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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Men., June 17, 1974 rir,-j I. Â·Â«!,Â· rAYtTTtviLn, ARKAHiAi i ^ordinals All,...*,. Atlanta Chrissie Evert, Bjorn Borg Claim French Open Crowns; Â·Wimbledon Tuneup Next --Â· PARIS (AP) -- C h r i s K v c r l 1 Â· ;niri H j n r n Borg. the teen age "Mars who w o n t unbcalen 'Â·through t/ivo KuropC'an clay Â· courts t o u r n a m e n t s , move lo 'siVaps this week in preparation " ilor the Wimbledon tennis show. Â· 1,-: Miss K v c r t , tif Kort Lander"-dale, V i a . , and Sweden's Borg Â·" '^von the French w o m e n ' s and men's championships Sunday , ;3fcith blazing d i s p l a y s of shot- v JT* a k i n Â£ . repealing their v .- j j r i i n n n h s in the 1'alian cham- - Â·pionships Uvo weeks igo. Miss K v c r t . ]0. d e f e a t e d Olga Morozovji of K u s s i i i t l - f , ti 2 become the youngest F r e n c h Open winner sniw C h r i s t i n e Truman of Greal B r i t a i n look the title in 1055 at age 18. Borg, just 18 on June 6, is the youngest man ever to win a French c h a m p i o n s h i p in its .50- year history. He defeated .Manuel Oranics of Spain 2-lJ, (J- 7. 6-0, 6-2, 6-1. Borg will pHiy ihis week in Blanks Phils 5-0 H y T i l l : ASSOUATK1) P H K S S i f h Cttiy Cairo!! has i i n i s h e r i a t r In! inui'L- j;amr:i l i m n bo's s t ; i r l - | \ v i f d. hut lie may do IF; tile yp, "i h n v c to side r a t kin t a ch;mce to and J i m m y \Vynn i t h r e e decisive runs in the n i n t h f i v e - r u n uprising [on a bases-loaded walk lo Ted Simmons and Ioc Torre's Uvo- pilch a five-hitler i v e a lot of cons t a r l i n g h i m , icitmati M a n a g e r Sparky An i c i e r x K i said S u n d a y a f t e r Car' Â·If got a l a s t - m i n u t e start in; sending Server to Ins sixlh loss in nine decisions. C A K D I . X A L S G , 1UIAVKS 3 'I'crl Size-more drilled a tie- breaking single in the seventh i n n i n g and St. Louis added r u n single. Darrrli Evans liad lied it [or the Braves in the sixth on a solo homer off winner Lynn McGlothen Jim Hooker survived a three- run f i r s t ining and went on lo the Pirates out of the East Division cellar for the first time since April 25. They arc one game ahead of Iho Mots and .seven behind the Phillies. EXPOS 9, PADRKS 8 Willie Davis homered .with one out in the ninth to lie the score and Ken SinfileEon walked and scored on Ron Kairly's double . CUBS 2, ASTROS 1 Andre Thornton .pinch hillin for a pinch hitter, drew Â· bases-loaded walk after a pair of intentional passes in the l inning. c.\\i \viifjn R f j i j c r \elsnn devc-1- npcd lOmul dfi' problems w h i l e w f i n n i i n : up. Carroll U N i m r t i \vitli Pedro Hnrbon to pilch the Hoc Is to ;t s e v e n - h i t 5 (i t r i u m p h over the Philadelphia Phillie.-s. in -ho ii Joe Frazier, Â·;| Jerry Quarry i Meet Tonight - * NEW Y O R K ( A P ) -- The ,' JJiP'-v Jerry Qiuirry and Joe Fra xicr, t r y i n g to prove he's the ' Â«*;m:p old Smnkin' Joe, meet \ Sonight in a scheduled 12-rouncl . "lie.ivy^oipht f i g h t at Madison "Sjunro Oarcicn. "" Hcno otUlsmnkcrs have cal!od Jlie rematch an even fight. ^J; In a dep.'irtnre from the iipy of not a n n o u n c i n g the fight Sjfficinls u n t i l f i g h t time, the Â·New York Athletic Association Â·JiHiiiouncecl l a s t Thursday thai it !Uwid licensed and designated 35rmor neavyweight cliampion ifne Louis a.s roferce. r;;The f i p h t is scheduled lo start ?fl 10 p.m., EOT. as the f i r s t Jlijilf o( ,1 n a t i o n a l closet] c i r c u i t ^elpvisinn card, followed by the Â·H-rmind liyht h e a v y w e i g h t t i t l e -reatcli bet wen champion Boh Swnstcr and Jorge A hum rid JL in Stlhuqiirrqiic, N.M. Fra/ier