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*· o Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sal., July 13, 1974 FAYITTIVILLC, ARKANSAS · 5'A 9 9 16'A Professional Baseball ·iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiitiiffliii By The Associated Press . ' ' ' · · American League - ' ' · ' East ·v ,: \y L Pet. GB Cleveland 46 38 .548 -- . Boston 47 39 .547 Detroit 43 43 .500 4 New 'York 43 43 .500 4 West Oakland 48 38 .558 -Kansas City 43 42 .506 '" Chicago al 42 43 .494 Texas 43 46 .483 Minnesota 40 48 .455 California 33 56 .371 «s Friday's Games -'California 7, Boston 0 . "'New York 3, Oakland 0 Kansas Cily 7, Detroit 2 Cleveland 9, Minnesota 5 Texas 4, Milwaukee 3 Chicago 4, Ballimore 3 Saturday's Games Oakland (Blue 8-8) at York (Tidrow 6-8) California (Hassler 1-4) Boston (Drago 5-5) Texas (Bibhy 11-11) at waukee (Colborn 5-5) . Cleveland (G. Perry 15-2) at Minnesota (Blyleven 8-10) ''Detroit (Fryman 3-5) at Kansas City (Splitlorft 9-8), N ! Baltimore (Cuellar 10-3) al Chicago (Wood 14-9), N ; Sunday's Games .Oakland at New York, 2 ', California at Boston :,Texas at Milwaukee, 2 . ^Cleveland at Minnesota ^Baltimore at Chicago "·Detroit at Kansas City New at Mil- Jack Charging: Gary Player Holds Margin LYTHAM ST. ANNE'S England (AP) -· The spotlight in today's final round of the British Open ,. Golf Championship was on Jack Nicklaus and his chase of Gary; Player, amid the sondyi.was.les:.and bushes -Beside the Irish Sea. ·· "· ' Both '-Were 'bidding for their tlSi'rd British title; They headed into the last day with Player Reds Sweep Bucs; Astros Trim four strokes ahead, but Nicklaus closing fast. with CREATING A BIG WIND ... Oakland batter Bill North fans,in a. big way as he strikes out on a Pat Dobson pitch in the fifth inning of Friday night's game with the New Yorfc Yankees. Catcher Thurman Munson displays the ball. Dobson pitched the Yanks, to a two hit 3-0 victory over Oakland. (AP Wirephoto) Williams Gets First Player the gritty little South African who first won this crown -in 1S59 was at 212; Nicklaus at 216. Between them was Britain's Peter Oosterhuis at 215, but Player didn't seek to conceal that it was Nicklaus who made Mm nervous. 'He's free-wheeling .and I'm choking" " Player" said.. . "Jack .wUl./be.;.charging.. My .lead is really "nothing," ...'....' . ''.". · All day Friday the terrors of flic Royal Lytham and St. Annes's links, which had upset one star after another on the first two days chipped away at Player's nerves. He began the day leading -Nicklaus by nine strokes and by day's end it was down to Jour. At the ninth hole Friday Player got into a mess that his followers would .never have believed possible.. Known as one of the world's great-escape .artists from sand-; traps,-'.iti took him two shots to get-out: of-'a o · National League :.· East .-· ' W I Pet. GB Philadelphia 44 32 .512 -St. Louis 44 42 .512 % Montreal 40 43 .482 2W Chicago 37 47 .440 6 Pittsburgh 37 4T .440 S New York 37 48 .435 6 West Los .Angeles 60 29 .674 -Cincinnati 5137 .580 8% Houston 47 41 .534 12W Atlanta 4743 .522 13% San Fran 39 50 .438 21 San Diego 39 53 .424 22% : Friday's Results Cincinnati 7, Pittsburgh 0, 1st Cincinnati 4, Pittsburgh 3, 2nB Atlanta 7, St. Louis 3, 1st S{. Louis 10. Atlanta 0. 