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Injury to Allen Dulls Sox Win Over Angels By VITO STELLINO UPI Sports Writer a An injury to Dick Allen -Ha ^ jfurllne fracture of his left leg ^Thursday nigfht, dulled Chicago's 2-0 victory over California. The win knocked the Angels "out of first place in the H " American League West and '"'•enabled the Oakland A's to take over the top spot. • Allen was .trying to snare Bill '"Melton's overthrow at first base " "ih the sixth inning when Epstein, a 6-foot-4, 225-pounder, ,fi collided with Mm. He stayed in !• the game until the end of the inning and then was taken to a hospital. Dr. Jules Rasinski, the California Angels' team doctor, said he suffered a hairline fracture of his left fibula. "The healing process will take from one to four weeks," the doctor said. Manager Chuck Tanner said, "We'll just have to hang tough but I think he can come back fast. He recovers fast and he's a tough gay." Chicago took advantage of consecutive errors by shortstop Rudy Meoli to beat the Angels. After the two errors in the second inning oh grounders by Carlos May and Hank Allen, Luis Alvarado lashed a two-run double that produced the only two runs of the game. Steve Stone and Terry Forster made fche two runs stand up by combining on a shutout. In other American League games, Baltimore topped New York, 6-3, Minnesota blanked Texas, 4-0, Detroit edged Milwaukee, 8-6, Oakland nipped Kansas City, 3-2, and Cleveland Register-Mail SPORTS Galesburg, 111., Friday, June 29, 1973 Page 18 beat Boston, 4-2, but lost the second game, 16-7. In the National League, Philadelphia routed New York, 11-4, Montreal beat Chicago, 54, in 18 innings, but Chicago wen the second game. 4-2, Atlanta beat Los Angeles, 3-2, but lost the second game, 8-3, Pittsburgh blanked St. Louis, 60, San Diego beat Cincinnati, 61, and San Francisco edged Houston, 2-1. Don Baylor drove in two runs with a triple in the sixth inning and a sacrifice fly in the eighth as Baltimore moved within one game of the Eastern Division lead by beating first-place New York. Vidia Blue stopped the Kansas City Royals on ithree hits through 7 2-3 innings to get credit for the Athletics' victory over the Royals. The A's scored all their runs in the second inning. The world champion A's now lead the West by one-half game. Rod Carew collected two hits, drove in a run and stole home to back the ifive-hit pitching of Dick Woodson as the Twins beat the Rangers. Woodson allowed only one batter to reach third base. Willie Horton's bouncing single up the middle with the bases filled and two out in the eighth inning gave Detroit the victory over Milwaukee. It was Detroit's fourth straight victory after an eight-game losing streak. Boston collected 19 hits, including a two-run homer by Reggie Smith and a bases- loaded triple by Bob Montgomery, to beat Cleveland in the second game of the doublaheader. In the first game, a three-run homer by designated hitter John Ellis gave Cleveland the triumph over the Red Sox. Home Run By Stargell Paces Bucs * " By FRED DOWN UPI Sports Writer Willie Stargell hit his 23rd homer of the season and 300th of his career and raised his RBI, total to 54 Thursday night asVt 'He Pittsburg Pirates beat thp, ;,St Louis Cardinals, 6-0, behind Dock Ellis' five-hitter. ' The victory moved the Pirates into fifth place and dropped -the~New~¥ork Mets, who;' lost to the Philadelphia Phillies, 11-4, into last place. ThcPirates are still 10 games behind the first-place Chicago Cubs, but appear to be the only team in the National League ^Eastern Division with enough • weapons to challenge for the '.' lead. • Tb'e Cubs beat the Montreal .Expos, 4-2, after losing a •suspended