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4»--July 23, 1972 Sunday Gaaettp-*1aii Qi*rl«tton, West Virginia Lots of Homers Seen In Atlanta Tuesday */ ATLANTA (AP) -- A host of impressive slujrjjers will be teeing off in one of baseball's best parks for home runs Tuesday night when the Aemerican League and National League All Stars stage the 43rd renewal of their annual mid-season clash. Week in Baseball, Football Homers dominated this game last year with each team connecting three times at Tiger starting shortstop job but wi not play because of an injury Stadium in Detroit as the Oak]and ' s Bert Campaneris re Americans ended an eight- p ' 3Ced him on the AL sc » uad game losing streak by beatingj Jackson . a reserve last year the Nationals 6-4. 'That, reduced the National! League's over-all lead in the and Freehan of Detroit catch will start in right field wit | New York's Murcer in center series to 23-18. One game ended in a tie. This year, the sluggers will be taking aim at Atlanta Stadium's cozy fences. In 31 games played by the Braves there this season, 78 homers have been hit and there were 186 homers hit there last year- most for any park in the major leagues. Chief Waiting The dimensions are delightful for long ball hitters--330 feet down each foul line and 400 feet in straightaway center field. And waiting beyond the fence is the Braves' home run mascot, Chief Noc-a-homa, who goes into a war dance salute every- time a ball sails over the wall. He figures to do his share of high stepping with sluggers Dick Allen, Reggie Jackson, Carl Yastrzesmki, Bobby Murcer and Bill Freehan dotting the starting American League lineup and Lee May, Joe Torre, ing. Allen, traded to Chicago ove the winter, was the top AL vot getter with 1,092,758 of thi record 3,171,556 votes cast in the nation-wide fan poll. Bench, Morgan to Play Division leaders Cincinnat and Pittsburgh will have tw starters each in the ML lineup. Bench of the Reds, who led all players in the balloting with 1,229,677 votes, will be starting catcher for the fourth straigh year with teammate Joe Morgan elected to the starting job at second base. The Pirates Clemente and Stargell will hold down two of the outfield jobs with Aaron of Atlanta, elected to the starting lineup for the eighth straight time, handling the other. American Lesgui Inflelders-pick Allen, Chicago; Norm J£. S?l r °"i. Rod C.'nw. Minnesota; Henry Aaron, mente, Willie Roberto Stargell Cle- and Johnny Bench for the Nationals. It was Jackson's towering two-run pinch homer that started an American League comeback in last year's game after early homers by Bench and Aaron had staked the Nationals to Pitchers-Gaflord PerYy, ' Cleveland";' loir ii u r ,' B ?. lt ' rnore ; Mickey Lollch, u ' 2 'v5 olan Rvan ' California; Wilbur yf° ' ,, CI ;! C T? 0; Pal Dobson, Baltimore; Jave AJcNallv, Baltimore; Ken Holtzman, ,, , , - O^land; Jim "Catfish" Hunter, Oakland 3 3-0 lead. , , , H National League .Ironically, the AmerkmlTMTM^ *"' iK'uXSH League's other two home runisT'Mlr W^T^V^S hitters in last year's game *?£!