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10--The Cumberland News Tmsday, September f, 1969 Rod Laver Cops U.S. Open Crown To Complete Tennis Grand Registers 30tti Straight Match Win Over Roche Adds Honor To Aussie, French, British Titles by WILL GRIMSLEY Associated Press Sports Writer FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP)| -- Rod Laver, hitting his back- hands like a thunderclap, smashed young Tony Roche in a muggy, rain-interrupted battle of Australian icft-handers 7-9, 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 Monday for a U.S. Open victory that established him undeniably as the king of! all tennis. It was the 30th straight match 1 triumph for the 31-year-old con-j tract pro from Queensland, hisj 13th tournament success of the; year and the final leg of the cov- eted grand slam. In adding the American to the Australian, French and Wimble- don titles, he duplicated a sweep as a professional which only two men had achieved in the past- Don Budge in 1938 and Laver himself in 1982, both as ama-! teurs. Nabs Richest Purse The first prize ol $16,000--th£J game's richest--boosted Laver's ! earnings for the year to $105.030, making him the top tennis money winner of all time. There was another point of sa- tisfaction in the victory for the frail-looking pro with the shock of copper-colored hair and the left arm that is twice the size of his right. In seven meetings earlier this year, Roche, at 24, seven years Laver's junior, had beaten the rocket from Rockhampton, at Queensland village, in head-to head meetings. "I have seen them all from Bill Tilden down to today," one HE'S THE CHAMP--Australian Rod Laver holds his cup high after winning the U.S. Men's Open singles tennis title at Forest Hills, N.Y., Monday from countryman Tony Roche. Laver won, 7-9, 6-1, 6-2 and 6-2. (AP Photofax) gray-haired man in a blue offi- cial's jacket was heard to com- ment as he left the West Side Stadium. "This man is the most consummate player I have ever seen." Last Match Delayed The final match, the ninth all-Australian men's final here in the last 14 years and the first all-lefty duel since Neal Fraser St. Louis Edges Phillies 4-] On Shannon Homer Slams Two Run Shot In Sixth PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - Mike Shannon hit a two-run burner and veteran Jim Granl and rookie Chuck Taylor combined to pitch a four-hitter Monday night as the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Philadel- phia Phillies 4-3. Grant came on with the bases loaded and two out in the eigth and retired Rick Joseph on one pitch to save Taylor's seventh victory in nine decisions. The Phillies had loaded the bases on a pair of walks and a single by Ron Stone. Walks to Dave Watkins and Tony Taylor and Johnny Briggs' 10th homer of the season accounted for the hour, 35 minutes late because of a flash shower. When it was finally started, after a helicopter was flown into the concrete stands to dry the wet grass, only two sets and one game could be played before the action had to be stopped again for 30 minutes. The center court was so chopped up that it looked as if Arnold Palmer had been prac- ticing nine-iron shots for two hours. Divots were as big as baseballs. Both players were cold and unsteady in the opening set and there were seven service breaks --a rarity in men's tennis--be- fore the set was finally decided in Roche's favor. The unseeded patchwork team of Darlene Hard of Los Angeles and Francoise Durr of France won the women's doubles with an 0-6, 6-3, 6-4 victory over top- seeded Margaret Court of Aus- tralia and Virginia Wade of Britain. Woody Fryman suffered the loss, his 12th against 11 defeats. The Cards scored in the third when Lou Brock singled with two out