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Northwest Arkentai TIMES, Wed., Junn 19, 1974 FAYITTIVILLK, ARKANSAS 1 6 6% II Professional Baseball [lIllGilUilllailllllllBniltinilllllllllllllllUBI'llllllllllllli'SHIlll'S Hy THK ASSOCIATED PRESS National League East W I, Pet. GB ?hilaphia 34 30 .531 it. Louis 33 30 .516 Montreal 29 28 .509 ?ittsburgh 26 34 .433 tlhicago 25 3-1 .424 x'osv York 34 38 .367 West .os Angeles 44 22 .667 -Cincinnati 36 26 .581 6 A t l a n t a 37 37 .578 C Houston 33 33 .500 11 Jan Fran 32 36 .471 13 San Diego 28 42 .400 18 Tuesday's Games San Diego 9. Chicago 4 Pittsburgh 2, Los Angeles 0 Houston 1. Philadelphia 0 M o n t r e a l 2. C i n c i n n a t i 1 A t l a n t a C, New York 1 St. Ixiuis 3. San Francisco 0 Wednesday's Games Montreal (Torre?. 0-4) at Cin cinnati (Gullotl 7-3) A t l a n t a (Capra G-2) at N'ex York (Mallack 5-4) San Diego (Spillncr 2-1) a Chicago (Todd 1-0) Los Angeles (Rau 5-2) Pittsburgh (Ellis 3-5), N Houston (Grilfin 7-2) at Philadelphia (Lonborg 8-5), N San Francisco (D'Acquislo 46) al St. Louis (Gibson 3-7), N Thursday's Games Pillsburgh al Chicago New York at Philadelphia, N Only games scheduled American League East W L Pet. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS l a n d a two-run job in the sev- "Against the Minnesota Twins, c n t h . Grich Hammers Three Home Runs To Push Baltimore Past Minnesota l i l t i n g home runs was as easy one-two three rich. "I hope Hie for Bobby . Twins stay around a while," Grich noted after cracking three homers and driving in six r u n s in Baltimore's 10-1 victory over Minnesota Tuesday night. Grich. who incidentally boat the Twins with a home run Monday night, hit a three-run : i o m e r ' i n the third inning, bases-empty bomer in the f i f t h Boston Baltimore Cleveland Detroit New York Milwaukee 36 27 32 30 32 30 32 30 33 33 29 30 West Oakland 34 30 Texas 33 31 Kansas Cily 31 30 Chicago 28 30 California 28 37 Minnesota 35 35 .571 .516 .516 .516 .500 .492 .531 .516 .508 .483 .431 .417 GB 3V4 3Vz 3'/2 4',4 5 Observer Nips Baldwin For Ninth In Row City of Fayctteville downed Kemp Associates 6-1 and the Vashington County Observer nipuetl Baldwin 2-1 in Fast-pitch softball action at the City Park Tuesday night. Larry Adams homered in support of w i n n i n g pitcher John Miller as City of Fayctleville breezed in the opener. The second game, however, was u ight pitching simple between J. D. Hash af the Observer and W. J. Whitehead of Baldwin.' W h it c h c a d spun three Tuesday's Results Kansas City 7, Milwaukee 0, 1st "Kansas City at Milwaukee 2nd, postponed Chicago 7, Cleveland 3 ^Baltimore 10, Minnesota I ·Texas 6. Detroit 0 Boston 6. Oakland 1 California 3, New York 0 Wednesday's Games Chicago (Bahnsen 5-7) at Cleveland (Arlin 0-0), N Minnesota (Butler 1-1) at Bal- The slugging infieltlor had a chance lo lie Ihe major league record of fotir in a game, but grounded out in the eighth inning. "I was going for it." Gricb admilted. "All I had in my mind was to hit as hard as I could. The ball came in a little lower than I would have liked, but it was a good pilch to hit." The Ihree shols gave Grich 11 for Ihe baseball season. A new style in Iho bailer's box has given him new-found power. In t h e o t h e r American League games, the Chicago White Sox boat the Cleveland Indians 7-3: the Kansas Cily Royals beat the Milwaukee Brewers 7-0 in the first game of a twinight doubleheador before the second game was rained out; the Texas Rangers blanked Ihe Detroit Tigers 6-0: the California Angels beat the New York Yankees 3 0 and the Boston Red Sox trimmed the O a k l a n d A's 0-1. WHITE SOX 7, INDIANS 3 Jim Kaat, backed by two home runs each by Dick Allen and Jorge