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Professional Baseball National League East W L Pet. Philaphia 45 43 .517 St. Lcuis 44 44 .500 Montreal 42 44 .488 Pittsburgh 38 49 .437 New York 38 49 .437 Chicago 37 49 .430 West I.os Angeles til 30 .670 Cincinnati 53 38 .582 Houston 49 41 .544 Atlanta 49 43 .533 San Fran 40 52 .435 San Diego 40 55 - 421 Sunday's Games Cincinnati 3, Pittsburgh 2 Pittsburgh 2, Cincinnati 2nd Atlanta 7, St. Louis 0 Philadelphia 5, San Francisco 2. 1st Philadelphia 7, San Francisco 4, 2nd Houston 7, Chicago 6, 12 in nings - Montreal 6-6, San Diego 1-2 New York 4, Los Angeles 1 Monday's Games Chicago (LaRoche 1-2) at At- Inntr. (Motion 11-7) N Houston (Robert!; 6-7) ac Pitiuburgh (Ellis 3-8) N Cincinnati (Kirby 6-5) at St Louis (Foster 4-5) ^ Fleisher Nearly Forces Playoff NorthwMt Arkansas TIMES, Won., July 15, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Stockton Collects Check BETTENDORF, Iowa CAP) Bruce Fleishor's wife un- fortunalely was a great prog- nosticalor when it came to figuring the wind-up ot the $100,000 Quad Cities Open. "My wife put it on me this morning," said Fleischer who finished second to Dave Stockton. "She said something would come out of the pack and shoot a 64 or 65 to take it." And that's exactly what happened. Tour veteran Stockton fash ioned a seven-under-par 64 on the sultry day and roared froir four back to overtake a host of challengers, including the senti mental favorite, Sam Snead. Fayetteville Plumbing American League East W L Pel. GB Boston 48 40 .545 -Baltimore 47 40 .540 'A Cleveland 46 40 .535 1 Milwaukee 45 43 .511 3 Detroit 44 44 .500 4 Isew York 44 45 .49 V-, West Oakland 50 39 .562 -Kansas City 4 43 .506 5 Chicago 43 44 .494 6 Texas 44 48 .478 7 1 ', Minnesota 2 48 .467 B'/a California 34 57 .374 17 Sunday's Games Oakland 7-6, New York 3-1 Boston 3, California 0 Milwaukee 9-4, Texas 3-5 Minnesota C, Cleveland 5, 10 innings Chicago 3, Baltimore 1 Kansas City 2, Detroit 1, 14 imr.ngs Monday's Games California (Ryan 10-9) at Cleveland (Arlin 2-3). N Or.kland (Abbott 2-1) at Baltimore (McNally 8-6 or Garland 3-1), N Boston (Cleveland 7-6) at Kansas City (Briles 1-3), N Milwaukee (Champion 4-11) at Minnesota- (Gollz 2-4 or Butler 3-3), N Detroit (LaGrow 7-7) at Chicago (Johnson 2-0), N Only games scheduled Texas League Texas League W L Pet. GB West El Paso 53 38 .582 -San Antonio ' 48 42 Members of Fayctleville Plumbing's 1974 Little League entry include (Front Row), from left. Dale Parks, Ron Giltlehan, Mark Wiles, Bandy Lee, Scoft Danforth, War- ren Gabbarcl, Lee Kelly, Rick Hopkins and Gene Evans. (Top Row) Jason Wafsim, Phil Talbcrl, Jeff Bnml, Kacy Lynch, Brian Hcnsuian, Sieve Day and Brian Walcli. Coaches this year are James Kisor, left, and Wliil Hensman. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Tulsa Leiand Ends Fayetteville's Seven Game Legion Win Streak Courageous Scores Big Sailing Wins NEWPORT, R.I. CAP) -Courageous, the new aluminun boat designed by Olin Stephens scored two impressive victorie over Valiant Sunday in obsei vation trials for 12-mplo yachts in the running to defend the America's Cup. Meanwhile, the Australian contender, Southern Cress, had 10 inches added to the length of her keel, a modification which is expected to improve her performance to windward, a point she has been of sail on which weak. W h a t W e n d y Fleisher ouldn't have predicted--or :ouldn't have wanted to--was lie dramatic final hole Sunday. Stockton was in with a 13-un- ler 271 total and former nalion- il amateur champion Fleisher :ame to No. 18 needing only a birdie to force a sudden death playoff for the $20,000 first rize. The 25-year-old third-year pro, who has yet to win on the .our. was on