor were also rained out Sunday a Shrcveporl. In other Texas League ac t.ion, Amarillo l e f t h a n d e r Gars Ryorson struck out seven am scattered six hits as the Giant: defeated Dallas-Fort Worth 4-1 and Albuquerque completed three-game sweep of thn dc fending Texas League cham pions with a 5 3 victory ove: El Paso. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Average of 58 stocks Stpt. Oct. 1968 Nov. Dtc. Jin. Feb. 1969 TIRED OF RIDING ROLLERCOASTERS? TRY FIRST FEDERAL . . . 4.75% Passbook Savings 5,25% Variable rote certificates first federal savings FAYETTEVILU:, ARKANSAS disucs 162 feet. Mike Gilmore a n d S t e v e ierrin should fare well f o r j Ncoslio in the 220 with times i of 22.0 and 23.3 respectively. | Entries from Rogers include current record holder in the discus Tom Waggoner (139.0) and sprinter Gary Mcl.cod who las a 10.3 hundred and 24.2 in the 220 to his credit. The Red Dogs from Springdale will bring one of the better 440 relay teams (44.0) in the conference and 880 relay team that has a 1:33.6 this prasnn. Miler Tim Hollis (4:30.7) and quart.erman Gene Nichols (52.1) are two more Red Dog hope- uls. Bulking Coach Bobby N i x expects this meet to he one nf .he best ever with some of the state's best athletes participn- ,ing. "We w i l l meet some stiff competition against some nut- standing performers. J hope thi? will be an incentive fur us to mprove on all our pcrfnr nances," said N i x . Tickets for the nu-c-l are still being sold and will be available at the gale on Tuesday. The Fayottcville lino up with the best times are 440 relay (Jones. Spurlock. Trcffincr. Gcarlmrt) 1:33..'!. mile relay 4:32.7: L 11 p c r 4:38.0) shot Kimbrough) 3:33.7: 180 low hurdles ( C o m b s 21.4. Smith 21.11): 120 hiÂ«li hurdles (Cumbs 15.fi. I l e f l i n I G . 2 ) : 101) yard flash (Gearharl 10.2. Gabbard 10.5). 220 yard riaFli ( G e a r h a r l 22.0. Trcl'fingor 23.7): 410 yard dash (Mill 54.n. Harris 51.4): 380 yard run (Myn 1 2-00.5. Shirnkus 2 : 0 1 . 4 ) ; mile run (V c r I e c broad i u m p (Zaccanti 20.fi. e y n c 52.!). Drake 4fi .1): Discus (Waller 141 Â·!). Dowcll 139-6). Pole vnult (McWhorler 133. Boharmon 12-6): high j u m p (House 6-2. H a r r i m a n 5-li): broad jump (ZAccanti 20.6. Stoker 19-3). MV ArfwmM TMMf, MM., AM 14, 1MÂ» Â· II 'Process Shot' Regains Forn| To Finish In Chips At Pimlta) By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Process Sot is back at t h e races and after the crown worn by the new retired Dark Mirage as queen of the thoroughbreds. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Werblin's daughter of Restless Wind-Pos sessed, the 1908 2-year-old filly champion, made her first start of the year a winning one last Saturday by scoring by I'.i lengths over Helmore Farm's p r e v i o u s 1 y unbeaten Irish Course in the $28,100 Flirtation Slakes at Pimlicn. Chuck Baltazar moved Process Shot into the lead with about an eighth of mile left and she completed the six furlongs in 1 : 1 1 1-5 under the highwcight of 119 pounds for a winning mutucl payoff of 53.40. It was the eighth win in 10 carper starts and the six stakes victory for Process Shot. The 3-year-old colls will he front and center next Saturday, with two SlOO.OOO-added pre- Kentucky Derby tests--the Wood Memorial at Aqueduct and the California Derby at' Hollywood Park--on tap. Kentucky D e r b y eligible* weren't completely idle last Saturday as six were in a seven- horse field in the $7,500 Spendthrift Purse, a seven-furlong allowance rate at Keeneland. One of them, K.V. Benjamin Ill's. J. Mcrrick Jon's Walking S t i c k won in 1:23 4-5 under 118 pounds. FREEH! Everyone Invited PANCAKE SUPPER 7 P.M. April 18th At the American Legion HiK Fayetteville Sponsored by Ra/xirhack Riding Club SWINGING TO MASTERS WIN George Archer doffs his ca|) and swings after gi'tling his hall within a foot of (ho cup on the 13(h green (o set up n birdie and go into a tic again in the Masters Tournament fi- mil round at Augusta National Golf Cliil). An-her went on to win will] f7-73-G9-72-281. Grand Prairie Sports Car Race Set For Stuttgart Auto Course STUTTGART, A r k . (AP) The Grand Prairie-Grand Prix will he held next Saturday and Sunday at t h e Stuttgart airport, whore more than MO sports car drivers arc expected to compete. Boh Aylward and .1 a c k Hinklc. both of Witchila. K a n . , and Bill Kings of Kansas City. Mo., are expected to he strong contenders in the f e a t u r e ovcnt. which was won last year by Dick .Jacobs. However, Jacobs will drive a Formula A open uhcoi car i h i s year and u i l l not compete in the feature event. Tlic competition for n a t i o n a l championship points w i l l hi- lover a 2.6 mile cnurso. which includes seven turns. Can; arc expected to reach speeds of more t h a n 150 miles an hour on tlir t w o straight stretches. The TIMES !s The Besf Buy For Your Advertising Dollar Leaving town on business and your wife needs the car? Where does that leave you? Near your Ford Rent-A-Car dealer, that's where! Rent a new Ford, Mustang, or Torino for a day, week, or month. Low rates ... insurance included. FORD RENT-A-CAR SYSTEM LEWIS FORD SALES, INC. 17 East Mountain FavcKrrillr, Ark 412-5301 Ford Rent-A-Car is close to home. Jus! check the Yellow Pages. The Potters are expecting a very important phone call. In the years ahead, you'll be able to prosot your lelephono to transfer calls to the number where you're visiting. Electronic switching--using a sophisticated computer system--will make Ihis and muny other new services possible. For example, your phono will have e memory. 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