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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 29, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 4b High Point Enterprise Friday sept. 29, 1972yanks avoid elimination keep race tight in Al East by the Assoc i med press the Happy Oakland a a and desperate new York Yankees were at opposite ends of an emotional see saw today As baseball a 1972 season headed into its final regular week of play. The a swearing the american leagues West division Crown were Happy that they Hadnot backed into the title and the Yankees still nursing an outside shot at the alas East title were grateful that they Hadnot backed out of their i soul standings by the associated press american league East w. L. Pct. . Boston 82 67 .550 Detroit 81 69 .540 a new York 79 71 .527 3/2 Baltimore 78 71 .523 4 Cleveland 69 83 .454 144 Milwaukee 62 West 88 .413 20vr Oakland 90 60 .600 a Chicago 83 65 .561 6 Minnesota 75 73 507 14 Kansas City 74 75 .497 154 California 72 78 .480 18 Texas 52 97 .349 374 Chance for the other division championship. Oakland wiped out a seven run deficit and clinched the West with a pulsating 8-7 Victory Over Minnesota while the Yankees peering at the Fate of instant elimination fought Back for a 3-2 Victory Over Detroit. The tigers loss combined with Boston s 3-1 Victory Over Kansas City moved the red sox i4 games ahead of Detroit in the Al East scramble. Each team has six to play including season ending three game series against each other. The Yankees almost doomed by that last week schedule Are third 34 games behind with five to play and Idle Baltimore slipped to fourth place four be find with five to play. In the Only National league game played thursday Philadelphia topped Pittsburgh 2-1 As Steve Carlton became the first 44 innings against the Homer gave the yanks the vie have left. Drago permitted the sox Only Burgh for Philadelphia. It was plateau a a twins but battled its Way Back tory and kept them mathematic the Yankees a did it with Solo five hits but two of them were the 26th Victory of the season ment. I feel finally tying the score on Angel Cally alive. Homers by Munson . Harp pop Smith when or the Phillies Ace left hander Mangual a two run single in the had Detroit beaten the the eighth inning Relief gave him 302 strikeouts res t inv a Nonoi in the ninth scored twice and another a Grea accomplish very Good about eighth inning. In the ninth Lead off Batter Sal Bando was hit by a pitch and then circled the bases on dal Maxville double for the winning run. In be had hits before a said maxvill batting .222 since coming to the a a from the St. Louis cardinals last month a but this was one of the most important hits in be Ever had. I guess you could say the most Mike Epstein a 26th Homer of the season started the a a comeback and he was one of the happiest players in the dressing room. A what a Way to win it a said Epstein. A a we came from behind. We did no to Back in a although no one could accuse eighth Pitcher in major league the a a of backing in new history to strike out 300 batters York very nearly backed right in a season. Out of their race in the East. Oakland fell behind 7-0 in the1 but Roy Whites 12th inning had Detroit beaten Yankees new York s chances Lindy Mcdaniel in the ninth would have ended simply be and finally White in the 12th. A cause it would have Given the club 72 losses and either Boston or Detroit would mathematically be assured of finishing with a better record. Which one did would depend on next weeks three game series. The loss left Lolich with a 21 14 record�?4-8 since the All Star game. A the last half in be lost a lot of said Lolich a but this one is probably the it was made even tougher be clutch two out single by Doug Griffin that chased Home the first sox run in the second inning. In the Only National league game Carlton spun a six hitter and struck out la to beat Pitts and was the Only him other 302 National leaguer to reach the 300 plateau was Hall of Fainer Sandy Kou fax. A i had one of the Best fastballs in be had All year and the Best curve Ball a he called the one of the hits off Carlton was the 2,999th of Roberto clementes career. Clemente keeping his word that he would try for no. 3,000 in Pittsburgh left the game for Pinch hitter Bob Robertson in the sixth inlaid Carlton ining and Robertson became 300-strikeoutjcarlton�?Ts 300th strikeout victim. But