Orta. notched hi 200th major leagre career vie ory with a ninc-hiltcr in Chicago's victory over Cleveland. Kaat. 6-6 for the year, is 20066 in his 13 major league sea- ROYALS 7, BREWERS 0 Paul Spliltorft pitched a two- litter and Amos Otis and John "Uayberry hit home runs to lead Kansas City over Milwaukee. RANGERS 6, TIGERS 0 Jim Bibby fired a two-hitler, pilching Texas over Detroit, tiibby, 10-8, struck out seven ....1 walked none in tying the Rangers' record for most victories in a season, a mark he now shares with Rich Hand, who was 10-14 in 1972. ANGEI.S 3, YANKEES 0 Nolan Ryan and Skip Lockwood combined for a five-hitter, pitching California over New York. Ryan, 8-6. worked the first six innings before developing a blister on his pitching hand. Lockwood preserved the t r i u m p h , only the lourlh for the Angels in their last games. RED SOX 6, A's 1 Bob Montgomery singled home a run in a three-run third i n n i n g and had two other hits to back Roger Morel's ten-hitter and lead Boston over Oakland. scoreless DeBriyn innings before Norm singled for the Observer to open the fourth. Tom Tisdale then launched his sixth -tome run of the year to make the score 2-0. Hash had a perfect game Joing until he walked a hatter with two out in the sixth. He still had a no-hilter until Larry lliifihuy Hooped a wrong-field single in the seventh. Hash then .ired and walked two hitters to oad Ihe bases. Left fielder Charlie Smith preserved the shutout tem- riorarily with a perfect Ihrow Lo catcher Greg Snowden, but reliever Bill B r u n n e r walked a batter to force in a run Brimner inherited a count timore (McNally 5-5). N K a n s a s City (Busby B-fi) Milwaukee (Wright 5-8). N Detroit (Coleman 6-7) Texas (J. Brown 6-3). N "Boston (Tiant 8-6) at Oakland (Blue 6G). N -:j?ew York (Slolllemyre 6-7 or j?edich 7-5) at California {Stoneman 1-5). N -i ' Thursday's Games .Chicago al Minnesota. N ..Baltimore at Milwaukee, N · ' C a l i f o r n i a at Texas. N Kansas City at Oakland Reliever Paces Pirate Victory Going on a vacation? DON'T STOP YOUR PAPER By THK ASSOCIATED minimi innnii ·iiiiininnii n niniiiiiiiinii limn iin League Leaders Iffllllll! 111 Illlillll II IIBIHIimi IllllllUllliailllllfllinilllllllllltlJ : By The Associated Press American League ··-; BATTING (150 at bats)-Carew. Min, .394; R.Jackson, Oak. .354. 'S-.RUXS--Mayberry, KC, 42; Grich. Bal. 41: Yastrzcmski Bsn. 41: R.Jackson. Oak, 41. ·I--RUNS BATTED IN--Burroughs. Tex, 55; Mayberry. KC, 47: Rudi. Oak, 47. · H I T S -- C a r e w . M i n , 03; A;Johnson. Tex. 81. ;--DOUBLES-Rudi. O a k , 21; Hcaly. KC. 16; Burroughs, Tex. *J^TRIPLES--Rivers. Cal. Darwin. Min. 5; Campaneris, Qak. 5: 7 Tied With -I. ''H O M E RUN'S--Mayberry K.C. 1C; W.Horton, Del. 15: QiAllrn. C h i , 15; R.Jackson Oak. 13. ·" S T 0 I. K X BASES--North Oak. 20: Palek. KC. 20. ^PITCHING (6 Decisions)-- G.Perry. Cle. 12-1. .923. 1.3' EdRdgez. Mil. 5-1. .833. 2.57. ^ S T R I K E O U T S N ' . R y a n , Cal H7: Blylevcn. Min. 96. from Hash. With two out and the bases still loaded. Brunncr struck out Whitehead to end the game. The Observer is now 9-0 for the season, and leads the league w i t h a 4-0 mark. City of Fayetteville is second at '5-1, olloweU by Dandy Oil at 3-1. nterstate Systems with a 3-2 ecord, Kemp) Associates at 2-3, ,nd Baldwin and Anlo Parts, ach wilh an 0 4 mark. In slow-pitch softball at isbell Park, Mr. Burger iefeateri University Baptist Church 13-5, Georgetown out- cored Penney's 13-10 and W h i t 2hevy edged Police Department 4-13. Rob Wilkins got the win for ,Ir. Burger and Wayne Parker ook the loss for University Baptist. Butch Bartholomew rove in five runs and scored hree for the winners ,and Dick 'uller drove in three for the