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t · ·---. *« JVnv FV r Professional Baseball By Tfc* Associated Pr«i National Le*g» East W L Pel. GB Philaphla 34 29 .540 St. Louis 31 30 .508 2 -Montreal 28 28 .500 2!4 ·· Chicago 25 33 .431 6V4 Pittsburgh 25 34 .424 7 ..New York 24 37 .393 9 '. , Wfst -iLos Angeles 44 21 .677 -. 'Cincinnati 36 25 .590 » : Atlanta 36 27 .571 7 ',*· Houston 32 33 .492 12 San Fran 32 35 .478 13 . San Diego 27 42 .391 19 Monday's Results s San Diego 7, Chica-go 5, 13 in" Dings Pittsburgh 7. Los Angeles 3 .:. Atlanta 8. New York 1 '" Cincinnati 12, Montreal 3 : '' Philadelphia 7, Houston 5 '.'.' San Francisco 3, St. Louis 0 Tnesday's Games - , ' San Diego (Freislenen 5-2) at . .Chicago (Bonham 4-9) Houston (Osleen 56 or Roberts 5-7) at Philadelphia · ' (Schucler 3-7), N Los Angeles (John 10-1) at "Pittsburgh (Demery 0-2), N "" Montreal (McAnally 4-6) at .Cincinnati (Kirby 5-3). N ' - Atlanta (Harrison 5-7) at New ..York (SLone 2-4), N San Francisco (Bryant J-7) at -St. Louis (Foster 1-5 or Thomp- · son 0-2). N San Francisco Hurler Blanks SL Louis 3-0 Curtis Suffers Defeat ST. LOUIS (AF) -- The Sa.i Francisco Giants have retrieved righthander Jim Barr from the bullpen at an opportune time in their uphill National League baseball campaign. The 26 - year - old Barr spellbound the SI. Louis Cardinals in the role of a starter Siloam Course Rebounds From Recent Flood SILOAM SPRINGS -- Despite the flood which descended upon this town and its Country Club barely two weeks ago, Siloam CC was in excellent condition for the pro-am golf tournament Louis Stops Fight In Fifth Round Frazier Blasts Jerry Quarry NEW YORK Joe held here Monday. Seventy-five area golfers Boston ^Cleveland - ^Detroit .'.Baltimore ;New York Milwaukee American League East W L Pel 35 27 32 29 32 29 .565 .525 .525 Oakland .'iTexai "'.Kansas City '','Chicago ·· Minnesota California 31 30 33 32 29 29 West 34 29 32 31 30 30 27 30 25 34 27 37 .508 .508 .500 GB Vk 2% 3Vz 3 % 2 2V4 4 7 TA .540 .508 .500 .474 .424 .421 Monday's Results Baltimore 1, Minnesota 0 Cleveland 4, Chicago 3 °. Detroit 5, Texas 4. 10 innings " New York 5, California 1 Oakland 3, Boston 2 · Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Kansas City (Splittprff «-6 .-and Pattin 1-3) at Milwaukee ·: (Travers 0-0 and Kobel 3-4), 2, N Minnesota (Decker 7-4) at ·Baltimore (Grimsley 6 7 ) , N 1 : Chicago ( K a a t 5-6) at Cleveland (Johnson 3-3). N ' Detroit (LaGrow 5-5) at 'iTexas (Bibby 9 8 ) , N New York (Tidrow 5-5) at California (Ryan 7-6). N ..- Boston (Moret 0-1) at Oakland (Hollzman 7-7), N nimtiwmiiiiiiyiii'.miiffl challenged the 5,742-yard, par-70 course, and only one broke par. Grant Hall shot 35-32-67 to captain the winnirrg team lo a 12-undcr-par 58. For his team, Dave Orrick shot 82. Darrow Garner 86 and Paul Keplinger 95. Three teams tied for second place with scores of 60. The captains were Doc Valliant with an 80, Art Sweden with a 71 and Keith Moore with a 72. For Valliant's team, Claude Smith shot 74, Ray Watson 7V and George Sullivan 85. Sweden was joined by Carl Corley with an 81, Jackie Smith with an 83 and Elza Bynum with an 87. For Moore's team, Guy Brown had an 80. Homer Jackson an 84 and Hip Kord ] 85. Bob Gray fired a 71 to lead the fifth-place team to a 61. Tom Mayfield carded a 78. Marvin Chapman an 85 and Carl Wofford a 92 for that team. The next pro-am tournament in Northwest Arkansas will be "Monday night and finished with an eight-hit, 3'0 triumph. Barr's shutout was his seconr n a row and the triumph only he second for San Francisco ts last nine games. threw more curve balls ,han T did the last time, but basically I'm a fast ball-slider Ditcher," he said. "In the bullpen you've gol to :hrow strikes. I've been in a lot it 3-and-2 situations. I know ihore's no margin for error, so I just throw strikes." Barr, who began the season as a Giants reliever, made 12 appearances in that capaci'.y and had an 0-1 record before cast in the role of starter five times in May. He emerged with a 1-3 record, took four more tuns in relief in drawing to 2-3, and then pitched a six-hitler in conquering the Chicago Cubs 1-0 as a starter again last week. "I think the bullpen work act u a l l y helped this fellow," Man ager Charlie Fox said apprecia lively. "He's learned how to pitch. He's always come in in tough situations." Barr, 4-3, had one scare lo Frazicr came out stnukin' Mon day night, blasted his way back into the heavyweight title picture and cast a giant shadow over Jerry Quarry's dream of ever wearing that coveted crown. 