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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 26

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Professional Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE East Boston B alii more Cleveland New York Milwaukee Detroit ' W L 68 54 62 59 60 58 61 61 59 64 '.58 65 West 71 53 G4 5G 62 62 60 63 60 64 49 75 Pel. .557 .512 .508 .500 .480. .472 GB 6 7 9V, 10V4 .573 .533 .50 D 5 9 10V5 11 22 Oakland Kan City Texas Chicago , Minnesota 60 64 .484 California 49 75 .395 Tuesday's Games ' Kansas City 2, Cleveland 0 ; Baltimore 2, Texas 1 Boston 8, Chicago 3 New York 2, Minnesota 1 Oakland 7, Milwaukee 1 Detroit 1, California 0, 11 in nings Wednesday's Games Minnesota (Butler 4-5) a New York (Medich 14-11) Chicago (Johnson 4-2) at Bos ton (Moret 6-5) Kansas City (Dal Canton 7-6; at Cleveland (Bosnian 5-2), N ' Texas (Bibby 17-14) at Balli more (Grimsley 14-10), N Milwaukee (Colborn 8-10) a Oakland (Odom 1-3), N Detroit (LaGrow 7-13) at Cal ifornia (Hassler 2-8), N NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis Philaphia Pittsburgh Montreal New York Chicago Los Angeles Cincinnati ' Atlanta ' Houston San Fran . San Diego East W L ' 65 59 62 61 62 fil 57 63 52 67 50 70 West 77 46 75 49 66 56 63 59 56 68 49 75 GB Pet. .524 .504 .504 .475 .437 10V .417 13 .626 -.605 2V .541 10 .516 13V .452 21 -395 28V Tuesday's Games' Los Angeles 18, Chicago 8 Atlanta 8, St. Louis 6 San Francisco 8, Pittsburg 7, 10 innings Cincinnati 7, Philadelphia 1 San Diego 3, Montreal 0 Houston 6, New York 3 Wednesday's Games Los Angeles (Messersmith-l 5) at Chicago (Bonham 10-15) St. Louis (Gibson 7-10) at A lanta (Capra 10-6), N San Francisco (Williams 1-; at Pittsburgh (Ellis 9-8) N New York (Koosman 11-8) Houston (Griffin 12-5), N Philadelphia (Lonborg 13-1 at Cincinnati (T; Carroll 4-0), San Diego (Spillner 5-8) Montreal (Renko 9-11). N Aaron Pads Average ° As Braves Top Cards ATLANTA (AP) -- Hank Aaron' bfjieyesj his. 'balting ; _average i has been - anemic 'but 'it's gelling healthier. . , · ·'.,.. . . "You -say. I'm "hitting. :.'269 now?" Aaron : asked · Tuesday night after his two singles and a double helped the Allanta raves to an ,86 victory over le St. Louis Cardinals in a Na- ional League baseball game. "Well, at least' that's more ban I weigh," said the home rim king.. __.. ; Clyde King, the-Braves' 'manger,?, admired:' Aaron's ?-.p'e'r- ormance but was at^something of a loss for words. ·· · .-. "Well, what can you say about him-- he's :just unbelievable," said King. Marty. Perez. .also collected three hits for Allanta and Darrell Evans and Leo Foster had two each. . . ; ' "Now it seems like every -. body wants to^get into the act," said King. "Marty -Perez is as lot as a firecracker. Leo Foster came in tonight and did a great jb. COMING AROUND "Ane Evans is the only one I really want to talk about. He's :' ' !···:- : V Y K, ··'» · jarting to come' around. -Even i 0 vheri he wasn'l'-hiltinglSlike'we IJ ill. .know he's' capable^; ot,,','he fj iepf.ii'p the grjod fieiajhg'^and J rase running." ' '·· Q. One of his hits was.: a tw 0 - ·un homer which helped the Graves to a four-run second in- gi ning. His other safety ; was a triple. . . . . . . m The victory was Atlanta's it ninth in the past 11 games ,-and C second -straight 1 ov x er the) East Division-leading Cardinals^- ,li 'i|St~ 'Louis a'igrabbedl aT; .l\ip?rjun 'tf leacliin-tltejirsl ;yifh suigiestiby., ,i Ted Sizemore · 'and Reggie ta Smith and Joe Torre's double. D .·The Braves tied -it in. the: hot- H torn- of the first on.singles-.by w Ralph Garr arid Aaron- and Per- p ez's double. .. · (.Foster led off the -Braves second with a single and later scored when - Mike Tyson threw wildly to second. Vic-. Correll, who also had- singled, scored when Garr hit into a double play. Perez' then singled and Evans unloaded his 15th homer of- t h e season. , ' ' ' . . : - Torre led off the fourth with his ninth -homer. , · · '. - · v . ' · - · ' , · . · , · ; . '·' ' ' '· ' : .. ' Miller, Irwin End Vacations · · - .1 · . . _ ; , · · 1 , . ' ' , - . I ' ' , 1 ' ' " · '"' ' · To Play In Westchesfer Event ' 'HARBIN, 'N1Y. (AP)' -- five ; 1974 titles, and "Irwin. viho fev. fathers, Johnny Miller and Hale Irwin, two of ' the young men who have dominated the pro lour this year, have called m end to Iheir summer 'vacations and will return to action this week in the $250,000 West- Chester Classic. : The 72-hoIe chase for a $50,000 lop prize has lured one of the strongest fields of the year to the par-72 Westchester Coun- Iry Club course in suburban .New .York. The lineup includes Jack Nicklaus, defending champion Bobby' Nichols, Gary Player Arnold Palmer, Tom Weiskopf Hubert Green and Dave. Stockton. · . Major . absentees for t h e Thursday start of this event: are Lee Trevinor. No . 