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Scores Fifth Round TKO SAl'GATtfK NEWS iConn.) Tuesday. May 25,I97G- I'ageJ All Retains Championship Bv ALEX FREHF. JL •*• at 2:05 into the round despite heated protests from Dum. The crowd of 10,000 cheered Dum as he left Ihe ring. By ALEX FRERE UPI Sports Writer of his slow fifth-round start, before he realized which staggered into Ihe arms of MUNICH (UPI) - In the Bul when the right went into direction his corner was in. He Thomser, who slopped Ihe fight course of Irying to wipe oul a action again, Dunn was down got up at eight but went piece of personal embarrass- again. straight down from another raent Ihree weeks ago, Muham- This time he was really right. This time he got up, fell mad Ali wiped oul Richard groggy and took a count of five back against ll» ropes and Dunn, Mooring the Brilish challenger five limes for a fifth round technical knockout. But even with all lhat, he still wasn't the Muhammad Ali of old. He admitted as much alter llerberl Thomser, the German referee, stopped the scheduled ISrouniier oul at 2:05 of Ihe filth round 1 LeFlore Streak At 26 By FRED DOWN DPI Sports Writer Ron LeFlore, who owns the American League's longest hilling slreak since Ihe year before he was born, says the Ali's all action, fifln-round secret is hitting strikes, TKO against the European and "I don't .(eel the least bit of Brilish champion repaired the pressure," said Ihe Detroit damage done three weeks ago Tigers' 23-year old oulfielder by a shambling fight wilh sKer Mltil « '" hi' J * th Jimmy Young al Landovcr, consecutive game Monday night Mil. But it was Dunn, who »'hen the Tigers losl lo Ihe altackcd Ali from the opening Boston Red Sox 3-0. "I don'l bell and got up off the canvas put any pressure on myself." live limes to bore in once Hick Wise allowed only two again, who made the champion ^~ 3 sir « le bv Alex Johnson tattle all (be way ™ lhe firs! inni "8 and LeFlore's Ali acknowledged Dunn's sir « le in the third-walked, one courage and the part lie played in his comeback. LeFlore seemed unimpressed "I figured he would run bul when advised thai his 26-game he is courageous, has got a lot "I" 1 * streak is thc lon « esl in of heart and look some hard U* American League since punches," Ali said. "He shook Dom DiMaggio ol the Red Sox me twice and I lold Angelo hit in 27 straight games inlMl. (Dundee) between rounds I was "'' m real| y mt eoncenlraung glad we took this light m "* streak," said LeFlore, seriously. If I was in the same «1» jumped (ram Class A ball shape I was in against Young, to the Tigers in less lhan two Dunn would be world cham- S^rs all« *&"* wl *n paroled from Southern Michigan prison and batted .258 in the same questions when it Royals on Iheir way against the ends, loo. But that doesn't Rangers, who made seven mean 1 go into a game errors accounting for seven expecting il to end." unearned runs. Brett hil a two- Fred Lynn singled in Ihe first run homer and McRae and run of Ihe game In Ihe fourth While each hit a solo homer, inning and Ihe Red Sox added The Hangers rallied for five two more in the sixth on a two- runs in lhe ninth but they run single by Fisk alter a weren't enough lo prevent the single by Rick Miller and a Royals from taking a Ui-game double by Dwight Evans. The lead over Texas in the West, victory raised Wise's record lo Yankees 5, Brewers 2 2-3. Oscar Gamble capped a five- Dennis Eckersley and Stan run first inning with a three-run Thomas combined on a one- homer and Ed Figueroa pitched hitler as Cleveland beat Bal- a seven-hitter for his fourth limore 4-0, Kansas Cily out- viclory for Ihe Yankees. Chris slugged Texas 14-11, New York Chambliss and Graig Neltles beat Milwaukee 5-2, Chicago hit run-scoring singles before topped California 5-3 and Gamble's homer. Jim Colborn Oakland downed Minnesota 12-7 in other AL games. In the National League it was San Diego V Los Angeles 0, Philadelphia 7 New York 1, Montreal 4 Pittsburgh 2 and San Francisco 5 Houston 1. Indians 4, Orioles 0 suffered his filth loss against two victories. While Sox 5, Angels 3 Brian Downing's three-run double with two oul in the eighth inning lifted the White , n I Sox lo their eighlh straight_ win. jp J-eiSl COC/l tlUrlS MUNICH: In first round aclion ol (heir World Heavyweight Championship boul last night, World Heavyweight Champion Muhammed Ali lands a left hook on European Champion Richard Iliinn of Kngland. Ali floored Dunn five limes, gaining a fifth round TKO lorelaintiis lille. IUP " Downing, who also knocked in a Padres Shutout Dodgers v 2-0 "I had lo hit him with some solid rights—a punch we've just his rookie 1975 season. 