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Professional Baseball NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. GB Five Bass Tournaments Scheduled For Area St. Louis Philaphia PRtsburgh Montreal New York Chicago 62 60 59 55 51 47 West Los Angeles 75 43 Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran San Diego .521 .508 .500 .478 .447 .412 .636 .597 .538 .509 .454 .395 4V4 11V4 15 21VS 28',i Wednesday's Games ' New York 3, Los Angeles 2 Chicago 6, Houston 5 'Â· Â·' 'Â· San .Francisco 6, Philadelphia ' - Atlanta 6, Montreal 1 Cincinnati 3, Pittsburgh 2, 10 innings Â·: St. Louis 5, San Diego 1 i' ' .'.', Thursday's Game Houston (Griffin 11-5) at Chi- ',cago (Reuschel 11-9) i Only game scheduled ; Friday's Games San Diego at Chicago ; Philadelphia at Atlanta, N : Â· New York at Cincinnati, N Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, N " Â· Houston at Montreal, N '.' San Francisco at St.Louis, N AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pet. GB Boston 64 ' 53 '.547 Cleveland 58 55 .513 Baltimore 58 58 .500 New York ' 57 59 .491 Milwaukee 56 62 .475 Detroit 55 63 .466 West Oakland 69 50 .580 Kan City 62. 54 .534 Chicago. 59 57 .509 Texas 60 60 .500 Minnesota 58 60 .492 California. 47 72 .395 Wednesday's Games Minnesota 1, Cleveland 0 Chicago 5, Baltimore 4 Kansas City 9, Detroit 1 Milwaukee G, Texas 5 Â· New York at Oakland. N Boston at California, Minnesota 1, Cleveland 0 Chicago 5, Baltimore 4 Kansas City 9, Detroit I Milwaukee 6, Texas 5 New York 4, Oakland 1 California 5, Boston 0 Thursday's Games Chicago (Kaat 13-9) at Balti more (Cuellar 13-9), N Minnesota (Blyleven 11-13) at Cleveland (G. Perry 15-7), N .Only games scheduled Friday's Games Detroit at Oakland Chicago at New York, 2 Minnesota at Boston, N Texas at Cleveland, N Kansas City at Baltimore, N Milwaukee at California, N 6V4 8'A 9% 5V4 . B'A 9'/2 10V5 22 N By AUBHEY SHEPHERD TIMES Outdoor Writer Five interesting bass Fishing tournaments are coming up in the next two months. The first is the BASS Buddy Tournament Number four to be held on the Arkansas River August 18 -- this Sunday. Entry fee is $25 per boat, with the first place boat receiving $200. After 50 entries the prize money increases $50 per place. Those who finish in the top f i v e . boats automatically qualify for the Mr. Bass of Arkansas tournament to be held in October. Mr. Bass will receive a $1,000 cash prize and the title Mr. Bass of Arkansas -- 1975. Entry forms may be obtained from Bass Line Pro Shop, 5900 Baseline Road, Little Rock. Six days.later -- August 24 -- the North Little Eock Jay cee ' Bass Tournament' will take place on the same waterway and originate from the same location -- Burns Park. This one is also'a buddy tournament (bring your own partner). Top prize is $400 for the winning boat. Entry fee is $30 per. boat. Only two-per- Â· sons may fish 1 from each boat. If the tourney has 100 boats entered, another 5200 will be given to first place. Further information m a y - b e obtained from North Little Rock Jaycees c/o Jeral Howard, 306 South Longfield, North Little Eock, Arkansas 72116. MOST INTERESTING , Probably the most interesting of the five is the Second Semi-annual Bass Fishing Championship -sponsored by the Farmington Jay- .cees, to he held on Beaver. Lake September 1 at Hickory Creek Marina. Entry fee is $30, but if Â· it - is paid early -- received by August 30 -it will be only- $25.- Partners will be paired by the tournament committee. One need not own a boat in order to participate. Late entries should be at the Hickory Creek Marina by 6 a.m. September 1, w i t h $30. First prize in this one is $250.00. All places through the 10th pay cash. The largest bass caught will earn its holder $25. The bass club with the most total pounds catch from its top five men will receive a prize of $50. The proceeds from this tournament will go to the Farmington Jaycee community, park fund and to other civic projects in progress. Further information about the Farmington Jaycees Bass tournament may be gained from Don Oliver, P.O.- Box 13, .. Farmington. An employe of Standard Register of Fayetteville. Don may be reached at his home telephone after 5 p.m. -- area code 501-267-3307. T h e First.World's O p e n Fishing Championship is to be held October 26 anr 27 on Lake Tenkiller in Oklahoma. The point s y s t e m for scoring will allow four p o i n t s for each ounce of bass, three points for each ounce of crappie. two points for'each ounce of catfish and one point for each ounce of white or sand bass. Fishing will be with rod and reel only.