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I · Northwest Arkontas TIMIS, Sol., April 14, 1976 Bulldogs Take First In Triangular Meet ,, FORT SMITH-The Fayel- .tc'viiie High School track leant 'acciiijiulaied . 63\i points and fini'Jwd first in a triangular Invitational track meet, here Friday. Fort Smith Northside was second in the meet \vj|h 58 points- and Southside in third , with 45W. . - ."-The most, outstanding tiling that happened in (he meet was .'-flur-, time in the mile relay," i ( said .,'FayeUeviMe coach Whit , Fowlkes." "We won tlie event wiUr a time of 3:28.3, which ..!:about the fifth best time in the'state, but it's the fastest , we've run the mile since I've been at FayeUeville." · ·sTIiE team members and their -individual quarter-mile splits in ' t h a i relay were Dennis Dahlcr, 51.6,._Bobhy Phitts, 52.4, Tracy Fiincher. 51.4, and Jconis Love,I 51.9 " Jpft Shaw also had an outstanding day for the , Bulldogs, placing first in three events and fourth in another. Shaw won the 180 low hurdles in 20.2. the 120 hurdles in 1S.-1. «nd Iho lone jump with a 19-9Vi leap. He placed fourth in the 220 .dash in 23.5. LOVE FIRST Jeems Love placed first in the ·! 40-yard dash with a .52.3 clocking. Jim Elliot won .Ihe shot put with a 50-9 throw and N : cd Parette was. first in the discus with a 135-Ui toss. Scott Woelk placed fourth in the discus with 123-2. . ; Steve Steward won the' pole vault by clearing 13-0 and Eddie Sugg was fourth in that event with a 11-6 vault. Fancher tied Nets, Spurs To Conclude layoff Test UN10NDALE," N.Y. CAP) dne* thing i s ' certain. Rich JptidS^tt'on't be spending Saturday light in a motel room. That's" where he was last Wednesday night In San An- tonio,-lhe result of a decision by'Sew York Nets Coach'Kevin Loujjfcerv, who chose to play without his high-spirited forward in Game Six of the Amern: Scan Basketball Association rv'-iemifinaV playoffs. " T The^problem was that'Jones, ·;':once a'member of the Spurs, S"!has" Seen'the target of some i^pretty"heavy criticism f r o m the San Antonio front office for his energetic,' battling style.of play. ,-,-. There.had been a bench-clearing brawl in an earlier ganie in -.i'i-S an'Antonio and Loughery was apparently more · concerned -. -about "Jones' safety--and sani- j f j ty--than he was in winning. ...... l! i \vant Jo win," said the usu- =V,-.aHy"'fiery Ixi'jghery. !^Rich Is ^e'an Jm'pbrtant part of this team. The"~m:an wanted to play, but he v-fwasnT.' in the best frame of ..--mind.'I didn't want to endanger him any more oi put him under ;~-:any more stress, ^ f t "There's just a cerlain -· amouRl of stress you can put a s-person'- under; 11 he added. "I ---personally could not have, taken ; -".as much as he already has." l i. ; ,- \Vithoul Jonps.- a rugged re. bounder and take-charge- guy, .- the'Nets fell 103-106 and sent - - t h e 'series back to the Nassau r -Coliseum for Ihe deciding sey- · Saturday night. And .-'Jane'sVwill be there. : --- Gienejal Manager John Beg: zos,.of, the Spurs had 'called Jones "garbage- with a capital :; 'G,' trash." To which Jones re- spp^e'd: "They're trying to de- -·^stroy'jwple lo win games. All -'·-I want is o:it of that city. I'm · -;nor'."going to live there any .