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Sandra Post Takes Medina Open Lead MEDINA, Ohio (AP) -- Sandra Post, the 1968 LPGA champion, battled miserable elements for a one-undcr-par 71. Saturday's only sub-par effort, to seize the 36-hole lead in the $42,500 Medina Open. The 25-year-old Canadian !.,,- twe survived winds gusting to 30 miles per hour, thunder, lightning and heavy rain for a :ar race. The graying, 143 total over the «,200-yard Weymouth Country Club course. Thunder and lightning pended play for nearly soggy Valley sus- \A hours with all of the leaders still on the course. Gloria Ehret, 32-year-old veteran from Dallas, swept into second place, fashioning a 73 for a 144 total. Pam Barnett. 30, from Charlotte, N.C.. was third at 145, shooting 74. First-day leader Sue Roberts ·took a fat 40 on the back nine, ballooned to a 77 and was tied for fourth place with JoAnne Carner and Sandra Haynie. Mrs. Carner, winner of three of the last four tour stops, had a 76--her highest score in weeks. Miss Haynie had a 74. Miss Post's was the lone sub- par total in the field of 66 professionals and six amateurs. It took a score of 162 or lower to make the cut to the final round Sunday. Miss Post, who has won less than $14,000 in 1974, rammed in birdies on three, five and 18 to offset bogeys at seven and nine. No one else could even match par under the horrible weather conditions. Miss Post said she didn't let the wind bother her. "I just avoided any trouble and putted well." said the blonde, who now lives in Bovnton Beach. Fla. A purse 'of $5.700 is at slake in this new event. CAMBRIDGE JUNCTION,I Mich. (AP) -- David Pearson laced his Mercury in the front- 'ow pole position Saturday and ecame a heavy favorite to win his third motor State 400 stock _ . _ 39-year-old hree-time stock car champion will be at the head of a 36car pack when the ISO-lap, $36,350 race begins Sunday. If good weather prevails, rack officials say there could » a sellout crowd of about 55,000. The weather forecasters say. however, there is a strong chance of showers. Pearson, winner of 19 super- speedway races in 34 starts since joining the Wood brothers Mets Sign Four More . NEW YORK (AP) -- The New York Mets announced Saturday the srgning of four more players selected in baseball's June free agent draft. Agreeing to terms were outfielder Antonio Castro of National City, Calif., outfielder Steve Garrison of San Diego, catcher Bruce Gustafson ol Golden Valley, Minn., and outfielder William Beno of Riverview, Fla. One Stroke Lead SAPPORO. Japan (AP) -- Tor-u Nakamrua of Japan sho a one-under-par 71 Saturday and clung to a one-stroke lead o v e r countryman Takash M u r a k a m i in the $71,400 Sap poro Open Golf Tournament. Nakamura totaled 21)9 after three rounds, seven-undcr-par on the 6,945-yard, par-72 Mako manai Country Club course. For Motor State 400 Pearson Crabs Pole Spot team in May 1972, circled the national speedway at an average speed of 156.423 miles per hour in winning the pole position. It was the 22nd pole triumph for the easygoing veteran in a career spanning 15 years, and his 15th since taking over the Wood Brothers machine from A.J. Foyt two years ago. Pearson won the Motor State in 1972 and 1973 and the Yankee 400 oh the same track in 1972. If he wins again Sunday, his 1974 record would be four victories, two seconds, a third and two dropouts. The other front-row position went to Cale Yarhorough in a Chevrolet with a speed of 155.635 m.p.h. Yarfcorough, I about two hours, resulting in » stocky, blond veteran, is the season's top money and events winner. Second-row starters will be Buddy Baker in a Ford and Richard Petty in a Dodge. Baker's speed was 155.487 m.p.h. and Petty's 154.736. Dannie Allison will start * Chevrolet in the fifth position. He qualified at 153.886 m.p.h. while Gary Bettenhausen, a top regular on the United States Auto Club big car circuit, placed his Matador sixth with a speed of 153.685. An early morning hailstorm delayed the start of an otherwise crowded qualifying day slight drop in lap speeds. Bobby Allison, oldest of the two driving brothers from Hueytown. Ala., qualified his Chevrolet poorly, and will start 14th in the field, he needs to win only $359 to become stock car racing's third $1 million career winner. Petty and Pearson are the others. Pearson won last year's Motor City 400 at an average speed of 153.485 m.p.h. The unusually high average resulted from a caution-free 200 laps. Sunday's race was cut from 400 miles to 360 because of the gasoline situation. It will go 180 laps, instead ol the usual 200. Phil.y Eases Past Cincy CINCINNATI (AP) -- Phila- elphia's Jim Lonborg fired a ve-hitter