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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

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iinim Professional Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS , Philaphia · Montreal St. Louis Pittsburgh Chicago New York NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. 35 30 30 28 32 31 27 34 2535 24 39 West 44 23 38 27 36 27 33 34 33 36 29 42 .538 .517 .508 .443 .417 .381 GB 7W Bass Tourney This Sunday By AUBREY SHEPHERD Persons entering the F»r- mington Jaycees' BASS tournament this Sunday at Prairie Creek are asked to turn in their pplication forms and checks .657 -.585 5 .571 6 .493 11 .478 12 .408 17 , Los Angeles ,- Atlanta ' * Cincinnati ·? Houston f San Fran \ San Diego { Wednesday'! G Montreal 4, Cincinnati 2 t San Diego 1. Chicago 0 l Atlanta 5. New York 0 } Pittsburgh 7, Los Angeles 3 ': Philadelphia 5, Houston 4 San Francisco 5, St. Louis 4 i Thursday's Games v Pittsburgh (Ellis 3-5) at Chi' cago (Reuschel 5-4) - New York (Koosman 6-4) at i Philadelphia (Ruthven 2-4), N Only games schedultd American League . East i W L Pet. GB 37 27 .578 33 30 .524 3'A .524 3'/i .508 Boston Baltimore Detroit Cleveland New York Milwaukee 33 30 32 31 34 33 29 31 West 34 31 32 30 33 32 29 30 28 38 25 36 .507 .483 V, 1 2 6W Oakland 34 31 .523 Kansas City 32 30 .516 Texas 33 32 .508 Chicago 29 30 .492 California 28 38 .424 Minnesota 25 36 .410 Wednesday's Games Chicago 15. Cleveland 4 Baltimore 6, Minnesota 5 Kansas City 2, Milwaukee 0 Detroit 4, Texas 2. 11 innings Boston 2, Oakland 1, 11 in nings New York 2, California 1 Thursday's Games Chicago (Wood 11-7) at Min nesota (Corbin 4-0), N Baltimore (Palmer 3-8) al Milwaukee (Slaton 6 7 or Col born 3-3), N California (Lange 2-2) al Texas (Clyde 3-3). N Kansas City (Fitzmorris. 6-2) at Oakland (Hunter 8-8), N Only games scheduled miiimiiBiiiimiiiiiiBiinmiMiiiii League Leaders witimniiiiiTiiniimiiiiiHniiiiiiffliiiiiiiiiiiiwti ··mi AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (150 at bats)-Carew, Min, .396; R.Jackson Oak, .352. RUNS--Mayberry, KG, 43 Grich, Bal, 41: Yastrzemski Bsn. 41: R.Jackson, Oak, 41. RUNS BATTED IN--Bur roughs. Tex, 55; Mayberry, KC 47; Rudi, Oak, 47. H I T S--Carew. Min, 93 A.Johnson, Tex. 83. DOUBLES--Rudi, Oak, 21 B.Robinson, Bal. 1R; Healy KC. 16; Burroughs, Tex, 16. TRIPLES--Rivers. Cal, 6 Darwin, Min, 5; Campaneris Oak, 5. HOME RUNS--D.Allen, Chi 1 6 : Mayberry, KC, 16 W.Horton, Det, 15; R.Jackson Oak. 15. S T O L E N BASES--North, Oak, 26; Patek, KC 20 PITCHING (6 Decisions)-- G.Perry, Cle. 12-1, .923, 1.37 EdRdgez, Mil, 5-1, .833, 2.57. STRIKEOUTS--N.Ryan, Cal, 147; Blyleven, Min, 96. or $25.00 before morning, if possiple. Padres Blank Chicago Arkwuaw TIMCS, Thun., Juno 20, 1*74 · Chaos Infects LA-Bucs Game Sunday Late entrants will be accepted at the dock, however. With partners to be matched at 6:00 a.m., t would be best for Sunday Sunday, it would be best for ate registrants to report to rairie Creek Marina by 5:45 a.m. E v e r y o n e entering t h e ourney should bring his own ife jacket and a stringer. A packet of small safety pins may needed to mark fish kept live wells. Otherwise, partners may mix up their catches. Besides the cash prizes for he top ten finishers $250 for 'irst place, $175 for second, $75 : or third, and $25 for fourth through tenth, the Jaycees will offer about 15 or 20 other jrizes. The person catching the largest fish will have it mounted free by Steve Grissom of Fayetteville. Other merchants who have contributed prizes are Hanna Marine with an Aqua Float; Woolworlh's with a ten dollar jift certificate: Gibson's with a rod and reel: Western Auto of Prairie Grove with a $5 gift certificate; Precision Motors Marine with rod holders for a boat: J and J Sport Shop with spinning rod; Montgomery- Ward with 10 road Atlases: Springdale Sport Shop with a Dolphin K'/i foot spincast rod. The Wai Mart stores of Springdale and Fayettevilte also are contributing merchandise. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Anybody home? Who's on first? Why? Don't ask. Even Abbott and Costelta couldn't have explained the mess. With a daffiness that brought back memories of Brooklyn Dodgers those and wild New York Giants, the new. improved Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants elevated the art of baserunning to new highs, Or, depending on your point of view, dumped it down to new lows. Things like San Diego rookie Dan Spillner's one-hit 1-0 victory over the Chicago Cubs were almost overlooked, as were the "commonplace" victories by Montreal, 4-2 over Cincinnati; Atlanta, SO over New York; and Philadelphia, 5-4 over Houston. In the first inning of the Dodgers' game in Pittsburgh Wednesday night, which the Pirates won 7-3, Lee Lacy of Los Angeles was on third, Jimmy Wynn on second and Ron Cey on first, as Jerry Reuss fired a two-out, full-count pitch to Joe Ferguson. Strike t h r e e ? Ferguson thought so. So did catcher Manny Sanguillen, flipping the ball toward the mound. And so, unfortunately, did Lacy, jogging toward the Dodgers' dugout. Strike three? Nope. Ball four. Wynn. on third by this time, took off for home but was out by the cathcer Sang. who then relayed it to Richie Hebner at third, who stepped on the bag. Lacy suddenly realized what was going on and dashed headlong to the plate, where Hebner threw to Sanguillen, who tagged Lacy. Chief umpire Ed Sudol finally ruled that Wynn was out when he touched home because he technically passed Lacy or the basepath. And titled to borne Lacy was because of the bases-loaded walk, even though he was near the dugout when Wynn was out. And what's more, the umpire added, Lacy was immune to a tag. So he scored when he slid home, even though Sangvillen tagged him and even though Wynn had already made the last out of the inning. The Pirates overcame t h e Dodgers' $-1 lead to win. GIANTS 5, CARDINALS 4 The Giants had a play to match. PADRES 1, CUBS I Spiltaer called his one-hitter his best game ever, and, if he had had luck, would have had a no-hitter against the Cubs, Rick Monday's third-inning line drive ricocheted off Spill- ner, and he made it to first. EXPOS 4, REDS 2 Ron Hunt's bases-loaded tie- World Bowl NEWPORT BEACH. Calif. '-W o r l d Football League "Commissioner announced that tb* World Bowl, the LeagueV flirt championship game. wiU- lit held at Jacksonville, Fla.. on Friday. Nov. 29. breaking single and Tim Foil's sacrifice fly gave the Expos a two-run edge in the fourth inning--which rookie relief pitcher John Montague made stand.' BRAVES 5. METS 0 Tom House relieved Buzz Capra for the Braves in the sixth inning, with Atlanta leading 2-0, and preserved the win. PHILS 5, ASTROS 4 Mike Schmidt had three singles and drove home two runs and fifth Jim Lonborg pitched straight victory Phillies victory over Houston. We h»T* a savings profnm and interest rat* la ««rt you need*. : Fayefteville Savings/ Loan Association tnti. Ea*t Arena* " .'