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28 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., July 2T, 19741 FAVETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Mike Gaspeny "/Harris Hastens Team To Legion Tournament THE COACH: Thickly built Dick Harris has been rarely ^without three lliings this sum. 'ificr: a chaw of Beechnut toba- 'cco, everprcsent sunglasses and an exceptional American Legion ·team that has won 27 out of 35 games. Harris docs everything for the College Club con- ''tingency but bat clean-up. The ~chief executive also serves as '"the ground crew, \yatcring and liming the Legion field and patching holes in the backstop with 'strips of green canvas. " The team is a loose con- 'federation of styles and personalities bound together by a man who "likes to work with kids and a 'zeal for baseball. In an era when athletes of all ages are proclaiming their libera- 'tlon Harris 1 most intense concern is trying to find the fragile Jbalance between consideration ^for his players and the main tenance of team discipline. "We "fry lo lake a fun apprach." the coach says. "We don't believe , '.'fn a 'win at all coals' policy. 1 ; But, unlike other mentors who ' Ihave adopted a new humility ; toward eccentric behavior ·Harris will not tolerate out -bursts of dissatisfaction. After · a. recent game, he delivered t ! lengthy, scolding oration to hi: Ueam. It wasn't the loss tha ^angered Harris, but rather tin t displays of helmet slinging ;dirt kicking and umpire baiting : IThe normally high character o ;;the team had cracked and th '·coach meant to heal the splii '·Nobody stirred on the bencl ·^during the speech, and one hai Slfie sense that esprit would sooi be restored. . THEY WANT TO PLAY What Harris likes about hi team is that his boys "wan to play" -- an unsuual qualit nowadays-- and that they "ar smart, baseball-wise." He justifiably proud of the fusip of strong pitching, opportuni; tic offense and slick defense Surprisingly enough, there neilher a weak hitter nor fielde in Harris' line-up. The team doesn't depend on the produ tion of one or two men. Eac victory has been accopplishd b the efficient performances r rnany players. Thus the coach preoccupation with team pla and morale has been embodie · on the field. THE PLAYERS: INFIELD '(I) Catcher: Larry Atha; la and limber for a backstop, excels at the plate and in th field. Larry leads the team average (.466) and RBI (29 ) First: Rick Karnbach: this rk-haired moppet specializes whatever the team needs. He veeps up wild throws, steals ase hits and runs the bases !e a mad gypsy. His .365 verage consists mainly of rong-field singles in timely tuations. (3) Second: Randy ortcr: highly competent in the eld and a usually effective ad-off man. Porter has been agued by an unaccustomed atting slump lately. (4) Short: ;ob Stephens: a smooth, rangy ielder and a reliable bals- lan (.290), Stephens occas- mally pitches, too. (5) Third: tfark Prenger; possessing a trong arm and an equally po- ent bat, Prenger owns a .353 verage that includes numerous xtra-base hits and four hom- rs -- the team high. TAYLOR VERSATILE OUTFIELD: Left:- (6) Rick Jaylor: leading the team in sto- en bases, this versatile performer doubles as a very effective hird pitcher, crafting a 4-0 re- ord with a 2.04 E.R.A. (7) Cen- Indians Take Wild Victory Over Oakland CLEVELAND (AP) -- John Ellis drove in five runs Saturday, two of Ihem with a two-out single in the bottom of the ninth inning, to lead the Cleveland Indians to a wild 10-9 victory oVer the Oakland A's. The Indians had taken an 8-7 lead in the bottom of the eighth inning of the nationally televised game on Oscar Gamble's sacrifice fly but run-scoring hits' by Angel Mangual and Sal Bando in the ninth inning vaulted Oakland in front. In the bottom of the ninth, Rusty Torres led off with a single and, when first baseman Joe Rudi made a wild throw on Frank Duffy's bunt, the runners wound up on second and third. Rollie Fingers, 7-3, bore down and got George Hendrick on a foul pop-up, struck out Charlie Spikes. But Ellis punched a single to right-center for the tying and winning runs. The Indians, on the strength of two-run homers by Ellis and Spikes, jumped to a 6-0 lead against Ken Holtzman after three innings. The A's closed the gap to 6-2 in the fifth on