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! *' (AP Wirepholo) Cards Deal McCarver To Boston Sox ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Tim McCarver, a veteran of three National League pennants and two World Championships with Ihe St. Louis Cardinals, was sold to the Boston Red Sox Saturday, Cardinal officials said. McCarver, 32, is expected to add experience behind Hie plate for the Red Sox, now leading the American League East. Boston's regular catcher, Carlton Fisk, has been out oE the lineup since midseason with an injury. McCarver had been taken off the Cardinal roster Thursday when St. Louis recalled catcher Marc Hill and first baseman Keith Hernandez from Tulsa of the American Association. A 12-year veteran, McCarver was a regular with the Cardinals until being traded to Ihe Philadelphia Phillies in 1969 in the deal that brought Richie Allen and Cookie Rojas to St. Louis. He was subsequently traded to Montreal, then rejoined the Cardinals in 1972 in a trade for Jorge Rorjue. The veteran catcher began 1974 with a lifetime batting average of .272, his best season coming in 1967 when hit ;295 with 14 home runs and 69 runs batted in. He had hit only .217 in 74 games with the Cards this sea- Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., Sept. 1, 1974 FAYETTEVIULE, A R K A N S A S Golfz Foils To Complete Game For 18th Time Minnesota Clips Boston 6-2 BLOOMING-TON ( A P ) Minnesota pitcher Dave Goltx, frustrated by his IBlh failure to complete a game, sat soaking j his right arm in an ice bucket and blamed home plate umpire Ron Luciano for not being able to finish the Twins' 6-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox before a national television audience Saturday. The 25-year-old Goltz, a Minnesota native, claimed he had Carl Yastrzemski "struck out twice" before the Red Sox star ripped a 3-2 pitch for his 13th homer to lead off the ninth inning. Rico Pelrocelli followed with a single and oul came Twins [ s h o u l d n ' t have let Yaz' homer Manager Frank Quitici with Ihe [ upset me mentally, but I guess hook, "All he said," related I did. That's been my prob- Golh, "is, 'I'm going with T o m i l e m . " Burgmeier.' " ! A solo home run by Tony 01- Quilici's judgment paid off as 1 iva and a two-run shot by Sieve the left-handed reliever retired ! Braun had helped stake Goltx, Ihe Red Sox pitched oul o f ! 7-7, to a 4-1 lead after six in- trouble to preserve Minnesota's nings. Burgmeier came in with a man on first and none out and preserved the victory by polling pinch-hitter Bob Montgomery to hit into a double-play second straight victory over the American League East leaders. It was Boston's fifth loss in seven games. "Sure I'd like to have Un- ishcd it." admitted Goltz, who and Doug Griffin to ground out. started to mutter something: The Twins reached Segui for critical of Quilici's decision. then let it go by saying. "You can't criticize him. We won. I a run in the seventh when Larry Hisle singled, slolc second and came in on Oliva's single for a 5-1 lead. In the eighth", Danny Thompson led oft with a single and Borgmann walked before Bryc cracked his run- scoring double to left-center. Rod Cat'ow was intentionally walked to load Ihe bases, but Segui got Ifislo to pop out and pliva to hit into an inning-end- I ing double play. Golly., who has been inconsist- i cut for most of Ihe season, has only one complete game, a 3-2 toss lo California in a rain. shortened six-inning contest. Ha struck out. Ihe side in the first, finished with six strikeouts and I did not walk a batter. THE PUG'S MUG . . . I/ Muhammad AH boxes like he talks, he's sure to put up a good fight in Zaire; Africa, Sept. 24, token he meets George foreman for the heavyweight title. The verbose valiant of the ring displayed these facial contortions during a press luncheon Thursday in Nczo "York to promote the sale of tickets to Madison Square Garden, where the boxing battle of the ages will be shown on closed