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Minnesota once trolled 6-0 Twins and Hisle club Orioles 8-6 in slugfest By GORDON BEARD AP Sports Writer BALTIMORE (AP)-Larry Hisle of Minnesota was overjoyed with the contact made by his bat on the ball, and Baltimore's Lee May was upset over the near-contact the ball made with his body, May went to the clubhouse earl) 1 , ejected after charging . Minnesota pitcher Dave Goto at the mound. Histe stayed around to finish the 28-hit slugfest, clubbing a two-run loth-in- ning homer which gave the Twins an 8-8 victory Friday night. Hisle, who had taken 25 minutes of extra batting practice in Minnesota on Thursday at the urging of player-coach Tony Oliva, hit for the cycle and drove in four runs as the Twins overcame » M deficit After grounding out In the second inning, Hisle doubled and scored a run In the fourth, tripled home two runs in the fifth and singled In the eighth. Even so, as he strolled toward the plate after Butch Wynegar opened the 10th with an infield single, Hisle thought Manager Gene Mauch might order him to bunL "I'd been hitting second most of the season, and I sacrificed quite a bit," Hisle said. "But 1 wasn't really surprised when I got the sign to swing away. I think the manager Is pleased with the way I'd been swinging." "He's been swinging good," Oliva agreed, "but he wasn't keeping his eye on the ball N> body can hit if you can't see •hat you're'hittlng." With his four hits, Hisle raised his average to .261. He has four homers and with 27 runs batted in, be trails team leader Dan Ford by one. The Orioles tooi a &-0 lead in toe first two innings after pounding Goitz for eight hits, including a two-run single by May in the first,folkiwing an in- tentional walk to Reggie Jackson. With two outs and the bases empty in the second, May pulled away from an 0-2 pitch and yelled something to Goltz. Journaf SPORTS Fwfis Falls (Mi.) Sat.,Ju«5,1976 SPARTANS ON TO TEXAS - These six Fergus Fills Commuttf COegt ftStn pfes Tn OtoB, Thief River Falls (upper left), are traveling taGalvestoc, Texas (or the National Jailor CollegeCoH Tournament beginning Tuesday, June 8. Shown in the front row are Jell Mauch, Kip Borowikl ud Scon Collins. lu the back are Olson, Bill Greenagel, Doug Koennicke and Bill Riviere. The gotten Kill fly from the Twin Cities today at 2:15 p.m. and arrive at Galveston around nine this evening. (Journal photo by Bruce Bakke) On the next delivery, an Indde cirvc, May dropped hi* bit and rushed the mound. He topped momentarily on the slope, and before Hows could be struck, plate umpire Ron Luciano and players from both teams intervened., "Goltz !"it me with a pitch on the left wrist last year and put roe out' of action for three weeks," May said later. "I thought he had set me up then. "After the first close one, I told him I didn't want him throwing another or* near me again. When he did, I rushed out there. He didn't have his hands up, so I couldn't hit him. He acted like he was sorry. As far as I'm concerned, it's over." "I saw more emotion and more words out of Lee May tonight," said Mauch, "then I did in nine years with him in the National League." The Orioles, who stranded eight of their 13 runners in the first three innings, were held to four nils in 6 2-3 innings by Tom Burgmeier and Bill Campbell, 8-2, picked up the victory after hurling the final 1 13 innings. outlast Suns 128-126 in triple OT By DAVE O'HARA . AP Sports Writer BOSTON (AP) - Coach Tommy Heinsohn felt ill and ' begged off the usual post-game interview. Jo Jo White slumped in a chair and asked no one in particular: "Would you believe we've got 'another gam* in