Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 18, 1976 · Page 22
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· Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, April lS f 1976 F.iYKi rr.viu.i:. ARKASPAS " Baseball ; f line Scores v Ywk (?), r (S) a . , . . . . F V i Ffpueiva a n d Munwn. - titroa !·* L-- Husbts. 01. HRs-- N York; Munsoa (3». Gamble (l).Rivcrs ( ·Baltimore OCO C02 400-6 5 -OaWand- «O 001 000-1 3 2 " Palmer And Hendrirts; Torm. T c w ' = M7). Lltidhlad (7) and Tcn.ice. Vi'-Pal e.-, 2-1. 'L-- Toms. 1-S. HR-BaUnxff« Mora-ID. DelroH 000 010 1W-Z 3 CaJifonya OM 000 tt»-0 2 1 Roberts Rtvd Fr«*an: Ross. DunnLi 17). UartzeU 9 ) And Etchebamn W ; R^b«rt», 2 - L-- ROSJ. 1. HRs-- DeltoL f Frtchan-U). RodrJsuci 1), . ' Chk-apo " (W 010 000-1 5 ·"Bwetrti WO 001 15\-- 7 10 ' . * Fonter,' GoiJSBi S). Vuckovich (6 And Downing:: Tianl and Fbk. \V---TSar . 3-. .L^GOiface. M. HR-Boston. Rli ' U, PelroccllI ) . ' - - NaUcnal Leasue ' Ne*- Yirt ;» 2W2 53J-17 3 Prtl!b-Jr«h 000 KM «O~-1 - Kwwmaft and Hodpes: Kiwn. Tek - CD. Dem*rr (4). GIu*il (6) and San -' , ten. \V-Koosman. K Ir-Kison. ' HRs--.New York Kinpman, (5), Kranepoo I:; Wl 10 ont i- Keno (6). Scherman (S), Mu 'and Carter; I'orich. Hrabo*] . CBJ. HAsmiis'en ( I D ) and Si: . ', Rajmu.-ten, I L L--Scberman, !·!. HK ' Monlreal, foil U. (^^Ri hdeirWa 010 120 353 3--IS N - ^ CMcaco 015 1W DO* J-H 19 Xarlton, Schticler [2), Garber i). Re t4VirtvfIIchell C5), McGraw (S). Uncle ·wood-(10),' Lonhorg (10) flnd Boon I R* Reijiifcel. Carman, (8). Knowlei II · -.Scfcuili-llDi and Swlsber. \Y-McCraw, ' -.f.x .L^Krtosrtee. 0-1. HRs~~PhHart rtpti ' '- 'Sladdos: 1, Schmidt 4 (5), Boona ; Chicpsa. Subfcer (!}, Monday 2 (3). f San Francisco 000 000 000-- 0 ·*' Cndimaii 410 131 01\--II I HalicW. V-'illiams f t ) . Minion \ D'Aquhlo (3). CaldneU () and Ss h'orma'b~s\nd Bench. W--Norman. 1-. i HaUtJit, 0-2. HRs-Cincinoati. Morgan Forster ( I ) , Griffey U). Holman Top Hard wick In ; !GHampsMee Porkers Sweep «XNT1MJED FHOM PAGE ID) ance. It's a saTe bet that they set ft chance lo duplicate tripleheaclcr sweep for me time to come. Anderson ]-f Sparriclla 2b Hardy (]h Smart p TOTALS Arkansas FIRST GAJIE ICE AB R H RBI urnell ct ·! 1 0 0 ardv r f 3 0 1 0 acha 3b 3 0 1' 1 amprecht c 3 0 2 0 ouser pr 0 0 0 ( rossman D H 3 0 0 odgo U 2 0 0 0 a y s ss 2 0 0 0 ' ry Ib 3 0 1 0 pardclla 2 1 ) 2 0 0 0 miereon ph 1 0 0 0 amirez p ti 0 0 0 .rkansas Irmsby ss 2 1 0 0 Sradburv 2 b 3 1 2 0 lontgomery If 3 0 0 0 Hcmm c 2 0 0 0 Vatson p r 0 1 0 0 Brumble cf 2 0 1 2 'hompson r f 3 1 1 0 .undquist 3 b 2 0 1 0 Bulgarclli dh 2 0 0 0 Vallace p r 0 0 0 0 DuBose Ib 3 0 0 0 IcClain p 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 26 1 5 1 Hice 100 000 0 1 Arkansas 100 003 X 4 E -- Hays 2. Ormsby DP -- Rice 1 ' LOB -- Rice 8, Arkansas 5 2B -- Brumblc, Hardy. Macha SB -- Houser, Ormsby Bradbury, Thompson, Wallace Rice ' IP H R ER BB SC Ramirez 6 5 4 3 5 1 Arkansas IP H R ER BB SO McClain 7 5 1 0 ' 3 5 W -- McClain (6-W . L -- Ramirez (P-3) U -- Hester. Malczcki T -- 2:03 SKCOM) GASIE RICE AB R Burnell cf Grazioli If Macha 3b Ormsby ss Bradbury 2b Montgomery H J. Hemm c Watson pr Brumble cf Thompson rf Lundquisl 31) Vallace rib JuBose Ib V. Hcmm p ·OTALS Rice 001 000 0 1 2 2 1 0 27 R 4 2 3 3 0 2 3 3 3 3 0 2fi 1 0 1 0 Cedeno's Hitting Helps Houston Edge San Diego HOUSTON (AP) - J. R. Richard ami Ken Forscli combined on a five-hitter and Cesar Codcno drove in three .runs to 2-1. ·· Richard held S;nr l)i.?fio hil- Icss through the first 42-3 " nmn^s vv Rankin. Holds Solid Lead SCOTTSDAI.E. Ariz, .AP) --I lops the LPGA money, list with with a single anci a home run KL31 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 I 0 0 0 Saturday as the Houston Astros n ing against Dun Spillner. 