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Northwest FAVITTCVILLC. TIMES, Sot., Juno 15, 19/4 Professional Baseball BKinsssiliiiianniiiiBiiiiiiBGiHKisiiiiiiiiiiiiiKiiiiPaiiillilil A M E R I C A N LKAfiUK Knsl \V 33 26 29 28 2!) 29 211 29 28 2B Boston Cleveland Baltimore Detroit Milwaukee New York Oakland Kansas City Texas Chicago California. Minnesota West 32 28 3D 28 :u I'cl. .558 .50!) .500 .5M) .500 .491 26 28 27 34 24 31 .533 .517 .517 .481 .143 .430 Friday's lU-siilts Minnesota 8. Cleveland 2 Baltimore 2. Chicago 1 K a n s a s City 4. Detroit 3 Texas 7. Milwaukee 2 New York 5. Oakland 1 California -3. Boston 3, 15 in nings SMiirrtay's Games Minnesota (Blylcvea 5-8) a Cleveland (Johnson 3-2) Kansas City (F)tzmorris 6-2 a; Detroit (Coleman 0-7) XPVV York (Medici) 7-4) a Oakland (Blue 5 0 ) Chicago (Bahnsen 5-7) at Bal limorc (McNally 4-5). N Milwaukee (Wright 5-7) a Texas (J. Brown 5 2 ) , N Boston (Lee 7-5) at Californi; (May 0-1). N Piiilaphia St Louis Montreal Chicago New York Pittsburgh National League East W L Pet. 32 28 .533 30 28 26 27 2-1 31 23 35 22 34 West 43 19 31 517 491 4 30 397 393 Los Angeles 43 19 .694 -C i n c i n n a t i 31 2'! .586 7 Atlanta 34 20 567 8 Houston 31 31 .500 12 San Fran 31 33 .484 13 San Diego 26 -ID .3U4 19 Friday's Kcsults Chicago 10. Houston 7 Atlanta 6. St. Louis 1 San Diego 5, Montreal 4 Los Angeles 3, New York 2 Pittsburgh 4. San Francisco Cincinnati 7. Philadelphia 4 Saturday's G a m e s Houston ( G r i f f i n 7-2) at Ch cago (Frailiiyg 4-5) Los Angeles (Ran 5-1) at Nc York (Stone 2-1) Philadelphia (Lonborg 7-5) a Cincinnati (Billingham G 4). N San Francisco (D'Acquislo · 6 or Calriwell 7-3) at PiUsburg (Reuss 5-4), N St. Louis (Sichert G-3) at A lanta (Capra 5-2). N T San Diego (Grief 2-8) at Mo treal (Torre?. 6-4), N League Leaders A A 1 E K I C A N LEAGUE BATTIN'G (!.w al bats) Carew, Miii, .388: R.Jackso Oak. .365. RUN'S--Yastrzemski. Bsn. ! R.Jackson, Oak, 39. RUN'S BATTED IN--Bl roughs. Tex, 55; Mavberrv. K 45. H I T S--Carew. Min, A.Jolinson, Tex. 7fi DOUBLES-Ructi. Oak, Burroughs, Tex. 16. TKIPLES-Riven;, Cal, Darwin, .Min. 5: Campaner Oak, 5; 7 Tied With 4 HO.MERU.N'S-- W . H o r t o Del. la; R.Jackson, Oak, I Mavberrv. KC. 14. S T O L E N BASES--Non Oak. 25: Palek, KC. ''0 PITCHING (6 Decisions) G.Perry. Cle. 11-1, .917. 1 Diago. Bsn, 5-1. .833. 338 Ed dge/. Mil. 5-1. 833. 2 48 STRlKEOUTS-N.Ryan. C !40; Bivleven. Min. £13 NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (135 a! halsl R.Srailh. StL. .373- G a r r A .372. RUNS Wyim, LA, 5(1: Bonds, US Open 2nd Round Lead M A M A U O N K C K . N.Y. (AE») -- It was like a page out of the ' "WJs, Thuro were graying Ar- uUl Palmer and gutsy, little ary Player tied with two oth- r.s Tor the leiui and awesome ack Mcklaus making menao EMOTIONAL SHOT ... With a clenched fist, Arnie Palmer gives vent to his emotion after sinking a birdie putt on the 17th hole of the U.S. Open. Palmer went on to post an even par round oj 70 which with Ms opening round puts him in a tie for the lead. Miller Blows To 75; Plans Less Traveling After Successful Year By BOB G K E E N AP Golf Writer M A M A R O N E C K . N.Y. (AP) -- Johnny M i l l e r almost seemed ID be pleading for und e r s t a n d i n g . 