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iiiniiiiiniiiiiniiiniiniNniHiiiinnniiNiieiiiuiiHiiiiiiiiinii Professional Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League East · W L Pet. Boston 43 32 .573 Cleveland 41 34 .547 Detroit 40 36 .526 Baltimore 38 36 .514 Milwaukee 36 38 .486' New York 35 41 .461 West Oakland 43 35 .551 Kansas City 38 31 .507 Texas 40 39 .506 .Chicago 37 37 .500 Minnesota 33 43 .434 California 32 48 .400 Tuesday's Games Boston 9, Baltimort 6 Cleveland 5, Milwaukee 3 Detroit 4, New York 2 Minnesota 5, Texas 4 Chicago 4, Kansas City 1 Oakland 7, California 5 ! VYed ties day's Games Baltimore' (McNally 7-6 and Garland 1-1) at Boston (Drago 5-3 and Cleveland 6-5), 2, N New York (Pagan 0-1) at Detroit (Lolich 10-8), N 'Cleveland (G. Perry 14-1) at Milwaukee (Colborn 4-4), N Texas (Jenkins 9-9) at Minnesota (Butler 3-2), N Kansas City (Splittorff 8-7) at Chicago (Moran 1-1), N Oakland (Abbott 1 ; 1) at California (Hassler 1-2), N Thursday's Games Baltimore at Boston ,; Cleveland' at 'Milwaukee New York at Detroit, N Kansas City at Chicago, N Texas at Minntsota, N Oakland at California, N St. Louis Montreal Philaphia , Pittsburgh Chicago New York National League East W L Pet. 4 0 3 5 .533 36 35 38 38 33 40 32 42 31 44 West 53 24 44 32 42'37 40 39 36 47 34 46 .507 .500 .452 .532 .413 GB New Bats For Stargell Pittsburgh slugger Willie Slargell, whose 12 homers are well behind his league leading pace ,of last year, swings a pair of bat-handled sledgehammers he uses to limber up. He started the season with another sledge, but it disappeared during a series in San Diego. The new hammers were specially made by a Pittsburgh firm that hopes its product will help Stargell regain his home run touch. (AP Wirephoto) U.S., Russia Vie For World Honors SAN JUAN (AP) -- The 'nited Slates and Russia claim ley are not at top form, but oth teams are rated as favor :es in the World Basketball o u r n a m e n t which begins onight. The United States has been abeled the team to beat de pile U.S. Coach Gene Barlow's dmission that Jiis squad ha nly six practice sessions be ore coming to Puerto iRico. The Russians' pretourney aerformance belies the fac hat they are missing four o heir players from their Munich Olympics team and that Sovie ch Vladimir Kondrashin be ieves his team does not hav he strength to win the com letition. The Russians looked strong i lasting Canada 110-83 and Aus .ralia 90-45 in games earlie this week. , The United States has wo She competition only once, i 3ao Paulo, Brazil, in 1954 an lias placed second twice. Other past winners are Ar gcntina in 1950, Brazil in 195 Russia in 1967 and Yugoslav! in 1970. In the preliminary 1 round, th United States plays The Phill pines. The preliminary round enc Friday after three days of pla with the two top teams in eac advancing to the finals with th defending champions Yug slavia, and the host team from Puerto Rico. The finals will open Sunda afternoon in San Juan. Cubs Claim 4-3 Decision Zamora Stops Cardinals Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., July 3, 1974 «J 17 FAYETTEVILLC, ARKANSAS - ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Dimin- :ive Oscar Zamora is making [i for lost time in his career as relief pitcher for the Chicago 29-year-old righthander ubs. The ut in his eighth appearance in vo weeks for the National jeague club Tuesday night and ecorded his third save as the beat the St. Louis Cardi- als 4-3. "Even his club, at least I'm getting if I don't stay with iig league exposure," cncnted Zamora, who ine seasons in the minors. corn- toiled "The trade's the best thing :hat ever happened to me," added the 5-foot-10 control specialist, svhose contract was purchased June 15 from Denver, a Houston Astros farm. That control is Zamor.Ys forte was attested to by a decision of Cubs Manager Wliitcy Lockman in the sixth inning. Base-stealing whiz Lou Brock singled and was on second via his 49th theft with the count 2-0 on Ted Sizemore when Lockman signaled (or relief. Zamora replaced starter Jim Tcdd, 