Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 26, 1974 · Page 18
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June 26, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

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IMIIini Professional Baseball St. Ixtuis Phitaphia Montreal Chicago Pittsburgh New York NATIONAL LEAGUE E»si 37 K .536 38 33 .535 32 31 .508 28 38 .424 28 40 .412 2 ·A 8V4W 28 41 .406 9 West l.os Angeles 48 24 .667 -Cincinnati 40 29 .680 6'.4 Allanla 40 31 .563 T/i Houston 36 36 .501) 12 San Fran 33 41 .446 16 San Diego 32 44 .421 18 Tuesday's Games Now York 5. Chicago 1 Montreal 5, Philadelphia 0 St. I.ouis 8, Pittsburgh 7 Cincinnati 3, Houston 2 IMS Angeles 2. Atlanta 1 San Diego 3, San Francijco 1 Wednesday's Games . New York (Scaver 4-fi) at · Chicago (Stone 2-0 Atlanta (Morion 96) at Los Angeles (Button 6-8) Pittsburgh (Rooker 3-6) at St Louis (Siebert 7-4), N Philadelphia (Carlton 9-5) at Montreal (Rogers 7-8), N Cincinnati (Norman 6-5) al Houston (Wilson 3-4), N San Francisco (Bradley 6 7 or Bair 4 3 ) al San Diego (Greif 2 10). N AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. 40 28 .588 36 32 .529 34 33 .507 35 34 .507 35 36 .493 32 33 .492 West 39 32 34 37 33 28 :to fn Heavyweight Collision NoHhw««» Arkamat TIMES, Wed., June' 2*, 1974 PAYITTIVILLI, ARKANSAS 1» Ken Norton Pounds Past Kirkman SEATTLE ( A P ) - Fifth- ·anked Ken Norton of Diego, hitting almost at will, stopped Boone Kirkman of Rer.- on. Wash., in the eighth round of their scheduled 10-round heavyweight fight Tuesday night. Norton pounded Kirkman's jaw with Jcft and rights ihroughout the seventh round and as the bell sounded Kirkman was flat on his back. He was ttnable to answer the bell for the eighth round. Kirkman, at 212 pounds, was Ihe aggressor in the opening round. He bored in mercilessly San with hard body punches that slowed Norton only temporarily. From then on, Norton began getting to Kirkman's face with left jabs and books, and by the third round, Kirkman bleeding from the nose. Norton, 218, took over the aggressor's role and took advantage of Kirkman's failure to cover up. Kirkman, apparently trying to wait for the big blow that would put down his taller and time, He also appeared to tire and was at least a step behind. There were no other knockdowns in the fight, although Kirkman slipped briefly to his knees in the third round. Even though it was obvious Kirkman was getting the worst Water Vacuum -CINCINNATI (AP) -- The Cincinati Reds, who brag of never having had a playing date rained out in Riverfront Stadium, -said Tuesday no fu- heavier opponent, ran out of jure games will be'delayed of it, thousands of fans in the Seattle Coliseum screamed, "Boom! Boom!," Ihc nickname the Renton brawler earned while compiling a 32-U record, including 23 knockouts. Norton, who like Kirkman was knocked out in his last more t h a n 20 minutes with the addition of Big Red Machine II. The machines vacuum water off the aslrolurf surface once the rain slops. "WUh this new machine," said Terry Bar- tholmas, director of .stadium fiylil, appeared umlislurbcd by the partisan fans, tic had said before Ihe Fight he would prove he was the better boxer. Even when the brawling lienton boxer had him tied up on the ropes, Norton's left was con stantly finding Kirkman's face H complete biciwoff of the water in less than 20 minutes." Since moving into the stadium in June 1970, Cincinnati has not had a date rained out. However, the second game of a doubtchcacler July 18, 1971 was operations, "we'll be able to do canceled by continued rains. ami jaw. Norton went into the fight wit h a 29-3 record , 22 of his wins by knockout. Kirkman's ·ecord prcviouusly was 32-3, in- cludUng 23 knockouts. Muttiyear Contract B1.OOMINOTON, Minn. -i o ;i 11 c n d c r 1'ele l.oPrcsti signed a multiyear contract with the National Hockey Stars. Connors Advances WtMBLHDON, England -Third-seeded Jimmy Connors of the United States beat veteran Ove Bengslon of Sweden 6-1. 