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Burleson sets up win Boston trips Twins 3-2 at Fenway Park By DAVE O'HARA AP Sports Writer BOSTON (AP) - Shortstop Rick Burleson, the Boston Red Sox' candidate for American League rookie of the year honors, set up the winning run, but was angry with himself. That's the way things are around the Red Sox these days as the team makes a determined bid for the East Division title. Everyone is trying to be perfect. After failing to bunt on an attempted sacrifice, Burleson broke out of a prglonged hitting slump with a double down the left fiel line. That set the stage for Boston to push across a ninth inning run for a 3-2 victory Friday night over the Minnesota Twins. "I should have been able to bunt," Burleson said with candid self-criticism. "I don't know what's wrong with my bunting. I'm going to come out to the park early tomorrow and work on it." The Twins, who tied the score in the top of the ninth on Glen Borgmann's two-out run- scoring single, probably wish Burleson had been able to bunt after Doug Griffin led off with a walk against Minnesota relief ace Bill Campbell. Burleson, who had grounded into two double plays earlier, Lofquist looks for end of rainbow as Vike By BRENT KALLESTAD AP Sports Writer MANKATO, Minn. (AP) Minnesota Viking free agent Gordy Lofquist has stayed on U.S. Highway 14 looking for the end of his football rainbow, a position with a National Football League team. The S-foot-2, 233-pound Lofquist, was a prep football star at Winona, Minn., High School. From there he moved on to Raiders sock it to Lions DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit Lions were shocked and soaked after the Oakland Raiders socked it to 'em Friday night. Oakland—which had the advantage of playing many veterans who had been in camp for several weeks—soundly beat the rookies and rusty-veterans from Detroit, 41-10, in their National Football League exhibition game before a crowd of 20,488 at Tiger Stadium. It rained heavily for some three hours before the game. Rookie Harold Hart scored a pair of touchdowns for the Raiders to run his preseason total to six, while Oakland embarrassed Detroit with a 63- yard scoring run by rookie Mark Van Eighen on a fake punt and a 51-yard touchdown interception return by rookie Chris Arnold. The other Oakland touchdowns were by Clarence Davis on a three-yard run to conclude a drive with the opening kickoff, and by tight end Bob Moore on a three-yard pass from veteran Ken Stabler. A 32-yard field goal by Efren Herrera and a three-yard scoring run by Willie Burden accounted for the Lions' scoring. Oakland had 22 veteran players in camp before the twoweek players strike moratorium sent the remainder to practice. The Raiders started mostly veterans. Detroit, meanwhile, started a mostly rookie crew and eventually veterans saw action- many very little, however. Only eight veteran Lions had reported to camp before the moratorium began a few days ago. South Dakota State University at Brookings and a superlative collegiate football career. How he's fighting for a spot on the Minnesota Vikings' roster. Winona, Brookings and Mankato are all situated on Highway 14. "I love to hit and I'm willing to play on the suicide squad," said Lofquist. "I love the suicide squad." Lofquist, a free agent, arrived at the Minnesota training camp after an unusual series of circumstances. He was drafted by the World Football League's Chicago Fire and traded to the New York Stars shortly before the WFL regular season. Lofquist, who didn't want to play in New York, headed for Winnipeg, Man., hoping for a career in Canadian pro football, but was sidetracked to the Minnesota training camp in Mankato. "I just want to play football," Lofquist said. "It would be icing on the cake to be with the Vikings. They're near my home, and more importantly, they're winners." Lofquist said he benefited by playing college football at South Dakota State. "We were in a good enough conference (North Central) to get a good look from the pro scouts and I know it helped me to play four years," he continued. "I think the trend is toward smaller schools now, too. Football was a lot of fun at a school the size of (S.D.) State and you still have some sanity in a program at that level." He said the suicide squad is a realistic goal for a rookie trying to make an established team. "Let's face it," Lofquist