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Northwwt ArknnxH TIMIS, Men., Jun« 17, f974 '««·""···-, * RK *NS*t mini iiiiiini inn iiBfiiiiiiin itisiuim MI niiniiiiinn msn Professional Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pel. GB 35 25 31 29 Boston Cleveland Detroit Baltimore Milwaukee New }'ork 31 29 30 30 29 29 32 32 West 33 29 32 30 30 30 27 29 25 33 27 36 .574 .517 .517 .51)1) .500 .500 .532 .516 .500 .482 .431 .429 al Oakland Texas Kansas City Chicago Minnesota California Sunday's Kesulls Minnesota 31, Cleveland 0-3 Detroit 3. Kansas City 2, I I inings Chicago 9, Baltimore 1 New York 5. Oakland 3 Boston 7. California 4 .Milwaukee 4. Texas 3 Monday's Games -Minnesota ( A l b u r y 2-5) Baltimore (Cucllar 8-3), N Chicago (J. Henderson 0-0) al Cleveland (G. Perry 11-1), Detroit (Fryman 33) al Texas (Jenkins 7-7, N New York (Pagan 0-1 at California (Tanana 4 8 , N Boston (Drago 5-1) at Oakland ( H a m i l t o n 4-1. N Only games scheduled N A T I O N A L L E A G U E East W I. ;« 29 31 29 28 27 25 32 24 34 24 3(i West ·14 20 Philaphia St. Louis Montreal Chicago Pitssburgh New York I'd. .532 .517 .509 .43! .'114 Am Los Angeles '14 20 .688 Pittsburgh 24 34 .414 7 Atlanta 35 27 .565 8 Houston 32 32 .5(10 12 San Fran 31 3 .470 14 San Diego 26 42 .382 20 Sunday's 'HesiiUs Pittsburgh 4. San Francisco 3 Los Angeles 7. New York 1 Montreal 9, San Diego 8 SI. Lonis C, A t l a n t a 3 10 in- Chicago 2, Houston 1, nings Cincinnati 5. Philadelphia 0 .Monday's Games San Diego (Jones 3-11 at Chicago (Frailing 5-5) Los Angeles (Sutlon (j.S) al Pittsburgh (Rrett 7-4), N Atlanta (N'iekro 7-4 or Krausse 1-2) at New York (Parker 1-5). N Montreal (Rogers 7 6 ) at Cinc i n n a t i (Norman 55). N Houston (Wilson 3-4) at Philadelphia (Carllnn 9-4). N San Francisco (Barr 3 3 ) at St. Louis (Curtis 4 6 ) . N Cincinnati 35 25 .583 7 League Leaders A M E R I C A N L E A G U E BATTING (150 at bills)-Carew, Min, .396; R.Jackson, Oak, .;155, RUNS--Vastrzemski, Rsn, 41; RJackson, Oak, 41; JIavbcrry, KC, 39. ' RUNS RATTED IN--lilir- roughs. Tex. 55; Rurii. Oak, -17. H I T S-Carew. A.Johnson. Tex. 78. DOUBLES--Rucli. Burroughs. Tex, 16. TRIPLES-Rivers. -Min, Oak. Cal. 5; THE WINNER .. .Hale Irw'm imtchcs Ms drive from the eighth hole at Winded Font golf course en route lo his victory in the U.S. Open Youth Center Tracksters Qualify For State Meet KfJSSEI.LVILLE -- Tlic Fay- clteville Youth Center track leain of C o H c h Donnie Cook ( n u l l i f i e d 1!) members for the AAU Junior Olympic state meet, in a qualifying meet here Saturday. The top four finishers in cacti event qualified for the slate meet, which will be held at Arkansas Tech Stiidiuni here this Saturday. Jackie Menifec took f i r s t place in the long jump. M-yard dash and 100-yard clash in the Babe Ruth Plays Full Weekend Slate Six nabe R u t h games w e r e played Saturday at Fayclte- villc's Industrial Park f i e l d with First National Bank, Me- Uroy ' ~ Ilroy alink. Eason " Co. IGA and Collier's claiming victories. In the first game' First National lopped UCT 12-9. Ronnie Stratton wa.s the winning pitcher and Marly McN'eal t h e Joser. S a m PiUs tripled a s M a r k M a h a f f e y and Pitts added doubles to the winmn goffensivc. Teammates Joe West. T. R. Stewart, Quinton Harrison and Melton N e w m a n singles. Kendall hied for UCT all produced nine-year-old boys division, did Nina Menifee in the nine- year old girls division. Three girls qualified in the 10-11 age group. Mary Beth Painter placed first in the high jump and 440-yard dash and second in the long jump. Karen Conrow was first in the l o n g jump. 100-yard "clash and 220- yard clash. Shcrri Phillips fin ishcd first in Ihe 50-yarn* dash and third in (he 100. Also in thelQshlulgp.ag-n Also in the 10-11 age group, throe boys qualified for Fayetteville. Travis Trumbo took first in the high jump and Ion; jump antl fourth in the 100-yar dash. Grccr