game, 5-4, in 18 innings, the Los Angeles Dodgers scored an 8-3 victory after bowing to the Atlanta Braves, 3-2, the San Diego Padres downed the Cincinnati Reds/ 6-1, and the San Fi?Iri£isco Giants shaded the 'Houston Astros, 2-1, in 10 ipnings in other NL games. A«» e r i c a n League scores ?wete^Boston 16 Cleveland 7, Rafter a 4-2 loss, Baltimore "New York 3, Detroit ^Milwaukee 6, Minnesota *Texas 0, Oakland 3 Kansas City *2,,'and Chicago 2 California 0. X Stargell, who leads the ^majors in homers and is second $n''RBIs in the NL while batting ''.298, homered in the first inning to; give the Pirates a 2-0 lead !~and Al Oliver supplied most of jthe rest of the punch with two ^doubles, a single and three JRBIJT Rick Wise was ham- jpered for 12 hits in 5 2-3 Winnings and suffered his fourth f.loss against nine wins for ^Cardinals. The Phillies dumped the Mets into the cellar with a 13-hit attack which included two homers and four RBIs by Tommy Hutton and a two-run homer by Del Unser. Jim Lonborg went the distance despite allowing 11 hits to make his record 6-6 while Jim McAndrew dropped to 3-6. Bob Bailey singled home Bill Stoneman in the 18th inning, giving the Expos the victory in a game suspended Wednesday after 12 innings but the Cubs came back to take the regularly scheduled game with the help of two homers and three RBIs by Rick Monday. Milt Pappas went seven innings for the victory with Dave LaRoche earning the save for the Cubs. Darrell Evans' 18th hom< : of the season in the eighth toiling of the opener enabled the Braves' Jim Panther to pick up his first victory and handed Los Angeles' Pete Richert his first setback. Dave Lopes had three hits and a sacrifice fly in the second game as Tommy John received credit for his eighth win despite a shaky five-inning performance. Clarence Gaston and Nate Colbert hit homers' and Clay Kirby pitched a six-hitter for his fourth triumph as the Padres dealt Don Gullett his seventh loss. Gullett was ripped for four runs and five hits in 3 2-3 innings. Pete Rose had three hits for the Reds. Garry Maddox singled and scored on a triple by Gary Matthews with two out in the 10th inning to give the Giants their victory over the Astros. Jim Barr went the route for his sixth win while Dave "Roberts the | was the loser. Lee May homered for the Astros. Major League Standings iiliki' - 1 *&i *** National League East w. I. 45 31 34 35 35 37 35 38 32 38 31 38 West w. 1. 49 27 44 33 43 34 38 36 32 44 24 51 Chicago Montreal St. Louis Philadelphia Pittsburgh New York pet. g.b. .592 .493 7% .486 8 .479 8V& .457 10 .449 10V4 g.b. pet. .645 .571 5% .558 6% .514 10 .421 17 ,320 24% Collision at Second Base Astros shortstop Roger Metzger is knocked into the air by attempting to steal second base. Giants beat the Astros 2-1 San Francisco Giants' Dave Kingman (26). Action took place in 10 innings. UNIFAX in their game at Houston Thursday as Kingman was put out 38 Members Inducted Into New Black Hall of Fame crs Complain About reens in Western Open CHICAGO (UPI) - It was a << tough day on the greens for the -pros in the first round of the .3175,000 Western Open and it's !; : not likely to get better. "fllon't see how the greens can got any better," said J. C. .Snead, one of the most explicit Tin his condemnation of the [rough greens as he wound up a ;stroke- off the pace of frontrun- '-ners Arnold Palmer, Bruce >Crampton, and Rick Massen- 'gale. I The only consolation Snead "couldiind was that he will play 'in the morning today since he played in the afternoon Thursday. "They should be better in the morning," he said . Hale Irwin, who was tied with Snead and Billy Casper at 67, only one stroke off the lead, agreed with the analysis of the