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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Colonels. Knicks and Bulls Win The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., April 6, 1974 By Andy Lippraan Associated Press Sports Writer “Our defense was the difference,” said Kentucky Coach Babe McCarthy after the Colonels had beaten the Carolina Cougars 99-96 Friday to take a 2-0 lead in their American Basketball Association Eastern Division semifinal playoff series. And as the series switched to Carolina tonight, Cougar Coach Larry Brown was still searching for a defensive combination to stop Colonels center Artis Gilmore. Gilmore scored 34 points Friday, one more than he did in the first game of the series, had 20 rebounds and six blocked shots. Carolina tried Jim Chones and Tom Owens against the 7-foot-2 Gilmore, but neither was effective. In other games today, the Boston Celtics, leading their best-of-seven series 2-1, were at Buffalo, while in the ABA; San Antonio wras at Indiana after splitting their first four games and San Diego hoped to break a 2-2 deadlock at Utah. In National Basketball Association action Friday, the New York Knicks took an overtime decision from the Capital Bullets 101-93 and the Chicago Bulls edged the Detroit Pistons 84-83. The Colonels, plagued by turnovers early in the game, fi nally took the lead with six minutes to go and sealed the victory with three free throws by Louie Dampier and Ron Thompson in the final IO seconds. “I was amazed at Carolina’s poor shooting,” said McCarthy, “but we’ve* been playing them a little differently on defense since the end of the season.” Billy Cunningham, sidelined since Dec. 12 because of two kidney operations, returned to action for the first time. Pale and thin, Cunningham played 17 minutes and scored two points. The rest of the Cougars were not much better. They hit 38 per cent from the floor, but were kept in the game by forcing 37 Colonel turnovers—an ABA playoff record. Knicks 101, Bullets 93 Earl Monroe’s only field goal of the second half came with 37 seconds remaining in regulation and sent the game into overtime. Then Monroe went wild, pouring in IO of the Knicks’ 14 points in the extra period. The Knicks, who rallied from nine points down in the fourth period, had a chance to win in regulation, but Walt Frazier’s shot with three seconds left was blocked by Elvin Hayes. Phil Chenier led Capital with 21, while Monroe, a former Bullet, finished with 23 points. The series, tied at 2-2, re turns to New York for the fifth Eastern Conference game Sunday. Bulls 84, Pistons 83 Chet Walker sank a pair of free throws with 14 seconds remaining to pull the Bulls out of danger for the final time. Detroit had come back from 14 points behind late in the third period to take a 76-71 lead after reeling off 19 straight points. Bob Love then poured in six straight points of his own to regain the lead for Chicago. Walker finished with 21 for the Bulls, who now lead in their Western Conference semifinal playoffs 2-1, while Bob Lanier was held to 19 after averaging 32.5 in the first two games. Cards Edge Bucs 6-5 in Weird 10th By Herschel Nissenson Associated Press Sports Writer The St. Louis Cardinals are living proof that if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. After Lou Brock “singled” into a weird double play with the bases loaded in the 10th inning while trying to get the winning run home, Ted Size-more singled for real to cap a two-run rally that lifted the j bled home two runs for the Cards and Bake McBride drove in two more with a single and sacrifice fly. For the Pirates, Richie Hebner knocked across three with a pair of homers off Bob Gibson and then doubled in the 10th and scored on Willie Stargell’s single for a 5-4 lead. But McBride opened the last of the 10th with a bunt hit against Pittsburgh relief ace Cards to a 6-5 victory over the Dave Giusti and raced to third Pittsburgh Pirates Friday night on Ken Reitz’ single. He in the National League opener scored the tying run when for both clubs.    