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A-10 DAILY TIMES-ADVOCATE. ESCONDIDO. CA . MON . AUG 27. 1 973 Major Leagues national league East Sundays Results Lot Angeles 7. Philadelphit 3 Sen Frenasce S New York 4 Sen Diego 4 Montreal 2 Cincinnati 4. St Louis 1 Atlanta 8 Pittsburgh 6 Chicago 4. Houston 2 Today's Games Sen Francisco (Barr 10-131 at Philadelphia (lonborg 11-10) Los Angeles (Messers nruth 11 8) at Montreal (Rogers 4-3) San Diego (Arlm 9-11) at New York (Stone 7-3) St Louis (Nagy 0-1) at Houston (Griffin 0 5) Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Los Angeles at Montreal San Diego at New York San Francisco at Philadelphia Chicago at Atlanta Pittsburgh at Cincinnati St Louis at Houston AMERICAN LEAGUE East Sunday's Results Texas 9-5 Cleveland 0-3 Chicago 4-3 Detroit 1-1 Milwaukee 3 Minnesota 2 Oakland 1. New York 0 Baltimore 10 Kansas City 1 California 1. Boston 0 Today's Games Texas (Clyde 4-5) at Baltimore (Cuellar 12-12) Minnesota (Fife 0-1) at Detroit (Strahler 4-4) Milwaukee (Champion 4 5) at Chicago (Wood 20-18) Boston (Pole 3-1) at Oakland (Odom 4-9) Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Boston at Oakland New York at California Milwaukee at Chicago Minnesota at Detroit Kansas City at Cleveland Texas at Baltimore Hlajor League Linescores NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh 000 100 3026 9 1 Atlanta 200 402 OOx-8 9 1 Ellis Walker (5). Mortan (7) and Sanguillen Harrison Nerbauer IB) House (9) Devine (9) and Diet! W Harrison (8-4) L Ellis II I-13) HRs Pittsburgh Oliver II 7) Atlanta Johnson (36) St Louis 000 100 0001 6 2 Cincinnati 000 002 20x 4 10 2 Cleveland Andrews (7) and Simmons Norman. Borbon IB) and Bench W Norman (11-12) L Cleveland (13-7) HRs St Louis. Simmons (111 Cincinnati Morgan (201 San Francisco 001 202 0005 9 1 New York 000 002 002-4 9 1 Bryant Sosa 19) and Radar. Sadecki Capra (7). McAndrew (81 and Grote W Bryant (20 B) L Sadecki (3 3) HRs San Francisco Rader (81. Kingman (121 Chicago 020 000 002-4 7 3 Houston 001 010 000-2 10 0 Jenkins Bonham (91 and Hundley Wilson end Jutre W Jenkins (12 121 L Wilson (9-151 AMERICAN LEAGUE Ent Game Texes 041 102 100-9 14 1 Cleveland 000 000 000-0 3 0 Memtl end Sudekis Perry Bosman (61 Johnson 181 and EHts W Memtt IS 91 L Perry (14 171 HRs Texas Burroughs 2 (23) Sudalus (13) Hams 161 Second Game Texes 001 211 000-S 10 2 Cleveland 200 000 100-3 10 2 Paul Swbert (71 and Billings Wilcox Lamb 141. Hilgendorf IB) and 0 uncan W Paul IS-41 I Wilcox (6 71 HRs Texas Johnson (81. Hams (71 fust Game Detroit 000 000 010-1 3 1 CNcego 200 100 01x-4 8 0 Coleman and Freehan Kaat and Herrmann W Kaat 112 121 L - Coleman (IB 131 HRs Detroit Howard (101 Chicago May 2 (1SI Second Game Detroit 001 000 000-1 4 2 Chicago 201 000 OOx-3 6 0 Fryman Miner (71 and Freehan Forster Acosta (71 and Varney 8 ink man IBI W Forster (S 81 I Fryman IS 91 HR Chicago Mahon 1161 Milwaukee 020 001 000- 3 9 0 Mmnesota 000 000 002 -2 7 1 Slaton Shod (91 vs0uel (91 and Porter Byeven Hands 18) and Roof W Slaton IB 10 l-SyevendS 141 HR - Milwaukee Geroa (10 New York 000 000 000-0 4 1 Oakland OOOOOOOlx-1 2 0 Stottlemyre and Munson Hohrman and Fosse W Holumen 119 111 I -Stottlemyre (12 131 Tensas Crty 010 000 000- 1 4 2 Bdlrmorg 140 00 40x-10 13 0 SoknorR Gatm 171 and Tsvtor Renner Wn (91 ant tKbubanwi W - Pximut (IB 61 I SpknorR (19 91 MRi BtHrmor Bim (71 Itchtbttruo (21 Padre Box T 1 17 A U US Philadelphia Eagle running back Norm Bulaich took a few minutes to recover after being hit by San Diego Charger Taiwan protests mounting WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) Tainan City, Taiwan, left the Little League World Series with three consecutive no-hitters, six batting marks and the island's third consecutive world title. There is no end to the explanations. .The reason they won is that they are very good players, said team manager Chiu Sung-nan through an interpreter. Some of them are geniuses at playing baseball. Theyre a better ball club, just completely out of our class, said Ralph Lanik, manager of the Tucson, Ariz., team that lost 12-0 in Saturday's finale, getting just two men on base. "There's no way theyre that good following the rules. Another manager accused the Taiwanese of forging birth certificates to fit its players into the 10-to-12-year-old age bracket. Several volunteer administrators claimed Taiwan violated Little League regulations on the size of league districts and the amount of practice time. I thought last year's team was perfect, said one U.S. official. This year's is much better. It's not fair for our boys to compete with them. They don't have a chance. The complaints began as soon