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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 17, 1974
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innM^ Grant Hall Davis On The Bulldogs, And Bruton On Saulsberry Fayelteville High School football practice is only three days old, but Coach Doyne Davis already sees encouraging signs. "The kids are giving us everything they've got," he says. "They're working hard and trying to learn. I'm really pleased." Davis is especially pleased with the sophomores: "They're really enthusiastic, and they've already adjusted to the ' new coaches. Whit Fowlkes and Larry Pafnell have had an excellent start." Having said that. Davis admitted that the Bulldogs have a long way to go. "The varsity is way behind on fundamentals," he said. "We're having to do some things in practice you normally don't have to do." But he emphasized, "That's no reflection on their altiture." Already, the battle for the starting quarterback job is spirited. Two seniors, Lavvson Osburn and Greg McClelland, are running neck and neck. "We're not even in pads yet," said Davis, "but you can see that each one does certain things well. "Osburn is probably quicker for 10 yards, : but McClelland runs a 4.9 40. Last spring, Lawson had a knee problem and couldn't go that fast, although ' he might now. ABOUT EV1EN "Greg is the better drop-back passer, but Lawson turns up belter on the sprint-out pass Lawson is quicker, around the corner, but Greg is better on the pitchoiit. All things consi dered, they're about even righl nowl" McClelland has punted, place kicked and kicked off in the past, but may not p u n t this year. believe -it messes u] a player to try to combine placekicking and punting," sale Davis. "One involves locking the ankle, and the othe: doesn't.' ' Most impressive of the run ning backs so far has been full back Brian Ricks. "He's 'gained up to 195 pounds," said Davis "but somehow he looks trim mer. Last year he blocked, fo Dwight Tucker most of the time but this year he'll carry thi ball a lot. In fact, all four of our back will carry i t , ' w i t h the fullbac and tailback carrying about tin same. Brian will probably d more than his share in the ear ly going." Davis singled 'out Larry Atha Dayton Lierley and Bobby Davi as top performers in the line. Nell Bruton played one year basketball at Soccoro, N.M., efore transferring to Fayette- ille High School in 1972. Near he end of his sophomore sea- ori. he starled as a guard in le same lineup with center iaryll Saulsberry, who wil lay'for Arkansas this year.. '"He did everything for us,' ecalls Bruton. "Score, get the ebound, throw the release iass, block shols^-you name it think our record was some hing. like 19-6, and we lost in he 'district tournament, to the :ventual state champion." Bruton continued, "Daryll j vas just a great all-round thlete. He was a great hurdler, nd he played offensive end in Professional Baseball St. Louis Philaphia Pittsburgh Montreal New York Chicago Los Angeles Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran National League East W L Pel. 63 61 .60 .'·55 52 .49 57 58 .59 . 61 63 67. West 75 44 ,71 49 63 55 60 San Diego 54 47 ootball his junior year. He vould.catch passes and run a- ·ound for 20 yards before any- me touched him." Neil's recollection of Sauls- erry goes -back even further: .'He'was always pretty tall, but vhen he was young he didn't lave his coordination. In has- Letball, he used to throw the ball away all the time." But by high school, it was i different story. "I remmeber .hat on- fast-break drills, about .'our of us liked to dunk the all," said Bruton. "But Daryll could dunk it. in every way jossible. He just did whatever le wanted to with the ball." Soccoro's coach was former Mew Mexico University star Hon Becker. "Every once in a whlle,55 said Neil, :"Coach Becker and Daryll would go one-on Friday's Games Chicago 4, San Diego 1 Philadelphia 6, Atlanta 3 New York 2, Cincinnati 1, innings Pittsburgh 5, Los. Angeles 2 Houston 8, Montreal 3 St. Louis 2, San Francisco 1 Saturday's Games Los Angeles (Messersmith 134) at Pittsburgh (Reuss 12-9) San Diego (Spillner Chicago (Bonham 10-15) New York (Parker. 