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Professional Baseball nnniuifiiiiiniiiiiiiuiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiii By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE East St, Louis Philaphia Pittsburgh Montreal New York Chicago Los Angeles Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran San Diego W L GO 56 58 57 57 58 55 58 4B 63 46 66 West 75 40 70 46 61 54 59 56 53 63 46 70 Pet. .517 .504 .496 .4B7 .432 .411 .652 .603 .530 .509 ..457 .397. GB 1% 9V4 12 14 16 'A 22 Vi 29 W Sunday's Games San Francisco 5-6, Chicago 3 4 · ' Atlanta 6, Philadelphia 5 Pittsburgh 8, San Diego 1 Cincinnati 10, New York 4 Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 1 Montreal 5, Houston 2 Monday's Games San Francisco (Williams 1-3) at Philadelphia (Lonborg 1211), N Pittsburgh (Reuss 11-9) at Cincinnati (Kirby 7-6), N Los Angeles (Messersmith 133) at New York (Parker 3-10), N San Diego (Greir 6-13) at St. Louis (Curtis 6-11), N Only games scheduled AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Boston. 03 51 Cleveland 58 54 . Baltimore 57 57 New York 56 57 Detroit 54 61 Milwaukee 53 62 West 67 49 60 53 60 57 50 56 57 60 45 71 Pel. ,55'3 .518 .500 .496 .470 .461 GB 4 6 6'A 9V4 10 'A Oakland Kan City Texas Chicago Minnesota California 7V4 8 10 Vi 22 Northwest Arfcamas TIMES, Man., Aug. 12, W4 «1 f FAYCTTEV1LLE, A R K A N S A S Connors, Borg In Men's Final Evert Wins Easily INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Say- Ing she Isn't "tournament lough" after a rnonlh without serious play, Chris Evert proved herself wrong in Sunday's women's singles finals of the $130,000 U.S. Clay Court Tennis Championships. Miss Evert glowed with elation after an almost gaudy 6-0. 60 triumph over Gail Chanfreau of France. The staiilingly easy victory gave the 19-yenr Old Ft. Lauderdalo. Fla., lass her third consecutive U.S. Clay Court title. Meanwhile. Jimmy Connors, her 21-year-old future husband from Belleville, 111., moved into tonight's men's finials against IS-ycar-old Swedish star Bjorn Borg. Both Miss Evert and Connoi were lop-seeded and playing in their first tournament since they turned Earlier in the week, the Ilery Connors said, "A lot of people say you're nut a great player ".mill you win at someplace llku Wimbledon or Forest Hills. Well, now the pressure Is total ly off." But, after her blitz against Mrs. Chanfreau-- the 1969 Clay Court litlist-- Miss Evert said, "I was a little nervous coming on the court today. Nobody had pushed me this week and, alter all, it is my first tournament since Wimbledon." Miss Evert, also lookln" ahead to a November wedding, hugged a bouquet of roses and pocketed a check for 56,0(10 after the match. Connors started slowly bul came on strong to get past de fending Clay Court champion Manuel Oranles of Spain 6-4. 6-3 in Sunday's scmifinials. OUT AT THE PLATE .. .Los Angeles Dodgers Jimmy Wynn (23) is throum out at ih. plate, in the jijth inning of Saturday's game with St. Louis. Ted Simmons makes the tag for the Cardinals moving past him 7-5, !-7, 6-4 In a game sometimes very sloppy and sometimes very Rood on both sides of the net. Meanwhile, the controversy over Ramirez' quarter-final vie- .ory over defaulted Ille Nastas* of Romania continued unabated. Bill Rlordan, agent for both -onnors and No. 2-seeded Nastase, said they will file an appeal with the executive committee of the U.S. Lawn Tennli Association, which will meet at Forest Hills. . The uproar over the Nastase- Ramirez match erupted wh«n the volatile Romanian--nicknamed "Nasty" -- allegedly called the referee a name. A final decision by the tournament committee came forth eight hours later afler false starts in which It was reported first that the match would continue, then would be defaulted for