The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 1, 1971 · Page 15
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MAJOR LEAGUE SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Wist w I pet. gb 97 65 .599 — 90 72 .554 7 83 7? .512 14 83 If .512 U 71 90- U41 25Vi 67 95 .414 30 Pittsburgh St. Louis ' Chicago New York Montreal . Philadelphia WIST w r pet. gb San Francisco 90 72 .556 — Los Angeles 89 73 .549 1 Atlanta . 82 80 Jito 8 Houston T> S3 .488 11 Cincinnati J» 83 .488 11 San Dieso 61 100 .379 28V4 Thursday's R«iult» Pittsburgh 4 Philadelphia 3 (night) New York 6 .St. Louis 1 (night) Chicago 5 Montreal 3 (night) Atlanta 6 Cincinnati 2 (night) San Francisco 5 San Diego 1 (night) Los Angeles 2 Houston 1 (night) Pittsburgh Cash2b HebnerSb Clemente rf stargell If Cllnes If Oliver Ib Philadelphia ibrhbl abrhbl 3000 Bowa ss 4120 4000 Anderson cf 111" 4110 Stone rf 1010 4110 wllson p oooo 0000 McCarver c 2001 3 o 0 1 Ryan c 2000 Oavallllo cf 4110 Montanez rf A \ 2 2 Sanguilien c 3 1 1 1 DJohnson 3b 3 0 1 0 Hernandz si 3 0 1 2 Vukovlch 3b 0000 l" D 0 0 Luzlnskl Ib 4000 1000 Money 2b 4000 0000 Freed If 3000 0000 Champion p 1 o 0 0 Srlles p Pagan p Moose p BJohnson p Stennett ph Miller p Giusti p. Totals Pittsburgh Philadelphia DP—Pittsburgh 2. LOB—Pittsburgh 2, Philadelphia 7. 2B—Anderson, Hernandez, Stooe, Montanez. HR—Sanguilien (6), Montanez {30). California Alomar- ss :hrlstnsn ss 3erry cf FregosI Ib McMulln 3b Cowan-If •arkr2b Reynolds rf Torborg. c May p O'Brien pii Allen p Totals California 1000 Brandon p 00 0 0 L!s ph 0000 Lersch p Gamble rf 31 4 5 4 Totals 0000 1000 0000 2010 001300000—4 102000000—3 SB—Bowa. SF—Oliver. BrllM Moose W 11-7 DJohnson Miller Giusti Champion L 3-5 Brandon Lersch Wilson ip h r «r bb so 333322 22001-1 1 1 1 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 12-310002 3 2J 5 4 4 1 3 1-300000 300002 00002 Save-Glusti (30). T-2:12. A-14,157. San Francisco San Dies» ab r h b! Henderson If 4 1 1 1 Mason 2b Fuentes 2b s 1 3 0 Jestadt 3b Mays cf 4111 Jeter cf McCovey Ib 3020 Colbert Ib Klngman rf 4 1 1 2 Brown rf DIetz c 4010 Stahl If Gallagher 3b 3000 Barton c Lanier 3b 1000 Dean ss Speler ss 3120 Roberts p Marlchal p 3000 Arlin p Caspar ph :orklns p Murrell ph ibrhbl 4000 3100 3000 3021 3000 1000 0000 1000 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 C Severlnsen p 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 5 11 4 Totals 31 1 5 1 San Francisco 000300002-5 Sn Dg 000 Die COO—1 E-Marlchal. DP-San Francisco 2, San Diego 1. LOB-San Francisco 7, San Diego 2b-Fuentes, Mays, Speier, Henderson. Jestadt. HR-Kingman (6). SB-Mays 2. S- Marichal. Roberts L 14-17 Balk-Severinsen. T-2:14. A-34,861. Houston Ip h r er bo so 31-343301 AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore Detroit Boston New York Washington Cleveland Oakland <ansas City Chicago California Minnesota Milwaukee w I pet. 96 .101 57 .639 — 71 71 -W2 12 8S 77. SOS U 62 80 .504 21 43 94 .396 M'/i M10Z .370-^3 w I pet. s" 106 60 .627 — 85 74 .528 16 79 83 .438 -22% 77 K-.461 25V4 74 86 .