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Professional Baseball Pittsburgh St. Louis Montreal Philaphia New York Chicago National League 1 Lust W L Pcf. 86 74 86 74 78 78 82 71 89 6li 94 West 100 60 98 62 86 74 81 79 71 89 59 101 .530 .538 .188 .488 .44-1 .413 GB 2 14 19 29 41 a Los Angeles 100 60 .625 Cincinnati 98 62 .613 Atlanta 86 74 .538 Houston 81 79 .506 San Fran 71 89 .444 San Diego 59 101 .309 Monday's Results Pittsburgh 2, Chicago 1 New York 5, Philadelphia 2 St. Louis 5, Montreal 1 Houston 4, Los Angeles 1 Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Cincinnati (Gullett 17-11) Atlanta (Capra 15-8), N "Chicago (Dettore 3-5) Pittsburgh (Reuss 16-11), N St. Louis (Gibson 11-12) Montreal (Torrez 15 8), N Philadelphia (Lonborg 16-13) at New York (Webb 0-2), N Los Angeles (Button 18-9) at Houston (Roberts 9-12 or Hich- 'aT-d 2-2), N San Diego (Freisleben 9-13) at San Francisco (Caldwell 145), N Wednesday's Games San Diego at San Francisco Cincinnati at Atlanta, N · Chicago at Pittsburgh, N St. Louis at Montreal, N Philadelphia at New York, N · Los Angeles at Houston, N Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tues,, Oct. 1, 1974 AM Is Fifth, Tech 10th And Porkers 20th Cards, Bucs Both Win NEW YORK (AP) Texas Saltimore .·New York Boston Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit American League East W L I'ct. 89 71 .556 88 72 .550 83 77 .519 7G 84 75 85 72 88 West SO 70 83 75 81 79 78 80 77 83 66 91 .475 .469 .450 GIJ 1 6 13 14 17 Oakland SO 70 .503 Texas 83 75 .525 Minnesota 81 79 ~506 Chicago 78 80 .494 ' Kan City 77 83 .481 California 66 94 .413 '. Monday's Results Cleveland 2, Boston 1 Baltimore 12, Detroit 6 Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games . Baltimore (Palmer 7-12) -Detroit (Colcman 14-12) . Texas (Bibby 19-19) at Minnesota (Albury 8-9 or Decker 16-14) Cleveland (Bosman 7-5) at Boston (Barr 0-0), N New York (Medich 19-14) at Milwaukee (Kobel 6-14), N Kansas City (Bird 7-5) at Chicago (Kaat 20-13), N Oakland (Hunter 25-12) California (Tanana 13-19), N Wednesday's Games Baltimore at Detroit Kansas City at Chicago Texas at Minnesota Cleveland at Boston New York at Milwaukee, N Oakland at California, N AM and Texas Tecli, a pair of perennial Southwest Conference also-rans, found themselves among college ML East Stays Tied at Leaders League (AP Wirephoio) PICK-OFF ATTEMPT .. .St. Louis Cardinals' Lou Brock hustles sajely back to jirst base as Montreal first baseman Mike Jorenson awaits the late throw /rom the mound. The Cards went on io win 5-1 to remain in a deadlock with Pittsburgh /or the National League Bast lead Simmons Blasts Three-Run Homer Forsch Takes Care Of The Rest MONTREAL (AP) - Bob Forsch's last slart for St. Louis Cardinals was an unqualified disaster. Last week, Forsch made his 13th start of League season the National against the Pittsburgh Pirates. He lasted one third of an inning, giving Cards, how- to win the the young up five runs. The ever, came back game. Monday night right-hander -baffled the Montreal Expps, not allowing a hit until Mike Jorgcnsen's double to the right-field corner wilh two out in the seventh, as he pitched the Cards to a 5-1 victory. The triumph enabled the St. Louis to remain tied with Pittsburgh atop the East Division. The Pirates edged the Chicago Cubs 2-1 Monday night. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (400 at .bats)-Garr, All, .351; A.Oliver, Pgh, .319. R U N S -- Rose, Gin, 110; Bench, Cin, 108. RUNS BATTED IN-- Bench, Cin, 129; Schmidt, Phi, 116. D.Cash, Phi, 204. HITS -- Garr, All, 209; DOUBLES-- Rose, Cin, 45; A Oliver, Pgh, 38; Bench, Cin, 38. TRIPLES-- Garr, All, 17; D.Cash, Phi, 11; A.Oliver, Pgh, 11. HOME RUNS-- Schmidt, Phi. 30; Bench, Cin. 33. STOLEN BASES-- Brock, StL, 118; Morgan, Cin, 58. PITCHING (15 Decisions)-John, LA, 13-3, .813, 2.58 Messrsmth, LA, 20-6, .769, 2.60 STRIKEOUTS-- Carlton, Phi, 238; Messrsmth, LA, 217. American League BATTING (400 at bats) Carew, Min, .364; Hargrove, Tex, .326. RUNS-- Ystrzmski, Bsn, 93; Grich, Bal, 92. RUNS -BATTED IN-- Burroughs, Tex, 118; Bando, Oak, 1C3. H I T S -- Carew, Min, 216; T.Davis, Bal, 178. DOUBLES -- Rudi, Oak, 38; Scott, Mil, 36; KHendcrson, Chi, 36. TRIPLES-- Rivers, Cal, 11; Otis, KC, 0. HOME RUNS-D.Allen, Chi, 32; R.Jackson, Oak, 29. S T O L E N BASES-- North, Oak, 53; Carew, Min, 37. PITCHING (15 Decisions)-Champion, Mil, 11-4, .733, 3.63 Cuellar, Bal, 22-10, .608, 3.08. STRIKEOUTS-- N.Ryan, Cal, 367; Blyleven, Min, 248. Australian Ross Case Upsets Ashe In San Francisco Event By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The biggcsl triumph so far in a tennis career thai took .Ross Case from a Australian dairy farm was achieved, appropriately enough, at San Francisco's Cow Palace. He upset Arthur Ashe of Miami 6-3, 5-7, 6-4 in Monday night's final of the $100,000 Fireman's Fund International Open Tennis Championship. In women's tennis, first-seeded Chris Evert, the leading money winner on the women's pro tour this year, met Susan Mehmcdbasieh today in one of the top matches of the $50,000 women's pro tournament in Houston. Case, 22. wnomba his who calls home and Too- was Indians Work On Mistakes JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) -The Arkansas State University Indians began Monday trying to smooth out the wrinkles that ended in their 20-7 football loss last Saturday to top-ranked Louisiana Tech. "We're not going to change anything," said ASU Coach Bill Davidson. "We're just going to get everything down pat and go with it. When we get all of our mistakes ironed out, we'll be in good shape." In addition to several mental errors, the Tribe lost four ot five fumbles in crucial situations against' Louisiana Tech. The Indians arc scheduled to Play Eastern Michigan in a 1:30 p.m. 'game here Saturday. brought up in dairy larm country west of Brisbane, hadn't won a tournament this year. The only first prize of his career was $5,000 at Manila last year. The curly-haired right-hander wasn't even seeded, and Ashe, whom he's never beaten in several previous matches, was No. 3. Case, who plays for Hawaii in World Team Tennis and says he wants to play for Australia in next year's Davis Cup, earned a $16,000 first prize and moved from 44th to 21st in the Grand Prix tennis standings. He also shared a $2,000 doubles prize with Australian Geoff McMasters or reaching the quarter-finals. ASHE RUNNER-UP Ashe got $8,000 as runner-up, and is now 12lh in the Grand Prix standings. Stan Smith of Sea Pines, S.C., and Bob Lutz of San Clemente, Calif., the top-seeded doubles team and the year's big dou bles winners, beat Australian? John Alexander and Sydney Ball 6-4, 7-5 for the §6,000 dou bles prize. The losers shared $3,500. Smith-Lutz won the tie-break er 8-15 on two fine service re turns by Smith, and in the firs set broke Ball's service in th' seventh game. The eight-clay tournamcn which drew 36,000, with 6,00 for the finals, saw No. 1-scedci Jimmy Connors eliminated i the quarter-finals by Onny Pa run of New Zealand, who the lost a semifinal Sunday I Ashe. Case ousted dcfendin lampion Roy Emerson in the ccond round. In the Houston women's tpur- amcnt, other favorites besides iss Evert to see action in the ccond half of the split first ouncl were second-seeded Virinia Wade, third-seeded Rose- lary Casals and fourth-seeded vonne Goolagong. Two seeded players won their jening matches Monday but oth had troubles. Fifth-seeded Helen Gourlay efcated Betty Ann Grub 4-6, -2, 6-3 and seventh-seeded larcie Louie defeated Donna Ganz 46. 