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14 Northwest ArVansas TIMES, Thurs., July 11. 1974 FAYETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS Visiting Fenway Park Catcher Carlton Fisk, a full- way Park Wednesday for Hie ilerwent surgery tor torn carl- Iciigth cast on his lell leg, first time since his injury in ilage in his knee. (AP Wire- visits She Bostou Red Sox Cleveland June 28. Fisk un- .photo) locker room v at Boston's Fen- ' ^^^^ Phils Defeat Los Angeles Dodgers Despite Appearance Of Relief Ace Everybody makes mistakes-- ·ven Mike Marshall. The seemingly perfect relief pitcher of the Los Angeles Dodgers showed Wednesday night that he's o'nly human while losing a 5-4 decision to the Philadelphia Phillies. Marshall, who has been dazzling in the clutch this season, gave up the winning run on Dave Cash's single in the ninth inning--the first time he's lost in more than a month. He had won 11 games in 14 decisions and posted 13 saves. In his last 18 appearances, Marshall had allowed just 10 earned r u n s in 37.2 innings. In other National. League games, the San Diego Padres trimmed the New York Mets 81; the Chicago Cubs blasted the Cincinnati Reds 11-3; the At- lanta Braves hammered the Pittsburgh Pirates 10-5; the San Francisco Giants turned back the Montreal Expos 4-3 and the Houston Astros nudged the St. Louis Cardinals 3-2. PADRES 8, METS 1 Dave Winfield socked two home runs and Willie McCovey stroked a kwp-run single, leading Bill Greif and San Diego over New York. Greif, 4-11, checked the Mets on seven hits, striking out five batters and walking three. He gave up a fifth-inning run. CUBS 11, REDS 3 Chicago struck for three runs in the second inning and Andre Thornton slugged a three-run homer in a sixth-run eighth that carried the Cubs past Cincinnati. The Cubs added single runs in the fifth' and in the sixth BRAVES 10, PIRATES 5 Two-run homers · by Du Baker and Dave Johnson keyei a IS-hit attack that carried At lanta over Pittsburgh. The Braves chased lose Dock Ellis, 3-8, with three run in the first inning in a rail; capped by Baker's blast. GIANTS -I, EXPOS 2 Dave Kingman's run-scoring single capped a three-run rally in the third inning and San Francisco went on to beat Montreal behind Jim Barr's ten-hitter. Barr, 5-5, started Ihe winning rally with a walk and moved to second on a single by Mike Phillips. He scored when Steve Renko'fielded a bunt and threw the ball into the dirt at third in an attempt to get Barr. For College Club Holt Triumphs Again Williams Still Waiting For Angels To Win By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The .California Angels will not lose today. That's not a prediction. Just a little present from the schedule maker. The Angels have an off day today, which should not be confused with off days,' which they've been having most of the season. "Maybe a day off will help," said beleagured California Manager Dick , Williams. "I know it-can't hurt us." The Baltimore Orioles hurt the Angels Wednesday night, blasting them 9-1. It was the Angels' llth straight loss, preserving thetir O-for-10 July slump. Ten of those losses have ome under the command of Villiams, who.was lured back nto baseball by a dollar sign and a lot of-zeroes.-The dollar ign hasn't rubbed off on his layers yet, Just, the zeroes. Elsewhere in the American jeague, the Boston Red Sox ripped the Texas Rangers 3-1; h e Milwaukee B r e w e r s dropped'the Chicago White Sox 6i: the : Minnesota Twins pounded the-Detroit Tigers U-6, and the New York Yankees vhipped the Kansas City Royals 9-4. · BREWERS 6, WHITE SOX 1 Billy 'Champion" pitched no-hit Dal! for 5 1-3 innings and settled for .a'four-bitten '. The Brewers, who had bealen Chicago with last-inning home runs the two previous nights, scored enough 'to win with two runs in the second inning with Don Money's/ RBI single capping the rally. YANKEES. 9, ROYALS 4 The first half of the game belonged to Marty .Pattin. -The second half of the game he- longed to Bobby Murcer. For posterity, the game belongs to New York. The Yankees, retired in order through the first five innings by Pattin, picked up a pair of two- run homers from Murcer.and a two-run shot by Thurman Munson to beat Kansas City. RED SOX 3, RANGERS 1 Bob Montgomery helped with his bat and loot and Reggie Cleveland, 7-S, tossed a six-hitter. On a 2-2 nitch with two out in the fifth,' Montgomery took off for second and Dwight Evans, on third, broke for the plate as Rick Burleson checked ' his swing. Catcher Duke Sims' throw was high and to'the left of second. Cesar Tovar made a. leaping catch and had no play as Evans scored and Montgomery took second, on the double Bases Loaded Opportunity Fizzles Astros Dump Cards Again HOUSTON (AP) - Mike Cosgrove says he doesn't mind pressure situations. The young Houston Astros reliever won his fifth straight game Wednesday night as the Astros edged the St. Louis Cardinals 3-2. It was a pressure situation when he arrived on the mound in the seventh inning but he was equal to the occasion. The score was tied 2-2, the bases were