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4 I 1 * f * • « '•,-9 •v -v W** •iff *-* **** ' 'I fit !«* - .J *- 1 US ** •4 • 1* No By FRED DOWN UPI Sports Waiter Phil Niekro's performance in pHching the first no-Ntter in the Atlanta Braves' history was best summed up by Nate Colbert of the San s Padres. SS'ffe just threw knuckteballs more kmitidetelte," said *CMbert. "And we didn't hit .him." t[i* Niefcro, who was a 23-game Stfiner in 1969 but hw been a fSWOi>iticher during most of his career, knuckled his way to the National League's first no-hitter •SaKthe season Sunday in a 9-0 Victory over the Padres. The 3f year-old right-hander said he was aware of the no-hitter all h HP the way, knew that Warren Spahn was the last Braves' pitcher to hurl a no-hitter when the club was in Milwaukee in 19(11 and that Darrell Evans and Paul Casanova kept re* minding him to throw nothing but knu ciders. The St. Louis Cardinals swept a doubleheader from the New York Mets, 3-2 aid 4-1, the Montreal Expos shaded the Chicago Cubs, 3-2, Che Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Philadelphia Phillies, 4-1, the Los Angeles Dodgers nipped the San Francisco Giants, 4-3, and the Cincinnati Reds topped the Houston Astros, 7-1, in other National League games. American League scores were Cleveland over Milwaukee 6-5 and 4-1, Chicago over Texas 7-3 and 5 -4, Detroit 8 New York 6, Minnesota 7 Kansas City 1, Boston 7 Baltimore 4 and Oakland 6 California 2. Nietoo started the season in the bullpen because of mn trouble but became a starter when Manager Eddie Matthews and pitching Coach Lew Bur* dette suggested he could help the Braves by pitching With short rest like Wilbur Wood of the Chicago White Sox. He's been the Braves' most reliable starter since then and has an 11-5 season record. The Braves made the game a " with a four-run inning outburst which Rejlster-M Galesburg 1 Monday Page Laugtoe built their lead to 84. Casanova started it with an inskfe»tne* park homer and the Braves added three more runs to seal Steve Arlin's loth loss against six wins. Ralph Garr hail three straight hits and scored three runs for the Braves' before retiring after the fourth inning with a pulled hamstring. The noWtter was the fifth of the seaton in the majors, the otner lour lumng ueen pnenm by American Leaguer* Steve Busby, Nolan Ryan (2) and Jim Bibby. The Cardinals, who built their lead in the NL Bast to five games, won their opener with the Mets on nm-saxlng *ev* enth*inning singles by Bake MeBride and Lou Brock, giving Alan Poster his ninth win and tagging 13-game winner Tom Seaver with his sixth loss. Rick Wise pitched ia five-hitter and drove in two runs with a homer and a sacrifice fly in the nightcap, Hfting his record to 134. I Ron Fairly's two-run single in the seventh inning enabled the Expos to beat the Cubs before a crowd of 31,019, largest ever to see a baseball game in Montreal Mike Marshall pitched the last two innings to earn his 21st save and protect Mike Tone*' sixth victory. Burt Hooton's record for the Cubs dropped to 940. Richie 2isk had (two doubles and a single and drove in two runs for the Pirates as Dock Ellis picked up his lLth win and Dave Ghistr earned his 14th save. Wayne Twitchell suffered his (fourth loss against 10 victories for the Phillies. The Dodgers scored three unearned runs as a result of two San Francisco errors as they maintained their three- i' >|W!H .dtp*: A WW,- Major League Standings National League East American League i. Wt 61 50 pet. ,550 g.b. I. 56 55 .505 5 54 55 ,495 53 56 .486 adelphia York 52 60 48 60 .464 .444 6 7 11% Baltimore Detroit New York Boston Milwaukee Cleveland w. 58 48 59 61 50 52 pet. .547 .541 .540 gb. I 58 51 52 57 .532 Vh ATI 42 70 .375 7!4 19 lias Angeles Cincinnati West w. 69 67 I. 42 pet. .622 g.b. West I. 46 .593 3 San Francisco 61 49 .555 Vk 57 57 .500 13V4 Houston SaTTDiego ' Saturday's Results St.