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Northwest Arkansas T1M1S, Scft., June 29, r»VITTIVIl.L«, ARKANSAS 1W4 Professional Baseball ·tira!lll[lll!lli[Bli!l1IU[llllll]!lni[illll!l|||lllllllliniH!ll!lillll' By The Associated Pr«§ A M E R I C A N LEAGUE East W I. Pel. GB Boston 40 31 .561 -Cleveland 37 33 .529 2« Detroit 37 34 .521 3 Baltimore · 36 34 .514 3V4 Milwaukee 34 34 .500 41? New York 35 37 .486 5VS West Oakland 41 33 .554 Texas 38 37 .507 3!i K a n s a s City 35 36 .-193 Chicago ' 34. 35 .493 4% Minnesota 31 40 .437 8Vi California 31 45 .408 11 Friday's 'Results Cleveland 2, Boslon 1 New York al Baltimore, ppd., rain Detroit 9. Milwaukee 7 Oakland 7, Kansas City 1 Minnesota 1(1. Chicago 3 Texas 5. California 3 Saturday's Games Boslon (Tiant 10-6) at Cleve land (Peterson 5-3) Minnesota {Corbin 5 0 01 Colt?. 1-4) at Chicago (Gossace 0-1) Milwaukee (Colborn 3 4 ) a Detroit ([.olich 10-7) New York (Tidrow 5-7) a Baltimore (McNally 5 6 ) , N Oakland (Blue 7-7) at Kansas City (Busby 9-7), N Texas (Jenkins 9 8 ) at Call fornia (Lange 2-3 or Tanana 4 !!, N NATIONAL L E A G U E East W L Pet. GB 38 33 St. Ixilli.s Philaphia Montreal Chicago Pittsburgh New York 38 34 34 33 30 40 29 40 29 42 West 50 24 43 30 41 34 36 38 34 43 34 45 Pet. .535 .528 .507 .429 .420 .408 .676 .589 .547 .486 .442 .430 6'A 9'A 14 17V4 18V4 Los Angeles Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran San Diego Friday's Resale* Chicago 80. Montreal 7-15 Cincinnati 6-0, Atlanta 5-1 St. Louis at New York, ppd. rain Philadelphia at Pittsburgh ppd., rain San Diego 5, Houston 4 Los Angeles 11, San Fran Cisco 3 Saturday's Games St. Louis (Curtis 4-7) at New York (Matlack 5-5) Los Angeles (Rau 5-3) at San Francisco (Moffitt 2-3) Philadelphia (Schucler 48) n' Pittsburgh (Reuss 6-5). N Cincinnati (Billingham 7-6) a 1 Atlanta (Reed 5-3). N Chicago (Reuschol 6-5) a' Montreal (Renko 5-7). N Flouston (Dierker 5-4) at San Diego (Spillncr 4-1). N League Leaders ·muni in :I:IE n mittii imam iiinniininiiiimnu By The Associated Press AMERICAN L E A G U E BATTIN'G (160 al bals)-- Carew, Min, .398; Hargrove Te\. .358. RUNS--Campaneris, Oak, 48 D.Allen. Chi. 45. RUNS BATTED IN--Bur roiiRhs. Tex. 65; Rudi, Oak, 52. H I T S--Carew. Min. 107 A.Johnson. Tex. 89. DOUBLES-Rudi, Oak, 21 Burroughs. Tex. 19. TRIPLES-Hivers, Cal. « Hisle. M i n . 6; Campaneris Oak. 6; Briggs. Mil, 5; Woh- Ifprd. KC, 5: Darwin, M i n , o J.'HOME RUNS -D.Allen. Chi 18: MaybeiT.v. KC. 16. S T O L E N BASES--North Oak. 31; Palek. KC. 20: Camp aheris, Oak. 20. '.PITCHING (7 Decisions)- G.Perry, Cle, 14 1. .333. 1.2 Fingers. Oak. 6-2. .750. 3.46. STRIKEOUTS--N.Ryan. Cal 163; G. Perry. Cle. ~1(I9. ; NATIONAL LEAGUE -.BATTING (160 at bats)-- R.Smitli. StL. .366: Garr, All .366: Gross. Hln. .348. · B U N S -- W y n n , LA. 56; Bonds SF. 54. ·RUN'S RATTED IN--Garvey LA. 61: Wynn. LA. 58. 'HITS-Garr. All. 113; Gar vev. LA. 100. JDOUBLES-- Madrtox. SF. 20 R.Smith. StL. 19: Rose. Cin. 19 Garvey. LA. 19. ; TRIPLES-Garr. All.. 10 A'.Oliver. Pen, 6; Geronimo Cin, 6. "HOME R U N S -- W y n n , LA. 19 Schmidt. Phi. 17. ·STOLEN BASES--Brock. StL 4?: Morgan, Cin. 34; Cedeno Htn. 34. PITCHING (7 Decisions) -John. LA. 112. .846, 2.57 Capra AH. 9-5. .818. 1.32. 