Woodruff and Reggie Perry placed second and Ihirc] respectively in tbe long jump, Riving FYC a one- Iwo-threc sweep in that event. Five boys qualified in Ihe 1213 division. Kevin Painter won Ihe mile run. Jay Triimbo was second in the 440. Mark While took second in both tbe 220 and 880. Trent Trmnbo finished f o u r t h in both Ihe 220 and high jump, and Larry Long placed second in the long jump and fourih in the 880. Jn (he girls 14-15 division, Peggy Knox finished second in the 440 and fourih in the 220. In the same ago group for hoys. Blake Murphy won the 100 and 220, Doug Taylor was second in the 880 and Jimmy Stewart third in the 880. Karen Sargent of West Fork won the long jump. 100 and 440 in the girls 16-17 group. In lhat group for boys, Tony Treat won the 440. K e c i while clou Mike Green John Phillips Keen, Necl Parette. Jlark Parker. McNeal and Mike Whiteheacl all singled. Mcllroy Bank skipped past Collier's 4-1, Charles Ferguson was Ihe winning hurler while David Gardner was charged with the loss. Jimmy Luper doubled for Mcllroy while Todcl Darter, Charles Ferguson and Sieve Make-Up Games Played In LL, Pee Wee League Four make-up Little League Darwin. M i n , 5: Campancris, Oak, 5: 7 Tied With 4. HOMERUNS -- W. M o r t o n Del. 15; Mayberry. KC, 15: R.Jackson, O a k . 15: D.Allen, Chi. 13: Burroughs. Tex, 13 S T O L E N BASES--N'orlh, Oak. 2R: Patek. KC. 20. PITCHING (6 Decisions)-- G.Perry. Cle. 11-1, .917. 1 33 Drago, Bsn.-5 1.3 , 83383.8 DraM. ESII. 5-1, 833. 3 38 STRIKEOUTS-N.Ryan. Cal. 1-10; Blyleven. Min. 96. NATIONAL L E A G U E BATTING (150 at bats)-- RSmilh. StL, .376; G a r r , A t l . .375. RUNS--Wynn. LA. 51: Bonds. SF. 50. Hosfciris double:! for RUXS BATTED IN- Carvev, while Jay Honeycult. LA. 55: Wyn. LA. 53. ' I H a r r i m a n . David Penninglonu,,,",,, HITS--Garr. All i o n - G a r - l a n d Hoskins singled Ra'.iriyi, vev. LA. 81: Maddox. SF. 84. [Drake doubled ' for First ! loss - DOUBLES--.Vaddox. SF. 19- | National as Terry Salsbury Two outslandin and three Pee Wee Cokcr singled for Mcllroy. J i m ! League contests were plaved llcrringlou. Garv Bowcri. Daran SnhirH»i- -,( Waller n,,.t- " T Johnson. Skeeler Thomas a n d l , , , '' f l V a l k c r F a ; k - In David Gardner singled for the | tlc closcst LL game. Mcllroy losers. i B a n k out-hit Lewis Ford eight Eason's won the third game! to five and won 8-7. The most 'i s , "'·' sl'I'P^ Past First lopsided tecleral 10-9. Ty Hoskings was ,, winning pitcher while . ln the games game saw Campbell- ell blank Fayelteville Plumb. ,, R a n d y Drake absorbed the loss. | ln " ·'"· Marc Jones spun the "-- '-=-- - ' -- · - · - · - K.isonsi shutout for Campbell-Bell and K o n n y j w a s supported by Carlos York's le run. Steve Day took th. Schmidt. Phi. 16. STOLEN BASES- Brock, StL. 40: Cedeno. Htn. 29. PITCHING (6 Decisions)-Ji picked up (he vicolry w h i l e ! Video attack Mike Taylor was charged w i t h ! Pitcher Jerry Shackelford th r,}°f r w . .. . aitied h i s mvn TM"se »'«'' two Greg Gebhart was the big gun!singles and a double as Hohum Scores THE RESULTS Hale Irwin $35.000 Forrest Fc-zler $18,000 Bert Yancey 111,500 Lou Graham $11,500 Tom Watson $8.000 A r n o l d Palmer {8,000 Jim Colbert $8,000 Gary Player $5,500 Tom Kite $5,500 Bud Allin $3,750 Jack Nicklaus $3,750 73-70-71-73-287 75-70-74-70-28S] 76-69-73-72--2 Alto. Phillip?. Mike Taylor and i In Poe Wee action. Exchan Danny Walters singled. .Club edged Moore's Chapel 7-6 in games played Sunday il.oris Stanlon nipped Medical C o l l i e r s blanked First N a t i o n a l ! A r t s 4-3 and Hardee's out' !0-0. Duane Dunn was Ihe slugged Northwest Candv 11-8 «'"i»i5 Pitcher while M a r k Andy Co/art doubled f o r E\M a h a f f e y was charged with the change Club and Kevin Phillips, -\Iike Kossover and losing pil- ... . ; | cher Stu Brown each tripled for uaran Jonnson produced an'Moore's. Treat outdneled Bill Medical Arts ' inside