in two and needed :o get home in only two for a jirdie to force a deadlock. But ?leisher three-putted, rimming lis second shot from four feet and Stockton had his ninth career victory. "I've never been in a playoff. I looked forward to it and I anticipated it," Stockton said afterward. "I thought for sure the way he hits he would make birdie." Fleisher, who collected his biggest career paycheck, knew exactly what he had to dc coming to the 72nd hole. "I was only 40 feet away after two and I tried to lag it up there," he said. "I hit the hole with my first shot. I actually thought I had it, but it slipped by." "I had no excuse, I just missed it. I hate to use the word choke^I don't think I did--but I did feel the pressure." Snead, the 62-year-old legend, started the day in a tie at 203 with 25-year-old Hayes, but his balky putter failed him. "I hit 17 greens today and I could have hit it better from tee to green." said the winner of 84 tournaments dating back to 1936, but none since 1905. "But oh, this putter, that..." He didn't care to finish the phrase. "I had 37 putts today and there's no way you win with that total." His closing 72--one-over on the 6,000-yard Crew Valley Golf Club layout--earned him undisputed fourth at 275 and $4,700. ASTERISKS. 1014 18 25A Amarillo 44 44 .500 Midland 42 48 .467 East Victoria 55 34 .618 Arkansas 49 40 .551 Shreveport 37 52 .416 Alexandria 30 60 .333 Sunday's Results Arkansas 5, San Antonio 3 Midland 4-0, Victoria p-3 El Paso 3-2, Alexandria 2-1 ' Amarillo at Shrcveport ppd., rain Monday's Games Alexandria at El Paso Arkansas at San Antonio (2) Midland at Victoria (2) Amarillo at Shreveport (2) By GRANT HALL TIMES Sports Editor They had to use two pitchers to do it, but the Tulsa Leiand American Legionnaires ended Fayetteville College Club's seven-game winning streak here Sunday afternoon. "Tulsa scored Avice in the fifth and once in ,he seventh to win 5-2. Fayelteville pitcher Brian Holt dueled Tujsa starter Kevin Hike to a 2-2 standoff through four innings, but he couldn't keep pace with reliever Greg Laplante in the sweltering heat. Laplante pitched perfect bal' over the last three, innings, striking out six, throwing oul ond and getting the other two on fly balls to left. Entering the game in unusua fashion as a pinch-hitter for Rike, Laplante also started the winning rally. He walked to lead off the fifth inning and scored the go-ahead run wher Holt walked Vic Harris with the jases loaded. Mickey Robertson made the score 4-2 with a sacri 'ice fly. Tulsa added an insurance run n the seventh when Duam Meyers singled, stole second raced to third on a passed bal and scored on a wild pitch Meyers' base hit was one o only five given up by Holt i the game. College Club managed jus the first, but was stranded, the second, Mark Prenger ingled and Holt doubled. BOTH SCORE TWO Each team scored twice in lie second. Robertson led off he Tulsa half with a single and moved to third as Don Bewley ├é┬Ěcached first an error by Pren- Leaders hree hits, and none after the Allen, but Allen countered with THE econd ent a inning, ringirrg Jackie Davis After Bewley vithout a play, stole second Tony Dicks loubled to plate both runners. Second baseman Randy Porter irevented further damage by snothering Brian West's short- lop smash with two out and runners at second and third. Bob Stephens started the Fayetteville rally with a one-out walk. When Prenger's base hit was misplayed in left field, Ste- ihens scored from first base. Prengcr' advanced to third on a ground ball by Rick Taylor and scored on Holt's bad-hop double past center fielder Meyers. Solid defensive play by both :eams highlighted the third and "ourth innings. Fayetteville center fielder Shelby Sizemore