Claudell Washington's two-run single. The Indians made it 7-2 in the bottom Hess Leads .S. Boxers MILWAUKEE (AP) '-- The United States, led by 1976 Olympic hopefuls Mike Hess and "Sugar Hay" Leonard, won eight of I t weight clssses Saturday in the nationally. televised finals of the North American C o n t i n e n t a l Boxing Championships. Iless, 17, of Albany.kOre., and defetnding . North American champion at 119 pounds, movcc up one class lliis year anc scored a technical knockout over Camil · Huard of Canada after, two rounds. Leonard, junior welterweight at · 139 pounds from Palmer Park, Md., scored a TKO a 2:31 of the fir§t round ovei Robert Proulx of Canada to boost his amateur record to 83 3. Winners here are expected fr participate in the World Boxing Championships in Cuba. Other at II 1 TKO's came pounds, where Derrick Holme of Washington, stopped Wilfrei Gomez of Puerto Rico with tw seconds left in the first roum and at 165, where Stanlc filltarhsbn of Canada was eclared the winner over Gary \lexander. Alliance, Ohio, ' at :20 of the second round. All the international bouts ere scheduled for three three- ninute rounds. U.S. victories by decisions vere.. scored by: Albert San- oval of Pomona,' Calif., over \ngel Torres' of Puerto Rico at 100 pounds; Greg Richardson, Yoiingslown, Ohio, over Ian Clyde of Canada at 112; Clinton lackson, Evergreen, Ala., over Leo Pelietier of Canada at 147, and- over at 178.- Mike Bryan Dokes, Gibson Cleveland, of Canada Dwain Bonds of Detroit won the heavyweight division. by default when his Puerto Rican opponent failed to appear. At 132 pounds, defending champion Jose Vcllori of Puerto R i c o decisioned Graham Moughton of Bermuda, who had won three English national titles before moving to Bermuda, and at 156 Wilfred Guzman of Puerto Rico decis- ioned Henry Bunch ol Washington. er: Shelby Sizemore: an ex- ellent hitter (.381) who is even more remarkable as a beefy lycatcher who agilely presides ver the alleys and throws with orce and precision. (8) Jackie Davis: the curley-haired jester of the team, Davis is an ag- ^ressive competitor with a crack arm and an able bat ..326). Davis' spirit has a unify- ng influence on the team. PITCHERS: (1) Lawson Osburn: The College Club stopper vhose outstanding record (9-4; 1.53 E.R.A.) Is somehow less mposing thn his regal presence on the mound. He pads the hill .ike a prince pacing a game preserve'. The hitters .are both ills subjects and prey. The un- 'lappable righthander shows batters plenty of-his back along with a variety of pitches ser-' ved at different speeds from several angles. All four of his losses have been by one run. (2) Brian Holt: a blond sixteen- year-old ready to accede to Osburn's throne, Holt has been the surprise of the team with a 7 : 2 record and 3.30 E.R.A. THE D I S T R I C T TOURNAMENT: Because of its league leading status. College Club has drawn a bye in the first round of the competition to be waged this week at Springdale. On Tuesday. Fayetteville will play the winner of Monday's Springdale-\Vest Fork contest. Game time is 4:30. . of the fifth on Ellis' run-scoring single. But in the sixth, Oakland chased Indians' starter Fritz Peterson, with Bill North's solo homer. Gene Tenace's two-run shot and Ted Kubiak's run-scoring single, then the A's tied it in the eighth when Reggie Jackson doubled, stole third and continued home on Ellis' wild throw into left field. Bucs Nip Braves For 7th Straight Cleveland General Manager Awards Bosman New Contract CLEVELAND (AP) -- General Manager Phil Seghi of the Cleveland Indians ripped up pitcher Dick Bosnian's contract Saturday and made him richer by about $1,500 because of his no-hit performance against the Oakland A's Friday night. Sunday Starters By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE Oakland (Blue 9-9) at Cleveland (Arlin 2-4) Minnesota (Blylcven 9-10) at Detroit (Walker 4-1) California (Hassler 2-4) at Baltimore (McNally 8-6) Kansas City (Briles 2-3) at New York (Dobson 7-11) Milwaukee (Colborn 6-6 ; Champion 4-1 at Chicago (Kaat 10-6 and Bahnsen 8-11), 2 Boston (Lee 10-8) at Texas (Hargan 85), N NATIONAL LF.AGUE Houston (Dierker 6-5) at St Louis (Forsch 1-2) Pittsburgh (Ellis 4-8) at At lanta (Harrison 6-11) Chicago (Burris 3-3) at Cin cinnati (Gullett 1-6) Montreal (Rogers 10-10 and Blair 