'Tin not superhuman." lie said Friday in the aftermath of fat 75 -- including a horrendous, quadruple-bogey seven t h a t ail but ended his chiiiiccs of ii successful defense of his United States Open Golf crown. "Let's face it," the slend lilond with I lie All-American i)oy good looks said, "I've )laved above my head for the last year. I played probably as iiood as anybody in Hie world." "le pau.sed, reassessed the statement and corrected himself. "I played better t h a n anybody else in the work!. Better than Jack NickUius. Better than Gary Player. For the last year Put noises trotn strokes Aaron Batters St. Louis sallonal player in the game fo the hist 12 months and h, dominated the pro tour up I now. He won the first thrc tournaments of the year -record performance -- then added the titles in two more prestige events, the Tournament of Champions and the Heritage Classic. He has won $203,090 for the year. Now lie's calling a halt fo it, "I won't play much the rest of the year," he said. "I don't know when I'll play again." He definitely will not play in the United States for the next five weeks. And he -may skip the British Open, the next of the Big Four championships and a tournament in which he tied for second last year. "There's an excellent chance ack. The long, lingering shadow oi olf's Big Three again fell cross the 7'Ith U.S. Open C h a m p i o n s h i p at Winged Fool oday. "1 can't consider myself iut,' 'warned Nicklaus, his conscience unbroken by two un- "haracferistic bogey rounds of 5 and 7i. "The weather has leen a piece of cake so far. the weather changes, t could he a real dog-fight." After two days of wrestling vilh the world's finest golfers nd going into the last half ·howdown today and Sunday, he half-century-okl course was i t i l l t h e champion. The challengers were glassy- eyed. Palmer, shooting a 70 reminiscent of his glory years, anil ~*layer, battling back from dis ster with n blazing finish For a 3, were tied at 143 with former 'GA champion Ray Floyd, who lad a 71, and Hale Irwin, 70. Floyd said, "I played over lell and high water, I never shot so poorly and scored well over such a toir^h course." The bespectacled Irwin finished with three straight bogeys. The; three-over-par score wa Ihe highest to lead the Open at the 3G-holc point in IB years. A pair of 24-year-old youngsters who have never won a pro event, Torn Kite, and Tom Watson, were tied at 144. Followed by Forrest Fezler and Bert Yancey. at 145. Defending champion Johnny Miller, this year's leading mon- winner with five victories and more t h a n $200,000, tDOk a quadruple bogey seven on Ihp seventh hole, where he left the ball in a trap three times, for 0 76-75--151. 'I peaked too soon," he said afterwards, "For a year I wa? t lie best i n th e worlrl, be 11 than Nicklaus or Player, but am not superman." Some of the most glittering names in golf didn't survive the 153 cutoff point ·-- England's Tony Jacklin, 154; amatuu: champion Craig Siadler. alsi LrM; former British Open cham pion Bob Charles, who late withdrew, 155; Bill Casper, Ih winner of the Open in 1053, an two-time champion Lee Tre vino, each 15(5. B u t Winged Foot's va u n tc par 70 -- only tied by Playe the first day and unchallengf: by any of the others in the 15( man field -- had to yield to reinforced attack. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Henry Aaron is ... well, as Atlanta Manager Eddie Malh- cws put it, "Aaron is Aaron. What more can I say?" Well, he could say that pitcher Roric Harrison was making like Bad Henry Aaron slammed a Bob Gibson pitch for a solo home run -No, II this year and No. 724 for his career -- and added a run- scoring double while Harrison drilled a two-run homer to power the Braves past St. Louis 6-1 Friday night for their 2flth victory in the last 27 games. In other National League games, the Chicago Cubs outlasted Houston 10-7, Pittsburgh beat