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Professional Baseball nuiiiiiua By The Associated Press American League East W L Pet. GB Boston 27 23 .540 Milwaukee 24 22 .522 1 Baltimore 24 25 .490 2'/i Cleveland 24 25 .490 2'/a New York 25 27 .481 3 Detroit 23 25 .472 3 West Oakland 29 21 .580 -Kansas City 25 25 .500 4 Texas 26 25 .510 3'/z Chicago 22 23 .489 4/4 California 24 27 .471 5V4 Minnesota 21 25 .457 6 Tuesday's Results Oakland 4-1. Detroit 0-4 Kansas City 8. Baltimore 0 Texas 9. Cleveland 0. forfeit Milwaukee 4. California 3 Boston 4. Minnesota 3, 11 innings Chicago 9. New York 2 Wednesday's Games Texas (Bibby 7-6) at Cleve land (Johnson 2-2), N Kansas City (Dal Canton 3-3) at Baltimore (McN'ally 4-4). N Oakland (Blue 4-5) at Detroit (Coleman 6-5), N California (Ryan 7-5) at Mil waukec (Slaton 6-6), N Boston (Tiant 6 5) at Min nesota (Goltz 3-0). N New York (Tidrow 4-5) al Chicago (Pillock 2-0). N NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pel. GB Philaphia 28 24 .538 -St. Louis 26 23 .531 Montreal 22 21 .512 Hi Chicago 22 22 .500 2 ·New York 21 30 .412 6W Pittsburgh 18 29 .383 Tf. West Los Angeles 38 15 .717 -Cincinnati 30 20 .600 6V Atlanta 28 24 .538 9V Houston 27 26 .509 11 San Fran 28 27 .509 11 San Diego 10 31) .333 21 Tuesday's Results Atlanta 7. Philadelphia 3 Cincinnati 0, New York 3. H innings Montreal 5, Houston 0 Los Angeles 5. Pittsburgh 0 San Diego 6. Chicago 5 San Francisco 5, SI. Louis 3 Wednesday's Gnmes St. Louis (McGlotlicn 7-2) a San Francisco (Caldvvcll 7-3) A t l a n t a (Nickro 6-3) at Phila delphia (Lonborg 5-5), N Montreal (Torrez 4-4) a Houston (Osteen 5-4). N Chicago (Hooton 2-5) at Sai Diego (Palmer 0-0). N Pittsburgh (Hooker 2-4) a Los Angeles (Ran 5-1). N Only games scheduled CLEVELAND (AP) -- "It's ne closesl I've ever seen any- ody come to getting killed in my more than 25 years in base- all," Texas Ranger Manager Illy Martin said. Tlie Cleveland Indians and ic Rangers tried to play base- all Tuesday night, but the fans League Leaders By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (125 at bats) -Garr. All. .382; R.Smith, SIT .378. RUNS-- Bonds, SF, 47; Wynn LA. 43. RUNS BATTED IN-- Garypy LA. 46; R.Smith, StL. 45 Wynn, LA, 45. HITS-- Can-, All, 86; Maddox SF. 73. DOUBLES-- Maddox, SF, 18 Rose, Cin, 15; Garvcy, LA. 15. TRIPLES- Garr. All, A.Olivcr, Pgh. 6. HOME RUNS-- Wynn. LA. 15 Schmidt. Phi. 11; R. Smith. SIT I I ; Ccdeno, Iltn. 11; Carve- LA, I I . STOLEN BASES-Brock Stf 32; Cedcno, Htn, 26. PITCHING (5 Decisions)-John. LA. 9-1. .900. 2.60 Hough LA. 5-1. .833. 1.48. STRIKEOUTS -- Scaver NY 90; Carllnn. Phi, 80. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (125 at bats)-Carew. Min, . 4 0 4 ; R.Jackson Oak, .390. RUNS-- Campaneris, Oak 36 R.Jackson, Oak, 35. RUNS BATTED IN-- Bll roughs. Tex, 53; R.Jackson Oak, 42. HITS-- Carew. Min, 76; Bi roughs. Tex. 67. DOUBLES-- Rudi. Oak. 17 Burroughs Tex, 14 TRIPLES -- Belangcr Ba 4; D. Evans. Bsn. 4: R. White NY, 4: Rivers. Cal. 46 Otis, KC 4; Wohlford, KC, 4. H 0 M E RUNS-R.Jackso Oak. 15; W.Horlon, Uet. 12 Briggs, Mil, 12; Mayberry. K 12; Burroughs, Tex. 12. Oak, 23; Patek, KC, 19. PITCHING (5 Decisions) G.Perry, Cle. 9-1. .900. 1.46 Fi gcrs. Oak. 5-1. .833. 3.00. STRIKEOUTS-N.Ryan, Ca 110; Singer, Cal. 77; Blylcve Min, 77. Women Golfers Go After Prize MEDINA. Ohio (AP) - St. enty lA Ihe best v-:-ncn profo sional golfers, iclu1:-.p JoAi Prentice, winner nf tho n-ci Dinah Sho- · Colfiale louri incnt. will compute for V.W.( in prize money in the Lawsoi LPGA Tojt-;diiem June 15 ;r Carol Mann, who .ws w iJOO.OflO in 13 yes,-s on ;he tot and Cynthia Sullivan Apzolu LOGA prssij'iit for the pa four yer.