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Cards, Bucs Victors Too Giants Win, But LA Keeps Pace By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The San Francisco Qiants finally dive pulled out Sunday, of their nose then turned around to find the Los Angeles Dodgers still breathing down their necks in the National League West. The Giants, jumping for four runs in the first inning, three on home runs by Tito Fuentes and Bobby Bonds, dumped the Braves 6-1. But barely an hour later on the West Coast, the Dodgers kept San Francisco's divisional lead at a slim three games by pouncing on San Diego for four runs in the seventh to beat the Padres 6-3. Retains Margin In other games, Pittsburgh whipped Montreal 4-0 to retain its 5%-game National League East lead over St. Louis, which blanked the Chicago Cubs 4-0, the Chicago White Sox blanked Kansas City 3-0, Detroit edged Boston 3-2, Cleveland beat the New York Yankees 5-2, the against the Royals while Al Ka- New York Mets nipped Philadelphia 3-2, Houston tripped Cincinnati 4-2, Milwaukee held off California 4-3 and Minnesota beat Oakland 7-4 in 10 innings. Washington's doubleheader at Baltimore was rained out. John Cumberland of the ants scattered seven hits Gi.. including Marty Perez' homer as he beat the Braves for the fourth time this year. The Dodgers' victory was their sixth in a row and llth in 13 games as they braced for collisions with the Giants in San Francisco Monday and Tuesday nights. Nelson Briles of the Pirates silenced the Expos on six hits while Bob Gibson of the Cardinals stymied the Cubs on four for his 50th career shutout, tying him with Juan Marichal for the lead among active major league pitchers. Wilbur Wood became the White Sox' first 20-game winner in seven years with a five-hitter line' and Tony Taylor of the Ti- jers homered as Les Cain and Tom Timmerman limited the Red Sox to three hits. Win 7th Straight Graig Nettles hit two home runs .and Roy Foster hit one for the Indians against the Yan- AKARON, Ohio (AP) — Mas- rs champion Charles Goody rebounded from the loss of four strokes on a single hole, held National Boxes ST. LOUIS CHICAGO abrhbl abrhbl Brock If 5230 Kesslnger ss 4 0 0 0 Slzemore 2b 4020 Popovlch 2b 4000 MAlou Ib 5022 BWillams If Torre 3b 3110 Pepltone Ib Simmons c 3112 Santo 3b Melendez rf 4000 B Davis cf Cruz cf 4010 Calllson rf Maxvlll ss 4020 Fernandz c Gibson p 3000 Holtzman p Martin ph Bonham p Spangler ph Newman p 401o 4010 3010 3000 3010 3000 1000 1000 0000 1000 0000 Total 35 412 4 Total 31 0 40 St. Louis 021 010000—4 Chicago .. .. 000000000—0 E—Gibson. DP—St. Louis 1, Chicago 1. LOB—St. Louis 9, Chicago 4. 2B— Slzemore, M.AIou. HR—Simmons (6). SB—Brock. S—Sizemore. IP Gibson (W,15-12) . 