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Telegraph Saturday, September 2, 1972 win game but *^^~_ Padres take brawl BylOEMOOSMlL CHICAGO (AP) - It was i much better fight than it *ras a ball game. The San Dtego Padres won the fight. the Chicago Cubs won the ban game, 14-3. The Cubs held a 2-0 lead going into the fourth inning Of Friday's game when Ellic Hendricks and Carmen Fanzone homered on successive pitches from Bill Greif. Rick Monday, the next Cub batter, went sprawling into - the dirt on the first pitch from Greif. Monday and catcher Pat Corrales had a brief vefbal exchange and then went into a slugging match. Both benches emptied onto the field in a wild, free-for-all. The Padres reported no injuries. The Cubs? Pitcher Bill Hands jammed the ring finger of his pitching hand. Monday suffered a jammed left hand. Grabbo calls it a career CHICAGO (AP) — Jim Grabowski, a seven-year professional football veteran and graduate of the University of Illinois, has retired from the game as a Chicago Bear. The 28-year-old Grabowski, who was selected as the No. 1 draft choice for the Green Bay Packers in 1966, said Friday he had been "thinking about the move for several weeks." "Abe (Gibron, Bear coach) had been using Don Shy and Jimmy Harrison most of the time, so I thought this may be a good time to bow out gracefully," he said. Coach Pete Reiser got clipped from behind. Manager Whilcy Lockman had a cut on hi.s inner ankle and pitcher Jack Aker was spiked. Monday and Corrales were both ejected. Umpire Dave Davidson warned Lockman and Padre Manager Don Zimmer that both of them would be ejected if there was any retaliation. The Cubs wrapped up the ball game with a nine-run rally in the seventh inning which featured a three-run homer by Hendricks. "He was upset by the •brushback," said Coirales after the game "and I was Major League NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (300 at bats) — B.Williams, Chi, .340; Codeno, Htn, .340; Mota. LA, .327. RUNS—Morgan, Cin, 107; Bonds, SF. ns. RUNS BATTED IN—Stargcll, Pgh. 105; B.Williams, Chi, 98. HITS—B.Williams, Chi, 164; Rose. Cin. 161. DOUBLES—Cedeno, Htn, 32; Montanez, Phi, 31. TRIPLES—Bowa, Phi, 10; Rose, Cin, 10; Brock, StL, 8. HOME RUNS—Colbert, SD, 36; Stargell, Pgh. 32. STOLEN BASES—Brock, StL. 52; Cedeno, Htn, 47. PITCHING (11 Decisions) — Nolan, Cin, 14-3, .823, 1.03 Marshall, Mon, 14-4, .777, 1.57. STRIKEOUTS—CarJton, P li i , 25D; Seaver, NY, 194. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (300 at bats)— D.Allen, Chi, .318; Carew, Min, .316. RUNS—Murcer, NY, 84; D.Allen, Chi, 80. RUNS BATTED IN—D.AIlcn, Chi, 92; Murcer, NY, 70. HITS—Rudi, Oak, 152; Piniella, KC, 144. DOUBLES—Piniella, KC, 2:1; Murcer, NY, 26; Rudi, Oak, 26. TRIPLES—Fisk, Bsn, 8; Rudi, Oak, 8; Murcer, NY, 7. HOME RUNS—D.Allen, Chi, 32; Murcer, NY, 25. STOLEN BASES—D.Nelson. Tex. 37; Campaneris, Oak, 34. PITCHING (11 Decisions)— Kaat, Min, 10-2, .833, 2.06 Palmer, Bal, 18-6, .750, 1.78. ,. STRIKEOUTS—N.Ryan, C :> 1 , 243; Lolich, Del, 100. mad because of the two home r 11 n s . Monday m a d c a statement but I'd rather not repeat it. I threw the first punch." Monday was still angry long after the game had ended. "The pitch was right at my head and I hollered' to Greif that I hadn't hit the homers off him." said Monday. "Then Corrales said something and I told him 'You think it's funny? It could also happen to you.' Then he swings with a Sunday punch while all I'm trying to do is gel the game started again. "I know the guy out there pitching is trying to win a game," continued Monday "and a brushback is okay. But when a pitch is close to your head, that's something else." Zimmer said "Monday should be ashamed of himself. I didn't order a brushback and I don't think Corrales called for it. But the pitcher is in trouble and Monday should expect it. The pitch was way over hi.s head anyway. "It's silly," said Zimmer. "Here's a pitcher who has given up home runs on consecutive pitches and