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I— t CITY 56 The Arizona Republic EO Phoenix, Fit, Aug. 14,1970 Toros trip Padres,, 8-6 SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Tucson scored eight runs in the first two innings last night and then held on for an 8-6 Pacific Coast League victory over the Salt Lake Padres. Second baseman Mickey McGuire tripled home two runs for the Toros in the first inning. Tucson added six more runs in the second, three of them on lefthander Ron Lolich's fourth home run of the week against the Padres. Salt Lake put up a strong threat in the seventh when two Tucson errors allowed one run to score before anyone was out. But Toro reliefer Don Eddy took over for starter Darrell Brandon and shut out the Padres the rest of the way. Eddy struck out six men in the three innings he pitched to record the save. FAN by Walt Ditzcn Fanfts erf#e Wifeife Sox, 4-3 .\**/ * Merritt notches 17th Associated Press CINCINNATI - Cincinnati crashed three home runs, including the 40th of the year by major league leader Johnny Bench, and Jim Merritt recorded his 17th victory last night as the Reds bombed the New York Mets, 6-1. The victory boosted the runaway Reds' lead over Los Angeles to 11% games in the National League West and dropped New York two games behind idle first-place Pittsburgh in the East. Merritt fanned 13 batters- tops on the Cincinnati staff this season — to become the league's second 17-game winner along with the Mets' Tom Seaver. Merritt has lost 10. He gave up successive triples by Cleon Jones and TUCSON SALT LAKE 260 000 000-8 13 3 014 000 100-6 7 0 Brandon, Eddy (7) and Brinkman, Adams (5); Arlln, Scharrlnghausen (2), Knuckles (7), Sheldon (9) and Drake. W—Brandon (12-9). L—Arlin (3-5). HR— Tucson, Lolich (13); Salt Lake, Williams (7). Beavers edge Cubs TACOMA (AP) - Although outhit by a 10-hit margin, the Portland Beavers were able to come from behind for a 3-2 Pacific Coast League victory last night over the Tacoma Cubs. Brown, Arcia fuel Padres by Cards Dorm Clendenon in the first inning but silenced New York on three hits the rest of the way. The Reds jumped on Mets' starter Ray Sadecki, 7-4, in the fourth as Bench and Lee May unloaded consecutive honors. Bench's homer followed a leadoff walk by Tony Perez. May's homer was his 25th of the season. HEW YORK ab r h bl Ages cf 4010 Harrelson ss 4 0 CJones If 4 1 Clndenon lb |wobog. rf fii r ' Sadecki o Singleton oh Frlsella Grote c Total Associated Press NEW YORK -Rookie Prank Baker's eighth-inning double drove in Jerry Kenney with the winning run yesterday in a 4-3 New York Yankee victory over the Chicago White Sox. Kenney drew a walk off Floyd Weaver to open the eighth. After Jack Aker, attempting to sacrifice, popped out, Kenney stole second. He took third on Horace Clarke's fly and scored on Baker's double down the left field foul line. The Yankees tied the score, 3-3, with a pair of runs in the fifth. Roy White opened the CINCINNATI lose rf 40 4 I iU 3°0°, t .May lb . ..HcRae If - 0 Carbo If. 0 0 Helms 2b L M C owSodwrd ss 1000 Merritt P looo oooo 1000 32 1 5 1 Total 4000 2 3 , 1 !! 