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Tiant silences Baltimore bats BALTIMORE (UPI)-Denny benefit of two Inning-ending Doyle's three-run double cli- double plays, maxed a five-run third inning Designated hitter Tony and Fred Lynn powered his Muser's two-run single in the first home run of the season as fourth inning averted an Oriole the Boston Ked Sox salvaged shutout, the final game of a three-game msion ' IUMM-III series with the Baltimore "TS'ciwci.nd iii .SV!*??,..*!' K?4ffiE!2 !!?----«--- Oriole southpaw Mike Cuel- · . lar, 0-1. was tagged for all six Twins, 4-3 runs although Doyle's key ARLINGTON, Tex. (UPI) double with the bases-loaded Dan Ford's solo home run in came off Mike Flanagan, who the ninth inning cracked a tie relieved Cuellar in the third game and gave the Minnesota i n n i n g . · Twins their first win of the Tiant. 1-0, pitched seven-hit season Sunday, 4-3 over the ball for seven innings before Texas Rangers, giving way to Reggie Cleve- The Rangers had overcome a land. Tiant walked three and 3-0 deficit before Ford's blast struck out one and stranded off Jeff Terpko, the fourth five runners while getting the Ranger pitcher. Five-time American League Snow remains unbeaten S T R O U D S B U R G - The Pocono Snow unleashed a 58- shot attack Sunday and overpowered the Kraft Booters, 7-0 batting champion Rod Carew also doubled twice and scored twice for the Twins, who had lost their first two games to the Rangers. Carew's first double came in the first and he scored on a single by Larry Hisle. Carew doubled again in the sixth and after two out, Steve Braun walked off Bill Singer. Butch Wynegar singled in Carew and , . . . . r .. . Lyman Bostock drove in Braun v.TMs^^ m p^^^^ j e ,, f. »j jujniwi'* loo Mi nni t * n The Snow pounded the Booter T«".' The Pocono Record, The Stroudsburgs, Pa. -- Mon,, Apr. 12, 1976 Lolich bombs out in Mets' debut 13 NEW YORK (UPI) - Nate Colbert hit a 410-foot homer through a bone-chilling wind and added a run-scoring single Sunday to lead the Montreal Oliver walked and Zisk connect- walked to start the uprising ed for a two-run double. Jose Cardenal singled. Madlock The Pirates made it 5-0 in the then singled, driving in Mon- fifth , on a single by Frank day. An error followed to load Taveras, Stennelt's triple and the bases before Thornton hit a Expos to a 7-6 victory over the Sanguillen's single. Oliver sacrifice fly scoring Cardenal. New York Mets and hand walked and Sanguillen scored Manny Trillo's infield hit was on Willie Stargell's single.. followed by Swisher's sacrifice PITTSBURGH PHILADELPHIA PILE UP -- Umpire Marty Springstead gets ready to make the call as Baltimore baserunner Paul Blair bowls over Boston second baseman Denny Doyle. Blair was attempting to steal and was easily thrown out. Boston won, 6-2. Richie Brands the luxury of handling only one shot all afternoon. Brands got into the scoring act himself when he converted a penalty kick for a first- half goal. AI Villar led the Snow attack A's, 10-7 ANAHEIM (UPI) -- Sal Bando ripped a two-run homer to spark Oakland's four-run with two goals, both of which e W\ ] inni "g f d Bi " No , r , th were set up by Manny Tavor- ^ » I*^ey runs m rhe mina. Ron Quinn, Denny e ' 8 ,," 1 !"" m i ,?. s . . , Snyder, Dale Marsh/and Ron outlasted the Cahforn.a Angels Quinn also scored for the Snow. °- 7 *"** f. a TM e e p of Ule In the preliminary midget UTM"8 ame senes ' . r ' B After surrendering eight rails in the first three innings, the Angels battled