Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 19, 1969 · Page 8
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 19, 1969
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I · NMffcwMl AffcMtM TIMIS, *rtvi*y, A** W, 1M* MVITTIVILU. AMIANMf Baltimore Stymies Washington By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Baltimore's pitching staff has Washington's number-and it's * great big zero. Tom I'hocbus fired a four-hitter lit the Senators Friday night, blanking them 6-0 for the fourth straight shutout by Baltimore's staff" against Washington this off. season. Phoebus got plenty uf support from the potent Baltimore attack which provided four more home runs, two of them by Paul Blair. The Orioles have won seven of their last eight games .hat span. In other American League at lion, Boston belted Cleveland 10-7 and Minnesota took California 6-0 on a two-hitter by rookie Tom Hall. Oakland's game at Kansas City and Seattle's game at Chicago were rained out. Detroit and New York had the day In addition to Blair's two homers. Frank Robinson tagged his sixth of the season, extending his hitting streak to 11 games, and Elrod Hendricks added a hyo-run shot. The Orioles, fresh from and slammed Ki homers over'three-game, 30-run, 48-hit romp in Boston, kept the pounding up against the Senators. Blair hom- ered in the first inning and then hit another in the third in almost the identical spot . Hendricks, had a two-run shot against reliever Casey Cox and leads the American League with a .435 batting average. Robinson's .419 average is third in the AL. It was Phoebus' second shutout against the Senators. Baltimore hung three straight blank ings on Washington last week end. Boston caught Fenway fever from the Orioles, who had just Willie Mays Sets NL Performance Record But San Diego Comes Away With Game Win By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It started out as another memorable night for Willie Mays, but Frank Rcherger and Al San- tnrini will never forget how it ciulrrl. M H \ S set a N a t i o n a l League 1 record of 2.-122 appearances as sn outfielder when he trotted out In center for the start of Friday night's same between the San Francisco Giants and San ·Diego Padres. Two hours and 40 minutes later. San Diego's Keberger choked off a ninth inning rally, preserved Santorini's first major league pitching triumph and ' nailed a victory over the Giants--by striking out Mays with the bases loaded. The victory snapped game losing streak For the NL expansion club, beaten Tour .times by the Giants during it; tailspin. The bases also were bulging with two out in the ninth at Los Angeles, but Dooley Womack faifod where Rebergcr had suc- ceeded. The Houston reliever walked Bill Russell and Wes Parker, forcing home the tying and winning runs in a 5 4 Dodger victory. The other games on t h e NL schedule-Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, New York al St. Louis and Atlanta at Cincinnati--were rained out. Minnesota trimmed California 60. Boston slugged Cleveland 10-7 and Baltimore blanked Washington 6 0 in American League action. The Oakland- Kansas City and Seattle-Chicago AL games also were postponed because of rain, because of rain. Rebergur. a rookie right-hand- er who had been ineffective in four earlier relief appearances with the Padres, came out of the bullpen with two on and one out in the ninth. He got pinch wrapping up his first save. Santorini, a right-hander plucked in the expansion draft From the Atlanta Braves' organization, checked the Giants on Five hits before leaving the game after the Padres' seventh. Clarence Gaston paced San Diego's attack with a double and sacrifice f l y . good for two hitter Dave Marshall on a pmcl fly t to center, walked pinch hitter Don Mason to fill the bases and then fired a third strike past. Mays. Ramay Falls In Final Relay To Grab Second Place Finish After beating Darby Junior High of Fort straight times. Smith for two Ramay finally slipped losing a one point track decision here last night. The final score was 77'i for Ramay to Darby's 7B'/i. Kimmons. Woodland. Spring. dale Central. Van Burcn and R a m s a y rounded out the field .that performed despite threats of a rain storm throughout the meet. · The I n d i a n s maintained a three point lead right up to the .mile relay where Darby managed to surge into first in front of Ramay's potent team. In the 440 yard relay the Indians turned in a timing for rlians turned in a timing for by record. Lcroy Ducll. Billy Joe Willis. Darrcll Edmonson and James Guess manned the t r n m . R r v G ii y n n grabbed second behind Roger Carter's fantastic time of 14.2 in the 120 low hnr- rilcs. Guynn put up a