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· · Nwrtiww* ArlMitM* TIMES, fat., April tt, IMt ' FAVITTIVILII. AMIANMf Phillies Slam Cards Into Cellar Post By TIIK ASSOCIATED I'HESS in the Kith tu give the San r'ran- ' " ' Cisco Giants a 12-8 victory over the floundering Astros. The husky catcher, who had knocked in three earlier runs with a homer and single, broke up the overtime struggle after reliever Dan Schneider filled the bases by walking Willie Mays and Willie McCovey following Bobby Bond's bunt single. In other National League A trap slammed shut on Jack Hiatt the first time he rushed to the rescue. The next time. Hiatt ilammed back. Hiatt. robbed of a game winning hit in the ninth inning Friday night when Houston right fielder Jesus Alou trapped his hasrs loaded liner and fired to out, the t .... ~dammed a bases-loaded lion ll-i:'.!!.«:'li. I wisiiiiiJiiiiM^ The Standings ;;;·: ftsa rei IN wmm WHMI ·i»inuiiinnijirui« IMI.WI iiin.ii.uniH Today's r.ascliall Rv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League East Division W. L. Pel. O.B. 12 5 11 B Chicago . Pittsburgh P h i l a ' p h i a N'pu- Vnrk Mmit real SI Loui 8 n in in \Vfst Divisir I...s AniiHcs 11 5 A t ' n n i ' i . . 1 1 1 R S:iil K r a n . .. !) li C';'.cinn;l!i . . R B S;.;i lift!o .. fi 11 .70(i .B80 .'12!) .Iflfl .:(".") .375 .mm .(i2fl .000 .571 .353 Baltimore . . 1 3 B .685 S'cw York .. 0 B .(WO Boston S r. .1100 letroil 8 7 .3:13 Vash'n 8 10 .441 Cleveland .. 1 13 .071 West Division Chicago . . . . 8 5 .lil.: Oakland ... 9 7 .JB:i \ansas City 8 7 .533 Minnesota . 8 7 .53;i ' . . . . 1 4 .222 Friday's Results '''ii..-.i!M ". New York 1 "hiladelphia 5. St. Louis i Pittsburgh 8. Montreal 2 f.os Angeles 3. Atlanta 1 Cincinnati 4. San Diego 1 Snn Fran. 12, Houston 8. 13 in I ' . I I I L ' S Today's Games Chicago at New York St. Louis at Philadelphia. Montreal at Pittsburgh. N Atlanta at Los Angeles. N Houston at San Francisco Cincinnati at San Diego Sunday's Games CHICAGO AT New York. 2 Cincinnati at San Diego. 2 Houston at San Francisco. 2 St. Louis at Philadelphia Montreal at Pittsburgh Atlanta at Los Angeles Monday's Gamps Cincinnati at San Francisco Chicago at Philadelphia. N' St. Louis at Pittsburgh. N Houston at Atlanta. N I.ns Angeles at San Diego. N Only games scheduled American League East Division W. L. Pel. i; G.n. light g-imes. I trimmed Atlanta Singer's four-hitter: Jim Malo icy tossed a four hitter as Cincinnati clipped San Diego 4 1 ; he Chicago Cubs topped the ·"Jew York Wets 3-1 on three loniers; Pittsburgh bounced Montreal 8 2 and Philadelphia downed St. Louis 5 1. Bonds opened the Giants' 1.1th with a bunt single off Schneider, the fifth Houston hurlcr. and Jim Davenport sacrificed. Schneider then walked Mays, in- cntinnally. and McCovey, cautiously, before Hiatt unloaded over the right field fence, hand ing the Astros their ninth loss in 10 games. The Giants, who blew an !! 5 lead in the top of the ninth when Angeles | apparent single on the short hop Powerful Track Schools Compete For Meet Honors In Two Top Natal Cinder Tests and nailed Davenport at the plate. Then Jim Hart forced Mays at home and Ron Hunt popped up, ending the bid. Singer. 