Dayton Daily News from Dayton, Ohio on April 1, 1968 · 11
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c ft $ i -' I H : f- 'v V I- Senators Effect 11 -Game Sweep Against National League Clubs DAYTON DAILY NEWS Monday, April 1, 1968 the Chicago Cubs 9-2 while the White Sox Bs edged Oakland 4-3 on Rich Severson's RBI single in the 10th inning. FRED FOSTER Now a Guard-Forward BILL HOSKET Almost a First ii World Rules Mean Hustle i I P n I I By JDI FERGUSON, Daily News Sports Writer npVO basketball games under international rules quickly convinced Bill Hosket of one thing you'd better be in good shape or else. The Ohio Stater from Belmont says the foul rule "really speeds up the game. You don't shoot fouls unless it's a two-shot foul. So you don't get those little breathers we're used to getting all the time. The other team just takes the ball out of bounds and goes." Hosket and Fred Foster, the Miami star from Springfield, are in Albuquerque, N.M., to continue their bids for places on the U.S. Olympic basketball team. After playing games last week in Louisville and Indianapolis, the three NCAA major college all-star teams flew west to take part in the official Olympic trials this week end. Each of the eight teams in the tourney (including small college, AAU, junior college and armed forces teams) will play three games. There will be four games each on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. "THERE'S A LOT more movement with the wide lanes," said Hosket, "and I like it. It opens up the whole middle. If a big guy sets up deep alongside the lanes, he's clear out in the corner. The big men have to keep moving." Under international rules, the foul lane angles out to 19 feet at the out-of-bounds line. The distance is a uniform 12 feet under rules. "You've got to really be alert under these rules, too," Hosket continued. "After a floor error, the ref doesn't have to handle the ball, so you have to get down floor fast." The Ohio State star went 6-for-9 from the field last Thursday in Louisville, scoring 13 points and pulling down 10 rebounds. Saturday in the coaches East-West game, he had 14 points to help the West's 95-88 victory. FOSTER SCORED 16 points to share the scoring lead for the East. "Fred's a good one," observed Hosket, "much stronger than I thought. He has a tough job, too, alternating between forward and guard. One of Hosket's collegiate problems stayed with him. "Yeh," Bill chuckled, "I just about became the first player in history to foul out of an all-star game. But Rick Mount beat me to it." After a week of practice and two games, Hosket had a good look at the three hot-shot sophomores of the past season Purdue's Mount, LSU's Pete Maravich and Niagara's Calvin Murphy. "Mount is the best shooter and Maravich is the best all-round player," said Hosket. "The thing about that Murphy is that he's so much quicker than either of the other two. "Maravich is around the ball all the time. Rebounds, loose ball, anytime it comes off, he's there." By tlra Associated Pres. HPHE National league has parted company with the Washington Senators. It's the best thing that's happened to the National league ail spring. Washington pushed over an unearned run in the eighth inning Sunday and edged the Houston Astros 3-2, completing an 11-game exhibition sweep over National league opposition. The victory gave the Senators an over-all record of 15-5 best In the exhibition circuit Bernie Allen singled in the eighth, moved around tu third on two infield outs and scored the winning run on one of three errors committed by Hector Torres, the Astros' rookie shortstop. Ken McMul-len delivered the other Washington runs with a homer and sacrifice fly. Brooks Robinson, Baltimore's All-star third baseman, was hit below the left ear by a Steve Blass pitch in the fifth inning of Pittsburgh's 3-1 victory over 'the Orioles. Rob-inson, who was wearing an ear flap on his batting helmet, escaped 6erious injury BIG E HELPS OLYMPICS WITH MONEY EAST HARTFORD, Conn. CP) Ail-American Elvin Hayes, who has been criticized for passing up the Olympic basketball trials, said Saturday night he was supporting the U.S. team with money. Hayes, who signed a pro contract this week with the San Diego Rockets of the National Basketball association, said receipts received by a touring team he leads were earmarked for the Olympic team. "Every cent from this 10-game tour of ours is going to the U.S. Olmpic Fund," the 6-foot-9 former University of Houston player told newsmen. The team nets about 5500 a game, he said. His team is called the Texas All-Stars and Saturday night they defeated a local semi-pro club, 130-117. Hayes scored 48 points. but will miss tonight's game against the Senators. TOMMY DAVIS three-run homer and the shutout pitching of Bob Prdddy, Bob Locker, Wilbur Wood and Don McMahon led the Chicago White Sox to a 6-0 victory over Philadelphia, ending the Phils' winning streaking at five games. Detroit, Minnesota and Cali fornia won extra innings strug gles. The Tigers nipped St. Louis 6-5 in 12 innings, Wayne Comer delivering the tie-breaking run with a pinch double. Mickey Stanley hit a threwun homer and Willie Horton a solo blast for the winners. Rod Carew's 12th-inning ho mer gave the Twins a 3-2 nod over Boston. Elston Howard drove in the Red Sox runs with a single and homer. The Angels spotted Cleveland two runs in the top of the Uth, then rallied in the bottom of the inning for a 6-5 victory on rutxeoring singles by Jay Johnstone, Rick Reichardt and Chuck Hinton. LOS ANGELES clipped Ron Herbel for six runs dn the first three innings and held off San Francisco 9-7 despite homers by the Giants' Willie McCovey and Jackie Hiatt. 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