circuit television. Promoter Quoted Koran son, however, and was mostly as a pinchhitter. used Standings NF,W YORK (AP) -- Don King quoted Elijah Muhammad, the Messenger of Allah, and the Koran to persuade Muhammad Ali to fight Goergc Foreman for the world heavyweight championship. "Remember the Koran said the black man will lead -the world out of darkness," King said. "Elijah says we a r e at the turning point of history. Man, you can't run from this. This is destiny." Ali puckered up his nose and smiled: "Okay, Judge, you got me. Now go get George." George Foreman, the heavyweight champion, was more difficult. He refused lo see anyone. He declined even to discuss a possible Ali-Foreman fight. King (lew to California and cooled his heels for .three days lelinquent out of the Houston ihello and a bombastic, poelry- pouting descendant of a Ken- ucky slave will enter the ring }f a 100,000-seat soccer stadium n tht heart of the old Belgian ?ongo in Africa at 3 o'clock in he morning Sept. 25 and fighl 15 rounds or less for the heavy- veighl championship of the ·orld. They predict a billion people vill see it on cable television. while boxing promoters sought to penetrate Fonforeman's resistance. Then he found Foreman's hotel and took up residence in the lobby until the champion came in' after a workout. LONELY STROLL The black promoter and the fighter strolled the lonely bead in semi-darkness, accompanied only by a large Doberman-Pin scner. The walk and the conversation lasted nearly two hours. "It was all done with a hand shake," King said. "No in volved contracts, no lawyers no men with black satchels get ling into the act. It was mai against man. Blacks anc blacks. Trust, Just trust." Thus, Ihe seed was sown foi the most bizarre sports venture of the age. A former juvenile Rain Drowns Most Of 2nd Round Biaylock Leads Southgate KANSAS CITY (AP) -- A violent thunderstorm halted play about the midway point Saturday in the second round of the $35,000 Soulhgate Open, but not before Jane Blalock surged into the lead. The rain and a windstorm struck the Leawood South County Club's par-72, 6.203-yard course when most golfers were beginning their second nine. 01" " " Profes- lourna ficTals of the .Ladies sional Golf Association By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L 72 58 68 62 previous spectaculars, before Ali met Joe Frazier in t h e i r second flight Jan. 28 at Madison Square Garden. ' The promoter first approached Ali, who showed no interest. "Man, I gotta fight that Frazier again--1 can't make any plans," Ali insisted. 'GOING TO DANCE' "You're going to dance all over Frazier," King told Ali. " gate and other proceeds gross $35 million. The The may _ fighters themselves are guaran- .eed $5 million each -- the largest purse in boxing's history. How was such a fantastic iromolion conceived? Who put She package together? Who raised the up-front money? Why was Kinshasa, once known as Leopoldville, t h e capital of :he emerging nation of Zaire, chosen as the site? Video Techniques, a y o u n g cable television company, became the ball-carrier. It tapped London leisure firm, Hem- dale, for advance money. A Swiss investment firm, Ris- nelia, with strong African commitments, was persuaded to post the $10 million letters of credit. Risnelia insisted on Zaire as the site. But the man pulling the strings is Don King. The multi-million-dollar meeting of Foreman and Ali came out of King's head, while others scoffed, and he is probably the Boston New York Cleveland Baltimore Milwaukee Detroit Oakland Kan City Texas Chicago Minnesota California "See Herbert Muhammad," said Ali. King went to All's business nanager, the son of Elijah, but Serbert also was not excited. King sat beside Herbert Muhammad' that December night when Ali reversed a previous defeat and outpointed Frazier West 76 56 69 62 68 65 65 64 52 Pet. .554 .523 .504 .500 .470 .466. '.576 .527 .511 .492 .485 .394 GB 7 11 11V4 ment said Saturday's front-nine scores