Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 31, 1974 · Page 13
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Wednesday, July 31, 1974
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Professional Baseball ·niiHiipiinininniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiianiHiiin NATIONAL LEAGUE East w r, pet; Philaphia St. Louis Pittsburgh Montreal New York Chicago Los Angeles Cincinnati Houston . Atlanta San Fran San Diego 53 49 52 50 49 54 47 53 45 55 42 57 West 67 37 62 43 55 49 . 53 51 48 57 44 62 .520 .510 .478 .470 .450 .424 .644 .590 .529 .510 .457 .415 Tuesday's Results GB 1 4V4 5 7 12 14 19V4 24 Reggie Smith Sends Cards Past Phillies Sellout Opener STATE COLLEGE, Pa. AP) - Pcnn Stale's Sent. 14 football season opener against Stanford is a sellout, school officials said Tuesday. The school's , athletic office Montreal 4, Chicago 3, 10 innings . Pittsburgh 6-3, New York 0-4 San Francisco 6, Atlanta 3, 12 innings St. Louis 4, Philadelphia 3 Houston 8. Cincinnati 4 Los Angeles 8, San Diego 0 Wednesday's Games Montreal (Torrez 9-7 and Blair 5-3) at Chicago (Bonham 9-11 and Hutson 0-0), 2 Pittsburgh (Ellis 6-9) at New York (Seaver 7-6) San Francisco (D'Acquisto 98) at Atlanta (P. Niekro 10-9), N Houston (Griffin 1-3) at Cincinnati (G'ullett 12-7), N St.Louis (Gibson 5-9) at Philadelphia (Ruthven 4-7), N , Los Angeles (Rau 9-6) at San Diego (Friesleben V-6), N AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. GB 54 47 .535 -52 Boston Cleveland Baltimore Milwaukee New York Milwaukee Oakland Chicago Texas Kan City Minnesota California 47 48 51 50 51 51 50 52 49 52 West 61 51 52 52 50 50 50 53 40 64 42 .520 .505 .500 .490 4V4 .485'5 .592 -.505 9 .500 SA .500 9V'z .485 11 .385 21V4 PHILADELPHIA (Al') -- O u t of the mouths of babes. ... Reggie Smith, the slugging St. Louis Cardinals' outfielder, must have thought of that old saw after he cut down the Philadelphia Phillies 4-3 day night. The 20-year : old ' S m i t h slammed a triple and two home runs, accounting for the four St. Louis runs as the runnerup Cards sliced the Phillies' first place morgin in the National League East to one-game. Smith has his 6-year-old son Reggie Jr. traveling with him on this trip. The little guy complained that his dad wasn't hitting enough home runs. Smith" realized he hadn't hit a homer since July 1 and, despite the Cards' sweep of a' three- game series with the Chicago Cubs last weekend, he had only three hits in 15 ·at-bals. "I was leaving too many men on base," Smith said after the Cards won their eighth in nine games and fourth in a row. "So, I came out early tonight (Tuesday) and took 25 minutes of extra batting practice. I discovered 1 was dropping my shoulder and made the correc tion. It was some correction- In the first inning, after Bake Braves 6-3; the Houston Astros defeated the Cincinnati Reds 8-4, and the Los Angeles Dodgers blanked the San Diego Padres 8-0. EXPOS 4. CUBS 3 Mike Jorgensen's ' two-run single !n the 10th inning gave the Montreal Expos a 4-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs. The Expos had loaded the bases in the 10th and Jorgensen greeted reliever Oscar Zamora with his game-winning hit. PIRATES 6-3, METS 0-4 Pittsburgh's Jim Rooker blanked the Mets on five hits in the opener, but New York's Jerry Koosman came back to stop Pittsburgh on five hits in the second game. Richie Hebner singled twice knocked in one run and scorec two for the Pirates In the open- finished. er. In-the second game, Cleon lones doubled home Jerry Grote with the' winning run in he eighth. GIANTS 6, BRAVES 3 Chris Speier's bases-loaded double in,the 12th inning provided the .winning margin for the Gianlsi who 1 tied'the game in the ninth on.a pinch-homer by Dave Kingman. ' - · - . _ ASTROS 8, REDS 4 Lee : May drove in three runs with a pair of doubles and Ce sar Cederio hit his 22nd home run of the season to power the Houston Astros past Cincinnati DODGERS 8, PADRES 0 Andy Messersmith, 12-2, com bined with Mike Marshall I blank the Padres'on five hits. : Messersmith' went the first seven innings, then Marshall annuonccd the sellout, based on he anticipated sale of student ickets for Beaver Stadium, vhere seating capacity was in creased to 57,723 this year with new end zone bleachers, from 57,538. Moore On Waivers KANSAS CITY (AP) -- Otto Moore, a six-year veteran, has jeen placed on waivers by the Kansas City-Omaha Kings of the National Basketball Association. Moore, C-foot-11 backup ccn ter, played in 65 games for the Kings last season. He saw considerable action while Sam Lacey, the Kings' No. 1 center was sidelined with-injuries. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., July 31, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKAHSAV 1000th Victory ' SARATOGA SPRINGS. N.Y. (AP) -- Harness driver Jimmy Allen won his l.OOOlh harness race Tuesday night at Saratoga. In the fifth race, Allen guided Merrydell Champ to an easy erccord for sotmoiseanetofcrlv 4',4-lcngth victory alter leading from the stair. Dribbling Record PASADENA, Tex. (AP)' : -Two Pasadena youths shattered the listed world record for dribbling a basketball over the weekend, stopping late Sunday night after 51 hours, 23 minutes of consecutive bouncing. , Doug Hay, 12, and Jeff Baylor, 15, alternated bouncing-trie ball while sitting on lawn chairs in a driveway. Sherwin-Williams helps you do it all Miller To Arrive Late For Start Of Classic SUTTON, Mass. (AP, - eur field and will play with pro ' , Johnny Miller, pro golf's big- Al Geiberger. gest winner this year was .ex- TUESDAF'S RESULTS Milwaukee 3-4, New York 2-0, 1st game 10 innings Detroit 7, Boston 5 Cleveland 8, Baltimore 6 Minnesota 7, Kansas. City 3 Chicago 3, California 2, 10 innings Oakland 11, Texas 3 WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Kansas City (Busby 14-9) at Minnesota (Blyleven 10-11) Texas (Hargan 9-6) at Oakland (Hunter 14-9) Cleveland (G. Perry 15-4) at Baltimore (McNally 8-8), N Detroit (LaGrow 7-10) at Boston (Tiant 15-7), N New York (Tidrow 7-8) at Milwaukee (Champion 5-1), N, . . Chicago (Johnson 3-0) at California-(Lange 3-6), N League Leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (240 at bats)-Carew, Min, .374; Hargrove, Tex, .336. RUNS^-D,Allen, Chi, t5; Rivers, Cal, 63. BUNS BATTED IN--Burroughs, Tex, 77; D.Allen, Chi, 71. HITS: Carew, Min, 147; Rivera, Cal, 117 DOUBLES--Rudi, Oak, 27; Burroughs, Tex, 25. TRIPLES--Rivers, Cal, 8; Otis, KC, 7; Darwin, Min, 7; Companeris, Oak, 7. HOME RUNS--D.Allen, Chi McBride walked, Smith slashed a two-out triple to right to give the Cards a 1-0 lead on Phillies' starter Jim Lonborg. The Phillies tied it in the second as Del Unser tripled and went home on a passed ball. Lonborg and St. Louis' Alan Foster dueled into the sixth when here came that man Smith again. . "It was a fast ball away," Smith said of his sixth-inning, one-out homer over the center field fence just to the right of the 408 foot sign. It put St. Louis ahead 2-1. The Phillies r^ame alive against Foster in the seventh. With one out, Jerry Johnstone singled. After Bob Boone-popped out, Tommy Hutton walked. Tony Taylor then pinch hit a single off Foster's glove, loading the bases, and Dave Cash singled to put the Phils ahead 3-2. The lead lasted until Smith came up in the eight hagainst reliever Jesus Hernaiz with Ted Sizemore on via a walk. "In this situation you 1 have to look for a mistake and when you're hitting good try for a home run," Smith said. Hernaiz worked to a full count, and then made the mis- :ake. He got a slider up and in :b the power-hitting Smith ond ae deposited it in the right field bullpen for two runs and a 4-3 Cardinals victory. Elsewhere in the National League, the Montreal Expos edged the Chicago Cubs 4-3 in 10 innings; the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the New York Mets 6-0 before losing the second game of a twin bill 4-3; tbe San Francisco · Giants erupted for three runs in the 12th inning and beat the Atlanta today to play in the Pleasant Valley Classic. Miller, who Hasn't played _ this country since the U.S. Open .more than a month ago, telephoned tournament officials from his home in Napa, Calif., ( and told them he definitely ex- ^ The tournament proper, offer- gins Thursday on ths- pictu- r e s q u e ^ 7,119-yard, "par-71 . , , - , ar- « Pleasant Valley .Country C|ub course. Miller II ' , , t h e fa- T ° m Weiskopf de- cham P 1 "" Laim .y Wad- pected to compete in the 72-hole S" 5 ,TM 10 L 'f e *- iaer . winner of test that beeins Thursday. tfle Monsanto Open earher this test that begins Thursday. Miller, winner of five tournament titles and more than $204,000 this year, filed his en- than event the Iast two Neither kins