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NcrrhwMl Arkonsot TIMES, Sot., May 11, 1974 F*VrTTIVILI.C. AKKANtAS Respite Early Outburst Professional Baseball American League East W L Pet. GB New York 18 14 .563 -Baltimore H 13 .519 l ' Detroit 14 13 .519 Hi Cleveland 15 14 .517 1V4 Boston 13 16 .448 3',i Milwaukee 10 13 ,435 3Vi West Chicago 14 12 .538 -California 16 14 .533 -Texas 15 15 .500 1 Oakland . 14 15 .483 1V4 Minnesota 12 13 .480 VA Kansas C. 12 !5 .444 2V4 Friday's Games Baltimore 3. Cleveland 1, 10 innings Detroit 6, Boston 5 New York 7. Milwaukee 2 Chicago 8, Texas 7. 14 innings California 2, Kansas City 1 Oakland 4. Minnesota 2 Saturday's Games Baltimore (Cuellar 1-3) Cleveland (Peterson 2-0) Milwaukee (Slaton 3-3) New York (Mcdich 5-1) Boston (Cleveland 1-3) at De troit (Coleman 5-1) Minnesota (Albiiry 1-0) al Oakland (Holtzman 2-4) Kansas City (Busby 4-3) al California (Stoneman 1-2) N Chicago (Kaat 4-1) at Texas (Clyde 10) N Sunday's Games Baltimore al Cleveland 2 Milwaukee al New York. 2 Boston at Detroit Chicago at Texas Kansas City at California, 2 Minnesota at Oakland National League East W L Pel. GB St. Louis 16 13 .552 -- Philaphia 15 14 .517 1 Montreal 11 11 .500 1 Chicago 11 14 .440 3 New York 12 17 .414 4 Pittsburgh 9 17 .346 514 West Los Angeles 21 3 .700 -Houston 13 12 .594 3 San Fran 17 14 .548 4!' Cincinnati 13 13 .500 6 Atlanta 13 17 .433 8 San Diego 14 19 .424 8% Friday's Results New York 7, Chicago 2 San Francisco 5. A t l a n t a 4, 13 innings Philadelphia 3. Pittsburgh 2 Cincinnati 2, Houston 1 Montreal 5, St. Louis 4 Los Angeles 7, San Diego 5 Saturday's Games San Francisco (Bradley 3-3' at Atlanta (Reed 5-2) New York (Swan 0-2) at Chi cago (Frailing 2-1) Houston (Gritfin 4-1) at Cin cinnati (Nelson 1-2) N St. Louis (Siebert 2-2) Montreal (Renko 1-4) Pittsburgh (Moose 1-3) Philadelphia (Carlton 2-3) N Los Angeles ( R a u 2-1) at San Diego (Corkins 2-0 or Arlin 1-3 N Sunday's Games Houston at Cincinnati, 2 San Francisco at Atlanta, t Pittsburgh at Philadelphia New York at Chicago St. Louis at Montreal Los Angeles at San Diego League Leaders By The Asiwlafed Press NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (65 at bats) -R. Smith. StL. .368; Reitz, StL .366; Gross, lltn. .36-1. R U N S--Brock. StL, 29 Bonds, SF. 25; Cedeno. Htn, 24 RUNS BATTED IN--R.Smith SIL. 27: Garvey, LA. 26; Ce deno H t n , 2o. HITS--R.Smith, StL. 43 Brock. StL 42: Garr, All, 42 Maddox, SF, 42. DOUBLFjS--Concepcion. Cin 12; Simmons. StL, 9; Rose, Cin 9; Cedeno, Htn 9; Garvey, LA 9. TRIPLES-A.Oliver, Pgh, 4 Garr. All. 3; Geronimo. Cin. 3 Russell LA. 3: Bonds. SF' 3 HOME RUN'S Wynn. LA, 8 Aaron. All. 7: T.Perez, Cin. 7 Garvev, LA 7. STO'LEX 'BASES--Brock SIL 22; Cedeno Htn 18; Lopes LA 15. PITCHING (3 Decisions) -Koosman NY. 4-0. 1.000. 2.03 Messrsmth. LA. 3-0. 1 000 2 18 Freislbn, SD. 3-0 1.000. 3.33 Sosa SF, 3-0. 1.000 3 20 STRIKF.OUTS : Scavcrs. NY 5 3 ; Koosman, NY 50 P.Niekro, All. 50. A M E R I C A N LEAGUE BATTING (65 at bats)-- Carcw. Miii, .391; R.Jackson Oak. .387; Gamble Cle. .357 RUNS--R.Jackson. Oak, 24 G.Netties. \ Y . 20: Rivers. Cal 20; Mayberrv. KC, 20. R U N S B A T T E D I N -- R.Jackson, Oak. 30; G.Nettle* NY. 26: Burroughs, Tex. 26 H I T S -- C a r e w . M i n . 43 R.Jackson, Oak. 41; A.Johnson Tex, 41. DOUBLES -- R u d i . Oak. 12 Healy, KC, 9; McRae, KC, 8 R.Jackson, O a k , 8; Burroughs Tex, 8. TRIPLES-White, NY, 4 Garcia. Mil. 3; Valentine, Cal 3: Rivers, Cal. 3: Otis. KC. 3 H 0 M JC RUNS-G.Nettles NY, 11; R.Jackson, Oak, 11 Yastrzemski, Bsn. 6: W.Horton Del, 6: F Robinson, Cal. 6 Burroughs, Ter, 6. STOLEN BASES--Patek, KC U; North. Oak, 9; Rivers, Ca 1 I- Wohlford. KC, 8; D.Nelson Tex, 8. . PITCHING (3 Decisions) -Hiller, Del, 5-0, 1.000, 0.82 Coleman, Del. 5-1, .833. 