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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 8, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 6 High Point Enterprise sunday. August 8, 1976 Cooper paces red sox Boston a designated hitter Cecil Cooper slammed a two run Homer and Denny Doyle tripled in a run As the Boston red sox. Behind the combined five hit pitching of Luis Tiant and Jim Willoughby blanked the Milwaukee Brewers 3-0 saturday. The Victory was the red sox eighth in their last nine games. Jim Rice doubled in the seventh and Cooper followed with his 10th Homer of the season it came off de Rodriguez 4-8 Boston got off to a 1-0 Lead in the third when Doyle tripled off the Wall in right Center Field scoring Rick Burleson who had reached base on an error. Tiant 11-10, left after five innings and Willoughby went the rest of the Way picking up his sixth save of the Searon. Burleson who stole two bases got two of Boston s six hits. Sixto Lezcano had two hits for the Brewers. Milwaukee Boston a r h by a r h by Joshua 4 0 0 0 Burleson 4 12 0 counts a 4 0 10 doyle2b 4 0 11 Gscott la 4 0 10 Lynne 4 0 0 0 a Rontti 3 0 10 Ystrom skill 3 0 0 0 Porter c 4 0 0 0 Rice of 4 110 Lezcan Ort 3 0 2 0 cooped a 3 112 Thoma of 3 0 0 0 i Millerrd 3 0 0 0 t johnson3b 4 0 0 0 Hob on3b 3 0 0 0 heidemn3b 2 0 0 0 int mryc 3 0 10 Carboch 1 0 0 0 Tia nip 0 0 0 0 suinerind2b 0 0 0 0 Wilg Hyp 0 0 0 0 a Rodrigez p 0 0 0 0 Castro p 0 0 0 0 orioles turn Back Yankee attack 7-4 Jones wants to help baseball Hall of Fame to induct six players new York a Bobby Grich and Doug Decinces each knocked in two runs in support of former Yankee Pitcher Rudy May As the Baltimore orioles beat new York 7-4 saturday. May traded to Baltimore in june was facing his former teammates for the first time. He had a shutout for 82-3 innings before Chris Chambliss slugged a grand slam Home run after the blow. Tippy Martinez another sex Yankee relieved and nailed Down the final out of the game. Doyle Alexander the Yankee starter Laboured through the first inning delivering 28 pitches and surrendering three runs. Al Bumbry walked to open the game and Grich slammed his 10th Homer of the year. Reggie Jackson then walked stole second went to third on a wild pitch and scored on Ken singletons sacrifice Fly. Mark Belanger singled and Bumbry doubled in one run in the fourth to Chase Alexander 6-8. The orioles scored what proved to be the decisive runs in the fifth when Lee May singled Singleton walked and Decinces bounced a two run double into the left Field stands off reliever Ron Guidry the second Yankee Pitcher. Dave Duncan a double scored Decinces with the final Baltimore run. May allowed Only three Yankee hits through the first eight innings before weakening in the ninth. 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Guard Woody Peoples became the latest injury victim in the 49ers Interior line undergo ing knee surgery at midweek a i be never seen one area of a team hit so hard by said Clark whose makeshift offensive line protected quarterback Plunkett adequately last sunday in a 27 20 Victory Over the expansion Seattle sea Hawks. Plunkett in his first game As a 49er. Completed nine of 12 passes for 122 Yards to help make Clark a Winner in his first game As head coach the Broncos have two National football league exhibition games behind them a Victory Over Detroit and last weekend s 15-14 loss to Chicago Denver receivers Jack Dolbin and Riley odoms dropped passes in the end zone against the bears coach John Ralston does t believe that could happen in the regular season beginning sept 12, noting Quot those two have the Best hands in Ralston who had the luxury of Plunkett As his quarterback at Stanford six years ago. Must select a new no i passer to succeed the retired Charley Johnson Veteran Steve Ramsey and Rookie Craig Penrose from san Diego state Are scheduled to play sunday running Back Otis Armstrong is Back in Denver starting lineup after missing most of last season because of injuries but Ralston is looking at several Rookie runners too san Francisco a ground game accounted for 253 Yards at Seattle with Del Williams and Kermit Johnson combining for 136 Champion stud succumbs Ocala Fla apr pager the 1968 horse of the year has died after suffering a twisted intestine. The 12-year-old Florida bred horse Winner of $1,002,-642 in his three year career died at the tartan farm thursday night. Or Fager won four of five races As a 2-year-old and earned $112,338 the following year he won seven of nine starts and earned $484,194 Detroit a Mark a the Bird Quot