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Pt)rptH BJ Btwww9t.Hml, III. Sta , Afil 2$, 1171 Queisser, Wiltz injure knees in ISU football practice i . i u I. ' KM V . A a: J - I a pro Bradley edges ISU on mile relay win By Dsn tSvt PaitUgraph Sptrtt Wrifvr ftradlry rnlvcoily g.nrw-d a nv a-urr ol rrcni;c tih an cay mile rrby tc-lor) Sdlunl.iy. ne Kraei tuixlcd IIIiihus Sl.ile CnivrrMty's Irjik Icirn a 7371 ls tm Die ISU outdoor track to reverse litM(led liMlmir dcciMun al ll.mmk Sl.idium earlier In Ihc year. On March 13. ISU carnrrrd M'; iitils to Itradlcy's 314 and CVnlral Mi.vMKin it 27. bill Hie Itedblrds mailiallcd almml IIm ir entire team againM the I'.ravrs that day. Hurdler Adeola AlMiy.'Klc-Colc. distance runiMT Ken CarLsnn and pole vaulter iVnnis Hrue. who uon four Indoor events in March, were comietinR In lite lrake Raiders take 3rd In tennis tourney M'ltlNWIIJIJ) - T!ie Hl.iominKton llih ScIhniI tennis team placed third in the Springfield llijjh ScIhhiI tennis tournament Saturday, but it look a couple of underclassmen to nail the spot down. Dan Calvin ami Pave Asheim combined lo win the freshman-sophomore doubles over a pair from Quincy lo help the Purple Raiders nudge Quincy for third Dan (The Actor) Calvin also won the fresh-soph No. 2 singles and was the only double winner in the meet. Sieve I 'last was fourth in the frosli-sopli No. I singles. Jacksonville won the meet with 70 points. The other scores were Olney, 40; Bloomington. 3!); Quincy, 37; Decatur MacArthur, 33; Springfield. 21; Lincoln, H: Mattoon, 0. Tom Arnold was the ,top varsity finisher with a second place in tiie No. 6 singles. The varsity matches for Bloombigton and Lincoln: NO. I SINGLES Firil Round Prti Pcrd (B) drifted Bob Wirl (0), I , 6 7. Ted Porry (L) dcl'lrd Mrtrk Risi (5), 6-3 6 i. Sncond Round Jim Flvnn (D AAnc) dptertlpd Rend (B), 6-1, 6-4. Mflson (Q) dMealed Ptrrv (L), 6 0, 6-3. Third Place Rood (B) defeated Ted ferry (L), 6-1, 4-6, 64. NO. 1 SINGLES First Round Jim Enqdbrecht (J) detested Charlie Vauuhan (B;, 6-1. 6-3. Schnack (0) defeated Knochel (L), 6-4, 6-1. ' NO. 3 SINGLES First Round Dave Sklllrud (B) defeated Mike Glover (M), 6-4, 6-3. Jim Patterson (?) defeated Harris (L), 3-6, 9-7, 6-1. Second Round Patterson (0) defeated Skhlrud (B), 11-9, 6-. Third Place Larry Rosser (O Mac) defeated Sklllrud (B), 7-5, 4'4' "2' NO. SINGLES First Round Larry Rowland (B) defeated Ted Hillis (0), 6-4, 4-6, 6 3. Griffin (0) defeated Bob Williamson (L), 6-3, 2-6, 6-2. Second Round Jim Vanlter (J) defeated Rowland (B), 6-2, 6-1. Third Place Rowland (B) defeated Bob Mueller (S), 6-1, 6 2. NO. 5 SINGLES First Round Dick Benitsch (S) defeated Dave Asheim (B), 6-3, 3-6. 8-6. Morris (J) defeated DeJarnette (L), 60, 6-0. NO. 6 SINGLES First Round Tom Arnold (B) defeated Bob Kirk (L), 6-0. Second Round Arnold (B) defeated Jim Spear (0), 6-3, 6-3. Championship Jim Houser (J) defeated Arnold (B), 6-0, 6-2. NO. 1 DOUBLES First Round Hemphlll-Enolebretsh (J) defeated Reed-Vaughan (B), 7-5, 3-6, 6-3. Perry-Williamson (L) defeated Schnack-Mason (Q), 3-6, 6-1, 6-4. Second Round Hemphill-Englebrelsh , (j) defeated Perry-Williamson (L), 6-3, 6-3. iniro ciace Perry-Williamson (L) defeated Risi-Feldhausen (S). NO. 2 DOUBLES First Round Vaniler Vancss (J) defeated Rowland-Sieve Plast (R). 