pinch hitter Tim McCarver rap- Ryan fired to third baseman Hebner, forcing McCarver for the second out. But Cruz, a late arrival at second, then scored on Sizemore’s single to left. “I’ve never seen a play like that before,” said Pittsburgh Manager Danny Murtaugh. “I thought we should have had a triple play.” The Pirates complained that Cruz should have been out at second on Hebner’s ensuing relay to Stennett. Time was called when Murtaugh went onto the field and it was at least two minutes later when who failed to hit a during spring train- said the infield fly rule should Maddox, have been called.    (lome    run ‘•They    had    IO    infielders,”    he    jng, said    he was “choking up, said.    “The    guy    caught    the    ball    trying to    just get a lot of hits. He threw    me a high fast ball land I hit    it real well. I wasn’t on the edge of the infield. Giants 5, Astros I Garry Maddox cracked a three-run homer and Tom Bradley, who drew the opening surprised that I hit it well, but I was a little surprised at the homer. It’s only the second I’ve day assignment when Ron ^ t0 ^d *n my career.” Bryant was injured in a swim-    Dodgers 8, Padres 0 ming pool mishap during spring Jim Wynn slammed a two-training, scattered seven hits run homer, singled twice and before Randy Moffitt came in drove in three runs to back the to get the last two outs. Rookie six-hit pitching of Don Sutton. Steve Ontiveros and Dave King- Wynn, playing his first game man slapped run-scoring sin- for Los Angeles after being gles in the iourth inning and traded by Houston, singled Maddox smashed his homer off home a run with an infield hit In the only other NL action,!ped a single just out of the the San Francisco Giants'reach of second baseman Ren-1 Cruz, who had held up at first trimmed the Houston Astros 5-ljnie Stennett.    jbase,    sneaked down to second, and the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Jose Cruz, another pinch hit-! “Stennett said he tagged blanked the San Diego    Padres    ter, outlegged a bunt down    the    McCarver    and was on the base    Dave Roberts in the fifth.    (0 touch off a three-run third 8-0.    third base line, loading    the    at the same time (to force    Bradley allowed only one run-    inning and then homered over All 12 teams    are on    today’sbases and setting the stage    for    Cruz) but    Satch (umpire Satch    aer to reach second base until    the left-center field wall in the schedule—New    York at    Phila-    the unusual double play.    Davidson)    said he wasn’t on    the ninth, when the Astros    sixth with Bill Buckner aboard, delphia, Atlanta and Hank Aa- Ramon Hernandez replaced the bag,” Murtaugh explained, broke the shutout on singles by Hon Cey singled home two “It was the umpire’s judgment.! Greg Gross, Roger Metzger and runs jn the third with a bouncer You can’t appeal that.”    jBob    Watson.    jover the third baseman’s head Coach Don Leppert said:* “That’s the way we played arK{ drove in a third run in the “We can curse and we can beef! all spring,” said Manager'sixth with a sacrifice fly. and we can cry all night and Charlie Fox. “Bradley looked--- ron at Cincinnati, Pittsburgh at j Giusti and Brock lined a shot to St. Louis, Chicago at Montreal, right field where Gene Clines, Houston at San Francisco and'playing shallow, trapped the San Diego at Los Angeles. ball as the three runners all For 9*2 innings, the Pitts- held up. Clines quickly fired to -UPI Telephoto