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2 ~ THE ABILENE REPORTER-NEWS *"*« Abilene, Texas, Thursday Evening, August 26, 1971 Bucs, Braves Hit-Happy By KEN HAl'POPORT Associated Press Spoils WrlleH2nd home run Wednesday Wow, said Milt May. Whew said Willie Stargell. Whee, said run, both tops in the majors. Roberto Clemente. They could hardly hold tlveu glee after capping an explosive hitting display as the Pittsburgh Pirates scuttled the At- "Yes, it was quite a day for me," said May, who was married a few hours before game time. "Not only did I get married, but I got three hits and lanta Braves 13-fi Wednesday balled in three runs. Wow!" night. The 19 runs by the Pirates and Braves made a total of 65 for (heir four-game scries at hit-happy Atlanta Stadium. There were also 1117 base hits as the Pirates won three of ants 5-1; the Cincinnati Iteds four. here," said Stargell, who hit his night and drove in his lllth Clemente was also giddy af- :er collecting five hits and scor- ng three runs. In (lie other National League contests, the New York Mels stopped the San Francisco Gi- rimmed the Chicago Cubs 9-4; "It was quite a series we had he San Diego Padres turned back the Philadelphia Phillie 7-0; the Los Angeles Dodger topped the Montreal Expos 4 and the St. Louis Cardinals de feated the Houston Astros 4-1. American League scores Milwaukee 10, Cleveland Baltimore 6, Chicago 3; Detroi 6, Minnesota 2; Kansas City 7 Boston 5; New York 4, Oaklani 2; and Washington 5, California 4. Stargell wasn't surprised he heavy hilling in Atlanta. "When you swing the bat you always have a chance to lit it out, especially in this lark," he said. "I wish I could lit here more otten." Rare Bunt Works By BERT ROSENTHAL Associated Press Sporls Writer wilh the score 1-1 and followei ·Frank Robinson, one of base ball's premier sluggers, had no hit a sacrifice bunt since 1957-and the way Wilbur Wood's knuckler was flitting around, he didn't think lie would try again for another 14 years. But Robinson, who fouled his first bunt attempt against Wood rapped a two-run double and back. This time, - it was because Wednesday night* tried again much sooner than he expected and neatly executed the sacri : fice, paving the way for the Baltimore Orioles' 6-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox. "The last time I bunted was In 1957," remembered Robinson, who was in his second major league season with the Cincinnati Reds. "Birdie Tebbetts was the manager, and he prob ably put the sign on because I son 7-5; Washington edged Cali- wasn't hitting too well at the fornia 5-4; New York downed tune. This bunt was the best Oakland 4-2, and Milwaukee contact days," 'llth leading home run hitter in I've made in (hree mused Robinson, the baseball homers. history with 496 The bunt also was Ilobinson's own decision The rare sacri- fice came in the sixth inning bunt. The way the knucliler walks to Don Buford and Pau might wait another 14 years before trying again," in corn- Blair. After Robinson's 14th career sacrifice moved the runners to second and third and Merv Het tenmund Robinson struck was out, Brooks walked in tentionally, and Dave Johnson Andy Etchebarren delivered E Iwfrrun single, putting the Ori oles safely ahead 5-1. It was the llth victory in the last 14 games for the runaway leaders in the American League's East Dobson won his 16th game--and Division. Elsewhere in the AL, Detroit beat Minnesota 6-2 as Mickey Lolich gained his 21st victory; Kansas City topped Boston for the llth straight time this sea- trimmed Cleveland 10-8. Frank Robinson, who had ;rounded out to Wood and struck out in his first two ap- jearances against the White jox' veteran left-hander, said, "That guy is tough, even to NATIONAL LEAGUE SCOREBOftRD Eist Division won Lost Pittsburgh .