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Nortfcwtit Arkoruat lIMti, iun.. May I/, lv/4 India Pulls Surprise In Davis Cup By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS India surprised defending champion Australia by w i n n i n g Hie opening match of tlicir Eastern /one Davis Cup final Saturday, but the heavily fa vored Aussies. behind John Al pxander. came hack to tie the series l-l going into Sunday's doubles match. Jasjit Singh stunned the Aus t r a l i a n s by picking up a match \\hicb hHd been suspended Fn day because of darkness and defeating Bob GiUinian 11-9. 11. 12-10, 8-6. The match had been halted with the third pel tipri 10-10, but when play re Mimeri Singh dominated the ac 1 ion. India came close to m a k i n g ii ' 0 before a higly partisan Tovvd at the South Club in Cal nit I a, but Alexander manager 11 outlast India's nationa ·hampion. Vijay A m r U r a j M-12 i - l - i . (i 8. 6-2 in a four-horn n a r a l h m i played under a b)az ng sun. The doubles match will bp 'ilaycd Sunday with tl\e fina uvo singles matches in the best scheduled for Monday. Elsewhere in Davis Cup play Hi Netherlands clinched it. victory over Finland, Yufio slavia took a 2-1 lead ovoi Egypt, and Austria and Franc* were tied 1-1. Rolf Thung and Fred Hem mes of The Netherlands bca Pekka Saila and .lukra Na rakka fi-3, 6-3, 8*fi to take an in surmountable 3-D lead in thei scries at The Hague. Earlier Saturday, Jan Hoi 1 dijk of The Netherlands bea George Berner of Finland fi-fi 1-6, 6-1. 7-5 in Ihe second sin glcs match. Thnng opened pla Friday by beating Saila 6-2, 6-4 6-4. ^eljko Frfwulovic and Nikola Bilitic of Yugoslavia won Satui day's doubles match agains Egypt, easily beating Ismai El-Sliafei and Aly El Dawouti fi-3. fi-1, 6-1 at the Gc/ira Cliil in Cairo. The remaining twr singles matches will be playet Sunday. Hans K a r y of A u s t r i a bea Francois J a u f f r e l 7-5, C - J . 9-7 in the f i r s t match at Hie Post Con tcr in V i e n n a , then Georges Go vcn of France tied the series by beating Peter Pokorny of Aus tha 6-2, 6-2, 6-2. The double, match will he played Sunday with the remaining two single; scheduled for Monday, Prentice Leads Golf Classic R A L E I G H (AP) -- Laura Baiigh fired a lift Saurday t' move within two strokes of ; M u m b l i n g Jc Ann Prcntici after the second round of th $35.000 American Defender Go) Miss Prentice, after threat ening lo rjn away with (h tournament, bogeycri three o the last, five holes For an era par 72 to fall back to with.! range of the pack. After he opening round 65 she was a 1ST, seven tinder par, Miss Ba.igh rolled in nipl 1 bird it 1 putts in recording lie lowest professional round. Sh causM some trees on two hole for her only bogeys. She also was the clear lory favorite. Dressed in pin hot panls, the k i t t e n i s h blond had most of the men on th course following her. Dropping lo third place wa Debbie A u s t i n , who "sin all day" for a 73 t h a t Rave ho a 1-10 total, one shot behin M i = s Ranch. In a croup at 14! were On DcnenberEi w i t h a TO, Karoly Kertzma* with a 71 and ri in* champion J u d y R a n k t n wit a 71. S a n d r a H f t y n i e had OIK- of the hcst roimd of t h e rfay, a 63 t h a t pm her atone al 143. "F j u s t m a d e -nine bad - v i n s i = . " vifd ;?n obviously d i s - srn^ter! Mi^ Prentice. Asked " 'vi shr h-ul to Tonk mi', fnr in F-'.mrlay's f i n a l round, .