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14 ·' N«rrtiw*it ArVonwi TIMIS, Friday, April 16, 1976 Grant Hall ·····(linM^ Bull Won't Sign Contract Until After Baseball Draft Contrary to a suggestion in the Thursdav Arkansas Gazette, Scott Bull will not sign a football contract before the major league baseball d r a f t iii June, "I don't, know whore lhal story came from." said Scott Thursday afternoon before baseball practice. "Nobody asked me about it. I worVt be signing with anyone until J u n e 10, at the earliest." . Bull was a bit puzzled over intimations that he didn't throw hard in his three-Inning stint against the Arkansas Travelsrs Tuesday nighl at Little Rock. "I thought I had a pretty good fastball," he said. "And someone told me that Jack Krol, th£ Travelers' manager, said I had good velocity. 'Til tell ya one thing -no one pulled my fastball." innings. There was a fly ball to center on my change-up, plus another pop tly lo center and some ground balls", but no one putted my fastba]." Bull continued. "I think I could throw A A ball right now. You've gotta remember that this is really the first 1 time I've pitched in five years, so sure I'm a liUle rusty. But if scMieone could work wilh me. maybe j u s t one person in the minor " leagues, I think I could develop before too long." SURPRISED Scott was as surprised as everyone else when the San Francisco 49crs drafted him - as a quarterback prospect in 'the sixth round. "I thought I'd go maybe in Ihe 10th Around or later," he said. "But 'Monty Clark, the new coach out there, talked to me and said hp was impressed wilh the way I'd overcome.adver- sity. He said that' was the kind .of player they were looking for." The 49ers* quarterback coach also got on the phone and assured Scott that te \vould not be -moved to City," Brian said Thursday. "But my back has been bothering me off and on, and I just haven't been playing well." Hawking'and Runifry, now the second Hog doubles team, are 15-6 in team dual matches, while Bowman and Bailey are 13-8. Arkansas is only 10-12 for the year, and it's about to kill coach Tom Pucci, There have been seven 5-4 matches iti Favor of thfi opposition. The problem has usually been a failure to get the singles and doubles working together on the same night.- Perhaps Bowman can Ret the Razorbacks off and stroking, in his feature match wilh Pascale at 7 p.m, Except for Dale White. Muskie, Harris, H o w a r d Sampson, Larry Gardner and Alike Jurecka, all of whom are injured, the Razorbacks who have romped through spring ' drills are"' ready for Saturday's- Red-White game here. - · · · ' · ' White. -Harris and Gardner have, sprained ankles, Sampson, .a fractured ' wrist and Jurecka "a" re-fractured wrist. All were, ruled out Thursday by trainer Dean Weber. As for the others, coach Frank B r o y 1 e s said, "They're gonna be ready. You can see that. We weren't supposed to have contact today, but \ve did. When the players get in the middle of the field, they t h i n k it's supposed to bo full-speed because it's on film." Broylcs let each side put in two surprise plays. The underdog White team of reserves went inside for a clandestine blackboard meeting, while t h e Ron Cal- cagni-lcd Red unit brazenly stayed outside (o practice a tight end-around play, with Charles Clay carrying the bait. Calcagni will have Michael Forrest" and Ben Cowins Kingman Powers Mets Past Cubs For 10-8 Win By THE ASSOCIATED 1'flESS Uavo "KliiK Kong" Kingman hasn't leaj«! over any la" buildings ypl. ' but ii» learned Uictn. Ncw l Vork l slroiigman « n| o B ? c ! [wo herculean homo TM s Thursday. Uw scco.ii a . tl rcc- r u n blast in (he "»' lh ,TM' S. rilll! Ilic Mcls to a 10 " VIC- dw Ihe stunned Chicago to'lilt baseballs over ·angy G-toot-C, 210.pouml YANKEE STADIUM'S NEW LOOK . . . A sellout croud