19. 6-2, 6-4 in a first-round match of the Wimbledon Tennis Cham- 'ptonships. OUT* lATTIKICS HUICHINSON MUTCHINION Highway 71 S. and Hwy. 120 West Fork, Ark. Monday thru Saturday 8-8 Sunday 9-6 S E » H V A N O H U T C H I N S O H WEST FORK WE ACCEPT USDA FOOD STAMPS Boston Detroit. Cleveland Baltimore New York Milwaukee GB 4 SVi 6Vi 6V4 H Oakland Chicago Texas Kansas City Minnesota California 32 35 35 40 43 4V, 9'/a 10 .549 .515 .514 .485 .412 .-111 Tuesday's Games Detroit 2. Baltimore 0 Milwaukee at Boston, postponed Cleveland al New York, postponed Chicago 1C. Kansas City 9, 12 innings Texas 7, Minnesota 3 Oakland 6, California 1 Wednesday's Games Cleveland (Arlin 0-1) »t New York (Dobson 6-8) Milwaukee (Spragne S-l) at Boston (Lee 8-6) California (Ryan 9-6) at Oak land (Holtzman 8-8) Detroit (Fryman 3-3) at Baltimore (Grimsley 8-7), N Chicago (Kaat 7-6 )at Kansas City (Splillorff 7-7). N Minnesola (Albiiry 2-7) at Texas (Bibby 10-9), N nni minimum! itniiiiiuiMiNiiiiiMiiMiiiiiiiiifluiiiinniiiiiiiti League Leaders giiimHMiiiiiiiiimiiiiiminiiimmimminiiiiiiimiiiiiiMiii NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (160 at bats) -R. Smith. StL, .371; Garr, All. .370. RUNS--Wynn, LA, 55; Bonds SF 53. RUNS BATTED IN--Garvey LA. 58; Wynn, LA, 57. HITS--Garr Atl 108; Gar vey. LA, 95. ' DOUBLES--Maddox, SF, 20; Rose, Cm. 19. TRIPLES--Garr. Atl, 10. A.Oliver, Pgh, fi; Geronimo Cin. 6. HOME RUNS--Wynn, LA, 19; Schmidt. Phi, 17. STOLEN BASES--Brock, StL 47; Morgan, Cin, 33; Cedeno Htn. 33. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (IfiO at hats)Carew Min, .397; Har«rove Tex. .366. RUNS--Campancris. Oak, 44 Grich Bal, 43; Yslrzmski. Bsn 43: D'.AIlen, Chi, 43; Mayberry KC, 43; R.,]ackson. Oak, 4S Burroughs Tex 43 RUNS BATTED IN-- Bur roughs. Tex. 64; Rudi. Oak, 51. H I T S -- C a r e w . Min. 102 A.Johnson, Tex, 8C; Burroughs Tex 86. DOUBLES--Rudi, Oak, 21 Burroughs. Tex 19. TRIPLES--Rivers. Cal. 6 Hisle, Min. 6; Wohlford. KC. 5 Darwin, M i n , 5; Campaneris Oak. 5. HOME RUNS--D.Allen, Chi 17; Mayberry KC 16. S T O L E N BASES--North Oak, 26; Patck, KC. 20; Camp aneris. Oak, 20. Girls Softball Continues Play In girls softball games playe at -West Fork Tuesday evenin West Fork took hoth ,Junio Miss and Petite League vie, lories from Prairie Grove. In the Junior Miss game t^ home inani turned back Prairi Grove 9-3. Dena Dennis was th winning pitcher while Jeann Sizemore, Dawn Baker. DC borah Mullins and Ren McAdoo produced key hits fo for the winners. Michelle Ne son was charged with the los for Prairie Grove, West For kput together a 9 decision in the Petite I*eagi game. Connie Warren was th winning pitcher and Shelly Lan don smacked a bases loadc triple during the eight run fifl inning. The Kiwanis defeated McRo McNair in a Petile League gam played at Ashell Field in Faye leville. Joyce Terminilli wa the winning pitcher and Kim Fedosky the loser. Carla Wi liams had a homer and Anit Hackler produced two RBIs fi McRoy. WAREHOUSE MARKET » S P E H R Y AMD · » HUTCrUNSOW . WE GIVE DOUBLE GREEN STAMPS EVERY WEDNESDAY! ····· *· ·· · S PERRY AMD · m»TC*tl««SO«l * Fresh Fried CHICKENS 10 Pieces $f 09 in Pkg. 1 Fresh Lean GROUND BEEF 69' Family Pak Cut-Up CHICKEN Lb. 33 4 Swift's Eversweet BACON Lb. Pak Vav-Paek 49' Horm*l Little Sizzlers 65 Wilsons CA Franks 'X 59 Center Cut AA Ham Slices u, 99 Center Cut . 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