burgh-St. Louis affair was rela- the plate, forcing pinch runner it’ll still be the same ruling.” great. Even in the ninth he was lively stable. Reggie Smith dou- Jim Dwyer, and catcher Mike With tongue in cheek. Brock still throwing hard.” Ryan Wild, But Stops Sox 8-2 Aaron Es Out Until liMay Lee Trevino grimaces as try »for birdie lips cup on No. 9 Jamieson. Mahaffey Stere lead GREENSBORO, NC. (AP Lee Trevino finally took a CINCINNATI (AP) cr Eddie Mathews announced ^    , lL    i    .today that Hank Aaron will not shaded the Kansas City Royals I tentionally and Bumbry moved single of the game and k error starj an0^er game until the 6-4 in ll innings.    to third on Tommy Davis’ fly raced home when Bisie hit a Atlanta Braves return for their Four streakers raced around while the White Sox and An- ball. Baylor tried to squeeze,, {, center fielder Amos „ome r a ins( lj)s A the ballpark, numerous fights gels christened the 1974 base- Bumbry home on the first pitch 0(is    les Monday night. erupted in the stands, they boh season at White Sox Park'but missed before delivering Twins had won only five The Braves were scheduled to sf,^n8 90 holes without a bo-played baseball in 37-degree lhey had comP€tition from the his single to center off loser of 27 exhibition games this meet Cincinnati in afternoon^’ fndod in ^^yAs sccond f®1 ’ , piajriu uaaiuuu in 01    f-------- J    Mirkow TnlirUi    .    .    .    coon    non    to    do    at    I I spring.    I games today and Sundav. By Ken Rappoport Associated Press Sports Writer gey, John Mahaffey and Jamieson took a share of ’ lead. And Arnold Palmer Billy Casper took off for gusta, Ga. and Masters, tims of the cut. “It had to happen sometime.” Trevino said when — penalty for being late to the tee bo- and his 67 tu nod in o a 69-137. Jim the and Au-vic- v.ays that weie long and wet after 24 hours of rain. The chubby Jamieson, known to his fellow pros as “the little fans—some of whom would Mickey Lolich. weather and Nolan Ryan struck ,ather figh, ,han watch Ryan out a total of four batters When was the last time you saw Ryan do that? The other stuff has become pretty commonplace these days, but the California Angel ace couldn’t explain his low strikeout total after beating the Chicago White Sox 8-2 Friday. “I was all over the place with 'pitch. About a dozen individual battles exploded in the Opening Day crowd of 30.041. And while they were swinging in the stands, others were caught naked on the field. A quartet of streakers dashed about the place, despite the chilly climate. One made his Twins 6. Royals 4 Rod Carew singled home the tie-breaking run in the lith inning and rookie Sergio Ferrer scored from second base on Larry Hisle’s long fly ball, lifting Minnesota over Kansas clrew lb City. With one out in the lith, l Jerry Terrell beat out a roller to the left of reliever Lindy McDaniel and Ferrer walked. Hill had a second round 66. Cole and H menuik 67s. Wie- chers 68. Still 63, and Charles round man.” reached all the ani Thompson 69.    par-five acies with iron club Mahaffey, who had been sec- second shots and birdied them end twice and third once this    all. He also    dropped birdie year, took the week off before    putts of 20, 20    and 25 feet and his coming to Greensboro.    pitched to three feet for still I thought I needed a rest.” another. His three bogeys all but there's not much    came as the    result of flying round    of    the    $220,000    Greater    f° do at home. My friends are    second shots    that missed the Greensboro    Open    Golf    Tourna-    aH cut here on the tour. I was    green. Major I a<k2Bg’ll4k Boxos AMERICAN LEAGUE see from the press box my fastball.” said the hard- ^ throwing Ryan after working I    ] eight arduous innings.    