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Wednesday, May 22, 1974
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Professional Baseball By The Associated Press American League KKS| W.. L. .Pel. G.B. Milwaukee Boston Baltimore Cleveland Detroit New York Oakland Chicago Kansas City Texas Minnesota California 19 20 18 19 18 20 West 22 18 18 IS 19 19 16 II) 18 19 19 22 .543 .513 .500 .5(H) .4116 .476 19 16 18 .550 -.529 1 .500 2 .500 2 19 19 22 .450 4 Tuesday's Results Boston 14, New York 6 Baltimore 7. Cleveland 1 K a n s a s Cily 4, California 2 Oakland 8, Minnesota 1 Milwaukee 6, Detroit 5 Texas at Chicago, ppd., rain Wednesday's Games Cleveland (J. Perry 3-:t) at Baltimore (Grimslcy H), N New York (Mcdich 6-2) at Boston (Tiant 3-5). N California (Singer 5-.1 ) at Kansas Cily (Fitzmorris 3-1). N Oaklaml (Blue 2-5) at Minnesota (Collie 1-0). N Detroit (Lolich 3-5) at Milwaukee (Kohel 2-1). N Texas (Bibby 5-6 and Jenkins 8-4) at Chicago (Wood 6-5 and Kaat 4-3). 2. N Thursday's California at Kansas City N Texas at Chicago N Detroit nt Milwaukee Cleveland at Baltimore N Only games scheduled National League Easl W. L . . . P e t . . G . B . Bo no vena Connects Argentine heavyweight Oscar Ronavena connects w i t h a left fo Ihe head of Larry Mid- dleton durinc their 12-round hniit at Capitol Centre Tuesday evening. Bonavena won a unanimous decision before a crowd o( MM. (AP Wire- photo) ^^^^ Brock's Streak Ends At 28 Farmer Stops Cards Philadelphia 22 17 .554 -Montreal 17 15 .531 114 SI. Louis 20 II! .52( Hi New York 18 22 .450 4' Chicago 14 21 .400 G Pittsburgh 13 23 .361 7 ! West Los Angeles 3D 11 .732 -Cincinnati 20 17 .541 8 SPUI Francisco 23 20 .535 8 Atlanta 21 21 .500 OVi Houston 21 23 .477 1014 San Diei!o 17 28 .378 15 Tuesday's Results New York 10, Chicago 5 Pittsburgh 8. Montreal 4 Atlanta 4-4. San Francisco 1-5 Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 2 Houston 5. San Diego 4 Los Angeles 3. Cincinnati 2 Wednesday's Games A t l a n t a (Nickro 4-3) at San Francisco (Barr 1-1) Pittsburgh (Kison 2 - 1 ) at Montreal (Rogers (i-2). N Chicago (S. Stone 1-0) al New York (Seaver 2-41, N Philadelphia (Schueler 2-3) al St. Louis (Foster 1-3). N San Diego (Arlin 1-4} at Houston (Osfeen 4 4 ) . N Cincinnati ( N o r m a n 3-3) al Los Angeles (Downing 1-2), N Thursday's Games Pittsburgh at Montreal. N Chicago al New York C i n c i n n a t i at San Diego. N ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Tall Ed Farmer has pitched 17 innings [or the Philadelphia Phillies and already returned the National League club's in- veslmenl. The fi-foot-4 right-hander worked 6 1-3 of Ihe total Tuesday night and choked off Ihe St. Louis Cardinals on f o u r hits in a 4-2 Phils' triumph. It boosted his early season record to 2-0. provided the Phils a IVi-game lead in the National League F.ast and left Manager Danny O/.ark in a cu phoric mood. "He's already paid for Ihe rice we Save for him," declared Oxark in respect lo ?20,(100 in waivers Ihe Phils gave he American League's New York Yankees on March 21. "We had eilher to give them player or the money in ex- imige." he added. "I wasn'l even interested in his record that much. I just liked the wa Los Angeles cisco, N at San Fran iutkus, Halas )isagree On Contract Terms Coach To Be Hospitalized LOUISVILLE (AP) -- Babe McCarthy, former coach of the American Basketball Association K e n t u c k y Colonels, will be hospitalized about five days with an i n t e r n a l inflamrnalon a hospital offcial