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Friday, July 5, 1974
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Liltle League, Pee Wee Games : ,-.{, テつ」\$-/ * テつキ * - テつキ * テつォ % T*テつォ*-.X*f W ,"W " f W**, ^P?^. . * *' * ' ' "* * ? * * ,, , - テつサ / , v l v * V o v , a t - - ' - , ":;-:^o x v v.,-,"', v - N ,r* '* I V""^ ?, !.'** '- , n i "%.テつキ*テつキテつサ *i- '"VI Little League action continued Wednesday evening as the Faye 11 e v i 11 e Fire Department dropped . Cravens 18-13. David :Mix and Mike Stephens handled the pitching chores lor the winners. Greg Gibson tripled and テつキ" and teammates Mike Stephens and Paul -Williams doubled' for the Firemen. Eugene Sekiguchi tripled and Loy Vickers and Danny Wood doubled for Cravens. Seven Up produced a football- like 26-8 victory. over Kelley Brothers. Kelly Sharp was the winner and Tommy Deffenbaugh the loser. The Evening Lions ' bounced the Northwest Arkansas TIMES 20-12. Steve Houston was the - winner and Barry Gebhart the loser. John Siccardi doubled for the Lions while Barry Gebhart homered for the TIMES.- .-テつキ' The Jaycees defeated Red Ball Transfer' 10-9. Roger Foster was the winning-pitcher, while Sandy Smith took the loss. Mick Van Nostrand had a home run for the Jaycees - while Roger Foster and" Van Nostrand doudlbed. Smith. Bobby Little, Blake Kinsey and Ed Gayer all doubled for Red Ball. In" Pee Wee game Medical Arts dropped the Exchange テつキテつキ Club 6-2. David Neal managed an inside the park homer for the Exchange Club. M o o r e ' s . Chapel whipped Northwest Candy 12-7. Darin Bell was the winning pitcher while Stu Brown doubled for the winners. . ' ' First Federal walloped Loris - Stanton 13-1. Donne Pitts tripled for the winners. Members ot Cravens' 1974 Little League baseball entry Include (Front Row), from left. Gary Copelanil, Mike Williams, Stuart Herbert, Dnr- rell Reaves, Roger Young, Cravens Chad Thomas, Ronnie Robertson and Keith Johnson. (Top How) Jawn Glass, Jim Stockland, Jeff McGoodwin, Mark Jordan, Mike Ritchie, Darryl Long, Greg Cox and Denny Wood. 'This year's coaches are Milton Copeland, Keith Blackman and Jarvis Harper. Not pictured are Loy Vickers and Eugene Sekigucht. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Chris Evert To Meet Morozova In Women's Final At Wimbledon with the loss. Todd Darter Mcllroy while Steve Coker all Daran -Johnson Babe Ruth Diamond Action niiiniiiiiiiiiDiiinniHiinnniiiiniiiniDi! Fayelteville's annual Babe R u t h baseball 'tournament continued play both Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Wednesday evening Mcllroy Bank pounded Collier's Drug 194 behind the pitching of Joe Holt. Duane Dune was charged doubled for Charles Fer- ;uson, Holt, Mark Counts and had singles, smashed a triple for Collier's while Skeeter Thomas doubled and teammates Eddie Osburn and David Gardner singled. テつキ テつキ In the second game Huntsville edged Dennis Home Furnishings 6-4. Head'picked up the win while Mike Taylor. .was charged with the,loss. Drew Phillips- 'arid Mike Woodward .doubled .for Dennis while Danny Walters, Mark Worsham and Bruun Whitehead all singled. First Federal downed Eason Co. in the final game 10-2. Terry Fraley was the winning hurler and Kenny Harriman the loser. Randy Drake and Tim Clark - tripled for First Federal while Rea singled. Harriman and Jay Huneycutt had the only hits for Eason's. In Thursday evening's games D e n n i s Home Furnishings shelled Jet Stream of Siloam Springs 12-1. Danny Walters was the winner. Drew Phillips doubled for the winners while Walters, Mark Worshap, Mike Curtsinger, Phillips, Mike Taylor, Bruun WIMBLEDON, England (AP) -- America's Chris Evert was to meet her "very good friend" and doubles partner, Olga Morozova of the Soviet Union, Miss Evert reached the finals with a convincing 6-2, 6-3 viclo- y over Australia's Kerry Mel- rille. Mrs. Morozova had more rouble, coming from behind to in today's women's singles final beat Miss Wade, 1-6, 7-5, 6-4. of the All-England Tennis Chris Evert was talking to Championships, a match-up of newsmen when she learned her two of the coolest competitors finals opponent was to be Mrs. Morozova. The Florida girl was in the game. Miss Evert, I/auderdale, Fla., entered her 19, from Fort clearly disappointed. FULL OF CONTROL second straight final here with "Olga is going to be very a reputation as "the ice dolly." tough," Miss Evert said. She diately. She is quiet and I' the quiet type. We began pra ticing together and becam very good friends. We pla very well together, we com plement each other." Miss Evert and Mrs. Mor zova, the top-seeded pair left the women's doubles, were match togel they compe for the singles title. Both losing semifinalists lips, tehe , Whitehead and David Harrison singled for the winners. In the second and final contest Collier's upended First National 12-3. Eddie Osburn was the winning pitcher while Steve Atkins was handed the loss. Daran Johnson tripled while Duane Dunn, Johnson, Jim Herrington and Gary Bowen singled for the winners. Joe West tripled in a losing cause while West, Sam Pitts and Terry Paulison singled. Elkins won a forfeit victory from UCT. Those eliminated so far in the tournament are Eason's, Jet Stream of Siloam Springs, UCT and. First National. She lost to Billie Jean King last year. Mrs. Morozova, 24, the wife of a Moscow electrical engineer, upset both Mrs. King and Britain'r Virginia Wade to become '.lie first Russian to reach a Wr.nbledon final. Her name in Russian means "frost" and she too has nerves of ice. In today's men's semifinals, third-seeded Jim Connors of Belleville, 111., faced unranke Dick Stockton of Dallas and fourth-seeded Stan Smith of Sea Pines, S.C., took on ageless Australian Ken Rosevvall, seeded No. 9. s so' consistent and so full oi control of herself . . . " Mrs. Morozova returned the compliment, praising Miss Evert as a cool customer "twice over." She said she had lost to Evert four times this year, "but these matches were on clay. It's easier playing her on grass because the bounce is faster," the Russian added. "But with Chrissie, you have to play the points all the time." TO PLAY TOGETHER Miss Evert said she met Olga at the French championships in 1973 and "We hit it off imme- USA, USSR Cinder Meet Begins Today . DURHAM, N.C. CAP) -- The i 12th annual U.S.