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V > 1 F - > 14 tGcafesbur ister-Meiil. Golesbu Saturday. June 23 !#y JOE FBOttLtNGEH ?' UPI Sports Writer Jlfjj. Colborn feels he's a sure- shot'All Star and showed why FfWy night, Don Money's bases-loaded the topic of pitchers fof the crowd of 30,438 home happy, gained the win in relief, his American League All*Star team In other American League 10?th lifetime, making Texas trimmed Kansas second in career relief Sox, Winners In ^Little League The White Sox defeated the • tripsin the second inning led a 14g$£ attack and helped Col- boM*hotch,hls 10th game in 12 10 games like I have? It would rained out. career relief wuis New York shaded (behind Hoyt Wilhelm who holds lt 4 . ,„ Indians 8-2 and the Braves slip- Hamilton IP 6 * 1 fe y Giants 6-6 in Little Custer comes up. games, "I don't see how I can't be City, 3-0, considered for the All-Star Detroit, 5-4, Oakland stopped the record of 123. game," said Colbom. "My ERA Chicago, 7-1, California nipped Oakland's Dave is one of the best and how Minnesota, 4-3, and Baltimore's handcuffed the White Sox on f..°' many other pitchers have won doublehcader at Boston was five hits in pitching the A's to p *™. f«WJS«™' victory. Wilbur Wood lost again By JOE MORRISSEY (Sports Editor) :dJo last night and regained solo Mackle «to MpedIhto cause possession of first place. Ma- out at plate, singMAg twice Mitch McMillan, winning hurl- Galesburg ran de^eions as the Milwaukee oe a dream for me to make the In the National League, St. Briers romped to an easy 8-2 team and pitch in the game and Louis shut out Chicago, 3-0, decisions—to drop his record to er the Cleveland Indians. I should." New York eked past Pitts* 14-6. w jgttporn's won-lost percentage Milwaukee manager Del burgh, 5-4, San Francisco Sandy Alomar paced Califor- EL"" of-883 is the best in the majors Crandall agrees, saying, "I topped Houston, 5-1, Montreal nia's three-run, ninth-inning /u^, 'T" Zl . u 1? Z and he's played a prominent don't see how we can leave him defeated Philadelphia, 4-2, At- outburst with a two-out single SnSrTaS WMttnlSSLJw in shoving the Brewers off the team. He's not lanta tripped San Diego, 7-3 and which drove in the winning run ffirmnfSLtaX fUTkS? into their surprising spot as overpowering but he has alt the Los Angeles downed Cincinnati, as the Angels beat Minnesota. oam wirarwuiea mo mis Jim Mason doubled home a its victory comb also dropped out of the with .the bases loaded to drive hir sVxth'kTs inThe last Sn «*»*d * ™ to help string to five in k row in Jie a low ,U) thc 0hafleS " ta *** his sixth loss in the last seven ^ gQx ^ vJcfc(>ry Jn ^ v M gme d a doubI ^ der ton-Matoon team er. Mark OhWers went three Friday at H. 1*. Custer but did ^.JS^^JJS nlflCft wlth — M WM1a v„ out face to end the streak now tied for second p aco wra mm emp ted for seven runs in Macs After taking a 2-0 lead In the a .