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- -« r -ol .r. 4 « 4/ f* -1 * 4fH iTKi f r in 4 _i in * t Cards 9 By FRED DOWN It Isn't supposing i£ the St, Louis Cardinals' remarkable form reversal suggests mage to their National League rivals, That's the word St. Louis catcher Ted Simmons used to describe it, too, Wednesday night after the Cardinals beat the San Diego Padres, 6*3, for their 16th victory in 18 games, The Cardinals, 2-15 after their first 1? games, have now soared to second place In the NL's Eastern Division race. "It's almost like magic," said Simmons after Bob Gibson won his fourth game of the seasdn with a five-hAtter. "Everything White Sox • Suffer Fifth Loss in Row we do is right, It's like when you're shooting craps-when you're hot, you're hot." San Francisco rallied for a 9* 7 victory over Pittsburgh, Chicago defeated Los Angeles, 6-4, Atlanta beat Montreal, 8-3, and Houston shaded Phlladel* phia, 4*3, in other NL games, Cincinnati and New York were not scheduled. American League scores were Minnesota over Cleveland, 7*8 and 13*9, Boston 5 Kansas City 4, Baltimore 14 Chicago 4, New York 6 Texas 2, Oakland 11 Milwaukee 1 and California ? Detroit 4. Simmons hit a three-run CI homer, a single and a double and drove In four runs as the Cardinals dealt Clay Kirby his sixth setback, Gibson carried a three - hitter info the ninth before Leron Lee hit a two-run homer. The victory made Gibson's current mark 4-6. Tha Giants won their seventh straight game with the help of n homer by Bobby Bonds and Ed floodaon's tie-breaking single in the sixth inning With Charlie Williams picking up his third win and reliever Handy Moffitt his 10th save. Manny Sanguillen, Al Oliver and Mill May drove In two runs each for the Pirates. Jose Cardcnal drove In three runs with a two-run homer In the fifth and a sacrifice fly in a four-run sixth as the Cubs' Burt tfdoton won his sixth game against three losses. Don Sutton Was whacked for six runs and seven hits in five Innings to loss his fourth game against seven wins. Willio Davis hit his seventh homer of the season for the Dodgers. Darrcll Evans and Dave Johnson hit two-run homers for I ha Braves, who saw Phil Nickro raise his record to 4-2. Evans' homer, No. 12 of the year, put the Braves ahead, 3-1, in the sixth. The Expos tied the Johnson's but eighth score homer of the year in the eighth inning provided Atlanta's winning margin. ob Watson's lOth-lnning single drove in the winning run for the Astras and made Barry Lersch the loser. Greg Luzlrtski homered for the Phillies, Leaps Aside ; i Cubs' Don Kessingar, taviog already raaide the double play Ibhravv to ifiiwt tose, leaps 'aside as Dofdgers* Joe Ferguson (13) slides into 'second during "fourth inning (action a't Chicago's Wrigley Field Wednesday. Chicago tat Los Angeles 6-4 as Bunt Htooton picked up his sixth win against 'three defeat. UNIFAX Major League Standin National League East Wit «af Ml rtft m m KM oft Ml r* •Hi M -t «u i* *u w «3i ;& • t. d» res t» t*t *M *B \# J*t „« V .1 tm I/* tot Chicago St. Louis Pittsburgh Montreal New York Philadelphia w. I. pet g.b. 32-21 .604 24 25 .490 American League East Bob Gibson Impressive BALTIMORE, Md. (UP!) Brooka Robinson drove in four runs with a home run and a sacrifice fly Wednesday night and Eafl Williaims slammed