back, scoring three times in the fifth, twice more on Orlando Ramirez's two-run single in the sixth and two more on Bill Melton's homer in the seventh. But North's roller through the Reef Raiders sweep ESSC to boost PC record to 4-0 contest, "Beep" Gargone scored one goal and assisted on another as the Snow ran its record to 4-0 with a 2-1 victory over the Bethlehem Athletic Club. Toby Lovecchio accounted for the second Snow goal. Todd Weber assisted on Gargone's score. Knit Boon Salomon Pecuch Avatoi P«. Pncorw Snow Kraft Rmtt POCMIO Sno Substitute llzenbcr OLFB ILFB IRPB ORFB LHB RHB OLF ILF IRF ORF Brand. Hcpner. · Snyder Garras Greenawalt Marsh Quinn Yost Sllmac Villar Yetter Q 0-0 3 4-7 ...son, Bereuw, iw: O'Donnel), J. aiahot, Mann, al: Kraft: l.-Snow: and 54 in nine innings. Saturday. The Red Raiders, now 4-0 in division play, raked ESSC pitching for 16 hits including seven doubles in the first game. right side of the infield with one ? ig ''!, han , derl P 0 " 8 , R , oberts out in the eighth gave the A's ^* a f ° ur . h " Cutout, their sixth straight win over In ^ sec ° nd contest ' a nmt "- EAST STROUDSBURG - Six different Shippensburg ESSC had numerous scoring maintained its players had two or more hits in opportunities in the late in- status as the only undefeated the opener. Designated hitter nings, but poor base-running baseball team in the Pennsyl- Steve Eberly was the leader and some stellar defensive vania Conference Eastern Divi- with two doubles and a single, work by shortstop Randy Shade s i o n by s w e e p i n g a Stepp, the ninth batter, added ended the threats, d o u b l e h e a d e r o v e r E a s t t h r e e s i n g l e s a n d B o b Stroudsburg State College, 12-0 Bamberger a pair of doubles. lefthander Mickey Lolich a loss in his National League debut. Colbert, once one of the most feared home run hitters in the NL but now relegated to part- lime duty, singled home a run off reliever Hank Webb in the third inning and drilled his first home run of the season off Webb with the bases-empty in the fifth in leading the Expos to their first victory of the season after two losses. Jerry White, who had three hits, and Bombo Rivera, who had two doubles and scored three times, also drove in two runs apiece for the Expos. Lolich, acquired in an off- season trade with Detroit after 13 seasons with the Tigers, started for the Mets but lasted only two innings and was charged with the defeat. The pot-bellied lefthander was ' tagged for three runs in the second inning and it was his own error that led to his defeat. 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HRSOahland, Banda (1); California, Mellon (11. Colgate topples Crusaders throw race ESSC into three-way logjam EASTON -- Minnie Santos lined a two-run triple in the seventh inning Saturday to give Notre Dame of Green Pond an 8-7 Centennial League victory over previously unbeaten Pleasant Valley. The Crusaders' victory throws 1 the Centennial League first-half race into a three-way tie [or first. Notre Dame, Pleasant Valley, and East Stroudsburg are all now 3-1. Santos came through with his the fourth. But Notre Dame roughed up starter Kevin Conklin for three runs in the fifth to get back in the ballgame. Holva singled and Santos walked to set up Ray Fischer's run-scoring single. Lou Vannicola and Mike Flores later added sacrifice flys to account for the other two runs. Dave Z i n k l e r ' s two-run single and a run-scoring double by Scheller put the Bears'ahead only one singles and one doubles win the