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Tuesday, August 21, 1973
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18 SYRACUSE POST-STANDARD, Aug. 21, 1973 Faces Fourie Tonight Foster Risks Boxing Title ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. defeOM in meeting South Af(AP) - Bob Foster parity* rica'f Pierrie Fourie. his knockout punching end A graduate of the street hometown pride Tuesday fight ranks and a converted night, battling for his 12th southpaw, the challenger will successful light heavyweight bank on speed and hvflghtmg ability agamst me jaaay Reds Shade Mets by 8-3 In 16 Heats NEW YORK (AP) - Jobn- champion. "I'll knock him out within six rounds," predicts the 34-year-old Foster who grew up in Albuquerque, Uvea here now but never before had fought locally with the title at stake. Fourie has appeared calm fiv nmrii'c nin-cmrintr ctnai* during his training a snapped a 16th inning tie Ns motel, a site in marked Monday and the Cincinnati contrast to the old gym by Reds went on to score four the «*to*ad tracks where the more runs, beating the New champion did his work. York Mets 8-3. "l train*d there before and With the score tied 3-3 and ^1?^ one out, Denis Menke and p^r a l^Ttm^^ Tony Perez singled then ^Vft^^^L^ Bench brought in Menke for Z^Si^T g P the tiebreaklng run. Tug * °;e1, „ ijt _^ McGraw, 04, then walked *J*^J* Larry Stahl to load the bases *W* «* SyieldingtoHarry^ark- ^fred^MthS two ruas wift a stogie asl Ed £™» l"** * A** Crosby closed out the scoring Watson warns Astros' Richard Gives Two Hits Premature Celebration Sprinter Semyon Kocher of the USSR crosses the finish line first in the 1600-meter relay and is congratulated by Soviet teammates during the World University Games. Finishing behind Kocher is Den nis Schultz of the United States. Moments later the Soviets were disqualified for a humping incident and the win went to the USA. (UPI Telephoto). HT*™^r™vllr r> _��� n . . T J A withatwo^runtripie. ^XiAn^^f KU55lun rrOZmSZ I (117160 UOWH pe IMS went ahead b .the ' Pierrie ^ luTa zttzzxz SpirrrcenTof^ Denis Menke, but the Mets £K T ™^ got the run back in the bot- ^oneV. Mian Si" "on6 TaTcrifice «?S * «W» HOUSTON (UPI) - Young Jim Richard pitched a twoJiit-ter and Bob Watson hit a grand slam home run Monday night to lead the Houston Astros to a 10-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Al Oliver had both hits off Richard, hitting a single through the box with two outs in the seventh inning to break up the no-hitter, and then doubling home two runs with two outs in the ninth following a pair of walks. Mrs. Allen In Senior Golf Tourney LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (AP) - Mrs. I. Wayne Rutter of WiUiamsviile is scheduled to defend her New York State Senior Women's Golf Championship title beginning Tuesday. The 36-hole medal play tourney will be played on the 6,445-yard Whiteface Inn Gold Cours* here. Three other former state champions are entered, including Mrs. Geoige Trainor and Mrs. Douglass Coupe, both of Rochester, and Mrs. Philip Allen of Syracuse. Oliver also broke up a no-hitter by Ron Bryant of the San Francisco Giants in the seventh innings last Friday night. Richard, 6-foot-8 and 222 pounds, throttled the Pirates with his overpowering fast ball. He struck out nine and walked three in advancing to a 5-1 record. The 23-year old Richard was called up from Denver of the American Association on May 29 and stepped into the starting rotation July 27. This was his Hth major league start and third complete game. Watson hit his grand slam homer into the left field bleachers in the fifth inning, Richard and Bob Gallagher singled and Roger Metzger walked to load the bases and set the stage for Watson. Lee May hit a three-run homer off loser Dock Ellis in the fourth inning. PITTSBURGH HOUSTON Clinei cf 4 0 0 0 Gaileghr rf 5 2 2 0 ZiW " 3 0 0 0 SgSfi? 