San Francisco 4-2, Los Angeles edged the New York Mets 3-2, Cincinnati slugged Philadelphia · 7-4 and San Diego nipped Montreal 5-4. "I've been lucky off Gibson," said Aaron, who has hit eight homers off the Cardinals' ace in his career. "I hit a fastball. He was throwing the ball good but he got it in a bad spot, ' Hank said of his second inning shot That's pretty much what happened with Harrison up in the third. "He hung a slider," the Braves' pitcher explained. "He struck me out on sliders in the first inning and I wasn't going Minnesota Downs Cleveland Rangers Belt Brewers I've been the bpst player world. in the "1 won the U.S. Open, I won the World Cup (in Spain). I won the Lai i com be (in France). I won five tournaments this year. Xobody else 1 has won that much in that length of time. "I was playing over my head. It's ridiculous to t h i n k ' t h a t I could keep up t h a t pace, "I'm just not that gotirl a player." 1 won't in the British Miller has been the most sen-'good time." Open," he said, and explained thai his wife Linda is expecting their third child about that time. "If she wants me homo for moral support about that time. I'll stay home," he said. M i l l e r said his fast start this season killed his desire. "It's like a miler. H he rims the first half in 1:30, he doesn't lifivc anything left for the .second h a l f . " he said. "Oh, f ' l l play the last two rounds here,' he said. "But I'll just be y u k k i n g it up, having a Evert Jumps Into Finals; Solomon To Face Nastase PARIS A P ) -- Chris Evert and Ohia Morozova have played each other five times, and M i ? H Evert has won each But the slakes will be R U N S BATTED IX-- G a r v p v i^S' 1 ^" Sunday when they meet ,A, 53: Wynn. LA, 53: K . S m i t h ' i i n ti!0 f i m i ! of n ' c Frcnctl °P en 1L, 51. ' T e n n i s Tounuiment. LA SIL. HITS--Garr, All. 96: Garvev LA, 81. . DOUBLES--.Maddox. SF 19- R.Smith. StL. IS TRIPLES Garr. At]. A.Oliver. Pah 6 HOME R U X S -- W y n n . LA 17- Schmidt. Phi. 16 STOLEN' BASES -Brock, SlL -10: Cedeno. H t n . 29 PITCHING ( G Dc-cipionO- John. LA. 101. .909. 2.ra R a n LA. 5-1. .833. 2.51 Sosa. SF .',.]' .833. 2.23. " ' Miss F.vert, of Fort Lauder- iili-. Fla. i.s seeking her sec- iml major international criam- Moroxova is jpiunship. Mis.s 0; j a i m i n g for the fir^t big title ever won by a Russian player. She is the first Russian player evor lo roach the f i n a l in Paris, Top pri/s in the women's singles is $8.0(10 out of the $200.01)0 t o i n l prize money. The loser gc:-5 SJ.QOO. Mi?s Evert won her s e m i f i n a l ! match F r i d a y from I Tel t* a Mas- Raquel Giscafre of Argentina 6 3. (i-2. Before playing a gainst each other Sunday, Miss Evert and Miss Morozova will play together today :is partners in the women's doubles fimi! against Gail Chanireau of France and Katja Ebbin^haus of West Ger- THE LEADERS Arnofd Palmer Gary Player Hale Irwin Ray Floyd To in Kite Tom Watson BerL Yancey rank Beard John Buczek Loit Graham Xiegler Eddie Pearce 7 3 - 7 0 M 70-73^14 73-70--14 72-71--R 74-70--14 7.3 71 14 76-09--M 77-69--14 73-73--14 71-75--14 78-68-75-71-14 y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS You really have to hand it lo im Bibby. And when he can't audio it, you have 'to hand it j Steve Foucault. Despite feeling under the 'eather, Bibby started for the 'exas Rangers Friday n i g h t nd pitched strong baseball for ive innings. When Bibby buckled, Manger Billy Martiii brought in iis ace relief pitcher - - and ·'oucault nailed down a 7-2 vie ory over the Milwaukee Brew- ·s. Bibhy held the