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June 30, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

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NorhSwwt Arkanut TIMES, Sun., Jun» 30, 1974 FAYCTTIVILLt, A»KAM»A« Babe Ruth Diamond Action BABE RUTH STANDINGS IGA Mcllroy Bank Eason Co. Dennis Home Furn. Collier Drug First Federal UCT First National iiimniiiiisiMiiinniiiituEimiiiiiiiiiitiiiHiniiiiiiitBiiBiiiiiiinii Little League, Pee Wee Games PEE WEE STANDINGS REBEL LEAGUE "" Purvis Eason Co. Lewis Brothers Sequoyab Kiwanis Xoon Lions .I,C. Ponney's SH Y A N K E E LEAGUE Hardee's 5-0 First Federal Exchange Club Loris Stanlon Moore's Chapel Medical Arts Northwest Candy LITTLE LEAGUE STANDINGS AMERICAN LEAGUE Holsum Bread 2-0 Jaycees 2-1 N'.W. Times 2-1 Elks Club 2-1 Warner Cable 1-2 Red Ball 1-1 Greer's 0-2 McDonalds 0-2 Evening Lions NATIONAL LEAGUE Seven Up 3-0 Fay. Plumbing 2-0 Campbell Bell 2-1 Coca Cola 2-1 Fay. Fire 1-2 Cravens 1-2 Kclley Brothers 1-2 Lewis Ford 0-2 Mcllroy Bank 0-3 Slow-Pitch Softball SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL EAST LEAGUE Lazenby Local 965 Br'er Frans Standard Register McDonalds Dennis Home Furn. 141st Signal Co. Yamaha SEC Sheet Metal EPC WEST LEAGUE Mr. Burger Whit Chevy Schlilz Street Dept. Georgetown Palace Drug University Baptist Jug's Dairy Maid Penney's Police Dept. 11-2 10-2 9-3 8-4 7-5 6-6 4-9 3-9 2-10 1-11 7-5 7-6 6-6 5 3-9 3-1' 2-1 Henderson Inks New Assisfanl ARKADELPH1A, Ark. (AP -- George Baker, 32, of Arka delphia has joined the coachini staff at Henderson State Col lege as an assistant footbal . coach. The anouncement was mack Saturday by Henderson alhleti' director D u k e Wells. Baker, a native of Thomas ville, Ala., has been defensive coordinator at Ouachita Baptis University for the past three seasons. Baker received his bachelor: and masters degrees from OBU. He played football a OBU from 1961-65. He served two years in th U.S. Army i n f a n t r y and playei on the 8th U.S. Army Cham pionship team. "We are extremely pleased f have a man of George Baker' ability join our coaching s t a f f , ' Wells said. "He is an oul s t a n d i n g coach and a fini man." White Sox Edge Twins CHICAGO ( A P ) -- Carlo May slammed a home run i I h e ' sixth inning and then sli home with Chicago's winnin run on Bill Sharp's squeez hunt two innings later as th White Sox edged Minnesota 4- Saturday. The Twins were leading 3- when Jorge Orla opened th eighth with a single. Tony Mu ser sacrificed him to secon and then May walked. Ken Henderson singled in th lying run and sent May third, after Bill Hands relievec for Minnesota, Sharp bunted fo a base hit as May scored. Earlier, the Twins had built 3-1 lead when D a n n y Thompsor homered in the sixth. Min nesota picked up two runs i the third when Steve Brye sin glc-d and Hod Carew and Bobb Darwin delivered doubles. A single by shortstop Buck; Dent and a double by Orti gave Chicago a run in its ha] of the third. Then May's thir homer narrowed the twins lea to one run in the six5h and set ttie stage for the winning r a l l two inniogi later. Third Base Confusion Ned Parelle barrels .safely into ihird base for UCT as David Marphy searches frantically for a loose hall (or IGA. The grocers look an easy Bah* Ruth victory from their UCT challengers and produc- ed a perfect 14-0 season record for coach Orhy McClelland. As far as anyone can tell it's (he first unblemished season mark produced hy any team ID quite a number of years. IGA will put that re- cord on the line beginning next week in the annual Babe Ruth Tournament scheduled for Kayetteville's Industrial Park Field. (TIMESphoto hy Ken Good) U. S. Netters Lose At "Wimbledon WIMBLEDON, England (AP) -- Tom- Okker, the scrambling Dutchman, and Spain's agile Vlanuel Orantes shot their way nto the men's f o u r t h round Sat- irday in a day of Wimbledon tennis that saw deep inroads n t o America's secondary anks. The U.S. .ii'nior varsity of (oscoe Tanner, Jeff Borowiak and Dick Stockton won second :ounci matches, but four Americans were sent to the sidelines, ncluding Marty Ricssen, Ihe United States' No. 7 player, and young Alex Mayer of Wayne. S'.J., a surprise semifinalisl icre last year. In the women's division, Julie Ileldman of Houston, the fifth- ranked U.S. player, lost a cen er-courl match to a steady. Bespectacled Japanese girl, Ka- uizo Sawamatsu, and befote the day was over, four others laci followed lier to the sidelines. It wasn't an entirely bad day ior the U.S. women. Six won their way into the third rounc: where they joined the seeded favorites--BillU; Jean King. hJo 1; Chris Evert. No. 2; Evonne Goolagong, No. 3. and Rose mary Casals. No. 4, all idle. The top six men also were idle from favored John New combe down to No. 6 Jan Kodes of Czechoslovakia, providing a somewhat dull program for tht more than 25.000 spectators. Okker, seeded No. 7, am Orantes, No. 12, moved a round ahead of the rest o( the field reaching the final 16. The worn en only came up lo the round o 32, leaving the rain-hampered event still well behind schedule Okker's court-covering wiz ardry and the rapier sharpne? of his service returns were to much for Soulh Africa's Clit Drysdalea. The Dutchman pre vailed -1-6, 6-3, 6-3, 6-3. It was tougher for Oranles who had to rally from a two-se deficit to beat veteran Tony Roche of Australia, 2-6, 5-7, 7 5 6--!. 