Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 12, 1972 · Page 9
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nillllllKllllllplllllliniffiHIIIfllllllMpltllllllMMlWVIIffl League Leaders i . i '- Nwthwwt ArkAnwi TIMIS, Sot,, Aug... II l»7J '· 1 n Says /f's Only Temporary Marathon Golfers With sore aiul bandaged non-slop hours of play.'and'a Miami Beach youths decided hands, John Scllgman, left, golf nniralhon record of 1,062 lo Settle for the record and · and Gary Kaplan, turned In holes. Their goal had been ""' '·«»·"« ti««n" f*i wire, golf scores In tlie neighbor- 1,200 holes; but the two Noi-lh hood of 5,000 Friday, nfler 70 ' ' ' ·' '· ' get some sleen. (AP Wire- photo) ' ' - ' . . ' . 1 , ! By 'IHB' ASSOCIATED TRESS AMERICAN UJAGUB BATTING (260' at bnls)- Rudi, Oak, .320; Scholnblum, I ' R V N S - J R u d l , ' Ouk, 72 j D.AHon, Chi, 68. RUNS BATTED IN~D,AUen, Chi, 82; MUrcoi', NY, 84, HITS-Hudl, Oak, 137; PI- i ) l e l l a K C , 120., ' DOUBLES-- Plnlclla, KC, 2B; Rudl, Qak, 25, ' .,TRIPLES-rrRudt, Oak, 8i Blair,"Bal,"8j' Fl»k, Dsn, 6; Thompson, Min, 6. ' HOME RUNS-D.AIlen, Chi, 28; Cash, Del, 21: H.Jackson, Oak,-21. STOLEN BASES -- D, Nelson, TevY 36; CafnpanerlSj Oak, 28. ' PITCHING (8 Dcclslorti)- Kaal, Mln, 10-2, ,833, 2 06 Kline, NY,, 13 4, ,764, 1.69. . I STRlKEOUTS-N.Ryap, Cal, 1!)8; Lollch.'Det, 171. ' NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTJNG (250 at b a t s)-Cedeno Iltn, .352; B.Williams, Chi, .340. · RUNS-Morgan, CIn, 83; Bonds," SF, 84. RUNS BATTED IN-Stargcll, Pgh, 89; Colbert, SD, 84. HITS--B.Williams, Chi, 140; Brock,'StL,. 137. · DOUBLES-i-Bonds,'' SF, 25; Williams, Chi, 24; Torre, StlJ, 24; ,Tolan, Cin, 24; ,Ceden6, Htn, 21 ( i , ( i ;· ' ;· ,·'· . ·, TRIPLES--Brock, StL, 8; Rose, Cin, 8; Bowa, Phir 7; Safiguillen, Pgh, 7; Maddox, SF, 7. ' ' HOME RUNS--Colbert, SD, Sli'/Stargall, Pgh, 27. ',, STOLEN' BASES; -Bl'o"ok,"StL, 45; Morgan, Clri, 39; 'C?deno, Htn, 39. PITCHING (8 Decisions)-Nolan, Cin, 13-3, .812, 2.01 Mar shall,'Mori. 10-3,' J69, 1.34. STRIKEOUTS--Carlton, Phi 232; Seaver, NY, 154. Orioles First In AL East By 'fUK ASSOCIATKI) PRESS 'Tlje Baltimore Orioles arc I n l 'irst, place In the' American 1 League Bant, but Billy Martin sayi they shouldn't make them- Hclvcs Ioo;eomf6rlab1e, "Tell 'cm llVon!)* temporary and i to!) 'cm not to get imed to It," isay's. Detroit Tiger Manager Martin. "Tell ,'cm we'll be back." Martin exuded confidence Friday night despite a 5 1 loss to the Cleveland Indians that dropped hh Tigers out of the top spet for.the first time since July 10. The Orioles moved in by a| halt-game after beating Boston 2-1. The'Tigers have'lost .nine 'of their last 12 games. The New York Yankees were lealcn 4-2 by the Milwaukee Brewers and dropped 2'A Many Top Stars Drop Out Nevil Takes Lead ..HARRISON, N.Y. (AP) r- Arnold Palmer is home in Oat 1 robe,- Pa., Lee .Treyino ts fishing and ithe gallery is still looking for the leader in the Wesl- chester Classic,fone^of Mie rich- est'tournaments on the .pro golf .tour .this season. · . · . - · · ; · "After I made a few birdies' I could see 'em coming over.the hills looking f o r ' m e , " obscure 'Dwight Neyil 'said in a t soft Texas drawl Friday after his vere $100,000 winners Grierlsuch outstanding players as Jones. Jimmy Jamieson andlrookia Lariny Wadkiris, former erry Heard; such 1972 tourSchampion Frank Beard, J. C. vinners as Bert Yancey, MillerlSnead, Gi,bby Gilert, Dave Jarber Bobby Mitchell, KerfnitlStockton, Phil Roclgers and Bob Parley and Babe Hiskey; and|Lunn. 000 'event that- offers -$50.000 to ; the winner. ; ".The gallery started lobking " ', lor n\e about 'halfway through *( my round," cohtihued the 27* year-old Nevili a 'one-time Dal- £ las 'firemah. -"But / my 'caddy i- didii't have', a name tag and -tliey didn't know what I looked t -like so they really didn't know 2 Seniors Card 72$ To Share Tourney Lead HOT SPRINGS; Ark. (AP), Willis Watkins of Conway ani Herman Stiles of : Pine Bluf grabbed a .share of the lead a par :?2,Frlday. ; Iri.