new York Hung on and cause of Bostons Victory Over eventually beat Mickey Lolich dealing the tigers chances a Tough blow. In order to catch Boston Detroit will have to win two More games than the red sox of the six that both teams Kansas City. A one less game to go a said red sox manager Eddie Kasko after John Curtis had out fuelled Dick Drago. A a it Sast simple As West tops East in Aerial show thursday s results Boston 3, Kansas City i Oakland 8, Minnesota 7 new York 3, Detroit 2 12 innings Only games scheduled Friday s games Boston Tiant 14-5 at Baltimore Palmer 21-9n Oakland Blue 6-9 at Kansas City Splittorff 11-12n Chicago Bradley 14-14 at Texas hand 10-13n Milwaukee Lonborg 13-11 at Detroit Fryman 8-3n Minnesota Perry 13-16 at California May 11-11n Only games scheduled saturday s games Cleveland at new York Boston at Baltimore n Oakland at Kansas City n Chicago at Texas n Milwaukee at Detroit Minnesota at California n a s 8, twins i Minnesota Oakland a r h blab r h by Tovar of a i 2 0 maidu of j 0 2 i Thorn pin is 5 i 2 0 Camporis to 4 2 0 1 Killebrew la 2 2 0 0 Bando 3b 3 12 1 reas 1b 0 0 0 0 Rudi of 4 0 0 c Holt of 5 2 3 1 Hamilton p 0 0 0 0 Renick 1b 2 0 0 1 maxvill 2b 10 11 Braun 2b 4 12 3 Jackson of 4 0 i 0 Brye of 3 0 11 Epstein la 3 2 2 1 j Nettles of 10 0 0 Tanana c Mitterwald c 5 0 0 0 Lewis or r Wood in p 4 0 11 Haney c Granger p 0 0 0 0 Dgreen 2b Laroche p 0 0 0 0 Marquz of Kubiak 2b Yankees 3, tigers 2 Hagan pm Cullen 2b Duncan pm Iii it or fingers g Geom p lock a p Mincer pm a Slarski p Mangual of 2 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 too 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 12 2 new York a r h by Clarke 2b White of Murcer of Fanlou of Munson c be his la Torres of Sanchez 3b Michael is Stotlemyre p Soho a pm Mcdaniel p spikes pm Lyle p Detroit a r h by 6 0 10 Cauliffe 2b 5 0 0 0 4 111 to Taylor 2b 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 Kalina of 4 2 2 0 6 0 10 Sims c 5 0 3 0 5 111 Cash la 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 f Howard pm 10 0 0 10 10 i brawn of 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 Whorton of 2 0 11 5 0 2 0 grown pm 10 0 0 1 0 0 0 Mstanley of 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Northrup of 6 0 3 0 lilt a Rodrigez 3b 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Elm Ken is 4 0 i 0 0 0 0 0 Lolich p 2 0 0 0 Jefe pm 10 0 0 total new York Detroit 44 3 to 3 total Mem 0 i i i i 0 too Ooi 41 2 to i Iii a 0 0 Totel 36 i 7 total 33 i to 7 none out when winning run scored. Minnesota i 0 0 0 i a 0 a 0-7 Oakland too 111 3211 Stottlemyre Ren Lek Braun or my Nesotas 2 Daniel Oakland i lob Minnesota to i. 28 Braun Tovar m. Alou. Mangual maxvill. Hrs Epstein 16serenick i Northrup Torres. Dpi new York 3, Detroit i. Lob new York to. Detroit 16. 2b Northrop 2 hrs Munson 71, Mcdaniel la. White it. A Sanche. . Sfa a Horton. In h r Erbb so 6 5 116 24 4 1 0 2 3 Oakland i in 2 10 0 3 Lolich l 21-14 12 to 3 3 3 5 hip by Lolich stot Lamyra. We Stoffl Emyr 2, Lyle. T�?3 31. A�?21,115. Phillies 2, pirates i hip by a�?0,155. Laroch Bando. National league East w. L. Pct. . Pittsburgh 94 56 .627 Chicago 83 66 .557 in new York 77 71 .520 16 St. Louis 72 79 .477 224 Montreal 67 81 .453 26 Philadelphia 56 94 .373 38 West Cincinnati 91 58 .611 Houston 82 66 .554 in los Angeles 82 68 .547 94 Atlanta 70 79 .470 21 san Francisco 64 86 .427 274 san Diego 57 91 3ff> 334 in h r Erbb so r Woodson 6 1-3 6 4 4 5 4 Granger. I 4 3 2 1 i Laroch l.5-6 .2-311100 Odom. 4 6 6 6 4 31 lock of. To 3 i i 0 i Pittsburgh Philadelphia Waslewski. 2 2001 lab re blab r h by mammon i 0 0 0 1 0 Cash 2b 4 0 2 o Doyle 2b 3 0 2 1 Finger w.1i-b 1 0 0 0 1 i Oiiver of 4 0 0 0 Bow is 3 0 0 0 t�?25i. Clemente of 2 0 10 Mont Ane 1b 4 0 10 i Rob attn of 2 0 0 0 Luil Nykl of 4 0 0 0 Stargel i 1b 4 10 0 Hutton of 3 0 10 Sang ill c 3 0 11 a Robinsn of 4 0 0 0 Sterrett of 4 0 10 Money 3b 4 110 Kansas City Boston i Wehner 3b 3 0 10 Bateman c 3100 a r h m a r h by Jhm end is 2 0 0 0 Carlton p 3 0 2 1 Schaal 3b 4 0 0 0 Harper of 3 0 0 0 Miromu pm 10 0 0 Otis of 4 0 2 0 a Minier of 1 0 0 0 Tavares e 0 0 0 0 scan bum of 4 0 i 0 a Alclo is 4 0 0 0 Moose p 3 0 0 0 Mayberry la 3 i 2 0 str Mykl la 3 0 0 0 run end p 0 0 0 0 Pintail of 4 0 10 a Smith of 4 2 2 0 Pagan pm 10 0 0 Teyler c 3 0 0 0 Petrocelli 3b 3 i i 0 Gustl p 0 0 0 o roles 2b 3 0 11 Fisk e 2 0 101 a a a a a. Red sox 3, royals i Patty is Drago