rugged battle before finishing with 15.0. R a ni a y ' s 880 relay team turned in a 1:37.9 timing good enough for another first place finish. I.erov Dnell. Darrcll Ed- RBI. Mays broke Max Carey's eft town, and cracked five home runs out of the friendly confines of its park to batter Cleveland. Ken Harrclson socked two and Tony Conigliaro, Rico Petrocelli and Carl Yastr/.cmski all had one each as Boston unloaded on Luis Tiant, ace of the Indians' pitching staff. Tiant. who absorbed his third defeat, was Lagged for all five homers, five doubles and a single. Petrocelli's homer was his third in three games and Yas- trzemski's shot broke an O-for-15 slump for the two-time batting champ. Jose Cardenal and Russ Snyder connected for. the Indians, who lost their eighth game in nine starts. Hall, a slender left-hander. league mark of 2.421 games as an outfidlder. set with Pitts burgh and Brooklyn from 1910 to 1929. Tthe Astros took a 4-2 lead into the ninth, but successive none out doubles by Tom Haller and Bill Sudakis closed the gap before Womack. the fourth Houston pitcher in the inning was brought in by Manager Harry Walker. The move backfired when Russell and Parker drew the de cisive walks from the form?" 1 New York Yankees' bullpen specialist. Run-scoring doubles by Norm Miller and Doug Miller off Don Drysriale in the seventh had giv en the Astros a two run lead. Drysdalc drove in the second of t.wn Dodger runs in the fifth, but was thrown out at the plate trying to score on Willie Crawford's double. The Dodger pitching ace and Houston catcher Johnny Edwards were shaken up in the collision at the plate. pitched Minnesota to its fourth straight victory, setting the Angels down easily. He allowed only a first inning triple by Ji Fregosi and a single in the seventh by Lou Johnson. The Twins used clutch singles for all their runs. Walks to Harmon Killebrew and Bob Allison and singles by Leo Cardenas and Frank Quilici produced two runs in the second. Killebrew. Tony Oliva. Allison and George Mittcrwald had consecutive singles for two more runs in the sixth. Then singles by Killebrew and Oliva combined with a pair of errors and a wild pitch gave Minnesota two more in the eighth. The shutout extended Hall's scoreless streak against the Angels this season to 16 innings. "We're feeling him out," joked California Manager Bill Rigney. f The I Standings Today's Baseball IBy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS James Guess and Carl Buchanan paced the field. James Guess and Darreil Edmonson p r o v i d e d a one-two punch in the 440 yard d a s h . I Guess paced the field with a 54.8 mark. Guess brought in another first place f i n i s h in the 220 yard dash with a 24.1 time. Last night's effort broke another Mountain Conference record. In the field events Billy Joe [ Willis grabbed second with a | heave of 51-10 in the shot. Gary Justus took first place in 11 pole vault with a leap of ll-4'.i. Fayetteville's group of young In the long jump Rex Ruynn set I swimmers put on a fine show at yet another record with a leap 1 a 10 and under and 11-12 age · " · group swim meet. Fayetteville's iry I h e Youth Center Swim Team Places High National League East Division Chicago ... Pittsburgh Montreal .. St. Louis .. New York Phila'phia W. L. 9 1 7 3 4 5 4 6 3 7 2 7 Pet. G.B. 4VI 5 6 6Vi 3'/2 of 18.4. In the deciding mile r e l a y Ramay managed second place after Guess' last ditch effort to catch the anchor man on l)ar by's relay team. "He must ha run 50.0." said R a m a y t r a c k coach F.. T. Daniels. This Friday Ramay gets a n other crack at the Darby Rangers in the Western Conference track meet at Fort Smith. "We'll be ready for them," said Daniels. four hoys finished second | against the same kind of oppo: sition. · The Youth Center swimmers 1 .vejcaptured first in the 10 under; ·· k · boys free style relay composed I 'of Jon Brill. Bill Brill. Jon S t e f - j ferud and Randy Moore. In! the 10 and under girls medley.: L y n n Jones, Kelley O'Quinn j and Leslie Hunt grabbed sec ond. .900 .700 .444 .400 .300 .222 West Division Atlanta 8 2 .800 Los Angeles 6 3 .667 San Fran... 4 5 .444 Cincinnati . . 3 4 .429 San Diego . . 4 fi .400 Houston . . . . 3 8 .273 Friday's Results Pittsburgh at Phila'phia. rain New York at St. Louis, N Atlanta at Cincinnati Houston at Los Angeles, N San Diego at San Francisco Sunday's Games Chicago at Montreal. 2 Pittsburgh at Philadelphia New York at St. Louis Atlanta at Cincinnati Houston at Los Angeles San Diego at San Francisco Monday's Games Philadelphia at New York, N Montreal at St. Louis. N Cincinnati at Houston, N Atlanta at San Diego, N San Francisco at Los Ang'es, Only games scheduled Top Golfers Tied For Early Round Lead RANCHO LA COSTA. Calif. (AP) -- U.S. Open champion Lee Trevino and masters titleholder George Archer, tied (or the second round lead in golf's $150,000 tournament of champions, pick the tame man to win it -- Lee Trevino. "You have to pick Trevino." the gangling, 6-foot-6 Archer. 