of 54,025 a oit hand lo view the pre-game ceremony on the jicld Thursday before flic start o/ the /irsf game in New York's newly refurbished Yankee Sforfium. This view from the upper reaches oj the siaifiimi behind home plate ions taken with a wide-angle leia. The Yankees went on lo commemorafe Hie occasion by thrashing the Minnesota Twins 11-4 in the jirsl home game oj the season. (AP Wireiihoto) · · . The House That Ruth Built . ' ~ . ' . ' ' ' Is Back In Business Again powering lor 1 Cut nniiiiiuiiuiinii iiiiiiiiiiiiirainiiiiiiMiwiiaTMTM Major Leaque Baseball NEW YORK (AP) -- The telescreen part of the celebrated S3 million Scoreboard wasn't working. Another sec- lion informed (he crowd that Oscar Gamble "'as hitting-.999. Minnesota's t tch Wynegar popped out on what was flashed as a 4-1 count. ·The elevators weren't programmed to.stop at all levels. Parts .of the ballpark- weren't completed and were filled with construction equipment. The slopes in the outfield would do justice to the Boston Marathon. But it was beautiful. It was Yankee Stadium on the first day of the rest of its life Thurs day. Like other New York City tenants, the New York Yankees had to wait a long time -- 50 years -- to get their home painted and refurbished. And they moved back into "The another position. "I was the __ _ o n l y quarterback they lugging the ball behind hi: drafted, so I guess that's the "I've been really peased wi 'position they .have in mind '- for me," said .Scott, Arkansas'', exhibition game with the Travs served as a confidence-builder, despite the 4-2 defeat. "Our guys saw that they could compete wilh an AA team," said Bull, "As a group, their pitchers threw harder than ours. But we still hit some balls hard." One of those shots came off the bat of Crockett DuBose, batting against Ryan Kuro. saws, who pitched 1 briefly for tht St. Louis Cardinals last year. DuBose'. representing the tying run at the plate in the ninth, sent a Trav outfielder to the wall for his drive. "Nice lick," Krol .said to him afterwards. For a guy batting .209, that had to a spirit-lifter. liy peased with Cowins," Broyles volunteered. "He's been concentrating on holding onto the ball, and he's made a lot of progress." . HASN'T NEEDED Forrest hasn't particularly needed to practice holding onto the ball. On the contrary, people have had to practice holding onto HIM. The backfteld trio will be joined by. O.C. Jackson and Doug Barwegen at receivers, Clay, Gerald Skinner and Nels Jensen at t h e ' t a c k l e s . Leotis Harris and Steve Heim at guards and R.C. Thielemann at center. The Red defense will have Johnnie Moadors, Dennis Winston a n d Don · Fulcher inter-changing at ends. Mark Lewis and Harvey Hampton at- tackles, Jimmy Walker at House .That Ruth Built" and the city .''rebuilt at a whopping cost of-, around $75 million" with a smashing'U-4 victory over Hie Minnesota Twins before a roaring packed house of 54,010. BEAUTIFUL "Yankee Stadium is beautiful," said Manager Billy Martin. "It's great to be back. We had to break the stadium in right." While the renovation was un der way, the Yankees shared Shea Stadium with the New York Mets for two years, but they were second-class citizens there, said shortstop Fred Stanley. "It seemed like they were waiting for us to screw up. The clubhouse was cramped and you couldn't put t h i n g s - w h e r e you wanted. And the Mets would never let our ground crew tailor the infield like we wanted it." "A National League atmos- phere," Thurman M u n s o n called it. ! Thursday's throng was all pro- Yankee, except for (hose !olks wearing .powder blue visiting uniforms and living i n ' t h e Minnesota dugout. The paid crowd of 52,613 was the largest Tor the proud old ballpark nn opening day in 30 years. While the Yanks were unveiling their redone park, two other American League games were played. The California Angels downed the Kansas City Rovals 5-1 and Ilic Chicngo While Sox beat the Boston Red Sox 8-4. For 2 innings the Yankees appeared in awe of their new surroundings. Rudy May's first four pilches were halls, Dan Ford hit the next one well over 400 feel for a two-run homer and t h e n ' a ' p i g wandered onto the field. 