·" Three Games Mark Action Three games highlighted action in men's slow pitch softball played at Asbell Field Wednesday evening. McDonald's trounced 141st Signal Company 176. Ben Schlegel was the winning pitcher and Bill Bon am the loser. Stewart Nolan produced four RBI's for the winners while Larry Garrett hod tbree for the losers. Dennis Raley scored three runs for McDonald's. Yamaha Cycle Inn defeated Dennis Home Furnishings 21-6 as White Hensman became the winning pitcher while relegating Wayne Prince to the losing position in the scorebook. Chuck Lewis and Layman Faulkner each had two RBIs for Dennis and White Hensman and Ted Patterson had four RBIs each For Yamaha. Bill Dunn and Lewis scored wo rims each for Dennis w h i l e Ron Doughit scored four for Dennis. Lazenby Real Estate blanked EPC 4-0 in the evening's final contest. Jim Shreve notched the win while Johnny Johnson wns tagged with the defeat. Ted Doak was the game's leading offensive performer with two RBIs. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (150 at bats)-- R.ISmith, StL, .372; Garr, All, .370. RUNS--Bonds, SF, 52; Wynn, LA, 51. RUNS BATTED IN--Garvey, LA. 55; Wynn, LA. 54. HITS--Garr, All. 104; Garvey, LA. 87; Maddojc, SF. 87. DOUBLES--Maddox, SF, 20; Rose. Cin, 19. TRIPLES--Garr, All, 10; A.Oliver, Pgh, 6. HOME RUNS-Schmidt, Phi, 17; Wynn, LA, 17; Bench, Cin, 13; Cedeno, Htn, 13; Garvey LA, 13. STOLEN BASES--Brock, StL, 42; Cedeno, Htn. 30. PITCHING (6 Decisions)-John, LA, 10-2, .833, 2.55 Capra, All, 7-2, .778, 1.40. STRIKEOUTS -- Seaver NY 110; Carlton. Phi, 102. Travelers Slip Past Victoria Toros 2-1 LITTLE ROCK {AP) -- Jerry Mumphrey singled Larry Herndon home in the sixth inning o give Arkansas a 2-1 victory Dver the Victoria Toros here Wednesday night in a Texas West Fork Splits Twinbill BENTONVILLE - West Fork and Bentonville split an Atneri can Legion baseball doubleheader here Wednesday evening with West Fork winning the first game 8-2 and Bentonville the second 4-3. In the first game David King went the distance for West Pork as he held Bentonville to three hits while striking out six Ronnie Bradley produced a bases empty homer in the thirt for West Fork and Rick Led better had a two-run double in the fifth. D a v i d Bahnsak pitched Bentonville to the w i n in the second game, giving up only [pur hits to West Fork, while was charged Bentonville scored single runs in the second and third innings before West Fork rallied in the third to trail 2-1 going into the sixth inning. The home team scored again in the sixth to lea' 4-1 before West Fork score* twice in toe seventh and ha the tying run on third when the game ended West Fork is now 2-4 on the ·eason and BentonviUe 1-1 West Fork will play Siloam Springs this evening at 6:30 at Travelers' winningest pitcher with his seventh victory, die not have an easy time. He had 'o pitch out of trouble in the fourth, seventh, eighth anc ninth innings. The only run the Toros managed came in the fourth when irock Pemberton's single got hrough right fielder Mike Vail, scoring Randy Trapp from first ase. The Travelers scored in the irst inning when Hem don was hit by a pitch. Rudy Kinard hen singled Hemdon to third and Mumphrey grounded in to double play. In the sixth. Hemdon led off with a single, then stole his 28th ase of the season to set up the final score. With the victory, Arkansas moved back to within two games of Victoria, who leads :he Texas League east division standings. Paul Jamerson with the loss. the Fiyetteville Legion Field. American "ague baseball game. Ron Selak, who became the Cyclist Disqualified SONDRIO, Italy (AP) -- Colombian cyclist Hernan Diaz was disqualified from the tour of Italy cycling race for ama- :eurs Wednesday because he 'ailed to pass an anti-doping test, tour officials