8-6. Tanner, the Lookout Houn t a i n . Term., southpaw used his service like a sledgehammer t overpower Karl Mciler of Wes Germany. 8-6. 6-4. 8-6. Boro wiak. f r o m Berkeley. Calif., le former champion Neale Frase of Australia two sets io one am 1-0 in the fourth when the ol Aussie pulled up lame and re tired. Cannonballing Dick Stockto of Dallas beat Gerald Battrick England's No. 3 ranked player 3-6, 6-3, 6-4, 4-6. 6-4. Going into Monday's thir round the United States has eight men and nine women competing. The Soviet Union's Olja Morozova ousted Shirley Brasher of Britain. 6-1.6-0. Miss Sawamalsu outsteadiec Miss Eleldman. who blew a -12 lead in the fir=t set and lost the second after setting a 3-0 lend. Riessen bo.ved to Guillermo Vilas of Argentina. 7-9. 6-1 .6--! 6 6-1. Mayer lost lo a Dutch- lan named Rolph Thung, 3-7, 2, 6-3, Business As Usual For Jets, Giants NEW YORK (AP) -- Officials f the New .York Giants and ets said Saturday they plan to onduct business as usual, iill- ng out their rosters with ookies. should the National 'oolball League Players Asso- iation carry out its plans for a trike Tuesday. Andy Robuslelli, Director Operations for the Giants, sair he team- has signed about 50 ookies and expects them all to cporl. "We plan to play." said Rob uslelli, a former All-Pro defen sive e n d . "...We'll play our scheduled games even if means we (management) h a v e got to get on the field person ally." Giants rookies are sche-dtitec o report July 8 and veteran July 14. NFL players say they will *e up picket lines around training, camps in an effort to persuadf rookies not to report. RobusteU idmitted the picket lines coulc ead to confrontations. "It could be an uncomfirt able thing." he said. "T-iej might try to prevent the rookies from coming in who knows what'll happen then If the strike lasts and the play ens get heated up, it'll be onl\ because someone is tellm, Lhem to." General Manager Weeb Ev, bank of the Jets said his clul has signed about 35 rookies "We're trying to sign enough men to be able to play Ihe ex^i: bition season if it gets to that, said Ewbank. Perry Hones Pitching Style CLEVELAND (AP) - Pitch- r Gaylord Perry of the Cieve and Indians has reduced all his ap-tugging and uniform-touch- ng mound mannerisms to one: he Pause. After a batter is out, Perry imooths the mound front to ack lo eliminate anything that might give a hit a bad bovince, hen he walks back lo the rubber. There he stands, his back to -he plate, seemingly staring at .he crowd while trie ball makes -he traditional infield rounds. 3ut it stops in third baseman 3uddy Bell's glove until G.iy- urd's ready. It's a matter of concentra- ion. Perry says: "I'm getting myself together to go get 'em. The instant one niter is out of :here, I w a n t some time to think about the next one." The Pause must be working. Perry goes alter his 14th straight victory tonight against Boston. The Pause also lets him see where his fielders are. "1 pitch according to where [hey're positioned." he says. "I have a sign with ihe shortstop and second baseman. If I'm going Lo pilch to a hitter different from our original plan, 1 let them know so they can shift over." Perry says he gets better support from his fielders "he- cajse the guys know what I'm trying to do. Then if I don't get the pitch where I'm supposed to, it's my fault." AH that leaves third baseman Bell holding the ball, or maybe socking it into his glove to kill time. When Perry's ready, lie turns to Ihird. Perry says he has taken Ihe Pause since his days in the minor leagues. No one advised him to start, and he saw no other pitcher do it, he says. But he says dropping the other mannerisms followed umpires' advice and the advent of the rule that permits officials to call a greaseball without proof. The various movements Perry made led batters to suspect he was greasing up, and that brought charges that causer] considerable furor over Perry last season. Cowboys Sign Roger Staubach DALLAS (AP) -- The Dallas Cowboys signed quarterback Roger Staubach to a contract Saturday for an unannounced number of years. 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