'He's the best driver on the tour. He says he only leaves the fairway to go to the phone. That's about right. "And that's what you have to do to win on this course stay in the fairway. The rough is really rough." "If my driver stays like it was today," Trevino said Fri day after shooting a second round 68. four under par. "I'd say I like my chances very much. "You've got to keep it in the airway to win and I can hi t as straight as anyone else.' Trevino. seven shots hack go ng into the second round, am Archer, who has a pair of 71s are tied at 142 going into to day's third round on the 7.11 vard. par-72 La Costa Countrj luh course. Just one shot hack at 143 an Gene Littler, who had a second round 68. South African Gar Player. 49-year-old Julius Boro; the PGA champion, and dyna mic Arnold Palmer. Player. Boros and Palmer al lad second round 74s. Dave Stockton is alone at 14 after a second round 75. First round leader Dick Lot7 26- year- old Californian dropped back with a 78 for 145 while bulky Jack Nicklaus. sho himself out of contention wit a whopping 80. one of the poor est rounds in years for the gold en bear. He has a 36-hole scor of 153, 11 shots off the pac and next to the bottom in th select. 28-man field. Trevino. who missed only on 'airway, opened with a boge. when he was in a trap, then rallied with four birdies, rap jing in putts of 8 and 15 feet chinning to within four inche at No. 2. and reaching the Da 'ive 12th in two and two-putting Archer had five hires and fou bogeys, all of the latter coming when he got into the deep rough. His birdie putts wer from 20. 20. 20 and 18 feet, am he reached one par five in two Cokes Connects To The Body Curtis Cokes, right, of Dal- the body of challenger Jose their welterweight champion- las. connects with a left to Napnlcs of Mexico City in ship tight. _ Napoles Takes Crown From Beaten Champion LOS ANGELES (AP)--Cuban.lowed our plan of keeping Cokes Fights Friday's Fights By THF, ASSOCIATED PRESS LOS ANGELES--Jose Napoles, 143. Mexico City, stopped Curtis Cokes. 145Vi, Dallas, 13. Napoles won world welterweight refugee Jose Napoles waited five years for his title shot and when he got it. the fight proved no contest as he hammered Curtis Cokes into submission after 13 rounds for the welterweight his eyes swollen shut. crown. With Cokes simply couldn't see to continue fighting and although the boxer wanted to go on. manager Doug Lord asked the bout at The Forum Friday night be halted. "I knew about the 10th round when he didn't like those left hooks to the body that I was winning." Napoles declared through an interpreter. "I fol- in the center of the ring and not let him fight off the ropes." Napoles. who now calls Mexico City his home, weighed 143 to 145'/2 for the champion, and stood an inch shorter. Cokes had two inches in reach but that didn't help. Napoles kept boring in with his relentless attack. "I just couldn't get. off," the ex-champion said through swollen lips. I just couldn't get started. Yes, I'd like a rematch." Lord said, "you'll see a different Curtis Cokes in a rematch. If you don't. I'll retire him." Cuco Conde. the new champion's manager, said they had agreed to give Cokes a chance to get the 147 pound title hack but it remained undecided if the fight would be in the United States or Mexico City. The TIMES It The Best Buy For Your Advertising Dollar SMITH'S 2-Woy Radio In (toctranici tine* U».... SM N. C»H«f» HI 1-2212 Communication VMF 2-wiy nttt ftta««Mrtm. In the 10 and under girls freestyle relay Kelley Baker, Lynn Jones. Leslie Hunt and Mclanic Brill finished third. Individually. Jon Brill placed first in the 4(1 yard breast stroke. Bill Brill also grabbed H lii'sl. in the -10 yard butterfly, a fifth in the 4(1 yard breast stroke and third in I'"- 160 yard individual medley. ; , , ., i Randv Moore placed second men just a short time ago. arelRames. was the key man in n a i l - ] j n t] le 411 vard back stroke John Tired Old Celtics Dump Powerful Knicks In NBA Division Final BOSTON (Al 3 ! -- The Boston | being held to just 12 points by fellies, written off as tired old | New York in two previous j American League East Division W. L. Pct.G.B. 8 3 .727 5 3 .625 1% 6 4 .600 V/z 5 4 .556 2 4 7 .364 4 Cleveland . . 1 8 .111 6 Baltimore . Detroit Boston -New York . Wash'n. Kansas City Chicago -Minnesota . Oakland . . . . Seatle California \Vcst Division .625 .571 .snn .500 .429 .375 1 1 1'/2 2 hack in f a m i l i a r surroundings-- ing down the victory. The !