7-6, 7-5. Two Teams Hire Managers By The Associated Press The Atlanta Braves and the ouston Astros holh announcec rchiring of their managers londay and hoth men imme lately began planning for fu ure glories. "We hope we can strengthen ur team in a couple of spots,' aid Clyde King, given a two ear contract with the Braves We feel like we don't need too nany new faces to make us i ontender." "If we can make one or twi moves to give us that little omething extra we need, we'l ie okay," said Preston Gomez liter signing a one-year pac vith the Astros! Beaver Level Beaver Lake level stood toda: at 1118.57 feet above sea leve clown .22 from Monday. Eng neers reported that one genera .or was being used. EVEREST 4 0 E N N I N G S FayettevlUe Drue I. Side Suture "I knew I. had a chance for a -hitter," said Forsch. "But e most important thing night was us winning. "I kept on telling myself not make any bad pitches. The the nation's top 10 ,, _ fqotball loams Monday in the Associated Press weekly poll of sporlswriters and broadcasters. AM, 3-0, got into the prestigious top five this time around, advancing from ninth to fifth on the strength of a 28-15 victory over Washington. The Ag- gies collected 554 total points and even drew a first-place vole on one ballot. Tech, 2-0-1, was not even listed in the top 20 last week, but vaulted inlo the No. 10 spot this week after shocking Texas 26-3. Ohio Slate, 3-0, remained the lation'a No. 1 team after cie- 'ealing Southern Methodist 28-9. The Buckeyes collected 26 firsl- place votes and 1,044 points. Oklahoma, 2-0, was just a shade behind with 25 first-place voles - and 1,002 points. The ioonors embarrassed Utah F State 72-3 to move up from third to second place. Alabama, 3-0, and Michigan, 0. climbed one place each. The No. 3 Crimson Tide collected three first-place selections and 898 points after topping Vanderbilt 23-10, while Michigan picked up four first-place votes and 878 points alter sinking Navy 52-0. Nebraska, 3-0, jumped from 10th to 6lh by bombing North- weslern 49-7; defending nalion- al champion Notre Dame, 2-1, plummeted from second to seventh after being upset by Purdue 30-21; Norlh Carolina State, 4-0, jumped from 13th to Bin by virtue of a 28-22 triumph over Syracuse; and Soulhern California, 1-1, advanced from 18th to Slh after lopping Pilt 16-7. Rounding out the top 20 are Auburn, Arizona, Florida, Illinois, Penn State, Miami, Fla., Pitt, Arizona State, Texas and Arkansas. The Associated Press Top Twenty, with first-place votes in parentheses; season record and total points. Points tabu- aled on basis of 20-18-1G-14-12- 10-9-8-etc.: 1. Ohio St. (25-x) 3-0-0 1,044 2. Okla. (24-x) 2-0-0 1,002 3. Ala. (3-x) 3-0-0 808 !. Mich. (4-x) 3-0-0 5. Tex AM (x) 3-0-0 G. Neb. 7. N. Dame 8. N: Car. St. 9. S. Cal. 10. Tex. Tech 11. Auburn 12. Ariz. 13. Fla. 14. 111. 15. Penn St. 18. Miami-Fla. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS t Bruce Kison of Pittsburgh '. and -Bob Forsch of St. Louis, a ; pair of pitchers who were pret- 1 ty much overlooked in the pre- s e a s o n analyses, matched three-hitters Monday night to keep Hie National League East race in a flat-fooled tic. · Kison rode pinch-hitter Richie Zisk's lie-breaking seventh-inning triple to a 2-1 victory over [he Chicago Cubs, while Ted Simmons' three-run homer in the first inning provided more ban enough of a margin as "'orsch pitched the Cardinals to i 5-1 victory over the Montreal Sxpos. Meanwhile, in the NL West, he Houston Astros prevented MS Angeles from ' clinching the itle by beating the Dodgers 4-1, Los Angeles now leads second- place Cincinnati by two games, vith two to play. ' In the only other National jeague game, the New York