2 2 0°0°0 0 4010 4000 3110 CHICAGO OBrlen 3b Apariclo ss CMay If Melton rf . Josephsn e Blanco lb Wood p Berry cf Knoop 2b Hopkins ph WWilams pr RMIIIer p Weaver p McCraw lb Total ab r h bl NEW YORK ab r h bl 5010 5021 2100 4011 4130 mi 1 1 0°0°0° oooo was'lwskTp 0000 Ward ph 2000 Kline p 1000 SHamfitn p 1000 Aker P 34 3 9 3 Total ChicaM New Yor* DP—Chicago 2. LOB—Ch York 11. 2B-Whlte, Lvttle, Baker. HR-Whlte (17). 32 6 8 6 Associated Press ST. LOUIS — Ollie Brown Ferrara New York Cincinnati .100 000 ...000 301 000—1 2 0 X— 6 Portland Tacoma 000 111 000—3 7 1 110 000 000—2 10 3 Brubaker and Felske; Colton and Hibbs, Dudek (8). W-Brubaker (8-11) L—Colton (8-13), Buckner lifts Spokane EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - Bill Buckner batted in six runs to lead Spokane to a 10-8 Pacific Coast League baseball victory over Eugene last night. Spokane Eugene 103 402 000—10 13 1 201 400 100— 812* Mariscal, Armstrong (1), O'Brien (4), Pena (7) and Stinson; McBean, Roberts (4), Messerly («), Sukla (9) and Pfeil, Merrill (9). W — Armstrong (3-5). L — McBean (0-2). HR — Spokane, Buckner (3), Stinson (5); Eugene, Lis 2 (30), Vukovich (19). A — 1,353. More about Meyer Continued from Page 55 Moyer walked three, struck out eight in what he termed "rny best winning effort of the year. I probably was a little sharper when I struck out 16 in seven innings in Tacoma, but I lost that one." One of Moyer's three walks led to Hawaii's only run in the fourth inning. He gave free transportation to Don Werhas, who came around to score on an infield out and a couple of wild pitches. The Giants, meanwhile, were backing Moyer with a long - ball barrage that featured two home runs by Jim McKnight and round - trippers by Steve Whitaker and Julio Linares. "That was a long time coming," said McKnight, who slugged his way out of a slump with h is seventh and eighth round - trippers. Neither of McKnight's shots was of the tape - measure variety, but both went against a stiff breeze to left field. "My swing didn't feel all that good," said McKnight, "but you've got to get a pretty good piece of the ball to hit it out against that wind. "I hope the slump is behind me now. I was bothered by a lot of nagging little injuries, but I had a few days off and that helped a lot." Top ten and Jose Arcia drove in three runs apiece in leading the San Diego Padres to a 9-7 victory last night over the St. Louis Cardinals. Brown hammered loser Reggie Cleveland (0-1) for his 20th home run with Al Ferrara aboard in the second inning and brought in Arcia with a sacrifice fly in the seventh. Arcia, who entered the game with only three RBIs in 125 times at bat, walked with the bases loaded in the second, singled home Bob Barton in the third and again scored Barton with a double in the fifth. Arcia had four hits while Expos fall to Braves for sweep Associated Press ATLANTA - Southpaw George Stone, with ninth-inning relief help, posted his first victory since July 6 as the Atlanta Braves topped Montreal, 4-1, last night to sweep their three-game series. Stone muffled Montreal's bats on two hits—one of them Bob Bailey's 18th homer in the fourth inning—through the first eight innings. But he tired in the ninth and Hoyt Wilhelm came in to save Stone's eighth victory in 17 decisions. Mike Wegener (3-4) took the loss. MONTREAL ATLANTA and Barton had three apiece in San Diego's 16-hit attack. Lou Brock and Joe Torre had three each for the Cardinals. SAN DIEGO ST. LOUIS E—Sadecki, Perez. DP—New York 1. LOB—New York 4, Cincinnati 7. 