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Yanks-Indians Satisfied Big Trade Profitable I: By the Associated Pr^ss ·; The best baseball trade is ;; supposed to be one that helps ; ; both clubs. For the time being, · · then, the recent seven-player j: Cleveland Indians and K'ew I J Y o r k Yankees is a good one. ; · Frit?, Peterson, who went I from New York to Cleveland - yielded eight hits but only three !; rims in six innings and notched ;, his second victory since the I April 26 deal the I n d i a n s ; whipped the California Angels ;5-3 Monday niglit. Dick Tidruw. · who came from Cleveland to t Ncw York, made his first start ;for the Yankees and scattered .nine hits in eight innings, . . picking up a R-4 triumph over I the Texas Rangers. ;· The results weren't too sur. i prising. Tidrow the R a n g e r s - and Peterson ilmosl always 16-6 beats the Angels. Elsewhere on an abbreviated major league schedule, the San Diego Padres edged the Philadelphia Phillies 7-6 in the only National League contest for unbeaten rookie Dave Freisleben's third victory, the Baltimore Orioles downed the stumbling Oakland A's 6-3 and the Detroit Tigers nipped the Chicago White Sox 5-4. GAMES RAINED OUT Two National League games were rained out - Los Angeles at Montreal and San Francisco at New York. Peterson blanked the Angels until the fifth when Dave Chalk doubled, Bobby Valentine singled and Frank Robinson homered. He gave way to Mill Wilcox at the start of the .double and Nate Texas-he's 4-0_ lilctimc against seventh, "Technically, I think the Indians have a better team than .he Yankees put on the field. I think the trade helped make this team." he said. The Indians are 7-2 since the deal, with Peterson winning twice, Steve Kline once and Fred Beene and Tom Buskey each notching a save. The Yankees won when Jim Fergosi, who batted Texas back from an early four-run deficit with an RBI single and a three- run homer, committed a two- base throwing error in the seventh inning that led to a pair of unearned runs, driven in by Bobby Murcer's single and Ron Blomberg's infield out. PADRES 7, PHILLIES 6 Fred Kendall drove in three runs with a home run ami knocked in three with and double to help Freislebcn, who needed help from Rich Troerison in the seventh inning and Vicente Rcmo in the ninth. TIGERS 5, WHITE SOX 4 Pinch hitter Dick S h a r o n Colbert a single drove with seventh the tying grounder in inning, , then t h e stole second and scored the winning run on a single by Jerry Moses, ending Chicago's five-game winning streak. ORIOLES 6. A's 3 Brooks Robinson rapped out four straight hits and drove in a pair of runs and Paul Blair hit a two-run homer to help Field Of 144 Enjoys Pro-Am At Fayetleville The combination of ideal weather and a well-groomed golf course attracted the largesl pro-am crowd of the year to Fayelteville C o u n t r y Club Monday. Thirty-six foursomes, or 144 golfers, toured the 5754-yard par-70 layout, and 32 players won prizes. Hickory Morton shot a 7'l to lead the winning team to a best ball score of 57. lie was sup Baltimore snap losing streak and five-game give Mike Cuellar his first pitching victory of the season. Grant King Stays Near Top With Indy 500 Shoestring Operation porled by PanicV INDIANAPOLIS ( A P ) -- i Grant King is a car owner, · designer, builder and chief mechanic who runs the No. 1 "shoestring" racing team tor Inrtiannpnlis-lype cars. "We're the only onns who run up Front of those who build their own c a r s," King said. "Our cars have always been up front, been competitive in their time." Last year. King's entry f i n - ished sixth at the Indianapolis 500. He expects to do even better this year with top rookie prospect Tom Sneva driving for \\m. Sneva turned in some of ,he fastest laps Monday as the Indianapolis Motor Speedway opened for practice for the May 26 race. While King specialises in the ow-skmg open cockpit racers. A Little Encouragement Philadelphia Fecdoms World Tennis Team coach Billie Jenn Kiii£ yells one mirage- meiit to one of her players during a mulch wiili t h e Pittsburgh Triangles in Philadelphia. Mrs. King l o s t her opening match to Evonne (J uola gnu g \n t he lea giie's first night. (AP Wirephoto) Cosfello Says He'll Keep Three-Forward Alignment :'; MILWAUKEE (AP) -- ^waukee Bucks' Coach Larry .^tJCostello has lipped his hand, ?