Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 30, 1968 · Page 3
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Star SPORTS Dodgers in Victory Over Cards By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer The Los Angeles Dodgers gave Walter Alston a warm welcome. The Cincinnati Reds turned Qrady Hatton's h6tne» coming into a holocaust. With Manager Alston In uniform for the first time this sea* son, the ftodgers snapped St, Louis' six-game winning string Monday night by edging the National League leaders 3*2 at Los Angeles. • At Houston, meanwhile, Cincinnati went on a 22-hlt ram>age that crushed Hatton's As- ros 17*2 In their first home game In two weeks. E 1 s e w h e f e. Pittsburgh whipped the Chicago Cubs 74 under the lights and Atlanta ibwned' San Francisco 7-2 In an afternoon game. In the American League, Detroit nipped Oakland 2*1, Mlnne- iota slugged Boston 11-2 and California shaded Cleveland 3-2. Don Sutton, making his first start for the Dodgers after >eing recalled from the minors, stalled the Cardinals with relief lelp from Jim Brewer and Ade Alston's homecoming a .ppy occasion. The 56-year-old Hot had missed the Dodgers' first 16 games while recovering 'rom surgery for the removal of idney stones. Sutton scored one run, drove in another and blanked the Cards on three hits until the Iseventh inning, when two sin- Igles and Curt Flood's two-run fdouble closed the gap. Brewer f protected the right-hander's |first victory with 2 1-3 innings of f hitless relief. I Brewer has been touched for fone run in 8 2-3 innings over-all. | Four other Dodger relievers— Jack Billingham, John Purdin, Jim Grant and Hank Aguirre— have yet to be scored upon. vWhUe_ the .Cardinals 1 , feathers.,; vferT'belng" ruffled after~ their six-game streak at St. Louisj the Astros 'returned to Houston to find their usually friendly Astrodome transformed Into a chamber of horrors. Houston played its first six games in the Dome, winning five and completing the home stand with a 1-0, 24-lnning victory over the New York Mets on April 15. Then the Astros went on the road.. .and lost eight of nine. The Reds wasted little time in making It nine of 10 and relegating Houston to the NL cellar. They scored in every Inning but the eighth, building a 4-1 early lead before exploding for six runs in the fourth. Tony Perez led the onslaught with his fourth homer and five runs batted in. Pete Rose [Stroked four hits, scored four [runs and knocked In three. Vada tPInson, Lee May, Leo Cardenas and Johnny Bench had three hits apiece, including Bench's first homer. "It was fantastic," said Houston first baseman Rusty Staub. "They just couldn't do anything wrong." Willie Stargell's two-run single and a two-run homer by Bill Mazeroski carried the Pirates past the Cubs, ending a three- game Pittsburgh losing string. Steve Blass, making his first start, picked up the victory with relief help after Ernie Banks' seventh Inning homer, Bon Reed, Atlanta's 6-foot-6 "rookie, held the Giants to three hits in Ms first 1968 start, The Braves tagged loser Juan Mari- chai for 18 hits, including a homer and three singles by Tito ~Francona» < Would Like fo Recapture the fast ly EP SCHUYLER Jr, Associated Press Sports Writer U)U11SVIM,E, Ky. CAP) V Trainerg Lou Cavalaris and Bill Stevens are looking ahead, while Cuiumet Farm is hoping to recapture the past, I What ail three want is a vie* Hpry in the Kentucky Derby SaU Basketball Pro Basketball Playoffs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS finals NBA No game Monday Today's Game Los Angeles at Boston, best* of*7 series tied 2-2 No game Wednesday ABA No game Monday or today Wednesday's Game Pittsburgh at New Orleans, New Orleans leads best-of*7 series 3-2 Showdown in Pro Cage Playoff BOSTON (AP) - The show- dbwn between the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers for the National Basketball Association championship becomes a best-of-3 affair tonight at