announced. Details of his expulsion were not given. Diaz had won one teg in the Jets Ink Four Vets NEW YORK (AP) -- The New York Jets announced today that four defensive veterans--Chris Farasopoulos, Rich Sowells, John Gbersole and Rob Spicer--were signed to their 1974 contracts, Farasopoulos is a safety. Sowells is a comerback and F.ber- sole and Spicer are linebackers. Assistant CM Signed BOSTON (AP) - Casey Franfciewicz, 34, former assistant coach and player with the Boston Minutemen of the North American Soccer League, has been named the tram's assistant general manager. Sears 10 A.M.-10 P.M. FRIDAY 10 A.M.-9 P.M. SATURDAY LOCATED IN THE REAR OF THE STORE FREE SOFT DRINKS LIMITED QUANTITIES Men's Short Sleeve Knit Shirts $^50 2 Ea. Polyester Cotton Blends · ·} Four Button Front · Solid* and Plaids Model No. 1784 Home Shop Vacuum, reg. $32.99 24.88 Model No. 2242 Belt Sander, reg. $47.99 29.S8 4 Only Model No. 1919 Calibrater Spreader, reg. $16.95 . . 10.88 ( Only Model No. 19*5 Broadcast Spreader, reg. $21.55 . . 13.88 Model No. 17244 Sabre Saw Kit 39.99 Model No. 1135 ft" V.S. Rev. Drill, reg. in 1972 $46.99 . . 29.88 Model No. 2945 Radial Arm Saw 10", reg. in 1972 $269 . . 169.88 1 Only 12" Bench Saw, used--Complete. Sold new for $429. Used Price $299 Model No. 5911 1-speed Trolling Motor, reg. $11.99 19.99 Line Winding Special-Fill yonr spool with 6 to 2ft Ib. test line 59c Canoe Sail Boat, reg. $450 $378 Selected Groop trailer tires and wheels Vi Price 1 only Model No. 2169 brash powermate vacuum, reg. $79.99 59.00 2 only Powermate--*non-adjnstable vacuum, reg. $40.00 $2» All Sewing Machine Chairs hi stock, reg. $30.00 $25 Carpet Hand Vac, reg. $14.99 9.99 1 trade-in 3 year old sewing machine $55 3 only Model No. 6134 Indoor-Outdoor Vacuum, reg. $39.99 24.99 1 only Model No. 6181 Indoor-Outdoor Vacuum, reg. $44.99 34.99 Limited Quantity Monogrammers 3.88 MODEl NO. 4361 SAVE $109 25" COLOR TV RETURNED Regular $699.95 $ 599 Model No. 4316 25" Color TV, returned, reg. $899.95 $448 Model No. 4334 25" Color TV, returned, reg. $579.95 . . . . $499 Model No. 4315 25" Color TV, returned, reg. $659.95 . . . $588 Model No. 43111 25" Color TV, returned, reg. $809.95 . . . . $399 Model No. 4335 25". Color TV, retained, reg. $539.95 . . . . $488 2 Model No. 4168119" Color TV floor models, reg. $379.95 $299 Model No. 4191 19" Solid stale Color TV, Returned, reg. $449.95 $399 Model No. 41102 18" Color TV floor model, reg. $299.95 $249.95 2 Model No. 5016 12" Black and White TV floor model, reg. $109.95 $99 2 Model No. 740ft Component Stereo AM/FM with turntable, returned, reg. $179.95 $118 Model No. 31204 Console Stereo floor model, reg. $359.95 $299 No. 3422, re-conditioned Automatic elarifler, while 6 last $84 ea. No. 3423, re-cnndilioned neutralizing niter, I only . . . . $«ft ea. No. 3424, reconditioned filter, for taste and odor, 4 only $68 ea. No. 3472. re-conditioned, model 30E, Water softener, 1 only $140 ea . No. 3484, re-conditioned, aqnastatic, Sears Best, Water softener, 2 only $]M ea. 10% off Onr entire stock of alternators, while 13 last, Regular $19 to $599.99 $«% ofTt A select group of Storm doors, Regnlar $34.95 to $119.95, while 24 doors last 15% off! A select group of lawn buildings, regular $79.95 to $249.95, while 14 fast 5*% off! On rentlre stock of storm windows hi stock, while they last! 25% off! A select groep of patio covers, regular $149.95 to $349, while 6 last Carpet Remnants Stock No 8775-913 1892-019 B015-M6 5002-641 5002 -61 1 8292-027 8972-Red 7572-039 8972-009 7542-024 8132-007 7722-024 5*72-001 7542*81 »551-573 3352-053 