3.43 Medich, NY, 5-1, .833, 3.12. STRIKEOUTS--N.Ryan, Ca ·T; Rytevea, Min, 48; Jenkins Tex, «. t SWAT AND MISS (AP Wlrephoto) . . . Boston's Dave Cowens tries in vain to swat away a shot by Milwaukee's Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in the first period of their NBA playoff game in Boston. In Double Overtime 102-101 Victory Bucks Even Series BOSTON (AP) long, hard season, Afler the Milwaukee Bucks and the Boston lellics find themselves in a one-game showdown for the Na- Eonal Basketball championship. Association The Bucks forced a seventh and deciding game set fnr Mil- · - - - by Milwaukee called time after ( h a l f as Milwaukee built a 47-4 1 Havlicek's basket and sent in|i ea( i Jon McGlocklin for additional firepower. But Abdul-Jabbar elected to try his hook while moving toward the baseline. The ball Ihp "That h u r t us, h u r t us bad,' Boston Coach Tommy Heinsohn said. "They also ?hot 60 p e cent and we shot 35 per cent in the first h a l f , but, hell, it was a great game." waukee Sunday afternoon b y i g a m e s i n Boston ' I " We na1 o u r chances." Bos edging the Celtics 102-101 on I "It was supposed to be Jon's ! to "' s Pilul silas said - "Now Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's patent-1 shot, but everybody else was comes down to who wants it th ed sky hook shot with three covered so I took "it." Abdul-.most." seconds left in the second over- Jabbar said after playing the Abdul-Jabbar's g a m e - w i n n i n L time Friday night. entire 58 minutes along with j basket spoiled a brilliant per The 7-foot-2 center, averaging I t e a m m a t e Oscar Robertson and formance by Havlicek's wh nearly 34 points in the first six 1 Havlicek. look giune honors w i t h 3 games of the series, came T H I R D FOUL Ipoints. Havlicek scored nine o Boston's starting center Dave i the Celtics' last 11 points aftc hoop cleanly and the Bucks had their second victory in three; through with his spectacular a shot just four seconds afterICowens picked up his third foul "" Bos- early in the opening period and I sat out 14 minutes of the first John Havlicek had given ton a 101-100 lead. Swedish Sensation Opposes Newcom.be DALLAS (AP) -- BJORN Borg was 10 years old. working in his father's grocery s t o r e outfiide Stockholm, w h e n John Nevvcombe won the first of his three Wimbledon lennis titles in 1967. "I heard of Ncwcombe, naturally, but my hero was Rod Laver," Borg said after finding himself face lo face with the veteran Australian in Sunday's World Championship of Tennis finals. There will be $50.000 at s t a k e , use for a year of a luxury limousine, a diamond ring and Sl,000 worth of clothes for the winner's wife or mother. "It will be very difficult -- N'ewcombc serves hard and is the best player in the %vor!d." She 17-year-old Bnrg said. "I will try very hard to win." Borg followed up his sensational upset over A r t h u r Ashe with a 4-6. 5-4. 6-3, 6-Z victory over Wimbledon tillcholder Jan Kodes of Chechoslovakia Friday night before a standing-room- only crowd of 51.166 in (he Moody Coliseum. Neweombe advanced with a 6-1. 3-6, 7-8. 6 2 triumph over Stan Smith, cohol- der with Jimmy Connors of Hie No. 1 r a n k i n g in the United Stales. Newcoinbe. 23. who won 525.000 For having (he best record on (he WCT tour, is at the peak of his game and will be heavily favored in the final Sunday. Bobcats Win Junior Meet Bobby Harris, a member of Ihe Berryville Junior Hiofi track team, scored 47!i points in (he District 1A meet at Clarksville recently. Harris won the 120 yard low hurdles in 15.9. the " 100-yard dash in -11.2. Ihe 220 in '24 8 (he 440 in 54.3, the shot put at 47-2, the long jump at 18-4 and the pole vault at 11-6. His lime in the 440 was a new district record, as was his height in the pole vault. In a d d i t i o n , the eighth grader anchored all three w i n n i n g relay teams and placed f i f t h in the high jump. He went on to win the long j u m p and