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Lolich Is Beaten; Wood Wins 20th DOING THE SANCHEZ SHUFFLE: YANKEE THIRD BASEMAN TRIES UNSUCCESSFULLY ,, , TO SPEAR A SINGLE BY GEORGE SCOTT Celenno Sanchez Was Unable to Stop This Hit, But Yanks Defeated Milwaukee Brewers by 10-6 -AP Wlrephofo The Associated Press The Cleveland Indians tagged Mickey Lolich for 11 hits and six runs Saturday and defeated the Detroit Tigers 6-1 as Dick Tidrow scattered nine hits at Detroit. It was the fourth straight loss for the Tigers and the third time Lolich 18-9, has been unsuccessful in his bid for bis 19th See American League box-scores on Page 6C. victory of the American League baseball season. The Indians jumped on the ace Detroit lefthander for three runs on five hits in the first two innings, then tagged him for three more to send him to the showers in the seventh. Buddy Bell and John Rroha- mer opened the Indian first with singles before Chris Chambliss hit a sacrifice fly and Graig Nettles singled in a run. Frank Duffy's leadoff triple and a squeeze bunt by Tidrow, 10-10, in the second produced \ GAZETTE-MAIL Charleiton t W. Ya» A ug. 13,1972 PORTS 1C* Davalillo's Triple Key Hit as Pirates Defeat Gibson, 6-5 The Associated Press Vic Davalillo's two-run trip paved the way Saturday for tl Pittsburgh Pirates to defeat Bo Gibson and the St. Louis Cardi nals 6-5. Gibson, who usually is sting} with bases on balls, walked tw See National League boxscores on Page 6C. Pirates following Milt May leadoff single in the fifth inning Winning pitcher Bob Moose snapped a 1-1 tie with a sacr fice fly. Dayalillo tripled dowi the right., field .foul line an First day leader Beth Ston of Miami slipped to a 75 afte an opening 69. She was amon those tied for second at even par 144 over the 6,300-yard Riv iera Country Club course. Also matching par were Bet ty Burfeindt of Canaan, N.Y. who had a 74; Judy Rankin Midland, Tex., who posted a 73 Clifford Ann Creed of Alexan dria, La., with a 72; and Aus tralian Margee Masters, who matched Miss Smith's 69 for the best rounds of the day. scored on a wild relay throw to the plate. THE CARDS KNOCKED ou Moose in the eighth on singles by Ted Sizemore, Bernie Carbo and Joe Torre and a two-base error. Dave Giusti replace Moose and served up a two-run homer to Ted Simmons, his lit! of the year and the first earnec run off the Pirate relief ace in 23 appearances dating back to May 27. Bob Roberston hit his seventh homer, his first since July 9, for Pittsburgh in the eighth inning. The loss dropped Gibson's record to 12-7. Tommie Agee rifled a leadoff home run in the 10th inning, giving the New York Mete and Tom Seaver a 2-1 triumph over the Chicago Cubs. Agee's blast, No. 8 of the season, broke up a pitching duel between Seaver and Chicago's Burt Hooton. Seaver, 13-9, gave up but six hits and struck out nine before being relieved by Tug McGraw a four-game losing streak for the ace right-hander. Hooton, 7-10, scattered seven hits over nine innings before giving up Agee's game-winning hit. Earlier, Willie Mays hit his sixth homer and 652nd of his career and Jose Cardenal and Ron Santo both doubled for the Cub's run. McGRAW* CAME ON after Paul Popovich opened the Cubs 10th with a triple. He retired Tommy Davis on a pop fly, Don Kessinger on a grounder and Cardenal on a fly. Bob Bailey and Hal Breeden tiit consecutive home runs with two out in the eighth inning, bringing Montreal a 3-2 decision over the Philadelphia. The .10- mers wiped out a 