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10 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Men., July 22, 1974 FAYETTtVILLt. ARKANSAS niniiiiiiiin in inviiiiniiniiiiuinuiiiiiiiiiinini· milni 1 Professional Baseball National League East W I, Pet. 49 46 .516 46 49 .484 45 48 .484 45 49 GB Philaphia St. Louis Montreal Pittsburgh Chicago New York West Los Angeles 63 34 Cincinnati Houston Atlanta San Fran San Diego 3 3 . .. .479 3'A 41 52 .441 7 40 52 . .435 7K .649 .592 .526 .505 ·459 5V4 12 14 58 40 51 46 50 49 ,.,,,, 43 58 .426 22" Saturday's Games St. Louis 6, Houston 5 Montreal 3, San Francisco 2 Chicago 11, Cincinnati 6 Pittsburgh 7, Atlanta 6, 11 innings . Philadelphia 5, Los Angeles 2 New York 10, San Diego 2 Sunday's Games St. Louis 9, Houston 1 Pittsburgh 6, Atlanla 2 Cincinnati 8, Chicago 2 San Francisco 4-2, Montreal 0-0 San Diego 7, New York 3 Philadelphia 2, Los Angeles 1 Monday's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Game All-Star Game at Pittsburgh, N Cincy Narrows Margin By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Philadelphia Phillies and os Angeles Dodgers a re. lead- ng their respective divisions in he National League--and that means that the Phillies -should meet the Cincinnati Reds in the 17 American League East W L Pet. GB Boston 50 45 .526 Baltimore 49 45 .521 Vi Cleveland 48 45 .516 1 New York "48 47 .505 2 Milwaukee 47 48 .495 3 Detroit 45 50 .474 5 West Oakland 55 41 .573 -· Chicago 49 45 .521 5 Kan City 47 47 .500 7 Texas 48 50 .490 8 Minnesota 47 50 .485 California 39 59 .398 Saturday's Results Cleveland 10, Oakland.9 New York 6, Kansas City 2 Chicago 3, Milwaukee 2 California 2-2, Baltimore 0-5 Minnesota 12, Detroit 6 Texas 8, Boston 6 Sunday's Kesults Oakland 6, Cleveland 3 Minnesota 10, Delroil 7 California 6, Baltimore 4 New York 5, Kansas City 4 Chicago 6-3, Milwaukee 2-5 Texas 2, Boston 1 Monday's Games No 'games scheduled Tuesday's Game All-Star Game at Pittsburgh OUT AT THE PLATE ;. .St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Mike Tyson is out at home plate in the eighth inning oj Sunday afternoon's game with the Houston Astros. Cardinal pitcher Bob Forsch hit a ball back to brother, Houston pitcher, Ken.Forsch who threio io home to get Tyson. Houston's catcher is'Milt M a y - · - · - · · . Tyson Finally Breaks Loose To Power St. Louis Past Houston ST. LOUIS (AP) - Scrappy Mike Tyson says he's happy the Houston Astros' Larry Dierker buzzed him with a fastball Sunday. Fooled by " t h e 1-1'pitch, the St. '.Louis Cardinals, shortstop Uned a .double over' first, base and headed his team to a 9-1 National League triumph. "He threw it in on me," said Tyson, whose blast scored Iwo second-inning runs and snapped a 1-1 deadlock. "It sort of jammed me and I just barely got around on it," he added, "but I think I was about due for something like that to happen to me." Tyson, like the resl of the Cardinals, had heen locked in a midseasqn slump until he delivered a single, double and triple to ramrod a 14-hit attack. Prominent also in a fusillade N League Leaders American League BATTING ' (225 at bats)-Carew, Min, .382; Ystrzmski, Bsn, .331. RUNS--D.Allen, Chi, 60; Ystrzmski, Bsn, 59; Rivers j a c k i n g right-hander B o b Porsch, 2-2, wore home runs off .he bats of Ken Reitz, who con- ected in the sixth, and Jose Cruz, whose blow was in the eighth. Dierker, 6-6, dueled the 24- year-old Forsch until Reitz' liomer, his third, opened a 5-1 Cards bulge. Tyson's single led to another run in the same inning, Jerry DaVanon scored in the seventh and Cruz, a late-inning replacement for Lou Brock, followed the Tyson triple with an inside- the-park homer. Both Cruz and Tyson, who also sparkled afield, were mired In 3-for-23 slumps. I've been hitting the ball hard," observed Tyson, who started the day with a .197 batting average, "but it seems like every time I have it's been But Dodgers Still In Front By 5 T /2 Girls Softball ELKINS -- West Fork's Jun or Miss girls Softball team de "eated Elkins 20-1 to end the .974 season. West Fork wrapped up their fourth consecutive eague championship with their 32nd straight win spanning four seasons. Dena Dennis was the winning pitcher while Sandy Scranton was charged with the.loss. Deh nis, Jeanne Sizemore and La Donna Cornelius all had home runs while Hena McAdoo, Susie Rollins, Deborah Mullins and Ronda Crisswell all had two