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Friday, April 26, 1974
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m «' tiininfflininii mi Professional Baseball Hull! more New York linston Milwaukee UoLroll Cleveland Texas Oakland Minnesota California Chicago Kansas C. American League Hint W D 10 9 As Braves Nip Pittsburgh Northwmt Arkantai TIMES, Friday, April 26, 1974 FAVITTIVILLC, AMKANIAt ii Aaron Whacks No. 718 7 6 6 9 5 U West 10 G 9 7 8 7 9 8 6 9 6 9 I. 1'ct. 6 .1)1)0 a .66:1 ,520 .538 .400 .313 .625 .563 .533 .529 .400 .400 (ill 1 1 3 4V4 Hi 1W 314 3'/2 to Thursday's Games Kansas City 6, New York I Texas 4, Boston 0 Only games scheduled Friday's Games Boston (Wise 1-1) at Kansas City (Busby 2-2), N Milwaukee (Colborn 0-1) at Minnesota (Blyleven 2-1) Detroit (Lolich 0-3) at Chicago (Bahnsen 1-2), N California (Byan 2-2) at Cleveland (Johnson 0-2), N Oakland (Blue 0-2) at Baltimore (Palmer 2-0), N Texas (Hargan 1-1) #t New York (Slottlemyre 3-1), N National League East W Montreal St.Louis Philaphia Chicago New York Pittsburgh Los Angeles Houston Cincinnati San Fran Atlanta San Diego 9 10 6 7 4 11 4 11 West 13 5 11 8 9 7 10 8 9 10 6 14 Pet. GB .750 .556 .529 .462 .267 .267 »' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The only records H a n k Aaron Is breaking these cloys nolonij "I Hank Aaron, don't wiinl to start on records again; that record business is over with," baseball's all-time home run k i n g said after clouting No. 718 with a man on base in the seventh Inning Thursday night, l i f t i n g the Atlanta Braws to a 3-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. That was one of six games on a light schedule. Elsewhere In the National League, the Los Angelci: Dodgers nipped the Philadelphia Phillies 1-0, the San Francisco Giants whipped llio Montreal Expos 8-2 and the Mew York Mcts downed the San Diego Padres 5-2. In (he only American League contests, the Tcxns Rangers blanked the Boston Ked Sox 4-0 and the Kansas City Royals beat the New York Yankees 6-1. AARON BLAST Despite Aaron's protests, there may be more records In sight. His game-winning homer was hl8 3,517th career hit and he has a shot at second-place Stan Musial's 3.C30. It also was his 2.143rd run batted in, second only to Babe Ruth's -- re member h i m ? -- 2,209. Aaron's blast came on the first pitch from Jerry HCUBS after Darrcll Evans drew a l e a d n f f walk. It was a 400-tonl drive over the left field fence near the spot where he helled his record . breaking 715th homer on April B. Unbeaten Tommy J o h n s , staked to a first-Inning r u n , hurled a four-hitter and became the majors' first five-game winner and the f i r s t Los Angeles pitcher ever to win five games In the month of April. GIANTS 8, EXPOS 2 Dave Klngman slammed pair of two-run homers in support of Mike Caldwell's five-hit- ler, the first complete game by San Francisco pitcher this car, MKTS 5, I'ADRKS Z Felix M l l l i i n slapped it lie- Drcaklnj; single in the n i n t h inn i n g imd John Milner delivered bases-loaded single. Winning pitcher Jerry Koosman -- who allowed two unearned runs, scattered seven hits and struck out 11 -- started the uprising with an Infield hit off Bill Grelf- The vlcitory snapped the Mots' three-game losing streak. They had dropped 10 of their HANGERS 4, RED SOX 0 previous 11 games. Jim Blbby fired a four-hitter and Dave Nelson, Alex Johnson and Jeff B u r r o u g h s broke up a Ducks Unlimited Committee Holds Thursday Meeting tight pitching duel with run- scoring singles In the fifth Inn i n g off Uils Tlant. By w i n n i n g , the amazing Hangers opened s one-game lead over the worlc champion, Oakland A's in the AL West. KOYAI/S 6, YANKEES 1 Paul Spllttorff and Doun Bird combined on a two-hitter and Vada Plnson delivered a pair of run rcoring singles. The Royals, w h ' o collected just an Infield single off Steve K r l n c over the first four in- nipgs, scored three limes in the f i f t h on Jim Wohlford's triple, sidles by Pinson and Buck Mai Line/,, a wild pitch, an error and Fled Patek's single. Utah Has Poor Shooting Night By AUBREY SHEPHERD Ducks Unlimited, one of the most successful conservation organizations in North America, held a committee meeting at the Ramacla Inn Thursday evening. Local members Tom Duncan, Larry Aggus, Lawrence Oliver, John Sink John Eldrldge and Dr. G.A. Horner met with interested local citizens and state and regional officers for Initial planning of a Northwest