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Santa Ana Register (Newspaper) - July 28, 1973, Santa Ana, California Ins s collegians by David smothers Chicago up Workhorse Larry Csonka bowled Over for two touchdowns Friday night and the world Champion Miami dolphins were Lucky to get them in holding off a Spunky band of College All stars for a 14-3 Victory. The dolphins started out As if it would be the usual Waltz of the pros Over the collegians the first time they got the Ball going 60 Yards in 10 plays before Csonka smashed Over from the three. But then lightning and a thunderstorm Froni off Lake Michigan swept Soldier Field. The All stars coached by uses John Mckay showed signs of rebellion and the mighty dolphins winners of All 17 starts last season did net have this one wrapped up until Csonka went for a seven Yard clincher in the fourth Quarter. Only the Stout Miami defense and the All stars mistakes in the clutches kept the stars from pulling off their first Victory in this Midsummer encounter Between the collegians and the pros since they beat Vince Lombardi s Green Bay packers 10 years ago. Once thanks to a seven Yard burst by Purdue s Otis Armstrong they had a first Down on Miami s one. It seemed quarterback Bert Jones of Louisiana state had sneaked for a touchdown two plays later. But a motion penalty put the Ball Back on the five. Armstrong was smeared for no gain and the All stars had to Settle for a 10-Yard Field goal by Ray Guy of Southern Mississippi with 15 seconds left in the first half their Only Points for the Gaime. There were other times the stars seemed sure to score. One came when Jones passed them Down to a first Down on the Miami 13. That Hope fizzled when Oklahoma s Greg Pruitt fumbled to Manny Fernandez on the next play. Late in the third Quarter the Ball got Loose somewhere Between Miami Center Jim Langer and quarterback sob Griese and Jim Thomas of Florida state recovered on Miami s nine. But the stars could t gain a Yard and Guy was wide on a Field goal attempt from just 16 Yards. There were other chances lost and Griese often found himself embarrassed getting sacked three times and being forced to run out of Bounds for another loss. Still he led the dolphins most of the Way and completed 6 of 9 passes for 75 Yards. Csonka was the chief Rushing labourer for Miami with 76 Yards on 17 carries. Jones Quarter backed tha stars most of the Way and wound up with 9 completions in 16 tries for 77 Yards. The dolphins Victory left the All Star series record at 29 victories for the pros against nine defeats and two ties. The collegians have won Only three times in the last 23 years. Miami 7 0 0 College All stars 0 3 0 Mlac Sonka 7 run Yepremyan stars Fig Guy 10 la Csonka 7 run Yepremyan a�?54,103 statistics 7-14 o 3 kick kick statistics kick All Miami stars .16 9 rushes Yards 45-173 29-79 passing yardage 78 54 return yardage. 12 39 9-13-1 9-20-0 punts. 7-43.1 9.44.1 fumbles lost 1 1 Yards penalized .60 15 up telephoto Trojan Gallop former us Star Charles Young looked for room to run after catching this pass from Bert Jones in the first Quarter of the collage All Star Gamp. The collegians put up a stiff Battle before losing to the pro champions. Griese in trouble a used to scrambling against pro rivals Miami s Bob Griese had to scramble More than usual against the Tough College All Star defense last night. Above he tried to elude up telephoto John Matuszak 82 but was forced out of Bounds. The collegians played on of their better games before dropping a 14-3 Battle. Odessa user up the . Men s Junior track and Field team led the soviets 64-61 Friday at the Halfway Mark in their two Day track and Field Competition. The soviet women Lead their . Counterparts 45-38 to give the soviets an aggregate Lead of 106-102. The men split Down the Middle Friday each winning six events before a crowd of about 15,000 in this Black sea port City. The soviet women won four events to the american girls three. . Head coach Joseph Healey said he was pleased with ills team s performance. Quot our boys did Well today quot he said. Carter Suggs of Tarboro . And Jesse Forbes of Tallahassee Fla. Led the Field Home in the 100 meters. Lawrence Shipp Washington . And Allan Misher of Houston