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4D--Sept. 3, 1972 ^Sunday Gazette-Mail Charltiton, w«t vinlnl*-- BASEBALL Aliens Homer Lifts Yanks; Aaron Ties Total Base Mark over the Minnesota The Associated Press cause of an injury to Celerino victory Bernie Allen's fifth inning solo Sanchez, connected in the hot- Twins, home run gave the New York torn of the fifth with his sixth Rookie left-hander Doug Rau Yankees a 2-1 triumph over Chi- homer. It came off White Sox pitched a three-hitter in his ma- 1 cago Saturday, handing the starter Tom Bradley, 13-12. jor league debut as the Los' White Sox their fourth straight , . . Angeles Dodgers beat the StJ l0 ^- . . IMTCIIKR Sonny Siebert sin- Louis Cardinals 5-1. : Steve Mine, bidding to be-gled home a run in a decisive,: Bill Freehan and Mickey come the Y a n k e e s ' third three-run second inning, leading Stanley clouted home runs in , straight pitcher to toss a shut-the Boston Red Sox to a 5-3 the l i t h inning to give the i out, limited Chicago to eight American League victory over Detroit Tigers a .1-1 victory ' hits. He survived a shaky start the Kansas City Royals Satur- over the Oakland A's. ' before the White Sox scored an day. Detroit's Mickey Lolich failed; unearned run m the third on John Lowenstein crashed a in his fourth bid for victory No.- Jay Jonnstone's single, first three-run homer and pitcher'20. The win w.nt to reliever baseman Ron Blomberg's error Steve Dunning hit a two-run 1 Fred Scherman (6-1). i and Mike Andrews'sacrifice fly. shot, leading the Cleveland Indi-i . . » : Allen, playing third base be-ans to a 5-3 American League , I I A N K AARON belted a pair! of two-run homers and tied the' . |major league total base record! j a s the Atlanta Braves rallied for j i f i v e runs in the seventh inning 11 to trim Philadelphia 10-7 in the first game of a twi-night double header. Aaron's production left him with 6,134 career total bases, tying the record held by Stan Musial. It lifted his career home run total to 667, including 28 this! year. j The Montreal Expos downed i Major League Baseball Boxes National League American League 5T LOUIS ) r h bi LOS ANGEL «b r h bi to r h bi PKelly rf 4 0 0 0 Clarke -Jh Lacy 2b 4 0 2 1 Brock If 3 0 0 0 JohnJ^e d i I I 0 Munwn r Buekner r f 5 0 0 0 Folker^ p 0 0 0 0 DAIIen lb 4 0 2 0 Mure?? c f VVOavis cf 5 0 1 0 MNertny ph 1 0 0 0 CMay If ] o J 0 White If NEW YORK ab r h bi 3 i 2 0 ! t h e Cincinnati Reds 7-2 behind J ° I J j home runs slugged by Hal Bree* o i o'den and Ken Singleton. State College Teams To Use Tie-Breaker BECKLEY-Overtime periods this. Shepherd, Salem, Glenville.j If West Liberty's Hilltoppcrs to break tie games in football!Bluefield State am) West Virgin-! can win a third straight cham- will be one new innovation asjia Slate feel they have good pionship they would tie their the West Virginia Intercollegiate; chances to make it another sev- own record accomplishment of Athletic conference opens anoth-len-team race. Tech, Wesleyan 1939-40-41 of three in a row. er gridiron season next Saturday. Four slated conference games pre plus a meeting of and Concord figure to be much stronger than a year ago when they won only two games, lost 19 and tied one. Coach Robert Roe has a goodly number of veterans and lost Waynesburg, Pa., at Fairmont| State and a trip to Northwood, Mich., by Glenville State College. Another new feature for the 1972 season is WVIAC's debut on television. Arrangements have; some, too, such as two-time INAIA All-American m i d d l e I guard Tom Priest of Frazeys- TJ J i burg, 0. The out-look is good HailCieCl with such returnees as quarter- I . 