6 0. 6 7. 009 Hester (S) defeated Hams Knochel (L). NO. 3 DOUBLES First Round Skillrorl Arnold (B) defeated Klrk-DcJarnelte (L). 6 3, 6 4. Second Round Morris Houser (J) defeated Skillrud-Arnold (B), 6-4. 75. Third Place Skillrud Arnold (B) defeated Eisen-Mucllcr (S). 6-4, 6 4 si m rj i T I .... v " If Kf ny prblm In tK Mi-Mil lU tn K1 tpfUf fs Rt4,it4t cm rl pttottlffut. ISU'i ml fmvt tort!! alvm, DtMiy Nl4i IrifMI. ttxhi rlH H Bmrt Cltt( It Helping vl rfwfing tpftnf ! 1 pci.c. IISU Phl llrla)! Saturday, while Mike Keen, who won the 231 In March, went along at a nmicomprlitor. Totiy We hImj wrnl to Ik-i Mumet as a rHnamprtitir. Kde, Keen and tlw in-jured ISod M.im ran on ISU's seventh place 4W and 80 yard relay teams at the Kiini.ii ela)i last weekend. Frcthmnn Husty Burr, who was given a lair lt al third in the CSO yard run by aistant roach Carl lleldt. was sidelined by a fol inpiry husl.iioid at Kastcrn IIIuniM last Velm'slay. Mvs was abo hurt at KIU. Dennis (yomai, Kalph Williams and Ihlly lyrwifi did not compete In tlie meet. Tlie Hedbirds sunived tmc of LVsc losses sophmore iSill Cook won the xile vault at H feet and Dave Lindstrom catured Ihc 4 10 yard intermediate hurdles In S8.J seconds but Ihc Braves dominated the sprints and won both relays. Dave Neal. a Normal Community graduate, was the key man for Bradley as he led sweeps in the 220 and 100-yard dashes and ran a leg on each of Ihc relay teams. He was joined br Bruce Ulrich, Mike Lihbec and Kric Walter on the decisive mile relay team for a 3:27.0 time. ISU led 71-68 before the final event. Ulrich led a sweep of the 880 with a l:.r8.1 time, while Joe Williams posted a : 10.0 to win the 100. Neal's times were :22.2 and :50.4 in the 220 and the 440. ISU countered with a sweep of the three-mile, three one-two finishes in the field events and a tie for first in the mile. Iirry Closcn won the three-mile, Alan Taylor and Lindberg tied in the mile, Rich Shelhamcr was first in the shot. Doug Malin.sky won the triple jump and the long jump, while Steve Painter finished first in the javelin and Dale Janssen was best in the discus. ISU won nine of 15 of the individual events. The meet was ISU's last home meet and gave the Keclbirds a 1-2 record for outdoor dual meets. 100 Yd. Dash-1. Wllllflms (B); 2. Willlnoham (B); 3. Feinholj (I). Time: : 10.0. ??0 Yd. Dash-1. Ncal (B); 2. Walter (B); 3. Hampton (B). Time: :22.2. 440 Yd. Run-1. Neal (B); 2. Llbbee (B); 3. Wright (B). Time: :50.4. HBO Yd. Run-1. Ulrich (B); 2. Cook (B) and Sel-denberg (B), tie. Time: 1:58.1. Mile Run 1. Taylor (I) and Lindberg (I), tie; 3. Gamache (B). Time: 4:30.3. Three Mile Run I. Closen (I); 2. Hanrath (I) and Dllley (I), tie. Time: 15:15.7. 