- moreV'Jhey've driven me out." FHS Netters Rjecord 15th Win Of Year '.': .HOGEHS -- The Fayetteville r 'High'School tennis team put its ·iseason.record at 15-1 by defeat: '·'ing".Rogers High Friday In a f-A'AA-West Conference meet. The 'FHS"nelters lost only one gles'Jmatch Jor Ihe afternoon and topped the Rogers team 8-1. Fayetteville's Soren Kraemer lost to Lance Ashmore for the second time this year in [he number one singles match. Ash' . more won 6-1, 6-3. t . From that point on, it was ., all. Fayetteville. Mark' Durton downed ffark Beatly' of Rogers 6-2, 6-3 and Rick Bashor edged Curtis Campbell 4-6, W, 6-0. David Galely -.,topped Mark Tile 6-3, 6-3, Car' ler (Jpode rouled Tim Mika 6-1 ·6-2, and Bill Gatewood nipped ;;Chris-.Webb 7-5, M. /' Fayetteville won all three ol ,' the .doubles matches, with the Kraemer-Dullon learn outlasting ^Ashmdre and Beatly 7-5, 6-7, 1 'G-4 in the first match. ' . Carter Goode and Mike Wallman defeated Campbell-Tile 6-4. ··) 8-7, 6rO, and Andy Blyholder and Sam Pitts of Fayelleville stop- perf.Mika and Webb 6-4, 6-2 , The Bulldogs face Benfonville Monday afternoon in Fay- etfeyille, but Friday's victory, 'and iheir 15-1 record, keeps the .. FHS nelters in first place in the "conference with the AAA-Wesl fourriamenl coming up next Friday. Roijiirez Prevoils DENVER -- Uaul Ramirez beat out Charles Pasarell 6-3, fi- 2 lo win a spol in the semifinal of the 564.000 World Championship Tennis tournament. EVEREST * JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS TOW XWTtt* IVIU for t h i r d . in Hie high jyimp with a 5-8 leap. , '. Wolfgang Albrcchl recorded his fastest lime ever ill placing second in Hie BSD run with a 2:05 clocking. He Also finished Ihird in t h e ' m i l e run in 4:59.8 and third in Ihe two-mile in 10:50.5 Charlie Ferguson,look second in [he-mile run with a 4:52.3 lime and ajso finished second En the two-mile run in 10:34.5. Raucty Williams claimed third place in Ihe 220 dash in 23.4 and David Jackson was Ihird in Ihe 100-yard 'dash 'in : 10.3. Todd Darter took: fourth in [ho 180 low hurdles i n . , 22.1.: Curtis Mahone w a s . t h i r d in Ihe long jump with a 19-Vr jump. Fayelleville's n e x I competition will ' ' b e in Ihe AAA-Wesl Conference Meet at Russellville April 30. Milwaukee Detroit Cleveland tallimore 'Chauvinist Pigs' Upset Over Guthrie's 500 Bid TRENTON,' N.J. (AP) -- Janet Gulhrie's career as an auto racer and her bid to become the first woman to drive in the Indianapolis 500 ' next month faces a crucial test in Sunday's 15m annual Trenlohian 200. Miss Guthrie. 38. a slim brunette New York City physicist who has spent the last 13 years in sports car racing, makes her debut in Tridiahapolis-type cars at the tricky kidney-shaped 1.5- mile Trenton Speedway, Although a near record 28 entries have been received for HIP 22- car field, most observers agree Miss Guthrie should be abte to earn one of the starting spots for the nationally televised event. "I may be a -woman, but when, I .get in that car I'm a race driver." said the bespectacled. Miss Gulhrie. "I don't pretend this type of racing is easy, but I believe 1 can get the job done. "IF I can't. I've promised myself I'll have the courage lo admit it and park the car." Miss Gulling, who'is the first woman to file an entry for the Indianapolis 500. is not.likely to get permission to compete for a spot at indy strictly on her credentials in sports car racing.: Previous .experience in open \vh,«el racing -at some level is a irerequisite for any rookie to ^e allowed to e v e n start the Indv drivers* test. i "f think that's fair," M i s s ·uthrie said. "I just hope I get a reasonable opportunity to prove myself," TIRE TESTING .In tire testing here last week. Miss Guthre achieved speeds in the 150 miles per hour range with her Offcnhauser-powered Vollsfedt, which would have earned her Hth starting position in the race here test fall, said 'of fie las of the sanctiining U.S. Aulo Club. Bui it is not without considerable hostility (hat a certain number of entrants accept Miss Guthrte's presence here. 