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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 14, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Nown Ernnt. A wow Perry s wet ones Arent his fault Semu. S1amhn6s by the associated press National Loa gut East High twi lit Wun ouf june a a a pm by the associated press the pitching perrys did their thing tuesday night and for what May have been the first time Ever in their careers Jim wound up Wetter than Gaylord. Batters have always accused Gaylord of loading up the baseball with something moist but they blame Jim if he was serving wet ones against Detroit. That a what happens made it into the seventh before the skies opened again. By that time Perry and the twins were leading 3-1 and rooting for the moisture to keep coming. Rod Carew drove in two of Minnesota a runs with a pair of singles and Tony Oliva picked up his first rib with another hit. Gaylord mowed Down the first 12 California batters and when you re working in the took a 2-0 Lead into the seventh rain. Inning. But Mickey Rivers Dou Tomado warnings kept min bled and Vada Pinson singled Nesotas fans on their toes tues before Bob Oliver chased both Day night and the twins Man runners Home with a double aged to get six innings of their that sent the game into overcame in against Detroit with time and the Angels won it in Jim Perry winning 3-1. The Lith when Perry hit Rivers it was drier in California with a pitch to open the inning where brother Gaylord Perry an infield out advanced the tried for his Lith Victory of the runner and then Oliver was season for Cleveland but lost to walked intentionally. Ken the Angels 3-2 in la innings. Mcmullen bounced to Short and elsewhere in the american the indians went for the inning league Chicago blanked new ending double play. But Jack York 2-0, Texas shut out Mil Brohamer a relay to first was Waukee 4-0, Kansas City topped wild and Rivers scored. Boston 4-2 and Baltimore de Pete Broberg who spent the heated Oakland 5-1. Weekend picking up his Bach the twins and tigers spent 3 Elors degree in economics hours 26 minutes on the Field from Dartmouth University in Minnesota and Only 1 48 of allowed a frugal three hits that time was taken up with against Milwaukee and pitched playing baseball. There was a Texas past the Brewers. 40 minute rain delay in the Broberg 5-4, struck out six fourth inning and then when and drove in two runs with a the game resumed the teams fourth inning double. Dalton Jones two run single in the first had Given the rangers the Quick Lead. Knuck Leball Wilbur Wood won his 10th game besting new Yorkus Mel Stottlemyre in a pitching Duel decided by Carlos May a two run Homer for the White sox in the eighth inning. May a sixth Homer followed a walk to Dick Allen and was All the help Wood needed. A it was a Good night for me a said Wood. A the air was heavy and it was muggy and that makes the Knuck Leball break Kansas City rallied for four runs in the ninth inning to overtake the red sox. Freddie Patens two run double tied the game and then Amos Otis delivered a two run single giving the royals the Victory. It was the ninth straight Victory in Boston for pc dating Back to August 1970. Tile royals have beaten the red sox in 19 of their last 22 meetings. Mike Cuellar tamed Oakland on seven hits and pitched the orioles past the a a. The Veteran left hander helped his own cause with a two run Homer in the second inning after twice failing to Advance the runner with attempted sacrifices. Sal Bando homered for Oakland. W l. Pct. Go Pittsburgh 32 17 .653 a new York 33 19 .635 i Chicago 27 22 .551 5 St. Louis 23 30 .434 la Montreal 21 29 .420 Levi Philadelphia 20 82 .385 13 i West Cincinnati 33 19 .635 a los Angeles 32 22 .593 2 Houston 30 23 .566 3 i Atlanta 25 26 .490 7 i san Diego 18 34 .346 15 san Francisco 18 39 .316 17 i when Ball pops Hank gets to Trot tuesday s results san Diego 4, Chicago 3 Cincinnati 8-4, Philadelphia 4-i 2 Montreal 5, Houston i Atlanta 6, new York 5, to innings los Angeles 2, St. Louis i san Francisco at Pittsburgh i rain wednesday s games san Diego Arlin 5-6 at Chi Imago Jenkins 7-5 san Francisco Stone 3-6 at Pittsburgh Ellis 5-2n new York Matlack 6-2 at Atlanta Kelley 4-5n Philadelphia Fryman 2-6 at Cincinnati Simpson 3-1 or Dillingham 3-6n Montreal Stoneman 5-5 at Houston Forsch 3-2n los Angeles Sutton 8-1 at St. Louis Gibson 4-5n thursday s games san Diego at Chicago san Francisco at Pittsburgh 2, twi night Only games scheduled american league East w l. Pct. Obi 27 22 27 22 by the associated press a when i heard that thing pop i knew it was time to go Home a said Atlanta braves Pitcher Pat Jarvis. The a a things was Hank Aarons Bat and the a a pop was his 650th career Home run a whack that helped Atlanta beat the clownish new York Mots 6-5 in to innings tuesday night. Actually it should have never gotten that far in the first place. For the second straight night new York Center fielder Tommie Agee committed a crucial error that permitted a late Atlanta comeback. Aarons drive moving him closer to babe Ruth a record 714, was belted deep into left Center Field. But he would have never had the Chance had not Agee dropped his line drive in the eighth inning. The braves eventually scored three runs off Tom Seaver to tie the game at 5-5 and set the stage for Aarons dramatic Wallop in the 10th, his Lith Homer of the season. A Tommie is a helluva ballplayer