would stand, and schedule 27 holes Sunday to eo plete the 54-hole event. Miss Blalock, who carded a two-under-par 70 in Friday's first round, turned the frontside Saturay in 35, one under regulation. Then on the backside she went birdie-par-birdie and stood five-under for the tournament on No. 13 tee when rain forced her back to the club house and reduced her lourna ment lead to just one stroke. Sue Roberts, who had a 71 Friday, had a 35 on the fronl- ·ude and was two under for the ournament, one stroke behind Miss Blalock. Kathy Whitworlh, the defend- ng champion and first-round eader at 69, had trouble on the ;reen Saturday and turned the 'rontsidc in two-over-par 35, ilacing her two strokes off the .ourney lead. Sandra Haynie, Donna Caponi Young and Shelley Hamlin slood at even par for the tournament. Cathy Duggan, Diane Patterson and Mary Mills were 12 rounds. "Now we can go," King exulted. "We got the b i g g e s t." Herbert laughed. He still was skeptical. King's next slep was lo contact Henry Schwartz, executive vice president of Video Tech- Miss Blalock $4,500 Tuesday was awarded winning a two-year legal battle with the Ladies Professional Golf Aso ciation. but says she wants to win this tournament more than she has ever wanted to win anything in her life. "That would make it a supci week," she said. "I think I pul everything together throug! those 12 holes today. I really fell great out there." She shrugged off the loss o! niques. Schwartz was tentative. Fore- only man who, as a black trusted by both fighters and the Zaire promoters, could have tied all the loose strings together. King had a vision of a Foreman - Ali fight, surpassing all man still had a bout coming up March 26 in Caracas against Ken Norton. Foreman could lose and Ali might slip tip in another fight along the way. · "I can get $10 million advance easy," King said. He was counting on a rich backer from Cleveland. "Okay," said Schwartz, "if you've got Ali, I can get Fore- ian." ' ' After Ali had beaten Frazier, Schwartz and King approached Madison Square Garden with the idea of a Foreman- Ali fight. Shula Will Continue To Rely On Run In Csonka's Last Year MIAMI (AP) -- The method- outhfol ical, run-dominated offense which has taken the Miami Dolphins to two straight Super Rowl crowns has been called dull and boring by critics, but to Coach Don Shula it's a thing of beauty. It wins. And for fullback Larry Csonka's final year in the National Football League, it will remain. Shula badly wants lo be Ihe first coach to capture three straight Super Bowl titles, and he won't worry about finding replacements for W o r 1 d Foot- hall League defectors Csonka, Jim Kiick and Paul Warfield until he has to in 1975. Shula escaped the players' strike with no sign of team dis- lineup unless injuries .evelop. The Dolphins also ave experienced backup men or every -position. unity, with 34 veterans reporting to camp during the strike. The only sign of unhappiness has been in veterans' demands for f a t , renegotiated contracts which have been offered to only a handful to keep them from being snatched up by Ihe WFL. FEW ROOKIES A few rookies will probably make the team, like top draf pick Donald Reese, a defensive end, but none are likely tr crack the veteran and stil Television Figures Arkansas has appeared in 3' television games, and 21 o these contests have been viewec by a national audience. Th Razorbacks have had tube-ex pnsurc every year since 1059 and th« Arkansas-Texas game October 19, will be televised na tionally by ABC-Sports. Friday's Games Oakland 10, Detroit 5 Baltimore 9, Kansas City 2 California 9, Milwaukee 2 Minnesota 3. Boston 2 Cleveland 7, Texas 3 New York 8, Chicago 6 Saturday's Games California (Hassler 3-9) at Milwaukee (Champion 9-3) Boston (Cleveland 9-12} at Minnesota (Goltz 6-7) Oakland (Blue 14-12)-at De- Iroit (Colcman 10-12), N Baltimore (Palmer 4-10) at Kansas City (Splittorff 13-13), N Cleveland (J. Perry 14-9) at Texas (Jenkins 