^43.26'A 69 92 .429 32 Thurjday'j R«iulti California 3 Minnesota 2 Chicago 2 Milwaukee 1 New Yorlc 9. Washington 0 (by forfeit, night) . - . (only games scheduled) 1 MinneHta - abrhb; abrhbl 3110 Tovar rf 4 1 20 1000 Braun ss . 5 0.2 1 40 0 0- Klllebrew Ib S 0 10 '4 0 2 1 Brye cf :•* 0 1 1 4010 Cardenas ss 2000 3000 Carew 2b 1000 3110 Soderhlm.3b X 0 1 0 3100 Renick If 2000 Roof c 2000 Reese ph 1012 Kaat p 0000 Alyea ph DO 3 43 Totals 4000 3010 1 0 O'O 000100020-3 100 000001— 2 Braun DP- E-McMullen, Reynolds, Minnesota 2. LOB-Callfornia 1, Minnesota 10. 23-Alornar, FregosI 2. Reese. S- ip h r tr bb so 761125 2 3 1 1, 0 1 9432 OS Save-Allen (15). T-2:08. A-<,93S. Torbors. May w 11-12 Allen Kaat L 13-14 Milwauku Harper If _ _ _ . _ Auerbach » 4000 Williams rf 1010 Chicago abrhbi 2000 Melton 3b atr hbi 2111 Major Loop Attendance Hits Record United Press International .Major League baseball attendance rose -to .a record 29;203,589 in' 1971 but showed an ominous imbalance inasmuch as the National League drew 56 per cent of the nation's patrons as opposed to 44 per cent by the .American League. • NL attendance was a whopping 17,333,085, up 670,887 over 1970 while AL attendance fell from 12,085,135 in 1970 to 11,870,504. Every NL club' except the San Diego Padres drew more than 1-million fans at home while only four AL clubs- topped that mark. The New York Mets led both leagues with 2i666,680 and the Boston Red Sox led the AL with 1,678,579. The Philadelphia .Phillies showed a huge gain of 802,976 over. .1970 in -the NL while the Chicago 'White Sox had a gain of 338,536 in the AL. The club by club attendance Ogden Standard-Examiner, Friday, October 1, 1971 3B National Lugui Cardenal rf 4110 Kelly cf 3.0 1 0 Brlggs Ib 300 0 ,McKtnny 2b 4 0 0 0 DMay cf 3000 Hottman If 4010 Theobald 2b 2010 Johnstone cf 3 0 1 0 Schofleld 2b 1000 Morales 3b 1000 Kosco ph 1000 Muser Ib 4120 Porter c 3001 Richard 55 3000 Helse 3b 2000 Brinkman c 2 0 1 1 Ratliff ph 1000 Magnuson p 0000 Matchlck 3b 1 0 0 0 Huntz ph 1 0 0 0 Parsons p 2000 Hlnton p Morris p Krausse p 0 0 ..n Eddy p 0000 CMay ph 1010 0000 Tepedino ph 1000 Relchrdt ph 10 0 0 0 Sanders p 0000 OToole p 0000 Pena ph 1000 Perznwsk p 0000 Totals 31121 Totals 30Z»2 Milwaukx oco 000001—1 Chicago 01100000*— 2 figures: Club 1970 1971 Variation Atlanta 1,078,848 1,066,420 down 72,458 Chicago 1,642,725 1,653,007 up 10,302 Cincinnati 1,803,568 1,501,122 down 302,446 Houston 1,253,444 1,261,W9 up 8,145 Uos Angeles 1,697,142 2,064,594 up 367,452 Montreal 1,424,683 1,290,963 down 133,720 •Jew York 2,697,479 2,666,680 down 430,799 Philadelphia 708,247 1,511,223 up 802,976 Pittsburgh 1,341,947 1,501,132 up 159,185 St Louis 1 629,736 1,604,671 down 25,065 San Diego 6te,679 549,085 down 94,594 SM Francisco 740,720 1,122,59? up 381,879 League Total 16,662,198 17,333,085 up LOB-MHwaukee 3, Chicago 8. 