'STRIKEOUTS--Carlton, Phi 114: Seaver. NY. 113. Soviet Leads Decathlon Event AUSTIN. Tex. (AP) -- Vlarti mir Buriakov of Russia took narrow lead over Russell Fritt of the United Stales Friday ir the men's decathlon at th teen-a^e track meet betweei the two countries. Buriakov finished five of ',h 10 events with a total of 3.94 points, followed by Frills 3.31)8 Anatole Novikov of Russia 3.79 and Steve Alexander of th United Stales 3.410. Buriakov won the long jurrv with a leap of 23 feet, I inches and threw the shot 43-: for another first. Fritts. fron the University of Tennessee won a photo finish in the 4(K meters over Novikov in 48. seconds and lied with Noviko 1 in the high jump at 6-4. Novikov won the 100 meter In 10.9. The five Saturday events a the 100-meter hurdles, discus PoW vault, javelin and 1540 me ters. Babe Ruth Diamond Action Regular season play came to a close Friday night as IGA and Dennis Home Furnishings posted victories in Fayetle- ville's Bane Ruth League. In the opening 'game IGA be came the first team to complete an undefeated season (as far back as records can be checked) since 1957. The grociers bombed UCT 15-2 as Rick Allred pitched a three hitter to secure the victory. Kendall Keen was charged with the loss. Darrel Strange, Greg Gebhart and Allred tripled while David Murphy doubled. Robert Leblond, Gebhart, Allred and Billy Hodnett singled while Strange produced twin singles. David Peterson, Keen and Mike Whitehead all singled for UCT. In the second game Dennis iome Furnishings won over First Federal by forfeit. Action At Third Base Greer's Abstract haserunner K i r k Mahan slides hard Into third base while the Evening Linns third baseman stands his ground and gets ready to make the tag. bq Ken Good) (TIMESphoto As Indians Top Boston Perry Wins 14th Straight They had a friendly little hower for Gaylord Perry in Cleveland Friday night but i imply poured on the Boston ?ed Sox. After heavy rains held up ; tart of Ihe game between the ndians and Red Sox for an our, the unperturbed Perr; ·ent out and stopped Boston 2- n three measly singles for his 4th consecutive triumph, jus short of the American .eague record. "The rain delay didn't bother le," he said. "We've had a lol f rain this spring. I'm getting Wild Game Slows Race Preparations MOUNT POCONO, Pa. (AP -- Preparations for Sunday', chacfer 500 mile championship uto race continued indoors to las\ leaving the 2'/i-niilc Pi ono International Raceway I he many ducks and other wile niinals which regularly inbabi t. The key to the right mixtur T fuel economy and power wa he object of concern to man :rews readying their cars fn he $400,000 event. Severn earns have yot lo find a way ! make (heir al'ioled 280 gallon if mel'miio] fuel last the race nd the unpredictable mo:n ain c l i m a t e is giving tlvjr more troubles. Meanwhile, race official vere trying to roust the herd if wild animals that scurr icross the track in front of Sh cars. "This place is crawling with nimals," said Indianapolis 511 vinnor Johny Rutherford, duck ran across the track . ront of me during practice th ither day. "It's f u n n y when I talk abou t now. but it might not hav icen if I'd hit him. Plastering ig duck at 20D miles per hou :ould throw you into a prelt cjood spin." Stray rabbils and squirrel ire a minor problem at othe ace (racks, but Pocono, in th leart of a heavv forest, has a ·ays had trouble with the pes y critters. "We had j porcupine her ne year." Rutherford recalled 'He wouldn't move and nobod' ·anted to m a k e him. "Finally. a couple of fella ook care of him with a shot un." Cars were called off the track 'riefly Thursday wlicn a moth r duck escorted her four duck ngs across the hnckstretch. George Snider. Ihe iasl man o qualify for the race, reportei duck on the track d u r i n g hi ntire run. "He '.vas jus; silling up there gainst (he w.ill in the (hire urn." Snider iairl with a grin I think he had a .stopwatch 01 me." Roster Agreement PITTSBURGH B u f f a l o Sabres (AP) will be Tinted to place at least seven Jlayers on next season's roste f the Hershey Bears, the merican Hockey Leasue affil ate of the Pittsburgh Penquins Hershey, the AHL's 1974 Cal Icr Cup champion, lost severa 'layers in recent drafts, sale 'itlsburgh General Manage ack Button, anrt