4-0, struck out nine and blanked Atlanta after the opening inning as the Dodgers took sole possession of first place in the West Division--one game ahead of the Braves. Loser Phil Nickro, 3-1. wild pitched the tying run home in the first inning and the Dodgers moved ahead to stay with two unearned runs in the fourth, when two Nickro knucklcrs eluded catcher Bob Didier for costly passed balls. Maloncy breezed to his second victory without a loss, shutting out (lie Padres until the ninth. Pittsburgh pitdiev Steve Blass singled and scored the tying run n the fourth inning, then cracked a go-ahead triple in the ifth. The Pirates pulled away in .he late innings, hut Blass needed relief help from Chuck Har- enstcin in the seventh. Donn I'lendcnon stroked four hits for :he Expos. Grant Jackson scattered seven St. Louis hits and heat out a bunt in the sixth inning to touch off a decisive four run flurry against Bob Gibson, 1-2, as the Phillies ran their winning string to four games. The loss dropped the Cards into a last-place tie with Montreal in the East Division. top ol tne nmin wncn m u nic » «u..,.-» u,,n, ....*, , emirs by reliever Frank Lin/.y | "'hen Nate Colbert hit his sec- and shortstop Cesar Gutierrez|ond homer in two games. Catch- helped the Astros score three:or Johnny Bench's three-run unearned runs threatened to |homer in the fourth gave Main- end it in the bottom half. Iney all the help he needed. Danvcpnrt opened with a s i n - 1 Ferugson Jenkins tossed f Blc and Mays followed with a , s i x hitter and followed homer! double before Larry Dierkcr :·(··!hy Don Kcssingcr and Ron San I placed Fred Gladding on the ' I " with a solo shot of bis own » I mound. Dierkor walked M e - ] the Cubs beat Met ace Tom iC'ovey i n t e n t i o n a l l y , f i l l i n g t h c'Seaver. Ron Swobocla's sixth-in 'i i bases with none out Jalifornia .. S « .385 3 Seattle 5 0 3.17 :! Friday's If'sulls Washington 10. Cleveland :: New York 7. Baltimore 2 Boston 5. Detroit 1 California 6. Kansas City .1 Chicago 6, Minnesota 5 Oakland 14. Seattle 2 Today's Games Oakland at Seattle. N California at Kan. City. N T Minnesota at Chicago Boston at Detroit New York at Baltimore Washington at Cleveland Sunday's Games O a k l a n d at Seattle California at Kansas City Minnesota at Chicago Boston at Detroit Washington at Cleveland New York at Baltimore. 2 Monday's Games California at Seattle. N' Washington at Detroit. X Baltimore at Cleveland. N Boston at New York. N Kansas City at Minnesota Only games scheduled Miami Trips Pacers In Must Game Of ABA Playoff Series ny THE ASSOCIATED l»KKSS,ni)!hl. The M i a m i Floridians h a v c l . ^i'.^' 1 ". ' ^ forced the Oakland Oats into a | ^ oinl s "stave wailinfi Ramc and the Indiana '"j^. j n whi( . I'aeevs into at least one more ' · mrclinR in the- A m r r i c a n Ras-;,, 1 k r t b a l l Assoeialion's Eastern i homer deprived Jenkins But Alou came up with Hiatt'sJM. of a shutout. Record Smashed CORVAU.IS, Ore. (AP) - A 17-year-old senior at Marshfield HiRh School in Coos Bay. Ore., set a national high school record for the two-mile Kriday night, running the distance in 8:41.5. Steve Prcfontaine smashed the mark of 8:48.4 set in 1'lfiB by Rick Riley. then a Spokane high school student, now at Washington State University. DES MOINES. Iowa (AP) -| On tie track. Indiana sopho- · ' more Mike Goodrich zoomed out of the blocks to a record 9.2 for the university-college 100 during a letup in the wind and Texas AM sophomore Curtis Mills galloped to a 46.2 mark in the Rice, Kansas State and others found Tartan surface to their