2B-Eddy. eB-Muser. HR-Melton SB-Harper 2./ S-Rlchard. (33). Parson L. 13-17 Magnuson Hlnton W Eddy perzanowski IP h rerbbso 52-3 8 2 2 2 4 10001 1-30000 110000 200000 200001 210031 200012 11 1011 Save-Perzanowski CD- T-2:27. A-2.814 New York Murcer cf Clarke 2b Torres rf White If Ellis Ib Munson c Hansen 3b Baker ss Michael ss Keklch p Aker p Los Angeles ab r h bi ab r h b Metzger ss 4010 Wills ss 4020 Morgan 2b 3000 Bucknr If Ib 3 0 0 Cedeno cf 4110 Parker Ib 0000 Watson Ib 4011 Davis cf 4000 Wynn rf 4000 Allen 3b 4110 .. oh Alou If 4010Carvey3b o 0 0 op'° u pn Thomas pr o o 0 0 Mota If 2 0 0 Oj Menkt 3b 4000 Russell rf o o o o! Edwards c 2020 Crawford If 4010 Billinghm p 2000 Lefebvre 2I> 3011 Sims c 1000 Sutton p 3110 Totali 311*1 Totals 28242 Houston 000 001 ooo—i Los Angelei OOOlWlOx—z H-Edwards. L.OB-Houston 6, Los Angeles 7. 2B-Cedeno, Edwards. SB-Morgan, Metz- 670,887 American Leagu. Club 1970 1971 Variation Baltimore 1,057,069 1,025,187 down 31,882 Boston 1,595,278 1,678,579 up 83,301 California 1,077,741 926,373 down 151,368 Chicago 495,355 833,891 up 338,536 Cleveland 729752 591,348 down 138,404 Detroit 1,501,293. 1,591,073 up 89,780 Kansas City 693,047 910,784 up 217,737 Milwaukee 933,960 731,531 down 202,429 Minnesota. 1,261,887 840,858 . down 321 029 New York 1,136,879 1,070,771 down 66,108 Oakland 778,355 914,993 up 136,638 Washington 824,789 655,116 down League Total 12,085,135 11,870,504 169,673 down per, Mota. Buckner. Blltlngham L 10-16 Sutton W 17-12 T-2:13. A-52,634. S-B!llingham, Mota. SF- ip h rerbb&o £ & 2 1 3 5 961126 Totals game colleced forfeit New York Washington Washington ab r h bi »b r h bi 4112 Maddox cf 4012 4000 Harrah ss 4010 4121 Howard Ib 3111 3221 Grzenda p 0000 3021 Billings c 4130 4020 Burroghs rf 4110! 4000 Nelson 3b 4320 2100 Unser rf 4001! 1000 Ragland 2b 4110 2000 Bosman p 1000 0000 Casanova ph O'O 0 o 1000 Pina p 0000 Mincher ph 0000 Undblad p 0000 McCraw Ib 1011 325 >J Totals 337 US with two out in ninth— ij DID oox — 5 010 004 02x E-Baker. 2, Aker, Michael, Hansen. DP- New Hork 3, Washington York 6, Washington 6. 2B-White. Maddox. HRs-Torres LOB-New (2), Murcer (25), White (19), howard (26). SB-Nelson. S-Kekich. SF-Maddox. ip h r er bb so 41 l , JHBP-by 4000 Cincinnati Atlanta abrh bi abrhb 40 1 1 LFoster ss 4101 4000 Brown If 4000 Evans 3b 3121 Breazeal Ib OOOO Baker rf 4000 Jackson a 3000 LaRussa 2b 3010 DIdier c 3100 House p 2000 Garrido ph 0 0 0 D Nelbauer p OOOO 30242 Totals 3120 3 2 0 1 1 00 oooo! 33SJ4 Rose rf McRae If May ib Perez 3t> Stewart 3b G Foster cf Plummer c concepcn S3 Chanay 2b Wllcox p Smith ph Borbon p Totals Cincinnati Atlanta E—LaRussa Atlanta 1. LOB—Cincinnati 3, Atlanta 4. 2B—Brown. HRS—Perez (25), Breazeale (1). ip ft r er bb so Wllcox L 2-2 784112 Borbon l 00002 House W 1- 742102 Neibauer 200021 Save—Nebauer (1). T—1:53. A—5,317. SJ. Louis Keklch Bosrnan Plna Llndblad Grzenda Kekich pitched 1o 3 Bosman (Ellis. 