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DAILY SUN Sp orts Watson scores sport's millionth run Mon.,May5,1975 Celtics cold, but gain win BOSTON (AP) The i defending champion Boston Celtics, still down by one game in their National Basketball Association playoff with the Washington Bullets, are struggling to re-gain their shooting form. . "We're due to break out," Boston captain John Ha vlicek said after the Celtics hit on just 39 per cent of their field goal attempts Saturday in a 101-90 victory over the . Bullets. "We couldn't shoot any worse than we have so far in this series." Veteran forward Paul Silas, who contributed 10 points while grabbing 25 rebounds as the Celtics remained alive in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference final, tried . to 'explain the shooting. -... "When you have to make the shots, it's not the same,"" Silas said. "If you're up by 13, the rim looks as big as the ocean. But if you're down, it can look very small." Despite the third game victory after two losses, Boston Coach Tommy Heinsohn was concerned with the team's over-all shooting. ; "It could have been a 30-point game," Heinsohn said. "We were very effective on defense and got the second . shots on the offensive boards, , However, we still didn't shoot . well and that bothers me. Havlicek, Dave Cowens and Jo Jo White led Boston scorers in the third game, but none hit on 50 per cent of his shots. Havlicek connected on nine of 20 while scoring 26 points. Cowens hit on 10 of 27, finishing with 24 points. White had 21 points, but managed to hit on just nine of 25 field goal attempts. The Celtics threw up a tight pressing defense to pull away from Washington in the third quarter. The Bullets scored just 10 points in the third period and Boston was home free with a 14-point lead heading into the final quarter. While hoping to regain their shooting eyes, the Celtics are expected to continue the same defensive tactics in the fourth game at Landover, Md. By BRUCE LOWITT AP Sports Writer Cincinnati's Riverfront Stadium scoreboard told the story. "THE COUNTDOWN IS ; ONE." ...... One more run scored Sunday and major league baseball would hit one million. It was a few seconds after 3:32 p.m., Eastern Daylight Time. CRACK! . The ball whistjed off Dave Concepcion's bat. i This is it! thought the crowd of more than 51,000 which cheered not only the fifth-inning home run off Atlanta's Phil Niekro but also Concepcion's mad dash around the bases for that millionth run. "I never in my life ran faster," said the Cincinnati Reds' shor-stop."I saw everybody jumping and cheering and thought: 'I got it! I got it!'" He didn't. It was a few seconds after 12:32 p.m., Pacific Daylight Time, in San Francisco's Candlestick ParkHouston's Bob Watson was standing on second base; CRACK! The ball whistled off Milt May's bat. This is it! thought the crowd of less than 10,000, which wasn't too " thrilled by the- second-inning three-run homer for the Astros but cheered nevertheless for Watson as he dashed home. And at 30 seconds after 12:32 p.m., PDT, Watson touched home plate, the 'millionth time it tiad happened in the majors and the -999,999th since Wes' Fisler of Philadelphia started it all 99 x years and 12 days ago. "I ran hard," Watson acknowledged. "I had no idea how many runs were needed when I came to the ballpark, but then I saw where only 12 were needed when the game started. "When I came to bat in the second inning, I saw a 'one' on the scoreboard, so I knew I had a chance." Watson walked and stole second. Then Jose Cruz walked, bringing up May, who belted John Montefusco's second pitch oyer the right field screen. "When the ball was hit, I had to hold up because it looked like - Bobby Murcer had a play on it," Watson said. "I went back to second to tag, then I ran hard " when I saw it was over. "Give Miltvcredit, too," he added. "It wouldn't have been possible without his homer. I played such a small part in this great game I'm just