1V0 Yd. Hiah Hurdles-1. Bridges (B); 2. Llnd-strom (I); 3. Brokaw (B). Time: :15.1. 440 Yd. Intermediate Hurdles 1. Llndstrom (1); . Wright (B); 3. Bridges (B). Time: :58.4. Long Jump 1. Malinsky (1); 2. Williams- (B) 3. Fredrichs (I). Distance: 21 ft. .V In. Hioh Jump 1. Walllnoton (B); 2. Sweat (I); 3. Richards (I). Distance: 6 ft. 3 In. Pole Vault 1. Cook (I); 2. Brokaw (B). Height: 14 ft. Shot Put-1. Shelhamer (I); 2. Nelson (I); 3. Conway (B). Distance: 50 ft J' i In. Discus Throw 1. Janssen (I); 2. Link (B); 3. Swan III Distance: 143 ft. II In. Javelin Throw 1. Painter (I); 2. Leininger (I); 3. Slrvcharz (B). Distance: IBS ft. 8 In. Triple Jump 1. Malinsky (I); 2. Drendel (I); 3. Willingham (B). Distance: 43 ft. In. 440 Yd. Relay I. Bradley (Williams, Neal, Comp-ton, Willingham). Time: :44.1. Mile Relay 1. Bradley (Neal, Ulrich, Llbbee, Waller). Time: 3:27.0. Andrus dies RIVEREIDE, Calif. (AP) - A race driver was killed Saturday when his car hit a retaining wall, flipped over and disintegrated during practice for a qualifying run for the L&M Continental Grand Prix at Riverside International Raceway. Driver Mel Andrus, 39, of Kearns, Utah, a former sprint car driver, died at Riverside Community Hospital 45 minutes after the accident. Doctors said he suffered severe head and chest injuries. An uUriiJ't f4tS unm-mf at Pwmu lwe $ tkodcj Saturday ty it)wnr li tjuartrfWi ifM Quritscf a'J tkfri-.iite latilr Jim tt.hx (Suit) tl!!rml kf bi)4!r, al"! lH will U tkainiM t) a t k iiif Mljy to drtcnntiw tlir p!ju. it:u tit lite to, Hue mjuf) to W.lii rar4 to l trrt xfHiu He UH t.V k M mi crukw But any iu-4 ii io)ur tt iir lu l hit Cuacfi Ijirry luicm lMu M Utalh (jtitjff U IK t.ly rifvftrfrH quaMi-fWk m t! linfWftl rtrf thi Ptna. aJ U Utitit up by thrt Tla wm lUrolJ U! Jml tMay, tun," IUU-uH MkJ " II rJl- had f day, lit ai lhfui. afi rvcfulutf rtl, Allrf tlx? Uvus-y , JKjj,1i, c liVwht r )uUl h.lj inn 14 (yr. Ii at a pftTulnitaf nmiutr " Uiltjtv, a lo)rr rtfular, u wne ( SV't tiKtre UWtiircJ drtrtstne firr-former. Jl hmz U lvt iprinj lof U.M laid line tmcU lrty Uasnrr. Moose bowling leaders survive another day All II iVadrrt tafJ ci lp. bat a Nlh Aurora tram. Ilrrd'f. rlutsljrd mio IImj Mfttftd p4 el htwlH-ap tram Handing! in tlx IHtin.u Ik A variation lUmlmg T'4jrTiamnt a! He Oakland Bow I Saturday. Herd's had a J.IW total. 18 behind Tlv Winner of !tlunminctn. Itnl T)prrtlT of Krwanrc and l"m!lae' Kabhc SJkp moved n!4 U!h and r ijthih. mprrtivcly, in IJW team tandinK. Harry Ditto and Glenn Korth of Bivrr Groe retained Ihrir d'ioblc h.irxln;ii lead of Ull. while I'witl.ic's llrb Hurtle U !ill best in the xncli'S nm-petition with a 6'6 handicap M-orc. Caul Barth of Bloomincton l all c vein leadtr with a 1.929 handicap total. Tl tiHjrney, now in tin? furlh of 10 week, continues with mucUi and doublet at Circle Lanes and team events at the Oakland Bowl tod.iT. I 1 H WrirtfWV Hrw3ffW 4 " kyiMt, Ou'ic t t wl TTfavti. " fam PanUM . t tin4lf 10 Minion, Ovcr )-( "tt l'ill(fk luisrlinll