5 7 4 .3 • 2 1 3 4 3 112 585523 10001 1 210001 2-300000 batters- in 6th. T-2:38. A14,^60. -_„_ — j Winners Named In Low Gross Tourney at B.L. Winners were announced today in the low gross tournament held this week during ladies day at the Ben Lomond golf course. They were: Championship flight, Mae Tay-| lor and LaVon Rees; first flight,) Marie Dreman and Doris Her-{ bert: third flight, Millie Vanderwerff and Maureen Nelson. The women's awards banquet has been scheduled for Oct. 14 at the Mansion House. The social hour will be at 6:30 p.m. with dinner at 7 p.m. ., ;. Hill Association •jl: Women Schedule Elects Officers in,Bowling Event 001000 100—2 000 000 40X— * Stewart 2, May. DP— The Ogden Women's Bowling Association will stage its annual city bowling tournament in November at the Ogden Bowling Center. The event is scheduled for the weekends of Nov. 6 and 7, 13 and 14, and 21 and 22, if needed. Entry deadline is midnight Oct. 17. New YorK ab r hbi ab rhbi Brock If -4011 Harrelson ss 3 0 1 0 tlnmlrcz ss 3010 Jorgensen cf 4 o 0 0 Melendez rf 4000 Jones If 3110 Hague Ib 4010 Kranepol Ib 3100 Roque cf 3000 Singleton rf 4234 Santorini p 0 - 0 0 0 Garrett 3b 3100 Burda ph 1000 Grote c- 4120 Kublak 2b 4030 Foil p 4012 Stinson c 4000 Seaver p 3000 Javier 3b 3000 Patterson p 2000 Reuss p OOOO Cruz cf 1110 Totals 331 71 Totals 31*84 St. Louis 000 000 010— 1 New York 000 015 OOx— 4 E-Brock. DP-St. Louis 1, New York 1. LOB-St. Louis 6. New York 5. 2B~lones, Brock 38-Cruz, Kubiak. HR- Singleton 2 (12 S, 13). SB-Harrelson. IP h r er bb so Patterson L 0-1 S2-3 4 S S 4 1 Reuss - !-3 2 1 1 D l Santorini 22000 1 Seaver W 20-10 971 1 113 WP-Rcuss. Balk-Scaver. T-2:12. A-42.344. Chicago HILL .AIR FORCE BASE— The Hill AFB women's golf association has elected officers for the coming season. Newly elected officers are: Lou O'Guin. president; Mary Gonzales, 1st vice president; Barbara Godley, secretary, and Liz Sheets, treasurer. Meanwhile, in last week's low putts tournament. Barbara Godley and Ruth Filipowicz tied for honors. Montreal Ab r h bi ab r h bl Davis cf 3000 Hunt Jb 4120 Hiser cf 1110 Sutherlnd 2b 1 0 0 0 Callison rf 5111 Day cf 4011 James rf OOOO Staub rf 3010 Williams If 4110 Fairly ib 4000 Santo 3b 4211 Salley 3b 3110 Hlckman Ib S 02 2 Fairey If 4030 Kesslnger ss 3 0 1 0 Boccabeila c 3 1 1 2 Rudolph c 3000 Wine ss 4000 Borque ph 1011 Sfoneman p 3000 Cannliiar c OOOO Gosger ph 1000 Torres 2b 4020 Jenkins p 4000 Totals 37S 10 S Totals 343»J Chicago 000 Ml 013— 5 Montreal 000 Oil 001— 3 E-Fairly. DP-Montreal 1. LOB-Chlcago 10, Montreal 7. 2B-Falrey. Hickman. HR-Callison (8), Boccabeila (3). SF-Boccabella. ip h r er bb so Jenkins W 24-13 9 » 3 3 2 7 Stoneman L 17-14 yio S 5 S 4 WP-Stoneman 2. T-2:30. A-27.274. .467 Led Big Ten Terry Wedgewood. Purdue third baseman, led the Kg Ten in hitting last spring with .467. He also'led in runs batted in with 19 and in home runs with sis. Pendlcton... 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