'back Jim Brinkman, defensive ·3-Day Suspension tackle Mickey Sworden, all-con- CHICAGO (AP) -- Catcher ference tackle Tony Filberto, halfback Charlie Adams and some 14 other lettermen. been made with WSWP, PBS TV|£ a i Corrales of the San Diego station in Beckley, to carry a i Padres was '"formed Saturday nine-game schedule on delayedi"? the National League office! FAIRMONT LOST some fine telecasts starting next Saturday.j tnat "e has been suspended for Defensive players, but still has These weekly games from the! three df) - vs for his P art in a southern campuses of the con-j fr ee-f° r -aH which erupted Fri- ference Sunday again 8:30. quarterback H a r o l d Bailey ,,,,,,,,., ,,* u .^ »..,..-1 , around and he's the fellow that will be shown everyj da y between the Padres andi s h a tt ere d a ll yardage recordss afternoon at 4:30 andi t h e Chicago Cubs. j m f h e conference for passing on Wednesday night at In the fourth inning of the! and total offense. The complete schedule has not|won been drawn up as yet. As for preventing ties, I baseball game, which the Cubs 14-3. Ellie Hendricks and His 1,671 yards in the latter broke a long-standing mark set if JOE NAMATH HURTS HAND SLIGHTLY He Holds Ice Pack on Right Wrist --AP Wlrephoto Durham p Palmer p JCruz If ? 0 0 0 Morales ss ' 0 0 0 2 ° 0 "' Total ~ _ . _ . Chicago New York E -- Blombcrg. Total 34 S I 5 Total 30 1 3 1 L o s Ang«l«s 0 4 0 o o l o o o -- s St. Louis . 0 0 0 « 0 0 1 0 0----1 E_Simmons. DP-SI. Loui5 1 LOB- yvVte "HR"^! Los Angeles . 1 1 . St. Louis t. 2B-Sim-: K |' ine ; Mlmson mons. W.Davis, Jutze. 3B--Yeager, Rau.' S--Rau. Rra , IP H R ER BB SO £ a ' R a u (W.i-0) . . 9 3 1 1 2 J i K i j n Durham (L, 2-7 . 1 1-3 4 4 ' 1 0; Palmer .. . .1 2-3 2 ', 1 i 2 ] Fclkers . . 1 2 0 0 1 1 B a r e . 1 i 0 C 0 0 HBP--bv Palmer (Russell). WP-Dur- ... , ham. T-2:09. A-9.237. C L E V E L A N D ° o 6 | before Singleton snapped the' tie' DO f\ O A T T «·",' .1 r wiih a tw °-° ut homer, his 12th !f f l f / f~f /i i it * 3 2 1 8 1 Total n 1 7 2 , n f the v»ai- · ·*· *-V^ M^f£M-M^4M^t o o i o o o o o o -- i ' 0 1 ltle y eal · i 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 O x - ?! i-OB--Chicago 7. May, Clarke, M »jien («). s- ws. T T-2:07. A-10,768. IP H R ER B B S O 5 1-3 6 1 1 I 2 i^Slun Ti Field Expected English-Import Howfield Kicks Jets Over Falcons (AP) - Bobby halftime, Sullivan gaining only T7 , T ... »11 English-import,'eight yards on two completions. V d VClICVIHC J Unser cf |Rronamr 2h lAJcnnson It 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 i a i o FIRST GAME PHILADELPHIA ATLANTA its r h bl ab r h bi II _ M Harmon 2b 4 1 0 0 Garr r t 5 1 3 O ' l o w r n - t n r l Bowa s s 5 1 3 2 Upshaw p 0 0 0 0 : G N e t i i « 3 5 Money 3b X 1 0 0 SJackson vs 5 2 1 1 FTM.« " JD Luzinski It i 0 0 1 HAaron Ib 5 2 2 · ' D u f f y ss Lis Ib 7 1 1 0 Bflkor c' . 