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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 5, 1974
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League Leaders luniiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniMiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiHmfln By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League BATTING 350 at bats -Garr, All, .351; Zisk, Pgli, .325. RUNS-Morgan, Cin. 97; Schmidt, Phi, 9G. RUNS BATTED IN^Bench, Cin, 107; Schmidt, Phi, 104 . HITS--Garr, All, 204; Garvey, LA, 177. DOUBLES--Bench, Cin, 33; Rose, Cin, 33; A.Oliver, Pgh, 32; Stargcll. Pgh, 32. TRIPLES--Garr, All, 16; A.Olivcr, Pgh, 11. HOME RUNS-Schmidt, Phi, 34; Wynn, LA, 30. STOLEN BASES--Brock, SIL. 99; Morgan, Cin, 55; Lopes, LA, Porkers Refine Kicking/ Passing The Arkansas Razorbacks spent much of their practice Wednesday refining their kick- ng and passing game. Frank Broylcs, Arkansas' head football coach, said films were taken so thai the Razorbacks could analyze their strengths and weaknesses. Broyles had praise for Steve Little, a freshman from Shawnee Mission, Kan. "Steve place-kicked very well" Tuesday and Wednesday, the coach the Razorbacks' passing 55. PITCHING said. Of (13 Decisions) -.John, LA. 13-3. .813, 2.58 Caldwell. SF, 13-3. .813. 2.91 Messrsmth, T,A. 16-6, .727, 2.62. STRIKEOUTS -- Carlton, Phi, 194; Messrsmth, LA, 190. American League BATTING (350 at bats)-Carew, Min, .368: Orta, Chi, .321. RUNS -- D. Allen, Chi, 84; Ystrzmski, Bsn, 81. RUNS BATTED IN-Burroughs, Tex, 10!); Bando, Oak, 91. HITS -- Carew, Min., 189; T.Davis, Bal, 150; 'Money, Mil, 150. DOUBLES--McRae, KC, 34; Rudi, Oak, 34; Scott, Mil, 32; KHenderson, Chi. 32. TRIPLES--Rivers, Cal, 11; Otis, KC, !). HOME RUNS--D.Allen, Chi, 32; R.Jackson. Oak, 28. STOLEN BASES -- N o r t h Oak. 46; Palek. KC, 31; Carew game, Broyles said, "Our timing was a little off on the pass play, but we hope to rectify this with films." Defensive tackle Jon Rhid- ihoover failed to practice Vednesday due to an ear in- ury. The other defensive ackle. Chuck McKinney, also missed practice because of ore shoulder. "Both Jon and Chuck are oubtful for the scrimmage, 1 Broyles said. The Razorbacks' season open .· is Sept. 14 when they play he University of Southern Cali ornia. "The boys wish it was his weekend," Broyles said. Min, 31. PITCHING (13 Decisions)-Fitzmorris, KC, 10-4. .714. 3.08 Hunter, Oak. 21-10. .677, 2.73. STRIKEOUTS--N.Ryan, Cal, 306; Blyleven, Min, 204. Tulsa Runners Will Sponsor Distance Races The Tulsa Running Club will sponsor a 20 - kilometer (14-4 miles) race and a five-kilometer (3.1 miles) race this Saturday at 9 a.m. There will be divisions for women, men 17 and under, 30 to 39, 40 to 100, and an open division. The races will be run at Mohawk Park, in Tulsa. Contestants are asked to meet at Stone Shelter House, % mite northeast of Mohawk Zoo. oMohawk Zoo. Entry fee is $1.50 for nonmembers. The race is sanctioned by the AAU. All runners rnust have a current AAU card. Kodes Claims Connors Will Rank Only 3rd FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP -- Jimmy Connors, known as a wiseacre as well as a len»i wizard, [eigned a few tear when Jan Kodes said h wouldn't bet on him, the favor : ite. in the final of the U.S. Open. He also shook a fist in mock anger when he heard his bride to-be, Chris Evert, had been booed and called a bad sport by Lhe Forest Hills crowd that once loved her. "There are only two players left who can win -- Stan Smith and John Newcombe," said Jan Kodes. the 12lli-seeded Czech who was knocked oft by Connors. 7-5, 6-3, 5-7, 6-2. When asked \vhere lie would put Connors, Kodes apologetically said third. "Third place ain't bad," quipped Connors, rubbing his eyes to dry tears that weren't there. "I'm the one who has to go out and .play. That's why they put the net up out there. "Until Sunday, n o o n e w i l l know who is best." The men will be a step closer to determining a champion today during the men's quarterfinals round. The top-seeded Connors, seeking his third major crown of the year, met Alex Melreveli of the Soviet Union; Stan Smith and Roscoe Tanner were pitted in an all-American duel, and the other American left in the championships, Arthur Ashe, met defending champion John Stars Name Boss SALT LAKE CITY -- Thi Jtah Stars of the Americai Jasketball Association namei Morris "Bucky" Buckwalter a coach replacing Joe Mullaney. Veteran Dealt CHICAGO -- Veteran guar Bobby Weiss was dealt to th Buffalo Braves by the Chicag Bulls of the National Basketba Associalion in exchange fo ;uard Matt Guokas and seconc Mad Hungarian 7 Saves 5-4 Win Cardinals Nail Down 4th Straight ST. LOUIS (AP) - Al Hra-! osky, who is known as the 'mad Hungarian." insists the St. Louis Cardinals' bullpen will % arry them to a National ".eague division title. And the Montreal Expos, the atest victims of Hrabosky's blazing fast balls, were in no position to argue the stocky efthander's case Wednesday night. Rich Folkers lirst came to the rescue after Mike Jorgen's two-run homer powered the Expos to an early 3-0 lead. He finally yielded an eighth inning r u n . Then the hard throwing Hrabosky locked up the Cards' fourth straight victory 5-4 with a two-strikeout ninth 'inning. "The thing is, we're all rest ed," maintained the dark-hair