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Star ORTS Powell Hits Homer in Oriole Win HOPE (APK) STAft, Printed Baseball today's Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Offset Thursday, April 18,1968 vv 10, By THE Tokyo 121, Japan, outpointed Koicho Yamamoto, 1201/2, Japan, 10, Las Vegas, Nev, — Denny Moyer, 159y 2 , Portland, Ore, out- pointed Jam e s "Honeybear" so:ked a homer that helped the Bryant, 159V 2 , HendersorvWev,, ^1^ to a 4.! vlctory over t h e Oakland Athletics in the first gam9 played in the new edifice. "I'd like to play here all the time." But McNally, who limited the Athletics to two hits, understandably noticed some advantages for the pitchers. "I don't think there'll beany cheap horn a runs here," the young left-hander said. "You St. Louis Houston Pittsburgh San Fran New York Cincinnati Atlanta By RON RAPOPORT ti ft i* * Associated Press Sports Writer N I9n t Baltimore's Boog Powell says A*cv^TA*f^ ms,~™ tne new C&Mand Coliseum is a ASSOCIATED PRESS hitter's park, but his teammate L°s Angeles Hajlme Taroura, Dave McNally made It some- Chicago thing less than that for the new Philadelphia tenants, "The ball seems to carry well here," said Powell after he L 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 GB IVa 2 2 2 6 3V 2 Celtics Fight Back to Even Up Playoffs By LARRY ELDRIDGE Pet, ,714 .714 ,667 ,500 ,500 ,500 ,429 ,429 .333 ,250 Wednesday's Results New York, 3, San Francisco 0 Atlanta 2, Chicago 0 Cincinnati 4, St. Louis, 3, 12 innings Philadelphia 3, Los Angeles 2 Pittsburgh 13, Houston 4 Today's Games San Francisco at New York Chicago at Atlanta, N St, Louis at Cincinnati, N Only games scheduled Friday's Games Los Angeles at New York Houston at Philadelphia, N Atlanta at Cincinnati, N San Francisco at Pittsburgh, ered leading off th after that the only to Its can ana, Pl ayo« game. You on Phils, Mets, Pirates Win Home Games By DICK COUCH Associated /Press Sports Writer When the : wlnd shifts his way, little Cookie Rojas can blow up a big storm. "I hit homo runs only in hurricanes," said the slender second baseman, who cracked a game- Winning, two-run honw Wednesday night as the Philadelphia Phillies ended a six- game tailspin by edging Don Drysdale and the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2, ^BOCTON ^(A^^TheTn- out -'' " N Rojas' fifth inning shot off nual National Basketball Asso- Drysdale enabled the struggling elation showdown between the Phils to pull out their home ope- rival Philadelphia 76ers and the ner and snap their longest los- Boston Celtics has come down ing streak since 1964, when a ten-game September skid cost them the National League pennant. The New York Mets and Pittsburgh Pirates also captured their home openers in impressive fashion, the Mets trimming San Francisco 3-0 behind rookie left-hander Jerry Koosman and the Pirates smothering Houston 13-4 with a 17-hit barrage. Cincinnati nipped St. Louis 4-3 in 12 innings and Atlanta blanked the Chicago Cubs 2-0 in other National League action. Minnesota slugged Washington 13-1, Boston stymied the Chicago White Sox 2-0, Detroit shaded Cleveland 4-3 in 10 innings, Baltimore spoiled Oakland's home debut 4-1 and the New York Yankees topped California 3-2 In American League games. The Phillies trailed 2-1 when Tony Taylor stroked a two-out single in the fifth and Rojas night, and they made the most slammed a 3-2 pitch into the O f n before a wildly cheering lower center field seats. "I was crowd of 14,780 at Boston Garto punch the ball for'a den, leading virtually all the way behind the sparkling all- round play of Russell and John Havlicek. Russell scored 17 points, coming up I just wanted^ keep ,« a Jr^g^sive game, ^ mm ^ Mrd ^ Vgave me a Wghfas't ball < ^nal^uef with wufcham- mer * the young season high- " Hawaii 7, Tacoma 0 and I punched at it. It got up in berlain, hauling in 31 rebounds, the air and the wind did the Havlicek led the Celtics with 28 points and was all over the court in a brilliant floor game. mem. ",The home court doesn't mesln much to these two teams, Boston Player-Coach Bill Russell