rest of the way as their season's record Fell to 8-12. Colgittt, ESSC3 Singles Russ Gould with Gregg Guman Vannicola cleared the bases 4 £$^^$f%f^$*i£ nings. but never allowed a runner past second base. He walked three and struck out one. The Red Raiders jumped to a 4-1 lead in the second game with Herb Leslie's leadoff homer in inning single by Stan McCollum the second inning the big hit. ESSC had scored a run in the first inning'on two walks and base on an error and taken se- Jim M o o r e ' s d o u b l e . Consecutive singles by Kyle Hoar and Duane Leeper after two walks accounted for another run in the second inning. The Warriors tied the game in the fourth as Leeper was hit by a pitch, Joe Buletza singled and Moore drove them both home with a solid single to Colgate handed East Strouds- center ' burg State College a 6-3 tennis After a stow start, ESSC defeat Sunday as the Red pitcher Ed Kuss settled down to Raiders scored their second retire 13 straight batters and to victory' in eight days over the allow only two hits and no Warriors. Preston Grubbs got ESSC off to a good start when he defeated Rich Finn, 6-4, 4-6, 6-0 at first singles in a reversal of their earlier meeting. Finn won in straight sets last weekend. But the Warriors managed Moore was the Warriors' only consistent hitter in the twmbill with four hits in eight attempts and three runs-bat ted-in. Keith George was Shippensburg's leader in the second game with three singles. The wins raised the Red Raiders' overall record to 14-8. ESSC is now 7-9 overall and 1-3 i n t h e P e n n s y l v a n i a Conference. ( F l e) Shippensburg ESSC . Roberts and Leslie; Bellls, Bo Petruny (6) and Radocha. LP -- KM 043 I - 12 16 0 000 000 0 - 0 4 5 Bonds (5), Belli*. (Second game) Shtppeniburg WO DM 001 -- 5 8 0 ESSC 110 ZOO 000 - 4 9 3 Hollry, Baumgardner (3), Schoaf fB) and Leslie. Milter (7): Kuss and Radocha. WP -- Schaat. HR -- Leslie (2nd, None 5 0 1 1 Lutinskilf 5 1 2 ! Allen Ib 3 0 1 0 jotwstonerf 4 1 2 0 d i l l Maddoxcl . 1 0 1 1 Taverasss a l I 0 Boonec 4 0 1 0 Kisonp 1 0 0 0 Carltonp 1 0 t 0 Moosep 2 1 2 1 underwodp 0 0 0 0 Hut ton ph 0 0 0 0 Reedp 0 0 0 0 Tolanph 1 0 0 0 Schuelerp 0 0 0 0 Artarlinph 1 0 0 0 Garberp 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 B 13 B Totals 35 3 10 3 Pittsburgh 000 230 130-- B Philadelphia 000071000--3 E-Luiinski. DP-Pittsburgh '. Philadelphia 2. LOB-Pitlsburgh 6, Philadelphia 9. 2B-Zlsk, Johnstone, Maddux. 3B- Stennett, Moose. HR-Schmidi (1). SB- Tavaros. S-Kison. SF-Stennelt. IP H R ER BB SO Kison W 1-0 S B 3 3 3 2 Moose 4 2 0 0 0 0 Carlton L 0-1 4 1 - 3 5 5 5 3 5 Underwood 2-3 1 0 0 0 '0 Reed 1 1 0 0 0 0 Scnueler 2 5 3 2 0 1 Garber t. 1 0 0 0 2 Kison pitched to 2 batters in ith. Save -Moose [H. HBP -by Kison (Schmidt). T-2:20. A-1B-373. Reds, 9-3 CINCINNATI ( U P I ) - Pete Rose rapped out four hits and Joe Morgan added two to lead the Cincinnati Reds to a 9-3 victory Sunday and a sweep of the three-game series with the, Houston Astros. Pat Darcy, who pitched five perfect innings before developing a control lapse, was credited with the victory but needed relief help from Pat Zachary and Will McEnaney. The Reds scored two runs in the first inning on a single by Rose, a walk to Ken Griffey, a double by Morgan and Tony Perez's infield out and then sent loser Joe Niekro to.the showers with a four-run splurge in the fourth inning when they took a 5-0 lead. · Rose's four hits gave him 9-16 in the three-game series. Over the same span, Morgan is 7-11. Zachary retired the