19-11), N New York (Medich 15-12) at Chicago (Kaat 14-12). N Sunday's Games ., . Oakland at Detroit Boston at Minnesota New York at Chicago California at Milwaukee Baltimore at Kansas City Cleveland at Texas, N Orioles Trip Kansas City KANSAS CITY (AP) -- Bobby Grich's two-run double highlighted a three-run seventh Inning lhat carried the Baltimore Orioles to a 3-2 victory over the Kansas City Royals Saturday night. Jim Palmer, 5-10, gol the vie lory, with" relief help from Grant Jackson Paul Splittorff, loss. too ex- turned it The offensive line of center im Langer, guards Larry -ittle and B o b Kuechenberg, ackles Norm Evans and Vayne Moore and light end im Manciich is one of the VFL's best. With their blocking, Csonka as had Ihree straight years of over 1,000 y a r d s rushing and Mercury Morris just missed his econd slraight 1,000-yard year ast season. Warfield and Marlin Briscoe ive Shula Ihe balance lo keep oes from stacking defenses to 4op the r u n . Quarterback Bob ^riese threw for 1,422 yards and 17 touchdowns last year. The defense was the Amen can Conference's slingiesl last season and then smothered Cincinnati, Oakland and Minnesota The package was pensive, The Garden down. Schwartz put in a : phone call to Ladbrooke's a leading London bookmaker, and Jack Solomons, well-known .British fight promoter. They expressed interest. Schwartz flew , across the Atlantic to nail down a $10 million backing. By the, time he got to London, Ladbrooks and Solomons had cooled. VERY DISHEARTENED "I was v^ry disheartened," Schwartz recalled. "I had only a few hours to make good on our commitment to the Ali people. I \yas walking down the street when I noticed a bronze ilaque reading 'Hemdale Corp.' rememliered once 1 had met John Daly, so I went in." Daly js a slender, 33-year-old NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. Pittsburgh St. Louis Philaphia Montreal New York Chicago Los Angeles Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran. San Diego C9 68 64 60 58 54 West 83 48 80 52 73 68 59 50 .527 .515 .188 .455 .450 .419 .b34 .606 .553 :519 .447 .376 GB VA 5 10 Vi 15 24Vi 34 in the eighth 13-14, took Ihe Palmer gave up a run in Ihe first inning :on singles by Vada Pinson and Cookie Rojas and a sacrifice fly by Amos Oils, an; that was all the scoring unti the seventh. Splittorff, who had allowed ust four hits over the first six nnings, gave up a scratch single lo Enos Cab ell and single'lo-left by Andy Elchlba ren, Cab'ell hustling to thir when left fielder Hal McRa hobbled Etchebarren's hil Splitlorff walked Mark Bela nger to load Ihe bases. The Royals came back for a un in Ihe seventh on singles by 3 inson, Otis and John May jerry. Briton 3avid iHemmings in forming a eisure corporation. The $30 million company deals in mo- ion /picture, theater, TV and music source Mike Kolen, Doug inebackcrs Nick in 1967 joined with Friday's Games Houston 3, Philadelphia 2 Montreal 11, Cincinnati 3 New York 4, Atlanta 2 Chicago 5-4, San Diego 1-3: 1st game 12 innings, 2nd game 10 innirfgs Pittsburgh 4, Los Angeles 3 San Francisco 8, St. Louis 2 Salurday's Games SI. Louis (Forsch 3-3) at San Francisco (D'Acquisto 9-12) Atlanta (Reed 8-8) at New York (Koosman 13-8) Montreal (Renko 9-12) at. Cincinnati (Billingham 16-8), N Houston (Richard 1-0) al Philadelphia (Lonborg 14-11). N enterprises, of revenue from putting cable Its main has come TV in ho- in the playoffs. The defenders once known as the "No-Names" are now celebrities -- tackles Bob Heinz and Manny Fernandez, ends Bill Stanfill and Vern Den Herder, Swift and .... Buoniconti, Mike Kolen, Doug Swift and Bob Malheson, cornerbacks Tim Foley and Curtis Johnson and safeties Dick Anderson and Jake Scott. The "53 defense," begun two years ago · lo solve an injury problem, has evolved into a key pass defense. II finds Math- cson, who wears No, R! on his uniform, replacing a tackle and lining up either as an end linebacker. The rule change which appears to hurt Miami the most