- Entry fees are $75 " 16 fish in all four categories; $35 to fish only in the bass category; $30 for crappie only; $25 for catfish; and $20 for white bass. Seventy-one per cent of the entry fees will be returned as prize money. Twenty places will be paid. First place will take 40.per cent of the prize money, plus the world's largest trophy, studded with diamonds. Write North America Sport Services at P.O. Box- 222 W e s t Fork, Arkansas,- 72774, for further information. Bob Reed is tournament coordinator. S a t u r d a y night, M i d America Bass Fishing Association is to hold a night tournament on Lake Ppmme de Terre -near Springfield, Missouri. Foster Holtzclaw may fish this tournament and has further information about how to enter. He says that if the tourney is not filled, a person may. be allowed to pay his association dues on the spol and enter the tourney thai night. League Leaders By The Associated PreÂ» National League BATTING (275 at bats)-Garr, Atl, .365; Gross, Htn, .325. / : Â· ' Â· RUNS--Morgan, Cin, 85; Schmidt, Phi, 82. HUNS BATTED IN-Schmidt, Phi, 91; Bench, Cin, 90. HITS--Garr, Atl, 178; D.Cash, Phi, 150; Garvey, LA, 150. DOUBLES--Garden al, Chi, 27; Stargell, Pgh, 27; Bench, Cin, 27; Morgan, Cin, 27; A.Oliver, Pgh, 26; Zisk, Pgh, 26; Rose Cin, 26. TRIPLES-Garr, At], 15; A.Oliver, Pgh, 11. HOME RUNS-Schmidt, Phi, 27; Wynn, LA, 27; Bench, Cin, 24. STOLEN BASES-Brock, StL, 80; Morgan, Cin, 50. PITCHING (12 Decisions)-John, LA, 13-3, .813, 2.58 Caldwell, SF, 11-3, .786, 3.15. STRIKEOUTS-Carlton, Phi, 181; Messrsmth, LA, 162. 'Northwsrt Arkontoj TIMBS, Thurt., Aug. 15, W4 0 13 FAYtTTIVILLt. AHKANiÂ«l Â· ** Â«Â·Â·Â· The Ramay Athletic Booster ub is sponsoring a "Bring our Own Picnic" supper on londay, August 19lh, at 6:30 .m. The picnic and program 'ill be held on the mall al Hamay Jr. High School. S o f t rinks will be provided. Invited a r e all students, and amilics ot students, who will articlpate this year in football, heerleading, girls basketball, Fayetreville Glass Company Members of the Fayelteville Glass Company girls Softball team for 1974 were (front row, left to right) Lora Douglas, Leigh Ann Hodges, Cheryl Fiser, Shannon Starr and Dehhie McCandless; middle row: Ann Marie Kemp, Kiwanis Games Friday Night The Fayettevllle Kiwanis 31ub's 20th annual "Kids Day" ootball games will be played omorrow night at Harmon leld, beginning at 6:30. Boys entering the third hrough Â· sixth 'grades this fall vill make up the four teams. The second game will begin at .pproxin%ately 8 p.m. Proceeds from ticket sales and concessions will be usec or Kiwanis youth activities Admission for adults is one dollar. Courtney Grey, Nancy Lenehan, Laurie Young and Diana Jiihiisun; (op row: Coach Leo- nard McCandiess, Susan Win. born, Kathy Hyden, Ann Clower and Coach Gerald Charter. You tend to ' the small hurls , Whit Henimin ....and we'll help you take care of the big medical expenses. Ask your MFA Insurance Agent about health insurance protection for the entire family. 2587 No. College Fayettevllle Phone 521-7117 Ramay Athletic Boosters To Sponsor Picnic Supper boys basketball, warbonneltSj gymnastics, tennis, volleyball; track or swimming. There will be toun o( '-\ha physical education and athl'elio facilities, conducted by yo\ing athletes, and a short program. Persons who wish to belong to Ramay boosters, but cannot attend, may contact Mrs. Annette Darter, 521-1803. TONIGHT TICKETS $3.00 Adults $1.00 Children . FAYETTEVILLE SPEEDWAY Wed.-Thurs.-Aug. 14-15-8p.m. KAYKTTEVII.LE SPEEDWAY Wed.-Thurs.-Aug. M-15 -- 8p.m. Tickets on Sale at Speedway only Day of Show OPEN DAILY 9.10, SUNDAY CLOSED Lake Guerrero Catch Chicn Amarn holds np healthy stringer caught Lake Guerrero near Cliidad Victoria, Mexico. American League BATTING (275 at bats)Carew, Min, .366; Hargrove, Tex, .347. RUNS--D.Allen, Chi, 79- Grich, Bal, 73. RUNS BATTED IN--Burroughs, Tex, 96; D.Allen, Chi, 83. HITS--Carew, Min, 165- Scott, Mil, 133; Mohey, Mil, 133; Rivers, Cal, 133; Rudi, Oak, 133. DOUBLES-Rudi, Oak, 32; Scott, Mil, 29. TRIPLES--Rivers, Cal, II: Otis, KC, 9. HOME RUNS--D.Allen, Chi, 31; Burroughs, Tex, 22. S T O L E N BASES-North, Oak, 43; Rivers, Cal, 30. PITCHING (12 Decisions)- Tiant, Bsh, 18-8, .692, 2.82 G.Perry, Cle, 15-7, .682, 2.43. STRIKEOUTS-N.Ryan, Cal, 260; Blyleven Min, 170. COMPLETE LINE EMJILDINB MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS DISCOUNT PRICES BAKKAMtRICARD Â· HASTE R CHARGE WELCOME DELIVERY SERVICE ALSO NEW HOMES AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS KELUEY 2401 NORTH GREGG ON Wen Towmtiip Nor* GÂ«gg Phom 442-2351 f People who try, that'sthe kind of people we look forwhenwe're hiring new Kansas City Life agents... because that's the kino of company we tryto be. 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