'Drivers threatened a boycott if Arlcne Hiss, who broke the sex barrier in Indianapolis-type racing in an unimpressive man* ner last month at Phoenix, was permitted to d r i v e here. "I'm not happy about this whole thing. I've ".made that E erfeclly clear before," grunv led Bobby U riser, 1 (he Phoenix M'inner and a five-lime former Trenton victor. '.'I've said all I'm going to say on the subject for now. Let's just hope we all come through this in one piece." · "I'm sorry .Bobby feels the way L EM' does. I .hope I , can change his mindi "about me," said Miss Guthrie, who refers to Unser as "Male Chauvinist While the controversy about Miss Gufhrie simmers,'a highly competitive race, which is expected (o draw a near - record crowd, is on Up Sunday with four former Indianapolis winners and as many as a dozen drivers considered .reasonably capable of winning. The erriry list includes A.J, Foyt. the defending Trenlonian champion, and "Gordon Johncock, winner of last fall's race. Oakland ' 6 6 .500 'Vi :an Cily 5 5 .500 \i Jhicago 4 5 .414 1 California 5- ; « .385 2 Minnesota ~ 3 7:: .300 2tt - Friday's Game* Detroit 7. Texas" 6 Cleveland 3. Oakland 0 Kansas City 3, New York 2 · Milwaukee 4, California 2 - · oston 9. Chicago 2: - r , Only games scheduled - · Saturday's.Games i , Texas (Singer 1-0) at Detroit ;Ruhle 0-0) Oakland ] · (Norris ' 0-0) at Cleveland (Dobson 1-1) Kansas 'City (Busby 0-i) at \ T cw York (Figueroa 1-0) Baltimore "(HolUman 1*0) at Minnesota (Blyleven -1-1 ) - ',' , .California (Tanana 1-1) at Milwaukee Champion 0-0) Boston '(Le 0-1) at' Chicago [Forsler 00), (n) -Sunday's Games Texas at Detroit Kansas City at New York .Oakland at Cleveland Boston at Chicago ^Baltimore at Minnesota California at Milwaukee NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pcf GB JPitts · 6 4 .600 -- *"!]» 5 4 .556 ' V4 Chicago g g .500 1 \ew York 6 7 .462 H Montreal 5 6 .455 I 1 , St. 'Louis 4 7 .364 2? WEST 7 4 Dale's Gels Win In Softball Play FARMINGTON -- Two games were played Friday in the Farm- inglon Softball League ' with Dale's Tree Service defeating Farm Service Co-op 12-8 in the opener. Rick Stowers was the winning pitcher /or Dale's and Ron Sacks was the loser. Four home runs were hit in lhat game, all inside the park. For Dale's, Robert Bartz, Dale Bynum arid Tony Riddle homered.. David Stout sailed one for, the Co-op. In the second game, Farm Service Co-op bounced back to whip Arkansas Weslern Gas 14-3. Rick Burba was tiie winning pitcher and Charlie Stevens was the ioser. ; David Stout had his second home run of the evening for the Co-op in .that game and Tom Hitt recorded a round trip for Arkansas Western Gas. Arkansas Tech Siqns Three RUSSELLV1LLE. Art:. (AP) Arkansas Tech announced Friday that it has signed three junior college basketball players to Arkansas Intercollegiate Letters of Intent Tney arc Danny Ellis, a 5-8 Buarcl from A r k a n s a s State at Bccbt. Mickey Meimcrstorf, a 62 guard from Wcslarc Community College in Fort Smith, and Wendali Smith, a 6-2 g u a r d from Southern Baptist at