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ttorthwttt Arkamm TIMfS, Friday, April 10, W» MVITTtVlktl. AUKANMf Baltimore Bombs Boston Red Sox By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ah, Friendly Fenw.iy. K only the Baltimore Orioles could spend the whole season playing in Boston's cozy ballpark. and gave the Red Sox' outfielders quite a workout. The Orioles had 17 safeties Thursday including home runs by the Robinson boys. Frank But a whole season in Fenway and Brooks. Rookie Billy Conig- isn't BOOK Pwell's idea of paradise. "Heck no," says slugger Powell, "then we wouldn't be liai'o had his third homer in two days for the Boston's Rico lied Sox Pctrocelli and also ablp to look forward to coming connected. back." 1 Elsewhere in the American . 1'owell and the rest uf (lie Or ioles can't wait for the next t r i p to Fenway after winning three straight from the Red Sox climaxed by day. a 9 5 victory Thurs. Baltimore senerd 30 runs and had 48 hits in the three games League. Detroit outlasted Cleve land 7-(i and New York split a duublchcadcr with Washington. taking the ID-inning opener 7-3 on Joe Pcpitone's grand slam home run and dropping the nightcap 5-2. The other teams were not scheduled. OFF TO A BAD START George Archer tills ou( of a trap at the firs! green during first round play in the I7tlt a n n u a l gulf T o u r n a m r n l of Champions liere yesterday. It took him four strokes t n reach the green where he two putted for a double bogie six on the par f o u r hole. Ho f i n a l l y settled down to card a 71 p u t t i n g him in third place. Bruin Defense Stops Montreal As St. Louis Dominates LA Dave Johnson led the Orioles' attack against Boston with his second straight four-hit day. Johnson had two doubles and two singles. The Red Sox knew they were in trouble right away when the Orioles loaded the bases on starter Lee Slange's first three pitches. Don Buford opened with a first-pitch double, Paul Blair singled on the next one and then Frank Robinson was hit by the third. Two runs scored when Ken Harrelscm threw wild on Powell's grounder and then Baltimore tacked on three more in the second when Frank Robinson tagged his fifth homer of the ABA Playoffs Reach Vital Division Finals By THE ASSOCIATED PIIKSS Jacques Plante's Stanley Cup period t a l l y w i l h a long pas.s!21 points. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The formulas were different but (he results were the same Thursday night as the Indiana Pacers and New Orleans Buccaneers won their way into the division f i n a l s of the American Basketball Association playoffs. The Pacers, regular season pennant-winners, came from behind in the third period and beat Kentucky 120-111 to take their Eastern semifinal series four games to three. New Orleans won the f i n a l e of its \Vestern seven game set by snuffing out a late D a l l a s rally and downing the Chaparrals 101-95. I n d i a n a faces the winner of Saturday night's Minnesota at M i a m i clash while New Orleans opens its best-of-7 final that night at Oakland. Bob Netolicky and Tom Thacker sparked the drive that carried Indiana past Kentucky. The Pacers trailed 72-7(1 in the third period but surged to a 9484 lead at the end of the quarter and upped it to 101 88 before the Colonels rallied. The lead was down to four points. IIB-99. but baskets by Thacker and Mel Daniels ended the Kentucky threat. Netoiicky paced all scorers with 32 points while Louie Uampicr bad 26 for Kentucky. New Orleans rolled up a 16- point lead against Dallas but the Chaps t r i m m e d it to 99-95 with 50 seconds left on Cincy Pow- thrcc-point goal. Then. Steve Jones sank a pair of free throws and the Bucs defcnsed the Chaps for the rest of the game. James Jones poured in 27 points for the winners and Red Rnbbins grabbed 24 rebounds, matching the club record. Powell was high for the losers with year and 423rd of bin career. Mel Stottlemyre won his third; straight and Stan Bahnsen lostj his third straight for the Van-] kecs, who split with the Scna-| tors. j Washington tied the opener in the ninth inning on a two-run homer by Mike Epstein. But the Yankees loaded the bases with two out in the bottom of the 10th and then Pepitone tagged his grand slam. Pinch hitter Gary Holman's double broke an eighth inning tie and pushed the Senators to their second game victory and the split. Bobby Murcer bom cred in each game for New York, running his season's total to five. Detroit scored three runs in the ninth inning and then held off a Cleveland rally to beat the Indians. Hits by Gates Brown and Norm