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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Professional Basketball ·······HMHHWMWtWHIinillll American League East West Saturday's Results Minnesota 10, Detroit 1 Chicago 4. Milwaukee 2 Te*as 1, Boston 0 Cleveland 8, Oakland 2 California 3, Baltimore 1 Kansas City 5, New York 1 Sunday's Results California 8. Baltimore 7 Texas 5-9, Boston 3-10 Minnesota 8. Detroit 3 Chicago 4, Milwauke 3 Kansas City 8. New York 3 Oakland 3 3. Cleveland 0-9 Monday's Games Chicago Perzanowski 0-0 at Detroit Coleman 5-1, N New York Tidrow 1-3 at Texas Clyde 1-0, N Cleveland Peterson 1-0 at California Stoneman 1-1, N Baltimore Cuellar 0-3 at Oakland Lindblad 1-1. N Onlp games scheduled Tuesday's Games New York at Texas, N Chicago at Detroit, N Minnesota at Milwaukee, N Cleveland at C a l i f o r n i a . . N Baltimore at Oakland, N Only games scheduled St. Louis Nails Houston Norrhwnt Arinmtn TIMES, MM., May *, 1*74 ft LA Error Boosts Phils By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Abbott and Costello never figured out who's, on first and the Los Angeles Dodgers went them one better Sunday -- they couldn't figure out who was supposed to be on second. Second baseman Dave Lopes and shortstop Bill Russell were both on second at the same time . . . but as fielders, not baserunncrs. And it so rattled pitcher Tommy John that he made a wide throw, setting the stage for a two-run Phila- delophia rally in the ninth inning that lifted the Phillies to a 3-2 triumph over Los Angeles. The victory enabled the P h i 11 i e s to sweep the three- game series after they had dropped seven in a row to the National League East West Saturday's Results Chicago 3, Cincinnati 2. II innings Montreal 4, San Francisco 2 New York 6. San Diego 3 Pittsburgh 4, Atlanta 3 Houston 3. St. Louis 2 Philadelphia 7. Los Angeles 3 Sunday's Games San Diego 5-b. New York 4 6 , 2nd game 10 innings Philadelphia 3, Los Angeles Atlanta 3. Pittsburgh 2 2 San Francisco 4-8, Montreal 0-1 Cincinnati 5. Chicago 2 St. Louis 3, Houston 1 Monday's Games San Diego Freiselben 2-0 at Philadelphia Carlton 2-2, N San Francisco Bryant 0-1 at New York Seaver 1-2, N Los Angeles Messersmith 3-0 at Montreal McAnally 1-3, N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Atlanta at Chicago San Diego at Philadelphia, N St. Louis at Cincinnati. N Los Angeles at Montreal. N San Francisco a! New York, N Pittsburgh at Houston, N Dodgers dating back to last eason. Elsewhere in the National League, the St. Louis Cardinals shaded the Houston Astros 3-1, the Cincinnati Reds downed the Chicago Cubs 5-2, the San Francisco Giants won a doubleheader from the Montreal Expos 4-0 and 8-1, the Atlanta Braves edged the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2 and the New York Mets split a pair with the San Diego Padres, losing the opener 5-4 and taking the nightcap 6-4 in 10 innings. CARDINALS 3, ASTROS 1 R e g g i e Smith's two-run homer and Bob Gibson's five-hit pitching through eight innings enabled the Cardinals to end a three-game losing streak and s n a p Houston's five-game victory skein. REDS S, CUBS t Home runs by Joe Morgan and Johnny Bench. sparked Cincinnati. Bench also delivered a run-scoring single, as did Tonv Perez. GIANTS 4-8, EXPOS «-l Mike Caldwell tossed a six- hitler for the Giants in the first game while Tom Bradley pitched a four-hitter in the nightcap and S a n Francisco took advantage of four Montreal errors for seven unearned runs. BRAVES 3, PIRATES Z Ron Red and Tom House Ron Reed and Tom H o u s e teamed on a six-hitter and Dave Johnson belted a two-run homer for Atlanta. The Braves scored all their r u n s in the third on Hank Aaron's double, Johnson's Aces Shell Travs 7-6 ALEXANDRIA, 1.3. (AP) -Alexandria's Aces broke loose for seven runs in t h e eighth Jnning to hand the..Arkansas J' Travelers a 17-6 Texas League defeat Saturday night. Both teams had 14 hits on two errors. BERNIE IN THE NETS .. .Fhilode.pttiia Flyers' Bernie Parent stops a New York Rangers shot on goal during the final game of the NHL semifinal playoff series in Philadeplhia Sunday. Parent, a standout performer m the series, led Philadelphia to the final round against Boston Parent, Dornhoefer Carry Flyers Over Rangers, Into NHL Finals The Travelers still remain lop in the Texas League's Eastern Division. They have compiled a 9-4 record so far this year. Victoria, with an 8-5 record. Is second in the division. Arkansas returns to Little Rock tonight to face Alexandria · gain. The Travelers were idle Sunday. Nettles Top Player BOSTON Nettles of (AP) the - Craig New York Yankees, who hit 11 home runs In April for an American League record, has been named winner of the league's Star Parade Award for the month. Nettles broke the old mark of 10 homers set Robinson in April equalled record, Willie Stargell in 1971. by Frank 1969. He the major league set by Pittsburgh's Survival Instinct The big cats have a refined sense of survival, but survival becomes more md mom difficult as age wither! quidOTBS and jgility. Only ions care for aR of their mm... because Horn are tanly creatures. We, too, are family creatures* We care for oar young, and pfdaNke.But we are BKO independent. You on create retirement independence wNhlifa.munnoe.lfti lot bdHff thifi iMfc ftnvfVHfl look under Imarance" in the Yetow Pages. Look to thelfeneu. Oh- me PHILADELPHIA (AP) --' There is nn atuomobile bumper slicker that reads: "Only the saves more than Bernie Parent." The