1 1 1 0 Dur-irt, D Hutton Ib O O O O EWillams c 3 1 1 1 Hilnendrt Frwd rf J 1 1 3 Carty If 3 0 0 0 Farmer p WRobnsn ct 511 1 Jarvis p 0 0 0 0| AlRvan c 3 1 2 0 Millan p h 0 1 0 0 Brandon p 2 0 0 0 OsBrnwn I f 1 0 0 0 1 Scarce p 1 r 0 0 Evan^ 30 3 0 0 1 . Sclma p O O O O GMbri'ath 2b 3 0 7 1 Total 36 5 II 5 T o t a l 37 3 11 3 BWilson p O O O O Slono p ? 0 0 0 Cleveland . . 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 -- 5 TKpllPy n 0 0 0 0 Minnesota 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 Breazeale ph 0 0 0 0 DP-Minnesota I. LOB--Cleveland 7 Lum rf 2 0 1 1 Minnesota 8. 2B-Braur. 2. J Nettles' HP,--Lowe/iMein (6), Dunnlno (1) Total 32 7 E 7 T o t a l ?J, 10 13 9 IP H R ER g g so Philadelphia 5 0 0 0 II J 0 0 0-- 7|Durninn (A',.1.2) ,1 11 3 3 1 5 Atlant« . 3 0 0 0 0 1 51x-10'HilCi?ndrf . 1 - 3 0 0 0 0 0 ) DP--Philadelphia 1 LOB-Philadelphia Farmer . 2 2 - 3 0 o 0 0 DU QUOIN. 111. (AP) - Few-1 er than a dozen 3-year-old trot-! ATLANTA -- ;tcrs, headed by sensational Su-| Howfield, an MINNESOTA i P sr Bowl - driven and trained l s o c c e r-style place kicker, [Namath completed five for 58 ""/oVo Tovar n a b r h l i b y Stanley Dancer, are gearing i booted three field goals as theiyards. s o i o c°r v e a * j'b 5 ] 2 o | u p for the 47th renewal I New York Jets beat the Atlanta For the game, Sullivan was " " " ' " - - -- - sjx of 27 r or 85 y ar( j s w j tn f our ball League exhibition game interceptions. So dominating is the long-leg-'Saturday. j Al Woodall quarterbacked the! 3d son cf Star's Pride, virtual-; Howfield's first field goal of| Jels in the second half andj _ · invincible the last twoji2 yards came late in the sec-1completed seven of 11 passes o months, the field for the $124,- lon d quarter after another Jet| for 62 yards with one -·~ 1 - jame ends regulation time with )oth teams dead-locked, a toss of the coin will give one of the .earns the ball on the 30-yard line, first down. The other team will also have a go on offense " xm the same 30-yard stripe. If no one has scored, or the game s tied again, a second overtime will be repeated. * * # THE 1972 SEASON could be duplicate of 1971 in that West Liberty State College is likely to be mixed up again in the title chase with the Fairmont Falcons. But eight other schools have the high hopes that they will I Carmen Fanzone hit home runs by Bill Young of West Liberty a;on successive pitches by San : in 1949. Bailey is one of five Diego's Bill Grief. Rick Monday, the next batter, was decked by a Greif pitch at his head. Monday and Corrales had an exchange of words before Corrales threw a punch at Monday. Players on both benches emptied onto the field and it was several minutes was restored. before order offensive All-Conference stars back in line. Others in addition to Filbertro, are end Alex Gas- taneda of Concord, guard Larry Slade of Shepherd and back Carl Alloway of Glenville State. From last year's defensive All-conference unit are Mick- have something to say about cy Sworden of West Liberty, Terry Lamlis of Wset Virginia Wesleyan, .Jack Summers of West Virginia State and Joe Fourqurean of Bluefield State. Fairmont State goes into the [schedule with the only new head Hit Record I coach in the conference. Bill Kerr, who has been associated Clemen te Breaks PITTSBURGH (AP) - Roberto Clemente broke a Pittsburgh