Phoenix Sunday?" That was the atmosphere in the Boston Celtics' dressing room early today, 3 hours and 8 minutes after they had tapped off in a pivotal game with the Phoenbt Suns Friday night at the Garden. The Celtics, bidding for an unprecedented 13th National Basketball Association championship, blew a 22-point first- half lead and then edged the JR. BOYS LEAGUE Leading team: Twits 5 high bowlers: DaveBordson(203-203) 572 Jim Adelsman 538 Jeff Austin 535 Jim Branch 524 Paul Dimke 518 MEN'S SPRING LEAGUE' Leading Team: Goppen's Gangster's 5 high bowlers: Steve Sanden (201) 538 Bruce Wahl 53S Steve Kronemann 523 Moirie Moen 520 Dale Rollif 514 WED. NIGHT SPRING Leading Team: Saints and Sinners & CELD. 5 high bowlers: GertFonno(213| 534 NlLaQuaal(211) 531 Bernke Ewert 530 HkBeBice|Z15l 509 Nancy Penning* (223) 499 WOMEN'S SPRING LEAGUE Leading Team: Impatients 5 Ugh bowlers: Jan Kraft 534 Betty Peterson |2«4) 504 JaneSonstebc 4(9 Lucile Riviere 4(4 Mavis SamiKlsou 445 Cinderella Suns from Phoenix ! 28-126 in triple overtime for a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven showdown. The game was a heart-stopper as the Suns fought back throughout regulation, forcing Boston captain John Havlicek tosinkoneoftwofreethrowsto send the game into the first overtime. White, a veteran sharpshooter, saved his best for the overtime periods, hitting for 15 of his game-high 33 in that stretch. He got plenty of help from young.Glenn McDonald and Jim Ard, pressed into action after Dave Cowens and Paul Silas fouled out McDonald cameoffthebench after Silas fouled out in the third overtime of the longest championship round playoff game in NBA history. He sank two baskets, breaking a 118-118 tie. Later he converted two pressure free throws. Ard, who spends most of the time on the bench as Cowens' understudy, said he had lost track of trie number of fouls on Boston's veteran center. Havlicek missed a corner jumper as the first overtime ended 101-101. Then he appeared to give the Celtics a 111110 victory- by banking a running shot as the buzzer sounded for what apparently was the end of the second overtime. Many of the Celtics hurried to the dressing room. Fans swarmed onto the court as Phoenbt Coach John MacLeod desperately tried to get the attention of the officials. He finally did. The Celtics had to return to the floor. MacLeod then called a time" out, with one second left. Scoreboard CHURCH LEAGUE SLOW-PITCH BetMehem 21 Catholic A 20 First Baptist 22 Stikklestad 15 Lutheran Brethren 19 Tonselh Lutheran 16 The Suns already were over the limit on times out, .so the Celtics were awarded a technical foul, White making the free throw. Then, taking the ball in at mhfcourt, the Suns set up Gary Heard, who hit on a game- tying jump shot from the key, forcing stiil a third overtime. Boston spurted to a 125-120 lead and was in front 128-122 with just 31 seconds left Then the Celtics had to survive a pair of baskets by former teammate Paul Westpnal and a near steal 1 in the closing seconds. "It's going to be another war just like this one was," Havlicek said in looking ahead to Sunday's game. "That's what playoff basketball is all about I think the situation that exists is going to create basketball interest in June which has never been seen before." 14-mile run to be held at New York Mills A 14-mile tross-country race will take place in New York Mills, this coming June 19. The race will be one of many events at the town's Kesa-juhla, an annual summer festival. The race will follow a scenic course that begins on the north shore of B ig Pire lake, winding its way on country roads to an end in New York Mills. The race course will be closely supervised. There will be water stations every two miles, traffic control at major intersections,.and a vehicle that will pick up any runners unable to finish- All runners will receive a t- shirt and a certificate for their entrance plus a light meal after the race fora fee.