9 Holtzman (L.9-15) Bonham ... . Newman T—1:48. A—25,000 LOS ANGELES ab r h bl Wills ss Buckner rf WDavis cf RAIIen Ib Crawford If Garvey 3b Haller c H 4 10 1 1 R ER BB SO 0008 4 4 2 a 0021 0001 SAN DIEGO ab r h bl Hernandz ss 3 0 o 0 4131 4111 4011 4000 HOUSTON abrhbl Metzger ss 4010 Rose rf Morgan 2b 4110 Carbo If Geronlmo If 4000 LMay Ib Cedeno cf 4221 TPerez 3b CINCINNATI abr hbi 5010 4110 4100 Mayberry Ib 4 1 l 3 Bench c Wynn rf 3 o 0 0 Foster cf Rader 3b 4000 Helms 2b Edwards c 2000 Chaney ss DWilson p 3000 Stewart ph Concepcn ss Simpson p Cllne ph Sprague p WSmlth ph Gibbon p Granger p McRae ph 4010 4000 4022 4020 3000 1000 0000 1000 1000 0000 0000 0000 0000 1000 Total 32 4 5 4 Total .. . 36 2 7 2 Houston 000 300 001 4 Cincinnati o o o ooo 020—s E—Sprague, Metzger, Geronlmo. LOB— Houston 3, Cincinnati 9. 2B—Rose. 3B— Metzger. HR-Mayberry (6), Cedeno do) 4101 4011 Mason 2b 4010 Jeter cf 3000 Colbert Ib 3100 Gaston rf D.Wilson Simpson Sprague Gibbon •anger T—2:11. (W,15-8) (L.4-6) . 4220 Murrell If 4000 2001 Barton c 4010 Valentine 2b 3 1 1 0 Dean 3b 3010 Sutton pr 0 1 0 0 Lee ph 1000 Wilhelm p 1000 Arlln p 2100 Osteen p 1 o 0 0 Caldwell p o 0 0 0 Alexandr p oooo Caspar ph o 0 0 0 Sudakls ph 1012 Corklns p 0 0 0 o Grbkwitz pr 00 0 0 Moeller p oooo Lefebvre 2b 1000 Total 31 6 6 S Total 33 3 7 3 Los Angeles 000 020 400—6 San Diego ZOO loo 000—3 E—Wills, Garvey .2, Dean. DP—Los Angeles 2, San . Diego 2. LOB—Los Angeles 3, San Diego 5. 2B—Jeter, Mason, Sudakis. SF—Haller. IP H . 21-3 1 2-3 Ostwn Alexander Moeller (W.1-3) Wilhelm Arlln (L.9-17) .. Caldwell Corklns 2 3 62-3 1-3 0 2 ' 0 R ER BB SO 2200 0 PB—Barton. T—2:21. A— ,6,960, PITTSBURGH MONTREAL abrhbl abrhbl Stennett 2b 3110 Hunt 2b 4 o o o Cash 2b -211 ODay cf 4000 Cash 2b 2110 Day cf 4000 Hebner 3b 2000 Staub rf 3 o o o Clements rf 3 1 0 o Fairly Ib 4000 BRobrtsn Ib 41 32 Bailey 3b 4 o 2 o AOIIver cf 3031 Falrey If 3010 Zisk If 3010 Sutherlnd ss 3000 Cllnes If 1000 ttteman c 3020 Sangullln c 3000 Renko p 2000 JHerndz ss 2000 Gosger ph 1 o 1 o Stargell ph 1 0 o o HReed p OOOO Lanler pr o o o 0 Alley 'ss OOOO Briles p 4000 Total 31 4 9 3 Total 31 0 6 0 Pittsburgh 100100020—4 Montreal ooo ooo ooo—o 'E—Day, Sutherland. DP—Pittsburgh 1, Montreal 3. LOB—Pittsburgh 6, Montreal 6. 2B—Stennett, Zlsk. S—Fairey, Hebner SF—A.OIIver. IP H R ER BB SO Briles (W,7-3) ... 9 6001 Renko (L.14-14) . . 8 9443 H.Reed ... l oooi WP-Renko 2. T—2:10. A-16,770. Lions Crush Eagles 49-10 PHILADELPHIA (AP) Three long kick returns and four touchdown passes by Grei Landry, three to Charlie Sane ers, carried the Detroit Lion to a 49-10 victory over the Phil adelphia Eagles Sunday nigh in a National Football Leagu exhibition game. Fleet Lem Barney set tru Lions in motion with a first pe riod 34-yard punt return. Fiv plays later, Detroit led 7-0 a Mel Fair raced three yards fo a touchdowji and Erroll Maw kicked the first of seven extr points. Detroit went on to snap two-game losing streak in ,its f nal' tune-up for 'next Mohoa night's season opener agains Minnesota. , Scoring Detroit U 0 14 21 Philadelphia ... . .0 7 0 3 D«t—Fall 3 run (Mann kick) Dal—Sanders X9 pass trom Landr (Mann kick) • » Phil—Ballman 3 pass trom Llsk« (F»l ler kick) Det—Sanders B pass trom (Mann kick) Ddt—Sanders 4 pass from Landr (Mann kick) Phil—FG Mosoly 33 D«t—Jessie IB pass from Landry (Man kick) Det—Cotton 6 pass trom Munson (Mai kick) Det—Triplet! 