Boston Garden. With the best-of-7 series tied 2-2, the Celtics rule a slim favorite to rebound from a 118-105 defeat at Los Angeles and move to within a single victory of regaining the NBA crown they surrendered to Phipadelphia last spring after an eight-year reign. The fourth game loss was a bitter disappointment for the Celtics, who had hoped to sweep the pair of meetings in Los Angeles and then close out the series tonight. After tonight's game, the two Rpseboro Finds Range, Twins Win By MIKE RECHT Associated Press Sports Writer Johnny Roseboro found a perfect way to ruin a day off. With a little extra effort, he hit his way out of it. The 34-year-old catcher broke out of an 0*for-29 slump by cracking five hits in five at bats Monday night, setting off Minnesota's 11*2 rout over the Boston Red Sox. "It was just a matter of time," said Ms manager, Cal Ermer. "Hozever, we planned to give him a rest Tuesday. Now we'll wait and see how he feels." After his first five-hit game In 12 seasons in the major leagues, Roseboro should be feeling just fine. Norm Cash probably won't play today, but he must be feeling okay, too, after scoring the winning run in a home plate collision that brought the Detroit Tigers a 2-1 victory over the Oakland A's. Another happy hitter who became a doubtful starter today is Rick Reichardt, who limped off the field after belting a two-run single that keyed California's 32 triumph over Cleveland In the only other American League game. only National League Pittsburgh tripped the Cubs 7-4, Cincinnati the boom on Houston 17-2 and Los Angeles downed St. Louis 3-2. Roseboro, playing his first season In the American League after his acquisition from the Los Angeles Dodgers last winter, entered the Boston game with only three hits In 49 at bats for a .061 average. By the end of the night, he HOPE (AUK) STAR, Mid £9 Tlm« to Watch Out for Snakes In the contests, Chicago lowered teams will play In Los Angeles had raised his average to .148 Thursday. A seventh game, if with three singles, a double and necessary, will be contested at nls first A L homer off four of Boston Garden Sunday after- the six Red Sox pitchers. He noon. drove In two runs and scored Laker Jerry West twisted his three. left ankle in the final minute Sunday, but said later the injury doesn't bother him and he'll be ready for action tonight. It Happened ^ and-It Cost it t r ,'" the Game By CHARLIE BAROUH Associated Press Sports Writer ST. LOUIS (AP) - Billy McCreary said the Minnesota North Stars were laying back waiting for something to happen, but when It did It cost them the game. The happening was McCreary's goal with 17:27 gone In an overtime period and It gave the St. Louis Blues a 3-2 victory over the North Stars Monday night In their National Hockey League West Division playoff game. It also gave the Blues a 3-2 edge In the best-of-7 series with the sixth game to be played Wednesday In Minnesota. "They were playing a man to man game," McCreary explained, "waiting for a break." But the Blues didn't have to wait for breaks, McCreary added. Blues' Coach Scotty Bowman worked his lines on short shifts to keep them fresh. That helped, McCreary said, It was the other way around for Minnesota, Coach Wren Blair said, "We were really tired in that overtime. St, Louis' 17 shots on goal during the over- "Fve never got off to such a bad start," Roseboro said. "When you're young, you go out of your mind. But when you're older ... I remember what Jim Gilliam told us on the Dodgers. When you're not hitting, stop complaining and go out there and give 110 per cent." " : •; : • Roseboro's hitting and three runs batted in by Ted Uhlaender made Jim Perry's third victory in four decisions easy, given a 9-1 lead In three Innings, he breezed with a six-hitter. Cash's big hit came against Oakland catcher Rene Lache- mann with two out In the ninth inning. He had forced Bill Freenan, who had been hit by a pitch, and then reached second