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Professional Baseball .6*4 12 13 20 A 22 NATIONAL LEAGUE East ' .. VV I, Pet. GB Philaphia 46 44 .511 _ · Montreal 43 44 494 nj St. Louis 44 45 .459 2 Pittsburgh 40 49 '.449 5A Chicago 39 49 .413 6 New York 38 50 .432 7 West Los Angeles 61 31 663 -Cincinnati 55 38 .591 Houston 49 43 .533 Atlanta 49 45 .521 San Fran 41 52 441 San Diego 41 55 .427 Tuesday's Results Pittsburgh 6, Houston 2 Chicago 7, Atlanta 2 Cincinnati 12, St. Louis 7 San Diego 5, Philadelphia 4 . Montreal 8, Los Angeles 7 . San Francisco 9, New' York Wednesday's Games · New York (Seaver 66, or Apodaca 2-4) at San Francisc . (D'Acquislo 7-V) · Houston (Wilson 6-6) at Pitts burgh (Demery 0-4 or Reuss 8 .7), N · Chicago (Hooten 3-7) at At lanta (Capra 9-4). N Cincinnati (T.Carroll 2-0) a St. Louis (Gibson 5-9), N . Philadelphia (Lonborg 11-8 .at San Diego (Jones 6-13), N · Montreal (Rogers 10-10) Los Angeles (John 13-3), AMERICAN LEAGUE '' East W L Pet. Boston , - 48 42 .533 Baltimore 47 42 .528. ' Cleveland 46 42 .523 1 Milwaukle 46 44 .511 2 New York 45 45 .500 ' 3 Detroit 44 46 .489 4 West Oakland 52 39 .571 -Kansas City 46 43 .517 5 Chicago 45 44 .506 6 TTexas 44 49 .473 9 Minnesota 43 49 .467 9 California 36 57 .387 17 Tuesday's Results . California 11, Cleveland 2 Oakland 4, Baltimore 3 New York 2, Texas 0 . Kansas City 5, Boston 4 ·'. Milwaukee 5, Minnesota 4 , Chicago 6, Detroil 0 Wednesday's Games Texas (Bibby 11-12) at New York GDoson 7-11) 1 California (Hassler 2-4) at 'Cleveland (J. Perry 9-7), N Oakland (Blue 9-9) at Baltimore (Cuellar 12-5), N Boston (Morel (2-3) or Wise 34) at Kansas City (Patlln 2-4), : N . . '. Milwaukee (Colmorn 6-5) at 'Minnesota (Blyltven 8-10), N - Detroit (Fryman 4-5) at Chicago (Wood 14-11), N GB Brush Back Pilch Causes Field Battle I f i r s t Victory TUCSAN, An/. (AP) -- Left" handcr Bob Hood of San Francisco, a Uniting pro for throe years, finally broke into Ihe winner's circle by jolting vetcr- an Jim Godmati of Vcro Beach, Fla., 245-203 in the championship game of Hit 447,000 Tucson Ouen bowling tournament. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., July 17. 1974 · FAYETTEWILLC, A R K A N S A S 17 Smith Drops Martin CHICAGO -- Top-seeded Stan Smith overcame serving trou- Mcs and won 11 thrcesel match over local favorite Billy Martin in the opening round of the $5.000 Invitational Tennis Festival. Ogilvie Signs STETTLER, Alta. -- For. ward Brian Ogilvie signed a * mulliyear contract with the St. I Louis Blues of the NaliwuJ I Hockey League lor more than I $750.000. I NATIONAL LEAGUE PITCHERS . . . Manager Yogi Berra has named eight National League pitchers for next Tuesday's All- Star baseball game in Pittsburgh. They are: Lynn McGlothen of St. Louis; Steve Carlton of Philadelphia; Steve Rogers of Montreal; Mike Marshall of Los Angeles; Andy. Messersmith of Los Angeles; John Matlack of New Yorfe; Ken Bret of Pittsburgh and Buzz Capra of Atlanta. ; . . (AP VJirephoto) Cards' McGlothen Chosen NL Hurlers Picked SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Los Angeles Dodger right-hand- ers Andy Messersmith, 10-2, and reliever Mike Marshall, 114, were among eight National League pitchers named today by Manager Yogi Berra for next Tuesday's All-Star base ball game at Pittsburgh. Only Messersmith and Philadelphia left-hander Steve Carlton, 11-7, have been on previous All-Star squads. Messersmith ras on the 1971 American jeague team but did not pilch. Carlson pitched in the 1968, 1969 nd 1972 games and got credit or a 9-3 victory in 1969. Other selections by Berra, miniinmiDinmn League Leaders National League BATTING (200 at bats)Garr. Atl, .367; R.Smith, StL, 329 RUNS--Rose, Cin, 60; Wynn, LA, 60; Brock, StL, 59; Bonds, SF, 59. RUNS BATTED IN--Cedeno, Htn. 73; Garvey, LA, 65. H I T S -- G a r r , Atl, 143; D.Cash, Phi, 117. DOUBLES--Cardenal, Chi, 24; A.Oliver, Pgh 22; Stennett, Pgh, 22; Maddox, SF, 22. TRIPLES--Garr, Atl. 12; D.Cash, Phi, 8. HOME RUNS--Wynn, LA, 20; Cedeno