7 run (Mann kick) A-51,543, Landr A—12,329. IP 9 S 2 1 1 R ER BB SO 2027 3 3 1 000 000 1 1 1 PHILADELPHIA ab r h bl NEW YORK abrh b Stone If owa ss Carver c 3100 Marshall If loll ontanez rf 3 o 1 o Clndenon ph 1 o 1 1 Johnson '3b 4 o 1 1 Frisella p o l o 0 uzlnskl Ib 3111 Kranpool Ib 4000 on«y 2b 4010 Jorgensn cf 4 o 1 nderson cf 3000 Singleton rf 4010 hmplon p 3010 TMartinz 2b oerner p OOOO Dyer c Gentry p 1 McGraw p CJones ph Boswell pr 0100 Foil 2b 1000 4000 Harrelson ss 4 1 1 e 4000 WGarrett 3b 4 0 1 0 2000 4020 2010 OOOO 1010 Total 31 2 5 2 Total 32 3 10 3 One out when winning run scored. hiladelphia ....000 0 1 000 — ew York 001 000 101 — E—Hoerner. DP—New York 1. LOB— hiladelphia 6, New York 13. 2B— larshall, Money. HR—Luzinskl (2). SB— arrelson. S—Marshall, Harrelson .Martinez, Kranepool. IP H R ER BBSO hampion 61-36 2 2 3 oerner (W,-) 2 4 1 entry 51-332 2 3 12-32 0 0 0 risella 2 0001 HBP—by Champion (T.Martinez). WP— T—2:47. A—16,704. SAN FRANCISCO ATLANTA abrhbl a endersn rf 4 1, 0 0 Mlllan 2b uentes 2b 4121 Garr If Aays Ib 2200 HAaron Ib onds cf S 1 3 3 EWIIIams c Hetz c 3 1 00 Baker rf allagher 3b 5 0 2 0 Varslles 3b art If 3000 SJackSon cf anier Ib OOOO MPerez ss peier ss 3000 Stone p umbrlnd p 4 0 .1 1 Herbel p OBrown* ph Barber p TAeron ph Prlddy p kees, Mike Joregensen drove in the Mets' winning run with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning against the Phillies and the Astros won their seventh in a row on a three-run blast by John Mayberry. John Briggs' 18th home run capped the Brewers' decisive three-run sixth-inning rally and| Ken Sanders put down an eighth-inning Angels uprising for his 28th save. Reggie Jackson hit his 28th and 29th homers for the A's but Cesar Tovar's two-run, single in the top of the 10th gave the Twins their victory. Holds Off Nicklaus Coody Snares Series Title Busters Rip Bucs, 40-6 rff Jack Nicklaus and won the 50,000 first prie in the zWorld Series of Golf Sunday. The rangy, red-clad Texan had a second round 73 for 141, one stroke over par on the 7,80-yard Firestone Country 21ub course. Nicklaus, who once held the ead but watched it slip away, had a final 71 for 142 and Total 33 6 8 5 Total an Francisco .'. 400000 Atlanta 001 000 E-Werslles 2, M.Perez. : ranclsco 2, Atlanta 2. : rancisco 9, Atlanta 4j'2B—Bonds. HR— (4), Bonds (29), M.Perez '" Fuentes B—Bonds. S—Lanler, IP Cumbrlnd (W.9-4) tone (L.6-7) ... Herbel Barber riddy 9 2-3 41-3 3 1 (4). Fuentes. " R ER BB SO 1104 4 WP—Stone, A—15,584. 4430 0013 0003 2230 Herbel, Prlddy 2. T—2:25. GARDEN CITY - Tim King and Dennis Reece each scored wo touchdowns -as the Garden City Broncbusters opened their 971 football campaign with a 40-6 junior college grid thrash- ng of Independence here Saturday night. Clyde Russell scored another Suster TD and quarterback Joe Bernard hit Roland Smith with i six-point aerial that accounted or another Garden City TD. jarry Bood was true on four conversion kicks. Garden City had 421 rushing yards and 68 yards through the air on three completions out of seven attempts. The Pirates were held to 16 yards rushing and 82 passing yards. Oilers Shade Saints 24-17 Yardstick Oilers Saints -irst downs .» 