when reliever Jack Aker walked Jim Northrup. When Don Wert, who homered in the eighth, singled to center field, Cash raced for home, but Rick Monday's throw had Mm beaten. However, Lachemann dropped the peg and Cash bar- relled Into him and his knee struck Lachemann's head, flattening the catcher. Lachemann was not seriously hurt, but Cash suffered a severe bruise and probably will sit out today's game. The play made a winner of Mickey Lolich, who yielded only four hits after an eight-day layoff because of National Guard duty. Reichardt bounced his hit up the middle In the seventh inning with the bases loaded and none out, putting the Angels ahead 21. The winning run scored later Reichardt, however, pulled a muscle running the bases and time against three Minnesota . .. . . . . chances testified to that, but ln $*tota* on a force out Blair said the shots didn't mean * "Thft comes with a home ice mt S ht ™t play today. advantage," Blair maintained. "If you look at the statistics, I'll bet you find that the home team usually takes most of the shots, But shots on goal don't matter, All that matters is that the score was 3-2, Terry Crisp had helped St, Louis to its two goals In the first period with sharp assists, He fed Bob Piager for the first goal with less than two minutes gone, Then after Walt Me. Kechnie scored to tie the game, Crisp set up Gary Sabourjn, But the Blues couldn't hold the lead and Bob McCord tied the game with 6:31 gone in the second period. umet, now owned by Mrs. Gene Markey, last appeared in the Churchill Downs winner's circle in 1958 when Tim Tarn carried them there for the seventh time, Forward Pass is trained by Henry Forrest, who saddled 1968 winner Kauai King for Mike Ford. The three colts rate as the early favorites for the 94th rua- ning of the Derby which will be nationally televised and broad- a return togtory on cast by CBS. Post time is about 4:30 P.IB Cavalarts will be looking for bjs jjrsj Perby victory with Per Fuiler's Paucer's Image and evens will be trying tor his first with Cajn Hoy Stable's j Captain's Gig. Calumet, tue owner of thy lUwat D«rby vUwers, Cage Player Gets Credit in Baseball SAN FRANCISCO CAP)-You can partially blame a former San Francisco basketball player for what happened to the Giants Monday, Atlanta Braves' right-hander Ron Reed, who stopped the Gi* ants on three hits In a 7-2 win, might not have been in a baseball uniform were It not for Wayne Hightower, one-time forward with the San Francisco Warriors. "I was playing quite a bit with the Detroit Pistons during the first half of the 1966-67 season," recalled the 6-6 Reed. "But then the Pistons acquired Hightower and I didn't play much." "I became disenchanted with basketball," continued Notre Dame's single-season scoring record holder. "So i quit the Pistons in February and went to spring training. Reed looked Monday as By By THE ASSOCIATED BATTING- John Twins, stroked five straight hits, including a double and his first American League homer, drove In two funs and scored three as Minnesota bombed Bos* ton 11*2, PITCHING- Mickey Ldlich, Tigers, stopped Oakland on four hits in a 2-1 victory over the Athletics. Today's Baseball THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Detroit Minnesota Baltimore Wash'n. Boston New York California Oakland Cleveland Chicago Monday's Results Detroit 2, Oakland 1 Minnesota 11, Boston 2 California 3, Cleveland 2 Only games scheduled Today's Games Minnesota at Boston New York at Baltimore, N California at Cleveland, N Oakland at Detroit, N Washington at Chicago, N Wednesday's Games New York at Baltimore, N Oakland at Cleveland, N California at Boston, N Minnesota at Detroit, N Washington at Chicago, 12 4 10 6 9 6 10 7 8 7 8 8 7 10 7 10 6 10 2 11 ,750 .625 .600 .588 .533 .500 .412 .412 .375 .154 dM. 2 2% 2Vi 3V 2 4 5V 2 5V 2 6 8V a N St. Louis 12 San Fran. 9 Los Angeles 9 Cincinnati 8 Phlla'phla 8 Atlanta 8 Chicago 8 Pittsburgh 7 New York 6 Houston 6 5 7 