4-2) at San Franciso (Barr 6-5 and D'Acquislo 7-7), 2 New York (Parker 3-8) a San Diego (Greif 4-11) Philadelphia (Lonborg 11-9! at Los Angeles (Downing 3-3) NBA Players Accept MONTICELLO. N.Y. (AP) National Basketball Associatio players Cazzie Russell, Do Nelson, Jo Jo White, Paul Sila and Doug Collins have accepte Invitations to play in the 16t annual Maurice Stokes Me morial benefit game here Aug 13, it was announced Saturday. Wood, Allen Pace Chisox Over Brewers ATLANTA (AP) -- Willie SI a r g e 11 greeted Atlanta reliever Danny Frisella with a lead-off home run in the llth inning, enabling the Pittsburgh Pirates to defeat the Atlanta Braves 7-6 Saturday night for t h e i r seventh consecutive victory. The BBraves tied the score on Ball In The Side Pocket Diane Patterson of Longvlew, Tex., an alternate .starter in the U.S. Women's Open Golf Championship, (akcs a peak at her golf ball in the apron pocket of concessionaire John Cole of Fort Worth. The errant hall bounced off u spec- (atbr onto the counter of the concession stand and then Inlo (lie packet of Cole. Miss Paid-son played the hall from outside penalty photo) the stand without a stroke. (AP Wire- CHICAGO Wood, with ' (AP) - - Wilbur help from Bucky Dent's bat, hurled the Chicago White Sox to a 3-2 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers Saturday, winning his 16lh game of the season, tops in the major leagues. Dent's single with two out in the seventh broke a 2-2 tie and scored Carlos May . with the winning run. . The knuckleballing' Wood gave up seven hits. He fell behind in the fifth, however, when Milwaukee got a pair of runs on two hits. Bob Coluccio, who got to first base on a forceout, and Pedro Garcia, who walked, both advanced on a wild pitch, then scored on Robin Yount's single. · , The .,White .Sox, who had opened the icoring in the first inning single, on Ron Sanlo's tied the score on RBI Dick It's illegal to give bonuses, so was necessary- to put the igher figure into a new con- ract. "He (Seghi) came through on he new contract," Bosnian aid. "And he thanked me for :aying in shape while I wasn't member of the club's starting ota tion." Bosman came to the Indians ast year from Texas with a 2-5 ecord. He continued downhill vhen he arrived in Cleveland, yinning only one of nine deci- ions. This season, he's only had ive starts and appeared in 12 ;ames. He credits the Success Moli- /ation Institute in Waco, Tex. vith helping him stick out those onely days in the bullpen. HELPS SET GOALS "It's a course that I got in .'olved with because of a friend about two years ago," said the 0-year-old right-hander. "It lelps you set goals and teaches you how to achieve them. It vorks not only in sports, but in my family life and in the busi- Texas Rangers Down Boston Sox BY U ARLINGTON, Tex. (AP) -L e n n y Burroughs Randle and each collected Jeff three hils in an 11-hit Texas attack to pace the Hangers to an 8-C victory over the Boston Red Sox Saturday night. · . . Jim Bibby posted his 13th victory against 12 losses while holding the Red Sox to seven hits Four Boston runs came with two out in the ninth, three on Dick McAuliffo's pinch homer. Randle · knocked in two runs with a double and Burroughs pounded his 16th home run of the season as Texas chased Ivan Murrell's pinch homer off Ramon Hernandez with two out in the eighth. It was only his second home run of, the season and came after Marty Perez opened the inning with a double and Paul Casanova bunted a pop fly into a double play. Pittsburgh had taken a 6-5 lead in the seventh when Frank Taverns was hit by a pitch, stole second and scored on Bob Robertson's pinch double. The Pirates, who blew a four- run first-inning lead, gained a 5-5 deadlock in the third on Stargell's double and a single by Richie Zisk, who drove in two runs with a single in the first. - ' The Braves jumped on Bruce Kison for five unearned runs with two out in the second. Dusty Baker opened with a single, Perez was hit by a pitch and Casanova reached when s e c o n d baseman Ronnie Stennett hobbled his bonucer for an error, loading the bases. · ' Ralph Garr then drilled a triple over, the first base bag Mltterwald Rallies Cubs Over Cincinnati CINCINNATI (AP) -- Georg Mitterwald drove in two run with an eighth-inning single and two more with home runs in the