™ bottom of the second, the Pio- for three at the plate and Dave an had two base hits in in the nightcap. role identical 6-4 marks, while the t | ic ^ a 2-run triple by - - tl - • , BU _ front-running Pacers post a 5-3 John Hoscheldt, SouMotn III I- Coach Jim Isaacson s Pio- rccordt Galesburg Is at Charles- nols , tne D j g blow of the inning, neer^romped. to a 9-2 win over lon . Matoon for threc games this A • M * m d ^ ^ ^ contenders in the American (pitches and knows how to use 13*2, in 10 innings. them." Hie Indians* cause. League East. tiolborn, who spaced nine hits Money's tforee-run triple, his ble keyed a three-run, seventh- combined four-hit pitching of and lowered his season ERA to second of three hits, helped inning uprising to cap New Jim Merritt and Bill Oogolew an even 2.00, also doesn't see stop a four-game Brewer losing York's come-from-behind how he can be ignored when streak and sent a Beer Night over Detroit. Lindy McDaniel|City. to the Btoomtatai Bobcats In the plajing"^ today and J^V^ZSi ™m ml opener and then went the oppc- m m Sunday. scm y uai€3Durg ' was m Bobby Murcer's two-run dou- run in the third to support the hurter was L, °y d p ° lW " sjte wav wlth a 9 " 2 loss in *** nightcap. Mike • Mackle, a product of carncdl Wilhamsfield going to IStf, In the nightcap, Jim Dusiak, last checked the Bobcats on three Western Illinois, didn't have it The Braves brought in three Galesburg went into winlski as "TexaT 'downed"Kansas\ mns Jn b o fc tom of the sixth night's action in a 3-way tie for hits in the first "game and would in his first start and could not inning for the come-fram-be- first place but Ihe" loss dropped have had a shutout except for a quell the Bloomingtoft bate, hind win in the second game, them out of the lead. Peoria was 2-run homer in the fifth. Hamilton Has 5-Hitter Galesburg's Win Over White SoxjBoo Coe Medalist -CHICAGO (UPI)-Dave Ham- The A's beat the star of Chi- ilton got a chance to pitch in cago's pitching staff, handing the minors this year and the Wiflbur Wood his ninth loss of experience made him the the season and his sixth defeat "bright spot'* of the month for in the last seven games, the Oakland Athletics, Manager Dick j Williams said today. Hamilton Ditched ; his first Wood gave up 13 hits and all of the Athletics' runs, only four of them earned, before he was lifted after seven innings. Four singles, a walk, a wild CHICAGO (UPI) Anderson Bob Coe, , Galesbung, 111., shot a 69 Friday cecii pitch and one of three Chicago to top the'six of 31 amateurs MOP&MZ Tony McKllUp was credited with thc victory, and Tom Soiuthrtvell got the defeat. Pat Fate led the Braves with bwo ba&e hitls in three times ait bat. JeEf Weinberg did the same for the Giants. tndlani h 2IBenge OlLaFollette 2IMcMillan lITplley East Moline Scrappers Race Results In 5-4 Loss pitched^ his five starts complete game in uvc since he was called up from the | J>| m th ^tate Tucson farm team May 31 to beat the Chicago White Sox 74 »IQQJ£ Cl *OWIl Drflfkp Willi; l errors » Produced four runs in w h 0 qualified for the final play- j&^eii i/IcllIVC TTlIia l the third inning t0 put the off for eligibility in next WeIch Johnson 3 0 Laws on 2 O B. Has'cher 3 O Li. Powell 3 O 3 0 1 2 1 1 10 0 2 10 1 0 0 1 O O 1 0 O 1 0 O Ellison Robertson Je. Smith Chllders Townsend Perkins Jo. Smith Carlson 4 4 3 3 2 3 1 3 0 1 1 1 1 O 2 1 1 0 2 1 0 O 0 0 To Woodhull A Uenbreaking run in the bat -I ^Angeiis i Bloomlngion ab r bom of the eighth inning gave S y 0 Miss Continental 1 (J. Schmidt) The