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THEAHGUS Page 18 Fremont - Newark, Calif. Friday, June 7,1974 Major roundup Michael, Medich pace Yankee win Gene Michael singled in two runs in the fourth inning and George Medich scattered 10 hils in gaining his seventh Trojans arrive as usual OMAHA (UP1) - As predictable as Nebraska's spring tornadoes. Southern California blew in from the coast this weekend to fill its annual berth in the NCAA college world series. T h e defending national champion Jrojans -are shooting for, their 10th title and fifth in a rwo. But some great escapes in a "sub-par" 45-19 season maXe coach Rod Dedeaux's crew look more like a bunch of magicians that tour- neyfavorites. Their niost recent feat came in the District B playoffs when they trailed Los An- gdes Stale 9-7. with one out and no one on base in the ninth inning in the final round's deciding, game. Trojan batsmen knocked out five straight hits to pull out an II- 9win. It isn't likely fans will be leaving Rosenblatt Stadium early in any Southern California game. About 4,000 became believers last year when the Trojans staged another ninlh inning rally to overcome z 7-0 deficit and sling Minnesota 8-7. Southern Cal meets Texas ' in the first round of the d o u b l e elimination tournament at 5 p.m. Saturday. The Longnorns, winners of the last seven Southwest Conference baseball championships come in with a 52-6 season mark, the best of all contenders. victory Thursday night as the New York Yankees beat the Chicago Mile Sox 5-1 in a game twice delayed by rain for periods of 93 and 29 minutes. Medich, who walked three arid struck out two. shut out the White Sox until the ninth when Ken Henderson hit his seventh homer. Loser Stan Bahnsen was shelled from the mound in the fourth inning after · Bill Sudakis and nick Dcnipsey collected consecutive singles. After Jim Mason sacrificed the nmners, Michael lashed a single down the right!ield line, scoring Sudakis and Dempsey. In other games, Milwaukee turned back California 9-7 and Texas downed Cleveland 5-2. Lee Slanton and Frank Robinson drove in seven runs between them but it wasn't enough as Mike Hegan's two- run, pinch-hit single in the seventh inning carried Milwaukee over California. Alex Johnson had four hits and drove in four runs and Jackie Brown scattered seven hits' to spark Texas over Cleveland. Johnson, \vltose three singles and a double raised his average to .301. singled home Cesar Tovar in the first and doubled home two more runs in the seventh. In the National League, John Miner's tea doff homer off reliever Pedro Borbon in the eighth inning provided the New York Mets with a come-from-behind 4-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds in the only afternoon besides one. In another afternoon game, the San Francisco Giants dumped the St. Louis Card in- als.S-5. In night games, Houston beat Montreal 4-0, Chicago downed San Kejo 5-1 and Los Angeles ripped Pittsburgh 6-0. Ron Cey slammed a two- run homer in the fourth inning and right-hander Andy Messcrsmilh pitched a five- hitter as Los Angeles completed a threegame sjve«p with a victory over Pittsburgh. Don Kessinger singled in George Millerwald from second base in the seventh inning lo snap a 1-1 tie and then singled home another run in the ninth to touch off a three-run inning as Chicago turned back San Diego. Larry Dierker hurled his first shutout since July 4, 1972 in pitching a three-hitter and Lee May hit two home runs to lead Houston over Montreal. LPGA golf 8p * r Si Cleveland loonies brine to mind \ , . ® C7 Reggie's bodyguard WINNER WHEN HE JOOTePO. 1 * COUNT TO A WO-LBN6* VKlSR]' OV6K PUUS MAN. 1930. GALLANT FOX WON1W6 tJUPUe CHOWN A* jcxxef EMU. SANff XOtSP *·$ FIFTH TRIUMPH M Ti* SEtMONT MAKES. Berning blazes to 2-stroke lead L VEGAS. Nev. (UPI) After starting off at even par over the back nine. Sue Berning blazed through the front nine in five-under-par to take a twoslroke lead Thursday in the first round of the $100.000 Desert Inn-LPGA Golf Classic. Mrs. Berning, from Lake Tahoe and the only Nevada resident in the Ladies Professional Golf Association tournament, knocked in six birdies over Ihe final nine to finish with 31-37-68. Deadlocked for second ·place with threc-xiitder-par 70s were Marlene Hagge, Donna Caponi Young and Sandra Palmer, the first winner of the first Desert Inn tournament in 1971. e Mru. Burning, who just completed some putting lessons with male pro George Archer, rammed home an eight-foot birdie putt "on the ninth green, her final hole, to help give her the best round she has recorded this season. She used a uew side-saddle stance she developed after her lessons with Archer, who recently became her neighbor after moving to Reno, Nev. Mrs. Berning's other birdies on the