2B— Weis, Pen rez. Kennev. SF—Knoop R.Miller Weaver <L,H) Wood McCormick Waslewskl Kline S.Hamilton Aker (W,4-l) 10 7, New bs, Knoop, B—Murcer, IP H R 1-3 0 0 i%V o 3 o~ o 12-34 0 0 0 1-30000 1 0001 R BBSO 342 120 Ofli 31 . T—2:43. A— 9,902. Sadeckl (L,7-4) Frlsella R.Taylor Merritt (W.17-10) erri T— .2:19. A-33,077. '?' 5 22-3 4 1 1-3 0 9 5 R ER BBSO 3312 3331 0010 1 1 0 13 ., „ J I 4 3 Brock If j 4. j t Campbell 2b 3 0 1 1 Javier 2b 5 00 Gaston cf 3000 Hague rf 4000 4230 Hrabosky p OOOO Ferrara If Murrell If O Brown rf Colbert lb Spiezlo 3b Barton c Kirov p Baldschn p Herbal p 1000 5223 5121 50 1 433 R.Allen ' ll lenal cf 52 23 Torre-* IrdC «l' 3000 pavamio"rf Ca Si 5 o T i Simmons c 0 Maxvlll ss 5112 5131 4110 5120 3010 1111 1000 ** - *• V fnvallMU Fl OOOO Cleveland p . OOOO Llnzy p OOOO Lee ph 1000 Chlupsa p 0000 HParker p o o 0 0 Bauchmp ph 1 0 1 0 ChTaylor p OOOO _ ph OOOO Crosby ss OOOO Total 38916' Total interfere 66 ""' ° n Catcher ' s 407136 San Dleio St. Louis . .023 100 012 030 1 00— » 030—7 ___ ~gf-Sr. Louis 2. LOB-San O.Brown. ' Kirov (W.8-13) Baldschun Herbel Cleveland {L.O-U Limy Chlupsa H.Parker ChTaylor Hrabosky Save-Herbel. IP H 7 12 1-3 1 1 2-3 0 22-3 4 1 1-3 4 "£l ? ? R ER BB SO 7 « 2 4 OOOO T—2:08, A—30,021. Alou sparks Astros 9 rally Associated Press HOUSTON -Jesus Alou ripped a two-run, two-out single in the eighth inning last night, capping a three-run rally that lifted the Houston Astros to a 4-3 triumph over Philadelphia. Alou put the Astros ahead, 1-0, in the fourth inning, lifting a sacrifice fly to center field after Cesar Cedeno had singled and moved to third on Johnny Edwards' single. HOUSTON 1 IT. a Xjor.2b °4.1 Tq JAlou rf PHILADELPHIA abrhbi abrhbi . ._,... „ 4130 JAlou rf 4023 Bowa ss 4110 Morgan 2b S o ro Wynn If 2 Cub HRs ruin S.F. Associated Press CHICAGO - Ron Santo's three-run homer, a two-run homer by pitcher Milt Pappas and Billy Williams' solo blast swept the Chicago Cubs to a 6-3 victory over the San Francisco Giants yesterday. All three Cub homers came off Gaylord Perry, who was knocked out of a game by the Cubs for the first time since Sept. 3, 1968. uwrva *a ^ i i w nnuryan 4 Money 3b 4112 Wynn If DJohnson lb 4020 Rader 3b Browne rf 2 o 0 t Menke ss 3 0 0 0 0°SS ed?nOCf 1000 JL 4020 Blsngame p I 1 0 Culver P > 0 0 Martinez ph Ml UWI1E. . . 5ul?ov f "•'cf" Ryan c is "" iamble ph CShort R Selma P Hoerner p Doyle ph Total 36 1 1 00 .065 4110 3100 4220 ivberry lb 4 o 1 1 idwrds c 3000 JRav"p" OOOO NMIIIer ph OOOO Gladding p 2010 1000 OOOO 1000 oooo 1,0 0 0 00 0 0 Philadelphia Houston 343103 Total 31 4 I 4 .000 003 000—1 000 100 03X-4 E—Blast/name. DP—Houston 1. LOB— ^^ouston. 9. 2B-Money. SB—JWvnn. S C.Short Selma (L.5-6) Hperner Blaslngame Culver . Alou, Browne. R 3 1 0 3 • Hi 6 10 . 