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12-D THE A B I L E N E REPORTER-NEWS Abilene. Tfxav. Sunda M i u n i n g . August 1, 1S71 Smith Looks To Greenbell I STEPHENVJLLE - Taileton' Slate College athletic director' and head football coach Loyd Taylor and assistant Jerry Kl- ledfie will have an opportunity to look at six of their freshmen signers in the Greenbelt Bowl :game at Childress Aug. 14. I I Taylnr, who will be returning ; to Cnildrcss for the second con-; seculive year, and Klledge will !coach the Kasl squad which In-. 'eludes James Daniels, Phillip^ j-Smilh, Ricky Fnx, Lewis Petti- 1 he |d Dy Wildcats show that .grew, fircg Ancell, and Jack mllst are hard Iabor work Dorset I. Wildcats Dig Summer Labor Astros Hold Big Stand By JAMES NORMAN Everybody hears talk of the glamor jobs obtained by college athletes during the summer months. Fact is there's not a whole lot of them that really exist, at least not for Abilene Christian College athletes. A check of summer jobs KANSAS CITY MENTOR HOB LEMON . man of few motions, hut mind is on the ball i Daniels, G-3. 190, is a Super .Centex t a i l b a c k from Me- IGrcgnr; Smith. 6-0, 205, is an[- All-Districl gnrrd from East-! land; Fox, 6-0, 175, is an All-District quarterback from Kaufman; Pe 11 i g r e w, 6-1, 215, claimed All-District honors on 1 both offense and defense his ju-| nior and senior years as a! [guard-tackle al K a u f m a n ; An-| |cell, 6-0, 190, was an All-State! ·end-defensive back for state' iGass AA co-champion Iowa Park; and Dorset!, 6-. 1 !, 200. line- .hacker was named lo the All-' j District team as a senior at Chiklress. i i Four of Coach Taylor's TSCJ :sophomores, Gary Slasey, Ste-j phenville; Gerald Rrazzl'e, Cle-| burne; Willie Stafford, Olney; and Yogi Gore, Holliday were 'members of the East squad that 1 won the All-Star game last year' 19-14. ; I James Cameron, of Howard Payne College, will coach the! West squad in this year's classic, with the players scheduled i l n report Aug. 7 for training. that serves to promote top physical condition for the sports year ahead. PAR SONG master at karate Two Titles Challenged Lemon May Move Slower, But Actions Remain Big Waterfowl Is Abundant It will be Western night at the v/restling matches at Taylor! I County Coliseum Monday Two championships go on the line with the first main event i being the Western States Cham-!- .. · i *« ipionship featuring champion^DOrtriCK, WOS6 But some athletes have managed to land more exciting, g l a m o r o u s positions than others. Take for instance football fullback Wolfgang Halbig, who is a lifeguard and swimming instructor for the Officers Club at Dyess Air Force Base. Or track sprinter Bob Woodroof. who is traveling throughout the country as a student recruiter for ACC. Here's a sprinkling of summer jobs held by ACC athletes: Lineman Al Barnes--oil field work in his hometown of Big Lake. Triple threat trackman Roger Colglazier -- A triple threat job as well. He's attending summer school and working part-time for the City of Abilene and part- time for J J Grocery. Defensive back Jan Brown of Brownwood -- Highway construction near Dallas. Basketball tall man Kent Martens -- United Oil and Grease in the mornings. . .swimming pool director at Clyde Country Club in the evenings. Center Sonny Kennedy -Climbing poles w i t h Arkansas Power and Light in hometown of Lake Village. Defensive lineman Jacky Yarbrough -- Allied Fence in Abilene. Tight end Stan Williams -Delivery man for lumber company in Maybank, near Dallas. Defensive back HOUSTON - The Houston Astros start a short, but