the Sabres viil place top players in Her hey to help the Bears maintain a winning record. The agreement was reachet "riday after the Sabres sus tended their minor league op- ·ra(ions In Cineinnati. TRI-UKES ANTENNA Sole* and Servk» "·w * C«4«r · Hack A ··retort · Tn Fra* Irtima 731-7K7 used to it." Not only did the Red Sox suf- 'er their third loss in a row when Dick Drago walked Leron Lee with two out in the ninth inning and George Hendrick doubled him home, but they may have lost All-Star catcher Carlton Fisk for the season. :i scoring the winning run, L,ee slid into Fisk, who .was blocking the plate, and the catcher suffered ligament damage to his left knee which probably will require surgery. Elsewhere in the American ·eague. the Oakland A's .rounced the Kansas Cily Royals 7-1. the Minnesota Twins lattened the Chicago White Sox 0-3. the Detroit Tigers out- slugged the Milwaukee Brewers 9-7 and the Texas "Rangers downed the California Angels 5-8. The New York Yankees and Baltimore out. Orioles were rained Perry is one away from the Indians' consecutive victory record of 15 set by Johnny Allen in 1937. The American League mark ot 16 was set by Walter Johnson and Joe Wood in 1912 and malched by Lefty Grove in 1531 and Schoolboy Howe in 1934. The major league record is 19. It was Ihe fourth victory in iw for the Indians and left them 214 games behind first- slace Boston in the American League East. A's 7, Royals 1 Bert Campaneris collected triple, double and two singles, drove in two runs and scored :wice while rookie right-hander Glenn Abbott stopped Kansas City on six hits. Twins 1ft, White Sox 3 Minnesota's two hobbled sluggers -- Tony Oliva and Harmon Sillebrew -- had big nights. Oliva collected four hits, including a pair of home runs, and Killebrew hit his 552nd career homer. The triumph was the third in a row and fifth in six games for the Twins. Tigers 9, Brewers 1 Mickey Stanley and rookie Marvin Lane drove in two runs apiece for Detroit. Lane gave the Tigers a 2-0 lead with a two-run homer in the second inning off loser Kevin Kobel and Stanley's bases-loaded single in the sixth boosted the lead to 6 1. 'Rangers 5, Angels 3 Toby Harrah had a single double and his ninlh home run for Texas while Steve Hargan continued his comeback witt his sixth victory, although hi needed help from Steve Foucault in the ninth. King Trying To Match. Lenglen WIMBLEDON. England (AP) -- Billie Jean King has seven days -- maybe just six -- to emulate the great Suzanne Lenglen, Ihe French star who glittered over Wimbledon in the early 20's and three limes won all three Wimbledon titles, the womens singles and doubles and the mixed doubles. Suzanne Lenglen did it lliree times between 1920 and 1925, when the international tennis scene was a gentler one. Mrs. King, already five times a sin- the triple again last Little league, Pee Wee Games Little League iplay continued Friday evening at Walker Park as the Fayetteville Fire Department edged Campbell Bell 5-4 Mike Stephens was the winning pitcher and Greg Jones the 16s Jones had a double for Campbell Bell. Seven Up mashed Mcllroy Bank 17-7. Brent Campber picked up the win while Jef! Fairman was charged with the defeat. Randall Boudrey had a lorme run for Seven Up while Campbell tripled and doubled Boudrey and Jimmy Moon both added doubles. Joey Smith doubled for Mcllroy. Warner Cable slipped pas was the winner and Mike Dan iels the loser. Trent Trumbo doubled for Warner while Mick ey Van Naustrand had a homi run and a double for the Jay cees. Holsum Bread oulscored the Northwest Arkansas Times 20 18. Aaron Clark was the win Barry Smith had a triple OAK BROOK, 111. (AP) -- 'om Weiskopf, who once had ne of the shortest tempers in ie business, says it takes pa- ence