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 PB—M.Rvan. Mahaffey links leader OTTAWA, Ont. (AP)-John Mahaffey of San Antonio, Tex., graduated University of Houston star, fired his second straight 69 yesterday for a one-stroke lead at halfway mark of the Canadian Amateur Golf Championship. The 22-year-old Mahaffey's 36-hole score of 138 was eight under par for the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club's 6,714- yard course. It was one shot better than first round leader Allen Miller, Pensacola, Fla., who needed 73 strokes yesterday. Phoenix representatives Paul Purtzer and Howard Twitty were well up in contention, along with former Arizona State player Dave Gurley of Golf, 111. Purtzer was on the scoreboard with 71-73-144, while Twitty — a three-tournament winner this summer — had a pair of 72s. Gurley was one shot better on his 68-75—143. T-2:2e; The 72-hole tourney winds up tomorrow. SAN FRANCISCO, ab r h bt CHICAGO Phillips cf ' Stau'u rf iley 3000 -.".- ,, 3 0 0 0 Gi »3b Sooofo,™ I»a C ,b3 3 o 0 ?o 0CL K3b Wine ss 3000 TAaTon lb Wepener P 2000 Tillman c Brand ph 1000 Gstone p HReed p oooo Wilhelm p Bonds, rf Hunt 2b ab r h bl Mays cf 4100 McCovey lb 4170 Rendersn If 3132 Dietz c 4 1 l 2 Hart 3b . OOOO JJohnson p 30io Davison p 2000 E"!!>!es ss 400 4 1 1 4 1 1 0 • Kessnsj "Hickman ib Iton, cf r ss Beckert 2b wllarns " 4032 Pepitb'ne Santo 3b Total Montreal Atlanta 29 1 3 1 Total 4000 Sant 3010 Calllson rf OOOO Hundley c OOOO Pappasp 1000 1000 ab r h bl 4010 I?. ? 3 4 , 1 0 2 0° 4213 4020 4020 4132 TolaT 002002 ^84 San Francisco ipo ooo-i Chlcaao .. . 30 3 7 3 Total 376146 ,?^ M / >nt : eal . 3'. Atlanta 0 0 X— 4 •£— 2. IP' '""«' Weaener (L,3-4) 7 8 H.Reed l n G. Stone (W,8-9) 81-3 3 Wilhelm 2-3 0 ,HBP-by_ H.Reed - .."oi —*>y n.Keea (Conz Wegener. T-2:02. A- «,199. R ER BB SO 4411 992« Perry (L,16-ll) 0 0 o ? J -.° hn . son . WP— _2B-Mays, ) IP ""W 61-313 Francisco 3, Henderson, MHe 'R.ERBBS^ "6~4~T anpas (W.8-5) T—2:44. A-24,206. 733 Top amateur seed upset SOUTHAMPTON, N .Y. (AP) — Eko Alvarez of Argentina, playing some of the best tennis of his career, upset top-seeded Zan Guery of Lookout Mountain, Tenn., 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 in the quarter-finals of the U.S. Men's Amateur Grass Court Tennis Championships yesterday. Alvarez, a bearded UCLA senior who plays on the Davis Cup team for Argentina and is the No. 4 foreign seed in this event, advanced to the semi-finals with John Gardner of Australia. McDowell downs A's for No. 17th Based on 325 hi bats. AMERICAN Player Club Yasirzemski Bsn A.Johnson Cal Oliva Min F.Robinson Bal Harper Mil Pinlella KC Apariclo Chi Fosse Cle Cater NY J.Powell Bal Kill LEAGUE GAB R 113 400 89 109 436 110 450 94 344 !]0 435 60 .?, 18 100 369 112 440 M 113 401 Pel. i? :i» ll! 122 .)04 Minnesota, J.Powe.,1. .ansas i/-/, ./us/ MfNajiy, Palmer, Baltimore, , 1W. .727; McDowell. Cle "altlmore, 17 Cain, Player Club Carty At) CTemente Pgh Perez Cjn Mlfl'.n C k n tl Gaston SD W.Davis LA W. Parker LA Torre StL Hlckman Chi NATIONAL LEAGUE 6AI 117 437 116 467 104 435 110 442 107 436 114 428 115 442 105 367 Home Runs 70 122 K f^ 53 72 143 72 141 il 138 .1 141 '4 117 OAKLAND (AP)-Sam McDowell fired a