ed, mustachioed Hrabosky of Cardinals relief corps which in eludes himself, Folkers am righthander Mike Carman. "We're the youngest bullpen in the league," he added, "and nobody's afraid to go cut there and throw strikes. "The Pittsburgh Pirates have Dave Gusti and they've 'got Ra mon Hernandez, which is a great combination. But the big thing is they've been off anc on. I've said all year the bull ien is going to be the big fac- or." After the Expos climbed on Cards starter Alan Foster, tiie tylish Folkers demonstrated he whereof Hrabosky spoke. He Tanned seven Expos and issued no hits through 4 2-3 in- Beaver Level The Beaver Lake level stood at 1116.97 Thursday morning up .07 from Wednesday's 1116.90. Engineers at the dam site report that the generators are not currently in use. 76ers Sign Norman PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Philadelphia 76crs hav signed 6-foot-S guard forwarc Coniel Norman, the Nationa Basketball Association club 1 No. 3 draft choice. Norman, a hardship casi from the University of Arizona was signed Wednesday. ings until Willie Davis drilled two-out single to left in the ighlh. Jorgensen followed with double that scored Davis and produced a 4-4 tic. but pincl litter Jim Dwyer's sir :hased home Bake McBricle for he Cards in the bottom of th nning. Folkers' triumph lifted hi: record to 6-1. and the save wa: he seventh for Hrabosky. Garman, the Cards' winner in a game Tuesday night, stand i-2 with five saves, Hrabosky i 6 1 and the three relievers com bincd at 11-0 since the All-Sta ;ame. It isn't a one-month thing e thcr." mentioned Folkers. "E\ eryhody's been doing the job a year." St. Louis' victory, without stolen base by the speedy Lo Brock, was the Cards' fourth i a row and left them I'A game behind the idle Pirates in th NL East. "Winning's what it's all aboi anyway," said Brock, who wen l-fov-5 and had no chance to tr for his 100th til eft. "How you win is a matter i putting to many ingredients t gether--pitching, defense, hi ting. It's certainly not just matter of base stealing." erthwwt Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., Sept. 5, 1974 '·' ,1.1 AYETTIVILLC. ARKANSAS «W5 WHILEill IS NEWS IN THE TIMES ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS BUFFET Both Noon and Evening Bring th* family! Child's Plate Only $1.35. We have three private dining rooms that will accommodate up to 350 people. Buffet Noon and Evening H£G US PAL Off. Call AMI E STONE for Reservation! 443-4323 HIGHWAY 71 NORTH 443.4323 Cards may be purchased at the race. Race director is Jo Ann A d u d d e I 1, who may be reached at 918-664-1919. Twins Sell Hurler BLOOMINGTON, Minn. -- The Minnesota Twins Wednesday night they (AP) said have sold pitcher Bill Hands, a right- hander, to the Texas Rangers. Hands, 32, was traded to the Twins with, Joe Decker from the Chicago Cubs two years ago in exchange for Dave LaRoche. Hands had a 4-5 season this year, following a 7-10 record last year. Terms of the trade were not announced, but the sale was reportedly for cash, and the Twins are expected to receive a young player or two at the end of the season. Newcombe. Aging Ken Rosewall faced young Indian Vijay Amritraj. Only Amritraj and Tanner are not seeded. The women, who reduced their numbers to four Wednesday, meet in the semifinals Friday. Miss Evert, the Wimbledon champion who won her 55th straight match when she beat Lesley Hunt, 7-6, 6-3, will take on another Australian, Evonne Goolagong -- a player she has yet to beat on grass. Billie Jean King will get a rematch against .Julie Heldman. Miss Goolagong, who last beat Miss Evert in the Australian Open in January, advanced with a 6-4, 7-5 victory over Kerry Melville, also of Australia. Mrs. King b e a t her goo' friend and doubles partne' Rosie Casals, 6-1, 7-6, and Mis Heldman downed Nancy Guntei 7-5, 7-6. IF IT'S SPORTS You Can Hear It On KNWA Your Sports Station For All of Northwest Arkansas HERE'S THE LINEUP: MONDAYS Through SATURDAYS "Sfereo Alarm Clock Sports"--6:35 a.m. "Jerry Barnett Sports"--10:40 a.m. "Arkansas Radio Network Sports"--4:55 p.m. "Night Beat Sports"--10:40 p.m. SUNDAYS "Sunday Morning Sporls Show"--9:40 a.m. PLUS "Bulldog Tales"--with Wally Ingalls each Thursday at 7 p.m. "Fayetieville High School Football"--each Friday night. "Razorback Roundup"--with Frank Broyles and Dav« Cawood each Friday at 7 p.m. Pigskin Roundup and Dave Campbell's Southwest Conference Predictions--each Saturday at 10 a.m. "Coaches Corner"--with Dave Woodman each Saturday 30 minutes before the Razorback game. "Frank Broyles-Orrille Henry Show"--every Saturday 15 miniilcs before the Razorback game. "Razorback Football"--with Bud Campbell. We broadcast the complete schedule each Saturday. "Razorback Scoreboard"--with Bud Campbell immediately after each Razorback game. "High School Football Scoreboard Show"--each Friday at 11 p.m. "College and University Football Scoreboard Shows"--each Saturday at ft p.m. and 11 p.m. and each Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. "Professional Football Scoreboard Shew"--every Suwlay night at 9 p.m. HEAR THEM ALL ON KNWA "Your Complete Sports Station" FM STEREO -- 103.9 mg -- Channel 13 on CATV -- (Clip and Save for Future Reference) Use WED., THURS., FBI., SAT. a. 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