which team he supported. The major leagues best .., ncVfr saw hj ,jke strikeout pitcher didn t have Ins . „ sajd chj M r strikeout pitch until the fifth in-Chuck Tanner talking about ning. He issued an extravagant way out to left field, "earmgl^, on carew., third merely a baseball cap. It was total of IO walks and threw’ a total of 138 pitches. “I was pitching out of trouble the whole game,” said the man who fanned a record 383 batters in 1973. “A couple of key early hits and I’m out of the game.” California Manager Bobby Winkles watched Ryan struggling, but didn’t lift a finger. “I wasn’t about to yank Ryan in his early trouble,” said Winkles. “You can’t hardly take him out, because suddenly you look around and he’s got it.” Three other American the Maidrite, Airliner in Cage Fina MINNESOTA    KANSAS    CITY    SANDIEGO ab r h bl    ab    r h bi    ab    r    h bi Ferrer ss    5 2 2 0    Patek    ss    5 10 1    Tolan rf    4 0 10 6)32    Solana    ph    1 0 0 0    Becker! 2b Hisle cf    3 112 Wofford lf 4 12 2 vruoo cf lb    4 111 Pinson rf    5 0 2 1 McCovey lb Holt lb    2    0    0 0    Mayberry lb 3    0    I 0    Colbert    lf Darwin rf    4    0    3 0    Otis cf    4    0    0 0    Kendall    c Killebrew db    5    0    0 0    Rojas 2b    5    0    10    Hilton 3b Braun lf    4    0    0 0    McRae db    5    12 0    EHnandz    ss Brye cf    1    0    0 0    Schaal 3b Hundley c    4    0    3 1    FGonzles 3b Soderblm pr    0    0    0 0    Healy c Brqman c    1    0    0 0    Splittorff p Terrell 3b 4 110 McDaniel P Blyleven p    0    0    0 0 BCmpbell p    0    0    0 0 NATIONAL LOAGUE LOS ANGELES ment. “I’m just lucky 73 or 74.” With Trevino, 2 0 10 Winfield ph 2 110 Greif p 4 0 0 0 CorKins p 0 0 0 0 Garcia p 0 0 0 0 MmIou bb McIntosh p Lopes 2b 4 0 2 0 Buckner lb 4 0 2 u Wynn cf 3 0 0 0 Ferguson c 4 u 0 0 WCrwfrd rf 3 0 0 0 Cey 3b 4 0 0 0 Joshua lf 3 0 10 Russell ss I U 0 0 Sutton p 10 0 0 I 0 U 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 kinda anxious to get back. I didn’t shoot “I wanted to get in licks before the Masters (next a run-away week), try to kind of get in Orleans last shape. If I could play as good next two rounds as I have first two, well, it’d be Jamieson, who winner at New 34 rih2bo week- faltering just a hit, Ma-    ’he f H J haffey and Jamieson moved    the into a tie for the lead at nine-    mighty    nice.' Mahaffey, who looks much ________?_____________ younger than his 25 years, 30,0 But Palmer and Casper, who    didn’t make a    bogey    and    didn't have more than 110 tour titles    miss a    green,    despite    the    fair- wiifeHomenuik J. rn VV cc her* between them, failed to qualify missed a some montirs pjav U jth a broken bone in his hand, said he was “very happy with the way I played today. I just hope I can play as well the next two days.” 3 2 10 4 0 3 0 3 > J 3 under-par 135. Mahaffey had a 4i2o second round 66. Jamieson 67. Leaders John Mahaffey Jim Jamieson Ray F.oya Lee Trevino ike Hill 43 6 1 4 6 overly expressive crowd. “Is it the times or the excitement of Opening Day? If it goes beyond Opening Day, the average fan couldn’t take it.” Ron Santo, the White Sox’ designated hitter, also found the day’s activities hard to be- -vear s YMCA Goldball basket Defending champ Eastside Maidrite will meet Airliner of Iowa City in the finals of this Total Minnesota Kansas City E—Lls, Wohlford LOB Minnesota IO, Schaal, McRae 2. 3B—Wohlford, Hisle, Ferrpr SB—Patek, F.Gonzales, Wohlford. S Healy, Terrell. SF-Hisle 2. IP H R ER BB SO Greif (L.0-1) Blvleven    9    9    4    3    3    6    Cork im BCmpbell    (W,l-0)    2    1    0    0    2    0    Garcia Splittorff    9    ll    4    3    I    4    McIntosh J2    2    0    Tu.iU.MW,1-0) PB—Healy. T—3:17. A—31,781.    Balk—Greif. 