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* · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sat., April 27, 1974 FAV1TTIVILLI, AMKANIA1 Bulldogs Finish In Third Place Cyclones Take AAA Meet · BULLDOG VAULTER . . . Fayetteville's Steve Stewart goes over'the bar during preliminary action in the AAA-West Conference Track Meet held at Harmon. Field Monday. __________ ' (TTMESphoto By Hay Gray) By G R A N T HAI.L TIMES Sports Editor Paul White bettered 61 feet in the shot put for the third time in two weeks here Friday night, leading Russellville to first place in the AAA-West Conference track meet. The Cyclones amassed 90 points, easily outdistancing their five league foes. Conway finished second· .witH 55 points and FayeUcvtiTa was: third with 46. Rogers; Fort- Smith S o u t h s i d e a n d -Springdale followed with 22, 18 and nine points respectively. White drew a large gallery to the shot put ring, and enjoyed the attention. "I really like it up here." he said. "It's great to see so many track fans." He added. "I'm a s b o w o f f, really." But he wasn't just showing off when he asked for a broom after throwing 64-5 on his first attempt. "My feet slipped, and that shook me up,""he said. "I lost my concentration." White said the ring felt "just right" after he swept it out, but his first throw remained his best one. He broke his own conference record of 59-Hi, and also won the discus at 157-11. White was more impressed with his former football teammate Larry Anderson, who won the pole vault at 13-0 and the long jump at 21-4. LAST JUMP BEST Anderson, who quarterbacked the Cyclones last fall, h a d long-jumped only once previously this year.' "We didn't even know he was entered," Professional Baseball National League East W L Pet. GB "Montreal 9 4 .692 -- St.Louis 10 9 .526 2 '.Philaphia 9 9 .500 2V-* Chicago 6 8 .429 3Vi "New York 5 11 .313 5 Pittsburgh 5 11 .313 5W West Los Angeles 14 5 .737 -Cincinnati 10 7 .588 3 Houston 11 9 .550 3Vi San Fran 10 9 .526 4 Atlanta 10 10 .500 4W San Diego 7 14 .333 8 Friday's Results Atlanta 9, Chicago 3 Pittsburgh 4, Houston S Cincinnati 4. St. Louis 3 · San Diego 6, Philadelphia 2 Los Angeles 7, Montreal 1 New York 6, San Francisco 0 Saturday's Games ; Chicago at Atlanta 1 ' ' New York at San Francisco Cincinnati at St. Louis, N Montreal at Los Angeles Philadelphia at San Diego, N · Houston at Pittsburgh American League East W L Pet. GB ·'Baltimore 10 6 .625 -.-'New York 11 8 .579 Vi Milwaukee 8 6 .571 1 -Boston 9 9 .500 2 ·Detroit 6 10 .375 4 'Cleveland 6 11 .353 4'A : West · Texas 10 7 .588 -Oakland 9 8 .529 I -California 9 9 .500 114 Minnesota 8 8 .500 1'A -Chicago 7 9 .438 2% --Kansas C . 7 9 .438 2% Friday's Results Milwaukee 4, Minnesota 3 . Cleveland 4, California 3 Baltimore 6, Oakland 5, 15 innings · New York 4, Texas 3 1 Kansas City 4, Boston 2 Chicago 8, Detroit 2 ' Saturday's Games California (Stoneman 0 0 ) at Cleveland (J. Perry 1-1) ;i Texas (Clyde 0-0) at New York (Dobson 1-2) .. Milwaukee (Slaton 1-2) at Minnesota (Decker 2-0) '-, Boston (Wise 2-1) at Kansas City (Fitzmorris 1-0) Oakland (Hunter 3-1) at Baltimore (Cuellar 0-2), N .: Detroit (LaGrow 02) at Chi Sago (Kat 20), N : League ; Leaders * By The Associated Press 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (35 at bats) Reitz. StL, .394; Unser, Phi, j3o5. : RUNS - Brock, StL, 19; Wynn. LA. 18. t RUNS BATTED IN - Ceoeno. Htn, 23; Wynn. LA 20 . HITS -- R.Smith, StL 29- Reitz, StL. 28. : DOUBLES - Rose, Cin 8- Concepcion, Cin, 3; Baker, Atl, 7; Garvey. LA, 7. TRIPLES - Hutton, Phi, 2; .Apliver. Pgh. 2; Simmons, StL, 2; Melendez. StL, 2; Garr Atl, 2; W.Crawford. LA, 2;' Bonds SF, 2. HOME RUNS - T.Perez, p. n h « : « y A r n ' "' 7; Hehner ' Pgh, 6; H.Aaron, Atl, 6. STOLEN BASES - Brock. StL. 12; Cedeno. Hln, 10; Lopes. LA, 10. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (35 at hats) _ R.Jackson, O a k , .412; Carew Min, .403. RUNS -- R. Jackson, Oak. 16: Bando, Oak. 15, · RUNS BATTED IN -- R.Jackson, Oak, 24; G.Netlles NY. 21. ·HITS -- Carew, M i n , 29' R.Jackson, Oak, 28. DOUBLES -- Rudi, Oak, 8- Yaztremski, Bsn, 7; R.Jackson Oak, 7. TRIPLES - Garcia, Mil, 3 Valentine, Cal, 3. HOME RUNS -- G.Nettlea NY, 10; R.Jackson, Oak, 9. STOLEN BASES - Patek KG. 9; Wohlford, KC, 8. said White. Cecil Conlcy of Fayetleville had jumped 20-10W. Buzzz Bowcll of Springdale had gone 20-9 and J i in Kimbrough of Fayetteville 20-7, but Anderson eclipsed all three on his last jump. Russcllvillo swept the first three places in the high jump, w i t h Brian Iluctt clearing 6-0 to upset teammate David Gates. The Cyclone mile relay tram won in' 3:27.7,' ann\ . D a v i d Darter* w.-- the 440-yaVd dash in 51.1 t t"r«»f(; Dunjpath of Conway anishcd second to Darter in 51.4, after playing 36 holes in the conference golf tournament. Fayetteville runners sparkled in the (wo most exciting races of the night. First. Clark Lewis upset Ricky Griffin of Conway in the mile, 4:37.9 to 4:38. The two dueled shoulder to shoulder down the stretch, with Lewis out-leaning Griffin to the tape. Leading the cheering for. Fayetteville was. Ricft Faires. who said, rciarfc really got me up. I .had the flu this morning, but after watching the mile, I felt good." BIG IMPROVEMENT So good that he went out and upset teammate Rick Taylor in the 180-yard low hurdles. Faires, whose best time had been 21.1. ran a 20.4 to nip Taylor by a tenth of a second. Taylor finished second again in the 120-yard high hurdles, as Conway's Fred Jackson ran his best time of 15.2.-"I was ahead until I hit the fifth hurdle." said Taylor, who finished in 15.8. Eric Schluter of Rogers won Fayettevilie Second Rebs Win AAA Golf Title Paced by medalist Kevin Phillips' 70-74-144. Fort Smith Southside won the AAA-West Conference golf championship at Fayetteville Country Club Friday. The Rebels had a total of 614 on two trips around the par-70 course. That was 11 strokes better than the 625 posted by Fayetteville. Conway was third with 661. followed by Springdale at 705. Russellville at 714 and Rogers at 719. Bill Henson backed up Phillips for Southside with a 7975-154. John Williams and Rick Srygley each shot 158, on rounds of 84.74 and 77-81 respectively. Fayetteville's Greg Hays, the conference titlist as a sophomore and junior, had two strokes too many in his bid for a triple crown. He shot 76-70-146 while Phillips was shooting 7074. Jack Owen of the Bulldogs had rounds of 79 and 76 for 155; sophomore Read Hudson shot 84-76-160 and Brown Pendleton shot 83 81-164. Gregg Dunseath of Conway finished third in the individual competition with 75-73-148. Also for the Wampus Cats, Gary Mitchell shot 168, Phillip Bell 170 and Don Weaver 175. Stacy Cox paced Springdale with a 169, while Johnny George shot 172. Jim Moors added a 181 and Greg Rollins a 182. For Russellville. Charles Fore shot 168. Gene Brinkman 172, Steve Burns 180 and Mike McSpadden 194. Rogers was led by Jerry Shelton, who shot two 80s for 160. Craig Hansen had 172, Gary Neal 177 and Larry Box All four players for the first three teams qualified for the state AAA tournament May 10 at Longhills Country Club in Benton. The two best scorers from each of the second-division schools also qualified. Highlighting the day's play was a best-ball score of seven- under par 27 on the final nine holes by the leading threesome of Phillips. Hays and Dunseath- Hays started the sizzling shot- making on the 10th hole by 'finessing' a downhill trap shot to within six feet of t h e hole and whirlpooling the putt for a birdie three. After Phillip missed a 10-foot birdie try at the llth. Hays nearly made a