Monday wants to start a <bral over a brushback." Reiser, a hardened hand from the old school, said "That's what we needed. It should have happened a long time ago. There's too much honeymoon baseball going on— you know, don't touch me, I don't touch you." Anyway, the two clubs resume the series Saturday with Milt Pappas, 11-7, shooting for a personal sixth straight victory. Mike Caldwell, 6-7, will toil for the Padres. OPEN DAILY 9:30-10; SUNDAY 11-7 SUN., AAON., TUES., WED. LABOR DAY 9:30-5 All TO SERVICE SPECIALS HEAVY- DUTY MUFFLERS 12 88 Hardware Extra 17.84-/nsfa//ed Double-wrapped to protect against rust-out. Sizes to fit most U.S. cars.Save! Just Say "Charge it!" 4-FULL-PLY POLYESTER CORD "78" SERIES BLAGKWALLS Reg. 22.88-C78-13 M 88 Plus 1.95 F.E.T. Each NSTALLATIO AVAILABLE O.E.M. STANDARD SHOCK ABSORBERS 3 33 Ea. Reg. 4.66—4 Days Original - equipment- type shocks end sway, bounce. Sizes to fit most cars. 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ShopK mart® and Save QUALITY MOTOR OILS Reg. 379 fa.-4 Day Choose 20W or 30W K mart® heavy-duty motor oil. Save! Kmart 6 10W30 Oil.. 3 for 1 00 BELLEVILLE WOOD RIVER V Bunches of punches San Diego Padres catcher Pat Corrales moves in to break up the action. AI(28) pulls Chicago Cubs batter Kick though neither team was a clear winner in the fight, the Cubs won the game by a decisive score, 14-3. (AP Wirephoto) Monday (7) to the ground during a fight in the Padres-Cubs game in Chicago Friday. An unidentified San Diego player Stottlemyre sharp in proving theory NEW YORK (AP) — Baseball is a game of inches, they say, and Mel Stottlemyre proved it again Friday night. The long-time ace of the New York Yankees pitching staff hurled his first complete game since July 21, a four-hit 4-0 victory over the Chicago White Sox that kept the Yanks rolling merrily along in the ton-id American League East. Coupled with Detroit's loss to Oakland, the triumph lifted the Yanks into a second-place tie with the Tigers, iy 2 games behind Baltimore but only onB-half game ahead of Boston. For Stottlemyre, it was a long, long time from July to September. He lost four of six decisions in August while pitching to a sky-high 6.67 earned run average. "I was making one small mistake that was preventing my ball from sinking," said the right-hander, who has made hi.s major league living since 1964 with a sinking fast ball that batters usually beat into the ground. "I was overstriding. That's why all my pitches were high. I happened to talk to Whitey It was a bad one for Colts, 24-17 TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — "We handed .[hem the touchdowns," mulled Baltimore head coach Don McCafferty Friday night after Detroit picked eft' three passes, converted them into touchdowns, and beat the Colts 2417 in a National Football League exhibition game. "But despite the tipped balls and dropped passes, I'm pleased." McCafferty added. "We played the best team of the year You can't fumble and tip passes against a good team like Detroit and do much better" Lions' cornerback Dick LaBx'au and Len Barney intercepted passes by Colts' veteran Johnny Unitas as they tipped the hand of receiver John Mackey. And InkT, linobacker Mike Lucci [licked off a pass from Marty Domres, the (.'oils' number- two signal caller. 'Unitas looked good," defended McCafferty. "He called a smart game. And he hit those guys with passes they should have caught." Detroit quarterback Greg Landry hurled touchdown passes of nine and 43 yards to all-pro tight end Charlio Sanders and Al Barnes, respectively. Kicker Errol Mann boosted the score with a 35-yard field goal and Lions' bavkup quarterback Bill Munson scored on a one-yard run to give Detroit the game. Baltimore scoring came on an 18-yard field goal, a 17- yard run by Norm Bulaich, and a 37-yard U>ss from Domres to Cotton Speyrer. The lead changed hands four times and the Colts came back on the Domres-lo- Speyrer pass in the final period but couldn't pull it out. Sanders. Detroit's