4-10) at Cincinnati (Billingham 14-8), 1 N San Francisco (Caldwell 11-3) at St. Louis (McGlpthen 13-8) N at Atlanta (Capra 10-6), N Houston' (Dierker 7-8) at Montreal (Rehko 9-11)1 N Sunday's Games Los Angeles at Pittsburgh San Diego at Chicago San Francisco at St. Louis Philadelphia at Atlanta ' New York' at Cirincinati Houston at Montreal American League E a s t ' W I, Boslon 65 53 Cleveland 59 Baltimore 60 New York 58 Detroit . 56 56 Northwest Arkansat TIMES, Set., Aug. 17, 1974 AYtTTlVILLt, A R K A N S A S Moore's Chapel Members of the 1074 Moore's Chapel Little League team were (front row, left lo right) Randy .Smith, Craig Cook. Doug Caughman, Todrt Pln'nk- elt, Richard Rush, David Brown and Kenny Neighbors; buck row: Sfu Brown, Mike Kossover, Tori Tmvnscnd, Kevin Phillips, Greg Riley, Bo Spgers and Daren Bell; Couches Lny CiiugluiiEih a n d Don Phillips. (TlMESplmlo by Ken Goott) could really get one. They down." . Bruton said that the competi- :ion in New Mexico is oh roughly the same level as that in Arkansas, but that he'd never played against a better basketball team than Conway 'nor been hit harder in [ootball than he -was by Fort Smith Northside. He also said he'd gained a new appreciation for the line- backhtg fury of Dick McCutch eon after watching the game film of. Fayetteville's 13-6 win over Conway last year. "Dwight Tucker and I were going to drive to Little Rock to see Dick play in the All-Star game," said Neil, "but I thought it was this week and got back from New Mexico too late." Both Bruton'and Tucker will enroll at the University of Arkansas. Neither ':will' play football. "I could have gone to a smaller school and played," said Neil, "but they want it to be your whole life. If it can't be fun, I'd rather not play." Milwaukee Oakland Kan City Chicago Texas ' . . ' · Minnesota California 56 58 60 63 63 West 69 51 62 55 60 59 61 60 58 62 842 7 Pet. .551 .513 .508 .492 .471 .471 .575 .530 .504 .504 .483 4.00 11 21 8-4. Falcons To Start Veteran Lineup Friday's Games New ; York 9-2. Chicago 1st game 13 innings Boston 3, Minnesota 2 Texas 7, Cleveland 3 Baltimore 1,. Kansas iCty 0 California 7, Milwaukee 3 Detroit 5, Oakland .1 Saturday's Games Texas (Hargan 9-7) at Cleveland (J.Perry. 12-8) Chicago (Johnson 4-1) al New York (McDowell 1-5) Minnesota (Gollz 5-6) at Boston (Mo ret 6-5) Detroit (LaGrow 7-13) at Oakland (Abbott 4-3) Kansas City (Splittorff 12-12) at Baltimore (Palmer 4-8), N Milwaukee (Colbprn 7-10) at California (Hasslcr'2-7), N Sunday's Games Texas at Cleveland Detroit at Oakland Kansas City at Baltimore Chicago at New York Minnesota at Boston Milwaukee at California Former Bulldogs Enjoy Watching Kiwanis Kids By GRANT HALL TIMES Sports Editor 'These little hombres don't pass much, do they?" asked Neil Bruton, pointing toward the Big Red Kiwanis football team coached by James Newell and James Harris. They didn't have to 1 pass. The Big Red compiled 313 yards of offense, all on the ground, en route to a 28-0 win over the Big Blue team coached by Ben Israel and Donnie Cook. Bruton, who. played quarterback for Fayetteville High School last year, spent most of this summer working on his father's ranch in New Mexico. Friday' night, he and former Bulldog teammate Dick McCu.l- cheon had a reunion as they watched the Kiwanis kids- cavort at Harmon Field. "You know, I played in this »ame in the sixth grade," said VleCutcheon. '.'Our team lost. I would have played in the third, , fourth and fifth grades too, but the nine-yard line, Jed Shreve - · · - · · · . . . . . . - By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Atlanta Falcons Coach Norm Van Brocklin is leaving the out- Evert Walks Into Final . T O R O N T O (AP) -- "Chris is better than 1 am," Julie Held,man said of Chris Evert. "I'm thinking of throwing a hatchet : a't-her." "' Miss Evert and Miss Heldman scored straight-set victories Friday to advance to today s women's final in the $130,000 Canadian Open tennis tourna- menl. Miss Evert, the top-seed, swiftly dispatched fourth-seeded Kazuko Sawamatsu of Japan, 6-0. 