-j also w.li he iimon Ihe starters al Ccymduth Va Icy Count,'v Ciiib. Technical Director FAR HILLS. N.J. (AP) Frank W. Thomas of Wyn moor. Pa., will become I technical director, a new po lion, with the U.S. Golf Tsso ation in mid-June, the USG announced Tuesday. He w conduct all USGA programs i latins to the control of g ·quipment and to maintain I ston with golf equipment man facturcrs. For U.S. Open, In A Playoff jr THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Former PGA champion Jerry arber qualified Tuesday for e U.S. Open Golf champion iip and he had to beat his as slant to do it. The 58 year old Barber won e last spot in the San Fran sco sectional qualifying as the lal 53 spots in the Open were led at seven sites across the ation. Barber was one at seven pros ho qualified at the par-71, 6.7-yard San Francisco Golf lub. He defeated Charles Mon- albano, his assistant at Los ngeles' Griffith Park Golf lub. Brock Comes Home St. Lmiis Cardinal Lou Brock s congratulated as he touches the plate after a sixth-inning home run which scored teammate Mike Tyson. Shaking hands with Brock Is Ted Sizemore who followed h i m to hat. San Francisco G i a n t catcher Dave Rader stands at left. The Giants downed the Cards 5-3. (AP Wirephoto) Ken Aspromonte Says Cleveland May Have Lost Itself A Ball Club ran on the field, threw beer bottles, firecrackers, chairs, wielded knives and started an uncontrollable melee in the ninth inning. The Indians forfeited the game to the Rangers. The sec- series is scheduled for tonight. It was 10-cent beer night at Top Names Absent From French. Open PARIS (AP) -- Some of tens' top names were missing hen the French Open got un- crway today because of a rift etwecn traditionalists and the ew World Team Tennis league perating in the United Slates nd Canada. Three of those banned from he 5200.000 French Ouen be- ausc of their involvement in VTT were John Newcombe and Jvonne Goolagong of Australia ,nd Jimmy Connors of Bellc- ille, 111. Newcombe was the winner of :ie World Championship Tennis nal in Dallas last month and Connors is co-ranked No. 1 in he United Stales wilh Slan imith, who will be competing .ere. Connors and Miss Goola- ;ong won the Australian Open his year and their hopes for a Australian. French and U.S. ·car were destroyed with their isqualifications from this lour- lamcnl. The French Tennis Feder- alion is leading a European ight against WTT because of checlule conflicts, and con- cquently, WTT players will IK maimed from most European :hampionships. Connors and Vliss Goolagong tried earlier vittioul success to get a court njunction that would have illowed Ihem to compete in the Drench Open. D e s p i t e its troubles wilh VTT, the French tournament. considered the world clay courts championship, has 186 entrants fighting for 16 places in the final draw of 128 in the men's singles. Romania's Hie Nastase. who lost to Sweden's Bjorh Borg in the final of the Italian Open Monday, is seeded No. 1 in the French Open along with Jan Kodes of Czechoslovakia who was kicked out of the Italian Open after he shoved a line sman in a dispute over a line call. Nastase already has advanced to the second round through default. His Swedish opponent, Ove Bcngalon, with drew because of a sore throat. Arthur Ashe of Miami anr Borg were conceded No. 3 behind the top two. Borg. 17, will miss the firsi day of play today at Roland Garros Stadium. He flew home to Stockholm to have an aching toolh treated and will play his first-round match Thursday. Twelve Americans are en tered in Ihe tournament. Smith Tom Gorman of Seallle; Ashe: Bob Lulz of San Clemcnte. Ca iif.; Marty Riessen of Ameli; Island, Fla.; Roscoe Tanner o Lookout Mountain. Tcnn.; Eric van Dillen of Aptos. Calif. Sieve Faulk of Covinglon. La. Steve Krulevitz of Ballimore who plays Jeff Borowiak o! Berkeley. Calif.: Bob Kreiss o Bel Air, Calif., and Harold Solo mon of Silver Springs. Md. Alert Giants Keep Gibson From Passing Juan Marichal SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- A n n n y thing happened at Can- llcslick Park. Those heretofore 'umbling San Francisco Giants 'innlly played alert baseball. The result was i\ 5-3 victory over Boh Gibson and Ihe St. :.oui.s Cardinals Tuesday night in a game which found the Gi- anls. for a change, capitalizing on a mistake, to score an unearned r u n . Gary Matthews' two-run 'lomcr in the fifth was the bi|t ilow and Ed Goorison provulod ome insurance wilh a solo lomer in the eighth. But Manager Charlie Fox dwelled on hat unearned run in the fourth. Gary Thomasson replacing ailing Garry Maridox in center Field, walked with one out in ihe fourth and Dave Hader lofted a fly to short-ccntnr. Thonv asson. r u n n i n g full speed, scored from first when Lou Brock dropped the ball for an error. "That play was the key." said Fox. mindful that base r u n n i n g blunders have been costing the Giants dearly. "Thomasson ran his tail off. that's why he scored instead only gelling to third. "The guys realized there's no substitute for hustle," Fox added. "U was good to see us go through a game without an error. mental or physical. We've just got to slay alert." The loss prevented Gibson. 36. from becoming the majors' winningest active pitcher. He remained in a 240-240 tie with ex-Giant Juan Marichal. now with the Boston Red Sox. "Gibson is as tough as ever or me," said Matthews, who struck out his first hvo limes 'Anytime n Gibson or a Seave strikes you out vou can't cry The next time it was a bad pilch, t hit a hifih curve." Tom Bradley 6-4 yielded .wo-run homer to Brock with one out in the sixth and Reggii Smith blasted his IHh home: with two away trimming the Giants" lead to 4-3. Elias Sosa rescued Bradlc; 'rom a two on situation in lh seventh and finished the game lo earn his first save. Silver Anniversary DARLINGTON, S.C. (AP) -The Southern 500. the grand daddy of slock car races, wi observe its silver anniversary on Labor Day, Sept. 2, b awarding the winner a guaran teed J25.000. the second larges payoff on the Grand Nationa schedule Ihis year. Darlinglon Raceway Presi dent Barney Wallace an nounccd Tuesday a rccor purse in excess of $150.000 fo the 40 car field. TERMITES' CAU A D M I R A L PEST CONTROL micipal Stadium. Some 25,134 turned out on a warm kefront night. Early in the game young fan arted running on the field ii tween innings and wer eered by the crowd. Occa onaliy a firecracker went ofl thesixth inning a streake as applauded. The number of persons run ig on the field increased eact ning. and the Indians kep rrowing the Rangers 5-1 lead In the sixth inning Martin re- oved his bullpen crew from e right field area because o ssiles being thrown. Firecrackers were thrown the Rangers' dugout. \\\ the ninth inning the In ans tied the score at 5-5 am d bases loaded, when fa ain poured out of the righ eld stands and started haras Ranger outfielder eff Bur ughs. The Rangers came off th ·nch brandishing baseba its and headed for right field d by Martin. The Indian ime out of the dugout to hel eir baseball opponents. "You have to realize that th nly thing I had to defend my If with was my fists," Bur aighs said. "I was happy el some help. And I thank th irtians for coming out to hel e." There were player-fan ski: lishes all over the field. Chief umpire Nester Chylak t on the head with a cha r id his cut on his hand, salt We were so scared out (her a had Tnade plans for our e ape. It was 500-to-one odd nd we could have gotten killec ut there very easily." F 3ded: "I saw weapons 01 icre, and I'm sure the on] her place you would ould be in a zoo." Chylak said