says. McCarthy, fired as coach of Ihe Colonels last week, was stricken with severe stomach pains Tuesday ville. night in Louis- He was admitted lo Methodist Hospital, where doctors said he was suffering ticulitis. from diver- R e l y i n g (in a sharp breaking slider, Farmer rode a four-run Phils' burst in She first inning to a 4-1 lead through six in ninss. Then, noting later that "m; legs staler! to cramp up 01 me," ho walked pinch-hitte: Jim H i c k m a n with one oul and followed by walking Lou Brock Ted Si/emore drew still an other w a l k from relieve]' Eddi Watt. Reggie Smith IcNcil . sacrifice fly for the second care run and Ted Simmons walkec lo fill the bases. Only a f t e r Mac Scarce cam for bis 22nd relief appear ance and retired Hake MeBrid' were the Phils able to relax. "You just look out there ani say what the heck." sail 0/ark. shrugging off cigh walks his pitchers yielded com pared to f o u r Cards hits. "I'm really tickled nhoi McBride." lie added, howevc of the key out contributed h the 25 year-old Scarce. Cards' loser John Curtis. 2 and five mound successor walked only five aceompanyin four Phils hits, hut two of eac brand came in the first. . Dave Cash and Mike Schmid crowded walks around a Card rror and Greg Luzinski follow- ·d with a line drive sacrifice The hard-pressed Curtis then orked a 2 0 count on the Phils' Bill Robinson and his next tch, a high curve, was rifled 15 feet for a home run. Phils' accomplishments in the ame included a pitchout that nabled catcher Bob Boone lo ail the fleet Brock attempting o steal his 29th straight base i the fifth. "I knew it was a pitchout, noted Brock, who had carlie swiped his 28th and scored. '·' iust 'didn't get the right lead' said. "The name of t h game is execution. The thrnv lad lo bn ankle high to get m and it wa.s." MIMIIffl League Leaders lUINIIIIIIIMIMffllim By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League BATTING (90 at bats)-- arew, Min, .414; R.Jackson, ak, .385. RUNS--Campaneris, Oak, 29; Mayberry, KC, 27; H.Jackson, 3ak, 27. R U N S BATTED IN--Bur- ougtis, Tex, 41; R.Jackson Oak, 32. HITS--Carew, Min. 60; Rudi, Oak 50; A.Johnson. Tex, 50. DOUBLES--Rurli. Oak. 15; Burroughs. Tex. 12. TRIPLES--H.White. NY, 4: Campaneris, Oak, 4; 8 Tied With 3. H O M E RUNS--R.Jackson Oak, 12; G.Netties. NY, 11. S T O L E N BASES- -North Oak, 16; Patek, KC, 15. PITCHING (4 Decisions)-- G.Perry, Cle. 6-1, .857. 1.72 Kin- ;ers. Oak. 4-1, .800, 2.80. STRIKEOUTS-- N.Kyan, Cal 15; Blyleven, Min, 61. National League BATTING (90 at batsV- R.Smith, StL, .397; Garr, All 36J. RUNS--Bonds. SF, 38; Brock StL, 34; Wynn, LA, 34. RUNS BATTED IN--Wynn LA. 41; Cedeno, Htn. 35. HITS -- Garr, All, 68 R.Smith, StL, 56; Maddox, SF 51). DOUBLES--Rose, Cin, 12 Concepcion. Cin, 12; Cedeno Hlii, 12; Garvey, LA, 12; Mad dox. SF. 12. TRIPLES--Garr, All. A.Oliver, Pgtl. 4; Russell, LA 4; Bonds, SF, 4. HOME RUNS--Wynn, LA, 14 Staub, NY, 8; Aaron, All, 8 Bench, Cin, 8; T.Perez. Cin. 8 Cedeno, Htn. 8; Garvey, LA, 8. STOLEN BASES Brock, StL 28; Cedeno. H t n , 25. PITCHING (4 Decisions)-- Messrsmlh. LA, 4-0, 1.000. 2.1 Sosa, SF. 4-0. 