liking in the 60th Drake Relays Friday, but not Kansas, which suffered a day of frustration. Their hopes hanging on Jim Ryun at anchor in the four-mile relay, the Jayhawks were out of contention at the three quarters mark and Ryun had no chance to beat Texas-El Paso's win ning 16:39.1. The Big Eight Conference power then went after a third straight relays title in the 880. only to finish inches behind Rice's 1:23.2 meet record. Disappointments unfolded for Kansas after George Dyers. Mickey Mathews, Stan Whitley and Julio Mcade combined for a 40.4 meet record in a moring 440 relay preliminary. Although the effort was again only to qualify, a Ryun-anchored Kansas sprint medley team stood well back in the pack at 3:25.0 and ranked as an medley in 0 minutes JM we- ends dcspiw a scare Irom Wil l tam Mary. Marty Liquor,, the Wildcats' anchor man. frittered away all but one yard of a 20-yard lead More lie stopped 440. No running feats were more heralded, however, than those by Kansas State two-mile members in subduing Wisconsin. Accepting the baton behind Wisconsin's Ray Arrlngton. jun- io Ken Swenson rallied the Wildcats to the finish first in meet record 7:18.3. with a 1:47.2 anchor. Maybe they o u g h t to rename the Pcnn R e l a y s t h e V i l l a n o v a Relays. V i ! 1 a n o v a has dominated this track and field carnival for about a dozen years. This year appears no exception. Villanova was a stickout again Friday on the- opening program of the 75th annual track and field meet. The Wild- Michael, running a -1:02.7 mile leg, cut the l)ig Villanova lead Hi about a yard in the final lap but never could fiel P« st '^"'j 1 New York University was, th L Elliott's mile relay c '' m t u n e d in a 3:10.8 lu lead six qualifiers in that event, and refdslraKX^l .»).«"«'«.»!' survivors in the sprm mcdk* . Inhnwn C Sm th and loiiiu's- see should test the Wildcats m SS i m l l o final., while Tennessee underdog in Saturday's final. Icats of Coach Jim Elliott won While Kansas was faltering, jthe distance medley and quali- runners from Texas. Kansas | ficd for finals today in two other State and Indiana combined baton-passing events. They arc with Oregon State's unorthodox!entered in four races in all to- high jumper. Dick Fosbury. f o r j d a y and could win five titles for the other first-day Drake rcc-lthe second straight year orcls Villanova won the distance sweat. off a last-pcrioc i the Rues tied it '!)!!-:)« and coasted in from All live Oaks regulars Division playoffs. The Fluridians. down lo their last shot in the licsl-of-7 series, enme a l i \ c in the clutch and nipped the Pacers 1M-110 Friday night, w h i l e the Oaks thndically destroyed New loans 12B-1I4 to capture Western Division title in f o u r slraight games and w i n a berth in I he championship final plus two reserves scored in flou hie figures. Jimmy Jones was high for New Orleans with 27. New Orleans was down 1 4 , points early in the third period! when Oakland Coach Alex Han '.'·!'' i n u m emptied his bench. When i the lines lied it up in the final frame, l l a n n u m returned Ins starters to the floor and New Orleans scored only six points in n t h e championship l i n a l . , ho n c N t oight m i n u l c s . M i a m i g u a r d Don !· recmaii I|ltli . 