Tex. Added a sweep in the 110-meter hurdles to get the men off fast. Keith Tinner of. Tacoma Wash., edged Gennady Ivanov to take the 400-meters in 47.7 while Mark Schilling Garden Grove Calif., and Matt Centro Witz of Bronx . Battled it out to come in 1-2 in the 1500-meters in 3 45.9 and 3 46.3 respectively. The two soviets in the 1500-meters lagged More than six seconds behind and provoked crowd whistling. The americans were Hurt in the pole vault where Ken Haagen of Santa Barbara Calif failed twice at 14 feet nine inches and a third time at 15 feet and also in the women s Jong jump where Dianna Chicago quot my Carter quot sumo or to Arkra Windle Westminster Calif was 5�% a cal ?31 disqualified after missing the a a eters take off a Board six times. The men s 400 meter relay put the americans ahead but Only after both teams dropped their Batons. Odessa. User up a following Are the results in Friday s opening Day events in the ..-Sovlet Junior track and Field Competition men s 100-meters 1. Carter Suggs Tarboro . 10.5. 1. Jesse Forbes Tallahassee Fla 10.6. 3. Alexander Aksinia user 10.7. 4. George Tanka sky user 11.1. Women s Loo meters 1. Ludmila Kondratyeva user 12.3. 2. Jackie Randolph Washington , 12.4. 3. Natalia Matveeva user 12.5. 4. Rosalyn Bryant Chlea go iii. 12.6. Men s lio meter hurdles 1. Lawrence Shupp Washington . 13.9. 2. Allan Misher Houston Tex. 14.1. 3. Viacheslav a Dinku user 14.3. 4. Alxander Korostelew user 14.6. Men s 400-meters 1. Keith Tinner Tacoma Wash. 47.7. 2.gennady Ivanov user 47.9. 3. Carl Farmer los Angeles Calif. 43.2, 4. Ilya Vasha Malize user m8.5. Women s 400-meters 1. Kathy Weston Reno nev., 54.4. 2, Carol Hudson Alburquerque . S4.5. 3. Anna Bistro a user 56 1. 4. Galina Denisova user s6.5. Women s shot put 1. Nunu Abashidze user 51ft 5ln. 2, Galina Kuchina user 51ft. 3. Suzanne Snider Waco Tex., 48ft 8in. 4. Waynelle Mitchell Honolulu 45ft 8 in. Women s 1500-meters 1. Galina Gladich user 4 27.1. 2. Eileen Claugus Sacramento Calif 4.27.4. 3. Doreen Ennis Nutley n. J. 4 28.2. 4. Olga Avramova user 4 30.6. Men s Lent jump 1. Valery Michailov user 24ft 9 in. 2. Gerald Hardeman Fresno Calif. 24ft 6in. 3. Alexander to Surikov user 24 it. 4. Ricky Thompson Gatesville Tex 23ft 3 in. Men s 3,000-meter steeplechase 1. Alexander be Lemeshev user .47.6. 2. Mike Irmen Maumee Ohio 8 53.4. 3. Gordon Innes Upland Calif. 8 55,4. 4. Hullo Kulza user 9 04.4. Pole vault 1. Sergei Krivo Zub user 16ft 9ln., a Alexel Vostrikova user 15ft 5 in. 3. Will Freeman Gainesville Fla. 15ft sin. More women s Long jump 1. Galina Bushuev user 20 it. La Risa Petrova user 19ft up Jin. 3. Kim Schofield Springfield iii. 17ft 91n. Men s 1500-meters 1. Mark Schilling Garden Grove Calif. 3 45 9. 2. Matthew Centrowitz. Bronx . 3 46.3. 3. Konstantin Usta Novich user 3 52.4. 4. Wypch slav Anochin user 4 04.0.,a a women s javelin 1. Karen Smith san Diego Calif. 182ft 2ln. 2. Susan Armstrong Houston Tex. 164ft 7in. 3 Maret ints user 163ft loan. 4. Natalya Chusa Nova user 163ft 5ln. 10-Kilometer walk 1. Peter Poche Nahuk user 45 42.8. 1. Viktor Frolov user 46 43.6. 3, Mitch Patton Phillipsburg Kan. 49 47.0. 4. Randy Mumm Wellyn Sboro . 49.55.2. Men s discus i. Nikolai Victor user 182ft it in. I. Gennadi Ilschenko user 176ft 9ln 3. Aider Plucknett Beatrice. Neb. 160 it. 4. James Miller Troutdale Ore. 149ft 2 in. Women 4 x Loo meters relay t. Usa 45.8 Deborah Clay Gary ind., Jackie Randolph Washington ., Rosalyn Bryant Chicago iii., Maureen Abare a an Diego Calif 2. User 46.3 Mataiva Matveeva Galina Konstan Tinova Ludmila Rokova Nadezhda Kovalenko. Men s Hammer throw 1. Yuri Sedich user 217ft 8ln. 1. Pavel Repin user 207ft 3 in. 3. Alyin Jackson Providence r. I 196ft 6in. 4. Philip Bartlett Esmond r. 1.184ft 7 in. Men s 4 x 100-meters relay 1. Usa. 4<5.2. Mike Mcfarland sports on to radio today Canadian football Hamilton Tiger cats is. Toronto argonauts tape Channel 11, 7 30. . Baseball Warmup Channel 4, 11 00. Game of the Day st. Louis cards is. Chicago cub Schannel 4, 11 15. Angels is. Kansas City royals Kmic 11 10. Nil exhibition san Francisco 49ers is. New England Patri Tschannel 7, 1 00. Championship Bowling Bill Bunetta is. Harry Smit Channel is 1 30. Sports action pro file baseball s Tom Lasorda Channel 7, 4 00. Do i mar races Kiev 6 30. Dodgers is. San Francisco giants Kif Kwiw 7 00. ,29 56.0. 