ninth as the Chicago Cubs mauled Cincinnati's relief corps for nine runs in the final two i n n i n g s Saturday crushing the Reds 11-6.. Cincinnati starter Cla. pitched five hitless-innings and took a 4-2 lead into the eighth but walked,Billy Williams with and scored on Darrell Evans. a single by _ Harnk Aaron drove in Robinson with a bad- hop single off Rich Hebner's glove at thirdi Aaron set a major league record by playing in the 3,034th game of his baseball career. Ty Cobb held the old standard with 3,033. one out and Clay Carroll. was replaced Jose Cardenal greeted. Carroll with a double and Andre Thornton singled- one run across and took second on the throw home. After an intentional walk Bill Madlock, . rookie \V McEnaney replaced Carroll and fanned pinch-hitter Car Fanzone for the second Mitlerwald, a n o I I y e r f hitter, then greeted P Borbon. the fourth pitcher the inning, with a two-run blo single and Don . Kessinger's single brought the fourth Allen's solo homer in the sixth off loser Clyde Wright, 8-12. -It was Allen's 25th of the baseball season, tops in either league. Dallas Widens NASL Lead With 4-1 Decision DALLAS (AP) - The Dallas Tornado utlized three goals in thet final 10 minutes of nlay *o snatch a Louis in 4-1 victory over the sweltering ness world." During the off season, he studied the institute's course and began a rigorous physical raining schedule. "You know I had some arm rouble last season," he said. 'I went to see Dr. George Rosa, the old team doctor from Washington and he put me on a scries of weightlifting programs to help my arm. I jogged every morning with my father-in-law and came to spring training about 10 pounds lighter this season." Bosnian's family had come from Kenosha, Wis., to see the game Friday. He said that his family always visits him one week during the season no matter where he is playing. "He's had a bunch of one-hitters, but never a no-hitter, not even in high school ball or sandlots," said Bosnian's father, George. "But iie always said he would pitch one." degree heat Saturday night in Texas Stadium. A crowd of 76,088 watched an even battle for the 'first 80 minutes. St. Louis almost scored in the 40th minute as Al Trost's head show banged against the crossbar and bounced back to goalie Ken Cooper. The score was 0-0 at halftime although both teams had several scoring opportunities. Dallas scored first in the 51st minute as David Chadwick broke loose and rifled a shot by St. Louis goalie Mike Win ters from 15 yards out to make it 1-0. St. Louis scored the equalizer n 58th minute as Gene Geimer passed the ball .to Bokins who Boston starter and loser Reggie Cleveland, 7-8, in a four-run fifth inning that wrapped up the Texas scoring. Dave Nelson drove in three runs with a sacrifice fly and a. two-run double. : Rick Burleson singled home Boston runs in the. second and ninth innings and Dwight Evans collected an RBI grounder the third. Handle's tie-breaking double gave Texas a 4-2 lead in the R a n g e r s ' three-run third. Burroughs ied off the fifth with a towering home run. A single by Handle and first baseman Cecil Cooper's boot of a ground ball set the stage for Nelson's two run double. Boston center fielder Rick Miller dropped Jim Sundberg's liner for another error to allow Nelson to score. Tenth Straight Victory RUIDOSO DOWNS, N.M. (AP) -- Tiny's Gay posted the top qualifying .time Saturday at Ruidoso. Downs ;'rac'e .'track in the five trials races held for the Rainbow Futurity. The colt zipped to a 2'4 length victory in the f o u r t h - race to up his career mark to 10 wins in 10 starts. Home. l£^ uns and in ubs rps two trlif ?nt, rby and »hth vith by ·roll orn- and me. to Will men out, inch 3dr( * o )loo[ ger's rm ·111K V U U 3 l.ag£CU U U I H U 1 1 l u l ive more runs in the ninth on ingles by Monday and Cardenal, Thornton's double, an nfield hit by Madlock, Fanzone's sacrifice fly and Mitter- vald's fifth home run of the season. Kessin'ger spoiletd Kirby's litless skein when he legged out an infield hit that second baseman Joe Morgan back-handed behind the bag but his throw 1 was just too late. One out later. Rick Monday beat out a bunt and .Williams spoiled Kirby's shutout with a single thai scored Kessinger and chopped the Reds lead to 4-1. 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