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June 27, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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Professional Baseball Boston Detroit Baltimore New York Cleveland American Lean* East W L Pei. 40 29 .5*0 36 33 .522 36 34 35 37 35 33 West 40 32 33 33 37 36 34 33 29 40 34 35 30 .514 .486, .SIS GB 4 .556 .500 .507 .501 .420 .493 .405 5V, 3V4 3V4 9V, 4V4 11 Oakland Milwaukee Texas Chicago Minnesota Kansas CHy California Wednesday's Games Cleveland 3. New York 2 Milwaukee 7, Boston 1 Oakland 5, California 0 Baltimore j, Detroit 4 Kansas City 2, Chicago 1. 12 Innings Minnesota 9 Texas 4 Thursday's Games Boston (Moret 1-1) at Clevc land (J. Perry 5-7), N Milwaukee (Slaton 7-8) at Detroit (Coleman 68). N Oakland (Holtzman 8-8) al Kansas City (MeDaniel 1-2), N Minnesota {Decker 7-6) at Chicago (Bahnsen 7-7), N Texas (J. Brown 6-4) at California (Ryan 9-6), N Only games scheduled National League East W L Pet. St. Louis 37 33 .529 Philaphia 38 34 .528 Montreal 33 31 .51S Pittsburgh 29 40 .430 Chicago 38 39 ,418 New York 39 41 .414 West Los Angeles 49 24 .671 Cincinnati 41 29 .586 Atlanta 40 32 .556 Houston , 36 37 .493 San Fran 33 42 .440 San Diego 33 44 .429 Wednesday's Games New York 5, Chicago 4, 12 innings Los Angeles 5, Atlanta 4 Pittsburgh 7. St. Louis 2 Montreal 2, Philadelphia 0 Cincinnati 9, Houston 1 San Diego 4. San Francisco 8 Thursday's Games Cincinnati (Kirby 54) at Atlanta (P. Niekro 8-5), N Chicago (Frailing 5-6) at Montreal (McAnally 5-6), N St. Louis (McGlothen 10-3) at New York (Sadecki 4-2), N San Francisco (Barr 4-3) at San Diego (Jones 4-11), N Only games scheduled GB 8V4 13 17 18 League Leaders iiiiniiMiiiiimi NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (160 at bats)-Garr, Atl, .368; R.Smith, StL, .366. RUNS--Wyn, LA, 55; Bonds, SF, 63. RUNS BATTED IN--Garvey, LA, 58: Wynn, LA, 58; Cedeno, Htn. 56. HITS--Garr, Atl, 109; Garvey. LA, 97. DOUBLES -Maddox. SF, 20; Rose, Cin, 19. TRIPLES--Garr, Atl, 10; A.Oliver, Pgh, 6; Geronimo, Cin. 6. HOME RUNS--Wynn, LA. 19; Schmidt, Phi, 17. STOLEN BASES--Brock StL, 47: Cedeno, Htn, 34. PITCHING (7 Decisions) -John, LA, 10-2. .833, 3.62 Capra, Atl, 8-2. .800, 1.46. STRIKEOUTS--Carlton, Phi, 114; Seaver, NY, 113. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (160 at bats)-Carew. Min, .396; Hargrove, Tex, .364. RUNS--Campaneris, Oak, 45; D.Allen, Chi, 44. RUNS BATTED IN--Burroughs. Tex, 64; Rudi, Oak, 51. H I T S-Carew. Min, 103; A.Johnson, Tex, 88. DOUBLES--Rudl, Oak, 21; Burroughs, Tex, 19. TRIPLES--Rivers. Cal, «: Hisle, Min. 6; Briggs. Mil. 5: Wohlford, KC, 5: Darwin, Min, 5; Campaneris. Oak, 5. HOME RUNS--D.Allen, Chi, 18; Mayberry, KC, 16. S T O L E N BASES--North. Oak, 39: Patek, KC, 30; Camp- · aneris. Oak. 20. ' PITCHING (7 Decisions)-- G.Perry. Cle, 13-1. .929, 1.29 Finers, Oak, «-2, .750, 3.46. STRIKEOUTS--N.Ryan, Cal, 157; M.Lolich, Det, 104 Juniors Meet In Friendly USA-USSR Event AOSTTO, Tex. (AP) -- Inter national socializing will turn into on-the-field competition Friday when United States and Russian teen-agers begin seeking track and field victories for themselves and their countries. The competition is restricted to men 19 or younger and women IS or younger. It will be third annual junior mtet involving the men. The Soviets won the first meet in 1972 at Sacramento, Calif., 124 108, and the United states won last year at Odessa, USSR, 123- 10S. In the first meeting between the women last year, the Russians won 74-71. The teams w e r e feted this week at a Ssh fry, barbecue and rodeo, and reception at the governor's mansion. Both teams were outfitted in cowboy hats and blue jeans. Motocrossers In Action Rooker Fires Three