-he aid. ··'''-n worried mo?t about mi-self." DIVING RUNNKR (AP Wirephoto) .. .San Francisco catcher Dave Nader squeezes his mitt as he dives for sliding Darrell Evans (13) o/ the Atlanta Braves in the fourth inning o/ their game in Atlanta, Saturday afternoon ' * With Sixth Inning Uprising Frisco Edges Braves 8-7 ATLANTA (AP) -- Tito "tientes* two-run pinch double lighlighled a .six-run uprising n the sixtli i n n i n g that carried .he San Francisco G i a n t s to an 8-7 victory over the A t l a n t a Graves Saturday. Fuentes aiso delivered a run- scoring single TJS the Giants udded hvo runs in the eighth. The G i a n t s entered the sixth nning trailing 2-fl but combined six hits with two A t l a n t a or- ·ors. The outburst, included sin- gles by Gary Matthews, Gary Thomasson, Dave Rader and Dohbv fionds, Tom Bradley, 4-3, WHS ilie winner. lie scattered eight hits before giving way fo F/lias Sosa in t h e seventh. Garry jMaddox opened the sixUi with a dnuble off loser Ron Rccrl, 5-IJ, and scored the? Giants' f i r s t run on a .single by Matthews. Thomasson also singled and the tying carne home when second ba.seman Dave Johnson hobbled Chris Speier's grounder. fader's single put San Fran Liscn ahead 3-2 arid chase Reed in favor of Tom House After Bradley forced Speier a third, Bonds singled a ru across and Fuentes drilled h double. Tho Giants picked up Indecisive runs in the eighth on pair of walks, Fuenles' sing! and a throwing error bv le fielder Ralph Garr. Allan! came back with two in the ho" torn of the seventh on a singl ·alk and a throwing error b shortstop Speier. Soviet National Basketball Team Nips AAU Entry In Series Opener MOSCOW (AP) -- The Soviet uitioiial basketball team, led Alexander Salnikov's 20 joints, held off a determined ast-mimite rally by the A ma- cur Athletic Union team and icfeatcd the Americans 89-85 Saturday niglit. T r a i l i n g 7tHifl with eight m i n - utes lo go, the United States SO.IKU. pulled to within hvo al R7-Rn in the last minuie. But Alexander Bnlosliev was fouled in Ihc last few seconds. He missed his free throws but teammate Alexander Belov grabbed the re-bound and tipped -ho bal 1 in for t h e inbuj-an IJoinls. It was the AAU team's first game on a nine-game lour of the Soviet Union. The 11-man quad, led by Coach Larry Brown of the American Basket- uall Association's Carolina Con- gars, will play another game in .\Ioscow Sunday, then go on lo Leningrad, Riga, Tallin and Kiev. Sergei Bclov anri Vladimir Shigili added 15 apiece for the Russians. Three Americans scored 1C points each--Darrel Elston of llic University of North Carolina, Brian Winters of the University of South Carolina and Leonard Grey of Lonft Beach State. The Americans (railed the So viels virtually Ihe entire gam and were behind 45-41 at hal' time, "We got into early foi trouble," Brown said. " couple of our better player didn't get lo play much at all. T h r e e Americans--Winter Grey and Leonard Robinson Tennessee State--[onled out. "It's really a young tean but Iheir effort was Ir m e n d o u s , ' ' Brown adde "They played against the be ball club in tile Soviet Unior I'm disappointed, but I'm prou of them." E-tfi S: J- l ' Cuellar Limits Cleveland Tribe To Five Hits C L E V E L A N D (AP) Rookie Jim Fuller hit hvo home runs and Hobby Grich one while Baltimore's Mike Cuellar limited Cleveland to five hits as ttic Orioles chased Frit/ Peterson in the first i n n i n g and routed the I n d i a n s 12-1 Salurrlay. Paul Blair opened the giime for Baltimore with a double. Peterson. 