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TKPtfBLIC 44 TWWtUlft Republic Pfcoenbt, Wed., Jmi« 17, 1970 FARE San Francisco edges Cubs, 3-2 Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO - Gaylord Perry fired a three-hitter and Dick Dietz slammed a three-run homer, boosting the San Francisco Giants to a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs last night. _•The loss chopped the Cubs' lead over the New York Mets in the National League East to three games. Perry, 10-6, became the second National League pitcher to _ _ _ - win as many as 10 games this season, joining Cincin- Merritt, who <30T HERE,' MOW MUCH Wah »****" Cleveland in victory Braves tip Expos, 9-7 MONTREAL (AP) - Hank Aaron and Orlando Cepeda Aaron drove in two runs and a 9-7 victory over Montreal last night. The Braves stormed to an early 7-1 lead, then hung on to snap a three-game losing string as Milt Pappas picked up the victory in relief of George Stone. Garrido opened the game with a triple and scored on a single by Aaron, who stole second and tallied on Orlando Cepeda's single. After two walks filled the bases, Bob Didier's single made it 3-0. Singles by Stone and Garrido knocked out Montreal starter Carl Morton in the second and two wild pitches by reliever Bill Dillman got another run home. Singles by Aaron and Tony Gonzalez produced two more, giving Atlanta a 6-0 lead. ATLANTA MONTREAL Garrido ss 5230 Hahn If 2011 Mlllan 2b 4220 MJones oh 1 0 0 o HAaron rf 4122 HReed P o 0 0 0 rartv If 5021 Fairey If l 0 o 0 ' ' " 5111 Suthtrlnd 2b 5 0 1 1 4021 Staub rf 2100 3000 Phillips cf 3110 5021 Staehle 2b 2021 3110 Labov 3b 5010 1000 McGinn p 0000 oooo Bateman c 5100 0000 Boccablla Ib 5 1 2 l Wine ss 2110 Fairly If 2011 Morton P - - - Dillman P Bailey ph Strhmavr p Brarid ph Stoneman P Gotger cf nati's Jim Merritt, who has won 11. The tall right-hander carried a one-hitter — Johnny Callison's fourth-inning single — and a 3-0 lead into the seventh. But the Cubs pulled within one run on Billy Williams' double and Ron Santo's 400- foot homer, his sixth of the season. The Giants scored all their runs off Bill Hands, 8-5, in the second. Willie McCovey led off by drawing the first of his three walks and Ken Henderson was safe on rookie shortsop Roger Metzger's error. NATIONAL AT SAN FRANCISCO . CHICAGO^ SAN. FRANCISCO, Popovleh 2b 4000 Bonds rf *40 A Cafjlspn rf.. 4 0 1 Ci Gallagher 3b 3 0 1 0 4110 Mays cf 4000 300 0 McCovey Ib ' --3112 Hendersn If 3 0 00 Dlatz C 2000 Fueptes 2b 1000 Lanicr ss 2000 Perry p 1000 Mets down K " kc " ay4 - hiacr Reds, 8-1 Ti § er8 **** A % 5' 1 +Wlllams If Hlckman Ib Santo 3b Hlatt c CJamas cf Hall ph Metzoer ss WSmlth ph Gagllano 2b Hands P Banks ph Regan p Total 1100 4100 3113 3010 2010 2 C' 0 0 NEW YORK (AP) - Cleon Jones cracked three hits and Jim McAndrew survived two rain delays to pitch the New York Mets to an 2-1 victory over the Cincinnati Reds yesterday. McAndrew helped his own cause with two perfectly executed sacrifice bunts — one a squeeze that produced a run — and Jones capped the 13-hit New York attack with a two- run double in the seventh. The Reds collected four hits — three of them doubles •*- in the first two innings. But after play was halted 38 minutes at the start of the third inning and 29 minutes at the start of the fourth, McAndrew came on strong and allowed only four more hits the rest of the way. 0000 2000 1000 0000 30 2 3 2 Total CINCINNATI ab r h bl 24 3 5 3 Chicago .. . sin Francisco .000 000 200—2 030 000 00 XS- 3 E— Metzge, LOB — Chicane Gallagher, B.WI Santo (0). S—I Hands (L.8-5) Rzgan P T r -0-- (w '*-'* > ..... 