Scrappers tied the game (UPI) Lois losing streak. week's Western Open golf tour- by ^fjj. ™*i Indians White Sox Others who qualified at Roll- BravM breaking a five - game j ng Green Country Club Friday «b r M. Conners 2 1 game on ice Williams said the Athletics nament. have won every recent series after we/ne Gunnar Bennett, Chicago, sprwe yielding only five hits Friday night, URBANA, 111. "Ifcwas the best game I've Drafke- of La Grange earned «once we were 10 behind in with a 72; Jerry VMovic, Blue j^*ffg llD evefrseen him pitch," Williams her ninth Illinois Women's State the loss column," he said. UVanA 711 70 * nfl " ti!c ' fl«i«w Q « said. "He was ahead of the Amateur Golf title Friday with « N ow W e're only 'four. We've hftfers most of the time and the a 7 and 5 victory over Mrs. been pecking away and playing Lynch way he's going our pitching ro- Richard Jones of Champaign in g 00f ] baseball." flnf! 1 tafidn is very much intact. the championship match. t a *acf Kaii Q Tho maf/ih niov nhamninnciiin tnucK lanner, manager — v IXVXCJ said. Island, 111., 72; Dennis Sullivan, Feiz Grant Park, Ul„ 73; John SrgggJJ. Lake Forest, Ml., of and Terry Tessary, City, HI., 74. 73 Alexander ' 1 Cervantez 2 3 4 3 4 3 1 2 uTanite C. Conners 1 O OlSt. Shaver 1 Pacheco 1 0 1 1 2 O 1 0 0 0 0 h OIBarstow OIR. Fisher OSc. Shaver 1 Southwell 2U. Fisher OT. Blu'ine 0 Weinberg OIM. Blu'ine O'D. Blu'ine The six amateurs and about i in round "He throws a fast ball, a The match play championship straight change-up and a good round, scheduled for 36 holes, the White Sox, becoming accus- nmf _. irtlia , a an curve! And he 's got a lot of ended after 32 when Mrs. Jones tomed to losing with 12 defeats Zn^m^i ^nZ ^L trlL £ gtesT/ He challenged Dick Allen three-putted the 133-yard, par- in the last 19 games, said his SofessionS toS every time he was at bat." three 13th hole for a bogey and team "didn 't play well" though qualifying Hamilton walked only one and Miss Drafke sank an 18-inch he could find no fault M ' 6 struclc out eight in winning his putt^ w Wood's pitching. tor „ starting JOHNSON Miss Drafke last won tne state „ We ^ ^ himThe entire ^ im ^ ^ (UPI) Ally's 16th homer in the firstfafter 18 holes Friday after hav-' much su PP° rt '" he said ' 150 golf6rs shot an 80. O'.Tohnson "Ford lOoodman 'Andrews FIRST RACE: (4 Furlongs)— Whtu «AV Miss Dee Gar lh ? h (C J. Gilbert) 10.40 4.20 3 .40 " * i Hasty Love (P. Tedrlck) 3 ,80 3 .40 A Joyous Harriet (P. Compton) 5 .40 J Time 48 :4 2 SECOND RACE: (6 Furlongs)— 1 Lord Tuiiock (J. Gill) 4 .40 3.20 l.oo Wa odfaull a 5-4 win ova Mr. ggby e.eo '3.2o Steak Scrappers in girls soft- shade 3 Crafty Boy (J. Caniglla) 2.60 Kr , lt _ 1ft „ rc Juday O Time 1:15.4 'baM play. Stoddard 0 Daily Double— 3 & 3. Paid $25.20. 2 THIRD RACE: (4 Furlongs)— , , , - , ,^ rt . 0 Tawana Rue (J, Wash) 6 .80 4.20 2.80 Up by SCOHng two PUI1S in the 0 Bold Lady (D. Wiiliams) 5.20 3.20 i- n n .c ii.. C o V pntih hut did not fl Frosty stay (J. canigiia) ?.8o ta P oi . m * sevenun DUC am HOI 2 Time: 40,4 score in the eighth. 