r est 1 If Wlvan 4. It. (roll I d 4vr4 m t II l. Illmoit l 7-4. I.r.l Mm t Iftn.nat rn. 14 11. C" S f fcwthA lll.nott til. tAplpn lllinotk 7 1 MiHMtM 47. Msrlhat,tMn I II Vxrn IIIckmi taadviii 10. iouiw' MiV Kt !ll J.? lOWlXrrn lllinon S, "n'JI 4 Ball State beats ISU in 1 3, but loses nightcap Ml'NCIE. Ind. -I'sing 16 walks to stay alive, Ball Stale finally nudged Illinois State, 8-7, in 13 innings, but the Redbirds came back to win the nightcap in seven innings. 4-1, for a Midwestern Conference split Saturday. Freshman Larry Bullington delivered a two-out single to drive in pinch runner Dick Collins to end the opener. Dennis Reedy, pinch-hitting for Lynn Jackson, drew a walk from Terry McFadden to get the inning started. Collins ran for Reedy and took second on a sacrifice. ISU took a 7-6 lead in the 11th when McFadden was safe on an error and scored, after a sacrifice, on another error. Bullington kept Ball State alive with another two-out single to drive in Joe Mason, who had earlier singled and moved to second on a sacrifice. Bullington had three hits in five trips to the plate in the opener. In the nightcap, the Redbirds bunched all three of their hits in the fifth inning to produce four runs. After two walks pitcher Bob Housman drove in one run with a single, before Tom Monschcin and Mark Chuvola followed with singles to score three more runs. Ball Stale had taken a quick lead in the first on a single by Dennis Barry, a wild pitch and another single by Steve Lane. Housman hurled the entire game and never allowed another runner past se-never allowed runner past second base after the first inning. He scattered six Montreal wins over Minnesota ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -The Montreal Canadiens, with Frank Mahlovich and Jacques Laporriere supplying the fire power, frustrated tlie Minnesota North Stars 6-3 Saturday night and took a 2-1 edge in their National Hockey League Stanley Cup semifinal bcst-of-7 playoff series. rr hi thi iitjury u M i .-fu a II tv4tl " l.j,.iJj h t4 Ili'ti rt Na i4 lc .- lr t 4t t,ar4 tJ'.cinUt Id Cth J!tl tll!:lrp llaj.n.brukh ran run l'-4t tt tx l i) ," C.il Up uhi Ho l a a k4 t4 ti4ilatV lc) t an take IJ-4 tail ilnj " sl tAlurt o quaMntuitii aie M VtlnAie tt4 Tn iSurrlJ In mvr (jji.!1, it a U HftHtn U is Itnltartti ILI-'Wi lH a'tl r-ru l "t. Hlhli:j Mil i4 a l c I .ok liar !J, U4 1i4ts-av t ul rtf l1.kift l'.atl lJ IcTft rnklMrxl I'r 4tKiUk WtV, 'V,i t.jtt nrvttal 4j iv'.i m a ! land lwlln). run, at-4 la-t, ftt Mmf if tut IkJI ,i!hJ I Mtia'W-t jtitiit'i ttt Uih lu fvaifi V.v rtd rr, Hjiftitiuih alM H4t4 a rxiHuu! jScil uf urtdi a rttae, t4 littt Raid ers recover Big 12 twin bill with Decatur By Svt Adamt PanlagraptS Wnltf UirATlR - l;rtT.if;!nfl lli Stx-4 ba;lal tram pkkrd IIm-H up ;i; r a di;atniui M-unih-miiin? u tn Central Catholic grabs twin bill from Lexington By Ed Pyi u:xint.to' - Tiinren u m-t iHtT!kanly an unlucky numler. Central CallHilic proi-d thai I wire Saturday al-ternnon senrmg 13 runs In each half nf a ixincorifereniT diibk hcadVr againM Ixx-ii jjton Itih StUml, Tlie S.nntjt racked up nine runs in their hnd time at bat lo pvc onlookers a bint if what was In ome later. Central Catholic lk the initial cnoMinter, 13 9, .iiM the nightcap. 