{fi the title round of the National I year-old veteran, retiring after Basketball Association playoffs, i this season, scored 29 points, the Acting like the old pros they last a crucial free throw with are. the Celtics won the Kasteni j t h r e c seconds l e f t . Division playoff for the 12th' "Anytime you end a scries t i m e in n years by hanging u n j w i t h a win you feel great." for a 106-105 victory over t h e j j o n c s said. \rw York K n i c k s Friday n i g h t ' in steamy Boston Garden. The Celtics, who have won the NBA championship 10 times MIICC Player-Coach Bill Russell entered the league and became a defensive genius i:i years agn. managed only one victory in seven starts against New York d u r i n g the regular season. Boston finished fourth in the F.iist and the cry went up:"The Celtics are dead." But the Celt ies were playing possum in their own way. a i m i n g for the plav offs. ill [IN II IG'Jl'iiita niiniifclWilM! ISFl'i:.! WiWlSI' Major League Leaders '..tini j.- National League B a t t i n g (15 at b a t s ) - I I . Aarion. All., .480; Pagan. Pitt.. .4.18. ; stroke. Sharon 1 Stefferud finished second in t h e i 40 yard butterfly and seventh in the 40 yard freestyle. j Don Raker, swimming in the 11-12 division, placed third in the 100 yard breast stroke, thirrl in the ' 100 yard backstroke and sixth in the 100 yard freestyle. Kelley Baker cashed in for first in the -10 yard butterfly and eighth in the 40 yard freestyle. i.Vlelanie Brill was .second in the -10 yard backstroke. Leslie Hunt splashed to n'. t h i r d place finish in the 40 back ' stroke, white f.ynn Jones w a s ! fourth in the 40 yard b u t t e r f l y ' and eighth in t h e 40 yard b a c k ' stroke. Julie Koehring wus fourth in . the 40 yard breast stroke and seventh in the 40 Alter finishing off P h i l n d e l - i Huns Morgan, lloust.. phia in t h e Eastern semifinals.'.Stauh. Mil.. (): Millan. All.. !): t h e Celtics whipped the mighty . W i l l s . M i l . , fl: MrCnvey.S.F.. f). K n i c k s 4 2 in the hcst-of seven | Runs hatted in .lone?., Mil.. l i n a l s . Now Boston will m a r k 1.1: Money. Phil.. 1::. t i m e while Los Angeles b a t t l e s ! nils II. Aaron. All.. 17: l.a- Atl.-mla in the Western Division, ibny. M i l . ]:,;(· .hmes. N.Y.. Los Angeles can w r a p up the l.v B. W i l l i a m s . Clue.. I.",, vnrs in the l i f l l i game Sunday ; llnuhlcs II A a r n n . A l l . . R: "I'm glad t h a t ' s over." Rus s t a n h . M t l . . G : n William';. --HI said wearily alter p l a y i n g ci,j ( . . r, his usual 48 minutes in the fi ' T|-ip|,. s R. J.irk.snn. A l l . . 2; r i a l - against New York. "The n,, SM .|1 y, A · Knicks were lough, a real good |, nm(1 nms M ( ,"OVC.V. S.P.. 4: I r a n i . We had to go all o u t . Money. P h i l . . .1: Stargell. P i l l . . Knssell scored \ points. :j . A ' .i,,,,,,,,,,, n :l . S taub. grabbed 21 rebounds, blocked a ^m -j half do/en shots and set u p ; ' stolen bases Urock SI L ,1- t e a m m a t e s lor baskets a l t h o u g h |^],||. m ; ^ ( | -^ he had to play cautiously afteif r,'|,. h ing'(Ydecisions) picking up his f i f t h foul at l h c j w i | | , , ni) ff three minute mark of the f o u r t h ! s t r i k e o u t s -Moose. Pitt period. i f i r i r f i n iimisi ^n- n v Mike Kiordan, an iinheraldi-d I l l i m n - '""''·'·- -"· ''· » reserve, helped bring the Knieks ... b a t k from a nine-point deficit m i d w a y through the l i u a l c and /inishcd with IS points. Sam Jones, h u m i l i a t f d by yard back- was eighth in the 100 yard backstroke. N a n cy Dodsou also showed improvement but did not place. Friday's Results Boston 10. Cleveland 7 Minnesota (i. California (I Baltimore 6. Washington 0 Oakland at Kansas City, rain Seattle at Chicago, rain Only games scheduled Today's (lames Oakland at Kansas City- California al Minnesota Baltimore at Washington Detroit at New York Cleveland at Boston Seattle at Chicago Sunday's Games Oakland at Kansas City. J California at Minnesota Seattle at Chicago. 2 Baltimore at Washington. 2 Detroit at New York. 2 Cleveland at Boston Monday's Games Seattle at Kansas City. N Oakland at Minnesota Cleveland at. Baltimore, N Detroit at Washington, N New York at Boston, 11 a.m. Only games scheduled QUESTION: WHY IS OZARK FARMLAND LIKE YOUR TRUCK BATTERY? ANSWER: BECAUSE BOTH CONTAIN A LOT OF ACID START SAVING FOR A HOME OF YOUR OWN ,,, In Your Battery .. . the acid is a necessary component. It's interaction with other parts causes the battery to function, starting your truck. In Your Soil . . . That's bad. 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