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,.12-S' DES.MOmES ttKGlSTER Man,, May 4," great with peanut butter, doesn't it?" HOUSTON 6A ST?LOU,S Cards End 4-Game Slump, 7-4, Then Bow to Astros ST. LOUI.J, MO. (AP) — John Edwards' two-run homer and Keith Lamparti's two-nin-triple sparked a five-run seventh inning that carried Houston past the Cardinals, 8-1, for a split of their doubleheader Sunday. The Cardinals checked a four- game losing streak by beating the Astros, 7-4, in the opener behind Lou Brock's three-run, inside-the-park homer and a solo blast by Leron Lee. Denny Lemastef scattered five hits in the nightcap for the Astros, losing his shutout in the eighth to Dal Maxvill's single, Jose Cardenal's double and a groundout by Carl Taylor. The Astros got to loser George Culver for three runs in the fourth when Joe Pepitone doubled and scored on a single by Denis Menke. After Lampard doubled, Joe Morgan singled for two runs. The Astros jumped in front 2-0:ln the opener on Menke's homer and a forceout grounder in the first inning. An. infield hit and a walk preceded Brock's homer in the third. Lee connected in the fifth inning and Briles'stroked a run- scoring triple to highlight the Cards' two-run sixth. Louts 11. 3B— Brlles. HR- ick (3), Lea (2). SB-Hague. ...les (W Johnson Save—J.Johnson. Rolas). WP-Grlffin l.Cook. T-2:52. Griffin Balk- HOUSTON Morgan 2b NMIller rf Wynn cf Pepitone Ib Menke ss Lampard If Rader 3D Edwards c Lemaster p SECOND * 0 1 4 Cardenal cf 4 1 4020 ChTaylor Ib 2 0 I 4000 Brock If 46: 5220 RchAtlen 3b 2 f 4131 -Torre c 4 ( 5 2 2 2 Rolas 2b 4 l 2 0 Lee rf 3 2 j 3 Maxvlll sa 5 0 2 0 Culver p Nye p Gagllano ph Hllgendrf p T Totals 42 815 8 ..bp-Houston i, Houston. 12,-St. Lampard, N.MI...., Lampard. HR—Edwards ',2-3) '? AV* 8 - Cardenai. . peplto ne, 8- Culver ft..*.. Nve . 1 Hllgendorf l T-2:25. A-14.950. S R 2 ER 2 'J i 7 7 000 MetsLose In 10, Then SAN DIEGO, CALIF. (AP) Joe Foy's run-scoring double in the seventh inning Sunday gave the New York Mets a 3-2 victory over San Diego and a split of their Sunday doubleheader. the Padres won the opener, 4-3, Clarence Gaston's single following a two-out walk to Steve Huntz in the tenth inning. Foy's .decisive hit off loser Pat Dobson (2-3) came after Tommie Agee singled and was sacrificed to second. Gary Gentry pitched seven innings and picked up his third triumph without a loss,- — The Padres began their winning rally in the opener with one out against reliever Cat Koonce when Chris Cannizzaro outlegged a topped roller down the third*base line. Dave ..Campbell sacrified, Koonce intentionally walked Steve Huntz and Gaston drilled his hit just inside the third base line. 1__ . • . .. ' : __^ . ,. . ... : , L_ ~* INI JBY flB Ml flf aW aw ' ^^^^ ^^ . • ^^ ^~ ^^ •- ^^^^^ . •'—-*^^. .'. ^« ^j^ Killebrew s Belt Lifts Twins. 4-3 , FIRST CAME NEW YORK SAN DIEOO *b r n bt ab r I Aoee cf bl olbert I iBrown rf Pletio 3b locum c errara ph ean pr Cowman. Coonce (L.0-2) :orklna J?Roberts (W.2-2) SECOND OAME NEW YORK SAN DIEOO Aoee-cf Wi CampB.ll 2b a ?o h i b f CT n 'Mon& $ c f 4? «° Shamsky rf 3011 Ij Swoboda rf 0 Jorgensn Ib i Marshall If Clones It Ga ' ~ Total 31 3 I 3- Total 32 2 7 New York 1*1 ill i.ll — San Pln» . __ I • 1 * 1.1 • 1.1$i E-DVeY 2. DP-N«V Y< York 9, San .Dleo B"~F«f New FOY. 3 S—Gen Ferrara. SB—Splezlo, Cami •entry, Harrelson, V. Gentry (W.3-0) 7 £ C b G SOn W <L,2.3> ' ?.. 