a said Aaron going to the defense of the Metsy outfielder. A about All you can do is talk to yourself when things like that the loss dropped the mets one half game behind the Pittsburgh pirates in the National emotions spiral Over richest race Ridden races league East. The pirates game with san Francisco was postponed by rain tuesday night. Elsewhere in the National league the Cincinnati reds Defeated the Philadelphia Phillies in a doubleheader 8-4 and 4-2, the los Angeles dodgers trimmed the St. Louis cardinals 2-1 the Montreal expos Defeated the Houston astros 5-1 and the san Diego padres turned Back the Chicago cubs 4-3. Cincinnati continued to Streak with its double Triumph Over hapless Philadelphia recording its 13th Victory in the last 14 games. Denis Menke drove in three runs with a single and triple As the reds won the opener. Tight pitching by Ross Grimsley and Pedro Borbon in the Nightcap helped Complete the sweep. The Day s Success kept the reds two games in front of los Angeles in the National league West. Explains shoe Manny Mota stole Home in feeling. He has the sixth inning and then 95 winners of $100,000 helped los Angeles build a Vij. J but he winning rider Tai run with a sacrifice in the in history and rarely shows amp sturday Cou a receive a re eighth As the dodgers beat the emotion says the richest match War j equal to three or four cardinals. Race in american turf history Hundred randers. The 34.yeamd Mola broke has him a a Little \ a we Haven to discussed it up a scoreless pitching Duel be much a the shoe says a but i tween Tommy John and the imagine it will be to per cent of cardinals Scipio Spinks with $150,000. The Man is putting up his daring steal of Home. Los $100,000 so it would be Only fair Angeles scored the winning run to consider the remainder of in the eighth on Maury wills the purse for single by Bill Buckner. Neither jockey wants to Swap single by Bill Buckner. At Hollywood Park. Another mounts for this race. Both a Montreal a Mike Torrez $50,000 was added by Hollywood or oath hit diplomacy. Pitched a three hitter and Mike turf huh making it a $�?~>50 too �?otw1 the Good fillies a a Jorgensen ripped a two run turf club making it a $250, flys Shoemaker convenience Homer to give the expos their Omner take All race. Might have a bit More natural Triumph Over Houston. The 40-year-old Shoemaker Speed but typecast is a Good a they hit some Good balls who has won purses amounting filly. She has Good staying Abib but we made some great plays to More than $47 million in his ttys to get them out a said Torrez. Of. Ruling mints to be who predicts a a Leron Lee smashed a two run 23 years of Riding pilots t be real a a hag win h Mer in cast. Jerry Lambert 31, will de ,000 races in his career the doubled Home another run in aboard convenience. Latest aboard convenience by a the third in leading san Diego each of the gals must carry half length Over typecast in the past Chicago. San Diego starter 120 pounds. 11 l8-Rnile vanity Handicap Clay Kirby left in the eighth in if forint june nin8 after scattering seven hits a wino that does t Adderi to it precast won the Milady on and allowing Only the second something that does ppe my la at Hollywood earned Runin his last 30 and 1-3 Park with convenience six innings. Kill in is ii or on Niin lengths Back in third place. In a i was t tired but i Milwaukee Vii up their Only other meeting the breathe in that Chicago humid nil Santa Margarita invitational at Ity a said Kirby. A from the purchases bulls Santa Anita in March con second inning on i Felt that it i vengence and typecast ran two was just a matter of time be three to turkish trousers. Fore i would give Baltimore Detroit Cleveland Boston new York Milwaukee i Oakland Chicago Minnesota California Kansas City Texas .551 551_ 22 24 .478 3�2 20 25 .444 5 20 29 .408 7 16 31 .340 to West 33 16 .673 31 18 .633 2 27 20 .574 5 24 27 .471 to 22 27 .449 la 22 30 .423 12 i tuesday s results Chicago 2, new York 0 Kansas City 4, Boston 2 Texas 4, Milwaukee 0 Minnesota 3, Detroit i 6 in-1 rings rain Baltimore 5. Oakland i California 3, Cleveland 2. La innings wednesday s games Kansas City Rooker 3-2 at Boston Curtis 2-1n Chicago Bradley 7-2 at new York Kekich 4-5n Detroit Lolich 9-41 at Minnesota Woodson 4-4n Milwaukee Brett 2-7 at Texas hand 2-4n Baltimore Mcnally 6-5 at Oakland Odom 3-1n Cleveland Wilcox 6-4 at California Clark 4-5n Inglewood. Calif. Apall the time a Bill Shoemaker who has Ridden maker of his More winners than any jockey and rarely shows owners Fletcher Jones of typecast and Leonard Lavin of convenience want to find out which is the better horse so they be put up $100,000 each for All-8 mile showdown saturday starts tar Heel a Jim theatre pm. -431-4515 filmed in Charlotte your Happy shopping store downtown and Westchester Mau say Happy father s Day with a gift he will remember. Mem y n p $1 mtg m o a it a atm it it a i of a wort neat treat. Your tailored knit by Arrow got its name because it spoils you. By the Way its made Cut and sewn to Arrow perfection. By the Way it feels smooth Cool comfortable. Because of the timely styling fully banded non Flop Lon Point Collar in Center Pleat. In Chicago a the owners of the Chicago bulls have announced the Sale of the National basketball association club to a group of investors headed by Milwaukee real estate Developer Marvin Fishman. 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