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» Nerlnw«t Arkoniaj TIMES, Set., July 6, 1974 FAYITTIVILLI, ARKANSAS , iiiiiniiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiDHiniiitniiiffiiiKniiiiiiinni f Professional Baseball NATIONAL LEAGUE East W I. Pet. GB , · . St. Louis ..^Montreal .' Phiiaphia /Pittsburgh J-.Chicago . ;i ..New York Jvfc'os. Angeles -^Cincinnati fc,,Atlanta 42 36 .538 -38 38 .600 3 40 40 .500 3 35 42 .455 6 1 / 35 43 .449 34 45 .430 8V West 56 36 .683 -45 35 .563 43 40 .518 1 42 40 .512 In 3-2 Win Over Cincinnati Carman Saves Cardinals 10 IW 14 ,,.,,... Fran 36 47 .434 20',i :!sah- Diego 3650 .419 22 Friday's Results Chicago 4-3, Atlanta I- 2 .-'* Montreal 11-0. Los Angeles 6- · ; ' · · · Philadelphia 8. San Diego 1 ~~' New York 3, San Francisco 2 ~ f: ~' St. Louis 3. Cincinnati 2 · " ' ' Houston 7, Pittsburgh 1 -'··' Saturday's Games '· (1 ' Atlanta (Harrrison 6-10) at '-·-Chicago (Todd 2-1) -"';' San Francisco (D'Acquislo 6 1; '7) at New York (Stone 2-6) ''·"· St. Louis Gibson 4 8 ) at Cin-( ! » r cinnati (Kirby 6-4), N . San Diego (Palmer 1-1) at V l Philadelphia (Ruthven 2-7), N '·'-' Los Angeles (Sutton 6-6) at '-''Montreal (McAnally 6-8), N Pittsburgh (Demery 0-3) at '"'Houston (Wilson 4-6), N 6V4 10V4 15 '-" American League East ' W L'Pet...SB ·Boston 43 35 .551 -' Cleveland 43 35 .551 I ".Baltimore 41 37 526 2 '-Detroit 43 37 ,.538 1 New York 37 42 .468 6'/4 "Milwaukee 38 40 .487 5 ; · · · West Oakland 46 35 .568 -Kansas City 39 38 .506 5 · Texas 41 41 .500 -'Chicago 38 40 .487 Minnesota 35 45 .438 California . 32 51 .386 : Friday's Games j' .Detroit 9-7, Chicago 6-4 !. Milwaukee 5-4, Minnesota 3-6 Kansas City at Boston, ppd., rain ;, New York 14, Texas J ';'· Cleveland 7, California 2 Oakland G, Baltimore tt ' Saturday's Games '·: Kansa City (Briles 0-2) at Boston (Wise 3-3) ' Chicago (Wood 13-9) at De- Milwauke c(Rdogieurz 52) . Baltimore (Grimsley 9-7) at Oakland (Hamilton 5-1) New York (Medich 8-7) at Texas-(Brown 7-5), N Cleveland (Bosman 0-) at California (Figueroa 0-0), N CINCINNATI (AP) .-- Lou Brock thought it was one of the setter disappearing acts he's seen. That is, Mike Carman's. "Jot the one by the Cincinnati Reds. ·"Now you see it : . . now you don't," cried Brock 'excitedly, pitching ah imaginary ball at a make-believe batter. It was a salute to the fire- balling ninth-inning magic by Carman that preserved a 3-2 victory for St. Louis over the staggering Reds. "That kid looked like Bob Reggie Jonc American M DURHAM, N.C. (AP) -- Reggie Jones doesn't care whether he's known as the world's fastest human. But he'd like for people to know his name. Jones, angry at being the ' . ' u n k n o w n runner 1 behind Steve Williams, sped to two gold medals in the, U.S.-USSR. track meet Friday.. · . : .. His efforts weren't enough to teep the 'Soviets from taking la 90-75 lead- in t h e - combined mens' and womens' competition and a 54-49. lead in the mens 1 events. . . . . · : : But Jones and his teammates from' the National -, Collegiate Athletic Association champions at the University of Tennessee kept a depleted U.S. team from being run out of Duke University stadium.-. . . . Jones led with the U. S. Gibson in his prime," said 3rock, after Carman fanned .he side in the ninth. "That's as lard as I've seen anyone throw all year.'