flits. Teresa King, Becky Higgs and Sandy Scranton. all had hits for Elkins. : The Girls Softball League will liold a combination picnic anc awards day Saturday at the City Park with season awards and player participation certificates to be presented. Courageous Runs Record To 11-4 right at somebody. At least I haven't been striking out lately," the 24 year-old inficlder noted. "It's matter of building your .con fidence back up." The confidence of the 6-foot-4 Forsch was bolstered, mean while, by Tyson's spectacula catch of Cesar Cedeno's loopin drive to shallow left field in the third inning. With Dicrker at third base and the score 3-1, Tyson outran the ball and snared it backhanded with a last-second lunge as it descended for an apparent hit. : ' "It kept drifting and I didn't think I had a chance," Tyson said. "I thought I was going to have to leave my feet and dive for it." "Everybody did well defensively, and Mike had a fantastic day," acknowledged Forsch, who pitched an eight-hitter. "Who knows what the next guy up would've done if Cedeno had reached base'." Little League Playoff Games With the regular season ovei Little League playoff action gets underway tonight at Wai ker Park with two games on the schedule. At 6:00 The Even ing Lions take on Holsum Brea' and at 8:00 Campbell Bell tack les Seven Up. Cal, 59; Campaneris, Oak, 59. RUNS BATTED IN--Burroughs, Tex, 73; D.Allen, Chi, 70. HITS--Carew, Min, 143; Rivers, Cal, 112. DOUBLES--Rudi. Oak, 56; Briggs, Mil, 22; Carew, Min, 22. TRIPLES--Rivers, Cal, 7; Otis, KC, 7; Wohlford, KC, 6; Hisle, Min, 6; Darwin, Min, 6; Campaneris, Oak, 6. HOME HUNS--D.Allen, Chi, 26; Mayberry, KC, 19. S T O L E N BASES--North Oak, 36; Rivers, Cal, 24; Camp aneris, Oak, 24. PITCHING (9 Decisions)-- G.Perry, Cle, 15-3, .833, 1.47 Sprague, Mil, 7-2, .778. 2.48. STRIKEOUTS--N-Ryan, Cal, 201; G.Perry, Cle, 141; Blyleven, Min, 141. National League . BATTING (225 at bats)Garr, Atl, .363; Zisk, Pgh, .330. RUNS--Morgan, Cin, 63; Rose, Cin, 63; Cedeno, Htn, 62; Bonds, SF, 62. RUNS BATTED IN--Cedeno, Htn, 75; Wynn, LA, 69. HITS -- G a r r , Atl, 149; D.Cash, Phi, 124. DOUBLES--Cardenal, Chi, 25; A.Oliver, Pgh, 23; Maddox, SF, 23. TRIPLES--Garr, Atl, 13; D.Cash, Phi, 8; A.Oliver, Pgh, 8. HOME RUNS--Wynn, LA, 21; Schmidt, Phi, 19; Cedeno, Htn, 19. STOLEN BASES--Brock, StL, 60; Morgan, Cin, 40. PITCHING (9 Decisions)-- Messrsmth, LA, 11-2, .846, 2.21 John, LA, 13-3, .813, 2-58. STRIKEOUTS--Carlton, Phi 140; Messrsmth, LA, 136. NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) -Courageous continued its good record, Valiant continued its bad luck and lime trials continued on Rhode 'Island Sound. ..^.Courageous, a new aluminum '·12-met e r yacht, raced to two easy victories Sunday over Valiant, which was hit by another stroke of bad fortune, in the America's Cup observation Valiant, which had been in a collision with Intrepid three days ago, sustained minor damage to her keel and rudder while being lowered into the water at the Newport shipyard A steel cable on transporting vehicle mobile broke dropping the yacht five feet into the water. The damage to her keel and rudder was not sufficient to prevent her frorr racing but apparently slower her up considerably. Final Round 68 OTTAWA (AP) -- Moe Nor man of Gilford, Ont., held of defending champion Bob Pan asiuk of Windsor, Ont., Sunday for a final-round 68 and a two shot victory in the $30,000 Cana dian Professional Golfers' Asso ciation championships. Dart Throwers BOSTON (AP) -- Lane Smith of Washington, D.C., cap hired the New England Ope Darts Championship here thi wekend, outthrowing U.S. da ting greats Joe Baltadanis an Bob Thiede and defehdirf champion George Silberzahn. More than 300 throwers fron throughout the country partic pated in the two-day tourna ment that ended Sunday. layoffs, right? Normally, the earns that are in first place at All-Star break meet for the eague title in the fall. But the National League West ace is something else. The lodgers, who lost to the East- eading Phillies 2-1 Sunday, are V'z games ahead of the Reds at lis point. Ironically, that's 'here they were at this time ast year, when the Reds rased the Dodgers' lead with a econd-half rally. Los Angeles Manager Walt \lston might see the similarity ut .won't recognize it publicly. le just brings up that familiar 'aseball refrain: "I'd sure ather be 5',4 games ahead than ' l /z games behind." The Dodgers, who held an 3%-game at one stage last sea ion, have ibeen up by as much as 10% over the Reds this year But, like last year, they've lost big part of their.lead by All Star time. In other National 'League James, the St. Louis Cardinals eat the Houston Astros 9.