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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 5, 1973
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Injuries Continue to Plague New York Mets By FRED McMAKE !- VFl Sports Writer Tbt "$ev York Met*, the most ifrjttry-rjddled team iis the majors in recent memory, came op with another crippling injury Monday night when siwftkop Bud Harreteos suffered a broken bone on the ring Sagcr of his left hand after cakter BUI Plumsaer of the Cfocinnsti Reds sbd into Mm 13 fee lifts inning of s Hi Reds' "WCttJry. Ssfrdscn is the third Met player ia two days to suffer a disabling irjury aid he is the: eighth member nf the team to suffer a serious injury this season II placed cm the disabled list he would become the fifth member of the team to receive that dubious mention. Hie injury to Harrelson detracted a bit from a standout pitching performance turned in by the Reds' Jack BiHingham, who tossed a three-hitter in -winning his eighth game ia 10 decisions. "Billingbam. making his third try at victory Nn 8. bested Jos Matlack, who held the Reds bitless for five innings before faltering in the sixth. A walk to Joe Morgan, one of eight Matlack issued in the game, started the Reds on the way to a four-run sixth. The outburst was highlighted by run-scoring singles by Dave Concepaoa and Bobby Tolan and a fan-scoring double by Denis Menke. In other National League games, Houston blanked Philadelphia. 5-0. and San Francisco downed Pittsburgh, 7 -2. Boston trimmed Kansas City. in a nationally televised game and Milwaukee defeated Oakland. 2- Register-Mail SPORTS June 5. 1971 a.. is Tuesday, 0. in the only American League action. Dave Roberts tossed a six- hitter and Jim Wynn belted his 32th homer to spark the Astros' over the Phillies. Roberts never allowed a runner past second in recording his sixth victory in nine decisions. Wynn 's homer came with a man on in the seventh. Roberts said be was able k> throw the ball exactly where he wanted against the Phils. "I had everything going for me. I had my control, I had my good fastball, good changeup and good breaking stuff/' said Roberts. "I used my fastball that sinks 50 per cent of the time. I threw only one curve." Tito Fuentes collected four hits and drove in Wwv. rum in spark (he (*j«n(«' victory over the Plraleu. Tom Bradley w<?nl the distance, allowing «J#l)l hitn, as the Oianfj won iiwlr fifth game In a row, WHIte Stargell hit hid J6t» homer for Pittsburgh. Carlton Kisk Jill hlfi Mil homer, a three-run nhoi in ilm sixth inning, to highlight the Red Sox' victory over Urn Royals. 7 'he Red Hox aim scored four runs in the third, with two of them forced acmnn the pi ale by walks ami another by a hit ' balHtnan, John Mayberry drove in two runs for IIIR JtoywJa, \xmUnn bin major IMHW Mil \cM in 52 Jim Colborn pitched a five- hWWr and Bob CoJuccio cracked n «olo homer to *park the llri'.wm lo victory over the A'«, Colborn, hooding his record lo 6-2, reduced his run average lo 1.97 in brisling 10-gflme winner Ken Hollzm/m, HoHzman, losing for tile third time, went 7 1-3 InnlngH nnd suffered hi* first loftH fllne« April 28. David Clyde Top Free Agent Pick NEW YORK UP! — David athlete David WinSefcL a 6-foot- CJvde. : &-vear-old ffcame-throw- 6. righthanded pitcher from the mir sxi'israw frrrn Spring University of Minnesota, who Brancr.. Tex., today was has already been drafted by the se)«^ted br tie' Texas Rangers Green Bay Packers of the as thr- .No.' 1 PKK is the major National Football League and leajru* hasebaE free agent the Atlanta Hawks of the -anlrnsr draft. National Basketball Association "'C3vo> winner of « of bis last and Use Utah Siars of the 41 games for Houston's West- American Basketball Associa- rvkzr Hi£b Scbool. is acso the ^on. atfihor of "on* aoiiaers this The Qeveland Indians next vear ar«d has allowed oarr ftree ^ **" GJea ^ l &-?ear- eamed runs is 141 feoirss. He 0 ^ first baseman from is ^x^Kfed "to" be promoted Bridge-water. !