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June 26, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 17

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18 NertW*$t Arkantat TIMES, Wtd.. Jon. 26. 1974 FAYtTTIVILH, ARKAMtAS Berryville Falls 10-2 To West Fork West For!; \von a 10-2 American Legion baseball victory f r o m Berryville Tucsrlav evening at Fayclteultc's Lofibn field. -;T)uane D u n k l c liaci Ihree hits 'while Dwain Rogers and Bo!i Hudson had two each. Rogers. Mickey Palmer and Chuck Sfi hert alt combined pile him* - talents to shackle Berryville. West Fork took a 2-0 lead in the f i r s t when Dave King , ^singled, moved to third on 1 ibuni by Ronnie Bradley and - stored on Dunkles first hit - Dunkle later scored on a single by Rogers. West Fork Ihcn v wrapped up the game with £ - seven run third inning on con c ". cutive hits by Hudson. King a - successful squeeze 'bunt by Bradley, a single by Dunkle and a double by Rogers, West Fork is now 4-7 for ihe . season and will meet Fayette villc Friday and then will host Greenwood Sunday. Diamond Invitation TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- The University of Arizona baseball team has been invited to par licipale in the Haarlem Base ball Week in The Netherlands next month, Coach Jerry Kind all said Tuesday. . K t n d a l l said he will take a 16 man squad to the tournament leaving Los Angeles July 8. The team wilt play an exhibition game in West Germany July 10 before going to Holland for the J u l y 12-21 t o u r n a m e n t , he said. Grid Operation SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -Defensive Tackle Bill Sandifer of UCLA, a second-round choice of the San Francisco 49ers in the National Football League draft, underwent surgery at St Mary's Hospital here Tuesday for repair of a torn knee liga ment. Sandifer was Injured in the fourth quarter of the Coaches All-America game at Lubbock Tex., Saturday night. Doctors said after the operation tha Sandifer's chances for complete recovery were "excellent" bu there was no indication when he would'be able to play again. Safe At Third Sanrtv Smilh makes il salely inlo t h i r d w h i l e Corey Echols tries tn p u t on the t a g . The action came Tuesdaj' evening in l.iUlc League play at Walker Park. Samly plays [or Red Ball while Corey Is a mem- her of McDonald's. {TIMES- photo hy Ken Good) By Chris Everfs Mother Plenty Of Sleep Required Expos Collect 5-0 Victory Renko Throws One Hitter At Philadelphia IIy BRUCE J.OWITT AP Sports Writer The wind was just right i'or iteve Rcnko. The sudden reeze sthat F^arry Dierker felt vcre caused by the baseballs 'hE/zing pasL him. "Rcnko is a great breaking ill pitcher when the wind is blowing from right field to left s it was tonight." said Monreal Manager Gene Mauch after Rcnko hurled a one-hitter .hat gave the Expos a 5-0 victory over Philadelphia. Dierker also had a one-hitter Tuesday night--for six innings. Then Cincinnati's Cesar Geronimo slugger a leadoff homer n the seventh and Johnny Bench and Dan Driessin drove n runs that wrecked Hpus'.o. giving the Reds a 3-2 victory over Dierker and the Astros. In Tuesday's other National League games, New York beat Chicago 5-1, San Diego defeated San Francisco 3-1. Los Angeles edged Atlanta 2-1 and St. Louis outlasted Pittsburgh 8-7. "This has got to be my best jame so far this season," understated Renko. who wound up with the third one-bitter of his six-year career in the majors. The other two came a month a p a r t , against San Francisco and Philadelphia in 1971. He gave up only a one-out sixth-inning single by Dave Cash, a pitch puched into right field. "He hit a curve all," said Renko. "1 jammed im with it. He didn't hit it that 'ell." REDS 3, ASTROS 2 Joe Morgan, who had singled n the f i r s t inning, drew his sec- ·nd walk of the game after leronimo's belt, and Bench cored him, baging a double o right field. Driessen then si.v led Bench home. METS 5, CUBS 1 Jerry Koosman pitched a our-hitter and Ed Kranepool ave him the big hit he needed. a three-run homer in the third nning. to lead the IMels past Slow Pitch Softball Results Slow pitch Softball action continued Tuesday evening with Schlitz, Street Department and Jug's claiming victory. Schlitz dropped Penney's 13-4. Loyd Eiland