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Professional Baseball By The Associated Press American League East W I Pet. GB Boston 27 23 ,540 -Milwaukee 24 22 .522 I Baltimore 24 25 .490 2',4 Cleveland 2425 .490 2V4 New York 25 27 .481 3 Detroit 23 25 .479 3 West Oakland 29 21 .580 -. Kansas City 25 25 .500 4 Texas 25 25 .500 4 Chicago 22 23 .489 4V4 California 24 27 .471 4 Minnesota 21 25 .457 6 Monday's Results Baltimore' 4. Kansas City 3 Minnesota 5, Boston 4, 12 innings Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Oakland (Hollzman 56 and Hamilton 4-0) at Detroit (LaGrow 3-4 and Lolich 5-6), 2 Kansas City {Fitzmorris 4-2) at Baltimore (Grimsley 5-5), N Texas (J. Brown 2-2) at Cleveland (Peterson 3-3), N California (Singer 7-3) at Milwaukee (Kobel 33), N Boston (Lee 6-5) at Minnesota (Decker 6 4 ) , N New York (Dobson 3-7) at Chicago (Wood 8-6), N Wednesday's Games Kansas City at Baltimore, N Texas at Cleveland, N Oakland at Detroit, N California at Milwaukee. N Boston at Minnesota, N New York at. Chicago, N Siderowf Advances MUIRF1ELD, Scotland (AP) | Dick Sideiowf and Frank .rafaci did just what the Fans xpected in the British Ama- tur Golf championship. S i d e r o w f . the defending lampion from W e s t p o r t , onn., shrugged off the wind nd cold to reach today's sec- nd round with ruthless ease. Little Strafaci, white haired nd smiling, lost as usual in the rst round. The 58-year-old vet- ran from Miami promised to ome back next year and prob- bly lose again--for the 24th Wlrcpheto. SPECTACULAR OUT .. .Atlanta Braves third baseman DarreU Evans makes a dining tag to put out Philadelphia Phillies runner WiUie Montanez out at third base after Montanez tried for a triple in the fourth inning of a game in Philadelphia Monday night. Umpire Terry Tata makes the decision National League East W L Pet. GB Philaphia 28 23 .549 -St. Louis 26 22 .542 % Montreal 21 21 .500 2% Chicago 19 26 .422 6 New York 21 29 .420 6V4 Pittsburgh IB 28 .391 714 West Los Angeles 37 15 .712 -Cincinnati 29 20 .592 6K Atlanta 27 24 .529 9V4 Houston 27 25 .519 10 San Fran 27 27 .500 11 San Diego 18 38 .321 21 Monday's Games Philadelphia 5, Atlanta 2 Cincinnati 5, New York 2 Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Atlanta (Harrison 3-6) at Philadelphia {Schueler 3-5), N Cincinnati (Gullett 5-3) at New York (Koosman 5-3). N Montreal (McAnally 3-4 or Renko 3-5) at Houston (Griffin 6-1', N Pittsburgh (Reuss 4-3) at Los Angeles (John 8-1), N Chicago (Bonham 4-8) at San Diego (Grief 2-8), N SL Louis (Gibson 35) at San Francisco (Bradley 5-4). N Wednesday's Games St. Louis at San Francisco Atlanta at Philadelphia, N Montreal at Houston, N Pittsburgh at Los Angeles, N Chicago at San Diego, N Only games scheduled Philly Tops Atlanta Rose, Reds Clip Mets By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS While public enemy Pete Rose was under heavy surveillance in New York Monday night, Larry Bowa had Carl Morton all staked out in Philadelphia. Rose returned to the scene of the crime--i.e., his playoff scrap with New York's Bud Karrelson last season--for the first time and was serenaded with a chorus ol boos during the Cincinnati Reds' 5-2 triumph over the Mels. Meanwhile in the only other National League game, Bowa learned something while watching Atlanta pitcher Morton and turned his knowledge into a' stolen base that set up the tie- breaking run in the Philadelphia Phillies' 5-2 victory over the Braves. In the only American League games, the Minnesota Twinsiout single. Having run a make I Larry Hisle singled home thi League Leaders Clarke Honored PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Team captain Bobby Clarke of the National Hockey League champion Philadelphia Flyers was honored Monday as the 1974 recipient of the Wanama kcr Award. Mayor Frank Rizzo and other dignitaries were present for the ceremonies honoring the athlete who during the past year re fleeted the greatest credit upon Philadelphia. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League BATTING (125 at bats)-Carew. Min, .404; R.Jackson, Oak, .399. RUNS--Campaneris, Oak, 36; Y a s t r z e m s k i , Bsn, 34; R.Jackson, Oak, 34. RUNS BATTED IN--Burroughs, Tex, 53; R.Jackson, Oak, 42. HITS-Carew, Min, 76; Burroughs. Tex, 67. R.Jackson, Oak, DOUBLES--Rudi. Oak, 17; Burroughs. Tex, 14. TRIPLES--Campaneris, Oak. 5; Belanger, Bal, 4; D.Evans, Bsn, 4; R.Whitc, NY, 4; Rivers, Cal, 4; Otis, KC, 4; Wohlford, KC, 4. H O M E RUNS--R.Jackson, Oak. 15; W.Horton._ Bet. 12; Briggs. Mil, Tex, 12. S T O L E N idged the Boston Red Sox 5-4 in 2 innings and the Baltimore Orioles nipped the Kansas City Royals 43. The Mets had extra security ^uards on hand at Shea Stadium and they didn't sell any seats in the left field stands, so left fielder Rose had a quiet evening except for the boos and first-inning, first-pitch single off Jon Matlack. "Oh, 1 heard a few remarks." Rose said. "You know, the stuff like, 'Ya bum. ya.' But I hear the same stutl around the rest of the league. "Those were good fans out there tonight. I didn't hear one bad thing out there and not a single thing was thrown. They were noisy, but that's their privilege." Center fielder Foster doubled and singled, driving in one run on Morton's modus operand!, Bowa then stole third--his 16th consecutive theft and 17th in 18 attempts this season--and beat Morton's desperate throw to the plate on Unser's bunt. TWINS 5, RED SOX 4 , and scoring another, and made a run-saving throw from center field to support Clay Kirby's seven-hit pitching. PHILLIES 5, BRAVES t Del Unser squeezed Bowa home from third base with the tiebreaking run in the eighth innng and Willie Montanez followed with a two-run double. Meanwhile, Steve Carllon held Collier's, Mcllroy Earn Loop Wins Collier's and Mcllroy Bank oth picked up victories ' as 3abe Ruth diamond action cori- inued at tlie Industrial Park field. Collier's knocked oft UCT 8-7 as Eddie Osborn picked up the win and Paul Ewing absorbed the defeat. Daron Johnson and Gary Bowen both doubled for the winners while Jim Herrington, the Braves to struck out 11. six hits arid . Bowa opened the eighth with a single off Morton and went to second on Greg Luzinski's one- ROME (AP) -- Winning titles at the Rome tennis open turned out to be child's play. Or at east the work of teen-agers. women's crown for major; international 12; Burroughs, BASES--North, Oak, 23; Patek, KC, 17. PITCHING (5 Decisions)-- G.Perry, Cle, 9-1. .9flO, 1.46 Fingers. Oak, 5-1. .833, 3.00. STRIKEOUTS-N.Ryan, 110; Blyleven, Min, 77. National league Cal, BATTING (125 at bats)-Garr, All, .386; .381. R.Smith, StL, Evert, Borg Collect Cornerstone Titles In Rome Tennis Event Borg beat the lop seeded Nas- ase. considered one of the besl Mayers in the world, in straight Chris Evert, 19, won the nal. els 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 in Monday's fiber first triumph It took Borg just an hour anc half to upset the Romanian, winning run with the base oaded in the 12th inning am Bill Hands contributed