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10 · Northwest Arkanwi TIMES, Won:,.Aufl;'. : 5/: 1974 FAYETTIVIIH, ARKANSAS '.. ' . . »· . - .i^v^lfW :V *$'» DOUBLE PLAY BLUES .. .Chicago Cubs center fieldefRick Monday (7) slides/into second base, his headgear flying, after being forced by Pirates'second baseman Remits Stennett, who then fired to first for the duoble play. The action came in the fourth inning of the second game in Pittsburgh Sunday afternoon Chicago Splits With Pirates LA Trips Houston By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lou Brock and Davey Lopes are running; St. Louis and Los Angeles are winning. And that's no coincidence. After Philadelphia had taken a 6-1 victory in the opener of their Sunday doubleheader, Brock swiped three, bases to pace St. Louis to an 11-0 rout in the nightcap,. Those three thefts, added to one in the opener, lifted Brock's season total to 72, tops in the-majors by far. Lopes, meanwhile. swiped Pay'N Pak Takes Gold Cup Regatta SEATTLE (AP) -- The Seattle-based Pay 'n Pak won the Gold Cup Regatta Sunday in a grueling afternoon and evening of unlimited hydroplane racing that saw two boats destroyed in separate mishaps. George Henley of Eatonville pushed the Pak to an easy first place finish .in the championship heat on Lake Washington after shaking off a strong challenge from the Miss Budweiser of Lakeland, Fla. The Pak and the Bnd were locked in a deck-to-deck duel as they roared around the 2V4 mile course at speeds over 150 miles per hour along the straightaways. But near the end of lap. two of the six-lap event, the Bud appeared to back off slightly when the Pay 'n Pak rocked' up on one sponson momentarily and it appeared as if it might hit the Budweiser. Driver Howie Benns and the Bud never caught up again. Other Gold Cup finishers were the Pizza Pete of Detroit, driven by Fred Alter, third; the At'as Van Lines of Detroit, piloted by BH'i Muncey, fourth; and the Kirhy Classic of Seattle, driven by Bill Wurster, fifth. Miss Madison of- Madison, Intl.. driven by Milner Irvin went dead in the water in the fifth lap. There were no injuries during the day but plenty of casualties among the boals. The U-95, the first competitive turbine-powered unlimited, sank in heat 1-C when a turbine wheel flew off one of the t w o engines and punctured a hole in the boat's bottom. In a later heat the Miss U.S., driven by Torn D'Eath, blew an engine, caught fire and was destroyed. four bases in helping the Dodgers to a 2-1 victory over the Houston Astros. Elsewhere in the National League, Chicago split a doubleheader with 1 Pittsburgh;' winning 4-3 and losing 7-1; Atlanta' split a pair with San Francisco, winning 4-2 and losing 5-2; and. Cincinnati split with San Diego, winning 7-2 then losing 1-0 in 14 innings. New York at Montreal was rained out. DODGERS 2, ASTROS 1 Stolen bases led to all runs in the Houston-Los Angeles game. The Astros took a 1-0 'lead when Cesar Cedeno stole second for his 39th theft of the year. He scored on Lee May's single. . . After Houston took a 1-0 lea'd in the top of the first"; the Dpdg ers came back to lie the score in the bottom of the inning when Lopes singled .stole sec ond and scored on Bill Russell', single. In the fifth, Russell sin gled with" two out. stole second " " . -,. u, , and came in oh Jimmy Wynn', RBI single. . CUBS 4-1, PIRATES 3-7 The Cubs won the opener be- ind .the eight-hit pitching of Bill Bonham. But Andy Thornon's two-run homer in the fifth nning was the deciding blow. Pittsburgh gained a split when Dave Parker belted a three-run omer to cap a four-run fifth nning surge in the second ame. BRAVES 4-2, GIANTS 2-5 Dusty Baker's two-run homer i the 'ninth inning lifted At- anta to victory in the opener, after-Mike~Lum -had-homered in the seventh' to tie the scoie. 