· 77 55 St. Louis i 7! 59 Chicago ' ..' 69 59 Pet. .583 .546 .539 New York 63 44 .456 IWi Philadelphia ...56 72 .438 19 Montreal 54 73 .425 20'; West Division San Francisco ....76 is .5!0 -Los Angeles 69 «1 .531 6V Atlanta IB 66 .507 9V Cincinnati 65 67 .492 11V Houston 63 67 .485 12V Ean Diego 49 B2 .374 27 ' WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Pittsburgh 13, Allanla 6 SI Louis -1, Houston 1 Los Angeles 4, Montreal 1 San Diego 7, Philadlphia o New York 5, S Francisco 1 Cincinnati 9, Chicago 4 THURSDAY'S GAMES 'No games scheduled NL LINESCORES San Francisco DOO 010 000-1 3 . New Y o r k - 001 3W OOx-5 B 0 .Perry. Barr (6), McManon (81 and Dlez; Koosman and Dyer! W--Koosman, S-fl. L--Perry, 13-10. HRs--San Francisco, Kingman (SI. New York. Agee (13), Kra repaol [101. Cincinnati 210013011--918 0 Chlcaqo 000000048--1 9 1 . .Grlmsley, Carroll (B) and Bench, Corrales (7); Hands, Decker (5), Bonham (6), Tompklns (B) and Cannlzzoro. W-- Crlmslev, 9-5. L--Hands, 10-16. HRs--Cin- cinnati, May 2 (361, Helm! (3), Perez (23). Chicago, Colllson (61. AMERICAN LEAGUE Easi Division Won Lost PcN Balllmore 78 45 634 Setroit 69 59 .539 Joslon ... ..67 til lew York 65 fiS Washington 54 73 a.) Cleveland 50 78 West Division lakland 82 47 Kansas Cify 67 Aft rhicago California Night Garni 002000 020--4 Houslon - - DOO 1DO 000-1 7 0 Carllon and Simmons,- cook, culver (B) qjld Hlolt. W--Corlton, 17-7. L--Cook, 0-3. HRs--SI. Louis, Simmons (4). Houslon, gader (12). - Nigh! Gome Pittsburgh 630120001-1321 1 Atlanta 213000000--614 1 · Klson, Moose (3), Miller (61 and May; Jarvls, Priddy (1), Hcrbcl (2), Nash (5), Barber (7), Kclley (9) and Williams. W-Moose, 1 7. L--Jarvls, 5-12. HRs--Pllts- Burgh, Slargell M), Robertson (24). M- rbnfa, H. Aaron (38). Nlghl Gami San Diego ....:.'.....310 130 000-7 12 0 Philadelphia 000 000 DOD-O 6 1 * Klrby and Barton; Champion, Brandon '(5), Sclma (7); Banning (91 and McCarver, Freed (9). W-Klrby, 12-10. ,L--Champion, 1-2. i Night Gome Los Angeles 010201000-411 1 Montreal - - - . . , 000100000--1 7 0 -'* Alexander, Brewer (B( onrf Holler; Ren-fro, Marshall (91 and Bateman. W--Alex. under, 5-4. L-- Rcnko, 12-13. HR-Los Anodes, Holler (S). IMORE) MINOR LEAGUES 1 By Thfi Aisoclaled Prcii ; AMERICAN ASSN. Wichita 4, Oklahoma Clly 0 Denver 5, Tulsa 2 Indianapolis 3, Iowa 2,14 Innings · Omaha al Evansvllle, rain : INTERNATIONAL · Rochester 3, Tidewater 1 Charleston 8, Toledo 2 Richmond 3, Syracuse 2 Louisville 17, Wlnnipen 2 PACIFIC COAST Salt Lake 5, phoenix 2 Tucson t, Hawaii 3 Portland 10, Spokane 7 Eugene 9, Tacoma fl DIXIE ASSN. Dallas-Fort Worlh 5, Amarlllo3 Albuquerque 9, Sap Antonio 5 Memphis 4, Birmingham 3, 11 Inning. Charfollc 6, Jacksonville 4 Montgomery ?.?, Ashovlll] 0-5 Arkansas 7, Shrqvoperl 3 Columbus al Savannah, rain EASTERN LEAGUE Plttsllold 1, Thrca Rlvirs 1 Elmlra 3, Manchester 1 Welorburv 5. Guobuc City 4 PawlucKel 3, Reading 2 WEDNESDAY'S STARS PITCHING - Clay Klrby, Padres, seal Icrod six hits, slruck out nine and dldn' walk anybody, hurling San Diego lo s 7-C victory over tho Philadelphia Phillies. HITTING - LOE May, Reds, ilamcd hi · asth and 36lh home runs ol the teaion And drove In live rum as Cincinnati baal th Chicago Cubs °-.t. WEDNESDAY'S FIGHTS ; IIONOLULU-Adolnh Prulll, IWj, Uo Angole:, ilopptd Raul Soriano, HiVi Mexico, S, t.A!bVC3AS, Nov.-JImmy Llgons, 140 Lin wkgcles, outpointed Eddie Maim til, Son Dltiio, to: . tn si 57 54 . .51? .500 .425 .371 .636 .521 .494 .4(7 .449 ,4!9 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Baltimore 6, Chicago 3 Kansas city 7, Boslan 5 Milwaukee 10, Cleveland 8 Detroit 6, Minnesota 2 New York 4, Oakland 2 Washington S, California I THURSDAY'S GAMES Milwaukee (Lockwood 8-10) al Cleveland Lamb 6-11), 6:45 p.m. Boston (Culp 13-12) at Kansas City Wright 3-5). 