'I wanted the public lo see that I'm going back to being the old Smokin' Joe." said Kra /ier. moments after stopping Quarry at 1:37 of the fifth round of their scheduled 12- roumi bout at Madison Square Garden. the things they said 1 couldn't do. 1 did tonight," Frazier said. "I really felt good- just like my old self." It was the old Smokin' Joe, the aggressive battler with ir.e devastating left hook, hut with some new wrinkles--an effoc tive right h a n d , some jabs, a And he smothering proved that defense the new Quarry was little more dan gerous than Ihe old one, whorr Frazier beat in seven rounds five years ago, A cut above the left eye opened by Frazier fifth round, led early in tl'C referee Joe Louis--the former king of tin stitches lothing "I in :1 rea m. quest for "I'm not now. Quarry knockouts rctirem Fra/.ier thanks c h a m p Futch, ' attack lively. "We would survive in the second inning while mastering the Cards' John Curtis, 4-7, who was hurt by walks. Joe Torre began the threat with a leadoff single and was forced by Joe Cruz before singles by Ken Reitz and Mike Tyson loaded the bases. The count swelled to 32 on rival pitcher Curtis and two deliveries were fouled back before he fanned and Lou Brock grounded out to end the inning. LA Falters Before Pittsburgh h e l d Monday, -June 24, at Springdale Country Club. On July 1, Fort Smith Country Club will hold its pro-am. After the Fort Smith event, the series will return to its normal two- week interval. San Fnincisco scored ning later on two walks and two hits up the middle, then salted it away in the seventh on a walk lo Barr. Hobby Bonds' double, a wild pitch and Gary Thomasson's second run-scoring single. Barr, advised of Fox' appraisal on the value of bulloen experience, said he couldn't dispute the judgment of his manager. "In the game the way it is now a relief pitcher's not much of an outcast,' It's helped zne he observed. . _ and I really don'l care too much now whether I start or relieve." By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS On June 17, 1973, the Los Angeles "Dodgers moved into first place in the National League's West Division for a Z'/i-monlh stay. On June 17, 1974. the Dodgers lad their lead trimmed to six games for the first time in almost a month. "I don't know why, but we seem to start playing when the weather gets nice," said Manager Sparky Anderson of the second-place Cincinnati Reds, who overhauled Ihe Dodgers last Sept. 3 after trailing by as many as 11 games on June 30. The Reds, whose biggest deficit this year has been nine games, Irounced the Monlreal Expos 12-3 Monday night for their 16th victory in 22 games. T h e Dodgers, meanwhile, League Leaders By Th« Associated Press National League BATTING (150 at bats)-- R.Smith, .'..371. StL. .374; Garr, Atl. RUNS--Wynn. LA. 51; Bonds, SF, 51; Brock, StL, 45. HITS--Garr, Atl, 101; Gar; vey, LA. 86. · - DOUBLES--Maddox, SF. 29; :'- R.Smith. StL, 18; Garvey, LA, '.-'·' 18. :'. TRIPLES-Garr, All, 10; C A.Oliver, Pgh, 6. : : HOME RUNS-Schmidt, Phi ··,, 17; Wynn, LA, 17; Bench. Cin ::13; Cedeno, ''LA. 13. Hln, 13; Garvcy STOLEN BASES--Brock. StL, 40; Morgan, Htn, 29. PITCHING Cin, 29: Cedeno. (6 Decisions) «.-John, LA. 10-1. .909. 2.63 Griffin, Htn. 7-2. .778. 3.48. American League (150 .398; at bats) -- R.Jackson. ;; . BATTING ,·* Carew Min, Oak. .354. RUNS--Yastrzemski. Bsn. 41; · " R.Jackson, Oak. 41; Mayberry, ;' KC. 39. RUNS BATTED IN--Bur- " roughs. Tex. 55: Rudi, Oak, 47. ;- H I T S - C a r e w . Min, 92; · 'A.Johnson. Tex. 80. DOUBLES--Rudi, Oak, 21; Burroughs. Tex, 16. TRIPLES -Rivers. Cal. 5; Darwin, Min. 5; Campaneris, - Oak. 5: 7 Tied With 4. ,'-' HOME RUNS -- W. Horton. -- Del, 15: Mayberry, KC, 15: :: R.Jackson, Oak. 15: D.Allen. -: Chi. 13; Burroughs, Tex. 13. '·: STOLEN BASES -- N o r t h , 1 Oak 26; Patek, KC, 20. · PITCHING (6 Decisions) : G.Perry, Cle, 12-1, .923. 1.37 :' EdRdgez. Mil. 5-1. .833, 2.57. BKer Fran's, Standard Win In men'» eastern division slow-pitch softball at Asbell Park Monday night, Br'er .'