-the Arkansa State Senior-Men's golf tourna ment here. Defending champion Clil Shaw of Little Rock and Al Wi liams were one shot back at 73 At 74 were W. A. Dowell o Walnut Ridge, Henry McCrar of Jacksonville and Johnson A lison of Fayetteville. amcs behind - t h e ' Orioles, 'Bos- p i s In fourth, four games out nd Cleveland In fifth, nine ack' ' ' In/the West, the Oakland A's maintained an uneasy ohe- ame lead over the -Chicago Vhlte Sox after splitting' two ames. The .A's defeated the Vhlte Sox 5 3 |n the contlri- alloh of: Thursday night's sus- chded game and rtnc' White ox then t o o k ' t h e secoh'd c'ori- est 1-0. / In Friday, night's other Amcr- oan League games,.the Kansas lily Royals turned back the 'cxas Rangers 2-0 and the Call- orma ' Angels bcaf. . the Mln- icsota Twlris~3-l, Steve Dunning pitched a scv- n-hltler to tame the Tigers for he Indians. He pitched shutout air until the ninth inning, when Mickey Stanley spoiled the scoreless string with a home who they were looking for." Nevil, who has never even come close to winning a major lournamen.!., had a 36 hole total of 131--13 under par for two rounds over the 6,700 yard Wes Chester Country Club course. II m a t c h e d , the (test 36 holes, ol the season-on the tour. Lurking just one stroke, ofi his pace, however, was the threatening figure of Nicklaus the Masters and U.S, Oper champion,' the leading money winner and easily the domlnan figure in the game this .year Nicklaus had a 67 for 132. 1 It was' three more strokes back to Australian Bruce Devlin and · 22-year-old .rookie ..Jim Simons, tied at" 13'5. Simons, a pro for only a month had a.'66 and Devlin at 68. Wayne Yates, 69, and rookie Steve Melnyk, 71, were next at 136. DeWitt Weaver, the husky first round leader, slipped from, a 64 to 73 and was alone at 137 after a wildly erratic round that included a double bogey, five bogeys, four birdies and an eagle. Palmer, the 42-year-old defending champion, had a second consecutive 7.3 and failed to q u a l i f y for the final two rounds, 'the second lime this season he had miss'cd the cut. Amongv those who failed to qualify .'for'-'' the last two rounds ·un. · ' The Indians 'scored three unearned runs In the, first Inning as a result of a muffed ine drive by Detroit left fielder Gates Brown.- / ' ' Bobby Grlch led off tho ninth inning With a home run to power Baltimore and Mike C dell ar over Boston. Cuellar struck but 13 Red Sox, but'yielded the tying run In the eighth on three singles. Grlch then came through with His game-winning hit oft Boston -reliever Don Ncwhauser in the ninth. ' George Scott drove In two runs with a triple and homer to lead ': Milwaukee over' New York, Skip Lockwood, with ninth-Inning relief help from Frank Linzy, improved his record to 6-9. Oakland- won Friday night's first game with Chicago when Joe Hudi spanked .a two-run homer In the IDlh Inning.' The jame, halted by curfew with he score tied 3-3 after 17 Jh nlngs Thursday night, | yas picked up-prior, to the sche^- ilcd game between the A's and White. Sox.'' · ( , · Jim "Cattish" Humer,, who pitched the 'two