pole vault in the state meet, and finished fourth and second respectively in the two events at the Meet of Champions. Berry- villc won the slate Class A track title. Harris was an All-District basketball g u a r d , and played defensive back and running hack for the Berryville Senior High. Bobcats in 1973. scheduled at 1 p.m. EDT before a national (NBC) television audience. After beating Smith in a duel of big services and sledgehammer strokes, the Australian said he had never played the young Swede but had seen movies of Borg's quarter-final match at Wimbledon. "I detected some flaws in his game," Newcombe said. "But he seems to have matured and improved a lot since then. I am very anxious to win. 1 want to prove that 1 am the best in the world." Kodes said he would have to pick the Australian in tile match. In Sweden, thousands report edly sta.vert up u n t i l after 1 a.m. to listen to the radio account of the match. He's the greatest Swedish athletic hero since Ingemar Johannson," said a Swedish journalist. Martin Terry's Brother Signs With Arkansas FAYETTEVILLE. Ark. (AP) -- Charles Terry, the younger brother of M a r t i n Terry, has signed a n a t i o n a l letter of in- Sent with the University of Arkansas. Charles Terry is a 6-foot-4 guard from Hutchinson. Kan., J u n i o r College. His brother set numerous scoring records during his two-year career at Arkansas and was the Southwest Conference Player of the Year in 1973. Charles Terry, the younger to a 51-8 record during the last year years, averaging 17 points a game and 10 rebounds a g.ime. Bass Tourney Set For Millwood ASHDOWN. Ark. (AP) -- The Arkansas Bass Association will hold a membership drive bass f i s h i n g tournament Sunday May 19 on Lake Millwood near here. Entry fee for the one-day event will be S15 for nonmembers of (he association and $10 for mcfr^rs. Headquarters for the tournament w i l l he the Cyprus Slough Marina n e a r here. Starting time for the tournament will be 7 a.m. The weigh- in wilt be at 6 p.m. The association is a nonprofit organization. leading a comeback which tie the game 86-86 · at the end o regulation time. Horns Heavily Favored To Be SWC Champs HOUSTON (AP) With th University of Texas alread designated as the groom, th primary interest in Saturday' Southwest Conference trac meet will be to decide the fir ishing order of the bridesmaid The Longhorns romped to th SWC lille last year by a 16 7714 point margin over runnel up Texas AM and they'll b just as strong a favorite agai this year when Rice hosts (h 59th SWC meet. The Longhorns have the to performer in nine of the 14 inrl v i d u a l events and they are onl .2 second behind Souther Methodist's 440-yard relay tear and .3 second behind Baylor' SWC leading mile relay team. Also enhancing UT's chance of repeating as the SWC title i tiie return to form of defendin NCAA 440-yard hurdles chart pion Robert Primeaux. Primeaux, from Mobile, Ala scored a surprising 49.5 victor in the NCAA finals last yea but broke a bone in his foot i a hunting accident early thi season. Slowly rounding back inl shape, Primeaux ran his bes time of the season Mav 2 wit a 50.9 clocking in (he L i 111 SWC Meet pt -Vustin. R E T U R N I N G CHAMPS Miler Paul Craig and 44C yard dash specialist Don Stu Sal also are returning SW champions in the Longhor stable. Texas' strongest event likel i.s the mile, where the top fou times in the SWC this year ar by UT runners. Craig feads th pack with 4:04.9 followed b Reed Fischer. 