0-2. tri|p2cl 'ihe SIHI Dic! ( Padres 5 - j o n a u-alk to Wilbur Howard, a '-'"- - ' - - = - · ' -·:--- J u d y Ka'nkiti turned the $80,000 S4:.82., , - - Liidl^s -rrofcsskmal Golf Tour- MJ S S Ihiyn ILC r u n n i n g ms,rccoruj n a m c n i inlo n PUIlllW ay Satur- same | itav by posting a si-cotid four- Houston scored in the first-in-[unclcrpar 08 .lo gnib K .six- for'their filth straight victory. Cougars Split Steers stroke lead. Mi's. Hankin now has a 36- score 'of 136, six better Lamprechl c P'ry Ib Grossman DH Hays ss Houser ss H 3 0 4 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 RBI .1 0 1 0 0 0 Ohio CAP) -- M; ·? ':^shalI~Holmai], 21, of Medfo: * ' pfe.-^-became the youngi ;4 boy-'lej-.'ever to win the $125,QQJ ':i JTpiiTtfamenL of Champions Sat-! "- ' £ urdaiy Tiy defeating veteran Bil- v .Iy Hardwick of Louisville, Ky., *;' 203198. " '* ',V Jfblman, also only the second '.. 'maii-ever to win the Profes- ' ~ f · sio/iaj Bowlers Associali«i'5 .' . pretpjer event in his first try, : \ .! needed, a mark in the final frame : lo claim the $2g r MO first ·'! prize and spared by picking up -^ the four-seven. ;? Coincidentally, Hardwick is " the only other howler to win the ;- T of C wi his first attempt, ; doing it in 1965. Hardwick pock;i- eted "$14.000 in second-place »· Hardivick, who was seeking ;! his ^second straight PDA title ^ after a seven-year drought *'* started with three strikes bul ·?, then'ran into a split. He failed ;* io_ coifvert, dropped five pins 1 behind and never caught up. ;* The nationally televised finals ^ opened with Tim Harahan · = Woodland Hills, Calif., defeat *·-; in« Teata Semiz of River Edge ;·:; N. Jf-325-216. ;;'. Harahan then knocked of ^ DorOIcCune of MunstDr, Ind. 237-1SS; before falling to Ho »4 man 233-208. : ^ H a r a h a n , earned S3,OK . McCune 56,000 and Semi O $4.000. yt The ^tournament, sponsnre'. ;J by the"FIrestone Tire Rubbe '.·i Co.,-concluded the PBA's win ^ j t e r tour. Box Score M l ' N T R K A l . ST I.C1U1S ab r h bi ab r h b 1 iuri«r r t 4 0 0 1 Rrock I f 5 2 3 0 Miite cf 3 0 1 0 Kessin?er is 2 2 I 0 rgensn Ib 1 0 0 0 ilcBriile cr 1 0 3 arlcr c 1 0 0 0 Simmons c 3 0 2 irrish 3f 4 0 D 0 Jl^mith rt 4 0 0 r If y p. 4 1 1 0 ' KHranriE Ib 4 0 1 0 0 0 D HCniz 3b 4 0 0 , 1 1 2 Harris 2b 4 0 0 2b 1 1 0 0 Rrcrsch p 2 fffl 1 0 0 0 WCrald ph 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 NralKtste p 0 0 0 0 p 0 0 0 0 HAjtdrsn ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ra^musn · p 0 0 0 Total. ! OUt 1 33 3 4 3 Tolal ! I 1 rert. 001 RIO 0000- I. Lnull 000 101 0101-- E--H.Crul. DP--51. Lnuis I. I.OB-Mo ?al 2. -SI. I^iuls B. 2B K.lleniaiirli. 3D-- 'Wier. HR-Foli ( I ) . SB-J.\«iite 2. s-- Trbv'.-Kesiiri^sr. SF--Elmnions 2. IP II H E H B B S C irbi- 5 3 1 1 0 IPnkn 2 1 - 3 5 2 2 1 scheman (L.l-1) 1 2 - 3 2 1 1 1 Murray 1-3 0 0 D 0 .Forsch 7 3 3 2 0 asmusn (W 1-1) 1 0 fl 0 0 HBP-by R.Forsch (J.WTiilel. by Scb ian (McBride). T--2:31, A--10.563. Arkansas 300 010 X 4 E -- . Ormsbv\2. W. Hemm, Moclm 3, Hays 2. Smart : DP -- Rico 1, Arkansas 2 LOB -- Rice 7. Arkansas 6 2R -- J. Hcmm SB -- Bradbury. Watson Urumble. Grazioli Rice IP H R ER BB SO Smart 6 5 1 1 2 " Arkansas IP H R ER BB SO W. Hemm 7 6 1 0 2 10 W -- W. Hemm (7-2) L -- Smart (4-6) U -- Malczvcki. Hester T -- 1 : 4 0 THIRD GASIE RICK AB R H RB Burnell c f 3 0 1 0 Hardy rf 1 0 0 0 Macha 3 b · ' 2 0 1 0 Lundnuisl 3 b 2 0 0 . 