and scored on Curt Flood's double. Joe Torre walked in the fourth and scored on singles by Phil Gagliano and Byron Browne to make it 2-0. The Cards added two more in the sixth when Gagliano walked and scored on Shannon's 12th round tripper. [ary's two-run homer climaxed a four-run first inning and led the Houston Astros to a 9-2 victory over San Diego Monday night, snapping a four-game Padre winning streak. With the score tied 1-1 in the third, Johnson, a righthander who compiled a 16-4 record at Appleton of the Class A Midwest League this season, walked four batters to force in the winning run. Tommy Harper walked and after he stole Tils 66th base, Johnson issued successive bases on balls to Danny Walton, Steve Hovley and Don Mincher. Steve Whitaker hit a first inuing homer for the Pilots and Buddy Bradford reciprocated or the White Sox in the second. After retiring the first two )atters in the ninth, Gelnar gave up singles to Luis Aparicio and Ron Hansen to put runners on first and third but then got Bill Melton on a fly out to end he game. Steve Barber, who worked he first seven innings, gained credit for the victory, his third n seven decisions. San Diego ouslnn Crokins. Little Sentinels Top Keyser 16-8 Hoyle Scores All Fort Hill Points Box: St. Louis Brock If Flood cf Javier 2b Torre c Philadelphia ah r h bl b r h bl 5 1 2 O.TTaylor 2 b 3 1 0 0 5 0 2 1 Briggs c f 3 0 0 0 Allen Ib 3 1 0 0 Callison r f Galliano Ib 3 1 1 0 Hisle c f Shannon 3b Browne rf 4 1 1 2 Stow r f 4 0 1 1 Johnson If 5 I I 3 4 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 DeVanon si 4 0 2 0 Joseph 3b 4 0 1 C CTaylor p Grant p Totals St. Louis Philadelphia DP-St. Louis Philadelphia 9. IB-Flood. Brock. Briggs (101. Taylor W 7-2 Grant Fryman L 11-12 Boozer Save-Granl (4). T-2:22. A-2,025. -end repeat-. 3 0 0 0 Watkiiw c 1 0 0 0 Money a s Fryman p Rojas ph Boozer p Harmon ph M 4 9 4 Totals 1 1 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 3 S J 000000003-- 3 1. LOB-St. Louis 7 HRs Shannon (12) Ip S rerbhsn 72-3 4 0 0 fi 4 11-3 1 3 3 2 2 7 7 4 4 3 4 1 2 0 0 0 Philadelphia Eagles Obtain George Mira Craig Hoyle scored two touch- downs and two PATs yesterday to lead Fort Hill JVs to a 16-8 conquest of Keyser in the season pu^T?^ 1 'TM 1 *, u ^-TMe opener at Keyser. Philadelphia Eagles obtained Keyser opened the scoring i n lf u a r t erback George Mira the second period on a ten yard jaunt and two point conversion HII ° ELP " IA the San Francisco 49ers Mon- day in a trade for defensive end by Buddy Simpson. The Little and of fensive tackle Randy Sentinels knotted it in the follow- Be ' sle r. ing quarter with Hoyle going in General Manager Pete Retz- from the 18 yard stripe and add- l a f f wno announced the trade Ing the point after. Hoyle"si here said tnc 49ers also will second score, an eight yard r u n j r e c e j v e tw ° future draft in the final period, broke ihe| choi . ces - tie and gave Fort Hill t h e j M i r a. former University of decision. Miami passing wizard was the Fort HiH was denied a third 49ers second draft choice in touchdown when a penalty nulli-' 6i964 - His six year record with fied a 50 yard scoring sprint by" Les Trimble. Keyser had a drive stopped in the third quarter when Fort Hill's Mark Rowley intercepted an errant pass on the Sentinels the J9ers shows 112 completions in 240 attempts for 1,711 yards and 17 touchdowns. Beisler, fi-5, 255 pounds and 24 years old, was the Eagles first draft choice out of Indiana in He plays both defensive Houston Halts Padres Winning Streak By 9-2 Plan Announced For Divisional Playoff Series One Game Will Break Any Tie NEW YORK (UPI)--Plans for one-game playoffs to dissolve possible divisional ties and determine the teams which will play in the championship