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S'Al'f iATirK NEW 5 IConn.l Saturday, May 29,1976 - Pa|e1 LeFlore Streak Snapped At 30 Yanks Top Detroit, 9-5 RV RICK GOSSFL1N the last 27 years. ^ was called oul on s rikes lo llPl Ssoru WrlUr "I *m'l think there was any lead off the eighth inning, but It's sae nw Simon an d more pressure than 1 could his long walk back to the GrUefwon'rha^Te. change have handled," said LeFlore. dugout was made a lot shorter the words to the song "Mrs. who sat patiently answering Robinson," Joe DiMaggio will questions alter the game. «™ain in ihc Ivrics "Quite naturally there is going . T UFtor * a guy who at to be pressure if you gel a hit fans who turned oul anting in the general vicinity every day because everybody game '"--". — vvanU to know- aboul it. by the standing ovalion and the chanting of "Le-Flore ... LeFlore ... Le-Flore" by the 19,909 lor Ihe of home plate last season, saw hilling . The fleet center fielder was eventually scored on an error ai "y •'"•a baseraa " Willl « ip all ime major league Randolph, but il wasn't enough MS.IJ?SU£ at- "Y™ 7 gotten to the Yankee Clipper in LeFlore's streak ended when going lo let it bother me ^ensively. I gave them a. ,Ule gesture of lhanks. i. 1 ANAHEIM. CALIF: Angels' Bobby Bonds is ml trying lo steal third as Royals' Ceorge llrelt applies the lag during fourth inning action here yesterday. On the previous play. Bonds stole second successfully. Umpire Nestor Chylik calls the play. Zachry Blanks Dodgers Replaces K.C. Jones Motta Named Washington Coach By SAM FOGG liPl Sports Writer WASHINGTON IlIPI) - Intense Dick Motta has taken over Irom low-keyed K.C. Jones and it means there will be a lot less Mr. Nice Guy for the Washington Bullets next season. At a news conference Friday announcing his hiring as head coach of the Bullets under a three-year contract, Ihe -14- year-old Molta acknowledged he had problems with some of his stars at Chicago bul contended they stemmed from the fact he had to deal with hard way," Motta said of his disputes with such stars on Ihe Hulls as Bob Love, Chuck Walker and Nate Thurmond. "They wanted to renegotiate contracts and Ihe ownership wouldn't allow it," he said. With Ihe Bullets, playoff contenders for eight straight years without a championship lo show for it, the new- Washington coach stressed he will leave player dealings to general manager Bob Ferry. Washington's veteran star Wes Unscld sal in on Motta's introduction as new head coach By BILL MADDEN' UPI Sports Writer Shed no more lears for Ihose often-maligned Cincinnati Reds pitchers. As a matter rjf fact, National League foes are probably beginning to wish the Reds hadn't run oul of options on . ,1, r,,u rookie right-handers Pal Zach- for him and we wanl to wait hope I can get the luu _______ Santo A!ca , a and see whal happens." cooperation of every player ana eAveen tnem _ Zachry and Motta was released from the instill my philosophy that every A|( _ a] __ ________ corapi i e( i an 8 -0 final two years of his contract basketball team is a family. , __ h ____.__,, complete with the The former Weber C1 = >° wash of lhe Los Angeles Dodgers. Last year, il will be recalled, Reds pilchers completed only 11 games, fewest in lhe major leagues. "Zachry is the most complete them as general manager in of the Bullets and commented: charge of negotiating contracts. "1 think everybody on the team "I learned a good lesson the is looking forward to playing Garnettes Ranked Second In CIAC days and was given his release ;;___^-__ is ' Nat . ona ] League by lhe Bulls late Thursday ^^ _____ a , erage lo night in Chicago. The Bullets "^ a _____..,__, OJ > are expected lo compensate the • Bulls with either a player or a "' draft choice in return for ____; signing him. Molta is known as a hot- tempered coach, who has had ,,, u . - .