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Professional Baseball ·mnmmiiiiiiiTtiniiiiunngiii! ai\ mm ^niiiiiiiiiiui NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pel. GB Philaphia 38 32 .543 -St. Louis 36 32 .529 1 Montreal 31 31 .500 3 Chicago 28 37 .431 6'/i Pittsburgh · 28 39 .418 8'/i New York 27 41 .397 10 West Los Angeles 47 24 .G62 -Cincinnati 39 29 .574 S'A Atlanta 40 30 .571 611 Houston 36 35 .507 11 San Fran 33 40 .452 15 San Diego 31 44 .413 18 Results Philadelphia 8, Montreal 2 St. Louis 3-4, Pittsburgh 1-0 Houston 6, Cincinnati 1 New York 4, Chicago 2 Atlanta 4. Los Angeles 3 San Diego 2, San Francisco 1 Tuesday's Games New York (Koosinan 7-4) at. Chicago [Rcuschel 6-4) Philadelphia (Ruthvcn 2-5) at Montreal (Rcnko 4-7), N Pittsburgh (Ellis 3-C) at St, Louis (Thompson 0-2). N Cincinnati (Billingham 6-6) at Houston (Dierker 5-3), N Atlanta (Reed 5-3) at Los Angeles (Messersmith 7-2). N San Francisco (Moffitt 2-3) a San Diego (Palmer 0-0), N Wednesday's Games New York at Chicago Atlanta at Los Angeles Pittsburgh at St. Louis, 2, N Philadelphia at Montreal, N Cincinnati at Houston. N San Francisco at San Diego Gibson Shackles Bucs; Cards Sweep Twinbill AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. G Boston 40 28 .588 -Detroit 35 32 .522 45 Baltimore 35 33 .515 5 Cleveland 34 33 507 5' New York 35 36 .493 S', Milwaukee 32 - 33 .402 G 1 , West Oakland 38 32 543 _ Chicago 33 32 .508 . Texas 36 35 .507 21 Kansas City 33 34 .493 31 Minnesota 28 39 418 (U California 30 42 .417 9 Monday's Games Baltimore 3, Detroit 1 Boston 9, Milwaukee 0 Cleveland 10, New York 3 Chicago 3, Kansas City 1 Minnesota 8, Texas 4 Oakland 11, California 3 Tuesday's Games Detroit (Lolich 9-7) at Bait more (Cuellar 9-3), N Milwaukee (Sprague 3-1) i Boston (Lee 8 6 ) , N Cleveland (Arlin 0-1) at Ne' York (Dobson 6-8), N Chicago (Pillock 2-2) at Kan sas City (Fitzmorris 6-3) N Minnesota (Corbin 5-0) Texas (Bibby 10-9), N California (Stoneman 1-5) a Oakland (Hunter 9-8), N Wednesday's Games Cleveland at New York Milwaukee at Boston California at Oakland Detroit at-Baltimore, N Chicago at Kansas City N Minnesota at Texas, N League Leaders «lliniOIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIini!l!lll!llll[[[!!!l!!!ll!!ll]|[[||||j|[!!||| Ill) AMERICAN' LEAGUE BATTING (160 at bats)-Carew, Min, .389; R.Jackson Oak, .355. R U N S -- G r i c h , Bal, 43 Ystrzmski, Bsn, 43; Mayberry KC, 43; R.Jnckson, Oak, 43 Rivers, Cal, 42; Campaneris Oak, 42. RUNS BATTED IN--Bur roughs, Tex, 62; Rudi, Oak, 51. H I T S -- C a r e w . M i n , 98; A.Johnson. Tex, 86. DOUBLES--Rudi. Oak, 21; Burroughs, Tex, 18. TRIPLES--Rivers, Cal, 6 Hisle, Min. 6; Darwin, Min. 5; Campaneris, O a k , 5. HOME RUNS--D.Allen, Chi 16 ; Mayberry. KC. 1(5- W.Horton, Det, IS; R.Jackson Oak, 15. S T O L F, N BASES--North Oak, 26; Patek, KC. 20. PITCHING (7 Decisions)-- G.Perry, Cle, 13-1. .929 1 29 Cuellar, Bal, 9.3, .750, 3.3-1. STRIKEOUTS--N. Ryan Cal 157; Blyleven, Min, 102. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (160 at hats)Garr, Atl, .372; R.Smilh, SIL, .368. RUNS--Wynn, LA. 54; Bonds, SF, 5,1. RUNS BATTED IN--Garvey, LA, 57; Wynn, LA, 57; Ccdono, Hln, 55. HITS--Garr, A t l , 107; Garvey, LA, 94. DOUBLES--Maddox. SF, 20; Rose, Cin, 19 TRIPLES--Garr. All, 10; A.Oliver, Pgh, 6; Geronimo Cin, 6. HOME RUNS--Wynn, LA 19- Schmidt, Phi, 17. STOLEN BASES--Brock, SIL 45; Cedeno, Hln. 33. PITCHING (7 Decisions)-John. LA, 10-2, .833, 2.62 Capra Atl, 8-2, .800, 1.46. STRIKEOUTS -- Scaver, NY, 113; Carlton, P h i , 100. Girli Softball The Noon Lions defeated Standard Register 10 8 in girls Softball Monday evening ,u Asbell Field. Pam Nordstrom was the winning pitcher and Holly Horton the loser. 