series preceding the World Series this year were an- nounced Monday by baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn. . If no playoff is required, the best of five-game series be- tween the Eastern and Western Division winners in the National and American League will begin on Saturday, Oct. 4 with the World Series slated to star in the city of the AL champions on Saturday, Oct. 11. Should two teams in any of the four divisions be tied for first place at the end of the season, however, a one-game playoff will decide the winner with a coin toss deciding the site of the game. In the event of a three-way tie in.a division, one team will be granted a bye and then play the winner of the Oct. 3 game the next day. If there should be a four-way tie, two games will HOUSTON (UPI)--Curt Ble-! be Played on Oct. 3 with the Pirates Top Expos On Martinez Slam Roberts 010100000--2 7 0 41Q020.20X--912 0 (2), Dukes (6, Baldschun (8) and Kendall: Griffin (10-6) and Edwards. LP-Corkins (0-1). HR. Blefary UHh, Colbert 2 (19th 20th). Dodgers Nip Atlanta, 2-0 Ted Sizemore Homer Decides ATLANTA (UPI)--Ted Size- more hit his first home run in 110 games and Atlanta stranded 12 baserunners Monday night as the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Braves 2-0. Sizemore, who hit his only other major league homer May 4 against the Braves, slugged a pitch by George Stone over .he left centerfield fence in the third inning after Maury Wills singled. Bill Singer, now 18-9, worked the first eight innings and gave up 11 hits and three walks. When Ralph Garr doubled leading off the ninth for Atlanta, Singer was lifted for Jim Brewer. The Braves' leadoff batter reached "base in seven of the nine innings and they had at least one hit in every inning. Stone worked the first six innings and gave up six of the seven Los Angeles hits and was charged with his ninth defeat against 11 victories. Los Angeles winners meeting the next day. Kuhn also announced that the American League's champion- ship series will begin in the East with the game starting at 1 p.m. EDT, and the National League's championship series will begin in the West with the game starting at 4 p.m. EDT. All the games will be televised, except on Sunday, when only one of the games will be on the air. World Series tickets will be priced at $15 for box seats, $10 for reserved, $8 for pavilion, $6 for standing room and $4 for bleachers. Tickets for the championship series will be handled by the individual clubs within the following guidelines. $7 for box seats (unless a higher box seat price already prevails), $5 for reserved, $3 for general admission and $3 standing room. Yankees Down Detroit By 3-2 Kekich Plates Deciding Run DETROIT (UPI) -- Winning pitcher Mike Kekich singled home the deciding run Monday night and Jack Aker bailed him out in the eighth inning to give the New York Yankees a 3-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers. Kekich had allowed only Jim Northrup's 20th home run in the fourth until Willie Horton singled with two out in the eighth inning. Horton came home after a wild pitch and single by Bill Freehan. Aker who has not allowed an earne( run in his last six appearances then came on to get the las' four outs and record his 13th save. Kekich, now 2-4, produced the eventual winning run in the Atlanta 002 000 000-- 3 7 0 000 000 000--0 11 0 Ninth Inning Homer Gives Bucs 6-2 Win MONTREAL (UPI) -- Jose Martinez slammed a grand slam homer--his first home run in the major leagues--to highlight a five-run ninth inning rally Monday night and spark the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 6-2 ictory over the Montreal ]xpos. The Pirates were trailing 2-1 vhen Al Oliver led off the ninth vith a single and moved