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Professional Baseball By The Associated Press American League East W I, Pet. Cleveland 45 35 .563 Boston Baltimore Detroit Milwaukee New York 44 43 43 40 38 West 46 37 41 39 40 .543 .538 .524 .494 .469 Oakland 46 37 .554 Kansas City 41 39 .513 Chicago 40 40 .500 Texas 42 42 .500 Minnesota 36 47 .434 ·California 32 53 .376 Saturday's Games Kansas City 5, Boston 3 Chicago 9, Detroit 8 Milwaukee 3, Minnesota Baltimore 3, Oakland 0 New York 9, Texas 3 Cleveland 1, California 0 Sunday's Games Kansas City 11-3, Boston 9-5, 1st game 10 innings Chicago 3, Detroit 1 Milwaukee 8-3, Minnesota 5-5, 2nd game II innings Baltimore 4, Oakland 1 Cleveland 6, California 2 Texas 3,.New York 2 Monday's Games Kansas City (Busby 10-8) at Boston (Drago 5-4), N . Chicago (Kaat 9-0) at Milwaukee (Sprague 6-1), N Detroit (Fryman 3-4) at Minnesota (Blyleven 7-10), N New York (Pagan 0-1 or Tidrow 6-8) at Texas (Jenkins 10-9), N -, Baltimore (Alexander 4-4) at California (Hassler 1-3), N Cleveland (G. Perry 15-1) at Oakland (Abbott 2-1), N National League East W I, Pet. GB St. Louis 43 38 .531 -Philadelphia 42 40 .512 VA Montreal 39 40 .494 3 Pittsburgh 36 43 .456 6 Chicago 36 44 .450 6'/j New York ' 35 46 .432 8 West Los Angeles 58 27 .682 -Cincinnati 47 36 .566 10 Atlanta 44 41 .518 14 Houston 43 41 .512 14 % San Fran 37 48 .435 21 San Diego 36 52 .409 23% Saturday's Games Atlanta 3, Chicago 2, 10 innings San Francisco 5, New York 2 St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 1 Philadelphia 6, San Diego 2 Montreal 6, Los Angeles 1 Houston 1, Pittsburgh 0 Sunday's Games Cincinnati 2-11, St. Louis 1-2 Los Angeles 4-5, Montreal 1-3 Philadelphia 9, San Diego 3 New York 6. San Francisco 0 Chicago 4, Atlanta 3 Pittsburgh 6, Houston 4, 10 in- Pickoff Try Misses Scott Hammonds of the Kelley Brothers Little League (cam slides safely back into third base to foil an attempted pickoff play by Coca Cola. The third baseman for Coke Is Danny Peterson. (TIMES- photo by Ken Good) Eaglin Becomes First To Cross Picket Line nings Monday's Games Atlanta (Heed 5-4) at Pittsburgh CReuss 8-5), N San Francisco (Halicki 0-0) at Montreal (Rogers 10-8), N San Diego (Freisleben 6-3) at New York (Parker 2-7), N Los Angeles (Messersmith 82) at Philadelphia (Schueler 410), N St. Louis (McGlothen 12-3) at .- Houston (Griffin 9-3), N Only games scheduled By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "Look, I don't even want a rookie to get a head start on me," said Larry Eaglin, first member of the National Football League Players Association to cross his union's picket line. Eaglin, a second-year corner- back, defied the NFLPA and joined some 100 rookies and free agents in the Houston Oil- ers' first workout on Sunday. "It was one of the hardest decisions I've ever had lo make," he said. "I love football," added Eaglin. who wasn't scheduled to report until July 14 with other veterans of the team that has had the NFL's worst record the past two seasons. "It's my profession and I feel I've got an obligation to myself and my familv first. People ask who will a strike hurt first, the owners or the players association. I don't think the owners will suffer because many of them are millionaires--and really, I don't think it will hurt the players association, either.". The strike of,NFL veterans went into its second week today with picket lines up at four training camp sites and the chief negotiator for the 26 club owners saying he is ready to sii down at the bargaining table again with the players associ alion. John Thompson, executive di rector of tVie NFL Managemen' Council, the owners' bargaining unit, said no sessions are cur rently scheduled, but a cal niinnniniiioiiiiinmnninienniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiio League Leaders National League BATTING (190 at bats)-Garr, Atl, .362; R.Smi'lh, StL, .341. RUNS-Wynn, LA, 58; Bonds, BATTED IN--Cedeno, SF, 57. RUNS Htn, 69; Garvey, LA,'64. HITS -- Garr, Atl, 127; D.Cash, Phi, 107; Garvey, LA, 107. DOUBLES--Cardenal, Chi, 21; Stargell, Pgh, 21; Stennett, Pgh, 20; R.Smith, StL, 20; Garvey, LA, 20; Maddox, SF, 20. TRIPLES -- Garr, Atl, 10; D.Cash, Phi, 6; A.Oliver, Pgh, 6; Geronimo, Cin, 6; Bonds, SF, 6. HOME RUNS--Cedeno, 19; iWynn, Phi, 18. Htn, LA, 19; Schmidt, from federal mediators "couli come at any lime." FIRST ONE Although several veterans-among them center Jim Lang er, tight end Jim Mandich an linebacker Bob Matheson of th world champion Miami Do phins and linebacker Mike Cur tis of the Baltimore Colts--hav said they will report to trainin camp, the 6-foot-3 Eaglin he came the first experience player to actually cross th picket line in this strike. In New York, Thompson tol The Associated Press a state ment Sunday from Bill Curry president of the NFLPA, tha he union would negotiate th so-called "freedom issues" is 'good sign." Curry, at the Oiler camp _ Huntsville, Tex., insisted, how ?ver, that his statement con ;ained nothing new. Curry, claimed the owner wouldn't discuss the freedom ssues but Thompson saic ' W e' re willing to talli changes." The NFLPA went on strik :ast Monday with the battle cr STOLEN BASES--Brock, StL, 50; Morgan, Cin, 37. PITCHING (7 Decisions) John, LA, 13-2, .867, 2.35 McGlothen, StL, 12-3, .800, 2.42. STRIKEOUTS -- Colton, Phi, 118; Seaver NY, 117 . The Freedom, No union has 63 Football, demand; mong them the freedom issues hich call for elimination of le reserve and option clauses, aiver system 'and the so- ailed Rozelle rule, which al- ws Commissioner Pete Roelle to order compensation for club when one of its athletes [ays out his option and signs ith another team. TlHRD DOLPHIN Matheson became the third iclphin veteran to announce he 'ould defy the NFLPA pickets. Saying, on Sunday, "I just on't agree with the issues." He said he didn't "want to ound pro management or any- ling else, it's just the way I eel and I'm the guy who has to nake the decision." There was another weekend efector from the NFLPA, but whether he t wasn't clear ·ould cross the picket lines. eteran tackle'Ralph Neely of le Dallas Cowboys disclosed e had resigned from the union. "It's a personal thing," said he 30-year-old veteran, who ecently signed a long-term .ontract. "It doesn't have anything to do with the strike or currenl negotiations. I just : never liked unions and so, under those cii cumstances, I just decided I should quit. I felt I had the reedom of choice to do so. I didn't want any publicity on :his and this is all I'm going to 3 5 ' UNEXPECTED HELP The NFLPA got some unexpected assistance. Sunday as picketing spread to the divided Dolphin training camp. A score of players and a 75- year-old retired union man were among pickets at the Dolphins' camp at Miami's subur ban Biscayne College. "I'm an old-time union man and have been one since the days when- it wasn't fashion able," said Dave Lipner, a re tired electrician who joined the Mia'.ni picket line, flanked by running back Ed Podolak of the Kansas City Chiefs and Miami linebacker Doug Swift. "Hell, we struck for big things in my day but here we're talking about slavery, hu man bondage and inhumane conditions," said the septuagenarian. Picketing started Wednesday at the San Diego Chargers' camp. The Houston Oilers and Dallas camps were added Sat urday. Next in line are the New Yorit Jets, Green Bay Packers and Philadelphia Eagles, who ope.i their training sites Tuesday. ALL-STARS