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BBS MOINKS REGISTER "Turkey Feather, t don't care how far it is as the crow flies I How far is it on foot?" DUST COMMANDER ESCAPES CIRCUS T OUISVILLE, KY. - The""3" horse won the ninth race at JU Churchill Downs Saturday. He paid 15-1. No one claimed -him: It was the twenty-third race he's been in in his life — so you know they don't pamper him none. He's only won seven of them— JIM MURRAY so you know he's not Cavalcade. He's gone off as high as 62-1— and ran like it. ' He. was the only horse in this field who would come to Churchill Downs for anything but a Kentucky Derby. He's been here in $7,500 maiden races. And finished out of the money. Never mind. Dust Commander now gets his name in gold on the doorways of this creaky old racetrack along with Omaha, Gallant Fox, Citation, Swaps and the other great studs of racing history. ''/ , His time wouldn't guarantee to get you out of a burning barn on time. He caught a greasy track that most of the rest of the field seem to find trouble standing up in, never mind running. _. M^^h^mJookJike-a-guy-learning'to ice skate. Things got so tough one rTder couldn't stay on his horse. A shadow jumper named Holy Land took a mandatory eight-count _ on the .far turn, Fortunately, he-was running so lousy at the time . "that only a couple of horses had to jump over him, or the Derby might have crept up on Indianapolis for one-day fatalities. JF YOU WERE TO average out Dust Commander's finishes over tha year he hasten running, he would be a bad bet in any field over three horses. He has lost to such immortals as Hard Work. He has-been beaten by 11 lengths as recently as a month ago, but he was the only one in this field who. didn't consider he' was slumming at Churchill Downs. His owner was off shooting tigers while he was conditioning for the race, which, in my book, beats throwing bricks through cathedral windows — but not by much. I have to think tigers should get the same chance to die of old age as hunters. Dust Commander now joins the select company of horses who will never get chained, claimed, put.in a circus, or eaten. He was the only horse in the field who:didn't look as if he was • crossing- the Delaware on ice. He finished so far ahead, the second horse couldn't have communicated with him by pigeon. M IKE MANGANELLO, the jockey, comes from a part of Hartford, Conn., where hardly anybod^ has ever hunted a tiger — but they do squash bugs. Mike's dad worked for Arrow, Hart & Hegeman for 30 years. Days, that is. Nights, he worked some place else. Mike went to school till he got to be a big, strapping five- footer and weighed so little he got his penny back on the drugstore scale. He sold papers, shined shoes. Hartford not only doesn't have any tiger hunts, it doesn't have any horses. The only thing Manganello knew about horses was from the matinees at the Strand Theater. But he also knew that, at 98 pounds, he was never going to get a job with the^Green Bay Packers.' Arrow, Hart & Hegeman lost hoisted Mike Manganello on a hor at prospect the day they e has ridden at a lot of racetracks where a $1,500 claimer is the Saturday feature and the number of $100,000 races he has won comes to exactly one. But 10 per cent of $127,800 is enough to put a fellew on the spoor of his first tiger. Of course, with the Manganellos' hard life, if they shot a tiger, the first thing they'd do is make stew 'out of it. Like Dust Commander, Mike has tieen l5-l~all his life. From now on, they'll have to bet him down. If the tracks'come up glassy, this horse who took a year to win $25,000 may only take four weeks to take down $375,000. That's pretty good for a horse you could have claimed for $6,500 a year and five days ago. That's pretty good for a horse you could have claimed for $107,500, in fact. © The Los Angeles Times OAKS- Continued /rom Page One easy last-out grounder from former Oak teammate Joe Nossek. There was also a happy ending to an incident that scared the Oaks and their 1,710 patriots at Sec Taylor Stadium. Hits Helmet A pitch from Parker struck AHan-Lewis-on-the- side-of-his Fatting helmet after Sprague singled to cash a double by Jim Driscoll for a 2-0 Iowa lead in the second inning. "•' Lewis went down as the ball caromed high off his "helmet *" . •', - _.