13 7. Central Catholic's Dan nichardvm unloaded a grand-slam home run in that big first Inning. Four walks, a pinch-hit Mnglc by Dave Bradley and another safety by Richardson concluded the attack. The Minutemen retaliated with two runs of I of righthander Steve Nolan in tlie iM.ttom half of the first and scored hits to make his record 1-2. He struck out six and walked no one. Tlie second game was limited to seven innings bv common agreement. ISU is 12 ami Ball State is 2 1 in the Midwestern. rm$T GAME Bail Stat Shuck.lt Illinoit Slatt at) r h bi Vnnrh.n,cl 4 0 0 ? rhuvala.it 4 17 0 NicholOb 6 110 Hill.-lnv.lb 10 0 0 r h bi 1 0 0 1 3 7 7 1 0 I 1 1 1 7 J 0 I 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 c 1 0 0 Pul'nalon.ii Barry. lb lan.rt Caio.f I Blrttkotcr.c Trrvr'rb Bauih lb Mason, 3b Hoflcir.p Cod'nqton.p b Campb'll Jarkson.p C Rfr(Jv d-Collins Klcn.lb PnOnrv.?t) Nowirki.c Puitorak.rl Hoian Stf inb'.ch.p Shav.p a Camp'nlla Gordon, p 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 17 1 5 7 7 0 5 1 i I 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 McFadOen.p 3 10 0 Tol-Vs 7 1 6 TitrtH 41 I II a .-Struck out for Shay In ih; b '.truck out for Coddinqton In 7th; c wiik.-d to' Jiickson in 13th; d ran lor Rcirly In 13th. Illinois State Ball Stale . . 000 113 100 010 0--7 . 000 04? 000 010 l- E-Shuck, Bullimdon 3. PO ISU, 38; Ball !iale, 39. DP Nichols and Klein. LOB -ISU, 17; Ball State. 1. JB Cat, Chuvala, Hoqan. 3B Bullington, Cafe, Biackoter, Nowickl. SB Blacketer, Chuvala. Nichols 7, Pultorak 7. S Shuck ?, Bullington 0, Cafe, Monschein 2, Nichols, Klf-in, Nowicki. SF Steinbach, ip . 4"l tr bb it S'nback Shay Cordon MrFdrtdcn (L, 1-1)' HnfMr foddinaton 3 3 5 3 4 t 5 0 2 Jackson (W, 1 -0 2 ojt when winning run scored. HBP-By McFadden (Lane) WP-Gor-don. Balk-McFadden. T 4:15. A 200. SECOND GAME Illinois Slate Ball Slate ab r h bi r h bi 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Monschein. cf 4 111 Shuck.lt Bul'ngtn.ss Barry, lb Lane.rf Cate.cf Blacketer.c Terver,7b Chuvala, If 2 0 12 Nichols, 3b 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Nowicki, c Hallidsv.rf Pultorak, rf Hogan,?b Klein, lb Newman, ss Housman. B 0 0 0 0 2 10 0 2 0 0 0 a-Campbell 3 10 0 Mason, 3b 3 111 Overstreet.p Ponto.o b-Reedy Rigsle.p c-Haviiand ToM's 77 4 3 4 Tetals ?7 1 6 1 a Struck out for Terveer in 7th; b struck out for Ponto in 5th; c struck out for Riggle in 7th. Illinois State . ono OtO 0 4 Ball State 100 000 O-l E-Barry, 'pultorak. PO A-ISU, 21-6; Ball Stan-, '1-14. LOB-ISU. 3; Bill Siite. 5. 