loaded, only one.put and pesky Lou Brock w a s ' a t bat. Cbsgrove made Brock hit into an inning-ending double play, the- fifth of the .night pulled off by the Astros. The Astros then picked up a run in the bottom of the inning and Cosgrove made it stand up for the victory. "I don't mind coming in in pressure situations," Cosgrove, 23, said. "I'd ratber be'a starter but being a reliefer is a bigger challenge." Cosgrove said he had never faced Brock in person until he faced him in the seventh. "The only place I'd seen him .was on television," he said. The Cardinals took a 2-0 lead with runs off Houston starting pitcher Larry Dierker in the first and second innings. Bake McBride singled one home in the first and Jimmy Dwyer led off the second with his second home, run of the. season. Houston tied the score in the second inning on a ' r u n scoring double by Doug Rader and a force-out grounder by Dierker. Singles in the seventh inning by Greg Gross and 'Roger Metzger produced the winning run for Houston. Gross singled and stole second and scored on Metzger's hit up the middle. The victory was the 10th in the last 13 games for the Astros and Manager Preston Gomez said the most encouraging fac- tor in the past few games has seen the Astros ability to score runs after two outs. We need more key hits like that to win our share of ball games," he said. Contract Offer BOSTON (AP) - Center Gregg Sheppard of the Boston Bruins has been offered a contract to jump the National Hockey League club to the New England Whalers of the.World Hockey Association, according to his attorney. By GRANT HALL TIMES Sports Editor BENTONVILLE -- Brian Holt gave up just two infield singles and one Texas Leaguer Wednesday night, pitching Fayetteville College Club to a 5-2 win over Bentonville. The victory gave College Club a 9-1 conference record and clinched at least a tie for the league championship. Holt, 7-1, walked three batters 'and struck out seven, including ,lhe last four of the garnet. He received good defensive sup- jxirt, as College' Club committed just one error. Bentonville southpaw David Bohnsack, on the .other hand, saw his teammates boot the hall seven times. Bohnsack struck out nine and allowed only five hits, but hurt himsell ·jvith seven .walks and four wild .pitches. - College Club scored twice in he first without benefit of a lit. Two errors and a walk oaded the bases for Bob Stephens, with one out. Stephens executed a suicide squeeze bunt, sacrificing himself to drive in Randy Porter. When "irst baseman Kenny Shook 'ailed to look home, Jackie Davis also scored. When Shook continued to hold the ball, Larry Atha tried to score.' Atha was finally tagged out in a rundown at third. If you're scoring at home, the double play went 5-3-2-5. FIRST HIT Davis got the first Fayetteville hit in the third, but was stranded. Bentonville's first hil came in the fourth, on a slow roller by Vincent West, Shortstop Stephens made a gallant try, but missed West by a stride. The hit seemed to unnerve Holt a bit -- the Fayettcville Eckwood To Have Treatment And Possible Back Surgery : St. LOUIS (AP) -- Jerry ^Eckwood of Brinkley, Ark., the .Standout running back who has ""signed to attend the University jof Arkansas this fall, entered -JJarnes Hospital here Wednes- .day for treatment of a slipped ^disc in his back. · A r k a n s a s Coach Frank ' -_Broyles said the treatment will take about two weeks. If it is -'not successful, surgery will be "required. - Broyles said Eckwood will "not be able to play football for the Razorbacks this fall. "He believes differently." Broyles said, "and I don't wan So discourage him, but it would take a miracle for him to be ready to play this season -and then it would be something like the last three or fou games." Eckwood said he *vas injures while playing touch football a Little Rock last month. However, Broyles said, "Thi doctors think it is somethinL that goes back farther than that. They say it's probaWy a old injury which didn't get rea ly noticeable to Jerry until re peated aggravations brough pressure on a nerve." Slow-Pitch Softball Men's slow pitch Softball action continued Wednesday evening at Asbell Field with three games on the schedule. In the first game Br'er Frans downed EPC 12-3. Jerry Cagle was the winning pitcher and Dean Tibbs the loser. Fran Garofolo had four RBIs and David Courtney three r u n s for the winners. Lazenby Real Estate bounced McDonald's 11-6. Tut Morrow was the winner and Ben Schlc- gel the loser. Dennis Ralcy had two r u n s and four RBIs for McDonald's while Ted Doak and Justin Daniels had two runs each for Lazcnby. Standard Register popped Dennis Home Furnishings 24-1 in the f i n a l contest. Roger Grant picked up the victor, while Wayne Prince was lagged with the loss. Henry Buchannar had six RBIs for Standard whili teammate Sam Cooper man "aged four runs. Lee, Siadler Are Eliminated TULSA -- Stan Lee of Hebe Springs, Ark., was eliminate rom the Trans-Mississipp Amateur Golf Tournament he first round of match pla Vednesday, losing one-up o the 10th hole to Mike