2B—Spiezlp, pbell. Coombs Save—McGraw. A-l 9,657. 1 0 7 73 2 1 0 WP-Oobson. T-2°:4,° Hurler's Hit Jolts Frisco, Phils Win 2 SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. (AP) — Reliever Lowell Palmer cracked three hits, including a three-run double in a six-run sixth-inning rally, powering Philadelphia to a 13-6 romp and a sweep of their Sunday doubleheader with the Giants. The Phillies won- the opener, 8-6, as John Briggs slammed a leadoff homer and Tony Taylor cracked a run-scoring single in the top thirfeenth. The Giants jumped to a 5-0 lead in the first inning of the nightcap, chasing starter Woody Fryman on Willie Mays' single, doubles by Ron Hunt and Willie McCovey, Allan Gallagher's triple and a two-run homer by Ken Henderson. But Philadelphia bounced back with five in the second of! Miguel Puente, making his first major league appearance. Larry Hisle's two-run homer, Pajmer's double,' Tony Taylor's two-run single and Briggs 1 —" scoring blows. run single were the big Phillie rookie Jim Hutto sent the opener into overtime .with a ninth-inning homer. Earlier, the Phils' Deron Johnson and the Giants' Mays and Bobby Bonds each had home runs. FIRST, QAME PHILADELPHIA SAN FRANCISCO^ II ill"' u ,*U3 MW. Jinj'iiw* '-Isn ^ ? nci*co 1 DODGERS SOCK EXPOS BY 15-1 LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (AP) - Bill Grabarkewitz drove in five runs with two dou- )!es and a single ad the Dodg- srs unleashed their biggest of- ense of the season and buried Montreal, 15-1, Sunday. Claude Osteen, who had a hutout until the eighth, collected his third straight victory after losing his first three starts. The Dodgers got five runs in the fourth inning and three in the third and sixth Innings. In the fourth, their biggest nning of the year, they sent 10 men to the plate, with Grabar- cewitz .driving in two runs with his first double. MONTREAL ab r h bl Hahn If a? We, lateman c 4 iutherlnd 2b 4 fairly Ib 2 itrhmayr p o Laboy 3b 2 /Vine ss 3 iparma p n Staehle ph Renko p McGinn p W.P LOS ANOELES ab r h bl 1330 4010 Joshua cf oio.wr 0_2_ V?? co , rl WOav » WParker Moore Ib 211 Crawford If 1300 Grbfcwltz 3b 4 1 3 5 Slzemore 2b 4121 Osteen p 311 Gabrlelsn ph 1 o o 1000 Pena p 000 11 0 Wills ss 4220 !ttB4s>*JJJf sr^b 1J! M.%1 Los Angeles Montreal 1, . Montreal I, Los . Grabrkewr/r 2, Phi WIM Kosco. DP- IS 'AngeliM''!'. LOB— Anaeles ». 2B—SudakIs hllllos. 3B-Moore. SB- Renko (L.I-3) « CGInn " . Reed Strohmayer Sparma ? steen (W.3-3) ena HBP—by H.R( McGinn, H.Reed, A—16,111. IP H R ERBBSO 22-3 4 4 4 2 ' 1-33 3 S 3 2222 3331 4321 0001 I eed (Osteen). WP- Strohmayer. T—2:39 1 j- 8 1 cores OF ALL SPORTS Hockey Boston, ., . best-of-7 series . I P FINALS l, Boston lead Basketball EAST D Indiana 114, ..