33 0 6 0 Total 35 8 15 8 OOO OOO OOO— 0 003 103 OU— 8 _ Total Total 40 4 IO 4 san Diego OOO 220 OOO 02— 6 Los Angeles 002 000 200 00— 4 u—Russell, Becker!. DP—San Diego I. tn DP—Minnesota 2. LOB—San Diego 8, Los Angeles 12. 2B— Kansas Citv y.^zB— Hernando. HR—Wynn (I). SB— W.Crawford 2, Lopes. S—Sutton. SF—Cey, Josnua. IP H 3 1-3 7 I 2-3 5 1 u 2    3 for the last two rounds. It took a score of 141, one under par, make it. Casper was at 144 and Palmer 146, Mahaffey and Jamieson, nei-a winner this year, but Olson Adds 2 Assistant: I o o o T—2:30. A-31,566. R ER BB SO Jt J < | jther ooii each a runnerup, shared a one- o o IOWA CITY. Iowa (AP) -University of Iowa basketball advantage over Ray Coach Lu e Olsen said Friday Bob Charles Ken Still Bobby Cole i u nard i homos Gibby Gilbert bruce Fluis.ier Gay Brewer Jack -wing Bud Altin David Graham Miller Barber Torn Kite Babe Hiskev Forrest Feeler Tommy Aaron George Knudson Mason Rudolph Bob Mamie BOSTON ball tournament. lieve “I never sawr a crowd this j Airliner reached the fine 11 M^qmrv c 'bad,” he said. “It took a lot of round by downing Bob Neal!§ui»rrerobss concentration away from us. Ford of Davenport 88-64 in a saw! o I But I don’t believe this will go! Friday night contest. In the sec-! |on every day. Streaking is justjond game, Maidrite defeated I a fad and will die out.”    j    y.F.W. of Iowa City 103-87. While all this perimeter ac- Consolation and final games i    ,    Jt,-:    i tivity was going on, Ryan was will be Dlaved Saturday nicht at    ^ League games were played Tri- ,    .    ,.    rp, .. VVIU uc Pl£,ytu °dlurud> mgni ai Money, j    ____having his problems. The slim the Central YMCA right-hander walked two bat- ...    D    tors in each of the first three stopped the Milwaukee Brewers]. 9-8. the Baltimore Orioles MILWAUKFE ab r h bl    ab    r    h    bi Hamper db 5 0 10 Money 3b Beniquez cf 4 10 0 Berry db Cooper lb 3 110 DMay cf Ystrmski lf 5 2 2 2 Scott lb Petrocelll 3b 2 0 I I Briaqs lf JKennedy 3b 2 I OO Porter c 3 2 10 Coluccio rf 4 2 2 3 Garcia 2b 3 0 2 3 Yount ss 4 0 10 FAIou ph 0 0 0 0 TJohnson ss 0 0 0 0 Colborn p JBeH p Kobel p EdRdqez p day, the second day of the season. The Boston Red Sox nipped the and the Detroit Tigers 3-2 Minnesota Twins Bob Neat Ford-Dav. (64): Royal Burton Wooev-IO, Mike Vanderwallie 13, Bob Flowers 19, !T »_» George Dempsey ?, Jim McGrath 18,    (W    i.0) Ce'h''’- 0 0 0 0 35 9 ll 9 Total SH 6 5‘ 025 OOO 200- 9 WL _____310 004 OOO— 8 E—Cooper. DP—Boston I, Milwaukee I. I hi—Boston 4, Milwaukee 4, ?B—Griffin,: T. Johnson. 3B—Garcia. HR— (I', Montnomrv (I), Yastremski (I). SB -Money, Harper. S—Money. SF— cill Gross rf f I I X "'eizqer ss 5 0 0 0 cedeno cf 3 2 10 watson It 4>13 MMay c 3 10 0 L/viuy lb 3 ’ 0 0 QqRader 3b rill Helms 2b 3 0 2    2    DaRobrts p I S V    X    GaloQhr pb ISIS Forsch p 0 0 0    0    cjonnson ph    I    0    0    0 0 0 0    0    jjohnsn p    0    0    0    0 0 0 0    0 « stroke Floyd. Floyd, in a deep slump he has completed his staff with ArGeTbeTqV since winning the PCA national the appointments cf Dick Ruch- L3rcryPw^ championship in 1969, had a 68 en and Floyd Theard. 134.    Kucher.    29,    a    mem    cr    of    the Trevino, who missed the Hawkeye staff the last four green and bogeyed the first \ears. will serve as Olson’s top and co-ordinate re- HOUSTON    SAN    FRANCISCO ab r h bi    ab    r h bi 4 13 0    Bonds rf    4 110 4 0 10    t-uentes 2b    4 I 2 0    ,    , 4ooo Phillips 2b oQoo and was alone at 4 0    11    Maddox cf    4 2    13 4 0    0 0    Matthews    lf    4 I    )    0 4 U    0 0    Ontiveros    lb    3 0    1    I 3 0    10    Kingman    3b    4 0    3    1 looo KPuaoirphSc 2000 hole—the first bogey he’d made assistant oooo Moa»fit?pp    oooo since March 24, had a 69 and cruiting. tied