8 vI^X%^rt^t2M[ Woodhdl tolled 12 base hits Gianti Hastomatic (c J . Gilbert) 3.40 2.4o in 38 trips to the plate, and the - r h Rushin- Rumor ( R. sosa^^ Scrappera got seven in 31 times 0 FIFTH RACE (5>/ a Furlongs)— at bat. 1 Red Reward (M. Vinci) 4.80 2.80 2.40 „ i Dance Ruiiah (s. vaU) 4.60 2.80 Rosa Fero and Ruth Mackey OErrai Baby (J*. Gill) Time: ^2.40^ ^ Gaksburg tcam with I Quineiia-i & 2. Paid $23.40. : two hits each in three trips to 1 o4 S ^ H ^ RA SS : L 5 ^ ^J^SS^r™ 'the plate. Barton, Peterson, 0 Singing Gyp (R. Sosa) 5.80 3.20 2.80 k T . , „ lt . j oTime TO Love (M. vinci) 5.20.3.60 NesibMit and Samueftson, aM had 1 Double sybil (P. comptoo 3.« -two hits apiece for the winners. Bob Szczecinski, Arizona, led the Pioneers' attack In the first game with three hits in four trips, including a double. Mark Miller, Tex-El Paso, had a single and double in a losing effort in the nightcap. 3 3 3 4 3 4 4 2 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 O 0 1 0 0 2 OAlesburg ab r h 3 000 004 26 8 020- 22x- ab 3 0 4 3 4 4 3 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 n l o 1 o Total 26 6 3! Total 28 5 Score by innings: Mondnv ^lS iants — nn0 ™ 2 - ivionaay S Braves ,...010 113- at Rolling The Scrappers go into action wto Green. They will be competing Bell Resigns third game with only one loss. The only Chicago run came onltitle in 1970. She. was six-up John CITY, Term. Robert mnmg. ing x h 9 Coke 19 Defeats Gale Ward + in Babe Ruth League Mike Ivie Quits Again SAN DIEGO (UPI) Ivie, signed by the San Diego Padres for $100,000 as the No. 1 draft choice in 1970, has quit baseball for the second time" in two years and returned to his native Decatur, Ga., the club Damage Suit YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Ernie dub .19 picked up two wins inySgibe Rubh League action at t ft.gr G'aleslbung High School diamond by defeating G'afle Ward 11-1 Thursday nighit and C&20-5 Fridiay night. rye Palmer took the vic- b<xy«m Thursday's game, while ^Ortz was the loser. Palmer al^fed Gale Ward only two hit^.'gn route to the win. yCeyin Ehrentoardt led Club 19 in itfie giame with teee base htttf in four times at bait. Palmer, Steve Yelm and Dave McKie tall had two hiits in *he wfankg cause. Blue was the winner Way's garae but needed, a by Bruce Sealer, Kevin got ttie deifeait. *^§lSe , MoKie, Sco* 11 K imb 1 e irenhardtt aU knocked oui League teams, Monmouth and I said Thursday. Olde Music Shoppe, battle in •the- nig-bteap. Cok« Club 19 Bennett Thiol Deets Krisher C. Finley Chase J. Finley Parmenter Roberts Lakis Noll Shaver Moore Total ab 2 3 1 3 3 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 r 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 h oiBlue OlBogulski 0 Palmer 1 2 0 O McKie Kimble EhrenhMt Seller Felz 01 Yelm 1 0 1 0 22 5 6 Make ever Swaub ab 4 ri O 1 5 4 5 2 2 2 3 O r 1 2 1 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 0 h 2 1 0 2 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 Total 31 20 12 Score by innings: Coke 020 Club 19 4011 30- 5 14—20 s for eight of Club 19's lgjjgfal hits. Top offensive per- fowner for Ooke was Carl Fin- le^vwho went two for three. ;.