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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 112

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I* I ,1 I iMi~ 70 fhe Af Izonajepublie^Bl'iKientt, fct., JOB* 14, im * ' *"" i" i .—im«n i .-i.- -„..... i.i •ttMi Utl lor Jackaou | Lew Kramsc \ A's to 4-1 victory ' BOSTON (AP)-Relief pitcher Lew Krausse choked off a ; Boston rally in the sixth inning and slugged a two-run homer, •leading the Oakland Athletics to a 4-1 victory over the Boston .Red Sox last night. i > Reggie Jackson's 20th home run and a pair of great catches > by Jackson and Joe Rudi also played key roles in the victory. \ Jackson's homer off Jim - Lonborg in the first inning tied ! him with Boston's Rico Pe- RANSAS CITy (Ap) _ Jog Sparma pitched a four-hitter last night as the Detroit Tigers whipped Kansas City 6-0. Sparma, 4-1, allowed only two runners to reach second, and neither of them got to rin K C HJJ JV.^i. Hrocelli and Frank Howard of -Washington for the American ^League lead. Sal Bando fol- J lowed with a single and Danny »Carter doubled him home for 'a 2-0 lead. BOSTON third. RJackson rf 38ndo 3b later lb Aondav >Green (oaf c lobson 0 (rausse p ingers p cf 2b 1100 Hernsndz ss 4 0 1231 Kelly cf ' 4000 - OAKLAND Campnrls is'so 2 0 Schofleld 2b*50 0 o AMERICAN AT Rudi If 3000 DJones lb 5000 DETROIT % "llloMV 2 I 08 Stanley. • br - hbl \ I 0 0 »<{!ro S rf \ 8 8 8 fctiTrr- SIM Roy" 36 3000 Scotf 3b 2000 fash lb 4122 Flore lb 40 4110 Gibson c 4010 Northrup cf 4 1 T 0 Plnlella If 4000 2000 Lonborg D 2010 WHorton. If 3011 Klrkptrck rf 2 0 0 0 1112 Lahoud ph 1 0 0 o jrcewskl ss 0 0 0 0 Adalr 2b 3010 0000 Romo P 0000 r/eehan c 3010 ERodrgez e 3000 Lock ph 0000 Matchlck 3b 3001 Drago P 2000 Sparma p 4000 Brgmeler P 0000 Wkershm p 0000 Rlos ph 1000 Hedlund p 0 o 0 0 Full program at Dragway Passenger cars, hot rods, motorcycles, sports cars, gas dragsters and altereds are among 140 entries pledged for Phoenix Dragway competition tonight at the track 10 miles northwest of Sun City on Grand Ave. The dragway opens for action at 4:30 p.m. Elimination runs for trophies, jackets and cash begin at 8:30. Admission is $2 for adults, children free and servicemen $1.50. A car entry fee is $1 and pit tags $3. Action is sanctioned by the American Hot Rod Association. Cars must pass AHRA safety inspection of brakes, steering, tires and safety belts. Injured knee hampers Trevino's golf game Associated Press HOUSTON-Lee Trevind's reign as the United States Open golf champion is all but over, his game is in tatters and he's troubled by an aching knee that has affected his swing. But the merry Mexican's head was up, the smile still flashing and his confidence unshaken yesterday after he limped in with a second round 75. "I'm just playing very poorly," he said after posting a 36-hole total of 149, far, far back in the field. "I'm putting very well," he said, then grinned. "But I'm driving s6 bad I can't get in position to hit the green. "I'm having some troublo with my left knee. I can't get the swing around to the left side and I just don't know where the ball is going to go off the tee. "But I'm not using that as an excuse for not playing good. I'm just playing bad." Trevino, an obscure guy from an El Paso, Tex., driving range who used his 19<58 triumph as a springboard to the front rank of golf's magic names, hurt his knee at the Byron Nelson Classic at Dallas two months ago. "It was after