Walnut Ridge. Kllis. who was twice an all- slate player at Morrilton High, averaged 25.7 points last season. Meimerslorf, who played for Forth Smith Norlhside High, averaged 15 points per game last year. Smith, a graduate of Joncs- boro Westside. averaged 2.5 rx)inls last year for So'jthern Baptist. Steers Drub Porkers 10-1 AUSTIN. Tex. -- Senior left- hander R i c h . a r d Wortham shackled Arkansas with a three-hitter Friday night (o giye the Texas Longhorns a 10-1 Southwest Conference basebal victory. ft was Wortham's 10th victory without a loss this year and his -36th career victory at Texas. That puts him only one shy of the National Collegiate Athletic Association record. He also struck out nine and walked six. Charles Proske gave Wor tham help at the plale with a three-run homer in the third inning. Warren Hemm,-7-3, was the losing pitcher. . The lone Arkansas run came in the ninth inning when HankThompson homered". Texas remains in first place in Ihe conference race with a 16-3 record and a 30-12 mark overall. Arkansas is 11-8 in the SWC and 29-10 overall. "We kinria dug our own grave," said Hogs coach N'orn DeBriyn. "Wortham had contro problems in the first two in nings, but we lelt f i v e runners stranded. We had the bases loaded with one out in Ihe second but couldn't score Worlham found himself anc settled down after that. "Then Texas · scored three runs in the third and three in the f i f t h to put the game away and we really gave them al six runs. We gave them four outs in each inning.' Warnie f f l e m m ) did it once when he had a guy trapped between second and third but let him sirde back into second." DeBriyn said the Hogs weren't 'down' despite the loss "We're in prety good shape,' he said."We've bounced back before, so maybe we can do it again." Major League Baseball v By Th* Associnied'FrMS ' A M E R I C A N LEAGUE Kast . . · : W -L Pel. GB v'ew York 7 3 .700 6 3 5 4 6 5 .4 4 ' . 4 6 W'tsl 6 y ' 6 6 5 5 ·I i 5. - , « 3 7:: .667 .556 .545 .500 .400 . Atlanta Houston Cincinnati San Fran San Diego "xis Ang .titf ' .600 5 .545 .500 9 .250 Friday's Games Montreal 5, Cincinnati' 4, Atlanta 6, PhiladelphEa5 Houston 3, New York 1 San Diego 5, St. Exnris 1 Chicago 4. Los Angeles 3, innings . ' · ' . , . San Francisco 7, Pittsburgh 3 Saturday's-Games Cincinnati (Zachry .0-0) at Montreal (Rogers 1-2) ·Pittsburgh (Rooker 1-0) at San Francisco (Halicki 1-2) Attanla (Messersmith 0-0) at Philadelphia (Carltdn 0-1) (n) New York fScaver 1-0) at Houston CDierker 2-1) (n) Chicago (Bonham M) al Los Angele.s (Suttoh 0-3), (n) ' St. Louis. (Falcone 0-1) at San Diego (Strom 1-1), (n) Sunday's Games . A t l a n t a at Philadelphia 'Cincinnati at Montreal New York a I Houston Chicago at Los Angeles St LOJ;S at San Diego Pittsburgh at,San Francisco Pro Hockey By The Associated Press . HI Plants Qriaricr-finals BeM of 7 Senrs Sunday's Games Los Angeles at Boston Toronto, at Philadelphia WHA Playoffs Bes(-of T 7 Series Friday s Games UnHed Sla es Semifinals New England 2 Indianapolis I New England leads series 3 Houston 3, San Diego 1, Hous ton leads series 2-0, Canadian Division lionli Winmpeg 6 Calgary I Winni peg leads series 1-0. Saturday's Gam*s United Stales Semifinals New England at-Indianapolis Sunday's Game*; United Slates Semlfhials Houston at San Diego Canadian Division finals Calgary at Winnipeg Professional Basketball By The AuftclnM PreH Quarter-Finals Best-of-l Series Friday's Game · Boston 10.1. Buffalo 96; Bos ion leacl.s series 2-0. Saturday's Game Golden .State at Detroit Sunday's Games Phoenix al Seattle, afternoon Phoenix leads series .3-1, Boston at Buffalo ABA Playoffs .