Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 13, 1974 · Page 51
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 51

Fayetteville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Sunday, October 13, 1974
Page 51
Start Free Trial

Page 51 article text (OCR)

On Jackson's Homer, Fingers' Pitching A,s Win 3-2 In Series Opener "" LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Reg-1 Oakland. ' gie Jackson, hobbled by a pain- In the second ''ful leg injury th«t made him a showed why, "doubtful starter until just be fore gamclime, walloped a 400;foot home riin Saturday, help- 1 Ing the Oakland A's to a 3-2 :'· victory over the Los Angeles "Dodgers in the opening game of -the 1974 World Series. ·'' The victory gave the defending world champion A's a 1-0 'lead in the best-of-seven Series -which continues Sunday when 'Vida Blue pitches for Oakland against the Dodgers' Don Sut- a record Dodger Sta- Iton. ··· With _ dium crowd of 55,974 watching, ·Los Angeles repeatedly threat- r ened to break the game open, -outhitting the A's 11-6. ~ But when it was over, the "opening game of baseball's 71st "World Series belonged to Oakland, mostly because of Jack- · son's homer and the relief ·pitching of Rollie Fingers. ' Jackson, who pulled his right hamstring muscle during the 'American League playoffs ·'against Baltimore, had said he ·would play in this World Series 'if he had to do it in a wheel- 'chair. " As he loosened up before the 'game, he told sports writers he ;felt about 85 per cent of his full ·capacity. : But when A's Manager Alvin iDark presented the lineup card, Reggie, Most Valuable Player ^in the 1973 World Series, was in ·right field, batting 'fourth for inning, he With the count one ball and one strike, Dodger starter Andy Messcrsmith made a mistake on Jackson and Reggie unloaded on the pitch, sending it soaring into the left-center field seats for the game's first run. That gave A's starter Ken Holtzman a quick lead and, in the fifth inning, the Oakland left-hander helped his team to another run. With one out, Holtzman ripped a ground ball past first base and into left field for a double. It came on only the second trip to the plate all season by an Oakland pitcher, who seldom bats because of the American League's designated-hitter rule. The first trip had come two innings earlier, when Holtzman T walked. I With Bert Campaneris at bat, VTrccnrcmif h 'itnnnT-l/n/1 a t i r i l f l l With hit a one out, bouncer Davey Mopes to shortstop. Campaneris tried to short-hop the ball but was unable to handle it and Lopes was safe on the error. The Dodgers, who seemed anxious to test Oakland catcher Ray on Fosse's arm, sent Lopes hit-and-run play and Bill Buckner rifled a single to right, Jackson charged the ball, had trouble picking it up and third base coach Tommy LaSorda began waving furiously for Lopes to keep running. Jackson recovered quickly but Lopes had that extra step and, when Jackson heaved a wild throw back to the infield, Lopes scored easily. Whop Jimmy Wynn followed with a walk, Dark came out to get Holtzman, who had surrendered seven hits in 4 1-3 in nings. Out of the bullpen came Fingers, the reliever who was in- Messersmith uncorked a wild volved in Oakland's latest club- Football Scores Jfly THE ASSOCIATED PRESS tCorlland Stole 28, Brockpnrl StnlR 7 ^Delaware Val 50, Upsala College 6 -jGeorgelown 56, St Peter's 13 '·flobart College «, Hamilton Col 27 ".Ithaca 57, Springfield 35 -KuLzlcnvn 27, Gtassborii Stale IB JUiddlebury 25, Williams Col 20 » 'Norwich Univ 10, Tails 1 "Rochester 13, Union College 6 '·*owfo State 12, Hampton Inal 10 ^JJUth Caro St 36, .J.C. Smith 0 Alma College 17, Albion 3 -'Ashlond 20. Northwood Mich 10 JJuena Vista 37. Dubuque 6 ·^arlelon College 7, Lake Forest 6 'Cent Methodist 30, Baker Univ C ·Ohadran Slate M. Wayne St, Neb 7 "*Coc College 27, Lawrence Univ 20 tornell College 40, Grinncll Cal 12 -JTnmllne Univ 21, St Olaf College 14 Coalings Col 21, ConcdrdiaT, Neb. 20 ·Hope College 3D. Adrian 15 ·ilifin Dululli 15, St John's, Minn. 0 : Si-Cloud State 36, Bernlitji State 17 JSt^Mary, Kansas 10, Austin College 7 ^t-Thomas Col 24, Augsburg 9 *3W Missouri 37. Cent Missouri St 26 JfiouUuvesVKans. 