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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Professional Baseball nimuiiiiii'iiiiiHiDiiinniiuiiniiiiNiiiiiniiiiiiniiuiiiniiw American League East W L Pet. GB Boston 42 32 .568 -Cleveland 40 34 .541 2 Baltimore 38 35 .521 3H Detroit 39 36 .520 3% Milwaukee 36 37 .493 5 New York 35 4 0 . .467 TA West Oakland .42 35 .545.-Kansas City 38 36' .514 2'/4 Texas 40 38 .513 2V4 Chicago 36. 37 .493 4 Minnesota 32 43 .527 9 California 32 47 .410 11 Monday's Games Cleveland 3, Milwaukee 1, 1st Cleveland 9, Milwaukee 3 2nd . Boston 6, Baltimore 4 Kansas City 9, Chicago 0 Detroit 4, New York 3 Texas 6,'Minnesota 2 Oakland 5, California 3 Tuesday's Games - Boston (Moral 1-2) at Balti more (Grimsley 9-7), N Milwaukee (Kobel 3-7) a Cleveland (J. Perry 6-7), N New York (Dobson 6-9) a Detroit (Walker 3-0), N Texas (Hargen 6-4) at Min nesota (Butler 3-2), N Kansas City (McDaniel 1-2 at Chicago (Wood 12-9), N Oakland (Holtzman 8-9) a California (Tana n a 4-11 or Fig ueroa 0-0), N wiiiniiinniiNiiiinnTiDiiimi Northwmt Arkansas TIMES, Tun., July 2, 1974 FAYITTEVILLI, ARKANSAS Super Bow! Site Moved New Orleans Dome Won't Be Ready NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Thcicials Monday to tell lliem the the missed deadline on labor rush to complete the Louisiana] bad news. · The use of Tulane Superdome in time for the Jan. Stadium had been worked out in advance in case the Super- 1 dome wasn't available. The architecture firm blamed Members of lewis Ford's 1974 Little League baseball entry include (Top Row), from left, coach Arvll King, Joey Busch, David Tungstnol, Lewis Ford Jimmy Steele, : Phillip Sherman, Mitchell Blackston, Rodney Alderson, Steve Day and Chris King. (Front How), David King, Steve Baggett, Bil- ly Mahan, Jamie McClane, Tim Kirk, Steve Smith, Eugene Jenkins and Jeif Johnson. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) * 12 Super Bowl didn't work, officials said Monday. As a result, the world's largest football game will move across town to Tulane Stadium, where it has been played twice before. "I hale to say it, but that's just the plain, honest truth." said the project's chief architect, N.C. Curtis, who heads the firm Curtis and Davis. Although dome officials had remained optimistic, there had been speculation that the project could not be finished in time. But Curtis said said there is no way seals can be installed and "bugs" worked out by mid- January.. The $139 million sla- dium :.\Vill" be ready in March 1975,.he. said:': "We want to get it done and done properly," he said. "It wouldn't be possible to put our bev. Foot forward on Jan. 12." Curtis met with stadium offi- troubles. Strikes by carpenters and other workers plagued construction, costing at least six weeks of lost time which cannol be made up, Curtis said. 34 East Center Phone: 521-6472 Business Cards, Letted heads, Envelopes, Business Forms, Tickets, Poster*. Flyers, Menus, Memo Pads, Church Bulletins, Calendars, Invitations and so on and so fast . . . FIREWORKS League Leaders tiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiraniiiiiiraiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiifl) National League BATTING (175 at bats)-Garr. All, .361; E.Smith, StL, .354. RUNS--Wynn, LA, 56; Bonds, SF, 55. RUNS BATTED IN--Uarvey, LA, 62; Cedeno, Htri, 60. HITS--Garr, All, 115; Garvey, LA, 101. DOUBLES-Cardenali Chi 20; Maddox, SF, 20; A.Oliver, Pgh, 19; R.Smith, StL, 19; Rose, Cin, 19; Garvey, LA, 19. TRIPLES--Garr, Atl, 10; A.Oliver, Pgh, 0; Geronimo Cin, 6; Bonds, SF, 6. HOME KUNS--Wynn.'LA, 19: Schmidt, Phi, 18. STOLEN BASES--Brock, StL 48; - Morgan, Cin, 35;, Ctdeno Htn, 35. · : PITCHING , (7, Decisions)John, LA, 11-2, .846, 2.57 Capra Atl, 9-2, .818. 