as Huang Chtng-hui threw a perfect game against Bitburg. Germany, A.F.B. in the opener of the eight-team, week-long series. The score was 18-0. After Kue Wen-li pitched another no-hitter against Tampa, Fla., with Taiwan smashing four batting records for a 27-0 victory, the complaints continued. Die team was booed as it took the field against Tucson. Tucson southpaw Mike Fim-bers took the edge off some of the criticism by holding Taiwan scoreless for three Innings with a sharp drop-curve. But he was lifted after yielding three runs in the fourth, tired by asthma problems. The tide of allegations mounted with the score. All were denied by Taiwanese officials. Little League President Peter J. McGovern says his American volunteers don't understand the Importance Taiwan attaches to baseball. The performance of its teams is the pride of the nation, he said. Taiwan's 23 league districts are substantially larger than those of the United Stales, McGovern acknowledged, giving its tournament teams larger pools of talent to choose from. A hazardous profession Charger win has a catch Cont. From Page A-8 the low-keyed Clark. I had three lousy games and I think the criticism has been deserved. Nobody has been more disappointed than me at the way Ive played. Perhaps it was the chance to start that made the difference in Clark's performance. Without trying to sound bitter or anything, 1 felt like this start was long overdue. I felt comfortable when I went out there because I knew it was up to me to set the tempo of the game. Unitas, hampered by a painful back and arthritic knee, told Svare he was able to play, but that there was pain in his back. Svare decided against taking the chance. Schnelker and Svare called all the plays for their two young quarterbacks and some were surprising, to say the least. 'Our offense has been criticized," said Svare, but we're not stupidly conservative. We re not as wild as a lot of teams, but weve got all the plays. You just have to have the people to make them work. Fouts, the No. 3 draft pick from Oregon, showed the poise of a veteran under fire, although pssacscssBBaeaDBDi Do you have a Phyllis DDIsr looking car? Does your car have an Inferiority Complex? Why not give it a "Liz Taylor" or "Rock Hudson" restoration 8 8 D 0 0 D 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 at the ,w j PAINT and BODY SHOP of A & B Track A Fleet Service, Inc. Complata Paint Job 7500 Offer Good Thru Aug. 31st 1973 (Sony folks, it's only for I'd can Pinto md tmitlr) Rbcbtvi 8 additiBRBl 15 diatom! wkaa yea promt this ad. Excludes metal work, parts and rechroming 1322 W. Mission 747-1170 (Behind Q & R Tire) tackle Dave Costa in the fourth quarter of Saturday nights game. Bulaich left the game, but his injuries were not serious. he saw no playing time in the first three games while recovering from a fractured collarbone. . He completed six of 16 passes for 129 yards, had four passes dropped and one TD pass nullified by a penalty. Im just glad to have the opportunity to play, said the slender Fouts. Some people have said Im too skinny (6-3,196 ), but 1 dont think so. "Just being here with this team and getting a chance to work with John Unitas is a real opportunity for me." Cid Edwards again missed the game with a nagging foot injury, but Svare was not worried about his reckless fullback. He'll be ready, said Svare. He's not too concerned about the injury so I'm not either." The Chargers will try to up their record to 2-3 Friday night when they visit the winless Los Angeles Rams. The next three games should provide a lot of answers for the Chargers. After Los Angeles, they'll host Minnesota in the final preseason tuneup and then open the regular season in Washington. And that's a lot different than playing Philadelphia. Rams hold r LOS ANGELES (AP) - Still winless in four preseason games, Los Angeles Ram football players can still hold their heads up and thats a rugged task after a long, tiring crosscountry flight that ended early Sunday morning. The Rams lost a 17-14 thriller the night before to the Miami Dolphins, the National Football Leagues unbeaten team in its last 23 games. Los Angeles had a couple of chances to win, a couple of chances to tie and still came out on the short end of their third game. A fourth game League Leaders By Associated Press Based on 325 at Bats NATIONAL LEAGUE Home Runs DaJohnson Atlanta 36. Stargell. Pittsburgh 35 Evans Atlanta 34. Bonds San Francisco 33. H Aaron, Atlanta 32 Runs Batted In Bench Cincinnati 92 Stargell Pittsburgh 91. Evans Atlanta 89 DaJohnson. Atlanta 88 Singleton Montreal 87 Pitching (11 Decisions I Bryant. San Francisco. 