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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 8, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2c High Point Enterprise wednesday May 8, 1974 flyers win All except game Boston a the Philadelphia flyers figure they won everything except the game against the Boston Bruins in the opener of their showdown for the National hockey leagues coveted Stanley cup. Edwards pitches Bison win Central High s Robert Edwards gave up one run in the first inning to North Forsyth and then stopped the visitors cold for a 4-1 Central Victory tuesday. Edwards also helped his cause by striking out seven and walking one in getting his second win of the season. He a lost five. At the plate the Pitcher knocked in three runs. The Victory makes Central 2-9 in conference play and 2-11 Overall. The Bison play again on thursday. N too 0-14 4 Central.012 010 x-4 4 j Salmons and Grubbs Edwards and Freeman Andrews girls win tourney Greensboro Andrews took the 4-a girls softball tournament title tuesday while regular season Champ Central won the Consolation bracket of the tourney. The raiders Defeated Dudley 4-1 and Smith 12-11 for the title. Andrews had finished 5-5 for a second place tie in the regular season race. Central which was 10-0 for the season lost to Smith 5-1 in its first game then came Back with victories Over Page 19-1 and Dudley 14-1 to take the Consolation bracket. I soul standings by the associated press National league East w l pct. Go St. Louis 15 12 .556 a Montreal to to .500 in Phi Laph a 13 14 .481 2 Chicago to 13 .435 3 new York to 17 .370 5 Pittsburgh 8 15 .348 5 West los Angeles 18 9 .667 a Houston 18 la .621 i san fran 16 13 .552 3 Cincinnati 12 12 .500 4 san Diego 14 16 .467 5g Atlanta 13 15 464 5g tuesdays results Chicago 3, Atlanta 2 san Francisco 4-3, new York 3-0 san Diego 5, Philadelphia 3, 13 innings St. Louis i Cincinnati 0 los Angeles at Montreal ppd., rain Houston 2. Pittsburgh i wednesday s games Atlanta Harrison 2-4 at Chicago Keuschel la san Diego Jones 2-5� at Philadelphia Lonborg 2-2n St Louis it Curtis 1-3 at Cincinnati Gullet 2-2, n los Angeles Rau 2-1 or Sutton 4-2 at Montreal Rogers 4-1. N san Francisco do Aquisto 2-2 at new York Matlack 31n Pittsburgh Reuss 1-2 at Houston Osteen 4-2�, n american league East w l pct. Go new York 17 12. 586 a Baltimore 13 12 .52032 Cleveland 14 13 .519 2 Detroit 13 13 .500 2g Milwaukee to 12 .455 31 a Boston la 15 .423 4v� West Texas 15 12 556 California 15 13 536 g Chicago 13 12 .520 i Minnesota 12 12 500 in Oakland 12 15 .444 3 Kansas c. To 14 417 in tuesday s results new York 4, Texas 3, 12 innings Chicago i Detroit ,11 innings Minnesota 3�?T Milwaukee 0 Cleveland 5, California 3 Baltimore 9, Oakland 3 Only games scheduled wednesdays games. New York Stottlemyre 5-2 at Boston Lee 2-3n Chicago Bahnsen 4-2 at Detroit Lolich 1-5n Minnesota Blyleven 3-3 at Milwaukee Colborn 1-2. N Kansas City Fitzmorris 2-1 at Texas Jenkins 6-1n Cleveland g. Perry 4-1 at California Singer 4-2n Baltimore Palmer 2-2 at Oakland Blue 0-4n now All the flyers have to do is figure out a Way to change their Luck on Boston Garden ice preferably by thursday nights second game of the Best of seven championship series. Philadelphia spotted the Bruins a 2-0 first period Lead came Back to tie and appeared to be stronger in the third period of tuesday nights opener. Then just after the Public address announcer sounded a one minute to play in the period one minute a the flyers missed a Golden Opportunity to score. The puck Slid across an open Boston goal and defens Eman Bobby Orr sat on it. The whistle blew with 55 seconds left. The mighty Bruins then sped up ice and pulled out a 3-2 Victory on Bobby Orris slap shot of a rolling puck from about 35 feet out. Quot id like to say i aimed it. But i just turned around and shot a Orr said after just his second goal in la playoff games this Spring. It was t one of Orris patented goals. After Wayne Cashman dug the puck out of the Corner he sent a pass to Ken Hodge who spotted Orr. The Boston superstar merely took a swipe and the puck bounced through a Maze of players past Philadelphia goalie Bernie Parent. The goal spoiled a tremendous performance by the flyers who Hadnot won in Boston since their first