baseball club record with the Falcons for quite a few years, moved up to replace Harold "Deacon" Duvall who went ' 20 KiSe^S i b 3 4 o t ?i Wednescla y of tne Ham-'Falcons 9-3 in a National Foot- 1 0 0 0 Reese Ib · 1 1 2 3 RcnicK Ib 2 1 0 0 Darwin r f 4 0 0 0 JNettles cf 4 0 1 0 Thompsn s s 3 1 2 2 Borqmr.n c O O O O RWoodsn p 1 0 0 0 Stricklnd p Manuel ph LaRochp p Monon ph 31-0 Victor In Opener which had stood since 1917 j to the sidelines after 20 very when he belted his 2.971st ma-i successful football seasons, i jor league hit Saturday night, i Saturday's opening assign- passing the mark of Honusjments send West Virginia State Wa g ner - j to Tech at 7:30 p.m.. Concord to Clemente drove a liner into!Bluefield State at 8 p.m., Wes- the leftfield corner for hisileyan to Shepherd for an after- record-breaking hit to lead off!noon game and West Liberty to the third inning against San ! Salem, where the Tigers have erected lights on their new field. {Francisco's Sam McDowell. 1 0 0 0 O O O O 1 0 0 0 000 harness racing classic may kicker, Grant Guthrie, missed ception. attract as few as seven. 9, Atlanta 8. 2B--Bowa 2 M.Ryan. 3B~ RWoodsn (L,11-13) 2-3 9 5 5 2 S.J«ckson, Baker HR- Fre»d (6!, Strickland 1-3 1 n 0 1 W. Robinson ( 4 ) . H Aaron 2 (28) S B -- LaRcchc . 3 1 0 0 0 Bowa. Monfy. S-Brandon. SF --Luiinski. | Save-- Farmer ( S ) . T-- 2M3. A-8.356. IP H R ER 88 SO Brandon Scarcf . Selma (L.I-91 B.Wilspn Ston» T.Kfllty Jarvis (W.IO-7) UD?tiaw Sav** -- Upshaw ' E v S r T . ) . WP 5 7-3 7 2 - 3 2 2 0 1 'i 1 2 - 3 3 1 5 1 - 3 8 7 2 - 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 HBP-- by Brandon, B.WiKo . MO) Slow-Pitch Softball Sept. 16-17. Selbe Field in Loudendale sponsored by Loudend'ale Lions Club. Single elimination. Entry fee $25. Need Ifi teams and rosters must te in by Sept. 14. C I N C I N N A T I MONTREAL ab r h w Hunt 2b 1 1 0 Rose If Jorqrnsn c f 4 0 1 0 Morgan ?b Sinoleton I ! 5 1 1 1 Tolan c' .V.C'arvi-r c 5 1 1 1 Bencl c F a i r l y r f 3 2 7 0 TPere? 11) HBreeden Ib 3 ' 1 ? Mfnki Mashore rt Dai' rf Foli 5S Bailey 3b Torrer p Marshall D 0 0 0 0 Geronimo r t 1 1 1 2 Fooler p r 4 0 ? 1 Chaney s5 3 0 1 0 NHan p 4 0 0 0 Haque p-i 0 0 0 0 nnrhon p T.-'-nlm p V.cRn'- pn .1 2 C K A N S A S CITY BOSTON t i o a b r h b i 7 6 3 Schaal 3b l 0 0 0 Harper c f 0 0 0 O t i s c f 4 1 2 0 Aparlcio ss 3 0 1 1 0 2 0 Schnblum r t 5 0 1 1 Ystrmski Ib 3 0 0 1 l 1 1 0 Maybrrry Ib t 0 2 0 RSmith rt 4 1 1 1 Brandon Fmiella If 4 1 2 1 Potrocelli 3b 1 0 0 0 T - ·; .;· rk c 4 1 0 0 Fisk c 4 1 2 0 . i Ib 4 0 1 0 K05CO If 3 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 Gntfin 2 b 3 1 1 1 1 ; ph 1 0 1 1 Sifbcrt p M' · -, O O O O Leo p O O O O Bolin p 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 O O O O 1 0 0 0 o o o o 1 0 1 0 o o o o Food available at field. Trophiesjfor the to be awrded. Contact John Krivonyak at 342-4328 or Ron Hill at two attempts. Howfield connected on kicks of 29 and 32 yards in the fourth period. The game featured the professional football debut of former Auburn Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Pat Sullivan. He played the entire game ATLANTA Jets-Falcons agate. Fixing style, sub for scoring sums: New York Jets ., ." 3 0 0 6-9 Atlanta . . . . 