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Professional Baseball Pittsburgh St. Louis Philaphia Montreal New York Chicago Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran San Diego National league East W L Pel. 68 62 C8 G3 64 66 59 69 57 71 52 75 West 80 51 73 58 67 63 58 73 50 81 .523 .519 .492 .461 .445 .409 .611 .557 .515 .443 .382 GB 10 14% 3V4 25 Vi 33 'A Broyles Pleased As Daily, Busby Return Thursday's Results San Francisco 3, Pittsburgh 2, 11 innings New York 7, Houston 0 Atlanta 7, Montreal 2 St. Louis 3, San Diego 1 Los Angeles 3, Chicago 1 Only games scheduled Friday's Games Houston (Wilson 9-10) at Philadelphia (Twilcbell 6-6), N Montreal (Blair 7-8) at Cin. cinnati (Kirby 9-7), N Atlanta (Capra 12-6) at New . York (Sadecki 5-7), N Chicago (Stone 6-4 and Det- tore 1-1) at San Diego (Freisleben 9-8 and Palmer 2-5). 2 IN Pittsburgh (Rooker 9-10) at Los Angeles (Rau 12-0), N St. Louis (Sicbert 7-7) at San . Francisco (Caldwell 12-3), N By GRANT rtALL TIMES Sports Editor Linebacker Marvin Daily and safety Bo Busby returned to Razorback football practice here Thursday, and Coach Frank Broyles said, "They both had good practices. We were very pleased with both of them." Busby had missed 11 practices with a sprained back, and Daily seven with a bruised jaw. "Today's practice was a little better." said Broyles, who hac been unhappy with the Wednesday workout. "The hitting was much improved, so we cut the workout a little bit short. Broyles said the defense worked against the Southern California offense. "We took some film, which we'll correci and study," he said. He noted, however, that it will still be awhile before t h e Razop'jacks receive a scouting report on USC. "Up until noi he said, "we've been working the defense about half the time againsl the Wishbone and the other half against the Southern Cal offense. We'll work more on Southern Cal from here on. Asked if any individuals stood out Thursday, B r o y l e s said "Just the good ones -- the one: you'd expect. I imagine you gel tired oi' mentioning thei: names." Those mentioned most often so far have been senior tackle; Jon Rhiddlehoover and Brisoi Manor. Broyles did say that boll Scott Bui] and Mark Mille "looked good on the optip play." Bull and Miller are stil listed as alternate first-teamer at quarterback, with no on listed ,on the second team. American League East i W L Pet. GB Boston 72 57 .558 New York 67 62 .519 5 Cleveland 64 64 .500 TA Baltimore 64 65 .496 8 Milwaukee 62 69 .473 11 Detroit 61 69 .469 1114 West O a k l a n d 75 56 .573 -K a n - C i t y 69 61 .531 5V4 Texas 68 64. ,515 Vk Chicago 65 66 .495 10 Minnesota G3 68 .481 12 . California 51 80 .389 24 Thursday's Results " Baltimore 6, Texas, 2 Boston 3, Chicago, 2 Only Games Scheduled Friday's Games · Oakland (Holtzman 15-13) at Detroit (LaGrow 8-14), N Baltimore (Cuellar 15-10) at Kansas City (Dal Canton 8-6), 'N California (Ryan 16-14) at Milwaukee (Kobel 6-10), N Boston (Moret 7-6) at Minnesota (Blyleven 12-15), N .... . Cleveland (Bosman 5-3) at Cardinals' 26-year-old left-hand- Texas (Hargan 10-8), N New York (Gura 1-0) at Chi cago (Bahnsen 11-14), N : Mike Kirkland, Ihe noniina econd learner, has missed the ast six practices with a prained right wrist. Teddy Barnes came oft the njury list Thursday and alter laled with Elijah Davis as th econd-team l e f t halfback ^reshman Mark Lewis of Hous on advanced to sole second earn status at defensive righ ackle behind Rhiddlehoover. Lewis made all-America a .pring Branch High School las .·ear. He is 6-3, weighs 245 anc can bench-press 400 pounds. Broyles said Davis, wh played cornerback last year a i freshman and fullback briefl ast week, would-probably sta at halfback. Davis lias run th 100-yard dash in 9,6. Mike Campbell, who workc at defensive end earlier ttv week, was 'back at nose guar Thursday. The alternate firs .earners there are Wayma rlawkins and Leotis Harris Hawkins' number has b e e changed from 31 to 65. Asked to . account for th difference in spirit , betwee and Thursda; "They wer naturally ready today, after th bad practice. But we're reall not smart enough to know." Broyles indicated that today practice will be similar to game-week .Friday, with les contact and more work on th kicking game. "We'll slack o a little," he said. Writers making the rounds c the Southwest Conference toi will be here tonight ai tomorrow. Broyles said th Saturday scrimmage wou begin after press activities en at about 3 p.m., but wou again be closed to the public. W e d n e s d a y Broyles said, Cey Singles Power St. Louis Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, Aug. 30, 1974 FAYETTIVILLE, A R K A N S A S Cardinals Half Game Back Now SAN DIEGO (AP) -- The San Diego Padres are in last place ut catcher Fred Kendall has ad the satisfaction this season t breaking up two ho late innings. no-hitiers in "He hit a good pitch. It was vhere I wanted it," St. Louis eft-hander John Curtis, 8-12, he Padre catcher singled home a game-lying run with two out ii the eighth inning of a game he Cardinals won in the ninth, 3-1, on run-scoring singles by Jim Dwyer and Mike Tyson. "It was a fastball inside and I guess I was looking for it." said Kendall.