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Professional Baseball By The Associated Press National League East W L Pet. GB St. Louis Montreal Philaphia Pittsburgh Chicago New York Los Angeles Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran San Diego 41 36 37 37 39 40 35 41 33 43 33 45 West · 5 5 2 5 ' 45 34 43 38 41 40 36 46 36 49 .532 .500 .494 .461 .434 .423 .688 .570 .531 -.506 .439 .424 ZVt W, 20 21W Sneed Rides Hot Putter To Second-Round Lead In Milwaukee Tourney lockmqn Optimistic Northwest Arkanias TIMES, Friday, July 5, 1974 FAYETTCVILL*. ARKANSAS Cubs Edge Cardinals 6 Thursday's Games Montreal 2-2, Pittsburgh 1-3 New York 5-2, Philadelphia 3- Chicago 3, St. Louis 2 Los Angeles 3, Cincinnati 2 San Francisco 9, San Diego 2 Houston 4, Atlanta 3, 10 innings Friday's Games Atlanta (Morton 10-6 and Niekro 8-7) at Chicago . (Frailing 5-7 and Bonham 6-11), 2 Los Angeles (Downing 2-2 and Zahn 0-0) at Montreal (Renko 5-8 and Montague 12), Diego (Greif 2-10) at 2, N San Philadelphia (Carlton 9-7), N St. Louis (Poster 4-5) at Cincinnati (Norman 8-6), N San Francisco (Barr 4-3) at New York (Koosman 8-5), N Pittsburgh (Ellis 3-6) at Houston (Wilson 4-6), N American League E a s t ' W L Pet. GB Boston . 43 35 .551 -Baltimore - Ml 36 .532 1% Detroit 41 37 .526 2 Milwaukee . 37 39 .487 5 New York 36 42 .462 7 West ' Oakland 45 35 .563 , . -- . Kansas City 39 38 .506 Vh Texas 41" 40 .506 4% Chicago 38 38 .500 5 Minnesota 34 44 .436 10 California 32 50 .390 H Thursday's Games Baltimore 10, Boston b Milwaukee 15. Cleveland 3 New York 6, Detroit 4 Chicago 11, Kansas City 3 Minnesota 3, Texas ·! Oakland 9, California 4 Friday's Games Chicago (Bahnsen 7-9 and Gossage 0-2) at Detroit (Coleman 6-9 and Lagrow 6-7), 2 Minnesota (Albury 4-7 and Goltz 1-4) at Milwaukee (Slaton 7-9 and Wright 7-10), 2, N Kansas City (Briles 0-2) at Boston (Wise-3-3). N New York (May 1-2) at Texas (Brown 7-5 or Clyde 3-4), N Cleveland (Peterson 6-4) at California (Ryan 10-7), N Baltimore (Cuellar 10-4) at Oakland (Hunter 10-8), N MILWAUKEE (AP) --"Of course," Ed Sneed said, surveying 'the Scoreboard ' that showed him three shots;clear of he field in the $130,000 Mil- vaukee Open Golf Tournament, "you start thinking .about win-, ning. · ' ' ·'··' '·"'· "It's the thing that comes to mirid^ It's -almost impossible not to think about it. But here's another 36 holes to. go. I've got to just try and play as well as I , dW trie first two rounds." Sneed, riding a hot putter ;hat has .taken only 55 strokes in two rounds of play ,. put together .'a :five-underTpar 67 in Thursday's :s'econd . round, and extended .his lead to three strokes midway .through, this chase for a_$26,000 first prize. His 133 total, : 11 under par, was within one stroke of the best 36rhole total of the year on the pro tour, and left him wet ahead of former Masters champion Tommy Aaron, alone in second with a pair of 68s and a 136 total. ... ' ' ' 'Cesar Sanudo followed with 68--138 and Bob Zender am 70-139. : , . Lee Trevino moved into con fention with a 69-- despite a !ouble 'bogey five -- and: was led at 140 with Dave Hill, Chuck Courtney and Curtis Siford. . , , Hill's 67 matched the -best round 'of the windy day on the ',010-yard, ; par-72 Tuckaway Country Club course. Courtney had a 69 and Sifford 72. Sam Snead, slill a challenger at age 62, had