6-1 Friday while the second-seeded Miss Heldman had to overcome a 1-4 deficit in the second set ' to eliminate ·Jeanne Evert, 6-1, 7-5. . .Miss Heldman. 28, who won .Uiis tournament in 1865, had no doubts who she would be playing when she was interviewed before the Evert-Sawamatsu match...and made her unorthodox--and highly unlikely--plans .known. Then she got a bit more realistic. · Miss Heldman, who is ranked f i f t h in the U.S. and who beat Chris Evert 14 months ago on grass, said she'll have to keep her opponent on the court a long time if she has any chance of beating her on a clay-type surface. "If she sets impatient.,.you know you have a chance if you ·can stay out there longer." Miss Heldman said she ex peels 'to lose riiind that. but-- she doesn't ' "The only thing that woulc discourage well. 1 'Miss Heldman me is not playing was steadier than the younger Evert. She also started to score In the fina set when she began hitting with her and chipping short to her backhand when her opponent stopped coming to the net.. , Miss Sawamatsu hit a lot o balls back, hut the only game she won came when Miss Ever was servirrg. It has not been a difficul tournament for the Fort Lau derdale, Fla,, phenomenon who ha? lost only six games in UK eight far. sets shs has played so reports," said Vau "They have been I didn't know about the game." "Hey, look at this," said Bruton, as Big Red running back Tommy Deffebaugh swept righl iiiniiiinnraiuniiiiiniiiiiitNmiitiiiminiiiMniiiiiiirniufi! League Leaders ome of his team's nationally elevised National Football .eague exhibition game vyith he Cincinnati Bengals tonight p to the man he calls 'General .ee.' · · "We are going according to tieir own Brocklin. vorking out daily in Atlanta un- ler the direction of General jee and they have announced hemselves in great shape." "General Lee" is quarter- Kick Bob Lee, who led the 26 Falcon veterans back into lamp after the cooling off period was announced in the NFL 'layers Association strike. Van Brocklin wasted little ime in announcing that Lee and the other returnees would e starters despite only two days work in pads before their irst action of the year. Pie did not explain how long he would Veep his veterans in Ihe game. In other action, the New York Hants met the New York Jets Saturday afternoon. In night James. Baltimore plays Cleveand at Tampa, Fla., Houston is at Los Angeles, Pittsburgh is at Philadelphia and Chicago is at AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (275 at bat) -Carew, Min, .361; Hargrove, Tex, .346. RUNS--D.Allen, Chi, 80; Grich, Bal, 73. RUNS BATTED IN--Bur- D.Allen, Chi, hicli he shed six tacklers. Deffebaugh scored the final )uchdown on a sweep which .arted innocently enough from 32-yard line, but which tie- erlheless moved the football- ise Bruton to say, "Look put!" ure enough, Deffebaugh juked defensive end, picked his r ay down the right sideline for yards and then cut back gain'st the flow of a 68-yard tin. Quarterback A n d y M a r k e t , ne of last year's heroes, scored ic 28th point on a keeper. In le first game, featuring boys even, eight and nine years old, le Little Red team piloted by R.L. Gray and Mike Martin and Little Blue team coached Francis McConnell' and ( arry Phillips played to a 7-7 ic. Kevin Phillips set up the Blue ouchdown with a camper in the first 'hen on third and goal from Chicago Splits With Yankees; Rangers Win 1-3 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It has often been written of baseball thai the game's hot wept for the score. Steve Philips added,the PAT. SCORING PASS With 