- Semifinals Rcsl-oM Series Saturday's Gam« San Anlonlo at New York series lied 3-3. Sunday's fiame Denver at Kentucky, after noon, if necessary PIONEER has Homeowners LOANS $2,000-$15,000 - II OUjdoma Sljlt B'jolaleo «JIP; Service Since 1932 -Get £«t'a Cash Now Consolidate Oebls Cut Your Payments No Broker fees or Poinls PIO^EER FINANCE i OF OKLAHOMA'INC OU1 Of tOBII Mil WtlECI Siluam Springs 918/254-6186 Victimize Wild Tug McGraw Thompson Leads Nlcklaus By A Slwt At New Orleans NEW'ORLEANS''CAP) - Big rriey .Thompson is "in (he ighcsl. position in gol[; ' " : He's leading the. 175,ODD New rlcans;0|X!n., ·,. lV , . i ! Bui (he ''career also-ran Isn't It}' ipletcly Inmiliar with ' such · status and the pressure is rrific. He said he got there only "by co'jpJe of iuuky breaks." . · ; i His game isn't all he might ·e it to be- ;-: ,. ... :,-." : 'My driving was 'pretty bad." _ said. ' ' ' · ; ' . And looniing just one slifn rake behind him is the moli- ng figure, of Jack .Nicklaus. - .flame's most feared com- eliior." ' . . ' · ' · ' . ' · - i : "Actually.- I'm playing very j!l,"-an obviously pleased arid Eihly confident Nibklaus said riday after 'his Birdie-birdie \lsh had produced a 67 and a -hole total oi-135; nine strokes icier par! for two journeys 'or the 7,080-yard Lake«ood ountry Club course. "I expected to'play well this week," Nicklaus said. "It's a caYry-over 'of my preparations for ['he Masters. · . "I drove the .ball well. 1 hit my. Irons very well. My putting was good." Thompson, who one-putted 10 times and nhiyed his last nine holes In 30 strokes, had a sev- cii-undcr-pnr 65 . t h a t matched the host score of his three-year .career and , established the standard at 134i 10 under. ' B u t it wasn't easy'for the B- Eoot-5, one-lime basketball 'play : cr at Marshall University. He was playing erratically, had ,bo- gcycr} two of h i s ' 1 a s t three holes nnri was well hack in the pack when he pull-hooked his drive oil the 10th tee. the bal caroming off a tree 'and bo'ind ing onto an adjacent 'airway. He proceeded'to hit a lour wood shot o v e r ' t h e ' lowering, moss-hung- old ' cypress trees lhal dot this course, .hirdied'lhe hole from the wrong fairway, reeled o f f ! a siring of four in a row and eventually stroked his approach to within a couple of feet ot the cup on the final "?'e f o r - the bird Dial lifted .him clear, of Nicklaus., and lour sophomore Bill Rogers, whose G6 also got him In at 135. , The 'group at 137. tied for fourth halfway through this event, included first-round leader Mike Reasor.. who had n wildly erratic 72 that included three bogeys, a double .bogey and five birdies; Jim -Crluert, Larry Ziegler, Vic Regalado, Lee Elder and Lyn Loll. : J . Colbert shot : a 66 in the \varm, almost windless weather, Elder, Regalado and Loll shot 69s Anil Ztegler had a 68. -Hubert, Gren, who had to rally for a 70, and defending champion Billy Casper, with a 71, headed a group of five at 13fi. Jim Dent shot a 69 a n d ' w a s well placed at 139, only four shots out of Ihe lead, .but neglected to sign his scorocard and was disqualified. The tournament is sponsored by the First National Bank of Commerce. Braves Rally To Nip Philadelphia THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Philadelphia