111H - s Rnf ,,,,. Bl . own too it two free throws in the last 3?. ... ... : ls hl: seconds and Maurice M c l l a r t l e y game honors w i t h 41 points but his sharp shooting wasn't ap a f i f t h Same in stole the hall from the I'ac-rsi. h to ovc ,. com( , t hn Miami w i t h seconds remaining to sct| j n lhe socuntl hlllf |.-,, r . 1 1mllllll;i l °- r| Don Sidle. Miami's lead ... h scorer in the division play offs. was high for the Floridians with 27. The Pacers closed to within two points with 4?. seconds left but Freeman made one free throw in each of two one anil- one situations. McHarlley's I theft with less t h a n 10 seconds] I to go left the Pacers helpless. , 1 The Pacers' Mel Daniels, the| Bradford Tags Historic Homer in Chicago C H I C A G O r.APi ome, p r e t t y Rood "That's! ARA's most valuable player.] let's just :hem." said the Chicago W h i t e SON' s . .. . o u t f i e l d e r , w h o Friday n i g h t be- c a m e the i n i h man in history to hit a baseball cut of a n c i e n t Cuniiskey P a r k . B r a d f o r d ' s h i s t o r i c wallop came in t h e f i r s t i n n i n g w i t h a man on ha^e to cap a f o u r run r a l l y , w h i c h , coupled w i t h a l-'.n r u n u p r i s i n g i n t h e n i n t h i n i i i ! ^ . provided t h e Sov with a fi ·" \ r:t(! v A cr Hie M i n n e s o t a company; ,..,,, i n t n f m l ] trouble and was I'm glad to join t h u m | l o f i out w i t h 3:1.) left in the Ruddy B r a d f o r d . | ,,. imr alltl j|j;, m i ahead by nine points. Daniels played only 2C m i n u t e s and scored only 12i points. Young Net Star Drops Australian .. D A L L A S ' A P i · Stan S m i t h r . i i l i u r d ' : - . :,hol h i t the top of ,,f Pasadena. C a l i f . , lhc No .1 7.1 Inni r.i'if and ski|)]ied "Ut Hie pair, for Iiis f o u r t h homer s( , ( .,| ripped Hay l i u l l l c s of Aus ,,..,11:, K 3 R (; p^day n m h t to ad v;mce to the s e m i f i n a l s of l h e ! . , ,,. . ,,. l a s I n v i t a t i o n a M ennis l o n r - 'uainent. In other singles e r i . e . , . , ev M a i i l l e . Klslon H o w a r d . Mm ,Ben«lseii. Sweden, downed P h i l - | pie M i n o v i . Dave Nielio'.son a m l ; i i p |-, ( , nti A u s t r a l i a , li I. 1-d. I', ·?,; | n.»,^ P o w e l l . .T.unas Kocii. Bi\i/.il. heat . l i m l t h e M i l a l l i " ! [il.'uc! 1 t n prnpel a ball out of Comiskey Par!;, l.asl year in lui! g a n u s and 2ft1 t i m e s at bat be m a n a g e d only f i \ e home r u n s and a .'.117 a v e r a g e w i l h the S'i\. "I'm not d u i n g a n v t l u i m d i f ierent." said the 21 y e a r old Bradford. "I'm j u s t p l a y i n g reg u b r l y . T h a t ' s t h e only d i f f e r - ence." "Sure 1 s t r u c k oul a lot lasl year and I ' l l s l r i k e out a lot t h i s year, but I ' m not going to cut down on my s w i n g just In eul down on strikeouts." he said. Bradford wasn't sure at lirst If the homer was. t h e longest he has ever h i t . "1 hit. some p r e l l y giind shots nl K v a n s v i l l e hut I guess t h a t probably w a s lhe longest." Cztchs Whip Yonks MONTRVIDEO, U r u R u a y (AP) - Czechoslovakia, the defending champions, whipped the United States in three straight »ets Friday night in the men s world volleyball championship. . li i and Tom K d l e l s e n , I ' u r l \ \ a l | t ,,n H.-acii. Kla.. tripped Pancho · C l u / m a l l . l''.cliatlor. 'Hi. 0 II. d -1. Cage Scores , B v THE ASSOCIATED 1'IIES i ' NBA Finals Friday's Hcsull 1 l.os Angeles I HI. 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