is the moving of the goalposts hack 10 yards. Soccer-style kicker Garo Yenremian had been a threat to score whenever the Dolphipns reached midfield. Daly wrote a check for $200,000 to put tip as training expense money for the two fighters. But the fight was still ir abeyance. Foreman had nol beaten Norton. The site and the bulk . of the guaranteed money were still unsolved issues. Foreman was having problems. He was involved in a divorce suit in Houston. He refused to accept the $100,000 advance. So the entire $200,000 went to Ali. Meanwhile, it was necessary .0 raise additional risk capital :o the tune of $10 million, needed for letters of credit. Daly remlmbered a man nomeci Fred Weymar, connected with a Swiss investment firm named Risnelia. Risnelia was interested only if the fight could he staged in Zaire. Schwartz and King flew to Paris and were closeted tor hours with Risnelia lawyers; "They kepi pecking away at our interests and it looked as if Ihe tight was off," King said. "Then we sent a cable to President Mobutu of Zaire. The cable came right back, 'Mobulu insisls on the fight.' Risnelia gave In. Pittsburgh (Demery 5-4) Los Angeles (Zahn 2-3), N Only games scheduled Sunday's Games Houston at Philadelphia Atlanta at New York Montreal at Cincinnati St. Louis at San Francisco Chicago at San Diego Pittsburgh at Los Angeles at Sullivan Leads Falcons To Win ATLANTA (AP) - Pal Sulli an passed for 194 yards in eluding a .30-y3rd touchdown to Ken Burrow, leading the At lanta Falcons to a 23-7 Nationa football League exhibition vie :ory over the Baltimore Colls. Despite Sullivan's yardage on 14.completions in 25 attempts t was a frustrating expericnci ior 1 ihe Falcon offense which lost three fumbles and had fou passes intercepted. Baltimore's only score came on an interception when Tony Bertuca swiped a Sullivan pas and raced 40 yards for a sec ond-period touchdown. Ton Linhart kicked the point to giv the Colts a 7-6 lead at the time Atlanta, now 3-2 in exhibi fions, opened the scoring on a 11-yard run by Fddie Hay i the first quarter and gol its oth er touchdown with less tha five minutes remaining on a 1( yard run by Haskel Slanbac following a fumble recovery i the-Colt five. Nick Mike-Mayer kicked a 2' yard field goal for Allanta i :he second period. America's Cup Race Cancelled NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) -- The 12-meter yachts Courageous and Intrepid will have lo wait unlil Sunday to sail a tie-breaking race in Yacht Club's the New York final-trial series away. two backside birdies. "II )uld have been What if whole day had been wiped ul?" , Miss Blalock was not the only olfcr among the leaders who ad a birdie washed iss Roberts, playing dine threesome, birdied No. 11 ogo three under for the lour- amcnt, but dropped back to vo under. Miss Whilworlh was aided by \e storm. She three-putted No. . for a bogey and fell back lo par for the tourney, but Easf Germans Dominate Moei With U.S. Team CONCORD, Calif, (AP) -- j The United States and East I German swi of imming teams, each whom shattered world ill begin Sunday's action nder. Pro Football records on two continents last week, met head-on Saturday in the. ,,j g ht in a dual meet which was expected to produce even more world record performances. When ttie two teams met three years ago, the Americans won 25 of 2!) events in Leipzig, East Germany. This year, Ihe Americans were the underdogs. The powerful East German squad, led by backstroke star Roland Matthcs and a strong women's contingent beaded by Kornclia Enclcr, Ulrike Richler and Ulrike Tauber, dominated the European swimming championships last week in Vienna, with the women t u r n i n g in most of the world record times. Leading the Americans wcro Calfornians Tim Shaw of Long Beach, John Honcken of Santa one By The Associated Press VORLD FOOTBALL LEAGUE Eastern D-ivisioii W L T Pel. PF |..