8 8 8 9 9 8 9 10 NJ National League W. L. Pet. G.B. .706 .563 Z 1 /-. .529 3 .500 3 1 / .500 3 1 / .471 4 .471 4 .467 4 .400 5 .375 &/ : Monday's Results Atlanta 7, San Francisco 2 Pittsburgh 7, Chicago 4 Cincinnati 17, Houston 2 Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 2 Only games scheduled Today's Games Philadelphia at New York Atlanta at San Francisco Chicago at Pittsburgh, N Cincinnati at Houston, N St. Louis at Los Angeles, N Wednesday's Games Philadelphia at New York, Chicago at Pittsburgh, N St. Louis at Houston, N "Cincinnati at San Fran.,.NVf Atlanta at Los Angeles; N | Major League Leaders / By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (30 at bats) - Alvls, Cleve., .368; White, N.Y., .366. Runs—Sims, Cleve., 13; R. Jackson, Oak., 13; Killebrew, Minn., 13. Runs batted In — Killebrew, Minn., 13; Reichardt, Calif., 12; F. Howard, Wash., 12. Hits—Carew, Minn., 22; Unser, Wash., 22. Doubles-3 tied with 6. Triples—Uhlaender, Minn., 3; 5 tied with 2. Home runs—Repoz, Calif., 6; Sims, Cleve., 5; Killebrew, Minn., 5. Stolen bases — Campanerls, Oak., 7; Cardenal, Cleve., 6; White, N.Y., 6. Pitching (2 decisions)-5 tied with 1.000. Strikeouts— McDowell, Cleve., 33; Phoebus, Bait., 29; Me Lain, Det., 29. National League Batting (30 at bats)-Rose, Rose, Cln., .412; Flood, St.L., .394. Runs-Flood, St.L., 16; Rose, Cin., 14. Runs batted in—Perez, Cin., 17; B. Williams, Chic., 16. Hits - Rose, Cln., 28; Flood, St.L., 28. Doubles—Banks, Chic., 7; L. Johnson, Chic., 7. Triples- Kessinger, Chic., 3; 8 tied with 2. Home runs-H. Aaron, Atl.,6: Swoboda, N.Y., 6. Stolen bases—Wills, Pitt., W. Davis, L.A., 4. Pitching (2 decisions)-? tied with 1.000. Strikeouts-Jenkins, Chic., 33; Marlchal, S.F., 32, Minor League Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Richmond 8, Toledo 2 Only game scheduled Pacific Coast League Indianapolis 3, Denver 2 Ckla. City 9, San Diego 4 Tulsa 4, Phoenix 3 Vancouver 1, Hawaii 0 Seattle 3, Tacoma 0 Spokane 3, Portland 2 though he'll never return to the court. He took advantage of his first 1968 start to record his initial complete game In the major leagues. The towering right-hander retired the first 20 Giants, then Willie Mays singled with two out in the seventh. The Giants spoiled the shutout bid with two runs tn the eighth. The Funny Side of the Sporfs World By BEN OLAN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Laugh- Ing At Sports: If Wilt Chamberlain becomes coach of the Philadelphia 76ers, his players are sure to look up to him. Manager Eddie Stanky of the Chicago White Sox barred newspapermen from the trainer's room. Now, It's really become a depressed area. They took another Olympic vote by mail. South Africa was knocked out of the box, Mpst of-4he<non-professlonals Hockey NHL Playoffs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Finals Monday's Results West Division St. Louis 3, Minnesota 2, overtime St. Louis leads best-of-7 series, 3-2 No game today Wednesday's Game West Division St. Louis at Minnesota Rabenhorst of LSU Is Retiring — Hope Star photo Don Weatherford, left and Dale Parker, right, killed this five foot rattler last week south of Patmos. It had nine rattlers and a button. They are members of the Forestry Class of Red River Vocational Technical School. B/oss Is a Reliever's Starter By BILL NEIKIRK BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) „.-«• ,,,,,.