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Professional Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. Boston Cleveland Baltimore Detroit Now. York Milwaukee 58 5li 54 52 52 52 .547 .528 .505 .'186 .486 .481 GB Cardinals Split Twinbill Lou Brock Steals Phillies Blind West Oakland , 63 45 .583 -Kan City 54 52 .509 8 Chicago 54 53-..505 8W Texas 55 55 .500 D Minnesota 52 5(j .481 11 California 43 67 .391 21 Sunday's Games Boston 7, New York 3, 2nd game ppd., rain Oakland 10-1, Minnesota 4-2 Cleveland 4-3, Milwaukee 3-8 Chicago 6-13, Texas 3-10 Detroit 6-3, Baltimore 1-9 Kansas City 10-3, California 4 0 Monday's Games Baltimore (Palmer .3-8 and Hood 1-0 or Garland 3-5) at De troit (Walker 4-2 and Fryman 5-6), 2 Oakland (Holtzman 11-12 and Hamilton 6-3) at Minnesota (Blyleven 10-1.2 and Hands 2-4), 2, N Boston (Lee 12-9) at New York (May 22), N Texas (Brown 9-8) at Chicago (Bahnsen 9-12), N Only games scheduled National League East Pet. GB .519 .509 .477 .476 .442 T. LOUIS (AP) -- The Philadelphia Phillies are the St. Louis Cardinals' chief National League East division rivals, but they're not without sympathy. "I knew how Bob Boono felt," said Tim McCarver after Lou Brock stole three bases against the Phillies catcher during an 11-0 Cards runaway in the second game of a Sunday doubleheader. "Brock makes infielders nervous," added. "He's the catchers and McCarver most intimidating base stealer I've Brock, taking ever seen. Tile larcenous full aim at the major leagues' record of 104 base thefts, was at his best along with left- handed pitcher John Curtis after Mike Schmidt's two home runs gunned the Phils to a 6-1 triumph in the opener. Two stolen bases in the first three innings helped the Cards chase Phils righthander Dick Ruthven, 4-9, and Brock's third theft came during a three-run Cards fifth.- Each was followed by thunderous applause from a throng of 48,245, the season's largest crowd, causing McCarver to remark, "I haven't seen anything like this' since the 1967 Wor/1 Series opener, w h e n . B o b Gibson struck out 17." "They've been in my corner all year," acknowledged Brock, | who has 72 base thefts with 54 games to go in pursuit of Maury Willis' record. "You don't get that kind of response for nothing;" added the 35-year-old outfielder, "al- ghough I've had better days with the bat." Brock also had two hits in the opener and a single stolen base, but those feats were : 6ut- weighcd Schmidt, by who the""' .muscular drove his, 24th and 25th home runs. The first was a towering shot to left-center oft Cards starter Alan Foster, 5-7, andMhe second came with teammate Dave Casli aboard after the Phils snapped a 1-1 tie in the seventh. '"I guess I was trying to hit the ball too hard against him," explained Schmidt, who had fanned four of the nine times he faced Foster previously this cason. The Phillies' Willie Montanez collected two doubles to extend his hitting streak to 24 games ih'-'tlie" opener but was sloped cold by Curtis. G-10, who hurled a five-hitter in the nightcap. "I guess I was just better than he was today," Curtis said self-effacingly. "I was able to move the ball around well and make good pitches on both Willie and Schmidt." All-Star Rules Changed W L 56 52 55 53 52 . 50 46. 46 St. Louis Philaphia Pittsburgh Montreal New York Chicago West Los: Angeles 72 37 Cincinnati 66 43 Houston 55 52 Atlanta San Fran San Diego 4% only scoring games. Northweit Arkansas TIMES, FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS · Won., Aug. 5, 1974 .· 9 Filial Surprises LOUISVILLE -- Jaime Fillol defeated defending champion Manuel Orantes 3-6, G-4, G-4 and Guillcrmo Vitas rallied for a 64, 1-0. 7-5 victory over Eddie Dibs to gain the finals of the $100,000 Tennis Pro Classic. TR1-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service New U«ed AntciMM Color · Black Whit* Boosters · Towcn Free Eitimat«« 751-7927 T5I-84K 7SI-OBT Announcing: Coach Fedosky's SWIM RANCH W« will ofttr Indlvlduatlicd swimming lessons lor BOYS AND GIRLS of all agn and for ADULTS, (Limit or 8 pr group) A new MUlon will fcegln AUGUST I21h -- out hour each day, Monday through Friday, for two weeks. Ntw 25 yard pool -- Just north of 71 Bypass Owner Director -- Ed Fedosky, Razorback Swim Coach To enroll, please fi!l out and return the form below. N a m e . . . . . : Age Phone N» ( ) Sinker' ( ) Paddle r ( ) Swimmer ( Adult Searedy Cat I prefer admass at: ^ ^^ ( ^ ^ ( ^^ ( ^^ ( )a , m ( ) alter work For additional family members, attach copies. I Please enclose $25.00 for the ten le^o^ns, A»g. izm