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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., Aug. 15, 1974 FAVCTTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Kid's Day Footballers "Jill the loams are working . --hard for tomorrow's annual ,";Kiwanls Kid's Day Football '-'game to be held at Harmon's Field. Above, a group of youngsters run through some live action drills trying io get the feel of game type situations. (TIMESphoto by K e n Good) Braves Batter Smashed In Jaw By Wild Throw By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Atlanta's Craig Robinson, hit n the jaw by a pitch from M o n t r e a l ' s Dennis Blair Wednesday night, had than his mouth bruised by the ball. Although Xrays showed that Robinson's jaw was not 'aroken and he was able to return to Atlanta Stadium to see the end of the Braves' 6-1 triumph over the Montreal. Expos, he was a very disillusioned young mail. "When I was lying there on the ground, there wasn't a Ihing I liked about major eague baseball," said Rob-n- son. "If that's major league baseball, I'm ashambd of it and don't want any part of it." Immediately before Robinson was hit, Dusty Baker had slammed a three-run iiomer off Blair and Dave.Johnson had hit a solo homer. ' · Then in the ninth, with the Braves holding a. five-run lead and two New York Breezes To 38-16 Victory Portland Storm Still Winless jHomer And Defense Make Difference By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dick Coury, coach o[ the win- 1 less ' Portland Storm, indulged li a little post-game analysis Wednesday night after watching his team absorb a 28-16 thumping at the hands of the New -York Stars. "They beat the devil out of ly do tball team and we're not improv- us," said Coury. "We simpl not have a very good .foo ong range, maintained their osition as the WFL's only uneaten team. Willie Smith aced 81 yards on a punt return nd George Mira teamed with Ifred Jenkins on a 95-yard ass play for a pair of Birming- am TDs. The Hawaiians, who ad four passes intercepted, ell to 1-5. A crowd of 43,297 paid 'atched the game in Birming- New York quarterback Tom Sherman got the Stars rolling early by throwing for two touchdowns and running for another as the Stars built a 30-0 halftime lead. Sherman shared Coury's opinion of the Storm. Elsewhere in the WFL, Birmingham rocked Hawaii 390, Chicago shaded Philadelphia 32-29, Florida defeated Jacksonville 33-26 and Memphis whip ped Detroit 37-7. Southern California is at Houston in tonight's television game. Sherman completed 11 of 18 passes for 144 yards for New York, including es of 20 a n touchdown toss three yards to George Saver. Saver hauled in Braves*"o'ttcher seven P asses for 92 yards. .ardVta yilCHt.1 c*««« 4m n K 1 ...h,'!,. Reggie Smith Boosts Cards ST. LOUIS (AP) -- "I can't help it if I get hurt," Insisted Reggie Smith ot the St.. Louis Cardinals. "I can't' play the game any .other way." And Smith, 29, ignoring his current injury, was at his reckless best again Wednesday .night as the Cards downed the San Diego Padres 5-1. Smith, who is swinging the Purvis Takes TTourney Win ^SPRINGDALE -- Purvis Jgporling Goods ran its season record to 32-9 Tuesday night with a 9-1 win over Tyson's in ffie first round of the Springdale Semipro Baseball Tournament at Jaycee Park. John Zachariason was the winning pitcher in the game, wh'ich was shortened to five iahings by an eight-run rule. Qavid Caughman, Rick Mc- .Shorter and : Ken Selby each hsd two hits for the winners, while Rick Hulton and Wa y n e Beach had one each. The tournament had been scheduled to begin last weekend, but was postoned by rain Tomorrow night at'6. Purvis will play Pioneer Mobile Homes. That contest will be followed at 8:30 by the Moun tainburg-Decatur game. Cards' most productive bat, blasted, a three-run homer'to jap a five-run fifth inning at he expense of Padres-starter Randy Jones, 7-17. right-hander Alan Foster, who But as important to Cards jilched a six-hitter, were fielding gems by Smith in the second and sixth innings. After Smith speared Fred Cendall's line drive to start a second-inning double play, he lobbied to short right field and sprawled to the turf to grab 3errel Thomas' drive with two Padres aboard in the sixth. 