Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 21, 1969 · Page 16
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 21, 1969
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It * v MeH(NMil AifcmiM 1NMS, MM., MVITTCVIkU. AMIMMMM M,'1H» Rookie Blasts Red Sox Past Cleveland B THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Hawk had hardly said goodby wh«i the Yazoo Kid made a bid lor the replacement role. Rookie Gerry Moses knocked in five runt--four with a grand slam homer--to power Boston to a 9-4 victory over the Cleveland Indians Sunday. The 6 foot-3. 205-pound catcher (rom Yazoo City. Miss., unleashed his production just a few hours after Ken "Hawk" Harrelson announced he would rather give up baseball that re port to Cleveland to complete Saturday's six-man deal. In other American Leafiue games. New York rookie Bill Burbach made his first major league victory a 2-0 success ovrr Detroit, after the Tigers won the first game of a doubleheader 5-2; Chicago checked Seattle 3-2 and 13-3 thanks tn a pair of timely homers by Bill Melton; .Minnesota socked Cali- City after dropping the opener of a doubleheader 5-1. and Baltimore de- Moses, who had two homers in 18 trips during a brief trial with the Red Sox last year, unloaded his bomb--his first of the second--in a fix-run second un- ning. He doubled home another run in the eighth. Meanwhile, rookie right-hand- er Ray Jarvis yielded only two hits after coming on in relief in the first inning. But was what going on on the field was overshadowned by protests (rom some fan«. miffed over the Red Sox' attemp to deal off the popular Hawk. Several fans carried signs protesting the trade and chants of "We want the Hawk" sounded intermittenly through the game. At the request of the American League office, the other five players involved in the trade set out Sunday's game, pending some sort of · settlement. Burbach, 21-year-old right- hander, not only stopped the Tigers on five hits but also scored the only run he needed. ·1 felt real good at the end," said the 6-ioor-4. 212-pounder. "but it was kind of slow letting there." Joe Pepitone's homer gave the Yankees a 2-1 lead in the sixth inning of the first game, but the Tigers whipped that out with a four-run seventh, climaxed by Norm Cash's two- run homer. Clendenon Lights Fires In Montreal New York Nets Make Things More Miserable For Cardinals Wichita Oilman Drives Away Wlh 3rd Trophy During Grand Prairie Maralhon At Stuttgart STOTTGART, Ark. (AP) Bobby Aylward. a Wichita. Kan. oilman, won his third Grand Prairie Grand Prix championship h e r e Sunday, averaging 100 miles an hour for 19 laps. Aylward was denied a chance to win his third title last year when heavy rains forced him to the sidelines. Aylward, 35. took his Chevrolet powered McLaren to the front early Sunday and beat Fred Parhill of Tulsa. Okla., who was also driving a Chevrolet powered McLaren. - -- -· - Kansas City. More than 10,000 persons i B Production-Dick: Durint, turned out for the six-race pro-1 St. Louis. Corvette. A Sedan--John McComb, Wic- ita. Kan.. Ford Mustang. C Sports Racer--Ron Taisch. entral Illinois. Elva Mark 7. gram. Here arc the class winners: G Production--Gordon Smiley, St. Louis, Spitfire. H Production Dr. Charles Rogers. Wagner. Okla., Sprite. D Sedan--Elouise Norris. Oklahoma City. Austin Cooper. Formula V -- Harvey Stabb, Denver, Colo., Zink. E Production--William Boemler. St. Louis. Triumph TR-3. F Production--Dave Coman, Tulsa. Okla.. Austin Healey. C Sedan--Gene Stranberg, Des Moines, la., Alfa Romeo. SAVE UP TO) $100 On That NmtSet of Tin* TEXACO TIRELANO Highway 16 E. 521-MM By THE ASSOCIATED l'RESS|ie Kuhn finally returned Clcnde-lover the right field fence. Donn Clendenon's first Expo-|non to Montreal, upheld sure to springtime in Canada I Stauh-foi';Alou^ swap and left him out in the cold. Then it lornia 12-1: Kansas trimmed Oakland 7-5. leatcd Washington losing 5-2. 2-1 before Gary Player Nips Trevino For Fat Check By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS RANCHO LA COSTA. Calif. (AP) -- Gary Player went fly- in)? home to South Africa today !or a three week vacation from :;nlf and was armed with $30,000 to finance the holiday. Trom tee to green, this is the or- dcred the Expos to deliver an, , , t Hous . ., /-.!_· r~ u ' . 