Htn, 19. STOLEN BASES--Brock, StL, 56; Morgan, Cin, 38. PITCHING (8 Decisions)-- Messrsmth, LA, 10-2, .833, 2.0 John, LA, 13-3, .813, 2.50. STRIKE OUTS-Carlton, Phi 137; Messrsmth, LA, 126. . American League BATTING (200 at bats)-Carew, Min, .378; Hargrove Tex. 330. RUNS--Campaneris, Oak, 58; D.Allen, Chi, 56. RUNS BATTED IN--Bur roughs, Tex, 71; D.Allen. Chi 63. HITS--Carew Min, 133; Riv ers, Cat. 105; Rudi, Oak. 105. DOUBLES--Rudi, Oak, 24; Briggs, Mil, 21; Healy, KC, 21; Carew. Min, 21; Burroughs Tex, 21. TRIPLES-Rivers, Cal 7 Otis, KC. 7; Hisle, Min, 6 Campaneris, Oak, 6. HOME RUNS-D.Allen, Chi 23; Mayberry, KC, 18. S T O L E N BASES--North Oak, 35; Campaneris, Oak, 24. PITCHING (8 Decisions)-- G.Perry, Cle, 15-2 .882 1 ii Spragut, Mil, 7-1, .875, 2.44. STRIKEOUTS-N.Ryan, Cal 193; G.Perry, Cle, 136. the New York. Met manager, 1 were left-handers Ken Rrett of Pittsburgh, 11-6, and Jon Matlack of New York, 8-6. and right-handers Buzz Capra of Atlanta, 9-4, Lynn McGlolhen of St. Louis, 12-5. and Steve Rogers of Montreal, 10-10. -Marshall, at 31 the oldest of the NL All-Star pitching choices, has appeared in 61 games and set a major league record by pitching in 13 straight from June 18 to July 3. The former Montreal reliever has 13 saves and an earned-run average of 2.39 for 113 innings. Messersmith, 28, and Carlton, 29, are among the league lead- ers in strikeouts. Messersmith's ERA is 1.96 and Carlton's 3.11. Capra, 26, who moved into the Braves' starting rotation in May and won the NL Player of the Month award for June, has the league's best ERA--1.86. Brett, also 26, has a 2.76 ERA and is one of the best hitting pitchers in baseball. McGlothen, Matlack and Rogers are all 24 and give the NL pitching staff a youthful average age of 26%. Matlack, a hard thrower who came into his own last year in the playoff with Cincinnati and the World Series against Oakland, has the best ERA of the three, 2.59. RonLyle Pounds Ellis For Victory DENVER (AP) -- Ron Lyle daggering his much lighter op- jonent with repeated cpm- inalions, scored a unanimous decision" over a flatfooted Jimmy Ellis in a 12-round heavy- veight bout Tuesday night. Lyle won the fight 59-55. 58-52 and 59-52 in the judges' scoring. Ellis, a former World Boxing Association heavyweight cham- lion, . never really got un- racked in the fight except for .he ninth round. The Louisville, y., boxer h u r t Lyle with a eft-right combination to the lead, but Lyle hung .on for the :inal minute in the round. Lyle, of Denver, scored repeatedly with sharp jabs that snapped Ellis' head hack. In he sixth round, Lyle staggered Ellis with a right hook to the lead, then a combination to the jaw, but Ellis clinched and survived the round. Lyle outweighed Ellis by almost 22 pounds. The Denver fighter weighed in a 215'/j pounds to Ellis' I93W. Lyle's record is now 28-1-1 Ellis is 39-10-1. Both Lyle and Ellis hac hoped Tuesday night's bou 1 would earn them a title fighi with world champion George Foreman. Each fighter was try ing to make a comeback. Ellis won the VVBA title ir 1568 in a decision over Jerry Quarry, but he has failed to win the big fights since then. Lyle's hopes for a title bou dimmed when he lost a decision to Quarry in Madison Square Garden. The only other blemisl on his record is a draw will Gregorio Peralta. Lyle is ranked fifth by thi WBA and third by the Worli Boxing Council. Ellis is eight] in the WBA and seventh in thi WBC. Fast Pitch Softball , Interstate Systems of.Rogers gave the Washington County Observer their first men's fast pitch soflball league loss of tha season Tuesday evening.7-5. In the older game Baldwin picked up a Ihree inning 5-1 victory over Auto Parts. Kent Doss' grand slam homer in the second inning helped Interstate, lo a six run inning and the victory. Johnny Peacock, who gave up 11 hits, was the winning pitcher. The Observer, down 7-1 in the seventh inning, almost won when Charlie Smith led off with a solo homer,. .Tom Tisdale singled and Norm Debryin followed