Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 7, 1974 · Page 18
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, July 7, 1974
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4C · NorthweM Arkonsai TIMES, Sunday, July 7, 1974 FAVETTCVILLE, ARKANSAS While River looked like this In mid-June with the aid of some heavy spring rains. The water was up and rolling which created a floating paradise. However, the recent dry White River spell has lowered tlie water level to below floating capacity. The fishing is still good, however, for those willing (o wade a little and fish with ultra-light tackle. (TIMESpholo Royals Bomb Slumping Red Sox By 5-3 BOSTON (AP) -- The Kansas City Royals betted Boslon starter Rick Wise for 10 hits in less Lhan Five innings and went on Lo a 5-3 victory over tlie slumping Red Sox Saturday in a na- t i o n a 11 y televised baseball game. Amos Otis, Hal McRae, Tony Solatia and Fran Healy had two hits apiece in helping the.Roy- als to their fifth victory in the lasl seven games. Nelson Briles, matiing his second start since returning to action from knee surgery, sur rendered seven hits, including home runs by Rico Pelrocell and Cecil Cooper, and coHecler his first victory of Ihe year with help from Al Fitzmorris in the sixth. Boslon has lost four in a row and eight of its last 11 sliirts. The Royals went in front ti stay with a run in the fourth 61 singles by Healy, Fred Patek and Cookie Rojas and made i 5-3 in the f i f t h when McRae doubled and scored on a singli by Solaila off reliever Reggi Cleveland. Stone Still Suffering From Jinx Frisco Edges NY Mets NEW YORK (AP) -- Gary Matthews' two : run homer and Randy Moffilt's strong relief -niching led the San Francisco 3ianls to a 5-2 victory over the New York Mets Saturday. New York starler George Stone. 2-7, took a 1-0 lead into the fifth inning but was nicked "or two runs on doubles by Sieve Onliveros and John Boc- cabclla and a single by Tilo Fucnles. Stone, who tins dropped nine decisions in a row to the Giants since last beating them four years ago, was relieved by Tug McGraw after Garry Maddox opened the sixlh inning with a single. One out later, Matthews hit his ninth home run of the season for a 4-1 lead. San Francisco slarler John D'Acquisto, 7-7, gave up a run" in the second on one of his six walks, John Milner's double and Jerry Grole's single. The Mets scored a'gain in the sixth on Ron Hodges' single and Dave Schneck's double. Moffitl came on after Ed Kranepool opened the Mets' seventh with a pinch single and blanked the Mets on one hit the rest of the way. The Giants added a run in the eighth when Bob Miller walked Bruce Miller with the bases loaded. in i |; .: ; iii Pee Wee Games Ne.w Team Formed A newly formed baseball team in Johnson, composed of boys and girls from grades one through six and coached by Buddy Curry, defeated a team made up of Johnson parents 10-9 Saturday night. The team is currently looking for other opponents. Those interested may call G. A. Hendrix at 443-5939. Rebel League Purvis Eason Company Lewis Brothers Scquoyali Kiwanis J.C. Penney Noon Lions SH Green Stamps Yankee League First Federal Hardne's Medical Arts Moore's Chapel Loris Stanton Exchange Club Northwest. Candy Puzzle On Page SB Solution for Sunday Crossword Puzde No. published today. , . ". Four Games Highlight Friday Little League . Four games wers played In the Little League here Friday night. Greer Abstract edged Warner Cable 6-5 in the first contest, wi*h Trey Rutledge getting the win over Scott Thibodeaux. Jerry Shackleford decisioned Jim Bob Brltlon in the second game as Holsum Bread beat McDonald's 4-2. Hitting doubles were Aaron Clark and Barry Rogers for Holsum and Mike Gayer and Stacy Liddell for McDonald's. The final two games were laughers. Mcllroy Bank topped Lewis Ford 21-5 in one and Campbell-Bell dropped B'ayette ville Plumbing 15-5 in the other. Winning pitcher Joey Smith doubled and tripled for Mcllroy, and teammate Kevin Evans doubled. Steven Baggett took the loss for Lewis Ford. Greg Jones was the winning hurler for Campbell-Bell, while Kacy Lynch and John Speranza worked for Fayetteville Plumb ing. For the w i n n e r s ; Darren Farrish smacked f homer and a double. .In Pee Wee League play L e w i s Brothers defeatec Sequoyah Kiwanis 6-4, J.C Penney nipped Noon Lions 6-5 and Purvis beat Eason Company 8-4. Darin Strange and Keani Fedosky pitched for Lewis Brothers, while Lee Huston ant David Market toiled t o Sequoyah. Strange also had: a triple in the game. . Frederick Faust and Michae Porkers Sign Baker The University of Arkansa: has announced the signing o Stephen Baker of Nottingham Eng.. to a track scholarship. Baker has run the mile in 4:11, the three-mile in 1 minutes, the 880 in 1:54 am t h e steeplechase Capprox: mately 3000 meters) in 8:55. He is expected to run on th UA cross country team this fa! as a freshman. drews shared the pitching for C. Penney, while loser Greg oore went all the way for the ons. Hitting triples were aust and the Lions' Robbie wis and Gary Harris. Allen cCarty had a double for the :ers. In the final game, Jay Foster Purvis outdueled Eason of impany's Navin Kilambi. HEAVY DUTY MUFFLER INSTALLED · Lifetime Guarantee - DUALS Adding One Side Including One Muffler ....... Both Sides Including Both Mufflers OPEN DAILY 9-10; SUNDAY CLOSED For all American made plekupt and can except torn* EKen- do* and Toronadot. SEEBURG MUFFLER Highway 71 North, North of City Llmill. Springdale, Arkaniat JCPenney 25% off Premium drum brake overhaul ' Reg. 66.88. Sale 50.16., We W JH install new JCPenney Step-ActionTM linings'/rebuild wheel cylinders, resurface drums, repack front wheel bearings, instalt new grease seals, refill hydraulic system and road test. Premium disc brake overhaul special. 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