· Fran's defeated Lazenby Fron' ti*r Real Estate 11-7 and Stand- ard Register downed SEC Sheel Metal 12-3. Jerry Taylor was the winning 1GA, Collier's Claim Babe Ruth Wins Both IGA and Collier's Drug captured big Babe Ruth diamond victories Monday evening in grimes playcci in the Fayetteville Industrial Park. IGA remained the only undefeated Babe Ruth team by slamming first Federal 8-3. Kyle Adams was the winning pitcher and Terry Fraley was charged with the defeat. Darrell Strange doubled while Robert Ijeblond, David Murphy, Ken Wiles and Grant Osburn singled for the winners. Ricky Baird, Wes Lamb, Randy Drake a n d Terry Salsbury a l l h a d singles for First Federal, In the second s^ime Collier's pounded Dennis Home Furnishings 17-7. Eddie Osburn was the winner and Calvin Tackeit the loser. Terry Lawson tripled and Skeeter Thomas doubled while G a r y Bowcn. Lawson, Thomas and Duane Dunn all singled For the winners. Drew Phillips doubled while Mark Worsnam, Tackett. Phillips. Dennis Alton, and Bruun Whitehead all singled for Dennis. eights-- lo stop the tight. _n without the cut. there tie doubt the fight be- to Frazier. rylhing I worked so r just didn't work," said :onsol;ile Quarry, who 15 stilches to close the vc his left eye and three s to bind a smaller above his right eye. "I dn't have any strength, ad a very long elusive " Q u a r r y said or his oi- the heavyweight tills. lot sure I can make it ry had six straight uls since ending a briei lent 18 months ago. But 1 was another matter, largely to the e?c- 1 p ' s manager. Eddie who designed the varied Frazier used so effec- ; got to give all the cred jdrlie," said Franier .who d 212 pounds to 197'/z for -. "He brought what was out again." worked on Joe's righ because I thought we catcli Jerry off-guard.' utch, explaining the pres tsburgh jaini to the Pittsburgh Piralei nd htive dropped five o last seven. Their lead in oss column is only foui nee of the unexpectedly effec- ive right in the Frazier arsenal. "We knew Jerry would be ookiny for a left-hook attack." The victory provided for Frazier a decisive answer to critics vho claimed that his hard- 'ought victory in the first Muhammad Ali fight had taken 'oo much out of him. Those critics Minted to his second-round inockout at the hands of George Foreman in Jamaica Jan. 22. 1973, and his loss to Ali one year later, as evidence of nis deterioration. But against Quarry, Frazicr siowcd he still had that powerful left hook, plus something extra. "I keep telling people that 1 can box." said Frazier. "They said no-- but I showed them tonight that I can. They said 1 can't hit with my right hand-- I showed them differently." Frazier was in command from the start, witnessed by a Garden crowd of 14,611, producing a gate of S517.006.03. The f i g h t was the first half of a national closed circuit tele vision doubleheader. In the second bout, Bob Foster success fully defended his light heavy weight title with a draw against Jorge Ahnmada in Albuquerque, N.M. Frarier clearly won the first wo rounds despite being hit by a hard-- but accidental-- low low with 30 seconds to go in the opening round. Frazier grimaced in pain and walked to a corner, but Quarry quickly apologized and Louis motioned for the bout to continue. The first really decisive punches of the fight came about 2!4 minutes into the third round, when Frazier connected with a right to the body and followed with a left hook to the head that turned Quarry sideways. Frazier pounded away m the fourth, flooring Quarry with a mighty left hook to the stomach at the closing bell. Quarry took a count of five before rising. The fifth round was all Frazier. He left Quarry helpless. After opening the cut over Quarry's left eye, Frazier motioned to Louis to stop the fight, but the referee let the boxers continue for another 30 seconds before calling a halt. "Joe (Louis) should have stopped it sooner; if not Joe, then the people in Jerry's corner," said Frazier. "I could see ng Ground to lose two or three games,' said Manager Walter Alston. "1 was kind of pleased with Don Button's pitching, but we kicked Dav« Winfield, who homered in the sixth inning, drove in the tie-breaking run with a singl in the 13th. 7-3 and Lheii the games. Anderson, predicting a tight race, said, "I would like to get witiiin three-four games by All- time. We play them four the