with another homer lo make il 7-4. Jerry Jenings was hit by a pitch, worked his way ·round the bases and eventually ·tote home on an error before Interstate produced the thirc out and the victory , Fayetteville Stars Succumb To Errors SPR1NGDALE -- The Fay etleville Babe Ruth All-Star fell victim to a costly rash errors as they dropped a 12- decision to the Springdale Al Stars in the Districl Babe Rut Tournamenl Tuesday evening. Springdale produced only fou earned runs during the gam and ha dfive runners reac base via errors. In addilio Ihree runs were scored becaus of errors. Darrell Strange was th losing pitcher. Strange an Terry Fraley both had double to lead the offense. Fayelteville will sec aclio again tonight at Springdale Jaycce Field when they pla Arkhoma. WFL Teams Prepare For Second Round In Inaugural Season By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tens of players spilled onto the field, paired off in half a dozen skirmishes and traded lots of punches in Milwaukee after the Brewers' Bob Co luccio, target of a brusbback pitch, was hit in the head. The excitement in Milwaukt began when Coluccio came up to the plate in the seventh inning after striking singles in his three previous at bats. Ra^ Corbin was on the mound for Minnesota. One of Corbin's pitches struck Coluccio, dropping him to the dirt and knocking his helmet 10 feel away. "I was just trying to brush him back," Corbin said after the Brewers edged the Twins 54. "Certainly, I'm sorry about what happened. Elsewhere in the American League, the California Angels routed the Cleveland Indians 11-2; the Oakland A's nipped the Baltimore Orioles 4-3; the New York Yankees blanked the Texas Rangers 2-0: the Kansas City Royals shaded the Boston Red Sox 5-4 and the Chicago White Sox downed the Detroit Tigers 6-0. ' . . Coluccio was knocked unconscious for several moments, but was able to leave the.field under his own power. He was taken to the hospital for precautionary X-rays. A's 4, ORIOLES 3 Rollie Fingers is getting back to basics--his fastball. Fingers, the bullpen .ace of the defending world champions, ^reserved Oakland's victory over Baltimore, notching, his seventh save after replacing Ken the eighth inning, displaying fast and effective relief work. ANGELS 11, INDIANS Z' After 10 straight losses under new manager. Dick 'Williams, California has won five of its last six. including the Angels' romp over Cleveland. The big hitter Tuesday night was Joe Lahoud, with a pair of two-runh ofpspunsmeo irrto two-run homers in .support.'of Frank Tanana's six-inning relief stint. ROYALS 5, RED SOX 4 After some early trouble, Steve Busby made a lot .of good pitches. Busby's manager then made a good pitch of his own. "If Buzz is left off the All- Star team, the American League has made a mistake;" said Kansas-City Manager Jack McKeon. YANKEES 2, RANGERS 0 George "Doc" Medich continued his recent domination over Texas . Medich tossed a five-hitter and Sandy Alomar and Bobby Murcer drove in third-inning runs off 19-year-old David Clyde, leading New York past Ttxas. WED.,THURS, FRU SAT. DAK CHOPPED PORK l-lb. Reg. 1.18 1 07 5-Gal. Plastic Milk Container Trash CAN 1 93 PLASTIC FLATWARE 24-Pc. Reg. 92 76' y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The World Football League, hich raised more than a few yebrows with an impressive rst round of games lasl week, be out to prove that was no uke when play resumes onight with five, games spread rom coast to coast. Last week's six WFL openers rew nearly a quarter of a mil- on people, averaging over 40, 00 per game. The fledgling oop doesn't expect the num- ers to be quite as high this me around, partly because a ouple of smaller stadiums are eing used tonight. But near capacity crowds are nticipated al New York, De- roil and Anaheim, which will e getting their first live look 1 the WFL. Tonighl's schedule lists the 'hiladelphia Bell at the Houson Texans, the Birmingham imericans at the New York itars, the Florida Blazers at he