- Winners in eight divisions, which are broken up by age and sex, will be awarded trophies. Other top finishers will receive ribbons for their efforts. The over-all winner will receive an additional trophy. AH inquiries should be directed to Dale Jokela, New York Mills, Minn., 56567. L Pel. Gfi Nt« Yc,H V U .61< - Kjl1'4TMrt 11 71 ill JVr CltrHaid II 71 .'77 t Boston 20 II' (U 7 [MToil » 7S *u T:i MilvrkK 17 21 ' -ili I'l WnT KU1 CilJ M a .117 l«as :» <> «' > Cn:c«oo n M .SM « Fririay'l Cjmfi Cal farni* 5. B«lao i. W :o r AOMM'l I. ajh'mo«e 4. W ' Oah-«fXI t. Kt* York t. 11 in BASS BITE FOR BERREYS-lte Jvdge Robert Bmry Umfl>- rf KMS» City, Mo., cto^t (fcew hakm Friday mondng betw«n <•.» a.m. and 8:31 p'.m. on a namelets bkt Nortiwwtol Otter TaU Uke. With tbetr catch are John L. Berrey,Mn. Robert Berrcy and Judge Robert Berrey. The bass weighed in from 14 pounds up to 5 pounds. (Journal photo by Brace Batte) In boys track r Chisholm, Rochester, Marshall early leaders UINNE&OT at Bostotkd Cifewle HH:<« Twrrtlpr MLTIMODE bi *Crhb, 1 BtfttxtV 1119 t B'tlCt tOll t GfitfllD 5 1 » 1 Ruactuicl 5 1 9 • ^iJm*nlt>- 1 0 0 0 OK-nc«3b S 0 \ 0 ODunctcc i 1 k 0 DAIxtndrp »fl 0 FLan*94np 0 D 1 Toiai « i m Tofii n i is E-Hi*lr, BrAwi OP-WrWW* *. Ba rrtorr 1 LQB-«U«WM»a *. BaHirrvcr 1] IB -D DjfKA*, HrVl. Mora, KvJ'tk. B rre ]&-Cartw, HibJ* HR-His!t U). SB-DeC'fKfi. 3 3 I i K> J, TIKH H. Dt1iO<1 ? 5*!w**r'i G*ran Ca'ifOmia ( TXtirj 7 31 Boston UenVint 461 OAlt'tnd [Torrez i iJ at York (Mjy 4-7) Mtfttesoti (D*aw 13! Bjil.mor* (Ho:rirt»n *]) Cleveland (Dota.cn 5 Jl Chkw (FofSier 1 3) M-IWMXK CB-obcrg" 1 1 OvartDxr 1 o-9] ar Kara; (SplitlwH J4 i-Td Filirncrrl 71, 1 <t-nr Dtfroii (Fidr/th 3 it lf*n (Bly'rfvw *-*>. In) Swdtr 1 ! «*"*« 0**l*n<J af hew York, 1 Or*H»nd it Ch;t*go. 1 California it eottan Otroit At Texts. <n) NATIONAL LEAGUE ElSt W L Pel. GB PhiU 33 13 .Tit — Pirn it 20 .sei i" Mfr, York K 77 41 13- Chicago 72 » .ij| 11' st. LOUH n » .*a i Mcnlrea! IT U -3W 14 X 21 .» . Frm X> 32 JMS IB 10 3J* Frfday'f Ginct gn 7. San 0*53 ? 2. Monh-etl 0 ali 11. 51. L«.il 1 CMc*90 fi I. L« Ang«<n Hociton 1, rVew York San Frarx ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) Rochester John Marshall held the lead in Class AA and Chisholm led in Class A going into the final day of the two-day Minnesota State High School boys' track and field meet John Marshall, which has placed second in state AA track the past four years, captured first place in the sprint medley relay and relay and second in the two-mile for a total of 18 points Friday. Coon Rapids, St. Peter and Fridley Grace were tied for second with 10 points each, White Bear Lake had 9% and Mounds View and Moorhead each had 8 after Friday's finals in high jump, discus, two-mile and spruit medley relay. Minnetonka, which is expected to battle John Marshall for first place, advanced its top men in qualifying Friday night and picked up IK points with a tie for fifth in the high jump. Scoreboard In Class A, distance man Mark Palmquist led Chisholm, which racked up 24 points. Sauk Centre, Albany, Morristown and Rushfprd were tied for second with 10. Defending champion Glencoe failed to score in the five finals Friday— two-mile, shot put, long jump, *** Pbi Iv Pn:i*cMpria (CirCon $an FriTciws CHa<>cki O>k«go (Renfco 1-1) ton [R<ft*rd S-5). tnl , s*n D:*OO (Jonet PiTHbur^-i [M«d^h 441. CmcmntTi (GuTftT Louii [Otnr.y 1-31. tn] AHir.ta (RulhYen Mor^rMl (Kffar 03). I New York IM*tl*ck Angeles («Ki ill. . 