3. Alexander sent son user 4 Nikolai Radoste user staubach starts against rams thousand Oaks Calif. Up a Dallas cowboys coach Tom Landry said Friday Roger staubach will Start at quarterback for the cowboys in their exhibition opener aug. 3 against the los Angeles rams. Staubach will miss the cowboys annual intr squad scrimmage saturday but Landry said he Hopes to have him Back in training Camp by sunday. Chargers Drill open rams Broncos closed the san Diego chargers will hold an inters Nad scrimmage at us Irvine today at 2 . At the Anteater track stadium. An admission of $2 adults and $1 for children will be charged with Money going to the uci Booster Rufid. The rams and Denver Broncos will clash in a scrimmage at Fullerton state but the Public will not be admitted due to the Lack of seats. Los Angeles up _ Roger Metzger capped a three run fifth inning with a triple and also got three singles Friday night to Pace the Houston astros to a 5-2 win Over the los Angeles dodgers. Tommy Helms started the fifth inning rally with a single off loser a1 Downing and John Edwards followed with a double. Pinch hitter Jesus Alou grounded out to score Helms and Edwards came in to score the tying run moments later on a wild pitch. After Tommie Agee walked Metzger followed with a triple. The astros picked up an unearned run in the seventh when third baseman Ron Cey fumbled a grounder by Helms. He was sacrificed to second Par quot of and scored on Agee s single. The astros added a fifth run in the eighth off reliever George Culver on singles by Bob Watson and Doug Rader and a sacrifice Fly by Lee May. The dodgers grabbed a 2-0 Lead in the fourth on singles by Bill Buckner and Willie Davis and a triple by Joe Ferguson. Juan Pizarro worked five innings in Relief and got his second Victory against one loss. Dodger notes the san Francisco giants arrive at dodger stadium tonight a i o clock same with Don Sutton 12-6 to face Jim Barry 8-9 the dodgers and giants play again sunday at 2 of clock and monday night at 8 o clock sunday s game will match two former Angel pitchers Tom Bradley 9-8 for the giants against the dodgers Andy Messersmith 9-6 monday night it will be Brea s Claude Osteen 11-5 is. Ron Bryant 15-7 dodger coach Tommy la Sorda a resident of Anaheim will be featured on a sports pro file show saturday 4 o clock on Kab to Channel 7. The show spotlights Tommy As the manager of the Albuquerque team last sea Sonaddy tons to the cast of the Hollywood stars team on Hollywood stars night of August 11 Are Billy Bart David Hartman Mary Ann Mobley Gary Collins Robert Reed and the Brady Bunch Jerry Bishop of Kif will serve As master of ceremonies Houston Aoee of Metzger is Eden of Watson if Rader 3b May la Helms 2b Torres 2b Edwards c Richard p Calouph los Angeles a r h by 3 111 Lopes 2b 5 0 4 1 Buckner if 5 0 0 0 Davis of 3 110 Ferguson c 5 0 10 Crawford of 3 0 0 1 Cey 3b 3 2 10 Joshua if 1 0 g c Garvey la 3 110 Russell is 1 0 0 0 Downing p 10 0 1 Rau p 1 0 0 0 Paciorek pm Culver p a r h by 3 0 0 0 4 110 4 12 0 4 0 2 2 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 10 0 0 3 0 1 c 4 0 0 0 look 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Chicago up a Stu Holcomb who has taken a Leavy share of blame for the skid of the Chicago White sox from leadership of the american league West revealed Friday he has resigned As the club s vice president and general manager. Tjie resignation was the outcome of a Power struggle de tween Holcomb and manager Chuck Tanner and personnel director Roland Hemonda two men Holcomb brought into the sox organization in 1971. Hemond was credited with engineering a number of trades which boosted the sox into Pennant contenders most notably the one which brought slugger Allen to the sex from los Angeles. Hemond is now regarded As the favorite to take Over As general manager. Holcomb had refused to give up his role in player handling and his unwillingness to sign a number of key players this year was blamed for leaving the sex badly weakened when some of their to liners Allen included went out with injuries. Holcomb in his letter of resignation to owner John Allyn released