0 0 3 0--3 NY-FG Howfield 12 All--FG Bell 20 NY--FG Howfidd » NY-FG Howfield 32 A-37,806 inter- CLEAR FORK-The Fayetle- ville Pirates opened their season with PRINCETON, N.J. ( A P ) 4 0 0 0 Hacnund p -i 0 0 C F..;mrri«; p j D 1 0 Keaugh ph J 0 r 0. Anqr^i.ni p 4 1 1 0,Hopkins oh 4 1 2 0 Abeminy p 3 0 0 0 ' Taylor ph 0 0 n 0 ' DalCan'n p 4 0 7 1 2 0 0 0 Totfll 3^ 1 C o 0 Kansas C t f y 0 0 0 0 Boston 0 0 ^ 0 DP--Boslon 0 0 0 1 Posroi ab r h bi 343-0736. 4 1 2 0 3 0 1 1 O O O O O O O O back. Each threw 14 passes before v i0 .v u .,o, while the Jets Ron Johnson and Vince -- 1MV ^ U ,, iivaiu 11C1U Kljai . started Joe Namath at quarter- Ir ^ nts scored one touchdown j white was the Pirates' leading i i Oman A in +Urt XTn*** \7x«1v /** I««l*. . ... . . . _ _ P a 31-0 victory over Clear here Friday night. David Haynie threw touch- j down passes to John Pennington l a n d Greg Sproles, and Sproles, (scored another touchdown on a! 135-yard run. --| _ Tom White also scored for the on a 28-yard run and a 22-yard field Ciiicy Extends Sparky's Pact : first used last fall. CINCINNATI, Oh Cincinnati Reds Manager Spar-| ky Anderson's contract has been · extended through the end of the BASEBALL standings apiece as the New York Giants beat 27-12 League exhibition game Satur- the Philadelphia Eagles in a National Football rusher with 68 yards, followed by Richard Daniels with 60 yards. Wh i le was also a standout i . . J ,, defense, along with Danny Nick- Defensives end Henry Reed e ll, Donald Woodrum and Ike! set up New York s first touch- Honaker. American League National League Total 31 5 9 Si 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 -- 3 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 x-- 5 1 LOP-Kansas City 10 '· ?B -Harper. Kosco, Fisk '· - Knoop H R . - R Smith dii!. Piniella '(in"! Total 3* 7 11 7 T o t a l 3J 1 7 2 ' S B -- O t i s . S-Aparicin. SF-Yaslriomski ': Montreal 0 0 0 1 OqO 5 4 0-- 7 IP H R ER BB SO Cincinnati 0 0 0 o o o 1 0 1 -- 2 Hedtunn iL,4-7) 1 1 - 3 7 5 DP--Cincinnati 1 - L O B -Mnntn^ 1 6, Fit;mornr. . . 2 2 - 3 2 6 Cincinnati f i 2B--Hunt. Mfnfcp, F a ' r l v . i Anqe::m . ] 0 0 T Pere:, Day. MR -Sinqloion ( 1 2 1 . Abprnathy 2 0 0 H Brpprffn i~,^. S-- Jorqpnsfn. DalCiinlcn . 1 0 0 ir ri R ER BB SO Sifbrrl iW. 1 1 - 1 1 ) ' 6 1 - 3 9 3 Torr« IW.14.91 8 2 - 3 7 2 2 2 6 , L e e . ] 1 3 Marshall MM*" (L. 14-41 Borhon Tr-miin 0 0 0 1 'Bolin 1 2 - 3 0 0 0 Saturday'! Results Boston 5, Kansas City 3 NPW York 2, Chicago 1 Cleveland 5. Minnesota 3 Detroit 3, Oakland 1. II innings Milwaukee at Texas Baltimore at California Friday's Rmulls Milwaukee 3, Texas 0 New York 4, Chicago 0 Br-slon 1. Kansas C'ity 0 Minnesota 5, Clr-velanrl 4. 10 Innings Oakland 4, Detroit I Baltimore 3. California J Salurday's Results Chicago 8, San Dieqo 0 Los Anqr-les 5, St. Louis 1 Atlanta 10, Philadelphia 7, first name San Francisco at Pittsburgh Montreal 7, Cincinnati 2 New York at Houston Friday's Results Chicaqo 14. San Dipqo 3 c hilaaelphia 11-5. Atlanta 1-11 St. l.nuis 5-1, Los Anaeif* 1-2 Pittsburgh 10, San Francisco C Cincinnati 1, Montreal 0, 12 inninas Houston 8. New Ynrk 0 down with a pass interception on the Eagle 17-yard-line. Evans carried over from the one for the score. The Eagles cut the margin to 7-2 on a safety when Johnson fumbled a handoff and it. rolled