3?) In] Los San IT DiltonSoftball League Results Thursday National Bushing Underwood Stenerson Jerry's Bar Friday Dal ton Legion Aastad Rosenblatt Ferguson ST. CLOUD, iV..«l. 1APJ -- Results 0+ rMt^venli Frktay in tr* AV'xaold Bcyi ITrukAMdFkM MMT CUlH AA H^h "rurrp-WajT* Larur. Coon Bsp ici, £5. &o>& Ojt*, //oxhees, ts. A! so Brow-i, Djlj-b Ea5t. 6 5 FrarX Vo*h. R« •ft.nq. 44. j.m D.rkt, rVL-vt-hxvXa, 6*. J«if S-jm-nw*. v;n'-e BMT Like, & ^. D:scu*-l. R:C Lager. ST. Peter. Wl * 1. Ovjg OtiTi. wr.ite B«r LaXe. 3, Pav< ?sb«. Eli«. Biv«. i, L*frc K^ley, St C'wi Teoi. S. Ora-\ Xtotckwr, 5iyh*a 'ff. 4. Bob SH!on, C/pfs WjiHiuf n. T*o mile—1. Joe Sckc'owiki. Fr4J>r date, *:M*. 7, LJayd Kesi. Roch«!*f JrfMM'/jrihall. 3. Tom Pir-gw. Bj(nM»^!p SI Pw.lCr*rrv6, Jay X^«. Siil wa-»f! Mw»>-jh (SxvtDum. JrtI OritU*. Douq Piwce, Bob ftadfnMi.gJ-J. 3-J9.5 ?, vovxh v^w. J. Aiben Lti 4, Rochn'ef . . VXtlm, ?31I 2. Ralpl KOrton. SaA CwJre 3, MMk Ziroe*. Si ay ton t, Vjrlin O'»n, Narrh Branch. 5. Jerry WcJVJTfi, Wdbaiha. t. Jw\ WJi ; *mc«i. j^ptt Mar tf.a'l U. Sror p-.t-l. Dave D ik«, Aiaan/, SJ>'<. 7. JTck Lund, HefrrwJo*-! 3. Ra- SHrh. p.rM River, 4, Rrxi Whiiner. Ja:k- wxi S. Paji ^Dcra'<J. Cfi^uxx^m. i. Mikt TrtMtti. Si'/ff 3a/- Leng it, rrtf>->. Jay Bjrke. Ruvword, U 7 1 :. r«ord (oW A iec<xd UJ'., fXane Rewwke. r*3rr:i'cwa nwi. 7. W-.lc-i Lentt. Spring ValHy. 3. Ow KftiSavW, B'rd IHsrxJ •!. Krvjn LlndHI, Fiko S, Jcrm Vi>le, SauK Cmi/f. t, v.ke S:oll, Ga,tord . SJXinl "n-.ttTfy rHSy-l. B'ue Fart.l (D*n Trut. Davr Oiton, Norm Juoe, Bob V^ftchol). 3-341. record (oM A record 3.15.9. G:tn«00<], TS;3). 7. Chiyvolni 3. St Ctevd Citr-tdral 4, Glenwwd. i. Or iortvi!k. t. Kenyon. PoJ* vj-jd-l, Bwry Rr/tatk. v«rrij- town. 13 4. record lo'd A rpcortf 1? I by S'M S^--*wer, Swjnv Re. iwaarxJLa'ry McE.eri, M^nnv'l't. IBS). 1. J^n Lar vx>. AtortevMeo. 3. V.-ke Knvxt!/. Vjn ka-3 WM»yi ^, M.k* F-ar:ey, CM y»-rn. S. Wile Van Ai:pc. p;ne liijnd. 6. O--r:i LOMWU. S'lpln sprint medJcy relay and pole vault-but advanced its top competitors in the qualifying. Jeff Bunke of Rushford had the best performance of the day, winning the Class A long jump in 23 feet, 2V» inches for a class record. High winds held back times in most events of the meets, whkh are being held at St. Cloud Apollo High School. Today's finals were scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m. ivery boat is a >etter boat withWD-40, Wheaton gal scores in Class A track 2.75 Oz. 11 Oz. GENUINE PARTS CO. 318 West Lipcoln Phom 736-6956 Neteslay, JIK 9 STAG Serving 6:OOto8:IH) iHisei Sirliri rips ii i«f Serving off menu Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights rom 6 p.m. Saturday, Jne 12 ELKS POINT FISH FRY Serving in shifts, 6:00108:30 DANCE 9:00 to 1:00 Music by ALBERT MIKESH Advance Ticket sale at clubM.OO per person (Club dining room' will be closed this night, but lounge will be open) " RICHFELD, Minn. (AP) Edina West took a Itpoint team lead in Class AA going into today's final 12 events in the Minnesota Girls High School Track and Field Meet Hinckley, StewartviBe and ArlingtorMSrttn late were tied as Class A frontrunners, each with 10 points. West entrants took first place in the discus and two-mile run Some ABA teams might join NBA INDIANAPOLIS' (AP) Four American Basketball Association teams apparently have a shot - and some say a good one — at entering the National Basketball Association next season. Indiana Pacers President Jim Hilliard confirmed Thursday that the ABA had talked with the older league about some ABA