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MAIL 58 The Arizona Republic S PtioeMx, Pri., Aug. 14, 1IW Toros rally to overtake Salt Lake SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Tucson struck for four runs in the eighth inning to grab a come-from-behind 7-6 Pacific Coast League victory over Salt Lake City Wednesday night. Outfielder Ron Lolich, who has been blasting Salt Lake pitching all week, doubled home the tying and winning runs for the Toros. The game winning hit capped a perfect night at the plate for Lolich — who also had a home run, a single and another ; double in his four (rips to the plate. Lolich has had 14 hits in 23 trips to the plate during the current series, including three home runs.-: Leftfielder John Sipin provided most of the batting muscle for Salt Lake City with a pair of two-run homers, one in the first inning and another imthe eighth. re? \ FANFARE &v Walt DUsen are* at KendairW^ Aftft,'(ftf.T-Knuckle, 1 (2-8). HR — Tucson, Lolch (12), Napier (1); Salt Lake, Sipln 2 (19). Spokane, 6-5 EUGENE, Ore. (AP)-Tom Hutton, in the,;game because of an ejected player, broke a 5-5 tie,Vith a-solo home run in the top of the ninth inning to give Spokane-a 6-5 Pacific Coast League victory Wednesday night over Eugene. SPOKANE JOO Mi EUGENE 200 5 ning, W—P Spoka Hutto.. ,„,, A-1,324. Eugene Portland wins TACOMA (AP) - Pete Koegel blasted three homers and John Felske hit one out of the park Wednesday night in pacing the Portland Beavers to a 13-9 Pacific Coast League victory over the Tacoma Cubs. Portland 01* 03 Tacenu OOP tl Jwitchell, Fisher (7) Edperto^ ,,, and.Fe, Click (I), -..-'; Dlstaso, Newman (8), Chandler triumphs By MIKE McDERMOTT MESA —Gary Carver traded a little pain for victory Wednesday night as Chandler clipped the Arcadia Boosters, 2-1, in 10 innings in first round action of the American Legion baseball tournament at Rendezvous Park. Arcadia hurler Frank McConnell hit Carver in the shoulder with the bases loaded, forcing in Greg Snowden with the deciding run and advancing Chandler into tonight's winner's bracket game at 6 p.m. Arcadia came back in the loser's bracket contest, eliminating Tucson Gas, 5-4. It seemed inevitable that Chandler should score, as in the two previous innings Chandler had also loaded the bases but couldn't bring a run across. The first threat in the eighth was eliminated when McConnell struck out Larry Bonds. And again in the ninth Chandler filled the bases with none out, but Joe Nix was cut down at the plate and McConnell fanned Chris Harshey and Reed Pew. Arcadia also blew an opportunity to score in the top of the tenth when they loaded the bases. But Chandler hurler Harshey whiffed Rob Millsop and got Randy Catalanotte to ground out. Harshey went the distance for Chandler in the game de» layed by. rain Tuesday night and won his twelfth stwight game. • Arcadia's yjctpry in,the.#i> ond contest was a hard-fought won, the Boosters having to come back from a 4-1 deficit Kent Stult?' two-out single in the eighth drove in Gerry Gerard with the wiming run. Arcadia took a 1-0 Jeao) in the third, Dave LaitmVter doubling Don Sqhlander home. Tucson upped the margin to 4-1 ;>!! Kon Hostt-y yorul Yanks edge White Sox, 4-3 Merritt notches 17th Associated Press CINCINNATI - Cincinnati crashed three holhe 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. Merfitt 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 triples gave up by Cleon successive Jones and Brown, Arcia fuel Padres by Cards Donn 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 homers. Bench's homer followed a leadoff walk by Tony Perez. May's