* Louis 4 New York 3 Ctoci 7 Houston 6, 11 inns S&n; Fran 3 L.A. 2, 11 inns Oakland Kansas City Minnesota Chicago California 63 48 64 49 55 53 pet. .568 USA g.b. .509 6V& 55 56 .495 8 51 41 57 68 11 Pifebrg 5, 1st Pittsforg 11 PWla 4, 2nd Star* Diego 4 Atlanta 3, 1st j^ahta 14 San Diego 3, 2nd Montreal 6 Chicago 1 52 64 .448 19' 2 37 73 .336 31^1 Texas Saturday's Results Kan City 6 Minn 4 Texas 9 Chicago 3 N.Y. 3 Detroit 2,14 inn. Milwaukee 9 Cleveland 4 .472 lOVfc .376 21 Sunday's Results St/'.'Louis 3 New York 2, 1st St, Louis 4 New York 1, 2nd Prtt^burgh 4 Philadelphia 1 Montreal 3 Chicago 2 Atlanta 9 San Diego 0 Cincinnati 7 Houston 1 Losi Angeles 4 San Fran 3 today's Probable Pitchers Oft f All Times EOT Baltimore 4 Boston 1 Oakland 3 California 2 Sunday's Results Cleve 6 Mito 5, 1st Cleve 4 Milw 1, 2nd Detroit 8 New York 6 Chicago 7 Texas 3, 1st Chicago 5 Texas 4, 2nd Minn 7 Kan City 1 Boston 7 Bait 4 Oakland 6 Calif 2 Today's Probable Pitchers AU Times EDT Cleveland (Ferry 10-15) at Chicago (Stone 3-4), 8:15 p.m. New York (Stottlemyre 12-9) at Detroit (Strahkr 4-4), 8:15 p.m. Cfiit^go (Bcnham 4-2) at Mont- Boston (Moret 4-0) at Baltimore reat; (Moore 5-10), 2:15 p.m. (Hood 2-2), 8:15 p.m. Houston (Reuss 11-8) at Cincin- (Only games scheduled) naiU (Billingham 15-7), 8 p.m. &£" Louis (Cleveland 7-5) Tuesday's Games at Boston at Kan City, nigW; Mfffc York (Stone 7-3), 8 p.m. Bait at Minn, 2, twi-night Les--Angeles (Downing 8-6) at Cleve ait Chicago, night San Diego (Kirby 7-11), .10:30 Calif at Milwaukee, night p .in. (Only games scheduled) 1 game lead over to* Reds in the NL West. Bill BtiAftftr drove in two of the Dodgers' rum as Tommy John went 713 innings for hit 11th win. Bobby Bonds hit his dOth ttomif of the season making this Hie second season in his career during which he has hit 30 homers and stolen 30 bases. Four other players have demonstrated that combination of speed and power a total of five times in baseball history. Ross toimsiey pitched an eight-hitter for 1 the Reds scored four unearned runs off Jim Richard in the second inning and then kayoed him with a three-run splurge in ibe fifth. Joe Morgan drove in two runs for the Reds. Inducted Warren 4 Into Baseball Hall of Fame By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Editor COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (UPI) — Warren Spahn, the high- kicking, lion-hearted lefthander who never choked up on the mound, figures he will today when he's inducted into baseball's Hall of Fame. Spahn, fifth biggest winner in major league annals with 363 victories, enters the Hall along with five others, two of whom, Monte Irvin and George Kelly, are still living, and three others, Roberto Clemente, Mickey Welch and Billy Evans, who are dead. "I wouldn't be surprised at all if my eyes get a little damp and it becomes hard for me to talk,'' said the 52-year-old Spahn, who was a 20-game the Boston Braves and Milwaukee Braves and now serves as pitching coach for the Cleveland Indians. "I know you're supposed to have a speech ready for an occasion like this, but I dtfi't know what I'm gonna say. I'm gonna talk from the heart. I'm gonna say what I feel at the moment. "I think I'm gonna say I was proud to pitch to Roberto Clemente, I was proud to have played with Hank Aaron, proud of the era I pitched in, and proud of the heritage I come from—the heritage where you had to work hard and scrounge for a buck." Holds Many Records He holds major league records for most years leading the league in victories, 8; complete games, 9, and most consecutive years leading in complete games, 7. His 363 victories represent the most ever achieved by a lefthander and his 13 years of winning 20 or more games also is a major league record. he holds record the for Spahn holds so many records, winner 13 different times with'he can't remember them all. Rankin Bis Winner $35 ,000 Pabst By GENE CADDES COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) Judy Rankin, a 23-year-old mother of one from Midland, Tex., went over the $50,000 mark in earnings for the year when she won the $35,000 Pabst Classic Sunday by three shots over Debbie Austin. . Mrs. Rankin, who entered the final round with a four-shot disqualifedd, along with B6th Stone, Jane Blalock end JoAim Prentice for taking improper relief from some guy wires on small trees during Saturday's second round. The disqualifications In addition, National League years pitching in the league, 21; seasons pitching for one club, 20; games pitched, 