So. Illinois Stays Alive, 5-3 OMAHA, Neb. (AP)—Pitching usually is the big factor in a short series, and Texas and Southern Illinois proved that baseball adage Tuesday night. Texas used a route-going performance by Rick Burley to topple Oklahoma 10-4, while Southern Illinois stayed alive in the 28th College World Series with a 5-3 victory over northern Colorado featuring a stellar relief performance by freshman Dewey Robinson. The double-elimination tournament's only unbeatens— Miami, 50-9, and four-time defending champion Southern California, 47-19—are in action Wednesday night. Thursday night's pairings find Southern Illinois against Miami and Texas and Southern California in a rematch. Southern Cal won in the first round 9-2. "I said when we came here our depth would be the key in the series," reminded Southern Illinois Coach Richard "Itchy" Jones. "And tonight was a good example." Jones called on Robinson, a righthander who had worked only seven innings during the regular season, and he responded with eight and two third innings of three-hit relief. "Robinson and our running won the ball game for us." said Jones, whose team pushed its record to 49-11. "We stole six bases tonight—and four figured in the scoring." Southern Illinois broke a 2-2 tie with a two-run fifth in which it didn't hit the ball out of the infield, but stole four bases, including a delayed double steal that netted a run. "We never run on our own, although some our kids don't know that," Jones said with a smile. "Our speed also was a factor in the triple that knocked in our final run." Northern Colorado, 32-13, took a 1-0 lead in the first on a single and three walks that chased Salukis' starter Rod Klass. Robinson allowed single runs in the third and fifth innings, but with the help of a double play retired 16 in a row after the final Northern Colorado hit in the fifth inning. "I was just trying to keep the ball down," said Robinson. "I wanted to finish so badly because of the way I tired in the playoff game against Minnesota (which Robinson won to send the Salukis to the series)." Texas spotted Oklahoma a 3-0 second inning run, but bounced back with 12 hits for an easy victory. Doug Duncan and Bobby Clark each knocked in three runs, and Burley allowed just three hits after the second. In running his record to 13-0, Burley struck out 13, and Texas kept alive its bid for its first title since 1950. The Longhorns are making a record 17th appearance in the tournament. "Burley pitched very effective except for the one inning," said Texas Coach Cliff Gustafson. "I was close to taking him out several times, but he settled down and from there on it was just a question of whether he felt strong enough." It marked the third straight time Big Eight Conference champion Oklahoma finished fifth in the tournament—and was eliminated by Texas. "Maybe someday we can play here without eliminating one another," said Gustafson, whose close hunting buddy is _Sponer Coach Enos Semore. "We had a good year," said Semore, whose team came to the tournament third-rated nationally behind Texas and Miami. "No, we don't have any particular thing about losing to Texas. We just hate to lose and finish fifth. I don't care who knocks us out." Oklahoma finished 43-8 and joined Northern Colorado, 'Harvard and Seton Hall as eliminated teams from the original eight-team field that started play last Friday. Second Shutout in a Row for Royals' Fitzmorris,!-0 By The Associated Press Al Fitzmorris has a selection of three pitches in his repertoire—fast, faster and fastest. Using only fastballs may be a revolutionary baseball theory, but it's certainly working for the Kansas City Royals' pitcher. Except for one experimental slider Tuesday night, Fitzmorris threw only hard stuff at the Milwaukee Brewers and notched his second straight shutout with a 1-0 decision. "(Kansas City Manager) Jack McKeon told me seven years ago at Omaha that you have to learn to get the guys out," noted Fitzmorris after his eight-hitter. "It took me almost seven years to find out that's true." Fitzmorris, who shut out Baltimore on a three-hitter his last time out, went 17 innings without throwing a breaking ball. Then he tossed a slider at George Scott leading off the ninth Tuesday night. The change of style has helped Fitzmorris's control. He hasn't walked a batter for 23 innings, or since May 22. The Royals had lost three in a row before Tuesday night's victory. In the other American League games, the Detroit Tigers beat the Texas Rangers 8-6; the Cleveland Indians blanked the Chicago White Sox 6-0; the Baltimore Orioles beat the Minnesota Twins 4-2; the California Angels nipped the New York Yankees 5-4 and the Boston Red Sox trimmed the Oakland A's 10-9. Tigers 8, Rangers 6 Mickey Stanley slugged a three-run homer and Gary Sutherland and Willie Horton each drove in two runs to pace Detroit over Texas. Indians 6, White Sox 0 Jim Perry hurled a seven-hitter and Cleveland took advantage of a rash of errors by Chicago to beat the White Sox easily. Perry boosted his record to 5-5. Orioles 4, Twins 2 Jim Palmer, aided by Brooks Robinson's second-inning home run and relief help from Grant Jackson and Bob Reynolds, snapped a personal seven-game losing streak in Baltimore's victory over Minnesota. 