another 71 and a .42 total. Hubert Green, a hree-time winner this season, also was at that total after a second-round 70. Sneed, who scored the only victory of his six-year pro career last fall 'in the Kaiser 3pen, chipped in from 30 feet for a birdie on his first hole, which, he said, started him off. Ed Sneed · 6-67--133 Tommy Aaron 68-68^136 Cesar Sanudao 70-68--138 Bob Zender 69-70--139 Lee Trevino 71-69-- 140 Dave Hill 73-67--140 Curtis Sifford 68-72--140 Chuck Courtney -71-69--140 Bob E. Smith .73-68--141 Bruce Pleicher 71-71--142 Dale Douglass - 72-70--142 Sam Sneed 71-71--142 Hubert Green 72-70--142 Larry Hinson 70-72--142 Allen Miller 72-70--142 US. Cage Entry Dominates Field By JOHN R. SKINNER CAGUAS, Puerto Rico (AP) -- Coach Gene Bartow.says he feels like he has two John Hav- liceks on the bench of the U.S squad which ha,s breezed praised was responsible for numerous steals and turnovers. The victory, assured the U.S. i spot in the finals which begin Sunday and continue through July 14. : League Leaders the World Basketball Championships. Barlow's super substitutes are G-foot-11 Joe Meriweather of Southern Ilinois and 6-3 guard Luther Burden of the University of Utah. They 'made their presence fell-for the second straight time '· Thursday nfght as the Americans trounced Spain 114-71. -Havlicek played the role of relief man in his early ^years With the professional Boston Celtics before switching to a starting role. .And, Barlow says, "Meriweather and Burden are starters--they just don't start. "In international competition you just have to hava two or thiee players that come in-with strong relief efforts." : - ' Burden pumped in 22 points as he hit eight of 15 field goa shots and all,six foul attempt! against Spain. Meriweather hat nine points and rebounds fail to iree divisions advance into the ound-robin finals, along with lefending champion -Yugoslavia Rico. The U.S. squad plays its final ualifying game tonight against irgentina, which beat the Phil- ppines 111-90 Thursday night. The U.S. beat the same team 35-85 the night before. The" United States is seeking only its second title in seven at- empts in this world event/Also assured spots in the finals are he Soviet Union, Cuba and Canada. National League BATTING (175 at bats)-Garr, .346. All, .357; R. Smith, StL, RUNS-- Wynn, LA, 57; Bonds SF, 57; D.Cash, Phi, 53; Brock, StL, 53; Cedeno, Htn, 53. ."" RUNS BATTED IN -- Cedeno, Hln, 65; Garvcy, LA, 63. HITS--Garr, Atl, 119; vey, LA, 105. Gar- DOUBLES -- Cardenal, Chi- 21; Stennett, Pgh, 20; Stargell, Pgh 20; Garvey LA 20; Maddox SF 20. ' TRIPLES-Garr AU 10; D.Cash Phi, 6; A.Oliver, Pgh, 6; Geronimp, Cin. 6; Bonds, SF, 8. HOME RUNS--Wynn, LA, 19; Schmidt, Phi, 18; Cedeno, Htn, 18. STOLEN BASES--Brock, StL, 50; Morgan, Cin, 37. PITCHING (7 Decisions)-John, LA, 12-2, .857, 2.48 Capra STRIKEOUTS -- Seaver, NY Atl, 9-2, .818, 1.43. 116; Carlton, Phi, 114. ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Base- ban's Chicago Cubs have reached the -game's traditional July 4 milestone , 7 'A games back in the National League East, but , Manager Whitey Locktnan sees hope. A 3-2 victory Thursday over the front-running St. Louis Cardinals was the Cubs', lifth on an eight-game trip, and .each was by one run. "Obviously you better win your share of those kind," observed Lockman, whose young club also made, the most of one scoring inning. "But the division race is wide open," he insisted. "Not only our club is in it, but there are five others who'll stay bunched Jackson, Carew Still Dominate 1 . . JACKSON, CAREY 1-34-3 NEW YORK (AP) -- Oaklant slugger Reggie Jackson anc Minnesota second baseman Roc Carew continue to dominate the voting by fans for the Amen can League's starting lineup fo major league baseball's All Star Game July 23 in Pitts burgh, according to figures re leased today by the commis sioner's office. With just three days left in the voting, Jackson- leads al comers with 1,524,790 : votes New York's Bobby Murcer ha moved ahead of Detroit's A Kalirie for second place amnn outfielders. Murcer has 614,92! votes to Kaline's 562;I87. Carew -maintains, a huge lea'c over runner-up Cookie Rojas o Kansas City, 1,187,700 t 445,081. Boston's Carlton Fisk, side .ined last week with a knee in Jury, leads the catchers , wit 718,129 ballots to 487,054 fo New York's Thurman Munson Chicago slugger Dick Alle tops Boston's Carl Yastrzemsk at first base, 697,851 to 471,97 Oakland's Bert Campanen holds a wide lead over-Detroit Ed Brinkman at shortstop, 986 ! 512 to 393,783. Brooks Robinson, Baltimore · veteran third' baseman, lea - runner-up Sal Bando of Oa , land, 684.334 to 429,475. . Ballotinff ends Sunday. 1 the way." Rrght-hander Steve Stone, 3-2, ho had never beaten the Car- inals, was the Chicago, man of e hour in a strong starting erformance. ZAMORA MOPS Shelled by the -same team lay 17, the 5-foot-10 pitcher re- tricted the Cards to a single arncd run through 1% in- ings and let Oscar Zamora nop up. The keys as viewed by the mustachioed Stone were dis- wsing of dangerous Reggie Smith four limes at bat and re- ring Lou Brock .in a sixth-in- ing pinch hit role. "Don't tell me about Smith." ighed Stone, who was acquirec ly the Cubs last December in le deal -that sent Ron Santo to le Chicago White Sox. "I was in the other league 'ith him," he recalled, "and he it one at least eight miles of me. I had a few comirre against him." And of Brock, who bounced nto a force play to thwart a udding Cardinals threat, Sto noted, "I was glad lo get hi on the first pilch. I rememb a lot of limes he's drilled t irst one right by me." SINGLE RUN St. Louis' scoring came in 1 ;hird inning on a walk, Ba VlcBride's singla and a grour er and in the sixth courtesy a Vic Harris error. But the bursts were loo lit lo offset a three-run Cubs ra in the fourth featuring Anc Thornton's run-scoring dou and a run-producing single rookie Steve Swisher. Despite the defeat, Ihe Car als came . through the d owning their division's lead 214 games for only the th time in 24 years on July 4. The other occasions w during pennant-winning seas in 1967 and 1968, which w small consolation to los pitcher John Curtis, 4-9. ' ' I t ' s tremendously appointing to be with a te you know can win and not anything," Curtis lamenl X i -- *~" j ^. fc J f £ _ ^ ' w?\2~YYWVfVMr = *^ ^llNir i^^jS^ V BkUMW^v W 3wl^lL oLf^J ^D^^^^^Kt^t c fcj' |^^^ffi^^^^9 FAI 2 ^^^^^^^^^^^^ f^" ~ e *=3 u ty'ff f * f ^ m t ' · ' MONDAY ' HILLBULY NIGHT * Salad Bar, ' ' Pork Chops, * Brown Beans, Potatoes, ., Cornbread, * Sliced Onions, Butter. 