<jaie Ward meets A&W for ttie*'!Biabe Ruith game in the opener at H. T, Ouster Park tihii evening. Two Connie Mack Club 19 f Palmer Seller Yelm McKie Ehren'ardt Felz Fritzel McMiUion Wolfe Parkins Total lb r 2 2 3 4 3 4 4 2 3 2 2 2 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 1 h 2 1 2 2 Riley Diehl Tourlentes Downard 3 Dilto 1 Artz 1 McGee 0 Collins O Donnally 1 Gait Ward ab r h 2 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 10 0 2 11 1 0 1 10 0 4 0 0 The tempermental Ivie, who baseball last quit baseball last year in a dispute over what position he would play, reconsidered and appeared at the Padres camp determined to become the team's starting catcher in 1973. he damaged the Holmes, Pittsburgh | Friday. Steelers defensive tackle, was named Friday in a $750,000 damage suit filed by the pilot of an Ohio Highway Patrol heli- Bell, head football coach and athletic director at East Tennessee State University since 1966, has resigned both positions effective (UPI) June 30, it was announced 1 Ol SEVENTH RACE: (5i/ 2 Furlongs) Little Dave (S. Vail) 4.60 2.60 2.20 . , , 7!Lucky stride (D. Williams) 3.20 2 .20 again Sunday when they host NO chaperone ( M . vinc}^ ^ MO wiL'temsfield, Game time is 8 Quineiia— 2 & 4. Paid $0.8*0. ' ' o'clock Sunday evening at 0. N. EIGHTH RACE: (7 Furlongs)— f!iicatpr Pnirlr Don S. (D. WiUiams) 9.20 5.20 3.20 « c rdlR ' Open Trust (P. Compton) 4.00 3.20 Scrapperi Thompson 4 5 •6 Total 30 9 9 Westfall Hoscheldt 3 Szcz'inski 2 B oilman 3 Miller ' 2 Hei'dlnger 1 Purcell 1 Bradley 3 McCarthy 1 Ness 1 Duszlak 1 Klein 0 Mackle 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 22 2 4 Score by innings: Bloomlngton 104 Galesburg 00O E—J uday 2, Crowley. MO 020 LOB 7. RBI 0 —9 0—2 Bloomlngton 6. Galesburg curran 2, Crowley 3. S Stoddard 2, Curran, Miller. HR—DIAngelis, Shade, Juday. Westfall. 2B—Lyall, Stoddard. DP—Galesburg. ip h t Stoddard (W2-0) „ 7 3 2 Dusziak (LO-1) -4 6 6 Klein I ? 2 Koeneke - 2 10 WP—Stoddard. U—Savidge, Carlton. T—2:25. •r bb to 2 5 9 4 3 3 2 1 1 5 3 0 Prince Leadfoot (J. Wash) Quineiia— 2 & 3. Paid $11.60. Threatens to Resign SEATTLE, Wash. (UPI) Bob Turley, vice president the World Boxing Council, has Kirken'yer Asher Adams Fero Mackey Shields -i Olson Of | Williams Shea 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 1 r 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 h 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 Woodhull ab r h Barton 5 1 2 Johnson 5 0 1 Eiker 4 0 1 Peterson 4 12 Nesbitt 4 0 2 Swanson 4 11 Nelson 4 1 0 Samuelson 4 0 2 Whitcomb 4 11 Bloomingion ab r Lyall Laesch Curran Crowley Colby Ogle DiAngelis Juday Unsor Shade Landrum 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 0 h 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Galesburg Westfall Purcell Hoscheldt Szcz'inski 0 Miller 1 1 1 0 0 Hei'dinger Bradley McCarthy Briskey Mackle ab r h 1 1 I 1 0 1 4 1 0 4 1 3 4 1 1 3 0 1 2 1 0 3 2 2 2 10 3 12 Total 29 9 11 copter who was shot in the leg by Holmes when he went on a shooting spree March 16. Bell,'who in 1969 guided the thr€atened to resign as chair- to their first m ™ of the WBC's Total 31 4 7 Total 38 5 12 Buccaneers Score by innings: Wnrl /1 Scrappers 000 Oil 20—4 woiia woodhull „__._._____020. ioi oi—r unbeaten football season and an Ratings Commission 'because of NCAA Mideast regional small alleged "tampering" with the The heart of a blue whale is college championship, cited heavyweight ratings by WBC so large that the main blood personal reasons for his deci- President Ramon Velazquez of vessel is big enough for a child sion. Mexico. to crawl through. 