GATHER At Evanslon, 111., the College All-Stars began assembling for their July 26 game with the Dolphins. All-Star Coach John McKay of Southern Californ said he would start practice t day and all sessions would b closed. McKay met with NFLPA re resentatives and said he lo them "we had to have o practices. If the strike is se tied one week before the gam the Dolphins know each otto and could get ready in sev days. We couldn't because,\ don't know one another." ; There was no picketing Evanston Sunday. Bui Al Page of the Minnesota Vikin said: "We're here to inform t All-Stars. We want to let the know what's going on. They' in the dark. "They have as much to ca (from the strike) if not mo than anybody else. They'll the stars of tomorrow in 't league and they stand to ben fit most from our efforts." Chcmey Hits Grand Slam Homer Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Monday, July 8, 1974 FAYETTEVII-LE, ARKANSAS _^_ Sweep CINCINNATI (AP) -- It was i unaccustomed role for Dar- tll Chaney. Dizzying and dc- ghlful. "I never felt the ball hit the it like that," exulted the light- itting Cincinnati Reds short- ,op'Sunday 'after his first ca- eer'grarid slam home run. tlie - blast only the fourth omer of his ''403-gamc career, repelled the Reds to a badly ceded sweep of a double- eader against the St. Louis ardinals. The Reds rode the brilliant ebut of rookie pitcher Tom Carroll and Cesar Geronimo's e-breaking solo homer to a 2-1 ictory in the opener and rupted for a 11-2 triumph in he nightcap. "It feels great.to help the ~lub For a change," said Chany, a little-used-defensive spe- ialist. He began the day with a 184 batting average. As he headed toward firs ase, he let out a whoop when ie realized the ball was- out of he park. "I almost 'missed first base vhen I jumped," he said, vasn't trying to be cocky, vas just so happy:" Th ehit was the only one the Seds got in the · first five in nings, but the · error-plaguec Cards trailed 5-0. The twin killing snapped a dangerous skid for the Reds who.remain 10.games behind in he; s Natipnal "League Wester Division, :; Cincinnati had lost six of it last seven games prior to th sweep. "That part's over," said Red manager George "Sparky" An derson; hopeful the defendin champions'are on the rebound. The Cards took a 1-0 lead i the opener on Ted Simmons llth homer, one of only two hit allowed by Carroll during hi seven-inning stint. .; Geronirnp,'. who played wit ftn : -'in3i;\ : ed,;thumb which ha kept 'liihv" out of the linei recently, tied it with a douh that scored Dan Driessen, wh singled and stole second. Geronimo's seventh - innin solo shot triggered the start a nightmarish afternoon for th Cards, who saw their Eastei Division lead shrink to 1 games over Philadelphia. In the second game, four Ca dinal pitchers walked nine, h one batter, uncorked 'a wi pilch and committed six error Then, to add to their woes, the i--an eighth inning bunt. "I just hope there's a 1,000 ore." said Bench, who broke to the majors at 19 with a ouble off Philadelphia's Chris lort in 1907. The opener saw Johnny Bench record his 1,000 career nor league teammate Wil! learn, plane had mechanical "-" "---· ··- problems which stalled departure. The 21-year-old Carroll was elated w.ith his first major league victory. His former mi- McEnany finished up. "I expected that they'd really: kill the fast ball," said Carroll, "but I found out if you get it m the right place they won t^nit ;j ,, . . Take a good friend for a Sunday drive. There's no friend like a good £ · -* n m mend. The smoothest Kentucky Bourbon you'll ever knov SBAIGKI EOUBEOS YiHISXLY · 86 PSOOF · © 1974 Old CHASTtR OtST. CO, lOUISVItU. a. American League BATTING (190 at