2-1 lead taken y the Phils in the sixth and lagged hard-luck pitcher Ken Reynolds with his ninth loss. He has yet to win. Willie Montanez slammed his .1 homer and doubled, scoring both runs for the Phils. EARL WILLIAMS and Ralph Garr hit home runs in support )f Ron Reed's three-hit pitching aturday night as the Atlanta Sraves tripped the Cincinnati Reds 7-2. It was the third con- ecutive defeat for the West Mvision leading Reds and the ourth victory for Atlanta since Sddie Mathews took over as manager six games ago. Williams' homer, his 20th of the year, highlighted a four- run third inning outburst by the Braves. Reed and Garr beat out in- ield singles before Darrell Evns singled home Reed. Hank Varon then beat out an infield ingle to third and Evans scored the play when Denis Menke irew past first for an error. Williams then crashed his homer over the left field fence. The Reds scored a pair of nearned runs in the fourth. in the loth. The victory snapped. ." DON WILSON fired a six- tter and Jim Wynn hit his Oth home run of the season as e Houston Astros shaded the an Francisco Giants 3-1 in a ght game. By winning, the Astros cut mcinnati's lead in the National WESTCHESTER LEADER JACK NICKLAUS WATCHES - He Fires a Third-Round 70 to Take Two-Strqke Lead Nicklaus' Round Not Very Exciting But He's Leading HARRISON, N.Y. (AP) -- "It over the greens. You go over wasn't a very exciting round, 1 Jack Nicklaus said in a flat unemotional tone, then glancec at the Scoreboard that showed him in his usual position in front of the field and let just the hint of a smile flit over his lips. League West to 4% games. BASEBALL standings National Ltague Saturdays Results New York 2, Chicago 1, 10 Innings Montreal 3, Philadelphia 2 Pittsburgh 6, St. Louis 5 Atlanta 7, Cincinnati 2 Houston 3, San Francisco 1 Los Angeles al San Diego Friday's Results Chicago 7, New York 2 Montreal 4, Philadelphia 1 Pittsburgh 10, St. Louis 5 Atlanta 7, Cincinnati S Houston 6, San Francisco 3 Los Angeles 1. San Diego 1, 10 innings East W L Pet. GB Pittsburgh 67 39 .632 New York 57 « .543 9V4 Chicago 57 52 .573 ll'/j St. Louis 51 54 .486 15'i Montreal 48 57 .457 18Vi Philadelphia 40 66 .377 17 West Cincinnati 6t 42 .604 -Houston 41 4a .560 f/i Los Angeles 55 50 .524 8V. Atlanla 51 S9 .464 IS San Francisco 48 62 .436 18 San Diego « M .3» 22 Sundays G*r,ies (Times Eastern Daylight) New York (Gentry 54) at Chicago (Hands 8-71, 2:15 R.m. Montreal (Moore 3-5 and McAnally 1-111 at Philadelphia (Canton 16-6 an) Champion 4-12 or Brandon 5-4) 2, 1:05 p.m. St. Louis (Wise 10-12 and Santorlnl 6-7) at Pittsburgh, (Ellis 10-5 and Blass 12-6), , 1:05 p.m. San Francisco (Wlltougnby Houston (Reuss t-t). 3 p.m. 1-0) at AMERICAN LEAGUE Saturday! Results Baltimore 3, Boston 2, first game New York 10, Milwaukee 6 Cleveland 6, Detroit 1 Chicago 3, Oakland 1 Texas 3, Kansas City 0 Minnesota at California, night Fridays Results Milwaukee 4, New York 2 Baltimore 2, Boston 1 Kansas City 2, Texas 0 Cleveland 5, Detroit 1 Oakland 5, Chicago 3, 1st, 19 innings Chicago 1, Oakland 0, 2nd California 3, Minnesota 1 East Baltimore 3-3, Boston 2-5 Baltimore 59 49 .544 -Detroit 58 50 .537 1 New York 56 SO .528 2 Boston K 52 .509 4 Cleveland 50 57 .467 8V 3 Milwaukee 43 65 4» 16 West Chlcaeo 42 45 SJ9 -Oakland 63 46 .578 -Minnesota 54 50 .519 4 Kansas City 51 54 .486 lOVs California 49 58 .458 13Vi Texas 42 65 .393 20'/j Sundays Oamts (Times Eastern Daylight) Milwaukee (Colborn 4-3 and Brett 5-9) at New York (Stottlemyre 