-tJSSR track and field meet was scheduled " to begin today in Durham with a 60 per cent chance of rain predicted and the absence of s several top American 'stars. 1 Opening ceremonies are set 5 for 3:57 p.m. EDT at Duke University's Wallace- Wade -Sta- dium with track events starting ' at 4:35 p.m. ' U.S. head coach Jimmy Cari nes of the University of Florida was not predicting an Ameri- I can victory, but Russian coast I Igor Ter-Ovanesyan said, "The n American men's team and Ruse sian women's team have more er dash. With Soviet double Olympic champion Valeriy Bor- zov running only the 200-and テつキMO yard relay, Williams is a solid favorite in the event. Williams will not compete in the 200,. scheduled for Saturday, or the relay, so the world's top sprinters . will not compete against each other in this meet. Running against Williams in :he 100. will be Tennessee's Reggie Jones, the NCAA champion, and Aleksander Kornel- yuk and Yuriy Silov. \VAUGHN4 play a semifinal er Friday after the ng ladies singles--Miss Wa and Miss Melville, Chris Evert would title. predict take todgers Edge Reds, Vow Not To Collapse y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Los Angeles Dodgers are t to prove they're not riding bicycle built for two collapses a row. "Down with the Big Red Marine," said second baseman ave Lopes after a two-run inth-inning rally Thursday at produced a 3-2 victory over incinnati and dropped the de- ending National League West ivision champion Reds a hopping 9 games behind the unaway Dodgers. "This is the year of the Little lue Bicycle," Lopes added, rearing to the Dodgers' color. We blew it last year and we aven't forgotten. It won't hap- Northwest Arkoniai TIMES, _ rAVlTTtVILLI, ARKAN Friday, July 5, SAS 1974 Leads Rout Over Indians Hegcm Plates Five By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS! Hegan, a baseball vagabond, There's no place like home ' '-=-- ut J plate for Mike Hegan. "Everybody wants to play," Hegan' says. "I think a guy who's satisfied sitting on the bench is not worth anything." An uneasy bench rider most of his major league baseball life, Hegan played an entire game for a change Thursday and contributed a productive en again." Los Angeles' biggest lead pro bat to Milwaukee's 15-3 rout of the Cleveland Indians. "It was like getting a birdie on the 18th hole," said a happy Hegan after driving in five runs with two homers. "You want to go out and do it every day. You look forward more to coming to the ballpark the next day when you do something like this, and is making his second appearance with Milwaukee. Along with the Brewers, the first baseman has played with the old Seattle Pilots, the Oakland A's and New York Yankees. He got into the game against Cleveland only because regular George Scott was injured. In the other American League games, the New York Yankees beat the Detroit Tigers 6-4: the Baltimore Orioles trimmed the Boston Red Sox 10-6; the Chicago White Sox bombed the Kansas City Royals ver the second-place Reds a ear ago 7 was 8!i games on uly 17. In other -National League ac- ion Thursday, the . Chicago Cubs edged the St. Louis Cardi- als 3-2, the Montreal Expos ipped the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-in the . opener of a double- leader but dropped the nightjar 3-2, the Philadelphia 'billies lost their opener to the New York Mets 5-3 and then ended an eight-game losing skid by taking the nightcap 6-2, he Houston Astros shaded the Atlanta Braves 4-3 in 10 innings and the San Francisco Giants rounced the San Diego Padres 9-2. Expos 2-2, Pirates 1-3 Richie Zisk doubled home th テつキying run in the eighth inning of the nightcap against rookie Dennis Blair after an intentional walk to Willie Stargell, and Bob Robertson follow ed with a game-winning sacrifice fly. Pepe Frias drove in the deciding run for Montreal with a fluke double in the seventh in ning of the opener. Mets 5-2, Phillies 3-6 Wayne Twitchell, making only his second start of the season since knee surgery, pitched a five-hitter to help the Phillies end an eight-game losing streak in the nightcap. t h a t ' over weeks." feeling for the usually carries next couple of 11-3; the Minnesota Twins 3テつォ| feated the Texas Rangers 3 : I and the Oakland A's turned back the California Angels 9-4. j Yanks 6, Tigers 4 i Walt Williams' sacrifice flyj his first run batted in of tha season, drove in the go-aheao) tally in a thrte-run ninth inning that lifted New York over Def troit. t Orioles 10, Red Sox 6 j Bobby Grich drove in three runs, one with his 13th homer; as Baltimore rolled past Boston to sweep their three-gam* David Pearson Edges Petty For 400 Purse DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -David Pearson pushed the nose of his Mercury past Richard Petty's Dodge by half a car length at the finish line Thursday to take first in the Firecracker 400 stock car race for the third straight year. 2lP Pff/WT 34 East Center Phone: 521-6472 Business Cards, Letterheads. 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