Peck. Other favored players wh ost in the tournament at Ceda ttdge were Joey Dills, Gar Koch and U. S. Amature cham Craig Stadler. Dills, a Brigham Young gr e duate who now lives in Tulsa lost one-up on the 19lh hole Mark Bedillion, an Austin, Tex. native who is pledged to tl University of Texas. Koch lost 5-4 to Mike Huebi gcr. the Southwest Confercn champion from SMU. Stadl was victimized by his Southe C a l i f o r n i a roommate, Russell. Mark Pfcil of USC surviy. on the day of upsets, downii fJreg Myers of Fort Wort. Tex., 5-3. ght hander walked the next 0 batters on eight law piles. Six of the pitches were the dirt, but catcher Atha ocked all six to prevent any vance. Randy Thompson ated the first Bentonville run th a sacrifice fly to center. Lenn Chandler followed with 1 infield single, and when :ird baseman Mark Prenger t the ball get away, Alan ean scored from second base, ephens had retrieved the ball nd made a good throw to the ate, but Dean slid under the tentonville appeared to take 3-2 lead when Atha threw ildly trying to pick Chandler f first base, but the base mpire had called timeout. The entonville coach put up no rgument, because he'd seen hook lose his cap sliding into ird base. The umpire later aid it was Stephen. 5 ;' can he aw, but Stephens said he didn't sk for the timeout. When' Davis -led off the fifth ith a 335-foot home run to cen- r, it was Fayetteville that led 2. Davis' homer was his first, nd it meant that each College lub regular has now hit at ·ast one. INSURANCE 'RUNS Fayetteville added another un in the fifth when Rick arnbach reached on a fielder's hoicc. stole second, took third n an error and scored on a , . stead. The run broke a scoreless deadlock. TWINS 11, TIGERS 6 Rod Carew's run-scoring double ignited a five-run eighth inning and Minnesota beat Detroit 11-6 for the Twins' fourth straight win. Jim Ray, the third Detroit pitcher and the loser suffered a severe eighth inning pounding in giving up five runs on four nits and tour walks as the Twins .marched 10 men to the plate. ingle by Prcnger. Davis cored the same way in the ixth, except that he came ome on a passed ball. College y slole six bases in the ame, including three by Rick 'aylor and two by Karnbach. H o l t f i n i s h e d strongly, etirinj* 10 of the last I I baiters e faced. The only interruption vas Shook's nloop single. College Club is now 23-6 for ie year, going into four week- rid games at home. West Fork vill be the opponent at Fayctte- ille's Legion Field Friday ight at ollow for a Russellville Saturday double- eader beginning at 1 and Tulsa vill complete the series Sunday in the eaguc. has won only four of 5 games this season. But its jlayers feel no more snake- itten t h a n Larry Atha. After going O-for-3 and m a k i n g a bad h r o w ' or two, Atha pleaded make me sound too After which he got in the car and listened as brother Gary ran over his hatting hel- nct. As Larry out and licked up the pieces, he just nodded his head in silence. On this night of the two-run squeeze and the phantom timeout, what else could he expect? Amateur Golf PASADENA, Calif. -- Spencer Sapnington, a former college Ail-American from St. Louis, shot a four-under-par f8 and grabbed a two-stroke lead after the first round of the U.S. Amateur Public Links championship. * Little League, Pee Wee Games iniuniiiiiniiniiiiiiniiiiiniiiiuiiiiiiiiineiiiiiniiuniiiiiyiiiniiiiiii .Little League.action continued Tuesday evening at Walker Park as Campbell Bell dropped Kelley Brothers 7-4. Randall Sisemore and brothers Greg and Marc Jones handed the pitching for the winners while Seorge Flowers and Tommy Deffenbaugh pitched for the losers. Marc Jone doubled for Campbell Bell while Delfenbaugh doubled for Kelley Brothers. In the second contest Lewis Ford edged Fayetteville Plumbing 9-8. Chris King and Phillip Sherman shared pitching duties for Lewis Ford while Kacy Lyncy was charged with the loss. Jimmy Steele and Randy Fitch doubled for the winners while Jeffrey Bond doubled for the plumbers. The Elks Club slipped past Holsum Bread 5-3. Rawlcigh Rails was the winner while Jerry Shackelford and Aaron Clark shared the loss. Danny Bohannon, Eugene Schmitz and Rails belted doubles for the Elks while Clark doubled for Holsum. The Northwest:. Arkansas Times rolled up a 21-18 decision over Greer's Abslracl. John Smith and Scott Christy worked j the mound for the Times while Kevin Coker and Trey Rutledge handled the pitching chores for Greer's. Steve Houston doubled f o r t h e winners ' w h i l e Rutledge, .David Stone, Tom Milas and Nicky Smith all doubled for Greer's. In Pee Wee games Hardee's -Iroppcd First Federal 5-2. Boscoe Spencer was the winner and Don Pitts the loser. Lewis Brothers bombed Purvis Horton 12-5. Darin Strange and Kcane Fedosky shared pitching duties for the winners while Jay Foster and Rick Schisler pitched for Purvis. Strange had a home run for the winners while Keane Fedosky, Wcs Vaughn and Jed Shreve tripled. Jeffrey Fitch added a double, all for Lewis Brothers. 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