was the winning hurler and Dan Yowell the loser. Nicky Wilson had three runs and three RBls while Carol Ferguson had three RBIs, both for Schlitz. T h e Street Department urpped University Baptist 10-6 )oiig Wiliford was the winner nd Walter Cox the loser, 'ommy Osborn and Gene Fill; each had two RBIs for the Street Department while Cox iad two for the Baptist. John Justice had three runs for the vinners. fn the f i n a l game Jug's ripped the Police Department .7-9. Brad Jenkins was th( ivinnin gpitcher and Bud Dennis he loser. William Bryant hac ivc RBIs and a home run fci Jug's while Charlie West and Tony Childress scored thre runs for the winning team WIMBLEDON, England ( A P ) -- Chris Evert, the 19-year-rjld No. 2 seed from Fort Lauler- dale. Fla., bids for one of 32 spots in the women's singles at Wimbledon today on a recipe of at least 10 hours sleep a night. That's the strategy for victory of Miss Evert's mother. Colette, as this fiesta of tennis enters its third day with many of the world's top players complaining of "too much" and "too little." The stars say they are tired from an exhausting schedule of too much tennis and too little practice on fast grass courts. Despite the groans, there have been no major surprises. Billie Jean King, defending champion and top seed seeking a sixt htitle, opened the women's events Tuesday with a smooth 6-1, 6-1 victory over K a t h y May. 18, of California. In the men's singles, veteran Ken Roscwall of Australia and Tom Gorman oF Seattle are safely through to the third round. Refcroe Mike Gibson said he hoped to get all remaining 10 men's seeds and five women's seeds through t h e i r si'eoiti- rqund matches ! hy the time play finished today. "My girls must have rest," insisted Mrs. Evert, chaperoning daughters Chris, who has won the I t a l i a n and French championships so Tar this year, and Ui-year-uLd Jeanne. "Ideally, it's at least 10 hours a n i g h t for a championship like Wimbledon, a good 10 hours." But m a n y other players are not so f o r t u n a t e . About one-third of the contestants in the men's singles have been playing in the United States since early IMay , involved in World Team Tennis. WIT activities often involve the players in day-to-day traveling "I reckon all the WTT guys could be tired and in trouble,' said Yugoslav Nikki Pilic "They've been indoors, anc most haven't had a five se match on grass for 10 months.' Paradoxically, perhaps the greatest traveler of them all Rosewall, is the player who has impressed most during thi opening shots here. Rosewall, 39, was the star o Tuesday's play when he bea rising Indian champion Vijaj Amritraj fi-2. 5-7. 9-8, 6-1 it classic second-round match o pinpoint accuracy and flashing skill. JCPenney paint sale · t Exterior 2601-01 Barbary G o B v : rr% ·***· ¥*% \ i? $ N %^l:, ;§!§x House Tfim anteed Save $ 4 ftag. 1OM. Sale 6^9 g*l Par Excellence semi-gloss house and trim exterior latex · Stain, fads and chalk resistant · Covers previously painted surfaces in one coat · Hands and tools clean up in soap and water o Applies easily with brush or roller · In 46 decorator colors. Sale price* effective thru Saturday. Shop 9-9 Mon., Thurs., Fri. 9-5:30 Tues., Wed,, Sot. Save $ 3 Reg. 9^9. Sale 99 gri. Par Excellence semi-gloss enamel · Ideal for kitchen, bath, playroom · Washable, durable, slain resistant · Hands and tools clean up in soap and water · 43 colors to choose from. TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Soles and Service Mew Uxd AntennM Color · Black Whit* Boosters · Towers Free Estimates 751-7»2J 7S1-02S7 34 East Center Phone: 521-6472 Business Cards, Letterheads, Envelopes, Business Forms, Tickets, Posters, Flyers, Menus, Memo Pads, Church Bulletins, Calendars, Invitations and so on and so fast . . . ho Cubs. I'ADRES 3, GIANTS 1 Dave Hader's error at the jlale let San Diego's first run .11 the seventh inning, then Bobby Tolan singled home two more to send the Giants down to their 16th loss in 19 games. DODGERS 2. BRAVES 1 Stove Garvey and Ron Cey singled home ninth-inning runs to shove I.os Ageles over the Braces. The victory went to M i k e Marshall, the hard-working reliever who has won the Dodgers' last four triumphs to boost his record to 83. 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