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14 Normwert ArlonMt TIMIS, Thuri., June 3, 1974 r*VITTIVLL(. ARKANSAS Indians Plaster White Sox Perry Wins llth Straight Came Hank Aaron Day NEW YORK (AP) -- Atlanta Braves slugger Hank Airon'. slar j s a motorcade throu will receive Now York City's || ;ir | cn , a nd a rally for 5. City Hall. Also' on the "Hank Aaron Day" agenda for the Braves through 5.000 highest award, the Gold Medal. Aaron, -major league base- hall's all-lime homo run leader, will receive the medal next Tuesday from Mayor Abraham D. Bcamc in ceremonies at youngsters. Record Score BUFFALO (AP) -- Ten-year- Ricky Boldt fired « JZ-un- der par 76 lo beat the course record on the 54 - hole p»r-10» S h e r i d a n Drive Putt-Putt course. Ricky's record round, beating the previous best ot 80, included 33 holcs-in-one on the two- par holes. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It was supposed to be a pair of nces. But one of them turned out to be the four of clubs. The ace was Cleveland's Gaylord Perry, who dealt Chicago a six-hitter Wednesday night for his lllh victor.' of (he sta- son--his llth straight since an opening day loss. The other ace was the While Sox' \Yilbiir Wood, who was also going for N'o. 11 but got clubbed for eight runs in the fourth inning, a bombardment that enabled the Indians to breeze to z 10-1 romp. In other American L e a g u e games. Ho^lon beat Oakland 53, New York topped California 6-4, Detroit Irounccrf Texas 7-0, Ballimore edged Minnesola 4-3 and Kansas City clipped Milwaukee 4-3 in 13 Innings. "He's still a hell of a pitcher." Perry said of Wood. "Nobody knows better than I that he beat us eight times in a row." Hut now it's P e r r y who's beating everybody in a ro-.v. "I take a great deal of pride trying lo finish what I start out there," ho said. "When you get a big lead, there's a tendency to relax. 1 was really bearing down in the late innings, especially against their big hitters." K E D SOX 5, A's 3 Mario Guerrero drove in three Boston runs, two with an eighth - inning lie - breaking single, to beat Oakland and give the Red Sox their eighth victory in the last 11 games. YANKS 6. ANGELS 4 Elliott Maddox's two-run double triggered a four-run fourth that carried Ihe Yankees past Califonia. frank Robinson drovt in two of the Angels' runs and scored one. TIGERS 7, RANGERS 0 Mickey Lolich fired a six-hit- ler for his eighth straight complete game, his first shulout of Ihe season and 36th of his career, and got all the suppirt he needed with a five-run fourth that carried Detroit past Ferguson Jenkins and the Rangers. ORIOLES 4, TWINS 3 Don Baylor drove in two runs and scored one against Min- nesota to help Mike Cuellar to his eighth straight victory for the Orioles. CuelLar outdueled Vic Albury, who allowed just three hits before leaving after seven innings. ' ROYALS 4, BREWERS 3 Al Cowens' single in the 13th inning carried the Royals p a s t Milwaukee. A two-out walk lo John Mayberry and a single to Richie Scheinblum preceded Cowens' single to lift off Tom Murphy, who had escaped bases-loaded jams in the 10th and Hth innings. Palmer Hitting Poorly But Still Has Desire M A M A R O N E C K , N.Y. (AP) -- Arnold Palmer lashed Into a I drive on the 448-yard finishing hole at Winged Fool and typically almost lost his balance as he followed t h r o u g h on his violent swing. "Oooh!" chorused the sizeable gallery around t h e 18th tee. "Yeah! Yeah!!" came the roar from down the fairway. When Palmer reached his ball he found himself JO lo 20 yards behind his companions in the praclice round-Tom \Veis- kopf, Bert Vanccy and Tony Jacklin, all of whom comfortably reached tbe green in Iwo. Using a wood. Palmer hit the ball f a t , picking up a divot, anri watched the ball fall some 40 yards short of the green. Ills shoulders slumped. He muttered something under his breath. Then he tossed his club toward his bag in disgusl. "Kinda fat on that [airway shol." commented a friend. "Fal, hell." blurted P a l m e r . "I almosl struck oil." It's been this kind of year, you might say almost this kind of a decade, for the onetime miracle charger from Latrobe, Pa., whose birdie finishes in the late 1950s and early 1960s sent golf inlo n heady, mulli- million-dolar spiral from which it is slill spinning--and from which others are