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· Ntrttiw** ArimnMt TIMES, Tnurt,, April 22, 1976 Major League - Baseball * PitU BT Tli" Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE E»H W L e 3 5 3 6 6 4 S Sew York Chicago St. ; 'txniU Montreal Pet .667, .625 .500 .444 HotlMon Crncinnah Atlanta · San Fran Sail Dlcgo · Los -Ang W«l 8 2 ft .400 .375 GB 111 214 615 -4 600 « 6 4 600 !i 5 S -oOO 1V4 5 « 4 D 2 2 8 .200 . 4« Wednesday's Results ..Philadelphia 3. Pittsburgh 0 Cincinnati 5, San Diego 4 St. Louis 7. New York 4 Montreal at Chicago, suspended. darkness Atlanta 3. San Francisco 0 Houston 1, Loo Angeles- 0. 16 innings Thursday's Games -Manlreal (Kirby 0-0) al Chi cajo (R Rejschel 00) Los Angeles (Rail 1-0) at Hcuilon (Cosgrove 0-0). (n) .Only games scheduled _ · ,, Friday'* Games Cincinnati at Montreal 'Atlanta at Philadelphia, (n) Ne« York at Houston (n) St Louis at San Diego (n) Chicago at Los Angeles (n) Pittsburgh at San Francisco, (n) __ AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pel. GB .178 -714 1 .500 .500 .429 Cardinals Down Mets 7-4 In Wild Comedy Of Errors With Little Kicking, It's Not Safe Anywhere By HERSCHRI, NISSENSOM AP Sports Writer The New York Mots were bit or thrown at so many limes during Tuesday, night's bean- ball war with the St. Louis Cardinals that they ; shied- away :rom anything resembling a ba seball'. Wednesday. As a result of Iwo botched 3op flies, one butchered ,ball in teft field and a couple o[ wild pitches ' they: brought back memories of Ihe fledgling 1962 Mets and dropped a 7-4 comedy of errors to the Cards. Elsewhere League, the in the National Atlanta Braves shut out the Satj Francisco Gi ants 3-0 with Andy Messersmith notching a- million-dollar save t h e Philadelphia . Phillie; b l a n k e d ' I h e Pillsb-jrgh Pirates 3-0; the Cincinnati Reds edged the San' Diego Padres 5-4; the Houston Astros nipped the Lo= Angeles Dodgers 1-0 in 16 in nings, and .the Montreal Expos ed the Chicago Cubs 11-3 when darkness forced a suspension after six innings. The game, will uc completed today The fun in SI. Louis bcgan-in the Cards' second. Ted Simmons doubled and Mickey Lolich wild pitched him to third. Simmons headed for home when calclier Jerry Grole had trouble following the bouncing ball and scored when Crete's high throw glanced oif Lolich's glove- at the plate. Lolich then fanned Mike Anderson, but the i n n n strike v-z «iv *-c ' ' pitch and, Anderson reached safely That one didn't hurl and. at though. St. Louis picked up a run in the f o u r t h ' w h e n Simmons scored from firsl as left Louis si\th with a citcliable pop th thai fell bcU\een tirsl ascmau M Kianepool and second baseman I ch\ Mill in or a gilt dojble Lohc.h retired he nc\t hvo battcis but Smith :he fourth out. tied t h e'score iuth a home run Anderson not one lo look a gill horse In Ihc mouth was credited with a double uhen his Avaln. ccn- .oisctair and fielder Benny butcher - boy Ayala w i t h played Reggie Smith's single! the Mets led 4-2 in the sixth, wilh Lolich cou Iribulmg a pair of ke\ singles Bul Vic Harris opened Ihe St pop-up fell among teitictdcr Bruce Bi sliortslop Mike Phillips Ron Fairlj singled Anderson home ,incl scored on Don Kcs singer 5 double. The Cardinals, 1 however, didti'l f a k e kindly to being u» staged laugh-wise in their own ballpark So «hen u inning pitcher Harry Rasmlissen rap IKd an apparent double, scor ing Kcssinger, he was caller o u t ' tor failing to touch first base. Braves 3, Giants 0 Dick Ruthven'and Messersm i New York r ,Milnkee Boston t r Detroit -, Cleveland Baltimore 7 5 1 5 S 4 4 3 4 4 8 West 6 4 6 5 4 .400 3tt Texas 6 4 .605 -; Oakland 6 S .5" « , Chicago 4 4. oOQ 1 California 5 7 4 1 7 2 ' K a n - C i t y 3 5 3 7 5 Z Minnesota 3 7 .300 1 W*dne«Uy's Results : Ke\v York 10, Chicago 7 'Te'xas at Cleveland, ppd rain "Kansas City at Milwaukee, ppd r rain Baltimore 5, California 1 "Detroit 7, Oakland 3, *" Thursday's Games ·Kansas City at Milwaukee, (tO Friday's Games -Texas al Detroit Oakland at Cleveland (n) -Kansas' City at New York, California