-1 the Pittsburgh Pirales slopped the Atlanta Braves C-2; the Cincinnati Reds walloped the Chicago Cubs 8-2, the San Francisco Giants Wanked the Montreal Expos twice, 4-0 and 2-0 md the San Diego Padres beat he New York Mels 7-3. PIRATES 6, BRAVES 2 Richie Hebner drilled four :ilts. including a pair of home runs, and scored four runs, .riggcring Pittsburgh over Atlanta. Manager Eddie Mathews of the Braves was fired after :he game. Dock Ellis 5-8, limited the Braves to five hits as the Pi- Beaver Level Beaver Lake 1 e v e 1 stood Monday 'at "1122.03 feet above sea level, down from 1122.26 Sunday and 1122.54 Saturday. rates won their eighth straight m °' REDS 8, CUBS ^ Ken Griffey's inside-the-park home run with one on in the ifth powered Don Gullelt and Cincinnati over Chicago. With the score tied at 1-1 and Dave Concepcion on second, Hub right fielder Jose Cardcnul charged Griffey's line drive for a throw to the plate but the ball ixmnced over his head and rolled to the right field fence as Griffey circled the bases with ills first home run of the baseball season. GIANTS 4-2, EXPOS 0-0 Right-hander Jim Barr fired a six-hitler and hot-hitting Garry Maddox drove in two runs, one with a homer, to lead San Francisco over Montreal in tho first game of their doubleheader. John D'Aquislo and Elias Sosa combined on a second-game two-hitter. PADRES 7, METS 3 ·Willie McCovey belted a pair of two-run homers to pace San Diego over New York. Animosity Plagues Strike Meetings Fruitless WASHINGTON (AP) -- Ani-' mosity continues to plague the abor dispute in the National football League 'between the 20 club owners and the striking players. ·-- Another contract negotiating session, following three over the weekend, is scheduled for midafternoon but apparently only the players union will be there in full force. The NFL, Management Coun ell, representing . the owners, abruptly broke off negotiations Sunday afternoon and said management would not return until the association submits a revised package of demands. "The Management Counci will not be available for further meetings unless and until the players association comes fortV with the proposals it promisee and failed to submit for the last three days," said a statement from the owners' negotiators. "The Management Counci' will have a representative available to receive the propos als when, as and if they are made," the statement said. 'The Management Council will .hen be available for further meetings . . . at a mutually agreeable lime and place as soon as it has had the opportunity to review the proposals." Bill Curry of the Houston Oil ers, union president, said onl that the council' s statement amounted to the second breach Shis week of the agreement the two sides had · with federal mediator James Scearce. He also said the owners statement is a "lie" because t h e players' union has attempted to negotiate a new con tract in an effort to end the 22 day strike. "We're going to be there lo morrow and continue to nego- ,iale in good faith," said Curry. ·We hope the owners will ba .here," Sources said the owners departed Sunday's session after accusing the NFL Players Association of failure to' respond -_ a comprehensive- management counteroffer Friday to tha union's original 63 demands. The'so-called freedom issues, ivhich the players argue are the crux of their demands, were just about, ignored by the management proposal: TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Soles and Service New Uied Antenna! Color · Black While Boosters · Towers Free Estimates 751-7927 751-84K 751-0257 TERMITES? CAll ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Hooches, Ants, Spiders, etc. COMMERCIAL · RESIDENTIAL.' ' , 442-7298 m- The victories ran Cou- ageous's record in the observation trials · to 11-4 while 'aliant's marks dipped to 1-12. Courageous won the first race over the nine, - mile course by hree minutes · 40 seconds. Her margin in the second race over a 10.8-mile triangular course was 4:56. Both races were sailed in southwest-westerly breeze ranging from 6-12 knots. Intrepid, which will be paired against