'I m perfected called the acupunch. #«"« P"" 1 P ilches lo wt bul He could ml expect it. He could "hal's because I'm not swinging at bad ones. 1 try not to swing at had balls. "That way you make contact and anything can happen. If I ml see it. II comes righl olf the hand." "He gave me more trouble lhan 1 expected. He hil me good a couple of limes and hurt me. He shook me up. I'm glad I trained for this fight. It was a struggle" Dunn threw everything he knew at Ali but in the end, his jaw of glass proved no match for his heart of iron. "I am not a master of the mble art," be said. "1 am a fighter and that's the way I fought, attacking from the first bell." Dundee said Afi's performances nearly always bring out the besl in his opponents., And so il was wilh Dunn, the sandy- haired former phratrooper.' Bul he could not solve Ali's right cross, Ihe traditional weapon against a southpaw, and in the fourth round he went down Ihree times in quick succession. As Ali came out for the fifth, he indicated to Dunn that this would be his last round. "I took my time and 1 was get ahit, greal; il I don't, well, "I get asked the same questions all Ihe time but I guess you have to expect lhat when you have a good hilling streak. I'll probably be asked Eckersley yielded a leadoff run in the fourth, delivered the single lo Al Bumbry in the first big Mow- after singles by Bucky and that was the Orioles' only Dent and Lamar Johnson and a hit. Manager Frank Robinson walk. Pele Vuckovich wenl the removed Eckersley for Thomas (tslance for Ihe victory while alter Eckersley walked the first Jim Brewer was lhe loser, batter in the ninth. Thomas A's 12. Twins 7 walked Ihe first man he faced and Ihen struck oul the side. _ Eckersley said alter the game seven-run rally in the fiflh he says he has Ihe "faith" lhat his shoulder stiffened in Iming. The A's had only three necessary lo see his promise young pilchers in lhe lhe sixth and Robinson conced- hits— ne a tie-breaking two-run fulfilled. League in 1974 when he posted ed he might have let him go on double by Claudell Washington Freislebcn, a shining rookie a 9-14 record and an impressive ..., r „ ._. .... if he had been working on a no- —in the inning bul also i w o seasons ago who faded 3.65 average for a San Diego result was a new pitcher—one McNamara said he could sense hitter. benefitted from Ihree walks, tedly last year, made his first club that won only 60 games. wilh both ability and confidcn- the change in Freisleben's Royals II. Rangers II two errors and three wild start Monday nighl since being The Padrre thought he had a ce. attitude on the mound. Home runs by George Bretl, pilches by Steve Luehber to recalled from the minors last more promising future lhan "Roy Harlsfield got all over "He wasn't nitpicking like he By FRED McMANE UPI Sports Writer Dave Freisleben has always The A's snapped their eight- had the God-given lalent to game losing slreak wilh a become a star pitcher, and now who were beginning to wonder Hawaii ol the Pacific Coast "I'm working a lol quicker if lhe 24-year-old right-hander League. row and gelling iO° d results. There, under the guidance of I'm going to slky wilh il. Manager Rov Mansfield, Freis- Randy Jones is a good example lebcn began lo gel himself of what it can do. You get in would ever begin lo fulfill the potential he displayed as a rookie. Freislebcn was one of the top together. Harlsfield worked on the rhythm and Ihe players National speeding up his pitching molion behind pick it up. My last start and Freisleben worked on in Hawaii was a shutout, too." improving his