at Milwaukee, (n) Boston at Chicago," (n) Only games scheduled Sabres, Kings, Leafs Need Wins To Stay Alive In NHL th' combined on a six-hit shutout. Ruthverii who siriglcri home lie fitial i"jn in a Hiree-iu» second Inning · alter Dan-el'Chan- cy's two-run single, blanked the Giants for seven 'ilinings but was lifted in Hie eighth aller IcadofE .single and a walk, Messcrsmilh. signed- .for $1 nrillLcKi a s ; a free agent, got Claris Speicr lo g r o u n d ' i n t o , a double play and Ken Reilz bounced out to end Ihe threat: Phillies'3, PIrntcs 0 Mike Schmidt belled his seventh home run in 1 the'last, .four games and .Tom Underwood and Tug McGraw corribined to limil Pittsburgh to scyciVlliHs The Phils got tiie only rim thej needed in Ihc first, inning on Jay ~V Johns tone's double ant jreg Luzinski's single". Schmidt ··omered hi the eighth, but was ipsei because he lias struck out 14 times in 37 at-bats. I'm. an easy out mine joori, By FRANK BROWN ; AP Sports Writer The best-of-seven National Hockey League quarter-final playoffs have become a hest-bf- one series ~ for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Buffalo Sabres and Los Angeles Kings, H of whom .must win tonighl lo stay alive in -Stanley Cup com- jetllion. Toronto and Los Angeles at east will have the home ice advantage - in their attempt to stave off an onrushing summer vacation'. The Maple Leafs won both oE " their home games against defending champion Philadelphia to even the series at 2-2 before (he Flyers took Tuesday night's contest 7-1, The Kings split their home games against the Bruins, but won once in Boslon, The" Sabres, who show a dismal 3-12 "record in playofl games on Ihe road since they entered the league in 1970-71 will have to hope the law of av e'rages is with them against the Islanders. New York,' which ost the firsl two games" in Buf fa)o, tins won .Ihe last three and can clinch ,a semifinal berth onight at Uiriondale^ N.-Y. If Ihe Flyers, Bruins and Islanders complete quarter-final play tonight, they-, would join the Montreal Canadiens" -who swept past Chicago in four games -- in a 'semifinal round which could begin as early as Pro Hockey By The Associated Prwi NHL Playolfs Quarlpr finals Best-flf-Seren Serl« Tharsday'a Game* Buffalo at New York Island Philadelphia at Toronto --Boston at Los Angeles Sunday's Game* ·lids Angeles at Boston, if nee tssary .Toronto at Philadelphia, il necessary : -New. York Islander* at Buffalo, if necessary cgin Saturdaj The Canadietis \\ould play t h e Islanders and · (he Bruins would meet .the Flyer* in Philadelphia. Three learns will do their best to k : ep that from.happen ing tonight. 'When i t L comes down .lo a situation like this, the bloody home ice advantage doesn't make that much of a .difference."- insisted Sabres Geneml Manager Punch Imlach. "It's who wants,to win the most; If we want-It most, we have the horses to win. But they'll be . in for a struggle against the Islanders whose, aggressive hitting game has slowed down the free-skating Buffalo forwards. "For a leam like ours, whose -game is lilting, we, 1 re more accustomed o it," said -New York defense- man Denis PoLvin. "They don't inve everyone who hits, just a ew. We've got everybody \ylio hits; Hitting also w i l l ; b e Ihe focal point of Boston's assault on a semifinal berth. "When you in- iniidale a tt*Jm, you have,the advantage and It's a big advan ,age," says Bruins'wing Hnnk N'owak. "They (the..Kings) are jiving'us'that extiu couple of seconds now because they know .hey're going lo get nailed. Of course hitting is uhat led lo the arrest of .three ,Flyers plajcrs a ueck go in Toronlo Helnrning 1 t o . I h e scene: of the alleged'crime in hopes of finishing off the. Leafs, the "Flyers , Three" say they want (o forget the past'and look to the future, '\Ve're here io play'hockey, nothing else," said a serious Don Saleski:' "What happened has happened, and that's up lo ether people now. It's .forgotten. What we're concentrating on now is wrapping Ihis thing up. Boston Celtics Post 107-98 Win Over Buffalo In Semifinal Play