3b 3 12 1 sanguilln c 3 0 0 0 Stewart 3b 10 0 0 St«noett2D 3 0 0 0 LAAaylb 4 2 2 3 U.S. Wins Two Relay Races pagan~ 35 10 12 Giants Edge Expos, 6-4, In 11 Frames amee or « per cent of all MOSCOW (AP) - Amer- and keot aoiim." the 1,500 and 5,000 meter of five. The winnine time was i c a ' 5 speed men finally The crowd of 30,000 at Le- runs. 44 seconds flat, caueht up with their Soviet nUl stadium- which at first Glen Herold, a Watertown, the Russians also picked up .JT ' . wnn . ft cheered an apparent Russian wis., distance ace out of the a gold medal in the women's nvais Monaay ana won iwo victory? became incensed, University of Wisconsin lost springboard diving, won by relay races-one on a foul whistling and jeering, when by less than a second to the Tamara Safanova, and in the and after a vigorous Russian the United States was de- stretch-running Mikhail Zhelo* nien's team sabre in fencing, protest— which restored some clared winner. bovski of the Soviet Union in The Americans were over- of Uncle Sam's honor in the The Russians lodged a for- the 5,000, won in 13 minutes, joyed by their first gold med- World University Games. mai nrotesf and the hannv 41.3 seconds. al in the 1,600 relay. Tom MONTREAL (AP) - Gary ^ US' sPrinters wteped Yanks were momentarily de- ift &e 1,500 Tony Waldrop Whatley of the University of utnn\*~„. *^t~j ^ j the Russians in the 400-meter ™h thPiV m«feis wnii* t*,* ^ a* tt«; u.. Alabama ran the first leg, fol- Seaver, who pitched 12 in- home with the tie-breaking 16147 for ^ first 801(1 med" *PP*ti jUI7 looked at mov^es Carolina lost by only three lowed bv Gilbraith» LarrV» liucs. struck out 12 batters run when iflrr» tw. K«KkiJ al of these Games and shortly 0f the race. The Dictures ctrin« tn PHfWc v^n^c Brown cf Essex. N.J., Corn- ana rearea u snraigni, dux the relay throw in the 11th in- wwrw*™ viuory CttJIJe MW snowed a clear violation. james Clement, who broke Rose ended that skein with a ning, helping the San Fran- t0 their Q^rter-mile team- ^ Arnericans added tw0 &e tape in 3:42.3. Reginald lead-off single in the 11th. It Cisco Giants to a 64 decision mates m ™e 1>600» wl?lch ™e silver medals and four bronze McAfee of Cincinnati and the was th- 10th time Seaver, over the Montreal Expos Mon- Soviet tcam won and then lost in the action packed final day University of North Carolina who regained the National day night. on a technicality. of the track and field com- was a close third. Uague strikeout lead from The Giants then added an ?*re™ T'fLT^T Potion-ending a four-day The United States' other Phiiadelohia's S t e v e Carlton ;MC.„r.o™ *t, ^: i^- ments before the final deci- j_„„v,* „«j _i . with 194, had struck out 10 or and an infield0ut sion was made by the appeal ^ fl * wne_ bI()nde wpr, won lv Pnhftrt string/' The Americans won Worth, Tex., a student at the University of Arizona in fly by Cleon Jones. Hie Reds jumped off to an early 2-0 lead on home runs by Larry Stahl in the second and Joe Morgan in the third. StahTs second of the season ahd. Morgan's 18th came off starter Tom Seaver. • But the Mets tied it up in the sixth on double by Millan that scored Seaver and John Milner's sacrifice fly. munity College and Steve Riddtck of Norfolk, Va.f State. "When T got the stick we were behind," said Riddick, the anchor. "T wasn't thinking about nothing but that more batters this year and the 45th time in his career. 3-3 in the eighth and 44 in In l>m> Semy°n Koch' Hftse If Wtorgin 2b Brie»*n 3D Atenke 3b Tfer« lb •ench c |t«hl rf Otrhnimo cf Chanty « Kosco ph Crosby is Billinghm p the 10th on Ron Fairly's two solo home runs, Nos. 12 and 13, the Soviet anchor, broke the tape in front of the United States' Dennis Schultz of Ok- Mike Phillips tripled home lahoma State but it didn't Dave Kingman with a run in coum- «J™ were G1S' the top of the eighth, giving q^TT IT the Giants a 3-2 lead and then record. The winning time in 1,600 was 3 minutes, 4.4 seconds, with Britain placing second In the baton pass from the . . singled home another in the B?!05* *? 