10, m oney c win ner Rod 'Curl; former; "champion Julius Boros, John Schlee' an( Forrest Fezler. Trevino rarely plays 'well 01 t h i s hilly,- heavily-woodec course and is taking a break Curl, who won the Colonial Na lional, withdrew because o continued trouble with tendon itis in his left-hand. Miller, the season's leadinf money-winner and- holder o won the U.S. Open championship .at , nearby . Winged F.opt, Mlh ' have acquired new offspring. ' Miller has played but once in this country since the U.S. Open and Irwin hasn't competed in seven weeks. -While Iheir credentials "are among the best on the tour this year, their long absences , make them something less than the top choices. In fact, a clear-cut favorite is almost impossible to determine. The strength of 'the field, 'the season-long tendency -for .obscure · longshots to' come through and Nicklaus' failure to exert his usual dominance' all help make it a wide-open race. Green, Player, Stockton, and Nichols i.are\ other majorvsCahd- outs:Splayer, 6P coiirs j, 'has ^acquired the Maslersvarid. British Open titles this season. Green and -Stocfclon each has won Ihree times and deferring champion Nichols has picked off two .titles. Palmer, who has won .but one individual title since his victory. here in 1971, and 62-year-old Sam Snead are the sentimental favorites. · · . Despite Questionable Defense NarlhwMl Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Aug. 21, 1974 FAYETTCVILLE, ARKANSAS 27 Central Favored In A A A A Race LITTLE ROCK -.(P) - If . attract 1 ,' fjuiii. Little ral shoiildp;p!ay ;bfe- ed house bash', week ' ' ' " Central can sooVev.v; admits Coach Joe Fred ' Young/ The' Tigers are also--apl to give away points., Young said. The 'Tigers' ability to .score makes the m on,e"of.'the favor- in -the highly, competitive re.-JThcyjiaihj5.0 or 5.1 nnd - n d o u know lic ,hj ·JenchipresasO-and you know -hat !tJfiysiqally.'.«thcy can do it. 3iil, until ydiirget'out them and stick Die pacls on, ypi, iiun't ihow whether he is goki.i o do SEES DOGFIGHT Young believes it will be Class AAAA. ·It [f we we v/e ;ajje were fixed on de feti s B hat hflve never have proved msSlves but; the potential is - wishbone. Scott will gel offensive help from running backs Enoch Tims, Tyrone Short and Arthur Williams. Tims and tackle George Richardson may have to go ways for Ihe Warriors. bolh George Loss has only Iwo' let- ermen returning at Little Hock Catholic, but he does see some jossibilities in the offensive )ack field. " dogfight at the lop. He tailbacks Emanuel' Tolb'erl and Danny'Tlobinson. fullback Mike Hall, tight end Jeff Iiogges and wide ·receiver Robert ' Farrell put:smites'on Young's face. . All but:' Boggds are i'juiriors vho'jhavejbeen ;;hrjughi a b'ell- ghtening campaign. 'Centra va's -V trie thick' of the confer- nce .race'last year uritjl losing o champion Little'Rock Park lew and Fort Smith,Northside ."LOOKS GOOD" ."Offensively, it looks pretty ;ood," Young said. .Nutt-N'started at quarterback as a sophomore;. "I thought he'-did. a, great jol as a sophomore; Young said 'It looks · like . he's , taken up right where he left off.'If any hing; · he's. a little ; bit, bigger and a little bit stronger. He.is a (real .mechanical .'· quarter- jack." - " , ' ' . · Nutt ; didn't carry the ball much last year. That'sithe department oE Robinson'and Tolbert. ' · ' · ; . ' "They are very .similar. Both are' scalbacks. Both have 'excellent speed. We plan' to use both .at tailback. We ; have to have two good 'tailbacks because our tailbacks will carry the ball-25-30 times,a'game. Bqgges went out. for football as a sophomore,-but.passed his junior year. Young said Bogges had .shown a great deal of: i tential 1 at tight end. . "He could add a new dimension to our offense," he .said. Young is hoping :thei'6-foot-5 Farrell -is'.replaced: in the sec- ondary-so'that he can concentrate on catchingjthe football.;' "irwe can put him..out there, we can make folks.play us honest," Young said. · , 'Up!front, the .'tigers 'have ex- -· periehee! v in tackles,',, (Tommy IJe^rce i and Natef vRobinsbn guards Steve Lawson.