'Green Machine In Gear At Tourney Of Champions By The Assoclnle'.! Press AMERICAN LEAGUE East W I. 4 1 2 1 1 1 2 3 liolh homers went out of] \ L Wriglcy Field and gave King; .('I man n season's total of four. nit.';! tapi:'-measure tape-measure blasts. Althonl blnsts. Tel.. GB Ne\v York Milwkcc Detroit Baltimore Cleveland Jlay hit a baiter and walked hrce. the Yankees commitled wo errors, the Twins stole a jase in each of the first three nnings' and suddenly it .was - I B and the Yanks were probably Milking of signing 85-year-old [lob Shawkcy, winner o f - the 'irsl game ever played in the stadium, who threw out the ceremonial Tirst ball. Texas Chicago Oakland Minnesota California Kan City 2 4 West 5 1 .667' .500 .4(10 .333 .333 .633 .750 .500 .333 .33.1 .250' Tonight's tennis match between Northea ste rn. , Louisiana and Arkansas at Ichi- ban In Rogers offers one of the moat attractive sinales matches of the year. Ray Pascale. the Indians/ too player, will meet Buddy Bowman, Arkansas'. No. 1. Pascale, of Pine B l u f f , and Bowman, of Little Rock, have battled for supremacy in Arkansas for several..years. Pascale has held the upper hand so far and he defeated Bowman in a match Arkansas won 7-2 earlier'this spring. Pascale took a 17-4 record into Thursday night's match against the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Bill Shepherd, Pascale's doubles partner, is also from Pine Bluff. He and Pascale are 11-7 as a team and Shepherd is 10-8 in singles. For Arkansas, Bowman and , Peter Hawking are each 13-5 in singles; Russell Rumery is IM1, Ted Bailey 10-10, Brian Sakey and Tom Grisak each 10-12. Sakey and Grisak are only 9-12 in doubles, and Sakey has lost his last tour singles matches. "I played No. 1 in one of those matches, for tactical purposes against Oklahoma nos/3 guard, William Hampton and Curtis Townsend at linebackers. Vaughn Lusby and Patrick Martin at the corners, flnd ss-r/'Mps Elijah Davis and Larry White. For ! the White. Martin Lemond and Phil Davis will alternate at quarterback, with Roland Sales anrl Robin Smith at r u n n i n g backs. Barnabas White will return kicks 'and join Chris W a r r o n as a rec.ei. ver. Up front. Rick Shumaker will snap, with Jerry Sullivan, Richard Fulcher and Steve Imhoff alternating at. guards; Birt Locke and Stan Freeman manning the tackles and Mickey Billingsley playing ttsht end. Cornelius .Smith and Jim Howard will be O\f. While defensive ends, joined hy tackles Reggie Freeman anrl Van Hampton, linebacker Bob Galloway, cornerbarks Brad Sbouo and J.R. Ross and safeties Les K i n g and BruM! Mitchell. Replacements will have to be found fm- SVhile al nose guard and Oardner at linebacker. T.ook for a lively contest, with Calca«ni and his mates trying to overcame a manufactured 21-0 deficit. l.ittlr-. St"'n L, i l 11 e. who will plac,i-kick and mint for both sides, could decide it. CARLSBAD, Calif. (AP) -The "Green Machine" is on the move again. The wheels came oEf last week in the Masters bid Hubert Green -- dubbed "the Green Machine" by his follow pros when he reeled off an unlikely string of three consecutive victories -- had it back in gear again Thursday iti t h e f i r s t round of the $225,000 Tournament of Champions. But it wasn't easy. And it wasn't pleasant. The skinny guy. easily the outstanding player in the panic this year, was almosl knocked off his feel bv the blustery winds, was ifenched arid dripping from the f i n e , driving rain and finished with hands so cold he'd lost his Dinting touch on the final hole. "That was work," Hubert said after , his Ihrce-imdcr-pnr 69 had lifted him two strokes clear in the elite, winners-onli field. "Playing out there toda \vas not enjoyable. "I'd been ml! higher, g ers. Yni] ha ligb there. 