lhru^3rd. ^^^^^ -Send to: Coach Ed Fedwky T Salem Rd. Rl. 2. Fayetteville, Arkansas Call 521-2932 for additional information .434 9 .661 .600 .514 .509 .450 of the want Little Stadiu: 614 16 1614 55 53 50 61 .450 23 '15 06 .405 28 Monday's Games Houston (Osteen 9-9) at ban Francisco (Williams 1-2) New York (Seaver 1-1) at Montreal (Blair G-3), N Cincinnati (Gullelt 13-7) at Los Angeles (Rau 10-6), N Philadelphia (Twitchell 6-3) at St. Louis (Gibson 6-9), N Atlanta (P. Niekro 11-9) at San Diego (Spiller 5:7), N TEXAS LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. El Paso 63 48 .568 San. Antonio 58 54 .518 5% Amarillo 57 55 .509 6V5 Midland 54 57 .486 9 East Victoria 63 49 .563 Arkansas 61 50 .050 114 Shreveporl 48 63 .432 Wi Alexandria 41 69 .373 21 Sunday's Results Amarillo 7-2, San Antonio 4-4 Arkansas 2, Victoria 1 (10 innings) Alexandria 3, Shieveport 2 El Paso at Midland ppd., rain Monday's Schedule San Antonio 'at Amarillo El Paso at Midland Arkansas at Victoria Alexandria at Shrevepoit play. ri^t. ituu-ri. {*\L t -- IHL- have been changed for ay night's Arkansas High All-Star football game to 2 offense. t means more points, and rkansas 'Activities Associ; hopes it "also will mean fans, 're foing to put 'on an of- 3 show," said Jerry Hall AAA. "People come 'to skctball games to see the make goals. When they to; football games;'; they to see them make long and such things as that." e changes for the game at Rock's War Memorial imi ie ball will be placed in liddle of,the field for each hree down linemen and they must line up on the nose of the center and the tackles. -- The linebackers cannot blitz. --Each team will have ^44 players instead of 35 with half of the squad designated strictly r or offense and the other half For defense. In addition, the defense w i l l be given an opportunity to put points on the board since it will have a chance to block kicks for the first time. Hall said there was no doubt that athletes are more ready to play defence! -- which is more instinct then offense- when All- Slar time rolls around. This, Hall said, causes low- The West has won the past two years, 9-0 and 7-6. Although mucti ballyhood Jer : ry Eckwood of Brinkley will be sidelined with an injury, both teams have an abundance of name players. The East features, lineman Leotis Harris and Gary Roper of Little Rock Hall. The West team includes running back- Graylon Wyatt. of state champion Texarkana, tackle Butch Baker of Malvern and split receiver James Langston of Prescott. There has been no problem with scoring in recent all-star basketball games. The East won last year 94-92 and the West won in 1972 110-74. wanting his own say." In State Match Play Tournament Lee Edges Wilson HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) -Stan Lee of Heber Springs slipped by Sug .Wilson of Hot Springs 9-7 here Sunday to-win ;he Arkansas State Match Play Golf Championship. Lee, a Louisiana State University golfer, lias won the 36- holo event four times. Wilson came out firing and took the first three holes with two pars and a birdie. But Lee won the next three holes and pulled even with a biride at No. 6. Wilson won No. 8 with a par to take a one-up lead at the turn of the morning round. Lee then took Nos. 10, 11, 13, 14 and 16 to take a four-up_ lead after eight rounds he played during . Lee would not say whether he would turn pro after he gradu- " said. League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (250 - at bats)-Carew, Min,. .370; Hargrove, Tex, .336. RUNS--Ystrzmski, Bsn, 68; D.Allen, Chi, 68; Grich, Bal, 67. RUNS BATTED IN--Burroughs, Tex, 90; Bando, Oak, 76. H I T S - C a r e w , Min, , 153; Scotl, Mil,-125; Rivers, Cal, 125. DOUBLES--Rudi, Oak, 27; Scott, Mil, 26. TRIPLES--Rivers; Cal, 9; Otis, KG, 7; Darwin, Min, 7; Campaneris, Oak, 7. HOME RUNS-D.Allen, Chi, 29; Burroughs, Tex, 21. S T O L E N BASES--North, Oak, 40; Rivers, Cal, 29. PITCHING (11 Decisions)-- G.Perry, Cle, 15-6, .714, 2.32 Tiant, Bsn, 17-V, .708, 2.85.. STRIKEOUTS^N.Ryan, Cal, 228; Blyleven. Min, 154. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING r250 at bats) -Garr, All, .365; Garvey, LA, .324. RUNS--Morgan, Gin, 76; Schmidt, Phi, 75. RUNS BATTED. IN-Schmidt. Phi. 87; Ccdeno, Htn, 82. HITS -- Garr, At!