21, Tabor 10 3»W Oklahoma 14, Norlheasln Dkla 13 ..Upper Iowa 7, Wfirlburg 3 -Wnync St, Mich 21, NE Missouri St 0 'JRfeslmflr College 21, Bethel, Minn. 7 -William Venn 30, Simpson College 0 SVfnona Slate 14, Manchester 12 ^fcoulsville 21, North Texas St 10 JjrJBham Young 38, Wyoming 7 ^Carroll, Mont. 26, Rocky Mountain I . ;M°nlflna 27, Norlbern Arizona 0 . Tulone jo, Air Force 3 ··Clarion College 21, Edinboro State 1 ' jCoJgale 21, Holy Cross 16 -Franklin Mar 70, Swarthmore 0 Gettysburg Col 21, BucknflH 14 "i»Inttsburg St 9, Rochester Tech 7 Plymouth Stale 29, New Haven Col 9 ·tr Lawrence 6, Alfred 0 :^§eloii Hall 41, Jersey City 18 ·flVInity College 27, Renaselacr 7 f^J)ll;c=; CollDge 30, Junlnta College 9 - ^Kayetleville 46, St Paul's Col 0 ;Gltmvi1le Stale 21, West Va Wesley IT -Xivingstone Col 13, Winston Salem 0 '-Saiiilolpli-Mactin 23, Maryville Col 0 ^Vatiilorbllt 21. Florida 10 rCapltnl Univ 23, Ohio Northern 17 CtrJiticl Valley 41, Findlay College T '-Oustav Adolphus 7, Concord, MoorbrJ 8 UllUiois 27, Purdue 23 -Indiana 34, Minnesota 3 . ;7§wa 35, Northwestern 10 ^Kansas 20, Kansas St Univ 13 ^Kc/iyon College 34, Casa Western a -jtyville State 21, Jamestown 13 'Missouri 21, Nebraska 10 ~Mo Dakota St 29, AugusUna, S.D. H Northern Iowa 41, Drake Univ 17 3JW Col, Iowa 49, Concordfa. St.P 0 .. "·'Ohio Wcsleyan 14, Denison Univ 7 ·Jjlivct College 27, Kalamazoo Col T i«outh Dakola 49. Mornlngside 21 ^5bl Dakota Stnte 5,i, Norlh Dakota 6 ^Voungstown 23, Tennessee Tech 0 JJaylor 21, Arkansas 17 '-Oklahoma 16, Texas 13 ·yptainc 23, New Hampshire 8 ^iKotie Island 14, Vermont 0 ^JrncnsR 17, Navy S _teist Va Tech 14. Shepherd Col 3 ·Cent Michigan 49, Indiana State' 0 ·Jami, Ohio 31, Ohio 3 "·Toledo 31, West Michigan 24 ^Harvard 31, Columhfa 6 ··fcafayeUe 17, Hofslra Univ 7 .Sl^ssBchusetts 21, Boston Univ 14 3i"y Tech 14, Wm Paterson 0 ^ftrtheastern 23, American Int'l 20 -JPenn Stale flS, Wnke Forest 0 '^ittsluirgh 31, West Virginia 14 ·Princeton 14, Dartmouth 7 -Bulgers 37, Lehigh IS ·Si John's NY 38, Manhallnn 16 ·Temple 59, Southern Illinois 16 jVesl Chester 31, Bloomsburg 3 -iVnle 24, Brown 0 ,Jluke 33, Army 14 -Miami, Fla 35, Pacific Univ 6 ·pp Carolina St 22, Virginia 21 TWfchigan 21, Michigan Stale 7 ;eji!o State 52, Wisconsin 7 »Aniherst H, Bowdoin 12 ·«fttes College 26, Worcester Tech 16 ^Boston Slate 14, Curry College 14 ^Central Conn St 42, Monlclair 29 Joust Gifard 24, Wesleyan 7 ·Cornell 28, Pennsylvania 23 ^Delaware 15, Connecticut 6 ·E" Sfroudsburg 21, Cheyney Stale 7 Lebanon V 7 allcy 21, Afuhlenberg 20 .Alabama 8, Florida State 7 'Auburn 31, Kentucky 13 XbnltRnooga 34, Wis. Milwaukee 7 ·Georgia 49, Mississippi 0 ^Georgia Tech 29, North Carolina 23 Salisbury SI 21, Frostburg State 14 2/rginia Union 30, Elizabeth City 2 Tffest Kentucky 32, Dayton 15 -Bowling Green 26, Kent State 10 glltsdale Col 24, Wittenberg 24 ·Michigan Tech 19, Moorhead Slate 0 Mount Union 34, Oberlin College 14 Jfotrc Dame 10, Rice 3 ^tterbeln Col 29, Marietta Col 28 Allegheny 33, Grove City 7 Colby College 21, Maine Maritime 0 THiJlerville St. 66, Main Maritime 0 Slippery Rock 34, Calif State, Pa, 6 JThrel College 23, Bethany, W.Va. 14 ·WaynesbUTg 29, Geneva College 6 g istmmster. Pa 23, Indiana U, Pa. 20 lawba Col 10, GuIEford Col 19 Centre College 19, Sewance 14! JCflst Kentucky 21, Middle Tenn St 17 Srambling Col 