attitude. The Padres Manager John Hal McRae and Frank White in erase a 5-1 lead. Jim Todd week and pitched a six-hilter lo the first inning started the earned the victory while Bill lead the San Diego Padres (o a Campbell was the loser. Top Teams Win Contests In Twilight League Action 2-0 triumph over Los Angeles which snapped the Dodgers' six-game winning streak. H was the first shutout for Freisleben since July 23 o! last season and it is a welcome sign (o the Padres' management more Randy Jones at Ihe time but while Jones wenl on (o win 20 games last season for San Diego,- Freisleben slumped U> 514 with an oversized ERA of 428. His career took another step backward during spring training when he was cut from the squad and optioned to "Roy Harlsfield got all over me ai Hawaii." admits Freis- us ed to," said McNamara. feben. "He lold me I wasn't "Tonight he went right after doing as well as 1 should. I people. We've had conversa- rtdn't like going down to Ihe '«ns with him for the last three minors but I learned a lol down >«rs, sometimes louder lhan there, attitude mostly. I've got c<f *r limes. Tonight he showed faith in putting my faslball «hal he has. He should be over now. I learned thai in raor e mature now. He's got Hawaii Cod given lalent." The lop four teams in Ihe NEWS Twilight softball league all won games last nighl. Cavallo's remained undefealed with a 9-6 win over Sgrillo's; Fortin's downed the Chemical, 14-t; Four Sons beal Rudy's 6-1; and Ihe Dutch Front Cafe rouled Charlie Murphy's, 18-5. Cavallo's took an early 3-0 lead but then had lo hold off a late Sgrillo's rally, which accounted for four runs in Ihe bottom of the for the Dutchmen, who recorded Buccini with two hits each, their fourth-straight, win. were Boncal got credit, for the win. Joe Czanwcki wilh three for four getting sound defensive efforts and three RBl's. John Dclaney's | rom "Czar", "Del 1 two hits and IwoRBI's, and Gary and "Walkie" Mignosa. Zennis, Arm and Boncal, and Jim West Haven Yankees Sweep Berkshire waiting for Ihe hole," said Ali .... , ... .i " - sevenlh inning, for Iheir ninth straight win. Leading Cavallo's Garnettes Top Crosby The wilh Ihree key nils was Terry Noss. Rich Ridzik and Tom Kiernan helped with two hits apiece. Heavy Pixley picked up his third win of the year. Leading . i »• L c v. i Sgrillo's was Bob Dunn wilh ^^L." 1 ^, 5 ^! toee hits. John Mengacci took ... ,, . j .v._- UutX mis. Juisii »iuig<H.n MJUA 9 * J^f. "^51^ «* to in a well pitched game. record lo 14-2 with a 12-4 win over s 5cor(s] ^ ^ .^ ^ Cmshv vcsterdav al Iiunungion , . ... viu J * ~ j . . . . v firsl inning lo ice tneir game Park. Leslie Mancinipic up chemical and raise Iheir her initial decision of Ihe year for °*° - the Garnelles. Bev Blair was Ibe loser for Ihe Bulldogs. Donna DiMuzio slammed a M |he righl ol lhe year, going four (or fire, with a homer, lwo singles and a Iriple. Leading the Chemical were Jim Shea and a Iriple and single :Mary ^"raluCtar'uyadd'ed'thr" Barb Fr^ricks'i^a^r of ***** ™ l * «« ™ te * <° r s«ond game, strikirg out eight singles .also helped the °-*™^ |ossed a ^ bo.lers and walking none. Dave hitter for the Caterers at Rudy's in Iheir low scoring contest. provide most of the offensive Mary By United Press International The Berkshire Brewers finally encountered bad luck at home. West Haven defeated the Brewers. 9-3 and 2-1, Monday nighl. Berkshire hadn't lost previously at home all season, racking up 12 home wins. In other Eastern League games, Bristol defeated Waterbury H. Reading beal Williamsport 7-2, and Three Rivers edged Quebec City 4-3. (Vest Haven started fast in the first game, wilh lwo runs in Ihe first inning and four in lhe fourth. Three runs in the fourth were all Berkshire could come up wilh. Larry McCall Ihrew a t*o- Klter al Berkshire in Ihe Naugaluck cause. The Garnettes have one more game remaining, lhat on Lindsey got one of the Brewers' hits, a solo homer in the seventh iming. Bill Dancy drove in tw< MikeSmegelski, Reni Julian, and Reading pushed across what s. Game timeis 3:15 at Breen Field. UCLL Instructional League Scheduled The Union