2nd Houston 9, Chicago 4 San Diego 1,.Montreal 0 New York 5, Los Angeles 2 Philadelphia 6, San Francisco 2 ' Saturday Games Cincinnati (Hall 0-1) at Pitts- Angels Belt Boston 7-0 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It may be, as the song says, a long, long way from May,, to December, but it's even longer when you haven't won a baseball game from October to July. The last time Dick William's burgh (Reuss 8-6) Philadelphia (Lonborg 11-7) at San Francisco (Caldwell 7-3) Atlanta (Reed 5-4) at Louis (McGlothen 12-4), N St. Chicago (Burris 3-1) at Houston (Osteen 7-7), N .Montreal (Rogers 10-9) at San Diego (Freisleben 6-4), N ' New York (Parker 3-7) at Los Angeles (Mesoersmith 9-2), N ' - ...... · Sunday's Games ... , Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 2 Atlanta at St. Louis Philadelphia at San Fr-n- cisco, 2 Chicago at Houston Montreal at San Diego, 2 New York at Los Angeles Atha Bros. Conspire To Boggle West Fork In Legion Competition Dependent on the battery'of|''.'tGenerduisIy..".assisted by five bunker. He went on:· to miss -a putt By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Carrolis had the Pittsburgh Pirates coming and going -'Friday night. After Tom Carroll went, Clay Carroll came in to help the Cincinnati Reds clinch a 4-3 decision and sweep their twi-night doubleheader. ''It's . great to beat Pittsburgh, nice to beat the hometown team," said Tom Carroll, a rookie who grew up in Pits- burgh. After the Reds toow the first game 7-0, Carroll got the sec- Cardinal Pair Wit ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Oldsters Bob Gibson and Henry Aaron provided the early thrills and youngster Bob Forsch the late leroics in an Atlanta Braves-St. Louis Cardinals doubleheader Friday night. An epic Gibson-Aaron match- ond-game assignment ana pitched efficiently. He was taken out of the game in the ninth inning after giving up a leadoff hit, the ninth by the Pirates. In came the other Carroll and the veteran got the next three outs to secure the^rookie's second victory in his second start. "I'm really happy," said Tom Carroll, a 6-foot-3 redhead. In the other National League games, the Atlanta Braves beat the St. Louis Cardinals 7-3 in the first game of a doubles Split h Braves -er.- · · , : "He was so close to punching it out," added the tall rookie. "I never dreamed . two weeks ago I'dtbe sitting in the dugout watching history." Forsch. who was recalled a week ago from the Cards' Tul- header before losing Jie se««nd 0-0- the Houston .Astros rimmed the Chicago Cubs ; -4j, " San Diego Padres .nipped" Montreal Expos 1-0; : th«: up ended in a draw as team won a game it made' the Oakland A's world champions Last October. Friday ni'ght, Williams' new team--the California Angels---finally; iw.on -one, After taking : a l: 10 ; c8uht' under their new skipper, they got; off the floor and flattened the 'Bos^ ton Red Sox 7-0. i' Actually,: the Angels had dropped a.club record 11 in a the Atha brothers, pitcher Gary and catcher Larry, Fayetteville College Club suppressed West fork:7-2 in an American Legion baseball contest last night. Throwing what seemed to be a strenuous maximum of pitches, Gary gave a grim performance, walking w h i f f i n g an equal eight and number of batters while relinquishing six hits, all singles. His counterpart behind the plate Larry produced low College Club runs with a bounding single to right in .he first inning and a sacrifice fly in the gamebreaking third. League Leaders {·IT By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS * NATIONAL LEAGUE I BTTING (190 at bats)-- ·Ga'rr, All,- .365; Gross. Htn, '.337. t'RUNS--Wynn, LA, 59; Brock, ;StL, 57; Bonds, SF, 57. ·- RUNS BATTED IN-Cedeno, '.inn. 72; Garvey, LA, 65. ' H I T S--Garr, All, 136; ;D.Cash, Phi, 114. :· .DOUBLES--Stennctt, Pgh, '22; Cardenal, Chi, 21; Stargell, ipgh. 21; R.Smith, SIL, 21. J TRIPLES - Garr, All, 11; ·D.Cash, Phi, 7. I HOME RUNS-Cedeno, Htn, f'9';' Wyn, LA, 19; Schmidt, tP'fii, 18. i STOLEN BASES--Brock, StL, ;54; Morgan. Cin. 37. . PITCHING (7 Decisions)-- IMessersmith, LA, 9-2, .918, 2.12 ·John. LA, 13-3, .813, 2.50. ; STRlKEOUTS-Cartlon, Phi, · 1 2 8 ; Seaver, NY, 117; 4Messrsmth, LA, 117. AMERICAN LEAGUE . BATTING (100 at bats)-;Carew. Min, .383; Hargrove, ·Tex, .328. ·;._jRUNS--D.Allen. Chi, 55; Campaneris, Oak, 55; Grich, «BM, 52. j RUNS BATTED IN--Bur- troughs, Tex, 71; D.Allen, Chi, '60. : H I T S - C a r e w , Min, 129; .Rudi, Oak, 101. : DOUBLES-Rudi, O a k . 23; Briggs, Mil, 21; Carew, Min, 21. TRIPLES-Rivers, Cal, Otis, KC, 7; Hisler, Min. 6; Campaneris, Oak, 6. HOME RUNS-D.Allen, Chi, 22; Mayberry, KC, 17. STOLEN BASES -- North- Oak. 34; Campaneris. Oak, 24. PITCHING (7 Decisions)-- ·G.Perry, Cle, 15-2. .882, 1.45 'Sprague, Mil. 6-1, .857. 2.37. , STRIKEOUTS-N.Ryan, Cal, 485; .Perry, Cle, 128. Travs Defeat Diablos 12-5 . EL PASO, Tex. (AP) -- Righthander Harry Rasmussen survived 15 El Paso hits Friday night to become Ihe first Texas League pilcher wilh 10 viclories ihis season as the Arkansas Travelers defeated the Diablos ,12-5. The victory gave the Travelers their second victory in the :ilx-game series. Arkansas he(ins a six-game series at San Anlonio tonight. Sneed Cards 65 For Quad Cities Lead BETTENDORF, Iowa (AP) -- Until a week ago, Ed'Sneed' was having his troubles on the 1974 pro golf tour. . Then he won the Milwaukee Open. "I'm not a big believer in momentum, but I do believe in confidence--and that's what a victory gives you," said Sneed after carding a 65 Friday for a 132 total and a one-stroke lead going inlo today's third round of the 5100,000 Quad Cities Open. Putting is what the handsome, composed 29-year-old from Columbus, Ohio, believes, in. And on his last six rounds on Ihe lour, he has been pulling with the best. Sneed used only 55 pulls lo Lake a commanding lead after ;wo rounds al Milwaukee.. and had only 28 Friday--and 60 for two days--to assume Ihe lead in the race for the $20,000 first prize over the Crow Valley Golf Club course. "I'm putting almost as good as at Milwaukee and I'm hit- ling the ball just a little better," he said after a six-under- par 65 for a one-shot edge over Mike Morley and Bruce Fleisher, both of whom had torrid rounds t h a t nearly matched the 90 degree heal and 65 per cent humidity. Former U.S. Amateur champion Flcishcr, who has yet to vin in three pro years, equalled he course record with an cight- under-par 63 and Morley bursl nto contention with a 64. Sam Sncad, slill a title threat at age 62 after some 30 years on Ihe tour, shot a 65 and was ied with Labron Harris Jr. for ourlh at eight-under 134. a near hole-in-one where he used a West Fork'errors in the chaotic third, Fayetteville added two hits, two weeks, and two stolen bases to obtain five runs. Jackis Davis' ground single through the box and Mark Prenger's long, one-bounce double off the fence in left-center were the significant blows against West Fork : starter Dennis .Seine. It w a s - a . typical'.big .inning for t h e - h o m e team,:. fomented by a few hits, several errors, and aggressive base-running, especially by Bruce Karnbach. Gary Atha permitted West Fork to load the bases three times and then proceeded to quell the trouble. In the first, with none out and the bases jammed, Atha - induced two force-out, 1 ; at the plate, and then he fanned Chuck Siebert. Again, during the riotous third, Atha frustrated the opposition by striking out Dave King on a three-two pitch with two' away an dthe sacks loaded. In the fifth, the Athas combined for. a unique double play to solve another bases-loaded predicament,. This time, with one down, Gary struck out Dennis Selbe, and Larry, spotting Shuck-. -Siebert straying off third, gunned an intimidating throw, to Mark.Prentger covering the bag." The peg zipped just over Sieb'erl's head, forcing him to duck, stumble and sit down in the blaze path. Prenger row, hut the.streak started under interim" manager -j.Whitey Herzog. .