j greens. j "You can't be guaranteed a NEW Y v ORK (UPI) - "This is not a form of separatism," said Allan Barrow, publisher of Black Sports magazine, in announcing the formation of the Black Hall of Fame, which on Thursday inducted its first 38 members ranging from 80-year- old Fritz Pollard to 26-year-old Bob Beamon. "The prime concept of the formation of this Hall of Fame is to attempt to insure the continuity of success and glory that the black athlete has brought to America and black Americans to the total society." Pollard, the All America running back from Brown University in 1916, broke down ABA Team Will Remain in tears after receiving the loudest ovation of all. "I'm just grateful to still be alive to receive this honor," said the wet-eyed Pollard. In addition to Pollard and Beamon, world record holder in the long jump with his incredible leap of 29-feet Vh inches in the 1968- Olympics, other notable black "athletes of years past to be enshrined included Bill Russell and Elgin Baylor in basketball, Jesse Owens and Harrison Dillard in track, Satchell Paige and Jackie Robinson in baseball and Sugar Ray Robinson and Henry Armstrong in boxing. Comedian Bill Cosby was on hand for Thursday's an nouncement and drew appreciative laughter'for his humorous stories about sports and ath letes in general. Cosby will serve as master of ceremonies at the banquet which it is hoped will raise the necessary funds to begin construction of a Hajl of Fame building to be located here. The complete list of 38 Hall of Fame inductees: Football-Dr. Brud Holland, Marion Motley, Paul Robeson, Jim Brown, Herb McDonald, Pollard and Young. Basketball — Bill Russell, Elgin Baylor, Wilt Chamber- Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. with help for your car, home, life and Health insurance. See me. one-footer will go in," he aaid. "These are very unpredictable surfaces to putt on." Padimer, Cramp ton and Mas- sengalc shot five-under-par 66's to share the firsU 'Ound lead as 36 of the 143 players who turned in scores bettered par with 21 more at par. Three dozen players were within four shots off the lead going into the second round. Palmer and Irwin also play in the morning today. Massengale, Cnampton and Casper have afternoon tee-offs after half the field has had a chance to scar the greens with the marks of heels, ispikes and balls. Crampton's longest putts Thursday were 15-footers for birdies while Massengale holed out one from 30 and another from 20 feet. Palmer's longest season putt was 35 feet. In San Diego SAN DIEGO (UPI) - The San Diego Conquistadors will remain in San Diogo and play next season at the 3,400-seat Community Concourse. American Basketball Association trustees voted, 6-3, Thursday to allow the squad remain here. Three-Year-Old Is Favorite to Win At Arlington Park By ED SAINSBURY UPI Sports Writer CHICAGO (UPI) - Super- to!horse Secretariat will sample the dirt track at Arlington Park We had to struggle to avoid jsurface on which ^ face efforts in certain areas of the, three lesser rivals in a $125,000 league to force a move to Los j invitational race Saturday. Angeles," said Conquistadors'! Trainer Lucien Laurin sched- owner Leonard Bloom. i uled the gallop at dawn even Bloom said the team, which!before the chestnut colt arrived is without a home, will play at by cargo plane from Belmont the concourse next season while Park Thursday. Laurin will a 20,000-seat permanent arena;hold his only scheduled news is being built in nearby Chulaiconference after the workout. Vista. The team played last Secretariat, Horse-of-the-Year at the Cal State-San as a two-year-old and the Diego campus. ninth winner of the Tripl e : three ^ses were assigned in