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Thursday, June 13, 1974
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Dennis, IGA Claim Babe Ruth Victories Dennis Home Furnishings and IGA produced Babe Ruth victories Wednesday evening as the Grocers managed to remain the only unbeaten team in the league. Dennis opened the action with « 10-7 decision over First National Bank. Dennis Otto was the winning hurler while Ronnie Stralton was charged with t h e defeat. Mike Curtsinger, Mark Worsham. Otto, Drew Phillips, and Mike Taylor all had singles for the winners while Joe West Steve Watkins. Robert James. Sam Pills. Sean Harrison and Mellon Newman all singled tor First Nalional. IGA pounded Eason's IO-G largely on the basis of Darrell Strange's grand slam home run, It was Ihe first home rim in the new Babe Ruth facilities. Strange also picked up the win for IGA while Carter Goode was nailed with the loss. Greg Gcbhart tripled, Robert LeBlonil and Strange doublet! while Hick Allred and Kyle Adams singled for the winners. Ty Hoskins doubled for Eason's while David Penninglon, Steve Keen, Jeff Day and Kenny Harriman all had singles. Travs Sweep Twinbill From Midland Cubs 'by The Associated Press Arkansas swept a double header Wednesday night from Midland by identical 3-2 scores ami t h a t moved the Travelers within half a game of first ptace Victoria in the East division of the Texas League. In other games, Shrovepo: overpowered El Paso 10-5, Vic toria edged San Antonio 9 8 ir 10 innings and Amarillo de fcated Alexandria 5-2. A 10-minute eighth inning brawl highlighted the El Paso Shrevep,;:.. game. Kl Paso play ers objected to the Captains Ken Barker throwing pilche: close to the batters' heads Shreveport batters collected 1: hits. Victoria came from behind in the bottom of the 10th to score two runs on a double by Grei Harts. The Toms' Brock Pcm bcrton continued his heavy hit ting, going Ihree-for-five an driving in four runs. Stephens Fuels College Club Win. At Walker Park By GRANT HALL TIMES Sports Editor Bob Stephens belled a three- ·un homer and pitched a six- litter to lead College Club to a 9-4 American Legion win over Bentonville here Wednesday night. The victory was Ihe seventh straight for the Dairymen, who advanced to 9-2 for he season and 3-0 in Northwest Arkansas Conference play. Stephens gave up just two :arned runs in his first start of the year. "The way the schedule has worked oul, we've Ix'on able lo pitch Lawson )sburn and Brian Holt most of he time." said College Club Coach Dick Harris. "Bob is ~ good pitcher, but he's such ooti shortstop that we hesitate play him anywhere else," Shortstops Rick Taylor and Sick Turner made Iwo of Ihe Ihrce College Club errors, but each also m a d e outstanding alays from deep in the hole. Benlonville committed the ern- jarrassing lolal of eight errors in Ihe seven-inning game. Five of them were harmless, but three led to unearned runs. College Club scored a run in Ihe first on a walk by Shelby Sizemoro, an errant pickoff attempt by Bentonville huilcr Kenny Shook and a double by Larry Atha. The Dairymen added another run in the second Tribe Bosses Protest Forfeit CLEVELAND (AP) -- T h e Cleveland Indians had their das ti court but still feel their 9-0 forfeit to the Texas Rangers was unfair. Ted Bonda. Indians executive vice president, and Phil Seghi general manager, went to York Wednesday to make a protest to American Leagui President Lee MacPhail. Hi turned them down. "The events leading to ihi forfeit were reviewed in detail and the decision of the umpires to forfeit the game has b e e i sustained," Mac-Phil officially announce dafter the meeting. The Indians forfeited their June A game with the Rangse after fans poured out on th field during a ninth inning r a l ly. The Indians had tied th score at 5-5 with men on firs and third and two outs. Bonda and Seghi had sough to have the game continnec from the point of the disturb ance or have the entire contes played over. ·hen Rick Karnbach singled, tole second with a great jump, vent lo Ihird on Mark Prenger's ground ball and scored n an error by shortstop Lynn ^handler. Mike Kimmel, who had three if the six Bentonville hits, Engled with