4:05.4: Tim Pa ton. 4:07.1; and Mark Klono wor. 4:08.0. S!ur»al leads the SWC in th 440 t h i s year with a 46.5 clock ing. He'll be pressed by AM Doug Brodhead w i t h ' a 47 time. There'll be a four-way battl in the discus with Rice's three t i m e champion Ken Stadel. wh finished second in the NCA. lasl year, trying to holdo 1 (hree Texas entrants, Jii McGoldrick. Dana LeDuc an Bishop Dolcgiewicz. McGoldrick has the longes throw in the conference thi year with 191-9 followed by Sla del's 190-5. LeDuc, the SW shot put leader, has a 188-7 ant Dolegiewicz has a 185-5. Coach Named QUEBEC -- JeanGuy Gendro was named coach of the Worl Hockey Association's Quebe Nordiques. Montreal Clips Cards MONTREAL (AP) -- Steve ogers continued Friday night be the Expos' most con- stcnt pitcher as he spaced ight hits and Montreal de- ?aled the St. Louis Cardinals 4. Rogers chalked up his fifth ictory in six decisions and his econd in as many verdicts gainst the Cardinals this sea- on. But triumph No. 5 was not all lat easy as he struggled hrojgh the f o u r t h inning. The Cardinals got all lour o! :heir runs in the fourth with Jose Cruz triggering the outburst with his first home run of the season to lead otf the inning. The Expos won the game with a pair of r u n s in the fifth. "He got high, .high," said Manager Gene Mauch referring to Rogers problems. "He go_l high to every man that inning. Even when he struck out Simmons, he struck him out on a high pitch. "If he had walked Simmons h i g h , I might have replaced him. The Expos jumped to a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the third inning with Ken Singleton's two-run single capping the outburst. The Expos were also aided by a fielding error by Luis Alvarado who booted Tim Foil's grounder with the bases loaded and one out. The Expos got their first run on the error and, after Cards starter Alan Foster retired Willie Davis, Singleton laced his single. When asked it the long inning and the cool weather might have made his arm tighten up for the fourth inning, Rogers said: "I really didn't fed tight I really can't make any alibis. My pitches had the same velocity as the early innings. I had my stuff, but I was just getting the ball up. The victory was only the second for Montreal in ita last 11 games and snapped a three- game losing streak. The last Montreal triumph was Rogers 4 2 decision over the San Francisco Giants last Saturday. "With all the rainouts we've had, it's tough for the pitchers to get in a groove," R o g e r s said. Rebels Edge FHS Net Team For AAA Title LITTLE ROCK -- Heartsill lagon and Mark Hewett defea- ed Fayeltcville's Curt Rom and Carl Imhoff 6-4, 6-4 in the f i n a l doubles match Friday, giving Fort Smith Southside a one- point margin over the Bulldog:, and first place in the state AAA ennis tournament. Southside trailed Fayetteville 0-6 after the singles matches but scored eight points in the doubles for a 14-13 edge. The Rebels had lost to Fay eUeville twice during the season and once more in the AAA-Wes conference tournament, am heir coach Jim Cooper hat called the Bulldogs "the bes' '.earn in the state." "Now he's calling Southside he best," said Fayetteville 7oach Alan Beauchamp. Mark Rom and John Brooks if Fayetteville dominated the iingles division. Rom skunket ?ob Butler of Texarkana 6-0 i-0. beat Randy Buttram o logers 6-3, 6-0 and took Jeff Ferrell of Southside 6-3, 7-6. ALL-BULLDOG FINAL Brooks defeated Gary Perry )f Hot Springs 6-0, 7-5. won 6-1 5-0 over D a n n y Morrow o Blylheville and downed Bob vSkinner of the Rebels 7-5. 6-3 As finalists from the sam school, Rom and Brooks did no play each other. Tom Coker and Nick Gy les of Fayetteville defeated E d d i e Taylor and Stew art Hiatt of Jonesboro 6-1, 6-*, in the first round of the doubles but lost in the quarter-finals tr Soulhside's Carl Beyer anc Brent Ernst, 7-6. 