he waited unt I the ballplayers were off th eld before calling it a forfe i) none of them would be jeop rdized. The forfeit gave th angers a 9-0 victory, but a ie records count. Police said five persons wer rrested. Hospitals reported seven fan ere treated for minor injurie No ballplayers were injure Jriously. Indians' pitcher Ton ilgendorf was hit on the hea ith a chair, but Indian traine aul Warfield said it did m spear .serious. The last forfeited majo ague game was the final da : the 1971 season in Washing m, D.C., when the Senator ere to move to Texas. Martin called Tribe Manage en Aspromonlc five minute ftcr he returned to the rires ng room to thank Aspromon 01 (he help Ihe Indians gav he Rangers. Aspromonle said the entir earn was disgusted with Ih rowd, and he speculated tha he club's attitude might suffe ecause of it. "Cleveland may have lost allclub tonight.' 1 Aspromon aid. Writer Hospitalized MINNEAPOLIS AP) - Ve ran sports reporter Halse all, 76, was hospitalized Tue ay at a Minneapolis hospi fter he complained of feeli xiorly for several days. Hall, who covered baseba r Minneapolis newspaper ears, spent 12 seasons ; roadcast personality with Minnesota Twins' baseball ·ork. y/4% y/4% 6Vi% I We ban · urtags pncr» |«kl hrtemt rate toiMct Foyettevitl* Savings Ii Loan .EMtft North*** Arfcamm TIMES, W«I.. Jim* 5, 1974 rAvrrriviLLC. · IS Jerry Barber Qualifies Barber had a par five on the first playoff hole. Montalbano took a six when he three putted. Tom Storey, a firmer singci and dancer who now serves as head pro at Las Vegas' Fair way to the Stars Golf Club, shot a 36 hole total of 141 to lead the qualifying al San' Francisco. The U.S. Open will be played June 13 16 at Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck. N.Y. Twenty players in the 150-man field, including defending Open champion Johnny Miller, were exempt from qualifying. DeWitt Weaver, 34,. a lour veteran whose biggest victory was in the 1971 U.S. Match Play championship, coasted to a seven under par 137 to pac qualifiers at Atlanta. He fired rounds of 68 and 69. Denny Lyons turned !n a sec ond-round 70 and was the only golfer to break par as he led six qualifiers at Pittsburgh. Lyons, who finished 20th in last year's Open, fired a 143 Course. Also qualifying at Pittsburgh was 51-year old former U.S. Amateur Champion William Campbell of Huntington, W.Va. Andy Nusbaum. a former tour regular who now is club pro at Siwanow in Bronxville. N.Y., shot a three usder-par 140 to pace sectional qualifying at Deal, N.J. Kansas City pro Bob Stone, 43. shot a oneover par 14S to lead the sectional Qualifying at St. Louis. TRI-LAXES ANTENNA Soles and Service etltr * Btek * wmu ··otters · T«w«rft Trtr EdlinitM 7S1-7S27 Manager Richard K. Brigger invites you to an OPEN HOUSE FRIDAY, JUNE? SWIR DAIRY AND POULTRY COMPANY'S NEW PROCESSING FACILITY HUNTSVILLE, ARKANSAS 10:30 a.m.-Noon Refreshments will be served One mile north on College Avenue SELF ADHERING PRESS EXCELON TILE fence You can do-rt-yountlf Let ui help you pfin your rob. and show you how 100 feet or Fence. Complete with HIM posts, top r*ir. neceiury fit- linn. 1 End Posli. included.) Bring Your Measurements For Free Estimate 12 Room Only $34.80 GERBER PICNIC TABLE 6 FOOT LONG METAL FRAME FOLDS UP FOR EASY STORAGE Includes All Hardware and Lumber Knocked-Down Unfinished 26 95 m IH-MIYIS Great For Weekend Projects Sand Gravel Or Mortar OWENS/CORNING FIBERGLAS" INSULATION A properly insulated home is a more comfortable home. 3'/j" Jhick x 15" wide wilh FOIL VAPOR BARRIER $ 4.87 Per Roll WORK SHOP LIGHT 48" Fixtur* L**s Bulbs Compl«t« with Cord t Chain M 0.95 Minn "«** nm fl ** i *·*· « *· r.M. ·*UM C.»-.J -- · 1 M TJ K.MI · H

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