4 UL 11:1 u i f l ^ L I "' i j i a v f i o LU suffer ° lo | ton to replace Clendenon. Clendenon, who snagged a ted to return to the National League expansion club, finally started swinging for the Expos over the weekend. Saturday, the big first baseman went O-for-5 at the plate as the Expos dropped a 6 5 extra inning verdict to the torrid Cubs in frigid (30 degrees) Montreal. Sunday, the mercury at Jarry Park soared to 40-plus and Clendenon heated up, too--hitting a three-run homer that car ried Montreal to a 4-2 victory in the nightcap of a douhleheader, ending. Chicago's winning streak at seven games. Rookie Mike Wegener, with late relief help from Dan McGinn, made Clendenon's first inning blast stand up after the Cubs took the opener 6-3 behind Ferguson Jenkins' five-hitter. In NL single games, the New York Mets handed St. _ Louis' struggling Cardinals their scv- .,,... .... .,, ,, cnth loss in as many home ,,,,, finest I've ever played."Igames, 11-3: Los Angeles ran its ihe tough-minded little .lohan-1 winning string to five games by " " ' nipping Houston 2-1: San Francisco shaded San Diego 3-2: Cin cinnati drubbed Atlanta 7-1 and ^naenon, wno snaggca « ' G u j n n and Jack B min g ham to winter trade between Montreal|,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ri.,«iJr«n h»rir ting baseball, then was permit- The Expos sent pitchers Skip o n t a l k e d C l e n b a c k into uniform and then waited impatiently while he worked his way into playing shape. After striking out twice in his Saturday debut, the 33-year-old I slugger walked as a pinch hitter in the eighth inning of Sunday's opener. Then, after Staub walked and Mack Jones singled in the first inning of the nightcap. Clendenon tagged Joe Niekro for his first hit as an Expo--an opposite field homer ihe nesburg rancher said Sunday .iftcr winning golf's $150,000 Tournament of Champions. lie had a f i n a l round 72 f o f i i 284. four strokes under par for 1. four t r i p s over the demanding I Clendenon. who was selected Staked to a 3-0 lead, Wegener checked the Cubs on five hits for 72-3 innings, earning his first victory, and McGinn completed the six-hitter. Al Spangler drove in three Chicago runs in the first game while Jenkins held the Expos hitless from the second inning until the eighthn when Jose Laboy homered. Kevin Collins' two-run homer keyed a five-run fifth inning burst that swept the Mets past the Cardinals, who have l o s t four games in a row and eight out of 12 over-all. Jerry Grote belted a three-run double in the ninth and Ron Swoboda delivered three more New York runs with a double and single. Wes Parker's third homer of the year broke a 1-1 eighth inning deadlock at Los Angeles and gave Claude Osteen, 3-0, the pitching decision in a southpaw duel with the Astros' Denny Lemaster. Pitcher Bob Bolin's two-run double in the sixth inning propelled the Giants to their sixth victory in seven early-season meetings with San Diego. Jim Maloney fired a six-hitter and Lee May crashed a three- run homer, leading the Reds past Atlanta. Rich Wise, who pitched the first seven innings, and reliever Barry Lersch held Pittsburgh to three hits while Rick Joseph drove in three runs to spark the Phillies' attack. ward, Wichita, Kan., McLaren St. Louis Blues Play Division Janitors With Clean Sweep Into Stanley Cup Finals LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Winners of eight straight Stanley Cup playoff games, the St. Louis Blues today await the final National Hockey League series. They'll face the winner of the Boston-Montreal set deadlocked at two games apiece. St. Louis belted the Los Angeles Kings Philadelphia took Pittsburgh 7-, Sl|n(iay nigM 4 _, for a 4 . 0 series 7.114-vard. par 72 La Costa hy Montreal in the expansion Country Club course. ' draft and then traded, with Jc- ,,«· Trevino. the wise-crak- SHS Alou. to the Astros for Rusty inc U S Open champion, was Staub. touched off a storm five * - ' · · · ' - - · - - weeks later hy announcing his retirement. Commissioner Bow- ambushed hy a pair of bogeys on the bark nine, fell out of a share of the lead and f i n - ished in second, two strokes back at 286. He had a f i n a l round 71. Arnold Palmer, with a 71. a n d : Dave Stockton. 70, tied for third j at 289. | The f i n a l round was s t r i c t l y : x two-man fight between play-1 er and Trevino as most of the rest of the elite field of 28 strug gled and strained with the deep, clinging rough, Thev were lied ftartinR out Travelers End Losing Streak Behind Guindon LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Arkansas Travelers snapped a ...... -- . lour game losing streak here and remained there most of the]I Sunday, defeating Shrcveport way. Player f i n a l l y moving i n j ] 0 f, c hj n d lefthander Bob Troht to stay when Trevino took bogeys o n ' t h e 13th and 14th holes. P L A Y E R USES IRONS Player, meanwhile, was rip- Guindon. who scattered six iiits and began an important double- play in the eighth inning. Louis Melendez. the Travs .center fielder, also played an - - · n -- .',, icenier nciaer, aiso [j ping his irons at the flag w i t h j imporlant ro ] e j n the victory. methodical regularity. It was Player's first tour victor.