-ahd Joe Jewell and center Joe Shotts. "I'm optimistic aboutrscoring with the football," 'Young said "That's, the way we'll have to win...offensively. But,.generally in our league you win: o n - d e fense. "We have several people -defensive tackles and defensive ends in tht 195-200-pound range a men- ions Little Rock Parkview, North LH.tlc Rock Northeast, Pine Bluff and North Little "Rr^k-'Ole Main as contenders. A'nrMJiltle Rock Central. 'Northeast may be able to match Central In offensive backs. .The--Chargers have Andrew Love," Kevin Evans and Love is 5-foot-ll. Bill 190; 6-fool-2, 190, and Boaz f oaz. -Lo van si is is6-foot-2, .205. 'Love is being',touted as one of the best backs in the state. He rushed for more than 1,000 yards last year. Operating-the attack will be Steve Sink who, as a soph omore, guided Newport in the Class AA final against Mag nolia. Sink hacked up Dickie Williams as Northeast quarter back in 1973. . The top name on defense is nose guard Melvin Beavers who makes tackles all over the field.- Jim Crowson, in his secont vear .at Northeast, says the Ctiargers will be ! better than ii 9.73 when-they finished 7-4. Parkview ' surprised everyon y winning, the Class AAA/ i'tle last year. The Patriots fig u're to-have'less firepower wit he graduation, of quarterbac ?ucky Lane, running bac Sharles Adcock and tight en Clarence Finley. The defense should be ex cellent. Tackle Brook Ho ingsworth could make all-con 'eirence on offense and defense according to Coach Sam Gooc win. Other defensive standout in the line are Charles Stanley Jerry Sullivan, Derwin Brow and-Steve Cranford. 'North-Little Hock Ole Main searching for a quarterbac! Ole Main Coach Henry Haw doesn't believe any team in th state has better running back than Mike Monk ' and Wayn Moore. Tight end Tim Adams a»college prospect. 'Halfback Glenn Barnum an tackle Stan Freeman are th top defensive players. KEOPPLB CRYING Little Rock Hall Coach C. \ Kebpple is crying the blues b nobody should ever take t! Warriors lightly. Hall has n lost more than three games season since 1965. ·Keopple is counting on sen! Mike Scott to run the Warrior Pro Football Johnny Dallas may be quarterback. Clay Crews .the and Greg Zakrzcwski may handle much of the ball-carrying duty. Linebacker George Goodharl is the only starter-. back.,on de- ens e. Fort Smith Northside .-lost Eastern Division W L T Pet. PF PA orida S 1 0 .833 126 78 ew York 4 2 0 '.667 126 101 hilaphia 3 3 0 .500 148 90 acksonv 2 4 9 .333 118 126 Central Division irmham 6 0 0 1.000 189 10 hicago 5 1 0 .833 177 14 lemphis 4 2 0 .667 160 149! etroit 0 6 0 .000 92 174 Western Division Calif 3 3 0 .500 108 103 ousfon 2 3 1 .400 4. 7 1 awaiians 1 5 0 .167 117 175 ortland 0 5 1 .000 . 76 156 Wednesday's Games Portland at Florida, N Birmingham at Jacksonville; Houston at New York, N Southern California at Phila- elphia, N Hawaii a us at Memphis, Thursday's Game Chicago at Detroit, N, nation- 1 television Sunday's Game Jacksonville at Ilawaiians, N tailback Richard Houston and receiver Jerry Taylor via grad nation which means most of the Grizzzlics' 1973 offense is gone. Northside Coach Tom Crovella is hopeful thai Ira Harris and Charles Weindel can produce as tinners. The defense is bnill around end Stephen Shaw and tackle Chris Caver. At El Dorado, Mike Bender has the chore of rebuilding the Wildcats: who went 1-9 last year. Bender-inherits numbers plus quarterback · Wcs Haynie and Davis Cup Pi-ay NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) -Mie United States' Davis Cup cam will start North American zone, play Oct. 11-13 against the iaribbean team in Nassau's Paradise Island, officials an nounced Tuesday. The Caribbean learn has yel ,o be chosen, but it is expected to include Leo Rolle and Joht Antonas of the Bahamas am rlichard Russell of Jamaica. First- Round Win SEATTLE -- Defending national champion Nancy Lopez of Roswell, N.M., scored a iirst-round victory over Deborah Ann Skelly of San Antonio, Tex., in the Women's Western Invilational golf lournamenl. Tickets Printed BOSTON (AP) -- The Boslon Red Sox have been given permission lo starl prinling playoffs and Word Series tickets. The Red Sox. leading the American League Easl by five games, said the okay on prinl- ing tickels came Monday, but the date of sale would be set later. 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