osers. Farrell Davis was the winner or Georgetown and Bill Thorri- on tile loser for J. C. Penney. For Georgetown Jim Duncan rove in three runs and Howard 3oyd scored three. Rick .lurphy had three UBl's and Jim Sugg and Rob Fcatherston icored twice each for Pcnney's Winning pitcher Mic Worn- mack had three HBIs for Whit :hevy, as did Rick Porter Teammate Eugene Ward scored .hree times. Larry McCawley Irove in four runs and scored 'our for the Police Department, jut it wasn't enough for loser Bud Dennis. Slugfests Dot Boys Baseball High-scoring, but close games were the rule in all three Little League games and two of three National League v BATTING (150 at boas) -- R.Smith. StL, .374; G a r r . Atl :X6. '.-RUN'S--Wynn, LA, 51; Bonds SF.'Sl: Brock. StL. 47. . R U N S - BATTED IX Garvey LA. 55: Wynn. LA. 53. HITS--Garr, All. 101; Gar vey. LA. 87. DOUBLES-- Maddox. SF. 20 R.Smith. S-L .18; Rost. Cin, 18: Garvey. LA. 18. TRIPLES--Garr, A t l . 10 A.Oliver, Pgh. 6, HOME RUNS--Schmidt. Phi 17; Wyn, LA. 17; Bench. Cin !3: Cedeno, H t n . 13: G a r v e y LA, 13. STOLEN BASES-Brock. StL 42: Cedeno, Htn, 30. PITCHING (6 Decisions)-John. LA, 10-2. .833. 2.55 Grif fin. Htn. 7-2. .778, 3.48. STRIKEOUTS - Seavcr, NY 110; Carlton, Phi, 102. Brown Wins Letter H A R T F O R D , Conn. -Michael Morgan Brown, junior at Trinity College. Hart ford. Conn., and a member o the Trinity Crew, was awardei the junior varsity letter for th 174 scaston. The son of Dr. Mrs, W L. Brown of 11M North Vande venter, Fayetteville, he is a 1S72 graduate of the Ken School, Kent, Conn. Brown rowed in he junio; varsity boat which was llth o IS at Dad Vail. ;RESS The Pittsburgh Pirates' starting rotation is a nice place to visit but Dave Giusti wouldn't want to live there. "You get used to the pace in the bullpen and it's lough when you have to go out there for more than a few innings,' the veteran relief ace said Tuesday nighl after making his first start since 1970 and blanking the Los Angeles Dodgers for seven innings in the Pirates 2-0 victory. Houston's Mike Cosgrove, on the other hand, would like to follow in Giusti's footsteps . . . or at least the path Giusti trod ·hen he made 113 starts for the Astros in 1965-6-7-8 before he was traded first to St. Louis and then to Pittsburgh. "I would like to think I ve earned a starting assignment, but T don't think so," the young left-bander said after relieving Dave Roberts with one out in the first inning and holding the Philadelphia Phillies to a pair of bunt singles the rest of the way in Houston's 1-0 triumph. Elsewhere in the National League, the Montreal Expos chairman of the County Boxing Her and Pee Wee games Tusday night. In Little League Play. Evening Lions topped Holsnm Bread O S , Red Ball Transfer edged Northwest A r k a n s a s TIMES G-5 and Kelly Brothers shaded Fayetteville Fire Department 11-10. David Paschal was the winning pitcher for Evening Lions and Brad Blew the loser for Holstlm. Barry Gebhait doubled and tripled for the Lions and Danny Eiland. Jon Wright. Thomas Phelps and Paschal singled. For Holsum. Rocky Bell doubted and Doni.ie Heckathorn. Barry Rogers and Jake Page singled. In the second game. Sandy Smith was the winner for Red Bail Transfer, Mark Sugg and John Smith pitched for the TIMES. George Flowers of KePey Brothers got the ivin over Shannon Burasco of the Fire Department. In Pee Wee League play. Jay Foster pitched Purvis to a 19-5 win over Scott Harrington and J. C. Penney: Jimmy Wilion hurled Easton Company to a 10-9 win over Keane Fedosky and Lewis Brothers; and L^e H o u s t o n decisioned Lance Gaston as Sequoyah Kiwanis nipped SiH Green Stamps 8-7. Monday night. First Federal defeated the Exchange Club 7-1. Gontroversy