Hitter For Bucs **""*·' ·""" "' m4 · Pirates Sting Cards Cycle fans will find plenty of racing to view this weekend as the World of Two Wheels located near Brentwood, Arkansas on Highway 71 south of Fayetteville holds Iheir first series of motocross racing. Jnst about every classification imaginable will be offered including novice and e v e n street divisions. The racing gels under way at 1:30 this Sunday afternoon. (T1MES- photo by Ray Gray) Tom Watson Waits For Long Overdue PGA Tourney Win OAK BROOK, 111. (AP) -"I'm getting impatient," Tom Watson said, that funny half- shy, half-determined smile on his freckled face. Evert, Borg In Trouble At Wimbledon WIMBLEDON. Krrgland (AP) -- The brashness of youth set nerves tingling in the 87th Wimbledon Championships, but some older cynics were smiling when darkness descended and Chris Evert a n d Bjorn Borg were left hanging. The success of the top teenagers in the world of tennis was to be determined today, weather permitting. Miss Evert, No. 2 seed among the women, was to resume her match with veteran Lesley Hunt which went to 44 games before it was halted Wednesday night. Borg, seeded No. 5 among the men, was to continue his match with Australian Ross Case which he "I've been in position to win a lot of times, and it hasn't happened. It always seems that something happens, something bad--I hit it out of bounds or 1 get it wet or something--just wher) I'm ready. "I'm sure that I can do it. I'm sure I can win. It just hasn't happened yet." The sturdy redhead, only 24 and possessed of the massive, burly forearms of a young Palmer, takes his quest for his first pro victory into the $200.000 Western Open Golf Tournament this week and ranks high among the list of favorites for the $40,000 first prize. The 72-hole event got under way today on the ultratough 7,000-yard, par 71 Butler National Golf Club course--a new layout being played for the first time and the one that is set to be the permanent site for this old tournament. nearly pique. forefeited in a fit of Miss Evert, in her 1974 debut halted 3^4 hours by a cold rain, won the first set 8-6, lost the second 5-7 and was tied in the third 9-9. Borg, playing a second-round match, was leading two sets to one but Irailirtg the fourth 1-4 after deliberately hitting two shots out of the stadium in anger because the match wasn't stopped sooner deference to the hour. When the two teen-agers arrived at Wimbledon, they had wrapped up the 1974 Italian and French titles and appeared the obvious threats to the estab- ished stars of this staid old classic. Super-confident and' virtually contemptuous before play started, Miss Evert, 19, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Borg, 18. of Sweden, declared they feared no one and caused consternation among some veteran Wimbledon observers. Top-seeded John Ncwcombe the 30-year-old Australian who las won here three times, h: warned it would take "more than youihful strength to win the singles trophies. "Matches on the center court at Wimbledon are won and lost up here." Newcombe said touching his head. "Ability and power are not enough." Newcombe and fellow veterans Stan Smith and Hie Nastase advanced comfortably the third round. to Borg was struggling against Case and stormed off the court in the fouth set, complaining it was too dark to see, only to be ordered back to play or forfeit the match. After shout's from spectators that "it's not too dark for Newcombe," he grudgingly returned, wearing his orange sweat suit, and angrily knocked two serves over the fence before the match was called. : LJNf QUALITY MATERIALS DISCOUNT PRICES · MTMKIIKAHD · MASTER CHARGE WELCOME PELfVERY SERVICE ALSQ AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS iiiiiiiiiiiiimdTiiisssiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBsiii Babe Ruth Diamond Action iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiniDuiiiiiiiiiiniiMiiiiiiiniiiiniinini iMcllroy Bank and UCT pu together Babe Ruin victories i make up games played Wet nesday evening. In the early contest Mcllro Bank punched Dennis H o r n Furnishings 9-3. Joe Ho: collected the win while Denni Atto was charged with the loss Todd Darter doubled an teammates Charles Ferguson Holt, - ' Mike Counts all singled for th Bankers. Mike Taylor, Dre\ Phillips, Bruun Whitehead an Danny Wallers singled fo Dennis. UCT won the second gam as they blitzed First Federa 1!M. David Peterson was th winning hurler w h i l e Lewi Moore was charged with th defeat. Ned Parette tripled fo the winners while Kendall Kee: aiuitiaiiMiyiiHiiiiiiiiitminiiiitn Little League, Pee Wee Games Warner Cable nipped the Northwest Arkansas Times 10-9 as Little League action continued Wednesday evening at Walker Park. Scott Thibodeaux and Wilson shared the pitciing duties for Warner .while Barry Smith was charged , with the loss despite some relief help from Scott Christy. Trent Trumbo homered for and David Baird bolh had doubles. Christy, Steve Houston and John Smith all doubed for the winners while Thibodeaux the Times. The Elks club clipped' the Jaycees 11-5. Mike Taylor and Randy Hall doubled for the Elks while Kevin Swift had a two bagger for the Jaycees Cravens bombed Fayettville Plumbing 247. Jim Stoekland was the winning hurler a n d Steve Day the loser. Jordon tripled and singled for Cravens In the final game Lewis Ford dropped Kelley Brothers 13-6 Jimmy Steele was the winner and Tommy Deffenbaugh the loser. Randy Fitch tripled and Chris King doubled for Lewis Ford while Bobby Smith and Deffenaugh doubled for Kelley Brothers. In Pee Wee games Moore's Chapel defeated Northwest Candy 86. Daren Bell was the winner and Dirk Willett the loser. Bell doubled for Moore's d Bobby Sheffield douhledfor and Bobby Sheffield doubled for Northwest. Medical Arts dropped She Exchange Club 18-5. Sieve Long picked up the win while Andy Darter, Max Thomas Sadnavitch and Mar: doubled and Peterson, and Mike Whitehead Paretl singled Ricky Baird, Wes Lamb. Hand , . Drake, Terry Salsbury Mitchell Wright singled First Federal. Slow-Pitch Softball Slow pitch Softball aclio continued Wednesday evenin at Asbell Field with thrw games on the schedule. Local 985 started off b defeating Dennis H o m e Fur nishings 15-6. Lawrence Shar] was the winning hurler an Wayne Prince the loser. Shar had three RBIs for the winner while David Harp and Erni Taylor scored three runs each Chuck Lewis scored two run for Dennis. Standard Register dropper McDonald's 11-4. Roger Gran was the winner nntl Be Schlegel the loser. Tim Downe had thre RBIs for McDonald 1 ' while Tim Luper a n d Denni Raley scored two runs each Ken Wynn, Lynn Toilette an Bob McMllllan scored two nil each for Standard. In the final game Lazenb Real Estate dumped 141st Sig nal Company 17-2. Tut Morrow was t h e winning hurter an Buddy Johnson the loser. Re Dowak had four RBfs whil Tim Wood and Justin Daniel scored three runs each. Nea S m i t h scored Hlst's only tw Cozart was loss. Long charged with homered for winners w h i l e Billy D u n tripled. Robert Turpin triple for the Exchange Club. First Federal won the fina game 8-3 over Loris Stanton Donnie Pitts \vas the winnin hurler and Mike Treat (h loser. Scott Phillips and Mik Watson both had doubles for th winners. THE TWIN WEED EATERS wiH devour all your weed and grass problems! 