2B Mason. SB Nichols, Hogan. Ho jsmajy ip I) 7 6 4"i 3 !3 0 2 0 r tr bb so 110 6 4 4 5 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Housman (W, 1?) Ovcrstrest (L. 2-1) Poitio . . R'sgie WPHousman. Overstreet. T-!:J0. A- B-Iwn Wis mUfrJ If U fcli.'M. "Thu was Mur Ust tfun MaVt." I k4 "V t)c'ft Kit ar4 iv lefts fscxVrd tV.rt !.aJI l hak Uc !.:! Ijie a M i4f ul la tli nh litcmne Li. Uul r air kJ;! al a ItUil brf l4 pv;J u " Sl' tV.: laitVtjt ll.4!l a'ti. -jI llttstrfr CtJU TkW rwjf Vlshj a Mpit.- B-Uxi t4 ti-!:tiap wi!h K ut-lre,site lit , Hrt-y u ttiitif (4 IV j.!atr HtJ Jml!y, aJ br s4 I Jtr ftraV. lUUn ai "AtUf alt. In Wat lalrg ru'l ' ' at-u. - tUuap tJi'Ajfc-Til llir liijc j.'.ay m r-wurajring " We l ad U'.'r M.iit M m h i k," Itt .ax ''tte r.r ltir )tt. M mi'.H u4 .Vy r.al ai- U&mn Iktr tiil t"i- r I 4 o - Mr itcy timt'A. and 13 ywi, r uuMf, like ii y arr tVr " 'thtr timir.g It twitur.;, e .al to l!e frl cam av p f.ii St-jwa llrraliir. II. in ll ltiMap lo rani a pwl t4 a Bifi 12 CuDlerriHe d ib5 hak r N re Saiurday. Tlw Ut4 rallnd Irwn Uh.nd l Mrr two more in the mwikJ Inning on link Strphry'a h4 Into lle k-ll fwkl corner. Tlie Saints addctl two runs in the third and single tallies In the fourth and sixth. Dave Bradley figured In all tlie M'Ting with two more singles and d'whle lor a perfcfl game al lite plate. Tom Bardell and Mike Bradley each had two ningks. Bill BuM.h had a home run lor U -ingtun In a lour-run sixth inning upromg. bul it wasn't enough. In Ihc nightcap. Uie Saints h-d all Ihc way. The visitors hit taxingtoit righthander Kd Moore for five crucial runs in tlw hip of the fourth that put the game out of reach. Two errors, a Richardson single, a Bardwtlt double, a single by pitcher Stu Salowit and a single by Mike Bradley made it 102. Central Catholic is 811-1 while Ixx-ingtoii is 3 4. I1T CM Ctnlral Ca'HWK Ltnin O '" II I I I P flmh e i J ) 0 (;H'0 ?t 4 7 4 ) Slrirfrr 4 4 1 I 0 ! 16 7 7 0 0 'nv.,ti 1 I I I '0tll.lr S 7 7 I lot.rm-nt J I 0 0 fc.rn Ooo.lt) 4 I J '-k, 4 1)0 l'i li 110 0 l""n"l o 4 0 17 l V IKII.il 10 11 H'o.n II 4 0 10 1 Mifll rl 4 0 10 Ail .m fl 0 0 0 0 M c 5 13 0 R Huxn.rl i U I Knin o 1 7 0 0 Dun.lwf.lr 4 17 0 S-tlnw.lr a 10 0 0 Haa.tJft.il 2 10 0 S'O'iic.lf I 0 I I TM(I( Mil 14 II t'Ui: a- Sinuied lor O'llfn luvilKj lur OtlH In Jrd. C'nlral Caltl&liC Lciniiton . . n IS n hi. It W7 101 0-11 m oq4 o t f - Plcha'dvon, V. nr1iy 7, Haas, r,rim, Johann, Barnard, ' Durth.. rO A-Onlrl Calhillf, 719; I e.in.iKn, . LOH -fnfrl Olholir, 10. I fin'j-ton, 6. ;B O. Bra1!py, StThrv, Von'p. Olf.rimM. MR Richardson. B buscn. SH-Bardwell 7. I i 1 1 Ii r tr bb to 13 9 j I 7 7 0 0 0 1 14 13 10 I 3 Nolan (W. J JI Saiowit; Barnard (L.0-1) WP- Barnard 3. U Childer and Maxwell. T 2: li. SECOND GAVE Central Catholic Ltmnsiton ab r h bl ab r h bl 0'R'rke.3b.o 3 7 0 0 Moore, p. ?b 4 110 Vtth.ws,ss 5 4 4 2 Steohev.ib 4 0 3 2 D Br flley.?b 5 7 13 B Busch.rf 4 0 0 0 R'chdsn.lb.p 4 I 3 7 Johansen.sj 4 110 Bardwell.rf 5 17 3 Brown, If 3 17 0 Siruic.if 3 0 0 0 b Grimes, If 1100 a Crawford 1 0 0 0 Barnard ct 3 0 3 1 ORrien.lt 0 0 0 0 DunahPClb 3 110 c Kanrter 1 0 0 0 P.Bu-ch c 4 17 1 S'ltr.D.ib.lb 4 0 11 Vifli ns.7b.p 3 111 M.tVrtrilny.c 4 0 11 Elliott. cf 3 3 2 0 Totals 3(113 14 1? Totals 31 7 14 s a- Popocd out tor Slogic in 6th; b-ran for Brown in 6th; c hit into double piny for O'Brien in 7th. Central Catholic 20 Soo 313 Lexington 110 005 0 7 E O'Rourke, O'Brien, M. Bradley, B. Busch 2, lohansen, Dunahee. Vidzunias 2. PO-A-Central Catholic, 21-10; Lexington, 21-7. DP Richardson unassisted; D. Bradley. Matthews-and Richardson; Sti-p'iey and Dunahee. LOB Central Ceth-oiic, ; Lexington, 7. 