7nP(tmr 34 East Center Phww: 521-6472 Business Cards, Letterheads, Envelopes, Business Forms, Tickets, Posters, Fryers, Mentis, Memo Pads, Church Bulletins, Caiendtrs, Invitations and w on and so fast . . . ST. LOUIS ( A P ) -- "You never cruise, especially against a ball club like that," a perspiring Boh Gibson maintained. The aging Gibson, staked to an early lead, underlined the notation Monday night by bearing down and stopping the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-0 on a four-hitter. His top performance of the season checked his string of defeats at five and capped a St. Louis Cardinals sweep of a doubleheader. "Sometimes you just have to pifch yourself out of a rut," observed Gibson. 4-8, who struck out 11 and walked three after a 3-1 Cards triumph in the opener. "I felt fairly good tonight." he confessed, "but I've been feeling good for the past two or three weeks. "Basically it was a matter of not hanging a lot of sliders like I'd been doing. I think I'd been hanging one out of every three." The 38-year-old Gibson per- niitted singles by Paul Popovich. Gene Clines and Mike Ryan and a double by Richie Zisk leading off the fourth. n u t lie fanned Pirates rookie Mario Mendozu after a spectacular c a t c h by Lou Brock thwarted a second-inning threat and struck out Willie Slargell and Kurt Bevacqua after Zisk doubled. Meanwhile, Pirates pitcher Larry Demery, 0-3, surrendered Jim Dwyer's first major league home run in the second and served a three-run homer to Ted Simmons an inning later. "I've been throwing the ball good for a month," insisted Gibson, who has yielded 12 hryne runs, "but I've been giving up that long ball after a walk." The Cards, who totaled only five hits, also made the most of six singles in the opener. Four of the blows included run-produciirg smashes by Ken Reitz and Mike Tyson in the second off ex-Cardinal Jerry Reuss, 6-5, and a third run scored on an error. Righthander Alan Foster, 35, survived Richie Hebner's leadoff home run in the sixth and drew relief help from Orlando Pena and Mike Carman the final two inning 5 . Pirates Manager Danny Murf a u g h , whose club has lost five of six games since winning six straight, was down over the double loss.' "I thought when we hit that streak we might be g o i n g " Murtaugh lamented. "Now it looks like we've cooled off again." WFL Will Actively Tap NFL Talent NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (Al'1 -- T h e ' W o r l d Football League has vowed to "vigorously continue" efforts to sign National Football League play crs after a Texas appellate court ruling that cleared the way for WFL recruiting of Dal las Cowboy athletes. Appeals Court Judge Harold Batcrnan of Dallas reversed a lower court injunclion Monda Favorites Move Easily Past 1st Obstacles WIMBLEDON, England (AP) -- Don't accuse Hie Nastase ol overconfidence. After scoring an 8-9, 6-3, 6-4 i-2 victory over Czech oslovakia's Jiri Hrehec in the 'irst round of Wimbledon play the second-seeded Romanian .ricd predicting which player might win the prestigious ten nis event. Naslase's name wasn't men- ioned. "I do not see how I can win icre; I am not playing well," a ircd Nastase said. "Newcombe should win, or maybe Smith." Nastase's prediction secmeci ensible enough. The top-seeded \'e\vcombe, bidding for a f o u r t h Vimbleiloii title, scored a 0-3. 