glad I could do my part." Back in Cincinnati, Concepcion was still drinking in the cheers of the crowd and the congratulations of his teammates when the word went up the scoreboard that he was run No, 1,000,001., He'd been flying past third base when Watson scored. "It broke my heart," Concepcion said. Then, turning philosopher, he added: "Maybe my grandchildren will get the 2 millionth run."7 " " Concepcion returned to the plate in the seventh inning to hit a tie-breaking double off Niekro that gave the Reds a 3-2 victory over the Braves. And while May's three-run homer in a five-run second inning wasn't enough to keep the Giants from winning 8-6, the Astros came back in the second game of the doubleheader for a 12-8 victory. In the two Other National League games, San Diego' beat , Los Angeles 10-7 and Chicago defeated St. Louis 8-6. Reds 3. Braves 2 Cincinnati scored a first-inning run on Johnny Bench's single which scored Concepcion the Braves took a 2-1 lead in the fourth, Concepcion's homer knotted it in the fifth and, in the seventh, he doubled to the right fild wall after pitcher Don Gullett had singled. Giants 8-8, Astros 6-12 San Francisco rallied for their first-game victory on Gary Thomasson's tie-breaking two-run triple in the seventh inning. The Astros bounced back in the second game with a sixrun fourth inning highlighted by May's two-run single and Rob Andrews' two-run triple. The clubs set a major league record of 42 walks in the doubleheader and , the 26 ; in the nightcap broke the league's single-game mark. Padres 10, Dodgers 7 " "I feel that I have to get a hit every time I'm at the plate for me to play regularly," said San Diego's Gene Lock lea r. He was at the plate twice in the seventh inning against the Dodgers. He opened a decisive seven-run explosion with a solo homer and closed it with a tworun double. Cubs 8, Cardinals 6 " Reggie Smith drove in five runs for St. Louis with two homers, a double and two singles--but it wasn't enough to turn back Chicago, which erupted for five runs of its own, all in the seventh inning. The Cubs did it with the a id" of three straight walks from Lynn McGlothen following Pete LaCock's leadoff single. Jose Cardenal's sacrifice fly tied it, Bill Madlock's single untied it and Jerry Morales singled for two more ,runs. American League East W L Pet. OB 13 7 .450 10 8 .556 2 .9 9 .500 . 3 10 10 .500 3 " 10 13 . 435 8 13 .381 5Vi West 13 10 .554 12 10 .545 Vj 13 11 .542 Vi 12 12 .500 V 9 10 .474 2 9 15 .375 4ii (Fame's 2 3) at TWO-STROKE GAP Crampton wins Houston crown By BOB GREEN AP Golf Writer HOUSTON (AP) Bruce Crampton came to Houston hoping not too optimistically to make the cut for the last two rounds. Now he goes home to Dallas seeking very enthusiasticallytwo victories in a row. "There is no substitute for victory," the veteran Crampton said Sunday after he'd scored by two strokes over challenging Dr. Gil Morgan, a far-sighted eye doctor who decided to take up golf instead of fitting glasses after receiving his doctorate from the Southern College of Optometry. Crampton, an Australian native now living in Dallas, made the cut comfortably on Friday, took the lead from struggling Lee Trevino the next day and scored by two strokes Sunday with a last-round 69 and a 273 total, 15-under-par on the Woodlands Country Club course, a 6,-929-yard layout that was hacked out of a South Texas pine woods less than a year ago. Morgan, now in his second year of tour activity, briefly tied Crampton three times on the front nine of the final round but couldn't stand the pace. Bruce dropped a pair of 15-foot birdie putts coming home that Morgan couldn't match. "I knew I was close," Morgan said. "I knew I had to make some more birdies, but I just couldn't get them." He finished with a 70 and second alone by far the best finish of his brief career with a 275 total. Joe Inman, 67-276, and John Schroeder, 71-278, were next with Tom Kite, Larry Nelson, Eddie Pearce and 47-year-old Lionel