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AVALANCHE-JOURNAL— Thur.d.y Morning, April 3. 1975 Phils, Birds Score Exhibition Wins By The Associated Press The Philadelphia Phillies used muscle and the Baltimore Orioles used finesse, but the results were the same: they both won exhibition baseball games Wednesday. The Phillies used grand slam- home runs in successive innings by veteran Ollie Brown and rookie Alan Bannister to rally to a 13-10 victory over Boston. Tony Conigliaro, making a comeback after being out of baseball for 3% years, batted in four Red Sox runs with a double and a three-run homer. Baltimore nipped Atlanta 1-0 In 12 innings when Don Baylor scored on Tim Nordbrook's suicide squee/.e bunt. Baylor had reached base on an error, stolen second and moved to third on an infield grounder. In other games, Kansas City blanked the Chicago White Sox 5-0, the New York Yankees stopped Texas 6-2, Houston edged St. Louis 2-1. Montreal beat Cincinnati G-5, Milwaukee plopped San Diego 5-1, San Francisco downed California 64, Cleveland rooted Oakland 113 and the Chicago Cubs defeated Los Angeles 9-4. Hank Aaron's first home run of the spring helped power Milwaukee past San Diego. John Briggs and Gorman Thomas also homered for the Brewers while Willie McCovey blasted one for the Padres. Doc Mcrlich hurled a strong seven innings against the Rangers, lowering his earned run average to 0.77, as the Yan- Uees snapped a four-game los ing streak. Steve Busby's pitch ing and a two-run homer by Hal McRae led Kansas City Royals over Ihe White Sox. Cincinnati clipped Montreal when Larry Parrish doubled with one out in the eighth and came home on Tony Scott's iriple. Rookie Gary Carter hit a three-run homer and Bombo Rivera had a solo blast for the Exnos, while Johnny Bench slammed a two-run homer for the Reds. A single by Milt' May knocked in both Houston runs against St. Louis. Gaylord Perry gave up only two hits in seven innings in his final tuneup for leveland. John Ellis knocked in three runs on two singles and a double against Oakland. A pair of homers by Ri'ck Monday led the Cubs past Los Angeles. The loser was Mike Marshall, who gave up five runs and seven hits 5n the two Innings he worked. Gary Thom- usson's homer and single highlighted two three-run rallies to lead San Francisco over the (\ngels. Pittsburgh blanked Detroit 8-0 in a night game at Lakeland, Fla. Exhibition Linescores San Diego 000 000 100-1 6 2 Milwaukee 003 110 OOx-5 12 0 slebort, Ifelnlosh (6) and Kendall; Murphy, Castro (8), 'Hausman (S) and Porter. VV—Miii7>)i.v. L—Slebcil. Hlis-MI- wiiukce. Aaron. Brings, Thomas; San Diego, McCovcy. 1/75 AnRclcs 010 110 ^0!^-4 13 .1 ChlCRsro (N) 1M 010 IIM—M 15 0 Button .Marshall (7) and Yeager; Bon- hnni. Fraillntf '•!). Knowles CD, Kamora (SI silt! Ilosley, Miltervvald (71. W— Kr.oulos. Tr-Marstiall. HRs—Los Angeles, Gurvcy; Chicitiio, Monday, 2. Oakland 000 000 0.10— 383 Cleveland 100 015 40x—U 14 i, Abbott, Lockwood (G). Krausso (71 imii Iliinoy; Poro 1 , Baldwin IB) nnd Ellis, Ashby (8), W—Ferry. L—Abbott. Philadelphia 010 OOX R50—13 10 2 Boston 100 702 000-10 14 0 Rulhvon, Acosta (7* nml Doonc. Ksslnn (S); Cleveland. Morot (6>. Kreuijer (81 Find Montgomery. Blac^wcll (fii. W— Acosla. I<—Mnrct HRs—Philadelphia. Hrown. Bannister; Boston. Pclrocclll, :TWU, LCC Top District VIII Poll • Texas Wesleyan and Lubbock Christian College remained 1-2 in the fourth weekly District VIII (NAIA) baseball poll but University of Dallas shot past Dallas Baptist into third place. T\VC presently stands 18-9 and LCC is 14-9. UD has improved its record to 3-2 and Dallas Baptist stands 4-7— and will play LCC in a Texoma Con ference series this weekend. 