Drilliant relief stint to notch hi 100th major league victory. ORIOLES 4, ROYALS 3 Grant Jackson, Baltimore' third pitcher of the seventh in ning, choked off a Kansas Cit rally and preserved Baltimore' victory, Doyle Alexander, mak ing only his third start, enterec the inning with a 4-1 lead bu was replaced by Bob Reynold with two on and two out. 5'/4% Lawson, Osburn Gip Gibson nd Bowen all Mike Green, and Bjorn Borg, 17-year-old who won here in 1970 and last Swedish star, breezed past Hie year. Mastase to take the men's title. Raul Ramirez of Mexico and Borg was the youngest player Brian Gottfried of Fort Lauder- ever to win a major tourna- dale won the men's doubles de- ment, feating Nastase and Juan Gis- Miss Evert, from Fort Lau- bert of Spain 6-3, 6-2. 6-3. have The tournament was marred Terry Eddie had singles. Jimmy Cate, Doug Tyson and David Peterson all hand singles for UCT. In the late contest Mcllroy Bank clipped First Federal 6-2. Max Thomas was the winning hurler while Terry Fraley was charged with the defeat. Jimmy Luper collected a double , for Mcllroy while teammates Todd Darter and Charles Ferguson singled. Fraley doubled and West Lamb, Billy Ammons and Ricky Baird singled for First Federal. Unanimous Decision TORONTO (AP) -- Tony Licata of New Orleans, the fifth- r a n k e d middleweight contender, won a unanimous 10- round decision over Willie Warren of Corpus Christi, Tex., in the the feature bout of a 10- eyent boxing card Monday night. The victory boosted Licata s undefeated record to 40-0-3. 7'/2% We have · savings program and Interest rate .to meet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. Eut Avemw Northwest Arkansas TWOS, Tu*s., Jun* 4, 1774 · FAVITTBVILLK, ABMAHSAS n Gusty British Open straight time. "I have always been beaten right away," the cheery American said after going down to England's P e t e r Holt over Muirfield's 6,862-yard, par 71 links. Known by players and caddies alike as "firstround" Stra- faci, he revealed he had not felt too confident before the start this time. Topseeded Siderowf coolly went on with his bid to become only the second American to win this coveted prize tWA years in a row. TERMITES ? CAU ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roochej, Ant*. Sp'den etc. COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL . 442-7298 MAKE IT WITH Muddle '/2 cube sugar in glass with dash bitters and splash club soda. Add ice and one jigger l.W. Harper Bourbon. Add Vi orange slice and cherry* . Now, enjoy the smoothest, best tasting Old-Fashioned ever built. HARP . W. HARPER. From Kentucky Distillery No. 1 86 Piwf K I Muck? Straight Bouiho » Whiiksy · © 19 M t.W. H * pw DiHillinj Co,. UuiwiUe. Kj. If you cut out often-cut out and keep this new expanded flight schedule. New nonstop to StLouis - new flights to Kansas City, Dallas/FtA RUNS--Bonds, SF, 47; Wynn, LA. 42. RUNS BATTED IN--Garvey, LA 46; R.Smith. StL, 44; Wynn, LA. 44. HITS--Garr, All, 85; Maddox, SF, 73. DOUBLES--Maddox, SF, 16; Rose, Cin, 15; Garvey, LA, 15. TRIPLES--Garr, All, 7; A.Oliver, Pgh, 6. HOME RUNS-Wynn, LA. 15; Schmidt. Phi, 11; Cedeno, Htn. 11; Garvey, LA. 11. STOLEN BASES-Brock. StL, 32; Cedeno. Htn, 26. PITCHING (5 Decisions)-John, LA, 81. .889, 2.88 Griffin, Htn, 6 I, .857, 2.88. STRIKEOUTS -- Seaver, NY, 90; Carleton, Phi, 80. Bengals Appeal Court Ruling CINCINNATI (AP) -- A hearing on the Cincinnati Bengals' appeal of a court ruling in its dispute with the World Football League has been moved up to June 17. A three-judge 6lh