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Hie Standings: American Division Woodmen 36 Farner Bocken 34 Skinners 34 Heires Electric 32 Checkers 24 John Whaley 24 Bierl Furniture 23 Standard Oil 16 Greteman's Store 13 National Division Sharp Funeral 46 Rover Boys 43 Carroll County Bank 39 Commercial Savings 35 Goodyear 34 Schlitzers 31 Jolly Boys 26 Budweiser 25 Community Jewelry 25 Fighters Promote Upcoming Meeting NEW YORK (AP) - Joe Frazier and Jerry Quarry took to the streets Tuesday to promote their Monday night fight—the one that each thinks will bring him a step closer to the world heavyweight championship. "When I win this fight, I'll be in line for the championship," said Frazier, who lost the title to George Foreman in January of 1973. "This time I think I'll beat Foreman." "I am deadly serious now," said Quarry. "I'm giving boxing the one shot I should have given it earlier. I'm giving it everything I've got now, and if I don't win the title I'll know it's just because I don't have the ability, no other reason." Frazier and Quarry, scheduled to go 12 rounds Monday night at Madison Square Garden, went three rounds apiece with sparring partners Tuesday afternoon before about 900 onlookers in Duffy Square in the heart of Manhattan's Times Square area. The sky was clear and the temperature was in the low 80s. The exhibition featured an assortment of Playboy bunnies, free hot dogs, balloons and a steel band. Traffic slowed to a halt as the crowd spilled onto Broadway and the portable ring shook slightly everytime the Broadway local roared by underground. Both said they enjoyed it. Quarry, watching Frazier's workout from the second story window of an automat, was impressed. "It's the same old Joe Frazier," said Quarry. "He wants to come out and fight, as usual." Joe Louis, the legendary Brown Bomber, got the biggest hand of the afternoon when he stepped into the ring to referee a couple of rounds. Garden boxing head Teddy Brenner says Louis, who turned 60 last month, will referre the Monday night bout. Frazier stopped Quarry in the seventh round of their first meeting five years ago, but Quarry says this time will be different because he's hungrier than Frazier is. Frazier insists he hasn't lost his competitive edge. \Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League East Team W L Pet. GB Boston 32 25 .561 — Milwaukee 28 25 .528 2 Cleveland 28 27 .509 3 Detroit 29 31 .483 4V 2 Baltimore 27 29 .482 44 West 32 26 30 28 26 26 27 28 26 33 23 30 Oakland Texas Chicago Kansas City California Minnesota 2 3 3V 2 6V 2 .552 .517 .500 .491 .441 .434 6'/z Tuesday's Games Boston 10, Oakland 9 Detroit 8, Texas 6 California 5, New York 4 Kansas City 1, Milwaukee 0 Baltimore 4, Minnesota 2 Cleveland 6, Chicago 0 Wednesday's Games California (Xanana 4-7) at New York (Dobson 4-8) Oakland (Hamilton 4-1) at Boston (Drago4-1 ),N Texas (Jenkins 7-6) at Detroit (Lolich6-7),N Milwaukee (Colborn 2-3) at Kansas City (Dal Canton 3-3), N Baltimore (Cuellar 7-3) at Minnesota (Albury 2-4), N Cleveland (G. Perry 10-1) at Chicago (Wood 10-6), N Thursday's Games Milwaukee at Kansas City, N Only game scheduled 13.99 EXCHANGE GUARANTEED SUPREME BRAKE SHOES Minimum fade and quick recovery. Guaranteed for as long as you own your car. 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Last week's leader, Fehring's Eagles, slipped to third with a 462, Jean Bromert carded a 42 for low scratch honors in Tuesday's play with Roni Lynch second at 45. Low net went to Dottie Heithoff with a 34 and low team went to Kanne's Kitties with a 150. Team Standings: Monica's Putters 457 Chris'Chippers 461 Fehring's Eagles 462 Kanne's Kitties 468 Sally's Slicers 478 Jerri's Par-Ettes 480 New ISU Coach Al Lavan, former two-sport star at Colorado State University, has been added to Iowa State's football staff by head coach Earle Bruce. Lavan, 28, had coached the past year at the University of Louisville and previously coached at his alma mater.
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