t h e park h o m e r u n f o r M i k e , , t Colliers. Eddie Osburn tripled Newport of Medical Arts by 71 71 74 -n_9on i TM= lc . d \ a , nd Terr y Law-son pitching a no-hitter. Treat' was (l-o-(4-,0-290,also smglrd for the winners, I backed by Donny Gilbrealh's -itkmr, had the only hit i double and singles by Kent N n . i o n a l . a double. [Reading and Trey Hoskins 73 70 73 7t^9? " -- · " k -- PPCd PaS ' f '° r Ifardce ' s ' 7 3 7 1 6 0 7 9 W a n-bi-ii--iu f 2JEason's )-4. Max Thomas 'wa'sicsta^IisM'somclortVrecord , ! ?fjyi" n !, n ?K hu i rJu . i1 ! ne , I i enn - v b, 1 ' s t r i k i n g out n i n e baiters ,n 72-77-69-71--292-Harriman absorbed the loss. : Jimmy Lupcr doubled while /O-(3-77-73--293. Charles Ferguson. Joe Holl, three innings. He gave up one hr- in earning Ihe decision over Alan DeVault. Allen Foster f i n - ished up for Hardee's. Jimmy Little tripled and Bruce Wood and Rnsseil Lewis singled for . - . i t h e winners. Bobbv Sheffield - - - c r c n ,rJ a - , B r a i Jic ' rsman all collected tripled and singled "for N o r t h - /»-/J-(6-69--291]sioglts for Eason's. |west Candy. ,,..,,,, ... /4-,0-n-,2-2S3 Mik , e Dillard and Mike Sadna- vitcn pounded singles for Mcll- iR~-\ini ;r, f ? y ' - i t i v Ir ° ne ' cutt ' H a r r l m a n . i6-.l-i4.73-M David Penmgton, Rooert E a s l e r i While Others Stagger Irwin Capture: Crown M A M A R O N U C K . N,Y. ( A P ) LEttlios and gentlemen, introducing the new Open golf champion of the United Slates: f l u t e Irwin. "Hale who?" "1 nm not a hirdie m a c h i n e like Jack Nicklaus and Tom Wciskopf," s a i d the clerkish- looking. 29 year-old from Joplin. Mo., alter scoring one'cf the biggest surprises in the 83-year hi.story of Amcrica's premier gotf championship Sunday. "I like courses where pars and hirdies don't come easy. I just plug along and wait for others lo make mistakes. I have something the others don't have and I hope to capitalize on jt." "That was a big tournament--winning it docs a lot for my ego. Hut I'm not going to change. There will he a reckoning, a re-evaluation." Now that I've won one, T want to do something bigger Like iwo major championships. "Nicklaus has won 14. Thai's not a bad goal, is it?" Patience and a low key defensive attitude enabled Inwin to survive while the greatest champions of the game struggled! vainly and even collapsed n ;» four-day wrangle with a tv 9fil-yard monster called Winged Fool. Irwin's final round 73 for a 72-hole total of 287, seven over par, was two strokes better Lhan a second longshot, Forrest "Fuzzy" Fezler, w h o fired 70 [or 289, with Bert Yancey and Lou Graham, following with Amateur Title FORTCAWL, Wales -- American champion Carol Semple of Sowickley, Pa., captured the British Women's Amateur golf championship Saturday, defeating England's Angela BonaHack 2-and-l in the 18 hole final. 290, What happened to Arnold Planner, Jack Nicklaus, G a r y Player and other titans of the game? Palmer, 41, starting the final round three shots off the lead, had seven bogeys and a single birdie for a 7G. He f i n - ished at 292, lied with Jim Colbert antl the Si-hole leader, young Tom Watson, who blew lo a 79. The reigning Masters cluirn- pion. Player, who led after IB arid shared the lead n( 308, never found the track and f i n i s h e d at 293. Nicklaus rallied with a last round (i!» hut pnsled 291, I I over par, saying. "H's a great course, I just never got to playing well." The defending champion. Johny Miller, who electrified the game with a record G3 in w i n n i n g a year ago at L;ik- mrml, Pa., closed with a 77 for 302. Five former champions didn't s u r v i v e the cut. Only two players broke 90 ami «nlv 25 were able lo beat aoo. Irwin played it (.myTM-never f r e t t i n g , never fussing, never Challenges Fall Short US Open Disappoints Many M A M A R O N E C K . NY ( A P ) --i Gary Player proved lo ho a prophet. "This will be a week of