11-13 and Gardner 4-0), 2, 1 R.nx Boston (Slebert 9-7) ai Baltimore (McNkalty 11-10), 5:30 p.m. Kansas City (Drago 8-13) at Texas Sfanhouse 2-2), 6:30 p.m. Cleveland (Perry 18-10 and HllgemJorf "But that's all right," he said. Nicklaus, using the controlled power that is his trademark to offset an uncertain putter, had just moved past faltering Dwight Nevil with a two-under- par 70 for the third round lead Saturday in the $250,OOLO Westchester Golf Classic. Nicklaus, already winner of the Masters, the U.S. Open, two other crowns and some $190,000, had a two stroke lead in the chase for a $50,000 first prize with a three-round total of 202, 14 under par on the 6.700 yard Westchester Country Club course. Xevil Slipped Nevil, the obscure, 27-year- t"?^ 2-0) at Detroit " ffryma'n 1-fl anT flnv .. .. ----------- . r ..... Imerman 7-9), 2, 1:30 p.m. Los Angeles (Singer 4-11) at San Diegoi Chicago (Bahnsen 15-12) at Oakland (Kirby 9-12), 4 p.m. (Blue 4-7), 4:35 p.m. Cincinnati (Grimsley 10-4) at Atlanta Minnesota (Woodson 9-W) «t (McLaln M) Z:15 I (Ryan 12-10) 9 p.m. old former fireman from Dallas, had a one stroke lead when play started on the cool, cloudy day but slipped from Ms superlative opening rounds of 66, 65 to a one-over-par 73 and bowed to Nicklaus' power. Jack used 35 putts Saturday, just one under the norm. But tie reached one of the par fives in two big hits and, for the second day in a row, drove the green on one of the par fours. "T know I've had a ton of jutts, but T really wasn't hit- jng it that close to the hole," said. "The pins all were tucked toward the back of the greens today and all the troubte here is 8$$ and you're in Sing Sing. So you had to play it as a kind of wait- and-see round. "I really didn't have that many opportunities and I missed the couple of birdie putts I had. "But it was a solid round I'm hitting the ball reasonably well. And, let's face it, two strokes in front is better than being two behind." Graying Gay Brewer, who 172-Yard Ace Boosts Smith To 69 Round COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)- Vlarilynn Smith fired her sec- liadies Professional Golf association tour Saturday en route to a three-under-par 69 for the second round lead in the $30,000 Pabst Classic. The 43-year-old star from Jupiter, Fla., winner of 19 LPGA tournaments, scored a hole-in-one on the 172-yard 12th hole with a three iron. That helped her to a 36-hole total of 140 and a four shot lead over five other players. a 68 for 206, six of the powerful Marllynn Smith Beth Stone BettyBorfelndt Judy Rankln Clifford Arm Creed Margee Masters Mary Dwyer Jocelyne Bourassa Sandra Palmer Shelley Hamlin Jan Ferraris Sue Roberts Kattiy Ahem Gloria Ehret Sandra Hsynt* Cattiy Dupxran Sue McAllister 71-69--14) 69-75--144 70-74-144 71-73-144 72-72--144 75-69-1X4 72-73-145 73-72--145 72-74-146 73-73--146 71-75--146 76-70--146 72-75-147 73-74-147 7J-7S-147 74-73--147 74-73--147 74-73-147 73-74--147 73JM-.U7 snapped a lengthy slump with a recent victory in the Canadian Open, closed up to take third position with strokes back Nicklaus. South African Gary Player, winner of the PGA National Championship last week, managed a 69 for 213, 11 strokes back in what he plans to be his last regular-season appearance in the United States this year. Arnold Palmer, the 42-year- old defending champion, failed to qualify for the final two rounds. Lee Trevino, the British Open titleholder, is not competing. Nicklaus drove the green on ie 327-yard, par four seventh