to handle the subtle terrors of the Butler National Golf lub course. "It's a demanding course, a ery exacting course," Weis- opf said Friday after his one- inder-par 70 had given him a me-stroke lead over Al Geiber- ;er following two rounds of the gles .winner, won crown in 1967 and year.She's t r y i n g to do it again this year -- but she'll have to pack' 16 matches inlo the re- m a i n i n g seven days of the tournament. S far. Mrs. King has played only once. That was on Tuesday, before rain clouds settled comfortably over Wimbledon's 14 courts and made a shambles of referee Mike Gibson's carefully planned program. After five days, only 16 men and six women were through lo the Iasl 32 and (lie card is running 180 matches behind schedule. A f t e r only a couple of hours play Wednesday, only 40 minutes Thursday, and a stuttering three hours Friday, (here still remained 26 women's and 15 men's second-round malches to be played. -Vol one doubles malch has gone on court ycl. The f a i t h f u l British tennis fans have still rolled up in Hie thousands to huddle grimly under their umbrellas in the rain. Up to now, attendance is only a few thousand shorl of last year's total, and that was the second highest on record. The f a n s who packed the center court Friday got their money's w o r t h . despite three breaks when rain sent players scultlina back to the dressing rooms. They saw brash young Jimmy Connors, not yet 22 and seeded third, play a cliff-hang"n# second round match against the big Australian. Phil Dent. Connors won 5-7. 6-3. 3-6, 6-3. 10-8. bu; he had to .work hard to pull up from two sets down. Arthur Ashe was another seed who came through lo the third round, together with Manuel Orantes of Spain and Tom Okker of The Netherlands. Ashe, seeded eighth, easily beat Russia's Teimuraz Kakulia 6-1, 6-4. 6-3; Okker. seeded one above Ashe, beat Szabolcs Baranyi of Hungary just as easily, 6-2, 62, 64: Orantes, ranked 12th, beat Thomas Koch of Brazil 6-2. 6-4. 4-6, 6-2. They joined top-seeded John Newcombe of Australia, second-seeded Hie Mastase of Romania, veteran Ken 'Rosewall, youngster Bjorn Borg, Stan Smith, Torn Gorman and Jan Kodes among the others in the last .32. The only seed yet to play his second round match is Alex Metreveli of Russia. The women's singles are hi even worse shape. Friday only Rosemary Casals of San Francisco and Evonne Goolagong of Australia among the seeds played and won. Miss Casals had a tough match against Pam Teegaurden of Los Angeles but eventually won on a tiebreaker 6-2, 98. Miss Goola- gong ran through little Ilena Kloss of South Africa 6-2. 6-4. Already through to Ihe third round arc the two top seeds -Mrs. K i n g and second-ranked Chris Evert. ning hurler and the loser. Clark and a double while teammate Lucas Osbom added a triple John Smith tripled and Stev Houston and Mark Sugg doub led. PEE WEE ACTION In Pee Wee League game Eason's topped the Noon Lion 5-3. Jimmie Wilson picked u the win while Greg Moore wa nailed with the defeat. Chri Bell whacked an inside the par home run while Tony Jone tripled, both for Eason's. Purvis Sporting Goods bom bed the Sequoyah Kiwanis 13-2 Jay Foster was the winner an Lee Hauston the loser. Darri Tuck homered for the winner while Kevin Johnson and Jo McChristian tripled. Andre 1 Nelms tripled and Arnold Ga bbard doubled for Sequoyah. Lewis Brothers stomped S'_ 19-5. Darin Strange and Kean Fedosky shared mound dutie for the winners while Darre Vaughn was charged with th loss. Wes Vaughn had an insid the park homer for Lewis Brothers while Strange, Jeffre Fitch and David Jones all pn, duced triples. Strange and Fe dosky both doubled. TERMITES ? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL aoe*»« Antv SpKJen e»c COMMBtCIAl t BES1MKT1/U. 441.7298 Arkansas Travs Whip Shreveport By The Associated Press San Antonio moved back into irst place Friday night in tne Pexas League's west division vith a crunching 17-1 slaughter f El Paso. The Brewers collected 21 hits ff four El P.iso pitchers. San inlonio's Rob Belloir .went fi)t or six and three other Brewer Jtters had three hits each, .arry Anderson hurled a sevea- iitter. losing his bid for a sh'jt- ul in the seventh when John 3alaz belted on over the fence. College Club Wins By 10-0 College Club blanked Wes Fork 10-0 in American Legto baseball action played Frida evening at Fayetteville's Legio Field. College Club scored six time in the first inning off West For starter Dwain Rogers. Rand Porter made it to first on a error and consecutive single by Shelby Sizemore, Jackie Da vis, Larry Atha, Rick Karnbac and Mark Prerrger along wit a passed ball and a wild pile were enough to secure the vi lory for College Club pitche Rick Turner. The Fayetteville team sc_ twice more in the second innin and then twice more in the fourth on Larry A t h a ' s home run over the 340 foot sign in right center. West Fork managed only one hit off Turner a two out single by Duane Dunkle. Atha was tnree-for-three while Sizemore and Davis were two for-three to lead the College Club attack. College Club will tangle with Webb City in a doubleheader Sunday and then travel to Harrison Monday for a league eon- Giants Continue Losing Skid; Cubs, Expos Split Wes Westrum calls managing he San Francisco Giants his secret ambition," and despite hat he saw Friday in his first ight on the job, he's not ready o give up just yet. The Giants blew an early 3-1 ead, allowed 10 runs over the ast four innings and bowed to he Los Angeles Dodgers 11-3 for San Francisco's seventh loss in the past eight fames. Five errors by the Giants, three of them in one inning, didn't help their cause -- or Westrum's outlook -- any. But the 51-year-old skipper, who took over for Charlie Fox earlier Friday, remained undaunted. Western Open Course Still Taking Its Tell; Weiskopf Earns Lead 200,000 Western 'ournament. Open Golf "You have to have a lot of latience to play it. "If you're playing good, it's a ot of fun," he said, then of- ered a wry grin. "But I can see how, if you're playing bad, it'll make you :urse and cry and scream and ear your hair," he said. Weiskopf's total for two trips over the 7,002 yards of trees, 'rouble and traps that make up :he new layout was 141. That's one under par and the only sub- jar figure after two rounds. Geiberger, who had a 71, was even with par at 142. All the rest were over, some over. And, . . . , there was !enty of crying, screaming and earing of hair as the touring pros found par difficult on ar unyielding master for the third week in a row. Billy Casper, a four-time Western winner and the defending champion, had a 78 anc vere many, many as Weiskopf said final lailed to qualify for th* wo rounds at 156. Bob Goalby, who shared the 'irst round lead, blew to a second round 80. Lanny Wadkins once shared the second round lead, then went double bogey-double bogey. U.S. Open champion Hale Irwin once had the lead alone -then hit two shots in the water and made a quadruple-bogey eight on the 10th hole. Longshot Gary Sanders led alone with three holes to play and finished double bogey-bogey-bogey for a 72 and 143. He was tied for third at that figure with Tom Watson, Bobby Mitchell. Tom Evans and 'Lam Wise. Watson had a 71, Mitchell 70, Wise 69 and Evans had a course record 67. Arnold Palmer and Lee Tre vino each struggled to a 72-146 total. OAK BROOK. Ill (AP -- Top second-round scores Friday in Ihe $200,000 Western Open'Gol tournament on par-71 Butler Club course: Tom Weiskopf Al Geibergcr