! Carman got the raves, but the laurels of victory belonged io seldom-used reserve Jim Dwyef. " ' · DWYER DELIVERS "Dwyef,'- just. up from the minor leagues, poked a bases- loaded single in the eighth, inning to give the Cards a 3-1 lead . . - - .- . ..- - !S Wins 100 enAndWome ning for the U.S. "That made me mad," he said. The Soviets had a lot of company in their ignorance until his spring. Jones, .a 20-year-old reshman from Saginaw, Mich., urst on the scene when he beat 'Williams., in ;the NCAA 100- yard" championship earlier this year.. Erida'y .v'-as his first inler- latioflal .competition. '. Tom Byers. "an. ..Ohio State 'reshman, led. the. 1600 meters until i'tbe final . turn. Then, according. '.. to Byers, he was bumped by a, Russian runner and stumbled off .the track. Meet officials and- the Soviet runners disagreed and the final ruling was" that Byers trippec oh the curb and then bumped the Russian. .-' · .-. With Byers stumbling, Rus- ."It's hard to. keep your tim-( ing when your on the bench," ' said Dwyer. "but I just do the 1 best I can. It's my job." \ -, ·-,- Carman, after 'giving' up a run in the eighth, 'did the rest ' in fiery fashion. : -"' : "He could start for us," said ' C a r d s ' M a h'-a 'g e r Red Schoendiensl, ")ut he's too valuable in the bullpen.." ~ . Those rabbit-in-the-bat; tricks the Reds came up with in the late innings last year have become a thing of the past. It was . . . . - . . .- - Yard Dash; n Trail USSR McGuire said. : The Soviets showed their strength in the. field events. Alexsey · Spiridondv won the hammer with only one throw, ~ a meet record 244-11. Viktor Saneyev then won the , triple jump witrr54-4v Vladimir Trofi- menko took the : pole vault at 1610%. Viktor Voikin set a Soviet national record with a 6740% heave in the' shot put.'"' . ;: ' ;'"-·"' Yanks Explode WithlHits, M 1*1 in DnnsiArr (many days and the fifth set back in six outings. . . 10 GAMES OUT The disastrous , plunge has League Leaders at tne university 01 Tennessee kept a depleted U.S. team from being run out of Duke University stadium.-. - , . Jones led with the U. S. sweep of the 100 meters in 10.2 yard relay team to a 39.3 sec- v ctory. Fellow Volunteer " Darwin Bond outkicked Maurice ' Peoples to win the 400 meters in 46.1, and Tom Hill and Charles Foster recorded the only other U.S. sweep in the 110 meter hurdles. Hill held Foster off to win in 13.5 seconds. Today, at least, Jones said the Russians will know who he is. He said he had read a news story this week quoting a Sovie as sayirfg that Steve Williams and someone els"e'would be;rurt J U l l l l e l d U l o d ^ L C C U t f l l U L I L C 11IIAL ruling" was" that Byers tripped oh the curb and then bumped the Russian. .-' · .-. With Byers stumbling, Russians Vladimir Ponomarev and Vladimir Panteley swept the race; · with Ponomarev recording a time of 3:42.4. "He lost his balance," Ponomarev said throirgh an interpreter. "I think I would have .ivon .anyway because I felt great.". Other long American faces belonged to pole vaulter Dave Roberts, .'who .'failed to clear any " height' and .-recorded no points, and to Charlie McGuire. McGuire bided his time in the 10,000 meters until the last lap was half over, . He spurted into the .lead,, .hut' was soon overtaken by Valentin Zotov. "1 started ,iny kick too soon," Holi Snuffs Siloam. - - m -· "-· · - · -· · -m · » · « · - · ;· ,- . In Legion Victory dropped the defending Westeri Division champs 10 games ou of first place. . _ . Not "even reliable Fred Nor man, who's been nearly in vincible during his career a Riverfront Stadium, could stem the tide. . . _ , . " ,, . ' ' Nursing a 1-0 lead in the sev enth, Norman, 8-7, weakened. 