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Santo Sparks Cubs; Torre Leads Cardinals! By FRED McMANE UPI Sports Writer lion Santo of the Chicago Cubs and Jo© Torre ot the St. Louis Cardinals, the two men battling for the starting third base position on the National League All-Star squad, are doing their best to make the fans' choice a difficult one. Santo, who has played In seven previous All-Star games, drove in four runs and scored the other two as the Cubs beat the Montreal Expos, 6-1, in the first game of a doubleheader Wednesday and .then homered with one out in the ninth inning to lie the second game, which was suspended by darkness after 12 innings with the score tied at 3-3. The suspended contest will be completed before the start of today's regularly scheduled game. Torre, also a seven-time All- Slar, had a big day at the plate as the Cardinals walloped the Pittsburgh Pirates, 15-4, behind a 22-hit attack. Torre hit for the cycle, collecting a single, double, triple and homcf as he drove in three runs. Torre had more of a contest with teammate Ted Simmons than with Pirate pitching. Simmons drove in five runs with a homer, two doubles and a sacrifice fly. "I'm a terrible ballplayer when I go for myself," Torre said. "In a game so one-sided, though, you can just sit back and relax. It was like a day off." Register-Mail SPORTS Galesburg, III., Thursday, June 28, 1973 Page 33 In the only other National League games, Houston routed Cincinnati, 10-2, San Francisco beat Atlanta, 6-5, and Philadelphia took the second game of a doubleheader from New York, 7-1, after losing the opener, 7-6. San Diego and Los Angeles were idle. Detroit took both ends of a doubleheader from Milwaukee, 6-3 and 5-4, Texas edged Minnesota, 4-3, New York blanked Baltimore, 4-0, Oakland beat Kansas . City, 3-2, and California topped Chicago, 3-1, in American League contests. Cleveland at Boston was rained out. Doug Rader and rookie Skip Jutze cracked two-run doubles during a five-run, sixth-inning rally that highlighted the Astros' victory over the Reds. Jerry Reuss went the distance for the Houston iwin, while Fred Norman took the less. Dave Rader drove in three runs with a pair of homers to spark the Giants' victory over the Braves. Ron Bryant worked eight innings and received credit for his 12th win of the season despite giving up homers to Ralph Garr and Mike Lum. Mike Schmidt drove in five runs with a pair of homers, including his second grand slam of the year, to pace the Phillies' second game victory' over the Mets. Mike Wallace, making his major league debut, " went the route for the Phliles and allowed only seven hits. In the opener, the MeW scored seven runs in the first inning then held on as the Phillies battled back. Pitcher George Stone and catcher Ron Hodges contributed two-run singles to the first inning rally, Greg Luzlnskl and Mike Anderson homered for the Phillies. By VITO STELIMO • UPI Sports Writer It didn't take Bob Short long to reap the dividends on his investment in David Clyde. The 18-year-old lefthander, who got a $125,000 bonus from the Texas Rangers' owner after being the No. 1 pick in the major league draft two weeks ago, attracted the largest baseball crowd in the team's history—a sellout throng of 35,698—for his big league debut Wednesday night. As a bonus, he even won the game with a five-inning performance as the Rangers edged the Minnesota Twins, 4-3. Manager Whitey Herzog planned to lift him after five innings and Clyde was ready to come out since he threw 112 pitches. He was wild and walked seven batters and struck out eight in his stint. Six of the walks came in the first two innings as he was obviously nervous. But he allowed just one hit—a two-run homer—by Wimbledon Gate As Big as Ever By ROBERT MUSEL WIMBLEDON, England (UPI) — The old order is changing at the hallowed Wimbledon tennis championships would you believe screaming schoolgirls mobbing players?