a two - run homer to lead the Baltimore Orioles to a 14 - 4 rartiip over Khe Chicago White Sox. The defeat wias the fifth straight for the Sox, leaving them tied with Minnesota for first place in the American League West. Robinson's homer (highlighted a four-run Oriole second inning, while Williams' blast came in the sixith. The Orioles scored seven times in the eighth inning to turn the game into a rout. Doyle Alexander picked up his fifth victory in six decisions for Baltimore, while Eddie Fisher lost far the fourth time in nine outings. Dick Allen blasted his 14th home run for Chicago to take over the American League lead. In tonight's action, Steve Hayes Wins Dash Stone scheduled I. 23 24 .489 22 24 .478 6 6% 22 26 20 32 .458. 7Vz Detroit New York Baltimore Boston Milwaukee pet. .549 w. 28 23 23 24 .538 24 22 24 25 .522 .490 g.b. 3 7 Fire- .385 11% Cleveland 24 27 .471 4 20 32 .385 8% West w v 1. San Francisco' 38 20 32 22 Los Angeles Cincinnati Houston Atlanta San Diego pet. .655 .593 4 West 1. 30 23 .556 31 26 19 33 .544 .365 5% 6V2 16 19 36 .345 17% Chicago Minnesota Kansas City California Oakland Texas pet. .574 .571 vv. 27 20 28 21 30 26 .536 26 23 .531 27 27 .500 16 32 .333 g.b. 2 2 11% Wednesday's Results Chicago 6 Los Angeles 4 Atlanta 5 Montreal 3 San Fran 9 Pittsburgh 7 St. Louis 6 San Diego 3 Hous 4 Phila 3, 10 inns Today's ProbaWe Pitchers* (All Times EDT) Atlanta (Morton 4-4) at Montreal (Moore 3-4), 8 p.m. San Diego (Caldwell 3-7) at St. Louis (Cleveland 5-4), 9 p.m. Los Angeles (M-essorsmith 55) at Chicago (Reuschel 6-3), 2:30 p.m. (Only games scheduled) Friday's Gumes San Fran at Montreal, night Los Ang at New York, night San Diego at Phila, night Cincinnati at Chicago St. Louis at Atlanta, night Pittsburgh at Houston, night Wednesday's Results Minn 7- Cleve 3, 1st, 15 inns Minn 13 Cleve 9, 2nd Boston 5 Kan City 4, 10 inns Baltimore 14 Chicago 4 New York 5 Texas 2 Oakland 11 Milwaukee 1 California 7 Detroit 4 Today's Probable Pitchers (All Times EDT) Detroit (Lolich 5-5) at California (Ryan 6-6), li p.m. New York (Peterson 5-6) at Texas (Allen 0-2), 8:30 p.m. Chicago (Stone 0-1) at Baltimore (Palmer 6-3), 7:30 p.m. (Only games scheduled) Friday's Games Detroit at Oakland, night Milwaukee at Calif, night Boston at Texas, night New York at Kan City, night Chicago at Clove, night Minn at Baltimore, night Iii Victor} ST. LOUIS (UPI) balling Bob Gibson, whose record is only.4-6 this year, looked as sharp as ever Wednesday night when he limited the San Diego Padres to five hits to give the St. Louis Cardinals 6-3 victory, their 18th win in their last 18 starts. After allowing a run in the second on Dave Roberts' double and a single by Ivan Murrell, Gibson retired 14 Padres in a row before Clarence Gaston singled with one out in the seventh. Gibson struck out seven and didn't walk a batter. (0 - 1) wias against Baltimore's Jim Palmer (6-3). , Bob Hayes, center, of the Dallas Cowboys breaks the tope to twin itihe 'King off (the Hffl 40-yard dash on ItJhe taitem'altaiial Track Association professional tour at Madison Square Garden Wednesday. He beat out fellow grid stars Richmond (Flowers, leflt, tawd Rooky Thompson cif the New York Giants. The Cards got to loser Clay Kirby (2-6) for a run in the first when Ted Simmons doubled in Ted Sizemore, the first of