said. "The Vikings have (Jeff) Siemon at middle linebacker, good veterans on the outside, and two high draft choices who are linebackers." Lofquist, who was a defensive tackle in college, played linebacker for the first time in his football career in Minnesota's 27-21 exhibition loss at Denver last weekend. "I'm disappointed that I played like a rookie," Lofquist said. "I made a lot of mistakes, but I'm confluent I can make the adjustment to linebacker. "If I'm a good enough athlete to play in the pros, I'd better be able to make that adjustment." lined his double just inside the foul line to left, sending Griffin to third. Hick Miller was walked intentionally, filling the bases, and the Minnesota outfield was drawn in. Juan Beniquez then popped a hit to very shallow right and Griffin scored as Borgmann was unable to handle a bouncing throw to the plate. The victory enabled the Red Sox to boost their AL East lead to 4M; games over Cleveland, which was belted by Texas 7-3. "These are the kind of games we're going to have to win," Boston Manager Darrell Johnson said. "We did it the hard way, but we did it. They all count." "Luck," said Minnesota Manager Frank Quilici with a faint smile, "can mean an awful lot in this game. Campbell has been pitching wonderful baseball for us, and he did again tonight. However, you can't do too much about balls hit just inside the line and a bloop single." Juan Marichal, a 35-year-old veteran just two weeks off the disabled list, had a string of 20 consecutive scoreless innings snapped and missed a chance for his fourth consecutive victory and No. 244 of his brilliant major league career. The Boston right-hander, purchased from the San Francisco Giants last December, allowed even hits, but only one run, before leaving after six innings because of a minor stiffness in his kicking leg. Diego Segui gave up the tying run in the ninth, then collected the victory. "I don't mind as long as we win," Marichal said. "Winning is the only thing that counts, and I'm happy tonight. Marichal, however, reached another milestone in his major league career. He fanned two, boosting his strikeout total to 2,301. He is only the 16th pitch er in history to reach the 2,300 mark. Stockton 12 under in Hartford Open Journal SPORTS Fergus Falls (Mn.) Journal Sat., August 17,1974 Q By ZOB GREEN AP Golf Writer WETHERSFIELD, Conn. (AP) — 'I have a good attitude," Dave Stockton said, trying to explain his record-setting lead midway through the $200,000 Sammy Davis Jr.-Greater Hartford Open Golf Tournament. "That's what golf is all about, really," he said. "Attitude. I'm having a great time. It's a lot more fun to walk along and laugh and talk with people than to trudge down the fairway with your head down looking at the worms." Torre laces two-run single in Cards' 2-1 win Scoreboard t-H Softball Tournament Results Dane Prairie 11, Fergus Fergus 0. Winning Pitcher Greg Burau. Orwell 18, Wolf Lake 15. Winning pitcher Dale Kaasa. Highlight of the game included two grand-slam homeruns by- Johnny Roehl. Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (215 al bats)— Carew, Win. .361; Hargrove, Tex, .344 RUNS—D Allen. cni, SO: Grich. Bal. 73 RUNS BATTED LN—Bur By ALEX SACHARE AP Sports Writer When Joe Torre stepped to the plate with the bases loaded in the ninth inning Friday night, he was happy not to see a familiar face. Torre, who had been struck out by John D'Acquisto in each of his previous three times at bat, laced a two-run single off San Francisco reliever Elias Sosa to give the St. Louis Cardinals a 2-1 victory over the Giants. "Just getting up and not having to face that other guy (D'Acquisto) felt good," said Torre, whose single to left kept the first-place Cards 1'A games in front of Philadelphia in the tight National league East. Elsewhere in the National League, New York edged Cincinnati 2-1 in 12 innings, Pittsburgh tripped Los Angeles 5-2, Philadelphia defeated Atlanta 6-3, Houston whipped Montreal 8-3 and Chicago stopped San Diego 4-1. Grant to take 70 players to Miami roi.-i;hs, Tex D.Allen. M'n. Chi. 165. H I T S-Carew. Scott. Mil, 135. OOUBLES-Rudi. Oak. 32: Scott, Mil, 29. TRIP1ES Rivers. Cal, II; OILS, KC. 9 HOME RUNS-D Alien. Chi. 32: Burroughs, Tex, 23. STOLEN BASES—North, Oak, 43: Rivers. Cal, 30 PITCHING [12 Decisions! — G Perry. Cle. 167. .656, 243 T.ant. Bsn. 139. .692. 262. STRIKEOUTS—N Ryan, Cal. 769; Blyleven, Min, 174. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (275 al batsl- Garr. All. .360; Gross. Htn. 324 RUNS-Worgan. Ci... 85; Scnmidl. Phi. 63. RUNS 3ATTED IN SchnVdl. Phi. 91; Bench. Cin, 90 H I T S—Garr. AM, 17B: DCash. Phi. 153. DOUBLES-Cardenal. Chi. 28: Starsell. Pgh. 28: Bench. Cin, 28 TRIPLES-Garr, All, 15: A Oliver. Pgh. 11. HOME RUNS—Schmidt, Phi. 27. Wyr^i. LA. 27; Bench. Cin. 24 STOLEN BASES-B.-rxk. StL. 61: Morgan. Cin. JO PITCHING 112 Decisions) - JOOn. LA. 133, 613, 2.53 Ca'd we'll. SF. 11 3, .736, 3.15. STRIKEOUTS-Csriton. Pm. 132. Messrsn-tn. LA. 167 MANKATO, Minn. (AP) Coach Bud Grant says he'll take all 70 of his Minnesota Vikings players to Miami for the preseason National Football League game against the Dolphins. But Grant refused to name a starting lineup for the Monday game until tonight, saying only that there would be some veterans among the starters. "We're going after this game to win it, more than running people in to look at them," Grant said. "We've had as many as 30 practices to look at people already." The Minnesota coach cautioned that the game would "in no way be a replay of the Super Bowl." The Vikings were 24-7 victims of the Dolphins in the classic last January. Miami has had most of its veteran players in camp for some time, while the Vikings were virtually without veterans until this week. "We're going to be a little handicapped," Grant admitted. Dolphin Coach Don Shula has named Bob Griese to start at quarterback tor-Miami. Larry Csonka and Nick Buoniconti also are slated for Dolphin starting berths. Miami will be without the services of Paul Warfield, Mercury" Morris, Dick Anderson and Manny Fernandez, all of whom are nursing minor injuries. D'Acquisto, 9-11, handcuffed the Cards on just two hits over the first eight innings, but pinch-hitter Jim Dwyer walked to open the ninth and Lou Brock singled him to third, bringing on Sosa. Bob Gibson, 7-10, got the victory. Mets 2, Reds 1 Rusty Staub singled home Bud Harrelson in the top of the 12th to put the Mets in front 2-1. It was then up to New Ysrk relief ace Tug McGraw to keep things that way. The first man up in the bottom of the 12th was Johnny Bench, who laced a McGraw curve to the wall in left field, and wound up on second with a double. McGraw fielded a Darrel Chancy bunt, spun and fired to third in time for the out, and retired the next two batters. Pirates 5, Dodgers 2 Dock Ellis fired a five-hitter for the Pirates, posting his sixth consecutive victory and handing the Dodgers their fourth straight loss. It was Pittsburgh's 23rd win in the last 33 Dave Cash slugged a two-run triple in the ninth inning to break a 3-3 tie and lead the Phils to victory. He then scored on a passed ball. With one out in the ninth, Bill Robinson was safe at third base when Atlanta's Ralph Garr dropped his fly ball for an error. After Bob Boone struck out, Tommy Mutton walked, then Cash laced his triple to right-center. AstrosS, ExposS Doug Rader drove in four runs with a homer and a single to lead Houston to victory. Rader's RBI single keyed a three- run outburst in the fourth inning, while his three-run homer capped the scoring in the eighth. Cubs 4, Padres 1 Relief pitcher Tom Dettore belted a two-run double in the sixth inn big and hurled in 6 1-3 innings of three-hit relief to lead the Cubs past San Diego. Stockton, who presents a happy face to the world in most circumstances, is positively gleeful now. His putter is the reason. He's played 36 holes and has one-putted exactly half the time on his way to a 130 total, a whopping 12 under par on the friendly little 6,598-yard Wethersfield Country Club course. His pair of six-under-par 65s represents the best 36-hole total on the pro golf tour this season and gave him a two-stroke lead over Bob Wynn and three over I>ee Trevino going into today's third round of the chase for a $40,000 first prize. Wynn, a non-winning tour regular, had a 64—the best round of the warm, sunny day— in Friday's second round and took over second place at 132. Trevino, enjoying one of his best putting rounds since March, had a 65-133. It was another two strokes back to the group tied for fourth at 135, seven under par but a distant five strokes behind Stockton who is pulling away from the field despite painful bone bruise on his right foot. They included Australian Bruce Crampton, John Mahaffey, J.C. Snead, Lebron Harris and Bob