hole-in-one at the 12th. His tee shot hit pin- high, eight feet to the right of the hole, and began rolling across the sloping green toward the pin. Hays yelled. "Go!" and the ball obeyed, but it hit the lower lip and stopped 18 inches away. He made the putt for a deuce. On the 13th hole, Dunseath lashed a five-iron shot to within three feet of the hole, but missed the putt after Phillips holed out for a birdie three from 20 yards to the left of the green. Undaunted, Dunseath flew his approach to the par- four 14th four feet past the hole, and the ball spun back to within three inches. He didn't miss that one. Dunseath saved par from a trap on the 15th hole while Phillips bogetyed and Hays double-bogeyed, b u t both Phillips and Hays came back with birdies on the par-five Ifith. Dunseath then sank a 30- foot birdie putt on the 17th, and Hays capped his one-under-par nine by making a five-footer for birdie three on the 18th. "I tried as hard as I could," said Hays at the end. "I three- putted eight greens, but that double bogety at the 15th hole was what killed me." -- GRANT HALL (TlltfESphoto By Ray Gray) FAYETTEVILLE'S FINEST -- Greg Hays, the AAA conference titlist as a soph. .and junior, finished two strokes away from winning his third straight title. Hays finished with a 70-76--146. Aaron Be Its Another Homer ATLANTA (AP) -- Hank Aaron said he was only looking for a sacrifice f l y . but he found a National League record instead. The 40-year-old Atlanta slugger smashed the 15th grand Arkansas State Sweeps Past UTA JONESBORO, Ark- (AP) -F r e s h m a n Ben Bounous allowed four hits and fanned 11 to lead his Arkansas State University fndians to a 3-1 victory over Texas-Arlington in the first game of a double header Friday. ASU won the second game 2-1 as pitcher Doug Walters gave up only two hits and struck out nine. It was Walters' fourth victory against six losses. Bnunous chalked up his sixth victory against two losses this season. Brad Emerson scored the w i n n i n g run in the third i n n i n g of the first game nn an error. In the second game, H e n r y Washington d r o v e . i n the winning run in the eighth. Smith Tops Richcy ST. LOUIS -- Second-seeded Stan Smith beat unseeded C l i f f Richey 7-5, R-2 in the quarter- f i n a l s of the $50,000 Holton Ten- nit Clasic. slam homer'of his career Friday night, highlighting an eight-run seventh-inning explosion that gave the Braves a 9 3 comeback victory over the Chicago Cubs. "I was just trying for a sacrifice fly to get t h a t run in." said Aaron. whose bases-loaded blast broke a 3-3 deadlock and gave him the league record by ending his tie at 14 grand slams with the late Gil Hodges and W i l l i e MeCovev. DON'T MENTION RECORDS "Please don't mention any records to me," said Aaron when he was reminded that the all time major league standard is 23 by Lou Gehrig. the former New York Yankee great. "I don't think anybody will ever break that record, that's for sure," Aaron said. It was Aaron's sixth homer this season, his second game- w i n n i n g homer in two nights, and lifted his all-time record to 719. The 415-foot liner sailed over the cersler field fence and came off Ray Burris, who had just entered the game. As soon 35 Aaron stepped up Burris zipped a fast hall over the outside corner for a called strike and then made Aaron look bad swinging at another fast ball. Then he tried to get another fast one past the superstar. No such luck. Aaron now stands only 62 RBI behind Babe Ruth's record 2209. Bull-Miller Players To Watch In Final Red-White Grid Match LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Quarterback Scott Bull of Jonesboro may he the one to watch tonight as the Arkansas Razorbacks close spring drills with Hog Thinclads Faring Well SPRINGFfELD, Mo. -- Steve Houk ran a 4:14.6 