Phillies eeded their top fife man in the inth inning and dialed a h.ur- 'up call for Tug McGraw. But instead of fanning the alters, he just the fanned the iiihes. V .By the time the' smoke had eared,, the "sloppcr" of the h i 1 a d e I p h i a .bullpen had atked four batters and had Even up. a Iwo-run double lhal rdviried the Atlanta Braves ith a.dramatic .6-5 victory.Fri- ay night. i "I "caii'l; remember when I've ecu that wild," said the usual' reliable McGraw. "I was f...bul by just a tiltle bit." After seeing .an almost cer- ain victory .turn to defeat in e five-run Atlanta explosion, hilarielphia Manager Danny zark ;s r as just as astounded. "He .was throwing the .ball as ell as he can," said Ozark. "His pitches were good and so was his velocity. But he was missing--that's all." A H A P P E N I N G The miraculous; finish was termed "a 25-man happening" by Atlanta Manager Dave Bristol, ' ' . , "What a gamp." said Bristol. "Sometimes you have to play past the manager's mistakes." Bristol referred to'a 'mistaken lineup" card he handed the umpires at the start of the game mat listed two shortstops and no starling pitcher.,The error y.-asn' caught until the seventh inning. . · · In the other National League games',' Ihe Montreal Expos beat the '.Cincinnati Reds 5-4. the Houston Astros Irimmcd Ihe New York iMels 3-1, the San Diego Padres heat the St. Louis Cardinals 5-1, (he ' San Francisco Giains whipped the -Pills- burgh PiraLes 7-3 and the Chi- Hprne-Town Boy Eckersley Shuts Out Oakland Again By HERSCHKf, NISSENSO.N i AP Sports Writer If Dennis .Eckersley had any ome · town pride' he'd stop oing these .terrible 1 things lo e Oakland A's.. In hts rookie season of 1975, he Oakland native boat the A's vice, including,a shutout in his rst major league start. A n d lose were the only two games he Cleveland, Indians' captured rom the A's. Friday nigh! the I-ycar-qld right-hander fired , a vo-hiUer as ' th,o f n d i n n s fanketl th'e'A's 3-0 in their first 976 meeting. - · · · , · . ' · / Elsewhere, the Kansas City :oyals edged the! N e w ' ' Y o r k Yankees 3-2,^ the .Boston .-Ppd ox trimmed the Chicago White ox 9-2, the Milwaukee-Brewers haded the California Angels A- and the Detroit Tigers nipppd he Texas Rangers 7-6. ttalti- iore and Minnesota were ,nol chedulcd. ' ····'· T^ckerslcy, - who had an arneri run average of 2?.62 and ad failed to gel past the third nning in his two previous appearances this season, struck ut 10 and,limited Oakland in ingles'by Billy Williams In the ecnnd i n n i n g - . , a n d Claudell Vashington in the ninth as the \'s suffered their'first, shutoul i 66 games. Charlie Spikes rove in one run with a triple nd scored on Doug Howard', acriflce fly. Roy'Hls 3, Yankees Z Buck Martinez homered and im Wohlford and Hal AlcRae ontributcd sacrifice flics as 'aul Splittorff bested' Catfish lunter, 1-3, the only Yankee ner to have tost a game this season, in I h e - f i r s L night game at rebuilt Yankee Stadium. Chris Chambliss and Lou Pi- niella homered for thfl Yanks. Keil S»x U, W h i t e Sox 2 Home runs by Carllon Fisk ami Carl Yastrzemski Jtclpcd Luis Tianl win his third game without a loss. Fisk's third homer of the season launched a Ihrce-run second inning and Yastrx/^mski's three-run shot capped a . four-run seventh as Boston feed o f f . on Wilbur Wood, / · ' . , '-· · , . ' . . , . . -; Brewers 4, Angels 2 Milwaukee rallied for three runs in the eighth inning, two of them unearned