Payne. Crampton and Payne had 65s, Harris a 66 and Mahaffey and Snead 67s in the warm, sunny weather. Bob Murphy, who shared the first-round leads with Stockton, went to a 72 and 137. Defending champion Billy Casper managed a 68 and, at 139, was tied with Hubert Green. Green, a three-tune winner this year and in contention after the first round, drifted back with a 72. South African Gary Player, winner of the Masters and British Open, fell off the pace with 71-140. Jack Nicklaus, U.S. Open champ Hale Irwin, Arnold Palmer and Johnny Miller, the year's leading money-winner, are not competing. Although his phenomenal putting has been the key to Stockton's success, he pointed to the rest of his game, too. "I'm a much better player now than I was in 1970 when I won the PGA," he said. "I'm learning a little bit every year. At 32 years old, I'm not on the downgrade yet. I'm learning all the time." Corner leads Post by stroke at St. Paul Chisox, Yankees split in AL By HAL BOCK AP Sports Writer H has often been written of baseball that the game's not finished until the last man is out. Neither, it seems, is a kayoed starting pitcher. And if you don't believe that little piece of diamond philosophy, just ask Chuck Tanner, manager of the Chicago White Sox. He knows all about it. Tanner saw the Sox split a doubleheader with the New York Yankees Friday night in rather remarkable fashion. Chicago lost the first game 9-8 when Thurman Munson hit a two-out, two-run homer in the bottom of'the I3th inning. Then Stan Bahnsen, knocked out in the second inning of the opener, came back to win the nightcap with 4 2-3 innings of solid relief as Chicago gained the split, 4-2. Elsewhere in the American League Friday night, Boston edged Miinnesota 3-2, Texas rapped Cleveland 7-3, Baltimore shut out Kansas City 1-0, California trimmed Milwaukee 7-3 and Detroit defeated Oakland 5-3. Red Sox 3, Twins 2 Boston pushed across a ninth- inning run on Juan Beniquez' bases-loaded single to shade Minnesota. Rick Burleson's double sandwiched around walks to Doug Griffin and Rick Miller set the stage for Beniquez' winning hit. Orioles l.RoyalsO The night's best pitching job belonged to Baltimore's Ross Grimsley who fired a three-hitter at Kansas City. Rich Coggins drove in the game's only run with a single in the fifth inning, carrying the Orioles to their victory. Grimsley, 14-10, gave up a walk, a single and a double in the opening inning, but allowed onlv one more hit the rest of the MAJOR LEAGUE standings American Lei9~.it 1C York • ft C '., :'a . a Friday "•*. :i EiSt V* t. PCI. 65 53 551 55 56 5'! a 5! 5ce 5£ 60 4«; 56 63 47] 5 : West 6! 51 5J5 65 55 530 K- 5* 564 6' O. 504 5! 62 4«3 4'. 7i 430 's Games 9 2. Ch:caoo GB J : S ; 5": E . 1 -. •1 21 84. National E, 5' LO- s =>-. 3D* a P "S^r;". s; vc<-:-ea C~ cajc tt L« '-"ge'es 7s C •*: --3 1 ii s-'a HC.-$'cr. Sar. tr?_- Sai D e^c Friday's cr ;asc 4 Sar League lit w L 63 57 61 So 59 STJ 55 61 4! 6- lest " 6K ~t Jr 63 55 6C 53 54 66 47 73 Garr.es Pet SIS 513 ; : 474 «! 59; 534 Ki i?~ 352 Da* a"<! Teia* v --*«'a Ca> fwr. a Ne is: ga^-e . ,Bosto- 3 w.n'-ncta ? *e»-a* ?. C!tve'ar.c 3 Ba;1.rr-ort 1. Kgr.sas C-Ty 0 C8!:!0rr..a 7. Mil*au*« 3 Ot'ro t s. 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Burroughs' homer was his 23rd of the season as the Rangers wiped out a W lead that Dick Bosnian had protected into the seventh. Ironically, il was Bosnian's own error lhat opened the gates for the Rangers' barrage. Bosnian dropped a throw while covering first, allowing leadoff batter MikeHargrove to reach base in the seventh. Then Jim Spencer followed with a double and Tommy Smith bobbled the ball, allowing Hargrove to score from first. Angels 7. Brewers 3 California defeated Milwaukee as Nolan Ryan struck out nine batters, running his season total to 269 in his attempt to become the first pitcher in history to strike out 300 or more batters in three straight seasons. Tigers 5, A's3 Jim Nettles ripped a threerun homer and Bill Freehan added a solo shot as Detroit came from behind with four runs in the seventh inning to overtake Oakland. Oakland's Jim Hunter, 17-10, was working on a one-hitter before the Detroit comeback. 