31?^!?' ^ day night. The water people nea of Italy in 20.5 seconds 10th for a 4-3 edge. win Bond of me University of won 19 of the United States' while Russia's Ianis Sirnis Southern Methodist Univer- the men's high jump, Warden siry, finished third in the Gilbraiih of Amarillo, Tex., women's platform diving. and the University of New * w t rprmanXr "third Medal production should in- Mexico, in the men's 200 me- «"k lut2 of me University crease for the Americans ters and Tony Hall of Norfolk ?^„n75M when the ^swimmers and other (Va.) State in the javelin. J/Swed bv K? 52 The 200 went to Pietro Men- °' , c«u„if, Concluded from preceding page club until just before the nightcap. Closter, who pitched well enough to win, now is 6-11 and hasn't won a game since beating Toledo July 19. The twin bill was the fastest double header of the season, the first one going 1:48 and the second 1:28 . . . This was the third time the Chiefs were shut out behind Pagan, who was pitching before the home crowd for the first time. The Chiefs and Mud Hens will close their series here tonight, Utica Club night, with Dave Lemanczyk (44), Westhlli and Hartwick gradu-a t e , hurling for Toledo against Larry Gowell (10-6)* Lemanczyk hurled a nifty lhree-hirter in a 1-0 victory over Rochester last Friday to celebrate his 23rd birthday. Pittsburgh E-Sf*rtneft. DP-PJffibwrgh ), Houston 1. LOB-Pittsburgh 2, Houston 5. 2B-DgRid«r, L.AA*y, A.Oliver. Hft-LJWMy J.Richard. j.Richird (W,5-l) ^Women's nine-hole mwiber-guwt *t Two-bC, toes* ton _ Helen Plmln- Junlors club championship at Beaver Meadows: ^ 18-hole boys: championship fllBht. i^ci^v^iSt Nine-hole rWs: chMnpiomhtp flignt. flight. KJth first fll^t. Debbie iJarkert Leaders of the women'* Wlldwc KeRlcrs League: Class A: Jeanne Ite Adams, low fr< 31: Fran Rouady, Jo«- net 29. Class MadRe Well*, low gross 35; Elean Itanafln, low net 30. Secret score: a rlan Nowj^ck^Iow gross. Dottle ^An Adams, 'low putts* * League champions: Madge Wells a MONTREAL. Z "~~ viiw^lianVrt 11 S0l(1 mefla,S at lunn» ,y,» ".Me IZJ^J^i^^ -Italy, three years ago. 0W 002 SoS MO 1« o- 5 rhSrmn !b NeTVwkTLoB-cVndnnafi'S, Kingman^b it 10. 2B-Staub 2, Roje, Seaver, phliilpt sj B-Crosby. HR-SfahJ (2). Mor- DvRader c S-Hahn, AAenke, Millan. SF- Bradley p 000 Unn 2b oooo 1 3 0 HBreedenib 3 0 10 l 0 l B Allen 2b 4 0 11 and momentarily stumbled. "I felt the Russian's band around my leg," Bond said. The Soviet Union was hardly stopped. The Russians captured the javelin with toss of 262 feet, 8% inches. The Soviet Union's other track gold medals were won Jets' Defender Ebersole Has Miss Morabho Retains District Junior Title Borbon 3 Carroll (W.5-6) A Seaver 12 McGraw U.0-6) 31 KParker : T-3:4a. A-29,314. ' 1 2 Total 46 9 1 SanFrancisco fish's Homer Gives Bosox 5-4 Verdict E— Phillip., Llnlf. OP-MonlrMl 1. i^^JS*h.^S-^' «ained six more MedaIs in by Valentin Dmitrienko in the RrnLon UnnA But I passed the baton okay, track ^ {m> aMther jn nj_7. Dmm ^ DTOKeil HOnQ Draft Choice Ferguson Signs Flyers' Pact iencing ana an eignin m me icv m tne 4uu meter nuraies, MCU7 vnpK fiipn— John women-s diving. The Russian 49.6 seconds; Nadezhda Chiz- INbW ™ , . . total after five days was 44 hova in the women's shot put, Ebersole, middle linebacker gold, 21 silver and 22 bronze. 68-3%; Liliana Tomova in the for the New York Jets, sus- the United States have two women's shot put, 68-3*^; Li- tained a broken right hand in golds, three silver and nine liana Tomova in the women's Sunday>s game with the New bronze. 