6, 8 6 victory over Georges Go- ·on of Prance. The fourth-seed'(I Smith, his serve smoking, ·recited past Haz Reid of Irenville, S.C., 6-3, (i-3, 6-2. Smith didn't face much presurc: nor did m a n y of the nine ceded players who advanced o the second round. Sweden's Bjorn Borg. seeded fill but leading the lourna- ncnt in screaming teen-age ans, scored an easy victory vcr Britain's G r a h a m Stili- VDH. The 18-year-old Borg bas wept the Italian and French hampionships. Other seeded players [o ad- ·ance w e r e defending cham- ion Jan Kodes of Czech- Slovakia, seeded No. 6; scv- nth-sceded Tom Okker of The Netherlands; 40-year-old Ken Rosewall of Australia, the ninth cert, and Spain's Manuel Jranles, ranked 12th. Jimmy Connors, the third ced, didn't get to complete his [icning match with Sweden's )vc Berr/jlson. Darkness halted ompctilion with the Belleville !.. native holding a 6-1, 7-9 6-2 ?ad. that had halted WFL recruiting of players from the National Football League team. WFL Commissioner Gary L. Davidson, organizer of the'new league, said the ruling confirmed the WFL's belie! "in the freedom of competition between leagues and t h e . freedom of players to have viable alternatives in choosing employers " He added that the WFL "has not, and will not in the future, violate the valid terms of any presently existing contract . . ." He said players obligated to the NFL for 1975 and who have signed with the WFL would not join the WFL until 1976. Tex Schramm, Cowboys' president and general manager, said he would have no comment on Judge Batcman's decision until club attorneys read the opinion. Texas District Court Judge Charles Long had issued an injunction that barred WFL recruiting of Cowboys Calvin Hill Craig Morton and Mike Montgomery. The injunction was granted to the Cowboys, who described jhe WFL recruiting as "raiding." Hill, Morton and Montgomery h a d signed contracts w i t h Hawaii, Houston and Birmingham, of the WFL, respectively. Baleman disagreed with the Cowboys' claims that the WFL recruitment was illegal meddling in player contracts. "We must consider the freedom of contract of the individual players as well as the rights of the club under its present contracts," he said. "Bargaining for future services is a matler of economics. The club can assure itself of lie continued services and loy- ilty of its players by offering hem long term contracts and ither f i n a n c i a l inducements. If t chooses not to do so for economic reasons, if has no legal round to complain if the play- ;rs look elsewhere for their fu- ure careers and enter into con- ract-s for services to be performed when their present con- racls with the club expire." The WFL also has signed a lumber of players from other ··FL clubs to contracts for 1976 )nc club guaranteed J3.5 mil- ion to hire Larry Csonka, Paul Varfield and Jim Kiick from he Miami Dolphins. Other NFL stars to sign with he fledgling league include quarterback Daryle Lamonica of Oakland, linebacker Bill Bergey of Cincinnati and running back Larry Smith of the Los Angeles Rams. TRf-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service N«w ttattf AntenitM Color . Black * WMIe ·*n4en · Tvwtrs Frc* Ertimato 7S1-HK ' 75I-J2S7 Four Qualify For Regional Meet Nortfiwwt Arkoiwoi TIMES, TIM*., Jun* 25, 1974 »»T«TTIVILLI. AUKAHtAS Youth Center Tracksters Earn State Honors Qualifiers from four state regional meets met at Russellville's Tech Stadium this past weekend for the Arkansas State A.A.U. Junior Olympics. Coach Donnie Cook traveled with the team. Those winning first or. second place in any event, in ages 12 and over, are eligible to attend the regional Eight Meet in Russellville on July sixth. Those ONE FAMILY LAW We voters are in a sorry shape Cause there's a choice we have to make Shall we elect a one family law And forget the things that we have saw Ml Murray K married to Spencer's niece And Spencer K the chief of pofice For some reason it don't seem right To let one family have aH that might Lef s take Mr time and not be in a hurry In electing a sheriff He Bill Murray He has a very sweet combination To have the