Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 12, 1974 · Page 20
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 12, 1974
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Ark«n*M TIMIS, Wad., Juiw 12, 1*74 ·"·VtTTtVILLt ARKANtA* Professional Baseball McGlothen Picks Up Th» Victory By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League East East W L Pel. GB Botton .12 25 .5*1 Milwaukee 23 25 .528 Z Cleveland 28 27 .509 3 Detroit 28 28 .51)0 314 New York 29 31 .483 4'/i Baltimore 27 29 .482 4V4 West 32 26 3fl 18 26 2S Z7 28 26 3c 23 30 Oakland Texas Chicago Kansas City California Minnesota .552 -.517 2 .500 3 .491 3 ; 4-11 6' Totaday's Rimes Boston 10. Oakland 9 Detroit 8. Tc\as 6 California 5. New York 4 Kansas City 1. Milwaukee 0 Baltimore 4. Minnesota 1 Cleveland 6. Chicago 0 Wldneidav'a Garnet California (Tanana 4-7) at N«w York (Dobson 4 8 ) Oakland (Hamilton 4-1) at Boston (Drago 4-1). N Texas (Jenkins 7-6) at Detroit fLolich 8-7). N Milwaukee (Colborn 2-3) at Kansas City (Dal Canton 33), N Baltimore (Cuellar 7-3) at Minnesota (Albury 2-4), N Cleveland (G. Perry 10-1) at Chieajo (Wood 10 6), N National Uagne 'w L Pet. GB FhUaphia 31 27 .534 -St. Lmria 29 27 .518 1 Montreal Jfi 25 .510 ltt Chicago 22 30 .423 6 New York 23 33 .411 7 Pittsburgh 21 33 .389 8 West LM Angelei 42 1ft .700 -Cincinnati 32 24 .571 R Atlanta 33 2fi .552 9 Houston 31 29 .517 11 San Fran 30 31 .492 12% San Diego 24 40 .375 20 TiMidiT'i Games Atlanta 4, New York 3. U in nings Montreal 1C, Cincinnati t Houston 10. Philadelphia 1 St. Louii 1, Los Angeles 0 Pittsburgh 5, San Diego 2 Chicago 7, San Franc-isco 4 Wedoeftday's Games Chicago (Reuschel 4-4) at San Francisco {Bradley 6-5) New York (Parker 1-4 , Stone J-4) at Atlanta (Morton 5). N Cincinnati (Kirhv 4-3) Montreal (Rogers 7-5), N Philadelphia (Carlton (8-4) a Houston (Wilson 33). N Pittsburgh (Demery 0-1 ,, Kison S-3) at San Diego (Frei aelben 4-2), N St. Louis (Curtis 3-B) at Lo Angelei (Sullon fi-4), N League Leaders By Tie Assnciated Press National Leag Garr, Atl, .378; R.Smith, SIL .373. RUNS-- Bonds, SF «; Wvn L A . 4S. . . . RUNS BATTED IN-- Wvn LA. 52; R.Smith, SIL, 51: Ga vey, LA, 51. HIT-Garr. All, 95; D.Cash Phi. 78; Karvey, LA. 78; Ma dox. SF 78. DOUBLES-- H. Smith SiL 18 Maddoi, F. 18; Row. cin.' 16 Gurvey. LA. 16. TRIPLES-- Garr, All A. Oliver, Pjjh. 6 - HOME RUNS-Wynn LA 17 Schmidt. Pfii. 14 STOLEN BASES ...... Brock, SU 40: C»d*no. Hta 27 PITCHING (« Decisions -John. LA. 9-1. .900, 2.67 R LA. 5-1, .833. 2.51 . S T R I K E O U T S - Seaver. N\ 103; Carlfon, Phi, 90. American Lea cue BATTING (135 at bals). ^...Min, .3 S8 ; R.JacKso, HUNS-- Yaslrzemski Bsn 3! Campaneris, Oak 38 RUNS BATTED IN-Bu T "- 55; *-^°' \ f i n . Oak ' H I T S - C a r e w A.Johnson. Tex 71 DOUBLES-Rud'i.' H«Iy. KC. 15: Burroughs: TRIPLES-Rivers Cal ' OaTM''5 n ;' 8 -Tiedw : ith e 4 rnPa;iCri ' "°.. ME0 RUN'S-W.Kortoi ^ Oi^rBuX" /^J 0 .^..".AS" - -N-ortf - , 5., , 833 2 ; 1.4 St. Louis Cards Nip Dodgers 7-0 LOS A N G t l . K S ( A P ) -- Lynn cGlolhen, the 24-year old ght-hander lor the St. Louis -rdinals. has pitched * 1-0 nitoul over the Cincinnati en's and Tuesday night he anil " Hrabosky. who got the final .* of the game, blanked the os Angeles Dodgers 1-0. So who's Hie best, the Dnrtg- :s. who lead the N a t i o n a l eague West by eight games, the defending champion cds? 'Right now." McGlothen id. after his eighth win in 11 tcisions. "the Dodgers are t h e «st team in the league. It was n honor to pitch like this gainst them since they hadn't x?en shutout before." US Open Has Special Role For Nicklaus MAMARONECK. N.Y. (AP) -- On the eve of the year's big gcfil golf tournament, the 74th U.S. Open. Jack N i c k l a u s finrir j note of humor in the vcilef ufigcstion that he may be ovc he hill at ,14. "Somebody saw that miser ib!e p u t t T missed on the las iolc at Charlotte a couple o vecks ago and asked me if per laps I w a s n ' t losing my cnn :cntralion," Lhc all-time recorc wider for major championship* ;aid Tuesday. "Thrn .someone else poinlc* out that of the last seven m a j o tournaments in which I'vi played. I've won only one. H iverlooked that I have woi three of tbe last nine." During a practice round ove -he Winged Foot Club, a news man, noting NickLaus had wo only one event this year, askef f he was heginning to feel tfi pressure of age as in the cas of Arnold Palmer, whose las/ major title was the 1964 Mas -crs when he was 34. "Really. J'vc missed only on major championship since won my last one." .Jac chuckled in the upstairs locke room prior to taking th course. "It's a little early t start putting me on the shell don't you t h i n k ? " He won th PGA last year but tied fo fourth in this year's Masters. Becajse of locker roor rumblings and the fact that tlr so far hasn't been a typica season, the Ope probably has special signif cance to the Columbus. Ohii wonder. He is the 5-1 favorite amon Jofl who begin a four-day, 7 hole test of the 6,961-yard, pa 70 Winged Foot course Thurs day. He tees off at in a threo.som which also includes Hube Green, who comes off his vie' ry last weekend in Phi!; delphia, and Jim Colbert. South Africa's Gary Playc B ·Tr-TvTM-' "*.»r,M^ ouuiu .iiijfjrf ;· oary I'laye BATTING (135 at bats)-- the reigning Masters champioi · rr A*l 17O. D C :n_ f i r _ . i , i , , . . . . - ^.. and Johnny Miller, defend] n champion who looks like a le ner Niekliuis, rate as the ne stoutest pretournamenl thrca at 8-1, fooweld by Lee Trevit at 10-1. Tom Weiskopf an Green at 12-]. Bill Casper, who captured tl last Open title held on th course in 1951, is rated a 15 outsider. The greens and the tradition ally thick, wiry rough--a trad mark of all Open courses--ha\ provoked the most conversaiit among the contestants. It isn't an especial!v Ion course, but the fairways a trapped. Thus, it might 1 called a shot-maker's cours The par score of 280. Most of the hardened obscr ers who follow the fortunes the goKing gypsies like Playi and Trevino as Nicklaus' :ht threats. If Player wins it. I will have won all the nig fo championships (the JMastei U.S. and British opens a. American PGA) twice aroun and would have two legs up the Grand Slam in a sin year, which one ever has swei in a 12-month period. Travelers Down Amarillo 9-3 - . R y , Blrl«r«n. Min, 93. Exec Named KANSAS CITY - Joe Burke ···s nuned executive vics-prcs- went and general manager of the K*BM» City Royal«. C»drie Talli?. auc- . Te.v. (AP) T h e A r k a n s a s Traveler downed Amarillo 9-3 here Tue day night, paced by hits fro Doug Ctarli and Larry Her don. in the second game of Terras League doublcheader. Clark hit a h o m e r u n , a li breaking two-run triple and single. Herndon collected thrt hit?, stole two bases and score twice. Tom Smith drove in all thre A m j i r i l l o r u n s . The Giants, however, won th first game, 3-2. The Traveler nursed a 2-1 lead going into th last inning of that game. Smith ripped a pitch to le field lor the eying and \vinn'~ NOTICE Stot« Senator Morriss Henry b« «t UnceJn City Hall at 5:00 p.m. , June 13th, to meet with any who ntcd to discuu Ugislo- II was the f i r s t time all tht ason the Dodgers dropped straight in Dodger Sla- um. In the twr) losses to the ards they've stranded 25 run- ers. But Walter Alston, the m»n- ;or of the Dodgers, refuses to ; moved by the sudden l u t n bout. "The same guys who were ·iving in the rims earlier are c same guys wtm ?irc leaving em tn base now." he said. There's no way they could ay as hot as they were." Andy Mcsscrsmith, despite {lowing the Cards only four its, took the loss. The run he allowed in the tilth inning, in 1 unearned r u n , knapped his sirin« of scorelesi Inninfi at 23 2-3. U was a rare catcher'* interference, called on Steve Ye«- ger, which led to the Cardinals' run. After two were out in the sixth. Yeagor's glove nicked l.ou Brock's bat and the St. Louis speedster was awarded f i r s t base. Then successive singles by Ted Sizemore and Bake McBride. the only time the Cards got two hits together, produced the run. "Andy pitched a super game." the dejected Yeagcr laid after the game. "Four hits and h« gets best. What can you say I'm just sorry I helped mess it up by hitting Brock's bat." Later Brock walked and stole second--his 40th luccessful theft of the season. The Dodgers' best shot against McGlothen was in the seventh inning when Bill Russell led off with a walk and Yeager walked. Messersmith sacrificed the runners to second and third. McGlolhen struck out pinch hitter Von Joshua and then walked Bill Guckncr intentionally to pitch to Jim Wynn, the National League home run and RBI leader. It was the fifth time in the two games St. Louis Manager Red Schoendienst ordered an intentional walk and, again, he got away with it. Wynn fouled out. In the ninth inning McGlothen got the first two ouis but walked pinch-hitter Joe Ferguson and gave up a single to Ken McMullen, another pinch h i t t e r . Hrabosky replaced McGlothen and worked to a third pinch hitter, Tom Paciorek. He threw three pitches and got Paciorek looking at a third 1 strike. r vacation or just i ay treat home? Make your tripe safe, carefree and smoetti wfth this "bonus" bargain on a new set ofPJX tires for your car. FOR ONE PRICE $98°° ^^ ^^(PtosREX) S.P.D. 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