- "At. least we finally .got our first one," Williams said. "That's the-first one of what I hope will be many. 1 .' Elsewhere, "the -Cisvjiland Indians .whipped,..£h.e.,Iffli'nnesolta Twins a-s;.:ti$Chicago White Sox nipped the Baltimore/Orioles 4-3, the New York-Yankees blanked Oakland 3-0, the Kan- and wound up- with a double-bogey five. In contrast, Nicklaus scored an eagle three at the seventh hole with the help of what he called "the finest one-iron shot of my life." That shot--his second--carried 216 yards, accord- ng to Nicklaus himself. And then he sank a 25-foot putt. Also pressing from behind were Hubert, Green o'rie "stroke behind Nicklaus at 217; 'South Africa's Bobby Cole and defending champion Tom Weiskopf,"at '218,' arid little-known Danny Edwards and Lian-huan Lu of .-Taiwa'at.219. . ; . . . Braves rallied to topple the .31- year-old St. Louis right-hander 73 in the opener. · . ' But" in. the nightcap the ;: 24- year-qld Forsch was in control throughput as the Cards, who riad lost six in a row, snapped ih'eir slump 10-0. "I just sat there kind of in awe," admitted Forsch, who pitched a four-hitter after watching Gibson try unsuccessfully to register his 3,000th major league strikeout in the open- view York Mets downed the Eos" Angeles Dodgers 5-2 and the, Philadelphia Phillies beat th* San Francisco Giants 6-2. . ,-. ' In th opener, Don Gullett. iO-6, 'pitched a five-hitter^ struck out nine and walketj- hree for the Reds: · · · ' · - j;;.", ASTROS 9, CUBS 4 ^ J Lee May 'drove in four runs with a double and homer, "pac- :ng' Houston, over Chicago; ;.'·'.'; May's two-run homer · · cam* off Horasio Pina in the -fifth Hn-l ning after the Astros mounted * V-l lead. .,· - ; :i;-'.-.t. Benefiting : from 'the Astros'; 13-hit attack was Don Wilson,.6-l : PADRES 1, EXPOS 0; I- --J. Dave Winfield. doubled hojn«: a first-inning run for San.Diega" an.d left-hander Randy .Jones,; 6-; 13, pitched a- five-hitter as. ;the Padres nipped Montreal for their third straight .victory. · '-.: METS 5, DODGERS Z - : - · : Ted 'Martinez'' two-run -singl«: sparked, a four-run sevehth'-'in-- ning. th?t powered New York- over Los Angeles. Bob Apodaca:: and Jack Aker combined on.'aiv sa farm club of Ihe American PHILS "6, GIANTS Z '. at 1 1 iFtpr r'ihsnn faltered in ! Two-out · singles by" .Miles' at 1-1 after Gibson faltered in Sc , ]midt wnlje Montanez ·-·" Association, squared his record j sas City Royals drubbed the Detroit Tigers '7-2 and the Texas Ran'gers.-'edged the Milwaukee Brewers 4-3. . The Angejs...won behind the 10-hit pitchirig":6f;.rooTde)Ed 'Fig. ueroa'and home r u n s ' b y " Winston Llenas and Frank-Robinson. Indians 9, Twins 5 Charlie Spikes spearheaded;a 15-hit Cleveland attack,, driving in three runs with a single, double, home run and sacrifice fly. The Indians took a 4-0 lead in the first inning,-chasing Minnesota starter Ray Cprbin. Jim Perry pitched - innings foi lagged scored fourth on Rich Ledbetter's single and in the sixth on an him out. West Fork isolated runs in the It was the twenty-fourth victory in thirty outings for coach DicK