with an international Theard, ier Sam Snead Dave Eichelberqcr Joe Inm n Charles Sifford Je tv Feara Bruce Crampton Jim Colbert Bert Greene Bobby Mitchell £7-66—133 66-67—133 66-68—134 66-69—135 69-66—135 68 67—135 t>7 68—135 65-70—135 66-69-135 68-67—135 6-70—135 71-65-136 69-68—137 69-68—137 72 65—137 69 68-137 6-69—137 68-69-137 6-09—137 65-72-137 /u-67-137 69-69-138 65-73—138 65-73-138 70 68—138 70-68—138 70-69—139 7 ,'9—139 6? .70—139 70-69—139 72-67—139 68 71—139 70-69—139 69 70—139 69 70—139 77-67—139 71-68-139 I Total Boston M;*waiikee Total Housion So.i srancisco E—Kingman, James Gibson 2 Airliner-la. City (88): Glen Vidnovic 24,; Ken Grabinski 18, Jim Baker 2, Doc Bol-!    ,, Hen A Mitctnn nroArilnuA    Tom    Rliocnor    _    IL** Hawkeyes Win 2 from Wartburg 9 IOWA CITY (AP) - Iowa’s baseball team opened its new stadium on a successful note Friday, sweeping a double header from Wartburg, 5-1 and 12-3. Iowa scored five runs on only four hits in the first game as Mark Ewell hurled a three-hitter. Trailing 2-0 in the game, Iowa exploded for nine third-inning runs on six walks, three singles and a Wartburg error. Iowa is now 7-5 while Wartburg fell to 0-4. Iowa hosted Cornell in a double header Saturday aftemcon. Wartburg .    010 OOO 0—1 3 3,-. iowa    ... 203 210 x—s 4 I Tigers. P. Eborhne, Enright (5) and M. Ever-!    ti..—inline; Ewell and Wessling. W—Ewen 3-1.:    At oUmDry L— Ebert i ne 0-1, SECOND GAME Wartburg    200 001    0—    3    4    3 iowa    ____ 009 030    x—12    7    3 Koolstra, Koch (3), Enright    (3),    Gruen- berg (5) and Ristau; Steen and Chard!. W—Sfecn 2-1. L—Kooietra 0-1. IP H R ER BB SO ' 1-3    5    8    7    5    I 3 2-3    1    0    0    I    7 •> 0-1    4    7    7    4    3 3 1-3    4    0    0    0    2 J,,u 1 den 6, Huston Breedlove lorTom Bliesner    11    021?    0    0    0    0 in the 4- Lvnn Rowat ,6< s,eve Pennev 8-    un,?."by    FdPHnPZ (Cooner!. WP- --Seoul    2.    PB—Montgomry. T—2:56. A— I Eastside Maldrite-C.R. (103): Al Albers 37'76t IO. Larry Albers 18, Mikp Roup 12, Virgil 1    - Erickson 20, Jim Van Scoyac 14,. Steve innings but was saved by a couple of slick plays by second baseman Denny Doyle first and third innings. Lee Stanton doubled, hom- prprt nnH    drove    in three    runs    toiMra7 18, Dennv    Ibottson    4, John Smith 7. ertu UUU    uiuvt    111 unit    nuts    iv    v.F.W-la.    City    (87):    Mark    Perisho    2, lead the    Angel    assault    on Chicago ace    Wilbur Wood. Red Sox 9, Brewers 8 Darrell Johnson made a suc-j cessful debut as Boston man-J ager. Carl Yastrzemski hit a! two-run homer and Doug Grif- J fin laced a three-run San Francisco 3. Francisco /. *b-Maddox (I). DaRoberts (L.0-1) J. Johnson drauiey iW,l-0) Moffitt 33 I 7 I Total 32 5 IO 5 OOO OOO OOI— I UvO ijU Ovx— 3 Fuentes. DP—Houston I, lOo- Fiuustun 5, jail Kingman, oueier. Hk~ b 1-3 2-3 3aifc—Moffitt (I). HBr -by Forsch iOn tiveros). T—2:03. A-17,527. CALIFORNIA ab r h bl Dlvpfk r* CHICAGO Heoner 3o ^Oliver cf Stargell lf Larry Gearhart 4. Roger Moeller 31.|r.nm,i. ok Merle Opine 4, Don Anderson 22, Dick w n ll ria,,. UnFhrrnll A .VVPnTUIe IT Cole 6, Noel Austin 12, Dave Hutchcroft 6. Big Gym Lead For Iowa State I.Fhoud pr rpnh^p db Fpytein lb RO’iver 3b rf EIRdrgez c Fh,tv s< NRyan p Selma p STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) double.. —iowa State has taken a com-Yastrzemski slugged his homer manding lead going into torn the seventh off rookie Kevin j night’s finals in the National Kobel following a bad-hop Collegiate Athletic Assn. gym- i i n PKellv rf 5 111 Hendrsn cf 3nin DAtlen lh 0 2 0 1 Melton 3b 4 0 7 1 oiyay if 7 10 0 Sano dh oooo Orta 7b 5 0 4 2 Hrrmann c 4 17 3 nard ss 5 110 Hairston ph attn Alvarado ss 0 0 0 0 Wood p 0 0 0 0 Forster p