750; games started, 665; strikeouts, 2,583, and shutouts by a lefthander, 63. Among those on hand to see Spahn being inducted will be his wife, Lorene, his 24-year-old son Gregory, and his 78-year- old father Edward, whom he once played with on the same team in Buffalo, N .Y., where he was born and grew up. Welch Won 300 Games Irvin, 54 and now a member of the baseball commissioner's staff, and Clemente, who would have been 39 in ; two weefes, both were cohiiempor^fies of SpahnV Irvin starred in the Negro leagues before helping the New York Giants win two pennants, and Clemente was killed in an Oakland at Detroit, 2, twi Texas at New York, 2, twi Nettles, Beats Cash on r i or h Major Lea-sue Leaders New York Yankees' Graig Nettles, bottom, beats Detroit Tigers' first baseman Norm Cash to the bag after Cash knocked down Nettles' grounder and ran*to the bag to at­ tempt the putoyt in the eighth inning of the game at Tiger Stadium Sunday. Detroit defeated New York 8-6. .UNIFAX a Young an Betty Burfeindt, shot a par; 72 lead over Donna were airplane disaster four months made prior to the start of the final round by Rene Mondine Mowry of the LPGA tour. The win, worth $5,250, ed Mrs. Rankin's co-directors and Larry i in >St- money on the 6,500-yard Riviera j winnings for the year to $53,093, Country Club course Sunday for the top figure on the LPGA a 54-hole total of 212. jtour. Miss Austin, who had alGiants, helped Miss Burfeindt, however, was final round 70 for a total,of 215,|nants in 1921, after becoming the 11th player in major league history to collect 3,000 hits. The .former Pitt^urgh superstar led the National League in batting four times. Kelly, 76-year-old one-time first baseman for the New York them Ou .o Rose, Cin National League 112 Chi 104 Wafson, H 114 C -dsno, Hi 93 TJns*r, Phil 93 Grlsen, S 1 ? 92 Grubb, SD 84 BR'sn, Phil 77 Maddx, SF 95 * M'ths, ,SF 100 ab r. h. pet. 462 84 377 60 426 76 346 62 301 48 347 35 293 41 285 43 377 345 50 49 157 121 136 110 94 108 91 88 116 106 American League ab r. h. g. at> r. n. pet. Mn 101 390 65 133 .341 Horton, Dt 72 263 33 108 437 .340,Cafw, .321 .319 May, Mil .318 Mrcr, NY 112 .312 D.Alln, Ch 72 •31l!Davis, Bal 89 .311'Otis, KC 108 .309 .3 .307 66 434 53 250 39 369 34 426 74 346 53 259 38 Blair, Bal 101 Nrhtrp, Dt 73 Scott, Mil 105 400 67 Home Runs 88 142 138 79 111 130 104 78 120 .335 .325 Nichols Nips picked up $3,900, the biggest paycheck ever for the 25-year- old Oneida, N.Y., native. Snadra Palmer, who set a with a six-under- course to' pen- 1922, 1923, and {1924, and Welch, who died in 1941, won 300 games in the previous century. Evans was an outstanding American League and later .318 .316 ii .3 .305 .301 .301 .300 ii ddsit Death Gibson Awaits Tests I *"" 01 "' U TM\, S W' A™ PLTT 3 2; Evans, AU 31; Bonds, ST. LOUIS (UPI) - «ww cpM T . » .i nn A • i T> / n J . 4U SF 30; Johnson, Atl 29; Aaron, righthander Bob Gibson of the \tl 28. By IRA MILLER UPI Sports Writer HARBISON, N.Y. (UPI) Bobby Nichols is $50,000 richer umpire par 66 Sunday, led a group of league executive, five girds tied for third with even par 216s which earned a major Following the enshrinement of the six new inductees, the wasted among the trees and an morning in the 4hird round and eight for the 422-yard hole, and even five birdies over (he remaining 14 holes still left him today and says he doesn't know'one shy of Nichols and Murphy. then a final-round seven-under* par 65, and Murphy finished deadlocked at 272 with Murphy also holing an eagle—at the "I'm sitting up here with a seventh bale—in the final Weiskcpf and Dan Sibes, who led by three strokes early in the final round before faltering i • in the heat, tied for third a stroke behind Nichols and them $2,070 each. The others [Pittsburgh Pirates and Texas were Shelly Hamlin, LaurajRangers meet in an exhibition Buaigh, Mrs. Young and Sandra'game on nearby Doubleday Spuzich. Field. Muiphy at 273. Cardinals flew home Sunday to .American League: ; a/wait further tests on his right 24; Jackson, KC knee. wWch was injured Sati$day's game against Nev^York Mets. (^fdinals' team physician St$£ London said he Mayberry, • in r sndrick, Clev and Otis, KC 21; Fisk, Bos 20. Runs Batted In why...but Tom Weiskopf thinks _ _ h? knows, and he's plenty mad $50,000 check"and freally "don't round" 0 . uw „. 