2-1, retired the next two bailors, but consecutive singles by Ear! Williams. Don Baylor and Brooks Robinson gave the Orioles a 2-11 lead. Fuller, who cnlcred the game with one homer, hi! a solo shot in (he Orioles' three-run seventh and a two-run bonier in the eighth. Both came off Ken Sanders, the f o u r t h Cleveland ntchcr. Grich homered off landers in the n i n t h . The Orioles scored two vims in ihc f o u r t h off Dick Bosnian and uvo more in the sixth off Fred Becne. Baltimore's Mark Bel anger ( h a d four singles and a double of the Orioles' 20 hits and scored three times. Cleveland's only run came an George Flendrick's f i f l h homer of t h e season in the f i f t h inning. Ponies Sign Five DALLAS ( A P ) - SMU Coach Boh Preuill announced S a t u r day the f i c n i n g of five basketball players to national letters of i n t e n t . The fignces i n c l u d e 6 6 Jeff Swanson of Houston Sprin" Branch. 6 7 Thincs Robinson .from Detroit. Texas. fi 6 Joe S\ve!Iunci from Gale.-.iiuic. I I I . , [6-0 Nate Williams from \e\v [Orleans. and fi-1 Ralph Jeff from Peoria. 111. I Swanson wa? selected to the all-stale team and will play in [the Texas high school all-'s!ar jgarne this summer. Clay Regazzoni Commands Grand Prix Pole Position NIVELLES, Belgium (AP) -Swiss driver Clay Regazzoni, in a Ferrari, won a hotly contested pole posilion Saturday for the World Championship Belgian Grand Prix Sunday. Regav.icoir.- record-breaking time was immediately protested by other teams, particularly the British Tyrrell camp, but the protests were not accepted. The organizers did, however, officially recognize a faster t i m e for Brazil's Emerson Fittipaldi. which made him fourth fastest, in 1 minute 11:07 seconds, instead of 12th. Regazzoni. leading the world j d r i v c r s championship before 'Sunday's fifth-round race, was ! timed at 1:09.82. an average speed of 119.1 miles an hour. 'compared with the official record Chris Scheckter of South Africa 1:10,86. which team officia claimed put Scheckter in th lead. Other teams also querie tiie accuracy of Regazzoni time. Third fastest was the secon Ferrari driven by young Austi an Niki Lauria in 1:11.04, wi Sweden's Ronnie Peterson fi{ in his Lotus in 1:11.21. Bnt Peterson crashed late practice when he hit a patch oil and, though he was not i jurcd, his car suffered exte sivc damage. Lotus mecham said they laced an all-night r pair job before the 85-lap rai over the 2.314-mile circuit. Other lop times put France Jean-Pierre Belloise in a BR sixth with 1:11.39; Italy's A turo Merzario, Iso sevent :11.4D; Brazil's Carlos Pat Jackson Injured OAKLAND ( A P ) - Right fielder Reggie Jackson, ihc leading hitter for the world champion Oakland A's. was forced out of Saturday's game against the Minnesota Twins w h e n he pulled his right barn- string muscle trying to steal third base in the f i f t h inning. It was not immediately determiner] how long Jackson would he out of the lineup. He has 11 home runs and 30 rims batted in and went into Saturday's 'game baiting .387. I The A's lost another player in itlie sixth inning when second |bi«oimn D;! Maxvill was ispiked. ^Manager Alvin Dark jhacl to u?e catcher Larry Ha- riey at third base w h i l e moving Ted Kubiak to second. Aggies Top Baylor WACO. Tex. T A P ) -- Baylor long j u m p e r R i c k y Thomp on had a 2.vfoof-7 ] 2 i n c h leap as Baylor beat Texas AftM 78' to 57 5 2 in a d u a l Soulhwost Con ference track meet here Saturday. Both schools recorded eight 1 first places. j AM's Doug Brodhead scored the only double of the after-1 noon, winning the 220-yard dash in 21:5 and the AW in 47:6. Two other Aggie performers pole vauHer David Peterek and javelin thrower Bill Ne\vton.l posted second bests in SWCi competition this season. Pcte- rek hiked 16-3 in the pole vault tnd Newton tossed 235-2 in his ·pccialty. j '. In Management I Personnel VOTE Democratic Primary MAY 28 'GUS' OSTMEYER COUNTY JUDGE FOR: Honest Government Efficient Administration No Self-Serving Activities Pol. Ad