0 F r y ab 2 0 1 0 Hodse If ' 1 0 0 0 -tmiser ss 2 0 0 0 nderson DH : 2 0 0 0 nardella 2b 2 0 0 0 Buckley p , 0 ·OTALS 17 ,rkansas AB R Ormsby ss 2 Bradbury 2h 2 lontgomery K · 2 f. Hemm c : 2 Vatson pr 0 Brumble cf .1 'hompson rf 2 Lunduist 3b - 2 Vallace DH 2 DuBose Ib 2 Bull p 0 TOTALS . · ·: 18 RICE 000 00 0 Arkansas 100 OP 1 E -- Macba, Horige LOB -- Rice 5. Arkansas 4 2D -- Burnell " SB -- Hardy, M.icha. Walson S -- Bradburv, Hodge RICE IP H R ER BB SO Buckley 5 3 1 0 1 Arkansas IP H R - E R BB SO Bull'' ' ; 5 3 0 0 2 W -- Bull (4-21 L _ Buckley (2-6) WP Buckley U -- Hester, Malczycki T 1:05 A -- 450 HOUSTON (AP) -- The hit- ing of Ike Haas and Jerry kVilleford carried Houston to a ,0-1 viclorv over Texas Saturday in the firsl game of a Southwest Conference baseball donblclieader but the Lonfl- Jiorns look the second game 5-4 10 innings. Haas hit a three-rim homer in Ihe firsl game and Willeford conlribnled a solo bcrnie run, a double and a single. Charles Gaiv.a and Kevin KUDU allowed tile Longhorns only four hils. Texas' lone runs came ill the second inning on a walk and singles by Doug Dunca and Gary Pyka. Jlickey Ricchcnbach liit a home run in the lop of the 10th inning to win the second game for Texas. Houston Iiad scored four runs in the sixth inning to tic the game on a triple by Wilieforrt. a single by Dong Phillips, a walk and two wild pitches by Lonchorn reliever Don Kainer. The split Iclt Texas 5P-12 for single by Enos Cabcll and Bob Watson's l!IH sinslo to left. Siiillncr nvoitted furtlicr trouble by forcing Clift Johnson lo ground into an. inninK-ciulinK double piny. - ' . . Ttio. Astros tacked on l\vo more runs in the third, With one out, Cabcll singled, stole second and scored on Cedeno's from the fringe RBI single to right. Johnson then gave -Houston a 3-0 lead vitti a two-ont single to left, scoring Ccdono. Ken Forsch came on in ihe ninth in relief of Richard lo nip, playing in .the hrcesomc with Mrs. ....n, iu.i mi !iglil-iran ' i n sink a hole-in one-, on Ihe 128- yard oigiilh (lole, her second in as many tournninpnts and third - . -... - of her career. ; than Ihe 142 ot Sandra Haynie "llolcs-in-onc bother your is lodav's finale ot lll'ci concentration for the next hole especially." she said. However, she parrcd the noxt hole. 54-hole lournament. . Her par-busting round inclui! cd six birdies and one double bogey in which she drove into trap, hit her- second shot into anolltfr trap, and three-putted . , "Ishould have had only a ho gey," Mrs, Rankin said. "With The tournament, scheduled to begin Thursday, was delayed because of ban weather and moved to another course. It started Friday in chilly 48-clc- grce weather and play was in- lerrniilcd shortly afternoon for hour by a num- slonn and finished as darkness was stilling in with her first- round ti8. Carol Miinii was one under par at 143. while Amy Alcolt and JoAnne- Garner were even P! Katliy 4 Ali."rn and Belli Solo-' [iv *.