00. A- 1,220. Hands. DP—Chicago 2. i I, San Francisco 6. 2B— Jllams. HR — Dletz (13), IP H R ER BB SO 7 53265 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 3 2 2 0 6 Bravo cf Rose rf Perez Ob Bench c LMay Ib Carbo If Washbrn p McRae ph Helms 2b Woodwrd ss Merritt p Borbon p Chaney ph if: 3000 4110 4010 4021 4010 3010 0000 1000 4010 4010 1000 0000 1000 NEW YORK ab r h bl Asee cf 6222 Harrelson ss 4 2 1 0 CJones If 5132 Clndenon Ib 3021 Jorgensn Ib p p Ci 0 Swoboda rf Shamsky rf Foy 3b Dyer c Wels 2b Garrett 2b MAndrew p 2110 1001 2010 50CI 0 2 1 1 ( 2 0 1 ( 3111 I onlnger p 0 0 0 0 ewart If 2000 Total 35 1 8 1 Total 358137 .Cincinnati 100 ooo 000—1 New York 201 1 1 o 3 0 x-« Cepeda Ib Gonzalez cf :Boyer 3b Dldler c GStone p Pappas p Prlgdy p McQueen p Total 39 7 15 6 Total 0000 0000 1010 0000 0000 0000 2000 38 S 155 Padres zip Cards, 4-0 E— Foy, L.May, York 1. LOB-Clncl , . 2B—JRose, Bench, Harrelson, L.May, , Harrelson. DP— New clnnatl 8, New York 14. , , , .y, *& Clendenon, C.Jones, HR-Agee (13). — McAndrew 2. SF— Clendenon. S M.rr,,, a^':. 1 ?;;'!'^^ 950 Borbon M o C onlnger 12-3 Washburn 21-33 -2:58. A-341260. Atlanta Montreal 3 3 l 0 1 0 000 000—7 12001 0— 5 E—C.Boyer, McGinn. LOB — Atlanta 10, Cepeda, Carty, Laboy, Garrido. SB—H.Aaron, G.Stone 41-3 Pappas (w,2-2) Prlddy Mclqueen Morton (1,6-4) ... Dillman g trohmaver Stoneman H.Reed McGinn WP—Dillman 2. DP — Atlanta 1. Montreal 13. 2B: Staehle. 3B — Staub. RERBBSO 434 IS 1 2 3 " 32-3 3 . 2-3 0 0 1-3 0 05 1 6 5 1 21! .2 31 1 2 0 .3 1 O: 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 ? I T—2:57. A—19,027. 1 1 0 0 0 Astros edged PHILADELPHIA (AP) Doc Edwards' bases-loaded single with two out in the 13th inning gave the Philadelphia Phillies a 2-1 victory over the Houston Astros last night. Oscar Gamble opened the Phils' 13th with a single off Houston reliever Jim Bouton. Larry Hisle sacrificed, Ron Stone was walked intentionally and Terry Harmon lined out. Bouton then walked Scott Reid to fill the bases, and Edwards broke up the game with a single to left. Rick Wise of Philadelphia and Houston's Tom Griffin hooked up in a scoreless pitching duel until the seventh, when the Phils broke the deadlock on Stone's triple and Harmon's single. SAN DIEGO (AP) - Ivan Murrell triggered a four-run seventh-inning rally with a homer and Clarence Gaston climaxed it with a three-run double as the San Diego Padres defeated St. Louis, 4-0, last night to move out of the National League West Division cellar. Dave Roberts pitched eight shutout innings of relief to gain the victory and lift the Padres .004 percentage points above the Houston Astros. Roberts (5-3). was called into the game when starter Mike Corkins pulled a groin muscle as he was warming up for the second inning. The reliever scattered six hits and was backed by three double plays. Red Sox win KANSAS CITY (AP)-Mike Andrews walloped a grand slam home run in the ninth jnning last night — only Boston's fourth hit of the game- to break a 2-2 tie and trigger the Red Sox to a 7-5 victory over Kansas City. Bill Butler, who struck out nine, walked George Scott to open the ninth and was relieved by Bob Johnson. Scott took second on a wild pitch, Bill Conigliaro also walked and Gerry Moses