Fidrych fired a six hitter to end a Brief slump and five different tigers drove in runs As Detroit beat the Cleveland indians 6-1 saturday. Rookie sensation Fidrych 12-4, had not won in his previous three starts but he had a perfect game going for four innings before being touched for a Lone run in the fifth. It was the 17th Start of the season for Fidrych who entered the game with a league leading 1.97 earned run average he began his starting career against the indians on May 15 when he tossed a two hit 2-1 Victory. He now has 14 Complete games. Detroit scored its first run in the opening inning off loser Pat Dobson 11-11. On a sacrifice Fly by Rusty staub. The indians tied it in the fifth when Rico Carty opened with a walk. Buddy Bell got Cleveland s first hit with a single off Fidrych s leg and Alan Ashby singled. Cleveland Detroit an r to in a r Tibi Kuiper a 4 0 10 la floret 4 2 2 1 Tami that 4 0 0 0 Mayer i 4 2 11 lowest my 4 0 0 0 Ogle Dierf 4 0 3 2 cart Yah 3 10 0 stub do 2 Ooi Powell la 4 0 10 Mthm sold 4 0 2 1 bbeil3b 4 0 2 0 arodrgez3b 4 0 0 0 Spike set 4 0 0 0 vary mrss 4 0 0 0 Ashby 3 0 11 scnvner2b 3 110 Dut Lyss 2 0 0 0 Kimme 3 12 0 Mann mph 10 10 Fidrych 0 0 0 0 Blanks is 0 0 0 0 Robson p 0 0 0 0 Larocha p 0 0 0 0 Sthomas p 0 0 0 0 cardinals top Philadelphia 33 i i total Cla Vaiama Detroit Evary tar lob 8 2b Kimm so of staub in p Dobson Umi 41-3 Larocha i 2-3 s Thomas 2 Fidrych a 12-4 9 total 32 6 la 6 too 010 too i too 032 of 6 Cleveland 6 Detroit Mayer so Klumm h r Erbb so 8 4 4 10 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 6 1113 hip by a 35.39$ la Roc be staub t�?2 to St. Louis a Joe Ferguson smacked two triples and Mike Anderson had two sacrifice flies leading the St Louis cardinals to a 4-1 Triumph Over the Philadelphia Phillies behind the combined five hit pitching of Pete Falcone and Al Hrabosky saturday. Ferguson who began the game with a .229 batting average was the bulk of the cards seven hit attack with his key blows off left hander Jim Kaat 10-7 Falcone meanwhile settled Down after struggling with his control in the Early innings and boosted his record to 8-11 by holding Philadelphia witless except in the fourth and eighth innings before giving Way to Hrabosky to Start the ninth. A to shirt Day crowd of 32,-105 and a National television audience watched St. Louis move on top 1-0 in the second inning when Ferguson drilled his first triple and scored on Andersons sacrifice Fly. Bee Bee Richard singled and came around to score on Don Kessinger s hit in the third. Philadelphia narrowed the Lead to 2-1 on Tim Mccarver s rib single before Ferguson tripled to score one run then came Home on Andersons second sacrifice Fly in the fourth. Prior to the fourth Philadelphia s Only baserunners were Greg Luzinski and Mccarver via second inning walks. Falcone surrendered a single to Larry Bowa following Mccarver s run scoring hit but retired Kaat on a grounder with the bases full to end the uprising he then retired to straight batters before Garry Maddox and Mike Schmidt stroked successive singles with one out in the eighth. An error by Richard at second base enabled Philadelphia to Load the bases with two out but Falcone worked out of the Jam by retiring Bob Boone. Falcone s Victory was his second in a Row following six losses in his previous seven starts. Kessinger had two singles and a double for St. Louis. Philadelphia St Louis a r h by a r to by dcash2b 4 0 0 0 mumps Iryck 4 0 0 0 Maddox cd 4 0 t 0 Kessing Erss 4 0 3 1 schmtdf3o 3 110 Khan Dzib 4 0 0 0 Luzin skill 3 0 10 Simmons 3 110 Brownr 4 0 0 0 Ferguson of 3 2 2 1 boo Nelb 4 0 0 0 Mandr self 10 0 2 Mcc Arvic 2 0 11 heccruz3b 3 0 0 0 Bow ass 4 0 10 lr>chard2b 3 110 Kaapp 2 0 0 0 Falconer 2 0 0 0 stay morph i 0 0 0 Hrabosky 0 0 0 0 Schueler p 0 0 0 0 Martin pm 10 0 0 total 32 t 5 i total 27 4 7 4 Philadelphia too too oooo i St. Louis Oil 200 of 4 eel Richard Dpi St Louis 1. Lob Philadelphia 8, St Louis 3 2b�?kessi Naer 3b�?Ferguson 2. So Falcone of a m Anderson 2 in h r Erbb so Kaat ,10-7 Schueler Falcone w,8 la Hrabosky save Hrabosky 32.105 02. T�?1 48 i 2 0 2 4 3 0 i a Lyga event in Wheeling Wheeling w a apr an expected 81 golfers will play for $50,000 in prize Money when the three Day Wheeling Lyga classic unfolds Friday at Oglebay Park s lengthy and challenging Speidel course. The 50 grand is still a far cry from the $200,000 or More the men pros play for each week but Usa modest boost from the $35,000 the female pros played for in 1974 in the inaugural Wheeling classic Quot we re looking Tor our Best tournament says Wheeling chamber of