· i' i'l H5 and Jane Blalock and Harlenu Haglie were. in a group of eight al »»· Tyson Disabled ST LOUIS (AP) - SI. Louis ' ' second baseman idle since suffering contusions of the led leg n a collision with file Chicago Cubs' Bill Madlock April 10. the learn said. His laced on the dis- 0 0 0 3 H RBI | for the season and 15 fi in the season and 15-3 in conter- enrB nlay. Houston now Is 20-12 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 eague play. Dodqers Record 1st Win Of Year ATLANTA (AP) -- Pitcher Doug Ran drove in two runs li a single and" a sacrifice fl Saturday night as the Los An gclcs Dodgers ended a five pa me losing streak with Ibci first victory pr Ihe baseball season, a D-l triumph over Ihe At lanta Braves. .Ran, 1-0, went six innings am! a I! o\vpd only four hit s before giving \vay to reflet am Mike Marshal!, who handcuffed Atlanta over (he final three frames. Gool-nqong T r i u m p h s LOS ANGELES (API Evonne Goolagong won a mara Ihon S-hour ,17-minule final from Chris Evorl fi-3. 57. 6-3 to . _ _. capture the SISO.OflO \Vomen|s Leafs Top Flyers Tpnnis Association,- champion- TORONTO (AP) -- Toronto' ship. George Ferguson nelled a slap Victory in the event was shot from the blue.-line at 5:57 worth. $40,05 to Miss Goola- of the third period Saturday "nnir. while Miss Everl earned night, giving the Toronto Maple 525.000. II was Miss Goola- Lc-afs a 4-3 Iriumph over the f gong's second straight win over Philadelphia Flyers and tieingl Miss Everl. who has won 16 of Iheir best-of-seven Stanley Clip| t h e ?7 mnl'-lu": h^lw^ei' Ihe quarter-final playoff series at j world's two top women tennis Ivv.o viclories each. i layprs. Georgia's Beck, Oklahoma State TBp AAll Meet HOUSTON (AP) -- Chip Bee of Georgia fired an oven par 7 Saturday to give him a fou day total of 230 and the indivii ual .championship of the Al America Intercollegiate I vHatibna! Golf Tournament. Reck finished three strok ahead of teammate Tim Sim son a n d Buddy Gardner of Auburn;-:' Gardner had a final round, 70 and Srmpson had a 73 as they both finished with 283s. Oklahoma State won the leanv-mcdal championship with an oven par 1152 for the four daysT Southern Methodist was second with 1161 and Georgia w a s : third with 1163. Texas won the best team hall championship with a 245. Oklahoma,; State and CcirRia were next : at 2-18 foitowc.-I by Texas Tcch-and SMU a'. 24!). Other individ'igl headers in- eluded I.indy Mille- of Oklahoma: Stale w|i.h a 234 an\ Keith' Fergus of Houston and Peter Jacobscn of Oregon with 2855. Other team totals included Texas 1IM. Oregon 1178. Houston .'and i\ew Mexico 1382 Texas Tech 1133. Aiihurn I I M Louisiana Stale lltll). Florida 119.1.'Albania 1133. Texas AMI ar.d Flomla Stale 1202. Okla honna- 1203, North Texas Slate and Memnhi.s State 1204. New Mexico State 1207. Arizona 1214 Mfcsniiri "'4. Pi^e 1235. Ar feansa's 1253. Colorado 1255 Baylor 1261 and Texas Chris Man 1275. _____ Royals Hang On KANSAS CITY CAP) - Kan sas City scored five runs in th' first inning and held on for a ; ,3 victory over CTevoland in j game called in the bottom r, tttf. fifth ining hccause of rain. Al Fifzmorrls, starling pitch cr for the Royals, picked un ji second victory in .is man starts. He had lo withstand a | '·metodical I n d i a n comeback, yielding eight hils and three runs after setting down Uie nrsl seven bailers he faced. After tennis, the word "service" takes on a whole new meaning. a big. lead, if yon play A good pick up his f o u r t h save in Ihe last fi ' abled list effective t r i q a y . series fiber gSas El Tig re 278. Feaiures 2t2 consiruction of polyester cords and fiber glass belts. In the wide 7B and 70 series profile. Whit="'~ M lubeless. No Irade-in required. Wheel alignment Even if you're the only tennis player in the family, don't let that keep you from attending our new Tennis \cademy. 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