1 ing it low he In ink that bit," It was a p he last three varri La Co course. They he toughest with the wea touring golf season, t u r n t rors. Green plai par and was performance [be others in men who ba\ lilies over tt Johnny M played those of five-seve par. Veterai a share of played thei gey. Ben Cr CUC frrlr Win At till trying to h[t the toing into the Mas- ve to hit Ihe ball went back- lo hit- ire. With the wind, helped me quite a 'as a particular help over is on the 6,855- Country Ciub [lie worst the have seen all turned into mortal ter- layed them one flvei ·as delighted with the I'ould most el Miller, for example the lead until he _.n bogey-bogcy-bo Ben Crenshaw. the youth Ramay Indian Tracksters Finish Fourth At Ramsey Ramay, Woodland Rank High SILOAM SPRINGS- Three g i r l s ' - track- teams from ·'ayelleville participated in the Siloam Springs Relays Thursday with the team from F a y e t t c v i l l e High School finishing in first place in the senior division. The R a m a y J u n i o r High t e a m | recorded a second-ptece tinish in the junior division of the meet and Woodlawn was fourth. In the senior division, Faycltevillc topped an 11-leam field with 34 W poinls. R a m a y was second among the juniors 'ith 351i and Woodlawn fourth with 2R ] A, Harison won the junior division witb 62V4 points. Girls that plwced for the Faycllcville High team included first place finishes by Kathy Morgan in both the shot put (35-4) and the discus (115) and a first place in the long j u m p by Nancy Glower, Miss dower's 16-4 long j u m p " · il runner-up in the .Masters si week, was one shot out of ic lead before playing the last irne two over par. Rig J.C. near! had lo use a-wood club his third shot on the 5GO- ard 17th. In addition to Green, only the i-ycar-old January, "defending But at 3:-14 p,m. there was an explosion, something akin to the old 5 o'clock lightning, A walk, Gamble's triple and singles by Willie Randolph and pinch bilLers I/HI Pmiella and Oto VeLcz, along with a stolen base and a wild pilch, and the Yankees led T Relievers . Dick Tidrow , and Sparry Lyle protected the slender edge u n t i l the bottom of the eighth - just a little after 5 o'clock -- when six more runs poured across. Gamble contributed a run-scoring double and Mickey Rivers . and Chris Giambi is s added two-run sin files- Angels 5, Royals 1 California's Nolan Ryan, a loser in bis first start despite yielding only one bit in seven linings, shackted Kansas Cily on four hits and nine strikeouts. "It's the same old Ryan," observed ; Kansas City's John Haybcrry. "Thai man throws larder than anybody I've ever seen in a baseball mirk." W h i l e Sox 8, Red Sox Buddy Bradford keyed Thursday's Results New York 11. Minnesota 4 Chicago 8, Boston ·! California 5. Kansas Cily 1 ' Only games scheduled Friday's Games Cleveland (Pelerson 0-0) al Kansas City (Bird 0-0) Milwaukee (Colborn 0-0) al Texas(Umbarger 1-0) Dclroil (Colcman 1-0) al California (Kirkwood 0-1) Only games scheduled ' Saturday's Games Minnesota at New York Chicago at Boston Dclroit al California Baltimore at Oakland Cleveland at Kansas City, n Milwaukee at Texas, n Sunday's Games Chicago al Boston Minnesota at New York Cleveland al Kansas City Milwaukee at T,exas Detroit at California Baltimore at Oakland NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L- Tel GB ' 1.000 cage's 13-bit attack with Chi- lour linrnnipn Al Gciherger am ustralian Bruce Cramplon onld break' par. .Those three r erc at 71, two