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Professional Baseball AMERICAN' LEAGUE Camden Outlasts College Club 5-4 St. Louis Remains In Division Tie Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, Aug. 2, 1974 · 9 FAY1TTEVILLE, ARKANSAS s ; .' Boston Cleveland Baltimore Milwaukee New York Detroit Oakland Texas Chicago Kan'City Minnesota California · East W 50 ' 'L Pet. 47 .544 53 52 51 53 51 53 50 53 West 61 44 54 52 52 51 51 51 .520 .505 .490 .490 .485 .581 .509 .505 .500 GO 8 8V4W 51 ...So- .486 '10 41'--. 65 .387 ! '20'/2 Thursday's Results' Cleveland 9, New York 2 Boston U, Baltimore 3 . ' Detroit 2, Milwaukee 0 Texas, Kansas City 1 Minnesota G, California 5 Chicago 7, Oakland 3 Friday's Games Baltimore -(Jefferson 1-0)' at Boston (Wise 3-4), N Texas (Jenkins 14-9) at Kan- las City (Briles 2-4), N California, (Figueroa 1-2) at Minnesota (Goltz 4-5), N S Detroit (Lemanczyk 0-0) at Milwaukee (Wright 8-14), N Oakland (Blue 12-9) at Chicago (Wood 16-12), N NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pcf. GB 54 50 .619 -54 50 .519 --, 50 55 .476 Vk 4954 .476 V 45 58 .437 B'A 44 59 .427 9A NEWPORT -- The San Francisco Giatiis used to have a prelty good one-two punch in Willie Mays and Willie McCovey. At the State American Le;on Tournament here Thursday, Camden displayed its own one- two punch as Willie Armstrong and Willie Madison keyed a 5-4 win over Fayetteville College Club. Armstrong struck out . 12 Dairymen . r and ,,gaye,. .up, just *'':'-L : , ,:'* r . · . :-'; I 1 ; ' - ' ' ' -.-^ :-.._-, * . Philaphia St. Louis .Pittsburgh Montreal New York Chicago West Los Angeles 69 37 Cincinnati Houston Atlanta San Fran San Diego 64 43 55 50 54 51 48 59 44 64 .651 .595 .524 .514 .449 .407 5V4 13% 14'A 21% 26 4-1; Thursday's Results Chicago 7-3, New York 1st game 10 innings Philadelphia 6, Montreal 4 St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 2, II innings Los Angeles 8, San Diego 1 Cincinnati 9, San Francisco 7 Only games scheduled Friday's Games Montreal (Rogers 10-13) at Philadelphia (Carlton 13-7), N St. Louis (Forsch 3-2) at Pittsburgh (Demery 1-4), N Chicago (Todd 2-1) at New York (Parker 3-9), N San Diego (Greif 6-11) at Los Angeles (Button'8-8), N. Cincinnati (Billingham 12-7) at San Francisco (Halicki 1-3), N . Only games scheduled through' nine-innings;-Then^after Rob Adams led off the bottom of the ninth with a double, Armstrong singled h i m to third. One batter and two outs later, Madison drove home Armstrong with the winning run. Madison had entered the game as.-a pinch hitter in the seventh. He was the only reser ve on either team to see action His base hit earnel the ever lasting gratitude of teammat Kelvin Johnson,-who had been so deep in the-doghouse tha not even'.Alpo could hav brought him out. In the second inning, Johnson blasted an apparent home ru over 1 the left field fence. Bu after he danced exuberantl; around the bases, College Clul threw liim out at-first base 01 an ' appeal play. Johnson hai neglected to include, the touch ing of first base in his choreo graphy. DOUBLE PLAY Then ..with runners on firs and third and none out in th ninth, Johnson hit into a pit cher-to-first-to-home d o u b 1 play. It looked as if Colleg Club pitcher Brian Holt woul strand his eighth runner scoring position, but Madiso upset the script. Holt, 10-3, pitched admirabl and could have won with bette fielding support. Errors b Mark Prenger and Bob Stei, hens led to two unearned run in the fourth inning. Holt sea . tered 12 hits, struck out eigl and walked four. Cards Sail Past Pittsburgh Over the last three innings, owever, Armstrong was the ronger pitcher. While Holt as giving up five hits, Arm- rong-' allowed just one base unner and retired seven of the ine Dairymen on strikes. Fayetteville jumped to a 3-0 ead in the second inning of ic game. Rick Karnbach led if with a walk and stole the rst of his two bases, setting p-. a sacrifice by - Stephens. .Third baseman Ronnie Burton ommitted Camden's only-error f the game on the play, allow- ng Karnbach to score and tephcns to reach second. GROUND-KULE DOUBLE Prenger followed with a hit- md-run, ground-rule double to plate Stephens. After Rick Tayor' fanned and Holt, sacrificed rcnger to third, Randy Porter drove in the third run with his econd straight hit. James Johnson drove in a Camden run in the second with a . single and another, in the 'oiirth .with a double. Another run scored on Stephens' error, and the score was tied 3-3 into the seventh. College Club took the lead on j single by Larry Atha and an RBI double by Karnbach, but 3amden got the run back in its seventh on a single by Doug Smith, a wild pitch and a base PITTSBURGH (AP) -- It remains to be seen whether the St. Louis Cardinals can outrun the ghosts of their past slumps, but relief pitcher Dave Giusti of the Pirates already has been revisited. Giusli was near-perfect' in July after struggling for three months, but Thursday night he yielded three runs in the llth inning.'of ·Pittsburgh's 5-2;lpss to-the Cardinals.: ,-.