for his fourth con- ecutive victory Saturday night, eading the Phils to a 5-2 victo- y over the Cincinnati Reds. It was the fifth consecutive omplete game for Lonborg, 8. The 1967 American League .y Young Award winner also hipped in offensively as he napped an O-for-28 streak with fourth-inning double and a ixth-inning single. The Phillies jumped on Jack Billingham, 6-5, for a pair of uns in the first inning on three ingles, a walk and a throwing rror by Reds second baseman oe Morgan. They made it 3-0 n the third on Dave Cash's eadoff double, an infield out College Club Wins Laugher And Thriller RL'SSELLVILLE -- Rick Taylor's two-out base hit in the "ifth. inning gave Fayelteville Jollege C l u b a 1-0 viotory over Jussellville and a sweep of heir American Legion double- leader Saturday. Taylor was .he winning pitcher as College ^lub breezed, 17-2, in the first jame. Russellville right-hander R a n d y Hightower pitched Derfect ball through four in tings of the nightcap, before Jackie Davis led off the fifth a walk. Davis scooted t second on a wild pitch ant scored on Taylor's hit, after Hightower had struck out Bob Stephens and Mark Prenger. College Club got only one other hit in the game. Brian Holt was just as sharp as High .ower, allowing three hits m( LWO walks and striking out five [Inlt pitched seven tilings for the first time this year in racking up the shutout ant pushing his record lo 3-1. In the opener, College Club put the game away with an 11 run fifth, highlighted by Don McFarland's grand slam home Davis and Rick Tunic each went three-for-three il that game, with Davis driving in five runs. Rick Karnbacl was two-for-four with three RBIs. Karnbach squelched the onls Russellvillc threat in the sccom game with a good fielding pla at first base. He spotted a Russellville player trying tr score from second base on bunt single and gunned bin dowti at the plate. Taylor gave up four hits am three walks while striking on six in the first game. Both rim scored against him wcr unearned, lie was backed h; 17 hits, including two each b seven of the nine hatters in th lineup. Taylor is now 2-0 fo the year. College Club, 11-2, will cnrr a nine-game winning'streak inl today's iwinbill against Pocola Okla!. set lo begin at 1 p.m at Legion Field in Fayetteville ANAHEIM (AP) -- Fire-1 Friday night 4-3 on Denny lalling Nolan Ryan struck i~l. \ Doyle's run-scoring double. 9 Boston batters in a 15-in'-*» When Ryan left the mound, marathon and came close to u.- he was only two strikeouts lablishing two records--most short of the record for an ex- trikeouts in an extra-inning game and a personal mark for lumber of pitches in a single Angels won the game Ryan Nearly Sets Mound Records ;ame. The tra-inning game. Ex-Washington pitcher Tom Cheney fanned 21 Baltimore Orioles in a 16-inning game on Sept. 12, 1962. Last season the right-hander Frazier And Quarry Ready For 12-Round Bout Monday NEW YORK (AP) -- Joe _'razier and Jerry Quarry, two heavyweights at the crossroads of their careers, will meet in a 2-round heavyweight fight Monday night at Madison Square Garden. Another man on the spot will e former champion Joe Louis, scheduled to be the referee. The choice of Louis as referee has been a subject of con- .roversy ever since it was announced iresirient Teddy Brenner, Madison Square Jardcn Boxing, Inc. Some critics have questioned .he CD-year-old Brown Bomber's ability to handle a big light, but the New York State Athletic Corn-mission has given its approval and both fight camps have said Louis is acceptable to them. The winner of this fight, the first half of a closed-circuit television douhleheader, will be the top challenger lo the winner of the African adventure between champion George Foreman and Muhammad AH in September. "My next step is 'going back to the championship," said Fra zicr. But a defeat, which would be his third in four fights, probably will end the 30-year-old ex- champ's fighting career. A defeat wouldn't necessarily derail Quarry's drive to the top, but it would underscore his nability to "win the big ones." :t also would damage his bar- iaining power for big purses. LOST TO ELLIS Quarry lost to Jimmy Ellis i 1968 in a bid for the World Box- ng Association title, was stopped by Frazier in seven rounds in 1969 when Frazier was recognized as champion by six states, and was stopped ,wice by AH. The fight is scheduled to start at 10 p.m., EDT. and will be ollowed by Bob Foster's light h e a v y w e i g h t title defense against Jorge Ahumada at Albuquerque, N.M. The crowds at each fight see the other rout on television. Frazier is guaranteed $400,000 against 40 per cent of all income. Quarry is guaranteed $225,000 against 2211 per cent. Brenner has estimated a Garden crowd of 15,000 and a live gate of SBOD.OOO. Both fights will be seen at 188 closed-circuit locations in the United States and Canada and live in Argentina, Venezuela Brazil, Peru. Mexico, Co lomhia, Japan, Korea and th Philippines and on tape in several other countries, according to Bob Arum, president of Top Rank, Inc., which handles the ancillary rights. It will he Frazier's first figh since he lost he lost a unani mous decision to Ali in their 12 round rematch last Jan. 28. Sears 3 Days Only! 