homer was his 25th of the season. Perez hit his 36th home run of the year in the sixth and smacked a two-run double, following singles by Merritt and Pete Rose in the eighth. N*WYO«C Associated Press NEW YORK -Rookie Frank 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 CHICAGO NtW YORK OBrlfnjb WdcjVkeJb W" Aparlcio ss 4 CMay If Melton rf Josephsn c te b Berry cf Hopkins ph WWIIams pr RMIIIer p Weaver p McCraw ib Total 34 3 »3 Total 334114 inning with his 17th home run, matching his career high. With two out, Jimmy Lyttle singled for his third hit of the game and then scored on Jake Oibbs' 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 BOSTON (AP) - Ed KirkPatrick hit his first major 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 Fitzmorris 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. BOSTON bases a g a f rf s t Mike Me- Cormick in the fourth. Ken Berfy's two-run sirfgfg 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. KANSAS CITY ab r h bl Kelly, rf :olas 2b lnlella If S Mcate ew York :.',,,Si CINCINNATI *!V fiflBkWlP Kenney. SF—Knoop. IP 10 Associated Press ST. LOUIS - Ollie Brown ning and 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. with a seventh. brought in Arcia sacrifice fly in the Clndenon Ib Swoboda rf Foy 3b Dyer c Stay or p Wels 2b Sadecki o abrhbl R.AAIIHr 42-310 3 'f 5129 Weaver (L,M) 3 11 & 32°2?Mc^rmlck 3 tf 5° 3° ,1, l,Mi 2 K / i!S? wlkl Y&Vo If 2000 S.Hamllton 1-3 o 0 If 2000 Aker (W.4-1) 200 ib 4010 WP-R.MIlW. T-2143. A- 9, lo 7, New !noop, lurcer, Slneiefon oh i 5 o d LMav Ib - McRae ,0 Carbo I 0 Helms iu , „ , 0 Woodwrd ss 4 0 0 0 Merritt P 311 00 0 0 0 ,902. _ , o o 1000 Total Brown hammered loser Reggie Cleveland (0-1) for his 20th home run with Al Ferrara aboard in the second in- 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 - g am e 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. Tony Gonzalez, who had three hits, put the Braves in front in the third with a two- run double to right center. Rico Carty belted his 25th homer into the left field seats in the sixth after Gonzalez had singled. 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 white Fen-am and Barton had three apiece in San Diego's 16-hft attack. Lou Brock and Joe Torre had three each for the Cardinals. Down 94 in the eighth, the Cardinals drove winner Clay Kirby (8-13) from the mound with RBI hits from pinch- hitter Vic Davalillo and Brock, plus a ground-out. Richie Allen delivered a two-run homer earlier for the Cards, his 33rd, and Torre and Brock had solo" clouts. SAN DICOO §T. LOUIS New Yei* Cincinnati 32 1 5 1 Total 32 6 8 6 100 000 .000 301 . E—Sadecki. Perez. DP—New LOB-Rew York 4. Cincinnati Rose, Wels, Perez. Clendenon. HR-Bench (40) Ptrn (36). SB—Tolan. Sadecki (L.7-4) '? . . 4 Frisella 2 2-3 4 R.TayJpr. l 1-3 0 •tetasw S E ? ] 3 3 0 0 5 1 1 tMahaffey I links leader Klrby p Baldachn Herbel p Total Ph Crosby ss 0000 0000 0000 San Ditto St. Louis . «J J Oil 10* «)« I00_» oio-r E—Barton. SB-BaTton. O.Brown. Klrby (W,H3) BakJsctiun Herbel Cleveland 2. LOB—San ' 28—Arcia, iwn«ir^K .IS!: S—Campbell 2. SF— MONTREAL ATLANTA . Hrtbosk iMvYoVo iffinV """ IM/fc :!M1Wr Labor 3b 40 00 " Alan 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. The Phils bounced back to take the lead, 3-1, in the fifth as Tony Taylor and Larry Bowa singled. Don Money doubled them both home and, after taking third on Deron Johnson's single, Money scored on Byron Browne's sacrifice fly. Doug Rader's single, a walk and Cedeno's bunt single loaded the bases against reliever Dick Selma in the eighth for Houston and the Astros cut the margin to 3-2 on John Mayberry's infield out. PHILADILPHIA HOUSTON 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 Gurfey of Golf, 111. ' Purtzer was on the scoreboard with 71-73-144, vhife Twitty — a three-tournament winner this, summer..i- had a pair of 72s. Gurley was one shot better on his 68-75—143. The 72-hole tourney winds up tomorrow. Baiemin c 300 Boccablla ib 3 0 2b Win* ss Weaener p Brand ph HReed p Total Montreal Atlanta 00 JHall If 0 o Lum rf < 0 CBover 3b 0 Q TAaron Ib Tinman c .ton line 4110 3132 •4112 0000 300. 