1.32. :-. BATTING (175 at .'bats)-Carew, Min, .388; Hargrove Tex, .352. RUNS--Campaneris, Oak, 53 .D.Allen, Chi, 47. RUNS BATTE D IN--Bur roughs, Tex, 66; Briggg, Mi] 54; Bwdi, Oak, 54. . HITS--Carew, Min, ,111 A.Johnson,'Tex, 90. ' ·."'' DOUBLES--Rudi, Oak, 21 Burroughs, Tex, 19. TRIPLES--Rivers, Gal. 6 Otis, KC, 6; Hisle, Min, 6 Campaneris, Oak, 6; Briggs Mil, 5; Wohlford, KC, 5; Dar win, Min, 5. HOME RUNS-D.Allen, Ch 18; Mayberry, KC, 16. . S T O L E N BASES--North Oak, 34; Campaneris, Oak, 22. PITCHING (7 Decisions)- G.Perry, Cle, 14-1, .933, 12 , Fingtrs, Oak, 7-2, .778, 3.46. Girls Softball Continues Play Rinu]ininimnnnnroii liiniiini imm In girls softball action pi aye Monday evening at Asbell Fiel . Prairie Grove defeated McRoy McNair 8-2. Margaret Foste had a home run for the loser. At West Fork, Elkins defeate West Fork 13-8 in a Sugar Spice League game, Linco: dropped West Fork 8-5 in Petite League game and We Fork topped Lincoln 22-9 in Junior Miss League contest. In the final game Dena De nis picked up the win as D borah Mullins smashed a gran slam homer. Dawn Baker, Ren McAdoo and La Donna Coi'iie ins all had triples.. Wi//iams Makes Debut.As. Angels Coach; As Win 5-3 GIBSONS FIREWORKS y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Welcome back, Dick Wil- dms. Things haven't changed very liich, have they? The Oakland s you remember the Oak- and A's . . . are still a pretty mgh bunch to beat. Williams took "the long trip om Palm Beach Gardens, la., and the world of real es- ate to Anaheim, Calif., and the odd of the American League Monday night, returniirg to aseball as managtr of the Cal- ornia Angels. Ironically, the niforms on the other side of he field belonged to his old riends, the world champion 's. Gincy Players Lead All-Star Game Voting NEW YORK (AP) -- Cincin nati' seems to be the people', choice as the voting for the Na ional League All-Star basebal :eam enters its final week. With voting scheduled to em Sunday, four Red players ar parting vote-getters at their re spective positions and catche Johnny Bench- is threatening Hank Aaron as top vote-gette of all. Aaron the all-time home ru: slugger from Atlanta, still lead all players with 1,198,471. bu Bench is threatening with hi 1,153,312 tota. With 2,119,915 votes counted the Reds' Tony Perez leads a first base with 490,791, team mate Joe Morgan is ahead a second base with 758,823 am Pete Rose appears to have ai outfield spot clinched with 832 : 124 votes. Ron Cey of Los Angeles is th leading candidate to start a third base in the July 23 Al! Star Game in Pittsburgh wit 654,480 votes, while Jimm Wynn of Los.Angeles has 713 745 and is a favorite to win th other outfield spot. In the closest contest, shor stop Bill Russell of Los Angele holds a slim lead against Larr Bowa of Philadelphia and Dav Concepcion, of--you guesse it--Cincinnati. Russell has received 494,1! votes against Bowa's 435,2' and Concepcion's 430,712. Pitchers and reserves will b chosen by the opposing ma agers. For seven innings, things oked fine for Williams. The ngels were leading 3-2 and olanr Ryan was working monthly. Then in the eighth, oubles by Sal Bando and Anel Mangual keyed a three-run akland rally. Final score: akland 5, California 3. Now Vililams knows how the other alt has been living for the last ouple of years in the Oakland- ominated American League. Elsewhere in the AL Monday, leveland swept a double- eader from Milwaukee, 3-1 nd 9-3, Boston downed Balti- nore 6-4, Kansas City shut out Chicago 9-0, Detroit edged New I'ork 4-3 and Minnesota 6-2. Texas defeated In the only National League ames scheduled, Houston shul ut Atlanta 3-0 and Montreal ·hipped Chicago 10-3. INDIANS 3-9, BREWERS 1-3 Cleveland used the long bal' o sweep a doubleheader