1U . „ , ^ J about it, too. l.- n0 w vtfiv " Nichols said But Glbb y G^rt. Frank B<?ard Nbhcls beat Bob Murphv in a his victory was wrapped up in mN ? l Jf r . llhad W °" "5 ^H?* *" ***** 2? . 22- CAA „ ! .u i « « j . two pni-ini niitte ment three years when tney ar? d Davd Glenz -was alone at 22, ^en-de, (, piayoff Sunday ,o <™ c» „.^ £ wert (0 p]ayoff ^ ^ 1 were cm the green in two. THAT ELEGANT STRAIGHTS (A distinctive mark of good taste) win tihe westcliester Golf T '.J'" ""/^' u ^' u '" T< were on the areen in two. T , Ctoic after Wei*opf let 11 ?~ 1. ' 1 .Mu^y puW <L, frJn about: Westchester Golf was "i|Sfjonably certain that Gibson si &Bfred torn cartilage, but ttfSli ligament damage was "fl^QIMy'" Gibson is expected to be out of aiotion for at least a month. National League: Bench, Cin 83 Evans, Atl 80; Stargell, Pitt 83, Evans, Atl 80; Stargell, Pitt American League: Mayberry, KC 87; Jackson, Oak 85? Murcer, NY 75; Otis, KC 68; Darin, Minn 64. hole to tie Murphy, then beat himself get angered by a fan,him with a 30-foot birdie putt Pitching • National League: Billingham, Cin 15-7; Bryant, SF 15-8; with a camera and blew himself out of it with a dufier- like eight. "It was going on for the whole ttouriiament," Weiskopf fumed about the picture-taking folks in the crowd who, ha said, weire ruining his concentration. on the first playoff hole. Someone suggested those were pretty good putts under pressure, but Nidnols downplayed that suggestion. "I don't think I have 33 feet, and missed to the left. r "He was riglht behind me on about the same line so I just figured I had to hit it a little to the more Nichols. right," said The ball went in. The victory was the 10th for near as much pressure on me as On Saturday, WeMcopt ^SS^ " J"? " f *»• Seaver, NY and Wise, St.L 13-6; a bogey at the final hole after a pj on who is K\e rpsidpnt and h,s flrst slnce he won Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. with help foi your • Cdi, home, life and health insurance. i §ee me. Sutton, LA 13-7. run-in with Nicklaus headed a group at 276 while leading money-winner Bruce Crampton was at 278, Arnold Palmer at 279, U.S. Open champion Johnny Miller at 281 and Gary Player, who defends his PGA title tthis week at Cleveland, at 282. For Weiskoof, it marked the ninth straight tournament in which he had finished in the t a camera- American League: Wood, Chi i woman but that 20-16; Coleman, Det 18-8; compared to his disaster at the Holtzman, Oak 17-9; Hunter, fourth hole of the final round. Oak 15-3; Singer, - Cal 15-8; : "People were taking pictures Bahnsen, Chi 15-11. - do y'ofe in and it kind of disturbed me, and I hit a bad drive," said Weiskopf. The ball sailed into a bunch of trees on was C ^SlS I ^^| 0, ? al A? FireSt0n ° *™ : T^i? t0Urnainen !» tBkingi S^^ Zti ^O ^-bS was nothing try Club in Akron, Ohio. the $60,000 top prize ui the now-j it clear f y was not a ^stane Murphy Misses a Putt ^unot Dow Jones Open, with;he would celebrate. anotheir crucial birdie putt on Nichols, who had 70 Sunday lhe final hole in August 1970( "I can hamdly wait to get! back to Ohio," he said. ! Midwest League he right of Cgdar Rapids 17 Appleton 6 the fairway and from there he Puad Cities 5 Wis. Rapids 0 hit it across the fairway into Waterloo 4 Clinton 1 trees on the left. Putney 6 Danville 2 He wound up with four shots O-atur 4 Burlington 2 Bowlers CLOSE STATE FARM Insurance Companies Home Offices: Bloomington, Illinois ""if NELSON 929 N. Henda $<* 1 SHAVfl IfPAIt tftVICf ROSS Shaver & Typewriter GAIESBURG LITTLE HAGUE World Series Championship Game CUBS vs. WHITE SOX Tuesday FOR RESURFACING And The Car: a 1931 Chrysler CG Sports Roadster with L-head engine, 4-speed transmission and custom body by LeBaron. The Whiskey: the elegant straight-8 bourbon by Hiram Walker himself. Aged 8 years in the oak* A distinctive lark of good taste. MONDAY, AUG. 6 6:30 P.M. FRIDAY, AUGUST Henderson WALKERS DELUXE That elegant straights STRAIGHT 60UHQ0N WHISKEY. 66 PROOF * HIRAM'WAUER & SONS INC.. PEORIA, ILL 4 t \ \

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