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Professional Baseball St. Louis Hurlers Give Up 15 Hit* NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. Philadelphia 37 32 .536 St. Louis Montreal Chicago Pittsburgh Montreal Nips Cards GB .515 .508 .438 .431 .388 2 6Vi 7 10 7V4 2-1, 34 32 31 30 28 36 28 37 New York 26 41 West Los Angeles 45 23 .6667 Cincinnati 39 28 .582 Atlanta 39 30 .565 Houston 35 35 .500 12 San Fran 33 39 .458 15 San Diego 30 44 .405 19 Sunday's Games Cincinnati 4-2. Atlanta 2nd game 12 innings New York at Philadelphia, ppd., rajn Montreal 4, St. Louis 2 Chicago 7, Pittsburgh 3 Houston 8, San Diego 2 Los Angeles 4, San Francisco 3 Monday's Games New York (Mallack 5-5) at Chicago (Todd 1-1) Pittsburgh (Reuss 6-4 and Demery 0-2) at St. Louis (Gib- sun 3-8 and Foster 2-5) 2, N Cincinnati (Gullett 74) al Houston (Griffin 7-3) N Philadelphia (Lonborg 9-5) al Montreal (Torrez 7-4) N Atlanta (Capra 7-2) at Los Angeles (Rau 5-3) N San Francisco (Bryant 2-8) a 1 San Diego (Spillner 3-1) N American League Kasl W L Pet. GB ST. LOUIS (AP) - According o Montreal Manager Gene Mauch, there's still little to noose among six clubs in the Dast Division of the National League. "1 can't see anything differ- nt than last year," the 48- ear-old Mauch observed Sun- "The team that plays their Jest brand of ball the most umber of games will win it," ie predicted. "All six teams re capable of beating anybody any time. The New York Mets might shut you out for a week." Boston Detroit Baltimore Cleveland Mihnmkee New York Oakland Chicago Texas Kansas City California Minnesota 39 35 34 38 .583 -- 33 32 32 35 35 West 37 32 33 33 36 3'1 33 33 .530 .507 .500 .500 .500 .536 .500 .514 .500 .433 .403 3V4 5 5% 5V4 5V4 Sunday's Games New York 4. Detroit 2, 2nd game pprt., rain Chicago 3-3. Minnesota 1-4 Boston 8, Cleveland 0 Milwaukee 9. Baltimore 4 Kansas City 4, Oakland 1 California 10. Texas 3 Monday's Games Detroit (Lagrow 5-6) at Balti more (Alexander 3-3), N Milwaukee (Colhorn 3-3) a Boston (Tiant 9-6), N Clevelnd (Peterson 4-3) New York (Medich 8-5), N Chicago (Wood 11-8) at Kan sas City (Busby 9-6 or Paltin 2 3). N " -- «{, N Minnesota (RIyleve n 5-9) Texas (Clyde 3-3). N ( California (Lunge 3-3) Oakland (Hamilton 4-2), N Tuesday's Gamts Detroit at Rallimore. N Milwaukee at Boston. N Cleveland at New York. N Chicago at Kansas City. N Minnesota at Texas, N Cialfornla at Oakland. N Johnson Acquired MILWAUKEE -- The Mi waukee Brewers acquired ve eran first baseman-outfielde Deeron Johnson from t h Oakland A's for slightly ove the $25,000 waiver price. Maunch's third - place Expos, shut down it not out by the second-place St. Louis Cardinals for two nights, proved the point. Hal Breeder's first homer revived them from a 2-fl deficit on a perfect, sunny afternoon, and the Expos went on to win 4-2. "We played awful good base- bal Itoday," Mauch said. Before arising, the Expos and starter Ernie McAnally let the Cards slip in front on a walk, hit batsman, Jim Dwyer's single and Ken Reitz' run-scoring grounder. Breeden, however, rode a John Curtis fast ball over the fence in left-center to trim the deficit to 2-1 in the sixth. Bob Bailey's home run two innings later forged a 2-2 tie, chasing Curtis, and four singles in the ninth off reliever Al Hrabosky, 1-1, won it. Two of the late heroes were Barry Foote, whose pinch single ignited the winning burst, and Ron Hunt. "It wasn't easy to not play him," Mauch said in respect to Foote, the · club's 22-year-old catcher, "because he hit a home run off Curtis the last time we played here." Hunt followed Foote'i hit with a bloop single to right after faking a bunt, and Tim Foli and Ken Singleton followed with the run-producing hits. "I tried to top it/but it didn't work out," Hunt said