'That saved me two runs and ,,_, me out of a jam," acknowledged Foster; 7-7, who two ta- nirfgs later served a home run- litch to Nate Colbert. "It probably gave me hance to complete the game," Foster added. ."There were oth- r good plays, but that was the " Football Suit BOSTON (AP) -- ,,The. New England Colonials of the Atlantic Coast Football League have filed a $4.2 million suit against the World Football League and have asked the court to restrain former Colonials players from working in the WFL. Colonials President Richard Cahill said the suit, filed in U.S. District Court on Wednes day, charges the WFL with vio lating both the Sherman Ac and contractual agreement, with Colonials players. ey. Limping for two, weeks, , Smith is enduring a badly iruised right hip suffered slid- ng in a game against the 'hiladelphia Phillies as his latest in a series of woes. He remained in the lineup the next night only to be sidelined or 10 games when struck on he bruise while standing next o the batting cage in Pittsburgh on Aug. 2. ''It was just when I was be- jinning to hit well again, too," amented Smith, who was out of the Cards' lineup for 15 days n June. "But with all that's happened I've still been able to 'get in more than 100 games. I've just lad to learn to play with the lain." Smith's big b[ow, his 17th lomer, was .accompanied by run-producing hits off the bats of Mike Tyson and Ted Sizemore as the Cards moved VA games ahead of Philadelphia in Carl Morton (who had just hit Tim Foli). received a warning and an automatic $50 fine. Morton, 12-7. scattered eight hits to give the Braves .their sixth consecutive victory, Atlanta's longest winning streak of the season. Hank Aaron's two-run- homer in the seventh capped Atlanta's scoring. It was his 16th home run of the season· and\T29tJi .of his career. · · , - Gianls 6, Phils 4 Bobby Bonds' 17th home run of the season, a two-run shot with two out in the -ninth, gave the Giants the victory over Philadelphia. Mets 3, Dodgers Z The Mets completed a three- game sweep over Los Angeles by scoring two runs in the ninth inning off the Dodgers' ace re liever. Mike Marshall. The tying run scored on Tom Paciorek's two-base error, the winning tally came on Eusty Staub's single. Cnlis 6, Astros 5 Chicago scored four runs in the first inning, then added two more in the seventh to snap an eight-game losing streak. In the seventh, the Cubs extended their lead to 6-3. Reds 3, Pirates 2 Cesar Geronimo's run-scoring double in the 10th inning boosted Cincinnati to victory. : Dave Concepcion singled to lead off the 10th and ended up on second when' Willie Stargell The Storm is 0-5-1 while New York has won four straight after dropping the first two About 14,000 paying fans saw he game. Birmingham 39, Hawaii 0 The Americans, scoring from Beaver Level Beaver Lake level s t o o Thursday at 1117.61 feel abov sea level, down .10 f r o m Wednesday. Engineers reporte that the generators were n o being used. Chicago 32, Philadelphia 29 . Quarterback Virgil Carter threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Jack Dolbin with 1:34 remaining to give the Fire its fifth victory in six tries. Cyril Finder and Mark Kellar rushed f* a combined 263 yards for the winners. King Corcoran threw for two TDs and ran for a third for the Bell. Announced paid attendance in Chicago was 27,607. Florida 33, Jacksonville Z6 Jim Strong scored twice oa short runs and halfback Tommy Reamori hooked up with Matt Maslowski on a 51-yard pass play for Florida. The Blazers, 5-1, lead the Eastern Division. Jacksonville rookie Reg-· gie Oliver ran for one TD and passed seven yards for another. NOW! WE'VE SHARPENED OUR PENCIL TO A NEW THIN LINE YOU CAN'T DO BETTER! THIS IS IT!! TOTAL SALE! PRICE And much LESS WALL TO WALL WHY PAY MORE! LINCOLN LUMBER COMPANY 824-3218 'Til 12 On the Square in LINCOLN Mon.-Fri. 7:30-5 -- Sat. the NL East. "We scored two outs." couldn't field the ball cleanly. One out later, Geronimo deiv- four runs Manager with Red Schoendienst said. "That's , what .it. takes to win,' 1 added Schoendienst, whose team had lost five of its seven previous games. "That's unusual for us, at least lately anyway." . 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