£nut the pressure will be on the T^Boslon Celtics tonight to react. .VS CosloHo said Monday lie; will ^challenge the? Celtics with the ;~same three-Forward alignment ^jthe Bucks h'ad used to w i n ·w97-8!) Sunday, squaring their ""National Basketball Association '^."championship series at '2-2. "i By starting G-foot-7 reserve ;TMMickey Davis at guard .TMp]ace of Ron Williams, Hie ~*Bucks created a si/e mismatch ·-"against Celtic guards JO'.lo '~White and Dun Chancy. Witli ··jDavis working the G-3 White -^inside for easy shots that pro Educed 15 points, the Bucks "Sharnossed the press Bos',^ton had used in earlier games "'·to wear down 35-year-old Oscar Pro Basketball "-By TUP: ASSOCIATED PRKSS ·'" All Series Bcst-nf-7 ,ti NBA '-·;: Finals t Sunday. April 28 .'^ Boston 98, Milwaukee «:i ·;; Tuesday. April 30 '·«; Milwaukee 103, Boston 96 · ---overtime .-- Friday. Hay ;! : ' ~ Boston 95. Milwaukee «!i ·- Sundav, May 5 '.'" Milwaukee 97. Boston 8D · '"series tied 2-2. .:," Tuesday, May 1 ·" Boston at Milwaukee, N ,-. Friday. May 10 ·'-- Milwaukee at Boston. N -"· Sunday. May 12 ·-- Boston at Milwaukee, i ^necessary Mil-] Robertson. PIVOTAL CAME Sunday's victory regained the ome court advantage tor the ucks. Winner of tonight's ationally televised game .m. KDT can clinch the best-- r-severi series by winning at ioston Friday night. A seventh ame. if needed, will be bore unriiiy. Davis repeatedly look While t the baseline Sunday and cored eight points in file fir.st rler. Celtics' C o a c h it Heinsohii later used Jianey. Paul \Vestphal or for- I'ant John Havlicck on Davis, ml the shifts took pressure off !obcrtson and Buck forward }b Dandridgc. Roiwrtson, able to advance lie ball more quickly to the Jacks' frontcourt. helped set up -2 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for 34 sints and Dandrirlge for 21. "If Ihey switch Havlicek from orvvitrd to guard, they have to oiuc up with somebody on )anriridge," Costello said. "In Itat situation, we can play Mickey and not get hurt." Celtic forward Paul Silas aid. "We're going to have to ·ul.iusl. It's awfully tough when hev take yon down low like .hat." n AHA Finals Tuesday, April 30 ·· u New York 89. Utah 85 Saturday. May 4 '.' New York 118. Utah 31 .Monday. May 6 New York 103. Utah 100 overtime; New York leads 3-0. Wednesday. May 8 New York at U t a h , N Friday May in Utah at New York, necessary Saturday. May 11 New York at Utah, necessary TERMITES ? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, AnH, Spiders, etc. COMMERCIAL t RESIDWT1A1 442-7298 LA Rams Nix Request Of Larry Smith LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Los Angeles Rams say tlicy won't honor running back Larr Smith's request to be release! from the lost year of his Rams contract so he ean play with the Jacksonville Sharks of thi fledging World Football League "The Rams hope his decision will not affect his performance with the Rams in 1974," a lean- spokesman said after Smit r signed with Jacksonville Mon day. lie said he hoped to be released from an obligation I play out his option with th Rams and join the Sharks thi year. Ram spokesmen said a no cu contract was the key dispul in negotiations with Smitl whose signing with .lacksnnvill was announced along with tha of running back Harmon W; of the Atlanta Falcons an offensivie guard Guy Dennis Lions. "lie had dcmatided a no-ci contract. This is contrary t club policy," a Rams spoke man said. Smith, 26, a five year vetera lost his starting job to Jim Re lolsen last fall and gained on' little over MO yards. He face strong challenge for a barki job from Pcnn State's Jol Cappeletti, the club's No. draft choice and a Heisma Trophy winner. Lawrence McCulcheon, wh gained more than 1,000 yard last year, holds the fullhac spot. Veterans Tony Baker. Li Jpsephson, and Rob Scrihn give the Rams seven candidal' for six positions. spends most of his lime inkling dirt cars, sprints, mid- 2ts and various racing parts. I ch as radiators. He employs up to nine per- ns year-round and runs a IOP for painting, body work, lachining and repair in h i s ant a few miles west of the ecdway. Building cars that run as fast s 200 miles an hour is some- mes based more on instinct lan science. King noted. "Our cars are not 100 per ent blueprinted," he said. You know basically what will ork and what won't. After the ir is built, a lot of things are uilt on, bnltpd on, as needed." COMPETITIVE CHASSIS with a 77, Wayne Counts wilt 79 and Paul Eddy with an 80. In second place at 58 wa the team led hy Jerry Taylor who shot 76. W a y n e Cahl carded an 81. Ken Taylor an 85 and Mike Derdyne an 87 fo thai learn. Leading the third-place grou to a 59 was A. T. McDanie who tired a 70 for the day' best round hy an amateu Parks Harlan a d d e d a 7! Ernest Richerson an 81 and V V. Sanders an 8. Three teams tied for fourt place at 10-uncler-par 50. Shcri Ford led one with a 77. Da Van Horn captained the secon with a 78 and Emmet Lanaha