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12 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurf.. Aug. 29, 1974 FAYETTKVILLI. ARKANSAS Wants Haden To Throw Professional Baseball Pittsburgh St. Louis Pliilnphia Montreal New York Chicago National League Â· Easl W L Pet. 68 61 .527 67 63 .515 64 66 59 56 52 GB 114 4% a u .492 GB .465 71 .441 74 .413 West Los Angeles 82 47 .636 -Cincinnati 80 51 .Gil 3 Atlanta 72 58 .554 IOK Houston 67 62 .51'J 15 San Fran 57 73 .438 25V4 San Diego 50 80 .385 3214 ^yctlllcs(\ay's Results Houston 3, New York 2, 10 innings Pittsburgh 3, San Francisco 1, 11 innings Cincinnati 4, Philadelphia, 3 Atlanta 4, Montreal, 2 St. Louis 5. San Diego 1 Los Angeles 7, Chicago 6 Thursday's Games Pittsburgh (Rooker 9-10 or Demery 5-4) at San Francisco (Caldwcll 12-3) Houston (Roberls 0-10) nl New York (Seaver 7-8) Atlanta (P. Nickro 14-11) at Montreal (Rogers 12-17), N St. Louis (Curtis 7-12) al San '.Diego (Jones 7-18), N Chicago (Bonham . 10-16) at Los Angeles (Messersmilh 156), N Only Games Scheduled American League East W L Pet. GB Boston 71 57 .555 New York 67 62 .519 Cleveland 64 64 .500 Baltimore 63 65 .492 Milwaukee 62 68 .473 10KV4 Detroit 61 69 .469 11 West 75 56 .573 -69 61 .531 5'/z 08 03 .519 7 Oakland Kan Cily Texas Chicago California LOS ANGELES (AP)-- The Jniversity of Southern Califor- ,ia has turned out a long list of uality tailbacks. Anthony Davis is now a senior, yet :oach John McKay says the orward pass might carry the Trojans to a fourth national :hampionship in 12 years. The Trojans, who fell from No. 1 to No. 8 in The Associated Press college football Â·anking with a 9-2-1 record last .eason, appear to have the Bear Hug From The Riddler Arkansas fackle Jon Rhltldle- lioover wraps up a halfback during Wednesday's workout at Razorback Stadium. Lcotis Harris (72) has been blocked, but seems ready to grab a leg. Coach Frank Broyles was unhappy with (he day's prac- tice. (TIMESphoto by Good) K e n 6th In Row For NL East Leaders Double Fuels Pirate Win 65 65 .500 9'/ 2 % 51 80 .389 24 Wednesday's Results Detroit 2, California 1 Oakland 3, Milwaukee 1 Cleveland 7, Kansas City 1 New York 5, Minnesota 0 Texas 4, Baltimore 2 Chicago 3, Boston 0 Thursday's Games Baltimore (Grimsley 14-12) at Texas (Bibby 18-14), N N Boston (Lee 14-11) at Chicago (Wood 1915), N Only Games Scheduled Friday's Games Oakland at Detroit. N Baltimore at Kansas City. N California at Milwaukee, N Boslon at Minnesota, N N Cleveland at Texas. N New York at Chicago, N N By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ed Kirkpatrick's two-run double in the llth inning fired the streaking Pittsburgh Pirates to a 3-1 victory over the San Francisco Giants. The win was the sixth in a row for the East Division leaders. The Pirates took a 1-0 lead in the third on successive one-out singles by Ronnie Stennett, Richie Hebner and Al Oliver, with Oliver extending his hit- ling streak to 21 games. San Francisco tied it in the bottom of the third when Garry Maddox singled, Gary Thomasson walked, the runners pulled a double steal and Gary Matthews sent Maddox home with [rounder, Wednesday night's other League Leaders American League BATTING (325 at bals)- Carew, M i n , .365; Hargrove, Tex, .346. RUNS--D.Allen, Ystrzmski, Bsn, 77 RUNS BATTED a Â·gn In Dodgers 7, Cuhs 6 D i l l Madlock's pinch-hit rand slam gave Chicago an ing tie but Willie Joe Torre walked to load the California 1; Oakland 3, Mil National League games, the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated Chicago 7-6, the Houston Astros edged New York 3-2 in 10 innings, the Atlanta Braves beat