shots back ol Hubert. : The group at par 72 was lade up of Crenshaw, Snead Iritish Open champ Tom Wat c-n, Billy Casper and Hale Ir vin. 1 Ray Floyd. Ihe run-away win- icr ol the Masters, had a letdown and was dead lasl in the ield at 78. Jack Nicklaus declined Ic compele. Lee Trevino, Arnold Calmer and Gary Player didn'l vin in the United States in the ast year and so were not eli- ible. niiiiiiD iiiiiin iiiiniiiiraiininiiiiiiraniiin HIIIIIDI Professional Basketball lits. including a homer and two doubles. Ho also drove in, three runs and scored Ihrce. Brian Downing also homered for Ehc While Sox, while reliever Clay Carroll, the winning pitcher for Cincinnati in last year's seventh World Scries game, blanked t h e Red Sox on tlireo hits over the last four innings. FHS Dominates District Meet Chicago New York Montreal Phila St. Louts Cincinnati San Diego A t l a n t a Houston Snn Fran 4 3 3 2 3 1 3 1 4 West 4 1 3 2 2 3 Ml .500 .WO .250 .200 .800 .600 three of them wore nil in Chi-. .. cago, Kingmnn said he didn't *: think he would like lo play there rcfliilnrly, , "J dini't think I'd like El lie.;,': cause I'm Ino home run con- ;. scious her/;," said Kingman,' who also is nicknamed Sky · King. Kinsman sent his first homer rocketing oul of Wrigley Field **' Wednesday, a, drive that report- -' cctly traveled more than GOO ! feel. Thursday, he drilled ,r L . .two-run homer over Ihe left'; ccntcrfield wall in the second · inning off Bill Bonham. Then wilh the Mots trailing 8-7 In the*"; ninth, he followed singles by John Milncr and Del Unser-', with a tremendous smash ovpr ·*-· Lhe left Held wall off Tom Deb- 11 *-*-? tore.- the, same .pitcher he had ; victimized Wednesday. - · - . · "He (Dettore)' had given mav. · an inside fast ball the previous '' day and he came back with the '· same pilch," -said the Met 5'-V muscle man. "Yes, I was sur- '' .· prised because J was looking 1 ; for something else. I just-"' · couldn't let il go hy." --'_,-· Elsewhere in the . N a t i o n a l ^ League, Ihe A t l a n t a Braves /'· battered the Cincinnati.Heels 10- ' 5. the Pittsburgh Pirates, trounced the St. Louis Card!-;' 1 ' nnls 9 : 3 and try? Montreal;; · Kxpos whipped Ihe Plrila-- delphia Phillies 8:5. ! "; Uravcs 10, Reds 5 v ' Atlanta's victory, triggered.... by Jerry Royster's four hits ~ and three runs balled in apiece , by Ken Henderson and Leo V Lacy, stopped Cincinnati's four- game winning streak and was (he Braves' firsl t r i u m p h over the Reds after 12 losses since June 17, 1975. Knuckleballing Phil Niekro went tjv? distance for Atlanta, scattering 10 hits and striking out nine. Pirates 3, Cards 3 "We're not going to run through the National Lcaguq without losing a game .. but. I'll take my chances with thcso 25 players," said Pittsburgh Sv Willie Stargell aflcr the unbeaten Pirates had won their fourth, ga-me. ' * Al Oliver and Stargel] hit consecutive homers in the scv- -. enlh inning, keying a four-run' Pirates' uprising. Oliver's was thrpe-run siiol and Slaigcil s was the 369lh of his career, lying bim with Hall of Famcr- Ralph Kiner for 23rd place on Ihe all-lime major league home run list. Expos 8, Phillies 5 Tim Foli highlighted a six- run Montreal .burst'with a two " run double in the fourth innin Fayeltcville's Ramay and Woodland Junior Highs finished fourlh and eighth, respectively, al the Fort Smith Ramsey Relays on Thursday. Ramay earned a total of 23 points while the Woodland boys 'brought in eight. Russellville swept the meet with a winning 46 points. Muskogee Alice Robinson w a s second with 37 points and Fort Smith Ktrnmons was third with 25 points, For Ramay, Andy Ray took a first place in the -HO dash with a time of 53.5. Torn Hcnd- ricks earned a third in the discus wilh 33-10 and David Stone placed Ihird in Ihe shot wilh his throw of 46-1. I n Ihe l o n g Jump. Danny Wallers finished fourth for Rarnay al 17-1. In the 8?