O82-069 3352-*97 S*72-M1 Name Premiere sculpture Overpath braided Bolero sculpture Holiday ofefin Holiday olefin Gentletides high low shag sculptured Variation II sculptured Preview shag Variation 11 sculptured New Love shag Diana sculptured Match Mate shag Patio Turf New Love Shag Rough 'n Ready Vinyl Vinyl Vinyl Patto Turf Size 15x15-2 15x35-3 15x9 9xl»-4 6x4 12x26-7 12x29 12x16-10 12x11 12x14 12x41-6 12x34 12x14 12x9 12x9 12x24 12x18 12x26 12x27-3 Regnlar 201.98 704.41 149.85 20.55 «.oo 372.01 308.77 179.29 131.88 186.51 386.82 634.67 130.59 119.88 83.88 140.48 62.16 156.76 218.13 Sell 151.43 355.00 65.00 9.00 2.00 260.00 192.61 138.90 72.85 99.00 299.00 358.00 88.00 68.** 49.00 89.00 44.** llt.OO 185.M No. 43628 electrk surface cooktop, reg. $189.95, 1 only . . . $134 No. 42321, sell cleaning, built in oven, reg. $339, white, 1 only $244 No. 22402, Gas grill on permanent post, reg. $119.95, Save $20.95 $99 No. 99121, Micro-wave oven, reg. $249.95, Save $25.95 . . . $224 Na. 92536, Electric range, with continuous clean oven, returned, sold for $304.95 $208 No. (2151, compact 115 volt portable dryer, freight i damaged, reg. $119.95. Save $12.95 $77 No. 11203, compact spinner washer, returned, 1 only .... $88 No. 22901, ID cycle I.anV Kenmore Washer, freight damaged, reg. $344.95 $308 No. 20600, 6 cvcle Kenmore washer, returned, sold for $229.95 $158 No. 2AOO. 10 cvcle Kenmore washer, returned, sold for $299.95 $178 No 227M; 5 cycle Kenmore washer, dented, reg. $289.95 No. 62806. Automatic Kenmnre dryer, reg. $239.95 No. 229*4/629*4, Ladv Kenmore Washer, Dryer pair, demo pair, reg. $609.9* No. 22906/«2S«i. Lady Kenmore Washer, Dryer pair, floor sample, reg. $W9.90 No. 68411, 14 cubic ft. frostless refrigerator, Sears low price . $255 $188 $531 . $558 No. 64521, 15.1 en. ft. frostles* refrigerator, freight damage, reg. $3«9 $279 No. 62741 17.1 CD. ft. Frostless Refrigerator with auto ·'"-' ice maker, freight damage, reg. $399.95 $359 No. 62941 19.1 en. ft. Deluxe Refrigerator with auto ice maker, cold water tap, demonstrator, reg. $479.95 . . $429 No. 63144 19.1 en. ft. Side by Side Refrigerator, freight damage, reg. $449.95 $411 Line Winding Special Fill Your Spool With 6 Lb. to 20 Lb. Test Line 59' ·ring Your Spools Only Please No. 7072 23* TOH 18«*» BTU Air Conditioner, retimed, sold for $329.95 ................ No. 7322 115 TOH High Efficiency 14*M BTU Window Air Conditioner, returned, sold for *338.5« .......... ............... No. 7*96 J2*»i BTU Ah- Conditioner, returned, sold for $479.95 .................... Cut Velvet cornice board width Inside 96" face depth 19"-27", reg. I12S.25 Model No. 371« Marble top tables, reg. J74.9S . . Mirror, reg. *29.#* . Model No. W*73 42" aluminum table, 10 only, reg. «29.9 1 ! ..... fMhon^lir rh»ir, rrf. *79.95 ........... "San tmttn" nHe «*»n««. rrg. *5».«s ....... 1 onlv WwW v-v rrra T«t» «lrrn jef. matfre** Ami HAY $198 $238 $27* M»dH Nn. 5«11 1 only nxbltmd reclmer. ree. St»».9S ........ ,, Mt* utam!. nt. tn.K ........ Twin Isabella Headboard, t onlv, reg. $59.95 1 Only twm fceadbMtd, reg. *29.*t 2 Only Bw*a Park Ml »)» headbmrd, reg. *i4.9S 1 only Modrt N,. 97516 redwMd chb chair, r«*. *».9S ...................... ; JMel N*. S(3M Saa Miekele sofa nd rkair, reg. *4» 94 Far « West triple dreuer, Mirror, bcadkmrd, 2 (Me st«*di, fra«M, r«g. SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Northwest Arkansas Plaza f, |i* SAVE 31.95 3-CYCLE Washer Freight Damaged Regular 179.95 148 Hiway 71 Between PHONE Fayetteville and Springdale 521-6000

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