through the end zone. Fayetteville rolled up 268. Slow-Pitch Softball j North Charleston slow-pitch Softball, yards rushing and 112 passing, i tournament Sent. 8-10 sponsored by City ,,-. r*' i « »» A m h n l a n r « » rwsiihlti o l l m i i i i t i n r t H,;*K *^n The Pirates entertain Peterstown at 8 p.m. next Friday FnytHivlllt t t 14 11--31 Clear Fork 0 0 0 0 -- 0 Fay--Penninqton B pass from Hayrie '" 355 faile) 2e run ISmith »" lr ° m · *···················* 1 * GOLFERS' HOLIDAY ! SHENVALEE · LODGE · weekend · s Golf Package from'2 5 per perioti Dbl. Room Occ. KHOU-PAR70 includes: Green Fees for weekend, breakfast, and room.- Catering to tniirnamfnts and groups ·trite or call for r«ser»Jtion»r brochure New Market, Vo. 22844 Phone 703/740-3181 Ambulance. Double elimination with $30 entry fee. Deadline 9 p.m. Sept 7 To enter contact Teddv Brisendine at 344-1355 · ··nune « --/ · -.---.-· or Duck Wootr-n Jl 344-8772. I ·····················! Fay--Sproles 35 run (Cook run) Fay-22 FG by White 1 j j 3 ? l ' 0 1 0 0 flll (1JI KBP-- bv T o r r r / W P - T o r r p ; . T 2:07. A~ A -11,--.95, O A K L A N D Heck's Splits Two Games ASHLAND. Ohio-Heck's split Kn" its first two starts Friday and 5^^ Saturday in the mideast region- zachary a! fast-pitch soflball tournament. C. I. Burke hurled a t w o - h i t , :j-0 victory Friday niphl over T ,, M i Detroit. Midland. "Mich, topped 5?!TM'.!. Heck's 4-3 Saturday afternoon in the double elimination event. Deiroil 000 ono o--o 3 o 0?C 100 x- 3 ' (I rinn C-rnrnv sh r h bi » 4 0 0 0 Campnris 5 0 2 0 Rudi I ! MAlou rf : Baltimore Detroit Npw York Brston East w ab r h bi .Clpvolsnd 0 4 1 0 1 0 66 59 50 S7 5? 59 58 67 75 Pet. .544 .535 .532 OS 9Vj .400 18 FHouwd Ib J 0 1 0 Hamilton p 0 0 0 O|o,1klsncl Cain ib l i o o RJackson cf VVHorton If 5 0 0 0 Tcnsce c \ar!'irup It 0 0 Q 0 Epstein Ib .VlStanley cf 5 1 1 1 Mangufll ph ARcdrae 3b 5 0 0 0 Hfiiin it EBrnkmn $ 5 4 1 1 0 Bn'nrlo ? b 0 0 0 0 Maxvill 2b i n i i Marqui ch 0 0 0 0 Cullen 2 b 1 0 * 0 Duncan ph O O O O Rlup p Locker p Minc*ie' oh Lewis nr KnowlPs p Hondrick rf , i 0 1 Ol Chicago 3 0 0 0 Minnr r nta 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Well 74 57 71 54 6? 61 60 65 57 68 « 77 .587 .568 .304 .460 .i 56 .389 2'i lO'.j Kan?iflf ctiy California 57 68 .*54 IcSVi l n o 0 Texas « 77 .389 35 5 0 0 0 ' 3 0 0 0 , Sunday's Games 1 0 0 0 , A l l Times EOT 1 0 0 0 ! Kfln^a*. City (Nelson 8-4) at Boston 1 0 0 O K T I a n t 9-4), ? p m 5 0 0 01 Chicago (Wood 17-12) at N«w York Cox 0 0 0 0 ' 3 - S . 2 p'.m. 0 0 0 ol Clpvnland (Tidrow n-12) at Minnesota O O O O (Perry 11-13), 2:15 p.m. at OakUndi Heck's D»arfield. Pc'«r',rn C ' P v r k e an^l Rnv ^ H o o k ' s Fred DOSS I:-run homer. Bill P,i E-Bancio. L troit 2, Oakland 2 land 1 1 i) O O O O Milwaukee (Ryerson 3-7) a t Texas 1 0 1 0 (Paul 6 - 5 ) . 2 : 2 0 p.m. --- .. Detroit (Slayback 5-5) ! ' ?, Total 35 1 7 1 (Hunter 17.71. J:30 p m. 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 J -- 3 Baltimore (Cuellar U-10) 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- l ; (Mesffrrmith 5-6). 