3ary Matthews and Chris 5peier bit consecutive homers for the Giant? in the fourth inning. Matthews' run-scoring double caped a three-run first inning that got the Giants going in the second game. REDS 7-0,. PADRES 2-1 Tony.Perez capped a two-run rally "with "a'tie-breaking single in the sixth inning of the opener, then the Reds broke the game open with three runs in the eighth. In the nightcap, Fred Kendall's sacrifice fly with the bases loaded in the 14th" irinirig produced the only run of the game." Chafp Fly As NFL Strike Still Continues WASHINGTON (AP) Charges by""striking National Football League players and countercharges by struck own ers continued Sunday. The new charge by the players came from Ed Garvey, executive director of : the NFL P l a y e r s Association, who claimed after a meeting Sunday that the owners had lost $4 million in revenue from this weekend's : poorly attended pre season games. "We hope that the owners come to the (bargaining) table and take a look at their check book." Garvey said. "Then they'll begin to realize it's time to bargain." But the . owners .retorted quickly through John Thortip son, executive director of the NFL Management Council, wh claimed that the financial loss rom the games hurt chances o a settlement:"'.' : ."· "Our ability to meet the un on's financial demands is do pendent on _our...revenues, an :ven though we have no re iable figures as yet, it's ob vious our revenues were affect cd this weekend." The stance of the groups in volved in the dispute does no appear to bode .well for negolia .ions to end the strike, which has entered its 36th day. Talk broke down last Thursday am are scheduled to resume tomor row, but neither s i d e show signs of giving in: The striking players Held five-hour '^meeting; here an voted unanimously to r e t a i their adamant stand agains the owners. The meeting wa held to bring the player repre sentatives from each team u to date on the dispute., ;Onl Dallas was not represented, a the meeting. - .- ^ -. NFLPA President -Bill Curr of the Houston Oilers and Ga: vey told newsmen it was an ex cellent meeting and that Stev Tannen of the New York Je had suggested that the vote confidence be taken., "We're confident we'll be a strong next weekend as we ar today," Garvey said. "The won't be able to play an games. We just hope that the (the owners) will come to th table and we'll have an agree Regalado Pulls Big Upset ment." A statement "from "NFL Man agement Council spokesma Terry Bledsoe indicated th owners, too, are unified. n Pleasant Valley Open SUTTON, Mass. (AP) -- "He 'as awful nervous," Tom Weis- opf said. "I thought I could ake him on the last three oles, hut It just wasn't meant o be. "He did everything right and verybody else made the mis- akes. He's your champion." And that's Victor Hegalado, a 6-year-old Mexican, whose riumph in the Pleasant Valley olf Classic Sunday ranks as robably, the.. :biggest upset since Orville Moody won the 1969 U.S. Open. The young man with the i/er- petually puzzled expression took advantage of a massive collapse by the leaders--We;s- kopf, Dave Hill and Jim AVic- chers--and won his first American tournament with a two-un der-p'ar 69 and a 278 total. That was one stroke belter than Weiskppf, who put on some heat with a birdie-birdie finish for a 72-279. Dave Hill, who held a two- stroke advantage when the final, round started, bogeyed his first two holes, blew to a 75 and was third at 280. Wieehers, who at one time shared the lost-round, finished with n 76 and was tied at 2BJ with Bobby Nichols, Dale Doug- luss and Lee Elder.. Many of the game s top stacs, including Jack Nicklaus, .Lee Trevino, Gary Player and Johnny Miller, skipped-this event to Gaylord Perry Loses 5th In A Row; White Sox Sweep Texas Rangers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It may be back to the wet o ok soon for Gaylord Perry. The Cleveland Indian pitching ace dismissed the spit ball rom his repertoire at the start of the season, but he's never needed it more than he does ow. After winning 15 of his first .b decisions, Perry now has lost ive in a row--including Sunday's 8-3 thumping by the Milwaukee Brewers in the second lame of a doubleheader. The Indians won the opener 4-3. "I'm disturbed with some of :he hits they' got and I walked too many, but I'm not going to get down on myself," Perry said. Elsewhere, the Chicago White Sox beat the Texas Rangers in a doubleheader 6-3 and 13-10; the Detroit Tigers whipped the Baltimore Orioles 6- 1 in the first game of their doubleheader before losing the seconc 9-3; the Boston Red. Sox beat the New York Yankees 7-3 before their second game was rained out; .the Kansas City Royals, took a pair from the California Angels 10-4 and'3-0 game. It was the White Sox' irst doubleheader sweep of the eason. TIGERS 6-3, ORIOLES 1-9 Joe Coleman pitched a two- litter and Dick Sharon slugged . two-run homer to help Detrot teat Baltimore in the first jame of their doubleheader. Srooks Robinson drove in four