17 15 Rushes yards 33-114 20-«1 Passing yardage 221 251 Return yardage 80 43 Passes 15-27-1 11-31-2 Punts 4-44 4-41 Fumbles lost 0 . o Yards penalized 86 53 NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP) The Houston Oilers scorec three touchdowns in the first half, then held off a s New Orleans rally sparked by rookie quarterback Archie Manning to preserve a 24-17 victory in £ National Football League exhi bition game here Sunday night. Manning directed the Saints to two spectacular third perioc touchdowns, but retired to the sidelines mid-way through the fourth period. It was announced in the press box that, due to a three-week layoff because of an injury to his right ofot, Man ning was tired and would noi finish the game to avoid aggra vation to the foot injury. After he left the game, the Saints were unable to make first down. Houston scored on a 35-yard run by Joe Dawkins, climaxing an 80-yard drive the first time the Oilers had the ball. The Oilers scored two other touchdowns in the first half on a 61-yard punt return by Zeke Moore and a 35-yard pass from quarterback Charley Johnson to wide receiver Jim Beirne. Scoring Houston . 14 7 o 3—2 New Orleans ...... o 3 14 o—1 Hou-Dawklns 35 run (Rodgers kick) Hou-Moore 61 punt return (Rodger: kick) Hou-Belrne 35 pass from Johnson (Rod gers kick) NO-FG Butler 12 NO-Parkt 39 pass from Manning (But ler kick) NO-Harrls 2 run (Butler kick) Hou-FG Rodgers 15 A-60,971. W Mttsburgh 88 it. Louis 82 ew York 74 Chicago 74 Montreal 63 'hlladelphla .... 59 West ian Francisco .. 83 Los Angeles Atlanta 74 •louston .'. 72 Cincinnati 71 claimed the $15,000 second rize. Australian veteran Bruce Crampton matched par 7 with n/e day's best round and fin- shed at 143, three strokes in ront of Lee Trevino. Trevino, till on the mend from a recent ppendectomy, struggled home h a 74 for 146 and last in the our-man field. Bears Blitz The Broncs NATIONAL LEAGUE East 80 L 59 64 69 71 80 86 63 66 73 74 77 92 Pet. .599 .562 .517 .510 .441 .407 .568 .548 .503 .493 .480 .370 an Diego 54 Sunday's Results New York 3, Philadelphia 2 Pittsburgh 4, Montreal 0 St. Louis 4, Chicago 0 Houston 4, Cincinnati 2 Los Angeles 6, San Diego 3 San Francisco 6, Atlanta 1 OB SVi 12 13 23 28 .3 9Va 11 13 29 AMERICAN LEAGUE East W .. 88 Jaltlmors .. Detroit 81 Joston 76 New York 72 Washington ..— 58 Cleveland 56 West Oakland 92 <ansas City 78 Chicago 68 California 68 Minnesota 66 L 51 64 71 73 85 86 Pet. .633 .559 .517 .497 .406 .389 GB 10 16 19 . 