to third when pitcher -Claude Simpson, Nobis Named All-Time Ail-Americans Only Active Players On 25 Man Team Detroit (UPI)--Q. J. Simpson and Tommy Nobis are the only active players chosen for the Football News All-Time All- America Team which appears n the weekly publication's seventh following a walk to Jimmy Hall and Thurman Munson's single when his dribbler skipped under drawn-in third baseman Don Wert's glove. Shortstop Gene Michael ex tended his hitting streak to nine games when he singled in the third to drive home Horace Clarke, who had doubled. Rookie Detroit shortstop Ceasar Gutierrez two-base threw error widly for a on Clarke's grounder in the sixth and losing pitcher Earl Wilson, 12-9, yeilded another single to Michael after Clarke had stolen third. 00! 001 100--3 It 0 000 100 010-- 2 3 I New York Detroit Kekich, Aker ( H ) and Munson; Wilson', Killer 18) and Price. WP-KeWch 12-4). LP-Wilson (12-9). HR-Northrup (2«h) Sinjjer, Brewer (9 anc orborg; Slone, Pappas (7) and Dirtier, Tillman (9) WP- Singer li;-9. LP-Stone (11-9). HR- Sizemore (2nd). Officials Assigned For Friday Games Kenney Wins 100, Hurls 9 No-Hitters Posts 59 Shutouts White Sox 2-1 SEATTLE (UPf)-- The Scat- ' 20 yarrj line. The Little Sentinels mecfjend and offensive tackle. Bishop Walsh JVs Saturday at! Fort Hiii. (Seattle Score by quarters: |JCUTIie Fort Hill 0 n « « -- I f i j l Ktjitr n ft 0 ft--J Scoring: Peyser--Slmp^nn II vard run (Simpson run) FH--Hoyle W yard run ( H o y l e run) FH--Hoyle 8 yard run (Hoyla run) From Horse's Mouth The approximate age of a horse was once determined by an examination of his teeth but one need not be an equine den- tal expert today. A flip of the upper lip is all that is needed to determine the age and identi- ty of a Thoroughbred from the Thoroughbred Racing Protect- ive Bureau's lip-tattoo system of identification. The Potomac Valley Football Officials Association has as- signed officials to high school games in the tri-state area Fri- day, September 12, as follows: Bell Vocational at Fort Hill --(Night)-- Roy Manges, Don- ald Payton, William Grove and James Holler. Keyser at Ridgeley -- (After- noon) -- John J. Cavanaugh, Jim Roby, Larry Geiger and James Holler. Smithsburg at Bruce--(Night) William Shcrtzer, Robert lomer to cap the rally and Scott singled home the tying hand Raymond his fourth loss and winnmg r u n s jn the eighth n seven decisions. Chuck lartenstein, who faced only one batter in the eighth inning, was credited with his fifth triumph n nine decisions. Sutherland Had given Mon- real a 2-0 lead in the first nning when he cracked his hird homer of the year with a man aboard. The Pirates got a run back in he eighth inning on singles by iebner and pinch-hitters Carl Taylor and Jose Pagan. ,lou cf .Hey 2b targell If 3 0 0 0 Staub rf Clements rf 5 0 0 0 Fairly Ib Oliver Ib 4 1 2 0 Jones I f anguillen e 3 1 0 0 Bailey p h Hepner 3b 2 2 1 0 Wicker If "·atek ss 2 0 0 0 Laooy 3h 'ayior ph 1 0 1 0 Brand c Davis pr 0 0 0 0 Wine ss Gibbon p lartenstn p 0 0 0 0 Waslewski p 3 0 0 0 Dal Cantn p 0 n 0 0 Raymond p 0 0 0 0 current edition. Tackle Jim Parker of Ohio State and center Chuck Bedna- rik of Penn, also active in the pros in this decade, were the only other players of the 1960s ·a be honored. The team was selected by Harry Devoid, the newspaper's head college writer, in honor o: the college game's 100th anniversary and the 30th anniversary of the publication The 1921-30 decade dominates the squad with eight players There are six from the 1931-40 period, two each from 1911-20 1941-50 and 1961-68 and one each from the 1951-60 and 1899-1900 E-Patek, Wine, Raymond, Sutherland. DP-PiltsQursh 1, Montreal 2. LOB- r-Hlstmrgh 7, Montreal 8. 