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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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To Gain Division Lead Northwetl Arkoiwa* TIMES, W*d., June 26, 1974 ·»·«·*··"·»-«*·· · ·» , ARKANSAS Cards Bypass Pittsburgh Pirates ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The St. Louis Cardinals are back atop the National League East but not without a struggle. Manager Red Schoendienst shuffled 20 players, including six pitchers, into the lineup Tuesday night and watched a late rally tip the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-7. So thin were Redbird ranks at the finish that left-hander John Curtis, a starting pitcher, finished in relief. And Sshoendienst, whose club moved a percentage point ahead of the Philadelphia Phils, admitted Sonny Siebert would have been next "If we'd gotten in any more trouble." The 37-year-old Siebert, 7-4, is scheduled to pitch tonight as the Cards attempt to cap a four-same sweep of the fifth- place Sues. Pittsburgh Manager Danny Murtaugh, whose team has lost eight of nine to St, Louis, has nominated hard-luck left-hand- er Jim Rooker, 36, to try to Coach Of The Year HILTON HEAD, S.C. -- The A m e r i c a n Hockey League named Don Cherry, new coach of the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League, as AHL Coach of the Year for the second straight year. become the stopper. i Curtis, 4-7 as a starter, and ;wo eighth-inning hitters who 'ailed to bunt were among key Cardinal figures Tuesday night. "When they told Siebert to go down to the bullpen I told Red I felt good enough to go an in"I'd been throwing about 20 minutes anyway ahead of my next start," he added. "1 felt like I had a lot left and it ought to be put to use." Curtis succeeded where four of five predecessors had failed and set the Pirates down on only Ed Kirkpatrick's single in the ninth. Ahead of the respite a wild eighth inning included four Pi- rate runs for a 7-6 lead which was overcome by a Cardinal counter-attack. ' Ken Reitz led off the winning burst with his second single and Mike Tyson, after failing to sacrifice, doubled home pinch- runner Jack Heidemann. Ted Sizemore was then also supposed to bunt'but failed and singled on the infield setting up a winning hit by Lou Brock. "That's one time when two bunt attempts failed and paid off," observed Cards' coach Vern Benson. "You never know ning." related Curtis, who volunteered for the relief, in this game what's going to happen.' Attesting lo the fact was Pittsburgh's Al Oliver, whose single and two doubles drove in f o u r r u n s and produced the only Pirate lead. "It really hurts to lose a game like this after battling back," he conceded, "but the game's gone now. All WR can. do is try again tomorrow." Ocean Race Winner HAMILTON, Bermuda -- The 55-foot class B sloop Sacra? mouche, after an anxious 14^ hour wait while time ran out on her last possible challenger, won the Newport-to Bermuda ocean race. SH Members of SH's 1974 Pee Wee entry include (top row), from left, Kevin Martin, Turner Campbell, David Pike, Jeff Gcsirhart, David Wiggins, Lance Gaslon, Darren Vaughn und coach Odean Ward. (Front row) Neal Stephens, Larry Templelon, Scott Mar-, tin. Tony Owens, Bruce Mc- Cain and Jim White. Not shown are coaches Malt Paul and George Tcmpleton. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Babe Ruth Diamond Action Eason's and IGA posted victories in Tuesday n i y h l Babe Ruth diamond action. E a s o n s defeated First Federal 13-6. Jay Huncycutt took the witi white Andy Kea suffered the loss. Singles were produced b y D a v i d Pcn- pinglon. C a r t e r Goode, Huneyciitt, Kenny H a r r i m a n , Steve Keen, Robert Easter and Brad Henson for the winners. Tim Clark doubled while Ricky Raird, Wes Lamb, Randy Drake, Terry Salsbury, Billy Bolinger, Rea and Clark all had singles for First Federal. Steve Keen, playing catcher f o r Eason's. made a fine catch of a foul ball. IGA boosted its record to 13-0 as they clobbered Dennis Home F u r n i s h i n g s 17-1. Dnrrell Strange gave up only three hits to take the witi while Mike Curlsinger absorbed the loss. Strenge, Ken Wiles and Grant Osborne doubled- while Slrengc', Robert Leblnnd and Ken Wiles each hart two singles. Calvin Tackett, Drew Phillips and Mark Worsliam singled foi Dennis. Little League, Pee Wee Games IMHIIIIIIIIIIIMKIinilllllltlllllllMIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIINHIIIIlnilll In Little League action played Tuesday evening ;it Walker Park Coca Cola defeated Mcll roy Bank 8-5. Michael Brown picked up the win and Joey Smith absorbed the loss. Ken Land doubled for the winners while Smith tripled for the losers. Seven Up edged past Fayette ville Fire Department 4-2 Kelley Sharp was the winning hurler while David Mix was charged with the loss. Marcos M o n t e 7. doubled for the Firemen. The Faycttcvlllc Jaycccs nipped Greer's Abstract 1746 as Roger Foster picked up the vie ory and Kevin Cokcr and Mat Coker were on (he mound for the losers. David Stone doublet for Greer's. In the final Little League con test Red Ball dropped McDon aid's 10-9. Blake Kinscy and Sandy Smith shared duties or the mound for Red Ball while Denton Gage and James Britlor handled f h e pitching for