/ 163; D. Cash, Phi, 140; Garvey, LA, 140. DOUBLES--Strgell, Pgh, 27; fardena, Chi, 25; Rose, Cin, 25. TRIPLES -- Garr, All. 14; A. Oliver, Pgh, 9. HOME RUNS-Schmidt, Phi, 25; Wynn, LA, 24. STOLEN" BASES-Brock, SIL, Porker Blue Chip Gridder Won'tAftend Tommy Woods of Angelton, Tex., a blue-chip-running back who had signed with the University of Arkansas, will not attend the UA or probably any other college this season. Frank Broylcs, head Razorback football coach and the UA athletic director, spent much of the past week visiting Woods, but he said he failed to convince Woods to enroll in school. "I really don't know what is troubling him -- he wouldn't say ·-- but he just does not want to go to college," Broyles said. "I don't think he is going to college anywhere." 72; Lopes, LA, 44. . PITCHING (11 Decisions)-- Messrsmth, LA, 13-2, ^867, 2.18 John, LA, 13-3, ,813, 2.58. STRIKEOUTS -- Carllon, Phi, 167; Messrs-rath, LA, 154. Fort Smith Wins State American Legion Title Armstrong and Congoleum Nairn Vinyl Floor Covering 12-ft.widths Reg. $2.05 ates from LSU next spring. "I may have a terrible year," he happen." He whipped Jerald Burnett of Little Rock and Bobby Baker of Fordyce by identical 4-3 scores in Saturday's tournament ac- Panel Magic Reg. $1.89 $1.27 Flashlight Batteries By Ray-0-Vac 19c ATLAS leather*Po'r,i Work Gloves Reg. $2.50 Household Broom Reg. $3.49 $1.97 Wilson earned the right to play Lee by beating J a c k Ro Lee's brother, Louis Lee of He- Temple Molded Toilet Seat Assorted Handyman's TOOLS Reg. $2.49 1 Group Assorted STERLING PAINT Reg. 98c CHROME Towel Bar Little Hock Coleman Dairy and CARRIAGE BOLTS PLASTIC PIPE in. 4c in. "6c 1 in. 12c NAILS By Box From 11.25 to 17.50 Wooden Sasjt WINDOWS Your choice of any size Randy Roop of Stuttgart, Brent Rook of North Little Hock Del- of Fayetteville and Ronnie Bru- SCREW Selection The outfielders were Shelby Sizemore of Fayetteville. Mark FayettevlIIe Drnf E. Side Squire «2-73« THE OFFICIAL ASSOCIATED PRESS 1974 WINDOW GLASS Chrome Wnll Mount Soap Dish ASH TRAY 3 Only Ruth Berry Water Systems Switches-Covers Receptacles Fuse Boxes Light Bulbs Misc. the morning round. He birdied the 10th, 13th, and 16th by sinking pulls in the 15- foot range. Lee left birdie putts on the lip at Nos. 17 and 18. Wilson, however, missed a chance to rally to three-down when he lipped a four-footer at No. 18. Both players bogeyed the first hole after the layoff, but then Lee began to stretch his lead. Lee made at least six 15 -foot putts, while Wilson had trouble , converting from five feet. "I guess I'm a prophet, Wilson said. "I always say that the best putter wins." College Club Lands 3 On All-Star Team NEWPORT, Slytheville Maxie, who hit .527 in the state American Legion baseball tournament, was named the tournament's 'most here Sunday. Infielders State team and Bill Joe David gman den. NEWPORT, Ark. Lyndon Emberton (AP) -and Bill Chaney drove in four runs each as Fort Smith Kerwins defeated Camden 12-3 to capulrc the state American Legion baseball title here Sunday. Camden won the first game Sunday 8-3 to force a second game in the double elimination tournament. The victory means Kerwins will represent Arkansas in the Mid-South Regional tournament which opens Aug. 14 at Memphis. Emberton smashed two home runs and a double in the second game Sunday. Chaney knocked in two runs in the first and fourth innings, both times on singles with the bases loaded. Football Meeting Woodland football coach Dickie Harris announced Monday that a meeting for all eighth and ninth grade football players will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:00 in the Woodland gym. Kerwins was the tournament favorite. pre- BRAND NEW, the 1974 AP Sports Almanac is the first volume compiled by the expert and seasoned sports staffers of The Associated Press,the world's largest newsgath- ering organization. NOW--it's available to all readers -of this newspaper. Check below on the book's content and details on how you can obtain L Vets To Report FULLERTON, Calif. (AP) -A Los Angeles Rams' spokesman said he" expects 14 veterans, including quarterback John fladl and wide receiver Jack Snow, to report to the Rams training camp today. Trie spokesman made the statement Sunday as Rams' player representative Tom Mack flew back to Los Angeles from Washington, where the s t r i k i n g National Football League players votetl to continue the strike which began July 1. Travs Wrestle Past Victoria VICTORIA, Tex. (AP) -P i n e h-hitter Doug Clark slapped a single through the left side of the infield to score Larry Hcrndon from second in the top of the 10th and give the Arkansas Travelers a 2-1 victory over Victoria here Sunday night. The victory moved the Travelers to within 1V4 games of the Toros in the battle for the lead in the Texas League East. 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