2B-Cline, Jones. HRs-Sutherland (3) Martinez ( 1 ) . S-Sanguillen. The 'members of the team are: Ends: Don Hutson (Alabama, 933-34); Bennie Oosterbaan [Michigan, 1925-27); Gaynell Tinsley (Louisiana State, 1935- 36), and Henry Muller (Califor- nia, 1920-21). T a c k l e s : Wilbur Henry Washington and Jefferson, 1918-19); Jim Parker (Ohio State, 1954-56); Ed Widseth (Minnesota, 1934-36), and Frank Kinard (Mississippi, 1936-37). Guards: Pudge Heffelfinger (Yale, 1890-91); Clarence Munn (Minnesota, 1929-31); Tommy Nobis (Texas, 1963-65), and Bob Suffridge (Tennessee, 1938-40). Centers: Mel Hein (Washing- ton State, 1929-30), and Chuck Bednarik (Penn, 1946-48). Quarterbacks: Johnny Lujack (Notre Dame, 1943, 1946-47) and Sammy Baugh (Texas Christian, 1935-36). Halfbacks: Red Grange (Illin ois, 1923-24); Jim Thorpe (Carlisle, 1911-12); O J i±rL!l C " B * i" A 1 ? ,'H Southern 'at Valley _ work out of a ninth inning jam Monday night for a 2-1 victory- over the Chicago White Sox in the first game of a doublehead- er. (1st Game) Chicago Seattle 010 ooo ooo--110 i 101 000 Oftx- J S 0 Johnson, flyman f7) and Herrmann, JauphUHi ( 7 ) i Barber. Cf«lnar (a) and McNertney. WP--Barber (3-4). LP- lohnwm r o - l ) . HRS-WhllaXer ( 4 l h ) , i Bradford Uliti). ' Larry Bolyard and John Ever- sole. Hampshire at Moorefield -- (Night)-- George Lovenstein, Paul Appel, Ivan Abe and Ed- ward Firlie. Columbus Syracuse Internsllonal league ritjnlt 000001UXV-2 S 3 10002030x-S 7 0 Settle, Rlvas ( 7 ) , Hnbaufh (7) and Dales; Renlff, Scon f « i . Lock* (7) and rails. WP.Real/i. I,P.Settl«. HR-Blanco, Campbell!. Bill Kenncy, voted the Most Valuable Pitcher in the Rocking Chair Softball League for the second straight year, has won 100 games and lost 31 over four seasons with the Loyal Order of Moose, the 1969 pennant win- ners. Kenney has 59 shutouts to his credit and has hurled nine no- run, no-hit games, of which two were perfect games. Bill won 28 games and lost six during the regular season and playoffs this year. Here's Kenney's r e c o r d i against the opposition since he, moved- from the County League to the Moose in 1966. Simpson (Southern California 1967-68), and Tom Harmon (Michigan, 1939-40). Fullbacks: Bronko Nagursk (Minnesota, 1928-29), and Ernie Nevers (Stanford, 1923-25). Resales Scores Del Mar Triple Apprentice Jockey Has 56 Victories DEL MAR, Calif. (UPI)-- Apprentice riding sensation Rudy Resales booted home three winners Monday including a wire-to-wire victory aboan Manta in the featured $7,500 April Dawn Purse at Del Mar Resales, who rode six winners Saturday, has ridden 56 winners at the meeting and holds a leac of 16 victories over BiL Mahorney in the battle for the riding championship of the meeting. Resales took Manta to the front and set the pace under rating to hold a lead of a length and a half at the finish. The 3- year-old filly raced the mile on :he turf course in 1:36 4-5, only four-fifths of a second off the course record. Gay Year prompted the pace to finish second while Grey Cricket was third. Manta paid $5.60, $4.00 and $3.20. Gay Year returned $9.00 and $5.80 and Grey Cricket paid $5.00. Resales also won the first race with Superior Effort at $8.40 and captured the fifth with Linda Summers at $9.00. Kell" v. · Elk!! p. p Roth Roe !er Tou:., W. I-. 2fl !« 21 10 21 10 1* 1 12 I It 0 " 1 K . 