Commerce director Phil Day the general chairman for the 54-Hole tournament. Quot we sold out our prom spots earlier than we Ever have we have the biggest Field Ever Quot we think its going to be a big the touring pros tackle the Speidel monster for the first time wednesday during the pro am. Then have a practice Day thursday before the Start of play. Heading the Field of entrants is the 1975 Champion Susie Mcallister who scored her Only tour Victory to Date in Wheeling also entered Are u s open Champ Joanne earner and open runner up Sandra Palmer miss Palmer won the 1975 open but lost this years tournament in a playoff another former u s open Winner entered is Donna Caponi Young the 10th leading Money Winner on this year s tour Zanatta leads italian win Wimbledon England apr Adriano Zanatta Defeated Britain s Roger Taylor 3-6, 6-2, 6-4, 6-4 to give Italy an unbeatable 3-1 margin in the european zone final of the Davis cup Tennis tournament saturday. Zanatta took just two hours 14 minutes to defeat Taylor to the Delight of a partisan crowd of italians whose cheering seemed More appropriate on a football Field than the no. I court at Wimbledon. The referee repeatedly appealed in vain for quiet the italians won the first two singles matches thursday and Britain rallied Friday to win the doubles in the Best of five Competition. Taylor made a Good Start to take the first set but from then on it was All Zanatta Italy a no. I player Zanatta s win made the final singles match Between John Lloyd and Antonio Pugarelli academic. Whatever the result. Italy will play Australia next month in the inter zone semifinals today is a open House sunday get a move on it s open House sunday around town today your local realtors have joined together to offer you a wide variety of available Homes to visit. We want to see you a a get a move on before it s time for your kids to return to school. We re sure you la find the right Home for your family from the selection of Fine Homes open for your viewing turn to the Back Page of the classified Section and see our Page of open houses. Open Fous e or a i Fry Indianapolis Wil Jones the newest Indiana pacer says he in t looking for a starting berth a in a just looking to make a contribution to the team a Quot i feel pretty Good about going to Indiana Quot he said in a Telephone interview Friday with the Indianapolis news from his Louisville Home the former Kentucky colonel said he was Quot sort of surprised but very Happy Quot being picked by the pacers in thursdays National basketball association dispersal draft. The 6-foot-8 Forward i rom Mcghee ark., and Albany state College in Georgia has been working out during the summer and playing Tennis. His weight currently is 210 pounds. Jones contract has a year to run and he says he will try to renegotiate it. He expects to come to Indianapolis within the next month to talk with Bobby Leonard coach and general manager of the three time american basketball association Champion pacers. Quot i think the pacers will do very Well in the Aba a Jones said. A a they be done very Well through the Jones admitted he regrets the demise of the Aba and he said. Quot i feel the merger will be helpful in a Way and harmful in a Way the players will not bet the Money they were getting. A lot of Good players will be out of Quot in a always concerned Quot he said of his own situation Quot you never know what could happen i thought it was a great Deal being priced at $50,000 in the draft. I was Happy it was that Low. I expected to go Jones said the Aba players entering the Aba for the first time Don t Quot necessarily have anything to meanwhile Leonard acknowledged Quot there Are Trade possibilities out Quot we re looking for a backcourt player and help in the Middle. I d like to have everything done by the end of the month if we re talking about Leonard said he already has talked Trade with several clubs a a will a got some experience a Leonard said of the seven year Aba Veteran Quot he s a Good percentage shooter a better than average defensive player and better than average rebounded basically Wil and Forward Darnell Hillman Are the same Type Quot if we do have to make a Trade he will give us some first game students at the International Myca training school in Springfield mass. Played the first official basketball game on Jan. 21. 