1 The poll will continue throiigh May 7, with the district tournament set for Arlington the weekend of May 9-10. FLYING HIGH—Philadelphia" Phillies* third baseman Mike Schmidt (20) leaps high in the air to get out of the way of a sliding Juan Beniquez of the Boston Red Sox as Bcniciuez is tagged out at third base by Phils' catcher Bob Boone. Beniquez attempt- ed to advance from first on Fred Lynn's grounder back to the mound in an exhibition game Wednesday in Winter Haven, Fla. Lynn was thrown out at first with the ball then going to third for the double play. (AP Wireplioto) RnUImore onn "fin 000 001—1 4 0 Atlanta 000 000 000 OWI-0 5 2 fr-lmslcy. RcvnnldH t$i Jnhnson POi. MMcholl (121 and Etehebarren. Duncan ~): Cnnrn. Gentry (6). Ho>:<-e (1 1 > and rorretl Pocoroba (10). W-Johnson. L— Mouse. Kansas Cily SOU 100 010-!? 11 1 Chicago (A» 000 000 COO—I) 2 1 Busby. Bird (6X Leonard (81 nml H'-'aly. Sllnson (Rl: Johnson, ottcn (8). Upvnaw (f) end Doivntnfc. \V —Busby. L— Johnson. HR—Knnsns City, Jtcnac. Houston 002 (MO 000—2 7 1 SI 7-rfluls 000 OM flOB— 1 U 2 Roberts. Forsrli (7). Sherman (S>. Ynrk (fli nnd May. Jiilzc (8K Gibson. Sosa (7) and Simmons. \V—Roberts. L—Gibson. Cincinnati M2 000 1DO—S 14 0 Sl.inlrenl aio 100 OK—fi 9 1 Gullett. T. Carroll (81 and Bench. PJummcr (7); IMcN'iills'. DcSTnla (7) Murray (!)) and Poote. W—DeMolnr. 1^—T. Carroll. IIP.s—Cincinnati, Bench; Men- treaj. Carter. Rivera. Texas 001 COO (lfll-2 7 0 New York (Al 000 012 (Bx—6 6 1 Bibby, Tcrpko (6). Korman (8), Tanner (Si and Fahey. EimdberK (7); Slcdich. Pagan (8) and Dempscy. W—Medich. L— Terpko. California 103 100 000-4 11 0 San Francisco 000 003 03x—6 10 2 Hasslcr. Hockenberry (8) and Rodri zura. Bryant, l^alcone (6), Motfltt (9) and Radcr. W—Falcone. Is— Hockenberry. HR—San Francisco, Thomasson. Anderson Says Cincy Can Win Title TAMPA, Fla. (AP) The Big Red Machine is back, with speed and depth to supplement ;he old explosive engine which carried Cincinnati to the top of .he National League. "I feel we've put together a pretty good machine and we'll oe there," says Reds Manager Sparky Anderson. "If they beat us, they'll have to win 100 ;ames. The "they" Anderson re- 'erred to is the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Reds' perennial challenger for the National ue West crown. Dodger scout Ed Liberatore, after watching the Reds U-ounce the \ T ew York Mets in recent exhibition game, said mockingly, "We probably won't even show up opening day. "They (the Reds) should be heavy favorites," he added. "I think Las Vegas has the Dodgers as 3-2 favorites. But the Reds figure to run away with it all." The Reds have been hitting his spring like they wanted to ull away early, like they did n 1970 when The Big Red Mahine, as they were then called, f as rolling along. As spring training winded State's Top Track Times ilO REIAV Gslvcston Ball 11.9 Uallns Hoosevell J^.O Conroc 42..1 Texarkana 42.4 Hou-slon Forest Brook ,42.4 Clear Lake 42.5 Temple 42.5 Houston Sterline .42.3 Lublroclc Uunbar 42.G Abilene 42 G Vorl Worth Wratt 42*S Houston Worthing 426 Jasper ' Austin Ander.son Fort Worth Arlington Hcirjhl^ MII.T 11KLAV HoiiMdn-Worlhlns Kravospi'jii IHmMon Stroke Jo Austin Andnr.son . Houston Madison . Conroc ,., "JVmnlo Ablltnc ....uilS.7 ^!.'