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PÂ»ftB-2 THE NEWS, Frederick, Marykttd i. im Major League Roundup White Sox Bomb Bosox 22-13 With 24-Hit Attack *Â·_ ^_. _Â»H ft ^.H Â« BOSTON (AP) - Luis Aperi- cioand Walt Williams collected five hits a piece as tte Chicago White Sox went on a 24-hit slugging spree and buried the Boston Red Sox 22-13 Sunday for only their third victory in the last 15 games. Aparicio had a triple and four solid singles, driving in. three runs and scoring three times before being rested after six innings. Williams broke out of a slump with a double and four singles in seven times at bat He scored five runs and drove in two. The White Sox went on the season's biggest scoring binge with six runs in the first inning, one in the third, three in the fourth, one in the fifth, seven in the sixth and four in the eighth. The two teams combined for a total of 40 hits, including three' homers, two triples and 10 doubles. The American League record for the most runs by two teams was set in 1950 when the Red Sox beat the Philadelphia A's 22-14. Boston set the record for a single team by scoring 29 against the St. Louis Browns the same year. Minnesota Twins a 7-6 victory cubs and Ferguson Jenkins to a over the New York Yankees. ' - - - - -- Brewers/ 7; Tigers, 6 MILWAUKEE (AP) - Ted Savage cracked a two-run double in the ninth inning Sunday, giving the Mlwaukee Brewers a 7-6 victory over the Detroit Tigers. The Brewers scored three runs in the eighth but still trailed 6-5 when Mike Hegan opened the ninth with a double. Ted Kubiak sacrificed and Hank Allen drew a walk from Detroit reliever Dennis Saunders before Savage doubled against the left Held wall, delivering the lying and'winning runs. Twins/ 7; Yankees, 6 S T. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS CAP) - Harmon Killebrew slammed his second home run of the game to lead off the lOtfc inning Sunday, giving the Pinch-hitter Pete Ward powered a 442-foot home run leading off the seventh for New York to produce a 6-6 tie. The Twins had rallied for four runs in the fifth to go ahead 6-5 and chase New York starter Mel Stottlemyre. Pitcher Jim Kart and Cesar Tovar bunted for hits to launch the rally. Rod Carew singled for one run and Tony Oliva, extending bis hitting dtreak to 16 games, doubled to make it 5-4. Killebrew walked to load the bases and Rich Reese slapped a two-run single. Indians/ 3; Afnfefics/ 2 OAKLAND (AP) - Ted UM- aender singled home the tie- breaking run in the ninth inning Sunday after reliever Dick Ellsworth pitched out troubled in the eighth and the Cleveland tar dians edged the Oakland A's 3-2. Graig Nettles opened the ninth with a single, the fifth hit oft Jim Hunter, 7-5, and Eddie Leon sacrificed him to second before Uhlaender came through. Ellsworth came on with one out in the eighth after Phil Hen- nigah loaded the bases on three walks and he got pinch hitter Tito Francona to hit into a double play. The Indians tied the score in the eighth after Hunter had retired 13 consecutive batters on a double by Ray Fosse and Roy Foster's single. Fosse's fifth homer of the season in the second inning gave Cleveland a 1-0 lead. Reggie Jackson, starting against a left-hander for the first time since May 19, hit his eighth home run off Mike Paul in the sixth for Oakland's first run and the A's went ahead in the seventh when Bert Campa- neris homered off Hennigan. Cubs, 7; Padres, 4 " CHICAGO CAB - Jonnny Callison drove in three runs with a two-run homer and a single Sunday to lead the Chicago 7-4 victory over the San Diego Â·Â»Â»- j_^_ i wires. Callison singled home a run M the Cubs took a 2-0 lead in the first and then walloped his fifth homer in the third after Jim Hickman singled. The Padres scored an unearned run in the second on singles by Nate Colbert and Ed Spiesio and a two-out error by third baseman Ron Santo. Colbert slugged his 17th homo' in the seventh to mark the first earned run the Padres had ever scored against Jenkins, who pitched two shoutouts against them last year. Following Santo's error in the second, Jenkins retired 14 men in a row before Colbert's homer,. Bob Barton homered for the Padres in the eighth and Al Ferrara connected in the ninth. Braves, 9; Pfif///Â·*, I ATLANTA (AP)- Rico Carty drove in six runs with three homers and a single Sunday as the Atlanta Braves whipped the Philadelphia Phillies 9-1, giving right-hander Jim Nash his sixth straight victory. Carty, whose .436 batting average tops both major leagues by more than 30 points and the National by better than 50, drove in the game's first two runs in the third with his first homer, a shot over the right- field fence. His single brought in the first of four fifth inning