Hebert grouped at 279. Kite had a 68 in the hot, humid weather, Hebert 69, Nelson 70 and Pearce 71. . Trevino, the leader through the first two days, never really got in the chase after opening the final round four strokes back. He played his last round in 74147' for the last two rounds and finished well back at 282. Arnold Palmer had a closing 69 for 289. Jack Nicklaus, Johnny Miller, Gary Player and Tom Weiskopf did not compete. , HOUSTON (AP) i- Leading scores after Sunday's final round of the $150,000 Houston Open Golf Tournament over the 6,929-yard, par 72 Woodlands Country Club course (a denotes amateur): . Bruce Crampton, 68-70-44 49273 Gil Morgan, 70 48 67-70275 Joe Inman, 48-70-71 47276 John Schroeder ,48 72 47 71 278 Lionel Hebert, 49 71-70-49279 Tom Kite, 70-71-70-48-279 Larry Nelson, 48 71-7070279 Eddie Pearce, 67-70-71-71279 Roger Malfbie, 69-70-70-71280 Alan Tapie, 47-71-73-49280 Lee Trevino, 44-49-73-74-282 HELP WANTED Service Coordinator - will be respSnsible for operation of Senior Handibus and Handyperson Chore service in the three county area of Gage, jefferson and Thayer. Transportation duties will consist of bus operations, schedules, etc. Chore service duties will be supervising, estimating, and purchasing supplies for minor home repairs. Knowledge of record keeping and accounting helpful. Apply in person or send resume to: Services for Independent Living, Inc." J Court House -Off ice 23 (3rd floor) Beatrice, Nebraska Services for Indepenteftt Living, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Now Open For Business OPEN Wed. thru Sat. & Thurs. Evenings . Dick Bartlett ToiniEiej "V-fi n HOI G 13 Ml 1727 North 6th Ph. 228-2670 Beatrice ties for runner-up in Apollo golf In the Apollo Conference Golf Tournament at South Sioux CityTriday, the Orangemen of Beatrice High finished in a two-way tie for second. Winning Ralston walked off with the trophy with a team score of 300. Beatrice -and Norfolk were second, each 13 strokes off the Ralston pace. Others and scores were: Papillion (324), Millard (325), Columbus (339), and South Sioux. (347). Jay Carstens of Beatrice lost a playoff to Kerry McVay of Ralston for fourth low shooter, after each finished at 74. Scott Fredstrom of Papillion was medalist after winning a playoff from Pat McGonagil of Ralston. Each finished at 72. Third low shooter for the tournament was Tim Brende of SSC with 73. In addition to Carstens (38- 36) -74, here's how other Orangemen shot: Dan Hosier 77 (42-35), Greg Howell 78 (41- 37) , and Brad Horky 84 (43-41). GOLF WAKAYAMA, Japan Australian Graham Marsh fired a four-under-par 68 and won the 36-hole, $62,000 Wizard Golf Tournament by one stroke over Taiwan's Lu Liang-Huan. BEATRICE DAILY SUN . 200N.7mSt. Beatrice, Nebraska taw Robert S. & George P. Marvin Co-Publishers G. P. Marvin Founder E M Marvin, Publisher (1908 1964) MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier boy $2.50 per month. By mail in ad vance in Beatrice Trade Territory one year $16 50; six months $8 75; three months U 75, all other mail $23 00 one year. Published daily except Sunday. New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Chrrstmas. Second Class Postage paid at Beatrice. Bulls go up at 2-1 CHICAGO (AP) r- There's no place like home, and the Golden State Warriors are glad to be there this week. The Warriors trail 2-1 in their National Basketball Association Western Conference final playoff series with the Chicago Bulls, who Sunday won their second in a row at the Chicago Stadium with a 108-101 triumph. Now the Warriors, who started fast but were pinned on the ropes the entire second half by the sharp-shooting of Chicago's Norm Van Lier, have Tuesday and Thursday night contests on their own court to recoup in the best-of-seven series. "We knew there was a possibility of losing both our games here," said Warrior Coach Al Attles, "and no,w the pressure is on us." - ... The Warriors won the series opener at Oakland 107-89 and very nearly