City Inslruclkmal Uaguc will begin Thursday, Ma) 27. al 5:30. AH eight year old bojs and girls who nave previously signed up please report. LAST Tl M ES TOX1 C.HT 'THE KILLER ELITE" PC. JAMES CAA\ Technicolor ONECOMPI.ETESHOW »:MP.M.OM.V WED. ••ONE FLEW OVER THE Ct'CXOO'S NEST" in the outfield. Dulch Front remained in a tie for third with Ihe Sons wilh their win over Charlie Murphy's. Both teams are 6-2, Leading Ihe way Gold Guys Down Cable TV The WOWW Gold Guys upped Iheir record to 2-1 with a 28-15 sollball win Sunday against Valley Cable Vision. Ed Trusiewicz with lwo home runs and Teddy Peil wilb two homers and a Iriple were lhe baiting stars for the Gold Guys. Norm Derouin gol credit for Ihe win. Jeff Reynolds with four hits, Iwo of Ihem homers and Art Fasciano wilh five safeties were Ihe leading hilleri for the Cablers. Gary Durham with three hits, seven-year old Joe Fasciano with two hits, and Jane Strachan with two hits and flawless fielding were also bright spots for Ihe losers. Chris Kochis wilh two singles and two doubles, Dave Kochis with a btsa lotded Iriple and a double, and Alan Todd wilh four hits in six al bats also contributed to the Gold Guy attack. tied l-l, Ernie and came home on a Iriple by Dancy, who then scored on an error. \augatuck Hosts Andrew Wurde Today At 3:30 Hie N'angatuctc Greyhounds took for win number U today whentlieypIayrosttoAndrtw Warde of Fairfield. Game time il Bretn FltU b 3:30 p.m. Today's contest Is the Uil game ol Ihe regular season for the Greyhounds, who are headed bitotheCIAC Class LL tournament which "111 begin next week. A win today woakl give Niugy a IH record ind probibly a pretty high ranking in the tournament. Nangatuck coach Joe Bo]ko will probably give Jim Foley some wort on the mound todiy. Foley his not teen much actkffl since injuring hh inn enrlter this month In a game against Kennedy. The Phillies put the game away with four runs in lhe ninth. Dancy's single drove in the game's final lally. Bristol's Lanny Phillips hit a three-run homer in lhe firsl inning. Marv V'c-i* led off Walerbury's half of Ihe first inning with a homer, and the Dodgers got two more runs inning to tie. Each team got a run in the fourth inning. Bristol scored Ihe winning nin in the sixth on a single by Ed Ford, a walk to Sam Bowden and Tex Cox' single to right field. GAITHERBURG, Md. (UPI) — Touring pro Lee Elder, the first black golfer to play in the Masters, shol a one-over-par 143 Monday lo lead 14 local qualifiers for thc 1976 U.S. Open. , Elder, a native of Washington, shot a three-under-par 69 on the Washinglonian Country 74 on the Washinglonian National course to edge John Malison of Roanoke. Va., by two strokes. Stephen Lejko of Belhesda, Md., was lhir< H6, while Brian Slaveley of Washirglon had a 141 and Martin West of Chevy Chase, Md., a 148. Lejko and West are amateurs. Other qualifiers were amateur Roger Simpkins of Ches- lerlown, Md., (H9), Peter Clark of Crystal River, Fla. (149), Gary Manlmlish o( Glendale, Md. (149), Henry Seymour of Washington (150), .Mark Alain of Chevy Chase. Md., (150), Randy Morris of Reslon, Va. (151), Tim Schaaf of Chevy Chase, Md., (151), Glenn Brown of Alexandria, Va. 051) and Kent Sasher of Leonardlown, Md. (152). GANSETT STATS PAWTUCKET, R.(. (UPI) - Bdtors plunked down a total of J27.5 million in parimulue) wagering (luring the, 81-day, 197S meeting at Narragansett Park which ended May 10. The average daily handle was K89.574 with attendance of 3,277. Apprentice Steve Pagano was leading jockey wilh 57 wins. The stale share of pariinuluel taxes was $1.79 million. Wre still 90 proof . If you're buying anything else, maybe you're getting a Wrong number. The numbers are changing (heso days. Quite a few well-known whiskeys have been reduced lo 80 proof. Olhers remain at 86 proof. Among leading blended whiskeys, only Fleischmann's gives you 90 proof— Ihe ported lasle for today's ice-filled mixed drinks. Yet for all ils quality. Fleischmann's eosts you less lhan many lower proof brands. QUART FOR WEEK OF MAY 24 Fleischmann's. It tastes better,

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