6-0. "Coker and Gyles led 4-0 in the first set," said Beauchamp "but then Beyer and Erns began lobbing effectively, an our guys missed a lot of over heads." Curt Rom and Imhoff dre' a first-round bye and won 6 fi-4 over Ken Pearson and Ke. Fowler of Hot Springs. Agains Ragon and Hewett, the Favette ville duo fought back from 1- to 4-5 in the first set and from 1-4 to 4-4 in the second, bu could not rally further. Beauchamp noted that seve of the eight quarter-finalists in singles came from AAA-West as did three of the four double team semifinalists. Richard Zachary of Spring dale defeated Mike Cherry o Texarkana and Jeff Kemper o Jonesboro before falling t Ferrell, 6-2, 6-3. Springdale' Rick Lebow advanced via a by and a default, but then lost 6-2 6-2 to Skinner. Springdale en tered no doubles team. Southside Rebs Annex AAA Golf Crown BENTON - Fort Smit Southside won the state AA/ golf tournament at Longhill Country Club Friday, firing four-man, 36-hole total of 611. Blytheville was runner-u with a total of 625. followed b Conway at 627. Hot Springs a 628 and Pulaski Sylvan Hills a 631. Fayetteville and Texarkan tied for sixth place at 637 followed by Forrest City at 65 and Jonesboro at 665. Johnny Williams and Kevi Phillips led Southside with re spective scores of 146 and 147 Rick Srygley followed at 15 and Bill Henson was at 161. Jim Schumacher of Blyihe ville was medalist wilh a 73-71 144. Runner-up was Dana Har ris of Hot Springs with a 145 Gregg Dunseath, a quarter milcr for the Conway trac team, led the Wampus Ca golfers with a 154 score. Defending medalist Gre Hays of Fayetteville finishe Iwo strokes off the pace at 146 He shot a 76 in the mornin round, but came back in th afternoon with a two-under-pa 70, the best score of the day. Also for the Bulldogs, Jae Owen shot 85-77-162, Brow Pendleton 77-87-164 and Rea Hudson 83-82-165. Fayetteville Coach Joe Krel schmar noted. "It was f o g g y when we started, but turnc into a nice day. It's a littl disappointing to tie for sixth but all of our players trie really hard. They just couldn put consistent rounds together. 1 Lineman Signs TORONTO -- The Mcmphi Southmen, formerly the To ronto Northmen, of the Work Football League, have signed o f f e n s i v e lineman Roi Mikolajczyk of the Toronto Ai gonauts to a contract for 1975. Tourney HOUSTON -- Heavy thunde storms forced the postponemen of the second round of th Houston Open Golf Tournamen until today with 34 holes sched uled for Sunday. Wally Arm strong and Tom Kite shared th first-round lead with 67*. Philly Soph Flamethrower Singes Pittsburgh; LA Downs San Diego ,y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Gimme an R. gimme a U, imme a T, gimme an H, imme a V, gimme an E, imme an N. . .put them all to- ether they spell Dick Ruthven. just a year or so removed from ·Fresno State University, who's starting to put it all together. "He came out of college last year with that college kind of an attitude. He did a lot of Baltimore Hurler Pitches Birds Past Cleveland Tribe; KC Royals Fall To Angels Baltimore left-hander Dave tcNally loves to win close ball- ^ames but he loves to win lop- ided ones even more. "It's fun winning these kinds if close games but only when hey're over," said McNally fter beating the Cleveland In- ians 3-1 in 10 innings Friday night. "I'd much rather win 10-1." McNally allowed only six hits over nine innings and watched NewYorkNets Capture ABA Court Crown UNION.DALE, N.Y. (AP) -Billy Buford can get married :oday with his best man, Larry Kenon, on hand after all. The New York Nets saw to that when they belted Utah 111 100 Friday night to clinch the American Basketball Association championship. While his teammates cele brated with a wild champagne and shower party. Kenon hurried to catch a plane to Chicago. His old teammate at Memphis State, Buford, was ;he reason. If the Nets hadn't finished the Stars off Friday night, the two teams would have been back in Utah for a sixth game in their series tonight. "I know that," said Kenon "I kept telling the guys we couldn't lose this one. I've gotta be in Chicago." Kenon obliged his pal with some clutch baskets down the stretch, helping Ihe Nets pul away and clinch New York's first ABA title. The