-- frequent run-ins with his ""____,___,__:"Vho's come to openly criticized by some of his players, but is also recognized >° •* >" Chicago stars who either quit as one of Ihe top coaches in Ihe ' ' ' traded pro ranks. His record wilh lhe Bulls was 356 wins and 300 losses, bul Chicago slumped lo a 24-58 mark this season, lhe worsl in the NBA. At Weber Stale, his teams won six Big Sky Conference lilies. ton club was eliminated in Ihe playoffs earlier Ihis monlh by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Motla, known for his intensity either in victory or defeat, coached the Bulls into the playoffs six of his eight years at Chicago, bul never came up wilh the title. He also was Ihe Reds since I've been here, said Cincinnati manager Sparky Anderson afler the 6-5, 175-pound youngster lamed the Dodgers with home run support from Joe Morgan. George Foster and Johnny Bench. "I can't lake credit for him, though. If 1 Ihoughl he was gonna be this good, 1 would, have had him in Ihe slarling rotation at the start of Ihe season." Both Zachry and Alcala were teammates at Indianapolis last year and turned in impressive records. The fact that both were out of options caused Ihe Reds lo deal off Clay Kirby and Clay Carroll during Ihe off- season to make room on the plching staff. "1 didn'l want lo be kept because they were oul of options," said Zachry, who has row won four straight, includ- Ttie "Naugalfick"' High Scnool ""Waterlown;'ranked toth wilh girls' softballfeteam has been an 11-6 record. Cheshire, ranked ranked second in Ihe CIAC Class L division by virtue of their 14-2 regular season record. The Garnettes' first game will be Wednesday, June 2, at 3 p.m. at or demanded lo be ralher lhan play under him. The new Bullet coach, hired at a salary estimated al more than 550,000-a-year, said o! his new team: "The ingredients are here. I want lo develop a cohesive learn who are confi- denl in my system of play. I Green Leading Memorial Golf ing two againsl Ihe Dodgers. "I wanted lo be kept on merit." No one, especially Anderson, could quarrel with that now. Morgan belled a three-run homer off loser Don Sutton in the first inning and Bench added a fourth run wilh his seventh homer as the Reds moved to within one game o! the Dodgers in the NL West. Elsewhere in the National League, Philadelphia routed Montreal 10-3. SI. Louis blanked New York 6-0 and San Francisco shut out San Diego 50. Chicago-Pittsburgh and Atlanta-Houston were rained out; In Ihe American League, it was Baltimore 4. Boston 1; Texas 4, Minnesota 0; New- York 9, Detroit 5; Kansas City 3. California 0; and Oakland 11, Chicago 0. Phillies 10. Expos 3 Doubles by Jay Johnslone and Dick Allen plus Dave Cash's two-run double keyed a six-run Phillies outburst in the second inning, which quickly continue to do them." Mickey Rivers, Thurman Munson and Chris Chambliss belled New York home runs during an span o( eighl pilches in Ihe fourth inning to hand Vern Ruhle his first loss in (our decisions this year. In other games, Texas blanked Minnesota 4-0, Baltimore beal Boston 4-1, Kansas Cily defeated California 3-0 and Oakland mauled Chicago 11-0. Cleveland at Milwaukee was rained out. In lhe National League. Philadelphia beat Montreal 103. St. Louis downed New York 6-0, Cincinnati clipped Los Angeles 9-0 and San Francisco dumped San Diego 5-0. Pittsburgh al Chicago and Houston al Allanta were rained out. Rangers i, Twins 0 Jeff Burroughs slammed a three-run first Inning home run to give him the American League lead in that deparlmenl wilh 34 and enable Jim , Umbarger to post his fifth win in eight decision. Umbarger scattered eight hits in registering his fourth complete game. Orioles 1. Red Sox I Bobby Grich drove in two runs and scored another to pad Baltimore's second place cushion over defending champion Boston to 24 games. Unbeaten Wayne Garland, 4-0. Dyar Miller and Grant Jackson combined to hold the Red Sox to nine nils. Royals 3. Angels 0 Calchcr Bob Stinson lashed a double and two singles to drive in two runs while Doug Bird was holding California to six hits in handing Nolan Ryan his sixth defeat of the season. Bird's second complele game victory of his career left the Royals a hall-game in front of the Texas Rangers in the AL West. A's II, \VKite Sox 0 Sal Bando. Phil Garner. Billy Williams and Ken McMullen hil homers lo back Ihe six-hit pitching Jf Stan Bahnsen in _ straight defeat for Chicago with Bart Johnson I7lh wilh a 10-8 record, and Wolcott, ranked 19th and last in the field with a record of 8-7 are other area teams in the lour- namcnl. Watertown will play in Breen Field in Naugaluck. They Stratford also on Wednesday and will be playing the winner of the the winner of thai game will play Guilford-Milford game, against Ihe winner of the Sheehan of Wallingford captured first place in the Class L division with a 17-1 record. Rounding out the top five were South Catholic, 10-2; Masuk, 14-3; and Killingly. 