Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 10, 1974 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 10, 1974
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Professional Baseball iinmiiMiiiiiinMfliiniii' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League East Boston Milwaukee Del roil New York Baltimore .500 .483 .481 W L Pet. 30 25 .545 28 24 .534 27 27 28 30 26 28 West 32 24 29 27 27 27 26 25 26 28 25 23 22 29 Padres Clip St. Louis 6-5 Tolan Boosts San Diego N DIEGO (AP) - When.high on the right field wall, engaged in advising and de- 1 These were noteworthy Oakland 32 24 .571 Texas 29 27 .518 Cleveland 27 27 .500 Chicago 26 25 .510 Kansas City 26 28 .481 California 25 23 .439 Minnesota 22 29 ,431 Sunday's Results Detroit 5, California 3 Texas 3, Baltimore 2 New York 4. Minnesota 3 Boston 10, Chicago 6 Cleveland 8, Kansas City 6 Oakland 5. Milwaukee 4 Monday's Games Texas (Brown 1-2) at Detroit (Coleman 6 6 ) . N California (May 0-1) at New York (Mcdich 7-4), N Oakland (Blue 5-5) at Boston (Tiant 75), N Baltimore (McNally 4-4) at Minnesota (Corbin 3-0 or Goltz M). N Only games scheduled National League East W L Pet. GB SAN not ei Fending his younger friend and teammate, Derrel Thomas. Cincinnati outcast Bobby T o l a n has found lime recently to prove to the San Diego Padres that he can hit, run, field, throw and hit with power. "I'm no super star, but I'm a tot better than average," the 28-year-old outfielder said Sunday after he was center stage jn a dramatic 6 5 victory over winning the game St. Louis. Before with a three-run "homer in the eighth inning, Tolan set run by stealing second, up a , after being hit on the head by a pitch. He also made a diving catch of a foul fly, defended Thomas in an eighth-inning brawl between the two teams and climaxed the day by holding the Cards' Reggie Smith to a ninth-inning single t h a t struck Philaphia St. Louis Montreal New York Chicago Pittsburgh Los Angeles Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran San Diego 23 26 27 27 24 25 23 32 21 30 20 32 Wesl 42 16 32 22 31 2S .10 30 30 30 23 39 .536 .500 .490 .418 .412 .385 .724 .593 .544 .500 .500 .371 PARIS (AP) -- The red clay courts at Roland Garros Stadium have always been a major handicap for Arthur Ashe, who got his big test today in the French Open Tennis Championships when he met Manuel Orantes of Spain for the right to enter the quarter-finals. Sunday's Results Cincinnati 14, Philadelphia Atlanta 33. Montreal 2-7 Houston 11. New York 1 San Diego 6, SI. Louis 5 T-os Angeles 4, Chicago 3 Pittsburgh 14. San Francisco Monday's Games Cincinnati (Biliingham 6-3) at Montreal (Rcnko 3-6). N Philadelphia (Lnnhorg 6 5 ) at Houston (Osteen 5-5). N St. Louis (Sicbcrt 6-3) at Los Angeles (Rau 5-1). N Pittsburgh (Rooker 2-5) at San Diego (Arlin 1-7). N Only games scheduled League Leaders ninniiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiniiNitiiiiiiiiim NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (135 at bats)-Garr, All, .382; R.Smilh, StL, .375. RUNS--Bonds, SF, 49; Wynn, LA. 46. RUNS BATTED IN-Garvcy, LA, 51; Wynn, LA. 51; R.Smith, StL, 50. DOUBLES--Maddo.x, SF, 18; R.Smith, SILL, 17. TRIPLES--Garr, A l l , 8; A.Oliver, Pgh, 6. HOME RUNS--Wynn. LA. 16; Schmidt. Phi. 14. STOLEN BASES-Brock StL 38; Cedenn Htn. 27. PITCHING (6 Decisions) -John. LA. 9-1, .900, 2.6 Hough, LA, 6-1, .857, 1.27. STRIKEOUTS -- Seaver, NY, 98; Carlton Phi, SO. acts for a man who (1) was suspended by the Reds late last season and who (2) had refused to sign a 1974 contract with the Padres on the promise that, in doing so, he will set a precedent and become a free agent at the end of the season. "I think I'm first class and I'm giving 110 per cent of what I. have, hoping I can come to an agreement with the club (Padres) and sign my contract," Tolan said after the Padres swept the three-game series from St. Louis and notched their fifth victory in six games since they returned home last Tuesday. Behind 5-2, the Padres went on to their 13th victory in 17 one-run decisions this season after Tolan was hit on the side of his helmet by a Bob Gibson pitch in the seventh inning. Tolan stole second and scored on Thomas walked Roberts grounded a single by Euro Hernandez hastening Gibson's departure. The stage for Tolan's fines hour was set in the eighth in ning after When Dave into a double play. Thoma made a slide that flattened sec ond baseman Ted Sixemore a he was making a relay to first. Thomas was attacked by Size more, shortstop M i k e Tyson and and , third baseman Ken Reit pitcher Mike Carman both benches emptied. Th Padres' Nate Colbert flattened Garman with a punch befor order was retored. Garman walked Bob Barton gave up a pinch single to Dav Winfietd, then Tolan clouted hi homer. Tolan, who has hit safely ii eight straight games, belpec save the victory when he fielde Smith's carom off the righ In French Open Ashe Favored Over Orantes Ashe, of Miami, never has gotten beyond the fourth round here, but he was favored to get by Orantes, even though the Spaniard plays his best on slow surfaces. Orantes won the Italian title in 1972, was runnerup in 1973 and was a semifinalist Travelers-Amarillo Divide Texas League Doubleheader AMARILLO, Tex. (AP) -- oug Clark and Rudy K i n a r d each collected three bits as the Arkansas Travelers took a 7-3 victory over Amarillo in the first fianiG of a Texas League doiibehearter here Sunday. 