Friday confirmed he had been drawing apart from Tanner and Hemond. Until june 1972, he said quot i think the three of us worked the Register saturday july 28, 1973 i together As closely As a team As any group could and never had a break of any then he said Hemond and Tanner signed Phil Regan a Relief Pitcher released from the Chicago cubs without consulting him. Quot i did not like it and told them so quot Holcomb said. Quot following that we remained most compatible but it became obvious to me we were no longer a three Man this Spring he said he objected to the roster Tanner brought from training Camp. He said quot Chuck said he had to have it his Way or else find a new quot in that i feel there can be Only one head Man in every successful organization and i want nothing but Success for the White sox. I will step aside quot Holcomb wrote Allyn. A White sox spokesman said Allyn would have no comment until he names a new general manager quot sometime in the near Tanner with the White sox in Kansas City was quoted As saying quot anything that is said will have to come from or. Allyn. All i want to do is get a healthy team on the Holcomb 63, was head football coach and. Athletic director at Purdue University Western University before he joined the sox organization in 1966. Controversy Over his policies built up last year particularly when lie scratched the sox team in the Florida instructional league for economic reasons. This year he insisted on pay cuts of 20 per cent for Mike Andrews and Rick Reichardt. Both played for a while but then left the team at n time when injuries were crippling the sox right handed hitting Power. The sox who had been leading the american league West for much of the season went into a nosedive and Are now in fourth place six games behind Oakland. Totals Houston los Angeles 34 j 9 4 totals 33 2 7 2 000 030 110�?5 a 000 200 000�? 2 a Cev. Lob Houston 9, los Angeles 6. 2b-Ferguson, Edwards Crawford. 3b-Metzger. A Downing Pizarro. Of Mav. In h r Erbb so Richard 4 3 2 2 0 8 Pizarro w 2-1 5 4 0 0 1 2 Downing l 8-5 6 2-3 6 4 3 3 7 Rau 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 Culver 2 3 112 1 we Downing. T-2 35 a-19,818. By John Stellman Arlington Telephone Call to the Bureau of missing persons late Friday was placed by Bobby Winkles the Angel manager was inquiring As to the whereabouts of Clyde Wright Rudi May Nolan Ryan and Bill Singer. Together they have been called the Best starting staff in the american league. The manager had better Check the identities of numbers 38, 34, 30 and 48. Wright was a 3-2 looser to Texas yesterday. It was the Angels fifth defeat in succession. Winkles must think somebody is masquerading in four of his uniforms. Combined the four Are 4-13 in the last 17 games. In their last 107 innings the quartet has a combined earned run average of 5.05. Weak hitting Texas got 14 of its 20 runs in the three game series against the starters. A individually the statistics Are loss frightening. In his last 17 innings Singer s Era is 8.47. He s allowed 30 hits. Ryan has allowed 17 hits in his last 31 2-3 innings during which his earned run average has been 3.41. That s respectable. May s is 5.32. The opposition has pounded out 27 hits in 23 2-3 innings. Wright has surrendered 34 safeties in 34 2-3 innings. His Era is 4.67. Quot i m disappointed but not disappointed enough to take them out of the rotation and give them a rest quot Winkles sighed. It is no secret that pitching and defense were supposed to be the Angels Strong suit. That s what carried them to a 39-32 record and into first place in the american league West As late As june 27. In 28 games when he bombed a three run Home run off the Wright in the second inning. Grieve was hitting .233. If that in t embarrassing enough it s not Only Grieve s first Home run of the year but also the first run he has driven in 36 games this year. Fortunately for the Angels Only 3,317 witnessed the rangers sixth consecutive win. The optimism that accompanied the Angels into combat with the rangers a team they play 11 More times was left in the Lone Star state. Halos after what May be a record 45 minute closed door meeting Stone faced Ken Berry emerged from Bobby Winkles office quot it was a personal