Arkansas Chapter of Ducks Unlimited. Ducks Unlimited has been responsible for the creation of more than 1200 wetlands habitat projects north of the U.S. border, where 70 per cent of our North American waterfowl originate. DU's privately funded srogram is needed because U.S. Pacers Even ABA Series 3'/ 2 6'A 6V4 .722 .579 .563 .556 .474 .300 3 3 4% Thursday's Games San Francisco 8, Montreal 2 Atlanta 3, Pittsburgh 2 Los Angeles 1, Philadelphia 0 New York 5, San Diego 2 Only games scheduled Friday's Games Chicago (Reusehel 0-0) at Atlanta (Morton 1-2), N New York (Seaver 0-2) at San Francisco (Bryant 0-0), N Cincinnati (Gullelt 1-1) at St. Louis (Curtis 1-2), N Montreal (Renko 1-1) at Los Angeles (Messersmith 1-0), N Philadelphia (Carlton 2-0) at TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) -- "That was a pretty good rick," said Indiana Pacers Coach Bobby Leonard. "It was atrocious," said Utah Stars Coach Joe Mullaney. The differing viewpoints came after the Pacers' 91-89 victory over the Stars Thursday night in the sixth game of their 3est-of-seven American Basketball Association Western Division finals. The deciding game will be Saturday night in Salt L a k e City. The "trick' 1 Leonard referred to is Indiana's comeback to even the series 3-3 after losing the first three matches. San Diego (Freiselben 0-0). N Houston (Dierkcr 2-0) Pittsburgh (Rooker 0-2), N at "I don't know if we can come all the way back and win the series," Leonard said, "We will have to play a lot better ball than we did tonight. "It would he the first time anyone in this league has been down .3-0 and won the next four. I think it probably is the first time anyone had been down 3-0 and come back to even tie the "We just shot atrociously," Mullaney said. "Thirty-eight per cent for the game just isn't like us. That's not going to happen to us many nights. "I just hope it doesn't happen gain Saturday night." The Stars fell just short of stopping Indiana. Alter leading 2-0 and 4-2, Utah's shooting touch turned to stone. Indiana surged in front by as many as 15 points and hit 62 per cent from the floor in the first quarter. The Stars, meanwhile, 'could only connect on 27 per cent. The shooting evened out somewhat late in the game, but the Stars could never dig themselves out of their first- quarter hole. In the final period, Utah closed within one, 81-80 and 8382, but the Pacers held on. Although Indiana missed four of eight free throws in the final 90 seconds, the Stars still couldn't close the gap. Allin Paces Prestige Tourney U Of A Women Lead Tourney NORTH LITTLE ROCK -Arkansas emerged as the first- day leader in thi state women's CARLSBAD, Calif. (AP) -Buddy Allin, a sly, quiet, self- effacing little man, says he's suprised to be leading golf's prestigious, $200,000 Tournament of Champions. jrised if he wins it. "I don't expect to win," the skinny, freckle-faced redhead said Thursday after his opening 66 had set the pace for the field of 25 men who have won regu- tennis tournament Park Thursday. The UA scored at Burns 13 points. followed by Ouachita Baptist University with 11 and three teams with nine: UALR, Southern State and Henderson State College. "We're really 'up,'" said Arkansas Coach Deb Thompson. "All six of our players are etill in the tournament, either in singles or doubles. Ouachita is also doing well, and it looks as if theyre the team to beat." Deb Preyer, the number three Arkansas player, downed Becky Stevens of UALR 6-4, 6-3 in the first round, and then upset Elise Doherty 6-7, 7-6, 6-3 in the second round. Doherly, the number one UA player, h a d drawn a first-round bye. Lisa Hammersley and Mary Knowles of Arkansas also received byes in the first round. Hammersley then defeated Leslie Scroggins of OBU 6-2, 6-1, and Knowles beat Sandy Hall Hendrix 6-3, 8-4. Sara Slultz of the Razorback team dispatched Becky Johns of Hendrix 6-0, 6-1 and topped Susie Gilinsky of Henderson 6-3, 6-2. In doubles, Preyer and Betsy Bracy drew a bye and then defeated Keopple and Smith of SCA 6-3, 6-3. Doherty a n d Hammersley won 6-2, 7-5 over Williams and Raney of SCA. Top-seeded Janelle Clark of Southern State advanced to round 16 in singles Thursday. Semifinals are set for Saturday at 9 a.m., followed by the finals at 11. The doubles finals are slated for 1:30 p.m. The awards ceremony will follow, with trophies to be given to the singles and doubles titlists and the team champion. Beaver Level raiiiiKniiiiiiniiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniflmii in m inn Beaver Lake level Friday stood at 1123.33 feet above sea level, down. .07 from Thursday. Engineers reported that the generators, are being used. !ar season tournaments for the last 12 months. "Realistically, with all the players you have here, I can't expect to win. I'd be very surprised if 1 do. All I want to do is to try to keep on playing pretty good." Allin's six-under-par effort on the 6,685 yard La Costa Country Club course gave him a one- stroke advantage over Lanny Wadkins, who was alone in second with a 67 in the mild, sunny weather. Veteran Miller Barber had a 69 and was followed by a group of four at 70, Dave- Hill, Gene Littler, John Mahaffey and left- hander Bob Charles of New Zealand. Some of the game's great names had their problems in the sometimes windy weather, owever. British Open cham ·ion Tom Weiskopf was five trokes behind at 71. Johnny Wilier, already a four-time win ner this 6eason, and Lee Tre fina had 75s and beat only on ·nan in the field. Jack' Nicklaus 72. Johnson Performance- engineered to make . gas work harder and last longer. Johnson performance-engineering means more than dependable power. It also means the best use of fuel. So we've refined our outboards through years of research and development fora combination of power and fuel efficiency that has brought us endurance wins the world over. Including the Outboard World Championship. That's why our 1974 line Is the most efficient we've ever built. Dover Knocks Out West Fork MULBERRY -- The D o v e r Pirates eliminated West Fork from the Dislrict-1 High School Baseball Tournament 11-0 here Thursday afternoon behind the three hit pitching of Ken Keene. The victory shoved the Pirates into the tourney semifinals. The win upped Dover's season record to 7-1 and dropped West Fork to 9-3. Bill Elliott, Danny Lovelady and Jerry Watson all had two hits for the winners. Bobby Caudle, Ray Reed and D u n n e Dunkle accounted for the Tiger hits. Semifino? Wins PINEIIUUST, N.C. -- Mar- Icne Stewcrt Streit of Ontario, Canada and Nancy Roth Syms of Colorado Springs, Colo,, scored semifinal wins in the North and South amateur golf title. TERMITES ? CAU ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants, Spiders, etc. COMMERCIAL A RESIDENTIAL More guts per gallon--135,115 and 85 hp V-4s. Exhaust tuning, MagFlashTM capacitor discharge Ignition, and patented pressure-back piston rings make the most of fuel. 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McGinnis topped Indiana with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Wise had 24 points and 10 rebounds md Jimmy Jones added 22 for .he Stars. Purvis To Test U of A Team The newly organized Purvis Sporting Goods semipro base ball team will play the Arkan sas junior varsity at Legion Field Saturday and Sunday. Coach Orby McCleland Purvis said the Saturday game will begin at 1 p.m. Sunday contest There is a possibility that the teams will play a doubleheader Sunday. Anyone interested duling Purvis this season may call McCleland at 442-7454. Assisting McCleland with the team will be Loy Caughman. Federal duck stamp funds devoted to preservation of wetlands in the U.S. -- cannot, by law, be used for conservation outside the U.S borders. dinner were Donald Thompson,'; regional director of DU, and Walter Klugh, State Chairman.; of DU. A beautifully edited/ film, narrated by actor John Wayne, detailed the history of: DU's 36 year effort to save the, wild ducks of North America- tor posterity. Wayne pointed out' that DU has spent more than: 30 million dollars to build water: control structures to ensure, adequate supplies on th»j breeding grounds, even In dry; years. Over 250 species of wild-' life benefit from DU'a conser-, vatlon efforts. ' A slide series was highlighted by Coach Frank Broyles hel to dedicate the Razorback Project on Lake Proctor in Saskatchewan, Canada. It was: noted that many DU members are not hunters, for the aim' of the program is conservation.; helping; ick DU Featured speakers at Anyone interested in learning more about Ducks Unlimited may contact one of the mem- the hers listed, or call 521-3832. Big Bass Specialists USE HILDEBRANDT'S SnaglessSally [.- rr- L.« MK ^..I. D-:* ff^^jk. ^*^^\. * 'The Fisherm That Fis/iefn Gold or Nickel from 1/6 to 1/2 oz. AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE JOHN J. HILDEBRANDT CORP. 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