.i:18.'7 100-VAItI) DASH Robert Johnson. F\v Tech Carlton Derritt, Winonil Paul Ji-ffcrson. Rich. Berkner Wiley 'ininicr, Dailns \\Vi\c Cliarles Alexander, C-nlveslon Rlclinrd ItalliT. Htn. Khnrpstow Tim VA wards. K.nsl CltnmbcTs .Donncll Hajfttt'in, Abilene Midiacl Rhodes. F\v Poly ... C.J, While, lav Carter Charles U'iKiiam, F\v Dunbar Yountf, Temple S50-YAHD DASH Wiley Turner, Dallas WJiilc . Charles Green, Abilene . Carlton Derrilt, Winona .... I>errirk llntchctt SA Jay . . Welton Cobb. .Snvilcr . . . TJOUK ITobbs. L:ii>bcck Hich Bob Clar>'. EP Burges Roland Sales, F\V Arl HolKhl Kellh Baker. Dallas Roosevelt CircR west, L\ibbock T'stncado Steve Simms. Tuloso-JTIdway Donnell Baldwin, Abilene ... <ffl-YAnn Elrtck Brown. Turkln Boll n ... ..Jl.S . ,Fl.~> ..il.5 ,. ?' 5 ..9.S ..9.^ . 0.5 21.3 21.3 .'-'1,5 -21.H ,1'l.fi .21.fi 21.6 21.7 21.7 21.7 ..21.7 .21.7 17.1 Randy Baker. Htn. Wistbury 48.7 Leonard Scott, Jasper .48.9 Edwin Newsomo. Htn. Madison 48.9 Collie Gray. Dallas HJIIcrest ..4&9 Gary Harris, FW Northslda 49.1 Eddlo Shaw. FW Tech 49.1 Rene Guzman. Htn. Sam Hln 49.1 Gregory Clark. Dallas Roosevelt 49.1 Gary Hopper, Klein .4D,1 880-YARD DASH Tommy Glass. Pcrmion liSM Lloyd Lewis. Htn Worthing .1:H.7 TanKerio. Austin Anderson 1:54.9 Tommy McCall. Dallas Lincoln 1:55.3 Randy Tales, Lubbock Monterey ...1:55.4 Bo Rouse. Htn. sterling 1:55.4 Chuck Schreibcr Htn. Waltrlp .1:55.8 Victor Boyd. FV,' Wvatt li.ls.S .Tu;in Rfos. EP Austin ,l:5li.O Ctmck Hell, Uikc- Highlands 1:56.1 Robert Lepard. BrownCield 1:56.2 STILK RPX Mike Novell], lltn. Slnxkc Jesuit ...4:11.8 Bernuvc Martinez, FuKurrias 4:17.7 Mmvel Vjirgiw, flA Fox Tech -i:17.!l Ken Talbol. Dalls ?OC 4-132 Herman Amador, Hln. Slrnkc Jesuit -1:10.1 Krik Ijilhrou. Clear Lake -1:20.5 Lane Mitchell: NA Alamo HcK'hO ..'1:21.5 Lewis Jlacias. Dallas Sunset 4:21.G Chip Lowe. Carrollton Turner .4:217 Mike Andrew, Dailns Sunset 4:22.0 3Iarty r'jxjelich. Htn. Scarborough ..^^^'.O 120 HURDLES Charles WlRham, F\V Uunbar ,13.5 Kern l-lugs, Hln. slerllnR K.o Iloutflaa Thompson, Dallas KOC M.O Derek Pago, FW Pascal 14.1 CHrton Broussard Hln. For. Brook ..U.I Jes.sc James, JVavasota 1-1.L Kinil Flowers. EdlnburK 11.2 Curtis collier. EP Burgea M.2 ^T. Evans, Dallas Bislion Lyneli ..... 11.2 Willie Reed, PA LiJicw&i 1-I.4 Alfred Gilbert. Hln. Storlinc ,M.2 Cornelius Carroll, Hln, Yates !•!.? l^connrd Le-.vis, Oalveslon Bal] !•!.'.? Jesse .Tnmcs. Nnvasotn John Floyd, Gladcwator Gordon Marshal. Tcmnle Charles Wlfihnm, IAV Dunb;ir Carl White. Hemphill Curtis Collier. EP Burses Kent Flifgs. Htn. Sterling ,., Stevo Barnes, Alvin Lnnce Lolly. Austin Wostlnkc :;B.2 38.3 . ,. ..38.5 ,38.0 .:;.=. 7 38.7 Joel Thomas. Bryan -----SHOT PliT George Woodard. Van Vlcck Hllton Jones. Midland Lee Mike Bayslnger, Dallas Lincoln Oreg Zulkowski: Lam. Cons. Don Carlson, \VF Hirschl Phil Tabor. Spring Branch Bam Proctor, LaMattiuo . Reulnald Lewis, PA Lincoln Bill Acker: Freer .Manuel Garcia: SA Catholic BR B3- 61-£ 60-6V GO- 53-1, 59-S'/ 53- 5n- 58-1 5S-9? DISOCS Phil Tabor, Spring Braz.ch ... Steve Stewart FW RlclUand . Roy Carroll. Killccn David Jlarkert, SA Lee Stanley Blinks, Kockd.ile Tliomns Brown, Galveston Ball Millon Jones. Midland Lee .. James Bearlield. E^leasanton . Clay llnrrcn, Conroe Barr> r . KA Ufarshal Bryan Cox. flfonahnns JS8-! 