„ leads bejl-ol-7 series Indian* Baseball iflMW- Midwestern 15-»,'BelT*vue, Neb. 4-11 MIDLANDS CONFERENCE TOURNA 7 (10 Inning 5," MVcMurray 2 (con»lation) "kWf. Lewis 11, St. championship) Lorai 5, MacMu Clarl Keok Sporis Today Track O^S MOINiS - Ure*nd«!l ' je Conference m«tl Rci»y« «t Orww*. Tennis Northern" Iowa. Mldwesl Galjf OMAHA SAVED BY5-RUN8TH OMAHA, NEB. (AP)-Omaha cored five runs in the eighth nning, three on a home run by 'red Rico, to.edge Oklahoma lity, 8-7, in an American Asso- iation game Sunday. Rico's" blaStTllTs fourth hit of he day, came off Dan Osinski nd whittled Oklahoma City's ead to 7-6. Chuck Harrison scored on a wild pitch and Frank Healy, who ingled, came in on Bill Sorrell's lit off Frank Marshall. Julio Gotay hit a three-run lomer for Oklahoma City. OAKS-Continued from Page One against Dick Seminoff with i walk to Ron Clark and Gonzalo Marquez's single. After Brooks flied out, Reynolds received his second opportunity of the in ning. Tommie seized the . chance with a vicious liner off the ;love of third -baseman Gaylen Mtts for a two-run double. Pizarro, a two-hit operator in the first five innings, grew as tired from Us running as he did from his pitching. Tulsa, led by Pitts' two dou- iles and two singles, got to uan for three runs on four hits n the eighth and Bob Stickels inished up for him. The Oaks' fielding has been more elegant than it was Sunday, but it was more than adequate under the. hitting circumstances. Tulsa was even more shoddy afield. Pizarro's wild pickoff throw ed to a l-O Tulsa lead in the first. Reynolds' first double helped get that back when he scored on Driscoll's single in the second. Pizarro Trapped Pizarro wasted his first two base stroke in the third. Afte taking third on an infield out Juan was trapped off third on Clark's* grounder. Juan made it around after hi next double in the fifth. Clar walked and Marquez's singl knocked in Pizarro. Clark fol lowed him home when cente fielder Luis Melendez literally kicked away Gonzalo's bouncer B. B. SHOTS - Ed Sprague without a decision in two starts will shoot for the Oaks' sixth in a row at 7:35 tonight... It will be .ladies' night.. Women will be admitted for half-price Harry Parker (l-O) will pitch for Tulsa. Warren Spahn, Oiler man ager, is still recovering from two separate operations o each knee during the winter ... The winner of 363 bi league games used two canes to get from tiie dugout to the third base coaching box, bu tossed 'em aside when he got ' his field command quarters . ••.111 £ , DM - Plurrap > Stfckeli D 0 2-jRunShot In 9th Tops Baltimore Mp! tettrion Klllebrew 3 blasted a wo-rtift hemef-fti the ninth inning Sunday, lifting Minnesota tf a 4-3 victory over the Orioles. Killebrew's jifth homer off Jim Palmer followed Tony diva's single, erasing a 3-2 Baltimore lead on Merv Retten- mund's solo homer in the i'ghth. The Orioles scored twicejn elfiTrcTbn a wafiTtcTDave Johnson, Rettenmund's 'double and Mark Belanger's bloop ingle. Two errors on the same play >y second baseman Johnson lelped the Twins knot It, 2-2, in he sixth. Frank Quilici led off with a single and Cesar Tovar doubled. .After. Jjeo^Cardenas struck out, Johnson hobbled 01- va's grounder and then, threw t past first as both runners cored. WIREPHOTO <AP) Freehan Scrambles for Safety Detroit's Bill