of his key blow. "It came down right, though." The opinion was echoed by chagrined Cards Manager Red Schoendienst, whose three pitchers were riddled for 15 hits. "He couldn't have thrown the ball and put it in a better place," Schoendienst lamented. Sandra Haynie Wins Ladies i PGA Crown SUTTON, Mass. (AP) _ ·andra Haynie, the second lighesl money winner in wom- ens pro golf history, probably never will forget the 17th hole at Pleasant Valley Country Club. But she can smile about t now as the 20!h Ladies PGA champion. The 31-year-old Texan, whose ow key belies her fierce com- jctilivcuess. survived another rush with near disaster on the ,7th Sunday and won the LPGA or the second time with a 72- hole score of 288, four under par. "This K truly a championship golf course, but I'll think of Jial hole for a long while," Wiss Haynie said. "That hole las cost me two tournaments here and it came close to doing it again." Nursing a oneslroke lead entering the final round, she teed off in the rain and birdied three of the first four holes. She added another on the llth green and was six strokes ahead of runnerup JoAnne Garner, a playing partner. Then she picked up bogeys on She 13th and 16th greens, but there still appeared to be no danger as she headed for t h e 17th tee with a six-stroke lead Then she drove into rough near a tree, chipped out and sent her third shot into a bank inches shy ol water. She eventually settled for a double bogey six and a two-stroke lead. Miss Haynie got par on the ast hole and finished with her third consecutive regulation 73 after a first-round 69. She col lected $7.000 for her 31st tour victory less than three weeks after her 31st birthday. Miss Haynie, the'1965 LPGA champion, boosted her earning; for the year to $44,000. She hai won 1357,000 in her career r a n k i n g b e h i n d Kathj Whitworth. Miss Whitwort earned $1,150 for a tie for 10th boosting her lifetime monej nearly $525,000. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tony Perez was standing at lome plate, waiting to lead off he 12th inning for the Cincin- lati Reds. It was the second game of Dodgers Nip San Francisco Perez Homers To Boost Cincy Reds Sunday's long doubleheader against Atlanta and Braves' catcher Johnny Dates was wrestling with reliever Joe Niekro's knuckleball. Perez Davis Wins Jaycee Bass Tournament By AUBREY SHEPHERD Gordon Davis, Woolworth's pro bassman. won- the first rize of $250.00 cash, two tro- jhies and a free Steve Grissom -axidermy job -for his catch of .2 pounds 13 ounces of black ass in Sunday's first animal - " a r m i n g t o n Jaycees Open BASS Tournament held at Prairie Creek Marina near Rogers, Ark. Bob Carnes of Springdale took a trophy and $125.00 second place money. Bob, who manufactures A r k i e Jigs caught eleven pounds nine ounces of bass. St. Paul H i g h School Counselor John Wages of Huntsville earned $75.00 for lis third place finish with nine pounds 14 ounces. A close fourth was Roger Mhoori who earned (25.00 with nine pounds '.wo ounces. Davis, who is manager ol Woolworth's Plaza sportinf · g o o d s department, usec magenta Hightailer plastic worms to lead the field of thirty-eight bassmen. Although his address is Springdale. Cor don actually lives on the shores of Beaver Lake and was defi nitely fishing h o m e water. He laughingly attributed his sue cess to h i s partner's use o "twister" style 'grubs, which, he joked, may have chased the fisl to his worms. Trophy and twenty-five dolla winners other than Mhoon wer Fulbright Wood Products fore man Jerry N. Lewis (4th); well known Beaver Lake guide Mur ray Lewis (5th); Huntsvill lumberyard owner James K Coger (7th); Standard Registe Member* of Medical Arts' 1974 Pee Wee League entry include (Top Row), from lefl, Bill Newport, George Phillips, Sieve Long, Mike Paxsnn, Medical Art Kritt Winkle, Chad Lawrence, Sieve Kills and Coaches Rrien Jones, left, and J«n Newport. (Front Raw), drtg Roberts, David Jones, Damn Wright, Kelly Stacy, Chock Unharn. Kent McAllister, Bobby Pas chel ud Billy Dunn. (TIMES- photo by Ken Good) Recovery Room's Special of Specials! Standard Sofa-Reupholstered $139.00 Complete. or Hide-A-Bed . . . Includes . . . THE FABRIC Any fabric «· l» l».