32 34'/j 53 .634 — 67 .469 24 77 .469 24 78 .466 24V'j 77 .462 25 Milwaukee 63 82 .434 29 Sunday's Results Detroit 3, Boston 2 Cleveland 5, New York 2 Washington at Baltimore 2, ppd., rain Chicago 3, Kansas City 0 Minnesota 7, Oakland 5, (10 Innings) Milwaukee 4, California 3 American League Minnesota (Hamm 2-2 and Kaat 11-12) at California (May 9-11 and Murphy 6-14), 2 twi- nlght. Oakland (Hunter 19-11) at Kansas City (Fltzmorrls 6-3), night Chicago (Johnson 9-10) at Mllwauke (Parsons 12-15), night Washington (Thompson 1-6) at Cleveland (Colbert 5-4), night Detroit (Nlekro 6-7 and Kilkenny 4-4) at Baltimore (Dobson 17-7 and McNally 184), 2, twlnlght New York (Bahnsen 12-10) at Boston (Siebert 16-9), night. National League Montreal (Morton 10-14 and Strohmayer 7-5) at New York (Sadeckl 6-6 and McAndreW 15), 2, twlnlght Pittsburgh (Blass 13-7) at Chicago (Pappas 17-12) Philadelphia (Reynolds) 4-7 at St. Louis (Cleveland 12-10), night Atlanta (Nelbauer 0-0) at Cincinnati (Nolan 11-14), night San Diego (Klrby 13-12) at Houston (Forsch 7-6), night Los Angeles (Downing 18-1) at San Francisco (Marichal 1410) NFL Results Saturday's Results Oakland 24, Baltimore 3 Cincinnati 17, Washington 17, tie Minnesota 24, Miami 0 Dallas 24, Kansas City 17 San Diego 21, Atlanta 14 Only games scheduled. Sunday's Games Houston 24, New Orleans 17 Pittsburgh 20, New York Glanll 3 Chicago 33, Denver 17 Detroit 49, Philadelphia 10 American Boxes BOSTON DETROIT ab r h bl ab r h bl Griffin 2b 4000 ARodrgoz 3b 4 0 0 0 Aparlclo ss 3000 TTaylor 2b 4241 BConglro rf 4000 Kallne rf 4122 RSmllh cf 1100 Frschan c 3000 Petrocllt 3b 3000 Cash Ib 4000 Scott Ib 3011 IBrown If 3000 Gagllano If 1 0 0 0 MStanley cf 4030 Ogltvle H 3000 Brnkman ss 3010 Josephsn c o 0 0 o Cain p 1000 Flsk c' 3121 Tlmermn p 3000 Curtis p 2000 Lahoud ph 1000 Lyle P 0000 Total 28 2 3 1 Total 333103 Boston 001 100000—2 Detroit 001 02000X—3 DP—Boston \, Detroit 2. LOB—Boston S, Detroit 9. HR—Flsk (1), T.Taylor (3), Kaline (15). SB—T.Taylor. IP H R ER BB SO .7 10 3 3 2 5 .1 0 0 0 1 0 .32-32 2 2 3 2 .51-31 0 0 3 4 T—2:22. A—12,612. Curtis (L,0-2) .... Lyle Cain Timermn (W.6-5) WP—Timmerman. NEW YORK ab r h bl CLEVELAND abrhbl Yardstick ..Broncos. Bears Irst downs 9 17 Rushing yardage 24-59 : 30-126 flssing yardage 136 201 Return yardage 94 147 asses 13-24-2 11-31-1 unts B-35 4-44 Fumbles lost 1 1 ards penalized 104 70 CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago Bears rallied behind the >assing of Jack Concannon and Cent Nix to erase a 14-0 deficit and storm to a 33-17 victory over the Denver Broncos in a National Football League exhibition Sunday. Bear place kicker Mack Percival booted four field goals in he home debut at Soldier Field of the Chicago club which played a half-century at Wrig- •ey Field. A crowd of 47,215 in the huge refurbished Lakefront stadium saw Concannon's passing account for a 17-14 Bear halftime lead and Nix put the game on ice in the second half with a 55- yard scoring pass to Dick Gordon. The Broncos jumped ahead 14-0 in the first quarter on Don Horn's three-yard toss to Jim Whalen and his 64-yard pass to Dwight Harrison. Scoring Denver 14 0 0 3—17 Chicago 01710 6—33 Den—Whalen 3 pass from Horn (Turner kick) Den—Harrison 64 pass from Horn (Turner kick) Chi—Shy 4 run (Perclval kick) Chi—Wallace 17 pass from Concannon (Perclval kick) Chi—FG Perclval 27 Chl-FO Perclval 21 . Chi—Gordon SS pass from Nix (Perclval kick) Chi—FG Perclval 48 Chi—FG Perclval 