Freehan clutches safety of first base as Gail Hopkins of Chicago White Sox dives to make tag in second-inning-of-Sunday's game. Free- han had grounded to third baseman Bill Melton, who Overthrew first for an error, but Hopkins recovered and nearly got Freehan trying to get back to base. Nats-Split." On Wallop By Epstein WASHTNGTON7^.C. (AP) - Vlike Epstein's two-run homer n the seventh inning gave the Senators a 6-4 victory after Oak- and "wbTTthlTopener of a Sunday doubleheader, 3-1. ' The Senators knocked KLAHOMA CITY OMAHA ab r h bl Northev cf Ch les If 5132 Sprlgas rf ??k. J b, 5 1 2 3 «Seo ledeno cf elger rf Mason 3b S atlsta orres ss rumlev c rf 210 Ib 311 Ib 421 4 0 Sorn | MCA, I Skra i 1 0 Slsngame p 3 0 Oslnskl p . Marshall p Bailey p Total* S 2 4 jarrsn Ib 311 0 Healy c 5220 1 Sorrell lb-eb-2b ' ",cMlln2b 20 rable Ib-ph X „ 1 9 e T « s 5 Roos ss 1000 Green ph 0 0 O'O B'rsmeler p 0000 Zacharv p iklihoma City ot'aVV'Mason 'RIco. M'teaaudo P Harris ph-ss ;»Tft: Blaslnsame, > o ( j o ( 0 0 I 1 01 ilaslngame ail (L, W) alley achary Monteaqudo (W, 1-0) 2 imeler WI 4 1-3 9 V 3 2 J* 0 4 0 Too HBP-By. 1 0 f Zacharv icMlllan) 0 0 0 0 ! DENVER RALLIES AST EVANSVILLE, 6-5 DENVER, COLO. (AP) The Bears overcame a 5-0 deficit after five innings to down Evansville, 6-5, Sunday. Jim Mason's three-run homer brought Denver within one run in the sixth. Dick Nen singled and scored on Jeff Burroughs' double in the ninth with the winning run. •VANSVILL^ Hill Cf • ! lover 2b 5 ettlMrt ash Ib JGreen "2b" : Alou rf Jackson cf ando 3b rancona If Alncher Ib •ernandt c Worn p Fingers p E—Patterson. ._ .-..Denver 27-14. DP — Denver 3. „_ Evansville », Denver 10. 2B — PattersL Theobald, Burroughs. HR — Mason. SB — Shlfflett (L, 0-3) Thompson Brown ' Kuhn "lller IP H 51-3 S 31-3 6 1 1-3 2 31-3 R ER BBSO M Jockey Suffers Single Break LOUISVILLE, KY. (AP) Jockey Hector Pilar remains in satisfactory condition in Louisville hospital. Doctors who originally feared he might have fractured tw vertebrae when he fell from Holy Land in Saturday's Kentucky Derby now say only one vertebra in the lumbar region is fractured. Pilar will remain in the bos- pital foi-'lthree weeks, then be confined to a, back brace fo four to six months. PWfe Call l/p Coast Catcher PHILADELPHIA, PA. (AP — The Phillies Sunday caUec up catcher Del Bates from Euge&e, Ore., of the Pacifi dfic Coast League. Bates and Mike Compton brought up Saturday, will share catching duties filling ID Tim McCarver and M&e Ryan, both op the disabled list with hand injuries from Saturday's game with San Francisco. Brewers' Loss Streak to 8 As Yanks Sweep, 8-7,4-2 NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) - Roy White's two-run double in the leventh inning carried the-Yankeespastr-Milwaukee, 4-2, Sunday out huck Dobson in a three-run irst inning, topped by Ed Stroud's two-run homer, and on added a run in the fourth Jim Shellenback's double. The A's battled back for a tie with four one-run innings before Epstein homered following a walk to Frank Howard. Reggie Jackson's second lome run in two days and run- boring doubles by Don Mincher and Alou helped, the A's to victory in the opener. Oakland starter John Odom reinsured his right elbow while warming up before the game >ut the umpires • insisted he 5itch to one batter. Odom retired Ed Brinkman on a grounder. Roland Fingers ook over and pitched a five- hitter the rest of the way. FIRST CAME OAKLAND WASHINGTON ab r h bl . ab r 4110 Brnkman ss 3 0 3000 Know es p 00 4011 Relchardt oh 1 0 1 1 Grzenda p 0 n 1 0 Strpud cf 4 i 1 p FHoward' If 3000 i °. 