leaving the court. With Bat As Well As Arm Button Paces Dodgers formancc by claiming the Wimbledon singles titles last month .578 .531 .513 .509 .487 .388 Sunday's Results Cleveland 3, Chicago 2 Minnesota 5, Baltimore 4 Kansas City 5, Milwaukee 2 Boston 2. Oakland 1 New York 5, California 4 Texas 9. Detroit 0 Monday's Games Kansas City (Briles 3-4) at Detroit (Lolich 12-14). N Milwaukee (Colhorn 6-10) at Texas (Hargari 9-6). N Boston (Moret 6-4) at California (Ryan 1412), N New York (Dobson 10-13) at Oakland (Hunter 16-9), N ' Only games scheduled By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Don Sutton has notched his 15th. His 15th hit. not victory. The Los Angeles Dodger right-hander has been having belter luck hilling than pitching this season--and helped himsel! Sunday with two singles in a 3-1 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. "I'm not Dizzy Dean or Claude Osteen w i t h my hitting," Sutton conceded, "out I believe that I can help myself League Leaders win ball games il I c a n do something else besides bunt. Any time you have nine guys In the lineup that can contribute, you should win." Sutton hasn't been winning though, with any consistency. He suffered through a six-game losing streak earlier this year and Sunday's victory, a five-hitter, was only his 10th against eight losses. Last year, he had an 18-10 record and the year before, 19-9, His earned run average is extravagant 3.68, above his life time mark of 3.01. He started a two-run rally with a Ihird-innlng single and capped t h e Dodgers' scoring with a base hit an inning later. In the other National League games, the Cincinnati Reds routed the New York Mets 10-4; the Pittsburgh Pirates topped the San Diego Padres 8-1; the Montreal Expos beat the Houston Aslros 5-2; the Atlanta Braves turned back the Phila- anldelphia Phillies (-5 and the San ,fe- Francisco Giants took a double header from the Chicago Cubs, 5-3 and.6-4. REDS 10, .METS 4 Johnny Bench drove In five runs with two doubles and his 24th h o m e run of the season On Harmon Killebrew Day Twins Fans Repaid By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "I still get a chill every lime Harmon bats," said Minnesota's Jerry Terrell, describing his feelings for teammate Harmon Killebrew, honored in special ceremonies Sunday. A crowd of 27,303 turned out Killebrew Day at Stadium in Bloo- NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (275 at bats)-Garr, All, .368; Garvey, LA, .324. RUNS-- Morgan, Cin, 82; Bench. Cin, 80. . ,. · . .. RUNS BATTED IN-- Schmidt, Phi, 88; Bench, Cin, 98; Cedeno, Htn, 84; Wynn, LA, 84. H I T S -- Garr, All, 1V7: D.Cash, Phi, 147; Garvey, 'LA, ·147. DOUBLES-- Cnrdenal, Chi, 27; StargeU, Pgh, 27; A.Oliver. Pgh, 25; Slennett, Pgh, 25; Bench, Cin, 25; Morgan, Cin, 25; Rose, Cin, 25; Cedeno, Htn, 25. TRIPLES-- Garr, All, 15; A.Oliver, Pgh, 10. HOME RUNS-- Wynn, LA, 27; Schmidt, Phi, 25. STOLEN BASES-- Brock, StL, 77; Morgan, Cin, 47; Lopes. LA, 47. PITCHING (12 Decisions)-- Mess'rsmth. LA, 13-3, .813, 2.18 John, LA, 13-3. .813, 2.56. STRIKEOUTS-- Carlton, Phi, 181; Messrsmth, LA, 15,. for Harmon Metropolitan mington. · arid the 38-year-old slugger did more lhan Ms share to send the customers home satisfied. ' Killebrew singled home Bobby Darwin to give the Twins a 1-0 lead in the first inning against the hen singled AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (275 at bats)-Carew, Min, .368; Hargrove, Tex., .342. RUNS--D.Allen, Chi, 76; Grich, Bal, 71. , RUNS BATTED IN--Burroughs, Tex, 95; D.Allen, Chi, 83. H I T S -- C a r e w . Min, 165 Rudi, Oak, 132. DOUBLES--Rudi, Oak, 31 Scott, Mil, 28. TRIPLES--Rivers, Cal, 11 Oils, KC, 9. HOME RUNS--D.Allen, Ch!, 31; Burroughs, Tex, 22. S T O L E N BASES--North, Oak, 41; Rivers, Cal, 29; Carew, Min, 29. PITCHING (12 Decisions) -- G.Perry. Cle, 15-7, .682, 2.43 Tlant, Bsn, 17-B, .680. 