Courageous the next two days, is 10 ; 5. Mariner, another new aluminum yacht which is not racing in the July trials, is 2-3. The New York Yacht Club selection committee headed by former commodore Henry Morgan had decided even fore receiving Valiant's accident report that it wanted tc sec Courageous and Intrepid race for the next two days. Mariner, which has been undergoing alterations, is due to be returned to Newport Friday and will join Intrepid, Courageous and Valiant in the final trials starting Aug. 15. The New York Yacht Club has until Sept. 3 to name the vessel which will oppose the French or Australian challenger in the America's Cup match starting Sept. 10. Chris Evert, Joe DiMaggio Live Up To Their Namesakes El Paso Downs Arkansas 4-2 LITTLE ROCK (AP 1 - El Paso defeated Arkansas 4-2 in a Texas League baseball game Sunday, and El Paso lefthander Sid Monge picked up his 10th consecutive victory of the season. In (he first eight innings, Monge shut out the Travelers on six singles. Arkansas rallied In the ninth by loading the bases with none out on three straight singles. Then, El Paso third baseman Ron Jackson hooted Jerry Humphrey's grounder, allowing one run to score and leaving the bases loaded. When Rudy Kinsrd hit a sac rlfice fly, Arkansas narrowed the E.I Paso lead lo 4-2. But with the tying run at second, Monge settled down to retire the last two hitters. El Paso's offense came from the bats of Dave Collins and John Balaz, the Texas League's leading hitter. Both had three Ms each, and Balar. drove in two runs with a pair of doubles. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chris Evert was matchless, and DiMaggio made a hit. Chris Evert, named for the woman tennis star, whipped Miss Musket by 50 lengths in a $350,000 winner-take-all match race Saturday at Hollywood Park. Then DiMaggio, carrying the name of a Hall of Fame baseball player, won the $132,000 Juvenile Championship at the same track with a sizzling six- Furlong clocking of a 1:08 3-5 for a nose victory over The Bagel Prince, with George Navo- nod third. In another major race, True Knight tried again and finally won the $114.800 Suburban Handicap at Aqueduct as old tormentor Forego finished third after having won three previous races against True Knight this year and having finished ahead of him in a fourth. "She came out running and that was that." said Joe Travato who trains Chris Evert for Carl Rosen. Skeet TiHe CHARDON. Ohio (AP) John Satterwhite of Issaquah Wash., won the U.S. Skeet Shooting Championship, firing a new record of 296 birds out of 300 Sunday- The Army Reserve shooter after f i r i n g a perfect 100 hits Sunday, will lead the U.S. skcc team at the 41st World Shootinj Championships in Switzerlanc NOT TRUE MARGIN But the 50-length margin was not a true one. With the tennis )layer cheering her on, Chris Dvert, ridden by Jorge Velasquez, began lo pull away with a half-mile left in the IW-mile race, and in the stretch Laffit Pincay Jr. eased Miss Musket. TheMoser had bolted at the start but came back to match strides with Chris Evert for about three-quarters of a mile. Nothing was reported physically wrong with Miss Musket, Aaron U. Jones' 3-year-old filly who had won seven of eight previous races, all in California but not at a distance of more than 114 miles. Chris Evert was timed in 2:02 and paid $3.40 in winning her eighth race in 10 tries. In her previous race she won New York's Coaching Club American Oaks at 114 miles. Each filly carried 121 pounds, and each owner put up $100,000, with the track adding $150.000 for racing history's richest match race. X AUGHW BATTERY Jf SLJfUMStf flf£fr\ fjAyrffff/ \(fo£D 4 V ^F COS 5. School ^^ f EXTRA H E A V Y ^k OUT* BATTERIES in September. Stock market's too risky, your father-in-law is tired of helping you out, and that good friend, all of a sudden turned his back on you well there's still one more place that you can turn to for help -- FayeUeville Savings and Loan Association. Even though times are a little harder now and money's not as easy to come by, that doesn't change the fact that you need a larger home. The folks at Fayelteville Savings and Loan understand that and they'd like to help.. .with an easy payment Home loan. And don't worry they won't back out, half-way through the deal -- when they say they'll help -- they will. 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