bats)-Carew, Min, .384; Hargrove, Tex, .347. RUNS -- D. Allen, Chi, 53; C a m p a n e r i s , Oak, 53; Ystrzmski, Bsn, 49; Harrah, Tex, 49. RUNS BATTED IN--Burroughs, Tex, 69; D.Allen, Chi, 58. H I T S-Carew, Min, 122; Rudi, Oak, 98. DOUBLES--Rudi, Oak, 23; Briggs, Mil, 20; Burroughs, Tex, 20. TRIPLES--Rivers, Cal, 7; Otis, KC, 7; Hisle, Min, 6; Campaneris, Oak, 6. HOME RUNS--D.Allen, Chi, 21; Hcndrick, Cle. 16; Mayberry, KC, 16; R,Jackson, Oak, 16. STOLEN BASES -- North Oak, 34; Campaneris, Oak, 23. PITCHING (7 Decisions)-- G.Perry, Cle, 15-1, .938, 1.31 Sprague. Mil, 6-1, .857, 2.09. STRIKEOUTS--N. Dyan, Cal, 181; M.Lolich Del, 119. West Fork Pulls Big American Legion Upset Sorry About that In a story which appeared In the TIMES Saturday, listing the junior golf winners for. the first summer section at Fayetteville Country Cluh, the names ot the four-hole boys winners were inadvertently omitted. The winners were Dave Harrison, Andy ' Clark and Andy Market. HARRISON-- .West Fork's American Legion team surprised Harrison's entry in the Northwest Arkansas Legion Conference 6-4 here Sunday, afternoon. It was an upset win for West Fork over Harrison, currently lodged in second place in the league standings. Dennis Selbe scattered four singles while, striking out five and walking two en route to the victory. Rick Bishop was charged with the loss for Harrison. He was touched for five runs and nine hits. West Fork scored first when Duane Dunkle sirrgled in the third inning, and then stole second. A bunt single by Ronnie Bradley and an error allowed the first run to score. Harrison then jumped ahead 2-1 in the bottom of the third and widened the margin to 4-1 with two unearned runs in the fifth. The visitors regained the lead in the sixth when Mickey Palmer singled, Selbe walked and Dunkle singled to load the bases. Bradley then delivered a crucial double that sent in three runs and tied the score 4-4. Bradley then scampered home on Rick Ledbetter's smash that popped into centerfield. West Fork added an insurance run in the seventh when Save King singled, stole second and scored on a Harrison error. The victory pushed West Fork :o 6-11 on the season. Travelers Ease Past Aces 3-2 LITTLE .ROCK (AP) -- Harry Rasmussen allowed only eight hits and too unearned runs as the Arkansas Travelers took a 3-2 Texas League victory over the Alexandria Aces here Sunday. Rasmussen is now 9-4 for the season. Tony Auferio, who came into the game as a .202 hitter, blasted two triples to pace the Travelers to the 10-inning victory. Auferio's first triple came in the fourth inning and drove in two Arkansas runs, tying the score 2-2. Auferio then led oft the I0th with his second triple. Doug Capilla ran for him and scored the winning run when first baseman Mike Ivie failed to cover first on Larry Herndon's bouncer to Ihe mound. everybody happy? 5 1 A% inferes^ on a regular passbook account. 5 3 A% interest on a.90-day Pass- bqipjc-Accotijit, A minimum balance of $1,000 wilh a 1-year Certificate of Deposit", will pay 6V2% Interest. 6%% interest on a 30-month Certificate of Deposit with a minimum deposit of $1,000. and 7Vi% interest on a 4-year Certificate of Deposit with a balance of $1,000. Who, but a true friend, would work so hard to make you money. Fayetteville Savings and Loan is just that. They have a deep interest in what you do with your ' money and fry to give you the most for your money. When you're happy, the folks at Fayetteville Savings and Loan are happy. FSL A Partner in Life FAYETTEVILLE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 20) NORTH EAST AVENUE, FAYETTEVILLE penally rcjuijL*d wilbwrlyuiljidrawjloi Cef|i/iu]E:}0jPej]iMl,

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