-; II was the sixth straight triumph for the Cardinals and their 10th in 11 games since dropping 13 of 14 in a mid-July fright. "If we can avoid any more slumps, we have a real shot at winning it," said infielder Ken teitz, whose two-run double off Giusti in the llth helped St. jOuis maintain a share of the ead with Philadelphia in the National League East. Giusti, in a postmortem on the performance t h a t dropped his,record.to 5-4,,said, "No, I didn't have 'good stuff. My control was bad and I was getting behind hitters, and I canT behindhirers, and-I-can't pitch behirid'the ; -hitter." "' After two saves and a 3-5 record prior to July, Giusti notched three victories and four saves last month with 10 strong relief appearances in a row. His August debut came in re- lief of starter Ken Brett, who left after 10 innings with the score tied 2-2. After Joe Torre belted a one- out double to left off Giusti, Ted Simmons was walked intentionally. Reitz then clouted a two-run double to left-center and Mike Tyson brought Reitz home with a single up the midle. "I think-.A.hOIlVet" wftSVfplay.- ing me a:Jittle;^right.:.:b.eeus.e that's where I'd been hitting the ball," said Reitz, who also rapped two singles in helping St. Louis whip Pittsburgh for the ninth time in 11 meetings this season. Brett allowed one hit over the first five innings as the Pirates . hit by Mike Harris. Camden threatened in the Dodgers Pound Padres 8-1 Phils Trip Expos eighth when Jim Black became the sixth player to steal a base against Fayetteville, but Holt pitched out of the jam. Earlier, Prenger had rescued Holt twice with inning-ending plays. Armstrong improved his record to 7-1 with the win . and Camden advanced to 43-10. College Club, 31-9, will meet Newport at 4 p.m. today. Newport eliminated North Little Rock Delgman Supply with a 3-2 win Thursday. Blytheville eliminated Stuttgart witli a 10-6 victory, and Fort Smith Kerwin's beat Little Rock Coleman Dairy in the winner's bracket. . . · Gene Mauch, the veteran manager of the Montreal Expos, knows what the National League East race is all about." · . - · · · - "Each team's best is pretty good," said Mauch. "It's just a case of which team plays its best the most n u m b e r of games." League Leaders On Again, Off Again Talks Grind To Halt Who's Csonka? Says Memphis Running Star MEMPHIS (AP) -- 'Willie Spencer isn't worried about Larry Csonka . "I've got-one thing and he's NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (240 at bats) -Garr, All, .366: Zisk, Pgh, .322. R U N S - W y n n , LA, 73; Schmidt, Phi, 72; Bench, Gin, 72; Morgan, Cin ,72. RUNS BATTED IN--Schmidt, Phi, 82; Cedeno, Htn, 82; Bench, Cin, 77. H I T S - G a r r , - All, 160; D.Cash, Phi, 135. DOUBLES--Stargell, Pgh, 26; Cardenal, Chi, 25. TRIPLES--Garr, A.Oliver, Pgh, 9. All, 14; HOME RUNS--Wynn, LA, 24; Schmidt, Phi, 23. STOLEN BASES--Brock, StL, 66; Morgan, Cin, 43. PITCHING (10 Decisions)-- Messrsmth, LA, 12-2, .857, 2.24 John, LA, 13-3, .813, 2.58. STRIKEOUTS--Carlton, Phi, 159; Messrsmth, LA, 146. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (240 at. bats)-- Carcw, Min, Tex, .331. .376; Hargrove, RUNS-D.Allen, Chi, 66; Hiver-s, Cal, 66. RUNS BATTED IN-Burroughs, Tex, 80; D.Allen, Chi, 72. HITS--Carew, Min, 152; Scott, Mil, 121. DOUBLES--Rudi, Oak, 27; Burroughs, Tex, 25. TRIPLES--Rivers, Cal, 9; Otis, KC, 7; Darwin, Min, 7; - Campaneris, Oak, 7. HOME RUNS-D.Allcn, Chi, 25; M a y b e r r y , . KC, 19; Jackson, Oak, 19. S T O L E N BASES-North, Oak, 37; Rivers, Cal, 28. : PITCHING (10 Decisions)-- G.Perry, C!e, 15-5, .750, 2.03 WASHINGTON (AP) -- The on-again, off-again contract talks in the National Football League labor dispute and 33- day strike are off again. W.J. Usery Jr., chief federal mediator, recessed the negotiations for five days Thursday amid charges and countercharges by the striking players and the owners. · The NFL Players Association lolds a news conference this morning to give what it called comprehensive statement on the union's position. Bill Curry of the Houston Oil- ers, president of the association, said the NFL