12-4. Naugatuck game on Friday al a sile to be announced. Wolcotl will play at Lyman Hall, lhe number 14 team, on Tuesday, and Cheshire will play al number 16 Maloney. also on Tuesday. The quarterfinals . are scheduled for Friday, June 4. lhe Semi-finals lor Wednesday. June 9, and the finals for Saturday, June 12, al Raybeslos Field. Falcons Sweep Twinbill Modified Tourney Scheduled By GENE CADDES IJPl Sports Writer DUBLIN, Ohio (UPI) — Hubert Green has come to one conclusion about Ihe rugged Muirfield Village Golf Club course—you have lo challenge il. "If you play too conservatively." Green said Friday ,. .„ afler shooling an even par 72 lo By KL'HT FRKUDENTHAI. _ Some felt as m a ny^ as __™__*™ y^ lhe halfway lead in the $200,000 Memorial Tournament. "It's going to grab you. You might as well get going a I the hole than the other way." Green's 72 gave lhe three- time 1316 lour winner a 36-hole score of HI, three under par Foyt" predicted 'ihat RuUier- ^" ^ .jrd, Gordon Johncock and Al ... ."? . Unscr - lhe latter two also former Speedway champions — -oro ism "will be tough, if their cars ^^ _._ consecutive time, from lhe slay together." Johncock slarts ___, _______ middle of lhe second row. from the middle of the front _. "" row, Unser from the inside ol the second. Foyt Looks For Fourth Indy 500 I. Some felt as many a: INDiANAPOLIS (UPI) - have a good shot at winning Two weeks ago, A.J. Foyl said and picking up an estimated he "disgraced" himself. S250.000. Sunday he hopes to atone in "If the front-runners go out a big way by winning the one by one, il will be a wide Speedway's' million dollar 500- open race," said Rutherford mile race for a record fourth who slarts from the pole and __ rae won Ihe race two years ago. Al 41, USAC's six-lime national driving champion is as competitive as ever. He will start lhe GOth annual holiday classic for a record 19th the 7,072-yard course and built by Jack II also gave him a one-shot lead over runnerup Roger Mallbie, who had his 71 Friday for a EDEN, N.Y. - The Connecticut Falcons made sports history Friday night by sweeping a doubleheader from lhe Buffalo Breskis in lhe opening games of Ihe International Women's Professional Softball Association. In the first IWPSA games, Connecticut, behind the pitching of Waterbury's Joan Joyce, won Ihe opener, 1-0, and then came back to pick up an 8-5 triumph in the nightcap. Joyce was as sharp as always in the first game, allowing four hits while striking oul 11. Willie Roie won Ihe game for the Falcons in Ihe opener when she led off the game by belling the second pilch over the fence. That was all coach Joyce needed. Lu Gecewicz had three singles and Joyce one single for Connecticut in the first game. In the nightcap, relief pitcher Donna Terry was the hero as she came on lo get the Falcons oul of a sixlh-inning jam and Uien belled a game-winning home run. Terry came in to pitch with two runs in, two on and none oul and First-round leader Don Bies was tied for third place at 143 ... -~ ^^j,,.,, with Rod Funseth, who had a Among Ihe other speedsters f ^ umier __ _,__,_.__,_ ,___ to watch were lom bneva, _____ ^^ of (he lourtlameill . At 144 were Jerry McGee (73) Mario Andretti, Wally Dallen- Ed Sneed (71). while in at 145 were Gibby Gilbert (75), Applicaiions (or lhe Annual Naugaluck Modified Tournament may be obtained by calling tournament director Leonard Perugini at 729-5003. Teams thai But two weeks ago was his "black Saturday." He had lo settle for the fifth best speed on Ihe opening day of qualifications because his orange- ...» - colored Coyote wasn't handling bach. Mike Mosley, defending properly. champion Bobby Unser Roger ____ ^ ___________ ______ "It was a disgrace to me and McCiuskey and Lloyd Ruby, at (7 ______ __.