between runs and (Hat's ,nol he slid 1 m hitting a lot of home runs right now but I'm stilt not swinging Ihe bat good. Herts 5, I'a'flres 4 Ken Griffey's two-run single iriggercct a five-run 'third inning for Cincinnati. GriHey ;tole second 'and scored on a single .by Tony Perez, 1 "Singles by George - Foster and Cesar Geronirnu produced Ihe fourth rim vihrl the fifth .scored :on ;horlstop Hector TSarre.s' throwing error. Mike Ivie drove in three San Diego runs with a double and single. Astros 1, Dodgers 0 Jose Cruz' single with two out in the IGth inning scored Larry iMilbburne - from second base. The winning hit eaiho' off re ; liever Stan Wall after Milbourne had singled and stolen second base and .Jerry DaVa- nou uas intention il! walked The game started as i\ [Jitchmg due 1 be E ween i I o - j ston 's J Ji. Richard, who went 10 innings, and Tommy John of Hie Dodgers, who worked seven, .Expos 11, CUMS 3 Mike Jorgensen anc! Jerry While homered for Montreal while Tim Foti had a single, iouble and t r i p l e ' a n d drove in :wo runs. Before its "suspension, .he game started 15 nn'nules !ale and was halted four times ) ram Jose Cardenal and teve T Swisher had Chicago home runs By GRANT.HALL TIMKSSporls-Editor Don Bojce UBS gi\itig his offensive linemen some inslruc- ion prior to .Rnzbrback football )' r H c t i c c Wednesday. They iailn'1 worked since Saturday so he-'was reminding them of a few basics, like blocking niul tnockirig - Hie fool out of 1 , the oilier guy, Hut lie kept getting inlcrrup' led by flying footballs. Steve Little "was practicing field goals from the 40-yard Jinc. .Boycc had figured. UTbe safe inside Ihe new athletic building, but lie and his linemen weren't pro tected in the least Little kept whizzing footballs past their cars P t u d i t j 11 eyisperalion Bn\ce jelled 'Move up a little/Steve, so you can kick 'em. oh lop o f ; the building. Little-.moved lip five yards and kicked 'em on top of the building. After practice head coad Frank Broj les would s o 'Steve is-.kicking better .than e\ er Someone asked me th other day why I was tiring Inn out- by having "him punt anc placckick, too. My answer 'Wouldn't you want to keep him hapn * He behe\ cs punting has strengthened his leg lor placekicking. Broyles added, "Really,, it' not fair to ask him to do both But t sure hope he does KIRKLAND KICKS Down on the grass practic field, former quarterback-place kicker-punter Mike Kirklan had also been ments. \Vticn P racticing place walked bac into Razorback Stadium trainer Dean Weber spotte his kicking -shoe, Weber sait 'Getting ready for Baltimore huh? 1 Kirklarid!. 'who will go t Baltimore this weekend to ge a prchmmirj look f t n m Hi Coils, ^miled sheepishly an said, '"GoUa . ,be " ready fo everything. 'iMul-tic purpose!" exclaimc Weber, feigning surprise, Another former Porker, Floj Hogan, -lazed near the athlet building. Hogan is now icmbcr of the British Colnnv a Lions of the Canadian Fool- ill League. Surely he haled 'ay ing in .the cold, someone uggcsled. 'Mo, really it doesn't get that old in Vancouver," he said. And I'm Rciting more money p there; loo. Sllll, he's playing 'oul Ihe plion year of his contract this cason. "Unless tbey give me $80,000 cbntracl wllh ' a oO 000 bonus ho quipped Marsh White the c\ Hog and nrrerit New York Gianls full- ack, was siding nh\t to Hogan nd he cracked uo. KNEE INJURY Hogan played one game, for Lioi~ uffenng his first rious knee: ijury and having to undergo urger\ ' I hope I t s Ihe lasl ime," he said. Out on the _ _ Astroturf, the jffcnsc was having a spirited Iriil against the defense. Before iractice, Broyles had admon- shed them to pla e\cn down ike it's *he ball.game. EVERY DOWN. They'. must have, because afterward Broj les said The offense will have better execu- ion this neck" Thc \\on t mis read as often as they did Satur- da\ We needed this kind of who especiallj practice. One guy needed it was receiver Cotton Tolnay, who suffered a sprained ankle the' first day * of practice and only returned Wednesdas He II probably play some Saturday said_Broj