important seven-game homestand Monday Mendl - Construction work night against Leo Durocher's on Dallas Cowboy's new home. Texas Stadium, in Eddy |Tcrry Funk against challenger Q Q j n Net Wins I WASHINGTON (AP) _ Pak Song, the Korean assassin. Bountiful populations of breed-' The second main event will be! HILVERSUM, The Nether- ing ducks and plentiful water for tne Western States Tagteanvlands (AP) -- Gerald Battrick| supplies in the North American championship with Lorenzo Par-!of Britain and floss Case of! KANSAS CITY (AP) -- Mild-ipili'hers of his time with I he : more games seven times and prairie re gj on nave combined ent antl Bobby Hart, managed'Australia advanced Saturday to] mannered Bob Lemon sils in:Cleveland Indians, is now 50 compiled a won-loss record o f t o p rn d uc . e abundant numbers b . v Yellow Bell ' Bucfc Robley.lthe men's singles final in the 1 the dugout of the surprising:,,,, , s prnh . lhlv milike any other' 207 ' 128 ' of waterfowl for the coming P ultin g their title ag aain st Mr.;Dutch Open Tennis Champion- Kansas City Royals, his faTM:present maior league miinager ! "Lopez always handled his.hunting season a congressional ! Hrestlin S and the Lawman ' - shi P s - I dead serious, his body rarely ;{.,,, doosn'l possess the temper Payers like I'd want lo be han- subcommittee was told Friday i Opening action features Salva-; Battrick beat Ian Fletcher of! twitching a muscle, his eyes of a Leo Dunicl j c j.', he na| . e fnr dleil," says Lemon. "He : Nathaniel P. Reed, ass j s t an Vdor Dominguez and Don Duffy.; Australia 6-3, 6-3, 6-3, and Case ( preoccupied with Ihe baseball s | HH vmansliip of a ' R a l p h Houk treated men like men. He made secretary of the Interior said Fnr reservations telephone 672-i eliminated Jun Kamiwazumi ofi diamond, his thoughts confined j h( , Illood j ncss n f a Ted Wil- Ihcm feel relaxed. |th e a u t u m n hunting season ap .. 7737 or 677-3538. 'Japan 5-7, 3-6, 6-3, 6-3, 6-2. I strictly to himself. liams, Ihe sharp tongue of a : "That's the only way to playipears to be "another fine year! His feet are cocked on me: B j||y Martin or the scholarly this game ... by b?ing relaxed. for ducks and hunters." i steps; his chin resls m his qua i uics of a W a ltcr Alston. You can't be worried about the* William K. du Pont, vice! hand; his elbow Is fixed on a; , cljstjnct ft : manager getting on you. All I he! president of Ducks Unlimited,! pedestal containing a clipboard. ; Ho has )lis o w n ' w a v lime I was al Cleveland, I saw:«aid, "On the basis of high 1 cracteCaa\TtThereTrw na l^"' R^"K next to his players P« gft mad only twice. He breeding populations, favorable ^Ull^nVtZt^^ ^ues^onl do^he"'' ° * ^ wTM*rt' bmd cmrnts" Royals find themselves ti ailing ( j n n ^ a n y p|ayc| . g -. ( . ;jd|! pa(j(iiR . e js ()||e nf L(!mor ,, s , m;lf )e to date, a fall flight ex| with the Royals about Lemon,'trademarks: htf tlirives on it. c '°cding that of 1970 is ex;and you get pretty much the Even during his comparatively l wc '6d." .isame'answer: short tenure as the Royals' 1 . A spokesman for the Interior is honest. Too darned manager, he has already be- Department to the House Wild- He never second, 1 ' 01 TM wel1 aware of the long '"e and Fisheries subcom- ·oii. He's patient. He's range dividends patience can Irving. Soph eager Bobby Hilton -- Swimming instructor for ACC. Weightman Bruce Hogan -- Construction work in Abilene. Tailback Don Harr -Construction work at Reese AFB in Lubbock. Basketball wingman Matt Scott -- City of Abilene Water Department. Distance runner Rod Boston -- Youth director for