the third round," ho said. "I was on the putting green. You know me. I've always got to bf; downing around. Ami i stepped on a ball and twisted my kri<;':. "I didn't think anything about it then and finished the tournament, but it began hurting me on that Sunday. We went to New Orleans the next week it got pretty bad. "I had a doctor look at it. He took some x-rays and said there was some tissue on the kneecap that was pulled. He said some rest would help. "But I've had so many commitments that I just, haven't had time to rest. "I think you'll find that I'VK played more tournament* an the Open champion than anyone else. "f personally feel These people work awful hard to put up $100,000 or $150,000 for a tournament and it' helps the gate if I'm there," he said, then flashed a rueful smile. "But in two days there's going to be another Open champion and maybe they^ won't need me.'' WE BUY CARS FOR $ CASH Any Year, Make or Model 463S N. 7th St. 244-2481 CURRIE'S Air Conditioning Sales Gr Service 1 Day Installations TOP BRANDS ONLY Phone 277-6827 4704 N. 7th Avt. landed and Insartd Total 33 <l 7 Total 30 1 3 0 akland stem Total » E—Petrocelli, Bando, Scott. DP— Oakland l, Boston 1. LOB—Oakland 10, Detroit Boston 10. 2B—Cater, Campantrls. HR— Kansas R.Jackson (20), Krauise (1). SB— —=— rr. Campaneris. S—Rudi. Oobson (W.6-5) .... Sl-3 3 1 Krausse 3 0 0 Flnqers 2-30 0 Lonborg (L.6-1) ... A 4 2 £°WP-Dobson;'' PB-Roof. 3 T-3:M. *A- &¥Igm*j_5r 83,7^5. 35 6 10 A Total City 31 04 0 .WoVo'o Uo-o . Jr~ •si 11 ? JB SO LOB—Det 5 ^ McAullffs, 3 f McAullffe 19 for Howard WASHINGTON (AP) Frank Howard and Bernie Allen hit home runs last night, pacing the Washington Senators to a 6-2 victory over the California Angels. Howard hit his 19th homer in the seventh inning. ., DP—Kansas City 1. roll 6, Kansas City 6. 2B—Cash, Flore, Kallne, Kelly. HR— 00 IP H R ER BBSO 3 5 Sparma (W.4-1) ... ? 40026 - 2 Drago (L.3-S) 71-3 8 5 & 2 S ' Burqmeler 1-32 1 1 2 0 Wickersham 1-30 0 0 0 1 Hedlund 1 00000 T-2:20. A-12,77». Rough Riders sign Indiana's Scliueltc OTTAWA, Ont. (AP) Tom Schuttte, 22-year-old guard from Indiana signed a two-year contract with Ottawa Rough Riders of the Eastern Football Conference yesterday. TUXEDO RENTALS MASTER CHARGE—BANKAMERICARO WELCOME SHOP AT BIDDULPH'S ... WHERE THE ACTION IS! SAVE1062 O's 5, Chisox 2 CHICAGO (AP) - Frank Robinson started a two-run decisive rally in the eighth inning with a single and then singled in two insurance runs in the ninth and the Baltimore Orioles topped the Chicago White Sox, 5-2, last night. ' CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON ' ab r h bl Alomar 2b 3010 Unser cf Johnstone cf 3000 HAIIen rf Fregosl ss 4000 FHoward If Amaro ss 0000 Bowens rf *eichardt If 4010 Epstein lb ficooz lb 4111 McMulln 3b ARodrgez 3b 3 1 1 0 BAIIen 2b yoss rf 3000 Cullen 2b 3011 Brnkman ss 2010 Casanova c __ .... p 0000 Pascual p EFisher p 0000 Hmphrys p LJchnson ph 1 0 0 0 Holman ph Washbrn p 0000 Hlggins p CHICAGO BALTIMORE ab bl 8 az r h bi „-,- 0 oufprd If 4110 McCraw cf V i n Blair cf 5120 Aparlcio ss i J V FRobinsn rf 3 1 3 2 CMay If - ' Powell lb 3121 Melton 3b 4010 4000 3100 4121 000 Voss rf Setrlano c MGIolhln p Borbon p ft n n n rowen ID j i 2 i Mellon JO 411, BRoblnsrr 3b S 0 1 1 Pavletlch lb 7 i 9 i Etchebrn c 4000 Berry cf 0000 J J i A Belanger ss 4 0 180 Ward ph 1010 0 n 0 0 DJohnson 2b 4 1 2 0 Josephsn c 3011 J X 5 V Cuellar p 1000 Knoop 2b 3 0 0 ( *. o o o Rettenmd ph 1 0 0 0 WWIIams rf 3 o 0 ( u - - Leonhard p 0000 Hopkins ph 1000 380,0 Total 30 2 6 2 Total 36 6 12 6 0000 0000 0001 Call Was -.ifornia ashington .0 1.0 .0 0 0 .0 .003 001 2 01 — 2 0 X— « Total 83 S12 Total 831 262 H RERBBSO E—A.Rodriguez. DP—Ca forn a Washington 2. LOB—California Washington 8. HR—B.Allen F.Howard (19), Repoz A.Rodriguez. 