2000 ... 1 0 0 0 GS. 0 0 0 0 Wll me p dm p 3010 2000 3000 3000 3020 0000 29 1 31 Total 2» 4 I 4 CubHRs ruin S.F. Philadelphia Houston aits ,»«, .,., Wednesday's late boxes CLEVELAND Plnson rf *- OAKLAND Mlnaorl Lasher Fingers achemjnn <W,3-1) 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 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. Santo's homer in the seventh, after Jim Hickman's double and an intentional walk, sewed up the decision for Pappas (8-5) whose four- inning homer pulled the Cubs into a 2-2 tie. Pappas also had two singles. After S a n t o 's big blow, Johnny Cailison singled to finish Perry (16-11) after a 13- hit Cub pummeling. Perry had pitched four straight complete games against the Cubs. Williams' homer in the fifth, moving the Cubs ahead 3-2, was his 32nd. CHICAOO _.E—Blaslngame. Philadelphia " ' 000 003 00 0— 3 000 100 0 3 X-4 ...... DP—Houston 1. LOB— «i!"°ViAiC'"° cc i 9V S « '• W—Money. SB-JWynn. SF—J.Alou, Browne. IP H RERBBSO C.Short Selma (L.5-6) Hoerner Blaslnoame Culver A-sa?. (w - s - 3 ' ' 2- 1 0 0 PB-M.Ryan. 2:28. Pancho pushed before winning TORONTO (AP) - Pancho Gonzalez curbed his temper enough to survive three match points and defeat Ron Holmberg of Highland Falls, N.Y.* 6-4, 4-6, 8-6, last night in a rain - delayed, second - round singles match in the $23,000 Canadian Open Tennis Championship. The- fifth-seeded Gonzalez, of Los Angeles, broke Holmberg's service in the fifth arid seventh games to win the first set, but erupted in the second set when a double fault was called in the 10th game with Holmberg leading 5-4. Top-seeded Rod Laver of Australia made his tournament debut and won his second-round match, 6-3, 6-1, over countryman Bill Bpwrey. 8 out oi 10 new car pay the price oi'a Buick. WHY NOT OWN ONE: For nin« straight modtl years, most purchasers of American.m«de automobiles p «id a| much for their cars as they would have for a Buick. For pr«ient and future value, put your money on a Buick. »"™s^, c ! it's llij MJfc.wt Pavlion p Fuenle* »s SffQWr - 3b 1 •brhbl H U ~,, ison rf . 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A single by Dick McAuliffe, a double by Mickey Stanley, a walk to Jim Northrup and a f i e 1 d e r 's choice preceded Freehan's hit. The Brewers rallied to tie the score in the fourth inning when they bunched four hits, including a squeeze bunt. Bob Burda doubled and scored one out later on a triple by Roberto Pena. Pena came home on a squeeze bunt by Phil Roof. Se Flt _______ ..ver Ib aal 3b iverson ss soil Izmrrls p 4011 ab r h bl 2b 4111 4011 3000 I 21 1 0 S 0 2 1 KenneSy"3b 3000 5241 4210 Andrews 2 S 2 1 o RSmith cf , . . . .,„,.„= „ 4221 PefroclH ss 3010 Hernandi ss 1 0 0 0 Ystrmskl Ib 3 0 C Oils cf S 1 2 2 TConlsIro rf 4 1 P nlella If 4221 Petrociif ss 301 S^R!! rk ,£ till BConlslrolf 401 • itwioivur 1 Moses c Total 42111611 Kansas Boston City 3110 0000 pnmips p 1000 Peters ph 1 0 0 o Schofield ph i o 0 o Total 31 3 43 .321 0 i o 100000 0 4 0—11 110 — 3 _|-Kennedy 2, p.Kelly, Hernandez. DP—Kansas City 3, Boston 1. 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