Brewers coreless until the sixth, when hey scored a run on singles by 3ave May, Don Money and Johnny Briggs. Focault t h e n ^amc in to retire the side and vielded just one run the rest of he way. In the other American .eague games, the Minnesota Twins downed the Cleveland In dians 8-2; the Baltimore Orioles nipped the Chicago White Sox 2-1; the Kansas City Royals turned back the Detroit Tigers 4-3; the New York Yankees .rinnned the Oakland A's 5-1 and the California Angels defeated the Boston Red Sox 4-3 in 15 innings. Twins 8, Indians 2 Eric Soderholm's grand slam home run capped a seven-run explosion in the t h i r d inning that carried Minnesota over Cleveland. The big inning started with consecutive singles by Glen Borgmann, I.uis Gomez. Jerry Terrell and Larry Hisle off Bob Johnson. 3-3. The Cleveland starter retired the next two bai- ters but Steve Braun also singled for the third run of the inning, then Craig Kusick walked to load the bases. Summer Baseball Continues Play Little and Pee Wee League action continued Friday night at Walker Park. In Little League action Trans Video defeated Red Ball 7-4. Handy Salsbury was the winning hurler while Scott Cox absorbed the loss. Travis Trumho doubled for Trans Video while Blaks Kinsey doubled for Red Ball. 1st Federal, Mcllroy Bank Claim Wins Observer Moves To 10-2 Win The Washington County Ob server routed Interstate Sys terns of Rogers 10-2 in imlus- trial League Softball action played at the City Park Friday evening. RakKvin won the first game 9 0 by f o r f e i t . With the score tied 2-2 Greg Snowden led off the third inning wilh a triple and scored on a ingle by Norm Debryin. After a w a l k and an I'rror loaded the bases AIvy Early tripled to clear the bases. Then after another error Bill Bninner delivered a two nm single to cap a six run rally that broke the game open. Tom Tisdalc hit his f i f t h home run of the season with the ba-es empty in the f i f t h inning. Bill Bninner combined with J.D. Hash for the win while Dewey Can 1 was charged with the loss. Babe R u t h action continued Friday evening with two games on the schedule. First Federal bounced First National Bank 21-12, Terry Far ley was the winning hurler while Steve Walkins absorbed the loss. Wes Lamb doubled for Firsi Federal while singles came from Farley, Bill Amrnons. Tim Clark, Lamb. Ricky Baird. Matt Blake . Billy Bolinger, Randi Drake and Terry Salsbury. Joe West doubled for First Nationa' while Mark JMahaffey, Ronnie Stratton, West and Sam Pitts al! added singles. In the second contest McIIroj Bank trimmed UCT 8-6. Joe Holt was the winning hurler while Randall Keen was charged with the loss. Holt tripled while Todd par ter. Charles Ferguson. M i k e Sadnavitch and Steve Coker singled for Ifcllroy. Mike Green ripled for UCT, Ned Parette doubled while Jimmy Gate Keen and Jon Phillips produced singles. Cravens moved past Kellcj Brothers 9-7. Ronnie Robertson was the winning pitcher ant eorge Flowers the loser. Mark lordan doubled for the winner while Flowers doubled for Kell 3 ['others. The Jaycees blanked Holsum Bread 16-0. Steve Guthrie doubled for the Jaycees. Coca Cola put together a bi_ 28-3 victory over Lewis Fore Jimmy Steele and Terry LittI both had doubles for the losers In Pee V/ee League game the Sequoyah Kiwanis droppei JC Penney's 7-4. Lee Houstoi was the winning hurler an Fred Foust the loser. P u rv i s H orto n bes ted Lew i Brothers 13-8. Rich, Schisle picked up the win while Dari Strange was nniled with the d font. · Devvaid Miller, Joh McChristian and Kevin Johnso tripled