Management Council, the owners bargaining agent, has not taken the union's demands seriously. "We were asked for counterproposals which we submitted,' he said after Usery reccsscc negotiations until 2 p.m. EDI Tuesday. "Then we were toh hey were not satisfactory, tha hey were not serious enough." Usery recessed the negotia .ions, begun on Monday after ;hey broke down seven days nreviously, because "an agree ment can't be consummated a this time." And the duration of the strife seemed to be taking its loll in veterans' sentiments, too. Sev eral players expressed waver ing opinions on their positions. "I don't think many ballplay ers can afford to go througt most of the exhibition seaso: (on strike) and I don't think th owners can afford it either, said Miami runhing back Jim Kiick. . .-...·..-. --, He also "suggested, that th exhibitions "are going to te the tale," in that a strong turn out by the fans might solidif Fingers, Oak, 7-3, .700, 2.71. STRIKEOUTS--N.Rya n, -219; Blyleven, Min, 154. Cal, Cawood Leaves Arkansas Job David E C.awood, sports information director at the Uni- vevsity of Arkansas for the past three years, will become director of public relations for the National Collegiate Athletic Association Aug. 12. at K a n s a s City No successor ha been named for Cawood at the UA. Cawood, 30, is a graduate of Baylor University. Before becoming SID at Arkansas, Cawood held similar p o s t s at Southern Methodist Univesity, Baylor, Morehead State University and Eastern Kentucky University. ^VAUGHN* 7 lOif|0asp /KEWff\ y^ us *, t«ho«i ^^ f IXYHA HEAVY ^^ Ihe owners' stand against th freedom issues. But Kiick als said he didn't expect the fan to turn out in large number for the preseason games. The NFLMC said the numbe of veterans in camp reache the 300 mark Thursday whe running back Bob Hudson r ported to the Oakland Raiders "I'm sure if we are not bac in camp in two or three week all the veterans will have to re consider the ' situation," sa San Diego running back Ci Edwards. Usery said he had hoped 3e able to get the two parties t agree to a new contract bcfor the playing of the first pr season games tonight but it b came apparent that the tw warring parties could not reac an agreement. "There are still a lot of i sues, major differences, ou standing and we hope that the can be bargained," said Userj "They are far apart on man ;ues. Wellington Mara, owner of e New York Giants and chair- an of the management coun- counterproposal union differed 1, said the ade by the ;tle from "the list of 90 de_ands, since reduced to 63, resented March 16. "We're no closer on the is- ues than · we were on March i," he said. Mara said the players offered nly a few modifications in eir 13 so-called freedom de- aands and did not change any their major ones such as the ;ot one thing," Thursday night Spencer said after scoring imination lause. of the reserve Iwo touchdowns and rushing for )9 yards in Memphis' 25-15 World Footb'all League victory over Southern California. "He's got the name and I've got the age and desire," Spen cer said. "We'll'just go head u] and see who wins." Spencer is an" unknown whi never played college football Csonka is the All-Pro fullbacl of the two-time National Foot ball League Miami Dolphins Next year they are to be team mates. Csonka has signed a 1975 contract with the South men. Both' of' Spencer's^ touchdown in the nationally televised garni came on two-yard plunges, ii the first and third quarters giving the Southmen an 18-1 edge over the Sun. Spencer als ran for the action point afte the go-ahead score. The 20-year-old Spencer had been sidelined for three weeks with a shoulder injury. Spencer sees nothing unusual about not having playd in college: "I feel I have good fundamentals coming from the high school football capital of t h e Thursday night, Philadelphia nd St. Louis came up with icir- best, or at least a reason- ble -facsimile, the Phillies eat" Mauch's "Montreal Expos -4 while the Cards rallied for iree runs in the llth to trip he Pittsburgh Pirates 5-2. That left Philadelphia and St. i.ouis. tied for'first, place in the in the 10th inning of the opene: for Chicago, while Dave La Roche and Oscar Zamora com bined to pitch a six-hitler in th nightcap. LaRoche, 2-3, w e n t 5% in nings. leaving the game afte . pla .ile, East. Meanvyhile, the Chiago Cubs, last in the division, wept a twi-night double header rom the New York Mcls, win- ling the opener 7-4 in 10 in- lings and taking the nightcap -1. Elsewhere in the National ^eague, the Los.Angeles Dodges ' pounded the San Diego 