Cash combined with an error hy pitcher Vicente Homo and Al Kaline's sacrifice f ly gave the Tigers their three runs in the ninth. Then Tony Morton's two-run homer pulled Cleveland within one but the Indians fell short. Mickey Lolich got credit for the victory, his second of the season over Cleveland but the Tigers needed three relievers to retire the side in the ninth. MlllliililllBWIililW* I The I I Standings 8 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League East Division Chicago Pittsburgh Montreal . St. Louis . New York Phila'phia Atlanta Los Angeles San Fran. .. Cincinnati . San Diego .. Houston West Division .!)00 .700 .444 .400 .300 .222 n .800 .625 .500 429 .333 .300 from the crease to Larry Kee- Roaltcnriing^miig^hiis^egim^lo n a n who re|Hvcd (o S a b m l r i l l in Cheevers-while Flame' cone'e'n- t r n n t ° r l h e Los Angeles cage. Chce t r a t e s on setting up scoring lays for the soaring St. Louis. plays Blues. Chcpvers brushed aside .'Mi M o n t r e a l shnis Thursday night and Phil Ksposito triggered (he Bruins' a t t a c k with two goals Toronto s Johnny Bower, who picked up an assist in the 190.1 j p l a y o f f s , w a s t h e only other goaltcndcr to m a k e the postseason scoreshcct. Red Berenson. who had the and three assists in a 5 0 s h u t o u t | h a t ( r i c k in the Blues' Tuesday v i c t o r y over the Montreal Cana-j v k . ( 0 | y scura | a g a i n in tht , n m "'T'P victorv * a u l H , l t L J l M - r i o . ! TM ! assisted on l h r « - , n i Bruins back i n t o r o n i p n t i n n in "ing goal. Delcnseimm l ) a v e | t h e i r National Hockey L e a g u e ! A m a d i n and B r y a n Campbell Kas.t Division f i n a l p l a y o l f rips a f t e r a t: setbacks at M o n t r e a l ion f i n a l p l a y o l f sc- j comK ,(_.| C d for the K i n g s , pair nf s u d d e n - d e a t h ! . blanking Los Angeles 10 'I UPS , , , ^."tvisioi^inT'^ar Ma/or League Leaders the second coalir evrr to recm'd I an nssist in Cup p i n y ns thp \ Bhips pdged tlio K i n u s 3-2. j The Hrmns. d o u n 111 in t h e i r ] best-of-7 sft. r r . t c r l r i i n M o n t r e a l | ! V r l ap.iin Sunday afternoon. St. l.mi is t n k f ? its 2-0 ;idvant;mc over! By t h r Kind's tn I.os AntfoSos f o r ' San Antonio Pitching Holds Traveler Attack LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- San Antonio pitcher f) C an Burke iClcveland Thursday's Results San Francisco 5. San Diego 4 Montreal 7. Philadelphia 0, N Pittsburgh 4. New York 0. N Atlanta 9. Houston 3. N Chicago 3, St. Louis 0. N Only games scheduled Today's Games Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. N New York at St. Louis. N Atlanta at Cincinnati. N Houston at Los Angeles. N San Diego at San Francisco, N Only games scheduled Saturday's Games Chicago at Montreal Atlanta at Cincinnati San Diego at San Francisco Pittsburgh a Philadelphia. N New York at St. Louis. N Houston at Los Angeles, N Sunday's Games Chicago at Montreal. 2 Pittsburgh at Philadelphia New York at St. Louis Atlanta at Cincinnati Houston at Los Angeles San Diego at San Francisco American League East Division \V. I.. Pet. G.B. Baltimore . Detroit New York Boston Wash'n .700 .623 .5ofi .ri.Vi .400 .125 scattered eighl hits and drove | West Division ,, ... . , . K a n s a s Citv in two runs as the Missions t ' e 'l(;i 1 j ca( ; 0 ' foaled the Arkansas Travelers j Oakland 5-3 here Thursday night. ' S a t u r d a y "Thai' M a s r £n,-iH)rnf!in?'." H a r r y Sinden third giimi ,ll Stanley Cupl,. i( . ks B .,|, Hir-lnn C'nnch.' ,-·· Burke singled in a run in the sixth and plated another run w i t h an i n f i e l d grounder in the eighth. Arkansas' starting pitcher Brian Sinnott. blanked San An. ,,. |hi | :,:·-·'.:',rMi!::'j|j'; f i.;;nii.!|itonio for three innings but left _ | i n t h e fourth w i t h what w a s THE ASSOCIATED I'I'ES j hr | ioved to hc ,, pu i] c( ] muscle. American League j In other Texas League action. California Seattle .625 571 .500 .42!) .429 Thursday's Results 1 B i i t l i i i ) : (15 ill h a t s ) I lend- the Dallas-Fort Worth Spurs .·171: C. May. Chic., (·velainiefl after K u i i s - M u r e p r . N.Y.. 12 Cheevprs' acrobatics helped end i | ?nhi , !s( , ]K B , I:I . !L the C a n a d i e n s ' s k e i n ol suci-es , ,,,,,,, h . | t t r r j i n ^ ,, ,- c p r. SIVP p l a y o f f v i c t o r i e s at !!. ' I P x y . j|. H n f o n l . Ball.. 12. had a great g i m p t o n i g n t . He |||(s ,,,.,,,. nM ] 7 . Fr X.Y.. I V . Dnulili's·- Fr. Robinson. B a i t . . :; t i e r l nl. 4. Triple 1 - I I t i e r ] u i t h 1. | Home riii!