*t per ytrd Inm uy of lo»r fun tine ol books, meMng Kirscfc, Cr«TM, O.V.S., Dcgwwd, Mkhrest, *«sW» . . . Hercnta**, 1M Mr cert nyhmi uigakydes, verveta, etc . .. Any fabric NOT ScotekgaiM we wOl Scrfchgard FKEE! THE LABOR Renwal ·( ALL Fabric, Tying «f Springs, rewektag, ghmg of Frame, rvp*ddng, *Md t*Hk-«p, aiy other ·ecesury repair* . . . ALL WORK GUARANTEED to YOVK S*tM»ct»«! RE Pick Up and Dettwy Wife i 25 Nile Radta Call 521-8815 3L Mtwtaw, Fayefefille iress foreman Lawrence Mc- onnell of Fayetteville (8lh); ay Bob Toney of Fayetteville 9th); and Rocky Branch Bass lub president Lanny White- ouse of Fayetteville (10th). Those winning prizes of mer- handise included Larry Philps of Sears (llth) with an ice lest from Graggs Grocery; ohn Cheatham of Lincoln I2th), with a rod from Spring- ale Sport Shop; Lillle Dan ackle representative Ronnie ,heam of Farmineton (13th), ith a spinnng rod from .1 and Sport Shop; Beavark plastic 'orm manufacturer Eugene lenry Cloer of Ixjwell (14th) r ith a life preserver cushion rom Hanna Marine; U n i I e d 'arcel Service employe D a n n y harles Hudson of Springdale :ied for 15lh), with a rod ho!from Precision Marine; Morlhwest Arkansas TIMES utdoor writer Aubrey Shepherd lied for 15th), with a spincast et from Gibson's; Frank lullen of Springdale with a ighway Atlas from Montomery-Ward. Others receiving Yard's atlasses were Spe-dee lart Manager Tom Logsdon 18th), Fayetteville city em- iloye Wayne Bobbins '(19th), 'ayetteville c i t y manager )onald Grimes 20th, and Ray's Barber Shop owner Ray Wages of Fayetteville (21st). Ace Comb Co. employe Gene Jones (22nd) f Magazine, Ark., received a 5.00 gift certificate from West- rn Auto of Prairie Grove. Voolworlh's contribution of 10.00 cash was used to help ay for trophies. A weather front which passed Saturday night left skies o n l y oartly cloudy and the air verv ool hy the time of the tournaments' take-off Sunday mor- ling. Contestants who wished to ish the White River and War Eagle arms of the lake found muddy water. Laurence McConnell, however, found a few bass akiirg his favorite purple Snap 'ail plastic worms, despite the muddy water. Lawrence and he fishing reporter went to i-ithin 100 yards of War Eagle Will in search of clear water Hit still got their best fish from the dingy water down lake. laughed. "You're having trouble catching it," he said, "and I'm supposed to hit it?" Then the Reds' slugger did exactly that, sending a Niokro butterfly fluttering into the con- ter field seats for a 2-1 Cincinnati victory and a sweep of the doubleheader. In the opener, Roger Nelson won his first game since May 26. 4-2. with Joe Morgan contributing three hits, including a two-run homer. The sweep returned the Reds to second place in the National League's West Division games behind Los Angeles. It also cooled off the Braves, who dropped three straight against the Reds after winning eight of nine. Elsewhere in the National L e a g u e Sunday, Montreal trimmed St. Louis 4-2, Chicago rapped Pittsburgh 7-3, Houston look San Diego 8-2 and Los Angeles topped San Francisco 4-3. New York's g a m e at, Philadelphia was rained out. Cnhs 7, Pirates 3 Bill Madtock's tie-breaking single keyed a four-run eighth inning that gave the Cubs the victory over the Pirates. Astros 8, Padres 2 Home runs by Cesar Cedeno and Bob