1 (The kind "LU" Ahncr likes.) TUESDAY THE BEST O F I A N D AND SEA -Salad Bar, Breast of Chicken, Deep Fried Cllpimn onrimp, Choice 01 Potatoes, Bread and Butter. i;^^^ ^ 3?s« ^r WEDNESDAY FLAMING SHISKABOB NIGHT Broiled Tender Chunks Of Sirloin Beef On A Skewer w/Onions, Green Peppers, Tomatoes, and Served On Hice Pilaf, Salad Bar, Bread and Butter. ?g~ " £ t.*'vS'2?'}f f Tl PO Te B ^ S S ( V s " day dis but I'm not going to stick mylhead in the sand." SMORGASBORD For LUNCH ALL THE PIZZA Now Mon. thru fit. 11-2 AND SALAD YOU CAN EAT Also Mon., 5-8- p.m. All locations Bring Ihe Kids -- Only tOc Per Year of Age. 314 South School 2325 North College Highway 68 West, Springdole SUNDAY DAILY SUPPER SPECIALS EACH WEEK = FRIDAY CATFISH FILET NIGHT A Family Stylo Dinner with alt you can eat. Big Platter of Catfish, French Fries, Onions, Hush Puppies, Cole Slaw, Bread Butter. Bring the family (No Substitutes Please) = 3901 North College FayeHeville, Arkansas Phone No. 443-3431 SATURDAY SURF AND TURF NIGHT Salad Bar, A Tender Sirloin Steak and One Lobster Tail, with drawn Lemon Butter, Choice of Potato, Bread anil Butter. SUNDAY OUR EVERY SUNDAY FEATURE lllOOa.m. to 8:00 p.m. Old Fashioned Chicken and Dumplings, Vegetable, Salad Bar, Bread and Butter. Treat Mother and the Kids Today After Church. South Stars Clip North 8-6 American League BATTING (175 at bats)-Carew, Min, .386; Hargrove, Tex, .357. RUNS--Campaneris, Oak, S3; D.Allen, Chi, 51. RUNS BATTED IN--Burroughs, Tex, 66; D.AHen, Chi, 57. ( - HITS -- Carew, Min., 115; Rudi, Oak, 96. DOUBLES -- Rudi, Oak., 35; Burroughs, Tex, 20. TRIPLES--Rivers, Cat, 7; Otis, KC, 7; Hisle, Min, Campaneris, Oak, 6. HOME RUNS-D.AUen, Chi, JO; Mayberry, KC, 16. STOLEN BASES -- North- Oak, 34; Cpmpaneris, Oak, 23. PITCHING' (7 Decisions)-- G.Perry, Cle, 15-1, .938, 1.31 Sprague, Mil, 6-1, .857, 2.09. STRIKEOUTS -- N.Ryan, Cal, 173; G.Perry, Cle, 115; Blyleven, Mi, 115. Travs Sweep Alexandria ALEXANDRIA, La. (AP) -Arkansas pitchers Ron Selak and Randy Wiles pitched complete Barnes a s the Travelers I wept a doubleheader from Alexandria Thursday night and closed some ground on Victoria In the Texas League East. The Travelers won the first game 6-3 arid the second game 3-2. The doubleheader sweep, coupled with Victoria's loss to Shreveport; enabled the Travelers to move within four games of the league lead. Alexandria got its four hits and three runs otf Selak in the third inning. Selak, 19, retired the last 13 men he faced. Wiles did not lead until the leventh and final inning. With the' score tied 2-2, Larry Herndon doubled and one out later came home on Jerry Mumph- rty'i sacrifice fly to right. TH MCSK CON WAY, 'Ark. (AP) -- The rolled over the North 8-6 Thursday in the first Arkansas Amer- show his worth underneath th basket. game, which is proposed as an annual event. He has been an intimidalini defender when in the game. the game at the YBMA Fair- Brent Rook of Sylvan Hills and led a spurt which gave tht pitcher, gave up four runs in a South rally in the second. The outburst included a bases-empty homer by shortstop David Anderson of Fort Smith Ker- wins, two walks, a bunt .single and one of the five North er- Spaniards, nearly as big as th Americans, had downed Argen tina 96-89 in the opening round. "IT CAN BE SAID, SIMPLY AND WITH THANKS, THAT IT IS AN ABSOLUTELY TERRIFIC MOVIE HUT DELIVERS! _DVENTURE BEYOND BELIEF! 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