mile to lead the Arkansas four-mile relay team to t h i r d place in the SMS Relays Friday. Derek Reilly rank his rnile in 4: IS.4, Ron Hendee turned in a 4:17.0 and Stu Penn clocked 4:22.2. The team was limed in 17:12.3. one second off the school record it set at the Texas Relays two weeks ago. The Razorbacks "qualified for the finals in everything we ran." according, to Coach Ed Renfrow. The 440-yard relay team qualifier! with a 43.2. the 880 relay team with a 1:30.2 and the sprint medley foursome with a 3:30.8. Rex Ouynn advanced with a 15.2 time in the 120-yard high hurdles. Besides Arkansas and Soulh- west Missouri Slate, teams competing include Missouri, Washington University of St. Louis, Kansas State Colicge. Southeast Missouri. School of the Ozarks. Harding, John Brown University, Westminster Missouri State and., Kansas State Teachers College. 1 BiUie Jean Wins PHILADELPHIA - Tnp. seetled Riliia Jean King defeated Janet Newnerry 7-5. fin in the quarter-finals of a $50.000 professional women's tennis tournament, the second Red-White game of the season. The two teams fought to a 1616 tie last week at Fayettevitle. Touted last year as the top prospect for quarterback of the Razorbacks, Bull was sidelined by injury in the fall. Mark Miller, another quarterback. w j J l . b e playing in War Memorial Stadium for the first time since he injured a knee in the Red-White game two years ago. Bull and Miller are battling for the job of leading the Hogs' offense on the field this fall. Bull was expected to he the Razorback quarterback last year, but was sidelined by a knee injury. Miller was impressive in spring practice in 1S72 and the coaching staff planned to use his abilities to complement the passing of Joe Ferguson. Then came the injury. Miller now appears to have regained his mobility. He scored once last week on an eight-yard run and again on a twrj yard clash in the first Red- White game. M i l l e r wound up with 50 yards rushing in 12 attempts. He completed one of four passes, but a strong wind kept the passing game at a m i n i m u m . Bull completed nine of 13 passes but managed to net only 17 yards r u s h i n g in 16 attempts, Much of Bull's passing came in the White- team's f i n a l drive for a tie. Beginning at h l » own seven. Bull took the team Into position for a 40 yard field goal by Kenny McCiillnch with 12 seconds remaining on the clock. Last week, about 30.000 fnns turned out for the- Red-White game at Fayetteville. Trio crowd In expected to reach 40,000 tonight. Ihe 100-yard dash In 10.0 and the 220 in 22.9. He earned the high point award with mi points. Fayettevitle Coach Scott Van Hoose commended all Ihe Bulldogs who qualified for the state meet, including milers Keith Striegler and Lee Stubblefield, quarter-miler Jccms Love and Ihe 440-atid 880-yard relay team of Chuck Smith, Dennis Dahler. Love and Faires. Van · Hoose also m a d e a special point of thanking starter Louis Wray of Russellville, p u b l i c address announcer Wallie Ingalis and everyone who attended. "This i s " (tie biggest crowd I've ever seen in Fayetteville for a track meet," he said. RAMAY FOURTH In the junior high regional meet, Russellville again won with 48 points. Fort Smith Ramsey and Chaffin were second and third with 41 and 37 .points respectively. R a m a y edged Conway for fourth place, 26 to 24'A. Springdale Southwest was sixth with 19 points, followed by Woodland with 6W and Rogers with six. Springdale Central did not score. Kent Brown of C h a f f i n won the 100 in 10.6. the 220 in 23 6 and the 440 in 52.6. He tied the meet record for the 220 and broke [he 440 mark of 52.8 set by Billy Joe Releford in 1967. Brown finished with a meet- high 21Vi points. Ramay Coach Gerald Dally was proud of half-milers Jim Luper and Mike Curtsinger. FHS Nefters