11 -Epstein Ib 4010 tees games and ran the Brewers' osing streak to eight. Jerry McNertney's two-run pinch homer in the seventh inning gave Milwaukee a 2-1 nightcap lead, but an error by center fielder Russ Snyder opened the gates for the Yanks n the bottom half. Snyder, who had just entered the game as a defensive replacement, dropped Horace Clarke's leadoff liner and Bobby Murcer drew a one-out walk before White gave the Yankees a 3-2 edge. White then stole third and continued home on catcher McNertney's throwing error. In the opener, Bobby Murcer ignited a three-run fifth-inning rally with his fifth homer, then beat out a bunt to open' the deciding sixth. Gene Michael, who had punched a pair of run- scoring singles, doubled-home he go-ahead run. The Brewers led, 6-1, until tfurcer's homer off George Lauzerique started the Yanks' comeback and they were up, '-5, .when New York mounted the winning rally against reliever Bob Meyer. 3000 BATTenYb " Roseboro c « a f yS? v 5 r ' 000 ARodr ~ Mler 3 b Ji6°0 3011 Bosnian Cull len ss Unser ph DNelsi lelson 2b 2°0 0 0 1 0 00 Total tfashlngtoi DP—wa Washington Srsuteen P-Grienda. T-2:12. OAKLAND abrhbl SECOND CAME WASHINGTON abrhb " _ Campnrls ss 4011 Brnkman ss 4 1 l 2 3Green 2b 5110 Stroud cf- FAlou rf 5131 FHpward If «Jack«on cf 3 ] 12 1 Culren 2b t |ando 3b 2001 Epstein ib Fernandz If 4 Pernandz Maney'c S? P; tn FHp 1 Culre 01 Epst 10 Relchardt rf 4 l 41 3101 0 o 0 i 411: AIIen 0 French c 4021 0 0 0 i 3b 2 00 I 2 1 0 1000 'ena ph .Total 33 4 I 4 Total Jakland 0 1 0 l o l Yaihintlon 300 1 t 0 ? 4tS^,rvyashinB^ 0 2 drl Tjf- ei - wwspwr...". K? Ud SFJ| 8 'ndo EPSteIn _ . IP H Jobson 2-3 • 4 E lndb.lad 32 trtnl 21-30 Segul (L,0-2) 2 2 >he enback s 2-3 5 Jlna .(W,{-0) 11-3 3 .2 . . 0 31 6 S 100- I» x — DP, 'akland ackson R ERBBSO 0 0 1 2 2 1 3 3 1 1 1 2 SayiP-Knowles. WP-Llndbla°d. T-2:42 Saye- A—21,617. DRUMMOND- Continued from Page One before he was taken to the hos pital in an ambulange. Ray Johnston, owner of the Oaks, said he talked by tele phone Sunday morning with Joe Cronin, American League presi dent. "Crooio said be talked by phooe with Drummond Saturday," Ray reported, "wwl be said Cal told him be bad re, covered from bte illness of Friday aod was ready to go back to work." Drummond, christened Calvin Troy, was a resident of Six, S.C. He was an the 1915$ World Series and also officiated ifi~aMrfIfsroTtwo~Sir Star games played in 1961. Drumwond began bis pro ca reer in , the Alabama State League in 1948, then retired from baseball for three years He returned in 1952, and worked io the Georgia State South Atlantic Leagu* betore going to fee ma jors. Holt I Total lajtlmor* i. 26—Rettenmi ._. <R—Rejtenmuntf (1), Killebrew (]). S ifter the Yankees rallied to win the opener, 8-7. The sweep extended the Yan- winning string to five FIRST GAME MILWAUKEE . . . NEW YORK Harper 3b Hegan Ib abr h bl 4111 Clarke Jb 4 0 1 1 Kennev 3b Savage ph j 0 0 0 Mercer, ct Snvder cl Rollins ph Walton II Hovley rf Hrshbrgr rf MNertny c 413 "ublak ss 4 - - ennedv 2b 4 auirque p * Meyer p Bolln p Goossen ph Locker p Total Milwaukee New York hlte If later ib Slefary rf 'oods rl - - Jlbbs c 3 0 Munson c 1 3 Michael ss . . 