'ho Travelers scored five times in the Fourth inning to lake the first game. But Amarillo .sent 12 men to the plate and scored seven runs in the fourth inning of the second game to w i n , 10-1. Ron Selak coasted to his fifth win against three losses for the Travelers. Doug Capilla gave up a home run to Charles Pepper and then gave up a walk with the bases loaded to s t a r t the Giants' romp in the seconrl game. Kinard started the Travelers' drive in the first game by drilling a single. Clark drove Jre Lindsey home and later came home himself on a Mike Potter single. Clark's double late in the game brought Kinard and Joe Lindsey home. Larry Hcrndon doubled and scored on a single by Jerry Mumphrcy for a 1-0 Traveler lead in first inning of the the second game. After Pepper's homer, Capillo walked one run. Mike Eden then singled to bring in two more runs. An error by Linrtsey on a rou tine grounder also brought ir two more Giant runs. The Gi ants scored three more runs in the fifth inning. David Fuqua went all seven innings for the Amarillo victory. Arkansas and Amarillo will play another doubleheader here tonight. the F rench Inuraament 1972. Ashe is oe of five American among the final 16 seeking th 24,000 top prize in the $200,00 tournament. Harol d Solomon of Sil ve Spring, Md., and Zeljko Franu lovic of Yugoslavia had In com plele their third-round mate tod ay, which Fra nulovic wa leading 2-1 in games when ral interrupted Sunday. Eddie Dibbs of Miami me Hans-Jurgen Phomann of Wes Germany in the fourth roun today. Dibbs, winner of th German titie in 1973 and 1974 beat Phomann in the Germa quarter-finals this year. Erik Van Dillen of Aptos, Ci lif., and Marty Riessen c Amelia Island, Fla., won thei third-round matches Sunda and do not play today. In the fourth round. Van Di len will face Bjorn Borg Sweden and Riessen will oppos the winner of the Solomon Franulovic match. Tn Sunday's final match, tern pestuous Hie Nastase of m a n i a , the No. 1 seed, defeated France's Georges Goven 6-3, ' 5, 6-4. In women's play, Chris Evei of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., th heavy favorite, met Maria Bo third round, with the winner gc ing to the quarter-finals. In an other third-round match, Jut He! dman of Houston face Laurie Tenney of Los Angeles Recovery Room's Special of Specials! Standard Sofa-Re up bolstered $139.00 Complete. or Hide-A-Bed . . . Includes . . . AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (135 at bats)-Carew, Min, .395; R.Jackson, Oak. .386. RUNS-Campaneris,-Oak, 37; Yastrzemski, Bsn, 36. RUNS BATTED IN--Burroughs. Tex, 53; R.Jackson, Oak, 42. H I T S-Carew. M i n , 78; R.Jackson, Oak, 68; A.Johnson, Tex-. 68; Burroughs, Tex, 68. DOUBLES--Rudi, Oak, 18; Grich, Bal, 14; Healy KC. 14; Burroughs, Tex, 14 . TRIPLES-Rivers, Cal. 5; Campaneris. Oak, 5; Belanger, Bal, 4; D.Evans. Bsn. 4; R.White, NV, 4; Olis, KC, 4; Wohlford KC, 4; Darwin, Min, 4. H O M E RUNS--R.Jackson, Oak. 15: W.Horlon, Del. 14. STOLEN BASES -- North, Oak 24; Patek, KC. 20. PITCHING (R Decisions)-- G.Pcrry. Cle. 10-1. .909, 1.43 Ed Rdgez, Mil. 5-1. .833. 2.27. STRIKEOUTS-N.Ryan, Cal 121; Blyleven M i n , 84. THE FABRIC Any fabric up la 10.00 per yard from any erf four full line of books, including Kirsch, Craven, O.V.S., Dogwood, Midwest, Rushin . . . Herculons, 100 per cent nylons naugahydes, velvets, , etc.. . . Any fabric NOT Scotcbgarded we will Scotchgard FREE! THE LABOR Removal of ALL Fabric, Tying of Springs, rewebbing, gluing of Frame, repadding, wood touch-up, any other necessary repairs . . . ALL WORK GUARANTEED to YOUR Satisfaction! FREE Pick Up and Delivery Within a 25 Mile Radius Call 521-8815 3E. Mountain, Fayetteville eld wall and held him lr a ingle. Reliever Steve Arlin got ed Simmons to ground into a ame-ending double play. Simmons, with a two-run homer, and Smith, with a two- run double, led the Cardinals as they outhit the Padres, 8-5, only to suffer their fourth loss in a row. 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In one extra Inning game struck out 31 of 39 batters to face him. Tourney Site BRIDGEPORT. Conn. (AP) -- The Brooklawn Country Clirt here will host the U.S. Golf As sociation's 1974 Juniors Cham pionship July 21-27, the firsl time it is being played in Uic northeast since 1952. The tournament is open to a! boys who have not reached If by July 27, have handicaps oi eight or less and survive sec Moral qualifying rounds. Let's finish the job! You have indicated clearly in the primary election that you want the kind of sheriff that will promote an orderly, peaceful and secure community. BILL MURRAY IS THAT MAN . . . ON JUNE 11 ELECT Bill WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF Paid For By: Citizens for Murray Committee; Mdvta Palmer, Chairman

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