les but ie may limp, nothing else. From habit, if Broyles said the Red team may throw passes this many week, after tempting just U in the high wind here last Saturday The Red-While ; wrap-up Little Rock Saturday night begins at 7 3D ' We could ha\c 30,000 lo 40,000 people," Broyles said. "It all depends on the wcalher.' The last two years it's been threatening, The weather was so beautiful here 'Wednesday that the only thing threatening was Steve Little's Foot. Reggie Smith Breaks Slump, Thanks Lolich -,ST. -LOUIS CAP) -- The St. Louis Cardinals' Reggie Smith has snapped out of a.slump-and Is thanking an .old friend, I'd always had pretty good seasons ". against him." recalled Smith, who Wednesday r ro- ncwcd his acquaintance 'with (he New York Mets' Mickey Lolich and celebrated with a homer and two singles. "He has been a slow starter. 1 ' Smith said of Lolich. a former American I cTgue r i v a l with Detroit who suffered a 7-4 loss, ."but when he gets, in a groove he's a tough pitcher. ' Tile Lv!iC*i giOO\c ' j v Inch Smith referred was absent a I most from the start despite six strikeouts registered by, the 35- year-old Mets southpaw, in 5 2-J innings SI, Louis nabbed a. l - O " lead against Lolich who uncorked two wild pilches in the second mmng Ihen fell behind J 2 before the former AL star .faltered A Vic Harris double in th» sixth was the Cards fifth hifc off Lolich", who then .easily retired Lou Brock and Ted Simmons, Bui ; Smith stepped In next and, after working the count la 2-2, pounded his second home run, of the season to produce a 4 4 tic 'When 'I struck out i n - t h « second' inning 1 was trying jo move the runner over." said Smith, whose blast at Ihe plate was followed by a Mike Anderson's double signaling LolLch'i departure. 'I've -had my share of fine days against him," -.said -the switch-hilling -Card, who was Lolich's rival white a member of-the Boston Red Sox. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jack Ramsay will tell you that J tb{ Boston Celtics are one of the most.physical clubs in the National Basketball Association -- ;and his Buffalo Braves have the marks lo prove it 'I would like to .have 'seen better control by the officials," said Ramsay after losing a 10798 decision in the opener of the NBA's .Eastern semifinal playoffs Wednesday - night, "It was WHA Playoffs B«sl-of-7 Series Wednesday'^ Results United. States Semifinals New England 3, Indianapolis i. New England l«adi series 2- Houston 3, San Diego 6, Hous ton leads series 1*0. Friday's Gannett United Sta4e a Semifinal* Indianapolis at New England San Diego at Houston Canadian Division Finals Calgary at Winnipeg, firsl game Saturday's Games Unlt*d Stales ScmHlnals New England at Indianapolis Sunday's Games United Slates Semifinals Houston at San Diego Canadian Division Finals Calgary at Winnipeg very physical, folding game. aggressive. One of the most physical"of the Celtics, as usual, was Dave Cowens f who scored 30 points despite ^an injured heel. were up lo their old ' roughhouse tricks, ently undisturbed lajoff by a appar- 10-day In-other NBA playoff action Wednesday 'night, the Washington Bullets defeated the Cleveland "Cavaliers ' 109-98 and tied iemif[nal series el two games apiece. T h e Cavaliers : entertain Washington in tonight's action while the Golden : State Warriors, Jeading 1-0 in their Western semifinals, play the Detroit Pistons, The Phoenix Suns, holding a 3-1 lead in the other Western semifinal, won't get-a chance lo nail.clown that.series until Sunday when they meet the Super .Sonics in-Seattle. JoJo White added 27 poinls-fo the Boston cause while John Havlicck contributed 22 as ton opened Hs bid for a 13th NBA title. Cowens, playing all bul Ihe final seconds, grabbec Ross Walker Is Man To Beat In SWC Tennis Tourney | Travs Defeat Lafayette 7-4 } LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The t Arkansas Travelers capitalized i on seven walks and .sloppy de' fensive play Wednesday night 1 to defeat the Lafayette Driller* \ 7-4 in a Texas League baseball f Arkansas went ahead for j good