Paid Tor By Gus Oslmcycr Wash. County HEAVY DUTY MUFFLER For all American made pickup* ftd cart except some IMora* rfet and T«ronad««. INSTALLED · Lifetime Guarantee DUALS n Rain Delayed Qonn Adding One Side Including One Muffler Both .Sides Including Both Mufflers SEEBURG MUFFLER Mi(ln»y 71 N«rtti, X«rtl M City Limiti. Mets Hold Off Cubs CHICAGO (AP) -- Cleon ncs, Don Hahn and Rusty aub bit home runs and the iw York Mets held off the licago Cubs 6-3 in a rain-de- ycd National League game aturday. R i g h t - h a n d e r Craig Swan eld the Cubs to just four hits his six innings of work. But ay Sadecki. who relieved at ic start of Chicago's seventh ning. gave up the Cubs' runs nd five hits. Chicago raked Sadecki for :hrec runs in th« eighth, two of, them scoring on pinch-hitter Andre Thornton's first major league home run. Harry Parker preserved Swan's first major league victory. Jones hit his first homer of the season off Cub starter Ken Frailing. 2-2. in the fourth inning, giving New York a 1-0 lead. The rains came after Chicago's half of the inning, causing a 40-minute delay. Hahn opened the New York fifth inning with his first homer of the season and. after Swan singled to left--the second ol his three hits--Staub powered his sixth of the season onto the screen above the left-field fence. The Mets added single r u n s in the sixth and the ninth innings. Swan's singled drove home Wayne Garrett, and Chi cago's Vic Harris mishandled a double-play relay throw f r o m Don Kessinger in the ninth, al lowing Don Hahn to score f r o m third. Yaz Doubles Home Winning Red Sox Run DETROIT ( A P ) -- Carl 'astrzemski doubled home the ie-breaking run in the eighth nning and scored on a throw- ng error as the Boston Red ox defeated the Detroit Tigers -5 Saturday. Carlton Fisk singled with two .ut in the eighth and scored vhen Yastr/emski doubled to eft-center, making a loser of elief ace John Hiller. Yaslrzemski continued home vhen tlte relay from shortstop Eddie Brinkman hit Fisk and rolled away. Boston added a run in the n i n t h on a bunt by Juan Ben quez. Rick Burleson's single md an error by center fielder .liekey Stanley. The Red Sox had overcome a 4-0 deficit with three runs in he fifth, one on a single by r isk, and a pair in the sixth on a two-run single by Fisk. De roit tied the score at 5-5 with a run in the seventh off reliever J u a n Maricnal on Gary Suther and's single, a sacrifice am Villie Horton's single. Horton drove in two runs vith a double in the third ofl Rogelio Moret following run coring singles by Al Kaiine and Sutherland. Eddie Brink man started the outburst with a double and Dick Sharon valked. Beniquez opened the Boston i f t h with a double off Joe Cole man and came around on in icld hits by Burleson and Tom my Harper. Fisk singled the second run across and a pair o valks forced in Ihe third. Burleson's double and an er ror by second baseman 'Suther and preceded Fisk's two-run lit in the sixth. Korbut To Return TUCSON, Ariz. (AP)--Ru»- ;ian gymnasts Olga Korbut anc :.udmila Tourischeva will hea a Soviet gymnastics team on a 'our of the United States thi 'all. it was disclosed Saturday Tiiey will be joined by fiv women and seven men gym lasts, according to Frank T. 3are, executive director of th Tucson-based U.S. Gymnastic Federation. World champio acrobats and modern gymnast will round out the two hour an 15-mimite program they plan t perform in seven U.S. cities, he said. The tour scheduled include tops in Chicago Nov. 8 and 9 San Francisco, Nov. 12; Lo Angeles, Nov. 13; New York Nov. 15; Boston, Nov. 17 an 1R; Cleveland, Nov. 20. an Washington, Nov. 22 and 23. Johnson Sends A's Past Minnesota