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Professional Baseball UMiMniiininniiniiiiiiiiiintiiiiiininiiiiiinintniiin By The Associated; Press AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. GB 50 Boston Cleveland Baltimore New York Detroit Milwaukee Pet. '.554 .518 .509 .486 .478 .469 6V, 8 8', 11'A 21 Simmons Connects For Grand Slam Homer Cards Clip Los Angeles 5-3 Cepeda Slugs Royals Past Brewers Northwttf Arkar.K.1 TIMES, Sat, Aofl. 10, 1974 FAYKTTKVILLE, ARKANSAS 57 53 57 55 - 5 4 5 7 5 4 , 59 53 60' West Oakland 68 48 .579 Kan City 58 53 .523 Chicago 57 55 .509 Texas 58 57 .504 Minnesota 55 60 .478 California 45 69 .395 Friday's Results Chicago 5, Cleveland 3 Kansas City 13, Milwauke 3 Minnesota 6, Baltimore 2 ' Texas 4, Detroit 3, 14 innings Boston 6, Oakland 2 California 7, New York 1 Saturday's Games Chicago (.Wood :17-13) at Cleveland (Bosnian 5-0) Baltimore (Cuellar 13-8) at Minnesota (Blyleven 10-13) Boston (Marichal 4-1) at Oakland (Abbott 4-2 or Hamilton 6 4) · - . · ' . Milwaukee (Slaton 8-13) at Kansas City (Dal Canton 7-5), N , Detroit (LaGtow 7-12} at Texas (Jenkins 15-10), N New York (May 3-2) at California (Hassler 2-6), N By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It didn't take Jim Northrup long lo get himself acclimated to his new surroundings in the National League. Purchased by Montreal from Detroit earlier this week, Northrup at first balked at reporting, then showed up in time for Friday . night's game at Houston. The .Astros wish he had waited a little longer. All-the veteran outfielder did vas stroke a game-tying home run in the seventh inning, and a The Expos needed that extra single touching off the winning.cushion because the Astros rally in the ninth as the Expos pushed across a run in the bol- nipped Houston 4-3.' torn of the ninth on Cesar Ce- Elsewhere' in' the National" deno's two-out single. But. re- The Dodgers maintained their W game lead in the West when second - place Cincinnati dropped New a 4 1 York decision to the Mets. Pittsburgh thumped San Diego' 7-3 and San Francisco shut out Chicago 3-0. The. score was 2-2 in the ninth when Northrup laced his second hit of the game. He-moved up on a walk to Ken Singleton and then scampered home on Barry Foote's single. Ron Hunt singled home another run. East'Division lead to 1% games )y, defeating Los , Angeles -5-3 while 'second-place Philadelphia was losing 3-2 in 11 innings to Atlanta. · ' . · ' . · " liever Don Carrithers nailed down the victory for Dennis Blair.i METS 4, REDS 1 · Don Hahn scored New York's irst run on a double by pitcher Bob Apodaca, and then added a hree-run home run as New York stalled Cincinnati. Apodaca, 4-5, permitted just .wo hits in seven innings and lis fourth-inning double, only lis second hit of the season, drove in Hahn. BRAVES 3, PHILLIES 2 Ralph Garr doubled in. the llth inning and then scored Atlanta's winning run on a sacrifice fly by Darrell Evans as the Braves edged Philadelphia. GIANTS 3, CUBS 0 Home runs by Gary Matthews and Dave Kingman backed- the six-hit pitching of Jim Barr and the Giants shut out Chicago. CARDS 5, DODGERS 3 Ted Simmons' g r a n d slam home run carried St. Louis over L'os Angeles, the third straight loss for the Dodgers, NL West leaders. Simmons connected on I first pilch .of Zahn after t Dodger rookie had walked Joe Torre to load the bases. PIRATES 7, PADRES 3 Pittsburgh won its fifth straight, beating San Diego be ; hind Jim Rooker's eight-hitler. Two errors by Padre shortstop Enzo Hernandez helped Pittsburgh to three runs in the first inning and Rcnnie Stenriett homered in the second. American League scores: Chicago 5, Cleveland 3; Kansas City 13, Milwaukee 3; Min- nesola 6. Baltimore 2; Texas 4, Detroit 3 in 14 innings; Boston 6 Oakland 2; California 7, New York 1. NATIONAL LEAGUE Bust W L Pet. 60 ,54 -.52658 · 55 .513 56 53 48 46 L 54 55 57 58 61 64 West Angeles 73 40 68 46 59 54 58 54 63 St. Louis Philaphia Pittsburgh Montreal J*5ew York Chicago .496 :477 .440 .418 _ .. Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran . San Diego 51. ·45. .646 .596 .522 .518 · .447 ;395 Friday's Games San Francisco 3, Chicago 0 Atlanta 3, Philadelphia 2, 11 Innings New York 4, Cincinnati I Pittsburgh 7, San Diego 3 St. Louis 5, Los Angeles 3 Montreal 4, Houston 3 Saturday's Games Atlanta (P.Niekro 12-9) at Philadelphia (Carlton 14-7) San Francisco (D'Acquisto 910) at Chicago (LaRoche 2-3) Cincinnati (Kirby 7-6) at New York (Seaver 7-7) ·Los Angeles (Rau 11-6) at St. Louis (Curtis 6-11 or Gibson 6- S);"N 'San Diego (Freisleben 7-6) at Pittsburgh (Kison 6-6), N ..Montreal (Rogers 11-14) at Houston (Griffin 11-4), N Attendance Awful For NFL Contests By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The turnstile count was 21,560. Not at Washington. Not at Baltimore. At both. Fans stayed away in droves at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium where 6,792 people came to see the Detroit Lions beat the Colts 6-3 in a National Football League exhibition game. And only 14.708 people were interested enough to watch the Houston Oilers -- the worst team in the NFL last year -beat George Allen's Washington NFL Talks Slowly Making Some Headway (AP Wirephoto) ave ·s," said Kensil, reached by elephone at hi.i home in New orkj Ed Garvey, executive dirsc- if of the NFL Players Associ- iion, said, "It's a shame for jotball.". Dave Wooley's four-yard ouchdown strike with six rhin- t e s : l e f t in the game enabled le Lions lo offset a Toni Linart field goal of 37 yards for he Colts. Rookie tackle Archie Pearmon got to Baltimore quarter- ack Bob. Bobrowski Iwice, orcirrg the Colts to punt from eep in Iheir own territory and lelping to. set up the winning ouchdown. Rookie quarterback Jim 'oote led the Oilers by JIMMY CONNORS League Leaders BiiiiniiiimiiiiiraiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiflMiiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ;- By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (250 at bats). -Garr, All, .365; Montanez, Phi, .320. .RUNS -- Morgan, Gin, 78; Schmidt, Phi, 77; Bench, Cin, 77V" · R U N S - BATTED IN :-Schmidt, Phi, 85; Bench, Cin, 83; Cedeno, Htn, 83. 'HITS -- Garr, Atl, 172; TXCash, Phi, 143. 'DOUBLES -- Cardenal, Chi, 27;' Stargell, Pgh, 27; Rose, Cin, 25; Cedeno, Htn, 25. "TRIPLES --Garr, Atl, 15; ft.Otiver, Pgh, 9. HOME RUNS -- Wynn, LA 26";"Schmidt, Phi, 25. STOLEN EASES -- Brock EtL, 75; Morgan, Cin, 45. PITCHING (11 Decisions) -- Messrsmth, LA, 13-3, .813, 2.18 Jplm,'LA, 13-3, .813, 2.58 Caldwell, SF, 10-3, .769, 3.16.' AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (250 at bats) -- .. Wimbledon champion jimmy Connors, the top-seed in the U.S. Clay Court Tennis Championships, advanced to the quatferfinals with a 6-2, 6-1 victory of Germany's Hans Pohman. Connors, 21, of Belleville, III., will meet Onny Parun of Chile in the quarterfinals. Evert, Connors Advance Easily Young Chris Evert, as cool a bledon and is seeded first here, .365; Hargrove, C'arew, Min, Tex, .341. -RUNS -- D.Allen, Chi, 75; G'r'ich, Bal, 71. ;:RUNS BATTED IN -- Burroughs, Tex, 94; Bando, Oak, 8.0. HITS -- Carew, Min, 162; Rivers, Cat, 130; Rudi, Oak, 130. DOUBLES - Rudi, Oak, 30; Scott, Mil, 27. TRIPLES -- Rivers, .CM, 10; Otis, KC, 9. HOME RUNS --D.Allen, Chi, 30; Burroughs, Tex, 22. STOLEN BASES -- North, Oak, 40; Rivers, Gal, 29; Oa'rew, Min, 29. PITCHING (11 Decisions) -- tennis player as ever crossed the Atlantic lo nab a Wimbledon title for the United States, says she likes to see fans get excited -- even if it's for her opponents. Chris and her younger sister, Jeanne, seeded No. 2 in women's doubles at the $130,000 U.S. Clay Court Tennis Championships, all but lost their th'rd- round match Friday night and She fans were really getting with it in behalf of their oppo nents. "I think it's great," Chris said about the rooting after the Fort Lauderdale, Fla., combo overcame a 5-2 third-set def:cil and defeated Jenny Walker ol England and Christine O'Neil of Australia 6 4 , 4-6, 7-5. Chris, who says she prefers grass and nard courts to clay, has been heseiged by autograph hounds along with her fiance Jimmy Connors throughout the idvanced to the quarter-finals ly clobbering Germany's Hans J liomann 6-2, 6-1. Connors doubles partner, No. 2-seeded Hie Nastase of Romania, also moved into the quarters by clowning his way hrough a match with Dick Irealy of Australia 6-0, 6-4. Nastase fell behind 2-1 in the second set, out tied it up at 4-q before taking the final two games. The Connors-Nastase top- seeded doubles team advanced :o the quarter-finals with a 6-4, 7-6 victory over Sydney Ball and Ray Keldie, both of Aus- G.Perry, Cle, !5-7, .682, Tiant, Bsn, 17-8, .680, 2.93. 