church in California. Center Jim Rosier -- A veterinarian's helper in Austin. Fullback Jim Lee Williams -- H i g h w a y construction in Mesquite. Soph eager Dwayne Day- Messenger boy for law firm in Houston. Basketball wingman Roy Fitts -- Driving fuel truck for dad in Nocona. Flanker Robert Cain -Summer route with Frito Lay Company in hometown of Alvin. Offensive guard Bob Crockett of Stamford -Construction work in Dallas. Miler Paul Chandler -Attending summer school. Pointman Tommy Thompson -- Working as painter with dad in Fort Worth. Wingman Roger Crozier -Working as youth director at church camp. Soph eager Darrell Hearne -- Working for tire store in Mineral Wells. Basketball manager Bill Thrailkill -- Mobile home salesman in Corpus Christi. Chicago Cubs. Game time will be 7:30. Then, the Astros will take on the Cubs Tuesday afternoon be- jinning at the unusual time of 5 p.m. The Los Angeles Dodgers come in for single games Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30, and then the San Diego Padres will come in for games at 7:30 Friday and Saturday nights and wind up the home- stand at 2 p.m. Sunday. Leo's Cubs, who haven't been in rhe Astrodome since the first week of the '71 season, will be playing their last two games of the season under glass. And, chances are, manager Durocher will be glad to get it over with for another year. The Tuesday game starts at 5 p.m. because the Cubs will be playing a doubleheader the next day in San Diego, and there is » policy now of not starting a game after 6 p.m. on days before a doubleheader for any team. From time to time, Leo has had a few harsh words for the Astrodome Scoreboard, Astroturf and artificial weather. And, his Cubs lost three of their first four games in the Astrodome this year. ASTROS' HOME SCHEDULE 2-3 4-4 6-S 23-25 2729 30-31 1-2 13-14 15-14 17-19 21-23 ChlC«9» .. .Los Angeles San Diego St. Louis Pittsburgh ..Los Angeles :g ...Les Angeles San Diw Atlanta Cincinnati . San Francisco. a AVERAGES , , wi'i T^mnn thp manager remain. X m io 6 n ss . T SfledTw m u d honest. Mlently sifting ideas! his 'Shay Nicholsl crowds dis- l n n mitiinn ,,,hn. : 1 ,. to West. Lemon, deaf to the appointment. ! Union admits he has mod-! "I keep players in a slump in This is the man who became eled his methods after a com-!the game," says Lemon. "They manager of the Royals little b i n a l i o n o( the methods of ol.herican'1 come out of it sitting on; R , . H more than a year ago and has'managers, primarily Al Lopez,:"" 1 hpll( *- 'f ] k ' lnw a P la 5' cr:toa i akr, chr,» mn m ,^ ,,,,,,,, molded them'into a team that whom he describes as "always 11 TM* lll(1 potential, 1 know he's "'' d TM' s "ow' impiovea popu- ; has a healthy grip on secondly favorite." Lope/, was tneign'"R '» come out of it sooner ^°ns and the special early, place In the American League manager at Cleveland during 'Or taler. I can wait. ! bonus is expected to be con in j m u c h of Lemon's pitching c a- 1 remember how much P»--,T?, · f ?i I TMi" : of the great freer, one in which he won 20 or'*TM'* they had with me when I ue « this fall a spokesman said.; 8 : was a player. Patience is some: Canvasbacks and redheads! thing that comes easy with me. cnnllnue to be m llmlted sup- iKure, I feel things when some- P'5 1 ' department biologists said,! ·body boots a ball but 1 always Wllh severa hunting restrictions 1 ; kuow he didn't do it on pur- expected to continue through! pose. tne autumn and winter. ; j "When a pitcher walks two or Gn " s e populations, except] {three players in an inning, 1 alol g 'he Pacific Coast, are feel it. Things are going to hap- g e n e r a l l y excellent. Poor ippn in baseball. It's the human weather in Alaska is expected] 'element. 