one out in the hird. He went to second on a ground ball and scored on Chandler's base hit to left, 'lark Lewis made a perfect hrow to the plate, but just missed getting the sliding Kim 340-FOOT BLAST Stephens broke the game open in the bottom of the third, after singles by Sizemore an\! Atha. The Fayettcvilie pitcher anticipated a fastball on a one one count and deposited it into 1 mud puddle beyond the 340 ool mark in left field. It was lis first home run since Babe Ruth League. Bentonville made the score 52 in the fourth on a base hit by Mark Roberts, a wild pitch ·mcl an RBI single by Kimmel, ut College Club countered with two runs in the fifth and two more in the sixth. With one out in Hie fifth, Atha walked and Stephens doublet lim to third. Karnbach pro duccd one run with a sacrifice fly and Prenger plated Ihe other with his second straigh! double. Bentonville got out ol '.he inning on a great play by Chandler. College Club opened the sixth with back-to-back triples by Turner and Randy Porter. Size more's fly ball to center brough' in the ninth run. Porter didn'i try to score until he saw t h e throw from center field skim ming through the infield, so m RBI was credited. Bentonville scored twice in the seventh on a w a l k by Robert Asmore, a singe 1 Kimmol, ati error and a sacri ftce fly by Chandler. But th visitors couldn't get the lyinf run to the plate and droppci to 0-2 for the season. College Club will travel ( Russellville for a doubleheade Saturday and return for a horn twinbill Sunday against Pocola Okla., beginning at 1 p.m. a Legion Field. Action in Fayetteville's Little nd Pee Wee leagues continued lis week despite the interrup- .on provided by late afternoon bowers. In Monday's Pee Wee action he Noon Lions belted J. C. Penney's 9-2. John Domineck omered for the winners while Robert Gibson tripled for Pen- icy's. Purvis Sporting Goods clipped Sason's 9-3. Stephen Carson and Vabin Kilambi both had triples n a losing cause. Lewis Brothers p i l e d up a whopping 33 runs to pretty well lemolish the Sequoyah Kiwianis who could manage only two. leffrey Fitch had two triples and Wes Vaughn one for Lewis Brothers. Darin Strange, the vinning pitcher allowed no hits "rom the Kiwianis. In Little League games Defensemen Sign OAKLAND (AP) - The Cali fornia Golden Seals announcet Wednesday signing defenseme Letl Frig and Mikct Christie t mulliyear contracts. Both pla ers came to the National Hock ey League club in a trade to center Ivan Boldirev. Northwwt ArkartMrt TIMES, Ttiun., June 13, 1974 AVITTIVILLC. ARKANSAS Little, Pee Wee Action Continues Soccer Coach By The Associated Press Jeorge A. Ford of Woonsocket 1.1., has been named varsity soccer coach at Harvard Uni versity. The 37-year-old native ol England played ind coached ro soccer in the English South ;rn Division during 1961-63 .hen moved to the Unilec Slalcs and played for the De troil Cougars in the North American Soccer League. ayed Monday evening McDon-, d's belted the E v e n i n g ions 14-5. Mike Gayer was the inning hurler and David Pasal the loser. Christ Easter ipled for McDonald's. Campbell-Bell topped Coca- pla 24-4 as Damn Farrish !cked up the victory while ohnny Bowerman absorbed the DSS. Charles Dodson homered or Campbell - Bell w h i l e arrish, Mark Jones, Randall isemore and Carolos York oubled. Fayetleville Fire Department efeated Mcllroy Bank 13-9. hannon Burasco was the 'inning pitcher and Jeff Farlan the loser. Kevin Evans nanaged a double for Mcllroy. In the final game for Monday reer's Abstract edged Red ?all 8-7. Kevin Coker was the ·inning pitcher and Bobby jittle the looser. MAKEUP GAMES Makeup games were played Wednesday evening due to rain arlier in the week. In Pee Wee League games xris Stanton brushed past the "lub 5-3. Mike Treat was the winner and Robert Turpin the ser. Andy Cozart homered for losers while teammat-2 David Hfggins tripled. Andre Marie ROAEN, France (AP) -- For frier Premier Andre Marie. 76 one of the most prominent poli ticians of the French Fourth Republic, died Wednesday. Hi became minister of justice in 1947, served as premier for fiv weeks in 194S and was namct premier again in 1953. 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