star tight end. who has been all-pro for three straight years, suffered a shoulder separation as he snagged a Landry pass and hit thv j ground. Despite doctors' worries that he may be sidelined indefinitely the injured player predicted. "I'll be back in a week." Linebacker Ed Mooney suffered a similar injury on a kickoli play in the first quarter. Despite Detroit's victury, head co^ch Joe Schmidt didn't fee! the team was in top shape. "We v.eivn't as sharp as we were last week against Washington," he said. "Our pass protection was fine and our defense looked okay, but \va just weren't sharp." Ford (ex-Yankee pitching great) the other day and he told me if my pitches were up I was probably over- striding." "I feel I've corrected it now. I had a moving fast ball instead of a straight fast ball high in the strike zone. Warming up, I knew things would be different. My fast ball was sinking and my breaking pitches were in the strike zone." "I was only overstriding about four or five inches on the mound but that makes a tremendous difference whether the ball is up or down when it gets to the plate. The majority of balls the White Sox hit well were hit on the ground. If I pitch like that, I can win." The four hits Stottlemyre allowed were all singles, and he retired the last 15 batters in order. He got plenty of offensive and defensive support from rookie right- fielder Charley Spikes, making his big league debut, Drivers will have hearts timed., too DARLINGTON, S.C. (AP) — Seven of the drivers in Monday's Southern 500 stock car race will be carrying extra equipment — electrocardiograph heart-function monitors taped to their chests by three Florence doctors who want to study the effects of stress on the heartbeat. As cardiologist Dr. N.B. Baroody put it, "This is one of the most stressful situations you can experience over such a prolonged period of time." Or, as driver Fred Lorenzen expresses it, racing 500 miles over the old Darlington Race 1.366-mile oval is hairy. Darlington, the first of the South's superspeedways, was built in an old cotton field in 1950. When Johnny Mantz won the inaugural Southern 500, he burned the track at an average 76.20 miles per hour. Running essentially the same track Friday, David Pearson very nearly doubled that speed, qualifying at 152.342 m.p.h. resu lt Robert Jones, of the U.S. Olympic team during match with Egypt in Olympic basketball event in Munich Friday. Foreground is Egypt's Elguamal Kamel (14) with James Brewer of the U.S. between his teammate and the Egyptian player. U.S. won, 96-31. (AP Wirephoto via cable from Munich; t Woman short train fare sues after arrest, being jailed NEW YORK (AP) — A school teacher has sued the Metropolitan Transportation Authority for having her arrested and jailed the day she lacked part of a $1.45 commuter train fare. Dolores Montez filed the suit Friday in state Supreme Court, seeking $100,000 damages for the "humiliating experience" last Feb. 2 in Babylon, N.Y. Riding the MTA's Long Island Rail Road, the suit said, she found only $1.05 in cash and a 35-cent subway token in her purse. The conductor refused them, locked her on the train at Babylon, the last stop, and called Suffolk County Police, who arrested her on a theft of service charge. Unable to furnish the $25 bail, Mrs. Montez said, she was jailed and forced to sleep on a board, wearing only her panties, in a street-level cell visible from outside through two windows. The following morning, the suit continued, she was handcuffed, and driven in a patrol wagon with male prisoners to district court, where railroad officials failed to prosecute and the charges were dismissed. In and out of area hospitals Alton Memorial ADMISSIONS Edward Bunt, Eunice Smith Home Grace Roberts, Bethalto Mrs. Ealy Shoreack, 1006 Marie Betsy Kuykendall, East Alton John Dippel, Godfrey Nettie Lenhardt, Edwardsville Charles Carter, Dow William Hicks, South Roxana DISMISSALS Mrs. Ruby Musgrow, 990 Riley Mrs. Carol Dickerson, 