1892 Cooperstown by apr Robin Roberts and Bob Lemon standout right handed pitchers during the 1950s, and four others will be formally inducted into baseball shall of Fame monday in this Scenic Village in Central new York state. Both Roberts and Lemon were voted into the Hall by the baseball writers association of America. The veterans committee selected Fred Lindstrom a third baseman for John Mcgraw s new York giants in the 1920s the late Roger Connor a pre-1900 Home run King and Cal Hubbard former american league Umpire the special committee on negro leagues named the late Oscar Charleston. Some 10,000 visitors Are expected to be on hand for the ceremonies presided Over by commissioner Bowie Kuhn at Cooper Park adjacent to the Hall of Fame and museum. The ceremonies bringing the Honor list to 157, will be followed by an exhibition game Between the new York mets and Milwaukee Brewers at Doubleday Field where baseball tradition claims the game was founded More than a Century ago by Abner Doubleday. Roberts a right hander who had a Lively fastball and Good control spent Only a half season in the minor leagues in 1948 before joining the Philadelphia Phillies he helped the 1950 Whiz kids to injured Lauda is improving Mannheim West Germany apr world Champion formula one Driver Niki Lauda of Austria much improved from critical internal injuries suffered in a crash in the German grand prix will be transferred to the Ludwigshafen Accident clinic monday Mannheim Hospital officials said saturday. The nearby clinic specializes in treating Burns Lauda 27, suffered first second and third degree facial Burns in the three car flaming crash last sunday. Doctors delayed plastic surgery until Lauda s condition improved. He was put in the Intel Siv care unit in the Mannheim Hospital last week after doctors determined that his lungs and bronchial passages were severely scalded by steam and gases from his burning Ferrari. Boat race postponed Cedar Point Ohio apr the grand National offshore Powerboat race scheduled saturday was postponed because of High winds and rough seas on Lake Erie off Cedar Point race chairman Dean Palmer said the 187-mile race was rescheduled for sunday. Pm Wolverine boots a step ahead of the rest Check the features that give you the durability and Comfort you need for the toughest kind of Job. Six Inch Boot hard wearing and Good looks go together in this 6&Quot High hot a t in Coppertone leather. Highly resistant to water and acid. Cushion insole for extra Comfort. Steel Shank and thick crepe sole Only 21&Quot sizes 6-13 widths a eee Wolverine boots i i is i ill mor of iu-iti1 it Vali i s i to i. Kivett formerly hoi. Washington Tei. 888-9971 a Mai of continuous Sei Vicc to this Community the National league Pennant by posting a 20-11 record the first of his six straight 20-Victory seasons. His Best year was in 1952 when he had a 28-6 record for the fourth place Phillies. He later pitched for Baltimore. Houston and the Chicago cubs winding up his career in 1966 with a 19-season Mark of 286-245. Lemon who began his career As third baseman and outfielder won 20 or More games seven times for the Cleveland indians. His Mark Over 13 seasons was 207-128. Helping the indians to two american league titles in 1948 and 1954 he was a manager of the Kansas City royals and now is the new York Yankees pitching coach. Lindstrom was the youngest player Ever to appear in a world series a 1924 when he was 18. He had to hits in that series four off Walter Johnson an original Hall of earner. In 1930 he hit 379 with 22 homers and 106 runs batted in. He later played for Pittsburgh the Chicago cubs and Brooklyn. Now 70, he lives in port Richey Fla. Hubbard 75 earns the distinction of being the Only Man to be elected to both the baseball and pro football Halls of Fame. He was a tackle in the National football league Umpire in the Al from 1936 to 1953 and later was the league s supervisor of umpires. Connor a first baseman played in the majors with Troy new York Philadelphia and St. Louis All in the National league. He had a lifetime Mark of 325 and held the career record of 131 homers until babe Ruth broke it in 1921 he died in 1931 at age 73 Charleston regarded As one the Best outfielders in the negro leagues played from age 19 until Well into his 40s he was 58 when he died in 1954 a year let the pro s Peak up your car hot summer driving and air conditioning Rob your car of it Peak performance and of important a mileage. Take it to the pro now for a summertime perk engine tune up 6 Cyl. Autos $1 other parts extra if needed 8 Cyl. Cars s4 More Iii a s. E n Mills e v a .111 a 1 i a a a if a Nim is to a a e i in i a it it t . Ullin. e it Sim on. A he Ira it Nii \ v in. I pm a Ltd to lube Oil amp filter up t 5 it of mal1 r in 1 to w a to 40 it so. 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