Xeiclictl in S u n d n y at 212 Â·jjj'^'ifls, three pounds more jthan the former world cham- Hnon \voighcd when he Insl a Â«*t.animons 12-rounrJ decision to ^Quhnminnd Ali Jan. 28 . Q u a r r y Tcame in at 197Vz, l'/4 pounds 3t-s,s t l i n n he weighed when he ilgss liicn he .weighed when lie ^jit off the floor lo knock out Joe Alexander May 8. - ' i n 196D Q u a r r y tried to out- "shig Krazicr, then recognized -as champion liy si\ states, and *Vas stopped in seven rounds. "There's a lot of speculation ihat I'm gonna tight that way rttJain." said Q u f i r r y \vlio ;H 2!' appears to he f i g h t i n g he tier Â· t h a n he ever h a s . " R u t I'm not going to try to oulshig him this time." "1 don't see any changes in .In'ry." said Frazier. "When a man gels hit he goes hack to tiling what lie ordinarily does." The 30-year-old Frazier is out " "to prove (hat ho has not lost the power and f u r y t h a t made him H champion. If ho cannot make Â»4H5 point, his career prohably is finished. Frazier has a record of :10 pro victories. 25 by knockout, and two losses. The two losses i-anit' his. last three f i g h t s -- t h e ' two-round title loss to George Foreman ami the rematch loss to Ali. The w i n d u r i n g t h a t oan w a s u 12-rouud decision over Europe tin champion J o e Â· Bustier. . " Quarry, a California!) fighting "mi; of New Y o r k , h a s won six straight since e n d i n g a brief rc- tire-mem about 17 months ago, for a "i2-6 record, with 2!) knockout. Knsxier, who earned about t" *Â· million for Ins two fights ; with A l i , is guaranteed $400.000 against an option of 40 per cent ', rt all income. Q u a r r y is guar; ffmred S225.000 against 22Vi per . cent. the Nottingham t o u r n a m e n t . It i s a grea'. eh a nee to pra clice K ** a * s, but said winning at N o t t i n g h a m is not important He's only looking for- ivard to W i m b l e d o n . Miss Evert will play at East- m a women's tourna- bour mcnt. Borg, defeated hy Roger Taylor of Britain in a five-set quarter-final match at Wimbledon last year, .said the e x t r a v e a r could m a k e a difference. "I'm in very good condition. I fed so strong. Maybe I'm getting together m e n t a l l y . L a s t year I could play two or three matches, then 1 got t i r e d . Xow I can go all t h r o u g h the; tournaments." Miss Evert lust in Billic Jean K i n g in two sets in llio 1973 Wimbledon f i n a l . L e a g u e , the Los A n g e l e s IVtclg- crs t h u m p e d Tom Seavor a n r l Lhc N e w York Mots 1 I. the St. Louis ( ' a r H i n a b do-vncrj Hie At- I n n t a B i a v e s P,-3, the P i t t s b u r g h P i r a t e s v F K i a t e d Ihe Kas 1 ])i\ - i- c r l l a r by cd;;in^ the S;in 1'ranri^co C i n n t ^ 4 - ^ , Hif Mon- ircal I''\pos o u l s l u g ^ r f l the San Dh"-"i I'adres fl ?Â· ;md I h e Chicago Cubs niniK 1 ':! t h t - Houston Astrns 2 1 in 10 i n n i n g , C a r r r i l l , '1-1, net a N a t i o n a l ongiH- i rcord o! '17 saves in J 072 a nd \v a s ma k i n E! on l\ his 23rd start in .Vil m a ' i r j r Ica^un apparanct's. He p i t c h e d eight ' nings of .si;-; i i i l h a l l before \'ing way to Unrbnn. "I iiaci !n liikc mysr-lf out after t h e eighth." Carroll said. "I guess I user) some muscles I haven't used in n long t i m e . I k n e w [ h a d t/i p a r r - myself. T don't care vvhr-n f pilch, f t h i n k I bear do\vn h a r d e r as a relk'v- er, but, I JUHI w a n t to \vork. I'm a sourpuss \ v h e n I'm not pitch- 'ng." noi)c;i-;its 7. METS i Andy Mcsscrsmilh pitched Larousse, Pescarolo. First At Le Mans Petty Takes 40Â® Prize By T1IK ASSOCIATED I'RKSS 'liichart! Petty, holder of more racing trophios than any oilier stoc-k c-iir driver, added another victory to