sacrificed. Dick Schofield batted for Gary Peters and was purposely passed before Andrews drilled his sixth home run of the season over the left field fence. ST. LOUIS Brock If Cardenal cf RchAllen Ib Torre 3b Hague rf Simmons c Javier 2b Kennedy ss CTaylor ph Maxvill ss Carlton p Abernthy p Bauchmp ph 1 0 1 0 Hraboiky p ci o 0 0 ab r h bi 3000 4000 4020 4000 4010 3000 3 0 1 200 1 0 CI 30?0° 0000 0 1 Ci 0 0000 2010 0000 SAN DIEGO ab r h bi Campbell 2b 3 1 Slocum 3b Ferrara pr Arcia 3b Saslon cf folbert Ib IBrown rf Aurrell If lannizzro e lean ss lork ns p 'Roberts p 4000 4020 4111 3010 3110 0000 2000 BOSTON ab r h bl Andrews 2b 3114 Thomas 3b Ystrmski If RSmith cf Petroclll ss Scott Ib BConglro rf Moses c Peters p Schofield ph Romo p Santiago p KANSAS CITY ab r h bl 4120 5110 5011 3112 3100 UTo 3000 0100 0000 0000 4221 5021 4020 Schaal 3b Rolas 2b Otis cf ROIicer Ib PinleTla If Keough rf ERodrgez c Sorrell ph Hernandz ss BTaylor Ph Butler p BJohnson p 0000 Wright p 0000 Klrkptrck ph 1 1 1 o 1000 ^°0° §00° Total 31 0 6 0 Total 30 4 10 4 Total 32 7 6 7 Total 365125 ft. Louis ........ 000 000 000—0 San Dleso ....... Ooo QQQ 4 o x — 4 i <fB~ A «T. cia -, Dp ,- st ' L °u's '• San Diego 3. LOB— St. Louis 5, San Diego 6. 2B— Cannizzaro, Gaston. HR— Murrell (8). S— D. Roberts. Car»on a,3- ft»y y Corkins Boston 000 002 005—7 Kansas City 0 0 o o l o 013—5 ? 8888 o 0 0 0 0 E—Peters. DP—Boston 2. LOB—Boston 8, Kansas City 9. 2B—Thomas, Plnlella, R.OIIcer 2, Schaal, Yastrzemski. HR— Pfitrocejii (9), Andrews (6). S—Moses. SF—Z.Rodriguez. IP H R ER BB SO Peters (W.4-7) '' - - - JV Romo Santiago Butler (L,2-5) . BJohnson l Wright 72246 1-353301 2-300000 3336 2-33442 1-3000 1 HOUSTON ab r h bi Ib 5000 4031 0000 1000 1000 4000 5000 5010 3000 5000 2000 3010 2000 2110 PHILADELPHIA ab r h bi ' TTaylor 3b 5010 Bowa ss 6000 Gamble cf 4110 00 WP—BJohnson." T—2:50. A— 7,666. Pepltone TDavis If Gladding p JAlou pn Bouton P Wvnn cf NMiller rf Menke 2b .Rader 3b Edwards c Torres ss Martinez ss Griffin P Lampard If Total 42 1 6 1 Total 42 2 8 2 Two out when winning run scored. Houston t 000 000 010 000 0—1 Philadelphia 000 000 100 00-2 wui I IWIO 1,1 •* I DJohnson Ib 4 0 Hlsle pr RStone If Harmon 2b Reid rf Edwards c Wise p Selma p Joseph ph Hoerner p 0000 3110 6021 3010 6011 3000 0000 1000 1010 On tjirattsirkewitz nil L.A. beats Bucs -T.Taylor. 2. DP—Houston .. LOB—Houston 7, ,13. 2B—T.Taylor, Lampard, Griffin '? "i R ,^ B 5 SO , Gladdinq 2 o 0 1 0 Bouton (L.2-4) 32-35 1 15 5 0 $Bn. •:•::-:::::. \ 2 4°, 1 , 3 43 % n 3«i' 3 ,7«: 3 ° ° ° o 4 3 Sports menu TODAY PRO BASEBALL - Phoenix Glar i.fuaene, Municipal Stadium, S p.m. a O|5G a RACING - Apache drayhounu COLLEGE TENNIS - Arizona State, rlzona — NCAA championships, Salt vs. P,°r A cc_. Arizona Lak*. Giants .m. lound TOMORROW Lak RACING - Apacha Greyhound .„.- TRACK • Arizona State — lamplon'hlps, D«s Koines, la. FRIDAY Giants &ai"pSK%f ,LEGE TRACK - Arizona SJjte - enampionshTpi, D«s Mofnes, la. RACING - Apache Greyhound LOS ANGELES (AP)-Bill Grabarkewitz' fourth inning home run and the four-hit pitching of Don Sutton gave the Los Angeles Dodgers a 1-0 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates last night. Grabarkewitz lined a two- out homer into the left field pavilion off Bob Veale in the fourth, deciding a pitching duel between the Pirate left- hander and Sutton, who gained his eighth victory against five losses. He held the Pirates hitless until the fifth, when Bill Mazeroski lashed a one-out double, and pitched out of an eighth inning jam after Richie Hebner poled a two- out triple, getting Al Oliver on a liner to right to end the threat. Grabarkewitz' sixth homer of the year was one of four hits allowed By Veale (5-7). It was the fourth time this sea- son Grabarkewitz has hit a game-winning homer. PITTSBURGH ab r h bi MAlou cf 4000 Hebner 3b 402 AOIIver rf Stargell If BRobrtsi Jeter pr 4020 4000 £ ..... 