last two batters in the sixth after the Reds got Darcy for three runs. Houston 000 003 000--3 5 1 Cincinnati 100 400 llx_9 13 0 Niekro, Andujar U). J- Soss (f). Barlow (6), Hardy (B) and Johnson, Jutte (5); DI4II M~1J?T Pt-ITA ( T I P T 1 Darcy, Zachary (6), McEnaney (5) and PHILADELPHIA I U P I ) -- Bench. WP Darcy, d-0). LP-Niekro (0-1). Richie Zisk and Rene Stennett drove in two runs each Sunday to spark the Pittsburgh Pirates t o a n 8 - 3 w i n o v e r t h e Philadelphia Phillies. After starter and loser Steve Carlton retired the first 10 batters, Manny Sanguillen singled sharply to center, Al f l y . Chicago 003 000 023-EM50 SI. Louis 000 210 200-5-12-3 Zahn, German (6), Knowles (B) and Swisher; Denny, Wallace (5), Hraoosky (7), curlts (9). Prolv (9) and Simmons. WP-Knowles (1-0). LP-Curlls (0-1). 2 0 1 0 i 0 2 2 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 Montre 34 t 10 t While, New vortt E-Lolich 2. Monlreal 2, Ne 7, Nev . ' _ Carter. HR-Colbert (1), Kingman (1). SB- Colbert, Bosclair. S-Parrish, Foli, Granger, Millan.Schern Warthen Granger Carrithers SchermanW 1-0 IP 2 1 2-3 I 3 1-3 R ER B B S O 'I 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 1 0 War then pitched lo 3 baiti SCherman pitched to 1 batter Save-Murray (1). HBP-b' re. Kingman); by ca 4 J 1 1 2 0 n 9th. Granger thers (M Jalk-Webb. PB- Pirates, 8-3 EAST STROUDSBURG -- ESSC Softball team wins third straight Cubs, 8-5 ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Defending National League batting champion Bill Madlock's RBI single and sacrifice flies by Andy Thornton and Steve Swisher in the top of the ninth inning rallied the Chicago Cubs to an 8-5 victory over St. Louis Sunday. Chicago snapped a 5-5 tie in the last inning as Rick Monday Giants, 6-4 SAN FRANCISCO I U P H Dave Racier's pinch-hil double capped a four-run eighth inning rally Sunday that lifted the San Francisco Giants lo their second straight victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers, 6-1. before another fine turnout of 24,500 in strike-bound Candlestick Park. The Dodgers carried a 4-2 lead into the eighth when the Giants jumped on Mike Marshall for a walk and three singles before Rader's double. Twice in the inning. Dodger outfielders lost wind - blown drives to the fence, the first time Bill Buckner did it on a shot to left and Joe Ferguson followed a little later on Rader's drive to the right field fence. · Randy Moffitt. with one inning of hitless relief, gained credit for the victory while Gary Lavelle picked up a save for his second in as many games. LOS Angeles 101200000--4 7 1 San Francisco 100 010 Mx_6 10 0 Ran, Marshall (7) and Yeager; Barr, Heaverlo (i), Moffitt (fl), Lavelle (?) and Hill. WP-Moffitt (1-0). LP-Marsnall (0-1). HRS-LOS Angeles. Bvckner [11, Meager Braves, 4-2 SAN DIEGO l U P D - P i Dick Ruthven Sunday knocked in three runs and got relief help from Roger Moret and Pablo Torrealba over the final three innings Sunday when the Atlanta Braves trimmed the San Diego Padres 4-2. Ruthven, ahead 4-1, tired in the sixth and gave up walks to Johnny Grubb and Tito Fuentes before Moret came in and halted the Padres with only one of the walks scoring. When Moret walked Doug Rader to open the San Diego seventh. Torrealba took over and retired the side without any damage. Ruthven accounted for the first two Atlanta runs in the second inning when he singled with the bases loaded. Atlanta OM MO 000-4 7 0 San Diego ooo on 000_5 6 0 Ruthven, Morel (6), TorrealM (7) and Pocoroba; Greif, Foster (J), Tomlin (S) and Davis. wP-Rulhven [1-0). LP-Moffitt and walked only one. game-winning hit off reliever by 7-3 in the top of the sixth, but with a double in the bottom of ^J* fl ,i£;£, K, d^h the inning to make it a one-run McCormick, 6-4. 