1 feel everything that l « reduce the number of young! goes wrong but 1 keep it all birt| s migrating south down the; VESTAL, N.Y. (API -- Atten-!mer New York Yankees left-bottled up inside. Pacific Flyway, biologists add ' tion Little League and Babe'hander Whitey Ford, who told "I remember that everything l ^-_ RuUi League pitchers: For «v-iGennett: my pitchers do I've done my-1 ery curve ball you don't throw! -j had Iwo boys in Little Sfl|f - I walked men, lol.s of now you'll have two extra fast-!League ball and both wanted to them, and I hit batters. I balls left in your arm later. pitch at one time or another. 1 booted balls 1 should have got-' That is the word being spread insisted t h a t they play other po- If"- ' fame up to the plate w i t h : by local high school coach Lou sitions instead. Now 'my young- a K nn!l chance to get us some Gennett in a one-man campaign er boy is 17 and lias decided he '' u " s - ancl ' 'ailed, to ban the curve ball. He wants to pilch this .summer- " rvp TM en lnol ' e - ' take tnls claims medical and statistical and I've given him the green a11 . lnto consideration, evidence supports his con-light. ^ e '. l-emon can be Curve Ball Ban 'Breaking' Out THE HANDICAPPED brackets in drag racing are made up of cars from various classes. After a team has won over all of the other cars in their class they are allowed to run in the eliminator bracket against other class winners. Because these brackets are made up of unequally matched machines they are run by handicaping the car that has the fastest national record. Golf, bowling and other sports use a handicap system to make an even match out of competition between players of unequal power or strength. In drag racing the handicap system works on the same principle as it does in other sports. Both Have Eliminators Complete through gimes nf Friday AMERICAN LEAGUE TEAM BATTING Chicago Minnesota Baltimore Boston Oakland Kansas City Detroit New York Cleveland Washington Calilornia Milwaukee AB R H HR RBI PCI NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburqh 3482 397 897 M 363 .25BjSt. Louis 3443 41 892 77 391 .2581 Chicago 3420 480 873 « U .255 Los Angeles 3413 444 859 106 415 .252 3516 450 884 105 416 .251 Atlanta New York 3342 389 838 57 367 .251 San Francisco 3505 434 877 1W 40! .250; Houston 3547 426 884 65 397 .249 i Montreal 3470345 814 61 321 .2351 Cincinnati 3377337 791 S5 311 .2341 Philadelphia 3646 3J7 851 67 342 .233; San Diego #74 337 743 65320 .227 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 1250 or men «l bitsl Torre SIL Both NHRA and AHRA offer s t o c k eliminator brackets. NHRA divides ' their cars into two groups, Stock Eliminator and* Super Stock Kliminator. AHRA Hie word. tention that it could lead to per- ..j am nnt j n f a v o r n f anv manent elbow damage. 'boys pitching in Little League c , While there probably are and certainly not in favor of al- many major league hitters who lowing (hem to throw Ihe curve would like Uie curve banned in ball due to underdeveloped f.,'""" Ihe interests of higher balling throwing arms." nh TM n he is not a In Permits SANTA FE N jj _ j ne p c . called Top Slock. In either case the idea is for a drag racer to win bis class and then to win over all other class winners for the title and the money. Stock cars are classified by NHRA according to advertised horsepower, to shipping w e i g h t a n d t r a n s m i s s i o n type, '" If a player does wrong," , "I tell him