other action, the trustees CmAii as a three-year-old, was pounds with Dave Whiteil adopted a revised policy greeted by more than 300 Tony Hini up on Our Native, regarding undergraduate play-admirers when his plane Leslie Ahrenson Blue Chip Dan ers already drafted. After Sept.'arrived more than two hours an( j Craie Perret on My 1, all such players could be late. Numerous photographers moved to a club's negotiation were on hand, despite a request Uallanl list. that Secretariat be allowed to There was a S ood chance tnat Such an action would allow land without attention. a crowd exceeding the record any ABA club to negotiate for "We wanted to give more|50.638 set July 4, 1971 would the player after making ap- people a chance to see him," Intend, and that betting might plication through the ABA Com-Laurin said in explaining yvhy! exc eed $3 million for the first missioner. Under the procedure, Secretariat was brought from time in Arlington Park history, the team with rights to the Belmont to Arlington for a trip Mutu • player would then have 72 hours Allien probably won't last more today early today, his only, test-of<4h© But Secretariat was expected to add $75,000 in first-place money to his career earnings of $895,242. He was an early 1-20 choice to win the l'/a-mile invitational race. STATE FARM INSURANCE STATE FARM Insurance Companies • Home Offices; Bloomington, Illinois BUD NELSON 929 N. Henderson NOTICE Barbers Take Holiday! Members of the Knox County Professional Barbers Assn. WILL BE CLOSED Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday JULY 2-3*4 lain, Chuck Cooper, Dr. E. B; Henderson. Track—Jesse Owens, Ralph Metcalfe, Rafer Johnson, Harrison Dillard, Wilma Rudolph, Willie "White, Cleveland Abbot, Peacock and Beamon. Boxing —Henry Armstrong, Jose Torres, Muhammad Ali ; Joe Louis, Sugar Ray Robinson? Baseball—Satchel Paige, Roy Campanella, Jackie Robinson, Minnie Mirioso, Roberto Cle- menlc, Willie Mays, Martin Dihigo, Larry Doby and Monte lrvin. Tennis—Althea Gibson and Dr. Robert "Fireball" Johnson. Golf—Charlie Sifford. Indians Split With 89ers; Triplets Lose By United Press International The way tilings are going in American Association baseball, the Indianapolis Indians will have a tough time catching frontTunning Iowa for Eastern Division honors and Evanaville will struggle the rest of the Los Angeles San Francsico Houston Cincinnati Atlanta San Diego Thursday's Results Mtl 5 Chi 4, sus gm, 18 inns Chi 4 Montreal 2, reg gm Philadelphia 11 New York 4 Atlanta 3 Los Ang 2, 1st Los Ang 8 Atlanta 3, 2nd San Diego 6 Cincinnati 1 Pittsburgh 6 St. Louis 0 San Francisco 2 Houston 1, 10 inn* Today's Probable Pitchers (All times EDT) New York (Seaver 9-4) at Chicago (Reuschel 9-4), 2:30 p.m. Philadelphia (Twitchell 6-2) at St. Louis (Murphy 0-3), 9 p.m. 'Montreal (McAnally 5-2) at Pittsburgh (Moose 5-7), 8:05 p.m. San Francisco (Williams 3-0) at Houston (Richard 1-0) 8:30 p.m. Los Angeles (Downing 6-3) at Atlanta (Morton 6-6), 8:05 p.m. San Diego (Troedson 3-0) at Cincinnati (Billingharn 9-5), 8:05 p.m. Saturday's Games New York at Chicago Montreal at Pittsburgh San Fran at Atlanta, night Los Angeles at Cinci, night San Diego at Houston, night Phila at St. Louis, night American League East w. 1. pet. g.b. 41. 33 .554 36 30 .545 J 37 36 .507 3'/ 2 35 35 .500 4 36 37 .493 4Vi New York Baltimore Milwaukee Boston Detroit Cleveland 27 46 .370 13% Oakland California Chicago Minnesota Kansas City Texas West w. 1. 