3 adrcs 8-1 and the Cincinnati Reds outscored the San Francisco Giants 9 r 7. .Houston and Atlan'ta'idfd not play. -The - Phillies won- behind the seven - hit pitching of Wayne Twitchell and a three-run homer by Del Unser in a five- he allowed Cleon Jones;- solo homer I Zamora the run third inning . The G-foot-6 Twitchell, who raised his record to 6^3, feels le's not yet up to par physically. A National League Ail- Star last year, he's still recovering .from a-^knee operation last; November which sidelined him until mid-May. The Expos threatened to tie the game in the ninth. Cubs 7-3, Mcfs 4-1 Don Kessinger drew a bases- loaded walk and. Chris Ward followed with a two-run singV came on to post his sevejit save of the year!' Dodgers 8, Padres 7 Home runs by Willie Craw ford and Dave Lopes helped th Dodgers raise their seaso record to 10-0 against the Pad esi The victory kept Los Ange les 5V4 games ahead of secon place C i n c i n n a t i - i n t h e N West. Al Dawning limited Sa Diego to three hits over th first six innings, then - Mik Marshal! finished-up. Reds 9; Giaiits 7 Johnny run hi ninth inning to power the Red to victory. The blast, his 20th the year, came off Ron Bryan a 24-game winner last year b 2-12 in 1974. iny Bench slugged a tw omer with two out in th THE Travelers Best Victoria Toros SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) rkansas Travelers slammed our home runs and coasted to 9-3 victory over the Shreve- world--Massillon, Ohio. ' iort Captains in a Texas ^^^^^^^M^^^M ·eague baseball game here f^^^^^^^^^^^^ 'hursday night. Arkansas climbed to within k games of the Victoria 'oros who lead the Texas -eague East Division stand- ngs. All four Arkansas homers rarely cleared the left-field ence. But three were two-run ihoj-s in each of the first three innings, as the Travelers gave itarting pitcher Troy Gonzalez an 8-0 lead. Designated hitter Rich Leon lelted the first pitch from loser L,arry Anderson f o r " his fourth lomer in 29 games. Larry Herndon got his second homer of the year in the third nning. Monte Bolinger's fifth home run of 1974 came with the bases empty in the fourth. Arkansas ended the scoring in the eighth. Mumphrey sin- Sled and s t o l e second -- his 33rd stolen base of the season. He moved to third on an infield out by Lindsey. Monte Boliirger knocked him home on a bio op single. Less than four minutes after Spencer scored his 'second touchdown, Tom Beckman intercepted a pass. bytf*. Tony Adams at the line of scrimmage and returned it 18 yards to the Sun 13, setting up a two- yard scoring run hy J.J. Jennings, who. had 71 yards in 11 carries. : .' Suns' C o a c h Tom Pears and Jennings running backs we'll see all year." The other score fbr'Memphis. now 3-1, came on a 25-yard field goal by Bob Etter. Southern California . got both its touchdowns after first half pass interceptions. ·' Meeting Announced Ramay Junior H?gh footba Coach Gerald Daily' has" : i nounced that there'will be meeting of eighth arid nin jrade players on Monday, Au i at 16 a.m. in the,Ramay gyn Physical forms will be dist bued, as will a schedule for tl year. ' called Spencer Vthe two .best ok a 2-0 lead off Lynn cGlothen on a run-scoring uble by Willie Stargell in the st and a double by Dave irkcr and an RBI-single by ario Mendoza in the fourth. The Cardinals' only hit rough five innings was a ngle' by Lou Brock, who omptly stole second without a de. It was Brock's 66th-base theft is,season,and. the: 701st of. his recr, tying him with Honus agner for fifth place on the 1-time major league list. "It was just another stolen ase, just like this was just an- her ball game," said Brock, games ahead of Maury ills' pace when he stole ecord 104 bases in 1962. Brock also keyed a two-run ardinal spurt in the sixth rig. After Tyson and McGlothen sjnglcd, Brock" lined a drive to ·ight. Parker charged the ball Initially, but he stoped and leaped high as it sailed over his uead and struck the wall on one bounce. "It was low when it came off the bat and that's why I charged," Parker explained^ "but then it started sailing and I had to jump to even get my glove on' it." . Tyson scored on the play; McGlothen stopped at third and Brock readied second on what was ruled a two-base error. Although McGlothen was cut down at the plate on an infield grounder, Brock later scored the tying run on another groundout. McGlothen and relief Rich Folkcrs, who got the pitching decision, checked the Pirates on three singles and one walk over the final seven innings. 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