U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel will hear oral arguments in the National Football League's appeal. The Bengals appealed to the circuit court after District Court Judge David S. Porter last month denied the Bengals ·n injunction against the WFL. The Bengals sued when Cincinnati linebacker Bill Bergcy signed a future contract with tba new pro leagu*. both won bigger prize money than in Rome-- $16,000 for Borg and $5,000 for Miss Evert-- hut their performances here were cornerstones in their careers. Miss Evert heat another teenage slar. Martina Navratilova of Czechoslovakia, 6-3, 6-3 in the women's final. Miss Evert was a finalist in Wimbledon, Paris and Rome last year and a semifinalist for t h r e e years running at Forest Hills. She was a finalist in the Australian Open this year. Miss Evert teamed with Olga Morozova of the Soviet Union to win the women's doubles title as Helga Masthoff and Heide Orth of West Germany defaulted because of injury. ly two controversies. Jimmy Connors of Bellcvile, II., who shares the No. 1 rank- ng in the United States, was banned from the tournament Decause he had played for World Team Tennis in the United States. The disoule over relations with the WTT has led to a feud within the International Lawn Tennis Federation. Manv European countries have banned WTT players. Wimbledon champion Jan Kodes of Czechoslovakia was thrown out of the tournament for pushing several officials during a second-round match against Tonino Zugarelli of Italy. Who are the hard of hearing? ; Are you one of them? T« may be H: ¥«· frequently ask yMr friends to repeat a part «f tie conversation. hne tie trnd e» i speakers talk of the minister's Yo« find tekpboM cmrersatio* Increasingly dHFieatt. ABT me-at **j age cm aave a hearing loss. Why art TBtt a Beltane Hearing Aid Service Crater Bear y«a tor a free left aad desMBstratie* af BelUae latest BMdel. Fresk batteries tad service M aswt all Bakes * Bearing aM. SM Mr. K. O. Woodbrklg* Tbor*., Jun* 6th 10 ajn. · T2 Noon TownhouM Mefol Far^trrrilto. Ark. BELTONE HEARING AD SERVICE IU W. Wai-art SPEED READING SKILLS Fayettcville's Program for Accelerated Reading Is Curenrly Enrolling Students for Its N*xt Fiv*-W*»k Court* Beginning Jun* 17 Price $32.50 :redrted by Arlcon- ||MS Deft, of Educp- Call 521-7597 or 521-4487 Lv. FayetteviUe 10:16 a.m. 2:48 p.m. 5:25 p.m.* Ar. SL Louis 12:05 p.m. 4:40 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Lv. SL Louis 10:00 a.m. 5:33 p.m.* 7:00 p.m. Ar. FayattevMI* 11:59ajn. 6:45 pjn. 8:56 p.m. LT. Fayettevllle 6:34 a.m. 9~23 p.m. Ar. Kansas City 7:55 a.m. 10:40 p.m. Lv. Kansas City 6:40 a.m. 3:20 p.m. 6:45 p.m. Ar. Fayettevilte 7:56 a-m, 4:39 p.m. 8:06 p.m. Lv. Fayettevllle 8:09 a.m. 12:13 p.m. 4:49 p.m. 9:08 p.m. 'nonstop Ar. Dallas/Ft. Worth 10:00 a.m. 1:47 p.m. 6:20 p.m. 10:42 p.m. Lv. Dallas/FL Worth Ar. Fayettevffie 8:34 a.m. 10:05 a.m. 12:40 p.m. 2:36 pjn. 3:43 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 732 p.m.* 8:28 pjn. For reservations, call your Professional Travel Agent, or Frontier. 442-7306. H yrxr'rt) an engineer, a business traveler with meetings to make, or a sales rep covering the territory now Frontier gives you four new flights to help you plan your trips. Examples: new nonstop service to St Louis and return. Two new flights daily to Kansas City. An additional flight to Dallas/Ft Worth, rf improvements in our schedule bring about improvements in yours, we're both happy.

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