took the second game here Wednesday night before the Bulls snatched it 90-89 on Tom Boerwinkle's field goal in the last two seconds. But there was nothing flimsy about Chicago s victory in Sunday's nationally televised game in which Van Lier pumped in 35 points and the Bulls were in control after Golden State suddenly slumped to a 13-point second quarter. It was a 'game in which the guard tandems of both teams took the play away from their high-scoring star forwards, Chicago's Bob Love and Golden State's Rick Barry, While Love was held to 19 points, Van Lier and guard running mate Jerry Sloan combined for 40 points. Barry struggled for a 21-point effort, but the Warrior guards clicked for 46 with Butch Beard hitting for 28 and Charlie Johnson for 18, The Bulls took command early in the third quarter when Van Lier and Sloan scored six"successive points , for a 64-57 lead and Golden State continued to falter for a 10-point deficit, 81-71, entering the final quarter. Husker nine takes 2 from Kansas State LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Nebraska battered six Kansas State pitchers in taking a double-header Sunday, 14-12 and 11-1 The Cornhuskers piled up runs in the fourth inning of the first game and then freshman hurler Steve Nagel held the Wildcats to four hits in the .,-second for his third victory, without a defeat. x The 11 -run fourth in the opener came on eight hits and three errors. Only one of the hits was for extra bases, a double by Dick Anderson. Kansas State earlier scored five runs in the fourth and shortstop John Yeagely and Dave Specljt hit two-run homers in the fifth and sixth. In the second game, Nagel struck out nine and walked four as he faced only 29 batters. Nebraska put- six men across the plate in the fourth, two of them ahead ofthe triple by left fielder Steve McManaman, Nebraska is 7-5 in the Big Eight and 13-15 for the season while Kansas State is 7-8 in the conference and 18-21 overall. BURROUGHS' HR TIPS ANGELS Twins topple Royals, Yankees pasted at 1 1-4 By HOWARD SMITH AP Sports Writer Minnesota's Rod Carew and New York's Chris Chambliss were 90 feet away from glory Sunday,-but they came up a couple of feet short. Carew and Chambliss were both tossed out at home moments before Houston's Bob Watson scored major league baseball's one millionth run Sunday. Watson collected $l,00(rand a gold watch for his feat. Carew could take consolation in the Twins' 6-3 victory over Kansas City. Chambliss and the Yankees got nothing but an '11-4 pasting from Milwaukee. "I knew it would have been the one millionth run because the word was relayed from the dugout," said Carew, who was thrown out at the plate by right fielder Al Cowens on a short fly ball in the second inning. "I don't think it really would have meant that much." Chambliss missed his chance in the fourth when Milwaukee first baseman George Scott caught him trying to score on a grounder. "I did that to Chambliss? I didn't know that," said Scott. "Poor Chambliss. That's all I can say, man poor Chambliss. If I knew that maybe I wouldn't have -thrown him out.. .yes, I would have, too." Elsewhere in the American League, Texas edged California 1-0; Baltimore and Cleveland split a doubleheader, the Orioles winning the opener 11-1 and the Indians taking the nightcap 4-3 in 11 innings; Chicago beat Oakland 5-2, . and a Detroit-Boston doubleheader was rained out. Minnesota " got seven-scoreless innings of relief pitching from Jim Hughes to hand the Royals their 10th loss in the last 13 games. Hughes surrendered just four hits to earn his first major league victory. Killebrew, whose number was retired by the Twins before the game, belted a two-run shot for Kansas City on the first pitch thrown to him. In Milwaukee, Sixto Lez-cano collected four hits and Scott had three as ' the Brewers ran their winning 'streak to five games. Milwaukee built a 9-0 lead against three Yankee pitchers after five innings and coasted home. The Brewers lead