__,___ my car," the tough Texan " "•" - M ~' """"-""»• snorted. In effect, he threatened to park his machine if it chief steward while the vanguard of an estimated 300,000 fans poured into the area. The weather forecast for Sunday was good — fair wilh He bogeyed both Ihe 17lh and 16lh when he caught Ihe sand, barely missing a par-saving, 10- foot pull on Ihe final hole. "lhad a lot of putts I Ihought I should have made but didn't." Bies said. Funseth's 67 came on the strength of a spectacular 31 on the tack side as he Wrdied five of six holes. Nicklaus had a three over 75 Friday, joining Joe Inman, Johnny Miller and \jm Graham at two over par 146. "I'm really not too worried about my own golf game this week," Nicklaus said. "I'm more worried about this tournament coming off right. "Bul I'm not in bad shape," Nicklaus added. "If 1 play a good round tomorrow, I'll do okay." The cul for today's third round was 157. some 13 shots over par and 11 shots higher than the previous high mark for the year. fieiligty League "o Run Tourney erased a 2-0 Montreal lead Ron ^;,_'""o a .. ]an d7t s fourth win in Reed pilched five strong ___ e ______ five g ___ n( __. ,_ _, as lhe innings in relief of starter Tom A cl ,. iokl ,i.,f 0!11 f nr Underwood to gain Ihe victory. Mike Schmidt also drove Jin__a ^ j_ _____ pair of runs for Philadelphia with a single in Ihe second and a sacrifice fly in the seventh. Cardinals 6. Mets 0 St. "Louis southpaw John Curtis pilched no-hit ball through six innings before settling for a three-hitler, while Willie Crawford belled his second career grand slam homer. Bake McBride also had a two-run homer lo back the pitching o! Curlis. now 3-4. Giants 5, Padres 0 John Montefusco fired a three-hitler and drove in a run while hurling his second straight shutout. Montefusco, 63. now has pitched 21 cons ecu live scoreless innings. Larry Herndon had Ihree hils, score once and drove in a run for San Francisco. 48 Ihe oldest competitor. Soccer Contest In Maine Stays Yale Bowl Unbeaten didn't handle in the race. The Houston flyer assumed ,„„_,.,.. ~- the blame tor "screwing up" haveapplicationsshouldfillthem during the time Irials and out and return them as soon as vowed his car would be a top possible Perugini said as the threat on race day. tournament will be restricted to "I'll be ready," said the Ihe first 32 learns to enter. winner of 51 championship Deadline for entries is Wed- events on USAC's big-car nesday, June 2, W7S. circuit. The tournament will be played His 32 rivals took him at his IheweclteridsofJuneM.Sat.and word, realizing fully well thai ! Ihe oldest competitor. . m) and Bob Wynn (72). The starting field received ^^ whj began [he sec _ nd final instructions today Irom mwA ^ M ^^ Bjes ___,, chief sleward Tom Bralord blms on lhe fron . side , fc t ___, ^.^ and a , ..,_, s afternoon degrees. highs around UCONN COACH STORRS, Conn. (UPI) - IhewecltendsofJuneK.bat.anti word, realizing luuy wen u.di "'"".___'"_"__: „. .,[ Sun and June 12-13, Sal. and Sun. Foyl would be one of Ihe top Basketball Coach Dee Rowe o wttrainda.esofj'une.0and20 contenders for the ride in.o ^ U™""*^™ 1 _^ All games will be played al victory lane - a tnp he hasn'l will jom a group ot me Rrecn Field Naugaluck. Entry made since 1W7. assistants o uie u.b. U 'W= tehWO M 'and trophies will be Bul Foyl wasn't fooling Basketball Team coached by awarded for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4lh himself, place Individual Irophies will "You never know aboul this also be presented lo lhe first place," he said. "I may break place team and a mosl valuable somelhing in a couple of laps." *.. -- .„_... _____ a ] so be Like Ihree years ago, when bogey coming in o Open type course." "It's the kind ol a course in which you have to invent shots," said lhe lour's leading money winner, "shots you've never tried before. Il's lhe kind of golf I enjoy playing. It's Dean Smith. MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (UPI) — The University of Maine combined timely hitting wilh clutch pitching Friday night as they handed Temple its first loss, 6-3. in the NCAA Norlheasl Regional Baseball Tournament. Barry LaCasse went the distance, throwing an eight- hitter. Jack Leggett hit an insurance solo home run for lhe Black Bears. Temple now faces SI. Johns, an earlier victor over Columbia, at 1 pm. Saturday. Maine will face Seton Hall, which earlier conquered Penn State, al 4 p.m. Saturday with the winner of the first game re going to make some double bogeys, but you've got lo forgel about them." bogey, burying his tee shol in a faring the loser of the second at Irap a'l lhe par Ihree eighlh and 7:30 p.m. Saturday then (lying his shot