2-1, induced Sizemore to mp up bunting and then retired Reggie Smith and Ted Simmons to end a threat. Two singles, a bunt and Tim McCarver's sacrifice fly scored for the Cards on inning later, but Zamora worked around a minor threat in the ninth. Hick Monday's eighth home run and run-scoring doubles by Bill Madlock shot the Cubs the leadoff inning against Cards starter Sonny Siebert, 7-6. But that was all Ihe Cubs got and a Simmons home run fo! and Vic Harri to a 4-0 lead in Glass Falls From Box Seats owed by Joe Torre's double, a ake McBride single and Ken leitz' grounder halved St. /ouis' deficit an inning later. The key, as Zamora later iewed it. was striking out Simmons with Brock at third and Chicago ahead 4-2 in the sixth. "I got him with a screwball," Zamora said. "It's not really a trikeout pitch for me, but gainst lefthanders it's my 'out' :itch." : Simmons also posed the final hreat for the Cards by slamming a drive to the fence in center field that was caught vilh Sizemore aboard in the eighth. Cincy Fans Injured CINCINNATI (AP) -- Flying glass from an exploded window pane rained down on a crowded section of left field at Riverfront Stadium Tuesday night, sending 12 persons to a hospital. Sixteen were reported injured after the double-thick glass blew out of a section of a private box overlooking the. left field stands and showered on fans 30 feet below. "It just showered down," said an uninjured bystander. "We thought someone was just throwing ice at first." The Cincinnati Reds .said all of the stadium's IO-by-4 foot sections would be checked before tonight's doubleheader. It was the second window to shatter since June 22. No one was injured in the.earlier incident. "There was a loud bang and t popped out," said Mel Koenig of Hamilton, Ohio, who was sit- -ing in the enclosed private box when the window collapsed. The glass.fell during the bottom of the first inning of Cincinnati. Reds-Los Angeles Dodgers game, just as Joe Morgan hit a home run to give the Reds an early two-run lead. Witnesses said the glass fell in two pieces. The first and largest piece of the 10-by-4-foot pane injured the spectators. The other piece fell after the area had been cleared. Stadium Manager George Howe was among 40 persons in the box when the pane fell. He had no explanation, but dis counted reports that the teni perature difference between the hot, humid air outside was the The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week air-conditioned box the 71/2% We have a savings program and Interest rate to meet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. East Avenue Travelers Ease Past Alexandria ALEXANDRIA, La. (AP) -Jerry Mumphrey hit a tw»run lome run in the top of the ninth nning here Tuesday nigbt to jive the Arkansas Travelers a i-5 Texas League victory over. Alexandria. Arkansas had accumulated a 4-1 lead by the third inning. Successive singles by Danny Loonier, Joe Lindsey and Mike Vail produced the runs. The Aces retaliated and by the ninth inning the score was tied, 4-4. With one out, Larry Herndon singled for Arkansas and got his 32nd stolen base of the season. Mumphrey then sliced a, fly down the left-field line that cleared the fence. The homer was Humphrey's sixth . of the season and gavs Arkansas a 6-4 lead. ' After four games here in three days, the Travelers return to Little Rock Friday, night. Los Angeles 53 24 .688 Cincinnati 44 32 .579 8Vz Atlanta 42'37 .532 12 Houston 40 39 .506 14 San Diego 36 47. .434 20 San .Fran 34 46 .425- 20W Tuesday's Games Houston 5, Atlanta 1 Pittsburgh 4, Montreal 2 Los Angeles 3, Cincinnati 2 New York 4, Philadelphia 2 Chicago 4, St. Louis 3 San Diego 5, San Francisco 1 Wednesday's Games Philadelphia (Lonborg 10-6) at New York (Parker 1-7) San Diego (Freisleben 6-3) at San Francisco (Bryant 2-10) Los Angeles (John 11-2 and Rau 6-4) at Cincinnati (Carroll 5-1 and Gullett 7-6), 2, N Houston (Griffin 9-3) at Atlanta (Capra 9-2), N Montreal (Renko 5-8) at Pittsburgh (Reuss 7-5), N Chicago (Reuschel 7-5) at St. Louis (McGlothen 11-3), N Thursday's Games Montreal