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If the tire ia urvaerviceabl* du« to any of thn above cauaca before 10% of the (uarmntcrd mileage ia received, the replacement or refund wilt be made with no charge for milca go received. NaB posclurta wilt bo repaired at no cbairgd. r,!»rantt »rc!les 1° I»M on wUKSw used tor private hmlly pur[xw«. Tb» and A.HO Northwest Arkansas Plasa Highway 71 North Between FayetteriHe anA SpringdaU Shop Sear* Auto Center 8:30 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Mon.-Sat. d 383 strikeouts, breaking the ajor league record held by ndy Koufax of the Los Anges Dodgers. Meanwhile, Ryan also \vas- ooting for another record, hich resulted in an unusual nversation when Angels' anager Bob Winkles told van in the 12th inning: That's it." 'But I haven't broken my ecord yet," Ryan said. "Just e moro inning, okay?" Record? What record de anded Winkles. Ryan beamed: "Most pitches a game." So he got another inning--bu! ill fell short of his "record" most pitches in a single ame, 242, set last season in a ame at Detroit. Friday night e threw 235 pitches--stretch ut by his 10 walks. R e 1 i o v c r Barry Raziano icked up the victory--his firs i the majors -with two perfec nnings after Ryan left. Gridder Signs EDMONTON (AP) -- Run ing back Earl Denny, whi layed three years for the Min esota Vikings of the Nationa oothall League, signed Satur ay with the Edmonton Es imos of the Canadian Footbal eague. V/3% We h»ve a savings program and Interest rate to meet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 291 N. East Avenue M»i1hw«)«l Arfcamo* TIMES, Sun., lun» 16, 1974 · 3B , Mike Schmidt's sacrifice Lonborg aided his own cause n the fourth when his first ex- ra-base hit of the season--a ·loop double down the left-field me--drove in Bill Robinson. Johnny Bench, who earl._ intended his hitting streak to 11 [ames with a single in the first nning, broke up Lonborg's hutout bid in the sixth inning vith a solo homer, his 13th of he season. That blast ended scoreless string of 19 innings or Lonborg. The Reds got their other run after two were out in the ninlh Dan Driessen's triple 'erry Crowley's single. and Alan Shepard Presents Lunar Golf Club To US Association MAMARONECK, N.Y. (AP) -- The U.S. Open players who complain t h a t Lawrence of Arabia would be In his element with the myriad bunkers of Winged Foot Golf Club might try Alan Shepard's l u n a r golf club. "The moon is one great big sand rtap," the Apollo 14 astronaut said Saturday at Winged Foot after presenting the club to the U.S. Golf Association for its museum. Shepard made the six-iron from an aluminum and teflon "contingency sample handle," used for collecting moon dust, and a specially-fitted head and used it on the lunar surface during the February 1971 Apollo space mission. Although all the balls he hit sailed into eternity on the moon more than three years ago. Shepard confirmed he was in as much trouble as some of the players at Winged Foot. "The first one went about 200 yards," he said. "The second one I shanked and il went about 40 or 50 yards." Not bad for a one-handed swing, since he couldn't get both hands on the club because of his inflated pressure suit. But he spoiled the image by pointing out to everyone that by earth standards, the 200-yard shot would he a piddling 33 yards. Even then he didn't recover the golf balls. By now he figures they've disintegrated because of the extreme temperatures. "Hopefully they have," Shepard said. "No one knows Ina trade name of them, not even my wife. It's a secret 1 plan to take to my grave." Reichle Promoted LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Art Reichle, baseball coach at UCLA for 30 years, gave up the job Friday and was named an assistant to Athletic Director J.D. Morgan. TERMITES? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Boachey Ants, Spiden, etc. COMMERCIAL 4 . RESIDENTIAL.' 442-7298 HARD TIMES CALL FORA TOUGH CAR. A Volvo is the answer. The body is welded into one solid piece. The roof pillars have supported over eight tons. 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