2.43 week's action at the In dianapolis Racquet Club. Earlier in the day, Chris moved another step closer t' her third consecutive U.S. Cla Court singles title by easily de fealing No. 6 seed Virginia Ruz ic of Romania 6-0, 6-1. Meanwhile, Connors, won the men's singles at \Virn WASHINGTON (AP) -- Own ers and players in the 41-day old National Football League strike resume negotiations to day under the spectre o dwindling exhibition-game at tendance that has raised mon than one eyebrow. Parties in the. dispute met for 13-hours-Friday with chief fed eral mediator W.J. Usery Jr. who said: "We had our lips am downs, but we had a gooi day." None of the negotiating par ties would comment on th talks, however Usery added "We wouldn't be coming bac if we weren't doing anything. " we had reached an impasse, w wouldn't be here at 10 a.m." While negotiations were gpin on, two,.exhibition games wer being played, one at neighbo ing RFK Stadium between 'th Washington Redskins and th Houston Oilers, and another a Memorial Stadium between th Baltimore Colls and Ihe Delro Lions. The Colts game drew a dismal 6,792 spectators, and 14,768 edskins 48-3 at RFK Stadium. If the, ; NF.L/was worried, it asn't saying. Jim Kensil, Ihe xecutive director of the NFL, eclined to say anythig. "Any comment on that would to come from the own- "You know," observed Orlando Cepeda, "I can still play baseball." The Boston Red Sox apparently had their doubts -.during spring training, when they re leased the 36-year-old slugger. But given a chance recently by :he Kansas City Hoyajs, Cepeda it proving the Boston brass -and a lot of other people -wrong. Cepeda drove in five runs Friday night, pacing the Royal to a 13-3 romp over the Milwaukee Brewers. In five games with his new club, he has seven hits in 23 times at bat and has diven in 10 runs. Elsewhere in the r American League Friday, ..Chicago beal Cleveland 5-3, Boston "defe'atec Oakland 6-2, Minnesota Irippled Baltimore 6-2, Texas edged Detroit 4-3 in 14 innings, and Call fornia beat New York 7-1. Friday night against Milwaukee, Cepeda helped'Royals ace Steve Busby post 'his ,17th victory against nine defeats. He doubled home two runs in the first inning, then slammed a bases-loaded double to drive In three more runs in the third as Kansas City jumped out to a 12 1 lead. WHITE SOX 5, INDIANS 3 . Consecutive homers - by -Pat Kelly and Jorge Orta started the White Sox off to four runs in the sixth inning as they handed Gaylord Perry his sixth consecutive defeat. pleting 10 of 16 passes for 206 /aids and two touchdowns be- ore leaving the game early in he 'fourth quarter. Foote's 42-yard lass to Johnson, wide receiver another rookie, touchdown Billy he Oilers a 7-6 lead late in the irst period. In games tonight, it's Atlanta at Oakland, Philadelphia -' Cincinnati, · New Orleans Either today or Sunday, Connors will meet No. 8 Onny Pa- run of Chile in the quarters and Nastase will take on No. 5 Raul Ramirez of Mexico. Ramirez outlasted unseeded Victor Amaya of Holland, Mich., in Friday's toughest singles match 7-6, 3-6, 7-6. In other third-round men's singles Friday, No. 7-seeded Brian Gottfried of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., beat Eric Van Dillen ol Aptos, Calif., 6-3, 6-2, and sixth-seeded Guillermo Vilas of Argentina downed Paul Kronk of Australia, 6-2, 6-2. watched the Redskins. Terry Bledsoe, a spokesman for'the NFL Management Council, which represents the owners, said: "When you're as far apart on money issues as we are, the differences are far grealer than one crowd or two. We're not happy about the small crowds, but I suspect it's a problem lhat will tend to resolve itself as the kids get experience and the vets report to camp." "You don't want lo talk about it when it sounds like we're making excuses," he said, "and we don't want to do that. But Baltimore never did well in the preseason." Bill Curry, president of the players union, said the dismal attendance figures were "depr- Miariu, St.