Dominate AAA Tennis Event For the third straight year and fourth in- the last five, Fayetteville is the AAA-West tennis champion. The Bulldogs played so well here Friday that the only matches they lost in either singles or doubles came in the finals, against each other. Fayetteville totaled 16 points. Fort Smith Southside was second with eight, Springdale finished third with four, Rogers took fourth with three, and Russellville scored a point for fifth place. Conway failed to win a match. Mark Rom took the singles crown with a 6-1, 6-1 win over John Brooks. Jeff Ferrell of Southside .was seeded second, but Brooks beat him 6-1. 4-6, 6-4 in the semifinals. Rom won his semifinal match over B o b Skinner of the Rebels. 6-1. 6-3. In the doubles final, Curt Rom and Carl Imhoff topped Tom Coker and Nick Gyles 6-2. 6-2. Coker and Gyles had upset Heartsill Ragon and Mark Hewelt of Southside in the semifinals, 5-7, 7-5. 6-4. Drawing first-round singles byes were Mark Rom, Brooks Ferrell and Richard Zachary of Springdale. In the upper bracket. Mark Beatty of Rogers defeated Ron Anderson of Russellville 6-2. 6-1, and S k i n n e r topped Marty Manning of Conway by the same score. MATCHES ONE-SIDED Randy Buttram of Rogers heat Bob King of Russellville 6-2. 6-2 and Rick Lebow of Springdale clipped Junior Caldwell of Conway 6-2, 6-3 in the lower bracket. In the quarterfinals. Rom downed Beatty 60, 6-1: Skinner finished Zachary 6-0, 6-2; Brooks eliminated Buttram 6-4 6-0 and Ferrell won 6-0, 6-1 over Lebow. Receiving doubles byes ware the teams of Imhoff-Curt Rom, Steve Fryer-Randy Hightower of Russellville, Carl Beyer- Brent Ernst of Southside and Ron Bush-Kevin Turner of Springdale. Completing the first round. Gary Hutchinson and Dale Tyler of Springdale boat Lance and Ace Ashmore of Rogers 6-1 6-3: Coker and Byles handled Monty McMahan and Carl Slover of Conway 6-1, 6-0: Joe Waggoner and Gary Jones of Rogers won 6 2 , 6-2 over the Russellville duo of Bob Looney and Hal Norman, and Ragon and Hewelt advanced. In the quarterfinals. Imho/f and Rom beat Tyler and Hutch- mson 6 0 . 6-1; Beyer and Ernst took Rycr and Hightower 6-1. 6-2; Coker and Gyles avenged an earlier loss by downing Bush and Turner 6-3. 6-2 and then Waggoner and Jones 6 4 . 7-5. Imhoff and Rom got to the f i n a l s by knocking out Beyer and Ernst, 6-0, 6-2. Said Fayettevite Coach Alan Beauchamp, "Coker and Gyles played their best team tennis of the year when they beat Ragon and Hewctt. Brooks played a great match against Ferrell. but Mark Rom was ready for him in the finals. First Round Lead B I R M f N G H A M . Ala. - Sandra Palmer shot a three-under- par 69 for the first round lead in the Birmingham Classic Women's Golf Tournament and a two stroke l e a d over Sandra I f a y n i e and Louise Bruce. McKtuon B«xal SPRING SALE Thru April 30th Each ran Ins bqst time, wllh Lupcr winning in 2:11.0 and Cut'Uinger taking third in 2:11.9. Dick Harris, the Woodland coach, noted that Russellville benefited Ihe most from I he absence of injured Cowboy Tracy Fancher. "They scored the points Tracy would normally get," he said. mr.it SCHOOL iu:sui,rs IW-Vurri Hunlles 1. Jaoksoii, conn-ay, 15.3 2. T.iylnr. Fnyetlevlllo 3. Avrry, Cniiwnv . 4. Mar.ili, SprlnRdftle 5. Glnrtsvin. Snulhldo 100 Yard Daih 1. Schluler Risers 10.0 2, Jam? 11, SnulhslrtB \. B u n t i n g . C/inway 5, Holt, Conn-ay · Pole Vault 1. Anderson. Rusiellvllle 13 0 2. N«wman, Cotiway 3. Cole. nus5o1lvll1c \. Lcc, Russellville 5. Yeajser. Sprlngdale Discus 1. While. Russellvtlle 157-11 2. Rook, Conivay 3. Lockbnrt, SpdngrtalB 4. Mapness, RussellviUe 5. Wrfght. Conway High J u m p 1. Illicit Russcllvllle 60 2. Dales, Russeflvilln n 3. Ho well, Russpltville ·]. Avra. Conway 5. Woodard, Contvay Shot Pul 1. White. Russellville 61 5 2. SUH in B. Southed? 