Mets heat the Philadelphia Phillies 5-2. Kilmer Says Washington's 30-3 Win Over Denver Was Team Effort; Cites Errors WASHINGTON (AP) -- Bill Kilmer, limping with a pulled calf muscle, tried unsuccessfully to tell everyone that he was only a small part ot the Washington Redskins' victory over the Denver Broncos. "It was a team effort . . . the offense, the defense and the special teams," he said "We didn't make any mistakes and : they did. We didn't have, any interceptions. We didn't have ~ any fumbles." Despite his comments, Kilmer threw two touchdown passes to Charlie Taylor, in- 1 eluding one early in , the first " quarter, to lead the Redskins to a 30-3 victory in the National 1 Football League nationally televised intcrconfcrence game. ouchdown with 11 seconds re- laining in the game to give ic Redskins more total points lan they have scored in two rcvious contests this season. Denver's only score came on 34-yard field goal bv Jim urner in the third period. "The Redskins arc back," aid Washington Coach George Allen. "We're back together as a team. We had the old spirit tonight." Denver Coach John Ralston said: "Bill Kilmer did an outstanding jofj. His execution was never betler. It was just one o those nights when Kilmer was at his best." Kilmer had 17 completions in 23 attempts For 223 yards and wo touchdowns Kison had a shaky first Ining, allowing two singles, a hit ialsman and a bases-loaded valk to force in a run, but then eltlcd down. , Kison, 9-8, allowed just one Jngle and a walk the rest of lie way -- by far his strongest ;ame -of the season and his irst complete game since 1972. Pittsburgh and St. Louis each have two games remaining. 'he Pirates play host Cubs while the Cards The victory put the Redskins i second place in the NFC Eastern Division with Philadelphia, each with records of 1, behind undefeated St. Louis, 3-0. The loss gave Denver record of 0-2-1, last in the AFC Western Division. In addition to Kilmer's two touchdown passes to Taylor, Mark Moseley kicked field goals of 37, 22, and 18 yards and Duane Thomas scored a 17. Pitt 18. Ariz. St. 19. Texas . 20. Ark. O t h e r s Id didn't bother me that ucli. I was one of the most live guys on the field. The lys in the dugout' were affect! by the cold the most." The temperature at game me was 46 degrees with a rtheast wind at about 15 iles an hour. If the weather wasn't enough chill the 5,000 fans who .owed up, then Simmons' 20th me run of the season was. The hnmer came in the first ning off losing pitcher Steve ogers, 15-2-2. It came after Ro- ;rs had given up a single to ed Sizemore and a walk to eggie Smith. With a 2-2 count, Simmons shed into a fastball and lined The over the right field fence. of "When I hit it, I knew I hit it .·ell," Simmons explained. The wind kept driving the ball way from (right fielder Ken) nglcton." HOT BAT Simmons, who had been in a ump earlier this summer, has een wielding a hot bat for the ardinals of late, something he ays should not be unexpected. "I think I have the ability to e a good hitter. I think I've lown that over the years. "People go through bad rou- nes. How long a guy allows mself to stay in a slump can how how good he may or may ot be. Mostly everyone goes irough dry spells. The best nes come out of it easier and ooner." Simmons said he was not aying any attention to the qut- f - town scoreboard which ashed news of Pittsburgh's ictory late in the Cards-Expos lash. "We won. That's fine. You ave to think in terms of the all game you are playing. It's ifficult to slay on top of your wn ball game if you are wor- ying about another one. My main concern has to he the ball ;ame I'm playing in." The series continues tonight vith Bob Gibson pitching for .1. Louis against Montreal's Vlike