Harris' league-leaders. There will.be a double header this 'afternoon against Russellville at American Legion field. the second game- starting at 3:00. Rick Taylor and Lawson Osburn are the College Club pitchers. his ninth victory. One of the hits he allowed was a home run by Larry Hisle. White Sox 4,' Orioles 3 Ed Herrmann's run-scoring double wilh two out in the ninll inning enabled the White Sox to nip the Orioles. .Bill' Sharp walked with, two out and came home 'on Herrmann's drive into the left field corner. The Orioles trailed : ,3-0 after one inning but .caught up on Jim Fuller's solo homer .in the seventh an'd''a two-run shot'by Bobby Grich in the eighth. Yankees 3, A's 0 Pat Dobson pitched a two-hitter while the Yankees. got singles from Lou Piniella, Roy While and Bobby Mnrccr. Dobson walked two and struck .out seven in ending a ' personal three-game losing streak.., ... . : New York made jt five"of six against -the-- A's while Dobson turned back the world champs for the t.hjrd .time this season. Matra Favored In Road Race WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (AP) -- A pair : of Matra-Simca pro- otynes, flying -the French"tricpor: flag, .were .JavQr.ed'.-.tpday.Jn a six-hour" endurance race ppening a r .heavy''weekend of auto racing.;'' 1 '.' : "· ·· The Matras, seeking a .second World Championship of ,Makes itle for the government-backed 2-cylinder cars/ had the' two 'ront row positions for a:scheduled 1 p.m.^EDT, start'.:::.Victory would virtually clinch the championship .:'for-; the French. They lead the,.series 100 to G5. points over the Italian Alfa'"R6meolIarque with three events'remaining oh the sched- No Decision Reached In NFLPA Strike WASHINGTON,-(AP) - A solution lo the dispute between s t r i k i n g National Football League players and the 26 club owners appeared today to he farther away. Representatives of the the eighth inning. Strikeouts of Roric Harrison in the fifth and Dusly Baker in the sixth put the Cards vet at 2,909 and one from a plateau reached previously only by Walter Johnson. : But Ralph Garr fused . a Braves rally with a hit to left with the' Cards ahead 3-2 and Aaron, a longtime Gibson nemesis, was called on to pinch hit. Aaron appeared set up for the historic 3,000th when the count went to 1-2, then grounded into a foreceout before-the Braves overcame Gibson on , Del Unser cracked a tie in'.th* seventh inning and PhiladelpTil* went on to beat San·Fra'ncistfd.i'' Acting Director MEDFORD; Mass. Rocc'o J. "Rocky"; Carzo,.--42, was named today acting ath'let-' ic director at Tufts University;Carzo stepped out as rhe'aa football coach' after ":eight seasons to devote full-time to; his duties as assistant director -pf athletics and physical education '"' two warring parties met with federal mediators Friday in an -attempt to renew negotiations in their contract hassle and to end the 13-day strike but apparently had little, if any, success. The two sides met, agreed to negotiation,' and talked, although neither would comment .to newsmen on what went on behind the close'd doors at the Labor Department. Federal mediator James Scearce recessed the negotiations after seven consecutive hours, commenting that he "could not report any particular progress." That was on No. 11, .hree-iron to conic within eight inches of the cup. Sneed -- the "good looking one," as Sam tells it--romped inlo the lead with a round that included five birdies, a bogey and an eagle three on the f i n a l hole, when he ran in a 30-foot putt. Bob Eastwood, a tittle-known Ihird-year pro, had held Ihe lead after