N*Hhw*it Arkansas TIMES, Wtd., April 33, 1969 MVfTTiviu.1, JMKAMM Slugfest Breaks Out During Royal Win Â· By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Â·' The Cleveland Indians, given Â· one last chance, proved again Vthat only good can come from '. finally landing The Hawk. '. After Ken Harreison decided ' to forego retirement Tuesday r evening and report to Cleveland the Indians went out and cele- . bratr-d in what has become their Â· accustomed way--by losing. Showing why they need Har- ; relson's big bat. the Indians were grounded by the Baltimore ' Orioles 3 2 Tuesday night for their seventh consecutive defeat and l l t h in 12 games this season. Meanwhile, the Boston Red Sox showed again they can win without Harreison, unloading four home runs to heat the New trading Harreison day. In other games, 'igcrs rallied for a over Washington, fought for a 2-1 The Indians, iceding some fire scoring only 3-1 games, this time n died for Tom Pho Richcrt. Drysdale's Future Questionable r.y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS All good tilings must come to ;in cnr] nnri tho Los Angeles Dodgers can testify to that. But do all had things come to an ond (hat's what the Houston Ast:-is would like to know. Â· The Dodgers' good thing end. rd at six straight victories Tuesday night when they absorbed a li 0 clecfat at tho hands of t h e San Francisco Giants. Houston's had thing kept right on going as (lie Astros took a 1-1-0 thumping . from Cincinnati for their seventh consecutive loss. to a mug. retirement because of injury. "I'm not cuses," Drysi on the ball. I'm In other National League ac-|kecp gomg like this." tion Tuesday. Montreal shut out : St. Louis 2-0. Pittsburgh swept a 'Â· Uoubleheader from Chicago 7-5 . nnd 6-5 and San Diego socked Atlanta 8 4. Philadelphia's game - at Xew York was postponed by '. r a i n . Â·'. Ray Sadccki put an end to the "; Dodgers' tidy little string of vie iorics. limiting LA to six hits-- "Â· only two after the second in' ning. Bohby Bonds socked his second home run of the season for the Giants, who shr-'tal Don .' Drysdale and tagged the Dodger Â·; ace with iiis second loss in three decisions. An error by Ted Six.cmorc led Dogs Grab Second In Local Meet The Kayettevillc played host to an A and R division track meet yesterday afternoon at Harmon field. In the top division. Muskogee put-scored the Bulldogs 72-51. Lincoln finished first in the B division with points as Prairie Grove nippcc Elkins 40-45Vi for second place Greenland placed fourth with 42 points and Faycttcville's enlrj claimed the fifth place spoi with 38'.4. ic would cc regular turn "if vants it that wa Valt Alston said }rysdale, a Dodger starter for 3 yoars, had better stuff than ic did in his two previous out- ngs. Tony Perez clubbed four hits ncluding a two-run homer and Johnny Bench drove in five runs n Cincinnati's drnhhing of Houston. The Astros managed t three hits against Mel Queen and Clay Carroll. Queen, attempting a comeback from arm trouble, worked six innings before his arm acted ip and Carroll took over. The Reds rapped 18 hits and ran their two-game totals to 25 runs against the Astros. Bill Stoneman. who hurled a lo-hitter in his last start, came back wilh a second straight shutout as Montreal banked St. or their sec- e starts since last Satur- the Detroit j 4-2 decision Kans.as City victory over rounced Min- ornia mauled Sox 8-0. desperately power after runs in 12 lled over and bus and Pete his record to hrce hits bc- ases full with th inning, hut o retire Max noble : reezes rned runs for out Drysdale n the next in- ^wncast after- about possible e of an arm ing any ev- ?aid. "But I'm o some series the next few get anything not going to is." icdged. saying e to take his TVIr Alslnn Alvis on one pitch and blank the Indians in the ninth. Cleveland needed a walk, stolen base, passed ball and an error to get one run and Larry Brown homered for the other. But the Orioles, who