-0 run Larry Long came in second and Robert Badaracco fourth. 1 For Woodland, Max Thoma took a second place in the high jump by clearing 5-6 and Joe West finished f i f t h in the long j u m p with a distance of 16-11, Woodland's 830 relay team o Jeff Carr, Mark McKurtrey Kevin Swift ^nd Mike Darling new school record as is Morgan's discus toss. Miss In the special eighth grade livision, Ncal Carter won t h e ong j u m p with 16-10. Barry Gc-bhart finished second in the 440 dash for Rarnay and Woodland's Marcos Montez placed f i f t h in the 220 dash. Both R a m a y and Woodland wilt compete Tuesday in - I h e Harrison Relays Army Track Coach WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) -John Randolph, whose track and cross-country teams al Wil Ham Mary dominated the Southern Conference for the past eight years, was named [o day Army's head track ant cross-country coach, succeeding the laic Carlcton Crowe)]. Randolph, 33, will take over the Cadets' post July 1, said Col. Jack Schudcr, the director of athletics at the U.S. Military Academy. Crowd), who had guided the Cadets' track and cross-co'jntry team for 25 years, died last September. Randolph guided (he W/tM Indians to fheir lUh straight Virginia Intercollegiate Outdoor Track championship last lues- Nancy Tutlle look Ihird in the 440 run and Brenda Faires was fourlh in the 220 dash, Nancy Tuttle lied for f i f t h in Lhe 220, Fayetteville's 880 relay team, made up of Nancy Clower. S'ancy Tuttle, Patli Love anc Brenda Faires, took second, am th/5 4-10 relay learn, consisting of Brenda Faire=. J o a r f.ackey, Darlene West and Varrey Clower, took third in the 440. and second In the sprinf medley. . In the junior division. Lisa Williams finished second ii bolh Ihe shot put and the di.scu for Ramay. Lori Gilbrech wa second in Ihe hi^h jump ani Connie Fitzgerald was third i the 440 run. Ramay's J u a n i t a Lewis loo third i n t h e l o n g jump a n Connie Fitzgerald was fourlh Ihe event. Lori Gilbrech and Juanita Lewis placed second and third in the -880 run and the RJHS sprint medley team, m a d e u p o f Fitzgerald, Gilbrech, Lewis a n d S h e i l a Denton, look third. F o r Woodland, E l a i n e Buchanan was third in (he 100- ^ard dash, Rhonda Mahone was ;hird in the 220 dash and.Karen Conrow fourth. Ann Clower took "irst in the long jump wilh a 14-6W leap and Karen Carr was iflh in, the high jump. Woodland's 440 relay team. Kelly Pitts, Teresa Scarborough, Elaine B u c h a n a n and Rhonda Mahone, recorded a firsl place finish. The By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Playoffs . Qualifying Round Bcsl-of-Three Series Thursday's Results Buffalo 05, Philadelphia 89, Buffalo leads series 1-0. Dclroit 126. Milwaukee series tied L-l. Friday, Apr. 16 Philadelphia at Buffalo Sunday, Apr. 18 123 Buchanan, Lisa relay (cam. Pills, Margo McCollum ant! Karen Conrow, took second. The sprint medley team, made up of Kelly a n d Lisa Pills, Teresa Scarborough and Ann Glower, also brought homo a first place rib bon. The next meet for the I wo junior high girls' learns will be an invilalionel meet at Siloam Springs on Tuesday, April 20.' The FayeEteville High girls' (rack team will compete in Ihe Ouachita TigereUe Relays, a 23 April 21. HILDEBR ANDT S SPIHHERS AT YOUR TACKif STOKf Amerka's most popular Spanners. Standard -Single L Double -- SlnjIiirvITwfn. Ask tor them by name. "We sold your Qnndlilher" JOHN J. HILDEBRAKDT CORP. y, Apr. 