runs with a homer and single to ead Baltimore to victory in the nightcap. RED SOX 7, YANKEES 3 Luis Tiant scattered 10 hits and Rico Petrocelli and Bernie larbo knocked in two runs Oakland and -Minnesota a doubleheader -the A's and split winning the first game 10-4 and the Twins the second 2-1. WHITE SOX 6-13, RANGERS 3-10 Chicago took advantage of a pair of errors by Texas shortstop Toby Harrah in the seventh inning to score two unearned runs and beat Texas in the first game of their doubleheader. Bill Melton's two-run homer capped a four-run uprising in the sixth inning and Jorge Orta drove in five runs'to lead Chicago's victory in the second Sandra Haynie Captures 1st In LPGA Test HORSHAM, Pa. (AP) Sandra Haynie, who won the George Washington Ladies' Golf Classic over the weekend, has left for London for the next stop on the LPGA lour. Miss Haynie took the $t,700 first prize in the three-day tour nament Sunday at Hidden Springs Country Club on Sun ay and left with 49 other golf ers to take part in the Colgate European Tournament this week. . It was the fourth tour victory this year for the 31-year-olc Texan and boosted her earnings to $56,710. She'has also won the U.S. Open, the LPGA and the Medina County Open in La; Vegas this year. Finishing five strokes behinr the leader and.tied for second place were Kathy Ahern, Kathy Whitworth and Jo Ann Carter. .piece, leading Boston over view York before their second game was postponed by rain Hant, 17-7, pitched out of a few ough innings, including a .one nut, bases-loaded jam in the ourth and a Yankee uprising in he ninth. ROYALS 10-3, ANGELS 4-0 Fred Patek capped big rallies n the sixth and seventh inning! vilh run-scoring doubles to lea* C a n s a s City's first-gami riumph. Fran Healy singlei lome two runs in the sixth in ning of the second game as th loyals completed their sweep. A's 10-1, TWINS 4-2 Joe Hudi's two-run home and Sal Ban'do's two-run singl highlighted a six-run sevent nning that powered Oakland' first-game victory. The Twin won the nightcap as Eric So derholm doubled home a run i .he sixth and scored on Jin Holt's single: Lover Returns To Pla BRETTON WOODS, N.f (AP) -- Top-seeded Australia Rod Laver will head the list 32 professional tennis playni when; the $50,000 Internationi tennis tournament opens Moi day at the Mt. Washington H tel. In an opening round mate Monday, Laver, who is retur ing from a two month layol will take on England's 19-yea old John Lloyd. First Prize CINCINNATI -- Top-seede Marty Riessen claimed the $t 000 first prize in the 87th Wes ern Tennis Championships wi a straight set 8-6, 7-5 triump over second-seeded Bob Lulz. lake an early start on prepa- tions for the PGA national ampiohship which begins mrsclay in North Carolina. In addition to the $40,000 first ·j ze --"that's a half-million esos," he said in heavily ac- ented English--Regalado also lined a spot in the tourna- .ent, along with a place in the 175 Masters and Tournament Champions, and for the first me in his life, a year's cx- nption from qualifying. He is the eighth first-time inner on the tour this year-- jd almost certainly the author ' the biggest upset. Although he ranked as one of lexico's best players--twico ie Mexican Masters champion, former member of the Mexi- an World Cup team, the cur- cut Mexican PGA champion, mner-up to Trevino in last ear's Mexican. Open--there .'as nothing in his American ·ackground to suggest he was cady to win. He was four shots back when ie day's play started, still railed by four when they made ie turn into the back nine, hen played the back s i d e in 1 · while the other challengers vent from trouble to trees 10 raps. He took the lead alone' with a ,0-foot birdie putt from the low. er level of the 15lh green to the ipper tier and clinched it with a clutch birdie on the last hoV. Fina scores nnd mnney winnings Sun. lny In the 8200,000 Pleasant Valley Golf Classic on the Club course Included r Ic ncgnlado, *«.00 Tom Wleskopf, $22.800 Dale Hill SH,200 Wiechcrs, $7.600 Dale Doiiglnss, $7.800 Bobby Nichols. 57,500 Leo Elder. $7,BOO Jerry Heard, $5.900 Larry Hiuson. Sl.28« Hobby Cole, H.286 Da n SIkes, {4,286 ncn Crenshaw, jj.286 J. C. Sncad $1.286 Bruce C r a m p L o n , $1,236 Ken Still, S3,100 Mike McCulloniih, (3 100 Glbby Gilbert, $2.700' Gnry Sunders, $2.700 non Ivorson, S2.300 Dave Stockton, 52,300 Mite Wynn $1,633 Hoy Pace, S1.633 Flora n lino Moltno. 