humbled the Indians 11-0 the night before, won this one on Boog Powell's first homer that broke a 2-2 deadlock in the fifth inning. Boston, on the other hand, showed little affect from losing the American League's run batted in champion of 1968 as Mike Andrews. Rico Petrocelli and Carl Yastrzcmski slammed solo homers and Tony Conigliaro belted a three-run shot in the fourth, breaking a 2-2 tic. The attack against Stan Bahnsen, 04, made it easy for un- beaten Ray Gulp, who won his third in a row with a four-hitter. Only Joe Pepitone's two-run homer troubled him. Detroit was having hitting troubles against Camilo Pascual, who had a one-hitter-- Bill Frechan's homer-- entering the ninth inning before the Tigers broke loose. Pinch hitter Tom Matchick opened the ninth with a hit and Gates Brown, another pinch hitter, walked. Then Dick McAuliffe finished Pascual with a two run triple and Al Kaline followed with a sacrifice fly. Kansas City used Pat Kelly's elusive slide home on Lou Pin iella's short sacrifice fly in the fifth inning to break a 1-1 dead- St. Louis Batting Attack Robertson doubled home a pair of runs in the fourth inning of the opener and then delivered the winning run with a sacrifice fly in the eighth inning. Robertson had tripled and scored earlier and Willie Stargell had whacked a grand slam home run. Chuck Hartenstein in the first game and Ron Kline in the second turned in airtight relief to hold the Cubs off. Ollie Brown walloped a three- run homer, highlighting a six- run San Diego explosion in the sixth inning that carried the Pa dres past Atlanta. Brown also had a single and a double and drove in four runs. Joe Frazier Plasters Bricklayer While Jerry Quarry Waits In Wings HOUSTON (AP) -- Now that Frazier, now unbeaten in 23 ock for its victory, but not be- ore a battle royal. The benches and bullpens of Indians Pass Peace Pipe To Ken Harreison After Four-Hour Meeting In Chief's Office NEW YORK ( A P ) ' - Ken|Azcuc. The other players had wth teams emptied with numerous fights in the iHarrelson entered the haseball commissioner's office a Hawk, came out a drove and immediately flapped his, wings in the di v 7, -;, r i Â· n r , n n ,\ Irection nf the baseball and fining after the Royals Ell.c Uod - 1 f clcvcland . r,gue..bowled over second base- ..^ ^^ w j n he jn 'Cleveland Wednesday night and vill be in uniform when the Indians play the New York Yan- cees." Gabc Paul, president and [eneral manager of the Indians, mnounced with a sigh of relief Tuesday night. A four-hour session in the of- .ce of Commissioner Bowie Kuhn thus settled the six-player .rade between the Indians and ioston Red ihrown into -when Harreison, a slugging out- ielder-first baseman, said he would retire from baseball rather than report to Cleveland and ose an estimated $750.000 in jusiness opportunities in Bos- The Hawk and pitchers Dick Ellsworth and Juan Pizarro were sent to Cleveland Saturday for pitchers Sonny Siebert and Vicento Romo and catcher Joe fourth in- a force play. First Rodri- [uez and Harper squared off. rompting their teammates to oin them. The two were ejected and then Harper had to be restrained from charging umpire luss Goet/. After the battle, and Kelly's slide, rookie right-hander Mike iedlund continued to hold off the Pilots with only two hits until Moe Drabowsky took over in :he eighth. He worked out of a 'irst-and-tnird, none out situa- :ion to save the victory. Rookie Rollie Fingers, making his first major league start, stopped Minnesota on five hits as Oakland ended the Twins' seven-game winning streak. Rich Reichardt. Jim Fregosi and Jay Johnstone hit homers to back Jim McGlothin's eight-hit pitching as California broke a Â·=ixgame losing streak by routing the White Sox. M r - Alston he has disposed of a bricklayer! bouts with 20 knockouts, quickly ! 