appearance Here As an nil expansion team nov. 12, 1967. The flyers argued vainly that Cashman had held defens Eman Andre Dupont in the Corner. That Cost Dupont a 10-minute misconduct. Cashman said that Dupont s skate got caught in his sock and the Boston Forward showed a torn sock As proof. A i just saw the rubber As i was coming in a Hodge said. A it was just laying Loose and i picked it up. I turned to look for Phil Esposito and saw Bobby breaking into the Slot area and got it to a a we la still bring that Stanley cup to Philadelphia a Parent said. A i did t have a Clear View on their first two goals and Orris was no Andrews walks by Cummings Burlington Andrews picked up a gift of six walks in the fourth inning tuesday and coasted to an 11-4 Victory Over Cummings. The raiders managed two hits in the inning a single by Shane Wright and a double by Jack Powell. The walks around them contributed to seven runs. Andrews scored four others in the third. Both hits by Cummings were doubles off Brett Thomas. Andrews now 7-6 on the year plays at Home thursday at Reidsville. Andrews. 004 700 0-11 5 3 Cummings too 120 0�? 4 2 3 Thomas and Davis. Harrison Haynes 4 and Walker Wilbur Wood show no hit with tigers Boston s Wayne Cashman 12 fires in first goal past Jim Watson and goalie Bernie Parent a wire photo Ragsdale Streak at to shorty Rickman knocked in two runs and scored another tuesday As Ragsdale ran its string of undefeated games to to with a 4-3 win Over Gibsonville. Rickman had two hits in three trips for the tigers and he scored what proved to be the winning run in the third inning. Danny tally led off that Frame with a walk then stole second. Rickman s single brought tally in. And after shorty stole second Bob Green s single scored him. The tigers had earlier picked up two runs in the first inning. Bob Williams picked up the Victory for Ragsdale getting acc Powers win Randleman and Ledford the Central Carolina conferences top two baseball teams took advantage of weaker Sisters tuesday. The tigers tightened their grip on the first place spot with a 10-1 rout of East Davidson while Ledford kept its title Hopes alive and held on to second place with a 12-1 drubbing of Southern Guilford. Southwest Randolph was the other acc Winner Downing Central Davidson 5-0. Ron Wall held East to just three hits in getting his fourth win from the Mound for Randleman. Curtis Connor and Lowell Davis supplied the fire Power for the tigers. Connor drilled a seconding my Home run that scored two ahead of him. It was his second of the season. Davis went three for three and picked up three runs in the past to years both Tony Oliva and Rod Carew have won three american league batting titles with the Minnesota twins. Batted in for Randleman. The tigers Are now 13-3 Overall and 11-1 in Loop action. Randy Mccune also held Southern to just three hits in pitching the panthers Victory. Ledford did most of its damage in the fourth and fifth inning when the panthers scored six and five runs respectively. Gary Hutchins. Van hoots and Rodney Rickard All had two hits for Ledford while Dolan Cecil picked up three rib s for the panthers. Jeff Lamb led Southwest a batting Effort picking up two hits for the cougars who scored three runs in the second and two in the third. Southwest is now 8-5 in acc action and 10-5 Overall. East Davidson too Ooi 0�?1 3 2 Randleman 252 010 x a to 2 shores Moretz 2loflin 6 and Weiser Wall and Runyon w a Ron Wall l a Robert shores or a Connor c Davidson too too 0 a 0 5 0 so Randolph 032 too 5 6 0 3b a Lambeth Lamb up a Knoot a we a Miller. Led lord Ooi 650 0 a 12 12 2 s Guilford too 010 0 i 3 1 Bhutchins Rickard. Clinard we Mccune. Up a Robbins some help in the sixth inning from Jeff Sechrest. John Jones also had two hits for Ragsdale which is now 7-0 in mid state 3-a West action. Gibsonville scored its Only runs on a three run Homer in the third inning. The tigers travel to Northwest thursday. Gibsonville 003 too 0-3 7 i a Qudala 202 too x-4 i 0 Apple and Hinton Williams Sechrest and Willard w a Williams l a Apple or a Lewis North Hopes stay alive Spencer North Davidson kept its North Piedmont conference title Hopes alive tuesday with a 10-0 rout of North Rowan. The Victory raised the knights record to 11-5 in league play giving