51.633 68.72-69-69--278 71-65-71-72-279 69-K5-71-75-BO 72 S7-68-7B--283 71-69-72-71-283 74-70-70-W-2S3 70-70-71-7Z-283 68-70-71-74-2m 70-72-71.73-28S 74 63-70-73--28S 73-70-72-71--286 7-1 '68-7-J-70--286 68-7I-74-73-28S 74-70-74-63-388 71-70-72-74--237 76-70-70-7I--2S7 74-68-72-7-!--283 71-73-73-71--288 72-70-72-75-289 73-74-69-73-289 74-73-68-75--290 73-74-71-72--290 72-71-73-74--290 The TIMES li On Top of The News Seven Deiys a Week! Do You Need a Detective Ph. 442-6191 Chicago Seeks Division C/idnge CLEVELAND (AP) -- An item on the agenda of the major league meetings in New York Wednesday and Thursday threatens to develop into a bitter fight between two American League teams, The Plain Dealer said today. The newspaper said it had learned that the Chicago ..White Sox are proposing that they be switched to the East Division in place of the Milwaukee Brewers, who then would be transferred to the West Division. The Plain Dealer quoted Allan H. Selig, president of the Brewers, as saying: "We think we've made some great -contributions in establishing our identity in this division, and in establishing the dentity of the other five clubs Watch your money, grow at Fayetteville'Savings and Loan Association. It's hard to make ends meet these days. . .but that's all the more reason to save. At Fayetteville Savings and Loan, your money will earn the highest interest rates consistent with sound business practices. A regular passbook account pays you 5V*% interest, and the Certificates of Deposit pay you from 5 3 /4% to 7 1 /2% interest--depending on the length of time you leave your money on deposit. Fayetteville Savings and Loan is interested in your future, and they'll do everything they can to make that future bright. FSL A Partner In Life. *substantial penalty required with early withdrawal of Certificate of Deposit. FAYETTEVILLE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 201 NORTH EAST AVENUE, FAYETTEVILLE in the last five years and we intend to he in the American League East as long as there is an American League East." The "Plain Dealer said the big interest in being a member of the East Division for both the White Sox and the Brewers is that it provides better television and radio exposure during prime time, and also because of the natural geographic rivalry among the E a s t e r n clubs, including the White Sox. In Milwaukee, White Sox General Manager Roland Hemond said . Sunday, in a telephone interview with the Milwaukee Sentinel, that he "has asked.(AL President) Lee MacPhail to put the proposal on the agenda." Racing Accident Wreaks Havoc Two Are Killed, 19 Injured Race Walker LONG BRANCH, N.J. (AP) -- A 37-year-old Nutley, N.J., lace walker Sunday won the Senior National Amateur Athletic Union 40-kilometer championship with a time of three hours, 39 minutes and one second that defeated 48 other walkers in a race through city streets here. The winner, Ron Kulik, a physical education teacher at Montclair High School, pulled ahead of defending champion and fellow teammate from the New York Alhlelic Club Dr. John Knifton in the last four miles of the race !o win by a 500-yard margin. The '10-kilometer distance is approximately 25 miles. EAST ST. LOUIS, 111. (AP) -"It was just all over the stands. The people couldn't get away," Willie Weston said. "People were crying and one lady was screaming 'leave me alone, leave me alone!"' Weston described the scene after a supercharged .car, its engine blown, fishtailed across a narrow dragstrip Sunday and hurtled into crowded bleachers wh.ilp.mpre than 15,000 spectators- watched in -horror. Twd persons were killed, 19 injured. Authorities said Kent Myers, 16, of nearby Wood River and Lana Reed, 19, of Festus, Mo., were dead on arrival at St. Mary's Hospital. Critically injured were the car's driver, Bill Bagshaw. 30,of Long Beach, Calif., and 'Mi chael Tatkus, 23, o( Quincy; 111. Authorities said Bagshav/s late model car, competing in pro stock eliminator dashes during finals of the American Hot. Rod Association's $150,000 lateway Nationals, went out of control midway through a, quar- ler-milc face, jumped a guard rail and careened on its side through wire fence into bleachers lining the track. . i'lthappene.dio fast! The car was just going down the strip and the next minute it was in the stands," said Randy Hicks, a spectator who escaped injury. kJWhiV. 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