6-3; Dave Moyer (ESJ ° del. Bruce Horowtti. 7-6, 7-6; Steve Gallagher (C) del. Ken NIeser, 6-0, 6-0. Doubles Ogilvy-Daniell dot, Grubbs-McCormlch, 7-5, 4-2; Rumble-Burnes def. Flnn-Dubln, i-J, 6-0; Horowitz-Gallagher Oct. Mover- Nieser, 6-1, 6-2. EAST STROUDSBURG - straight batters from the se- Ingrid Callmann's bases-loaded cond to the seventh innings. earned runs over the final seven double sparked a four-run rally Kuchinskas helped her own innings. He struck out seven in the second inning which car- cause with twin singles, the se- ried East Stroudsburg State con d driving home an insurance College to a 5-1 Softball victory r u n in the f o u r t h inning, over Salisbury State Saturday. G r e t c h e n E y s e n b a c h had The Warriors loaded the reached on an error and taken bases on two walks and Bobbie second on a groundout before Campbell's bunt single. Call- the hit mann then lined a double into Salisburv state scored its centerfold with two runs scor- , one run .* (he firs( inning Qn singles by Diane Kennedy and Cathy Noone. A fine fielding r .. . . . lr play by third baseman Evsen- run of the inning herself on a wild pitch. That was all the support pitcher Lynn K u c h i n s k a s needed as she spun a five-hitter, striking out one batter and walking one. She retired 15 Jersey golfer records ace STROUDSBURG Phyllis Neville of Kennel* worth, N.J., recorded the first hole-in-one of the season at Glen Brook Country Club. Saturday. Mrs. Neville used a pitching wedge to score her ace on the 80-yard par-three hole. She played in a four* some with her husband Gil, and Ed and Mary Downs. ing' on the hit and a third on a throwing error. The ESSC second baseman scored the fourth and Jim Holva on base. Pleasant Valley had taken an early 3-0 lead in the first in- ballgame once again, ning on Kim Scheller's two-run »-»fS*»t ,,, JJ Jg JlBJ single and a fielder's choice conum, GOUID HI and zmwer,- HOIV«. groundout and added a run in SJ" ·"" Gu """- w ~ Ki "' UP ~ Records fail in high jump, sftof put High-flying Warriors score triangular victory . EAST STROUDSBURG -- Gene Roan all cleared 14-0 in an leading scorer in Keith Taylor, Buono and Woodrow Johnson in East Stroudsburg State Col- impressive team showing in the who captured the 100 and 220- 42.5. lege's track and field team pole vault. yard dashes and the long jump. Other winners for Coach Dick reached the heights Saturday in Patterson was the winner on Taylor's time of 9.7 in the 100 DeSchriver's team were Rick winning a triangular meet. fewer misses wiUi Strein se- tied the stadium record while Hunsicker. another talented The Warriors soared to their cond and Roan third. School Albert Price, in placing second, freshman, in the 880 in 1:58.3, best performances ever in the record-holder Lenny Jenkins equaled the ESSC record in the Marian Gessner in the triple highest events as they scored (1974), 15-2, is the only other event of 9.8 held by Ben Kizer jump, 44-10, and Gorman in the an easy victory with 103 points. ESSC trackman to ever clear (1968). 440-yard intermediate hurdles, Trenton State was second with 14-0 in the pole vault. In the 220, Taylor also won by 55.4. 