'General Lee' to direct Falcons game By ANDY LIPPMAN AP Sports Writer Atlanta Falcons Coach Norm Van Brocklin is leaving the outcome of his team's nationally televised National Football League exhibition game with the Cincinnati Bengals tonight up to the man he calls 'General Lee.' "We are going according to their own reports," said Van Brocklin. "They have been working put daily in Atlanta under the direction of General Lee and they have announced themselves in great shape." "General Lee" is quarterback Bob Lee, who led the 25 Falcon veterans back into camp after the cooling off period was announced in the NFL Players Association strike. Van Brocklin wasted little time in announcing that Lee and the other returnees would be starters despite only two days work in pads before their first action of the year. He did not explain how long he would keep his veterans in the game. In other action, the New York Giants met the New York Jets Saturday afternoon. In night games, Baltimore plays Cleveland at Tampa, Fla., Houston is at Los Angeles, Pittsburgh is at Philadelphia and Chicago is at Green Bay. On Sunday, St. Louis plays San Diego in Seattle, Denver is at San Francisco, New Orleans is at New England and Buffalo is at Washington. Friday night, Rookie Harold Hart scored a pair of touchdowns as the Oakland Raiders buried the Detroit Lions 41-10 before 20,488 fans in Detroit. By BRENT KALLESTAD AP Sports Writer ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Down and out a month ago, Jo Anne Carner is back at full strength in quest of her fourth victory on the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) tour this year. Mrs. Carner took a one-stroke lead over Sandra Post into today's second round of the $35,000 St. Paul Ladies Open after chopping six strokes off par on the front nine at Keller Golf Course and finishing with a five-under 68 Friday. "I knew when I started out I was going to play well," she said. "1 just knocked the pin out of the hole." The top money winner on the ladies tour this year, the Lake Worth, Fla., golf star took a respite from the grueling LPGA tour schedule three weeks ago. "She was just exhausted," said JoAnne's husband, Don Carner. "She had played 10 straight tournaments and it was just a question if she'd be feeling strong enough to play at this tournament." ST. PAUL, Minn. [AP)—First roi>nd scores Friday in the ST. Paul Open LPGf tournament on the 6.402 yard, par 73 Ket ler Golf Course: joAnne Carner Sandra Post Renee Powell Lenore B«sera Kalhy Martin Wurte Breer Sandra Palmer Betty Burfeindt Jane Blalock Marlene Masse Pam Higgins Karolyn Kerliman Jo Ann Prentice Carla Glasgow Laura Baugh Bonnie Bryant Roberta Albers Paltv Bradley Gloria Ehret Johyce KazrrrersVi Ann 7ahn Beth Stone Judy Rankin Marilyn Smith Penny Pulz Kalny McMulltn Mrs. Carner, who is the leading money winner on the tour in 1974 with nearly $65,000 in winnings, opened the tournament with a one over 37 on the Keller back nine before using an eagle and four birdies to notch a 31 coming in. "A 31 is the best I can ever remember shooting in nine holes," she said. "I can remember some 33s. In fact, I haven't shot in the 60s for several months." Several ladies recorded low scores on the front nine after Mrs. Garner's scorching performance. "She's (Carner) really playing well," said defending tournament champion Sandra Palmer. "The course seems to be playing longer than last year." "It's really a thrill for me anytime I break par," Miss Palmer said. "It leaves you with a good feeling for the next day when you finish good." Lenore Bessera, Kathy Martin, Murle Breer, and the lone black player on the ladies tour, Rene Powell of Denver, needed to makeup three strokes on Mrs. Carner today. WETHERSFIELD, Lonn. [API — Top secor.d-round scores FriSay in the S200.000 Sammy Davis Jr. Greater Hart- Poro Open Go 1 .! Tournament on the «.59ayard, par?) W«th- erslield Country Club course: Dave Stockton 6i 65—130 Boo Wynn ««-»2 Lee Trevino SIS' ™ j c Snead 6ft «7—135 Bob STyne 7065-135 John Manalfey ti «-]« Bruce Crampton 7065—135 Laoron Harris 6966-135 Bobby Cole '°« -IM Jerry McGee 6769-134 Fergus Junior High players to get uniforms All Fergus Falls Junior High School football prospects are to pick up their equipment next week according to athletic director Oats LeGrand. All ninth grade boys are to pick up equipment on Monday. Tuesday all eighth grade boys will pick up gear and seventh grade boys will pick up gear on Wednesday. The time for gear pick up for all grades is 9 a.m. at the mud- door of the junior high school. 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