runs. Orlando Cepeda'followed Carty's RBI single with another, in the fifth, chasing Phils starter Rick Wise, 341. Reliever Barry Lersch gave up a two-run .single by Bob Tillman. Carty unloaded again after a single by Felix Millan in the sixth and hit his 14th homer in the eighth. Nash, 7-1, allowed five hits and struck out 11 but lost his shutout in the eighth on a walk and a triple by Ron Stone. Philadelphia 000000010-150 Atlanta 002 042 Olx- 9 111 Wise, Lersch (5), Jackson (7) and Bates; Nash and Tillman. W- Nash 7-1. L- Wise 3-1. HRs _ Atlanta, Carty 3 (14). Mots, 14-4; Astros/ 4-3 NEW YORK (AP) - Duffy Dyer lashed a run-scoring pinch single in the 14th inning, sending the New York Mets past Houston 4-3 for a Sunday doubled eader sweep. The Mets took the first game 14-4, with Ron Swoboda ripping a pair of two-run homers and driving in five runs as left-han- der Ray Sadecki won his fourth straight. Second baseman Joe Morgan booted Ken Boswell's leadoCf grounder in the 14th inning of the nightcap, Boswell took second on a ground out and Joe Foy was walked intentionally. Left-hander Denny Lemaster, who had started and lost the opener, struck out Jerry Grote but Dyer, batting for pitcher Tug McGraw, broke up" the long struggle with a single to left The Astros had come from be- hind three times to tie the game -- the last two on leadoff homers n the sixth inning by Jim Wynn and in the seventh by Joe Pepitone off Mot starter Jim McAndrew. Swoboda's first homer gave the Mets a quick lead in the opener and SadecU nursed the two-run edge into the fifth inning, when New York exploded \r five more on just three hits. First Game Houston 000 002 020- 4 10 1 New York 200 052 32x- 14 13 1 Lemaster, Ray (5X Bouton (77, Spfnks (77, DiLauro (S) and Bryant; Sadecki and Dyer. W- Sadecld 4-0. L-Lemaster 3-7. HRs-Houston. Wynn (10) Da- F-C Softball Thurmont, 7; Freeman/ 0 American v EAST W. L. Pet. GB Baltimore.:. 33 15 .688 -- NewYork 26 23 .531 7/z Washington 22 24 .478 10 Detroit 21 23 .477 10 Boston... 20 25 .444 ll'/2 Cleveland 16 27 .372 14'/2 WEST Minnesota 31 13 .705 -California 30 17 .638 Oakland 25 23 .521 Kansas City 19 27 .413 Chicago 18 29 .383 Milwaukee 15 30 .333 Yesterday's Results California 6, Baltimore 1 Kansas City 6, Washington Chicago 22, Boston 13 Cleveland 3, Oakland 2 Milwaukee 7, Detroit 6 Minnesota 7, New York 6 Today's Games Â· No games scheduled. National 8 J3 14V5! Navy 8, Lacrosse Army 7 EAST W. L. .25 19 23 26 24 27 Chicago ........... .^5 NewYork ..... ..... 25 Pittsburgh ........ 23 St. Louis ............ 21 Philadelphia .....20 Montreal ........... 16 WEST Cincinnati.... ..... 36 Atlanta ............. 27 Los Angeles ....... 28 San Fran ........... 24 Houston ............ 21 SanDiego .......... 22 Pet. .568 .521 .469 .467 .426 GB 2 4VS 4'A 6Vi Thurmont shutout Freeman Shoe Company 7-0 Sunday in the Frederick Carroll County Softball League behind the three-hit pitching of Bob Clabaugh. Clabaugh held the home team to three singles as Don Lingg had the only extra base hit for Freeman a double. Clabaugh also led his .team at the plate cracking two singles Fastpitch Softball 30 .348 10 14 19 20 26 29 31 .720 -.587 7 .583 7 .480 12 .420 IS .415 15'/z The YMCA Fastpitch-Soft- ball league has had to postpone its Monday games for the next two weeks because the new league diamond is not ready. The game will be made up as rained out games later on the new diamond. The Tuesday and Thursday games will be played at Fort Detrick as scheduled. Yesterday's Results 4-3 New York 144? Houston Chicago 7, San Diego 4 Pittsburgh 7, San Francisco 3 Los Angeles 8, St. Louis 6, Cincinnati 6, Montreal 4 Atlanta 9, Philadelphia 1 Today's Games Los Angeles (Sutton 6-5) at Chicago (Hands 7.2). San Diego (Combs 5-3) at Pittsburgh (Ellis 34), N San Francisco (Perry 7-5) at St Louis (Carlton 2-6), N MSL Continued From B-l Charles Stocks paced the losers with a home run in the single and a single. Denny Potts had three hits and Sonny Blank two for the losers. German' 001 030 040 -8 10 2 Lucketts 021 000 010 - 4 14 4 Ricketts and Zembowen; Frye, Hataes (5), Stocks (9) and Hartman, Shores off Freeman's Wayne Lingg. Ed Ridenour chipped in with a double also for Thurmont. Thurmont 010 310 2 - 7 5 Free' Shoe Co.000 000 0-0 3 Clabaugh and Little; Lingg and Miller Clay's B-P, 5; Woodsboro, 1 Delmar Baker hurled a four- hitter as Clay's B-P defeated Woodsboro 5-1 ' in Frederick- Carroll County Softball action. Baker fanned five. Wayne Lowe, Don Shriner and Ken Piper had two hits each for the winner B-P Woodsboro Baker and Crum 5-10-0 1-4-3 Blank; Eyler and vte (Â»; New York, Swoboda 2 (Â», Agee(6). Docfeprt, a/ Cardinal*, 6 ST. LOUB(AP) - Billy Gra- barkewitz slammed a two-run homer