- Louis at Green Bay, Minnesota at Denver, Dallas at Los Angeles, and the New York Jets at San Diego. New York's Giants travel to New England for a Sunday game. At Memorial Stadium in Berkeley Saturday, the Oakland Raiders will have 20 veterans ready to face the Atlanta FaI J cons who .also have prepared a score .pf vets. Veteran QB Ken Stabler likely will see some action for the Raiders, while rookie Kim MeQuilken has been throwing for the Falcons. The Raiders don't expect to attract more than 17,000 fans. Philadelphia Coach Mike McCormack has a rookie-filled quad to face the Cincinnati Bengals, relatively loaded with 'eterans. Miami Coach Don Shiila says le won't he using quarterback Bob Griese just to boosi. an ex- lected low attendance that c o u l d cost the Dolphins Perry, 15-7,,, held.' fliR; W.Viite. Sox to two hits until Kelly'and Orla led off the sixth with homers to tie the score 2-2. After Dick Allen walked, Carlos May smashed a long double off the center field fence, scoring Allen with the go-ahead run. May moved to third on Bill Melton's single and scored on Bill Sharp's sacrifice fly. RED SOX;6, A's 2 Juan Beniquez' bases-loaded double keyed a four-run second Inning that lifted the Red Sox past the A's in a battle of AL division leaders. . . ...Beniquez drove .-in.- two runs and then came around to score on an infield out and an error by Oakland shortstop Dal Maxvill. Doug Griffin drove in the other run in the inning with an infield grounder. TWINS 6, ORIOLES 2 The Twins grabbed a 6-0 lead with two runs in each of the first three innnings and sailed past Baltimore. RANGERS 4, TIGERS 3 Mike Hargrove's two-out at single in the :14th Inning lifted at the Rangers to victory. Jim Sundberg opened the 14th with a single and moved up on a sacrifice: After Lenny Handle flied out and Jeff Burroughs was intentionally walked, Hargrove delivered his.i game-winning hit. ANGELS 7, YANKEES 1 R o o k i e: · Frank Tanana stopped New York on seven (AP Wirephoto) PLAYER ROLLING ... Gary ^Player reacts, after making a Urdie putt oil. tlie ninth'}iole'l?nday in the second round of the PGA ' Championship at Clemmons, N.C. Player tied the course record with a blistering 64, Gary Player Wreaks Havoc With PGA Course Record 64; Schlee Leads hits while Bobby Valentine drove in three runs with a pair of singles. It was first victory for Tanana, 7-14, in a starting role since beating Oakland May 25. He struck out seven and did not walk a batter. .. CLEMMONS, N.C. (AP) - "I don't-'like to call it self-hypnosis," Gary Player said. "The name for it is concentration -that's a word most golfers know. Concentration and hard work." Thus, the 150-pound sholmak- Snead, aftcn-a^-badjStpi-t. fin " burg described'the mental and physical discipline thbtn'fcarricd him to the Masters and British Open championships this year and now has sent him surging essing, and it's a shame." But he said people who "characterize these things as wins and defeats are wrong The point is we have to make an agreement. We're carrying pressure is on both the owners and the players. We're going to meet until we get an agree ment." There appeared to be twi major stumbling blocks to reaching that agreement Fri day. There were reports that some of the owners who had a substantial number of veterans in camp just were not as interested in getting down to serious talks as owners who had fielded a club of rookies and free agents. NASCAR Stars In Talladega Race Grid six-under-par 64, which turned him into a definite threat for a third major championship this