Me Donald's. Steve Hailey, Kinsej and Bobby Little all doubled foi Red Ball while Chris Easlci and Briltnn produced double: for McDonald's PEE WEE GAMES In Pec Wee contests Lewi Brothers whipped J. C. Pon ney's 9-7. Darin Strange wa the winner n n d Robcr Gibson the loser. Strange an David Jones both had triple; for the winning team whili Mike Ashworlh had a homerui for Penney's. Fred Faust addec a triple for Penney's. Noon Lions won the fina game 7-6 over Purvis Sporting Goods as Sieve Gayer pickei up the win and Jay Foster wa charged with the loss. Gaye homered for the Lions while hi and Greg Moore doubled. Kevh Johnson doubled for Purvis. OAK BROOK, III. CAP) A icw course and a couple of old :hampions are Ihc key allract- OHS in the $200,000 Western Open 'golf tournament.. Billy Casper, 43. and Arnold 'aimer, 44, ure liie old masters leading the 144-man field for "tiursday's start of this, one of he oldest, most venerable of he tour .slops. The new course is the 7,002- r ard. par-71 ultratough layout t Butler National Golf Cluh in he Chicago suburbs which he pros are (tickling For the irst time. It will be the permanent site or the Western, which has ;kipped from place lo place iince its inception in 1899. "From what I've seen," Cas- jer said after an abbreviated iraclicc round over the wooded, hilly layout, "this is the econd toughest course I've ever played." The toughest was Winged 'oot, site of the U.S. Open two veeks ago. A seven-over-par score won there. The winner vas over par last week in (he American Golf Classic at Akron, Ohio, and this could be the hirct in a row in plus-par frg- New Course To Hold Western Open Event; Palmer, Casper Entered -ires, "An over-par score very easily could win here." said Casper, a four-lime Western w i n - ner and the defending champion in the 72-hole chase for the $40.000 fitst prize. Perhaps the most cogent comment came from tour veteran Butch Baird after his first practice round. "I lost four balls, my hat and my dignity,'. 1 Baird said. Palmer usually plays the :ough courses very well and could find the strengths of Butler National to his advantage in his efforts to break a long, winless string. His best showing of the year was in the Masters. He challenged for the Open title at Winged Foot, and had a 69, best score of the day, in the fill round at Akron last week. "That helped a little." he said. "It's getting a little better." "Others arc U.S. Open champion Hale Irwin. Tom Weiskopf, Lee Trevino, Australian Bruce Crampton, Jim Colbert--playoff winner in the American Golf Classic--Tom Watson, Allen Miller, Liinny Wadkins and Ben Crenshaw. Detroit And Mickey Lolich Knock Off Baltimore Orioles By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Like American League haters, umpire Russ Goetz had :roub]e handling Oriole pitcher M i k e Cucllar. But u n l i k e the litters, Gnetz knocked him out of a game. It wasn't easy. Cuellar. the screwball-throw- ng left-hander, was g u n n i n g "or his lOth straight victory when he ran into his own wilrl- ncss and then the long arm of the law. Cucllar walked Jim Northrup .0 force in Detroit's second rim in the third inning. Only Cucl- lar didn't sec it the same way home plate u m p i r e Goctz did. "I told him he coulri't see nothing." said Cuellar. Goctz told Cuellar he couldn't sec the game anymore--at least as an active participant. He booted Cuellar out of the game. Or so he thought. The next inning, the banished Cucllar still h a d n ' t vanished, came oni to pitch. It seems his manager. Earl Weaver-also tossed out of the gam?-- wasn't willing to give Cuellar the night o f f . As it turned out. the Tigors' Mickey Lolich gave all the Ori'- oles the night o f f . The durable Detroit left-hander struck ou! nine and limited the Orioles lo seven hits in pitching his IHIi straight complete game, a 2-0 victory. Elsewhere in the American League, the Texas Rangers dropped the Minnesota Twins 73; the Chicago White Sox out- astecl the Kansas City Royals 108 in 12 innings, and Ihc Oakland A's whipped the California Angels 6-1. The Cleveland In- dlans-Ncw York Yankees and .he Milwaukee Brewers-Boston Red Sox games were rained out. A f t e r Goctz threatened lo forfeit the game when Weaver sent Cuellar back out to pitch, Goetz and the third base umpire finally convinced Cuellar Lo leave. RANGERS 7, TWINS 3 Rookie Make Hargrove singled home the go-ahead run in Ihe fourth inniing and doubled home another in a three-run sixth to give Ferguson Jenkins anrl Texas a victory. WHITE SOX 10, ROYALS 9 Bill Melton slugged a home run in a four-run sixth inning, then broke a tie with a r u n scoring grounder in Ihe 12lh. jiving Chicago its victory over Kansas City. A'S 6 .ANGELS 1 Jim "Catfish" Hunter scattered nine hits to gain his 10th victory of the season. Caldwell Resigns JACKSONVILLE. Fla. -- Mitchell Caldwell resigned after three years as head basketball coach at Jacksonville Stale. $1,000 TOTAL PURSE OPENING MOTOCROSS RACE-JUNE 30 NO ENTRY FEE-JUST PURCHASE A FAMILY MEMBERSHIP ANY TIME BEFORE RACE TIME I DISPLACE- I WHEEL SIZE I AGE I I .CLASS IMF.NT LIMIT | LIMIT \ LIMIT I MONET | LAPS MINI BIKE MIN1-MOTO GIRLS' IMce 123 cc 125 « 175 ee 175 ce 25«ec 25* cc 4*»ce Street Legal Non-Si. 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