paced the third with a 7fi. For Ford's team. David Fo registered a 77. Grant Hall 78 and R. J. Evans an 83. Ra Watson shot a 78 for Van Horn team. Charles Bishop atlrted a His Offenhauser-powered new power restrictions King to build new season. "When we Kingfish" chassis, similar to ie popular Eagle, is as compe- tive as any he's built. His two ntries for the 500 are the same nes he fielded last year. .So this season, Sneva has uatified one car on the fronl ow for one race and led ano- her. But ·ill force ars next ad all lhat horsepower to vaste before this year, yoi ould tolerate a little chimsi- css in the cars," he said "But illle things make a big differ- mce now." The cost or the new cars will make it tough for King, and probably for a lot of others, o stay in car ownership, some- hing he was forced into couple of years ago to stay in ·acing. "I'm a chief mechanic, not nowncr," he said. "I keep hoping somebody with money will be impressed enough with our operation to take over the ownership. Bui the longer I do it myself, the farther away I seem to get from finding an owner." 13 and Gene Goforlh Playing with Lanahan, Ea Williams shot 81. Carl Bell 8 and Carl Corley 90. Two learns lied for sevenl at 61. L. C. Sikes led one wit 70. making him Ihe low pr 'or the day and lying him fo .he best score. On Sikcs' learn Buford Hand shot 88, Ken Cai 92 and Ken Scott 103. Chet Powlowski headed th 77. Ji ,, . - 78 Die Lester an 84 and II. L. Elkil a 94. The next pro-am tournamei n Northwest Arkansas will S held on May 20 at Carro C o u n t y Country Club Berryvillc. other group w i t h Belinger contributed a North*** Arlwitto* TIMSS, TIM, May 7. 1974 ft 9 FAVITTIVILL*. ABKAMA* Byron Nelson Winner Brian "Bud" Allin, left, is congratulated b y B r u c e Crampfon after Allin won the Byron Nelson Golf Classic hi Dallas Monday. Allin shot 13 under par 269 for the $30,000 firsf place money. (AP Wire- photo) Travs Maintain TL Leadership Umpires Needed Officials for FaycltcvHlc's Little League program have announced that there ir a severe shortage of umpires for the summer program. Anyone interested in helping the summer baseball program in this regard may contact Jim Newport at 521-747R. LITTLE ROCK (AP) --Tony Gonzalez, a southpaw, shutout Alexandria for seven innings as the Arkansas Travelers took a 5-2 Texas League victory over the ACRS here Monday night. Gonzalez later gave up a walk ami a double to Alexandria's Mike Ivic. Rudy K i n a r d and Monte Bolinger each scored two runs for the Travelers. Kinard also got a triple, a double and a single. Bolinger. who has hit safely in L4 Ar kansas games, is batting over .400. The Travelers, with a 10; record, continue to lead Texas League action. Pro Hockey N All Series .Best-of-7 NHL Finals Tuesday, May 7 Philadelphia at Boston Thursday, May 9 Philadelphia at Boston, N Sunday. May 12 B o s t o n a t Philadelphia, national TV Tuesday. May 14 Boston at Philadelphia. N Thursday, May 1G Philadelphia at Boston, N if necessary Sunday. May 19 B o s t o n a t Philadelphia national TV. if necessary Tuesday. May 21 Philadelphia at Boston, N, i necessary Cards Summon Help CINCINNATI (AP) -- T h e : St. .ouis Cardinals, in an attempt o strengthen their injury-torn nfieid. recalled inficlder Tom lcint?.elman Monday night rom their Tulsa [arm club. RUPTURE-EASER - fonrWittir* wnhabl* vjpnort for ! iiclbl« Tntuiml h«ni«. Comtat back l!ap. Si.api in frer' Soft, flat pom pad. M» OKI or lesther bands. Unaudited fcr confort. far iren, women, thi Wren. Side Square W-7M* ENJOY! KING EDWARD one or a handful Ken Harrelson Leads Tourney HOUSTON (AP) - Former n.ijor Tensile bnscball player Ken Harrclson of Savannah. Ga.. held a two-stroke lead otlay going into the second round of the $30.000 El Dorado 5olf Classic. Ilnrrclson. knov, f n as "The lawk" during his baseball Ciireer with Kansas City. Boston and Cleveland, fired a first- ronnci 67 Monday. Tied for second at 69 after the first round wore Mason Adkins of A u s t i n , Tex.. Tom Jnhnson of flarlingen. Tex., Mike Still of f-ufking. Tex., Ray Bruce Liclzkc of Beaumont, Tex.. Souvick of Canton. Ohio, and Ed Byman of Boulder. Colo. The f i n a l round of the tournament is scheduled Wednesday. Rent a New Piano On Our Rent-or-Buy Plan For Beginner Student New Pianos from $695.00 Mason t Hamlin Wurlitnt Knab* Fischer Wurlitzer O/gam We have a saving* program aad Interest rate I* Beet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association »l N. East Ai Rents for $15 Monthly Rent ep to iH nonUw. If TOO decUe to bar, w« will make full aHnwaoc* charge am the porch*** ·rice. 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