Gossaqe p ab r h bl 4 0 10 Giusti p 3    12 1 4    0 0 0 3    0 10 4    0 0 1 10 0 0 4 0 10 3 10 0 7 0 0 0 oooo loop oooo 0 0 o 0 oooo UFdrker lh BRobrtsn lb janquilln c MR van c axvill single by Cecil Cooper. I Griffin’s double capped a !five-run third, when the Red S&x took a 7-4 lead and chased second I Milwaukee starter .lim Colborn, zona State and 321.75 for Cali-a 20-game winner last year. fornia. Iowa is fifth with 318.4. Stanford senior Steve Hug Total 38 8 13 8 Total 29 2 5 2 California    inn    aal l*ft—    a Chicaao    HO    OOO OOO—2 r_vett''n. np—c*,if''t’riln I. Ch'ca"'' I. LOB—California 12, Chicano IO. 2B—Stan-; HR—Heoner ton, Orta, F.Robinson. HR—Stanton (I). McBride. SF—Stanton.    ^    p    hp po jn'Reuss PITTSBURGH    ST    LOUIS ab r h bi    ab    r h bi Stennett 2b 5 0 0    0    Brock lf    6 12 0 5 3 3    3    Sizemore 2b    4 12 1 «0 I ll RSmith rf 4 12 2 5 0 2    1    Torre lb    5 0 10 4 0 0    0    Simmons c    5 12 0 1 0 0    0    McBride cf    4 13 2 4 1)0 Reitz 3b 4 0 3 0 0 0 0    0    Dwyer pr    0 0 0 0 2 0 0    0    1 yson ss    3 0 10 2 0 10 McCrvr ch loll 2 110 Gibson p 3 0 0 0 Krkpatrik    ph 0 0    0    I    Melendez    ph    10    0    0 Travels    ss    1 0    0    0    Pena p    0 0    0    0 Reuss p    3 0    10    Hrabosky    p    0 0    0    0 Clines rf    I 0    0    0    JCruz pn    1110 RHnandz    p    0 0    0    0 Total 39 5 IO 5 Total 41 6 18 6 Two out when winning run scored Pittsburgh St. GOUL E—Zisk, Brock. DP—Pittsburgh 3. Minnesota LOP—Pittsburgh 7, St. Louis 12. 2B— Kansas City McBride, R.Smith, Hebner. 3B—Simmons. Chicago was tied vim an international ineara. 29. a Chicago native, group of seven others at 135. will head the varsity reserve just two    shots    back.    program    and be    in charge of /Usa at    that    figure were Boh-    scouting. Will Theard coached Manual High Bob    School in    Denver.    Colo, to see- and    ond place    in the AAA state high Ken school tournament this year, and He is a 1967 graduate of Ken-Mike Hill. Australian David tucky State and holds a mas-Graham also was at 135 until ters degree from Northern Collie was assessed a two-stroke orado University. § B St si bsiS zigs bv Cole of South Africa. r ER bb so Homenuik or Canada, i Charles of New Zealand ? i i 4 Americans Jim Wlechers Still. Leonard Thompson ALWAYS IN FIRST PLACE I American league East National League Baltimore boston Cleveland New York Milwaukee Detroit 002 000 HOI- S oakland 003 OOO IOO 2- 6 Srn°ia 0 Ii 0 West j I I 0 2    (2).    SF—Kirkpatrick, Texas *>et. 1.000 I OOO .OOO .UOO .OOO .009 I OOO 1.000 1.000 .OOO .OOO .OOO GB St. Louis East I 0 ’.OOI Chicago 0 0 .OOO Montreal 0 0 .OOO New York 0 0 .OOO Philadelphia 0 0 .OOO Pittsburgh 0 I .OOO ; Cincinnati West 0 I OOO • San Francisco I 0 1.000 Los Angeles I 0 1.000 San Diego 0 I OOO Houston 0 I .OOO Atlanta 0 OOO nasties meet. The Cyclones rolled lip 326.10 points during the first two days of the meet, to 322.0-1 for Ari- N Ryan (W.1-0) Wood (L.0-1) Coater Gos'aoe WRO    W-v-d (Chalk). T—2:56. A- r    4    7    2    IO    5    Giusti (L,0 I) I    i    n    n    a    or. rternaiidz 6 7-3    7    3    3    3    3    Gibson 7-1    I    i    5    7    n    Pena 1 7 3    1    0    0    O    I    Hrabosky (W,l-0) (r^c*»in), bv Wood HBP by Gibson -30,061.    (D..    diker).    1-    2:36 IP    H 7    12 2 2-3 5 R ER BB SO 4    4    5    0 2    2    0    3 8    8 I    0 I    2 (A.Oliver), A—24,210. 