2B Matthews, Bard-well, Moore, Brown, Vidunias 3B Matthews. SB Elliott, Barnard.' ip . 5': bb so 0 0 Salowitz (W, 1-2) Richardson O Rourke . . Moore (L, 1-1) . Vidzunias 1 5'i P.J U Maxwell and Childers. T 2:12. Indl iana rallies to knot playoffs SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) - Mel Daniels and Roger Brown led a fourth-quarter Indiana surge that lifted the Pacers to a 105-102 victory over Utah Saturday night and deadlocked their American Basketball Association West Division finals at three games apiece. SUMMARY INDIANA UTAH OFT ..OFT Brown 8 4 4 ?0 Wise 8 9 in ?s Nn.ciiy 5 5-7 IS Pobhinj ? o o' 4 Danirij 4 4 5 1? Batv 13 6 9 3; 1"'S 7 0-0 4 Jackson 3 1) , Keiirr 11 4 5 ?8 Combs 7 ? 3 is Mount ? 0 0 4 Boone 3 5-S II Armstrno 8 7-5 18 Stone 3 00 6 Sid 7 O? 4 Totals 42 l-2 105 Totals ?4-? 10? tndiana Utah 74 70 30 ? 105 70 31 21 33102 Ind ana 25. U'.ih ?? Toai lou's rrr $ tHfcf ftd-a! Utfl Ur Uli 414 IN Li " I Hi-' ui a t ui H.a tkvt.iue fni Sa'at Jj a ikjaiinir fvn t? J 3 it.t.l II al a U1 l' I f icitlal a1 ,. We ifr if t !.. I ! lea;," j!. f Ij.'aifird I K la li.al we Jlf ta',) ! I ifr wtra rl! a'xl IJir u'xf iv ll.at tttiltffl 1.. i jti ii-k U " ti 13 1 la!, a 'ira-! Wt'H tin- tlcfrftsjie j. j t4 l; uiw, T'jr MfTt aM Vftf '!. :r. juitl rie ttij Aft'ljf I u-u j.n in iv !fi Urf, atl alt j t..j,,Jrf t) IAanc, J.I1 v4ft-n4T lot ffXifM jt: TftH, will har a l4i.l B.snt n tt nday t a Mi !:. 4 rxMl t afl a! ? (in l UiO UH.:5cVfy II &i &h'A Well haf a M il 4k Ii &i tin rk ii tet rvtjy," Iwttiun mkL split ! rim In t' fin.il Inning of Ust 1 jwr lf a & I hmry our lh Iurj4e l.4i'! r who wrnt tnta l) (ante with a .4iir jc.ihk? wiitiiir.jj trrak. I'.oi I;l'minl(jri H tle pitchinij and (Minna of HthafxJrr J4n Adm to lh Mtotl ysiTW triumph und U)t4 tn Ihc ti n k iA ihinm in race lor tlie ctinlcrcnce 1 lumjmmihip. Tlxr pht left DIIS with m 72 Icapjc mirk wiih live game remaining. No iiUirr ci'hirrrncc team hai Irii than two iifs-V Irc;i!ur in 5 5 in Hie P.ig 12 and U oxtr all. I'.!mtriing1iiii hat a 12 3 tcivxi riTord. Tte llt-tls Ii4at r.limmirton's Unrt in tin first game In right handitl pitcher iJ'ibm 0'p r. I !ut the burden of oVIeat rested iit i iiiirrly on Dn-pt r'n sIihiIJ r. A n tly crrir. Iwo Infirld luti and a uvmiI ball all afiir two wi re out lid tlx fing ami winning runs In Iht M-wnih after HHS had carried a 4-2 lead into the final fra?n. I'MiKimmgton h.w at least three chanrr"! lo end lte game with only otic run Muring bul couldn't turn Ihc trick in the field. The winning run scored when with Ihc bases loaded a