187-' 175-11 172- 172-t 109-1 167-11 167-' NW-fl 1G3-3 r.oxo JCJtp David Parkinson, Boyton Sterllne Terence McDaniel. John Tyler ... Harold Perry, Bonham Reginald Jamerson, Htn. Sterllne Luther Jones Dallas SOC Freddie Taylor, Garland Oscar Lozaao, EP High Kenneth Earls, Beau. Fnr. Part Ramont Watts, Dallas SOC . .. Marvin Mondque, Htn Wlientloy ...22.9H 23-7U 23-614 .23^',23-3 .23-1',! 23- ...1S4 Ores Lnmbdin, Galveston Ball 6-10 1 ,! \Voody Lj-ons, Smyer G- ( Tommy Willlarns, Luhbock Estacado ..B-8 Delbcrt New. Amarillo HiBh S-S Hobart Williamson. EP Coronado fi-f IWy Jackson. Lam. Cons 6-i Ronnie Keyes. Klltforc 6-81 Mike Adams. Nacadochej .., fi-l Bill Wimberly. Richland 6-f Steve Hailstone. Richardson B-7',i POMS VAULT Paul Joseph. Ro::kd.ilc 1-1-6 Glenn Newrohr Galnesvllla 14 Gary Ijinkford Taylor 14 „ Pon Wutson. Port Lavaca 14-2>* Handy Clabaugh, Lubbock Coronado .14-: Mf.rk Herns. Brazos wood 14-: nave Flnmmlnff. Abilene Cooper 344. Britt Feik. FW Arl. Heights 11-0 Charles Morris. Amarillo Hi* 14-0 Ken Cnmphelt. Beau. For. Pnrt: 14.0 :o\vn through its final week, 11 f 15 non-pitchers on the Reds' oster were hitting .300 or bet- sr. Three of them—Johnny ench, Tony Perez and Merv Lettenmund—were above the 400 mark. Anderson knows it Is ihipor- ant to keep the hitting going arly in the season, when the leds play the Dodgers seven imes. "We won't leave it in Floria," he said. "And even if we do, we won't panic." The reason, Anderson said, Is that the Reds feel they have something to prove. "It's in the air" Anderson said. "Everything's different. There's no complaining. Everyone's after one thing—winning." Relief pitcher Clay Carroll said he would be quite happy to stay out in the bullpen, and never get into a game—if the team wins. "I don't care if these guys hit so good that I never pitch," said the Reds' relief ace. "Just so long as I get that big World Series check at the end of the season." Seeking Big Yeai* she won only three came 1974. Six vic- live seconds and a NEW YORK (AP) — Joanne Garner gained a lot of con- idence and shed a lot of weight :ast year and wound up as the eading money winner on the Ladies' PGA golf tour. This year, she's looking forward to becoming the first (100,000 winner and buying her 'irst bikini. "I start slowly every year," Sirs. Carner said Wednesday, but now I start knowing I can win." Joanne Carner, nee Gun- ierson, rewrote the record boohs as, an amateur in the 1950s and 1960s, winning 15 major events, including five U.S. Amateur crowns. But in her first four years as a professional, times. Then tories, record $87,074 in prize money. She was named LPGA Player of the Year and won the Vare Trophy for the lowest scoring average. "Gardner Dickinson changed my swing and Billy Martin changed my attitude," she said Wednesday. "I figured since I had it all together I might as well lose weight, too. "I was tired of being referred to as 'the fat one over there. And I was tired of seeing myself in television commercials. Television .always makes you look 15 pounds heavier anyway Last February she started dieting and by June she had dropped 40 pounds from her 5- foot-7 frame. "When you're a size 18," she said, "all you can find are old ladies' clothes. When I got down to a size 11 the first thing I did was go out and buy the wildest