first week of July and we have to win three to 'get that close. . ." Dan Driesseri and Tony Perez drove in three runs eacb and the Reds used a 16-hit attack and a trio of four-run uprisings to hatter the Expos and Steve Rogers. PIRATES 7, DODGERS 3 The Dodgers had their prob lems seeing and fielding the hall in Pittsburgh and six of the Pirates' run were unearned. "We made enough mistakes the ball around a lot so he didn't have much support." PHILLIES 1, ASTROS 5 Pinch hitter Tony Taylor slammed his first home run of the season, a tie-breaking two run shot with two out in the eighth inning off Claude Osteen after a single by Bob Boone, who singled in a pair of runs in the second. BRAVES 8, METS 1 Darrell Evans drove in two runs with a homer and a single and Rowland Office cracked a two-run double while Phil Niekro held the slump-ridden Mets to fours hits, t w o in the first inning. PADRES 7, CUBS 5 College Club Falls To Pocola Pocola, Okla., snapped the nine-game American Legion winning streak of Fayetteville College Club here Sunday, and then beat the Dairymen again For good measure. Pocola won the first game of the doubleheader 13-2 and the nrghlcap 2-1. "We started our 16-year-olds i the first game, and they made five quick errors." said College Club Coach Dick Harris. Gary Atha, 1-1, took the loss for Fayettevile. l.awson Osburo pitched a four-hitter for College Club in the second game, but his five walks in the first inning gave Pocola the two runs they needed. Osburn dropped to 4-2 for the year. Said Harris. "We put runners in scoring position in three straight innings, but each time Cleveland Stops Chicago 4-3 pitcher for Br'er Fran's Tut Morrow the loser and for Lazenby. Bob Wist drove in two runs and Jeff Ray scored two : for th« losers. In ttie second .game, Roger Grant was the winner and Larry Willis the ,ks*r. Lynn Toltett. Sam Cooper and lay Jones each drove in ·two runs for Standard Register. Also at Asbell. two girls soft- ball games were played. In the -'Petitie League, First National 'Bank topped Prairie Grove 7-1. ID the Sugar and Spice League, 'Neo» Lion* buried Farmington High Scoring Marks Summer Diamond Action Action in both Little and Pee Wee Leagues continued in full swing Monday evening at Walker Park. In Pee Wee action Medical Arts pounded Northwest Candy 17-2. Steve Long was the winning pitcher and Alan Devault the loser. Hardees d r o p p e d Moore's Chapel 13-3 in the second game. Bosco Spencer was the winner and Daren Bell the loser. Mike had double for their play College Club scored only on Bob Stephens' two-out double in the pitcher started a double to get out of trouble." sixth. The Dairymen play at Perry Wins Again Van Buren tonight at 7:30. and then return home for a Friday night conference game against Springciale. That game will start at 6 p.m. at the Legion Field. College Club. 11-4. will take on Independence, Mo., in doubleheaders here Saturday and Sunday afternoons. By THE ASSOCfATED PRESS "You want to give the people a reason for coming out to the ball park," says Gaylord Perry. The unflappable Cleveland pitcher has given the fans 12 good reasons this year--12 straight victories. "The pressure" keeps getting greater because they expect you to win," Perry said after living up to expectations Monday night with a 4-3 triumph over the Chicago White Sox. Perry, who claims he has discarded his famed spitter, has not lost since Opening Day. That type of superlative pilch- ing leads admirers to superlatives. "Perry is the best right-hand- er in the American League." noted Chicago Manager Chuck Tanner/'He's great." Perry wasn't especially over- powering Monday night, but was around at the end to see Jack Brohamer deliver the winning hit in the ninth. II scored Frank Duffy from second. ORIOLES 1, TWINS 0 Baltimore's Mike Cuellar notched his ninth straight victory, winning a five-hit, 1-0 decision over Minnesota on a sixth-inning homG run by Bobby Grich. TIGERS 6, RANGERS 4 Al Kalinc belted a two-run homer with two out in the 10th inning, giving Detroit its victory over Texas. Kaliiie's fourth homer of the baseball season followed a single by Mickey Stanley and provided reliever John Killer, 7-4, with the victory. YANKS 5, ANGELS 1 Lou Piniclla crashed a Lwo- run homer in the seventh inning and Fred Stanley laeed a two-run