Montreal 4-2 and the St. Loujs Cardinals downed San Diego 5- Reds 4, Phils 3 Terry.v.,,Cr.owley's run-scoring double -ni the eighth inning carried Cincinnati's redhot Reds to a 4-3 victory over the sinking Philadelphia Phillies. Darrell Chaney's Iwo-oul single brought Crowley, hitting only .239, to the plate to bat for jiilcher Will. McEnaney. His Chi, 8 2 ; ' h a l f swing hit rocketed between and right field and scored from first to roughs, Tex, 106: D.Allen, Chi, give the Reds their ninth victo- center IN--Bur- Chancy 85; Bando, Oak, 85. , r y in the lasl 11 'games, within HITS--Carew, Min, 179; Mon- three games of first-place Los ey. Mil, 147. Â· DOUBLES--Rudi, Oak, 34; . McRae. KC, 32. j Â· TRIPLES Rivers, Cal, 11; Otis, KC, 9. Â·- HOME RUNS--D.'Allen. Chi, , 3 2 ; R.Jackson, Oak, 26. Â· S T O L E N BASES--North, : O a k , 45; Patek, KC, 31. PITCHING (13 Decisions)-Fitzmorris, KC, 10-4, .714, 2.99 Tiant, Bsn. 20-9, .690, 2.87 Â·' STRIKEOUTS-N.Ryan, Cal, 295; Blyleven, Min, 190. | National League | . BATTING (325 at bats)-. Garr, All, .360; Zisk, Pgh, .333. Â· RUNS--Morgan, C i n , 95; Schmidt, Phi, 92. . RUNS BATTED IN--Schmidt Â· Phi, 98; Bench, Cin, 98; Wynn, Â· HITS--Garr, All, 198- Gar; vey, LA. 168. ; DOUBLES--A.Oliver. Pgh, Â· 31: Bench, Cin, 31; Rose Cin, .31; Cardenal, Chi, 30: Stargell, Â· Pgh. 30. Â· TRIPLES--Garr, At!, 16- Â· A.Oliver, Pgh, 11 Â· HOME RUNS-Schmidt. Phi, Â· 32: Wynn, LA, 29 STOLEN BASES-Brock. StL, Angeles in the West. Crawford's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth gave the Dodgers the victory. Steve Garvey's fifth single of the game started the nint and Ron Cey was safe at first when pitcher Oscar Zamora fumbled liis bunt. Joe Ferguson sacrificed the runners up a base and Von Joshua was walked intentionally to load the bases before Crawford batted for Bill Russell and hit his game-winning fly ball, giving reliever Mike Marshall the victory. Astros 3, Mets 2 Cliff Johnson's two : out home run in the 10th inning that powered the Astros past New Yqrk was Johnson's fifth as a pinch hitter, equalling Joe Cronin's 1943 American League record' and putting Johnson within one of the major league mark of | six, set by Donnie Frederick o f ] he 1932 Brooklyn Dodgers. Braves 4, Expos 2 Ralph Garr belted a two-run ,riple in the,ninth inning, then scored on Marty Perez' sin'gle ,o lift the Braves over Moti;real. Cards 5, Padres 1 Bake McBride hit a tie-breaking two-run single in the seventh inning and Ted Simmons followed with a two-run double to beat the Padres and keep St. Louis within 114 games of the Pirates, * Lou Brock stole Iwo bases to boost his season total to 91 and singled to open the seventh inning before Reggie Smith and bases and set up McBride's hit. In Wednesday's American League games, it was Detroit 2, waukee 1; Cleveland 7, Kansa City 1; New York 5, Minnesot 0; Texas 4, Baltimore 2, am Chicago 3, Boston 0. McKay Likes Pass USL Named Major College LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) The University of Southwestern Louisiana here has been desigi- nated by the National Collegiate Athletic Association a a major college in football competition. Athletic Director Toby War en said Wednesday he was advised by the NCAA of its approval of USL for Division status effective Sept. 1. USL already is listed as Division I in other spots, but had to y more than 50 per cent p: -cams to achieve that status in football. This year's schedue lists sev in major college opponents. Tulane and LSU are the only other Division I teams in Loui si ana. USL is the third team in the Southland Conference to gain major college football