Watson and pitcher Claude Osteen's two-run double led Houston Astros to an 8-2 rout of the San Diego Padres. Expos 4, Cards 2 Ninth-inning singles by Tim Foli and Ken Singleton drove in the tie-breaking runs ant moved Montreal past St. Louis Dodgers 4, Giants 3 The Dodgers battled from he hind to defeat the Giants with Manny Mota's bunt single tying the score in the seventh inning and Ken McMullen's pinrl singlt winning the game in the ninth. College Club Earns Three College Club raised their American Legiun season record p 16-4 by claiming throe vic- ories from Independence. Missouri, in games played Saturday and Sunday. Saturday College Club won 5-4 n an extr'a innirrg contest. Ihelby Sizemore singled in the xrttom of the eighth and Jackie )avis doubled him home Tor the vinning run. Lawson picked up he victory in relief of Brian Holt. Osborn is now 6-2 on the season. The second game Saturday made it only through five innings before it was postponed intil Sunday when College Club inished up with a 16-9 win. Bob "tevens picked up the win in clief of Rick Taylor. Stevens s now 2-0 for the season. Jackie )avis was two-for-two at the plate w h i l e Shelby Sizemoi-e was two-for-three. The Fayetteville team won he final game 12-7 by breaking a 7-7 lie in the sixth with five uns. Gary Atha, 2-1, was the vinning pitcher while Sizemora vent four-for-five at the plate with four RBI . In addition to their 16-4 season mark College Club stands 4-0 in and in first place in cague play. Tuesday evening P a y e t t e v i l l e tangles with Rogers in a road trip twinbill and then hosts West Fork Fri-. day. NorthweW Aikcinris T1MIS, Mon., Jirrw 24, 1*74 · FAVETTCVILLE, A R K A N S A S Big Attraction By The Associated Press I.OS ANGELES (AP) -- The San Francisco Giants are a bigger attraction in Los Angeles :han they are at home. The Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers drew 141,866 fans in three weekend games at Dodger Stadinm. fn six games here this season the two teams have plaved he- fore a total of 262.488--heller than the 259.230 the Giants have drawn all season at Candlestick Park in 31 games. The weekend series gave the Dodgers a total attendance of 2.084,750 for 36 games at home. Tennis Results WESTFORB. Mass. (AP)-Third-seed Ted Hoehn from ef- fersonville, VI., beat sixth-seed Ted MacBeth of South Dartmouth. Mass.. 7-6. 2-6. 6-4, 63, Sunday to win Ihe singles event in Ihe New England Men's Tennis Championships. In the donblts linals. Bill Drake and Chum Slecle. both of Boston, defeated Paul Sullivan of Wayland, Mass., and Keith Jennings of \Veston, Muss., 4-6. 6-1, 7-5, 7-5. Sullivan and Jennings had won the past four [years. Little League Slugger Tim Taylor, son of Mr. a n d hisl week. Tim plays for Mrs. Ron Taylor produced the Grccr's Abstract and helled first grand slam home r 11 " his shot against McDonald's of the Little League season (TIMESpnoto by Ken Good) Observer Splits Doubleheader The Washington County 01)- ierver split a pair of non-league .'ast pitch softball games with the Aces of Fort Smith Sunday afternoon al Ihe City Park. The Fort Smith team vyon the first, game 13-1(1 in extra innings before the Observer came back to win 10-1 in the nightcap. Ace Douglas picked up the victory in the first game while Dean Tistlale was charged with .he loss. Doug Moore protlucec a key triple for the winners while Tisdale had a three run liomer and David Beckham a bases empty homer, b o t h for the Observer. TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service Hew Used Antennas Color · Black White Bontteri · Towers Free Estimates 751-7927 m-84K 751-0257 In the second game ,1. D^ Flash picked up the victory while Bob Jones was charged with the loss. 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