Tom Watson Bobby Mitche!! Larry Wise Tom Evans Gary Sanders Chuck Courtney Gene Littler Miller Barber Gary McCord the 7.002-yard National Gol 71-70--14: 71-71--142 72-71--143 73-70--143 74-69--143 76-67--143 71-72--143 73-71--144 73-71--14 75-M--144 70-74--144 Westrum New Frisco Coach; Charlie Fox Resigns Post "You don't expect me to pan- c after one game, do you?" he aid. "You just have to forget bout this game and think bout next two we have with lem. There certainly aren't too many words of wisdom you can ay' after a game like this." Elsewhere in the National jeague, Ihe Chicago Cubs and Montreal Expos split a twi- night doubleheader, Chicago winning the opener 8-7 in 18 in- ings -- the longest game of season -- and Montreal omping to a 150 win in the ightcap. The Cincinnati Reds nd Atlanta Braves also split a wi-nighter, Cincinnati taking he first game 6-5 and Atlanta oming back to win the second -0 in 10 innings. San Diego lipped Houston 5-4, while St. ,ouis at New York and.Phila- lelphia at Pittsburgh were ained out. Dodger relief ace Mike Marhall, who came on in the seventh for Tommy John, 11-2, tied major league record by appearing in his ninth consecutive jame, but was more happy vith the ,come-from-behind vio ory. Steve Garvey drove in three of the Dodger runs, raising his eague-Ieading total to 61. while Joe Ferguson smacked a two- run homer. Reds 6-0. Braves 5-1 Johnny Bench capped a five- run second inning with a two- run single and Tony Perez belted a solo homer in the fifth to carry Cincinnati past Atlanta in ,he opener of their twi-night doubleheader, but the Braves gained a split by winning tha nightcap on Dusty's 10th 'nning home r u n . Cubs 8-0, Expos 7-15 Jerry Morales tripled home Don Kessinger with the winning run in the 18th inning of the first game at Montreal, breaking up the longest major leagua game of the year and Ihe longest game ever played al Jarry Park. The marathon took four hours. 55 minules. In the second game, Dennis Blair, just recalled from the minors, blanked the Cubs on two hits while Ron Hunt drove in five runs and Tim Folt and Jim Cox delivered three RBIs apiece. Padres 5, Astros 4 Enzo Hernandex singled home the tie-breaking run in the seventh inning and then scored what proved to be th» game-winner on Nate Colbert's sacrifice fly.. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) --| Wes Westrum says he jumped at the chance to become the new manager of the struggling San Francisco Giants. "Frankly, I was disappointed when I was passed over a j couple of times before," said Westrum, 51, a Giants scout' who was finally promoted Friday when Charlie Fox .announced his resignation. But the visiting Los Angeles Dodgers quickly spoiled Westrum's debut by crushing San" Francisco 11-3 in 3 night game to hand the Giants their seventh defeat their last eight games. It dropped San Francisco's record to 34-43 in the the National League -West, ll'A games behind the division-leading Dodgers. Westrum, named manager through 1974 hopes to stay longer by ti-rning the team around and setting the players back into the winning habit. "I just want the guys to go out and give me 100 percent," he said. "I hope we do well and I hope I'll 'oe managing here next year." test. with West Fork tangles Greenwood in a twinbill S u n d a y at FayetteviHe's Legion facilities. We i*T» · sartui prefraa nd Merest rate Umett FoyttterilU Loon Association M N. KM Anao* Of LINE BLHUMISIB MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS DISCOUNT PRICES B»NKAMERKARO. MASTER CHARGE WELCOME DELIVERY SERVICE ALSO AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS :v 2401 NORTH GREGG ON Mm TooMhip · Nor* Gran PhOfM 442-2351 MS S. 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