three-hitter in gaining his 17th triumph of the season as the Cleveland Angels tip Orioles, 3-2 ANAHEIM (AP) -r- Roger Repoz snapped a 2-2 tie with a leadoff eighth inning homer, sending the California Angels to a 3-2 triumph over the Baltimore Orioles last night. BALTIMORE Buford If f Relfenrnd cf Indians edged the Oakland A's, 4-3, last night. McDowell, 17-7, was reached for three runs — all unearned -and two hits in the third inning, then stopped Oakland on one hit the rest of the way. The lefthander struck out nine. The defeat snapped a five- game winning streak by the A's and left them five games behind the West Division leading Minnesota Twins. CLIVILA_ND_ OAKLAND Campnrl,s, a 5l h i b o i frWttiTrf toil Hendrcks c 2000 BRobinsn 3b 4 0 0 0 DJohnson 26 4 0 0 0 3r|ch ss 4 0 Q 0 lencb, Cincinn40per«z, Cincin . H.Aaron, Atlanta, 34; RchAllen, is, 33; B.Wiiliams, Chicago, 32. Ruiu Balled In e/.'.r, C,/itinf!«!i, 115, PcH-t. t :i.l:l -I. H Aurwi. *ti<,/»i. K!}, fc rt':i Inson rf ties 3D 412 :o»ter If 3 Johnson If ..Mb mstone cf 6 TMurphv p 6 La Roche P 0 Queen o viii TV?" * M ' w * 4111 Heldemn ss 3 l I 4110 THprton lb 100 4010 MDowell p 300 2000 3020 2000 OOOO OOOO - yMaMm 2b o pdom P .. ndblad . Insers p 0 L ndblad p Flnsers P DGreen ph La~ 32 2 52 JTotaJ. 30 3 8 3 -UU 'altimore PtMicer, i. UK /-reaoii 00 01 0 1 0 —i 0 1 X-5 Total ei *k y i»"° 35411 3 1 I 0 I -jchman p Tenace ph Grant p Total 00 30 3T5 7. California 5. 2B- - F.Robins,on. 3B— ASU hurlers lose BOULDER, Colo. -The Boulder Collegians whipped the Glacier Pilots of Anchorage, Alaska last night, 7-2 and 7-1. ASU hurler, Craig Swan, was the starter and loser in the first game. Texas All- American Burt Hooten notched the win for Boulder, while in the nightcap the Collegians jumped on another Sun Devil pitcher for six runs. Ken Hansen of Glendale was die victim of the outburst. ASU rightfielder Roger Schmuck pitched four innings of scoreless relief for Anchorage. 8 out of 10 new car buyers pay the price of a Buick. WHY NOT OWN ONE! For nine straight model years, most purchasers of American-made automobiles paid as much for their cars as they would have for a Buick. For present and future value, put your money on a Buick. K t l< bb "* R ER BB SO! 3 'J < 9 THE HEART IN THE HEART OF PHOENIX inning with his 17th home run, matching his career high. With two out, Jimmy Lyttle single'd for his third hit of the game and then scored on Jake Gibbs' double. Kenney walked but reliever Floyd Weaver got pinch-hitter Pete Ward on a fly ball to end the rally. The White Sox had bunched singles by Bill Melton and Duane Josephson and a walk to Ozzie Blanco to load the Royals crush Bosox 1000 0000 0000 1000 334114 BOSTON (AP) - Ed KirkPatrick hit his first maj6r league grand slam homer and Paul Schaal drilled four straight hits yesterday as the Kansas City Royals overpowered the Boston Red Sox, 113. Kirkpatrick unloaded against rookie southpaw Jack Curtis, the fourth of six Boston pitchers, sending a drive into the Red Sox' bullpen in right center for his 14th homer in the eighth. Schaal, who carried a .257 average into the game collected two doubles and a pair of singles in leading