across the ~~~~~~~~' Brazil and Italy, lw powerhouses in the world o soccer, will clash alNew Haven's Yale Bowl, Monday. May 31. at 3 p.m. in a game that will decide the winner o! the first Bicentennial Cup. The contest, the firsl major soccer evenl ever to be held in Connecticut, will attract world wide attention. At least 22 radio and television stalions have requesled locations from the competing nations and satellite television pictures will be wal- died live by many nations when the learns kickofl. An added attraction at the game will be Secretary of Stale Henry Kissinger who will watch the game and talk with the players in the dressing room after the contest. Hicrnlrnniul S!n»-Pilcli (Ihall Tournament "ill !><• Id rm the uefkrmls of June 20. 2fi. and !'• al Collon ollow Field. Naugaluck. Thr tournament is open tn I slow-pilch soflhall Iranx nd is lifing run by lhe augaluck Daily Sews vulight League. Awards uill tie given for 1st nd. :lrd v and fourth place inishcrs and llif first misher "ill »et indivMua trophies as well heir learn Irophy. F.nlry fee lor the tour nament is Sl'i and is payah' on or before June I?. 1ST Checks or money ordpr should he made payable Ifl Mike Ca\allo. lournime director and sent In Mm in e Charlie Murphy's Kestauratr 171 Prospecl Slreel. I'ni City. Connecticut. DST7». Information on Ihe tou nament and applicaiions c lie obtained by calling M phy's al 729-1766 between a.m. and 11 p m. Preference in regard scheduling will be given those team-, whose enlr have heen received firsl. green into another bunker. It mighl have shook him (or a ^vl^•oosKI PARK, vi. IUPD — Bulgaria's Olympic basketball learn will set up training ^^S^^^-«-^^- held oil a oiara raujr ™ i*» __ .,..__., „:„!„!,____ chjjs Ruccio waetookedupin a pilchers' duel. Ruccio slruck out 13 r, ardaUowed only two hits in gaining the win. Ruccio helped his own ^^i.riic^ltelWnmrftapn«mltaterth rimw&"^^«^,^%£$l ea ks Springfield, Mass., AiunonY ^^ -,. might Sean McKeown of Enfidd and have been in lhe chase for first pitcher-catcher Brad Vinacore place all Ihe way last year. of North Haven will lead the First, he "popped" a front team in their senior year. All lire when running over debris three are members ot the Cardi- from Mario Andretli's spin in rial football torn, the early part of the race. II cost him 45 seconds in lhe pits mSS ENTERS ,„„. changing Ihree tires. Later, he STORRS, Conn. (UPl) lost a lap when he ran out of Former University of Connec- _____ ticut iracfc slar Ron Evans will "II might have been the race compete in lhe U.S_ Track and of the century" bul for Ihat bit Field Federalion decathlon lo of misfortune, said Foyt, who be held at UConn Sunday and had to settle lor third place, Monday. Evans of Wolcott has behind winner Bobby Unser and already qualified for the U.S. Johnny Rutherford when rain Olympic team trials that will oonnny nmneriuiu •»«*» "»" "•'•', , ~^7 _, cXedapiiiawinningiwureiuiiu.-.. ..™ —••-- cu _ ^e distance from 200 laps be held June zs-« ai tugene, Sgn^theliflhinninguprising.Athreeninsixlhiiiningfellshorlfor , 0 m _ _,. 435 m . te . lhe Giants. Ore. firsl green for a bogey five, but quickly righted himself lo make lhe him at one under 35. He had a chance to lead the tournament, coming lo the I6th four under par, but bogeyed lhal hole and also the 18th. "For lhe most part," Mallbie said, "lhe course played more difficult today (Friday). Mostly because of lhe wind. We haven't played the course enough to know how the wind affecls holes." Bies, who shol a 75 Friday even though he "really didn't play loo badly," also found the June 7-18 lo prepare d Olympic Irials. The 18-member party win compete in trials at Hamilton, Ont.. They plan two practices a day al St. Michael's Ross Sports Center. CENTERVILLE, Mass. (UPI) - First baseman Bob Kimutis of Columbia and outfielder Glenn Partridge of Pennsylvania have been named ' to lhe Eastern i Baseball League . league coaches SERVICE • SERVICE • S E It's He Stivici £ R HflB fl* S« R V M fount! V I FMM« I c Stl Us. Win Su Niig. c E . SERVICE . SERVICE B \C\HF.MV AWAHH WINNKlfl '"ONE FLEW \ OVER THE J CUCKOO'S NEST1 TECHNICOLOR 6:li-9:W SVX.MOX.TVES.Wf Kimulis, one o( three Columbia players chosen on the 11-member learn, led the league

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