from Milwaukee and move into sec ond place in the American -eague East, only two behind Boston. George Hendriok homered in each game and John Ellis hit a hree-run homer and drove in ive runs in the nightcap. RANGERS 6, TWINS 2 Texas remained in a virtual iecond place tie with Kansas Jity in the American league Vest, defeating Minnesota. TIGEKS 4, YANKEES 3 Jim Nprthrup broke an eighth lining tie with a two-out home run, Detroit's third of the ame, as the Tigers defeated he Yankees. ROYALS 9, WHITE SOX 0 Cookie .Rojas delivered four straight hits, including a two run homer, and Fred Patek and Hal McRae also homered, pow ering the Royals over the White Sox in the nationally televisec ;ame. Red Sox 6 Orioles 4 Boston bunched three runs in ;he first inning, two of them on Cooper's homer, and then held on to deftat Baltimor . held on to defeat Baltimore. ASTROS 3, BRAVES 0 Don Wilson pitched a five-hitter and drove in Houston's first run with a double, as the Astros shut out slumping Atlanta. EXPOS 10, CUBS 3 Ken Singleton and Mike Jorgensen drove in two r u n s apiect and Bob Bailey drilled a home run as Montreal trounced the Chicago Cubs. MONEY For JUNK BATTERIES Our 20th Year in Fayerteville. 442.-9S67 605 South School Hi way 71 South VAUGHN BATTERY GIBSONS DISCOUNT CENTER Do not Be fooled by Imitators. This is not a one or two Item come on discount. EVERY ITEM discounted. Famous name brands. Absolutely fresh stock. We invite you to compare prices. Choose from the largest stock In the area and save on every item. Firecrackers Banned The U.S. Government has forever banned the Importation and sale of firecrackers after this season. £V£RY JTENUN FIRECRACKERS -.NIGHTWORKS - NOVELTIES Firecracker 400 Pole Trials Pit Big Three DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) -.- David Pearson, Richard Petty and Cale Yar- lorough, stock car racing's "Big Three," headed a list of pole position candidates in to- lay's first round of qualifying tor the July 4 Fi re cracker 400. The first 20 positions in what will become a 40-car starting order were to be decided in speed runs around the 2.5-mile Daytona International Speedway beginning at 10 a.m. EDT. The $115,000 mid-summer classic drew a record 62 en* tries, including all of the Winston Cup Grand National circuit's top runners and two big guns from the rival United States Auto Club's Indy-car division. Johnny Rutherford, who cashed a record $246,000 check after winning the May 26 In dianapolis 500 and added to his bank account by capturing the Schaefer 500 at Mt. Pocono, Pa., Sunday, will drive Chevrolet in this one. A.J. Foyt, winner of three Indy titles, also has won the Firecracker twice--in 1964 and :965--and the Daytona 500 In 1972. He \y\il compete in Thursday's race in a Chevrolet owned by Donnie Allison, also a contender. Pearson, Petty and Yarborough have won 14 of the 15 Grand Nationals this year. Yarborough has six triumphs and $140,760, Petty five wins- and $136,015 and Pearson three victories and $102,835. Pearson has won the last two Firecracker events and also won it in 1961. Petty, though a five-time vyin- ner of the Daytona 500 and'the only man to win that event more than once, never has put it all together in the Firecracker. He has three second place finishes. Ya Thorough, won the July classic in 1967 and 1968 and also has a triumph in the Day- I . O r ; A T K I ) I l W V ; 7 1 N . A C I H ) S S n i C ) l [ . K \ V I S I ; t ) H I WE R E 5 E H V E T I I K H 1 G I I T T O UNIT QUANTITIES Ml DEALERS 1'I.KASE! WE GLADLY ACCEPT USUA FOOD STAMPS OPEN 9 A.M. CLOSED 9 P.M. Prices Good Thru July 6, 1974 1 » f $ § SOUND SCOPE NO. 170G FISH LOCATOR DEPTH FINDER ir.tcud-aEEP-'JUr t\. ton a 500. 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