status The others are Lamar Tech and the University of Texas Arlington. Jets Trade Mooring HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- The New York Jets traded center guard John Mooring to the Miami Dolphins. orscs to romp tailback Davis .way for long gains. However, McKay leaves little oubt that Pat Haden's accu- ate, strong right arm will be of 247 passes, 13 for touchdowns, last season and he completed 21 of 39 Rose Bowl passes for 229 in the 42-21 loss to Ohio Stale last Jan. 1. he basis of Southern Cal's I- ormation attack in 1974. "Haden will have as good a -ear as we let him have," said McKay of his 6-foot senior iiarterback. "He's a super ilayer .. . the greatest passer 've ever seen. "I thought he should have passed more last year, and he vill pass more this year," said he coach who had national champions in 1362, 1967 and 1972. COUNTS ON DAVIS Meantime, .McKay expects ;he 5-foot-9 Davis to bounce back from a "disappointing /ear in which he gained 1,112 /ards and scored 15 -touchdowns. In two seasons, hs has rushed for 2,303 yards and scored 34 touchdowns. Still, McKay expects to alternate his tailbacks, as he did ast year when they were all lealthy. Lelterman Allen Car- ;er is back, along with jaycee ;ransfer Ron Jamerson and two of 19 incoming freshmen, Dwight Ford and Ron Connors. Haden completed 5G per cent Haden has a bunch standing receivers of out- Johnny McKay, the coach's son, Jim Obradovich and Shelton Diggs, he latter a sophomore who racked up All-American Lynn iwann at flanker last season. WOOD RETURNS Richard Wood, an All-Ameri- 'an as a sophomore and as a unior, returns at linebacker to cad a defense loaded with tarters from last season, 'acklo Gary Jeter started last season as a freshman. McKay says' he has concen- .'ated on plugging the middle of the USC defense which Okla- oma exploited in a 7-7 tie and Ohio State used to "embarrass" the Trojans last New Right Winger Signs HOUSTON (AP) -- The W o r l d Hockey Association champion Houston Aeros have signed right winger Don Lar way, their No. 1 draft choice Aeros President Jim Smith has announced. Larway, 20, who played jun ior hockey last season, gives the Aeros four signecs out o their first five draft choices. Larway, who scored 46 goal and 36 assists for Swift Curren in the Western Canadian Hock ey League last year, also wai the first-round selection of thi Boston Bruins in the Nationa Hockey League. Year's Day. "The greatest improvement on our team will be the de- lense." he said. U n l i k e previous years, McKay doesn't hesitate to say lie's shooting for the championship. The national Trojans meet Notre Dame Nov. 30 and, if the they win the Pac-8 as expected and Ohio Stale does likewise in the Big 10, USC will get a chance for revenge against the Buckeyes in the Rose Bowl. Marc Heller's MASSAGE CENTER Massage and Steam Cabinet For Health and Relaxation YOUR FIRST MASSAGE r /2 Off Regular' $5 Rate 349 N. College 443-4929 Call for Appointment OPEN DAILY 9-10; CLOSED SUNDAY WED., THURS., FRl., SAT. Brock Swipes Two More As Cards Clip San Diego SAN Brock, Wills' DIEGO closing all-time (AP) in on Lou Maury major league record for stolen bases in one season, says that he lias been in pain for six weeks with a hand injury that may require surgery this fall. "It happened six weeks ago, in a game againsl Cincinnati, and (Ihe hand) hurts even ' 91: Lopes, LA, 55 PITCHING (13 Decisions)-John, LA, 13-3, .813, 2 58 Cald well, SF, 12-3, .800. 