\;(-lara and Shirley Babaslioff of Jenkins Fires Two Hit Gem ARLINGTON. Tex. (AP) -- 'erguson Jenkins pitched vo-hitter and became a 2f ame winner for Ihe sevenl me in his baseball career Sat rday night, leading the Texa langers lo a 2-0 triumph ove he Cleveland Indians. Jenkins, who won 20 game ix times with the Nationa jeague Chicago Cubs, yielde iingles to John Ellis arid Lero .ce in the second inning. Afte's hit, Jenkins retired tb next 23 bailers. He struck ou nine and did not walk a man. Jenkins is the third 20-gam winner so far this season. Th others are Oakland's Jim "Ca ish" Hunter and Boston's Lu... Tiant. The-Rangers got Jenkins the only run he needed in (he first on singles by Len Handle and Jeff Burroughs and Jim Spencer's sacrifice fly. Two innings later. Burroughs raised [o 108 his major Jcague- eadmg runs batted in t o t a l cracking a single to score Dave Nelson. Vikings Pound I Post St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) - O s c a r Reed atoned for a third quarter fumble with a 14-yard dash in the closing minutes thai helped the Minnesota Vikings upend the St. Louis Cardinals 14-10 in a preseason National Football League game Saturday night. The 30-year-old Reed was the goat as the Vikings, who led 7-3 at halftime, fell behind after he fumbled a Bob Berry pass early in the second h a l f . But the veteran running back laier churned to the C a r d i n a l s ' eight-yard line on the dash lhal s e t u p t e a m m a t e Brent McClanahan three-yard run for the winning touchdown. A driving rain bogged down the Minnesota altack after starting quarterback Fran Tar- kcpton combined with wide receiver John Gilliam for a 28- yard pass and a 7-0 lead. St. Louis capitalized on rookie Steve Craig's fumble al mid-field to pull to 7-3 al halftime on Sergio Albert's 30-yard field goal and moved ahead 10-7 on Willie Belton's ll,yarri touchdown run following Reed's fumble. 'Morida ew York 'hilaphia lacksonv fi 2 5 3 4 4 3 .750 155 111 .625 180 125 .5110 203 144 .375 146 149 Mission Viejo. Central Division Birmham 8 0 0 1.000 22li 1 3 1 Memphis 6 2 0 .750 2lf. 175 Chicago 6 2 0 .750 2 2 0 1 7 9 Detroit 0 8 0 .000 13B 2 3 6 Western Division Calif 5 3 0 .655 1 3 4 HG Houston 3 4 1 A'iS 67 125 lawaiians 1 7 0 .125 133 219! Portland 0 7 1 .063 98 212 Thursday Night's G a m e Birmingham 22, Chicago 8 Sunday's Game Houston al Hawaiians, N Monday's Games Memphis al Jacksonville, N Philadelphia al New York, N Portland at Detroit at London, Ontario, N Florida al Birmingham. N Chicago at Southern California, N N A T I O N A L FOOTBAU LEAGUE Exhibition Schedule Friday's Games Buffalo 28, Detroit 7 Miami 21, Green Bay 10 Pittsburgh 21, Washington 1C Saturday's G:imcs Philadelphia vs. New York iants at Princeton, N.J. Baltimore at Atlanta, N Minnesota at St.Louis, N New England vs. Denver at Spokane. W.ash,. N Chicago at Houston, N Kansas City al Dallas, N New York Jets at New Or- .cans, N Los Angeles at Sat) Diego, N Sunday's Giunes Cleveland vs. Cincinnati at Columbus Monday's Game Oakland at San Francisco, N national television HEAVY DUTY 00 INSTALLED O Lifetime Guarantee DUALS Adding One Side Including One Muffler .'. 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Southern Cross of Australia has earned the right to chal-i Data Constant No. 1 Nam« Address .,, · Phone City Age. Sitt of Boat.. Motor H.P.. Contestant No. 2 Name. ....... Address .;.. Phone. City Age. Size of Boat Motor H.P.. lenge (or the Cup in seven rac« series Sept. 10. bcst-of- beginning The NYYC must name the American defender by Tuesday. READ CAREFULLY BEFORE SIGNING The undersigned hereby agrees lo release and fiolrt harmless Bass Line Pro Shop, Us Directors, Officials, and Agcnfs from any persona! Injury or property damage, suffered during Ihe period of this tournament. Further, (he undersigned understands that;any personal injury or property damage caused by him or suffered by him shall he Ills sole responsibility, during ihe course of: this tournament. SIGNATURE: SIGNATURE:

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