- in the United States since h e ' w o n the U.S. Open at. St. Ln;iis in 1965. And the $30.000 wai the biggest check he's ever pulled do'.'.p.. "I can \ne the money." he quipped. "I've gut a wife, live Iciris and 30 horses to feed. Melende?. threw out Dick Grant trying to stretch a base hit in the ninth and beat out a base hit near the mound that led to the Travs' unearned run in the sixth. Mclende?.' hit came after Don Spain had walked Dan Na- .poleon and Guindon. Spain's wild throw on the base hit enabled Napoleon tu score. one of the top i season pitched the no-hitter Sun tournament six in the ad--.nS«"^littlc%lobc S trrt-iiay for the Memphis Blues, er s a ? d g " ! m more 8 useu to! «ho defeated San Antonio 8-0 Saving a course like this, one jn the first game of a lexas Siti, rough that penalizes ,-. bad League douhleheader, Memphis W I U I luugi f wm t j lt , sccom | Ramc a ..j "" PITTING CONTEST j Jn other Texas League ac "Mo*' of the tour events i n ! lion. A m a r i l l n relief pitchci t h i s r n u n t r v are just putting] David ""nanrtcz m ^. ^ contests. T3ut this course is d i f - j league debut at the plain h fercnt. It makes you earn your; singling in the deciding run sweep. Meanwhile, the future of Red vclly as coach, of the Kings is in doubt. His two-year contract will be up this summer and general manager Larry Regan said the situation will be assessed in the interim. Rumors are that Kelly won't he rehired. He said only, "I'm not assessing my future right now. I'm not saying anything about my future." Coach Scotty Bowman of St. Louis declared. "We like to get his chance again in the finals. We're better than last year. We must have something to win eight straight." The Blues, who lost to Mont real four straight a year agn. ...pcd out Philadelphia and Los Angeles tn win the West Division playoffs this time. "The rest before the Los Angeles series really helped us." Bowman continued. "Now we'l lave another week's rest." The Kings scored the opening goal before the 7.388 at the Forum when Eddie .loyal slammed a 10-footer past Jacques Plante with the game just 1:48 old That 1-0 lead held up about 10 minutes before Terry Crisp scorer! for the Blues and the period ended 11. "I think we got a good lift from that first goal of ours." Bowman said. St. Louis scored twice in the second stanza with Red Keren- son and Gary Sabourin tallying. It was Berenson's seventh goa of t'-'O playoffs and the sjxth for Sabourin. Camille Henry tallied in the third period on a power play when three Blues converged on Kings goalie Gerry Desjardins. Kings owner Jack Kent Cooke commented. I t h i n k that's right. You should have Uj earn them, just- like yfni h a v e tn earn everything else in l i f e . "It's a Inveiy feeling to win this one. The tournament of Champions. It's sclf-cxplanato- victory with two goals while short handed in the first period. Veteran Eddie Westfall. teaming with Derek Sanderson as penalty killers, rebounded a Sanderson slap shot and bowled over defenseman Jacques Lap- perrire and goalie Rogatien Vachon for the first score, and after Jacques Lemaire tied it for Montreal, Westfall set up Sanderson for another score that put the Bruins ahead to stay. beautiful show at The decisive goal came when Westfall set up Bobby Orr for a close in shot on a give-and-go passing 18:13 of the final period. Trailing 3 1. Montreal pulled Vachon and Serge Savard tip in a shot seconds later with one minute to go. but the Bruins held on. The rugged, action-packed series now shifts back to Montreal for the fifth game Tuesday night. niMrawwimfflim^ Sports In. Brief Germon Breaks Mark BONN, Germany (AP) -- lans Fassnacht of West Germany became the first man to wim the 400-meter freestyle vent in under four minutes vhen he was timed in 3:59.7 just wasn't meant to be this year. Last year we made it to the quarter ' with two outs in the eighth a. the. Giants edged Albuquerque finals. This year we made it 7.1; to the semifinals. Next year Dallas-Fort Worth cdKcd Kl we'll Ret tn the finals." While Cooke was talking, the Blues were singing merrily ii Paso 6-5 in a game of give away and moved hack into tie for first place in the TL's Western Division. their locker room. Boston started to its second NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Average of 58 stocks Fib. TIRED OF RIDING ROLLERCOASTERS? 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