New York Rangers will 5uy that. Parent and veteran Gary DornhocFor keyed a 4-3 victory : or the Philadelphia Flyers over .he Rangers Sunday to advance :t the finals of the National Hockey League Stanley Cup playoffs against the Boston Bruins. "Parent is a great goalie." said Rangers coach Emile Francis. "Ho was the difference in the Flyers' season." New York's Pete Stemkowski offered this tribute to the Philadelphia goalie: "Parent robbed us. He robbed Park, myself, and probably a couple I didn't notice that well." The 29-year-old Parent made at least six spectacular saves for the Flyers in Sunday's, seventh and deciding game of the bitterly contested semifinal series against the Rangers Parent sat in front of his locker after the Flyers 'fourth vic- .ory of the series - all on home ice - and admitted he was dog tired. thought this series would never e n d," said the Philadelphia netminder. "But we got. a shot at the Stanley Cup now, and that's all (hat counts." Parent looked ahead to the seven-game final series starting Tuesday night in Boston against the Bruins. "The thing that will give us confidence is the game we beat them at the end of the year to clinch first place in our division. That's the one we still remember." The Flyers would rather forget that victory was the first in five years over the Bruins. Philadelphia has won only once in Boston since entering the league in 1967. and the overall series stands 4-30-4 in favor of the Bruins. The 31-year-old Dornhoefcr xiosted the Flyers to a 3-1 lead Then New York made it 3- on a score by Steve Vickers It looked as if the Rangers wer rallying, but Dornhoefer too .he heart out of them 1 seconds later with his secon scored Flyers the key against goals for the the Rangers Sunday; the third, and the fourth and winning shol. D o r n h o e f e r ' s first goal goal of the'game. Harvard Tops Penn CAMBRIDGE. Mass. (AP) -Harvard's undefeated heavs weight crew breezed past Pen Saturday, taking the 2,000-mete Adams Cup Regatta in 6:24.6. Penn was six lengths behin at 6:46. Navy finished third a Doubles Crown M O N T R E A L -- Sout Africans Bob Hewitt arid Fre McMillan defeated John New combe and Owen Davidson c Australia 6-2, 6-7. 6-1, 6-2 an captured the $40,000 first pr\; in the World Championshi Tennis doubles finals. SEVEN OF THE REASONS I WANT TO BE YOUR SHERIFF 1. Efficient records 2. Appointment of personnel with mature ideas and skills, to perform the job in o considerate and efficient manner 3. Placement of deputies in strategic locations for faster, efficient enforcement of the law 4. Strict control over all deputies by competent authority at all times, by having certain deputies trained to make decisions while on each shift of duty 5. Personal availability to the general puMic at all times 6. Full cooperation with all law enforcement agencies. 7. Full cooperation with ail organizations that are interested in sound law enforcement 1 PERSONALLY AND SINCERELY ASK FOR YOUR VOTE AND INFLUENCE PAUL PEEVY Politic*] Ad Paid for By Paul Peevy, Springdal* mer, a walk to Ivan Murrell, i single by Reed a n d Ralph! arr's single. PADRES 5-4, METS 4-« John Milner's two-run homer the 10th inning, his third me run in as many games, ted the Mets to a 6 4 victory the nightcap. The Mets, who ew a 3-0 lead in the eighth ning, tied it in the ninth on e Boswell's pinch RBI single. In the opener. San Diego's arence Gaston doubled home tying run in the ninth inning gainst New York r e l i e f ace u5 McGraw and then scored e winner on a two-out single Derrel Thomas. Allin Thinks Rain Delay May Help Him DALLAS (AP) -- After a 16- onth tour as an artillery of- cer in Vietnam, Buddy Allin n't get too excited over a ay's. postponement in the 50,000 . Byron ' Nelson Golf lassie. * The 29-year-old AUin was the ader going into today's final ound of the.Nelson with a 12- nder-par 201 total, just one roke ahead of Homcro lancas. Officials of the Professions jolfer's Association postpone! unday's scheduled final round "ter heavy rains flooded the reston Trail Golf Club and llin spent his time watching le Boston-Milwaukee Nationa asketball Association playof n television. "I was in some hectic times i Vietnam and it's hard to get ervous over just a one - day elay," Allin said calmly There was just a little more : stake over there." Ailin said "The .delay migh' e the best thing that happened llhough I wanted to play. A et course makes it easier for he big hitters, but I putt much etter on slow grens." The 5-foot-9, 133-pound Allin stablished a course recort aturday with an eight-under ar 63 on the 6.957-yard pai 5-36-71 layout. Allin. is a three me winner on the tour, in luding the Doral this year. The scheduled final roun oday was to be televised 4:3 .m.-S:30 p.m. EOT, on ABC. Lee Trevino and Brut' Irampton at 204, Jim Simon ,t 205, Bob Charles at 206, an late Irwin and Charles Cood. t 207 were within challenging {stance of Allin. Change for the better and get more change than you'd expect. If you think fine Canadian has to cost a barrel of money, think again. Harwood is very fine Canadian. With all the subtle smoothness and delightful lightness you expect from a premium Canadian import. But without the premium price. Now you can improve your standard of drinking. And still not raise your cost of living. Change, please! 80 PROOF. 4-YEAR-OLD. IMPORTED BY THESUMMIT MARKETING CO., N.Y., N.Y. 10022 Bank's Northwest plaza gift for visitors. Member F.OJ.C.

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