1:16 to go in the half end at mjdfield and found day- Red quarterback Donnie Pitts " - " - · - - · - - · · j t Andy Cozavt with a nine Cards Outduel Frisco Hurler ST. LOUIS ( A P ) -- Even be- ore coming to bat, the St. ,ouis Cardinals' .'oe Torre now he'd been issued a re- )rieve. And. drawing on his 14 years f major league experience, Ihe lards' first baseman made the ,OSt Of earn to it by propelling his 2-1 victory over the eluded shortstop and bounced into middle that Chris Speier the outfield. "He threw a lot of pitches," commented San Francisco M a n a g e r Wes Weslrum. w h o had removed the hard-throwing D'Acquisto with the Giants ahead 1-0. "I knew he was forcing himself out there and beginning to an Francisco Giants Friday -- - - - -- - - -. ,J E M push the ball. That run took a ·'.hist getting up and net hav- lol out of him Knowing the kid. lift to face that other guy felt 1 d.f^' ll t sd lo '. . . w , ,,, joort," admitted Torre, whose I TM= ^ to which Wcslrim single in (he ninth inning I referred was D Acquisto s futile scored Jim Dwver and L o u ' sprml from first base to home Brccl; ' plate on the fly ball during a "I didn't have to say 'excuse ; mental .lapse with one out thai me' when I swung," the in- resulted in a nmlh-inmng fielder noted. "I felt when f hit i ( t o l l b l e P l a 'a chance to go But the curly-haired San Francisco pitcher dismissed the . .._. ._ _ _ exertion, insisting. "From the nals' fourth h i t , Torre and his beginning of the game to when it it had Lh rough." Prior to the blow, the Cardi- teainmates bad been nicsme- ri/ed by right-bander .lohn D'Acquisto, fl-11, who struck out nine and walked three. But, the Giants pitcher faltered starting the f i n a l inning. D'Acquisto walked pinch-bitter Dwyer on four pitches, then worked a count to l - l before Brock singled Dwyer to third. E l l a s S o s a replaced D'Acquislo on the mound and retired Ted Sizcmorc on a fly to center field after Brock stole his 81st, base. Sosa then walked Reggie Smith intentionally to load the I came out I was bearing down." Before weakening, D'Acquisto fanned Torre three times atid Brock twice--permitting only singles by Ted Simmons in the fifth and winning pitcher Bob Gibson. 7-10, in the sixth. Gibson, meanwhile, survived numerous jams created by nine hits lie permitted and was damaged only by Speier's eighth-inning home run as the Cards kept their IVi-game lead in the National League East. A tribute to D'Acquisto came finished the last man is out. Neither, it seems, is a kayoed starting pitcher. And if you don't believe that little piece of diamond philosophy, just ask Chuck Tanner, manager of the Chicago White Sox. He knows.all about il. Tanner saw the Sox split a doubleheader wilh the New York Yankees Friday night in rather, remarkable fashion. Chicago lost the first game 9-8 when Thurman Munson hit a two-oul, two run homer in the bottom of the 13th inning. Then Stan Bahnsen, knocked out in the .second inning of the opener, came back to win the nightcap with solid relief tockton Heads ·lartford Open the split, 4-2. Elsewhere in League Friday innings of Chicago gained the American night, Boston Bay. On Sunday, St. Louis plays San Diego in Seattle, Denver is it San Francisco. New Orleans s at New England and Buffalo at Washington. Meanwhile, negotiations con tinued in Washington without success. Ed Garvey, executive 24. director of the players' association, said the owners have reused to ·negotiate very much on the freedom issues, the crux of the dispute. Talks continued today. The Bengals had 28 veterans in camp during the strike and easily polished oft Miami and Philadelphia in exhibition lests. Not all coaches were so anxious to put their veterans lo an immediate test. Houston Oiler Coach Sid Gil- would go Ihe same youthful lineup--sparked by John Foole--that already has beaten the New York Giants and the Washington Redskins. ' Many Oiler veterans are not pleased with