21, Tennessee Slate 7 Ipillsaps College 24, Principia Col 0 Morris Brown 51, Morehousc Col 18 Presbyterian Col 21, Mara Hill 20 Wofford 49, Davidson Col 7 sitch and Holtzman advanced ;o third. The count crept to two balls, two strikes and, suddenly, Holtzman broke for home on a daring suicide squeeze play. Campaneris coolly bunted the ball and the A's had their second run. The Dodgers had reached Holtzman for hits in every inning, leaving runners on base in the first four. In the fifth inning, they caught up with the Oakland starter and knocked him out. house scrap Friday. Doctors took five stitches in his scalp after he had battled fellow pitcher John "Blue Moon" Odom, who sprained his ankle in the fracas. Fingers struck out Steve Gar- vcy and then, after hitting Joe Ferguson with a pitch to load Uict bases, he squirmed out of trouble by getting Ron Cey to fly out, In the eighth, the A's got Fingers another" run--it turned oul to he the winning one--and would have had more except 'or a remarkable throw by right fielder Ferguson, Campaneris opened with a single and Bill North bunted, noving him to second. Next, 3ando bounced to Cey at third aase. He made a good stop on the ball but threw it away for an error. Campaneris scored as Bando raced all the way to third on ;he error. Then Jackson lifted a fly ball to right center. Wynn and Ferguson converged on the ball with Bando tagging up. At the last instant, Ferguson cut in f r o n t of Wynn, grabbed the ball and threw a strike to catcher Steve Yeager, retiring Bando for the double play. The throw and lag play was so startling that the Dodgers didn't even realize the side had been retired. They stood there for almost half a minute before being waved in by the umpires. Fingers worked his way out of another two-out, two-on jam in the eighth, leaving the 10th and llth Dodgers stranded on base. He steamed into the ninth, protecting his 3-1 edged. With two out, Wynn socked a long drive that barely made ij; into the left-center field seats, just beyond the leaps of North and Joe Rudi. That made it 3-2 and, when Steve Garvey followed with a line single to right, Fingers was finished. Out of the bullpen came Jim "Catfish" Hunter, who had not 'elieved all season. He fell behind 2-0 before Ferguson swung and missed at his next pitch. Then a foul ball made it 2-2 and Ferguson waved at the third strike, giving the A's their first-game victory. As the A's raced off the field, pinch-runner Tom Paciorek noved sadly to the Dodgers' dugout, the 12th and last Los Angeles runner left on base, AK1.AND LOS ANCKI.KS _ . Camnnrts ss North cf Bando 3b ckson rf CWhntgn rl Ruili II Tennce Ih DGreen 2b Holt ph Uaxvill ss Efoltzman p Fingers p Hunter p 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 ·1000 3 L 1 1 0 0 0 0 ·1020 3 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I,oncs 2b Buckner If Wynn cf Garvey Ib Paciorek pr Ferguson rt Cey 31) Russell ss Yeager c WCnvIrd it Mssrsth p . Joshua ph Marshall p 5 1 0 0 5 0 2 0 4 1 1 1 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 4 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tola) 23 3 6 X Total 37 2 11 Oattand DID DIO 010-3 I,os Aneeles 000 D10 001-- 2 E--Campaneris, *R.Jackson, Cey. DP-- Onkland 1, Los Angeles 1. LOB--Oakland 6, Ixis Angeles 12. 