single in the eighth, leading New York over Califor nia. It was the lllh loss in 14 games for the struggling An gels. The Yankees have won seven of nine. A's 3, RED SOX Z Gene Tenace scored from third base in the ninth inning when Boston catcher Carlton Fisk threw wildly on a pickof attempt at first, giving Oakland its victory over the Red Sox. New GM Picked State Warriors of the Nationa Basketball Association namec Seattle businessman Richard H Vertlieb a: and chief general manage executive of ih team, succeeding Bob Fcrrick the general manager since 1963 He player personnel. become director o Kossover Moore's. In Little League play B a n k popped Fayetteville Plumbing 14-2. Jeff Fairman was the winning pitcher and Day the loser. Joey Smith doubled for the Bankers. Seven Up really turned on the offensive power to whitewash Lewis Ford 27-4. Kelley Sharp picked up the win white Phillip Sherman was charged with the loss. Brent Campbell and David Coeffield doubled for the winners while Jim Steele tripled and Terry Little and Sherman doubled for Lewis Ford. Warner Cable rambled past McDonald's 19-M. Randy Salsbury was the winning pitcher and Chris Easter the loser. Trent Trumbo doubled for Warner while teammates Bruce Armstrong and Dutton provided doubles. Easter doubled for McDonald's. In the final game the Elks Club defeated Greer's Abstract 14-8. Randy Kail picked up the win while Kevin Coker absorbed the defeat. Fawleigh R a i l s doubled for the Elks Club. Donna Canlrell Gets Scholarship WEST FORK - Donna Cantrell. a three-time All-Area performer from West Fork High School, has been awarded p women's basketball scholarship for the 1974-75 season at C l a r e m o r c Junior College according to Max Oquin. women's basketball coach and athletic director at CJC. Donna, a S'll" forward, earned All-Area honors from 1971 to J974 and holds the individual scoring record in one game with 55 points against tarmmgton. During 84 games over a three-year period, Donna scored 1,896 points for a 21»7 scoring average per game. Donna connected on 799 of 1 8'5 field goals for a 43 per cent shoptirrg mark. Under the direction of head coach Alvy Early, Donna and her teammates posted a 56-31 record during Donna's three varsity years. West Fork won the 1972-73 Area 1-B Cham pionship with a 21-9 record and lost m the second round of the Class B State Tournament. Donna is one of the better shooting forwards that we have L j ?' lhis vear and «''th her desire and ability she will see a lot of action with the Lady Spartans during the 1974- 'a season," commented coach There's another but there's Tennessee only one Sour Mash Whisky, George Dickel. Multi-Year Pact CHICAGO - The Chicago Black Hawks of the National Hockey League signed wing Rejean Girou.v, formerly with the World Hockey Association's Quebec N'ordiques, to a multiyear contract. It hurts to be as well-loved as the other Tennessee , Sour Mash Whisky and not as well-known. After all, we've been around since 1870 . . . doing some things they don't. Like letting the mash sit a day longer and cooling as we charcoal filter. The result is a whisky we're confident you'll find just as smooth, not quite as familiar, a little lighter and a lot better. i;;« · Cfcfta * cto'i co · K t rmx.- IIJUAHGW. Timni ow badly he was cut." Louis defended his actions? The cut wasn't as big as Joe hoirght it was. In another halF- Tiinute it was bigger, and hat's why I stopped it." Louis and judge Jack Gordon cored each of the first four rowids for Frazier, while juds* \rtie Aidala had it 3-0-1. Tha \ssociated Press gave all four ounds lo Frazicr. Today, the two 30-ycar-oM eavy weights find themselves eaded in opposite directions. Quarry, thwarted in his omcback effort, is once again he bridesmaid, stopped short 3f his goal. He evaded saying whether ha vill retire after the fight, al- hough his wife Charlie indicated he would "be coming )ack." Frazier looks ahead to a brighter picture--and the crown now worn by George Foreman, vho defends it against Ali in icptember in Zaire. Said Fra/ier, looking to a possible bout with the winner: 'I want another shot at^ that itle--as soon as possible." 2lP PtfWT 34 East Center Phone: 521-6472 Business Cards, Letterheads, Envelopes, Business Forms, Tickets, Posters. 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