5 p.m. ch, R Jackson. DP--D? PiltSburoh Chicaqo New York St. Louis Montreal Philadelphia Cincinnati Houston Los Angeles Atlanta San Francisco San Diego East W n 61 63 61 5S 45 El West 79 47 73 54 68 58 W 70 56 71 46 80 Pet. .629 .543 .516 .44 .466 .357 .627 .575 .540 .457 .441 .365 SB 10'i 14 IS 20 34 11 21') 23' Dempsey put three more Phila-| ffl fi^ d ' ) ~ SDrt ' lM 6i P85S frnm H a y n i p (run jdelphia points on the boardj i with a 42-yard field goal. j j Pele Gogolak kicked a 23-i | yard field goal for New York in the second quarter before Johnson carried in for a TD from two yards out after the Giants recovered a fumble at the Eagles 14. With 44 seconds remaining in the first half, Phila-, Idelphia quarterback Pete Liske . hit wide receiver Ben Hawkins! |" g , . un with a 14-yard pass for a touch-1... a ' u ^ , down making the score 17-12. \ , , i The Giants added a 22-yard j? ark ' field goal by Gogolak in the " third quarter and a two-yard Charlies Lose (Continued From Page I D ) hospital before Saturday's game and it disclosed that he had a rib fracture. But he played anyway . . . Rick Joseph stayed out again with his knee still bother- .Today will be a to Hawaii" with the 00 ladies coming into the to get orchids, flown in; Honolulu by United Ain from Lines. There will be 12 field-rip-i || 2 (touchdown run by Clements in! ' i - U « C « . . U « . U i ] J . 1 I I ened San Sunday's Games All Times EOT Diego (Norman 6-9) handed out, too. ·the fourth period to end the!' ·9 am .!. t . im ?. is V 47 Pm -. same at i scoring. Chicago; New York I as it will be Monday. GRANDVIEW DRAGWAY IHRA BECKLEY, WEST VIRGINIA PHONE 753-6574 NEAR GRANDVIEW STATE PARK SEPTEMBER 3RD RAIN DATE SEPTEMBER 4 'i MILE DRAGS $1,000.00 PURSE 20 FASTEST QUALIFIERS ON NATIONAL RECORDS CARS FROM TOP STOCK 6 STREET, ROUND ROill SUPER TRACTION TRACK $600.00 WINNER FIRST ROUND All CARS THAT ARE ENTERED RUN SECOND $300.00 WINNER R.U. $ 100.00 ^ WINNER CHECKED A WEIGHED _ LADIES'DAY SPECIAL ^ ' ALL CIRLS IN MINI SKIRTS ADMITTED Va PRICE BEST LOOKING FEMALE CREWMEMBER TO BE AWARDED $25.00 TO THE DRIVER OF THE GAR THAT BRINGS THE WINNING GIRL $25.00 ?% (Jenkins 18-10 or Hoo'fon 8-11), 2:15 p.m.TM Philadelphia ? 10 0 Franrisco (Barr 6 - 7 ) at Pittsburgh! NY-Evans 1 run (Gogolak kick) Phil--Safety ( R o n Johnson fumbled 7-?7 0-15 (Moose 10-8), 2:3i p.m. Philadelphia (Ca/ltnn }l-7) at Atlanta I thrauqtTivid jom , '^^i^?-. 11 .'.. 2 . 115 .?:TM: ...... ...... ! Phii-FG Dempsey « . Montreal (Moore A-6) at Cincinnati (Billingham 10-11). 2:15 p.m. Lis Angeles (Singer 5-13) at St-. Louis (Cleveland 13-11), 2:15 p.m. at California New York (McAndrew 10-5) t\ Houston (R«uss 9-10), 3 p.m. NY-FG Gogolak 23 NY--Ron Johnson 1 run (Gogolak kick) : Phil--Hawkins 14 pass from Lisk» (Dempsey kick) : NY-FG Gcgolak 22 NY-Clements 2 run (Gogolak kick) 10. 2B--E Erinkmsn M.Stanirv ( U ) . LOB- Detroit 7, Oak- Midland, Mich. Hech'S Coornr.5, Hoon 004 000 0--4 020 100 0--3 (51 and Miesko, Seelbarh Sct' r -:-n-an Zacnary .1 3 7 - 3 0 f 1-3 f, 1 i-3 1 iqht 2 - 4 . Love nom^r: Hannlton (L.ft-6) Doss ?-.!. Georno Pack ^rtvf Zacharv ( -. Parker v c ... .Easie.n; T - j : I 7 . 1 HP.P ;: isj. FOOTBALL FANS SAVE TIME--AVOID TRAFFIC! Let Us Fly You To The Game This Fall! v V.'f o f f e r AIR T A X I S E R V I C E TO ALL -IL '·'·'. V. U. G A M E S . Or tn Any Other Sprats t v p n t . A n y w h e r e ' ' ' " ^ r ; ' ? ^ . ^ ^ t ; , ' f ; ! 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