2 B -- H o l t z m a n . HR-- H.Jackson (1), Wynn (1. S--Campanorls 2, North, Tenace. IP H R E R B B S O Hollzmnn - 1 1 - 3 7 1 0 2 Fingers (W.I-0) 4 1 - 3 4 1 l l Hunter 1 - 3 0 0 0 0 Mcssrsmlh (L.0-1) , 8 5 3 2 3 Marshall 1 1 0 0 1 Save--Hunter (1). HBP--by Finer (Ferguson.). WP--Messrsmlh. T--2:43 A--55,974. Brigham Young Clubs Wyoming PROVO, Utah (AP) -- Sophomore tailback Jeff Blanc rushed for two touchdowns and q u a r t e r b a c k Gary Sheide passed to John Bethem for two more to give Brigham Young University a 38-7 Western Athletic Conference football victory over Wyoming Saturday. Shetide complete 20 of 28 passes for 263 yards. Blanc carried the ball 24 times for 74 yards, and Bethem returned five punts for 121 yards. Brigham Young played nearly the entire first half without the services of split end Jay Miller. Miller, who led the nation in pass receptions last year with 100, suffered a knee injury early in the first quarter. Penn, Cornell Tie ITHACA, N.Y. (AP) -- Cornell's junior halfback Don Fanelli scored two touchdowns and threw for a third, but the University of Pennsylvania rallied late in the fourth quarter for a 28-28 tie with the Big Red in college football Saturday. Colorado Rips Iowa SI. BOULDER, Colo, (AP) -Long touchdown runs by juniors Dave Logan and Clyde Crutchmer, and the running of sophomore tailback Billy Waddy, lifted Colorado to a 34-7 victory over- Iowa State Saturday in the Big Eight football opener for both schools. With 2:36 left in the half, after Iowa State had pulled within 14-7, Logan took a punt, headed for the left sideline to pick up a wall of blockers and cut back to the right for a 51- yard return that put the Buffs on top 20-7 at the half. Late in the third period, following a Cyclone fumble at the Iowa Stale 32-yard line, Crutchmer took the Buffaloes in for a score in six plays. Miami Of Ohio Throttles Ohio In League Game ATHENS, Ohio (AP) -- Quarterback Sherman Smith passed for one touchdown and ran for two others Saturday, and Miami of Ohio throttled Ohio University 31-3 in a Mid-Ameri can Conference football game. The 20th-ranked Redskins, raising their record to 4-0-1, let the Bobcats score first in the opening period . when Gary Homer booted a 28-yard field goal. But Dave Draudt kicked a 44- yard field goal for the Redskins in the second quarter and Smith sprinted 16 yards for a touchdown as Miami went ahead to stay. Smith roared over the Bobcat defenders with 112 yards in 21 carries. He also hit Mike Rhodes for a 13-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter. Illinois Trims Purdue, 27-23 In Big 10 Tilt LAFAYETTE. Ind. (AP) Sophomore slotback Fran] Johnson grabbed 3 pair o touchdown passes from Illinois alternating quarterbacks, am Dan Beaver added two fieli goals Saturday as Illinoi ruined Purdue's homecomin 27-23 in a Big Ten football colli sion. The victory was the fourth i five games for the Illini, thei best start since 1964, and raise their conference record to 2-0 The Boilermakers slipped to 3- and 0 2 . The Illinois piled up 17 point in the second period as junio Jim Kopatz and senior Jeff Ho lenbach each hit Johnson wit a socring pass and Beave kicked the first of his fiel goals. - Hale Irwin Wins Match Play Crown VIRGINIA WATER, England AP) -- Hale Irwin, the U.S. Jpen Champion, dethroned ^ary Player of South Africa 3 nd 1 Saturday and won the iccadilly World Match Play loll Championship and the first rize of $24,000. The dramatic, seesaw 3S-holc inal provided more excitement lan top quality golf. Player, below form, hooked is drive five times, missed a umber of vital short putts, lost is' chance to win the title foi he sixth time in 11 years ant ettled fo rthe $12,000 s e c o n d irize. Irwin, a former college foot' all star from Kirkwood, Mo., vas remarkably accurate with its three-wood second shots on he long holes, planting them egularly on the greens. A crowd of 3,000 followed the wo stars around Wentworth's ,997-yard, par 3538--73 course Player conceded the match m the 35th hole, sparking con roversy over the final score. Irwin went to that hole 2-up layer missed a putt from If eet, and the American then only needed to get down in twc rom a similar distance t lalve the hole. Player shrugge lis shoulders, walked acres he