at Pittsburgh, 2 Philadelphia at New York, 2 Chicago at St. Louis Los Angeles at Cincinnati San Diego at San Francisco Houston at Atlanta, N Babe Ruth Diamond Action League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ,, NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (175 at bats)-Garr, Atl, .359; R.Smith, StL, .348. RUNS--Wynn, LA, 56; Bonds, SF, 56; Brock, StL. 52; Cedeno, Htn, 52. RUNS BATTED IN--Garvey, LA, 63; Cedeno, Htn, 61. ' HITS--Garr, Atl, 11C; Gar- vty, LA, 102. DOUBLES--Cardenal, Chi, 21; Maddox, SF, 20. TRIPLES-Garr, Atl, 10; A.Oliver, Pgh, 6; Geronimo, Cin, 6; Bonds, SF, 6. HOME HUNS--Wynn, LA, 19; Schmidt, Phi, 18. STOLEN BASES--Brock, StL, 49; Morgan, Cin, 35; Cedeno, Htn,'35. PITCHING (7 Decisions)-John, LA, 11-2, .846, 2.57 Capra, Atl, 9-2, .818, 1.32. STRilKEOUTS -- Seaver ,NY, 116; Carlton, Phi, 114. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (175 at bats)- Dennis Home Furnishings, IGA, and Siloam Springs -Brand Rex emerged victorious from the Fayetteville Babe Ruth League Tournament competition conducted last .night, at the new field in the Industrial Park. · · ' " In the four o'clock match, Dennis nipped UCT 8-7. Danny Walters, who cracked a triple, was the winning pitcher. Kendall Keen accepted the loss. For the victors, Drew Phillips and Mike Taylor slammed doubles. Singles were contributed by Mike Curtsinger, Phillips, Dennis Otto, and Taylor. For the losers, Jimmy Gate slashed a triple and double. Keen, David Peterson, Mrty McNeil, Mike Whitehead, and Paul Ewing stroked singles. Darrell Strange fired a one- hitter, fanning 11 out of 15 batters, ' a s IGA blanked Elkins 15-0 in the six o'clock contest. A single by Elkiiis' Worley shattered Strange's near masterpiece. The IGA offensive explosion was led by Rick Allrec and David Murphy, who blasted doubles. Robert LeBlond, Gre§ Gebhart, Brice Keegan, Grant Osbourne, Billy Hodnelt, and David Terry added singles. In a final game slugfcst, Siloam Springs -- Brand Rex pummelled Eason Co. 19-14 Billy Haynes was credited with the victory. Carter Goode was tagged with the loss. Haynes accumulated three hits for the Siloam entry. Danny Hilton Robin Dunn, Doug Siemens Dave Calico, also had hits squad. Brian Gardner for the winning Two laughers and squeakers highlighted Carew, Min, Tex, .367. .393; Hargrove, RUNS--Campaneris, Oak, 53; D.Allen, Chi, 49. RUNS BATTED IN--Burroughs, Tex, 65; Briggs, Mil, 54; Rtidi, Oak, 54. HITS-Carew, Min, 114; A.Johnson, Tex, 92. " DOUBLES--Rudi, Oak, 22; Burroughs, Tex, 20. TRIPLES-Rivers, Cal, 7; Otis, KC, 6; Hisle, Min, 6; Campaneris, Oak, 6. HOME RUNS--D.Allen, 19; Mayberry, KC, 16. Chi, S T O L E N BASES--North, Oak, 34; Campaneris, Oak, 22. PITCHING (7 Decisions)-- G.Perry, Cle, 14-1, .933, 1.27 Fingers, Oak, 7-2, .778, 3.60. STRIKEOUTS--N.Ryan, Cal, 173; G.Perry, Cle, ven, Min, 109. 109; Blyle- Agreement Signed UTICA, N.Y. (AP) -- The Mohawk Valley Comets have signed an agreement with the city to Insure that the North American Hockey League team will have a place and ice to play on this winter. Mayor Edward A. Hanna and Victor Ehre, Comets president, . signed a contract and letter of Intent, guaranteeing that the city will spend up to $100,000 to provide ice and basic improvements to the Utica Memorial Auditorium, Little League, Pee Wee Games two Little League action Tuesday night tn the one-sided affairs, Holsum Bread beat Red Ball 13-1 and Payelteville Fire Departmen downed Lewis Ford D-4. In Ihe close games, the Jaycees edget Northwest Arkansas TIMES 9-8 and Kelley Brothers nippec Coca Cola 7-C. Aaron Clark was the winning pitcher for Holsum and Blaki Kinsey the loser for Red Ball Boyd Bonnell doubled for Holsum. Marcos Montez an Greg Gibson doubled twie eeacl in support of Fire Departmen winner Mike Stevens. Lewi Ford loser Phillip Sherman singled, _as did teammate Jimmy Steele and Randy Filch Steve Guthrie got the win fo the Jaycees over the TIMES John Smith. For the winners Doug Brooks tripled and Mike Daniels doubled. 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