iiole and got down in two from some 90 feet for his first birdie of the day. It was the second ume in as many days he had driven the green on a par four. another Cleveland run. Tom McCraw hit an inside the park homer in the seventh before singles by Tidrow and Bell, .a double by Brohamer and a sacrifice fly by Chambliss accounted for two more runs. A bases-loaded sacrifice fly WILBUR WOOD Bogs 20th. Victory by Ed Brinkman gave Detroit its lone run in the second. * # * ED SPIEZIO hit a two-run homer in the llth inning as the Chicago White Sox defeated the Oakland A's 3-1 at Oakland and moved into first place in the American League West. The A's lost undisputed possession of first place for the vided Wilbur Wood with his 20th victory of the season, tops in the majors. Wood, who has lost 11 games, pitched a two- hitter. Brant Alyea, who broke up Wood's no-hit bid with a two- out single in the seventh inning, tied the game for the A's with a two-out home run in the ninth. JOHNNY 'CALLISON crecked three hits, including a grand slam home run, as the New York Yankees crushed the Milwaukee Brewers 10-6 at New York. Callison's blast, his fifth home run of the year, highlighted a five-run Yankee outburst in the seventh inning which broke the game open. Fritz Peterson (13-11) got the victory for the Yankees but needed relief from Sparky Lyle in the seventh inning. Lyle reg- first time since White Sox took May over 20. The the top spot by one percentage point. Spiezio's blast followed a walk to Carlos May by reliever Rollie Fingers, 5-5, and pro- istered season. his 27th save of the LUIS TIANT pitched a three- hitter and Bob Montgomery and Ben Oglive hit home runs as the Boston Red Sox trimmed the Baltimore Orioles 5-3 to gain a split of their twinight doubleheader. The Orioles, who won the opener 3-2 on Merv Retten- mund's run-scoring single in the ninth inning, boosted their American League East lead to one game over Detroit. CHARLIES TOLEDO, O h i o -- C h a r l i e Sands and Gary Kolb drills home runs on consecutive pitches in the sixth inning Saturday powering the Charleston Charlies to a 4-1 victory over Toledo The shots into the right fielc stands produced three runs in support of Tom 'Dettore, who provided a shot-in-the-arm to the Charlies' pitching corps with seven strong innings. It was Dettore's first start since rejoining the team from a stint of more than three weeks in the military. When Toledo threatened in the eighth inning, Dick Colpaert slammed the door. Charleston took a 1-0 lead hi the third inning off Toledo starter Keith Spicer, who was moved up a notch in the rotation when the Detroit Tigers recalled Jim Poor, the ace of the Mud Hens Poor was listed as the probable starter. George Kopacz sent home the first run on a bases-loaded force following singles by Frank Tav- ersa, Ohil Bushma and Luis Alcaraz. In the sixth Home Runs by Sands, Kolb Power Victory for Dettore inning, Richie Zisk singled to center and Sands blasted a one-out homer, his llth of the season. Kolb picked DETTORE SANDS Chuck Scrivener's leadoff double in the eighth, followed by a walk to pinch hitter Rich Leon, brought on Colpaert. He mopped up with two innings of spotless relief in which he struck out four. CHARLIE* CHATTER: The Charlies and Toledo meet in a 2 p.m. game today. John Lamb (3-7) and Ray Bloose (5-9) are the probable starters on Spicer's next pitch, parking it in the same area of the bleaches for his third home run of the season. D E T T O R E RETIRED the