for Purvis while Kevi horn ered for Lew i s Brothe r while Strange and David Jone ad tied doubles. Mets Acquire Aker NEW YORK -- The Ne' York Mets announced the ai quisition of veteran right-ham ed relief pitcher Jack Ake from the Atlanta Braves in straight cash deal. Three-Under-Por 69 i MEDINA, Ohio -- Sue Rob-j erts shot a thrce-under"-par 69 for a one - stroke l e a d over · IIP PRINT 34 East Center Phone: 521-6472 Business Cards, Letterheads, Envelopes, Business Forms, Tickets, Posters, Flyers, Menus, Memo Pads, Church Bulletins, Calendars, Invitations and so on and so fast . . . Ken Sanders relieved Johnson d Soderholm greeted him :h the grand-slam over the t field fence, his fifth homer the baseball season. Orioles 2, White Sox I Tommy Davis singled in the ing run and Jim Fuller's base t produced the game-winer a two-run eighth inning thai rried Baltimore past Chi go. 'Xoyals 4, Tigers S Successive f i f t h inning h o m e ns by John Mayberry and al McRae gave Kansas C i t j victory over Detroit. Yankees 5, A's 1 Bill Sudakis drove in three ins with a home run and a iuble to lead New York ove limping Oakland. The A's los eir fourth game in a row am xth in their last seven. Angels 4, Red Sox 3 Denny Doyle ended a mara on. four-hour game with in-scoring double in the 15th ning, giving California its vie ry over Boston. Mickey Hi\ s lined a one-out single of nis Tiant, 8-6. w h o had out sted California's Nolan Ryan nd then scored on Doyle' oubte into the left field corner Ryan had pitched brilliantl ntil departing after 13 innings he California ace struck out 19 utters, two short of the major ·ague record for extra-inning nines. 0 let it happen again. I swunf t the first pitch." . Cubs 10, Astros 7 Burt Hoolon, a pitcher who .asn't hitting well, became a itter who wasn't pitching well n the Cubs' victory over Hous- m. He doubled -- his first hit of he year in 27 at bats -- to start seven-run t h i r d inning a n d ompleted the explosion with a un-scoring single. But perhaps tie hitting took the pitching out 1 him. After Chicago built an 8-3 ead, Houston bombed the Chiago starter from the mound with a four-run fourth, three of hem coming on Bob Watson's lomer. Pirates 4, f.iants 2 Dock Ellis stuck fo pitching jnd let the Pittsburgh hitters lo their share. Ellis pitched a our-hittcr and got help from lichie Zisk. who belted a two- un double, and Willie Stargcll. vho slugged his 10th homer of he year. Dodgers 3, Mets Z Tom Paciorek drove in two runs with a triple and a single o help the Dodgers beat New York and snap only their sec- md three-game losing streak ot the year. Reds 7, Phils t Mike Schmidt both helped and hurt the Phillies. He helped by belting two home runs -but he hurt by making a costly error in Cincinnati's six-run third inning which ultimately gave the Reds the victory. Padres 5, Expos 4 Dcrrel Thomas drove in four San Diego runs with an inside- the-park homer and a single in the Padres's victory over the Expos. TERMITES? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants, Spiden, etc. COMMERCIAL . RESIDENTIAL, · 442-7798 NORTH and SOUTH SMORGASBORD ALL THE PIZZA and SALAD You Can Eat $145 1 MONDAY 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. BRING THE KIDS Only lOc Per Year of Age JoAnne Garner Medina Open. in the $42.500 TR1-LAKES ANTENNA Soles and Service New u»d Antennas Color · Black A wnit* Bortters · Tower* Free Cttimatn 751-792 J 7!1-M« 751-0257 STRIKEOUTS -- Seavcr, X Y, I I h o f f of West G e r m a n y "v 5 6-1 103: Carllon. 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