Gillman's philosophy, but (he Oiler coach says be is not In a popularity contest. "If I can win, everyone can hate me," said Gillman, "I'll give them a license to despise me if I can win." Chicago Bear Coach Abe Gibron has 81 players in camp and he says he's not aboul to risk his veterans. The Chicago coach said he would probably lake along only about a half- dozen veterans when th« Bears 1 travel to Green Bay. roughs, Tex, 84. H I T S-Carew, Min, 165; Scott, Mil, 135. DOUBLES-Rudi, Oak, Scott, Mil, 29. TRIPLES--Rivers, Cal, Otis. KG, 9. HOME RUNS-D.AHen, Chi, 32; Burroughs, Tex, 23. . S T O L E N BASES--North, Oak. 43; Rivers. Cal, 30. PITCHING (12 Decisions)-G .Perry. Cle, 16-7. .696, 2.43 Tiant, Bsn, 18-8, .692, 2.82. STRIKEOUTS-N.Ryan, Cal, 269; Blyleven, Min, 174. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (275 at bats) -Garr. -All, .360; Gross, Htn, .324. RUNS-Morgan,. Cin, 85; Schmidt, Phi, 83. RUNS BATTED IN--Schmidt, Phi. 91; Bench, Cin, 90. H I T S--Garr, A l l , 178; D.Cash, Phi, 153. DOUBLES--Cardenal, C h i , ;. 28; Slargell, Pgh, 28; Bench. Cin, 28. TRIPLES-Garr, . All, I S A. Oliver, Pgh. 11. HOME RUNS-Schmidt, Phi, 28; Wynn, LA, 27; -finch, Cin. STOLEN BASES--Brock, StL, 81; Morgan, Cin, 50. PITCHING (12 Decisions)-John, LA, 13-3, .813, 2.58 Calrl- well. SF. 11-3, .786, 3.15. STRIKEOUTS--Carllon. Phi, 182; Messrsmth, LA, 162. Iman announced he against Dallas with Intrepid Unbeaten In Cup Trials NEWPORT, R. I. (AP) In- .repid remained the only undefeated boat Friday as trials lo . ,, , chose an America's Cup de-! tlonal Football League exhibi- ' ' _. . g a m c before a crowd of the sideline until he encountered a Blue safety at the 10-yard line. ·With a ghostlike maneuver, Deffebaugh feinted to the boundary and then cut back to liis left, breezing into the end zone untouched. APPROVAL VOICED Cries of "All right!' ant "That's my man!" e c h o e d among the 400 spectators. Moments later, pile-driving Mark Jordan added the 'extra point for a 21-0 lead. Earlier, Jordan had scored on an 18-yard sweep and a five- yard slant, with Deffebaugh adding the conversion each time. Jordan set up one of his touchdowns with a 25-yard run through the middle, during Indians Open Fall Drills JONESBORO. Ark. (AP) Coach Bill Davidson of Ar (ansas State University said he was disappointed Friday afte ushering his Indians through their first 1974 football practice "It looks like we're in a lo poorer shape than I had antici sated," he said. "This is goin :o throw us behind gettin ready for Southwestern Lou siana. "We're gonna' have to tak some practice time and use i trying to condition the player into shape, and since we don' really have all that much tirn to 'get ready for USL, it's goin *o set us back a little." The Indians spent two hour in shorts in a light mornin rain. They went through wha Davidson called "a le.arnin procedure" in a two-hour after noon session, including 30 min utes in a heavy downpour. Practice in pads begins Tues day. yard scoring pass. Pitts ran for ,he extra point to tie the game. .· . Steve Phillips dominated the , bird quarter with a 58-yard run ^ and several jarring tackles, but his team couldn't score. J In the final period, the Reds 1 lulled out all the stops. Facing , ourth and nine from their 39 vith 2:45 to play, Coaches Gray «ind Martin disdained the punt ^ and constructed a play from ^ ,he shotgun formation. ^ Pitts took the deep snap, woke three tackles and made g Ihe first down by a foot. j That bit of derring-do served Q only to protect the tie, however, as the Blue intercepted two u lays later . t An hour or so after that, the 0 0, 11, and 12-year-olds were also f iuislicd and the 21st annual (ids Day was history. It all ended too soon for one r Kiwanian hawker, who still had t eight hot dogs to sell. "Last J year's prices-- 25 cents," he r ileaded. MeCutcheon and Bruton de- i murred. "Last year's hot 1 dogs," they explained. f t c Additional Money | SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) -Legislation designed to provide additional money for the Ham- bletonian harness race was approved Friday by Gov. Daniel Walker. The bill calls for proceeds of the third race on each Saturday of harness racing Ihroughout , the state to be set aside for Ihe Hainblelonian, the annual harness classic held at the Du- Quoin Fairgrounds. c Illinois was threatened with the loss of Ihe Hamblelonian ' last year, when race organizers voted to move the event to ' Pennsylvania. The group later reconsidered and decided to move back lo Illinois for the 1974 race which will he held Aug. 28. 1 ; Raiders Bruise Detroit 41-10 : i DETROIT (AP) -- T h e Detroit Lions were shocked anc I soaked after the Oakland Raid ers socked it to 'em Friday night. Oakland-- which had the ad vantage of playing many vctcr ans who had been in camp for . several weeks-- soundly bea the rookies and rusty-veterans n from Detroit 41-10. in their Na a drive with the opening kickoff, and by light end Bob Moore on a three-yard pass from veteran Ken Stabler. A 32-yard field goal by Efren Herrera and a three-year scoring run by Willie Burden ac- Oakland had 22 veteran players in camp before the two- week player strike moratorium sent the remainder to edged Miinnesota 3-2, Texas rapped Cleveland 7-3, Ballimore shut out Kansas City 1-0, 7-3 and Detroit defeated Oakland 5-3. Red Sox 3, Twins 2 Boston pushed across a ninth inning run on Juan Beniquez oases-loaded single to stiadi Minnesota. Rick Burleson', double sandwiched around walks to Doug G r i f f i n and Rick Miller set the stage for Ben iquez' winning hit. Orioles 1, Royals 0 The night's best pitching job lelongcci to Baltimore's Ross 3rimsley who fired a three-hit er at Kansas City. Rich Coggins drove in game's only run with a single n the f i f t h inning, carrying the Orioles to their victory. Grimsley. 14-10. gave up a walk, a single and a double in he opening inning, but allowcc only one more hit the rest o the way. Rangers 7, Indians 3 Texas scored seven unearned ·uns in the seventh inning 'hree of them on a homer bj Jeff Burroughs, and walloped Cleveland. Burroughs' homer was hi: 23rd of the season as thi Rangers wiped out a 1-0 Icai ihat Dick Bosnian had pro tected into the seventh. Irom cally, it was Bosnian's own cr ror that opened (he gates fo the ..Rangers' barrage. Travs Drop TL Twinbil! tases and on the next pilch orre sent a hot smash up the from Cards Schoendienst, WETHERSFIELD, AP) -- "I have Conn, good atti- ide," Dave Stockton said, try- ig to explain his record-setting ead midway through the $200,)l) Sammy Davis Jr.-Greater lartford Open Golf Tourna- cnl. "That's what golf is all boul, really," he said. "Alti- ude. I'm having a grcal time, t's a lot more fun lo walk along and laugh and talk with eople than to trudge down Ihe airway wth your head down ooking at the worms." Stockton, who presents a hap- iv face to the world in most :ircumstances. is positively gleeful now. His putter is the eason. He's played 36 holes and has one-putted exactly half the time on his way to a 130 total Manager Red who declared. whopping 12 under par on t h e friendly little 6,598-yavd Welh- erKfielcl Country Club course. His pair of six-under-par 65s represents the best 36. holo total on the pro golf tour this season and gave him a two-stroke lead over Bob Wynn and three over Trevino going into today's third round of the chase for a Wynn, a non - w i n n i n g tour $40,000 first prize, regular, had a 64--the best round, drifted back with a 72. day--in Friday's second round ind took over second place at 132. Trevino. enjoying one of his best putting rounds March, had a 65-133. I t ' was another two strokes lack to the group tied for 'ourlh at 15, seven -under par but a distant lind Stockton 'I've never seen anybody better than him this year." Elsewhere in the National League, New York edged Cincinnati 2-1 in 12 innings. Pittsburgh tripped