in the lift inning Sunday, powering the Los Angeles Dodgers to an 8-6 victory over theSt Louis Cardinals. Grabarkewits' fourth homer of the season, a shot into the right field stands off reliever George Culver after Wes Parker opened the llth with an infield hit, capped a late-inning Los Angeles comeback. Trailing 6-1, the Dodgers tied the game with five runs in the seventh inning. With two out and the bases loaded, starter Driving Popular In Unser House jfike Torre walked Willie Owls to force in a run and Billy McCool relieved him. Parker grounded to third baseman Joe Torre who raced to the bag too late for a force play as another run scored. Grabarkewitx then stroked a two-run single and Willie Crawford singled home the tying run. Pfrof**, 7; Giant*, 3 INDIANAPOLIS CAP)- Wanda Unser likes to drive more than husband, Al, winner of Saturday's Indianapolis 500-mile race -- at least on the road. "AlÂ»s not a highway driver," said Wanda about her high school sweetheart, "but I love to drive and I love to fly.'* "Sure he's ridden with me," she added, "but then he usually goes to sleep so he doesn't know what's happening." Wands gets her share driving and flying. When sheÂ»| not in Albuquerque shuttling nerraree children about, she's in the air with Al headed for the next race. . The attractive 31-year-old mother, clad in a coral sleeveless A-line dress for the race, was beaming after her mate's victory that meant a hefty increase in their bank account "This has to be the most ex' citing day of my life," she said. "I still cant believe it I never really had the feeling_that he'd win. I know Tie's been running real good, but this still comes as a shock. "Al's wife of 13 years says she hasn't had time to think about what they'll do with the money, but' one filing she's sure of. Al won't retire. "I wouldn't want him to. If he would retire now, he wouldn't know what to do wijh himself." The Unsers are a real racing family. Al's late father, Jerry, raced at Pike's Peak, as did brother Bobby who won the 500 in 1968. Another brother Jerry Jr., was killed here at the Speedway in 1959. Sawchuk Dies Of Cardiac Arrest PITTSBURGH (AP) - Gene Alley led off a five-run third inning against Juan Marichal with his fourth homer of the year and the Pittsburgh Pirates went on to defeat the San Francisco Giants 7-3 Sunday. After Alley's homer, Marichal walked pitcher Bob Moose on four pitches. Matty Alou forced Moose, but Willie Stargell sent Alou to third with a single. Al Oliver doubled off the right field screen, scoring Alou and Stargell. Bob Robertson was safe on an error by Tito Fuentes, and singles by Manny Saogufllen and Dave Cash scored the other two mo*. The Giants got on the board in the eighth when Ron Hunt led off with a single, went to second on an infield out and scored on a single by Willie McCovey. They added a pair in the ninth. tocfe, 6; Expos/ 4 CINCINNATI (AP) - Tony Perei' 18th home run of the see- son cracked a seventh inning tie, carrying the Cincinnati Reds past the skidding Montreal Expos 6-4 Sunday and giving Jim Merritt his 10th pitching victory, 'tops in the majors. Montreal overcame two homers by Lee May' arid 100010? by Hal McRae to tie the game in the sixth on a single by Don Hahn and Rusty Stabu's two-run homer. But Howie Reed walked Bob Tolan with two out in the seventh and Perez followed with a drive into the right field bleachers. NEW YORK (AP) - Terry Sawchuk, considered by many the greatest hockey goalie of all time, died Sunday morning of cardiac arrest following extensive abdominal surgery. He was 40. Sawchuk, who played last season with the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League as a reserve goalie, was hospitalized at Long Beach, (N. Y.) when he suffered an abdominal injury. Police said he had been "horseplaying" with teammate Ron Stewart on the lawn of their rented house in Long Island. Sawchuk underwent surgery to remove his gair bladder and a second operation for complications. He was transferred to New York Hospital Saturday and underwent a third operation for further complications early Memorial Hospital April 29 [Sunday morning. Charles Town FIRST RACE, Purse S2.100.2 YO. Maiden. 4 1 /: Furlongs. ! Waldo'sBoy 118 SailorNight 118 WoodenLady US Tana 115 Instru'talMiss 115 Late Valentine....ill8 Impatient Lady 115 Far *N Easy 118 Dr. Alexander 118 DaviesBoy ..118 Doming Dot 118 BlueBroom 115 Daddy Rabbit 118 HotTurkey 118 SECOND RACE. Purse $1.500. 3 YO, Claiming. 6'A Furlongs. Annie Mac 112 GoBardock 109 SenatorEd 114 Jaunty Prince 117 PocketTatters 112 Miss May Flow...x!07 Out Cap 112 SuperHigh 114 GrayNative 120 THIRD RACE. Purse SI.500. 4 jup. 4Vt Furlongs. 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