41 34 39 33 .542 37 32 .536 37 33 40 37 24 44 pet. g.b. .547 - % 1 l'/ 2 2 529 519 353 13% Thursday's Results Cleveland 4 Boston 2, 1st Boston 16 Cleveland 7, 2nd Baltimore 6 New York 3 Minnesota 4 Texas 0 Oakland 3 Kan City 2 Detroit 8 Milwaukee 6 Chicago 2 California 0 Today's Probable Pitchers (All Times EDT) Chicago (Bahnsen 96) Oakland (Holtzman 11-7), p.m. Minnesota (Goltz 2-0) California (Hassler 0-1), 11 p.m. Kansas City (Littell 1-1) at Texas (Allen 0-3), 8:30 p.m. Baltimore (Alexander 5-4) Detroit (J. Perry 8-6), 8 p.m. Cleveland (G. Perry 8-9) New York (Medich 5-3), 7: p.m. Milwaukee (Bell 7-7) Boston (Curtis 5-7), 7:30 p.m. Saturday's Games Cleveland at New York Milwaukee at Boston Baltimore at Detroit Chicago at Oakland Kan City at Texas, night Minn at California, night at 11 at at at 30 at Major League Leaders By United Press International Leading Batters National League r sWeWaT ^drew Ih ^'M^Tf 86 ?. 8011 "^^P 0 the division post position with Our Native on the inside, Blue Chip Dan in No. 2 and My Gallant in No. 3. The last three horses will be coupled as the field and there will be only win betting with the bettor choosing Secretariat or the field. j Secretariat will have 126 pounds Saturday and his usual jockey Ron Turcotte. The other 120 to conclude negotiations. titan lour days. i invitational. cellar. The Indians, who lost a doubleheadier at home to Oklahoma City Wednesday night, had to settle for a split against the lowly 89ers Thursday night while the Triplets, also playing at home, bowed to Tulsa in 10 innings, 5-4. Elsewhere, 0 m a h a edged Western Division leader Wichita in H free - wheoling slugfest, 11-10, and Iowa whipped hoat Denver, 7-2. Indianapolis needed two extra innings to take the opener from Oklahoma City, 3-2, finally winning on Ed Armbrister's single with the bases loaded. Southpaw Will McEnaney went the route. The 89ers scored eight of their 11 runs in the first two 1 windows were opened j innings, including a six-run sec- for betting on the 'ond inning, to take, the nightcap or . g ab r. h. pet. Unser, Phil 57 174 30 60 .345 Mota, LA 48 163 20 56 .344 Muttn, Phil 48 13L 22 45 .344 Maddox, SF 63 247 31 82 .332 Wafcsn, Hou 77 282 54 93 .330 Goodsn, SF 64 238 22 78 .328 Torre, StL 64 225 36 73 .324 Fairly, Mtl 61 173 27 56 .324 Mathws, SF 67 223 30 71 .318 Cedeno, Ho 62 243 44 77 .317 American League g. ab r. h. pet. Blmbrg, NY 48 139 25 56 .403 Horton, Det 46 172 23 59 .343 Carew, Min 67 251 44 84 .335 Blair, Bal 62 198 30 64 .323 Kelly, Chi 56 225 35 72 .320 Maybry, KC 76 265 54 83 .313 Hndrsn, Ohi 36 135 21 42 .311 D.Allen, Chi 69 245 39 76 .310 Krkptk, KC 61 220 36 61) .309 Bumbry, Bal 46 131 28 40 .305 Home Runs National League: Stargell, Pitt 23; Aaron, Atl and Bonds, SF 19; Evans, Atl and Monday, Chi 18. American League: Mayberry, KC 19; Fisk, Bos and D. Allen, Chi 16; Hendrick, Clev 15; Spikes, Clev, Bando and Jackson, Oak 14. Runs Batted In National League: Bench, Cin 56; Stargell, Pitt 54; Watson, Hou 51; Ferguson, LA and Bonds, SF 49. American League: Mayberry, KC 72; Jackson, Oak 61; Murccr, NY 48; Melton, Chi and Darwin, Minn 46. Pitching National League: Bryant, SF ,12-5; Ositeen, LA 10-3; Reusg, Hou 10-5; Reuschel, Chi, Sutton, LA, Seaver, NY and Wise, St.L 9-4; Billingharn, Cin 9-5. American League: Wood, Chi 14-10; Singer, Oal 12-3; Hunter, Oak 11-3; Coleman, Det and Holtzman, Oak 11-7. Midwest J By United Press International Waterloo 4 Wis. Rapids 3 Quad Cities 4 Appleton 3 Danville 3 Burlington 1 Decatur 6 Quincy 5 Clinton 6 Cedar Rapids S (15 innings) WARM TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITE'S PHONE 342-0185 111-7. CYCLEINSURANCE Call Us For A Quote Today! CHECK THESE ADVANTAGES: Local Claims Service Competitive Price Lay-Up Coverage 2 Bike Discount Safe Cyclist Discount 6-8-12 Month Policies Pay Plans Available Robert Miller Agency 3430168 CHERRY & SIMMONS

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