- whose sharp hit went through the left side of the infield to score Dave W i n field. Curtis retired the first 21 batters to face him 'out lost his bid for a perfect game when lie walked Winfield to open the eighth. "I was very careful with Win- 'ield because he hit a home run here to teal me 1-0 earlier this season," Curtis said. Meantime, Kendall was remembering during the game that on May 27 in Pittsburgh, he led oft the ninth inning with a single to break up Pirate left- hander Ken Brett's bid for a no-hilter. "I wasn't too let down when Kendall got his hit," Curtis said. "I wanted the no-hitler. I Gilliam's Talents On Line Against Jurgensen, Bradshaw By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS One of the most successful quarterbacks in the National Football League preseason has been Pittsburgh's Joe Gilliam. And when he leads the Steel- rs against the Washington Redskins tonight, Gilliam will be placing his skills in comparison with the Steelers' Terry Bradshaw and Washington's Sonny Jurgensen, two men who have made success a ha:)it. If Gilliam continues his success, it could mean failure for the two veterans. Gilliam this preseason has led the Steelers to four straight victories.' He has completed 53 of 86 attempts for 874 yard: and leads Ihe-league with seven touchdown passes. Meanwhile, Jurgensen, the 18-year veleran, is still trying to prove lie has recovered from off-season knee surgery and undergo a critical testing tonight that could nudge him onto the taxi squad and into ultimate retirement. Bradshaw also has been hampered by an injury -- to his passinig arm -- and has found himiself in the second slot behind Gilliam. In the other games tonight, Green Bay is al Miami and Detroit is al Buffalo. Saturday, Philadelphia w i 11 face the New York Giants at Princeton, N.J.; Denver will meet New England at Spokane, Wash.; Baltimore will 'be at At-' lanta; Minnesota at St. Louis; Kansas City at Dallas; the New York Jets at New Orleans; Los Angeles at San Diego, and Chicago at Houston. Cincinnati and Cleveland will play at Columbus, Ohio, on Sunday and Oakland will be at San Francisco in a nationally televised game Monday-night. Miami is trying, to \reh.ounc from its worst loss in three years when it hosts Green Bay Los Angeles walloped the de fending champions 31-13. But Cards Win Anyway John Curtis Misses No Hitter League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS John Curtis, the St. Louis er, Cflme within one pitch of the ;hird no-hitter this year and the first 1 in the National League. But that one pilch rocketed off the bat of San Diego's Fred Kendall in the eighth inning and wrecked not only the no- hitter but the shutout as well. Fortunately, Jim Dwyer and Mike Tyson got a couple of hits when they really counted and gave Curtis an 8-12 record and the Cards a 3-1 victory over the American League BATTING (32S at bats) Carew. Min, .365; Hargrove, Tex, .346. .- RUNS--D.Allen, Chi, 82; Ystrzmski, Bsn, 77. RUNS BATTED IN--Burroughs, Tex, 106; D.Allen, Chi, 85; Bando, Oak, 85. HITS--Carew, Min, 179; Money, Mil, 147. DOUBLES--Rudi, Oak, 34; McRae, KC, 32. TRIPLES-Hivers, Cal, 11; Otis, KC, 9. ' HOME RUNS -D.Allen. Chi, 32; R.Jackson, Oak, 26. S T O L E N BASES-North, Oak, 45; Patek, KC, 31. PITCHING (13 Decisions)- Fitzmorfis, KC, 10-4, .714, 3.05 Tiant, Bsn, 20-9, .690, 2.87. STRIKEOUTS--N.Ryan, C a l , 295; Blyleven, Min, ISO. National League BATTING (325 at bats)-Garr, All. .359; Zisk, Pgh, .330. RUNS--Morgan, Cin, 95; Schmidt, Phi. 92. RUNS BATTED IN--Schmidt, .Phi. 98; Bench, Cin, 98. HITS--Garr, All. 199; Garvey, LA, 169. DOUBLES--A.Oliver, Pgh, 31; Bench, Cin, 31; Rose, Cin, 31; Cardenal, Chi, 30; Stargell Pgh, 30.- TRIPLES-Garr, All, 16; A.Oliver, Pgh, 11. HOME RUNS -- Schmidt Phi, 32; Wynn, LA, 29. STOLEN BASES-Brock. StL Padres Thursday night. In the ninth, Bake McBride, Ken Reitz, Dwyer and Tyson hit successive two-out singles to move the Cards within half a game of first-place Pittsburgh in the National League East. In other, National League games, Los Angeles beat Chicago 3-1, New Y o r k whipped Houston San Francisco nipped Pittsburgh 3-2 in 11 innings and Atlanta downed Montreal 7-2. In the American League, Boston beat Chicago 32 and Baltimore defeated Texas J.C. Snead Ties Course Record 93; Lopes, LA, 55. PITCHING (13 Decisions)-John, LA, 13-3, .813, 2.58 Caldwell, SF, 12-3, .800, 3.01. STRlKEOUTS-Carlton, Phi 192; Messrsmth.'LA, 181. Malone Accepts NEW YORK -- Moses Malone and the Utah Stars of the American Basketball Association agreed to terms on a contract estimated at