$%: Chif " " ' - . m- re; Sal Banrio, Oakland; Bert .amoanerls, Oakland; Toby Harrsh, Outflclders-Rejigle Jackson, Oakland; Carl Yastrzemski, Boston; Bobby Murcer, New York; Richie Scheinblum, Kansas City; Lou Plnlella, Kansas City: Amos C r ChiC39o; Car ' 05 SPENCER HAYWOOD MAKES A DIFFERENT SCORE Seattle Cager Has 0 wn Jazz Radio Show Haywood's Biggest Ambition Is to Master Jazz, Saxophone By Tim Klass ,last season, SEATTLE f A P ) -- Spencer iaywood says the day may ome when he'll be stretching or notes on the saxophone in ;ead of rebounds on the bas- etball court. "That's one of my great am- itions, all, to after I become , icago; Chris Sce'ier, San quit playing a jazz musi- an," says Haywood, the 6- ot-8, 225-pound superstar of IB Seattle SuperSonics. "I have an alto (saxophone), nd I will be stretching out into all the horns once I get this one mastered," Haywood said in an interview. Meanwhile, the 24-year-old won't be around for this one. Frank Robinson was traded to Los Angeles of the National League and did not make the team. Harmon Killebrew, Minnesota's veteran slugger, was not selected for the AL team Three Starters Back The American League will have only three starters from last year's team in the opening lineup. They are second baseman Rod Carew of Minnesota, third baseman Brooks Robinson of Baltimore and left fielder Yastrzemski of Boston. A fourth repeater, Luis Aparicio ^, wl Der , Pm P)ay( . r ,. ^ m]m (und of Boston was elected to the com a pan"y Telev ' 5 ' on ~ Nalional BroadMstin « Outfielders--Henry Aaron, Atlanta; Rob ml? u Clem . cnt £ Pittsburgh; Willie Slargell Pittsburgh; Billy Williams, Chicago; Lou Sli?. «/-ii!' k ou ' 5; Cesar CK) «W' Hous ton, Wi I he Mays. New York; Al Oliver riTTsourah. Catchers--Johnny Bench, Cincinnati; Manny Sanguillen, Pittsburoh; Ted Sim mons, St. Louis. Pitchers-Steve Bjass, Pittsburgh; F e r. u!?'L , J ?. nkin5 ' Chicago; Sieve Carlton, hiladelDhla; Bob Gibson, St. Louis; Tug McGraw, New York; Tom Seaver, New TorK; Don Sution, Los Angelps; Bill Stoneman, Montreal; Clay Carroll. ClncinSife: Atlanta Stadium Time: 8:15 p.m. EOT Expected attendance--52,744 Participants--National and American -eague All Stars. Starters selected by na- JS^J"! ' an vote ' p '»ehers and reserves added by managers. Manaoer$-AL: Earl Weaver, Baltimore. NL: Danny Murlaugh, Pittsburgh |( Past records-NL leads 23-18 with one Receipts--Benefit International League Averages (Records Include games played July 18) CLUB BATTING ah r h Jb 3» hr- rbl pel 2977 399 813 123 33 it 366 71 forward is concentrating his physical energies on basketball and satisfying his love for jazz with a two-hour radio show five nights a week. "I'm off into jazz, and I'm off into the people that are blowing Haywood said. "I know a few of the artists, and |recalled. "And I said, 'Well, it The control panel at KYAC-| won - t be hidden anymore.' College Grid Stars Face Dallas Friday EVANSTON, III. (AP) -- "We're going into the game to win," says Bob Devaney. coach of the College Ail-Star football team. 