Cooper pitch g't away from catcher Dave Todd, permitting Jim Imglai to score the clincher. Tdd retrieved the ball and could very will have nailed Douglas at the plate with a short loss lo Cooxt. but Ihc Haider receiver instead decided to try and make Ihc lag himself. He failed. P.IIS reached Ik-aclur righthander Jon Sherman for just two hits, scoring all four of its runs in the fourth inning when the Kuls' hurlcr walked four batters. Steve Vandevcnder delivered a two-run single off the glove of Decatur Icftfielder Douglas for the final two runs of the inning after .Sherman had walked across the first two. Adams won his third decision without defeat in the second game, allowing just five hits ami striking out seven. He also stroked three hits and drove in two runs, in addition to scoring twice himself. Mike Abfalder, who had three singles in four at bats, slick-lielding sophomore shortstop Jimmy Oien and Cooper each produced run-scoring hits for Blooming-ton. FIRST GAME Oecalur Buril'ck.cf Do'J'jlas.lf B';ck,ss Rire.lb Bauman.?b Pollock, c Randals.'Jb Shnrman.p Drrv.rf a-lnman Bleominqlon ab r h bl MOO. 3 I 0 0 2 I 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 l 0 I ? 0 0 I 3 0 l 0 3 0 I 7 2 0 0 0 ab r h bi 3 7 7 I 4 I l 0 4 17 3 3 0 0 0 3 0 7 0 3 0 0 7 10 0 3 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 10 0 0 O'en.ss Mrd:S.?b C VJPCr.D AW.iirter.rl Tortile S-'i man, If Peril, lb V,u.d'v(Jr,3b Barr.cl Tolals 214 2 4 TolaH ? 5 8 4 4 -Grounded out for Drew In 7th. Bloomington Decatur 0"0 400 0-4 001 001 35 E Randals, Vandevendr, Barr. PO-A Bioomincfton, 20- Itwo out when winning run scored); Decatur. 21-10. DP Oien, V.-irdis and Pe3. LOB B loom mjton, 4; Di'Calur, 6. HR Bck, SB-Barr, Bur-ditK. S Cooper, Oien. ip h r tr bb so Cooner (L. 4-7) 6 -, 8 5 3 7 10 Sherman (.V, 4-1) 7 2 4 2 6 7 HBP- Bv Cooper (Rice). Balk -Cooper 3. PB-Todd 2. U Hartman and Zacnary. T-I.-40. SECOND GAVE Decatur Bloomington ab r h bi r h bi 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 ' 0 ooo I 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 Oien ss Vardis.JO Cooper, lb Abi'ldr.rt.cf Tocldc Sdlnian.lf Vand'vdrjb B,irr,cf a Reed H:n"S.rf Adams, o 4 111 5 110 5 0 2 1 4 13 1 4 110 12 0 0 2 0 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 2 3 2 Burdick.cf Johnson, c Douqlas.lf.cf Beck.ss Inman.Jb Rice.lb.rf Waite.rf Bauman,2b Pollock.cib Tapscott.D Gardner .d Hawkins. D Panoais.rf.lf Drew.lf T-.ita's 31 8 n 6 Totals a Waited for Barr in 4th. 2o 4 i 3 piromm'jton Decatur 000 4?? 08 200 0P2 0-4 E- penman. Beck. Inman. Adams. PO-A Rloomnqton. l-7: D"calur. 21-13. DP inmn. Baurran and Pollock. LOB Frxjmmiiton. 17; LVcat'ir, 6. 2B Todd. VI O en 2. S Vandcvender. Inman. SF tl J 5 3 j 7 1 3 2Vl 1 r er bb so 4 3 4 7 3 2 3 ! 3 0 11 2 I I 3 Art-ims IW. 30) T.ipcoft &.."1-wr (L. 0-2) Hawkins HBP - By Tapscott (Saliman); by u-ikms (T:od). U Zachary and Haxi. man. T 2 00. r-f-r- - - ------J---',-'--- ' - - i n r y y -

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