disappointment," t h e South A f r i can predicted five days ago when tic took the lead in the first round of Ihc United States Open Golf Championship. "There will be many, many disappointments for many, many people." he said. H was the most accurate statement of ttie week. Player, the gentleman ranch- · from Johannesburg, didn't get past second base in his bid for a home r u n of golf--winning the Masters. U.S. Open, British Open and PGA titles all in one year. lie was standing on it. He won the Masters. He led after the first round of the Open anil was tier! for it after the second. Rut lie blew it with a 77 in Saturday's third round and struck out with a 73-293 and a tie for eighth Sunday. Arnold Palmer, the perem'al sentimental favorite who \vas gunning for his first major title 10 years: Jack Nicklaus, going for a recot'd-etjunlling four U.S. Open crowns: Ii2 year-old .Sam K n e a d , seeking the only major title ever to elude h i m ; Johnny Miller, looking to cop consecutive Open lilies for ;he first time since Ben Ilogan in Hi5fl-51, and youngsters Forrest Fezlcr and Tom Watson, often challengers but never w i n n e r s oil Ihe pro [our, all wore bitterly disappointed. Sucnd, w i n n e r of more t h a n 100 tournaincnls in his career but never champion of the Open, dicln'l even get .slarled. He qualified to compelc bul withdrew before play began with a bad back. Palmer. 44, charged, to the cheers of bis army, through three rounds, lie was only three strokes o f t Hie pace afler 18 holes and was in a four-way lie for the lead afler 31}. He still was only three in back of the leader .siarliug Uu 1 final round. But llic Open chainpiun o[ 1%0 bngeycd seven holes and birdicd onlv one for a 7(-202. lie f i n i s h e d lied for fiflh. Nickiaus, who won in 19H2, 19G6 and 1072, "played bad golf" w i t h rounds of 70-7 l-7(i. lie tamed his game for a f i n a l round liil--but .was too far back to challenge and finished tier! for [Olh. Miller never got off the ground, either. He had rounds of 76-75-7'l-77--302, and admitted lie had lost, some of Ihe comp e t i t i v e edge since w i n n i n g throe in a row al the .start of the season. lie finished lied for lialli. Fezler, who put fear into w i n - ner !I;i!o Tnvin by coming back fro msix .strokes to within one l a t e in flic f i n a l round, has threatened before hut never won. lie bogeycd tile f i n a l hole Sunday, and finished witk a 2IS9--again as the runcr up. And Watson, also 21 at is Ke/.- ler. has been second only twice in his two year career. [!e was in Ihe lead going i n t o Ihe final round hut staggered in w i t h a 70 and finished with a 202, tied for f i f l h . going in front until the ninth hole of the final round when he rolled in a weaving snake o[ 4(1 feet. "That was the pull t h a t lurned it in my direction," he said. Irwin's victory, .with a first pri/e of $35,000 and perhaps a million in ancillary proceeds, came as no surprise to h i m . His only other lour victories were the Heritage Classic in 1S72 and 1973. "1 had a dream about three weeks ago Unit I would win llio Open," he told skeptical newsmen. "H's Ihe Gospel t r u t h , t told my wife. Sally, about it but I wouldn't dare tell anybody else." "f knew the course was d i f f i cult," he said. "I couldn't expect lo slay under par. So 1 decided to play for par and let the others make the mistakes." It was sound strategy. COMPLETE LINE Of BUILDING MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS at DISCOUNT PRICES BANKAMERICARD-MASTER CHARGE WFICOMC DELIVERY SERVICE ALSO IMEW HOMES AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS KELLEY BROTHERS LUMBER 2401 NORTH GREGG OM West lo-.vnsliip Ji North Grcqj Phone 442-2351 Guaranteed by Goodrich for 30,000 miles! Dynacor 8 rayon cord radial plies and rayon cord belts provide greater strength, improved steering response and a smooth ride. 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