2.93. STRIKEOUTS--N.Ryan, Cal, 241; Blylevcn, Min, 170. Baltimore Orioles, home Larry Hisle to tie the game at 3-3 in the fifth. Terrell followed with ' a in front for good. "The adrenalin was really flowing," said Terrell, who grew up in southern Minnesota and watched Killebrew during his prime. 'They should have a day for him every day because he's such a great guy . . . . " Killebrew, who ranks filth on the all-time home run list with 556, choked back tears during the hour-long pregame ceremony. He turned over all proceeds from the event to charity. "II was really nn enjoyable day for me and my family," said the reserved, soft-spoken Laver Celebrates Birthday With Win BRETTON WOODS, N.H. (AP) -- Australian Rod Laver, in his last appearance this season, won both the singles and doubles titles in the 50,000 New Joe Krelschmar To Help With Football Team Fayetteville High-School foot ball coach Doyne Davis announ ced today that Joe Krelschmar will work with the defenscive secondary for the first five weeks of the season. Student assistant Rick Me- Whorler will also coach t h « secondary, continuing in thai capacity after. Kretschmar leaves to fulfill his duties as head basketball coach. Whit Fowlkes, who had tentatively been scheduled to coach the defensive backs, will be assigned to the sophomore team. Working with him wil! be Larry Parnell. Davis said McWhorter will also assist in basketball and track. The Bulldogs wil report for their first practice Wednesday at I a.m. East Triumphs In Basketball And Football LITTLE ROCK (AP) --The East beat the West in both Arkansas high school all-star games Saturday, but the best news may be that Byron Nelson of West Memphis got a scholarship. "No way I could pay my own way." said a jubilant Nelson alter representatives ol Arkansas State, Henderson Slate and Arkansas-Montlcello talked to him about a grant-in-aid. Nelson intercepted . a lateral on the West 42 and ran for a touchdown. He also intercepted a pass. He w a s voted outstanding defensive player for the East. The East t o o k the football game 24-18 with the aid of a 92 yard klckoft return by Larry Lawrence of Augusta. Graylyn Wyatt o[ Texarkana scored two TDs for the West and gained 104 yards on 13 carries. The West, although favored^ [ell in basketball 64-61. Randy Curl of Pine Bluff, who nabbe 14 rebounds and scored 1: points for the East, was vote most valuable player over West stars Ron Brewer of Fort Smith and Marvin Delph of Conway Brewer had 13 points, Delph 12 Delph also had 14 re'oounds. lampshire tennis tournamenl unday on the clay courts ol he Ml. Washington Hotel. Laver, who is dropping of! IB pro tennis circuit unli anuary. was alternately sharp nd sloppy, but he played the ey points exceptionally well to eieat second-seeded Harold olomon of Silver Spring, Md., -4, 6-3 for Ihe singles title. The red-haired Laver Ihen earned with Jeff Borowiak of erkcley, Calif., to win the dou- les final over French Davis up players Georges Goven nd Francois Jauffret 6-2, 6-3. A record crowd of 6,000 'atched the tournament finals et in New Hampshire's White fountains. Laver, who turned 36 Friday s the biggest money winner in ennis history. He collected $9, 00 and a new car for his sin !les triumph and added anothe: 1,200 for the doubles win. Solomon, the 21-ycar-ol Davis Cupper and a clay eour pecialist, collecled $4,600 to his play at Brellon Woods. tVAUGHNJ 7 BATTERY Hebrew. "I was glad I was le to get a couple of hits u've got to be lucky. 11 Elsewhere in the American eague Sunday, Kansas City eat Milwaukee ged Chicago and four over New York. George Foster runs, leading drove in Cincinnati PIRATES Dock Ellis PADRES 1 posted his filth 5-2, Cleveland 3-2, Boston iramed Oakland 3-1, New ork nipped California etroit blanked Texas and ROYALS 5, BREWERS Z Fran Healy's two - run dpu- e keyed a five-run first inning at carried the Royals past ilwaukee. Paul Splitlorff. 