2401 NORTH GREGG ON *· T«w«* t Marti Gnu Phone 442-2361 I'm WMdie I'm Ne»di« HOW TO CUT GRASS WITH FISHING LINE FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION CALL DAY or NIGHT 521-7071 LAWN EQUIPMENT SALES PjO. Box Sll · 5*1-W1 P»yett«vLll«. Arle. lUSEA ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Out-! spoken Jim Rooker has a 4-6 record for baseball's struggling Pittsburgh Pirates and thinks the mark could be 12-z. "I've had 14 starts," t h e intense left-hander noted Wednesday night after disposing of the St. Louis Cardinals 7-2 on a tidy three-hitter marrekd by two late Pirate errors. "The only bad gam* I think I pitched was in Cincinnati when I gave up six runs," he added. "In Montreal I gave up four runs in five innings. I really think I could have won 10 games." Hooker's frustration lay partially with the unavailing 3.07 earned run average he took into the game and partly with spotty Pirate play afield. "The way we've been playing most of the year gives you an idea," he said in reference to his record. "I don't think that it's my luck that's involved," he de- Booneville Bass Event Saturday June 28 the Booneville Bass Club is la sponsor a BASS tournament for the benefit of the cerebral palsy fund. Entry fee is $10.00 p e r boat. Two persons may fish from each boat entered, and fishermen are encouraged to bring their own partners. Fifty percent of the fees collected will be paid to the first three place winners. Fifty percent of the fees collected are to be paid to the fund for victims of cerebral palsy or for research. Boat owners and their partners should report to Waveland Park on Blue Mountain Lake by 6:00 a.m. this Saturday morning. The entry fee may be paid at that time. Further information may be gained from Ed Oliver of Box 134, Booneville, Ark. Ed's phone number is 675-3389. clared, "I think it's the club's luck. 1 feel I'm doing my job." Rooker, whose last previous outing was a 3-2 loss, was perfect in the game against the Cardinals until Mike Tyson singled with one out in the third. Then the 31-year-old former, American Leaguer set down 17 in a row before Tyson was safe on Richie Hebner's error in the ninth. Jim Dwyer beat out a bunt which Rooker was late fielding, Ted Sizemore singled to fill the bases with one out and two runs scored when Paul Popovich threw past second base on an attempted forceout. "If we were in first place I wouldn't think about it all," Rooker said in further mention of his record. "But we've just been playing crummy, that's all," he insisted. "We've got a lot of guys with too much talent to be playing the way we have." One Pirate concurring with Rooker was massive Willie Stargell, who cracked his 12th home run during a four-run Pillsburgh first. "It felt pretty good, but I haven't been doing it enough," acknowledged Stargell. whose three-run blast scuttled Cards' starter Sonny Siebert, 7-5. ;; "I'd just like to see us get 16 500," Stargell said in respect to the Pirates' 29-40 record. . The Pirates, despite their woes, are only 7'/j games behind the division - leading Cards in the National League East. "Nobody's running away with it," Stargell noted. "There's still lime." ·'· WHAT IS FIRST FEDERAL UP TO? 75% LOANS TO BUY A MAY WE SERVE YOU? 2 Locations To Serve You On the Square and Northwest Arkansas Plaza first federal A GREAT FOOD BUY FROM WAL-MART marucharrs FUMEIN 4 for 99' Serve as a snack, lunch, side dish or prepare an authentic oriental dinner just by adding your favorite meat, shrimp, etc. Great for camping trips tool From package to serving in just 3 minutes. Buy several packages at this low discount price. Demonstrator will be in store 5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Friday 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sat.

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