so. I averages, Gennett has found ,, js arl , ls ,,, |he , fi . and . lm(1( , the leaders of organized youth baseball reluctant to ban the ca , Pgnry , h a t t , nm . ern Gonnell| w(lo |loin , s ,,, mcdit . al s curve in the interests of saving giving statistical evidence that young arms. throwing the curve ball can re"But I'm gouig to keep al il, suit in damage lo the elbow ,,·'· gathering more research and and-or shoulder. '' .,,,,1 then TM . ' partment of Game and Fish hasj automatic or manual. The '" 1,80(1 deer permits available for two, four-day early deer seasons! in the southeast part of the slate: -- and very few hunters are! showing interest in Ihe seasons. With Ihe Aug. 6 application deadline for the two seasons 1 kee cs| o( ',,,, drawing near, Bob Stewart, As- take him off sistnl1 ' rhk ' f nf (!:llm ' ^""·' " tudies,;,,TM, .,,,,1 then take him off s s t n l 1 ' ' n (!:llm ' ""·'ge- lnal ^Jj U 1 .;JTM , ,, , , ) ,, , ",,,,,,,,,,,,. ,ment for the Department, said an re- Tint's' just mv wiv of dealing onl ' a l l a n f l f u l 1 of hunters had' ' ' ' just my people. applied for for Ihe "Whatever comes, I deal with hunts. The hunts were set up AHRA classification guide is based on shipping weight divided by actual cubic inches; carburaiion, and transmission type. In mosl cast's all of the cars that make up a certain class have fairly equal potential when built to fit the class. All classes are run heads up for the class title. A car running in NHRA's F-Stock wouldn't be expect- more evidence," says Gennetl. ,, H HS nnp ,,,,,.,, s|l|() whj( ,,, j t a j' ^ ha j, '^', ,,,,,,., , a k p because of an over population of ed ,,, ,.,,,, as fas , as a car I've got 10 set them to change G( , nnpt| came ^.^ jn a ,, h o m p v v i l h ' m ( ,. j nevpr l1if | deer, that are doing d^magMo running in NHRA's A-Slock the rules Even one curve ball m . lpa7 , jnp wnilc awililins , hpra . OVPn as ., plilvpr . pilch could cause temporary or jn a dnclnr . s nffj(T ,,,,. hjs wh( ,,, , '· · · · TM,-m.,nont - · not even crops on private lands, in the permanent i n j u r y to the el- ;;;;. n " sl ;. ajnpd ' 44 : vf . ;ir :,,| ( | 'tliiw^' gamo, and I did two or three ''''cnsi-s arc expected lo have a bmv '" i n K arm, t h a t lit a fire under times. Usually when 1 didn't «ry Rood chance of t a k i n g a With t h a t in mind. C.ennett 1h(1 | nnR |i n , P sr , H n for the hn\-e a n y t h i n g on the ball. 1 dw m °" ller of lhe ar(as : ciUTfntly is tryinp to enlist for- Philadelphia !hillies. sn\-ed myself a lot of emb'ar- The seasons are so when they run against each other for the over all Slock Kliminator litle the A-Stocker would be working aganst a . handicap. This handicap is based on the mer major league pitchers in ( ; PrmPll believes that from Ihe rassment'by getting kicked out area west of Koswell and in the difference between the two his cause and is trying lo get moment he picked up the of the game." Maylull area, s o u t h e a s t of. car's national records. For major league clubs interested magazine article he was des- Lemon's managerial philoso- Cloudcrolt. Dates are Sept. 11-12 instance the A-Stock record in overthrowing the rules 'Jiat ( j np( ) ) n champion the cause pliy is stiown by his attitude to- and 18-1!), on both areas; Keen-; plate no limitations on young- that has brought him up w.ird curfew. ' scs aro K nn(1 for a " fmlr (1a ' s in slcrs snapping off curves. against the Little league and "Ue have a curfew," he ex- the particular area for which r.ennelt believes t h a t vnun"g ; Babc R u i n establishment. plains. "If they violate It and