Los Angeles 5-2. Philadelphia defeated Atlanta 6-3, Houston whipped Montreal' 8-3 and Chicago stopped S a n Diego 4-1. Mots 2, Reds 1 Rusty Staub singled homa Bud Harrelspn in the top of the 12th to put tlie Mets in front 21. It was then up t o , N e w York; relief ace Tug McGraw to keep tilings that way. The first man up in the bottom ' of Ihe 12th was Johnny Bench, who laced a McGraw curve to the wall in left field, and wound up on second with a double. McGraw fielded a parrel Chancy bunt, spun and fired to third in time for the out, and retired the next two batters. Pirates 5, Dodgers 2 Dock Ellis fired a five-hitter or the Pirates, posting his sixth consecutive victory and landing the Dodgers their ourth straight loss. It was Pittsburgh's 23rd win .in the last 33 games. Phils fi, Braves 3 Dave Cash slugged a two-run triple in the ninth inning lo break a 3-8 tie and lead the Phils lo victory. He then scored on n passed b a l l . With one out in the n i n t h . Bill Robinson was safe at third base when Atlanta's Ralph Garr draped his fly ball for an er- After Bob Bnone struck out. Tommy Hutton walked, then Cash laced his triple to right-center. Astros 8, Expos 3 Doug Racier drove in f o u r five strokes be. who is pulling runs w i t h a homer and a single to lead Houston to victory. Rader's RBI single keyed a three- run outburst in the fourth inning, while his three-run homer caped the scoring in the eighth. Cubs 4, Padres 1 Relief pitcher Tom Dellora belted a two-run double in the sixth inning and hurled in 6 1-3 away from the field despite painful hone bruise on his right r °Th'ey included Auslralian °ad the Cubs past San Diego Bruce Cramplon. John M a h a f fey, J.C. Snead. Lebron Harris and Bob Payne. Cramplon and Payne had 65s, Harris a 66 and Mahaffey and Snead 67s in the warm, sunny wealher. LFCADERS Dave Stockton 6565-130 Bob Wynn UTTLE ROCK (AP) - nie Miller's iwo-oul single in the Lee Trevino J.C. Snead Bob Payne John Mahaffey Bruce Crampton lender continued off Rhode Island sound. Intrepid raised its record to 3-0, beating Mariner by one minute, 27 seconds over a 20- mile course and beating Valiant by 1:44 in a nine-mile race. Courageous tipped ils record to 2-1 by t a k i n g Valiant by 5:32 over 20 mijes and Mariner by 1-2 and Val- Courageotis 2:48 over nine miles. Mariner is now iant 0-3. Intrepid faced and Valiant met Mariner as Irials conlinued Saturday. There will be no racing Sunday. 20,488 at Tiger Stadium. It rained heavily for some three hours before the game. Rookie Harold Hart scored a pair of louchdowns for the Raiders to run his preseason total lo six, while Oakland embarrassed Detroit with a 63- yard scoring run by rookie Mark Van Eighcn on a fake punt and a 51-yard touchdown interception return by rookie Chris Arnold. The other Oakland touchdowns were by Clarence Davis on a three-yard run to conclude practice. The Raiders started mostly veterans. Detroit, meanwhile, starled a mostly rookie crew and eventually veterans saw action-many very little, however. Only eight veteran Lions had reported lo camp before the moratorium began a few days ago. bottom of the 12th inning lifted Victoria lo a 2-1 victory and a doubleheader sweep over the Arkansas Travelers Friday night. The Toros captured the first game. 8 4 . With the double victory Victoria increased its lead ' o v e r Arkansas in the Texas League East Division (o four full games. Both' teams have 17 games remaining. Righthanders Dwight Bernard and Steve Watcrbuy hooked up in the second game dual. Victoria scored a run off Waterbury in the third. Arkansas came back with one off Bernard in t h e fourth. The game remained lied until t h e 2th when Miller hit his. single. First baseman Brock Pcm- bcrton's hitting sparked Vic- tpria in the opener. Pemberton crashed two homers and drove from a 4-2 deficit to tie w i t h single runs in the fourth a n d fifth innings. 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