p Wofford pm total 4 0 0 0 Devans of 3 0 0 0 Griffin 2b 1 0 0 0 Curtis p 3 0 0 0 total 3 0 0 0 ,mi1 Philadelphia 32 i i total 0 i 0 too too 0 2 0 31 2 72 a ob-1 a a a a 33 i 7 i total Baston too 0 i 0 a 0 i i a i 0 0 6-1 i a a�?3 thursday s results Philadelphia 2, Pittsburgh Only game scheduled Friday s Gamas St. Louis Gibson 17-6 at Chicago Hooton 11-13 Philadelphia Lersch 2-7 at Montreal Torrez 16-11n new York Seaver 19-12 at Pittsburgh Briles 14-9 it n los Angeles Downing 9-81 at Cincinnati Billingham 11-12n Houston Forsch 4-7 at Diego Kirby 12-14n Atlanta Stone 6-10 at Francisco Bryant 12-7n saturday s Gamas St. Louis at Chicago Philadelphia at Montreal new York at Pittsburgh los Angeles at Cincinnati Atlanta at san Francisco Houston at san Diego. N Tel Umcil amp a e Rotas i City i. Boston i. Lob Kansas City to. Boston 4. In a r. Smith 2, Piniella Otis. Sbur. Smith. In h r Erbb so Drago ,13-17 a 5 3 2 2 Curtis iw.11-7 Iii Wpm or ago t�?2 10 a�?10.106 2 3 5 11 a Doyle. Do Pittsburgh i. Lob a Pittsburgh 5. Philadelphia 0. By Montane Carlton Hebner. So Doyle Money Sfa Sanga Hen. In h r Erbb so Moos a 12-10 6 1-3 7 7 2 3 6 r Hernando a 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 Giusti t 0 0 i i 71 Carlton w.26-10 6 i 0 0 to 6 Wpm Carlton Giusti. Pm Bateman to 1 2 22. A�?12.216. Tyro a there were More footballs in the air at West Davidson stadium thursday night than 747s at Atlanta International Airport. West quarterback hike Yarborough filled the airways with three touchdown passes to Lead the dragons to a 39-20 Davidson Randolph Confer ence Victory Over East Davidson but the eagles weren to exactly grounded. Air traffic control would have had a problem with East quarterback tim Wray too As he matched Yarborough a three touchdown strikes with three bombs to halfback Frankie Cline. The Victory keeps West a record an unblemished 6-0 while East is 1-4. West grabbed a 14-0 Lead on a 43-Yard scoring pass from Yarborough to Barry Shoaf and a 79 Yard pass from Yarborough to Steve Young but the eagles snapped Back to trim the margin to 14-6 at halftime on Wrays 68-Yard toss to Cline. West opened the Gap in the third period on Robert grooms 2 3 y a r d pass interception touchdown and the game was never seriously in doubt after that. East countered with a 33-Yard touchdown pass from Wray to Cline Early in the fourth period but West recovered an Eagle Fumble deep in East territory and five plays later grooms took a f i v e y a r d pass from Yarborough for West a final score. East drove to another score after the Kickoff Wray clicking with Cline for the final 25 Yards. Both teams were plagued by there i one going on every Day in the classified Section of the Enterprise. Of that youngster is ready for the trumpet a trombone clarinet or Drums for the music course in school you la want to see today s want ads. And if you want to be a part of the big Sale place your and today by calling 185-2177. 3 lines 8 Days Only �?~3.60 771 turnovers. Each team saw two aerials intercepted and each lost two fumbles. West was hard hit in the penalty department tagged for 65 Yards to 15 for East. Statistically the eagles had the better game out Rushing and out passing the league leading dragons. West held the upper hand in punting though As Yarborough booted t h r be times for 42.6 average which gave East poor Field position. Scoring summaries e. Davidson 0 6 0 u 20 w Davidson 3 6 6 s 30 w of coat 43 pats from Yarborough Parks pass from Yarbrough a Young 77 pass from Yarbrough pass fail 6�?clin# 60 pass from Wray past fail w a grooms 23 pats interception Parks pass from Yarborough Euclin 33 pats from Wray Murphy pass from Wray w a grooms 5 past from Yarborough Parks pats from Yarbrough f a Cima 25 pass from Wray pass Tail our �?T73 Evinrude boats and motors Are arriving closeout prices on All �?T72�?Ts come on Down and save a dealer for a Dixie a Grady White a West wind a Evinrude boats amp motors Trotters sports amp Marina new Highway 109. Thomasville Telephone 476-7327 Mamiya the first practical system for professional 6x7 2%x2% sir photography Mamiya rb67 because the 6x7 format can be enlarged to 8x10 with virtually no loss in picture area it offers important advantages for professional photography. The kb67 retains these advantages in full while linking them with the practical benefits of modern single Lens reflex design. 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