1 ground rule double by Ke Reitz and a pinch-hit sirfgle b Tim McCarver set-up' Brock run-scoring; single to tie it. The Cards struck again in t-h eighth." Joe Torre's grounder t third bounced unmolested int left field when Heds third base man Dan Driessen stumble and fell before he could get hi glove up. NORMAN KAYOED Ted Simmons followed with double that signaled a . trip I the showers for Norman, who ' now 16-4 for his career at Ri erfront. · · Dwyer's single off relieve Clay Carroll produced a pair o runs that allowed the Cards 1 open their East Division lead t three 'games over-Montreal. "He .was/'CboT as a cycum b'efv"" sai'd" Torre of Dwyer. "H took two strikes then wham." "I = just try = to find holes, said'Dlvyer, who led'lhe Amel can '-Association batting tit with a .38V average. He's ba ting .475 since his calling thre weeks ago, with" 10 hits in 21 a bats. · · " · ' · · The Reds send Clay Kirby, 4, against veteran Bob Gibson 4-8, in a 6:30 p.m. EOT gam tonight. Gibson is eight strife outs away from 3,000. The New York Yankees drove the Texas Rangers , batty Fri-. day night. ·-,.--,,». .-.. .....a '.;,, Swinging like "they haven t done all season, the Yankees socked 20 hits off assorted Texas pitching enroute to a 14-2 romp over the Rangers. "This was long overdue, said New York Manager Bill Virdon. "We've been struggling lately and a game like this should get-,us going. At least I hope it gets us going." The Yankees, who broke R seven-game losing streak with a 6-4 decision'rby.er Detroit Thursday night, .made it :t\Vo| in row by..humiliating ijTexas phenom David.Clyde. ' ' "The kid has 'great velocity but he just missed with a lot of pitches tonight," said New York's Bill 'Sudakis:- "He was veryclose but his problem was that he was not close enough that often." In the other American By The Associated Press American League BATTING (175 at bats)-Carew, Min, .386; Hargrove, Tex. .357; R.Jackson, Oak, .335. --' RUNS--Campaneris, Oak S3; ':··£.Allen Chi, 51; Harrah, Tex, ?· RUNS BATTED IN--Barf roughs Tex, 66; D.Allen, Chi, j. 57; Rudi, Oak, 56. · HITS--Carew, Min, 119; : Rudi Oak, 96; A.Johnson, Tex, I. 93. J DOUBLES -- Rudi, Oak. 23; i. Briggs, M i l , 20; Burroughs, Tex. 20; B.Robinson, Bal, 19; ' t Carew Min, 19. -' ; TRIFES -- Rivers, Cal.' 7; lr*Olis; KC, 7; Hisle, Min, 6; J Campareris, Oak, 6; Briggs, .', Mil 5; Wohlford KC 5: Dar- 5 -win Min. 5. ' HOME RUNS--D.Allen, Chi, J 20 ; Mayberry, KC, ' 16: R.Jackson, Oak, 16; Hendrick, ! Cle, 15; W.Horton, Del 15; · Briggs, Mil. 15. ; Oak. 34; Campaneris, Oak, 23; jfatek, KC. 20. PITCHING (7 Decisions)- G.Perry Cle 15-1, .938, 131 '·' STOLEN BASES -- North- ven, Min, 115; M.Lolich, Del, Fingers. Oak. 7-2, .778, 3.60. STRIKEOUTS -- N. Ryan, Sprague, Mil, 6-1, :857. 2.09 Cal. 181; G. Perry, Cle. 115; Blyleven, Min, 115; M.Lolich, Det. 111. BATTING (175 at National League bats) '· Garr, All. .335; R. Smith, Sfl, i .343; Gross. Hln. .341. i SF 57; Cedeno, Htn, '"D.Cash. Phi. 53: Brock, StL. 53. v- RUNS BATTED IN--Cedeno, '- Htn 66; Garvey, LA, 63; Wynn i LA 60. I HITS--Garr. All. 121; Garvey. LA. 106; D.Cash, Phi, 104. RUNS--Wynn, La., 57; Bonds, DOUBLES -- Cadenal, Chi.'' 21; Stargell Pgh, 21; Stennett, ;· Pgh 20; Garvey, LA, 20; Maddox, SF, 20. '· TRIPLES--Garr, All, 10; ;· D.Cash, Phi, 6; A.Oliver. Pgh · 6; Geronimo Cin, 6; Bonds, ·SF, 6. · HOME RUNS--Wynn, LA, 19; ,- Schmidt, Phi, 18; Cedeno, Htn, ; 18; Stargell Pgh, 14; Bench .