Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 12, 1974 · Page 22
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 22

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 12, 1974
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Arinmoi IHWt. W*l., Jim. 12, 1W Houston Batters Phils 10-1 Cedeno Jumps Out Off Slump By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Houston M»n»gcr Preston Gomez says * little electronic gxdgetry "snapped" Cesar Cc- deno's betting slump, but from the sound of Cedeno. all he ·ceded wa« a swift kick in the Kid*. "We took shots oC last night's game with a Sony and replayed them in slow motion." said Gomez, whose Astros rode a 10- run seventh inning to a 10-1 romp over the Philadelphia Phillies Tuesday night. "We knew that Ccdeno was not hit- ting, so we (took pictures of him and other players. This seemed to help us tonight." But Cedeno doesn't credit the Japanese: he credits Philadelphia pitcher Dick Ruthven "He didn't show any respect for me." Cedeno said of Ruth- ven, who intentionally walked Roger Metzger in the seventh, tilling the bases for Houston's Dominican Dandy. "He got me mad. He had no respect for me as a hitter." Ccdeno showed even less re- K.C. Bnolcs Losing Skein With 1-0 Datision Royal Hurler Uses Only Fastball On Brewers · Al Fitzmorris has a selection ef Uirw pitches in his repertoire--fast, faster and fastest. : Using only fastballs may be a revolutionary baseball theory, but it'i certainly working for the Kansai City Royals' pitcher. Except for one experimental slider Tuesday night, Fit/- morris threw only hard stuff at the Milwaukee Brewers and notched his second straight shutout with a 1-0 decision. "(Kansas City Manager) Jack McKeon told me. seven years ago at Omaha that you have to learn to get the gu.vs out," noted Fitzmorris after his eight-hitter. "It took me almost seven years to find out that's true." Fitzmorris. who shut out Bal timore on a three-hitter his last time out, went 17 innings without throwing a breaking ball. Then he tossed a slider at George Scott leading off the ninth Tuesday night. The change of style has helped Fitzmorris's control lie'l walked a batter for 23 nnings. or since May 22. The Royals had lost three in i row before Tuesday night's victory. In the other American League games, trie Detroit Tigers beat the Texas Rangers 8- the Cleveland Indians blanked the Chicago White Sox 6-0: the Baltimore Orioles beat the Minnesota Twins 4-2; the California Angels nipped the New York Yankees 5-4 and the Boston Red Sox trimmed the Oakland A's 10-9. TIGKRS 8 .RANGERS S Mickey Stanley slugged a Kree-run homer and Gary Sutherland and Willie Horlon each drove-in two runs to pace Detroit over Texas. I N D I A N S f. WHI TKSOX l» Jim Perry hurled a seven-hil- ,er and Cleveland took advantage of a rash of errors by Chi- Reds Sign Three ..CINCINNATI (AP) -- The Cincinnati Reds signed three more free agents Tuesday, b r i n g i n g to 17 the players signed since last week's major league baseball draft. The newest were ri£lit-liamlcd pitcher Charles Reitrcaux of El Cnjun, Calif.: infieldcr Dean Grauman of Granite City. Okla., and catcher John Kuiler of Gainesville, Ha. Colt Veteran Traded To Giants BALTIMORE (AP) -- Defensive end Roy Hilton, one of the few remaining veteran Colts from the era of owner Carroll Rosenbloom, has been traded to the .National Football League's New York Giants, says Colts General Manager Joe Thomas. Hilton, 31, a nine-year veteran, was dealt Tuesday for running hack Joe Orduna and a future draft choice. Orduna, 25, sat out the 1971 season alter he was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers. The