teams joining the NBA next year. The number arrived at was four — Indiana, New York, Denver and San Antonio. "Yes, it is all true, and yes, I know it to be fact," said Hilliard. A recommendation by the NBA expansion commiltee \\i-\M put a H.5 million price tag on each new NBA franchise from the ABA. Excluded from the plans were Kentucky and Utah, which was moved from St. Louis alter last season, it was not known how the NBA arrived at the decision lo exclude the two franchises. However, Kentucky Colonels' owners John Y. and- EUie Brown have offered the team for syndication, claiming that they can no longer handle the team's expenses atone. Acting as their agent, Jefferson County Attorney J. Bruce Milterwastohaveteasthalfthe purchase price of $1.5 million covered by June 1, with the remainder covered by June 15. Miller informed the Browns earlier this week that he had raised half the money — (750,000. A final decision whether to incorporate the ABA teams into the NBA would have to be made June 13-17 during the NBA Board of Governors meeting at Hyaimis, Mnss. Some owners are known to oppose a merger of any sort. But the deal now has a new twist The CBS television network Has offered the NBA an incentive, in the form of extra cash in its package for right! to televising NBA games, for etc* new team up to four the NBA adds. "We have something we've never had before," said Pacers board chairman Bin Eason, "and that's an offer from the NBA. And unless it changes drastically, it is one which we can live with." But, Hilliard cautioned, "We have no signed contract in hand and negotiations are on daily. There are so many hassles ahead. We stiQ have to deal with the players, and we have to decide what to do about the (ABA) franchises not included. "So there's a lot still-to be decMed before the Ts are crossed and the Fs dotted. There is dfflxme aeUte about the TV money, and the cost to get in is going to be very expensive." Friday to earn 20 points. Northfield, whose Vicky Peterson set a meet record for the highjump at 5-foot-7 in winning the only other AA final Friday, held second place with 10 points going into today's competition. Others who scored in Class AA were Minneapolis Regina, North St Paul, Rosemount and *** RICHFIELD, ttWm (APJ — *HeTf$ t* f«ilPrfnMFri^Y**r« Vj>r«laH GWis Mi* SdwK TrK* *M FrtM Mrcl CUis A Lcnqj«Tp-l, Clttr Hjrtmam, ArKr^ XnGtttn.lJJ*. 17 I' j. J. L'mJi $vr^«r m*a. Arttin P»ce(H. 3, D^*nt ?*r. Dm RivflT.I. RhO«aMO«*. SorlnjVlKfT-S Wenbr R»9*n, RerviBt. i. B«th MtCktrr. Aitkkt. ... 1. D**orf Morrow. La*! on 1. C»m &«*.f,~x*\e Park. 1. D Swtn. RcnvU* S. Rhondi Sch*|l. Rochester John Marshall, S; Richfield and Moorhead, 6; Hopkins Lindbergh, Cambridge and BurnsviUe, 4; Wayzata and Forest Lake, 2, and Alexandria, Chaska and St Paul Tartan, L Other Class A teams which tallied points In Friday's three final events were Grey Eagle, Austin Pacelli and Lake Bent- ori, each with 3; Redwood Falls, Lake Park, Deer River and Renvilk,6; Rochester Lourdes and Spring Valley, 4; Slayton and Blue Earth, 2, and Whealon and Wuithrop, 1. A first-place finish was worth 10 points, second 8, third 6, fourth 4, fifth 2 and sixth 1. Hinckiry, 11 M I. J. , . . Oonr* O*Hvt. Boc>^iter . 5. Ooreen Zimrr.d. Si»yton. I. O'ftr ien, Wiolrroo " Highjvmp-1. V<Vy Pftrvr,. Hath l**l SJ, record (OW rttord SS. VKI C»a*«Jffi, O«fkj. mi). I. VJI Hff »n. RocF«Stir Jart M«(V«n. 3. Miry $r* *kcr. MoorVM I. M<SfO« L* Courier , . S: R|ini« Sclrwrt. , wesl. !»» I. ). C«»tT Sir«nr tcrick, Burmvir iitt y Hf! . . KrU Jo^nwn, W* T Mtfr M*9*«s. chnM^ ml*» rurv— I, Ocnru 0*nfy, Edr4 Frr. 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