· Cin, 14; T.Perez, Cin 14; Garvey LA, 14. ' STOLEN BASES-Brock, StL, !"'50; Morgan, Cin, 37; Cedeno, . Htn, 36. ''· PITCHING (7 Decisions)-John LA, 122, .857, 2.48 Capra, "Atl, 9-2, .818 1.43 McGlothen, j StL 12-3 .800 2.42. STRIKEOUTS-Carllon. Phi. , 118; Seaver, NY, 116; P.Niekro, · AH, 109. By MIKE GASPENY Times Sports Writer Stabilized by the tight, two-hit pitching of lean: righthander Brian Holt, Fayellevilla College Club, squelched Siloam Springs 7-1 in six o'clock American Legion baseball action Last evening. Holt effectively varied a low fastball- -with--a-large pumphandle curve to subdue the opposition. His ten strikeout, two-walk performance Brightened an otherwise lack- uster game. The home learn tallied seven runs on only five hits, all singles, and amassed two tlwe- rtm innings against Siloam star- rer Joe Huss and reliever Bobby Leach. In the first inning, three Siloam errors, \yild.pitch, a passed ball, and a stolen base by Rick Kar.nbach produced three scores for "the locals without the boon of a base-hit. Fayelleville scored once in the third in a similar Fashion. " D u r i n g the threel-run fourth, Jackie Davis opened with a sharp single to left, and Larry Atha was nicked 'by' an erranl fastball. With one out, shortstop Bobby Stephens sliced a blopp single to right, scoring Davis. A misplay at the plate on an accurate throw from right spirited Alha home with - the second run. Stephens, who spec to third on the miscue, subs.e quently ambled home on a wil litch. For the victors, third aseman Mark PrengerAvasftie only player to slan two hits. Bobby Leach and Kevin Hos kins were the only Springers to irritate Brian Holt with singles. Both runners, however were erased by slickly execute; Fayetteville double plays. A quick Stephens-to Robin- Portei to-Karnbach alliance eliminate! Leach. Then a Ihird-to-firsl-lo Iloskins, whose bounding single ad bounced off the second base ag. Holt ' surrendered Siloam's one run in the second. It was nearned. Leach took first on n error, flew to second on a assed ball, and dented home n at wild throw. Despite rnal- eas-ance-m-the infield, the 16- rear-old Holt closed the inning y whiffing Charlie . King and ames.Barnett. .In similar fash- on. Holt, fanned'King, again in he seventh to seal Fayelle- ille-'s 21st victory in 27 encoun- ersn. Theret was a crowd of 40. Bettenhausen Out-Of-Control With flying arms and a straining safety harness keeping Mm in the seat, raceclriver Gary Bettenhausen rides it out during a crack-un in the U.S. Auto Club Championship dirt race nt Syracuse Fair- grounds Thursday. Betlen- liausen suffered broken bones. (AP Wirenhoto) For First Wimbledon Title Rosewai! Primed :hird maneuveur, " involving Prenger and Karnbach, slym'iec Sprint Cycling WARSAW (AP) - Gilbert Halton of El Monte, Calif, won the World Junior Sprint Cycling championship Friday night by · beating Giuseppe Saroni of Italy in both of (he two-heat H- na'.s. Men's Fast Pitch Softball John Ed Smith whacked a bases loaded single in the bottom of the seventh innin, to score J.D. Hash and Davit Beckham to climax a three rur rally that lifted the Washington County Observer to