pants suit I could find.' Dickinson, a golf pro, straightened out her backswing, and Martin, manager of baseball's Texas Rangers, told her to treat golf as a game. She and her husband Don shared the hardships of dieting, practicing and traveling the circuit. "We're unbeatable as a team," Mrs. Carner said. "I Ijave only one rule—that he doesn't give me advice while I'm playing, But after a round, we discuss what I did wrong and I practice until I get it right." Mrs. Carner, who will be 36 on Friday, said that the big weight loss did hot affect her drive, known as the most powerful on the tour. "If anything SPC Netters Top Wayland Squad LEVELLAND (Special)— South Plains College's tennis team blanked Wayland Baptist in both boys and girls matches Wednesday. Next week, the boys will host Western Texas on Tuesday, and both teams will play Odessa College here next Wednesday. SPC MEN 9.WAYLANP 0 taKles—AJInn Hollldoy del. David Jones, G-3. G-l; Gary Swain del. Lester Williams, ti-3, C-0; Homy Bcnltez clef. Nick Gronl 6-3, G-l; Ralph Mlison dcj. Doyla.Walls B-2, Mi; Afluro Poras deJ. Tony luo 6-2. C-4; Gary Owens dof. Bill McMillan G-3, 3-4. Doubles—Holllday-Sivaln ilet. Jones- Grant 7-6. 6-3; Uenilep.-Porras deJ. Wil- liams-MuMUUtn 6-0, 6-1; Mason-Owens def, Walls-Ieo 6-3. 6-0. SPC WOXXSf <J, VV.VYLA.VD 0 Singles—JaJiet Wlnstead dcf. Cheryl Carr, 6-fl. 6-0; Pom Knlshlen <Iot. Martha Plunk 6-0. 6-0; JiU Wlnslcad dcf. Billic Brings 6-0, C-0; Debbie Fields del. Einlly Johnson (M. 6-3; Ton! Germany dcT. Deborah Lane 6-0, 6-0; Cynthia Hathcoek dcf. Shelia Polls 6-1. G-l; Pou- blc.-^-Kniuht-Ficlds def. Carr-Plimk 6-2, 6-1; Winslead-Wiiistcad def. BriKirs-Poll 6-0. G-l; Hallicock-Gerniany del, Johnson ilass!ic Warren 6-1. 6-2. Mets Put Hurler On Disabled List ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The New York Mets placed pitcher George Stone on the disabled list Wednesday, reducing their squad to 27 rpen. Stone last pitched in a game on July 30, 1974 and this spring, has been restricted to throwing on the sidelines. Stone has an ailingfshoulder that he traces to an injury in a basketball game during the winter of 1973-74. Stone had a 12-3 record in 1973, and his .800 winning percentage was the best mark in the National League. Last yea: he was 2-7. it's even better,", she^saM. "And I'm not nearly so' \lrcd after walking 18 holes." As for her swing, well, she's worked on it so much that 'shie. has let her putting slip. | But after a slow start this season, she finished second last,.w?ek at Phoenix despite a nagging cold. Now she is priming «,fpr the $200,000 Dinah Shore- Win*-, ner's Circle in Palm Springs, Calif., April 17-20. •..'...;,:, Wednesday's Storecard r-KO BASKETBALI- NBA Boston SB. Buffalo 91! Wn.vhlnglon 112 Houston 85 Detroit 97. Chicago 89 • - , ABA Kentucky 88, Virginia SI New York ill), Memphis 97 Ulah 119, Inclana 112 rno HOCKE* Mil, Atlanta 3. Toronlon 0 Los Angeles 5. SI. Louis 2 Montreal 6, PHtsbureli 0 Detroit s Washington 3 wiu Houston 7, Cleveland 6 Queueu 5. Minnesota 3 COLLEGE BASKlMI.r. Texas Tecli 5-5, Abilene Otirlstlan 0-6 Luhbock Christian 3-5. Eastern New Mexico 0-1 UT-Arilnj!lon 1W. Jolm P. Kennedy'f>8 AAU WOMEN'S BASKETBAIJ," 1 ™ Fullcrton. Calif. 74. Waylaml Baptist 55 New York 67. OuachUu. Ark. 32" ™ Aukcny. Iowa 82. Detroit 26 ' \V;iyla»d lliiptist 98. Seattle. 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