^Tass. and fee San inraedistelv to &e piling- Franosco Giants followed by pnb- Raniers' maior league choosing John LeMaster. a 1/" }'ear-old shortstop from Paints• tmnk 1 ^ _^v £ a lo, to a0o n ^^^pS ed OLTtfeldcr Bill Tivlor from prior to the draft. ''If whoever Savannah. Ga.. and the Mont<J -3 #ts me shanks I can help *?* ^ _ ^ Bet I think J need a lot of bassmarKrjtfieter ^ Ws?t s«a5oair)e. I figure if I can Corina. Calif. Tbe Kansas Cty Roj*als were sake it to fe big leases in .C ^T^ . • ^sZCZ Tears that wSdd £ good. ^^1^° P«* ^ ^ T^- need to teach me a good ^^.^ L?? 00 ^ off^eed pitch, a cbaum and S^ 3 . rs S**» ^ ttiri^ TiJrp that" " Baymon, CaM., and fee Altanta tang* lite mat. Braves followed bv m**™ . „ , Braves followed by making .Doag cesehajl coacn Palrick Rock ^ 5 a =3^^ at- 4iice University m Houston ^ Tex ^ who has sees Clyde pitch many ^ pek in the draft times ssid of 4be 6-foat-L 180- poand schoolboy sensation: "if:-.-^ ft ~ David considered going to' r OnPltl l -l ^f c sr^arship, I'd offer Mm a "jVp-i*- TflVfc A c schc*DL It wcriLd be a waste of - ' C " J UiJ /U© tjsie to send C5vde to the T> 1 minors. Aboot ai he would Hanger L,OaCll leap a the naparsis how lo ^ yQRK _ ^ order meals on te road. p . The Poiladebhia Phillies. ^ZJu T™, - JU- -^^J*^ Ms fnendL boss and predecessor orar^jng second, selected slug-;^^ „ r ^„ Vrmf £ ^T™< gvxg catcher John Stearns from Major League Standings American Leagiiu KHKI w, 5. pel. 27 22 .551 .... 2fi 24 ,520 VA 22 22 .500 Vk 2TJ 2fi .4«f) 4 22 25 ,468 4 20 30 .400 Vk West w. 1. pet. 27 18 .600 — .w 24 .556 26 21 .553 2 25 22 .532 3 26 26 .500 4'/2 16 30 .348 11% Detroit New York Baltimore Milwaukee Boston Cleveland Chicago Kansaa City Minnesota California Oakland Texas Monday's Results Boston 9 Kaasas City 3 Milwaukee 2 Oakland 0 Today's Probable Pitchers (M\ times 6DT) Minnesota (Woodson 4-3; at Cleveland (Bosman 2-6), 5:30 p.m. Milwaukee (Short 2-1) at Oakland (Hamilton 0-1), 10:30 p.m. National League w. I. pet. g.b. ChlcoKo ViMturjfh Montrc;il New York St. f/)ul« Phllndelplila 31 20 23 22 21 23 .477 22 25 .466 22 25 .468 606 511 5 6% 7 7 19 31 .380 11% West Detroit (Perry 6-3) at California (Hand 3-3), 11 p.m w. I. pet g.b. Son Francisco 36 20 .643 — Los Angeles 31 21 .596 3 Cincinnati 29 23 .558 5 Houston 30 25 .545 5% Atlanta 18 32 .360 15 San Diego 19 34 .358 15% Monday's Results San Fran 7 Pittsburgh 2 Houston 7 Philadelphia 0 Cincinnati 5 New York 0 (Only games scheduled) Today's Probables Pitchers (All times EDT) Los Angeles (Osteen 5-3) at Chicago (Jenkins 6-3), 2:30 p.m. (Gentry (Stoneman 4-5) 1-2), at 8 Atlanta Montreal p.m. San Francisco (Bryant 8-3) at New York (Stottlemyre 7-5) I Pittsburgh (Briles 34), 8 p.m. at Texas (Siebert 3-3), 8:30] San Diego (Greif 4-5) at St. p.m. iLouis (Foster 3-3), 9 p.m. Chicago (Wood 134) atj New York (Koosman 5-4) at Baltimore (Cuellar 2-7), 7:30;Cincinnati (Grimsley 5-4), 8 p.m. :p.m. Kansas City (Drago 54) at, Philadelphia (Twitchell 3-2) Boston (Pattin 4-7), 7:30 p.m. • at Houston (Reuss 6-3), 8:30 Returns to First Pirates' Gene Cline; slides back into first base just ahead of the ball awaited by Giants' Willie McCovey in their game at Pittsburgh Monday. Cises was forced back to first after Giant second baseman Tito Fuentes caught a line drive off the bat of Dave Cash and attempted to pick off Clines for the double play. San Francisco downed Pittsburgh 7-2. UN1FAX Wednesday's Games Kansas City at Boston Minnesota at Cleveland Milw at Oakland, night Detroit at Calif, night New York at Texas, night Chi at Baltimore, night ,p.m. i Wednesday's Games iLos Angeles at Chicago Atlanta at Montreal, night San Fran at Pitts, night San Diego at St Louis, night. Philadelphia at Houston, night. Major League Leaders Cat" Francis, could not •mainly lead the New York P^T^-i S*^' ^° :Ra °S« to their first Stanley Kmea .