result left the capacity Nassau Coliseum crowd in a frenzy and the play ers had to fight their way into the dressing room. Kenon and guard John Wil liamson, two rookie starters had 23 points and 15 points re spectively. Second year man Brian Taylor had 19 and the old men of the s t a r t i n g lineup, 24 year-old Julius Erving had 20 and 26-year-old Billy Paultz, 21 "They said we'd fold under the pressure of the playoffs,' said Kenon. "But inexperience doesn't mean you can't play What is experience now? We won it." NETS START SLOW The Nels started slowly and led by only two points at half time, 50-48. "We felt fortunate to be up by two at the half,' said playoff Most Valuable Player Erving. who had onls seven poinls in the first half "We felt our defense in the lasl two minutes of the first hall had given us the lead and we decided we had to keep it up in the second half." New York came out hot and opened a ID-point lead at 70-60 But the Stars bounced righ back on the hot hand of Willie Wise, who led all scorers with 34 points. Utah caught New York and then went ahead o the Nets 95-94 with 4:« to play But Kenon hit three basket and Williamson had two Paultz, Erving and Taylor ha: one each as the Nets outscored the Stars 17-5 down the stretch. The team defense that F.rvin_ talked about finally turned the tide. "We can't play better than we did." said losing Coach Joe Mullaney. A year ago, Kenon was on the losing end of his final game when he and Buford and the rest of (he Memphis State team lost to UCLA in the Nationa Collegiate Athletic Association championship game. TERMITES CAU A D M I R A L PEST CONTROL ir-Hp^ Ants $D"4**-i ·' COMMfSOAt t om the bench as reliever Bob eynolds retired the Indians in e 10th. Losing pitcher Sieve 'ne gave up just four hits rough nine innings but was ased in the 20th when Boog well singled, pinch-runner ios Caball was sacrificed to cond and Earl Williams deliv- ed a tie-breaking single. Kline depailed and the Bird eked up an insurance run on sacrifice fly by Don Baylor f reliever Tom Hilgendorf. Elsewhere in the American Mgue, the New York Yankees iwncd the Milwaukee Brewers 2; the De'.roit Tigers edged e Boston Red Sox 6 5 ; thi akland Athletics defeated the innesota Twins 4-2; the Cali rnia Angels shaded the Kan s City Royals 2-1; and the hicago Wnite Sox outlasted e Texas Rangers B-7 in 24 in ngs. McNally raised his record to 2 while Kline lowered his to 3 Baltimore scored in the third n a home run by Mark Bela ger and Cleveland tied it in seventn on a homer b; rank Duffy. Cleveland has lost just three ' its last 13 outings. Yankees 7, Brewers t Dick Tidrow checked Mil auke on seven hits to evei is record at 3-3. Thurman iunson and Chris Chamblis ontributed run-scoring double r the Yanks who held ont rst place in the East. D "oney and Darrell Porter hom red for the Brewers who havi ropped fivj straight. Tigers 6, Red Sox 5 P i n e h-hitter B e n Oglivii ung his former Boston mate v doubling home the w i n n i n j un with one out in the nintl or Detroit. Al Kaline belted iree-run homer and Norn ash hit a solo shot for the Ti ers. Rico Petrocelli tied it ii he Red Sox ninth with a two ut, three-run homer off Detro: :e reliever John Killer, bu iller got the victory anyway is fifth in as many decisions. A's 4, Twins 2 Catfish Hunter raised hi ecord to 62 with relief hel rom Darold Knowtes and Roll Fingers, Deron Johnso nocked in two runs with omer and a single for Oak and, and Bill North drove i he other two with a double an bases-loaded walk. Angels 2, Royals 1 Nolan Ryan fired a four-hi c er and struck out 10 batters t p his record to 4-3. Micke livers doubled home the firs alifornia run and scored th econd on an error by Kansa ity second baseman Cooki ojas. Amos Otis homered fo le Royals While So* 8, Rangers 7, 14 in nings Jorge Orta, who entered th ame as a pinch-runner in th 1th singled in Dick Allen wit le winning r u n . Allen contrib ted a two-run homer and Bi Jellon hart a two-run doiibl or Chicago. Alex Johnson ha hree hits for Texas which ha ost six straight. Choncs On Waivers GREENSBORO, N. C. (AP - Carl S.