front nine came on a five-foot putt on the par 5 first Me. a 10-footer on the par four second, an eight-foot putt on the par-three fourth ho!e and a three-footer on the par- five fifth. Her only bogey on the front nine appeared after she missed the green and dropped into a trap into the par-four sixth hole. That was the only green she missed alt day over the 6.255-yard, par-73 Desert Inn Country Club course. Her only putting lapse came on the par-five 15th hole when she three-putted for a bogey. She opened .her first nine with a two-foot birdie-putt on the 10th hole and then, outside of the bogey, she parred the remainder of the back nine. A three-way tie developed for sixth place when the LPGA's 19-year-old glamour girl. Laura Baugh, Sandra Post arid Karolyn Kertzman finished with 71s. ByBILt.SOi.lpAY They let the loonies out of their cages in Clevela nd Tuesday night and they damn near killed some ballplayers. When 1 read about the Cleveland Indian fans--sloshed to the gills on 10 cent beer--going afler the Texas Rangers, in particular right fielder Jeff Burroughs, it made me, and a lotofotherpeople.sick. I thought immediately of Reggie Jackson, a right fielder who has taken his share of abuse from the fans in the bleachers. As a ballplayer who is supposed to be concentrating on the game, Reggie no" doubt listens and lets the taunts slide off his back. He dares not dream that the mumbling mob up there will actually come down after him. Although for the most part, Jackson is a hero around Oakland, he has had his life threatened. That puts him on .the list with Oakland Raider N.emiah Wilson and a flock of others around Ihe nation who, one time or another, have been threatened. One could hardly blame Jackson if he didn't hire himself a bodygua rd to help him ward of f the era zies. ft just so happens that Reggie does have a bodyguard.- The man's name is Tony Del Rio, a resident of Hayward and co-operator ofDelRioCustomAutosinSanLeandro. Del Rio stands 6-foot-3 and weighs 300 pounds. Nobody messes with Big Tony. Nobody in his right mind, a.t any rate. Del Rio is the first to admit that Jackson can take care of himself when there's trouble brewing. "In I.os~Angeles once, five guys were causing (rouble the wtele game," Del Rio recalls. "One of them threw a beer can at Reggie's head so Reggie went after them. He kicked two of them out of there, so Reggie can take care of himself. He's well-conditioned and won't shy away from a fight. "But he's a personal friend (Del Rio does customizing work on Reggie's Ford) and he asked me to spend some lime with him-not that he's afraid, but he sa'ys he feels moresecure." '. Del Rio also served as a bodyguard for Ihe late Rocky Marciano and for daredevil'motorcyclist Evel Knievel. It; was when Knievel was appearing in Fremont recently that; Del Rio had his worst encounter with' a group of fans run| amok. ,' ' "They just .mobbed him out there," Del Hip recalls.' "People were knocked down and trampled. It was the worst; thing I ever saw. I just started grabbing people and punc'-; hing some of them-they were like a bunch-'of maniacs. 1; bad Evel up in my arms and we had to be rough just him out of there. I had four buddies hang onto him and with a free hand." . : Del Rio's friends were all on the 250-300 pound sid e. "One guy had a baby up in his arms trying to get to He wanted Evel to kiss the baby. The people just trampled him and tire baby too. I warned him to get put of there that kid. Once you get caught up in the middle of that, there's almost nothing you can do." Del Rk) was not afraid. ' . "Man, when you're out there, it happens so fast, you don't really know what it was like until you sit down later with cup of coffee and think about it." Del Rio carries no weapons and is not a student of the martial arts. "If I can't handle them with my fists, I don't want to handle themalall,"DelRiolaughs. Siroon breezes to ICAPWI GGF feature win TIRE A SERVICE CENTER ALBANY -- Sirwn and Apprentice rider Steve Archuleta had it easy Thursday afternoon when they captured the Navy Relief Auxiliary Purge by seven lengths. Si- rocn and the hot apprentice ran the 5Vi furlongs in 1:03.1 and paid $9 to win. Babe Dood It was second ·and Madam Go third. Sports Scoreboard Baseball GIANTS BOXSCORE E-Chanty, Mvoan. DPOntkvwtl 3. wd |, Nvw York 1. ROM. IB-ROM. 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FOUR DELUXE SHOCKS, installed Original equipment capacity . . . with improved coil spring .valve design for a smoother ride .. $W USi A CAPWEU'S CftKIT PLAN OAKLAND: 190! WALNUT OtffiC: Teie^oph, 832-1111 \ "" N«well r , KSTKT-^Foet A«Alult4(Jl USTCHANa.KT- taWc Star (4) HAYWAtD: 1155 Hazel, 592-1111 ' /, a CttWTO: 15 El Cerrilo Ploza, 526-1111

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