they aro issued. Hag limit will arms should be protected'from "The good Lord may have can't do their job, they're not be one deer of either sex. Hunt- throwing lhe curve ball and chosen lo give me an arm in- Imrting me. They're hurting ors who are interested should ( h a t vounc pitchers should be jury t h a t sent me to a former themselves. I try to impress on apply for licenses on forms M hmiled to pitching three in- student of mine," said Cennetl, Ihcm how lucky llicy are In be available from any Department mtiRS or a specified number of a former baseball star at St. hero and Dial it lakes work lo office or from license vendors. Ditches rather than the six in- Bonavenlure University. "Ilo stay here. I show them how aw- Deadline i? S p.m., AIIR. « in ihe mnfis now allowed. sen! me to a therapist in whose f i l l it is for RU\S w i t h Inlenl lo Santa !·, lloswell, Las (ruces The first major Ifapuer lo w a i t i n g room I read the ,ir- pel lo the major league;, and or Raton office of the Depart- join Gennett's crusade is (or- tide." men waste it." ,mcnt. i is 11.17 while the F-Stock record is 12.05. The difference in the records is .88 of a second. Therefore. «- h e n t h e Christmas Tree counts down for the start of this race the F-Stocker will be allowed lo leave .88 of a second before Ihe A-Stocker, In theory and practice this all seems to work out Ihp same. If both cars are running right on their record the race should be a dead heat with the more consistent driver with the car closest to the record being the victor. That seems simple enough doesn't it? Ah, but there is a catch in the handicap brackets. If a car runs faster than his record he looses. Why? Because the handcap is set as a direct result of the national record which is supposed to be the quickest any car in that class has ever gone. In theory, if a driver can set the record lower he should attend a meet where national records are being taken and set the record down. In practice most drivers would rather be able to run a little quicker and try not lo run out than have to strain every ounce of horse power from their motor to be competitive. This is just one of those things that the handicapped racer has to contend with. All in all this system works exceptionally well. Both sanctions utilize a highly sophisticated set of national record. These records must be set at specific meets throughout the country when officials are using accurate timing equipment. The records have lo be set and backed up within a specific amount of time. Then the car has lo be checked for legality before certification can be made even if this measure calls for complete motor disassembly as is Ihe case wilh the more restricted groups. ' NEXT WKEK: A look al the modified cars running in NHRA'S M o d i f i e d Eliminator and AHRA's Hot Rod and Street Eliminator. Oliva Min Murcer NY Rojas KC Oils KC Rettenmund Bal Reichardt Chi F.Howard Was Kaline Det Tovar Min Mincher W« F.Robinson Bal Buford Bal D.May Mil R.Smith Bsn Northrup Det C.May Chi B.Robinson Bal Melton Chi Cardenas Min White NY M.Stanley Det Cash Det Freehan Del Unser Was W. Norton Det Carew Min i Nettles Cle j D.Johnson Bal ' SConigliaro Bsn Uhlaender Cle Pinella KC Belanger Bal Patek KC Bando Oak Munson NY F.Alou NY Fosse Cle Scott Bsn McMuMen Cal Leon Cle Schsal KC Caetr NY Alomar Cal Epstein Oak YastrzemslO Bsn Rudl Oak R.Jackson Oak Holt Min Pinson Cle Killebrcw Min Mitterwald Min Campaneris Oak Harper Mil D.Green Oak petrocelll Bsn Duncan Oak Michael NY Blair Bal Griffin Bsn A.Rodriguez Det R.Oliver KC Socnccr Cal Clarke NY Harrah Was J.Powell