3    0    3 0    0    I 1    0    I by Gibson DETROIT ab r h bi baltimore ab r h bi FRrnkmn **    4    i 7 O    PuroRrv lf    4 I n n ARodroez 3b    5    0 3 0    Coppin; rf    3 0 0 0 j edged Doug Fitzjarrell of Iowa I K^neUdhrf    3000    tdbvi* hp    3110 1    ■    -    4    I I I    Bevier lh    4 0 7? Orioles 3, Tigers 2 Don Baylor, after failing on a s^ate^ yvho finished second with l'jfe,7h°iblf squeeze attempt, hit a checked- 108 05 p^ts in the all-around swing single in the eighth in- ] competition at Penn State’s Rec ning to drive in the winning run 1 hall. as Baltimore spoiled Ralph; Fitzjarrell was the leader in Houk’s debut as manager of the the free exercise competition with 19.85 points. Other individ- Baltimore ual event leaders going into the finals included Keith Heaver. Iowa State, still rings; and Greg Goodhue, Oklahoma, long 'horse vault. 4    0 10    Cabell 1b    0    0    0    0 cf    I    I) 0 (I    POoRtpkn    ->b    3    (!    I    0 Freehan C    3    0 10    FWIItams    c    3    0    0    O |fr«v pr    ll    (lh ll    Rl»!r rf    3    6    7    0 Suthrland ?b    3    0 I 0    Belonger    ss Tft-royp rib    0    O 0 O    P’lmnr D peach ph    1    0 0 0    GJackson    p    0    0    0    0 MI clich p    0    0 0 0 FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Press HOTSPRINGS, Ark. — Terry Daniels, 185, Dallas, stopped Jimmy Phillips, 198, Memphis, 5. MADRID — Jose Manuel Ibar Urtain, 202Vi, Spain, outpointed Jan Lubbers, 20312, Holland, e SAN DIEGO (AP)-Huqo Barazzi, 134'i, 7(100 Boqo.a, Colombia knocked out Carlos noon Barriqan, 135, San Diego, 5. Friday's Games California 8, Chicago 2 boston 9, Milwaukee fc Baltimore 3, Detroit 2 Minnesota 6, Kansas City 4, ll innings Saturday's Games Oakland (Hcltzmnn 21-13) at Texas (Jenkins 14-16), 9 p.m. Minnesota tHands 7-10) at Kansas City (Busby 16 15) 2:30 p.m. California (Sinqer 2C 14) at Chicago (Bahnsen 18-21) 2:15 p m. boston (Lee 17-11) af Milwaukee (Wright 11-19) 2:30 P m. Detroit (Coleman 23-15) at Baltimore (McNally 17-17) 2 P.m. Cleveland (G. Perry 19-19) at New York (Stottlemyre 16-16), 35,000 2 P.m. Sunday's Games Oakland at Texas, 2:30 p m. Minnesota at Kansas City, 2:30 P.m. California at Chicago, 2:15 p.m. Boston at Milwaukee, 2:30 P m. Detroit at Baltimore, 2, 2 p m. Cleveland at New York, 2 p m. I I Friday's Games San Francisco 5, Houston I St. Louis 6, FittsburoF 5, 10 innings Los Angeless 8, San Diego 0 Saturday's Games Chicago (Reuschel 14-15) at Montreal (Rtnko 15-11 , 2H.OOO, 2:15 p.m. New York (Seaver 19-10) at Phila-dc "hia (Canion 13-20>    : OOO. 1:3s p.m. Pittsburgh (/Moose 12-13) at Si. Louis (Fester 13 9) 2 15 p m. Atlanta (Harrison 11-8) at Cincinnati (Gillett 18-8) 2:15 p.m. San Dieqo (Arlin ll 14) at Los Angeles (Messersmith 14-10) 4 15 p m Houston (Griffin 4-6) at San Francisco (Caldwell 5 14) 4 p.m. Sunday's Games Chic go at Montreal, 3:15 o m. New York at Philadelphia, 1:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at St.Louis, 2:15 p m. Atlanta at Cincinnati, 2:15 p.m. Sal Diego at Los Angeles, 4:15 P.m. Houston at San Francisco, 4 p.m. 35 2 9 2 Total **9 3 < 7 IOO 100 000- 2 OOO 200 OI*- 3 had reached first on an error by second baseman Gary Sutherland and took second on Rich Coggins’ sacrifice. Bobby Grich was walked in- 10, Baltimore 5. 2B—B.Robinson, j HR—w.Horton (I). SB—Kaline. S—Coq- 0,nS'    IP    H    R ER    BB SO M.LolIch (L,0-1)    8    $    3 I    I ? Palmer (W.1-0) a 1-3    7    2 2    4    4 G Jackson    8t Save—G.Jackson (I). PB—Freehan. T— 2:07. A—20,395. PECK’S OPEN HOUSE ENDS SUNDAY AT 5 P.M. 2T w I 2 £> I X — I o o ii -CD 5 ® SSS RSJL9H KNOW    THAT;Bob hi   hi, ZU    im,on homers at New York s Polo Grounds on Thursday, May 6, 1915. The Babe, on the mound for the Red Sox tho. dayagamy theYonkees, hit his bbst rn the thud inning off Jack Warhop. The Sultan of Swats last homer came on May 25 1935 at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh, off pitcher Guy Bush. The Babe hit three homers in that game- numbers 71 2, 71 3, and 71 4.    3    * ;

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