'iie bel'iCTed with tTM vicious swin * s of his | ended Zyglewicz' record of nev- Louis. Stoneman hits and Rot the allowed six onlv run he needed when Rusty Staub singled home an unearned run in the first inning. Mack Jones' third homer gave Sloneman a cushion run in thp ninth. Pittsburgh cooled off the Cute with rookie Bob Robertson playing a key role in the doubleheader sweep. wicked left hook, the question before boxing circles today was whether Joe Frazier is ready to risk his share of the world's h e a v y w e i g h t title against rugged Jerry Quarry. It took the quick-fisted Frazier only 96 seconds to destroy unknown and unranked Dave Zyglewicz Tuesday night in the Philadelphian's third title defense. A press conference was called for noon. EST, today by the Madison Square Garden Boxing, Inc. for "an important announcement concerning a major Speculation w a s that Frazier had been offered a quarter of a million dollars to meet Quarry, the No. 2 World Boxing Association heavyweight. June 23 in the Garden. Yancey "Yank" Durham, Frazier's manager, said, "we're still dickering. It looks pretty good. That much money would sure be hard to turn down." Quarry. who posted impressive 12th round knockout over Buster Mathis March 24 in the Garden, is 31-2-4 with 18 ka yos. cr having been knocked down. Dave's record is 28-1. The champion caught the former Navy Atlantic Fleet champion with a blistering left hook and down he went. After a mandatory eight count, Zyglewicz was doubled over with a right and then lashed with another left hook and it was all over. "I never felt nobody hit as hard." said Zyglewicz. "He's real fast. I never saw the knockout punch coming." Frazier said, "There's nobody I can't beat. He (Zyglewicz) has R lot of heart. I think he was a good fighter to get up." The bearded Frazier had a 14-pound advantage at 20414 to crowd of Jhreveporl Trips Travs With Late Inning Rally LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Shreveport Braves rallied for three runs in the ninth inning to defeat Arkansas 3-2 in a Texas League game Tuesday night. Shreveport trailed 2-0 until the final inning where they ex ploded against Arkansas rcliev er Bob Chlupsa. A walk to Dick Grant starlet the rally. After Chlupsa fanned Doug King. Faustino Zabala doubled to leave the tying runs on second and third. Charles Garrctt then slappec i two-run double and winninf pitcher Dale Roberts move; Garrett to third with a safe bunt. The winning run scored a: Al Cambcro grounded out. 190'/2. A pro-Zyglcwicz 8.500 p a i d approximately $127,000 for the scheduled 15- rounder. Frazier got 40 per cent of the gate or about $50.000. Zyglewicz collected his biggest payday as a boxer with his 20 per cent or some $23,000. The native of Watervliet, N.Y.. makes a living layini bricks when not fighting. Dan Napoleon in front with a Sox which was confusion Sunday jeen ordered withheld from ac,ion until the deal was ironed out and Boston manager Dick Williams immediately named Siebert as today's starter against Washington. Besides Harreison, Kuhn and Paul. Dick O'Connell, general manager of the Red Sox. Joe Cronin. American League president, and Bob Woolf, Harrelson's lawyer, sat in on the Tuesday talks. "I went in there determined to stay out." Harreison insisted, "but they are very persuasive gentlemen, particularly Mr. Kuhn and Mr. Paul. They start- ed working on me right away and I fought back. They argued and I replied, but after a while they started to win me over. At one point I felt like a little schoolboy about to get a spank- Thcy made me realize what I was doing was bad for myself and that I should be back in baseball. . SAVE UP TO $100 On Thai Next Set of Tires TEXACO TIRELAND Highway 18 E. 521-9400 ing. Write or all for tree Ttomtcttt Gene L. Thrasher ft Co. 545 East North FayetteviUe, Ark. 7Z70I CHÂ»- _2M_SMl_ put Arkansa? two-run homr run off Stan Bell in the sixth inning. Arkansas lefty Jimmy Jackson had a shut-out going until the eighth inning when he tired and was replaced by Chlupsa. 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