2 1 Burbach p 1 0 0.0 Kmkwskl p r 0 0 0 Hansen ph 0000 SHamlltn p 1000 oooo •br o hbl 3 1 lln m 000 0 0 ( 2 00( 0 fl 0 C 2000 337117 Total 388147 012101 000—7 Oil 133 00X-I E—Kennedy. DP—Milwaukee 1. New York 1. LOB—Milwaukee 5, New York 13 2B-Hovley, Kennedy, Vlchael. 3B- Kublak, Cater, Munson. HR-Murcer f5) SB-Harper, Kenney. S—Lauzerique, Me' eyer. SF—Harper... Lauzerique Meyer (L.0-1) Bolin Locker Burbach llmkowskl IP H 4 6 1 2-3 6 ,1.3, 2 5 3 5 R ER BBSO 5 * * * 3310 i i (Walton). S.Hamilton (W 2-0) 4 1 HBP—by Burbach Lauzerique. T-3;04. SECOND GAME MILWAUKEE . . . NEW YORK wp. Harper 3b KubiaK ss Savage cf Snyder cf Walton If Hrshbrgr rf Hovley ph "KJossen Ib Jegan Ib Kennedy 2b Roof c MNertnv c Krausse P Milwaukee New York ab r h bl 4010 Clarke 2b 4000 Kenney 3b 3010 Murcer cf Wo White If Cater Ib Go He 3000 Blefarv rf 1000 Lvttle rf 0 Munson c p Michael ss Cumbrlnd p 00 McDanleT P 2112 2000 411 402< n u Murcer, K> Munson. Haroer, Cater Kennedy. Krausse (1,2-5") Cumberland "icDanef ( T-2:17. erinedy. Savage, HR—McNertney Iter 2, White. S 000 010 31X- Snvder, McNertnev New Vork. 8. 2&- t, nntriBrinfy York S. 2B— !, Whltj. 3B- (2). SB— . S— Cumberland IP umberlan McDanlel (W.2-0) H ff R ER BBSO 4237 The Minor Leagues ecatur m MIDWEST LEAGUE ». r .. 'ateroo Danville Appelton Qulncy . GAMES To$ i'o°i=i i S s^ w ^_ K T% n d.T4Tf.f D hff: l H l R^'u1 l end lncy: —..— JOO — 0 4 2 r ,^--,-. J< Murnanhan, Geiger Fnlti (9) and Dusan. W-Nunn. 000 000 RiveraT- Waterloo Burlington Nunn an L—Geiger. FIRST CAME Quad-Cities 000 200 0 — 2 4 2 Danville 430 003 X —10 14 2 Tuley, Benedict (3), Pavllch (S), and D.ejint F I a n n I o a n and Bachmi W—Flannlsan. L—Tuley. HR—Danvll Qu.d^nes $ECONI oMo^4 . Danvme ^ MO OW 1 — 3 S >0 Eraytt, Spellman (5) and Dlckson, Dean llli Street!,, AAartln (6) and La/rance. W—Erautt. L—Streett. HR-Quad-CUIes: Bailey. Wisconsin Rapids 010 Cedar Rapids 410 Henderson, Cope (4). wlch (4). Fw - ' 200 100— 4 9 (12)14 OOx— 22 15 troy... S c q 11 ...... W—Maseibas. Rapids: Ports. w?m%5!s .-,--«,s and, Cuadeir. .—Henderson. HR—Cedar TONIGHT'S GAMES idar Rapids at Applefon Brllnpton .aLWIsconsTn Rapids EASTERN LEAGUE Elmira at Pittsfleld, ppd raind Reading 2, Manchester 1, 11 Innings Waterpury 12, Pawtucket 3 Ex-Cyclone Duarte Leads Peru C ager 8 LIMA, PERU (AP) - Raul Duarte, former Iowa State player, led Peru's national basketball team past a ^visiting American team from Tulsa, Okla., 74-63, Saturday night. Duarte scored £6 points. Our Reddl-Snw Unit t«U ir» them to bs fastest to iill out w» make things easy, top, by storing them til needed and drop shipping. Like our other business totms. they'ro til printed under one roof right here in Des Moines. Wakes lor fast proof availability, makes quick final delivery a cinch. Details? Just snap your fingers for «n MS man. RECORDING ^SPifPtV RAN? 2510 liU, Dei MPiDM • 'jpllfi 244-IH5 COAST Spokane Portland Tacoma Eugene Portland WLGB 16 6 12 » 3! 