24 2 3f Total Score by innings: Bloomlngton 000 020 0—2 Galesburg ...027 000 x—9 E—DiAngelis, Curran, Juday, Szczecinski. PO—Bloomington 18-10, Galesburg 21,5. LOB—Bloomington 5, Galesburg 6. RBI—DiAngelis, Mackie 4, Hoscheldt 2, Szczecinski, McCarthy. 2B—Ogle, Szczecinski. 3B—Hoscheldt. HR—DiAngelis. DB—Bloomington 1. ip h Unsor (L 0-2) 2% 8 Landrum ' .. 3'/a 3 Mackle (W1-0) __ 7 3 WP—Mackie, Landrum. IT—Carlton, Savidge. T—1:57. A—310. r er bb so 9 14 3 0 0 2 2 1 3 0 8 / Alston Methuselah of By IRA BERKOW However, he damaged nerves in the index finger of his NEW YORK (NEA) hand through over- Alston, — Walter catching hand through over- Alston, legs crossed, Ie#itey work and had been playing first toce oreiased, leisurely smoking base. a dgarefiibe, salt recently in the Dodgers' dugout where he has T:«^«O ^ iov ^ last 20 Miller to Tigers credibly, km NEW YORK (UPI) - The De- „ y ' ™* L B ^ He came out of nowhere years, in- luiirbalbly. troit Tigers announced Friday „ ., _ they have purchased the con- « you consider Darrtown, tract of pitcher Bob Miller from ™ W- scarce), nowhere the San Diego Padres for an un- f° » Broddyn, which, 'in baseball in 1954, was indeed 20 11 13! Total 18 1 2 disclosed amount. Miller, 34, was in 18 games with no record and a 4.11 ERA at San Diego. somewhere. Major League Box Scores Chicago 4 - GALESBURG LINCOLN-MERCURY Rental Cars Has Mor". Kinds of: Rental Plans Payment Plans For More Kinds of People **Comet Monterey ab r 4 0 Monday Beckert Wil'iama 3 O B or qua 4 O Santo Carde'al Hundley Kes'nger Hooton hbi] O 0 St, Louli 4 0 10 0 0 0 0 3 0 a o 3 2 2 0 0 0 La Roc he 0 0 Garrett Bonham 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 ab r h bl Brock 4 0 2 2 Size'ore 3 0 0 0 McCVer 4 0 0 0 Reitz 0 0 0 0 Torre 2 0 0 0 OlSim'ona 3 110 OCarbo 3 0 11 0 Dwyer 3 110 OlKel'her 2 10 0 OlClevel'd 3 0 10 0 0 Total 29 0 3 0| Total 27 3 6 3 Score by innings: ,'chicago _ ono ooo ooo—o St. Louis OOO 030 OOx—31 OP—Chicago 1. LOB—Chicago 4, St. Louis 3. 2B—Simmons, Carbo. ip h r er bb so Hooton (L7-4> 4«i fi 3 3 2 3 iLnnoche 2U 0 0 0 0 0 Bonham . .1 0 0 0 10 Cleveland fW 7-51 9 3 0 0 2 6 T-l:44. A—34,073. Oakland ab r Ca'p'rls 5 2 MaxviUe 0 0 North 4 0 Bando 4 1 McKin'y 1 0 Jackson 4 0 Mangual 1 0 Johnson 4 1 Tenace 4 1 Hegan 1 0 Rudi 4 1 fosse 4 1 HosJey 0 0 Green 4 0 Harnilt'n 0 0 hbl 2 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 f) 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Chicago ab r hbi 0 0 1 0 o 2 2 1 Jeter 4 Kelly 4 R Allen 4 May 4 Reich'dt 4 Leon 2 Andre's 1 H Allen 2 0 0 Herr'nn 3 0 0 Alvar'o Wood 0 o 0 0 0 0 OlOTooIe 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Virtually about (he for every year next decade or so, Alston was supposed to be fired. Every year he wasn't. The after, iptaant 'winners. In between he | the dugout, (has also master-minded Managers "The (team gets stam tJheir door. Alston ham- two younger but (the muainager gets mered the door wen with his seventthnplace finishes and one older," «he man said to