the first day wilh a 66. He shot a respectable 71 Friday hut had trouble on (he f i n a l six holes and was locked in a five-way lie for eight al 137. Lewis Brothers Collects Pee Wee Crown Pee Wee League action came to a close Friday evening at Walker Park as Lewis Brothers look a 6-5 decision from Har- dce's for Ihe League Championship. Darin Strange and Keane Fedosky handled Ihe pilchirfg chores for coach Carl Strange's winning learn. Bosco Spencer and Allen Foster were the hurlers for coach Dan Spencer's rew. Darin Strange tripled to aid lis own cause while teammates David Jones belted two doubles and Fedosky and Jeffrey Fitch hit one double'each. Tom Yancey doubled fpr Hardee's while Spencer, Jimmy Little, Scott Jones and Yancey singled. The All-Star selections for Pe? Wee League include in the Rebel League Darin Strange, Kcane Fedosky, Wes Baughn, Jay Foster, Darrin Tuck, Rick Schisler, Chris Bell. Navin Kilambi, Fred Foust, Robert Gibson, Arnold Gabbard, Lee Huston, Lance Gaston and David Wiggins. All-star members for the Yankee League are Grant Hill, Allen Devaull,. Darrin Wright, Mike Paxson, Darin Bell, Kevin Phillips, Boscoe Spencer, Allen Foster, Don'nie Gilbrealh, Mark Combs. Danny Pills, Scoll Phillips, Robert Turkin and Andy Cozzart. Lillle League Diamond Results Action continued in Fayetteville's Little League Friday night as Cravens raided Fayetteville Plumbing ,25-8.;;,:. :· Jeff MrGoodwin was the win- l»rt was ..charged with the loss/ Mike Richie has a j g r a n d slam home run while Stuart Herbert, Richie, Mark Jordan and Rogers Young all stroked doubles. In the second game Lewis Ford topped Kclley Brothers 7-5. Steven Baggelt was the winning pitcher while Phillip Tal- ncr and John Smart the loser. Randy Fitch and Phillip Sherman both homered for the winners while Scott Hammons doubled for Kelley Brothers. Warner Cable flumped · the Northwest Arkansas Tirnes 10-5 Scott Thibodcaux picked up the win while Steve' Houston" and John Smith worffed the" molinii 'or the Tirnes. David Baird .and; Terry Yates both doubled tor Warner while Houston, Mark Sugg and Randy Dooper doubled for the Times. In the final game Ihe 'Elks Club edged Ihe Jaycces 5-4. Randall Hall was the winning hurlcr while Steve Guthrie was charged wilh the loss. Danny Bohannon doubled for the Elks. ule. ·A.lone'. Alfa'.was..left to challenge the Malras over.the de- -manding-' 3.71 mile Watkins. .Glen Grand Prix-course. It will be driven by U.S. ace Mario Andretti and Italian star Artnro Merzario. -It begins the race in the third starting-position. . The .Alfa .forces -brought two machines'to the Glen, hoping to derail Matra's march to Ihe title. But German driver Rolf Stommelen crashed one of them in practice Friday, escaping serious injury but demolish ing the car. Stommelen had . nailed a ·fourth place start before his crash. That position for lodayls race went to a German-made Poi-sche Carrera powered by a .lurbocharged 12-cyMnder engine hat boasts -490'horsepower. -| The lead Matra had^ Frenph- ficn Henri Pe'scarolo and"Ger- ·ai'd Larr6usse,"-co'-drivers 'of :he winning car at LeMans last month, at the helm. The Porsche was to be driven here by. Herbet Muller of Switzerland and Gijs Van Lenncp of The Netherlands. The qualifying speed for Pescarolo-Larrousse was 117.34 miles per hour, somewhat off Ihe Glen course record for pro- toly.pes. B.eloise . and . Jarier qualified at 117.12' rii.p.h.',' while Andrettii and Merzario came "in a£ 116,89.' The ^Porsche, a belief fuel mileage'- machine lhan the bigger'-e'ngih'e'cl prototypes, posl- ed 107.87 