Twins With Big Home Run OAKLAND (AP) -- Deron 'ohnson slugged a home run;-- ne of five extra-base hits by Oakland Saturday--and the A's ontinued to a 4-1 triumph over he Minnesota Twins. The A's scored a run before League Leaders LEARIIK u*Aftms Bawd M d at Ball. AMERICAN LEAGUE ' C a j r r C l n h G AB R H Pel. Carew Min n 111 17 *5 .386 R.Jacksun Oak 30 1M 24 12 .385 tin Bsn 21 7J 8 K .317 iberg NY 23 67 12 23 .313 ible Cle 21 71 8 V, .312 Rolaa KC I! IIJ IS 38 .339 Spencer Te« 3-1 (W 11 22 .338 Valentine Cal K *6 12 2S S37 McRae KC X 92 14 .11 .337 Oliv. Min 20 HI 1 23 .333 G.Ncttles. New York, 11; R.Jarkson. )al[!and. 11: Yastrxemtki, Boston. 6; W.Horton. Detroit, «; F.Robinson. California, 8; Burroughs, Texa.t. 6. Hull Batted !· R.Jacksnn. Oiikland, 34: G.Nettleg. New York, 7: Burroughs, Terns, X; Ynstr- Mmshi. Boston, 23; F.RobiMon, California 22. FitraiBC (1 DerlBfeia) Coleman, Detroit, a ] , .833: Hiller, De- roll, 5-1. .833; G.Perry. Cleveland. *-l, BOO; Kaat. Chicago, M, .800: Hunter. Oakland. 6 2 .730: Jenkioi. Teias, -2. 7.W: Fitzmorris, Kansas City. M, .750; Fingers, OAkUnd, 3-1. .750. Minnesota starter could ge anyone out in the first inning Bill North opened with a doubl and Bert Campaneris triplet him home. Two outs later Gene Tenace doubled to lef center to bring home Camp aneris. Johnson's third home run o the baseball season came in Ih third inning, pushing the A' advantage to 4-0. Campaneri had opened the inning with single, stolen second and gon to third when catcher Rand Hundley's throw to second bas went into center field. H scored on Joe Rudi's sacrific fly and Johnson hit his sol homer one out later. The Twins came up wit their run in the sixth, wiie Rod Carew singled and score on Tony Oliva's double. Oakland lost the services o outfielder Reggie Jackson whe he attempted lo steal third bas in the fifth inning and sustaine a pulled hamstring muscle, was not immediately dete mined how long the A's sta would be out of aclion. Player Club H t n R.Smith StL ReHz EtL ·hmldt Phi ickner LA Hebner Pzh Watson Htn · AU MiLIin NY Uns«r Phi Grubfc SD NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB 30 92 30 IZt 90 ue » W m JB2 IT £05 33 HR 30 130 JO 132 35 36 .372 .SH ,313 73 73 IS 34 ST 11 32 W.vnn. LOB Angeles 8; Aaron. Atlanta, 7; T.Perez, Cincinnati, 7; Garvey, Txis Angeles, 7; Slaub, New York, «: Hehoer. Pittsburgh. 6: R Smith, St. Louis, 6; L.Msy, Houston. 6. Ro» Baited hi R.Smith. St. Louis 27; Garvey, Los An- ffeles. 26; Cerfeno, 'Houston. 25: L.Maj 1 , Houston, 24; Wynn, Los Anseles, 24. pitching tJ Deeiaiaai) Koosmnn, New York. 4A 1.000; Messrsmth, Los Angeles, 3-0. 1.000; Freislbn SRn Diego, 34. 1.000: Sosa, Sn Francisco, 3-0, I.OOH; Rogers. Montreal. 1 .833; BlIlingtlAm. Cincinnati. 5-1. .833 Griffin. Houston, 5-1 .833; John, Los AT gclei, 3-1, .833: Caldwell SanFrancisco. 5 1, «3. Southern Champion CONROE, Tex. (AP) -- Martha Jones took birdie victories on the first three holes Saturday and went on to defeat Mary Ann Rathmell of Houston, 4 and 3, and win the Women's Southern Amateur Golf Championship. Houston Astros Pop Cincinnati By 4-2 Score C1NCINNAT I (AP) -- Ton Griffin survived first-innin wildness to throw a four-hilt and Tommy Helms drove in 11 winning run with a sacrifice f Saturday. icariing the Housto Astros to a 4-2 victory over th Cincinnati Reds. Milt May set up the winnin run with a walk in Ihn four inning. He moved lo third Doug Sader's double an scored on Helm's sacrifice fl Griffin, 5-1, had walked on 22 batters in 48 innings befo the game, walked three in li bottom of the first and t\ scored to tie the baseball gam at 2-2. Pete Rose and Joe Mo gan walked, then Johnny Benc doubled both home. Bench later singled for anol er of Cincinnati's hits. Geor Foster and Ken Griffey had t others. The Astros nicked Cincinna starter Roger Nelson. 