has TM n n e TM i n this planned to play in the Canadian Open last week but . withdrew just before the first round. His wife, Linda, is expecting their third child. Miller was expected to arrive today in time for a late afternoon start in the pro-Am event. He was scheduled to start from the 10th tee at the same time that Vice President Gerald Ford will be teeing off from No. 1. : : ', ' The vice president Is playing with pro Dave Stockton, a two- time winner this year. Speaker of the Massachusetts House Da vid Hartley also is in the ama Harold Solom For Star-New WASHINGTON (AP) -- Harold .Solomon cpuld be weary today; but" don't bet on It. . Solomon, U.S. Davis Cupper from -Silver Snrinff. Md.. will be both showed flashes of their old form last week. Weiskopf, winner of seven events a year ago had one round of 65 in the Canadian Open . last week and Wadkiiis '' had one of 'his best performances of the year. The 144-man field includes 13 players who have won tour titles this season. A number of the game's big names-- Jack Nicklaus, Trevino, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, and U.S. Open champion Hale Irwin-- are skipping this event to prepare for next week's PGA national championship. on Tops Vilas s Net Crown The win was surpassed, he said, only by his triumph over :op-seeded Hie Nastase In the French Open this year. 2 6 ; Mayberry, E.Jackson, Oak, 19. KC, 19; S T O L E N BASES-North, Oak. 37; Rivers, Cal, 28. PITCHING (10 Decisions)-- G.Perry, Cle, 15 4, .789. 1.80 Fingers, Oak, 7-3, .700, 2.78. STRIKEOUTS-N.Ryan, Cal, 219; G.Perry, Cle, 146. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (240 at bats)-Garr. All, -367; Zisk, Pgh, .322. RUNS--Wynn, LA. 71; Schmidt, Phi, 70; Bnch, Gin, 70. RUNS BATTED IN-Cedeno, Htn, 82; Schmidt, Phi, 79. HITS; Garr, All, 159; D.Cash, Phi, 133. DOUBLES--Cardenal, Chi. 25; Stargell, Pgh, 25; A.Oliver,. Pgh, 23; Stennett, Pgh, 23; K.Smith, StL; 23; Moddox, SF, 23. TRIPLES--Garr, All, 14; D.Cash, Phi, 8; A.Oliver, Pgh, 8; Bonds, SF, 8. HOME RUNS--Wynn, LA, 24- Schmidt, Phi, 22; Cedeno, Htn, 22. STOLEN BASES-Brock, StL, 65; Morgan, Cin, 41. PITCHING (10 Declsions)- Messrsmth, LA, 12-2. .857, 2 24 John, LA, 13-3, .813, 2.58. STRIKEOUTS-Carlton, Phi, 159; Messrsmth, LA, 146. New Director HUNT1NGTON, Ind. (AP) -Glen S. Hummer, swimming coach at the Huntington YMCA, has been ' appointed associate director of physical .education at Huntington College and will direct the school's swimming program. Hummer has led Huntington YMCA teams to national championships ten times. Thirty-two of his swimmers have been named all-Americans and one nas represented the United States in the Olympics. in Louisville, Ky., for his first round match against Tito Vasquez of Argentina in the $100,000 First National Bank tournament and he probably won't even be feeling the effects of a week's tennis that ended for him Tuesday. Solomon needed only eight minutes Tuesday to finish the rain-delayed finale of the $100,000 Washington Star-News International Tennis Tournament and defeat Argentina's Guillermo Vilas and take home his biggest paycheck ever--$16,000. The 5-foot-6 Solomon was 1-6, 6-3, and serving at 5-3. love-15, in the third set Monday night when the heavens opened up and rai npoured down on tliet courts. After a 20-minute de lay the match was postponed, poned. Solomon lost the game at love, including one rally of 101 hits, to put the score 5-4, but he rallied to break Vilas' serve for what Solomon called the second biggest victory of his career. streak during the past three weeks ended, did make $8.000 as runner-up and moved into third place behind Stan Smith and Bjorn Borg in the Grand Prix standings ninth in the , _ _ _ pool--which awards'$100,000"to the year's top finisher. Solomon is now $500,000 bonus mscarr. plushy shag of Kodel* III. Tha new fashion In carpeting. Dramatic two-color patterns, plus a cut-an d-loop texture for surface interest. Two plied, heat set yarns mean long wear., Select from 23 beautiful colors. MAJESTIC WALK PLUSH Now you can "go plush" at a price you can afford. Gel the look and feel of wool in this carpet of 100% Acrilan acrylic. Resists mildew and mold! Dense and plush...IS great colors... for living room, dining room, bedroom! CHEERING TONES SHAG Cheerful covering fir your flows. 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