«j wim ix> nome runs Ct!p since 1940? flfepaa seasoa. Neither was guaranteeing anv jjte tod pjcL goiag to toe ^ ^ * MSlvaakse Brewers, was Robin Monday when Francis announced he was Youct. an 18-year-old shortshop stepping down as Rangers' fom Taft High SdxrA ^ coacb , t0 devote his full-time Woodland Hills. Calif. attention to the general mana- The San Diego Padres, draft- gefs duties ^ p 0 p^n taldng selected all-around over ^ -f^^ instead, the' Sam Snead Earns Try For Championship in U.S. Open Europeans Sattle For Tennis Title talk centered around '•winning traditions" and Remaining By TRA STILLER at Denver, as the low scorers of :MLowing Sunday's wistbp of where Sanders iailed to return UP1 Sports Writer ihe day. the Kemper Open, won by Tom.s second-round storecard after Sam Snead, who has won Qualifiers at eight bcations Weiskopf. Hale Irwin and a first-round 73. competitive" although the stoic,;everything in goK except the Mond2T ^ fivi Vjda - ^ fij] Charles Sifford were at m. a: The medalists Mondav, be- 42-j'ear-old Popein was unques-,U^ Open, is going to give it ^ „; • s^e behind Snead and Mari,:^ Saeadi Marti ^ TorreS( lionably moving onto a not seal, anotner try tms year. -J . ^ >^ 1 u - ^-TtWe Frank Beard, G-boy ^ . "I want to make it clear andj The 61-year-old Snead a fcid ' fed.Gilbert, H'abert Green aad Tom. ;were Denme Mayer 141 at plain that this decision to step, m8trprf 2 t his age matched th» 3} ' ^'^Z champion Jack Shaw were at 141. Mission Vie jo: amateur Billy .-PARIS (UPI) - The S15Q,0K> down as coach waj mme," said; w f^' ..J Nieklaus, are exempt from Dow FinsterwaM, ae i958 :Ca3 9 i « 13 - 341 at Cincinnati; French Open tennis tournament Franas in obvious answer to! 0651 scare ff 3 ^ ^ « n , lai;fv -. R;r entered its final round today printed rumors hinting he was competitors Monday on tae first -. • £ PGA champion, turned in a 65 ;Joh3 SchJee. 141 at Irving, Besides Snead. the biggestior the best round of the day as D-an Refram and ama- win two East European nudged by Rangers' President of two days plavers, Romania's Die Nastase William Jennings after the quakfyi hii Yugoslavian Nikki Pilic. b team, which had been a heavy ^gss competition for the men's title, favorite to win the cup last g _ Nastase. the reigning Forest year, failed m the playoffs for 1{ ^^_ Y ^ a . ?he '" caa...o— we- who srot 70-72-142 at Masters champion Gay Brewer, d -"-ei- rioo GdJidrr, 14- HJls champion and seeded the^seventh straight year. _ C5uatn - c'.ui. in Chariot!e. N.C.. Mission Vejo. Calif. Daag Sanders. Dan Sites. B:»b Tacoma. Wash, second here, was favored to "%nile I am disappointed not i >ID 'F re d MarJ of Ba'W. T.v biggest groun of uuah- Dbksan aod 1964 Open winner Qualifiers are scheduled ilsE? the title arid the ilS.OW to have won the Stanley Cup. 1 '- •-• -- " £aa^plaefe prize. He -" ,: ' : - J —' "' ' Q3E2£& finals b American By United Press International Leading Batters National League g. ab r. h. pet. Maddox, SF 43 162 20 58 .358 Watsn, Hon 55 195 37 68 .349 Fairly, Mtl 38 115 15 39 .339 Mota, LA 34 119 15 40 .336 Cash, Pit 37 154 26 51 .331 Santo, Chi 48 171 27 56 .327 Mathws, SF 48 147 22 48 .327 Torre, St.L 39 135 16 44 .326 Rbnsn, Phil 36 120 19 39 .325 Cey, LA 51 171 24 55 .322 Lopes, LA 41 143 22 46 .322 American League g. ab r. h. pet Blmbrg, NY 34 101 16 40 .398 Krkptk, KC 44 162 29 54 .333 Kelly, Chi 34 133 24 43 .323 D.Allen, Chi 45 165 30 53 .321 Carew, Min 46 173 28 54 .312 Cmpnrs, Ok 42 170 23 53 .312 Hndrsn, Chi 36 135 21 42 .311 Hart, NY 33 116 12 36 .310 Braun. Min 41 140 25 43 .307 Holt, Min 39 124 13 38 .306 Home Rons National League: Stargell, Pitt 16; Aaron, Atl 13; Wynn, Hou and Bonds, SF 12; five players tied with 11. American League: Mayberry, KC 13; D. Allen, Chi 12; Bando, Oak 11; seven players tied with 10. Runs Batted In Nationa'i League: Ferguson, LA 43; Bench, Cin -10; Stargell, Pitt 37; Williams, Chi, Watson, Hou and Bonds, SF 34. American League: Mayberry, KC 52; Melton, Chi 39; Jackson, Oak 37; Murcer, NY 34; D. Allen, Chi 32. Pitching National League: Billingharn, Cin 8-2; Bryant, SF 8-3; Wise, StL 7-2; Sutton, LA and Seaver, NY 7-3. American League: Wood, Chi 134; Holtzman, Oak 10-2; Coleman, Det 10-3; Singer, Cal 9-2; Splittorff, KC 8-3. cuali'ifcd ^ proud of my record here a* ,CA ' WT| ° ais ' J Q'^^ed at tiers. 39, came from the Ken Venturi. Brewer came todiy a: Atlanta. Philadelphia, dei 'aW ~th* ^oach." Francis said "W* c -' i2 -"^ :: e- a° d G - Tlt T '- ,n ' e; of Cnarlotte field where many of closest, losing in a playoff far Pittsburgh. Detroit and New 'Tom promised the Rangers would foe ^ ,,fegas ' * VM " WM o ^f^.tM touring pros wee playing the final spot at Charlotte York. player. fxhsi of Seattle. 6-3. 64, 6-3. = whining and competitive it unseeded Pilic looked hockey club in the NHL and flSflj his performance Monday they have. I am confident that although he was ready to pull Larry can continue that tradi- tjggjipset of his life. ''The way tion." lgjf played he could beat The 42-year-old Popein. who aw4ody." said Panat- centered a Ranger line with t *5S Italy after being upset by Andy Bathgate and Dean VS&i m the semifinals. 6-4. 6-3, Prentjc-e from 3954 througn VM. »as Francis' nand-picked • K- who never kfore f ^is and only choice for the jgg ^ed tne finals of a major coac.njng post This past season iKBr /iament. piaved nearlv mis- he coached tne Rangers' Rhode tSE ?/r("f- tc.v.i 1 in his win over Island farm team in the tJBT? eighth-seeded Italian "'I American Hockey League. qgtMri'X get him to do anyming Popein said "•] know the kind wmig " Panatta -jcA. of snip they run here, and •+$ut 'trtncri title ii the second tnere's excellent talent on this the ! our Grand Slam team. The key to winrar.g the ^plonships. Tne other three Stanley Cup next year will be gjgjAustraiia. Wimbledon, and to avoid injunes and gain t S Open. momentum at the right time." gf Block Eost of J&nox College Xlfrner South & Prairie I &2-8418 IN DAILY AM- 6 PM A Car! SEE ED SOLOMON SUMMER Aquatic & Camping I Programs FUN-EXCITING- RELAXING • SWIM INSTRUCTIONS — Youth and Adult — Start* June 11th • Y.M.C.A. DAY CAMPS — Camp by Day — Home by Night — 1st Period — June 11th THOUGH HE has had health problems this >tar, manager Leo Duxocber of tbe Houston Astros steins, to have Dot lost bis arguing touch. At left, he berates Augie Donatelli on a disputed fair-foul call against tbe Cincinnati Reds. At right, he discusses with Frank Pulli, Ken Burkhardt and John Kibler the question of whether or aot a game tbe Astros happened to be losing should be called because of rain. "Y" CAMPS SHAUBENA — Boys Week — June 24 — Girls Week — July 1st Call "Y" Office for regulation 342-2188 Family Y.M.C.A, of Knox County

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