'hiladclp' B u f f a l o at Philadelphia, after- oon, if necessary Detroit at Milwaukee On a Her-fiiials Besl-of-Seven Series Thursday's Results Cleveland 80, Washington 70, Scaltle 111, Apr. 17 Cleveland cries lied 1-1. Phoenix 116. erics tied 1-1. Salimlsy, Washington I'ternoon S u n d a y , Apr. 18 'Seattle al Phoenix, afternoon AHA Playoffs Semifinals Resl-of-Scvcn Scries Thursday's Result Denver 110, K e n t u c k y Althou gh no team awa rds were given at Ihe District III gymnastics meet in Russellville on Wednesday,- the Fayetteville High School girls lend the eight team'meet by a wide margin. Fayettevillc girls qualified for (he state meet in I I of 15 places. The top three in each event and A!l-Around qualified to compele in the stale meet which will bo held April 20 at the University of Central Arkansas in Conwny. The district meet followed Ihe iame format as the slate mecl. Compulsory routines were performed anrl the top 20 competed in optional routines. Optional and compulsory scores wove added together for the final score. In Ail-Around Fayetteville ook the lop four snots wiUi (arcn Carpenter finishing first, Jancy Hamm second, Lisa ,ash1cy third, Gina Williams onrth. In vaulting Kathy Ncal of Fayettcville placed first, Wil- iFims second, Daren Patrick hird and Carpenter fifth. Lash* ey took first in Eloor exercises, iamm came tn second and Patrick finished f i f t h . On the beam Williams udgcrl first, Hamm second and .ashley fourth. Carpenter gar nered another -first on the uneven bars. .500 114 2 3 .400 Lcs Ang 0 -I .000 3,i Thursday's Results Pittsburgh 9, St. Louis 3 Montreal 8, Philadelphia 5 New York 10, Chicago 8 Atlanta 10, Cincinnati 5 Only games scheduled Friday's Games Los Angeles (John 0-0) at Atlanta (Rulhvcn 1-0), n New York (Lolich 0-1) at PUlsburgh (Medich 0-0), n San Francisco (Barr 0-0) at Cincinnati {Norman 1-0). n San Diego (Wcirmcister 0-0) it Houston {Niekro 0-1), n Only games scheduled Saturday's Games Neiv York al Pittsburgh San Francisco at Cincinnati Philadelphia at Chicago Montreal al St. Louis San Diego at Houston, n Los Angeles at Atlanta, n Sunday's Games New York at Pittsburgh I/os Angeles at Atlanta , San Francisco at Cincinnati Philadelphia at Chicago Montreal at St. Louis San Diego at Houston, 2 and Mike Jorgensen clinched^ the victory with a two-run homer i n ' t h e seventh as tho; Expos roughed up Jim Kaal a " 20-garhe winner In the. A m e n - ' can League last year. Woo die Fryman, another for-j mer American Leaguer w h o 1 celebrated his 3Gth birthday this week, was the winner, withn relict help trom Dale Murray* and Wayne Granger. Seliflffule: Told ATLANTA (AP) -- The At tanla Falcons have announced their 1076 National FoolhalK League home nrcscason scned- ulc ' w i t h the Washington Redskins their first opponents orr The other contests feature New England on Aug.' 21 and Baltimore on Aug. 28. . · . ' The Ihrce games will begin at . 8 p.m. at Atlanta Sladinm, a ; Fakons spokesman said T h u r s - . day. Ho saM Atlanta's other . preseason games will b c an- r nounccd by Inn host teams. . Training camp opens July 7 * En Greenville. S.C., for the Fal- .; cons, who were 4-10 last season. ;, Denver leads series 1-0, 107; Sadrrrlay, Apr. 17 Kentucky at Denver Sunday, Apr. 18 New York at San Antonio iflernoor; San Antonio lead; rics 2-L Legion Baseball All American Legion basebal players should meet at Legion Park at 9 a.m. on Saturday Practice for 16. year olds will take place from 1-3 p.m. Saturday and practice for 17 and 18 year olds will be from 3-5 p.m. Further praclicc schedules I will be announced Saturday. Another Shipment At DoirntoUTn Square Men's CAREER CLUB Polyester Shirts in beautiful solids, prints and patterns Announcing a great new lawn fertilizer! (Al a savings that is not bad either) NewformuiaTuit Ruildcfh made cs[«4a[[y for tswns in Ihh arta. I(s hi^h nilcogcn conlcnt and prolonged [ceding tnaV« pr as* flow greener and III idler, and il keeps iuhat u ay for u etls ann" wall, Ihjnks lo Ihe serial palenled way it's miilf. 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