1055 Oakwood Mrs. Shirley Perking, Brighton Mrs. Margie Swarringin, Brighton Mrs. Victoria McClain, Wood River Raymond Carpunky, Godfrey Joshua Stephens, Bethalto Mrs. Mildred Coatney, 1822 Crest Emma Hendricks, 1421 Pearl Sylvia Johnson, 2118 Humbert Eva Nunn, Wood River Mrs. Violet Howard, East Alton Amy Keller, East Alton Roger Stuby, 909 Elliott Patricia Waters, 3214 Charlotte Frances Cummings, Dow Mrs. Pear? Pace, 3212 Myrle Louise Adler, Fieldon Mary Lawrence, Fieldon Greta Hargiss, 2416 Brown Arnold Sanders, Godfrey Paul Bazzell, Wood River Gary Ahern, Grafton Mrs. Geneva Smith, Cottage Hills Mrs. Mary Spernol, Edwardsville Mrs. Marsha King, 2706 Residence St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Valarie Harshbarger, Cottage Hills Mrs. Edith Krotz, Godfrey Mrs. Vera Beiser, 1508 Highland Ave. Mrs. Pearl Rudolph, Bethalto Mrs. Alice Swanson, Godfrey Mrs. Ellen Gawronski, Godfrey Cecil Thruston, Cottage Hills DISMISSALS Mrs. Cecil Cope, 1723 Feldwisch Mrs. Helen Castelli, East Alton Richard Snyder, Wood River James Clare Jr., Bethalto Shelly Ridder, 3021 Fernwood Helen Chontofalsky, Godfrey St. Joseph's ADMISSIONS Donna Borth, Granite City Orval Lay, Wood River Genger Minder, 838 Washington Ave. Lynn Rhoades, East Alton Jean Rizzoli, Godfrey Mary Semkowski, Ed- wardsvSUe Elmer Stahlhut, Edwardsville Esther Giles, 4126 Alby St. Barbara Ellerbeck, East Alton DISMISSALS Gary Alexander, Dow Henry Anderson, 632 Joesting Virginia Brawley, 606 Wyss Delia Connor, Moro Cynthia Cross, Edwardsville Karen Fessler, Dow J e a n e 11 e Hardaway, 824 Washington Craig Hentrich, Godfrey James Hester, 607 Brookside Roy Hopkins, Hartford Pearl Jackson, Fairfield Sister Laurentine Kanallakan, 845 Danforth Barbara Kent, 210 Dooley Dr. Cleveland Maborao, Mounds Wilma Middleton, Dow James Moses, East Alton Walter Riley, 1914 Washington Ave. Glen Talkington, Bethalto James Tomerlin, Hartford Jonathan Twigg, Shawnee, Kan. Ray Walls, Wood River Altia West, Cottage Hills Wood River Township Admissions Johnny Oxley, 485 State Aid Road Virgil Prickett, Hartford Mrs. Anna Lundark, Roxana William Patterson, Cottage Hills Charles Lewis, Alton Mrs. Shirley Cornwell, Hartford Mrs. Heln Magee, Hartford Lori Asbury, 576 Grove DISMISSALS Mrs. Carol Grissom, 802 Condit William Hamilton, 142 Central Mrs. Elizabeth Myers, 650 Second Mrs. Helen Phillips, Cottage Hills Luther Prather, Alton Norman Smith, South Roxana Mrs. Delena Wilcox, 223 Ohessen Mrs. Lillie Williams, Alton Stauntou Community ADMISSIONS Roberta Rush, Staunton Katie Biznek, Staunton John W. Krug, Worden Guy Ismari, Benld Clelia Bean, Staunton Ruth Ann Matesa, Sawyerville DISMISSALS Ann Ulrich, Staunton Staunton Laura Blotevogel, Warden Marguerite Claro, Sawyerville Colene DeMartini, Springfield Marianne Weisner, Staunton Zelma O'Brien, Bunker Hill Clarence Klostermeier, Worden Hattie Anschutz, Hamel Walter Fritz, Staunton Teresa Curtis, Benld Michael Pernicka, Staunton Barbara Kinsey, Worden Joseph Wagaman, Atwater, Calif. Eugene Bintrup, Staunton David Bierbaum, Staunton Boyd Memorial (Carrollton) ADMISSIONS Mrs. Barbara Rowland, Carrollton DISMISSALS M r s . Beverly Mattingly, Fieldon Lewis Harr, Greenfield Gerald Roth, Carrollton St. Francis (LItchficId) ADMISSIONS Linda Mellenthin, East Alton Alex Fones, Carlinville Louise Stieglitz, Bunker Hill James Daniell, Staunton Earl Adams, Raymond Thomas Ottersburg, Gillesple DISMISSALS Jennifer Miller, Mt. Olive Joseph Mitchell, Staunton Janice Mollet, Hamel Yvonnie Spensberger, Wilsonville Jean LaRosa, Gillespie Grace Benedetti, Gillespie Jody Motto, Gillespie St. Joseph's (Highland) ADMISSIONS Joseph Hentz, Edwardsville Walter Arlh, Edwardsville DISMISSALS Lucille King, Edwardsville Lloyd Best, Edwardsville William Richey, Edwardsville Scott Reiter, Edwardsville Daniel Ge'rdt, Edwardsville Mrs. Lillian Flanigan, Edwardsville Edward Stack, East Alton * * * * Telegraph Want Ads CLICK! I

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