Bal Kirkpatrick KC T.conialiaro Cal Aoaricio Bsn Brlnkm^n Det McAuliffe Del Cullcn Was 316 53113 1» 56 .3S»'jci"menle Psh 36* 6 5 1 2 2 19 64 .333 Brock SIL 353 4 8 1 1 1 6 52 .314, sanguillen Pgh 376 5 8 1 1 8 15 56 .314! M.Alou StL 290 52 89 8 43 .3071 £,^ p ah 326 37100 13 44 .307! w Davis LA 370 41 113 18 53.305[pepito n e Chi 269 47 81 9 31 .301 r Jones NY 411 61 123 f M .m J.Alou Htn 276 23 82 7 28 .297 H.Aaron Atl 295 S3 17 18 64 .295 Millan All 315 77 92 14 43 .292 313 48 91 I 37 .291 Bonds SF Stargell Pgh 398 61 115 Jl 55 .289 B.Williams Chi 298 53 86 10 48 .289 Rose Cin 377 43108 3 46 .2861 Simmons SIL 392 47 112 13 65 .28S st au b Mtl 360 48 102 35 M .283 " '364 39 103 12 52 .283 327 55 92 14 «! .281 257 24 72 2 17 .280 282 44 79 J3 5B .280 Mays ar 329 32 92 13 42 .280 W|l[, LA ' ' - TM Agee NY 356 44 W 14 48 .278 370 51 102 1 33 .276 381 54 105 IB 14 .276 320 40 88 11 43 .275 270 36 74 8 25 .274 260 20 71 265 25 71 336 47 90 378 53 101 2 31 .268 0 31 .268 5 28 .267 Hunt Mtl McCarver Phi W.Parker LA Lum All A.Oliver Pgh Santo Chi Kessinger Chi Fuenles SF Kraneoool NY 368 53 98 16 S2 .266 m 48 78 6 31 .2661 L~May~ Cin 325 35 88 4 43 .2651 Colbert SD 295 33 78 4 32 .!« D°TM SF 374 51 .98 16 47.262 j Henderson SF O.Brown SD 394 43 103 15 49 .261 296 28 77 350 56 91 3 26 .260 6 36 .260 331 29 86 2 35 .260 452 S3 117 2 31 .259 298 39 77 15 46 .258 349 54 90 13 58 .258 355 45 91 10 45 .256 355 53 91 17 43 .256 258 25 66 1 18 .256 . Harrelson NY . B. Robertson Pgh Fairly Will Montanez Phi Helms cin Cedeno Htn Lefebvre LA 345 37 88 6 19 .255 J" ler« Cin 318 3S 111 12 70.2S5! H '|ckm«n Chi 276 25 69 11 28 .750| Morgan Htn 2? S S i 30 I'll D.Johnson Phi 392 44 97 9 39 .247 Gallagher SF 328 39 81 10 «.2«jr|gl d S r 9 r H,n 358 SO 88 20 70 .246 Soeier SF U S-2«M P enke H,n 299 21 73 361 47 88 266 27 64 368 38 87 10 26 .236 254 25 60 4 19 .236 361 41 85 13 38 .235 2 27 .244 7 32 .244 1 12 .241 403 52 94 260 29 60 1 14 .231 265 37 60 14 55 .226 277 34 62 266 23 59 329 42 71 334 26 71 Bowa Phi E.Williams All Bench Cin Bateman Mtl Aspromonte NY Foster Cin Mehger Htn Freed Phi Wynn Hln .224 4 IS .222 3 28 .216 .1 ?, ·?';)! B.Miller SD 312 10 59 12 35 .189 ^.icGravM NY 287 29 54 1 ,7 .llW;j?R, y " Htn Y PITCHING ID.Rcberls SD (10 or more decisions) Seaver NY IP H B3 SOW L ERA Culver Htn 216131 6 3 2 1 7 1 9 4 1.50 Ellis Poll 187159 3 4 1 0 7 1 2 7 1.97: Jenkins Chi 85 73 77 50 5 6 21.0J Dicrker Htn 86 57 39 65 9 4 2.18|Downino LA 15B 135 60 98 9 1 2 7.51 J.Johnson SF 72 64 33 59 8 2 2.63 i Ryan NY 129 94 48106 6 6 2.71iGullell Cin 188156 4 4 1 7 6 1 4 4 2.781 Marichal SF 70 55 31 29 8 5 2.10 Blass Pgh 66 43 32 68 5 5 2.84 Fryman Phi 175172 53132 9 9 2.87| P.NIckro All 181 145 51 117 9 1 1 2.8S;Sutlon LA 108 91 46 60 5 8 2.911 Reed All 177149 7 4 1 1 8 1 ? 6 2.94lKoosman NY 164 15S 47 93 9 1 0 2.96! D.Wilson Hln 190168 S6 9 4 1 0 9 2.981 Forsch Hti 173 1*2 51 94 14 6 3 01 164 111 115 148 10 10 3.01 Blus Oak Wood Chi Snnrlers Mil E.Fisher Cal Parsnns Mil Lee Bsn R.May Cal Dobson 8al Scherman Det York KC Bradley Chi Pattin Mil Lamb Cle Palmer Bal John Chi Stottlemyre NY Sir-bert Bsn McDowell Cle I Odom Oak McNally Bal [Drpqo KC Lockwood Mil Dobson Oak Lolich Det Kline NY iHMIund KC · D-llCanton KC Blyleven M/n B.Johnson Chi Cuellar Bal Culp Bsn Seoul Oak KMt Min Chance Det Wriqht Cfll F.Peterson NY M^ssersmlth Cal "176 ISO "7111310111 3.47!Gfirn5ley"c!in Gentry NY B.Johnson Pah Wise Phi 83 75 42 39 S 7 3.02 151133 35 6 4 1 3 4 3.MiSlonoman Mil 118154 24 7 2 1 ? 6 3.03iKirby SO 137 122 63 71 6 7 3 0 7 ! 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