800 meters, 1:595 and the „ , ' * , .„ , Dramatic vir.tori^ in tto 400-metPr relav team in a York Giants and will be out !Klis3?5^ Defenseman Doug Ferguson, relays for the Americans race in which the American for one week, missing the St. man.s^H.Breedan, unti sF-giccovey ^ Philadelphia Flyers' sev- were almost matched by sil- girls hobbled the baton and Louis game Saturday night. ?.ra.?'»y * , I ? \ i * pnth choice in last Mav*s ver medal performances in finished fifth in a final field Ebersole is expected to re- PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Defending champion Paula Morabito of Beaver Meadows carded an 18-hole score of 73 and captured her second straight title in the Syracuse Women's District Golf Association's Junioj Girls tournament yesterday at Westvale. Paula, 17, defeated a field of 36 girls to earn the "Betsy Shulman Trophy." Runnerup in the 18-hole, low gross event was 14-year-old Betsy Barrett of the Camillus Country Club. She fired a round of 74, and won the "Helen Stewart Trophy." Next with a 75 was Joan Corcoran, while Denise Bro-ton, Sandy Parnell and Pat McAdam al! finished with 78s. Australian Wins SANTANDER Spain (AP) — Barry Philip Moore of Australia beat Francois Jauffret of France B4t 6-0, 6-4 Monday in the title match of an international tennis tournament. in (W.1-0J amateur draft, was signed 7 2-3 s 3 3 4 a Monday, general manager Keith Allen announced. pSilvi. V* ! i S S S Fereuson siened a multi-year ' ARLINGTON (AP) — Carl- it-«*-^ * HnrkTv T^ue team SKsairs .^r-rv... ss-T-r.s i*™«f dn* tu * * KKJmnau JLIOS Jar figure. Doig New Director Of Fish and Wildlife ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Cortland offices of the divi- IeT^.Po^ithM^ "irector of the Division of department's Bureau of Wild- turn, with a cast, to play the following week against New Orleans. Quarterback Joe Namath, removed from Sunday's game with a bruised right elbow, will be available for this tory over the Texas Rangers RICHMOND, Va. - The J^ff* KJfS^^llS^ partment of Environmental Doig succeeds Albert Hall, Monday night. Richmond Braves downed Ti- ^£^5li^*^TLa Conservation, the department who resigned this spring to I Danny cater drew a one-out wwaier, z-u, in me ursL , ' ° °° walk before Fisk hit hia 24th game of a scheduled Inter- the F yers a clean sweep m home run of the season over club until just before thu J« "l uiait WiU^; Softball Results v fcrlsttey — M and J announced Mondav. accent the nost of executive ckn*^ n. Doig, 38, is a career wild- director of the Temporary 0,S£" °*n KcUy's life hioloeist who began work- Commission to Studv the . *™T**™ "i_soutt» Gate the center field fence to wipe here Monday night. The sec- ™* u™ TTT. X. tt-i^0 ing for the state in 1956. He Catskills. ;out a 4-3 Ranger lead. ond game was postponed be- 1 ai.WB u,uvw has $erVed in the Olean, His salary in the post will Stone 2. (Tim Inn irtnathe "CM t Tommy Harper's 15th cause of rain. Bomer of the season gave the TIDiWATf!ll rez knocked in a Texas run ^YuZ. Soio fK*,?1* loiJ With a sacrifice fly in the sec- fSSSffS 3 0 e 0 22 £c,fh ? ? J ? ond inning and the Rangers a™** mSmtt la ?! Poughkeepsie, Watertown and be $30,974. SOLVAY TRIUMPHS Solvay defeated Cherry Road, 70-57, in a Geddes Frosh Leamie basketball made it 3-1 On Jeff Bur- Fritz lb 3 0 0 0 "51 5 «*mA l>«t nioht a« Paul Sua- roughs' tworun homer in the cotiolc 2010 %t?ZH IJJ! rez tallied 20 points, Mike |hird,hisaOthoftheyear. ?Jf;iip jtttt fS,Tp rft» Masica had 19 and Matt : Dave Nelson's squeeze bunt jooooo^o Kearney canned 14. Solvay (9- |H the fourth before BOStOn 2B-Boliclalr, Howard, Nordhaaan — came back with a pair in the H.r„. ,. »^ P « M*q ftttfa on homers bv Fisk and i « o o 2 5 SGROI STARS Darrell Evans. 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