1-3. f two runs in the first belli run-scoring singles by Lee Mi and Milt May. The Astr added an insurance run in ( seventh on Bob Watson's R single. Steve Renko Stifles Cards MONTREAL (AP) - For th« st time since April 1C. right: ander Steve Renko was i win: ng pitcher for the Montreal xpos Saturday. . . ·;. Renko scattered eight hits nd pitched himself out of two ases-loaded jams to defeat th* . Louis Cardinals 3-1. His last dory was a 4-1 triumph over ie New York Mets and Tom ;aver in the Expos! norm "I had good control 1 ." aid Renka, a ISgame winner ,st season. "I threw a lot of rikes and you have to do that. i win. ', "The pitch that helped m» . inst today was my chaoge^upl didn't throw it as much, but I ol some big people out with Like most of the Montreal itching staff, Renko has been othered by several post. icnemcnts the Expos have en- ured in the first SIT weak] of e National League twwbatt reason. | "The weather has bin* rh« itching staff," he said. "Yo« an't get into a groove with all he postponements. You hav« to itch to he effective." Renko was helped offensively y Bob Bailey's fourth hom« un of the year, a two-ran shot n the fourth inning which pro? ided the winning margin. Aaron To Join Front Office ATLANTA (AP) -- Henry A*; ·on, baseball's home run king; vill join tha front office staff of he Atlanta Braves when he re- ires, President Bill Bartnolo- may announced Saturday. Bartholomay said Aaron'i specific duties will be outlined. after the current season. Aaron, in his final year of » hree-year $600,000 contract, las said he will retire after this eason. The 40-year-old superstar; vho has cracked 720 career homers, including seven thit year, broke Babe Ruth's all- ime mark April 8. Capek ChooM* SMU DALLAS (AP) -- Milt? "C». pek. a blue-chip breaststrok* irqspect, has become the 1 third swimming signee for Southern Methodist. Capek, a Uvo year All-Ameri-' can from Hinsdale. III., finished years in the 100 breast and was roke at the recent Natronal AAU championships in Dallas and has a best time in that event ol 59.12. He is th(»Illinoi» state champion the past two years in the 1000 breast and was second in the 200 individual medley with a best time of 2:00.5. ' Capek. an outstanding schoN ar who. plans to major .in.pre- mcd, chose SMU over a minv'' her of schools, including Harvard. He joins fellow IlHrioiif swimmer, Andy Veris of New Trier, in the incoming fresh : man swim group at SMU. The' other Pony signee is Larry Page of Amarillo. . . . ·' · Head Coach Named . HOUSTON (AP) -- Rolan W a l t o n , assistant baseball coach at the University ol Houston, was named · head c o a c h Saturday, replacing Ixvette Hill, who resigned. Walton, 44. is a former UH baseball player. He played shortstop and captained the 1951 team and led the club in hitting with a .333 average. MAY IS BETTER HEARING MONTH A Time To Act To Improve Your Hearing! We Want To Help Special... May 13 Thru May 24 HEARING AIDS, 10% DISCOUNT HEARING AID BATTERIES, 20% DISCOUNT HEARING AH) REPAIRS, 10% DISCOUNT Fnw Uaiwr AM Stop in, PhoM Or Writ*-- No NORTHWEST ARKANSAS HEARING AID CENTER 601 W. W«lnrt St. Rog«r», Ark. 72754 MMIM 636-7933 QuaNton* Dahlforg, Td« AM* MARY E. MARTIN, Owner THE STOPS YOU DEMAND AT THE PRICE YOU LIKE! $10.79 EXCH. DELUXE BRAKE SHOES 8" SET FOt TWO wmm, EXCH. 12-POINT BRAKE INSTALLATION For sun stops wrrti minimal fade or grab. Bwitt far long life end 9000 ween'. LMOKOMY. 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