a 6-5 men' fast pitch Softball victory ove Kemp Associates played at Cit Park Friday ^evening. In th second game the City of Fay etteville dropped Auto Parts 17 Bob Petrino hit the first pile of the game offered by Dea Tisdale over the fence in figh center to give Kemp a 20 lea which increased to 4 0 behin Jim Carson's pitching. The 01 server rallied for three runs i the fourth and three in the fifth to fie the score.. . . . . Bill Brunner in relief of Tisdale was the winner. Charlie Smith, Greg.Snowdcn and Odi« Hash all had two. hits, .'or .the Observer while Gene'Anderson had two hits for Kemp. League games, the Detroit Tigers took a doubleheader from ' the Chicago White- Sox, 9 : 6 and 7-4; the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Minnesota Twins 5-3 in the first game of a doubleheader before losing the second 6-4; the Oakland A's Iripped the Baltimore' 'Of ible's 6-t'*-a'rif !7 the'' yv ' ' California...Angels downed, the Cleveland Indians. 7-2., Kansas Junior Golf Winners At FCC Told Mrs. Lee Kirby,- president of he Fayetteville Country Club lunior Golf Association, has anounced winners for the first period of summer play. In all, 40 young people are enrolled n the progr-am's 14 flights. Winners in the 28 hole cham- )ionship .flight were Bobby 3avjs, Read Hudson and Chuck 'e'arcei In the A flight, Mike Taylor, Stuart Rosso and Hal Douglas prevailed. Winers in the 9-hole hoys division were .Robbie Kennedy, Kevin Renner and Mark Day Ricky Rosso, David Lynch and Larry Starr in the B flight;, and Greg McKenzie, Rawleigh Rails, Greg Jones, David Mix, Jeff Cole, Tim. Taylor, Travis Tfumbo and Robert Wilte in the C flight. In ' girls City and Boston j "were rained out. Tigers a-7, While Sox 6-4 Jim Northrup hit his sixth home run this week and Joe Coleman won for the first' time since May 15 as Detroit beat Chicago' in the first game of their doubleheader. Norm.-Cash and Gates Brown each belted two-run homers and Ed Brinkmah drove in two runs with, a homer and single; leading the Tigers to theii\sec- ond-game victory.- Brewers 5-4, Twins 3-6 Powered by home r^na i b'y- Dcron Johnson and Jonri Vii- kovich and aided by a double error by Minnesota third baseman Steve Braun, Milwaukee beat the Twins in their first game of the day. Larry Hisle belted his 12th home run and three singles eading Minnesota over Mil waukee in the second 'game. A's 6, Orioles 0 Reggie Jackson and Bill Vorth each hit two-run homers to power Jim "Catfish"_H,un^er. and The 9-hole play, Gail Javis, Karen flosso and Becky Segers won in the A flight; 7heri Lee, Donna Stewart and felen Hudson in the B flight; and Ann Clower, Susan Pearce and Caren' Talbot in the C flight. Timothy Owen, Scott Christy and Bonner Fuienwider won in the A flight of 8-hole boys play, while Robbie Armstrong, Jonathan Gross »nd Andy Clark won in the B flight. In the six-hole girls division, Judy Gyles, .Donna Tuller and Carolyn Trumho won in the A flight. Lisa Gibson, Gigi Tuller and Melissa Melton came out on lop in the B,flight. Winners in the four-hole girls division were Kaly Day, Sarah Horn and Shery'l Sandlin. straight for Oakland and put Lhe A's five games ahead of : the Kansas City Royals in the American League West. Indians 7, Angels Z George Hendrick blasted a Tiammoth- two-run homer " fol 1 lowing a two-out error in the seventh inning for the first hit off Nolan' Ryan and Cleveland went on