7:30 p.m. Chicago (Wocd 17-9) at Balllmore [Pal. mer 16-6), 7 p.m. Wlshinqton (Bosnian 10-13) al California (Murphy 6-13), 10 pm. AL LINESCORES Night Game . Chicago 000100002--3 8 1 Baltimore 100 004 lrtt- 7 0 Wood, Kcalcv (3) and Herrmann; Dobon and Etchebarren. W--Dobson, Ifr6 L--Wocd, 17-10. HR--Chicago, Johnslone Night Game Minnesota 002 000 mo--2 B Detroit MO ooz nx--4 10 o Kaal, Corbin (7), Strickland (8), Geb- lard (B) and Mihervnld; Lolich and Frcshan. W-Lolich, 21-9. L-Kaal 10-11. HRs-Minnesola, Killebrew (16). Delroil. Kaline (13). Night Came Boston 040000100--5 7 0 Kansas Cily 005 010 Olx-7 9 1 Peters, Talum (3), Brcll (7) and Montgomery; Filzmorris, demons (5) anc Martine7. W--demons, 1-0. L--Peters, 120. HR--Boston, Peters (2). Night Game Milwaukee 002300212--10 1 4 2 Cleveland 001001222--813 Parsons, Morris (7), Sanders (_. and Rodriguez; Paul. Colbert (4), Hargan (7). Henntgan (7), Ballinger 18) and Fosse. W--Parsons, 11-15. L--Paul -4. HR-Mllwaukee May (13). Nlgnt Game (Jew York 201 100 000-4 }akland 100 001 000-2 9 1 Kline and Glbbs; 'Hunter and Duncan. W--Kline, 10-12. L--Hunlcr, 16-11. HRs-- NEW York, Murcer (J3), Ainu (6). Oak and, Jackson (24), Monday IIS). Nlghl came Washington 100004000-511 1 -alilornia 002110000--4 7 0 ' McLaln, Grzenda (6) and Billings; May, Allen (6), queen (7), Fisher (B) and Slephenson, Moses (B). W--McLaln, 9-16. L--Allen J-i. HRs-- Washington, Howard G»M(. Catllornla, Fregosl (5), Stephenson (3). was moving around, I thought ] menting about his foul attempt. The Pirates' blasted off th spree with a 4-3, 15-4 twi-nigh doubleheader sweep Monda and Atlanta uncorked a 15 knockout punch Tuesday night, Stargell hit a "curve ball fo the homer" Wednesday nigh as he continued merrily alon on his best season. I'm already having my bij jest year ever, and I thin maybe I have a chance to h 50 homers before the season' over," said Stargell. The Pirates settled matter right away with a six-run firs nnlng and three more in tli second, two on Stargell's home and the other on Bob Rob irtson's 26th home run. Hank Aaron ripped his 38t lomer and 630th lifetime bias or Atlanta. It was his seconi n two nights. Jerry Koosman won his firs ;ame in two months as he itched a three-hitter to lead Jew York over San Francisco whose lead in the Nationa 'I bunted in Boston a couple ^ a 6 ue West was cut to of years ago with the bases loaded," he added, "but I beal that one out for a hit. I bunted (hat time because I had a sore of the knuckle ball." Hettenmund drove in the oth er two Baltimore runs with a grounder in the first inning and a triple in the seventh as Pat 'irst since July 31. Dobson scat- lered eight hits, including Jay Johnslone's solo homer and Carlos May's two-run double ;ames. Koosman who had been trou led by arm arid back problems md spent five weeks on the dis .bled list, baffled the Giants with an assortment of off-speed litches and struck but eight. "I feel I can still pitch," said ie New York southpaw who r on 19 games as a rookie Jn 968. Lee May drove in five runs our with his 35th and 36th omers as Cincinnati "belted tticago with an IB-hit assault. is charges through a couple of spectively, and linebackers Phil ght, controlled scrimmages cli- *»··-»" ··-' *--iTM- ^ "-'- -iTM..j maxing Wednesday's two drills. American Conference: Central Division 13-PITTSBURGH STEELERS PROSPECTUS--The Chuck Noll revival is gathering momentum. Actually got Steelers up to five wins (they haven't won more than that since 1963). Also had 'em in division contention until final month of season. Kids mil start believing in themselves now. This is one of darkhorse teams, in AFC, lot depending on how their highly publicized young stars hold up and/or improve. OFFENSE PASSING - Like Terry Hanratty the year -before, Terry Bradshaw discovered it's lot different playing quarterback when 240-pound linebacker comes blitzing at you. No one's giving up on Bradshaw's raw talent as a Namath with knees. Hanratty's not conceding him job, however. Rating^B. RUNNING - Got unexpected mileage out of Preston Pearson, John Fuqua, 'who had previous shots with other clubs. T h e y ' r e good squirmers. For big men, Noll can call on Warren Bankston, e»-Charger Brad Hubbert (if knees are O.K.). Fuqua showed he's capable of having big days. Hating -B. RECEIVING - Shook up a lot of people by going with complete rookie corps last year and got away with it. Standouts were Ron Shanklin as deep threat and Dennis Hughes at tight end. Now they've drafted Frank Lewis as an outside threat, and he could step ahead of all of them. Anyhow, the holdovers should be better with that first year taste of success. Hating--B. LINE -- Not quite good enough for airtight protection of young quarterbacks. But starting to break in youngsters such as tackle- center Jon Kolb. Could be more changes in this unit, loo. Hating--B-- BEFENSE LINE -- Led by" Mean- Joe Greene, it's formidable front four. Greene's good at tackle, but Tio better than Chuck Hinton at his left shoulder. The ends, Lloyd Voss and Ben McGec, have to step lively because young L. C. Greenwood's clamoring for more employment. There's lots of heft and savvy in this group, with capable spares. Hating--A--. LINEBACKING - Team leader is rightside linebacker Andy Russell, who should start making all-pro one of these days. Chuck Allen, picked up from Chargers, filled in nobly as middle man and should have one more good year in him. On left side, watch name of Jack Ham, Penn State rookie Perm State. He'll shove Henry Davis to bench. Rating-B. SECONDARY - Adequate enough but short of speed. Except for safety Chuck Beatty, they were all corralled from other clubs in assorted trades and free agent signings, but they've worked together acceptably. Lee Calland, John Rowser man the corners; Ocie Austin, with big potential, is free safely. Rating--B--. KICKING - Couldn't ask for more than Bobby Waiden as punter, but could certainly ask for more in place kicking department. Achilles heel of club last year. Will try soccer-styler Allan Watson. Itating--C plus. Prediction Brilliant year by Bradshaw could change everything. Meanwhile, peg them third in Central Division. RON LAUTERBACH . . . sharp passing Coogs Turn The longer the Cooper Cougars went, the madder Merrill Green got Wednesday. And when it was all over, a few minutes past the scheduled time, the Coogs were as red in the face as Green was hot under the collar. "We looked t e r r i b l e , " Green groaned afterwards. "We're not in shape. We got tired and forgot what we were supposed to do and didn't look good at all." Wednesday's w o r k o u t , then, was something of a Red ACC PACE QUICKENS Cots Looking Like Gridders By VERLE ENGLERTH Reporter-News Sports Writer Action began picking up at the \bilene Christian College Wild at football camp Wednesday ·itti returning upper classmen le majority of them scheduled was having a good day at wing- o see starting duty this fall, back. ooking more and more like col- egiate gridders once again. Coach Wally Bullington Jan Brown and Alan Wilson looked sharper at left corner- put back and defensive safety, re- The '71 No. 1 defense closed ;e day scrimmaging the top of- insive freshmen and Bullington his defense "did quite Bullington termed "probably the best pass rusher today." Hight end Steve Ricks did good job of containment on play action passes and Nicky Pruitt Martin and Kelvin Keele showed signs of shaping up real good. More work was put in on the punting and Specialty kicking aid well.' Offensively, the Wildcat start- ig unit, led by