said after his Celtics evened the best-of-7 Eastern Division finals 3-3 with a 114-106 victory Wednesday night. "The .team that has a good night wins; it's as simple as that." Philadelphia's Alex Hannum sees it differently. "If the Celtics can come in there and beat us they deserve all the credit in the world, because they're going to be up against a tough basketball team," Hannum said. "We worked all season for the home court advantage," he added. "We've still got It. We're going to have that crowd yelling for us Friday night." The Celtics had it Wednesday trying to punch the ball for a hit," said Rojas, whose first 1968 homer gave him a six-year career total of 17. "With a runner on first and Johnny Callison play. A crowd of 50,164 watched the opener. "We were lucky to get a run," said Athletics' Manager Bob Kennedy. "We only hit the ball hard about four times." The Orioles hit the ball hard at least three times and they all ended up out of the park with Brooks Robinson and Mark Belanger homering along with Powell. In other American League games, Now York beat California 3-2, Minnesota crushed Washington 13-1, Detroit topped Cleveland 4-3 in 10 innings and Boston shut out Chicago 2-0. In the National League, Cincinnati beat St. Louis 4-3 in 12 innings, Pittsburgh bombed Houston 13-4, Atlanta blanked Chicago 2-0, New York shut out San Francisco 3-0 and Philadelphia edged Lon Angeles 3-2. Mickey Mantle scored one run and drove in another and the Yankees survived Rick Reichardt's two-run homer in the ninth to beat the Angels before a home-opening crowd of 20,069. Rookie Stan Bahnsen, had blanked California on five hits until the ninth. W 6 5 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 0 L 0 1 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 Pet, 1,000 ,833 ,600 ,500 .500 ,500 ,333 .333 .333 .000 GB — 1 2V 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5V 2 at st - American League Minnesota Detroit Baltimore Boston Cleveland Oakland California New York Washington Chicago Wednesday's Results New York 3, California 2 Minnesota 13, Washington 1 Detroit 4, Cleveland 3, 10 innings Baltimore 4, Oakland 1 Boston 2, Chicago 0 Today's Games Washington at Minnesota Cleveland at Detroit Chicago at Boston New York at California, N Baltimore at Oakland, N Friday's Games Cleveland at Boston, morning Washington at Oakland, N Baltimore at California, N Detroit at Chicago, N Only games scheduled Minor League Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Phoenix 7, Oklahoma City 3 Portland 1, Spokane 0 Vancouver 1, Seattle 0 Indianapolis 7, San Diego 6, rest. We were lucky the wind shifted later or Jim Lefebvre's shot in the eighth would have gone out." Manager Gene Mauch lifted southpaw Woody Fryman with two Dodgers on in the eighth after center fielder Tony Gonzalez raced to the wall and gloved Lefebvre's 400-foot drive. Reliever Dick Farrell then cams on to preserve Fryman's first victory as a Phillle. Koosman scattered seven hits and struck out 10 on the way to his second successive shutout, lowering the Met pitching staff's earned run average to 0,81 before 52,079 Shea Stadium supporters- the largesst crowd in ,the majors thus far, Koosman stopped the Giants cold after escaping a bases- loaded none-out jam in the first inning by striking out Willie Mays, retiring Jim Hart on a foul pop and fanning Jack Hiatt. Cleon Jones homered for the Mets, A six-run uprising in the third inning keyed the Pirates' romp over Houston before a Forbes Field crowd of 30,779. Ex-reliever Al McBean, given a commanding early lead, went the distance for his second victory without a loss, Maury Wills and Jerry May led the Pittsburgh attack with three hits apiece, Lee May drilled a bases-load- Pro Gridders Announce TV Games NEW YORK (AP) - Los Angeles will play at St, Louis and Green Bay will be at Dallas in two nationally televised games on Monday nights in the National Football League, according to the 1968 schedule released today. Those games will be two of six to be televised nationally by the Columbia Broadcasting System during the regular