-heer, president ai eneral manager of the Amei an Basketball Associatio arolma Cougars, announcec nday night that S-foot-ll cen er Jim Chones had been laced on waivers. The Cougars obtained Chon ast summer from the Ne 'ork Nets. Chones, a seconi ear pro from Marquet layed in 83 games for the Cou ars, averaging 14 points .even rebounds. an 63/4% rate to mttt Foyrtt*vill« Saving A Loan Anocwtion m N. E«t A hings that he wasn't informed x»ut," Manager Danny Ozark aid after the Philadelphia hillies' 23-year-old right-hand- a National League soph- more, beat the hard-hitting ittsburgh Pirates 3-2 Friday ight with ninth-inning helpi rom Mac Scarce. Only one run ·as off Ruthven. Elsewhere, t h e M o n t r e a l xpos edged the St., Louis Car- inals 5-4, the Los Angeles Jodgers downed the San Diego 'adres 7-5, the Cincinnati Reds ipped the Houston Astros 2-1, he San Francisco Giants haded the Atlanta Braves 5-4 n 13 innings and the New York lets thumped the Chicago Cubs 7-2. Ruthven also came out of col- ?ge with a blazing fast ball nd some distorted views on ·itching to major league hit- ers. "I don't t h i n k anybody hrows any harder in the Na- ional League." said Ozark. 'His velocity is unnatural." Ruthven. who is 15 credits :hy of a biology degree from ·Yesno State, dissected the Pi- ates (or eight innings, .yielding ust two singles, striking out line and retiring 18 consecutive )atters. That string ended via a walk and single to start the ninth. "I keep a clear mind now vhere last year in certain situations I'd see red." said Ruthven, who compiled a 6-9 record md 4.22 earned run average. "Things would snowball. I was mental . midget. People around here thought I was insane. I totally embarrassed myself." DODGERS 7, PADRF.S 5 Steve Yenger, who homered earlier, doubled in the tiebreak- ing run in the eighth inning after Ron Cey's single and a sacrifice. Yeager eventually scored on a pinch single by Tom Paciorek. Cey and pinch hitter Ken McMullen also hom- ered while Dcrrcl Thomas connected for the Padros. REDS Z, ASTROS 1 Dan Driessen's first home run of the season, a two-run shot in the fourth inning off Larry Dierker, carried Cincinnati and Jack Billingham to victory. "It was a fast ball, just above the knees," said Driessen. "I've been trying to hit a homer all year but the rain and the layoffs have just killed my rhythm. But Ted Kluszewski (batting coach) told me to wait hack and the ball would pop up for me, and it did." GIANTS 5, BRAVES 4 Garry Madrtox singled honw Bobby Bonds in the 13lh inning after Bonds led off with a single off Buzz Capra and went to second as Tito Fuentes grounded out. The Giants came from behind twice. They tied the score 3-3 in the f i f t h on Dave Kingman's double, an infield out and oBnds' sacrifice fly. Chris Speier hit a home run in Ihie seventh, m a k i n g it 4-4. Darrell Evans hit a three-run homer for Atlanta and Hank Aaron doubled home the Braves' other run ME IS 1, CUBS I Jerry Grote drove in two runs with a bases-loaded single and Dave Schneck hit a two-run homer, leading the Mets and unbeaten Jerry Koosman to victory. Grote's two - run single one of his three hits, came as the Mets scored three times in the second inning against Burt Hooton. Schneck homered in the seventh off Ray Burns. Call Williams Co. Insurant* J. WiHil S2I-HM 442-MB Ul-MM COMPLETE LINE MATEfVALB QUALITY MATERIALS DISCOUNT PRICES ·ANKAMERICARD. MAJTEB CHARGE WELCOME PELIVERY SERVICE ALSO AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS 2401 NORTH GREGG CW WM T«mki» * Mor* (turn Phons 442-2351

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