with three runs in Ihc sec- i ond inning on a walk, an error, t a walk, a wild pilch, a passed ball, another walk and a single. Five of Arkansas' seven r u n s uyire scored by players who had walked. "Righthander John Urrea, 2-0, was the winning pitcher despite yielding 13 hits, including four to 5-foot-5 Wendell Kim. Mike Rowland, 0-1, was the losing pitcher. Both Arkansas and I-afayette now have 4-4 records, fftod for second place in the Texas Eastern Division, WACO, Tex. (AP5 -- ' H o u s ton's Ross Walker, defending Southwest Conference cha'm- pion in both singles and doubles, was (he man to beat again toda yas conference tennis tournament, opened here. The senior from London rolled to an unbeaten record in SWC play and was expected to earn with Dan Valcntincic to orm the top-rated doubles .earn. Thanks to Walker, the University of Houston is favored to w in both Ih e indi vi dual and team championships of the lounarnenl which r u n s through Saturday, · ' Texas and Southern Melod- ist also are strong contenders to win the championship, while Rice and Texas Christian are in challenging positions- Arkansas, Texas AM, Texas Tech and host Baylor also en tcred six, singles players and three doubles teams in llic lour namenl' which is operaling un der a new format Inis year. The tournament, actually, i ine tournaments in one with all matches counting toward thi inal team standings. In th past, the SWC team champipi vas decided in round-robin mm notches, 'with the (ournameh determining only the singles an doubles champions. But this year, matches wo and lost in (he tournament als I count loward the Icanr championship. There will h p layoffs in six singles and thrc doubles brackets, based on th rankings of the players at eac school.' Other top individual pc formers included Gary Plock Texas, Buddy Bowman of A kansas, Brice, Alexander Rice ancl TCU's Randy Cra\ ford. In the race for the team till Houston held a slight edge ov Texas with one match re ma i ing, 55-3 to 57-15. SA1U he third with a record of 51-21, fo lowed by Rice 38-34, TCU 32-. Arkansas 33-39, AM 20-4 Tech 11-52 and Baylor 3-63. - Top HS Cager Signed ( MEMPHIS. Tenn, (AP) -I Memphis Slate, has added the j nation's leading junior college f rehounder to ils list of recruits. t John Derrick, a S-fool-9 fflr- £ ward from McClennan Junior f Co!l«gc at Waco, Tex,, signed a / n a t i o n a l letter of Intent '"· Wednesday with the Tigers, s Derrick was Ihe ntlion'; £ leading rebounder with a 20.3 j pir game, average. He also $ »cor«d 21.9 points p«r game ? but season a» McClennan post- I Ml · 30-S rtcord. MFA Life fnsuranctj FOR THE TWO OF:YOU ' Together in one policy-one premium MFA Dual Protector Joint Deere**mg Term Lift Incurtne* That Can Protect The Mortgage On Your Home Fiyetierllto Pbone 521-7111 rebounds, had.seven assists five steals Hi ant effort. VhUe had eight in another assists ant FHS Girls Claim First Place In Annual Tigerette Relays . 'Most of them were in Detroit because they didn't r ·di ·ee steals, to go wilh his scor 'he , Cell tcs turned on'.llieir ·cisive drive early in the third riod as Cowens and White led surge which carried Boston to 15' point advantage. BulJets 109, Cavaliers 9S Reserve guard Clem Haskins ored 22 points and forward ck Weatherspoon - added 19 in s first start of Ihe arking Washington' evelanrt. The ; victory ended ashi nglon's four- game losihj ' home, The^BulIels, held below the two overcame a 10-poinl previous .quarter deficit ' and inls mes, cond ored more points in each of e quarters than -they .did in II evibus periods. Weatherspoon .scored seven ql s points in the third quarter the Bullets broke away from 51-51 ha] [time score lo take a 8-70 lead. Stuttgart Race Has Large Field SIUTTGART Ark (AP More than ,150 cars .are expected,to be entered in the annual Giand Pnme Gi nid P n \ Saturday arid Sunday" at Stuttgart Entries ha\e already be-on re ceivcd ! from-; 15' states for the races which are sanctioned by he Sports C a r - C l u b of Amerca. The drivers compete for 3mnts toward regional and national championships. There