season. All other games will be shown regionally. The other national telecasts will show Philadelphia at Detroit, Day, and Washington at Dallas, night, on Thanksgiving, Nov. 28; Baltimore at Green Bay, Saturday afternoon, Dec. 7, and Cleveland at St. Louis, Saturday afternoon, Dec. 14. The Los Angeles-St. Louis contest will take place Sept. 16, climaxing the opening weekend, while Green Bay and Dallas will have a rematch of their 1967 title gams Oct. 28. The first gam 3 of the season will be Saturday night, Sept, 14, lighted the Twins' rout over the Senators before 22,926 in the first Minnesota game at home. Cesar Tovar and Jackie Hernandez also homered and Jim Merritt handcuffed Washington on six hits. Willie Horton hit a two-run homer with two out in the 10th inning to give the Tigers the triumph after Cleveland had gone ahead in the top of the extra inning. Jim Price's two-out single In the ninth drove in the run that tied the gamo. Dick Ellsworth's five-hitter sent the White Sox to their fifth straight loss of the season and Carl Yastrzemskl homered in the first Inning. The homer was Yaz' fourth. It was Ellsworth's second straight victory and two-thirds of the entire Red Sox' victory total. Billy Casper Slams Some Fine Drives Tulsa at Denver, snow. Wednesday's Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING - Dave McNally, Orioles, limited Oakland to two hits—one a homer by Rick Mo- daz—and Baltimore spoiled the Athletics' debut In their new home town by winning 4-1. BATTING- Lou Brock, Cardinals, had five hits, including a two-run homer, but Cincinnati beat St. Louis 4-3 in 12 innings. Texas League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eastern Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Shreveport 3 Memphis 2 Arkansas 0 Dal-FW 0 Baseball Team Off to Fast Start By RALPH ROUTON Star Sportswriter Banging oat to a fast start on the first day of their season, the Hope High baseball team raced to a pair of victories Tuesday. On Tuesday afternoon the baseballers smashed Magnolia Columbia 10-0 behind the shutout pitching of Mike Monroe and reliever Dwight Galloway. That night the locals traveled to Texarkana to take on LibertyEyllou, who was among the best in the entire state of Texas. With Galloway going all the way, the underdog Bobcats came from behind to clip Liberty - Eylou 4-2, Also on Tuesday the HHS track- sters won a five-way meet at Southern State College in Magnolia, Taking the spotlight this time were the relay teams, most notably the mile relay, which flashed to a fine 3:35.5 time. This afternoon the thinclads will host their final home meet of the season on the Hope track at 3:30 p.m. Tomorrow the Hope golf team will complete its regular season at Hope Country Club, hosting Camden. The golfers' record is a sub-par 3-6, but everything will be thrown out and a Clean slate put in for the district championships next Saturday in Magnolia. Motional Owners Talk Expansion By JERRY LISKA Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP) - National League baseball club owners will meet Friday apparently intent on selecting two new franchises and deciding whether to play catch-up with the American League on the start of a 12- club circuit. The American League last fall approved expansion to 12 clubs in 1969, reviving a Kansas City franchise to compensate for the A's switch to Oakland this season and adding Seattle as a second new member. Warren Giles, National ,, League president, earlier this week said the meeting was aimed only at setting down ground rules to five cities seeking the two new franchises for operation not later than 1970. But one NL club executive said "there could be some definite action because time is getting short." The franchise applicants include Dallas-Fort Worth, San Diego, Milwaukee, Montreal and Buffalo. INDICATIVE OF THE PRESSURES in the Masters is this study of body English being applied by Don January us he coaxes the ball info the eiip for a birdie four. January finished the'grind four strokes under par, which netted him eighth plaee and a purse of $2,650. Kansas Relays