1.000, 2.12. STRIKEOUTS -- Seaver, NY 7 3 ; Koosman, NY, P.Nitkro, All. 58. Northw** Arkamat tlMlS, W«4., Mery 32, 1*74 FAVITTtVllLI, Hold Six Of Last Seven Titles Dave, Lee Invade Memphis MEMPHIS. Tenn. (AP) -Dave Hill's her;;. And Lee Tre- ino. For' this particular golf ournament, no one else really nailers. The stormy, outspoken Hill nri the flamboyant Trcvino are iie only two entries necessary o assure the success of the 175.000 Danny Thomas-Mem- ihis Classic. It's a unique situation on (he ro golf tour. And it's a happy hing for Memphis. This event uddenly found itself sand- viehcd in between two "desig latcd tournaments." tournaments in which the game's eading players must compote. They aren't required fo p f a j here. And most of them aren't. They've got Hill and Trevino. between them, they've swept he last five Memphis titles and lave won six of ttie last seven The tournament lias prospercc nd improved each of those years. Last season, when Hill scorec his fourth Memphis victory and Ohio Derby C L E V E L A N D ( A P ) -- The nomination list lor Ihe ttiird r u n n i n g of the $100.000 Ohio Derby at Thistledown has 11 names on it, including Ken lucky Derby winner Canno nade. The list tops last year's 8' and also includes the Preakne winner. Little Current. The race is set for J u n e 16th and 1 the entries will be selectee June 14. Firsl money will be approximately 563,000. Cannonade is the leading motley winner on the list, hav ing collected $481.77(1 in tw years of racing. Eleven Ihor oughbreds on the list havi earned $100.000 or more. evino was only one shot bend, the event set its all-time ·corrt with allenclance of 116,fl for the week, comparing fa- rably wilh any slop on Ihe ur. HILL SEEKS FIFTH And they're ready to go ain. Trevino. the Memphis wininer 1971-72 had a strong fifth- id the 7,193-yard, par-72 Coloal National at Fort Worth, ex. Hill has a p a r t i c u l a r liking r t h i s town, this tournament id She 7,193-yard, par-72 Colo al Country Club course that ill he Ihe silc of Ihe 72-hole event beginning Thursday. H« won the tournament li 19*7, 'W and '70 at th« old Coloni*! course, then won it th« new one la si year. That's my town and thos* are my people." he said. They'll be challenged by th« always - dangerous Masters champion, Gary Pl*yer rf South Africa. Other standouts Include 1974 title-winners Hubert Green, L e o n a r d Thompson. Jerry Heard. Lee Elder. Allen Miller--who tied with Trevino for year ago--and who scored a second here a little Rod Curl, surprise triumph in Port Worth. INTEGRITY Of Public Officials is necessary to maintain confidence in our government from top to bottom. ELECT DICK HOYT SHERIFF WASHINGTON COUNTY Pol. Ad Pd by Hoyt for Sheriff Comm. Opal Hammond Chairman ' CHICAGO (AP) -- Dick But- .is. the Chicago Bears' su- rcme linebacker for eight 'ears, is hinting he might re- ire. Plagued by arthritic knees, Hulkus inferred in New York ilonday night that he might not jlay again. Butkns received the George lalas Award for "The Most Jmiragcous Player in the Na- ional Football League" at the J ro Football Writers of Ainer- ca dinner. "I'm sorry it had lo end Ihis way." said Bulkus. Ife did not lotally claim he is retiring from Ihe game. ·Butkus and Halas, Chicago Bears owner, have been ir contract squabble in recent weeks. Halas claims Bulkus must live up to his contract for some $105.000 a year. Halas also insists Butkus should he affiliated with Ihe learn. B u l k u s insists the contract means only that he must play football. Th« TIMES it On Top of The' N*w* S«v«n Day* a W*«k Goodncti belted whltewall sale BOURBON Fancy words don't make it with you. Neither do fancy promises. Your bourbon must simply be the best tasting. The smoothest. That's why your bourbon will always be I.W. Harper. Save on the tire that's been selected for so many of this year's new cars. 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