1 Raymond threw wildly past irst on Manny Sanguillen's sacrifice bunt. Richie Hebner vas walked intentionally to fill the bases, and Oliver scored he tying run when second baseman Gary Sutherland boot- ed pinch-hitter Jerry May's rounder. Martinez followed with a Red Sox Score Two In Ei Nip Indians 5-4 Scott Singles In Winning Tallies CLEVELAND (DPI)--George 'itUburjh Montreal ab r h bl 5 0 1 0 Cllne c f *b r b bl 5 1 1 0 4 0 1 0 Sutherlnd 2b 4 1 1 2 4 0 1 0 inning Monday night to lead the Boston Red Sox to a 5-4 victory over the Cleveland Indians. Home runs by Rico Petrocel- li, Tony Conigliaro and a sacrifice fly by Reggie Smith staked Boston to a 3-0 lead after four innings before the Indians scored four runs in the fifth. Scott failed to come up with Jose Cardenal's grounder open- ing the fifth and originally was charged with an error although the official scorer later made it a double for Cardenal. The 3 o oojindians pushed across four runs 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Fairey p h 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 lay ph l i n o McGinn p 0 0 0 0 Ellis P 'agan ph Martinez s s 1 1 1 4 otals aqSs 'Iltsburgh ilontreal 2 0 0 0 Collins p h 1 0 1 1 34 6 8 5 Totals o , nlbefore Sonny Siebert came in to o o o o relieve Bill Landis and retired the side. Rookie reliever Phil Henni- jan, who came into the game in the sixth and put down a Boston threat, ran into trouble with two out in the eighth. Smith's double, a walk to Petrocelli and an infield out by Conigliaro filled the bases to set the stage for Scott's game- winning hit. 1 0 0 0 S 4 2 7 2 coo ooo 015--e son ooo ooo--z Ellis ibbon Hartenstcin W 5-4 Dal Canton Waslewski ip h r er bb so 7 5 2 1 2 2 2 - 3 1 0 0 1 1 1 - 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 7 2 - 3 5 1 0 1 3 McGinn 0 0 0 0 1 0 Raymond L 3-4 I 1-3 3 3 3 '2 0 McGinn pitched to one batter in 8th. Save-Dal Canton (5). HBP-By Raymond (Stargell). WP-Ellis. T-2:3L A-9,526. Chompion Posts First Victory Of Year In Brighton Beach'Cap NEW YORK (UPI)--Chom- pion, winless in nine starts this year, took the lead at the head of the stretch Monday and raced to a seven-length victory in the Brighton Beach Handicap at Belmont Park. Owned by C. V. Whitney, Ihompion raced fourth most of the way before taking the lead and romping home over Kylin, with Tradesman third, a neck :arther back. Ridden by Heolidor Gustines, the 4-year-old son of Mahratta covered the mile turf race in 2:21 4-5 over a soft track and returned $12.20, $8.40 and $4.60 across the board. The best previous finish lor !hompion this year came July 12 at Monmouth Park when he "inished third, a nose behind San Roque in the Haskell Handicap won by Verbatim. Boston Cleveland O i l 100020--5 8 1 000 040 000-- 4 5 1 Landis, Siebert (5) ajid Moses; Hargan, Boyd IS), Law (6), Henningan (6) ant Fosse.. WP^Siebert (11-11). LP-Henningan (0-1). HRs-Pelrocelli (36th), T. Conigliaro (19th). Mountain City Beagle Club Meeting Tonight The Mountain City Beagle Club of Frostburg will meet to- night at the Frostburg City Hall at 7:30. Upcoming field trials and other important business will be discussed. All members are requested to attend. "S Wilson Pugh Co INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES Since 1893 Phone 722-5740 ····················£ Giants Capture Twinbill Opener With Reds, 5-4 Second Game Tied 4-4 In llth Frame CINCINNATI ; (UPI)--Wayne Granger, taking over with none out in the ninth inning and runners on first and third, cut short a San Francisco- Giant rally to preserve a 5-4 victory for the Cincinnati Reds Monday night in the first game of a doubleheader. The victory, which went to Jim Maloney, moved the Reds within a half a game of the Giants, who lead the National League's Western Division. Maloney owned a 5-3 lead when Bobby Tolan dropped leadoff hitter Dick Dietz' fly ball in the ninth inning. After walking pinch - hitter Willie Mays, Maloney was nicked for a run-producing single by pinch- hitter Leon Wagner. Ken Henderson greeted Gran- ger with a line . drive to leftfielder Jim Stewart, the runners holding. Granger- then induced Ron Hunt to hit into a game-ending double play.. - In the nightcap, San