green and shook hands wit Irwin, apparently conceding th match. The result first was an nounced as 2 and 1, but later i ivas changed to 3 and I. "I don't know whether Gar conceded the hole or th match," Irwin said. "I woul say 3 and 1. It sounds better." Throughout the mornin round, the lead went back an forth. Irwin jumped in fror three times, and each tim Player caught up. The Amer can was 2-up after the 1211 then had putting troubles an tost three consecutive holes. Irwin came back to tie th match on the 16th, but Playe went 1-up again at No. 18. In the afternoon it was Irwi all the way. He won the 2ls after Player's drive landed i short rough. Player three-pu ted at the 24th, and Irwin san a 16-foot putt for a birdie at th 25th to go 2-up. Player pulled one back at th 29th, but that was the last ho he won. Colgate Wins 21-16 HAMILTON. N.Y. (AP) Freshman halfback Pat Heal scored three touchdowns, tl last on a razzle-dazzle 32-yai pass from quarterback Bruc Basile, to lead previously wi less Colgate to a 21-1'6 upsi victory over Holy Cross Satu day. orthwest Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, Oct. 13, 1974 · AVETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS 3C Fourth Quarter TD Boosts Kansas To Win MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -- ophomore Lavernc Smith' ^resiled loose from would-be 1 adders and raced 51 yards for late fourth-quarter touch- own, boosting 18th-ranked Cansas to a 20-13 Big Eight onference football victory ver rival Kansas State Satur- ay. Smith's burst came with 4:06 eft, just about the time many n the. stadium record crowd of 5,000 had resigned themselves o a Kansas State triumph. Scott - McMichael. Kansas ophomore quarterback, hit "mmctt Edwards with a pass or two points after Smith's omp. Kansas State then rolled all Ke way to the Kansas two, vhere quarterback Steve Gro;an was knocked down by Mike .emon. Kurt Knoff and Nolan Cromwell just as he was about o step into the end zone on the game's last play. Kansas State spotted Kansa a 12-0 lead in the first half and truck for two touchdowns in he third period, one on a on«- ard run by Hegan Sleiner and he other on Grogan's 39-yard pass to Tom Winched. David Cheves kicked the extra point. Indiana Routs Minnesota 34-3 .BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (API -- Sophomore Courtney Snyder rambled for 1GO yards and two touchdowns and junior Trent Smock caught two touchdown passes from quarterback Terry Jones, leading Indiana to a 34-3 Big Ten football victory over Minnesota Saturday. The victory ended Indiana's 11-game losing string, matching their longest ever, and evened the Hoosiers' conference recoNJ this year at 1-1. Indiana now is 1-4 over-all. Minnesota, which lost 54-0 to Nebraska a week earlier, dropped to 0-2 in the Big Ten and 2-3 over-all. Loose Ball The hall squirts away frwni Joe Washington (24), University »f Oklahoma halfback, as he is tackled by Alfred Jackson (2), University of Texas defensive hack. This action took place in the first quarter of the Oklahoma-Texas game In Dallas Saturday. Oklahoma won 16-13. (AP Wirephoto) First National is a partner to working hands In olden days a man had to sharpen the ax to cut the trees to get the wood to build the house. Now it's a lot easier on the working hands. First National Bank of Fayetteville has home improvement financing available to give those working hands of yours a helping hand. Come see First National Bank at any of the convenient locations, West Fork, Evelyn Hills, Dickson at University and, of course, downtown on the square. First National Bank wants to be a partner to your working hands. D ( D W N T X A V N U N I V E I T Y NATIONAL EVELYN HU-LS^- WEST FORK FDIC

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page