robbed Bewley with a great running catch in the top of the third, and Meyers made a similar play on Davis' drive in the bottom of the inning. In the fourth, Porter bare-handed bad hop to throw out Alan pick-up of a low throw at first base to retire Stephens. Holt, now 7-2, struck out four batters, walked four and hit one. College Club commiled two errors, both- by Prenger, and each led o an unearned Bike struck out t h r e e and each led to an unearned After Holt's double in t h e second inning, it was 16 up and 16 down for Fayetteville. Despite the heat, a crowd of 100 or so attended the game, brought umbrellas shields against HUT DELIVERS! CA1L Those who used them the sun for the first six innings and as protectors from the rain in the seventh. Mercifully, the contest was played in 90 minutes. Fayetteville, now 26-7 for the year, will play Van Buren at Legion Field here Wednesday at 6 p.m. 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. 'KK Asterisks are a sure sign that the model you want is going to cost more than you thought. Volvo has come up with an ingenious device to replace asterisks: standards. They allow every Volvo 145 to come fully equipped, at no extra cost, with extras like: Fuel injection Four-wheel power disc brakes Whitewall radial tires 4-speed synchromesh transmission Infinitely-adjustable front bucket seats Ten-outlet heating and ventilation system Rear window defroster/defogger Rear window washer/wiper Tinted glass all around Four3-point retractable seat belts Child-proof rear door locks 12-month warranty with unlimited mileage Of course, with all these standards, you may wonder if the Volvo 145 has any options. Yes. Air conditioning and automatic transmission with power steering. It's the only way to spend more money and get mo re car. VOLVO A lot more car lhan you bargained for. HOUSTON TAYLOR MOTORS, Inc. 3372 N. College Ph. 442-4251 Strike Settlement Seems Far Away Watch your money, grow at Fayetteville'Savings and Loan Association. It's hard to make ends meet these days.. .but that's al I the more reason to save. At Fayettevil le Savings and Loan, your money will earn the highest interest rates consistent with sound business practices. A regular passbook account pays you 5 1 /4?/o interest, and the Certificates of Deposit pay you from 5%% to 7Vz% i nterest--depending on the length of time you leave your money on deposit. Fayetteville Savings and Loan is interested in your future, and they'll do everything they can to make that future bright. FSL A Partner In Life. *substantia! penalty required with early withdrawal of Certificate of Deposit. FAYETTEVILLE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 201 NORTH EAST AVENUE, FAYETTEVILLE NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (200 at bats) Garr, All, .306; R.Smith, SiL, .3i9- Gross, Htn, .328. HUNS--Wynn, LA, 60; Rose, C:n 5B; Bonds, SF, ES. RUNS BATTED IN--Cedeno, Bin, 73; Garvey, LA. 65; Wymi, LA. f.3. HITS -- Garr. All. 140; D. Cash, Phi, 117; Garvey, LA, 23; Slennelt Pgh, 22 Maddox,?i DOUBLES--Cardanal, Chi, 23: Stennett, Pgh, 22; Maddox, 5.P. 22. TRIPLES--Garr. All. D.Cash, Phi, 8; A.Oliver, Pgh, HOME RUNS--Wyin, LA, 20; Codeno, Hln, IS. 19; Schmidt, Phi, STOLEN BASES--Brock, StL, 56; Morgan, Hln. 36. PITCHING Cin, 37; Cedeno, (8 Decisions)-- McsiTsmlh, LA, 10-2, .833, 2.06: John. LA, 13-3, .813. 