3] Don—FG Turner 29 A—47,215 Revson Wins Title At Donnybrooke BRAINERD, Minn, (AP) Peter Revson chased down and cdught world driving champion Jackie Stewart of Scotland on the third lap and then roared away to victory Sunday in the Canadian-American Challenge Cup road race at Donnybrooke Speedway. Revson, Clarke 2b 5000 Uhlaendr If 4110 Swoboda cf 5010 Plnson cf 4020 While If 4110 RFoster rf 4112 FAlou Ib 4122 Ford rf 0000 Munson C 3010 Fosse c 4120 Blomberg rf 3 0 0 0 Nettles 3b 4223 RHanscn »b 3 0 0 o Chmbllss Ib 4000 Michael ss 3 D 1 0 Bevacqua 2b 3 0 0 0 FPetersn p 2000 Camllll ss 3030 Murcer ph 0 0 0 0 MDowell f> 2000 Kenney pr 0 0 0 0 Hennlgan p 0000 Total New York Clevtland 32 2 6 2 Total 32511 5 200 000 000—2 300 000 01 X— 5 DP—New York 1. LOB—New York 10, Cleveland 4. 2B—Uhlaender, Camilll, F.Alou, Fosse. HR-F.Alou (8), R.Foster (17), Nettles 1 (25). SB—Plnson. S— F.Pelerson, McDowell. IP 8 e i FPetersn MDowell (L.13-12) (W.12-14) Hennlgan Save—Hennigan. T—2:20. R ER BB SO 5503 2 2 6 S 0001 A— 7,556. CHICAGO ab r h bl WWIIams It 5220 Patek ss PKalty rf 3111 Schaal 3b Hrshbger cf 1000 Otis cf CMay Ib 3011 Plniclla If Melton 3b 3001 ROIIver rf Relchardt cf 1 0 0 o Harrison Ib Huntz 2b 3 0 0 ft Floyd 2b Hrrmann c 4000 Martinez e Alvarado ss 3020 Drago p Wood p 3000 Butler p Knoop ph demons p KANSAS CITY ab r h bl 4 0 0 C 4020 3010 3000 4000 4010 4000 2000 2'0 1 0 0000 1000 0000 Total 31 3 6 3 Total 31 0 5 0 Chicago 000 018 001—J Kansas City .... 000980000— 0 E—Martinet, Patek. DP—Chicago 1. LOB—Chicago 10, Kansas City 7, 28— Alvarado. 38—C.May, SB—C.May, Patek, Otis, W.WIIIIami. S-Hunti. SF—Mellon. IP H R ER BBSO Wood (W,20-ll) half of the Gulf McLaren driving team, charged by Stewart coming out of corner No. 4 and averaged 119.137 miles per hour around the winding three-mile course. Revson, commanding leader in the Can-Am point standings after his fourth victory of the series, won $17,000 in the 90,000 race. Stewart ran into mechanical problems and finished sixth. (Hulchlnion News-UPI Telapholo) 1871? —• Nope, this may look like a team frojm a century ago, but actually it's part of the 1971 Washington University football team of St. Louis. The members pictured are those who turned out for practice with old fashioned long hairdos and sideburns. Drago Butler demons (L.16-9) 9 5J-3 . 1 1-3 , 2 50039 52243 00000 1 1 1 J 1 HBP-by Drago (Melton). WP— demons, T—2:20. A—10,880. MILWAUKEE CALIFORNIA abrhbl abrhbl Voss If 3100 Alomar ss 5120 Mitchell If 0000 Rivers cf 4110 Theobald 2b 4211 Fregosl Ib 4020 Cardcnal cf 3011 McMullen 3b 4 0 D 0 Briggs Ib 3111 Gonzalez If 3000 Pena Ib 0000 Parker 2b DMay rf 4011 Chrlsn ss Matchlck 3b 4000 Repoz rf Sanders p 0000 Torborg c ERodrget c 3 0 0 0 Stephnsn ph Auerbach ss 4 0 2 0 Kusnyor c Pattln p Helse 3b 2000 Mooll pr 1000 EFIshcr p LaRoche p Spencer ph AReynlds p Borry ph 2000 1010 4111 2010 1000 1010 0000 2000 0000 1000 0000 0000 Tola I Mllwauket California . E-D.May. California Pattln (W.13-14) Sanders 31 4 6 4 Total 34 3 9 1 100 001 000—4 010 000 020—3 DP—Milwaukee 1, 1, LOB—Milwaukee 5, California 9. 