Torrez. isted alphabetically: Cincinnati, louston, Kansas, Louisiana State. Maryland, Memphis Slate, Miami of Ohio, Missouri, )klalioma Stale, Purdue, Tu- ane, Wisconsin, UCLA. x--One ballot listed a five- way lie for first place among Ohio Slate, Oklahoma, Ala- )ama, Michigan and Texas AM. 2-1-0 2-1-0 4-0-0 1-1-0 2-04 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 2-1-0 2-ti-O 2-1-0 2-1-0 2-1-0 2-1-0 878 554 452 406 344 258 257 224 210 191 183 168 144 77 74 73 44 receiving voles, Everi-Connors PITTTSFIELD, Mass. (AP) -scheduled America's Nov. 8 wedding tennis siveet- icarts, Chris Evert and Jimmy Connors, has heen indefinitely postponed, the Berkshire Eagle says. In Monday's edition, the Pittsfield newspaper quoted an Evert family source and said the delay was "due to the crush of an unyielding tennis schedule and a desire by holh youngsters to slow down an onrushing wedding date." , Miss Evert won the Wimbledon women's singles champion ship cluring t h e summer and Connors won both the U.S. Open and Wimbledon men's singles crowns. Razorbacks Prep For TCU Formations A r k a n s a s Coach Fran' Broyles .pul his Razorbacks I work Monday on Texas Chris tian University's offensive an defensive formations. The Razorbacks are pro paring for their upcomiri west Confere'nce-vfootba opener against the Home Frogs in Fort Worth. ' ' T h e defense practice against the pro set," Broyle said. "TCU runs the pro forma tion and sends out five rece r vers on passes. This is a muc different offense than we hav "aced so far this year.' "Likewise, the offense ha onie adjusting to · do. W worked against the 4-3 defens thai TCU uses. It is a littl different than some of the othc defenses we have worke againsl." The Razorback offense als worked on passin'g Monday. VARIED PATTERNS "The Tulsa game film show that our- receivers varied froi their pass routes and our qua terbacks did not stay in th pocket but drifted," Broyle said. "We tried to rectify th today." Defensive tackle Brison Mai or was added to the injury lis following the Tulsa gam because of a sprained knee. Th 232-pound senior is expected I be out at lea si one week. Man or's posilion be filled b either Charlie Brown or Chuc McKiniiey. Blue chip freshman Jerr Eckwood participated in pra tice for the first time this sei son. Eckwood, who suffered back injury last summer, di practice in pads, but execute plays and through the motions. to ths are at Montreal. Zisk, batting for shortstop Frank Taveras, clouted his jamc-winning triple in the sev- ' enth to score Manny Sanguil- en, who had singled and taken second on a wild pitch. I made a perfect pitch," said loser Bill Bonham, 11-22. 'It was a change-up, low and away. I don't see how he hit t." Astros 4, Dodgers 1 The Dodgers, who clinched a tie for the NL West title on Saturday, still need either a victory or a Cincinnati loss to win the crown outright They were stopped Monday night by the six-hit pitching of Larrry Dierker and Ken Forsch. Dierker, 11-10, went the first six innings but left when his arm stiffened. "Playoff-wise, not it up tonight 'hurts," wrapping said Los Angeles Manager Walt Alston. "If we had won, we could have arranged our pitchers the way we wanted to." Mets 5, Phils 2 Wayne Garrett's three-run homer backed the seven-hit pitching of the Mets. Jerry Koosman for October--National Restaurant Month Tim's Pizza with Schlitz Town Country Restaurant Open 24 Hrs.--7 Days Wk. Hwy. 71 S. (Old Pancake House) 521-6686 Rl. 2 Johnson Rd. Fapetleville, Ark. BB BAR-B- (3 Blocks South of Ozark Theater on 71 By Pass) Dining Rooms, Carry-Out, Sandwiches We Cater Large and Small Groups, Too! Ph. 442-9674 11-9 Weekdays, 11-10 p.m. Fri-Sal.-Sun.--Closed Tues. 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