to victory over Califor- ia. Hendrick also sirrgled in a run ip. Cleveland's five-run Oakland victory over was Baltimore, the fifth ninth inning climbed Ho a the with Idian.s Boston for first place in .the American League's East Division. First Round Lead GRAND ISLAND, N.Y. -Murle Breef carried a birdie, a hole-in one and a birdie, in succession, en route to a three-under-par 70 and the first-round lead in the LPGA Niagra Frontier. Golf Classic, Eckwood Suffers Back Injury LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Jerry Eckwood, the highly-sought Brinkley, High School running back, remains in a Little Rock hospital from an injury received while playing touch football. '·' ' ' Eckwpod entered St. Vincent Infirmary Monday to. have a back ailment, checked. He still was" being herd Friday for close observation. : A hospital 'official said a statement would be released early next week 'regarding Eckwood's condition, ..'-. Eckwood had stated earlier he had a strained muscle in hi; lower back. He has signed n letter o( intent with the University of "Arkansas. . The Los Angeles Dodgers are t having things their own way from A to Z . . . from Walter I Alston,. .. the i dean of major e league managers, to their latest headliner,". rookie pitcher Geoff Zahn,~- .... :,..:. Alston pointed Zahn toward ^he ..mound for his first start of tfie season in the second game of a cioubleheader. in. Montreal Friday night and the 27-year- old left-hander pitched seven brilliant innings, allowing only one hit before Mike Marshall came on to preserve the Dodgers' 7-0 triumph. The Expos Sneed Leads N In Milwaukee MILWAUKEE (AP) -- "It's a good feeling to be leading by four strokes." Ed Sneed said after three rounds of the S130,- 000 Milwaukee Open Golf Tournament. But Sneed. the pacesetter all the way and now enjoying one 01 the largest 54"hole leads of the- season on the pro tour, is not without a challenger going into today's last 18 holes in the 'chase for a-$26,000' first prize. "I have a number in mind, said dangerous Dave Hill, referring to his target score for the last round. "The number is 65." "" . Sneed, who has led ever since Wednesday's opening round, clipped one more shot off par. with a scrambling 71 Friday and put together a 54-hole total of 204, 14 under par on the 7,010-yard Tuckaway Country Club course. Hill, who played the. par five holes three under despite some crrat'i'! driving -and uncertain putting, had a 68 and was lie for second at 208 with big Bob Zender. Zender had a 69 in the almost ideal playing 'conditions, mild, sunny weather with just the hint of a breeze. Snccd's four-stroke advantage has ' been bettered only twice TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Salct and Service New Uwil AnttnnM Color · Btock * WhiU ·OAfHrt » T«wtr» 9 n* Vctfmtttt 751-7927 ' TJl-M* 7II-UST ook the opener 11-G. Elsewhere, in the National jcague, the St. Louis Cardinals dged the stumbling Cincinnati leds 3-2, the Philadelphia ""billies flattened the San Diego 3 adi'es 8-1, the Houston Astros vhipped the .Pittsburgh Pirates -1, the Chicago Cubs took a )air Irom the Atlanta Braves 4- and 3-2 and the New York Wets ripped the San Francisco Slants 3-2. Phillies 8, Padres 1 Del Unser tripled in two runs and Bob Boone hit a three-run corner in the Phils' five-run lill By Four Open Tourney iis year. Grier Jones' blazing 66 roiight him from out of the ack to fourth alone at 209. It was another two strokes lack to the group -at 211, seven lots off 'the pace. At that fig- re were Tpmmy Aaron, Lee 'revino, Hubert Green, Larry anudo. Aaron, alone in second after wo rounds, blew to a 75. Green nd Hinson had third-round 69s mith. 70, Trevino 71 and Sa udo 73. d Snccd 66-67-71--204 ave Hill 73-67-68--208 )ob Zender 69-70-69--208 rier Jones. 