his list Sunday and said he "gets more i'( a charge" out of w i n n i n g than ho c-ver ciid. "I'm gonna keep trucking as ng as David Pearson docs." he s a i d a f t e r heating his old rival a g a i n in the .Motor State 400 at Carnbridge Junction, Mich. : addutl. his a piano-key smile, "he's three years older " A f t e r a : l." he teeth g l e a m i n g in " ' Three-Year Pact TORONTO wing Tony (AP) -- Right Featherstone has signed a three-year contract with the World Hockey Association Toronto Toros, the World Hockey Association nounced Sunday. club an- P e t t y . 3fi, and Pearson. 39.' staged one of their classic duels in the 'ifJQ-mile eycnt for Grand National slockcrs before tire troubles for Pearson and a yellow f l a g put an end to it. Petty led 17 finishers across Ihe line with the track's caution lights still on, wrapping up Ms 159th career trinmph and collecting SH.199. Elsewhere in a full weekend of auto racing, a couple of thus won the twice around Ihe clock race for (he third straight time, posting an average speed of 110.266 miles per hour. The two Frenchmen had started in the pole position and were never headed, though a one-hour stop to repair a gear box cut heavily into their lead. David Hobbs of England won the second race in the 197-1 their own-- 2.862. 3.V it- in w i n n i n g the 24 ing" of miles of hours of Le Mans, France. Gerard Larrousse and Henri Pescarolo brought their French Matra-Simca homo about thre minutes ahead of a turbo- ctnit'ged Porsche Can-era driven by Gijs Van Lennup a n d Herbert Muller. Third place went to another Matra assigned to Jean-Pierre Jeboulle and Francois j M i g a u l t . The Larrousse-Pefcarolo series for Formula 5000 cars a Mosport Park. Canada, using ; Lola 332. Eppie Weitzes of Can ada finished second in a similai machine, while Brett Lunger Eagle. Also at Mosport. the OOP Shadow team of Jackie Oliver one-two in the opening race before an estimated crowd 100.000, Rivera Continues To Mount Big Thoroughbred Winners By THE ASSOCIATED I'RKSS Rich stakes for 3-year-olds seem to have become easy pickin's for jockey Miguel Rivera. The 30-year-old Puerto Rican. who wo nthe Preakness a n d Belmont Stakes on Little Current, breezed home first on Stonewalk in Ihe $100.000 Ohio Derby at Thistledown Sunday. "I knew I was going to win at the three-eighths pole." said Rivera after Stonewalk won by four lengths over Jersey Derby winner Better Arbiter. "He was r u n n i n g easy." In two other 3-year-oltl stake. Sunday, Stardust Me! won the 555,300 Will Rogers at Holly wood Park and Silver Flori' won the $53.000 Leonard Rici: ards at Delaware Park, whil' 4-year-old Billy Come I.atrl 1 won the 575,000 Massachussetl Handicap at Suffolk Downs. Stonewalk took the lead nn rier 120 pounds five-sixteenth of a mile from the finish an went on to beat Better Arbiiot 122, by four lengths in a time o 1:533-5 for the 1!4 miles. Shar Gary. 122. was t h i r d as favoix- J.R.'s Pet. 122, finished fifth. ThÂ« TIMES h On Top of Tho N*wt Seven Day* a WMkf cyitm Ku ed. After cooking, tIM JwllÂ» IKf opÂ«n. If IfMV doflt diicartf II you're cÂ«Â«kinf Â· fitfc Krad and Uil JtKHiKI lt*y Ml until fcrving -- keep* the jukes in. And cooking with heÂ«e-in adds calcium Â»nd phosphorus. For green mayonnaise: to 2 cups mayonnaise add 2 tbtp. minced parsley. 1 tbtp. each chopped chiyes and tan-rag**!. 1 tsp. each minced dill and eher- vit. Nice with cold fish. Buying fresh shrimp? Fifllre on two pounds of shrimp in shells to provide one pound peeled, devcined and, cooked. For an Oriental touch, try Chi' nese pea pods and water chest' nuts in tuna salad. At serving time, add chow mein noodjes for crunch. 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