^ l''r Robinson.! , i l t . . .V. Murcer. \'.Y.. .".. : Slulen hasps Harper. Spa., 6: · bombed Albuquerque w i t h 13 hits lo t a k e an 85 victory and |.- r | reserve catcher Randy Brown / hit it miivip.c." Montreal eapt'.lred the (' u ]· -H year hv s'vcepin:! i 1 ^ !;i'-l| iv^ ;. r air.( Inn;- nl t h e m . LMin'-t Si l.iiui- in i' 1 !*" 1 fm;ih The {'iin-idie:^ Yii'k i:i fnur i;i',i« t V s e;ir Boston !·! p..mt ill Moi)in-;|l iilte (Miic regular ···· l"r,. broke !' · nwdr hammered a three-run homer w i t h two out in t h e bottom of Ihe 10th inning to give HI Paso a I C O victory over A m a r i l l o . Shrpvcport was rained out at Memphis. O'Brien Inks Pact New York 7-2. Washington 35, l i s t game 10 innings Detroit 7. Cleveland R Baltimore 9. Boston 5 Only games scheduled Today's Games Oakland at Kansas City. N California at Minnesota. N Seattle at Chicago. N Baltimore at Washington. N Cleveland at Boston Only games scheduled ' Saturday's Games Oakland at Kansas C i t y California at Minnesota Seattle at Chicago the Iv flirln't pick up ;i i pbivnff flames "!'.iim an nil in record n| i lin'Mc ice. OTTAWA ( A l ' i - - liuster j O ' H r i c n a quarterback from the 5 tied L n i v e r s i t y of Richmond, signed three-vear contract Thursday » E «» 'i-x*.^*****!!* _ . « » ** "·HI ***** ·#· Dry Run On A Wet Track Garland Henley nf Old Dominion College (akcs no chances as he warms up for thp hurdle events Wednesday against the University of Richmond track team. Henley Track Competition Decided By Final Derby Tuneup Races By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS What colts will run against Majestic Prince and Top Knight and keep the Kentucky Derby two weeks hence from turning into a virtual match race? The answer may be forthcoming from two SlOO.OOO-added stakes on Saturday, the Wood Memorial at Aqueduct and the California Derby at Golden Gate Fields. How the Kentucky Derby cli- gibles perform in these last major preps for the big event in Louisville May 'A will determine their chances of starting in the first of the Triple Crown Clas sics for 3 year-olds. Five Kentucky Derby eligi netted a second in the 440 hurdles and a third in the 120 hurdles hut without the protection of his umbrella. Porker Golfer At Second In Top Tourney HOUSTON. Tex. (AP) -Chuck Brownficld of the University of Arkansas moved into a tie for second place Thursday in the All-American Intercollegiate Golf Tournament with a one-under-par 143. Brownficld shot a 71 Thursday to go with his first round 72. He is tied with three other golfers, seven shots back of Steve Melnyk of Florida. Other Arkansas golfers are far down the list. David Matthews is at 150 followed by Sam Brown at 153 and Tom McNair at 156. Arkansas is tied for lOlh place in the team medal play competition with a 602 score. Texas AM leads with 580. Coin' Fishing? don't forg«t PINNERS for mor* tfcOB 40 ynrl. HILKHXin WIHHIH l«wr«l. MM.4HU HILDEBRANDT'S SPINNERS GET SOME NOW AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE START SAVING FOR A HOME OF YOUR OWN Image won the Wood and went on to his controversial first place finish in the Kentucky Derby. Petronc. a french-breri and Nodouble. the top weights at 125 and 124, head the probables for the $75,000-added Century Handicap at Hollywood Park. Tcrribon. Box Man and American Native arc expected to contest in the $30.000 Spring Handicap at Sportsman's Park. Jean-1 Pierre is the likely choice in the $25,01)0 Kiggs Handicap at Pimlico with Lucky Turn and Balustrade the main contenders. The $20.000 Ben Ali Handicap at Kecneland. the $15.000 Green Valley H a n d i c a p at Gulfstream bles. Mr. Joe F.. Jay Ray. Gov- Park and the 515.000 Paul Re ernor's Party. Lonny's Secret (vore Handicap and the $10.000 and Fleet Allied, were among!Lady Godiva Stakes for girl the eight entered Thursday for j jockeys at the opening of Suffolk the California Derby at l l - 8 | D o w n s round out the weekend miles. ! national program. Governor's party, a stable-! ' mate of Majestic Prince, is t h e ] | top weight at 121 pounds, but' Mr. Joe F.. Lonny's Secret and Jay Ray, an invader from New j York, are rated the main contenders. Mr. Joe F. and Lonny's Secret finished second an third, respectively, to Majestic Prince in thp Santa Anita Derby. Rounding out the field of eight is No holme Jr.. King Loma nnd Big Mouth Sam. Dike, Reviewer and Rooney's Shield, who finished only a neck apart in the recent Gotham Mile, head thp probables for the Wood Memorial, also at 11-8 miles and at equal weights. 126 pounds. 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