—tout one thing remains constant. And that is the steady click- click-clicking of the turnstiles as Britons turn.out. in sunshine and in rain to make the annual pilgrimage. Three days of moderate tennis that would not figure to fill a stand anywhere else in the world have brought more than 75,000 people into the All- England Tennis and Croquet Club where the idea of a tournament of tennis players first took hold 96 years ago. At this stage of the two weeks of competition the boycott by 70 top players of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) may have reduced the standard of skill but it has done absolutely nothing to the gate. And the $147,800 prize money will be covered with a handsome profit. Hie Nastase of - Romania, darling of the schoolgirls, took over as No. 1 seed from Stan Smith. He won through to the last 32 of the men's singles Wednesday by beating Ivan Molina of Colombia in four sets despite the recurrence of a back injury which helped him drop the second set. Nastase fell heavily at Queen's Club Saturday and wrenched his back. All the other seeds, Jimmy Connors of Belleville, 111., Alex Metrevelli of Russia, Jurgen Fassbender of West Germany and blond Bjorn Borg of Sweden—only 16 years old—also went through to the third round. The women were not involved in the boycott and are a big help to. the box office since Britons like women's tennis more than most. Big Margaret Court of Australia, aiming • for her second grand slam of the Australian, French, Wimbledon and Forest Hills titles, took no chances with her own back in beating her countrywoman Karen Krantczke. Miss Court spent three days in bed last week lying on a board to straighten out her spine. Chris Evert, who plays as though she, were programmed by a computer, two-handed her way to an easy win over a very nervous Romanian, Mrs, Judith Gohn, 6-0, 6-1. The play was so one-sided the East European matron won a center court ovation for winning the eighth game. Whatever, the men do or do not do, Wimbledon knows it cani sell out the place with Miss' Court, Evonne Goolagong, Billie Jean King and Miss Evert. And if the emergency seeds sprout into genuine orchids it will be important only insofar as standing room goes. All seats are already sold. 1 Worth v Win another rookie, Mike Adams. "I wish I could have done a little better but I was so wild," Clyde said. "I wasn't really that nervous but I was in awe." In the other American League games, Detroit swept a doubleheader from Milwaukee, 6-3 and 5-4, Baltimore blanked New York, 4-0, Oakland edged Kansas City, 3-2, and California nipped Chicago, 3-1. The Cleveland at Boston game was rained out. In the National League, New York beat Philadelphia, 7-6, but lost the second game, 7-1, San Francisco edged Atlanta, 6-5, St. Louis routed Pittsburgh, 154, Chicago beat Montreal, 6-1, but the second game was suspended by darkness with fie score- tied, 3-3, and Houston routed Cincinnati, 10-2. San Diego and Los Angeles were idle. Paul Blair slammed a homer and a double to back Dave McNally's shutout pitching as Baltimore beat New York. McNally gave up 10 hits, all singles. Dick McAuliffe's eighth career grand slam homer with two out in the eighth paced Detroit to the first game victory over Milwaukee. In the second game, Willie Horton tripled home the tying run and then scored the winning'run on Duke Sims' double in the fifth inning. Bill Singer recorded his 12th victory with a four-hitter as the Angels edged the White Sox. Mike Epstein hit a two-run homer for the Angels. Shortstop Fred Patek's throwing error in the ninth inning allowed Bert Campaneris to score all the way from first as Oakland edged Kansas City. Jim Hunter won the victory, while Paul Splittorff took the loss. Rookies Dropped NEW ORLEANS (UPI) — The New Or learns Saints dropped three rookies Wednesday because they failed their physicals. Bobby Garner, the team's 17th-round draft choice and free agents Eric Hyman and Buzy Rosenborg were dropped. Major League Standings National League East w. I. pet. g .b. Chicago 44 30 .595 — s . Louis 35 36 .493 Vk Montreal 33 34 .493 7% i niladelphia 34 38 .472 9 N5W York 31 37 .456 10 Pittsburgh 31 38 .449 Wz West w. I. pet. g.b. 48 I. 26 33 33 35 43 61 pet. .649 .566 .566 .521 .419 .311 6 6 m 1725 American League East " ' \ w. 1. pet. g.b* 41 32 .562 — ' 35 30 .538 2 : 37 35 .SiW/* 34 34 .500 4tt 35 37. .486 5>/£ New York Baltimore Milwaukee Boston Detroit Cleveland Los Angeles San Francisco 43 Houston 43 Cincinnati 38 Atlanta 31 San Diego 23 Wednesday's Results Chicago 6 Montreal 1, 1st Chi 3 Mtl 3, 2nd, sus., 12 ins, dark San Francisco 6 Atlanta 5 New York 7 Phila 6, 1st Phila 7 New York 1, 2nd St. Louis 15 ^Pittsburgh 4 Houston 10 Cincinnati 2 (Only games scheduled) Today's Probable Pitchers (All Times EDT) St. Louis (Wise 9-3) at Pittsburgh (Ellis 6-7), 8 p.m. Montreal (Renko 6-4) at Chicago (Pappas 4-5), plus completion of suspended game, 1:30 p.m. 26 45 ,36ft 