season. Going into the final 36 holes today and Sunday .Schlee at 135 holds a one-stroke lead over,., Hubert Green, 68-68--136, folr lowed by Player and his Souths African fellow country mann Bobby Cole. 69-68, tied at 137; Jack Nicklaus, 69-69--138, and rallying Lee Trevino, 73-66-139. into- contention for the 56th j p or one E t r etch of holes, at PG A crown. "I knew I had a lot of shots to make up. I know it.Jooks like I'm unemotional out there. I suppose I am. I just drop my head, look at the ground keep going." and least, the. eighth through 14th, Player looked like the the best' practitioner of the craft in the world, canning six birdies in the space of seven holes and reeling off five consecutive ,, threes. ^l'-fi" llj * . - · t: - ! · · , . · Player was,five shots out ot| "n ave j evcr d one belter?" the lead, ^starting the- second lne dark-eyed South African TH-, $100,000. Bill Bynum, a free agent rom Western New Mexico, irobably will start at quarter- ack for the St. Louis Cards vhen they face the Packers, coming off a 16-13 victory over Buffalo last week, Jesse Kaye will open for Minnesota, and Denver will count on John Hufnagel to call the plays. All-Pro quarterback John Hadl will be on the field for the LA Hams, facing, another seasoned veteran in Roger Staubach of the Cowboys. Jesse Freitas will call the signals for the San Diego Chargers, while the Jets will go with John Jones. Pro Football ASU Indians To Play Memphis State JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) -- A ontract has been signed be- ween Arkansas State Univer- ity and Memphis State Univer- Ity to meet in football Sept. 27, 975, at Memphis Memorial Stadium, officials said Friday. A 31 - game football rivalry dating back to 1914 will be renewed when the two teams again meet. ASU holds a 17-12-2 Mexican Fishing Trip Chuck.L»rtsson (Ml), Chris Bennett and Kit Williams hold · string of Mexican h a s t which they and John Cloud caught while fishing squirmy plastic worms in Lake Guerrero near Cludad Victoria, Mexico. NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Exhibition Games Friday's Results Houston 48, Washington 3 Detroit 6, Baltimore 3 Saturday's Games Atlanta vs. Oakland at Berks ley Philadelphia at Cincinnati, N New Orleans at Miami, N St. Louis vs. Green Bay at Milwaukee N Minnesota at Denver, N Dallas at Los Angeles ,N New York Jets at San Diego N Sunday's Games New York Giants at New England N Monday, August 12 Cfiicago at Pittsburgh, N San Francisco at Cleveland, N Buffalo at Kansas City, N TALLADEGA, Ala. (AP) -James Hylton enjoyed his greatest, and only, racing triumph in the 1972 Talladega 500-mile stock car race. The Spartanburg, S.C., veteran may do it again in the sixth running of the $147,000 race Sunday. But there are a number of stumbling blocks ahead of him in a 50 car lineup, including at least seven pure fa-, vorites and half a dozen gen-; nine long shots...,, .. , Qualifying for a starting order that will take the green flag at 1 p.m. CDT was to be completed at Alabama International Speedway today, but the 33-year-oid Hylton already knows who his opposition will be. David Pearson, driving ' a Mercury, won the front row pole position with a speed of 184.926 miles an hour. Bobby Allison grabbed the other front row start in a Matador at 184.373. Behind them in rows two round'Friday-in the late afternoon after ^John .Scblee had forged-into the undisputed lead with 68-67--135 and .four, other players, including'.., Jack Nicklaus and Lee^Trevino, had posted sub-par-scores,for 36 holes. ·-Then came a drenching, 45- minute shower, suspending play for that period, and the situation looked even bleaker for the-late starters, chief .of whom were Player, Sam .Snead and rnpld^almer.!,,,; .;.,..,!··- Then icame Player, marching over the fairways ot the 7,050- yard Tanglewod course, spewing out birdies like a relentless machine. It was almost dark after a lo.ng.-wet and taxing day when the 37-year-old South African came- home with a 'record-tying edge in the series. The two teams last met at Travelers Suffer 9-1 Pounding ALF.