on a. v two-out throwing - e r r o r : by- California shortstop - Orlando Ramirez^ Don Money opened the inning with a double and came around with th,3 lying run on George Scott's single and Darrcll Por- Icr's sacrifice fly. . A f t e r Sixto Lezc'ano singled, Kurt Bevacqua grounded lo Ramirez, but his ihrow t o j i r s t was wild as two runs crossed. ,. ' . Tigers 7, Rangers 6 Rusty Staub's sacrifice fly in the seventh inning drove in the lie-breaking run after Alex Johnson walked and look third o n ' a single by Willie Horton, who hit a three-run ' h o m e r in Detroit's five-run second. Texas hart lied the score with two runs in the top of the seventh on two out singles by Juan Ben- Equcz, Mike Hargrove and Tom Grieve and an error by second baseman Jerry Manuel. Aureliio Rodrig'up/. also homered for De- troil. ' · cngo Cubs nudged (he Los Angeles Dodgers 4 : 3 in 11 innings, Until the ninth inning rally, Atlanta had ben handcuffed by Philadelphia slarler .Jim, Lori- borg and two relievers. But when Gttie Gar.bcr opened Ihc ninlh by giving up a single and two walks, Ozarlt called on McGraw. ·' · ' . ·, ; Ex|».s 5, Rrils 4 Pete Mnckanin's two-pill single. in the eighth, inning scored two runs and ,a I hi re came home on an' error as Monlreal rallied to beat Cincinnati. : ' - Aslros 3, i\!ets 1 Cesar Cedeno drove in all three Houston r u n s and reliever Ken ForscSi recorded his sixth save ot the young season as,the Astros beat New York. ' · Gianfs.7, Pirates.3 Gary Matthews, who didn't hit his fifth home run last year until August 10. "belted his fourth and f i f t h homers of the 1976 season and drove in three runs to power S a n Francisco over Pittsburgh. · Cubs 4, DoHgers 3 Manny Trillo's two-out single in the. 1Kb inning scored Jerrj Morales In'break a lie and give Chicago its "Iriumph over Los Angeles. Padres' Jones 1-0 After Win Over Redbirds SAN DIEGO "(AP) -- Randy Jones is 4 0 . today, the only rilchcr En baseball who can say hat. Bui he apparently is only s t a r t i n g to find his groove. "This actually'was the first Erne 1 had .complete command jf my sinker," said Jones'after slopping the Si: Louis Cardinals on four hits in a 5-1 San Diego Cadres victory. , ': "Control-wise, .-i;;realty wasn't .00" sharp in '.those first threa wins,"-he said.""But this lime, everything was there. Hopeful- y, I am starling · lo, find 1 my groove." i · / He .must have 'found some- hing Friday .night. It took" Jones a'nd Jhe Padres only one n .our, 47 minutes lo .dispose of ;he Cardinals. \' · _ As usual, when Jones' sinker sinking'the way it should, the Padres retired 17 St. Lo-jis batters on infield grounders. The ;JG-yenr-old lefthander also struck out seven en route to his ;hird complete game of the young season. "He's some pitcher," .said C a r d i n a l s Manager Red Schocndiensl. "We t r i e d . a b s o - utely everything against. him, but we couldn't, hurt him much. 1 .' . T H R K K SINGLES What little damage the Cards could do .was done by outfielder Lou Brock, who hit three singles o f f Jones and scored the only St. Louis run in Ihe ninth inning. He singled in thai inning and reached second OIVEI wild In row by-:'shortstop Hector Torre*. Catcher v Ted Simmons - then smasher! a single off the glove of Padre Ihird .baseman Doug Rader to drive Brock home. "Randy's a control ' pitcher and he knows what, he's : doing/ out there. at all times. 11 said Brock. 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