Alston, eughfth-place. lamely beinig ligblt. He now is third time list for one team on the all- 1 "Not 'hardly," said Alston, taving managed most !He also enjoys a gag. Last winter he bought a motor bike consecutive working wiirth young ballplayers ye/ars. Only Connie Mack (50 and He said taker tot he enjoys f 1 ^ @ ave PffS^ coach Tom LaStorda a ride on it when the faster visited Alston in Darr- I i win. "Tom held on behind me and drove through the little said old Al- managers rarely last more than club, signing a one year contract is a funereal thing to do. Total 31 I A 1 • Montego Mgb Rent Hourly Weekly . . . . Daily Monthly ually Cincinnati ab r Rose 4 0 Morgan 5 0 1 Dries'en 4 11 Bench 4 1 2 Perez 4 0 2 GuUett 0 0 0 iMenke 0 0 0 Tolan 3 0 0 C'n'c'ion 4 0 0 Ger'imo 2 0 0 Stahl 2 0 1 Grimsley 2 0 0 Gagl'no 10 0 Carroll 0 0 0 h bl! ab 0 0 Lopes 4 OUoshua 1 OIBuckj^er 5 2 Davis 4 0 !Cey 4 OMota 4 OCra'ford 4 0 Russell 4 0 Vaeger 3 0 Sutton 3 OIBrewer 0 O'Richert 0 01 01 Lot Angtlei r 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 hbi 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 Total 40 7 13 ft Score by innings: Oakland 104 001 100— Chicago 100 000 000— K—AJvarado, R. Allen, Leon, Hos ley. OP—Oakland 1, Chicago 4. LOB —Oakland 0, Chicago 4. 2B—Campaneris, Kelly, R. Allen. HR—R. Allen (16). SB—Campaneris, North, Jackson, Fosse. Hamilton (W 3-1) .0 5 111 Wood (L14-9J 7 13 7 4 3 O'Toole .2 0 0 0 0 WP—Wood. T—2:20. A—39,605. Dodgers are now into their major change-over in personnel in the last 20 years. First te ee seasons with one there was the team of Robinson, Erekine, Hodges, Newcombe, Oampanella, Then Alston says now that none of came the Koufiax, Drysdale, Ms bothered him too terri£ical Roseboaio, Gilliam years. Nowly: «Tve always felt that if there is Cey and Ferguson and they don't want me, then Buckner and others who arc don't want to be here." only beginning to demt the head lines. r H*ey are fighting Giants for top spot in National League West. f _ g , . (that he'd just ais soon years) and John MoCraw (31) everybody lefit ham alone so he are ahead <rf him; buft they had could do thait Water O'lMDattey, diaorman of spring. "But acituaMy when you the beard of the Dodgers. Every year Alston gets a one year contract, just one year. In a profession that is notorious for its and 1 started pouring the coal on. Tom was hoM'ing tighter took at it, we just had one very ^ "~ ai ™" f * ^ m . good month/' he .aid. "Who ex- 3£ I * insecurity, in which pecited Lopes to hit .350, Crawford to be batting .400, Cey to be way over .300, Ferguson to lead the lea-sue in RBIs? Alston sits and works 7Jquicfc wonders. He has managed 1 'four World Champions and six I Although there have been the mentions in news reports that the,he might retire, he gives no hint of this. He "We always expect our pitching to be good, and our defense has been better than I pretended I got dirt in my eyes, I brushed one hand over my Alston had his head thrown back and was laughing, "and Tom hollered, 'Skip, Skip, will we make it?' " eyes," wise, Ws- handling men and getitag (the best cult of them." Recently, Oasey Stengel, one oif only thnee men to win more world chaimpionshSips than Alston iand once a regular