65V4 points with Lock Haven One other ESSC record was a tenth of a second'over Price in ESSC's outdoor track and third with 22M:. broken in the meet and not 22.0 while in the long jump his field record is now 2-1 with a Freshman Gary Guzzi set an surprisingly, it was by record- winning margin over runnerup home meet against Bloomsburg ESSC outdoor high jump record happy Paul Ferency who Gary Jackson of ESSC was one Wednesday, by clearing 6-9. It matched his smashed a school shot put mark quarter inch with a leap of 22-4. Bsscio3,Tt.nnmsi.i.t5n school indoor mark and broke for the 19th time in his career ESSC All-American Pete iM-i.T.rWm'pTtaMEsij cum the stadium standard of 6-8 set with a toss of 55Vi. Heesen won the mile run in J"'"" 1 JoMi»n(ES).«.7(ii«niadiii m by Jim Wooding of Indiana in Unfortunately, Ferency's dis- 4:22.1 and tied with teammate E! |?7'j5!j ;S"|| l: ' !lESU - 0v "' r ' 1974 tance was not good enough to John DelSordo for first in the uo-'i. B.purvixEsir NTM.OITOLH Another ESSC freshman, Bob win the event as Joe DeLuise of three mile at 15:01.6. 3 'THiS l er'! s' Z"I',OMES i Radimer, tied the old stadium Trenton State uncorked a The lightning-quick Purvis Bu ^i, IT1 )4"ME% 1 i r Fte"o 3 (LH)3. bach kept the Maryland team from mounting a big inning. Campbell also had two hits for the Warriors, who are now 3-0 with the next game at home against Rutgers Saturday. ESSC also took the junior varsity contest, 3-1, with Donna Kauffman's relief pitching the key. Salllburv State 104 000 0 -- I S 3 Eait stroudiDurg 040 too x - s ; 0 Dawson. Discus-- 1. DeLuise (T) 1. Burns (LH) 3. Roe (T) 4. Derr (ES), 162V* (stadium record) Javelin-- 1. Oougticrly (T) 1, Slevens (ES) 3. Mirabelle (T), 4. BilKlng [LHt, 309-5 Long Jump-1. Taylor (T) 2. jacKson (ES) 3. Blanch (ES) 4. Manrjlamele (T), Z2-4 Triple Jump-l. Gessner (ES) I. Burns (LH) 3. Surke (LH) 4. Whlttlngton (ES), J4-10 High Jump-l. Gun! (ES) 1. Rodlmer (6SJ 3. Burke LH) 4, Crow Icy (LH) and FERNWOOD COUNTRY CLUB Pro-Shop Specials All Top Grade $1199 Golf Balls . . . . 1 I Doz. McGregor V. I. P Irons »ny First Flight Woods Irons u/0 Ben Hogan Woods Irons OFF Walter Hasen ultra Dvnes30% OFF Rt- 10»-- BUSHKILL, PA- pete Chambersburg anchored the «·$· ',,',$ ,,,,,,,,,,_,. ,,,,,,, m ,. Warriors' mile relay team to ^("f sr j m 3 w "" [rl I L H I Gormn "·' Intermediate Hurdlei-1. ~ ing the indoor season because Wednesday. he was a member of the War- DeLuise also established riors'junior varsity basketball-new stadium discus record with victory, combining with Ed team a distance of 162Vi. The Trenton Gucrs and Gary Gorman. Although they didn't break senior was fourth in the discus Barry also won the 140-yard B il,"tfc'i 2"r S c C n,.'n P ','n Gwr '' any records the ESSC trio of at the NCAA Division III dash in 50.7 with Chris third. ^KVuV.f^lXl.^Ti sophomore Dave Strein and Championships last year. ESSC took the 440 relay with a sh.t pii-i. o t t. 0 iie en i. F,,', K , freshmen Ed Patterson and Trenton State had the meet's team of Price, Guers, Mike Iftidtom'SoIJi ' """" ILH1 ' "'"* SUMMER LEAGUES Now Forming Phone 421-5941 Mens, Ladies And Mixed Leagues Watch For Our New Billiard Room -- Opening In May COLONIAL LANES OPPOSITE STROUD SHOPPING CENTER SIT ON IT! (You'll feel the difference) HEAVY DUTY MONRO- MATIC LIFETIME GUARANTEED SHOCK ABSORBERS AS LOW AS... $1178 T I IEACH INSTALLED FIRESTONE · EXCLUSIVE! GUARANTEED NATIONWIDE! fMONROEF ar retread deal 0"c rttMr;-i£. dout-'e belted DLC /S't'trejds _ npu · · Whitewall add *2. CHARGE IT! We also honor: DAILY 1:00 A.M. TIL 5:30 PJM. 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