2.50; Griffin. Htn, 10-3, .769, 3.13. STRIK EOUTS--C a rlton. Phi, 137- Messrsmth, LA. 126; Sea ve:, NY, 117. AMERICAN LPAGUE BATTING (200 at bats) -- Carcw. Min, .380; Hargrove, Tex .330; Ystrzmski, Bsn, .323. RUNS--Campaneris, Oak, 57; D A'len, Chi, 55: Rivers, Cal, 54 RUNS BATTED IN--Burroughs, Tex, 71; D.Allen, Chi, 60; Rudi. Oak, 60. H I T S--Carew, Min, 131; Rudi Oak, 104; Money, Mil 1 0 0 ; Rivers, Cal, 100; A.Jchnson, Tex, 100. DOUBLES--Rudi, Oak, 23; Eiiggs, Mil, 21; Carew, Min, 21: "Burroughs, Tex. 21. TRIPLES--Rivers. Cal, 7; Otis, KC, 7; Hisle, Min, 8; Cair.paneris, Oak, 6. HOME RUNS--D..Allen, Chi 2 2 ; Mayberry, KC, 17 R Jackson. Oak, 17. STOLEN BASES -- N o r t h , Oak, 34; Campaner;s Oak. Clc, 21; Rivers, (0 Decisions)-- Lowcnslein, Cal. 21. PITCHING ... G.Perry, Cle, 15-2, .882, 1.40; Sprtguc, Mil, 7-1, .875, 2.44; FiriRtrs, Oak, 7-2, .778, 3.30. STRIKEOUTS-N.Ryan, Cal, 185; G.Perty, Cle, 136; Blyio- vcii, Min, 128. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS If you're looking for a quick settlement to the football strike, maybe you'd better take another look. The dispute between the National Football League Players' Association and the NFL Management Council is now in its third week, and the two sides do not appear to be any closer together today than when the strike officially started July 1. Mo progress in negotiations has been announced, and the two sides have not as much as agreed on a date for resuming talks. The College All-Star Game, the annual summer fixture run by the Chicago Tribune Chari- lies, was canceled due to the dispute, and the next casualty could he the July 27 Hall o Fame Game in Canton, Ohio, which kicks off the exhibition season. But most importantly, NFL league's star players -- appear to be quite solid in holding the union line. All around the country, as training camps open, NPLPA picket lines are being set up. And for the most part, the veterans are honoring those lines. Alter meeting with both sides last Friday, federal mediator - James Scearce said he woulc contact them again early this week to see if they want to re. sume negotiating. A number of training camps opened to veterans Sunday, but few players with NFL ex- perience showed up-- except to . picket. Groups of veterans on many clubs said they hold their 4 Victoria Stays ; Comfortably -. Atop Loop * ; Victoria stayed comfortably ; on top in the Texas Lea'gue East by splitting a double- i header with Midland and El : Paso fattened its TL West lead by sweeping a twin bill with Al, cxandria in Sunday's games. The Midland Cubs tested the s, Victoria Toros 4-1 and home- standing Victoria retaliated -- with a 3-0 shutout. El Paso's I; Diablos nipped the Alexandria 1; Aces 3-2 and 2-1, and the Arkansas Travelers downed the 1, San Antonio Brewers 5-3. An o- Amarillo at Shreveport game was rained out. wn workouts. No veterans reported, to the amps of the Philadlphia Eagles or New York Jets, while IB only New York Giant to go o camp was reserve defensive . ack Honor Jackson and the nly Cleveland veteran to re- ort to the Browns' camp was vide receiver Gloster Riehard- on. A total of 69 players showed jp at the Washington Redskins 'amp, including nine veterans, jut only one of those, Ken stone, was on the team's active oster last year. In something of a surprise, 12 Cincinnati veterans arrived at he Bengals' training camp. Veterans were on picket duty as Detroit Lion rookies gathered at Bloomfield Hills, Mich., as St. Louis Cardinal rookies reported to camp at Normal, ill., and as Pittsburgh Steeler 'irst-year men showed up at Lalrobe, Pa. There was no picketing at Vero Beach, Fla., when the first 17 rookies reported to the New Orleans Sainls' camp, but pickets were expected to be on duty July 20 when veterans were scheduled to arrive. Miami Dolphins Coach Don Simla, who originally had scheduled veterans to start training Sunday, pushed that reporting day back to Wednesday, WE PAY TOP MONEY For JUNK BATTERIES Our 20th Year in Fayetteyille. 442-9567 605 South School Hiway 71 South VAUGHN BATTERY 7

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