Fran- cisco scored three runs in the seventh inning to knot the Reds and send the game to extras. At the end of 11 innings, the score still stood at 4-all. San Francisco Cincinnati ah r h bl Hendersn ri 5 0 1 2 Rose rf Hunt 2b 4 0 1 0 Tolan ef Bonds c( 4 D 0 0 Johnson 1! McCovey Ib 4 0 0 0 Stewart If Hart II 4 1 1 0 Perez 3b a k r b M 3 1 3 0 4 1 2 0 A O l"l 0 0 0 0 4 0 3 1 4 1 1 1 4 8 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 « Davenprt 3b 4 0 0 0 Bench c Dietz c 4 2 2 1 M a y Ib Lanler ss 3 1 1 0 Helms 2b Fuenles ss 0 0 0 0 Woodwrd t Mays ph 0 0 0 0 Maloney p Maricha) p 3 0 0 0 Granger p Wagner ph 1 0 1 1 Marshall p r 0 0 0 0 Totals 3 4 4 7 4 Totals SS S 10 4 San Francisco 008 001 0«1-- 4 Cincinnati 210 DID Oil-- J E-Bonds, Dietz, Lanier, Perez, Bench, Tolan. DP-San Francisco 1; Cincinnati 1, LOB-San Francisco 7, Cincinnati 4. 2B-Henderson, Dietz. HR--Bench (23). S-Marichal. Marichal L 17-10 Maloney W 9-4 Granger If h r er hfe to 9 1 0 S 3 1 S 8 7 4 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 Maloney pitched to 3 batters in 9th. Save--Granger ,(»). WP-Maloney 2. T- 2:30. DICK'S Esso SERVICE Cresaptown, Md. Offers friendly, courteous service under new management. SPECIAL 1200 BONUS PLAID STAMPS Pick up COUPON BOOK at Station 1-Road Service 2-Tune Up 3-Brake Work 4-Minor Repairs 5-Mufflers Tailpipe OPEN 7 DAYS 5:45 a.m. until! 0p.m. PHONE 729-1222 Chris Dick Proprietor No. 8P-181 YEbiEKDAi'ij Kh New York 3, Detroit 2, night Boston 3, Cleveland 4, night Washington at Baltimore, ppd., rain Seattle 2, Chicago 1, twilight Chicago at Seattle, night Kansas City *! Oakland, night Minnesota at California, night STANDING OF THE TEAMS Eait W. L. ret. G.B. Baltimore ...... 95 « .679 -- Detroit ........ BO 60 .571 14 Boston 75 Washington 72 New York 70 Cleveland Sfi West W. x-Minnesnlt . as x-Oakland X.California x-Kansas Cily x-Chicago x-Seallle 76 59 SB 54 S3 x-PIlying late game 63 fiR 69 K L. S3 61 78 »2 R3 85 .543 .504 .397 Pet. .616 .555 .4.11 .41)6 .3!)4 .344 19 23 G.B. 29 301 32 TODAY'S GAMES Pr*hab1e pitchers) All tlmei EOT Kansas City Drago (8-11) at Oakland Nash (7-7), ]1 p. m. MlnnesoU Chance (5-2) it California Murphy 9-13), 9 p. m. New York StoUlcmyr* (l*-2) at Detroit Kilkenny (4-5). 9 r. m. Boston Homo (5-JO) at Cleveland Mc- Dowell (16-12), 7:30 p. m. Washington Carlos (S-3) and Rnsman (p-5) at Baltimore Phoebus I2-fi) and Cucllir (20-10), 2, twt night, 9:30 p m Only fame* Kheduled WEDNESDAY GAMES Seattle at Oakland, night Minnesota at Chicago, night Kansas City it California, night New York at Washington, night Boston at Baltimore, nfxM Detroit at Cleveland, night NATIONAL . YESTERDAY'S RESULTS New York 3, Chleagn 2, night St. Louis 4, Philadelphia 3. night Los Angeles 2, Atlanta 0, night PilMbursh 6, Montrael 2. Houston 9, San Diego 2, night Cincinnati 5, San Francisco 4, twilight Cincinnati 4, San Francisco 4, nlgnl (Tie, end of llth inning) STANDING OF THE TEAMS East W. L. Pel. 4I.B, Chicago New York Pittsburgh St. Louis . . Philadelphia Montreal M 81 75 74 55 We«( W. San Francisco . 77 Cincinnati Los Angeles Atlanta Houston San Diego . 75 75 76 73 44 57 57 61 65 W 97 L. 62 til fill 65 65 96 .596 .587 .351 .532 .399 .307 Pet. .554 .551 .543 .538 .529 .314 40 Vi G.B. 33'* TODAY'S GAMES (With pratiablt pitchers) Lot Angeles Bunnlng (12-10) at Al lanla P. Niekro (1«.12), 8 p. m San Francisco Perry flJ-12) at «· clnnati Merrill (J64). » p ,, " CU " San Diego J. Niekro (8-13) it Hotis- ton Dl«rk»r (1HO), 8:30 f . m. WEDNESDAY GAMES SI. Louis at Plttsnurgh, nighl Chicago at Philadelphia, night Let Angeles at Houston, nlfht " San Francisco at A t l a n t a , night San Die in at Cincinnati, night Montreal at New York, night

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