7 IP AAcGlothin (L,5-5) . S Borbon 12-3 E.Fisher 1-3 Washburn 1 pascual 2 Humphreys (W/l-1) 4 • HI Save^-Higains. HBP—by Pascua' (A.Rodriguez). T—2:15. A— «,974. Baltimore 1, Chicago (4),' 000 001 000 101 0 2 2— 5 000- E—W.WIIIIams. DP—Baltimore f'4T SB— Chicago 2. LOB—Baltimore 9, Chlcalo V*;. *ID— *>Q ^ n,.*,...,. r>«...Ail tk/.«^ «*n 28— G'.Peters, Powell, Ward. g Cuellar V Leonhard <W,4-3) 0 G.Peters (L,4-8) v Woslnnskl Wood Bell IP T—2:29.. A—13,793. 3 72.3 W 9 . 2-3 2 . 1-3 1 6 1-3 0 3B— CUel .. RERBBSO 42234 0 1 1 332 1 1 0 1 1 2 006 Suarez sizzles Pilots nip Yanks • ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS ; (AP) — Ken Suarez, who • triggered a four-run rally in I the sixth inning, singled in the "decisive run in the ninth in- duing and the Cleveland In\ dians held off the Minnesota • Twins, 6-4, last night. ',' Suarez, in his second game ( ' since being recalled from v Portland Wednesday, gave | the Indians a 5-1 lead with his '* single and Larry Brown later 'hit a sacrifice fly. j Sam McDowell, breezing r along to his fourth straight 'victory for a 7-6 record, took ra 6-1 lead and a five-hitter "into the bottom of the ninth. NEW YORK (AP)-Tommy Harper's run-scoring single in the eighth inning gave Gene Brabender and the Seattle Pilots a 2-1 comeback victory over Mel Slottlemyre and the New York Yankees last night. Brabender, 3-4, checked the Yankees on four hits as the Pilots came from behind and foiled Stottlemyre's bid to become the American League's first 10-game winner. Stitlle 000 000 1 1 flab r h bl 4011 Clarke 2b 5120 Kenney 3b ' - • - Murcer rf Harper 2b Heqan rf TDavIs If Simpson cf Mlpcher It) Comer cf Rollins 3b Kennedy 3b MNertny c Oyler ss Brabendr p Total 0000 White If 3000 JHall lb 4021 Lyltle cf 5010 Michael ss 0000 Gibbs c 4000 stotlmyre p 3 0 2110 3000 •brh b 3 0 1 : 3000 4000 2 0 1 400 411 3000 "Jo 0 35 2 8 2 Total 30 1 4 0 AMERICAN AT MINNNESOTA ' CLEVELAND MINNESOTA ab r h bl ab r h bi Snvdcr If 3110 Tovar 3b 5000 t.Bn Seattle New York .0 0.0 0 1 0 I 0 0 .1.1 I I 0 0 001 E—Harper, Kenney, McNertney. DP— Seattle 1. LOB—Seattle 13, New York " SB—T.Davis, Lyttle, Harper. =; vr- ••• Harrelsor, ;rf 4 1 0 0 QuiNci g pr , h 6 i 0 0 ^abender (W,3 ; 4). ^ H •« KR BB » rown ss 1 0 1 Carew 2b 401 THorton lb 4012 Killebrew lb 4 1 1 Cardenal cf 3011 Allison If 4010 Versalles 3b 4110 Oliva rf 4020 Nelson 2b 3010 Cardenas ss 4000 Hinion pr 0000 Mllterwld c 4000 •Fuller 2b 1110 Uhlaendr cf 311 Suarez c 4122 J Perry p 1000 AlDowell p 3020 Wrthngln p 0000 * Nettles ph 1000 ,. BMiller p 0000 Crider p 000 Slottlemyre (U9-5) 9 8227 WP—Brabender. T—2:51. A-r-14,967. Total Reese ph 32 6 10 6 Total 1 1 35 4 7 3 Clevtlind Minnesota 000 004 00 2— i .000 010003-4 „ E—McDowell, Minnesota 2. Minnesota 9. Mitterwald. DP- LOB—Cleveland 6, 2B-Allison, McDowell. HR-Suarez (1), KOIebrew SB- A|ll8on, S—McDowell. SF—Cardena Tovar. Brown. McDowell J.Perry (L,4-3) worth ng on •B.MIIIer Crider Suarez. L. . HBP-bv McDowell IP H R ER BB SO .9 7404 .51-34 4 4 2 . 2-31 000 . .2 52210 1 00010 (Killebrew). PB— BEST BUYS! 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