second-place Detroit by two games in the East Division. ' . Rangers 1, Angels 0 Jeff Burroughs' fourth-inning home- run accounted for the game's only run. Bill Hands, who was ready to quit baseball last year until Texas Manager Billy Martin talked him out of it, held California on five hits through 8 1-3 innings and then got clutch relief help from Jim Umbarger and Steve Foucault to preserve the win in the ninth. Orioles 11-3, Indians 1-4 Al Bumbry and Doug De-Cinces collected four hits, including one homer each, as Baltimore routed Cleveland ace Gaylord Perry in the first game to snap a six-game losing streak. Bumbry drove in four runs and DeCinces Pacers get spot in finals DENVER (AP) Several weeks ago, before the American Basketball Association playoffs got under way, Denver Coach Larry Brown said he didn't feel the homecourt advantage would be of much importance in post-season play. Observers might have doubted Brown's - sincerity, especially since his Nuggets three. Mike Torrez, 3-1, stopped the Tribe on five hits. .The Indians rallied in the nightcap to win in the 11th inning when Frank Puffy doubled and scored on a single by George Hendrick, his fourth hit of the game. Cleveland's Oscar Gamble iand Baltimore's Dave Duncan exchanged solo home runs. White Sox 5. A's 2 Left-hander Jim Kaat posted his Uth straight victory, his fourth this season, and Jorge Orta hit a double and two singles for the White Sox. Kaat, who hasn't lost since last August, got relief help from Terry For-ster in the eighth. Brian Downing homered for Chicago and Reggie Jackson belted one for Oakland. Milwaukee Detroit Boston Cleveland New York Baltimore ' Oakland lexas California Kansas City Minnesota Chicago Mondays Boston (Tiant land (J. Perry 14), N New York (Hunter 3) Baltimore ( Palmer, 2), N California (Tartan) 10) Texas (Jenkins 3-2), N . Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Boston at Cleveland, N New York at Baltimore, N Milwaukee at Detroit, N Minnesota at Chicago, N Texas at Kansas City, N California at Oakland, N National League East W L Pet. Cleve- at at CB Chicago New York Philphla Pittsburgh St. Louis Montreal 15 10 .714 .526 11 10 .524 4 9 8 6 West .474 .400 .333 5 6V4 7V .615 .538 .520 .500 .481 .357 2 Tft 3 3Vj 7 Los Angeles 16 10 Cincinnati 14 12 San Diego U 12 S.Francisco T2 12 Atlanta 13 14 Houston 10 18" Monday's Games Chicago (Burrls 3 0) at Montreal (Blair 0-3), N Philadelphia (Hilgendorf 00 or Scheler 10) at St. Louis, (Gibson 03), N Houston (Dierker 3 2) at Angeles, (Rau 3 1), N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games San Francisco at Atlanta, Chicago at Montreal, N Pittsburgh at New York, N San Diego at Cincinnati, N Philadelphia at St. Louis, N Houston at Los Angeles, N Los N Whites top Reds Craig Kusick homered for posted an unequaled 40-2 the winners and Harmon NBA PLAYOFFS Conference Finals Best-of-7 Series " Saturday's Results Eastern Conference ' Boston 101, Washington 90, Washington leads 2-1 , Sunday's Results Westerft Conference Chicago 108, Golden State lOlChicago leads 2-1 'Tuesday's Game ' Western Conference Chicago at Golden State LIVINGSTON ENTERPRISES BRYANT Heating & Air Cond. 510 West Court Phone 228-3296" ABA PLAYOFFS Division Finals Best-of-7 Series Saturday's Results Western Division Indiana 104, Denver 96, Indiana wins 4-3 T Finals Best-of-7 Series Indiana at Kentucky starts Tuesday, May 13. NHL PLAYOFFS Semifinals Best-of-7 Series Saturday's Game Montreal 8, Buffalo 2, series tied 2-2 Sunday's Game Philadelphia 1. New York Islanders 0, Philadelphia leads 3-0 Tuesday's Game .Montreal at Buffalo Women's Softball . Wayne 11, Kearney 9 Nebraska-Omaha 6, Wayne 3 Nebraska-.Omaha 7, Nebraska-Lincoln 2 Nebraska-Omaha 3, Nebraska-Lincoln 1 (championship! record at home during the regular season. Then Denver won all three of its home games in the opening series against Utah, making Brown's statement seem all the more dubious. But in the Western Division final series against