four RBLs for Simmons. After the Padres tied the game in the second, the Cards broke it open with a five-run fifth, highlighted by Simmons 1 three^run homer, his first of the Jose Cruz scored on a Major League J% £ n f\ Batting Leaders "MU Is Winner in pet. .353 National League g. ab r. h. Maddox, SF 45 170 22 60 Mota, LA 35 121 16 42 .347 Watsn, PIou 57 203 37 69 .340 Cash, Pit 39 163 29 55 .337 Goodsn, SF 47 170 17 57 .335 40 120 16 40 .333 58 240 60 78 .325 Rbnsn, Phil 36 120 19 39 .325 Santo, Chi 50 179 29 58 .324 Crawfd, LA 52 179 33 58 .324 Lopes, LA 43 145 22 47 .324 American League g. ab r. h. pet. Blmbrg, NY 36 106 17 42 .396 Fairly, Mtl Bonds, SF The By BILL MADDEN UPI Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPI) "big race" jinx continues to plague Jim Ryun. All the ingredients were present Wednesday night for 'his 15th The crowd was friendly, cheering Ryun loudly before the Oldfield, who won start of the mile, and Kip Keino shoitput event in 16 tries with a toss of 68-7 and then came back was supposedly out of shape lafter a rusHHup trip back and forth to his native Kenya because of a family illness. But wlhen the much-touted Ryun to avenge a seemingly™.^ J (( .. 'run in New York for nearly five Dig race ;y ear3> was never in it. In fact, Other winners included Brian|here," Seagren admitted, "and I guess maybe I was trying too hard. I also had trouble with to whip sprint star endless string of Horton, Det 24 Suarez, Tex 31 94 15 34 93 14 31 Krkptk, KC 45 166 29 55 D.Allen, Chi 47 173 32 57 .362 .333 ,331 .329 ehoke-ups" as the International Track Association professional tour concluded its initial season before a record crowd of 15,502 at Madison Square Garden. woman Lacey O'Neal in a special 40- yard dash. Also Lee Evans (48.8) in the 440,. Jean Louis Ravelomantsoa (5.9) in the 60 yard dash, George Young (8:48.4) in the two mile and Chris Fisher (2:09.2) in the the box." iand Ryun he toiled almost from the start, . . as Keino burst into the lead! ' * n Bob Seagren, along Ellis Chooses School Kelly, Chi 36 141 24 46 .326 Mau just before the halfway mark and went on to win in a laugher with a time of 4:03 and a lead of nearly 30 yards over ex- Kansas State standout Jerome Howe. with Ryun the ITA's other big headlines, also had his problems. Seagren failed to better •17-feet 3 inches in the pole vault which, was won by unsung Buddy Williamson on the basis I While Seagren were disappointments, the large and entihusuastic crowd was not, leaving ITA president Mike O'Hara with an optimistic outlook for next year. t( ThJs is really »a fitting finale •to what I feel was a great first O'Hara said as he " We're season, visibly counted heads, on our way now Carew, Min 48 Fisk, Bos 46 182 32 59 ,324 170 24 53 .312 year, sacrifice scored fly and Mike Tyson fielder's choice on a before Simmons' blast. The Padras got io Gibson in th# top of the ninth on a two* j Chi Hndrsn, Chi 36 135 21 42 ,311 Maybry, KC 56 196 37 60 ,306 Home Runs National League; Stargell, Pitt 16; Bonds, SF 14; Aaron, Atl 13; Evans, Atl, Bench, Cin and Wynn, Hou 12. American League: 14; Mayberry, Clev Ryun, who finished last in the ^ f ewe . r m j SS0S . «i n the back MILWAUKEE (UPI) rice ''Bo" Ellis who made j four ; man fie i d as the cheersj of my min d'l kept thinking that! almost every