3000 rtsn Ib 3 0 1 CI ) 0 0 0 wwivi ft v u u Mazroski 2b 401 JMay c Patek ss Veale P Pagan Ph Walker p Total LOS ANGELES Will, ss Wo 1 Mota cf 4000 WParker Ib 4909 Kosco rf Sudakls If Joshua cf Grbkwltz 3b Lefftbvre 2b i Torborg c Suttpn p 4 Ci 0 200 200 1 0 0 000 3? 0 4 0 Total 2010 3000 3010 30 I 4 1 Los Angeles 000 000 000 1 0 0 000—0 00 x- 1 E-Palek, Mazeroskl. LOB-^PIttsburgh 1 - "-aeles 8. 2B-$ar " • .--..»•. ,-JR—JOrabr B.Robertson, Sudakls. ._ *-, • «'»*, ivia^i.1 7, Los Anaeles 8. -. - H»bn.»r.. HR-JOrabrkewlti (6). SB- »- • . ..i. Mv . *.. awoskl. 3B^- IP H R ER BB SO Vealt <L,S-7) ...... 7 4 1 13 "5 Walker i o o o 0 l Sutton (W.B-S) 9 40029 20XW (Slargell). T-2:M. A- y.W' f »«ni"Jii88lts, clalmsri, cycles, SATURDAY T coma BASEBALL ' pho * nlx elanl * •' p DOG g 'RACING - Apache Greyhound AUTO RACING - Manzanlta Speed- w^V. 45* sprint cars, - " Mftlnw, Gary T7ood signs OTTAWA (AP) - Quarterback Gary Wood, a six-year .National Football League veteran released by the New York Giants, signed a one- year contract yesterday with PHOENIX MUNICIPAL STADIUM PHOENIX GIANTS Vt. EUGENE 8:00 P.M. 5999 E. Van Buren For Information Co// 17 r >~448tl Associated Press DETROIT - Mike Kilkenny, making his first start in nearly a month, pitched a four-hitter as the Detroit Tigers beat the Oakland A's, 5-1, last night. Kilkenny (3-1,) allowed only a bunt single over the first four innings and then the game was delayed 51 minutes by rain. He came back apparently unaffected by the layoff and hurled three-hit ball the rest of the way, striking out 11. The Tigers gave him a two-run cushion in the third inning off Rollie Fingers (34). Dick McAuliffe led off with a double, Mickey Stanley singled him home and took second on Reggie Jackson's throwing error. Then Willie Horton singled Stanley home for his 30th run- 20 a batted-in in the last games. He also has 16-game hitting streak. Joe Rudi ruined Kilkenny's shutout bid by doubling home Bert Campaneris, who walked with two out in the eighth. OAKLAND ab r h bl Campnrls ss 3 1 l o gudl Ib 4021 RJackson rf 3000 Bando 3b 3000 FAlou If 4000 Fernandz c 4000 Monday cf 3010 DGreen 2b 3000 Fingers p 1000 Segul P 0000 BJohnson ph 1 0 0 0 Lachman p 000' Llndblad p Grant p ._ Lalrusia ph Roland DETROIT MAullffe.2b a si h 1 b O 3110 Sfaniey cT Kallne Ib 3121 4122 WHorton If Northrup rf Freehan c Maddox 3b _ „ . . Szofkwlcz st 4 0 0 0 Kilkenny p 4000 CLEVELAND (AP)-Rookie Rich Hand scattered eight hits for his first complete game in the major leagues and Ray Fosse and Roy Foster hit two-run homers as the Cleveland Indians whipped the slumping California Angels, 9-2, last night. Fosse's third-inning homer, his 10th, capped a three-run rally and gave Hand all the runs he needed 1 for his second victory against five defeats. The Angels jumped on Hand for a run in the first inning on singles by Sandy Alomar and Roger Repoz and Jim Fregosi's sacrifice fly and Jim Spencer homered in the