Basnke A b1 ?" „ * Pro Basketball Playoffs Meef Records in Jeopardy By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Twelve meet records will be in jeopardy at the 43rd Kansas Relays starting today from an outstanding field typical of an Olympic year. It includes six world record holders plus Billy Mills, 1964 Olympic 10,000 meter champion. The 12 in danger are for the meet's 27 established events. This doesn't include open events set up for Randy Matson, world's best in the shot put at 71-5V 2 ; 28-year-old Ralph Boston, still co-holder of the world long jump mark at 27-4%; and world record sprinters Jim Hines and Charlie Greene in a special 100-meter dash. Jim Ryun of Kansas, the world's best middle distance runner, has a good chance at meet mark of 3:46.9 in the Glenn Cunningham 1,500 meters—equivalent to a 4:03 mile — even though he'll be running within limits to avoid re-injury to his leg. Mills will be running the 5,000 mpters this timo, where he might get the meet mark of 14:19.2. Hurdler George Byers Kansas is the other world record holder, in the indoor lows. The only major event today will be the Julius Marks 10,000 meter run, where the meet mark of 29:49 could fall to Pat McMahon of Oklahoma Baptist or Lt. Jim Murphy of the Air Force. McMahon ran a 28:53.4 six-mile at the Texas Relays, just one stride behind Mills. That is roughly equivalent to a AUhough Giles said he expect- 29=50 in the 10,000. ed no major club owners, action by the NL urgency could be Eight set for more final events are Friday, and three new prompted by"the fact the Ameri- ma .f ks . a f can League has a special meet- . <* Saturday's 23-event card, 0 1.000 0 1.000 '/a single in the 12th, breaking a when Atlanta travels to Minne 3.3 tie at Cincinnati and nulli* sota. fying five hits—including a two- run homer—by the Cardinals' Lou Brock, May delivered the winning hit off reliever Ron Willis, who had filled the bases with a pair of Intentional walks after Pete Rose led off with a CBS also will provide seven Sundays of doubjeheaders start, ing Nov. 3. double and ground out. took third on SOLUNAR TABLES By RJCHARD ALDEN KNIGHT The schedule of Sqlunar Periods , a$ printed below , has been taken from Richard AWen Knight's sou'XAR TABLES Plan your days so that you will be fishing in good tei ritor; or hunting in good cover during these times, if you wish to find the best sport that each day has to offer. The Major Periods are shown in boldface type. These begin at (he times shown and Ustforan houi ami j tell or two hour& thereafter. The Minor PerioJs, sho'vn in regular type, are of sonwhit shorter duration. L'se Central Standard time. Apr. Pay Thursday Friday Saturday Minor MAJOR Minor MAJOR 12:40 1:35 2U5 2:50 3:40 4:35 5:35 6:30 9:25 10:35 U:45 12; 50 4:05 5:00 C:00 6:55 LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Billy Casper slammed a succession of tremendous drives off the practice tee. Fellow golfer Chi Chi Rodriguez asked amiably. "Why don't you take the week off?" Rodriguez was referring, not so indirectly, to the fact that two other great golfers, Jack Nlcklaus and Arnold Palmer, are sitting out the Tournament of Champions, which got under way today. Casper, although never a winner In the 15 previous tourna. ments of champions, Is favored to haul In the $30,000 from the a $150,000 purse over 24 rivals. Gusty winds plagued the tournament site, the 6,625-yard, par 36.35- 71 Stardust Country Club, the past two days, However, the weatherman promosed winds of only eight to 10 miles an hour for the opening round, Former Baseball Figure Dies SAN ANTONOI, Tex. (AP) Lou Barbour Sr., former professional baseball player and once traveling secretary for the Chicago White Sox, died Wednesday at the age of &4. Supervisor Named by NFL NEW YORK (AP) - Art McNally, a National Football League referee since 1959, was appointed the NFL's supervisor of officials Wednesday. .000 2y 2 .000 3 Western Division Albuquerque 3 0 1.000 — San Antonio 2 1 .667 1 Amarillo 1 2 .333 2 El Paso 0 3 .000 3 Wednesday's Results Shreveport 1-2, Dallas - Fort Worth 0-1 Memphis 