•- , Harry Rabenhorst, 70 today, rein; the first open tennis tourna- tired a ft er 43 years as a coach ment in Bournemouth, England 3^ athletic administrator at played like rank amateurs. Jimmy Ellis' defensive tactics really surprised his quarry. Britain's top woman golfer Is giving up competition play because she's In love. It's turned out to be too much of a handicap. A coffee company television sponsor of a big league baseball team Is upset. Three times recently it was unable to make its pitch because of wet grounds. That certainly was a close shave Miller Barber had win winning the Byron Nelson Golf Classic. A Minnesota afternoon baseball game was postponed and rescheduled as a doubleheader under the lights. It'll Increase the Twins' bill. The White Sox are looking for someone to add wood to their batting attack. How come they don't contact Bob Carpenter? The National Hockey League will have to order more ice for May 15. That's when rosters must be frozen for the June draft. Carol Mann in Front in Pro Play CINCINNATI (AP) - Carol Mann's victory in the Raleigh Ladies' Invitational Tournament Sunday has moved her out In front In Ladles Professional . Golf Association money win- 5; nings, LPGA headquarters announced today. Miss Mann's victory was Texas League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eastern Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Shreveport 11 5 .688 — Memphis 8 7 .533 2'/2 Arkansas 7 7 .500 3 DaUFW 6 10 .375 5 Western Division W. L. Pet. G.B. 7 6 .538 7 7 .500 '/ 2 San Antonio Albuquerque Amarillo El Paso 6 6 7 9 .462 .400 1 Monday's Results Arkansas 5, Amarillo 4 Dallas-Fort Worth 9, El Paso 7 Memphis 5, San Antonio 1 Shreveport 11, Albuquerque 9 (11 innings) Today's Games Amarillo at Memphis Dallas-Fort Worth at Albuquerque San Antonio at Arkansas Shreveport at El Paso Louisiana State with a call for a strict code of ethics governing collegiate recruiting. "Many evils can creep into re- cruitino because of the overen- thusiasm of alumni, giving a little bit on the side and a little bit under the table," said Rabenhorst In an Interview. High-pressure recruiting resulted in the college basketball scandals a decade ago, Rabenhorst believes. "When you start compromising with what is true and right, how can you point your finger at someone who gambles? "I see no difference in it," added Rabenhorst. "Coach Rable," as he is affectionately known, played a major role in athletics at LSU for more than four decades, coaching a variety of sports and climaxing his career by serving as athletic director, The lengthy list of athletes who came under Rabenhorst's guidance reads like a page or two from a who's who of the sports world, Friends and former players turned out at a campus banquet Monday night to honor the amiable, graying Rabenhorst. During his years at LSU, he served as head basketball and head baseball coach, assistant football and track coach and assistant athletic director, Rabenhorst coached Alvin Dark and Joe Adcock in baseball and basketball and each sent their congratulations to their old mentor. Dark now manages the Cleveland Indians and Adcock is a former Cleveland manager, Bob Pettit, the 6-foot-9 retired star of the National Basketball Association, served as manager of ceremonies, The two-time All-American played under Rabenhorst at LSU. Others coached by Rabenhorst Included Steve Van Buren, Y.A, Tittle, Jimmy Taylor and Billy Cannon, Rabenhorst came to LSU In 1925. His basketball teams won 344 games and lost 258. Rabenhorst quit active coach- inb in 1957 to become assistant athletic director, later becoming head of the athletic department, By IRA MILLER Associated Press Sports Writer PITTSBURGH (AP) - In an era when relief pitchers are paid $50,000 and starters aren't expected to finish, Steve Blass of Pittsburgh Is a reliever's starter. ,. That is, he keeps ihe relief pitchers busy. For a while Monday night, though, it looked like Blass might do the unexpected. Although he had pitched only one inning in a month, that In relief, he threatened to go all the way. But in the seventh inning, the dream faded. Chicago's Ernie Banks blasted a homer over the left field wall for the first Cubs' run. Lou Johnson and Adolfo Phillips singled and Pirate Manager Larry Shepard was at the mound. "I can get him," Glass said, glaring at pinch hitter Al Spangler coming up. Four pitches and a walk later, Shepard was back, and this time Blass left with him. Forty-year-old Elroy Face, who may be the reliever's