ninth. The Indians tied it in the second when Graig Nettles led off with a single. Alomar's throw trying to complete a double play was wild, and Tony Horton, who forced Nettles, was safe at second and scored on Ted Uhlaen- der's single. White's 4 RBIs pace Yanks' 6th straight win CHICAGO (AP)-Roy White drove in four runs with a two- run double in the sixth and a two-run homer in the eighth last night to lead the surging New York Yankees to a 6-2 victory over the Chicago Twins win ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS (AP)—Leo Cardenas cracked four hits and pitcher Jim Perry stroked' three, pacing the Minnesota Twins to a 7-3 victory over the Washington Senators last night. The Twins' fifth victory over the Senators in five games this season moved them 5Vfe games ahead of the runner-up California Angels in the American League's West Division. CALIFORNIA ab r h bl 4120 402 Alomar 2b Repoz rf Freoosl ss AJonnson If Spencer Ib Johnstone cf 3 o Azcue c vier 3b aserstfi p "•.'•V " verb ph 100 'le p ooo CLEVELAND abSr h bl Heldemn ss 2101 Leon 2b. 4110 Pinson rf Fosse 4110 3001 4112 WASHINGTON abrhbl Unser rf 4000 t roud cf 4000 Howard If 3000 psteln Ib 3110 BAIIen 2b 4010 MINNESOTA ab r h bl Tovar cf. 5012 Carew 2b 4110 Klllebrew Ib 40 0 0 Qulllcl 3b 0000 Ollva rf 4112 Renick 3b 8 00 0 White Sox and stretch their winning streak to six games. With the Yankees trailing 2-1 in the sixth inning, against t\ Tommy John, Horace Clarke doubled, went to third on a•'•• single by Bobby Mufcer and •', both runners scored on White's double. White took third on the throw home and scored on a wild pitch. White, who also had singled in the fourth, then smashed his ' 10th homer of the year in the eighth after Murcer singled to assure the Yankees of their llth victory in the last 12 games. Mel Stottlemyre (74) picked " up the victory, his seventh in his last eight decisions. The ; Sox nailed him for nine hits in ' the first five innings but",' scored only twice and left six runners stranded in that span. '..."..White now has collected 11 hits in his last 14 times at bat. The Yankees pulled within two games of rain-idled Baltimore in the American League East. ARodrgzz 3b 4 2 2 2 rnkman ss • - - - Memrsml.... oster. k3B—Uh'laender'. NEW YORK CHICAGO ab r h bl Clarke 2b 4110 McCraw rf Mtircer. cf .4J2.2 0 Aparico rcer cf 4220 Aparico ss ilto If 4734 CMay if .... Me . 3b Hopkins Ib Wh.._ .. Cater Ib Munson e Michael ss Kenney 3b Stotlmyre p 200 40 ad r h bi 5010 5010 4 010 4000 .._ ._ 4120 Hermanti c 4120 OBrlen 2b 4021 E—Campei DP—Detroit ? B — M£&ilff'«r Kafi'ne/" addox. HR—Northrup (fj. lnaers (L.3-4) ...' 3 5 JTotal . . 00 Berry ef 3010 John p Mafias ph DMurphy p .• Blanco ph 32 6 10 5 Total 4011 2010 1000 0000 1 0 0 0 _ r .ieman Lindblad 2 1 V.....V 1 2-3 2 0 1 1-3 o 1 0 Grant Roland Kilkenny (W,W) '".'. 9 41 HBP—by Kilkenny (R.Jackson). R BBSO I 1 ? I ? I 0 0 1 New York Chlca :—Fovse (10), Foster («, Spencer 4 . Wand,. SF-Fregosf, P hson, leldemann. 11 Hand (W,2-S) .. :- T-2:30. A-12,426. pP^-Washlngton 2. LOB-Wesrlnston S, Chfcai* Minnesota 8. 2B—A. Rodriguez, Cardenas SB—Tovar. HR—Mlttarwald 4), 0 ' (8), A.Rodriguez (9). SB—Carew. 000103020— « 010100 OQo—2 IP Grwenda (L,2-4) ,.!'.4 ihellenbai Iva H RERBBSO back' 2 E—Clark, Herrmann. DP—New York 1, Crlcaroh4. LOB—Nzw York 2, Chicago 9. 28—O'Brien, Munson, Clarke, White, Berry. 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