more t h a n S3 million. ATLANTA ' (AP) -- J.C.' Snead, a former minor league baseball player and nephew of golfing great Sam Snead, fashioned a course-tying 64 Thursday to take a one-stroke lead in the rain-splattered first round of the $250,000 Tournament Players Championship, but he refused to let it get to him. "I try not to get excited," said the 32-year-old veteran who hasn't won on the tour in over two years. He belted out 10 birdies during his round, including five straight and seven on his first nine holes. He also had a pair of bogeys as he took his slim lead over obscure second-year pro Tom Evans, who had a 65 in the opening round which was marred by three thunderstorm delays. The weather caused play to be suspended for t w o hours. 35 minutes. The 45 players who did not finish their rounds will conclude their opening play today before the second round begins in this inilial TPC lournament. which is worth $50,000 to the vinner in addition to a 10-year our exemption and an in- ilation to the U.S. Open. The players are dedicated to mak- ng this event a f i f t h major ourney, joining the Masters, J.S. Open, PGA and British Open. Two strokes behind Snead over the par 72, 6,883-yard At- anta Country Club course are Jack Nieklaus and journeyman Bobby Mitchell. Both had 66s Alone at 67 was Homero Slancas, while at 68 were Roc Funseth, Roy Pace. Larry Hin son. Gibby Gilbert, Bob E Smith, and Tim Collins. Evans, 25, from Dallas, is a winner of only $7.000 in his two years on the tour. He was a last-minute addition to the field of 14'!, getting in when Bobby Cole withdrew with a back in jury Wednesday. Leading money-winner John ny Miller had a 70 while Mas iers and British Open champion Gary Player had a 73, as die Arnold Palmer. PGA champ Lee Trevino will complete hi round today, as will U.S. Open winner Hale Irwin. Beaver Level The Beaver Lake level stood al 1115.97 Friday morning down .14 from Thursday's reported 1116.11. Engineers at the dam site site report that the gene site report that the generators MAN'S LAND, INC. 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Mets 7, Astros 0 The Mets snapped Dave Hob- rts' 26-inning scoreless streak i the first inning when Bud :arrelson doubled and came round on Felix Millan's bunt ngle and a sacrifice fly by Ted Martinez. They added tree more runs in the'third, len scored their final three in :ie sixth oft reliever. Jim York. Giants 3, Pirates 2 Dave Kingman drove in two an Francisco runs with a on rth-inning homer and an Ith-inning single that beat the .ttempted force play. Red Sox 3, White Sox 2 Wilbur Wood's record slipped 0 19-16 after Rick Burleson rove in two of Boston's runs in he victory over Chicago that videned the Red Sox' American ,eague East lead to five games ver the New York Yankees. Orioles 6, Rangers 1 Tommy Davis keyed Baltimore's victory over the dangers with.a three-run single the fourth inning. After Cexas scored a run in the hot- ,om of the fourth, Brooks Robnson led off the fifth with his seventh homer. irates, Gary Matthews opened the 1th with an infield single anc vas bunted to second. Dave ·uisti then walked Chris Speier ntentionally before Kingman ,ingled to left. Willie Stargel ent the game into extra in nings with his 21st homer, a ninth-inning shot. Braves 7, Expos 2 Mike Lum's ninth homei lave Atlanta a 1-0 lead, the Sxpos tied the score in the bol om of the second, then Ralph 5arr hit his 10th after Slew Rogers hit Vic Correll with a Jitch and Larry Lintz droppec Rogers' throw at second on a McGinnis Signs INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana Pacers and George McGinnis came to an agreement on a new two-year con- Iract, ending speculation that the American Basketball Association superstar would sit out liis option year and sign with a National Basketball Association team. 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P^21 3366 arlcd thinking about it in the th inning, but we're in a pen- nt race and the main tiling as to win ithe game/' The victory lifted the Cardi- 1s within a halt game or first- ace Pittsburgh in the Nation- League East. "They (the Padres) hit some 11s hard, but right at people, id my outfielders made two ood plays (one by left fielder ou Brock and the other by Padre starter Randy Jones, ho allowed four hits before eing lifted tor a pinch hitter in e eighth inning. Reliever Lar- Hardy, 7-4, gave up the two eciding runs when McBride, en Hcitz, pinch hitter Dwycr nd Tyson hit successive sin- es with two out in the ninth. "I can feel for Randy," said urtis, aware that the San Diego left-hander's 7-19 record nictudes seven starts in which !hc Padres have been shut out and seven others in which his eam hus managed only ona un. After Curtis walked Winfield, ito Gaston sacrificed and Der- rcl Thomas walked befora Kendall created a 1-1 tie. TERMITES? 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