All-American high 'turned to boos, was apologetic. J ste ve "I'm a bit disappointed because this is New York and the school basketball team this season, University will attend Marquette basketball on a scholarship next season, school announced Wednesday. the Smith done Mild TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITE'S PUONK M24185 •UghMglut of the pro tour," he said, "but I still feel I can ... I'm fulfill my responsibility ... just exhausted from all the competition and promotion. ; third Q! the year. 4* *» •=# • y BLUB RIBBON OLD MILWAUKEE OLD STYLE cans $2.19 BUDWEISER cans $2.38 FALSTAFF cons $2.09 MILLERS cans SCHLITZ $2.19 cans $2.38 T6N HIGH IMPERIAL $3.49 Windsor Canadian $3.99 SEAGRAMS 7 R29 ANTIQUE $3.79 MICHELOB pk $1.69 HAMMS cans $1.19 FALSTAFF J&-O*. Cans (Warm) $3.59 VODKA GIN •X4 'ft* Mm t*# BARTON'S QT $3.69 Cold Duck $1.89 SCHNAPPS RUM CUTTY SARK $6.29 $3.49 Canadian Club $5.69 SEAGRAMS BENCHMARK $4.98 Good Ml OPEN SUNDAY 13; run homee by Leron Lee, his I Spikes, Clev 12; Fisk, Bos, Bando and Tenace, Oak li. Huns Batted In National League: Bench, Cin and Ferguson, LA 43 Stargell, Pitt and Bonds, SF 37; Watson, Hou and Oliver, Pitt 35. American League: Mayberry, KC 53; Jackson, Oak 42; : Melton, Chi 38; I). Allen, Chi and Murcer, NY 35. National League; Bryant, SF 9-3; Uillingham. Cin 8-2; Wise*, St.L 7-2; Seavcr, NY 7-3; Sutton, LA 7-4. I American League; Wood, Chi 113-5; Singer, Cal JO-2; Holt/-I man, Oak 10-3; Coleman, Det KM; Splittorff, KC 8-3. i Midwest Leapne By United Press International Danville 4 Appleton 3 (1st game; Appleton 5 Danville 1 (2nd game) Wis. Rapids 2 Decatur 0 (1st game) Wis. Rapids 6 Decatur 1 (2nd game) Quad Cities 2 Cedar Hapids 1 Cedar Jtapids 3 Quad Cities J (2nd game) Burlington 2 Quiney 0 Clinton 3 Waterloo 2 Ellis averaged 27 points and 18 rebounds a gamo last D. Allen,{season. Coach Al McGuire said) "Kip ran a groat race, 1 KC 13: ,EMs may have a shot at a there's no doubt about it," he J WEEKEND SPECIALS BLATZ BEER 12 Cons $1.95 BUDWEISER BEER 12 Cans $2.43 PABST BLUE RIBBON STAG BEER starting position forward. next fall at said. "And the fast pace was a|H HAMM'S BEER set-up for him." WISCONSIN CLUB _ 12 Cans $2.24 ~. 6 Cans $1.12 _ 12 Cans $2.43 - 12 Cans $1.69 AMATEUR 24 CANS WARM BLUE RIBBON $3,89 HAMM'S ....-MAO SHORT 12 Q ;, Returnable Bottle* DJIKWUY'S , , $3.19 BLUE RIBBON $3.48 ANTIQUE _ OLD CROW SA r JUNE 9th 8 P.M. 5th $3.89 Qt $5.19 7 Mile* North of Qaiefburg on Rt, 150 SEAGRAM'S 7 CROWN 5th $4.29 WINDSOR CANADIAN Qt, $4.98 IMPERIAL Sth $3.59 P.M. BLEND _____ 5th $2.99 $2.89 KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN $3.09 HOUSE OF STUART SCOTCH $3.89 BARCLAYS $4.29 KING GEORGE IV SCOTCH BACARDI RUM 5th $3.99 Sth $4 .29 VODKA Qugrt $079 OII.BEY'S GIN or VOPKA 5th $3,49 COLD DUCK $1.99 # lunch Available Qn Grounds. t FRif Parking. # Admiuion $1.50 Children Under 12 FREE. SPONSORED BY GALESBURG MOTORCYCLE CLUB A.M.A- Sanctioned Hitlers Musi Have A.M.A- Card, t Mu»l Be U Yeurs of Aye. Have You Tried Our Convenient Drive-Up Window? OPEN SUNPAY 1 P.M. - 8 P.M. BAW HAI SheJom Kosher '/.--gal. $1,99 Qts. 906 CHARCOAL -. ICE LIGHTER FLUID - Etc. Ad Qood Thru Saturday, June 9. 1973 DUllIVL tj Package liquor 1 -kEL fAkKING WINDOW Sl.kVK" L

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