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Evans, Baker, Harristn Pull Atlanta Braves Past Chicago Cubs 5-2 ATLANTA ( A P ) - Darrell Evans, pitcher Rorlc Harrison and Dusty Baker helled home runs Saturday, powering the Atlanta Braves to n 5-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs. Evans, breaking out of nn 0- for-11 slump, smacked his third homer of the year over the right field fence in the first inning and rapped a run-scoring single to right in the f i f t h after Ralph G a r r had tripled. Harrison. 2-3, hit his first homer of the baseball season mid the fourth of his career in the third, a 390-foot blast over the left field fence. Baker's homer came in Ihe fourth, sailing into the left field seats following a single by Evans. Harrison pitched out of trouble in each of the first four innings when the Cubs stranded two runners each time, Danny Frisella bailed the starter out of an eighth-inning jam and finished up for the Braves. The Cubs scored in the third when Bill Madlock and Billy Williams rapped . consecutive singles and Don Kessinger lined a run-scoring single to center. Jerry Morales hit his third Tribe Blanks California C L E V E L A N D (AP) -Charlie Spikes, hitting safely in his 16th consecutive game, doubled and homered, driving in two runs in support of Jim Perry's four-hit pitching as the Cleveland Indians beat the California Angels 6-0 Saturday. Oscar Gamble cracked a two- run homer as the Indians wrapped it up with four runs in the eighth. Spikes clubbed his fourth homer of the baseball season, a solo shot in the seventh inning off loser Bill Stoneman, for Cleveland's second run. His double following Gamble's single gave the Indians a 1-0 lead in the second. The Indians picked up their other runs off Skip Lockwood in the eighth. Jack Brohamer singled with two out, pinch runner Angel Hermoso stole second and Buddy Bell walked. John Ellis singled for one run and another scored on left fielri- er Joe Lahoud's throwing error before Gamble socked his second home run of the year. lomcr of the season for the Subs In tho seventh, a lowcrinig Tly Unit struck the foul pole In left field. Women Cagers Try Out For Ul Host Team ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- Some of the nation's top women basketball players be,.ain competing Sunday in the : irst phase of tryouts for places on the U.S. Nalional learn next month. Coach Alberta Cox said she had so many candidates wanting to take the six places still available for later tryouts that she called 40 of them together for preliminary eliminations. She already had selected 34 players from five national tournaments for the regular camp tryout squad, which will begin its work May 1 on the University of New Mexico campus. She will add six more from the 40 working out Sunday through Tuesday. By the time the Russians, arrive, the team will be down lo 12, Miss Cox said. The tentalive schedule for Ihe U.S.--Russia series calls for games May 17 in New York May 20 in Des Moines, Iowa May 22 in Nashville, Tenn. May 24 in Kansas Cily, May 26 in Albuquerque and May 31 in San Antonio, Tex. The New Mexico campus wil be the U.S. team's training base until May 15. The Russians won the lasi tour major world titles in worn en's basketball, the Work Games in 1071, the Olympics title in 1972, the Universits Games al Sao Paulo in 1973 and Ihe World Basketball Jamboree at Lima. Peru ,in 1973. Phillips Earns Win BADMINTON, England (AP) -- Capt. Mark Phillips rode Co lumbus to victory Saturday in t h e prestigous Badminton Horse Trials, His wife, Brit ain's Princess Anne, placet fourth. Phillips, who gained his thirt Badminton win in four years finished ahead of the field of 61 with a smooth round in the fi nal showjumping section. Britain's Janet Hodgson fin ished second and Bruce David son of South Westport, Mass was third. Richard Petty The Man To Watch In Four New York Hurlers Dealt To Cleveland MAHTINSVIU,E, Va. (AP) -- Four oilier starters have fas- q u a l i f y i n g limes, hut Ihc nun In watch in Sunday's Na- lonal Association for Slock Car Aulo (lacing's lOLh Virginia 500 rand Nalional is Dodge driver ticharcl Petty of Randlcman, N.C. Pelly drives the half-mile Marlitisville Speedway as If he owns it. and Ihcy may well give t to him If he wins many more races here. In Ihe 36 previous Grand Na- lional races over Ihe local oval, ?oUy has emerged Ihc winner 1.1 timics en route lo becoming NASCAR's first million-dollar winner among stock car drivers. Petty wasn't loo far off the pace when Ihe first 20 positions .verc filled Friday for the 30 car field that sels out al 1 p.m. Sunday in the $64,825 race, richest of ils distance in NAS' CAR history. His qualifying speed was 83.150 miles per hour and pul him just where he likes to be on the shorter tracks--back o his major rivals so he can take advantage of any mislakes they make. Chevrolet driver Cale Yar borough of Timmonsville, S.C. \yill start on the pole a f t e r qual ifying with a speed of 84.36" m.p.h.. and Ford driver Georgi Follmer of Arcadia, Calif., wil be on the outside pole afte qualifying at 81.021 m.p.h. Between them and Petty wil be Chevrolet driver Donnie Alii son of Hueytown, Ala., who had a qualifying speed of 83.591 m.p.h.. and home town For driver Jimmy Henslcy, belie known for his exploits in thi Late Model Sportsman division Hensley had a qualifying speed of 83.477 m.p.h. Chevrolet drivers won Ih next five spots--Bobby Alliso of Hueytown, Ala.; Bobby Isaa of Calawba, N.C.; Benny Par sons of Ellerbe. N.C.; Lenni Pond of Petersburg, Va., thi 1973 NASCAR rookie of thi year; and Dean Dalton of Ashe