chief for his relation Just think of at the power and glory A one family rale would be the story Nixon's family has worked with him Jast take a wok at that Watergate sin Bit Murray might make the best sheriff on Bat kf s not gamble on what he is worth A one famiy machine couU make us tick And make *s col · doctor quick Now Her* Marshal h our other ehoict Urf j vote him in and keep our voice. UN Bar Room CO. McCarty Pol. Ad Paid by C. D. McCarty Ring Bout Tonight SEATTLE (AP) - Heavyweight Boone Kirkman of Renton, Wash., has weighed in at 212 pounds, the heaviest of his boxing career, for his heavyweight bout against Ken Norton tonight. Norton weighed in at 218K pounds Monday. He was expected to top the s c a l e s at about 213. Kirkman has fought at anywhere from Z05 to 210 pounds. ENJOY! KING EDWARD one or a handful qualifying from Fayettcville are Jay Trumbo, Kevin Painter, Tony Treat and Karen Sargent of West Fork. Winners in this meet will travel to the national event in Nebraska. In the girls nine and under division. Nina Menifee won first place in the long jump, second place in the fifty yard dash and second place in the 100 yard dash. In the boys division Jackie Menifee won second place in the I o n g j u m p and third place in the 50 yard dash. Mary Beth Painter won first in the high j u m p , second in the long j u m p and first in the 440 yard dash, all in the girls 11-12 division. In the same age group Karen Conrqw won first place in the long jump, second place in the 100 yard dash and third- place in the 200 yard dash. In the boys 10-11 division Travis Trurrrbo claimed first placa in the long jump. Jay Trumbo and Kevin Painter fared well in the boys 12-13 group w i t h Trumbo winning the 440- and Painter placing second in the mile run. Karen Sargent of West Fork won the long jump, 100 yard dash and 440 in the girls 16-17 division while Tony Treat won second in the boys 16-17 440 yard dash. GRAB A FISTFUL OF OLD-EE FASHIONED BOURBON FLAVOR. Olde Bourbon. There's 137 years of bourbon-making in every bottle of Dant Olde. It takes that kind of know-how to make good honest bourbon at a good honest price. HERITAGE WHISKIES SINCE 1836. fiG Piccf Siraighi Bourbon Whiskey ©J.W. Dan Distillers Co. New Yort. N. Y. Goodrich guaranteed retreads B.F.Goodrich conventional passenger retreads are built on sound, factory inspected tire bodies. They'll give a smooth, comfortable ride and good mileage. Refc«ad Gvaranto* Any passenger rel/eod lire when U ' TM ? ixrsmger c a r Kfvte, f e gunonlcai of Iho original trend ojaret failure r- ! u 1 ? £ 5 : S . Q r e m * f r t * ** ""* failure owsetf by IXXM hazard-^ wrach in ow optrKn, render the tire unserviceable. ft £S WKfa, cofciotis chain cuts or obs!nicKanjoi!3» n o passenger outcraitiio of a passenger outcmofa Ic bring used fcr commerud porpws. AjJfJt*fai retread which fa'k iue tool odluslable oondjcn end n preserved to a BfG store, or aulSotircd ^**«; fcr repteemnl, by its cwrer, sM be adjusted prwif*yJ]d n Ihe-Hwie momer as a nrvrfer, according ' r a " fa1 ^*" on amr* admy. price e sas ord J)pe proeng-r ft* n*eod sizes... F78-T4/7J5-M A78-13/6.00-B G78-W/8.25-14 B78-13/6.50-13 H78-M/8.55-M D78-13/7.00-13 E78-15/7,35-15 B78-14/6.45-U F78-15/7J5-15 C78-14/6.9S-W G78 : 15/8.25-15 E78-14/7.35-14 H78-15/8.S5-15 plus 45? Federal Exdse tax and refreodable Irode-in. WhtfevwJb $1.50 more. B.EGoodrich were the ofherguys eel alignment call for appointment $ this week only 9 most cars, regularly belted passenger retreads any size $ 15 . and rotreadobje trade-ln.JI.iO more for white 4 ways to ehcirge/RevoJving Charge, American Express, Master Charge, BarMmericard 125 W. Mountain Fayetteville, Ark.

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