14 : West ; w. 1. pet. g .b. California 39 32 .540 — • Oakland 40 34 .541' Chicago 36 32 .520* lty Kansas City 40 36 .529' 1% Minnesota 36 33 .522 ~ 2 • Texas 24 43 .358 13 \ Wednesday's Results- Cleve at Boston, ppd, rahv : Texas 4 Minnesota 3 Baltimore 4 New York 0 * ":. Detroit 6 Milw3, 1st i Detroit 5 Miliw 4, 2nd Oakland 3 Kansas City 2 Z California 3 Chicago 1 f Today's Probable Pitchers Cleveland (Tidrow 4-# and Rosman 2-7) at Boston (Culp, 1-2 and Pattin 7-9), 2, 1:30 p.in;; Kansas City (Busby £7j at> Oakland (Blue 6-3), 9 p.m. Chicago '(Stone 2-3).at California (Wright 6-9),'11 p.m. Minnesota (Woodson 6-4)* at Texas (Broberg 4-5), 8:30 p.in. Major League Leaders Clyde Opens Career Rangers' David Clyde, just out of high school and the nation's No. 1 choice in the baseball draft, opened his big league career against the Minnesota Twins at Arlington, Tex., Wednesday. Clyde's debut attracted the first sold-out crowd of over 36,000 in Ranger history, and he allowed only one hit in five innings to pick up a 4-3 victory. UNIFAX Drug Control Program Will Get 'Total Cooperation' ira FALSTAFF 12 pk cans $1.99 HAMMS 12 pk cans $2.29 BLUE RIBBON OLD STYLE MILLERS 12 pk cans $2.19 SCHLITZ 12 pk cans $2.43 BLUE RIBBON OLD STYLE MILLERS 12 pk cans $2.19 OLD MILWAUKEE 12 pk cans $2.09 SEAGRAMS "7" 5th $4,29 Qt. $5.29 Vz gallon $9.98 TEN HIGH IMPERIAL 5th $3.49 SEAGRAMS VO 5th $5.99 GIN — VODKA 5th $2.99 SMIRNOFF VODKA 5th $4.19 BARTONS QT. 5th $3.69 JIM BEAM 5th $4.09 HOUSE OF STUART SCOTCH 5th $3,99 COLD DUCK $1.89 100 PIPERS SCOTCH 5th $5.99 MILLERS BEER 35—-7-Ox. Bottle* $3.59 Case Plus Dep. 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He said practices as the commissioner's office being notified of alleged drug incidents in the league and extensive investigations of all drug charges involving NBA personnel were set up even before thoy were suggested by Rep. Harley Staggers, (D- W.Va). 1 Staggers is chairman of the special subcommittee on investigations of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce concerning the use of drugs by athletes. A series of committees lias been set up by the NBA doctors and physicians and represejta- tives of the commissioner's to deal with the use of pain killers and other medicines administered in the league, Kennedy explained. "I pledged to Staggers the total cooperation of the NBA and the Players Association in this program," Kennedy said at a news conference. "Congress|man Staggers has asked the NBA, as all other organizations have been asked, to consider conducting a series of spot check urinalyses during the season and possibly during the offseason. This matter is still being studied and needs to be further discussed and further discussed." Kennedy also announced: —The minimum salary for NBA players, starting next season, will be increased from $17,500 to $20,000. •Sites of the All-Star game will be Phoenix in 1975, Philadelphia in 1976 and Milwaukee in 1977. —The league had a record attendance during the 1972-73 season of 6.8 million, a 3 per cent jump over the previous season. WARM TOMORROW lime to Insulate WHITE'S PHONE M2-0185 National League g. ab r. h. pet. Mota, LA 47 159 20 56 .352 Unser, Phil 56 169 28 58 .343 Watsn, Hou 76 278 54 92 .331 Maddox, SF 62 242 30 80 .331 Goodsn, SF 63 233 22 77 .330 Torre, St.L 63 221 36 73 .330 Hutton, Phil 47 126 19 41 .325 Cedeno, Ho 61 239 44 77 .322 Fairiy, Mtl 60 169 27 53 .314 Mathws, SF 66 218 30 68 .312 American League g. ab r. h. pet. Blmbrg, NY 47 137 24 55 .401 Horton, Deit 45 168 23 57 .339 Carew, Min 66 246 43 82 .333 Blair, Bal 61 194 28 62 .320 Kelly, Chi 55 221 35 71 .317 Maybry, KC 75 263 54 83 .316 Hndrsn, Chi 36 135 21 42 .311 D.Allen, Chi 68 242 39 75 .310 Krkptk, KC 61 220 36 68 .309 Jacksn, Oak 74 278 51 85 .306 Home Runs National League: Stargell, Pitt 22; Aaron, Atl and Bonds, SF 19; Evans, Atl 17; Monday, Chi 16. '"• American League: Mayberry, KC 19; Fisk, Bos and D.' Allen, Chi 16; Hendrick, Clev 15; Spikes, CleV, Bando and Jack-' son, Oak 14. Runs Batted In , National League: Bench, Cin 56; Stangell, Pitt 52; Watson, Hou 51; Ferguson, LA and Bonds, SF 49. American League: Mayberry, KC 72; Jackson, Oak .61; Mureer, NY 48; Melton, Chi and Darwin, Minn 46. Pitching National League: Bryant, SFi 12-5; Osteen, LA 10-3; Reuss, Hou 10-5; Wise, St.L 9-3; Reuschel, Chi, Sutton, LA and jSeaveir, NY 9-4; Billtogham, Cin 9-5. 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