ville. N.C. Yarhorough already lead NASCAR in earnings Ihis yea and upped his total lo $74,31 by picking up anolher $1,00 Friday in winning the pole. He could make it an $18,00 payday Sunday by winning th race and leading the most laps The winner gets $12,000, an there's a $5,000 bonus for the driver who is in front the most laps. N K W YOHK ( A P ) ' . .. I.may, ntitiklnx, deal." Thnl was the hitler reaction I many of the New York Yuri- iocs to the Iriidc that scnl lUehers Stove K l i n e , Fritz PC- erson, Krcd Recite and Tom Buskcy lo the Cleveland I n - iana for first baseman Chrln hHinhlhx and pitchers Dick Idrow and Cecil Upshaw. The transaction, announced ·Vlday night during the seventh nning of the Yanks' game igaltist the Texas Rangers, irought open defiance from the Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., April 28, 1974 · 3C FAYCTTKVILLC, ARKANSAS Yanks Boil After Trade New York players following the game. They shouted their displeasure al Manrigcr RIM Vlr- ilon and Presidenl Gabe Paul as they paraded past Virdon's office. "I can't believe this trade," grumbled ccntorficlclor Bobby Murcer. "It Just, means they don't t h i n k we have a winning ball club." "This is the first time I've ever won a game and felt lousy," said pitcher Mel Slolt- Icmyrc. "You just don't trade f o u r pitchers, you just don't. 1 Kyle Rote Jr. Inks Soccer Pact DALLAS (AP) -- Kyle Role Jr., son al a former Southern Methodist football great and himself a superstar, reached agreement Saturday with the Dallas Tornado of the North American Soccer League bare- y in time for the opening game. Rote, an SMU divinity student, led the league in scoring ast season and was declared rookie of the year. The aggerement was an- Martin Ejected Before Contest NEW YORK (AP) -- Manager Billy Martin and infieldcr Leo Cardenas of the Texas Rangers were ejected by umpire Joe Brinkman just before the starl of Saturday's game with the New York Yankees. Cardenas, who was in the Rangers' third-base dugout, nounccd at 4:30 a.m. after an all-night negotiating session with L a r m a r Hunt, director of the club. The association said those not signed by 7::30 a.m. could not play in the opening game. Rote had held out for enough pay to allow him to perform as fulltime professional soccer player. The year before, he had played for about $3,000, the salary for most American soccer participants. Rote was asking in the neighborhood of $15,000, Terms of the three-year . cotsl.ract were not announced. Rote said they were satisfactory. Rote gained national notice earlier this year when he won Ihe Superslar contest against top athletes of all sports. The competition was in many ath- lelic events. Hunt said he was pleased to sign Rote because "the growth lave never been on a team that itid pitchers n u l l i n g together "or each oilier like this team." "I'll go to Cleveland," offered .·atelier T h u n n a n Munson. 'They can trade mo there now. How can they Irade Keene? They've gol to be kidding." Another visibly upset Yankee said, "What we need is a gooci second baseman." What the Yankees appeared to have gotten was a good f i r s t baseman. "We had an opportunity to get a guy who was a star ballplayer." Paul said in defense ol the (leal, "and you don't get an opportunity to get a star playej every day. That's why we traded so much for Chambliss." Chambliss was the Amertcar League's Rookie of the Year in 1971. In his first three majoi league seasons, he comnilec baiting averages of .275. . an:[ .27.1. This season, ho is hit- ling .328. and Friday night, he unloaded a decisive three-run double in the Indians' 4-3 viclo ry over the California Angels. "I'm surprised," said Chambliss, "as I've been hilling Ihc ball real good, and after getting the game-w i n n i n g h i t night. . ·" to of soccer in predicated North America is the fans being was thrown out by third base I talent able to associate with native umpire Joe Brinkman for heckling from the bench. Martin then came out and, after a brief talk, Brinkman threw Martin. but, too. Martin then kicked dirt over the umpire's shoes and trousers before leaving. Martin said later that Brinkman turned to the Rangers' dugout and said. "Tovar, you're out of the game," mistaking Cardenas for oulfielder Cesar Tovar. Martin said B r i n k m a n kept referring to Cardenas as Tovar. Martin had words with Brinkman throughout Friday night's 4-3 loss which Brinkman umpired at home plate. Kyle Role Sr. was a star with SMU in the lale 1940s. After that he played 11 years with the New York football Giants. Pakistan On Top KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) -- Munnawar Iqbal and Saeed Muir of Pakistan defeated Eddie Cruz and Jess Fernanidoz of The Philippines 6-8, 6-4, 6-4, 6-2 Saturday in a doubled match at Lahore lo give Pakistan a 21 lead in their third round Davis Cup series. The final two singles matches will be played Sunday. "I hale lo see Clwmnliss eave," said Cleveland Mini- Igor Ken Aspromuntc. "It's ronic that he should go less than an hour after winning the ;amc for us." However. Aspromonlt was soothed by the acquisitions of .he four pitchers. "Kline and Peterson are solid starlers, and Beeno and Buskey h«ve been vucy effective for the Yankees this year in the bullpen," In said. "We didn't w a n t to ((lye "P Kline," said Virdon, "but you don't trade something for nothing. Chambliss is what we need." . ". That's apparently not what 'the other Yanks think. EQof Fayetteville Hiway 71 South Locust Fayetteville, AR (phone 521-5422) JCPenney Auto Center Service 10 77 Wheel alignment service. 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