}fANTiRIjC. La. (AP) T h ' e " ' " A r k a n s a s Travelers dropped from contention in the first inning Friday night as they took a 9-1 pounding from the last-place Alexandria Aces. Alexandria's' Greg ':'" Zail eated a question afterward.:'In the Masters, I had six bird- , es in a row. That's better, I . hink." . . Player's 64 tied the PGA record, set by winner Bobby: : Nichols and Nicklaus in the., ?GA at Columbus Country Club, n 19G4. It was the best com- pctilivc round ever played over :he par 35-35--70 Tanglewood course, a hilly layout with gun- barrel fairways. 111 sand bunkers and rough as tough as steel . wool. Of the afternoon starters, . only the 62-year-old Sam Snead and reed-thin Al Geiberger, be- . sides Player, managed to conquer the course -- and they really only soothed her. Snead, after a bad start, ifn- ished with birdies on the final two holes, sinking 10-foot putts, for a 71. Geiberger shot his second straight par 70. They were lied at 140 with Ray Floyd, eonard Thompson. Frank eard and Tommy Aaron. Aam and Beard shot second- ound 67s. THE LEADERS CLEMMONS, N.C. (AP) Top second-round scores Fri- ay in the 56th PGA national- hampionship on the 7,050-yard; ar-70 Tanglewood 'Golf Club., through four are such luminaries as Richard Petty, Donnie Allison, Buddy Baker and Cale Yarorough, plus dark- horses Nekl "Soapy" Castles and Clifton "Coo Coo." Martin. Pearson, Petty, Bobby Allison and Yarborough have won all of the previous 20 · races iri NASCAR's Grand National division this season. Hylton and last year's Talladega upset winner, Dick Brooks, haven't Memphis in 1957. The Tigers won that one, 34-0. "This contract is a mile-! -tone," said Don Floyd, ASU's athletic director. "It gives us a solid major schedule for 1975; With our new stadium and the major schedule, we will meet the criteria as a Division 1 (major) team for the 1975 season. And this is what we've been working toward for several years." The arrangement with MSU is for one year. "We would like to have signed a multiyear contract, but this was all we could work out at this time," Floyd said. "The two schools are natural opponents, geographically; so, we're excited about this thing developing into a long-term series. It could become a financially worthwhile venture for both schools'," : scratched. The winner of the Talladega an expect upwards of $24,000,' Ford Makes Ace SILO AM SPRINGS -- Harold ord made a hole-in-one on the eventh hole at Silpam Springs ountry Club recently. It was ie first ace made at the course n over a.year. Ford was playing with Jack nd Pat Riley and Tami Riley. 'e used a wood for the hole-in- ne, the second of his golfing areer. pilclied. an untroubled five-hit- ,er, although the Aces' opening hree-run outburst against left- hander Doug Capilla actually settled the issue. The -Travelers fell two full games behind the Victoria Toi-os, who edged Sh'reveport Friday night 6-5. 'The Texas League standings of today determine the co-managers of the Texas League All- Star team against the Texas Rangers Thursday. Dave Garcia of. El Paso .and Joe Frazior of .Victoria won'the jobs. A combination - o f - an Arkansas victory and a Victoria loss Friday night woiild have created a first-place tie at 65-51 between the Toros and Trav elers jn the Texas League East TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service N«w Uicd Antcnnai . Color · Black Whit* Boosters · Towers Fr«« Ettimrtct 751-7927 · 7S1-MM . : . . . . , 7S1-MSJ ourse: ohn Schloe .ubert Green ary Player lobby Cole ack Nicklaus ee Trevino rank Beard ommy Aaron ay Floyd am Snead Al Geiherger ,eonard Thompson H8-67--!.: 68-68-136:. 73-64^137 69 63--137 69-69--138 73-66--139 73-67--140 73-67-140 68-72--140 69-71--140 70-70--140 69-71--140 COMPLETE LINE Of : BUILDING MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS at DISCOUNT PRICES BANKAMERICAHD -MASTER CHARGE WELCOME DELIVERY SERVICE ALSO NEW HOMES AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS KELLEY .'" 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