first 12 Toledo batters in order before Kevin Collins led off the bottom of the fifth inning \rith a single for Toledo's first hit. Tim Hosley, then drove a grounder throgh Rick Joseph at third base, but Dettore bore down to retire the next three Mud Hens Pinch hitter Art Barski, Gene Spatz and Bob Molinaro strokec consecutive single in the sixth nning for Toledo's run. Kolb threw out a runner at home for after taking fly in short Charleston ab r hb! Tola double play Wayne Comer's right. Dettore then retired Colins on a bouncer to the mound. Gerela Kicks Five Gofds for Steelers ·b r hb» Bustiman cf 4 0 2 0 Spati it 4 o 1 8 Alcaraz 2b 4 0 1 0 Molinaro rf 4 0 1 1 Kopact lb-lf 3 0 0 1 Comer cf 4 0 0 0 Zlsk If 3 1 1 0 Collins 3b 4 0 1 0 Booker c 1 0 0 0 Hosley c 4 0 0 0 Joseph 3b 3 0 0 0 Jata 1b 4 0 0 0 Sands c-lb 3 1 1 2 Gamble ss 3 0 0 0 Kolb rf 4 1 1 1 Scrivener 2b 3 0 1 0 Taveras ss 4 1 1 0 Spicer p 1 0 0 0 Dettore p 3 0 1 0 Barski ph 1 1 1 0 Colpaert p 1 0 0 0 Leshnock p 0 0 0 0 Willock p 0 0 0 0 Leon ph 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 4 I 4 Totals H 1 5 1 Churiesten 001 HI 00ft--4 Toledo ON Ml 000-1 E--Joseph, Sands. DP--Charleston, Toledo. LOB--Charleston S, Toledo 5. 2B--Scrivener. HR--Sands (11). Kolb (3). IP H R ER Bl SO Dettoer, W C8-6) .... Colpaert .. SpFcer, L (1-2) .... Leshnock WhlllocK 5 1 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 4 8 4 4 2 3 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 T Save-Colpaert. T-2:25. A-1,095. International Standings SEATTLE (AP) -- Roy Gerela kicked five field goals to field goal by Bobby Howfield. vershadow a coupleot arter- iacks and lead the Pittsburgh Steelers to a 22-3 National Foot- iall League exhibition victory Saturday over the New York ets. The soccer-style place kicker woted field goals of 51, 32, 37, 5 and 36 yards. The 51-yarder vas his longest as a Steeler. "he five field goals also was a teeler club record. The Jets' only points came in the second period on a 4-yard Sleelers' quarterback Terry Bradshaw completed six of of 10 passes during the one half he worked, producing a 26-yard touchdown to wide receiver Dave Smith. The man Bradshaw professes to idolize, Joe Namath, completed only three of 15 attempts for 55 yards in the half he worked. He also had one pass stolen in a generally poor showing. AMATEUR Saturday's Results CHARLESTON 4, Toledo 1 Louisville I, Tidewater 0 Richmond 1-3, Syracuse 0-4 Rochester 6, Peninsula 3, first game Friday's Games Louisville 6, Tidewater 3 Toledo 3, CHARLESTON 1 Rochester 6-6, Peninsula 1-1 Syracuse 4-5, Richmond 1-6 The Standings Club W L Pet. GB Louisville . . . . 67 50 .573 -CHARLESTON 65 51 .560 Vfr Tidewater .... 65 55 .542 314 Rochester .... 61 59 .508 fft Toledo 60 59 .504 3 Syracuse .... 57 64 .471 12 Richmond 56 64 .467 Peninsula .... 44 73 .376 23 Sunday's Games Tidewater at Louisville Peninsula at Rochester (2) Richmond at Syracuse (2) CHARLESTON at Toledo (2 p.m.) Kenny Boweu Shoots 68 For Lead at Sandy Brae K e n n y Bowcn of South Charleston fired a two-under-par 68 round Saturday to take the first round lead in the Daniel Boone Amateur golf tournament at Sandy Brae Golf Club. Bowen has a three-stroke lead over Jon Strieker of Quick and Bob Hunter of Charleston going into today's final 18-hole round. Strikcer and Hunter both shot 71s. Jack Nicklaus Dwlght Nevil Gay Brew/Pr Jim Colterl Charles SHIord Dewitt Weaver 3eorge Archer Tommy Aaron -hi Chi Rodriguez ?oy Pace Wayne Yates 3ruce Devlin -lomero Blancas