Innings of tho 'Irst game to pick up the Victory, started the second game and became the loser In,, that one. Dave Lemonds and Cy Acosla combined on a two-bitter and Carlos May knocked In the game's, only run with a Ivrst-inning single. ! Roger Nelson pitched a three- hitter and Richte ; . Seheinblum and Amos Otis hit home runs to pace Kansas City 'over Toxas. Clyde Wright pitched a five-hitter and drove in the winning run with a seventh-Inning single to pull California past Minnesota. F R E E At RAZORBACK BOWLING LANES 632 West Dickton -- Fay«t1«vilU Bowl One Game at Regular Prici and Grt On* Fr«« with this Coupon. -- New pint, raturfacce) lan«$, completely remodeled. Under New Management. See you ioon and happy bowling. Arkansas Travs Slide Past Shrevepor! By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS . W i t h Mike Sterling's five-hit pitching cooling:on me opposition,' the Memphis Blues threw, in a' f e w hoi bats Friday night to clobber the East - division* leading Alexandria Aces: 7-3 in Texas League play. The other 1'L; action, Arkansas slid: past Shreveport 2-1 and El Paso expanded its eil Division lead to eight games by downing Amarillo 4-2. in.;,ll ' i n nmgs. Ham postponed, the Mid land'at San Antonio contest. Ron Biggie and Paul Womble tossed in. Home runs to pace the Blues to their victory over the aces. .But,. Alexandria's Mike Ivie, not to be denied, came through with a four-bagger o his own that tied him with Gor man Thomas of San Antonio for the league's home run lead Both have .23. , · ' " · " Arkansas scored two runs in the third inning against Shreveport on a walk, a double, and a single. Milt Ramirez, whose double was responsible for the first r u n , strained a leg trying to make it around the bases and had to be replaced. Leo Mazzone of Amarillo and Dennis Jariies of El Paso pitched a scoreless duel for ten innings. But the Sun-Dodgers picked up four unearned runs i n ' t h e top of the llth on five hits and two errors. Amarillo came back--but with only two runs. . SUNDAY SPECIALS! NEW IGA ON 62 WEST NOW OPEN! 405 North College ·Evelyn Hills · Slouthgate · Weitgate We Re«erve The Right To Limit WK WELOOME FOOD STAMP Banquet DINNERS NLR Pins Loss On Fort Smith In Legion Meet NEWPORT, Ark. (AP) -Two w a l k s with the bases loaded In the bottom of the ninth gave North Liltle Rock an 8-7 victory over Kort Smith here Friday night in the stale American Legion.baseball tour nnmcnt. North Little Rock Is the only undefeated team loft in the double · elimination event. For I Smith and Pine Bluff have lost only once. The llnnls will be Sunday. . Ahead 7-fi going Into the finiil h a l f I n n i n g , Fort' Smith's Dennis LundfMil.il allowed North Little Rook to load the base? with no.'.puts .'and,- then Lund rjulsl walked two straight bat "'pant Palmor wns the w i n n e r Cor Norlh LI ill o Rook. , , In the other gnmos V r l d n y - P J r i f l ' Bluff e l l m l n n t r t i lllytho vlllo 3-,2 nnd Little Rnck ellml j natcd Forrest City S-S. Out With Injury Reggie Jncksoii, Oakland A's: leading home r u n hitler, Is- .shown In front of his locker' ntlcr It was announced (hut he had been placed on the 15 day injury list with a lorn rib ·carllldgc. Jackson will m i s s (he current scries wltli the Chicago White Sox which will determine the division leader. (AP Wlrephoto) Texans To Meet LA JUNTA. Colo. (AP) -- A air of unbeaten teams from Texas battle it out tonight in the Connie Mack South; Plains Regional baseball , tournament here.-. ' ; . 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