Erupts After Foster Bout ALBUQUERQQUE, N.M. (AP -- Local boxing officials have rejected charges of hometown : avoritism in the 15-round draw that allowed Bob 'Foster to re- lain his world light heavyweight crown. A controversy erupted Tuesday because the split decision prevented challenger Jorge Ahumada of Argentina from capturing Foster's title. The fight here Monday night was televised inlernalionally. "We'll be glad to schedule meeting lo satisfy everybody as (o (he situation." said Walter Brown, nalillo Wrestling Board, which super vised the fight. He said, how ever, t h a i no official reques' for a hearing had been filed. A draw for me here is like a victory," said a dejected Ann mada after battling Foster. *T was a close fight, but I though I had a victory. But he's th champ, and he was f i g h t i n g in his hometown." Under the 10-point must scor ing system, referee Jimm Cleary favored A h u m a d a 145 142. judge Tim Keleher backet Foster 148-143 and judge Stan Gallup rated both fighters even at 144-144 to force Ihe draw. Both Cicary and Keleher pe nalized Ahumada one point fo a low blow in the 10th round But Gallup called (he left-ban, punch accielental and said it di not affect his scoring. Brown said Ahumada's reprc sentatives hatl checked th score cards and were satisfie. t h a t the tally sheets were o f f : cial. Fosler. a local sheriff's ser geant, had indicated he satisfied with the outcome an suggested (hat the fight wa difficult to judge, "f t h i n k I ha a little edge." the charnpio noted. In New York, Gil Clan .. Ahumada's manager, sai he would petilion Ihe Worl Boxing Association. World Box ing Council and other groups t name Ahumada the champio because of the dispute. In Buenos Aires. Presiden Juan Peron of A r g e n t i n praised A h u m a d a for his figh which was televised to horn sets in the South American na tion. Pennington Traded DETROIT (AP) Forme University of Massachusett quarterback PUeil Penningto lus been traded by the Detro Whwls of the World Footba " pitcher, striking out nine of t h i .',is»ue to the Chicago Fire, Donnie Pitts was the rrmmc tlua .'pohttman said Tuesday, pitcher, striking out nine al \t.t i In richinge. the Wheels re 10 batters he faced in Ir..···jmved icotl Lewis and defen innings. Greg Sone had 'hreel-.ve back Leon Harden and dged Ihe Cincinnati Reds 2-1. Atlanta Braves trounced New York Mets 6-1. the St. ouis Cardinals blanked the in Francisco Giants 3-0 and c San Diego Padres whipped ie Chicago Cubs 9-4. EXPOS 2, REDS 1 Jim Cox led off the ninth in- ng against Clay Kirby with s second major league home un and Ernie McAnally hurled two-hitter for Montreal. Ken ngleton singled home a run r the Expos in the first inning id the Reds tied it in the third i walk and Pete Rose's ouble. BRAVES 6, METS I Ivan Murrell drove in four uns with a bases-loaded triple nd his first home run of the eason and Atlanta rolled to its ird triumph in the last 31 ames behind the seven-hit itching of Roric Harrison. Padres 9, Cubs 4 Pitcher Dave Freisleben sin- led home one run, doubled and cored another and combined nth Bill Greif on a seven-hitter espite home runs by Chicago's ose Cardenal, Bill Madloek d Chris Ward. Use TKe TIMES' Convenient "LAYAWAY" or "MAILAWAY" Plan "LAYAWAY" We'll save all copies of the TIMES in a handy VACATION-PAK bag for you while you're away from home. When you return the Vacation-Pak will be delivered to you at no extra charge . . . and you can catch up on oil the news at your convenience. Keeps newspapers from piling up on your porch, too! Just call 442-6242 and tell us the date you're leaving and the date you will return. It's that simple. 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