World Series adiveraary of Alston's, was asked about Alston. Stengel gave a typically cogent explanation af Alston's merits, but one must listen closely: "You know he has a smart owner .because he keeps the seats clean. If you wear a clean dress it'll stay clean when you sit down. He runs a public park and he's noli going to be arrested for being neat about it. "And you know he's kept Alston ever since he got him, "So (•Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) says that his [ managing keeps him young, at " 61. A , 4 u , - that's number two on wo i. i £ n V ttoug,h ' TOS In con ' ^ you know how smart the ^ *. rr. . , . we tool. Perh'aps thaJt is his man- owner is" yw Jgfaft Wue ,Btoaiglit un- U manager push about Ihe ^SS^JfS'» 1 sce,9ame ^ns. «m much dif- Too early to Ml." \ i€mKe between one 'and the Ho is a lango, powerful todc- other lin filbnategy," said Alston, ing man, in a peaceable, small-''You managa wilth .the slug- town manner. But he can get getrs, you go foir ithe big inning exwiit/aMe. His most famous]If you have hit-and-run men, you play (oi eruption was when he saw roommates Sandy Koufax and Larry Sherry coming in after An acquaintance iwdked by in I curfew, rush to their room and H 8 0 0 New York 0 0 1 0 1 0 a o Total 35 2 7 2 Total 36 3 11 3 THEY NOV/ HONOR The following Credit Cards Two out when winning run bcor- Mays Hahn Millan Staub MiJner Kranep'l Cogger Garrett Fregosi Hodges Stone ab r 5 1 0 5 3 4 3 0 3 4 3 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 PUUburgh ibrhbl 0 2 3 hblj 1 3Clines 4 0 OjCash 5 0 0 1 OlOliver 4 0 2 1 0 Robert'n 4 0 1 3 2 Sang'lcn 4 0 0 1 OZisk 4 1 1 0 0 Hebner 3 10 0 OSten'ett 4 2 2 2 OBlass 0 0 0 1 OlRooker 1 0 0 1 OlAlley 1 0 0 •H. Her'z 0 0 0 'Stargeli 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 • i » J # i • CufJ* 5 11 I innings: Total 35 4 8 4 050 030 000 000 00 <J ~-5 001 -4 4. Fpr Yogr Ccnvemence . Brood 342*4121 Score by innings: I nw a i »A Cincinnati 000 000 002 0—2| 4 ,7,™ }Z Los Angeles . 020 000 000 1—3 New York DP—Cincinnati 2. LOB—Cinciu- Pittsburgh na o« 7, ™ Los An L, g ,? le o G - u c E-Fregosi. DP-Pittsbur«l. 2B—Perez HR—Bench U4). S— LOB—New York 6, Pittsburgh 7 Can oil. Richert. SB —Yeager. 2B—Staub. Oliver 2, Mays (Mines = f , . , iP h r erbbio Stennett. HR—Milner tH) t Zl.sk ni'j Ornn.sJe.v . 7 8 2 2 0 2 ; S-Rooker. Carroll (L2-5; . 2 =5?i 3 1 1 0 Oj ip h r trbbiol Sutton - W:i 6 2 2 1 lOiSlone fWU-2) U 8 4 ;j ? ?;i Brewer * :l 1 0 0 1 IJBJass (L3-5) \V X 7 5 5 2 P Reuherl (VV 1-0J ... Sii 0 0 0 0 OjKooker 5!, 3 0 » 2 V HBP by Sutton (Driesfaen). a. Hernandez 2 1 o o o J -2:46. A-37,224. T-2:28. A-21,129. J one run. Otlier- AQUA OWN V/ATER SHOW HELD LAKE WILDWOOD HAVEN, SUNDAY, JUNE FROM r 4> 4 /// WW w M ^- Fi +*-m ^.w J j^i show p- featur among others T i I ER , AL 5I 0N has managed the Dodgers, Brooklyn and Los Angeles varieties, tor 20 years without showing too many signs of wear and tear. The photographs are, from left, from 1954,1963 and this year. jumping, pyramids, parade i r -¥ • n wwwwww^m Hying, clown skiing. Gate price barefooli dollar Kabt ree to campers. Location of lake SoatJ car; slmw miles iiuslincil

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