3. Garrison, Cnnway 4. RooTi, Conivay 5. Chronisler, KussellvillB v L o n Jump 1. Anderson. Ru^sollville 21,4 2. Conley. FiiyrMlevllle 3. Bowcll, Springdale 4. Kimbrough, Faveltevllle 5. Collins RusseuVille M i l e R u n 1. Leiris, FayeUevHIfi 4:37,9 2. Griflin, Conway 3. Striegler. Fayetleville 4. Stubble ((eld, Fayeuevilla 5. Borne. Russellville US-Yard Dash 1. Darter, RussellviLIe 51.2 2. Dutueatb, Conway 3. Bunting, Conway 4. Knight, RussellvlU* B, lxve, Fayettevtlla ISO-Yard Low Rardlei 1. Falrei. FayeUevHI* 20.4 3. Taylor. FayettevlHa 3. McColIom Russ*llvin« 4. Holt, Conivay 5. McGowan. RusMllvflla 880-Yard Run 1. Barnes, RussellviUe 2:02.8 2. Sams, Conway 3. Jackson, Rus5elJvillc 4. Striegler. Fayeltevill* 5. Taylor, Ruswllville 220-Yard Dash 1. Scnluler. Rogers 22.9 2. Dixon, Russellville 3. JamelE, Soulhsirte 4. Faires. Faycttcvllle A. Mnrfdiix, Ctinway Mils Ktllr 1. RMsellvllll 3'OT.T 2. Conwny 3. FVu-dlevllln 4. Soulhilrti 3. Rogers JUNIOR H I G H KEIDtT* Fob VI111 1. Chrnnlsler, ItussnllvlIU 11-M. 2. RlnthfirrU. nuBMllvlll* 3. Wilson, Conway 4. I.aTlon. Ramsey 5. Boger, Ramay Dlic» 1. 'Martin. Soullmeit iSSI 2. El ye, nussellvllle- 3. Parclle. namay 4. Cnlloway. nus»llvLL!t 3. Wierfower. Conway Shol Pol 1. Rje, RuaseMvllla 54-S 2. Eliloll, B»may 3. M a r t i n . Southwasl 4. U'ledovver, Conway 5. Bench, Russellvllle [.onf J u m p 1. Harlle. Conway 191 1, Davis, nuswllvllle 3. Basse, Rogers 4. Henson. Russellvlll* 5. Shaw, Ramay HlKh Jump 1. C h a r t e s n o r l h , Southwest 8-* 2. Pnwer. ChaTIm 3. Chronlsler. Russellvill* 4. Tex Trumbo, Woodland 5. {tie) Tyler Trumbo, WamflaM, · Harlje, Conway (ID-Yard Kelay 1. (lie) Russellville and Chaffin ttt 4. Woodland 5. Conwny IW-Y«Tt tOW 1, Davis, Riissellvllle 15.0 2. Power, CTwflin 3. Sargenl, Ramay 4. Darter. R a m a y 5, Duell Ramny ' MO.Yird ttfer 1. C h a l l i n 1:27.3 2. Conway 3. Ramsey 5. Ramay lOO-YarJ Dilh 1. Brown, Ramsey 106 2. French. Chaflln 3. Sagely, Chartln 4. DoweH, Bogera 5. Heyne, Roger* 119-Yart Diib 1. Brown, Ramsay £7.6 2. French, Chaflin 3. Kartfo, Conway 4. Cramsey, RuiscllvlUI 9. Tex Trumbo, Woodlid MO'Yird Baa 1. Luptr, Rama; 3:11.0 3. Jonnian, Ramaey 3. Curtslnger, Ramty 4. Lambrlci. Southwai* 5. Cummlna Conway nrT«rt D»b 1. Brown, Bamse; 23.6 2. French, Chalfla 3. Strack. Conway ' 4. MorlMn, Conway 5. Grlirin. Chaltln Mile Rtli; !. Ramsey 3:44.« 2. R n m a y 4. Southwest 5. Woodland [TIMESphoto By Ray Gray) JOHN BROOKS . . . . Fayetteville's John Brooks follows through on a serve to Fort Smith Southside's Jeff Ferrell The Rebels singles player was second seeded in the tour* nament, but Brooks claimed a 6-1, 4-6, 6-4 victory to move into the jinals. There he lost to teammate Mark Rom 6-1, 6-1 Cincinnati Makes Early Bulge Hold Up Against Late Charging Cardinals ST. LOUIS (AP) -- George Foster doubled and e v e n t u a l l y scored on a double play grounder in the sixth inning, l i f t i n g the Cincinnati Reds to a 4-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals Friday night. Foster's run gave the Reds n 4-2 lead t h a t stood up over the final 314 i n n i n g s on relief p i t c h - ing by Clay Carroll, Tom l l n l l and Pedro Borbon. Carroll yielded a wiilk nnrl two singles that led to n St. Louis run in the sixth hut escaped a jam when Ted Simmons bounced Into an I n n i n K ending forceout, Cincinnati starter Don Ciiilloll aided his own cause with a run- scoring double in the second Inning a f t e r Merv Rcltcnmiiml w a l k e d and Andy Kosco doubled him home. St. Louis t r i m m e d thn loud in TERMITES ? CAU ' ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roothet, Ant«, SplUrr Me COMMERCIAl A RESIDENT1AI 44J-7298 2 1 mi i n n i n g Inter on a walk. Ted Simmons' grounder and ,Joe Torrf's single. 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