matter quot was All tha manager would divulge. Winkles however did reveal that after consulting with his coaches it was decided to remove Billy Grabarkewitz in favor of Rudi Meoli at second base. Of the decision the manager said quot defense has Hurt us More than any other single aspect of our game. Meoli is better defensively at this stage than Grabby. But Billy can improve. He s so Quick that he ought to be Able to cover More speaking from an. Overall standpoint Winkles added quot All 1 worry about is How tha team plays defensively. This team will thrive on defense Ana pitching. We struggled this Vear. Winks indicated that he might insert Richie Scheinblum into the lineup against Tom Grieve started the an so quot it a a a May 6-8 will oppose gels on the Way to their the California Razorbacks of Orange county try to end a two game losing Streak in their Home debut tonight at 8 at the Santa Ana bowl against the los Angeles Mustangs with nil scouts in the audience. A 17-0 defeat to previous victim new Mexico last week while the wingless Mustangs were enjoying a Bye was the third loss in four southwestern pro football league games. A vet running Back guard Ray Ogas of la Habra one of several county hogs has left for a coaching Post at Fullerton College but the rest of the squad is intact and working hard prep Ping for the former Wal Power. California had threats at Albuquerque Only to be hindered by 26 penalties. Coach Fred Upthegrove lauded a defense led by Kevin. Grady of mater Dei and Orange coast and Luther Courtney for yielding just one touchdown. Hal Chealander and Kennedy s Mitch Lansdell figure to be throwing often to John Mccowan Gene Snipes Jim Oggs Bob Storey and Gene Williams since the Mustangs Are the Loop s largest team featuring a defensive line that averages 6-7, 290. A1 King and Pat Ward May open at running Back. Sex ram Carver Shannon has been unable to get his . Offence going although Tony Zane who has 52 career touchdown passes is Back along with John Watson owner of 17 kick return tallies. Highlight of the evening May be the return of former razor Back player coach Tom Nordee As a foe after passing for 24 ads Here in 1972. Other newcomers Are 260 tackle Ron Marsden of Fullerton state speedy Leroy Jackson and Jack Mackey out of Urcla. Final tickets go on Sale at the bowl before the Kickoff after being available at the razor Back office 2223 no. Harbor blvd., and sporting a oods stores in Anaheim Gunther Buena Park j and Santa Leo and Paul Orange sporting goods and Fullerton Boege s. Prices Are $3 for reserved $1.50 general admission and 50 cents for children. It handed 1 Oft,1 Rudy May 6-8 will oppose late Wright. Maybe what the Angels need is Salinas outfielder John Balaz to hypo tha offence. All Balai did last week was hit seven Homo runs to run his league Lead Ina total to 24 and h s rib count to near 100. Instead Dan Briggs was elevated to Elpaso where he quickly responded by hitting a three run Home run in his first game against Norm Angels signed Larr Rush their 11th pick in the june draft to an Idaho Falls contract. The rangers placed Rico Carty who suffered a broken Bone in his right foot july 19, on the 21-Day disabled list. Schoolboy sensation David Clyde will help the Angels open the Home stand tuesday when they return Bio a for three games each with the rangers and Oakland. California _ a a Texas h. A Rabi a a or hoi Alomar is 4 0 0 0 2b so o Gallagher 3b 4 0 3 1 Harris of 3 0 10 Robinson do 4 0 10 a Regol 3b 4 1? a liver la 4 111 Johnson do 4 0 10 Stanton of 4 0 0 0 Burroughs of 4 1 2 0 Berry of 4 0 2 0 Sudakis la 3 111 Pinson if 4 0 10 Suarez c 1 1 0 0 Meoli 2b 3 0 10 Grieve if 4 113 Llenas pm 1 0 0 0 Mackanin is 3 0 0 0 Stelmaszyk e 3 1 1 0 Merrelt p 0 0 0 0 Iohp pm 1 0 o 0 Wright p 0 0 0 0 Barber p 0 0 0 o in thud Poopoo. Totals 36 2 10 2 totals ,315 9 5 California 001 2?" ? Ana Lexas _ 032 000 00x�?s and do California 1, Texas 1. Lob California 7, Texas 12. A a a a. 2b-Stelmaszek, Meoli. Or Neye 1. Fregosi 3oliver 13. So Harris 2. A id ails. In h r or by so Wright l 8-14 s2-3 5 s 5 3 1 Barber 3 2-3 4 0 0 3 0 Monteagudo 1 2-3 0 0 0 2 0 mer itt w 4-s 9 10 2 2 0 s hip by Wright Mackanin. V1 4b. A-3,317

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