3, Arkansas 1 Amarillo 5-2, San Antonio 0-5 Albuquerque 5-11, El Paso 3-4 Today's Games Albuquerque at El Paso Dallas-Fort Worth at Shreveport Memphis at Arkansas San Antonio at Amarillo Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League BATTING (15 at bats) - Allison, Minn., .565; Freehan, Det., .500. RUNS - Sims, tied wlthh7. Runs Batten In — Klllebrew, Minn., 8; Hansen, Wash., 7. Hits - Allison, Minn., 13; Unser, Wash., 10. Doubles — W. Horton, Det., 4; Allison, Minn., 4. Triples - Knoop, Calif., 2; Davalillo, Cleve., 2. Homo Runs— Yastrzemskl, Bost., 4; 3 tied with 3. Stolen Bases — Cardenal, Cleve., 4; OUva, Minn., 4. Pitching (2 decision) - Ellsworth, Bost., 2-0, 1.000;Slebert, Clevel., 2-0,1.000; Warden, Det., 2-0, 1.000; D. Chance, Minn., 2-0, 1.000; Merritt, Minn., 2-0.1.000. Strikeouts — McDowell, Cleve., 17; Pascual, Wash., 16, National League Batting (15 at bats) - L. May, Cln., .520; Flood, St L., .485. Runs - Flood, St. L, 9; 3 tied with 6. Runs Batten fa - B. William,-;, Chic., 9; Perez, Cin., 9; Cepeda, St. L, 9. Hits-Flood. St. L.. 16; L. May, Cin., 13; Cepeda, St. L., Thursday. Approval may be given then to a proposed controversial divisional split of the 12- club line-up In 1969 with a championship playoff. This would confront the National League with an overshadowing of Its own pennant race by the AL playoffs and mess up of scheduling, particularly the World Series buildup, under the present 10-clubNL line-up. The National League previously voted to expand not later than 1970, but this could be reconsidered by the powerful three-man expansion committee which will report to the club owners Friday. This trio Includes Walter O'Malley of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Roy Hofhelnz of the Houston Astros and John Galbreath of the Pittsburgh Pirates, A unanimous vote is needed by the NL to field 12 teams next Cleve., 8; 3 year. Hawaiian Wins Diving Title PITTSBURGH (AP - Keala O'Sullivan of Hawaii won the woman's one-miiter diving championship Wednesday with 415.89 points at the opening of the National AAU Spring meet. Catcher Is Sold by Cubs ATLANTA, (AP) - The Chicago Cubs sold veteran catcher John Stepehnson to Phoenix of of the Pacific Coast League Wednesday. Mills. Canadiens, Black Hawks Playoff in By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Wednesday's Results Eastern Division Boston 114, Philadelphia 106, best-of-7 series tied 3-3 Today's Games No games scheduled Friday's Gamos Eastern Division Boston at Philadelphia ABA Wednesday's Results No games scheduled Today's Games New Orleans at Pittsburgh, 1st game of best-of-7 series Friday's Games No games scheduled School Won't Reinstate 9 Negoes EL PASO, Tex. (AP) - A refusal by the University of Texas-El Paso to reinstate nine track and field Negro athletes who boycotted a meet last weekend touched off a demonstration Wednesday night at a four-team meet. "Reinstatement, reinstatement," chanted a group of about 25 demonstrators as Texas-El Paso hosted Wisconsin, New Mexico State and Western New Mexico. By the timo the meet was over, more than 50 policemen including 30 uniformed officers armed with night sticks stood guard at Kidd Field. The meet was stopped twice when 11 Negro women, interlocking their arms, blocked the track for the 440 relay and the 120-yard hurdles races. The 440 relay was scratched. The hurdles event was run a second time. Police said no arrests were made. The 30 uniformed officers were stationed on each side of the field, with other authorities situated in the stands, after the two races were stopped. Seven Negro athletes Including long jump star Bob Beamon issued a statement last Thursday, saying they would boycott UTEFs meet against Brlgham Young University and Utah State In Provo, Utah, last Saturn's been exactly one week be- a ballef at BYU that Negroes tween games for the Montreal are lft£erlor and are .. disc&iples Canadiens who swing back Into O f the ^^ » National Hockey League playoff action tonight when they face Hockey the Chicago Black Hawks in the NHL Playoffs- opener of their East Division final