'It'll be difficult but we're going into the game with that idea." If Devaney, who has coached jazz. quite _ _ . . _ it's my way of showing appreciation of the music that they are producing by trying to turn other people on to it, by playing it on the radio." Proved Success Haywood has proved his success at turning on basketball fans. He was voted Most Valuable Player in the American Basketball Association for the Denver jumped Rockets in to Seattle's Basketball Association and helped attract 1969-70, National team sellout Club Loulsvlll* Toledo Charleston Rochester Syracuse Peninsula Tidewater Richmond Errors, 2909 320 744 91 23 48 2?0 .2S( 2809 417 711 125 29 70 375 .253 2592 349 7-19 113 36 50 315 250 2881 395 718 125 12 65 342 .249 2892 324 713 113 15 67 299 .247 2852 338 666 102 25 37 311 .234 2654 304 619 75 13 43 278 .23! double plays and number at -- · . -. ,,, uuwull; |-laj,3 OIIU HU Jj^s^shutout: ^Rochester 76, 85, 6; 9; Louisville ' 93","'82,' sV^idewtte'r' lOo! m ?no ,° nled ? '° 2 ' "' " ; Peninsula 113, 109, 10; Syracuse 119, 94, 9. (Triple play: Louisville). vmpie INDIVIDUAL BATTING Player club ab Eckenrode, Roch. 12 4 5 o Nfflson, Lou. 114 15 40 2 Mason, Lou. 146 18 49 9 Thornton, Rich. 40 6 13 1 Spatz, Tol. 117 19 37 7 Coletta, Lou 241 38 76 12 Young, Tol. 90 11 28 6 LaRussa, Rich. 213 37 66 6 Gallagher, Lou. 231 22 71 10 Brepden, Pen. 298 51 91 17 Kopaci, Char. 295 44 » 18 Coqgins, Rich. 220 35 67 11 Miranda, Pen. 46 4 14 1 Brown, Pen 288 36 87 10 Walton, Syr. 251 SO 75 14 Bumbry, Roch. 224 38 67 12 Croper, Lou. 345 60 1(12 19 Blldt, Syr. 297 4? 87 16 McKinney, Syr. 116 14 34 6 Gucrrpro, Lou. 253 28 73 4 "'leodore. Tide. 331 47 95 10 h 2b 3b hr bi pet. " " .417 321 37 92 1 280 39 89 15 91 13 26 3 299 41 85 15 280 26 79 7 354 49 100 14 320 56 90 19 10 . Knov, Tol Topedinn, Syr. Recoz, Roch. CorrMI. Lou. Gamble, Tol. Cflbr-ll, Rnch. Goasin, char. McDonald, Tide. 225 25 63 9 Molinaro, Tol. 226 23 63 10 Dolinsek, Pen. 104 15 29 6 Morales, Tide. 163 17 46 12 Fvans, Lou. 287 51 79 11 Bushman, Char. 215 38 59 6 Kszmarek, Tide. 95 16 26 4 Leon, Tol. 158 14 43 6 Baksr, Syr. JBO 40 76 12 Grayson, Syr. 112 12 30 5 M?lchick, Roch. 293 30 78 15 Sharon, Char. 309 SI 82 13 Gasaer, Tide. 307 54 81 13 Robles, Roch. 224 21 59 j Estrada, Roch 80 9 21 3 Tayeras, Char. J9« 42 77 12 Scrivener, Tol. 112 14 29 0 Carthel, Pen. 0 1 1 0 1 3) 3 8 1 16 3 31 1 12 4 22 3 24 1 18 S3 1 t 40 5 5 22 0 0 5 3 4 26 0 20 61 7 2 20 7 43 5 29 6 25 2 31 4 54 1 17 8 41 5 17 7 40 0 22 4 J6 7 44 6 34 .351 .336 .325 .316 .315 .311 .310 .307 .305 .30! .305 .304 .302 .299 .299 .296 .293 .293 Le r»f. r « : ^"in."-,' 225 nr morf at bits) - Coletta, Loulsvlllp, .315; Gallagher Louisville 307; Breeden, Peninsula, .305; la? 302 Chrl * st0 "' 305 ' Brown . Penlnsu- Runs--Cooper, Louisville, 60; Gogiln Charleston, 56; Gosqer, Tidewater 54" Howe, Charleston, 52; Shnron, Charleston, Illeji*"' Pwiin stJl". 51; Evans, Louis- Hits-Cooper, Louisville, 60; Goilin, h » rles '°"' «·· Theod ° r *. Tidewater, 95, : npx, loieoo, 92; Breedpn. Peninsula, 01 Total Bases--Breeden, Peninsula, 164 Charles crowds at the Coliseum while averaging 26.2 points per game, FM is scarcely as large as the regulation foul lane, but Haywood says he doesn't fee' cramped: "It's just me and the turntable." He calls the show A Love Supreme, choosing the nightly selections from a personal collection that has grown to more than 3,000 alburns since he picked up an Oscar Brown album 10 years