big, strong quar- erback Ron Lauterbach, went through a light scrum working n their inside running game. "If eel like we'll have to keep ie ball a little more," said Buington of the upcoming season nd- present drills. ACC coaches re really beginning to stress ie importance of knowing as- gnments as opening uay draws earer. O f f e n s i v e running backs orked on blocking drills for the rst time since reporting Monay and the starting backfield as impressive in their actions. Bullington singled out full- acks Wolfgang Halbig and Jim .ee Williams and tailbacks Don an- and David Wallace as urning in fine blocking drills. Quarterbacks w e r e sent irough passing drills, part of ie lime using simulated line- nen, and Bullington noted Lauerbach "is throwing better than ver since he's been in pads." he ACC mentor also said of auterbach, "He's really begin- ing to come around." Senior receiver Ronnie Vinson ras another standout in practice s he continues to look sharper!! oming off last year's broken nkle suffered in the Drake Uni-1| ersity encounter. In addition to Vinson, the wide II eceiver slot appears to have I ood depth with sophomore I jeedster Richard Williams and .obert Cain, shifted from defen-I IVG cornerback last year, look-|| ng good in workouts. The top defensive and often-II iye teams worked on pass rush I nd protection techniques. Bui-1 ngton praised the work of JeftII ackle Mike Unger and right! ackle Dusty Drury who are I ooking particularly good on|| ass blacking. Bullington singled out Sonny II layers and Jackie Yarbrough turning in fine performaces t defensive tackles and also igtit tackle Cliff Morris whom games with Todd Walker and Paul Billingsly handling the pijnting and Sonny Kennedy and David Brennan the field goal attempts. Thursday Bulligton will drill his teams on offensive goalline jlays and defensive goaliine stands for the first time this year. letdown after Tuesday's satisfying drill. Green wouldn't offer any excuses, though. "Of course," he said, "you could say part of it lias to be the set-up with school (classroom work) and ail," School s t a r t e d Monday, same day as workouts, which makes for a long day for the Cojgar gridders. "Nobody's going to give us six points for going to school," Green cracked, "so we've gotta hump up, that's all." "Maybe we've been too relaxed -- not lax, but relaxed," Green t h o u g h t ' "Sometimes you can be too relaxed with a team. Some-. times you can kid a group and really inspire them. Others, they think it's a big joke. We've just got to hump with these, I guess." Towards the end of the workout the Coogs began to get the idea. "I'd say we got their attention," Green said without much humor. And there was some extra-hard running to wrap things up. Thursday's last day of no- contact work was to be something of a test. "We're going to find out if this (Wednesday) was just a bad day, or if they're just not that far along," Green said. It was muggy out there, by far the hottest day so far. Still, in shorts we shouldn't look that bad." The Coogs, as well as Abilene High, strap on the pads Friday for their first contact work of the season. Cooper will work twice Saturday, its only day of true two-a-days, . and Green said they might scrimmage at Rose Park in the afternoon. If you're too old to have diaper rash... , It must be something else. It's jock ilch. Jock ilch is a fungous infection. That's why it keeps coming back even Ihough you've Iried all sorts'of remedies. Including biiby powders and salves. They may be okay for diaper rash. But not jock ilch! Now you can gel relief wilh Crucx®. A spray-on powder specifically made to fifhl jock itch. Crucx spray soothes ilchy, i n f l a m e d skin. Cushions against furlhcr irrilalion. 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