Giants obtained him on waivers, but he carried the ball only 36 times in each of the .next two seasons. ' cago to beat the White Sox eas- ly. Perry boosted his record to 5- ORI01.KS 4, TWINS 2 Jim Palmer, aided by Brooks | Robinson's second-inning home run and relief help from Grant Jackson and Bob Reynolds, snapped a personal seven-game victory over Minnesota, losing streak in Baltimore's ANGELS 5, YANKS 4 Mickey Rivers picked up two bases on a passed hall and scored on Denny Doyle's seventh-inning single to snap a tie and give California its victory over New York. RED SOX 10, A's 9 Rick Miller. Cecil Cooper and Carlton Fisk belled homers nn Danny Cater broke a tie with a seventh-inning pinch double, propelling Boston over Oakland. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week spect for Ruthven's pitching whacking a mammoth gran slam home run into the Icl 'ield scats. "That was the first time tha anyone has walked a man t uitch to me in the big leagues,' said Cedeno. Elsewhere in the Nationa League, the Atlanta Braves ou lasted the New York Mets 4 11 innings; the Montred JiNpos bombed the Cincinna Reds 16-6; the Pittsburgh P rates downed the San Dieg Padres 5-2; the St. Louis Card nals blanked the Los Angel Dodgers 1-1). and the Chicag Cubs beat the San Francisc Giants 7-J. KXPOS 1«, REDS 6 Roth 'Willie Davis and Mo Ireal knocked in more nil than Cincinnati. Davis capped seven-run rally in the seven' with a three-run homer, the added a grand -slam shot in a eight-run eighth. BRAVES 4 METS 3 11 INNINGS Ex-Mel pitcher Buzz Capra pilches and emotions were tc high to be very effect! against his former leammale so calcher Johnny Gates deli ered the victory to another fo mer Jlet, Danny Frisella. Oat scored the winning run in t' llth inning. PIRATES 5 PADRES 2 Willie Stargell and Al Oliv stroked consecutive two out s' gles in the eighth, sundii Richie Zisk home with the t breaking run. CUBS 7 GIANTS 4 Don Kefisinger's two-r double in the second i n n i n g a a pair of unearned runs holpe Chicago down Sim Francisi for the Giants in their thi. straight loss. Elect * t on «* °» Amateur Athletic | ' (Union, the association an- SAN' FRANCISCO (AP) -- Inounced Tuesday. Burke, ot I ndrew Burke, a member of 1 suburban San Carlos, takes I United States Olympic I over |h e largest AAU associ-l ommittee. has been elected I alion with 27,000 registered aih-l resident of the Pacific Associ- letes. Tfw TIMES * Oa Top of Th* rtowi S»v»« Doyi « W««k W A L - M A R T DISCOUNT C I T Y WAL-MART PHOTO S P E C I A L FREE Southgate Shopping Center 5x7 Color Enlargement With n*r Hat of Itnrtif ntor nirtolopiiil Halm » Mr 1. 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Bag, Coleman Fresh Buttermilk 59 . Ctn. Star-Kist Light Chunk TUNA 614-Oz. Can . . . . 49 Big Tex Unsweetened Grapefruit Juice 46-Oz. Can 39 Atkins Fresh Polish Dill PICKLES 32-Oz. Jar. 49 Lipton INSTANT TEA 3-Oz. Jar Unity BATHROOM TISSUE 2-Roll Pkgs. 31*1 Golden, Grain MACARONI CHEESE DINNERS 7« Or. Pkgs. 4: 7 Farms SWEET PEAS 17-oz. Cans 4; 99 King GOLDEN CORN 1-lb. Cans 4: HEINZ Hamburger Relish Hat Dog Relish Sweet Relish 9 3 /i-oz. Jars Allen's Cut GREEN BEANS l-lb. Cons 4 F Swans Down CAKE MIXES Assorted Flavors Boxes Mile High FRUIT MIX 1-fe. Cam 4IM T«to-Em rp*«Mr Bags STORAGE BAGS 60 Unity Frozen--All Flavors ICE MILK '/i-Gal. Ctn. 59 Zestee -- 32-Oz. Jar SALAD DRESSING Male's Round Box LEADER SALT 26-Oz. Box Fireside -- 14-Oz. Bag VANILLA WAFERS Uniry -- Giant Size DETERGENT Banquet Frozen COOKKN BAGS 5-Oz. Pkg. Blackburn WAFFLE SYRUP 16-Oz. 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