them a Chance to tie for the pc title if they win their remaining two games. Bobby Rogers pitched the shutout win for North picking up his sixth Mound Victory of the year in the process. He got plenty of support As Knight bats erupted for six runs in the first three innings then got four More in the final Frame. Dan Craver and Dennis Lyons had two hits each. Lyons with a double and a single led the team in a big a with two. Craver also had a double. North will again be on the Road Friday facing East Rowan by the associated press tuesdays episode of a the Wilbur Wood show a a was a mixture of drama and suspense with a Surprise Happy ending. It wont Challenge Many programs from top ratings on the Nielsen charts but Wood does t seem to mind. A videotape machine the Chicago White sox purchased before Spring training this season has helped Wood come Back from a weak Start. By reviewing tapes of his performances As a critic would a weekly show Wood conquered a flaw in his style and conquered the Detroit tigers 1-0 in la innings tuesday night. Ott s softball slates 4 games Archdale the final rounds of the Otto a invitational softball tournament Are under Way at Erindale Park today. Four games Are scheduled. Taylor Brothers no. I plays Kraft converters at 7 of clock. Archdale soda shop takes on Hughes Home improvement at 8. Turner Mobile Home plays Alma desk at 9. A amp a racing plays the loser of the 8 of clock game at to. Five games were scheduled last night but one of those did no to come off. In that one Hughes picked up a forfeit Victory Over deep River dying. In the other games Archdale beat Oak hollow 5-2, to Singer a 76 knocked off Kraft 9-4. Wryk beat a amp a 16-6 and Western sizzling stopped Dur clean 12-7. Wonders again Down bulldogs Kannapolis two Day stands just done to agree with Thomasville s baseball team. For the second time this season the bulldogs were beaten twice by one school on successive Days. Kannapolis was the scoundrel this time winning 8-5, and again the Little wonders relied on the Bat of Lacey Brumley. Brumley picked up three hits in As Many trips including a double and a triple to Lead Kannapolis. Thomasville is now 3-11 in South Piedmont Competition and 4-12 Overall. The bulldogs take on Salisbury at Home thursday. Thomasville Ooi 300 i 5 8 3 Kannapolis 111 014 x a 8 to i 2b a Brumley 38 a Brumley we a Kef nor up a Tysinger in other american league games the Minnesota twins blanked the Milwaukee Brewers 3-0 the new York Yankees trimmed the Texas rangers 4-3 in 12 innings the Cleveland indians beat the California Angels 5-3, and the Baltimore orioles bombed the Oakland a a 93. The Happy ending to this weeks a a show was provided by Catcher de Herrmann. Whose Lith inning Home run was the Only scoring in the contest. Wood the Knuckl Balling Lethander noticed his stride was too Long while looking at previous outings and credits the electronic Aid with a solution to the problem. He limited the tigers to two hits Westchester girls second Westchester Academy s girls Tennis team finished second in the finals of the Piedmont athletic conference of Independent schools tuesday. The wildcats had led the Competition after its first Day. But ended by trailing an older Greensboro Day school squad 15-12. Carlisle was third at nine while Forsyth and Kernersville had three each and Durham had two. Elizabeth Hutchens reached the finals for the wildcats before losing to the state s no. I ranked 16-year-old. Ann Dortch of Greensboro. Hutchens had Defeated teammates Sally Diffendal in the semis to Advance. Clip and save and had to strikeouts. Twins 4, Brewers 0 Joe Decker survived 39-degree cold rain that began in the fourth inning and eight Milwaukee hits to shut out the Brewers behind Tony Oliva s first Home run of the season. Yankees 4, rangers 3 new York s Elliott Maddox. A former Texas Ranger tasted Sweet revenge in the clubhouse after his thinning double drove in Thurman Munson with the run that Defeated Texas. A when i was up there. I did t even think about my former teammates. I just wanted to hit it and win the game a said Maddox. From radios to radios i i. 889-7867 to report All drug pushers Call Day or night. Report any facts to help identify a Pusher. 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