will be "eight! regional races Saturday involving .24 classes of: cars. The cars are jroken 'down into five classes -- formula, sedan, sports-racing cars/showroom stock and production. There will be the six halional races Sunday with 2rclas3cs in four categories -- formula, sedan, spoils 'racing cars and production, There is an over-all winner and various class, winners in each race. The drivers will compete on a 2.00 mile course Hi at. includes eighl curves. More lhan 170 entries were received in 1975. ARKADELPHIA -- The ; Fay etteville High Schobl'girls track (cam 1 placed first in (he; 14th Annual Tigerette Relays at the Ounchila Baptist University here Wednesday, Fayeltevillc tallied 108 points to lead the 18-team field. Watd- ron finished in second place with 67^ points; Bcebe -_was (bird with 61 a n d ' Emerson fourth wilh 50. Individually .for Fayetteville, Kathy Morgan-placed first in the discus with 'a 112-11 toss. Miss Morgan also finished ccond m the shot put vuth a throw and third in the Fayetleville's final - meet of the year uill be the State Meet ' "on Tuesday, 'Jacksonville 4 oftball icave. Paula Faircs took first place n the 50-yard dash with a 6:5- second time and.fourlh in the Bet- t h e toss with · a . 175-foot . 100-yard dash in . . sy Broyles Was third in discus with a 95-11 throw. ·Vicki Williams took first in . e : 110-yard hurdles in H.G seconds 'and 'finished second in he 80-yard hurdles in 11-0. Katiiy McClain was second in the 220-yard dash in 2S.3 and lebbic McClain was third the '110 yard hurdles in 15.8. marie- up of Paula Faires, rcla tc^n) Vicki Williams, Debbie McClain and Kathy McClain, finished f u s t m both the 440 rclru ( a23) and the 880 relay ( 1 4 8 9 ) Haiti Love. Brenda Faires, Kalhy -McClain and -Debbie McClain; made up.. Ihe . mile relay- team, which took first place in the event with a 4:32.2 clocking. Chiefs Sign Several KANSAS CJTY (AP) -- The KarisasjCily Chiefs, signed sev en free agents Thursday, including defensive end James Wolf,: who played for the Pittsburgh Steelers when (hey won a world championship in 1974-75. Wolf was Pittsburgh's sixth- round draft choice, in 1974 arid played mostly ' on specialty teams; He was cut by the Steel- ers during training camp last year and played briefly for Toronto of the Canadian Football League Other frcc : agent sigriees were running back Carlos Greene, Central Missouri; linebacker Wliarlon Foster, Baylor; linebacker Lynn Young, Henderson State; linebacker. Rick Spain, r»n»inj» back Auburn, and Smith, North very many left-handers in Boston." Smith added. "Today he gave me : two fast balls and I was readj for both Smith's Homer thwarted . Lolich's try f o r ' - a first National I m g u e \iclon Skip Lockwood cime on to face Ron I-airly aflei Anderson doubled Falrlv pinch single snapped the 4-4 deadlock and Don Kessi- ngcr and Smith, later drove in additional SI. Louts runs. \Vhile Lolich expressed no keen - disappointment. Smith made no attempt to hide h i s bialitude for a three hit performance that pulled him out of a 2-for-l7, slump". 'I was concerned about whether I was hillingj 1 Ihe' ball hard," /said , the Cards' o.ut- . fielder, who began the day with a 147 average For a while I wasn't even doing that, 'He rha'dc.some.good.pitches and lie made, some bad ones," New'York iMa'nager Joe Frazicr said of Lolich, 0-3, whom the Mets obtained in a winter trade for 'Rusty Slaub. I 'threw the ball belter than the last time I pitched," Lolich satd hopefully, "I seem lo be stronger and, really, that's the most importanl thing foi an otd like mo. . . in Mitzi Jackson guard t.arry Texas State. NKWVORK BTLOU1S n h r h b Surprised Coach EAST:LANSING, Mich: (AP) -- Juri Heath cote, new Michigan Stale University basket ball coach, seemed somewhat surprised that there were some 50 reporters" aL'-h is inaugural news conference recently. . . h b i BciiVclair cf 4 2 ?· l\ M«l«nT« cf 5 0 1 ft Mllfau 3b 5 0 3 1 Hnrri* 3b 4 2 2 0 WGArrelt 3b 4 0 0 1 H reels If 4 Q O f l Kmepool Ih . 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