Bob Rosburg Dan Sikes v\ac McLendon Jim Wiechers Larry Zicgler John Miller Mike Hill HubertGre* n \r! VJ;.',i Butch Baird Ken Still .arry Hinson (ay Floyd Aason Rudolpn "hris Blocker ary Player 'au! Harney :ob Murphy lex Baxter imrny Wriqht )oug Sanders harles Coody im Simons abror Harris David Grsham Dick Lot* Dean* Beman 65-67-/0--202 66 65-73--204 69-69-68-- 206 70-68-70-208 68-70-70--208 64-73-72--209 69-70-70-209 71-68-71--210 71-68-71-210 71-70-69-210 67-69-74--210 67-68-75--210 7168-72-211 69-71-71-211 71-69-72--212 69-71-72--212 72-48-72--212 70-71-71-212 70-71-71--212 7D--.1-7I--212 71-71-70--212 74-69-69--212 72-71-69--212 71-68-74-21.1 71-70-72-213 73-69-71-- J13 69-73-71--313 71-72-70-213 72-72-69-213 73-72-68--213 67-71-76--214 71 -68-75--Jl t 70-70-74--214 H9.71-74--J14 71-71-77- 214 «9-66-79~2l4 (V .r-'l J7.I 69-74-71-.214 77-72-70-214 71-68-76-215 Third Flight Joe Wilier 74, Malcolm Coleman 77, I. B. Summers 81. Fourth Flight Jim Hamrick 83. Al Griffith 85, Dick Bos9s 87, Jay Watson 88. Fifth Flight Charley Watt 78, Bob Bowers 88, Ralph Fuller 88, Charley Parsons 92. Sixth Flight Paul Martin 84, John Hughes 88, J. E. Loftis 90, Gordon Matheny 91. Seventh Plight Dana Gilbert 88, Charles Clarkson 89, JOB Wilkinson 90, Andy Barnette 92. Following with a 73 was Nick Colentino of Fairmont. Mike Wiley of Ripley had a 74 round while Bob Green of Ripley, Bob Thaxton of Charleston and defending champion Pug Lowery of Charleston all had 75s. Bowcn, Hunter, Strieker and Colentino will play together in the feature foursome at 11:40 a.m. today, said Sandy Brae pro George Volosin. Some 75 entries are compctinf- in eight flights for a total of $3,000 in merchandise prizes. Saturday's Results Championship Flight Kenny Bowen S8, Jon Strieker 71, Bob Hunter 71, Nick Colentino 73, V.ike Wiley 74, Bob Green 75, Bob Thaxton 75, Pug Lowery 75, Terry Crislip 77. Pint FHsM George Medley 76, Carl Lytle 78, Levi Hunt P: Second Flight iLythle Dick Herbert 79, Harold Harris 80, John 1 11:40, Wriston 81. Today's Starting Times 10 a.m., No. 1 tee-- Paul Martin, J. F. Loftis, John Hashes and Gordon Mathey. No. 10 tee-- Dant Gilbert, Joe Wilkinson, Charley Clarkson and Andy Barnette. 10:10, No. 1 tee-Arnold Wiley, Joe Burford, Paul Blake and Nick Eaton. No. 10 tee-- Bill Byus, Dale Sanders, Ed Fout and Dick Martin. 10:20, No. 1 tee-- James Hamrick, Dick Boggs. Bob Griffith and Jay Watson. No. 10 tee-- Charley Watt, Ralph Fuller, Bob Bowers and Charley Parsons. 10:30, No. 1 tee-- Tom Frame, James Douglas, Joe Taylor and Larry Veale. No. 10 tee -- John Lucas. Don Santoe, Bob Smith and Dave Hall. 10:40, No. 1 tec-- Okey Harper, Dick Townsend and Donald Light. No. 10 tee -Malcolm Coleman, I. B. Summers and Jo* Miller. 10:50, No. 1 tee-- Marvin Carter, H. D. Warner, and Stsn HaTis. Nn. 10 tpe-- Lyman Huffman, Bill S?Mle and Hector Lemarier, 11 a.m.. No. 1 fee-- Dldc Huber, John Wnilon and Harold Harris. No. 10 tee -Victor Hughes, Ed Huffman and Woody Derrick. 11:10. No. 1 tee-- Jim Deem, Foster Gr!n- stead, Bob Morris and E. ft. Lolseau. Nc. 10 tee-- Bin Snodgrass, Jack McQusIn and Jim Gilbert. 11:20, No. 1 tee-- Terry Crlsllp, Nick Nicely. John McBrlde and Rick Simmons. No. 10 tw -- Calviin Younq, Charles Scarberry and Jack Huffman. 11:30, No. 1 tee-- Vike Wiley, Bob Thaxton. Bob Green and Puq Lowerv. No. 10 No. 1 tee-- Kennv Bowcn, Bob - . .. 'Hunter, Jon Strieker and Nick Cotentiro. KKNNY BOWEN Lends by 3 Shots

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