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April 28, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., April 28, 1974 FAYlTTEVH-Lt, ARKANSAS Brewers Blank Twins 9-0 BLOOM1NGTON, Minn. (AP) -- Jim Slaton had a no-tiitter going for five innings and finished with a four-hitter, leading the Milwaukee Brewers to an 90 victory over t h e - Minnesota Twins Saturday. '" Slaton had allowed only two .walks before Eric Soderholm Opened the sixth inning with an Infield single. Jerry Terrell grounded a single lo left later Jn the inning, but Slaton, 2-2, pitched out of trouble. J The Brewers, held hltless by ··Joe Decker the first two in- Inings. ripped him for five hits iin the third frame. Pedro Gar- ;cia, Robin Yount and Don Mon- p ey singled with none out for one jrun. John Briggs' double, peorge Scott's single and Dave [May's fielder's choice bouncer ·scored Uiree more runs. ;· Scott slugged a two-run ·homer, his first of the baseball Reason, in the fifth to finish ·Decker, 2-1. After Shoulder Injury ; WFL Texans Ink NFL Talent ' HOUSTON (AP) -- The Hous;ton Texans of the new World ^Football League signed two ex- ^Nalional Football League play- ·ers Saturday. · The two are Macon Hughes a running back, and Loyd Walns- -Cott, a tackle. . Hughes, a 1971 Rice gradu · ate, played the 1971 season with the Houston Oilers, and after ·laying out a year, was with the .·Kansas City Chiefs briefly last .year. I Wainscott, a 1369 Texas grad- Siate. played two seasons with the Oilers in 1969 and 1970. Cepeda Ready SAN JUAN, P,R. (AP) -- Orlando Cepeda, released by the Boston Red Sox during spring training, says that if he is going to get a chance to play in the major leagues again, it will come late in the season when a proven hitter, even one with bad knees, "can name his price." Meanwhile, the 36-year-old Cepeda says he is keeping in shape by lifting weights and running on the beach near his apartment here! "I'd like someone to take a look at me and Gee what I can .do," the long-time major league slugging star said Satur;day. "I'm in great shape--my -legs are 100 per cent than' they 'were last year." Red Hot Rangers Smash NY Yanks NEW YORK (AP) -- Consecutive run-scoring bits by Alex Johnson. Jclf Burroughs, Jim Spencer and Mike H a r grove in the third inning sparked the Texas Rangers lo a 6-1 triumph over the New York Yankees Saturday. Nineteen-year-old D a v i d Clyde pitched a seven-hitter for his first victory of the baseball season. The Rangers led 1-0 when Dave Nelson opened the third with a single off loser Pat Dobson, stole second and moved to third on an infield out. Johnson then smashed a Astros Chase Buc Hurler "PITTSBURGH (AP) -- The Houston Astros chased Pittsburgh's Bob Moose with five runs in the first inning and went on to defeat the Pirates 10-7 Saturday in a nationally televised baseball game. Moose got just one batter out before leaving after being racked for four hits and a walk. Greg Gross and Roger Metzger led off with singles and Cesar Cedeno doubled home the irst r u n . Bob Watson was intentionally walked. Lee May drove in a run with a forceout and Milt May's infield single made it 3-0 and kayoed Moose. John Morlan relieved and walked Doug Rader. Tommy Helms singled for the fourth run and winning pitcher Tom Griffin drove in the fifth run with an infield out. The Astros cushioned their victory with two runs in the third, two in the sixth and one in the eighth. The Pirates reached Griffin for a run in the first on a run- scoring single by Dave Parker. They got two in the seventh on a two-run homer by Al Oliver, one 'in the eighth and three in the ninth. Japan Advances TAIPEI (AP) -- A doubles victory over Taiwan Saturday advanced Japan to the fourth round Davis Cup East Zone tennis competition in India. It was the third point for the winners. Japan's Kenichi Hirai and Ki- yqshi Aanabe scored 6-3. 6-1, 6-0 triumphs against Taiwan's F.Y. Lin and F.S. Tang. single off Dobson s glove, Burroughs doubled Johnson home, Spencer followed with n bloop hit to right which skidded past Lou Piniella for a triple nnd Hargrove singled for the final run. ' ' The Rangers got their first vim in the second on singles by Spencer and Hargrove and Joe L o v i 11 o ' s fielder's ctioice grounder. They added an unearned run in the fifth against newly-acquired Dick Tidrow on Spencer's pop fly double, an infield out and a throwing error by catcher Thurman Munson. C l y d e surrendered N e w York's run in the fourth on singles by Graig Nettles and Chris Chambliss, another new acqul- silion, and Bill Sudakis' sacrifice fly, on which cenler fielder Lovitlo made a great diving catch. KG Royals Drive Past Boston 10-3 KANSAS CITY (AP) -- Fran Healy capped a four-run outburst in the first inning-wlth a two-run homer and the Kansas City Royals went* on to a 10-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox Saturday. With the Royals trailing 2-0, Fred Patek opened the Kansas City first with a single and went to second on Juan Marichal's balk. CooVie Rojas singled, and Patek scored when shortstop Mario Guerrero threw wild