Detroit Wheels, the Jack- onville Sharks at the Chicago ? ire and the Hawaiians al the iouUicrn California Sun. In Thursday night's nation- illy televised game, the Port- and Storm will meet the South- men at Memphis. There will be acrobats, a ock music group and nickel ·eer at the Astrodome, where he Houston Texans will be making their home debut. The Texans declined to predict an attendance figure, but the best ;uess is it will be around 20, iOO, less than half the Astro dome's capacity. Philadelphia, an impressive 13-8 winner over Porlland las veek, boasts a solid attack niilt around the passing of Jiir "King" Corcoran, who com 24x151/2x66" White Utility CABINET Regular 39.45 34 96 4 1 24x30x36" White Base CABINET Reg. 39.54 34 96 30"x19"x63" WARDROBE CABINET 28 96 100-75-60 Watt LIGHT BULBS Reg. 34* 00 Velvet SWIVEL ROCKER Reg. 58.88 54 98 Village Blacksmith HEDGE TRIMMER 13" Single Edge Reg. 11.88 9 97 Hwy. 71 B North at Rolling Hills Drive in Fayetteville, Arkansas pleled 21 of 38 for 227 yards ast week. Houston, meanwhile vas a disappointing 17-0 loser o Chicago in its opener. The New York Stars say they ixpect, close to a capacity crowd at 32,000-seat Downing Stadium on Randalls Island, vhich they have spent $600,000 n refurbishing. ; Birmingham beat Southern California has a number of fain- liar names, including quarterback George Mira and running jacks Charley Harraway and Paul Robinson. New York's de- iense, led by veterans John Elliott and Gerry Philbin, looked imposing in the Stars' opener 14-7 loss to Jacksonville. A near-sellout crowd of about 20,000 is anticipated for De- .roit's home opener at Eastern Michigan University. Detroit was beaten 34-15 by Memphis last week. Virgil Carter, who hit on 21 of 34 passes for 184 yards and two touchdowns last week, leads the Chicago Fire against Jacksonville, quarterbacked by Kay Stephenson. A crowd of about 30,000 is ex- peeled al Soldier Field. Southern California and the Hawaiians are both looking for their first victory before an expected near-capacity crowd of 40.000 at Anaheim Stadium. Southern California's offense features the passing combination of Tony Adams and Dave Williams and the running of former UCLA stars Kermit Johnson and James McAlister. Coach Mike Giddings' Hawaiians are quarterbacked by former Mississippi star Nqrris Weese. Derek Williams gained 94 yards last week and is their top running threat. Little League Play Resumes Little League action continued Tuesday evening at Walker Park as Holsum Bread belted he Jaycees 12-0. Jerry Shackleford was the winning pitcher and Roger Foster the loser. Aaron Clark and Darren Ray both doubled 'or the winners. Warner Cable and Red Ball battled to an 8-8 deadlock after nine innings of play. Randy Salsbury was the pitcher for Warner while Blake Kinsey handled the chore (or Red Ball. David Baird, Trent Trumbo and Danny Button doubled for Warner while teammates Trumbo and Daxton Weir tripled. Jon Hrlan and Bobby Little doubled for Red Ball. Coca Cola defeated Lewis Ford 9-3. Jimmy Steele ab sorbed the loss for Lewis while Doug Faires doubled for the winners and Joe Buche doubled 'or Lewis Ford. .In the f i n a l game Kelley Brothers bounced Cravens 9-2. Chris Cook was the winning pitcher and Denny Wood the loser. Tommy Deffenbaugh doubled for the (winners. In games played Monday evening the Evening Lions blasled the Elks club 14-5, Greers defeated McDonalds 81, Campbell-Bell lopped Seven Up 7-fi and the Fayetleville Fire Department clipped Fayetteville Plumbing 14-4. FOR A78-13 plus $1,80 F.E.T, per tirf and tires off your car f*OLYGIAS WHITEWALLS PICK A PAIR NOW America's Best-Selling Tire... Custom Power Cushion Pofyglas A terrific Iraclion tire » DouUc-iofted let atrengft · Polyester cord body lor rid a inm'57 p*« (2J35 to $2,25 F.E.T. |*r tire, depending OR size SrZES 7.00-13, B7M4, C73-14, 2FOR68 pl« 52.67 to 52.97 r.EJt. Wf i\ie, depending M size SIZES G78-U.G7B-1S, K7S-I4, K7S-! 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