72-71--66--209 esar Sanudo 70-68-73--211 'ommy Aaron 68-68-75--211 ob Smith 73-68-70--211 .arry Hinson 70-72 L 69-- 21 ubert Green 72-70-63--21 Jhuck Courtney 71-69-72--212 am Snwd 71-71-70-- 2i2 urtis Sifford 68-72-72--212 5V4* 5 3 /4% 6Y2% 6V*% --. JVa.% Vie have a savings program and interest rate to meet jreur needs, Fayetteville Savings Loon Association 201 N. East Avenue irsl inning. That was niore .ban enough for Steve Carlton, vho snapped a personal three- Same losing streak with a six litter. · Astros 7, Pirates 1 Ex-Pirate Milt May drove in hree runs with three hits and jarry Dierkcr fired a four-niter. May contributed an RBI single to a three-run surge in he first inning against Dock Sllis, singled for a run in the third and doubled across anoth 1 er in the seventh . Cubs 4-3, Braves 1-2 Andre Thornton hit a Icadoff lomer in the bottom of the ninth to win the nightcap after he Cubs took the opener on the ive-hit pitching of Bill Bonham and Don Kessinger's two-run Thornton jumped on reliever Max Leon's first pitch in the ninth and powered it into the left field seats. Mcls 3, Gianls 2 ' Dave Sehneck, who hadn't driven in a run since May 21, telivered a pair of run-scoring singles .in s'upport of Jerry Koosman's six-hit pitching. Sehneck drove in an unearnej run with a second-inning single off loser Jim Barr and singlet home the Mets' second run in the fourth. Ted Martinez followed with an RBI double for what proved to be the winning run. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! COMPLETE LINE Of BUILDING MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS at DISCOUNT PRICES B A N K A M E H I C A H D - MASTER CHARGE WELCOME DELIVERY SERVICE ALSO NEW HOMES AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS {TTTT^KELUEY fW / BROTHERS jj[ L \ LUMBER 2401 NORTH GREGG ON West Towmh ip North Gregg Phone! 442-2351 GA whipped Brand Rex of loam Springs 24-6 in · the pener, Hunlsville oulslugged cllroy Bank 13-9 in the middls ntest and First' Federal nocked Dennis Home Furnish- gs out of the double-eiimi- ation tournament in the final ame, 23-1. llicky Allred was the winning litchcr for IGA and 'Robin Dunn ic loser for Brand- Rex. )arrell Strange doubled . and avid Murphy, Kyle Adams id Alh'cd singled for IGA. For le losers, Doug Seamons and )unn doubled and David Broo- ccr singled. Charles Ferguson was the ser for Mcllroy Bank in the econd game. Hitting singles for ic bankers were. Mike Dillard, :ark Counts, Steve Coker, Max 'hoiniis and Mike Sadnavilch. line Ledbelter doubled for untsville. In the third game, Randy rake got the decision over Hike,Curlsingcr. Drake helped limself .with a double, and cammales Terry Fraley, We.i amb, Tim Clark, Billy Ammons and Mitchell Wright each ngled. For Dennis Hom9 urnishings, Mark Worsham oubled and Drew Phillips and like Taylor singled. WE PAY TOP MONEY For J U N K BATTERIES Our 20th Year in Fayefteyille. 442-9567 605 South School Hi way 71 South VAUGHN BATTERY

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