Indiana, home was anythingbut sweet for both teams. The last four games in the seven-game series were won by the visiting team,, including Saturday night's 104-96 Indiana victory over Denver that vaulted the pacers into the ABA championship series beginning Mayj 13 in Louisville against .Kentucky. In all, five of the games in the Indiana-Denver series were won by the visitors. Indiana forwarc George McGinnis had scored 39 points in the serie' opening game, which was the Pacers only loss here. In Saturday night s finale. He personally saw fb it that victory did not escape the Pacers. The 6-foot-8 McGinnis had game-high totals of 40 points, 23 rebounds and eight assists. He also was ,credited with three steals and a blocked shot, and he committed just one turnover. Rookie Bobby Jnnes led Denver with 20 points and 15 rebounds. .. , ' ' . LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - l- back John O'Leary scored touchdowns in the first and third periods to lead the White team to a 20-6 victory over the Red in the University of Nebraska's annual intrasquad football game Saturday It was the first victory for the White team, consisting of the second and third strings, since 1972. The Red team, consisting of the first and fourth teams, had trouble from the start. Dave Gillespie fumbled the opening kickoff on the Red 24 and Al Eveland recovered for the White squad. It took the Whites just six plays, with O'Leary carrying five times, to tally. O'Leary scored from the four with 12:20 remaining in the first quarter. Randy Garcia hit wingback Bill Kraft with an eight-yard scoring toss late in the second period, giving the Whites a 14-0 advantage. --O'Leary capped a third period drive by powering over from the three with 3:33 remaining in the period. Eveland missed the conversion and the score stood at 20-0. ' Winners from golf breakfast Two four-man teams tied for best ball honor at Beatrice Country Club Sunday during the men's golf breakfast. Tied for first," each with a best, ball of 59, were: Bob Sargent, Jr., " Roger Livingston, Stan Woita, and Larry Tangeman; and the team of Chet McGrury, John Rympa, George Leibers, and Karl Stolzenburg. In the two-man team competition, Pro Fred' Roewert reports that top -honors with a 66 went to-Leibers and McGrury. Tied for second were: Woita-Tangeman, and Jim Herre-Bill Peterson. Steve Kraviec picked up the par shot to the green flag on No. 5. It appeared the White team was en route to the first intrasquad shutout since the spring games began In 1954. But with three minutes remaining in the fourth period, Gillespie polished off an 11-play Red drive that covered 76 yards by powering over from the three. Mike Coy le m issed the conversion and the game ended at 20-6. Ironically, game statistics showed the Red team picked up more yards rushing (237 to 159) than the Whites, and gained more yards in the air (145 to 99). But the Red team fumbled three times, and lost the ball on each occasion. The Red squad was minus one yard in return yardage, compared with 66 for the White team. The Red ball carriers, Tony Davis, Monte Anthony and Gillespie, each outdid their White squad counterparts, but the -Red team simply couldn't sustain a drive. . Gillespie picked up 82 yards on 10 carries, Anthony had 79 in 16 tries and Davis had 60 ; yards in 10 carries. O'Leary-led the White -squad with 50 yards in 12 attempts while I-back Byron Stewart picked up 47 in nine tries. The Red squad also had two passes intercepted. Linebacker Jim Wightman picked off a Terry r Luck aerial in the first period, and Jim Williquette intercepted an Ed Burns pass in the -second quarter.' TERRE HAUTE, Ind. Defending U.S. Auto Club sprint champion Pancho Carter from Huntington Beach, Calif., won the $40,000 Hulman Classic sprint car race. j annual m ROOFING If it's roofing we do it. 35 years experience. All work guaranteed. Free estimates Owned and Operated by Crab Orchard. Nebr. 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