series. The Canadiens eliminated Boston in four straight games and waited around while Chicago battled six games before eliminating New York. In tonight's other games, both West Division semifinals reach a climax with seventh game meetings matching Minnesota at Los Angeles and St, Louis at Philadelphia. The layoff and its effect on the Canadiens was the main topic of interest Wednesday, Einlle Francis, whose New York Rangers were eliminated by Chicago, said lie thought the layoff wouldn't hurt Montreal, Billy Reay, whose Black Hawks won four straight after dropping the first two games to the Rangers, said ha expected his club to suffer a letdown after the gruelling series against New York. In the two West series, Los Angeles and Philadelphia were hoping the home ice advantage 13. would help them eliminate Doubles — Staub, Houst., 4; Minnesota and St. Louis. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wednesday's Results No gamns scheduled Today's Games East Division 3 Finals Chicago at Montreal, 1st gam 3 of best-of-seven series West Division Semifinals St. Louis at Philadelphia, best Memphis Has Big Inning, Travs Lose MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP)-The Memphis Blues again used the big inning to take a second Texas League victory of the new season, 3-1 over the Arkansas Travelers. A crowd of 4,106 cheered as the home club broke open a tight game in the fifth inning with all its runs. Winning pitcher Billy Hepler led off with a single and was moved along by Rod Caspar's single. Sherwin Minster then walked, as did Roy Foster, who forced home Hepler. Caspar was cut down at the plate on Joe Moock's fielder's choice. Tehn camo the big blow by Curtis Brown, who singled to score Minster and Foster. Hepler gave up only four hits and fanned six. The clubs move to Little Rock to resume the series Thursday night. Jerry Kinsley probably will start for Memphis and Brian Sinnott will go for Arkansas. In other leaeue action, Shreveport pushed across a run in the top of the seventh inning to trip Dallas-Fort Worth 2-1 and to sweep the doubleheader. ; Shreveport won the opener 1-0 on an unearned run. Albuquerque smashed out three homo runs in the opener and lashed 13 hits in the nightcap in sweeping a doubleheader from El Paso 5-3 and 114. San Antonio's Missions weathered a last inning storm to outlast Amarillo, 5-2, and slavaged a split with the Giants after losing the opener 5-0 to the four-hit pitching of Bob Reynolds. Arkansas 000 000 100- 140 Memphis 000 030 OOx—380 DiFabio, Martin (5), Hilgendorf (7) and Stone) Hepler and Flodin. W - Hepler (1-0). L DiFabio (0-1). HRs - Lee (1). Angels First Baseman Bock in Hospital ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP)-First baseman Don Mincher of the California Angels, injured a week ago, lias re-entered the hospital. Mincher entered St. Joseph's Hospital Wednesday after complaining of dizilness. The big slugger was struck on the right cheek by a Sarn McDowell pitch in the second game of the season at Cleveland. of -seven series tied 3-3 Minnesota at Los Angeles, best-of-7 series tied 3-3 Friday's Games- No games scheduled FORESTS, I DE QUCEN, ARKANSAS Parker, L.A., 4. Home Runs Hart, S.F., 3. Stolen Bases Morgan, Houst. Pitching — (2 decisions) — Niekro, All., 2-0, 1.000; Koosman, N.Y., 2-0, 1.000; McBean, LA, which lias won -three Perez, Cln., 3; straight at home and lost three straight in Minnesota during the Wills, Pitt., 4; s eries, will have veteran Terry Sawchuk back in goal for the final game against the North Stars. Sawchuk missed the fifth and Pitt., 2-0, 1.000; Brlles, St.L., sixth games of the series wltli 2-0, 1.000. c the flu. PERMANENT JOB OPENINGS Plant expansion lia.s created an Immediate need for additional production workers with Works Forests Inc. at the Briar ^psum plant located 13 miles north of Nashville. If you are in gooU health and willing to work a rotating shift, apply in iJt-rson at tin.- lirlar office or call 2862231 for additional information. An Kqual Opportunity Employer

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