2B—Alomar, Theobald, hrtsn, Rivers. HR—Repoz (13), Brings (18). SB—Theobald. S—Pallln, Berry. SF—Cardenal. IP 7 2 51-3 1 2-3 2 E.Fisher LaRoche (L,10-7) A.Reynolds R ER BB SO 3312 0020 4323 0001 0011 HBP-by S»nd»n (Gonialez). WP— E.Fisher. PB—Torborg. T—2:47. A— 5,072. MINNESOTA OAKLAND •ta r h bl eb r h bl Tovar If 6032 Campnrls ss 5 1 1 0 Carew 2b 6121 Monday cf 5000 Klllebrew Ib 3 0 1 0 RJaqkson rf 4233 Ollva rf 5111 Epstein Ib 5010 Cardanas n 4 o o o Bando 3b 3 0 o o Brye cf 4 o o 0 Mangunl If 4100 Soderhlm 3b 2200 Duncan c 4020 Mltlerwld c 4 3 2 3 Anderson 2b 1 1 0 o J Perry p 2000 DGrten 2b 2010 Strcklnnd p 0000 Gnrrett ph 0000 Gtbherd p 0000 Tonace c 2011 Corbln p 0000 Blue p 3000 Alyca ph 0000 Hendrlck ph 0 0 0 0 Knat pr 0000 Hegan ph 1011 Luebber p 0000 Roland p 0000 Grant p 0000 Blefary ph 1 D 1 0 Total 36 7 7 7 Total 40 5 It 5 Minnesota . ...000001130 1—7 Oakland 100 000 031 0—5 E—D.Green. DP—Oakland 2. LOB Minnesota 10, Oakland 12. 2B--Car*w. 3B—Campanerls. HR—Mltlfwrald (13), R.Jackson 1 (79). S-J.Perry, Cardenas. SF—R.Jackion. J.Perry Strickland Gebhard , Corbln (W.I-10) Lutbber Blu* Roland (L.1-2) ., grant . . Save—Luebber. IP .,. 72-3 . 0 ... 1-3 .. 1 ... 1 .. 8 ... ii-3 1-3 T-3:23. R ER BB SO 4442 0000 A-l 3,747. John Miller Wins Southern Open Title COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) John Miller went from promising newcomer status to that of tournament winner at Columbus Ga. Sunday, winning the 10,000 Southern Open golf title by a whopping five stroke margin, It was the first tour victory for the 24-year-old San Francisco resident who has been playing the circuit for a little more than two years. Hutchinson News Monday, Sept. 13, 1971 Page 7 (News Photo by Jim Hitch) RILL DILLON, 1971 slate ort.ifici.nl litre champ,, lifts stringer of whites. In Individual Lure Competition Dillon Repeats As State Fishing Titlist By JIM HITCH Bill Dillon of Grantville successfully defended his title as state champion in the individual lure competition at Cheney Reservoir Sunday, and he did it withotit catching one largemoulh bass. Dillon h a d trailed Elmer Henning of Wichita by only 14 points when the first day of fishing in tiie 10th annual Kansas State Fishing Contest, sponsored by the Kansas Wildlife Federation, ended Saturday evening. Dillon received an expense paid trip to the U. S. Open Flshington Championship, as a prize for winning the title, Henning hud checked in a stringer of white bass and crappie and a channel cat. Dillon brought in 37 pounds of white bass, of which only 30 pounds could be credited to his score, and one small walleye. Henning faded Sunday but Dillon brought in 37 white bass weighing 31 pounds, 12 ounces, and one channel cat weighing 1 pound, 3 ounces. Manning's catch was four crappie weighing 4 pounds, 4 ounces and 17 white bass weighing 8 pounds, 8 ounces. Point system used in the contest was seven points per ounce for largemouth bass, four points per ounce on walleye, northern and stripers and two points |>w ounce for channel