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Nerthvm) Arkansas TIMES, Thun., Jon* 6, 1974 r«VtTTtVLl.», ARKANSAS Cards Bypass Giants 4-1 Brock Steals Frisco Blind SAN FRANCISCO ( A P ) - "·1 Brock, al age 34. has sto- 34 bases so far in the young .jBr,pbnll season. ·-»-"l guess I'm getting faster." 'Ke St. Louis Cardinals' out- '·llder said with a grin Wednes. By after stealing two bases tVfid rapping three hits in a 4-i , Stictory over the San Francisco StSomiy Siebert, picked up tteap from Texas of the Amer- Spn League in the off-season. made his record 6-3 and allowed only an unearned run, *phich broke his string of score' Jess innings at 29. "He knows how to pitch," i aid Cards' Manager Red ^choendienst. who added, "He '.{should. He's been out to the ;~4nound enough times." - .Siebert moved over to the ', National League at age 37 after Costing a 7-12 record with ^T'exas and Boston last season, r is tOth in the American eague. "I'm basically the same pitcher, with the exception that when 1 was younger. I used to throw as hard as 1 could as long as 1 could. I'm not pacing myself now. just throwing more breaking pitches." Siebert said in explaining his success in the new league. Ed Goodson and Steve Onli- veros singled off Siebert in the sixth inning. The right-hander was deprived of a possible third straight shutout when Reggie Smith's throw from right field got through third baseman Ken Reiz. allowing Goodson to score. Brock scored the first two Cardinal runs, sent home by Smith on a sacrifice fly In the third and a double in the fifth. Smith took over the league RBI lead with 47. "This is the best I've seen him," Schoendienst said of the fleet Brock. "He's never run this much before this early in the season. His timing is great--on Itic bases, hitting, doing everything." Brock, who raised his baiting average to .330 Wednesday, singled off loser Ron Bryant. 2-5, and stole second en route to both of his runs. He has been caught stealing only twice this year. The Cardinals have 112 games remaining, including today's f i n a l game of their series here, and Brock is a definite threat to Maury Wills' major league record of 104 stolen bases in a season. "I'm just going out and doing my thing, and if it brings me close to Wills' record, that's fine. It if doesn't, that's fine, loo," Brock said after running his career stolen base total to 669. Second baseman Tom Heintzelman, at 27 one of the younger St. Louis players, also had three hits Wednesday. But (lie day belonged mostly to the oldsters. U A BIG DAY FOR BROCK "~ .. .Lou Brock (20) oj the St. Louis Cardinals, safely slides into second as the bail hits him ZZ in the back jar a stolen base. Brock stole two during the course cj the game as St. Louis "~ dropped San Francisco 4-1. Shortstop Bruce Miller looks in his glove /or the missing ball Siebert was lifted after load- ng Ihe bases with two cuts in the bottom of he ninh. Reliever Orlando Pena, 3-8, endcl the game with one pitch, getting Gary Matthews on a pop fly. Porkers Sign 6-8 Sou Is berry New University of Arkansas basketball coach Eddie Button announced today that Daryll Saulsberry of Albuquerque, N.M.. has signed w i t h the Razorbacks. One of Button's stated goals in recruiting was to sign a post man. He has been talking to the 6-8 Saulsberry for the past several weeks, after landing four players earlier: 6-5 Charles Terry. 6-4 Marvin Delph. 6-8 Jim Counce and 6-8 Tom Maxwell. Saujsberry attended the University of New Mexico as a freshman and Yavapai College in Prescott. Ariz., last year. Yavapai finished with a 25-4 r e c o r d . Saulsberry placed fourth in the nation with a .668 field goal percentage on 161 of 241. He averaged 23 points and nine rebounds per game. Under new NCAA guidelines, a school may not sign more than 18 players in a four-year kansas. however, Sutton hoped to sign six players. He s t i l l hopes the sisth will be Ronald Brewer of Fort Smith Northside. Gomes Renewed CHENEY, Wash. (AP) -- The 18th renewal of the National Wheelchair Games will take place June 14-16 at Eastern Washington State College, Benjamin H. Lipton, chairman of the games, said today. About 310 athletes who qualified at 13 regional meets around the country were expected to compete. This will be the first time that the games have been held outside New York City. Lipton said about 30 of the top performers would be selected for the U.S. team to participate in the Stoke Mandeville Games--the Olympics of the handicapped--at Stoke vile, Engand, Juy 21-27. 5Vi% SV+% tob Falkenburg Within Sight Of Golf Crown MUIRFIELD. Scotland (AP) -- American Bob falkenburg. one of Wimbledon's most con- rpversial tennis champions, is rithin sight of one of the rarest sporting doubles of all time. Falkenburg, a longtime Ice cream businessman in Rio De Janeiro, has moved into the ourth round of the British Amateur Golf championship over Muirfield's 6,862 yard par "1 links. Easy-going Falkenburg, w h o won the men's singles title at Vimbledpn in 1948. has jjst sold his ice cream business and moved back to Los Angeles. It is his sixth attempt to win this golfing crown, and he nev- »r has reached the last 32 be 'ore. Iron-grey haired and soft ipoken. Falkenburg, 48, often fias accused of wasting time during his tennis days at Wim )!edon. "Some people thought I w a s azy. But it was all tactics," he said. "In the Wimbledon final with Bromwich I had to win with m service, which was more powerful than his." he explained "So I took a rest before important serves and it worked." He beat Bromwich over five ong sets, .saving three match points. Falkenburg said he docsn'i iry time wasting tactics now. "It would be nice to win this : inal too." Falkenburg said But he didn't rate his chances too highly. He was in hospital 10 days ago with kidneystone trouble. In Thursday's fourth round, Falkenburg meets New Zea- lancier Desmond Turner. The main" American hope, Walker Cupper Jimmy Gabriel sen of Atlanta, Ga., meets O, Gordon Brewer of Huntingdon Valley. Pa. 7Y 2 % ffe hare · savings program and Interest rate to meet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. East Avenue -OPEN DAILY 9-10; CLOSED SUNDAY THURS., FRI., SAT. 6-CYLINDER ENGINE TUNE-UP SPECIAL TRAINED MECHANICS WILL: LlMtoB Kmart points, 2 . Set dwettarrd carburetor «lor,ecne!en:;er end choie* 3. Time engine · plugs in stock. DOES NOT iNCLUDE HIGH PERFORMANCE ENGINES For Most UJS. 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Cannonade was third in the Preakness and Little Current was fifth in the Derby. Post time tor the 108th run- of the Triple C r o w is 5:40 p.m.. EDT. with television coverage set for 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. "I'm happy about his chances." said Shapoff of Hud son County, the Derby runner- up who usually is on or near the lead. He wasn't in tho Preakness where he finished eighth. "The pace will be genuine," said .Shapoff. "Hudson Count} will see to it. He just had a lol of tough, luck." Shapoff said o f l i n the Preakness where the colt Hudson County's performance [encountered traffic problems. THE DELIVERS! CALL 521-3011 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. PIZZA, MPMOI SUPREME* We're Going The OWATONNA WAY That's right. We've b««n franchisee! to handle the complete line of Owatonna Farm Machinery and we're mighty proud of it! Remember, it was OMC who originated the windrower, and they have lead the way since. 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