Kansas City's 16-hit attack. Rookie Al FHzmorris allowed six hits in hiking his record to 6-3 in his first complete game. The 24-year-old right-hander, converted from an outfielder three years ago, also drove in the Royals' sixth run with a third-inning single. KANSAS CITY ab r h bl PKelly rf 4210 Rolas 2b 5210 Plnlella If 4221 Hernandz ss 1 0 0 0 , Otis cf May's shot tips Tigers MILWAUKEE (AP)— Dave May's solo homer in the fifth inning broke a tie and powered the Milwaukee Brewers to a 3-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers yesterday. May's sixth home run of the season sent Denny McLain down to his fourth defeat in six decisions. The victory went to Mary Pattin, who evened his record at 9-9. 5132 4221 4224 5021 BOSTON ab r h bl Andrews 2b 4111 RSmith cf 40 1 1 Petroclll ss 3010 Ystrmskl lb 3000 TConlBlro rf 4 1 21 Petroclli ss Severson ss Fltzmrris p BConlglro if Kennedy 3b Moses c Romo P Phillips P Peters ph Scnofleld ph 3010 40 ' 3 OL . 3110 0000 1000 1 0 0 1 0 0 Total 4211 1611 Total 31 3 6 3 Kansas Boston City 321 ... ... 100 000 1 1 fl. 010 0 4 0—11 E—Kennedy 2, P.Kelly, Hernandez. DP—Kansas City 3, Boston 1. LOB— Kansas City 9, Boston 3. 2B—P.Kelly ^oiiaoa wnjr 7, DUSIOM J. to —r.^eiiy, Schaal 2, Rolas, Severson, R.Smith. HR— *-" ""' T.Conigliaro Andrews' '" (12f, Kirkpatrick (14). (21), Fitzmorris (W.6-3) "9 Romo (L,4-3) IP H R ER BB SO 63321 Phillips Hartenstein Curtis Wagner 12-355321 22-3 2-3 •I W^llbl f,-^ I V \1 \J Lyle 1 0 0 0 15 WP—Romo. T-2:45. A-17,252. 220. 0010 .--4311 2-31 OOOO 1 bases against Mike McCormick in the fourth. Ken Berry's two-run single finished McCormick and Bobby Knoop's sacrifice fly brought in the third run of the inning. The Yankees, after wasting bases-loaded situations i n each of the first two innings, nicked Chicago starter Bob Miller for a run in the third when Bobby Murcer walked with two out, stole second and raced home on Danny Cater's single. racing tonight 8PM WED. thru SUN. Piri-Muluel Wigerlng • Excellent Dfninf Children Welcome • Glass-enclosed GnndstMi Phont 273-7181 for Reservation* and Round-Trip Bui information. GREYHOUND PARK MacK Canyon Hiway, exit at Dog Track Rd, Funlit' Creyhound Racing Circuit DETROIT MAuliffe2b a 30 h l b O Stanley cf Northrup rf Cash lb Freehan c Wert 3b Maddox If Gutierrez ss DJones 2b McLain p GBrown ph Total MILWAUKEE abrhbi Harper 3b 2000 4000 4121 3110 1000 4020 OOOO 4111 3011 3000 3010 Hejan tb DMav cf Burda rf BSmlth rf Walton If Snyder If Pena ss Roof c Kublak 2b Pattin p 29 2 5 2 Total 31 3 8 3 pp—Milwaukee 2. LOB—Detroit 4 Miwaukee 6. 2B-Stanley, Walton Gutierrez, Burda. 3B-Pena. IjIR-D"wiay 16). McLain (L.2-4, ^ Pattin (W.9-9) 9 T—2:03.-A—19,977. H R ER BBSO 83325 00000 52246 Millers waived Associated Press The Atlanta Falcons placed on waivers yesterday Seth Miller, a defensive back candidate who led the nation in pass interceptions last year with Arizona State and was the Falcons' No. 7 draft pick. Bill Miller of Arizona was placed on waivers by the Los Angeles Rams. Miller was a free agent trying to make the squad as a defensive back. N 7>h Ave . 1122 E. 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