to third. Amos Otis scored Rojas with a single before Healy unloaded his home run, his second of the baseball campaign. Hal McRae started the Royals' fifth with a double, and Rojas drove him home with a triple. The Red Sox reached Al Fitz- rnorris, 2-0, for two runs in the first. Doug Griffin extended his hitting streak to 14 games with a one-out single, went to second on a grounder and to third on a wild pitch. After Carl Yastr- zemski walked, Danny Cater doubled just inside the third base line, scoring Griffin and Yastrzemski. Dwight Evans doubled for Boston witli nobody out in the seventh and scored when Patek made a bad throw to first for an error on pinch-hitter Rico Pelrocelli's ground ball. Healy contributed a run-scoring double as the Royals came up with five more runs in the eighth. SUNDAY ONLY LAWN and GARDEN OPEN SUNDAY 1 to 6 Use Your Kmart Charge Card DECORAliVE BARK i 57 3 Co. fi. Fine Baric Nugget*,' Large Chips! '' - KMART LAWN GARDEN FERTILIZER WHITE DOGWOOD TREES 77' t Packaged j 2-3 Ft. High [ 50-lB. COW MANURE 50-tB. VERTiGREEN · PLANT FOOD 3 97 GRAPE VINE 99 97 10-10-10 Great for Flower or Vegetable Gardens! sou. / ORGANIC TOP SOIL 97' For Top Drwsing ',,'tn/t / Composted Soil Conditioner i Concord or Fredonla 5 In Package ASSORTED | EVER6RHHS SHRUBS \ |5? 117 1 ' 1-Gal Ion Pot Stock Up Nowl TALLAHASSE1C, Fin. ( A P ) -- Fivc-yci'tf tour professional Mike liciisor, pliiyinK with one imul becmise of a shoulder in- lury, cnrdccl iv 51-ovcr-pnr 123 n Saturdny's third round of the ffilliilmssec Open. 'What a way lo get recognition," sighed Rciisoi- attci' his round. But the determined 32-year- old Seattle resident snid he plans to play with one nun gain Sunday. Rensoi' went horseback riding atler Friday's round, which lind im at even par after 36 holes, and wns hurt when he nnd his iiount ran into « tree. He suffered bruised and lorn muscles in his left shoulder and side nnd a bruised right knee. Hwy. 71. B North ot Rolling Hills Drive in Faycftcvillc, Arkonsas Reasor Plays One-Handed Round But Heasor decided to finish the tournament because it would mean mi exemption from q u a l i f y i n g for next week's Professional Golf Association tournament, the Byron Nelson Cliis- sic it) Dallas. "You should have seen them hwigliing on the first tee," Rc- asor said, "I stepped up with a Delegates Elected NEW YORK (AP) -- Two U.S. I.nwn Tennis Association officials. W.E. Hester, Jr. and Stnuley Mnllcss, were named Saturday as delegates lo the 1974 International Lawn Tennis Federation convention. The meeting will be held July 10 in Amsterdam. f i v o Iron nnd barely got it lo the ladles' tee." Ho shot a GO over the front nino and Improved to a 57 on the back nine of the par-72. 7,12-l-yard Killearn Golf and Country Club course. Tighlly grasping the club In h i s right hand, Rcasor stuck to his five iron for all tee and fairway shots. He had only one double-figure hole, a 10 on the par-5 seventh hole, and managed fours on two par 3 holes. "I think the fact I made It around that course is com mendable," he said. "I almost didn't make it going up the hill on 16. I was woozy there. I've got all kinds of medication .in me." Montreal Surges Past Los Angeles Dodgers LOS ANGELES (A! 1 ) - Ho:i Coy nnd 1)111 Uimoll sliiKKcii home rims anil Al Downing and Mlko Marsluill combined nil n four-liillor, lending the Los An- ({cles Dodgers (a H 0-2 victory over the Montreal Expos Snlur- itny. Downing, 1-2, who hurled tho first seven Innings, ncnrly fnllcd to survive the first when the Expos loaded the buses with nana out. He got out of 11 by striking out I!nl Drocdon and getting Ken Singleton to ground into a double piny. Los Angeles was held scoreless OH two hits by Steve Rogers until the fifth when rt single by Willie Crawford, double by Steve Gnrvoy and walk to Joe Ferguson loaded the bases with no one out. Crawford · scored the Dodgers' first run when third baseman ,Ron Hunt booted Russell's I bouncer and Downing'! sacri- fice- fly made it 2-0. Coy shig«ed a two-run homer, his f i r s t of tho bascbnll scuson, In the sixth with Bill liuckncr ahoEird. Uusscll hit bis with the bases empty In the seventh, his second of the season. The Kxpos scored twice in (·ha seventh on a walk to Slngle- ton. infield singles by Jim Cox mul Tim Foil and a sacrifice fly by Barry Koole. Briles Injured KANSAS CITY (AP) - The Kansas City Royals have lost pitcher Nelson Briles for possibly two months. Driles will undergo surgery to repair lorn coriilege in his right knee Wednesday. He suffered a dislocation of bis knee prior to spring training and reinjured it last Monday against Boston. OPEN DAILY 9-10; SUNDAY CLOSED · 1--fr I MONDAY TUESDAY 2 Days Only! MEN'S PAJAMAS FASHION HANDBAG ACCESSORIES Keg. to 96* Permanent press polyester/cotton. £a. Coin purses totes, morel JR. BOYS' PAJAMAS P6g. 3.97 2 Days No-lroh polyester. 4-7. Q-TIPS DOUBLE PACK GIRLS'SHORTS : BOYS' WESTERN 1 FLARE JEANS 96 2 Days New styles and shades in cool cotton. 4-6X and "bigsister" sizes. No-iron polyester-cotton. 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