cat, white bass, crappie and bluegill. Chub Brotlon who lives a I the reservoir, was Dillon's observer Sunday. He said Dillon took most of his white buss on a Dixie Jet spoon. In the buddy open class, Saturday's loaders were also overhauled by the number two team. Lloyd Jayncs of Hoisington and Gary Guthrie of Great Bend had a 506-point lead after Saturday's fishing, but had to settle for second place after Charles Doze and Earl Richman of Wichita scored 1,020 points on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joo Zable of Westmoreland were Ihe first ones in from the Mr. and Mrs. contest Sunday afternoon and they had whftt it took to defend their title, won a-year ago at Wilson Reservoir. Tiki Zables hud seven largemouth bass weighing a total of 4 pounds 15 ounces, a 3- pound, 15-ouncc channel which was the biggest in (he contest, eight crappie weighing three' pounds and a half-pound white bass. Explaining why they quit a half hour before deadline, Mrs. Zable confided, "1 had all 1 wanted, It was hot out there.' Sundays high was 94 degrees. The Zables are no strangers to Cheney, having fished it before with Mrs. Zables sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Aldcn Anderson of Nickerson. Frank Kluckncr of Wichita probably caused the biggest stir -around Cheney Marina Sunday, when he checked in with the contest's biggest lurgcmouth bass, a 5-pound, 9-ounce lunkcr. He had two other small black bass. His blacks gave him over 900 points and he might have placed in the winner's circle except for the fact that ho was skunked during Saturday's 12-hour outing. The Lcoti fishermen who placed second in the buddy open last year and third the year before, failed to get into the winning circle this time. Tom .Williams and Dean Josophson brought in three largemouth bass Sunday, th« largest weighing 2 pounds, 14 ounces. They went scoreless Saturday. Their bass were taken on an Agitator, a single spin lure. FINAL STANDINGS (Individual ArllllcUl) 1st - Bill Dillon, Grantvlll*, 2,OM points. 2nd — Elmer Htnnlngi, Wichita, l,4il points. 3rd — James L. Joy, Grantville, t,M1 points. 4th — Ray Wllllngham, Manhattan, 1,116 points. (Buddy Open) 1st — Charles Doze and Barl Rleh>' man, Wichita, 3,020 polnti. 2nd — Lloyd Jayn«s, Holilngton and Gary Guthrie, Great Bend, 1,970 points. 3rd — Bill Mickey and Willis Benson, Wichita, 1,352 points. 41 h — Dick Boerger, Sallna and Of. Larry Kuhlman, Wichita, 1,272 points. (Mr. and Mrs.) 1st — Mr. and Mrs. Jo* Zabl», Westmoreland, 791 points, 2nd — Mr. and Mrs. Homer Miller,' Wichita, 420 points. 3rd — Mr. and Mrs. Larry Englw, Topoka 370 points. (Largest In Species) Largemouth bass — Frank Klucknw, Wichita, 5 pounds, 9 ounces. Whlto bass — Mr. and Mrs. Edd M»d- dox, Wichita, 1 pound, 11 ounces. Channel cat — Mr. and Mrs, JM Zable, Westmoreland, 3 pounds, 15 ounc**, Waloyo - Bill Hlckiy and Willis Benson, Wichita, 12 ounces. Northern — none caught. Slrlpo bass — non» caught. Frank Kluckncr t Wichita, had biggest largemouth.

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