m.p.h. The session was called by Scearce to see if the negotiations, which broke off June 26, could be resumed. The two sides.met briefly, in the morning, agreed to renew negotia- lions, then spent the day in different offices while mediators moved back and forth between them. two walks. Dusty Baker's infield hit, a fielder's choice and Marty Perez' squeeze bunt for "I said Sunday it mighl he Gibson vs: Henry . for the 3,000th," noted Cards Manager Red Schoendienst, marveling at his pitcher's near miss before a crowd of 47,944. "And he almost had him," Schoendienst added. "The inning was a shame, because* they only hit one ball out of the infield and got three runs." A nine-run first inning, the Cards' biggest since 1D70, enabled the 6-fobt-4 . Forsch to breeze in the nightcap. "With a lead like that I just wanted to make sure: I didn't walk anybody," said the blond pitcher, who fanned five and permitted three o fthe Braves' four singles, the final two ,,in-: hiii'gs. " ' · ; · · . ' . " ' . , . ' : ' · Forsch dispatched · Atlanta with 93 pitches, facing 31 batters/ and slump-ridden 'Reggie Smilh's sacrifice fly and bases- loaded double accounted for four of the first-inning runs. "A hit like that ought to get me out of it," said Smith who was 10 : for-56 before slicing the blow off Braves -starter BUZZ earlier this year. He .will serve athletic director in an acting role- until ."a permanent choice is made for -k successor to Harry Arlansori, who is retiring after more 'than 20 years at Tufts. ' ' i; Capra, 9-4. "Right now I don't have any idea of. the strike zone," the Cards right fielder said. "I'm just trying to make contact. WE -PAY-TOP MONEY - , : f o r ' ' '' JUNK BATTERIES' Our 26tri Year iriV Fayetteville. -'-.; '·' 605 South School Hi way 71 South VAUGHN BATTERY State Cage Coaches All To Change Jobs LITTLE ROCK Three Arkansas (AP) basketball Legal Notices- Legal Notices- Call No. 430 Charier No. 7346 National Bank Region No 8 REPORT OF CONDITION, CONSOLIDATING _ DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES,: OF THE · ··',. '. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FAYtnTEVILUS IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS. ^£ UNE 30 ' 19M - I"UB"8HED IN RESPONSE TO CALIi T,TM| BY COMp TROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. UNDER 1 TITLE 12, UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 1*1 '- ASSETS coaches will be taking on new jobs this f a l l , it has been reported. Tom Vardeman, ' assistant coach at Henderson State College, will be'moving to Loui- siana"iTech in the same capacity while Bobby Reese, assistant at Arkansas State University, will replace Vardeman at Henderson. C. D. Taylor, the highly-successful coach at Comvay.High School, has agreed lo replace Reese at Arkansas Stale. '' Taylor has not yet signed a contract with' 'ASU,' but the chool's'Board of Trustees ap- iroved his hiring at a meeting Cash and due from banks U. S Treasury securities ... Obligations of other U. S. Government agencies and corporations : 3bligations of States and political subdivisions- Other securities _ $ 8,839,524.75 _ 5,003,566:95 _ 2,501,800.01 - 15,814,663.04 37,500.00 Loans . _·_·_ -.... _ 38,285,S64-.74 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other Girls Softball lendersori and Conway -- are :oming'off outslanding seasons. Arkansas Stale iwon : the Southland Conference cham- jionship .with a 17-8 record, lehderson captured the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference title' and Gonway took a 28-0 record , - i n t o - the overall s