slitl profiting. "Sure, I get discouraged at times," the graying, 44-year-old four-time Masters winner said afterward. "But I always feel (hat some day I'm going lo put everything together again. "If I didn't think 1 could still win, I'd never pick up a bag of clubs in a big lournament again." Palmar refused to be chagrined by unofficial odds which made him a 30-1 outsider in the 74th U.S. Open Championship, beginning today over the tight and demanding Winged Foot Club course. Palmer's Last major victory was the 1964 Masters. His last tournament triumph was the Hone Classic in the winter of 1973. and it followed a 17-month drought. Despite his slump, Palmer remains tile idol of the crowds. He has lost few of his so-called Arnie's Army to the successful J a c k Nicklaus a n d Gary Players and the new young lions such as Johnny Miller and Hubert Green. "That's what bothers me more than anything, not being able to deliver for all t h e people that are pulling for me," Palmer said. "I worry about them, more than I worry about myself. .. ." No Solution In Sight Deadline Draws Near NEW YORK (AP) -- The Na- Jonal Football League Management Council, acknowledging the lack of key progress during initial talks, planned to resume labor negotialions lotlay with the Players Association. A spokesman for the NFL owner's group said discussions Wednesday had resulted in a "vigorous and profitible exchange of views" in the face of the NFLPA's July 1 strike deadline. The Management Council official indicated, however, a clash erupted between what the league owners f e e l is "the structure of the game" and Corner Losing More Pounds But Winning More In LPGA MEDINA. Ohio (AP) -- JoAnne Garner keeps losing pounds and winning Ladies Professional Golf Associalion tournaments. "I've lost 26 pounds and need to lose 10 more. I want to get down lo a sizc-12 dress." said the winner of three of the past four LPGA tour stops. "For the first Liir.i; I weigh less lhan my husband, t'cn." chuckled tne friendly Floridim before n practice tour Wednesday of Weymo'ilh Valley Golf Club's 6,300 yards. The favrv.te fen the J42.500 LPGA Media O p e n starting Friday admits less poundage has benefited her coif ,^a:ruv Mrs. Canter. 3S, won the Bluegrass Invitational, Hoosier Classic and Desert Classic in the last month. A five-time U.S. 1 Women's Amateur champion before turning pro in 1970, she came from three shots back in the final round in the Desert Classic last week. She also had trailed by two shots going to the final 18 holes in the Hoosier Classic. Ten of the 14 LPGA winners this year will be on hand for the 54-hole test over Wey- moulh's par-35, 3,772-yard un- dulaling acres, laced with lakes and woods. First prize is worth $5,700. Missing are all-time money winner Kathy Whitworth, along with fellow 1974 tour victors Gail Denenberg, Sandy Spuzich and Judy Rankin. what the players view as major "freedom issues." There was no reported conclusion involving NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle's right to designate compensation for teams losing an athlete who plays out his option and signs with another club. The Management Council said the players were not responsive to a suggestion that bargaining agreements reached in other professional sports might serve as examples for their talks. An NFL official said the council, for example, wanted to look into the major league baseball policy that gaurantees Ihe right to veto a trade to a 10-year-veteran or a player with five years on a single team. The Management Council, meanwhile, promised that (he Miami Dolphins would receive no compensation if a strike canceled their scheduled July 26 game in Chicago with the College All-Stars. WHAT IS FIRST FEDERAL UP TO? 75% LOANS TO BUY A MAY WE SERVE YOU? 2 Locations To Serve You On the Square and Northwest Arkanut Pl«a first federal savings PHONE 521-3424 or 521-3534 TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service New Uttd Antrnn» Color · Black Wltllt Bonstvn o Tow«ri Free Estimate* 751-7927 751-MM 7S1-MST JCPenney · e A Y L J E B ' C LX A V f I ETC ^^^ YOUR CHOICE FATHER'S DAY GIFTS Save 5.07 Reg. 29.95. Sale 24.88 Jetco Mustang "300" treasure finder. Complete, ready-to use detector. Spot* * penny 5 Inches deep. Reg. 14.88 Cofoman Fuel » Gal. 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