20 8 714. Osteen Los Angeles 15 6 714 Brett Philadelphia 12 5 706 P Niekro Atlanta 13 6 684 Seaver New York 1 5 7 682 Bilhngham Cincinnati 6 8 667. Sutton. Los Angeles 16 8 667 Twitched Philadelphia 12 6 667 AMERICAN LEAGUE Player, Club G AB R H Pet Carew Mm 121 472 77 164 347 W Horton Det 89 327 37 105 321 Murcer. NY 131 508 68 159 313 D May. Mil 124 504 77 157 312 Munson NY 122 422 68 129 306 R Jackson Oak 129 470 94 143 304 T Davis Bal 109 438 44 133 304 Otis KC 126 497 82 150 302 MAlou NY 119 482 59 145 301 Scott Mil 123 470 78 141 300 Home Runs R Jackson. Oakland 31. Fisk. Boston. 24 F Robinson California 24 Mayberry Kansas City 24 Otis Kansas City 24 Runs Batted In R Jackson Oakland 105 Mayberry. Kansas City 93 Murcer NY 82 Otis Kansas City. 81 Scott Milwaukee 79 Pitching (11 Decisions Hunter Oakland 16 3 842 McDaniel New York 11-3 786 Palmer Baltimore 18-6 750 Blue Oakland 15 7 682. Colborn Milwaukee 17 8 680 Hiller Detroit 8 4 667 Lee Boston 14 8 636 Why buy unknown brands when you can get Goodyear Power Belt Polyglas tires at these prices Two fiberglass belts . . . plus two plies of polyester cord . . . today's moat preferred tire body cord Multi-Directional "bar-bell" tread design. Halo Chech - II we tell out of your tito wo will Ixtuo 3 WAYS TO CHARGE ' ft! m Wax . mwir Mens . 9.aMnNere you rein check, assuring future delivery el the free r.iourjTitrcmm tires SI 0 North Broadway, Escondido 12619 Poway Roil Escondido ended in a tie. Still, Coach Chuck Knox was happy his team didn't fold the tents at halftime, and he gave them Sunday off. He didn't even call his usual Sunday team meeting. One reason, perhaps, was that the Rams left Miami immediately after the Saturday night game and the team plane didn't land in Los Angeles until 4 a.m. Sunday. James Harris, the substitute quarterback, was impressive in taking over for John Hadl, leading the Rams back from a 17-0 intermission deficit, and IFOR THE NORMAL SAND SHOT, THE CLUBHEAD SHOULD ENTER THE SAND ABOUT TWO INCHES BEHIND THE BALL. THE CLUBHEAD THEN SWEEPS UNDER THE BALL AND COMES OUT ON THE OTHER SIDE OF ITS ORIGINAL POSITION. THE FORCE OF THE CLUBHEAD MOVING THROUGH THE SAND POPS THE BALL UP AND OUT OF THE TRAP AND ONTO THE GREEN. EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT GOLF is included in the new book, 295 Golf Lessons By Billy Casper. Putting, chipping, driving-every aspect of the game is discussed by Billy Casper, a great teacher and one of the best players of all times. For your copy, send S2.95 to Billy Casper, co this newspaper. a WITH THIS COUPON Save This Week Only! GOODYEAR FRONT END Alignment Special ! 'iTORP COMPANY heads Knox praised the lad by saying: "I'm very happy with Harris. James did a great job and he made great strides in the game. Ive always had a lot of faith is his ability and I'd have no reservations about using him at any time. But this still doesn't change anything. John Hadl is still our No. 1 quarterback." Knox said the Rams have a lot of pride for a team that hasn't won any games. But weve done what we said we were going to do play a lot of people. We have followed our SIZES 700-13, E78-14, F78-14, F78-15 plus S2 06 to S2 54 F.E.T. per lir. dpndmg on sue. No trad needed. SIZES G7S-14, G78-15, . H78-14, H78-15 plus S2 ST to S2 SO F.E.T. per tire, depending on Me. No trade needed. J 745-8484 748-6330 I substitution schedule pretty much and given everybody what we promised an opportunity to play." The Rams currently have a roster of 63 players and must cut down to 52 today. A team spokesman said 11 players would be waived by the deadline but not all names would be released immediately. Los Angeles came out of the Dolphin game with no injuries. The Rams take on the San Diego Chargers here next Friday evening. Valle Vista buried by Lifetime OCEANSIDE - It was an all-Escondido final Friday night in the Southern California Municipal Athletic Federation San Diego area slo-pitch tournament at Oceansides Landis Park. And Lifetime Fence blasted Valle Vista, 20-5, for the area title and the right to represent San Diego in the federation championship, which begins tonight at El Nido Park in Torrance. Rick Calloway was the hitting star for Lifetime Fence as he collected five singles in as many trips to the plate. Gil Rayon slugged a home run, a single and a double; Sandy Norman had four singles; and Mike Langdon rapped out three safeties for the winners. , Daryl Witt paced Valle Vista with two singles in two at-bats 4 and Bob Warren went two-for- three. Ike American Red Crocs. SIZES J78-15, 178-15 plus t) 01 to 1.11 F.E.T. por tiro, depending on ado. No trade needed. i

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