t a t e championship . finals against undefeated Fort Smith Nor'thside "and lost, 37-32. Three girls Softball games were played Friday evening at Asbell Field as Standard Register edged Elkins 4-3. Holly Horton was the winning pitcher. and Chcri Delapn Ihe loser. · . ; In a jJunipf.'jWiss.ganie. Prairie Groye blanked Purvis Sporting Goods 8-0 and the Kiwanis Wasted Prairie Grove 12-1 in the final contest, a Petite League game. In that contest Liz Blake slammed a home run. TRI-LAI$ES ; ANTENNA . Sales and Service --..' Hew UiecJ AnlMitiM -v Color · BIwK. White.,.-,! Boosters · Tower**i*..'; . Free Estimates ,--: - · 751-7927 . ' · · · · · 751-8458 751-02S7 TERMITES ? CAU ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roochat, Ants. Sptrfers, etc. COMMEROAl . RESIDENTIAl. 442-7298 'I'iday. All three schools -- ASU, assets representing bank premises ._ 344.474.M 631,77J.3fl Other assets TOTAL ASSETS --$71,459,111.74 LIABILITIES - ·;; Demand deposits of Individuals, · · .. . : ; partnerships, and corporations . -$22,273,90*.1| Time and savings deposits of individuals, . . . . . . . . . . · ' . ' ; partnerships, and corporations. ...'_!. · 31,I55,14iB.44 Deposits of United Stales Government __. 244,223196 Deposits of States and political subdivisions _,_ 7,274,304.1* Deposits of commercial banks ,,: . 997,627ilO Certified and officers' checks, etc. _ " ' L' · : ' 607,109.51 TOTAL DEPOSITS ·..·_ :_ $62,552,317.34 · ·* · .; (a) Total demand deposils 33,461,061.27 -· ; · (b) Total time anrl savings deposits 29,091,256.07 -·..·· Federal funds purchased and securities sold ' * under agreements to repurchase Other liabilities __ ._ - '· ' : 100,000.fl« 1,446,371.67 TOTAL LIABILITIES .. '. ._ $64,098,689,01 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES ":i'.-'' Reserve for bad debt losses on loans -1__;_^.^ j_$ -621,378.72 Other reserves on loans ; · · ... . 500,000.00 Reserves on securilies !..'..-.__ ' · 699,66(5.49 COMPLETE LINE Of BUILDINGS MATERIALS QUALITY MATERlALS DISCOUNT PRICES BANKAMERICARD · MASTER CHARGE · . WELCOME DELIVERY SERVICE ALSO NEW HOMES AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS ELLEY BROTHERS LUMBER co, 240TNORTH GREGG ON Wett Townihrp Noiih Gre Phone 442-2351 TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURnTES $ 1,821,04S ; .JI - .. . CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Equity capital--total $ 5^539,377.4's Common Stock--total par value . ;-: ' ' "' 250.000.0'0 No. shares outstanding 12,500 .. ,·- No. shares authorized 12,500 , '···· ',,. Surplus · : ;..^ 1,000,000.09 Undivided profits . ^--- . 4,289,377.48 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS --I-..'" V i, '$5,539,377.48 TOTAL LIABILITIES, R E S E R V E S , - A N D ' · ' · ' ; · : · ; CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . ^ $71,459,111.70 MEMORANDA .:. .."'j; Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ; ending with call date $62,813,372.111 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar day* '.'· ending with call date -: $38,081,76«.79 I, John II. Lewis, President of. the above-nanied bank,'do hereby declare that this report of condition is true arid correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. . . . - · · ' . · ; '.'. JohnM.lewis!. ?V We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of thls'r*^ port of condition and declare that It has been examined by u» and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct ' - Curtis Shipley, Bili Dalton, Jeff J. Baggett ..-._... Directors..

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