12- consecutive victory, Willie Stargel smashed a three-run homer and Manny Sangulllen drove in two runs in Pittsburgh's victory over San Diego. Ellis, 8-8, scattered eight hits and allowed the lone Padre run inthe fourth inning. EXPOS 5, ASTROS I J i m Norlhrup's two-run homer and Jose Morales' two run double carried Montreal over Houston. BRAVES 6, PHILLIES 5 D a v e Johnson's two-run single in the eighth inning lifted Atlanta over Philadelphia. GIANTS 5-6, CUBS J-4 Gary Matthews' home run on Rick Rcuschel's first pitch of the seventh Inning carried San Francisco past Chicago In the first game of their double header. Garry Maddox led off the ninth with his second home run of the game and Tito Fuentej later followed with two-run single to lead San Francisco to victory in the second game. QUITTING BUSINESS DESIRE TO SELL REMAINING LUMBER OUT IN BULK LOT! 2 Linoleum display racks, holds 7 rolls each- Emerson hl-veloclly fan; Gnlv.im7.ed roof jacks; vents, guttering; Many John Deere service parts; Gales general purpose power belts; Screen wire; W i n d o w glass; Odd lots Insulation; Pink Lavatory; Wooden wall shelving a n d bins; Slow? pine; Linoleum roller; P l a t f o r m scale; Carriage bolls; Paint color lilting m a c h i n e for Shenvtn Williams; Doors and builders bardwnre; 30-ln R a n g e huocl tn avocado; 2 Nat. gafl 8.OTD BTU wall heaters; 3 Hound v a n i t y bowls; Porcelain on ate*l LivaLory. tub dfol. sink in w h i t e ; New in crale 140,000 BTU gas furnace; 3 R u t h Berry water systems; Metal and wooden moldings; Electrical and plumbing supplies; Drain tile and plajttc pipe; MONDAY THHU FRIDAY 7:30 'TIT- 5 -- SATURDAY TIL, NOON units; Inside doors. Hurry for tbisl Shop tools for salcl Some Wealherc-d Lumber Kcm-Tone Paints Wood and Aluminum Screens $1 each Nails by the box Wood Sash Windows $2 each Vinyl Floor Covering $2,27 Sq. Yd. 4" x 4" Wal-Wte Panels $3-33 Each Merchandise is being re-grouped and more price cuts dally. LINCOLN LUMBER CO. CASH AND CARRY -- YOU HAUL IT MONDAY THRU FHIDAY 7:03 'TIL 5 -- SATURDAY TIL NOON SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE SQUARE A R K A N S A S got the win with ninth in- i n g relief from Lindy cDanid and Doug Bird. INDIANS 3, WHITE SOX 2 Charlie .Spikes .hit .his 16th ome run of the season for the ndians and scored twice, and rank Duffy delivered what roved to be the winning run ith a fifth-inning single to top Chicago. RED SOX 2. A's 1 V e t e r a n Juan Marichal lanked Oakland on three hlte ut left the game after eight in- ings when his shoulder stif- ened. Diego Segui pitched the inth and managed to hold on or the victory. The 35-year-old Marichal, 'ho came off the disabled list iug. 2, raised his record to 5-1. YANKS 5, ANGELS 4 A two-out error by Callfor- la's Rudy Meoli opened the oor to a two-run New York eventh inning that helped the Yankees beat the Angels. With the score tied 2-2, Meoli lirew high to first base on 'hurman Munson's ground ball, nd the Yankees went on to core two runs on a walk to lim Mason and singles by iandy Alomar and Elliott Maddox. The best car TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sale: and Service New Uied AntennM C»l«r · BlxK «, While ·*o«1ert · T*w*rt FrM Vfllmate* 751-7927 7I1-HN 731.0H7 OPENINGS NEW DOORS to HEALTH ... A are opening doors fc heatth that have been dosed for centmes. Medicine and Pharmacy » ftidmg owes for once Tnpitess" Ihesses. tetetter te*h through better noictne?. W* Pick Up and Deliver Prescription* East Side of Square value in Arkansas just got better. 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