9 13 7 7 13 ( iERN. Phoenix Tucson Hawaii Salt Lake SUNDAY'.? GAMES 10, Hi . II 1 ,!! 6 14 7V Hawaii 4 Phoenix 4, Tacoma 3 12. Salt Lake 6 5-2, Tucson 1-3 PNAL LEAGUE li! i Syracuse 3-1, Tldi Co umous 5, Buff Louisville a, To * S r'S GAMES mond, 2, ppd, rain •water 1-2 -.Jalo t •oltdo r Irm'gham 7 I J 'ani 19 "t 4V Itqntapmery at Mobile, rain olumbus at Birmingham, rain EASTERN" MW * Memphis S. Antonio Arkansas Shreveport . 4V4 5 5 9 6'h ,/ WESTER^ Dal-F. iu F.Worth"9~6 Paso .GB 5U .Jbquerqut Amarlllo DAY'S GAMES rillo 4 eraue 0 $".:• 2124 Arkansas 3. ...-. San Antonio 5. El Paso 3 Shreveport 3-2. Dallas-Fort Worth 1-0 Red Sox Assign Nagy to Louisville BOSTON, MASS. (AP) - The Red Sox assigned right-hande pitcher Mike Nagy to Louisvill of the International League o: option Saturday to work himsel into condition. Nagy, 12-2 as rookie last leased from March. season, was rel the Army in lat MINNESOTA BALTIMORE Reltenmd If*42 h j b 2 Befanser ss 4 o i i FRoblnsn rf 3000 Powell Ib 4000 lair cf 4 Q 3 0 Roblnsn 3b 4000 Johnson 2b 8 100 ebrn e 4 0 o o 3 0.00 Roblnsn 3b . Jjohnion 2bt Etchebrn < Palmer D 33 4 52 ,. T r Tpt_. Amneieta •Itlmore ^DJohnwn »»J lair. "Etcheb'arreh. Kaat (W,4-1) erranoskl 'aimer (L.3-2) T-2:ll. A- « '? ? Innesola 3, und,._.To_yar. =R BB SO 0 00 TIGERS TAKE 7-ERROR TILT, 6-5 CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) Home runs by Willie Horton and Al Kaline powered Detroit ,o a 6-5 victory .over the White Sox Sunday in a loosely played game featuring seven errors. The White Sox committed four errors, leading to two unearned Detroit runs, while Ihree Tiger errors accounted for three unearned Chicago uns. Mickey Stanley put Detroit ahead in the fifth with a run- scoring single, took second when Walt Williams hobbled the ball and scored when BUI Melton booted a Kaline grounder. Horton slugged his second homer 15 rows deep in the upper deck in left center in the sixth and Kaline hit his third of the season in the seventh after Stanley readied on an error by Rich Morales. DETROIT CHICAGO ib r h bl _ ab r h bl MAullffe 2b 400 0 Berry cf 6120 Stanley cf 1211 WWIIams rl <allne rf 4123 CMay It lash Ib 3010 Melton 3b WHorton If 4111 Hopkins- Ib DJones 3b 3000 Wood P Wert Ib 1000 Josephsn c Fr 'reehan c 4010 Knoop 2b wtkwlcz ss 2 1 0 r Ilkeni iaddo Szotkwlcz ss 2100 Morales is 'Kilkenny p 2000 OBrlen ss " 0100 Wynne P lox 'ph . mermn p 5ch«>rmn p Lasher p Total ' Detroit 4041 4010 5111 5000 0000 5121 4120 2'D.l 1 2010 2000 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o!& d(ordBh919? 0000 McCraw Ib 00 00 2010 M< *, S ,, TO ,"2 I , W 435154 201—( 111—5 iams, McAuliffe, A W Will Wert 2," Morales. DP—Detroit j.' LOB- ~etrolt 6, Chicago IS. 28—W Williams, reehan, Josephson. HR-W. Horton (1), Kaline (3). S-Kllkenny, McAullfle. IP H R ER BBSO 1 12 4 1 4 4 1-321 1-3 1 0 1-3 0 0 t 43 2 1 2 WP-Lasher! 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