3.01. Shreveporl Pojfj t1lh inning Win By The Associated Press Shreveport managed to edge past Victoria and take an llth i n n i n g victory 8-7 Wednesday night in the Texas League. Dan T h o m a s ' single sent Dave Lintlscy home from third winning run. base wilh the L-incJsey drew a walk from losing pitcher Steve Simpson (107). and moved to third on Kent Jacobsnn's double. The Toros scored five r u n s in a fifth inning highlighted by a two-run single by Ron Diggle and a Iwo-run double by Brock Temberton. Dennis Yard, noÂ« 5-7, pitched 6 2-3 innings to wir in relief. In the only olher games Midland crushed El Paso 12-3. Rain forced postponements for Ama rillo at San Antonio and Ar kansas at Alexandria. Midland's Mike Sember hit two home runs to bring his ,, son tola! to six-a solo poke in the second inning and with a man on base in the ninth. The Cubs' Brock Davis stole three bases, singled three times am scored three times. Designated hitter Bill Dryden drove in four runs for Midland. when I try to open a car door," the St. Louis outfelder said after he swiped his 90th and 91st bases of the season in a jarrie the Cardinals won from San Diego, 5-1. Brock, displaying a left hand vith the middle knuckle badly swollen, now is only 13 thefts shy of the major league record of 104 set by the Dodgers' Maury Wills in 1S62. "It hurts when I hit a ball or make a throw." said (he 35- year-old lefthand hitter, "but I've learned !o live with pain. "I don't know how it hap- leneci," he said. With success Wednesday nisht on two of the three times he attempted to steal, Brock has 26 thefts this month and appears confident of breaking Win-; 1 record. "If you could stay healthy," ic sain", speaking in the third aerson, "you might be able to ireak the record by the end of Ihe first week in September." Brock said his first thoughts McBride hit what proved to be a winning two - run single. Tec Simmons, who had doubled home McBride in the sixth in ning, followed with a two-run double to help right-hander Lynn McGlothen nqtch his 15th victory against eight losses. McGlothen scattered seven hits, one of them a sixth-inning homer by John Grubb tha created a brief 1-1 tie. The teams play the third and deciding game of the series here tonight as Randy Jones, 7 18, opposes Cardinal lefty John Curtis, 7-12. of surpassing Wills came in 1966 when he stole 74 bases. However, he says Ihe motivation for what is hannening this year came last September. "We wore in a tight race in our division." he recalls, "and we were having trouble scoring runs, I believe I stole 26 bases that month and that had to tell me something." In a briefcase he carries. Brock has charts supplied by the Nationa! League office comparing his current pace to that set by Wills 12 years ago. Wednesday night, Brock hit a leadoff single and stole second to ignite a four-run, tie-breaking seventh-inning rally that kept the second-place Cardinals 114 games behind Pittsburgh in the National League East. Loser Bill Grcif, 6-16, walked Reggie Smith and Joe Torre to load the bases before Bake Intrepid Seeks To Draw Even In Cup Races NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) -- DC Â·ending champion Inlrepi sought to finally draw even to day in the indecisive U.S. trial ,o select an opponent for Aus ralia's Southern Cross in th America's Cup yacht races. The wooden Intrepid beat th aluminum Courageous by 5 seconds Wednesday on flhod Island Sound for its secon straight victory. But Cou rageous still held a 4-3 edge i the head-to-head competition. Southern Cross, another ne\ aluminum vessel, ousted th wooden France, meanwhile wilh an easy victory of 4 min utes. 22 seconds for a decisiv 4-0 margin in the best-of-seve foreign trials. 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