reliever, came on, but he needed help too. Bob Moose, a 20-year- old rookie, provided it, and Pittsburgh finally struggled to a 7-4 victory. Blass was charged with only one run, Banks' homer, and seven hits - two in the infield - in 6 2-3 innings, Blass hasn't completed a start in 13 tries since last June and in 39 of his last 41 starts he has required relief. Senators Option Hurler Denehy WASHINGTON (AP) - The Washington Senators optioned pitcher Bill Denehy to their Buffalo farm club in the International League Monday and recalled pitcher Bob Humphreys. Former Baseball Catcher Dies NEW YORK (AP) - Charles "Hank" Schrlver, a onetime major league baseball catcher turned banker, died Monday at the age of 60. fMft Several Pro Gage Coachinj Changes By HERSCHEL NlSSENSON Associated Press Sports Writer I Alex Hannum, who left his heart in Los Angeles and jobs in San Francisco and Philadelphia, j may wind up back In San Fran* Cisco, And all because Sanl Francisco's Bill Sharman beat him to Los Angeles. That was the jumbled situation today as coaching confusion reigned in the National Basketball Association, Three teams were without coaches and their manhunts threatened to steal the spotlight from the Boston. Los Angeles championship play, off. It was a lost weekend in the NBA after Hannum and Sharman, two of the league's most successful coaches, stepped down at Philadelphia and San Francisco, respectively, Hannum's plans are indefinite while Sharman signed a long-term contract to coach the Los Angeles Stars of the rival American Basketball Association. _ The third opening is in Chlca go, where the Bulls recently los Coach Red Kerr to the NBA new Phoenix expansion fran chise. College Coaches Ra: Meyer of DePaul and Geor Ireland of Chicago Loyola havi turned down the job. Adding to the confusion wa an announcement in San Fran cisco by Franklin Mieuli, owner! of the warriors, that George! Lee, who was Sharman's assist ant, has the Inside track for the 1 job. "If Hannum should join us, it would be understood that George would take over in one, two or three years—whenever he's ready," Mieuli said. Mieuli said he hoped to announce by Wednesday whether Hannum will return to the team he abandoned two years ago as a loser for two pennant-winning! seasons In Philadelphia, includ-l Ing one NBA crown. Sharman returns to the city where he, like Hannum, starred at the University of Southern California. His deal with the Stars, who played this initial ABA season as the Anaheim Amigos, gives him the opportunity to purchase up to a 10 per cent Interest in the >club. His lawyer said his coaching contract was for morel than five years and for more than the $40,000 he was paid In San Francisco. worth $2,250 and gave her a total of $7,825 in official earnings. Kathy Whltworth is second -with $7,337. The No. 3 money winner, Sandra Haynie, has won $4,755. Player Sure of Support In Gallery HOUSTON, Tex. (AP)~- Little Gary Player of South Africa guarantees he will have support in the gallery when the $100,000 Champions International Golf Tournament begins Thursday. Player, his wife and their four children set up house Monday at a Champions' cottage near the par 36-35-71 Cypress Creek Course. Only their eldest child, Jennifer, 9, remained in Johannesburg. Player, who won all four of the major championships before he was 30, is one of the favorites in the 72-hole tournament, which will not see Arnold Palmer, Ben Hogan, Gay Brewer and Billy Casper this year. Palmer returned to his home at Latrobe, Pa,, for treatment of an ailing hip after finishing in a tie for sixth place in the Byron Nelson Classic Sunday at Dallas, When you see swarming termites... Go Swisher Sweets- New Taste Sensation KING EDWARD America s t«rqvst Sailing Cigar CALL THE MAN FROM TERMINIX the "professional killer" "•® k -s jjRMINIX; Bruce-Terminix Co Garland Smith PR7,493l The nationwide pest prevention $ervic»

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