ago in Detroit. "Any jazz deejay almost has to have a library of his own," he said. "The (new; records don't come as fast as they do at other stations, white stations." Haywood used to do his thing at a larger, predominantly rock and roll station but switched when KYAC, the city's only black-oriented AM outlet, addec FM facilities earlier this year A part-owner of KYAC, he says "it's a necessity that we (blacks) own some kind ol media." In fact, jazz appears to be a central part of Hay wood's g r o w i n g involvement in Seattle's black community and his own search for personal identity. "I also do a free basketball clinic at Seattle University, mostly neighborhood, kids who can't pay the money to get this at a summer camp," he said. Nebraska to two successive national championships, succeeds w'U have accomplished some- hing no other coach has since 963 when Otto Graham guided he Collegians to a 20-17 victory iver the Green Bay Packers. Devaney's task is to upset the )allas Cowboys, the National Football League's Super Bowl champions, in Chicago's Soldier Field Friday night. The pros ead the series 27-9-2. The nationally-televised con- wirephoto est (ABC-9:30 p.m., EOT) ind the Cowboys, in their first appearance in the Chicago Tribune Charities classic, striv- ng for a ninth successive pro riumph over the collegians. The heavily-favored Cowboys j ring virtually the same well- alanced cast which carried hem to a 24-3 Super Bowl con- uest over the Miami Dolphins nd certified them for the All- tar game. Quarterback Roger Staubach expected to dissect the Collegian defenses for the Cowboys llth successive triumph. That would inclule Dallas' final seven regular NFL season games and three post-season contests. Paced by Staubach's passing to Bob Hayes and Lance Alworth and the running of Duane Thomas, Walt Garrison Up front, one of the key matchups will be how the All Stars cope with Cowboys' peer less defensive tackle, Bob Lilly All-Star Coach Devaney is not building any false hopes in his preparations for the Cowboys. : 'We've still got a ways to go," said Devaney. "injuries and the weather have slowel us down. Either it's been raining or it has been miserably hot." work with." Devaney's own work has been lessened by design. He brought with him; his entire Nebraska poaching \ staff and he also selected two of bis own quarterbacks-Jerry Tagge and Van Brownson. The third quarterback is Pat Sullivan, the Heisman Trophy winner from Auburn. Using Nebraska System "We've put in the Nebraska system on both offense and defense," said Devaney, "It certainly made things a lot easier. And we think we have some good football players." Terry Beasley, the split end from Auburn and Clarence Ellis, defensive back from Notre Dame, have been lost because of injuries and defensive i)ack Craig demons of Iowa las been suffering from muscle spasms. "We're down to six defensive backs," said Devaney, "but the squad attitude has been good and the boys have been working hard. It's a good group to AUTO-TRUCK RUSTPROOFING BODY WORKS, INC. 412 TENNESSEE AVENUE CHARIESION.W.VA. PHONE 342-5103 TOWMOTOR Calvin Hill, the take the NFL's . against the All-Stars. anc Cowboy's will No. 1 offense "The thing that I hate most," he said, "is to see that (jazz) names come to town and they have to blow in these little taverns when there's places in the city like the Top of the Hilton. "Black people haven't been educated to their own jazz." Not Hidden Anymore One show ended with a 31- minute recording of a live performance by bass virtuoso Charles Mingus. "I had quite a few calls from people . . . saying, 'Wow, like why are people. hiding this from us?' Hay wood' 4»»»» » · * SUPER AGENCY Has an opening for a super Accountant, $ll,000-up Fee Paid SUPER GAL For o super job, secretarial skills. If you are a super person, many super openings check this out! 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Two base hits-- Gogsin, Charleston, l» Coope , r o' L J? u| s v i M e. 19; Kopaez, Charle S?' i *{ Br ,-« )en ' Peninsula, 17; Howe Charleston, It; Bladt, Syracuse, 16 Three base hits-- Gossln, Charleston, 10 Cooper, Louisville, 8; Brumby, Rocheste 7, Theodore, Tidewater, 7; Gamble Tole do, 7; Cabell, Rochester, 7. Home runs -- Walton, Syracuse, 20 Hosley, Toledo, 19; Breeden, Peninsula 18; Sharon, Charleston, 12; Howe, charlM ion. 11. Runs batted In-- Walton, Syracuse, 61 Breeden Peninsula, S3; Theodore, Pltching-Garber, Charleston, 1.74; Me !?' "«[leston, 2.25; Parker, Tidewater Sk ° k ,' Louisville, 2.81 Strom, Tlde- .289[water, 2.93. .287 .287 .281 INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Club Tide. Tol. Pitcher Capra, Niekro, .,, Neal, Lou. j Reynolds, Roch. 32 Taylor. Tide. 8 House, Rich. 29 .280 Gilbreth, foi. 1 21 .2791 Jefferson, Roch. 3 12 .279iWilliams, Lou IS 5 » .276!McKee, Char.' S 49 .27S|jaster, Rich. 1 21 .274|Whillock, Tol 3 14 .2741 Koonce, Pen' 2 21 .272 Parker, Tide 9 C9 SV W 1 1 0 1 1 0 23 0 1 0 6 0 4 0 12 0 7 3 0 - 0 16 37 29 41 4 4 0 0 7 0 7 0 14 " ·- t' ·*'·' ^aiM?i, i iae * 0 23 .271 Colpaert, Char. Didier,' Rich. Watts, Roch Howe, char. Pfeii, Lou. Joseph, Char. Brown, Tide. Barry, Rich. Hahn, Tide. Fazio. Roch Johnson, Roch Torchln, Lou. AMjrnhy, Rich. Auron, Rich. Fuller. P.lessitt 210 19 54 11 206 19 53 6 1C9 8 28 2 273 S2 70 16 3M 42 78 12 174 19 44 75 4 19 223 31 56 220 25 55 140 II 25 132 15 33 124 19 31 1»7 ?3 49 Collin Sands, Rich. Tnl. Tide Tnl . Rcch. Rich. Char. 215 24 60 10 53 5 13 231 24 56 327 3«. 78 J^S 19 .!9 161 17 3S 193 27 43 115 21 27 Pncfrinucz, Pen. 2S« 32 60 n Hnslrv, ~ol. 299 45 69 5 Wfllselh, Rich. 39 S 9 1 Mirnual. Pen. 315 6 77 17 Pflcheco, Syr. n n ]/, 5 Prna, Tol. 18j 71 ti g Foster. Rich. ?f8 27 47 i Ethendse, Tide. 1"? H 45 g Kiinter. Lou. ?7« 29 A2 12 Howard, Char. 170 25 38 4 Frajier, Svr. 265 37 59 7 Hacknr, Pen. 1fl4 21 41 · Scripture, Tide. 45 i 10 2 Brooks, To!. 167 28 41 7 Cotton, Tide. 9ft /, 21 2 Kennedy, Roch. 258 24 55 12 Hprmoso, Pan. 190 15 40 3 P«tw«, Syr. 167 32 35 /, KeMlv, Rich. 17? 17 M 3 Brand, Pen. 102 16 21 4 F'tt'urice, Rich. 210 26 42 8 RHO, Syr. 175 17 35 8 :7.4lB, Pen. 107 4 21 7 Pitfhar.-lo, Tide. 44 * 9 0 'pt*?a.u«7. Rich 103 « 29 3 C-»tn. Rich 111 « 21 2 Booker, Char. 12ft 8 24 t Coulter, Tide. 97 11 18 4 Knr^rdy, Tide 73» 19 44 5 F r ernand"z Syr. 90 12 16 S Koib, Char. 71 7 15 1 Vdnro. S v r . 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