__ . „ ^ v. Braves Beat BUGS for 7th in Row and into the Oak dugout. Allen was only dazed and suffered a flight bruise. He was able to walk to the clubhouse with support from teammates. "The only thing that really hurt Allan," said trainer Bob Clark, "was that he wasn't allowed to stay in the game." Clark said Dr. John Cisna, a team phisician, decided the injury was not serious enough to require X-rays. 6-for-7 Tommie Reynolds' sixth hit in seven trips gave Iowa its 1-0 lead in the first. Third baseman Gaylen-Pitts' fumble and Bobby Brooks' infield scratch preceded Tommie's sharp single to right. Another error, this one by shortstop Jerry DaVanon, put Brooks aboard for Tenace's winning smash. Sprague stopped the Oilers after doubles by Pitts ancl Lee Thomas with none out in the second. He choked them off again with the bases full in the sixth. Tulsa scrounged a 2-2 tie in the seventh on John Olerud's infield squiggler and a drive that glancecLofl -the- fingers of Reynolds' glove after the center fielder's long rurir Olerud scored from first, but Coulter got only a single because, he slipped rounding the bag. Two infield outs stranded Coulter after he's reached third on one of the grounders and a wild pitch. B.B, SHOTS — Driscoll, re- Dlacement at second for the injured Tony LaRussa, handled 13 chances . . . One was the slay of the night when Jim barehanded Parker's tap that bounced over Sprague's head . Driscoll also had two singles in addition to his double. Jerry Reuss (1-0), who has permitted only one earned run in 20 innings, will try to cool off the Oaks tonight Darrell Osteen, 3-1 winner over Okla homa City Saturday,- will op pose him . . . Warren Spahn, Oiler manager, said Bing Devine, Cardinal general manager, will be here to examine Reuss tonight . pitches another said Spahn, "it. .. "If Jerry good game wouldn't surprise me if the Cards take him right up" ... It will be senior owning up to age 60 or-older will be admitted for half-price. TULSA Coulter 2b Nossek II Pitts 3b Thomas rf Melendez cf Gulndon Ib DaVanon ss Kennedy ph Olerud c Wolff ph Parker 0- ib r h bi IOWA 4022 Lewis rf 5 4 0 10 Norton : r, 4000 Brook" 3000 3000 1010 abrhb 1001 1001 4 0 1 ( uez Ib 4 1 1 ( iW'ef J ;e c 411! r JOll 2b 4 1 3 ( lerson ss 4 o 0 ( p 3011 Demeter ph Totals Tulsa low* 1000 JsTil M «. E— Pitts, Melendez, 00(100101-3 |10 000 02 X— 4 aVanon, Ander- ez, Da son. Marquez. DP— Tulsa 1, Iowa 1. LOB -Tulsa 8, Iowa 7. 28 -Coulter, Pitts, Thomas. Driscoll. HR-Tenace (5). SB- . Pitts, Marquez. Parker (L. 1-1) jW, 1-0) -Sprague RERBBSrj 32 3 5 If \1M, 1111 ..TO J C J 3 —Parker (Lewis); WP — Parker, it 2. T-2:38. Avl,7tt»"- «J , The Minor Leagues Decatur Ouincv Waterloo Quad-Cities Ced. Rapids 8 1 .. 6 1 1 632 4 4 V'l 3 3 3'/ 3 LEA6UE "WUGB WIs. Rapids 344 Danville 454 Clinton 3 5 *Vj - " - is 5l /2 077 Burlington Appleton PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE (Through Sunday night) NORTHERN SOUTHERN -• -- WLGB 15 a ... 1 12 4 Spokane Portland Tacoma MONDAY NIGHT'S GAMES Cedar Rapids 311 300 020—10 12 1 Appleton ' 000 200 000- 276 Stedman and Caudell; Perzanowski, Bils- mejer (4), Jackson (8) Koon (8) and Oavinl, Artega (i); W— Stedman, L— Perzanowski. Burlington ........... 000 000 000— o 6 5 Wis. Rapids ....... Oil 000 Olx-3 7 1 Marcano and Dusan; Javcox and Mala; HR— Wisconsin Rapids: Shptls. Hoppe; W— Javcox.v.L— Marcano. WLGB 16 6 . 12 9 3Vj 9137 7 13 8 OUTDOOR TIPS Phoenix Tucson Hawaii Salt Lake I Eugene . — / MONDAY'S GAMES Salt Lake 7, Portland 5 Decatur Quad-Cities 000 100 020—3 8 3 320 120 OOx-8 9 0 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Tidewtr Syrcse Rchmnd Rchslr 14 4 1' *, 9 5 9 6 Toledo Colmbi LouisvL Buffalo , _______ MONDAY'S GAMES Columbus 5, Buffalo o Louisville 7, Toledo 2 Rochester at Richmond, 2, ppd, rain Syracuse at Tidewater, ppd, rain . 'kTrumnv'Gideon (6), Hiranuma (8) and Rodriguez; Barrientos, St. Clair (4), Sko- i aan (8) and Bigone. W—St. Clair (2-0). [ L-Krumm (2-1). HR—Bigone. Neoll. | Waterloo 300 000 003—4 10 1 i Clinton 012 000 000-3 3 1 I Graut, Dlxon (5), Luck (6) and Meyer: : Mlklos, Valasouez (6). Convatti m and Kropfelder. W—Luck. L-Valasquez. 1 Quincy 2, Danville 1 ! TONIGHT'S GAMES •" Cedar Rapids at Appleton I Burlington at Wisconsin Rapids 11 t r 10 t '.i 9 6 1 Ville 9 9 2'/j MONDAY Blrm'gham Savannah Mobile Ashevllle Charlotte Columbus M'gomery Jack-vine _ MONDAY S GAMES Montoomery 6, AshevMIe 1 Columbus 7. Jacksonville 2 Mobile at Charlotte, pod. rain Birmingham 6, Savannah 3 TEXAS LEAGUE Another Willie Joins the Club .Willie McCovey is all smiles as he holcls National League Most Valuable Player Award. Giant teammate Willie Mays (left) presented it to him between games of Sunday doubleheader-at San Francisco. Alt'Govey led league with --lo home runs ancl 126 runs-hattcd-in in 1060 ancl also batted award: .320. Mays is two-time WIREPHOTO (AP) HUN NINTH BOOSTS 89ERS OMAHA, NEB. (AP) - Okla- loma City went on a four-run scoring binge in the ninth inning Monday-night .and-clipped the Royals, 5-4, in .an American Association game. Gary Geiger singled home two runs to cap the 89er's uprising after Cesar Cedeno doubled with the bases loaded for the first two runs in the inning. The Royals were breezing i along behind Monty Montgom-j ery's: 10 strikeouts until the ninth. Tom Burgmeier came on in relief after Hector Torres and Larry Howard singled off Montgomery to open the ninth and was charged with the loss. :no ^^ cores KELLEYCAGE AIDEAUSl OF ALL SPORTS Baseball COLLEGE Dordt 14-r. Sioux Falls 0-2 Westmar 5-6, Dana 0-0 JUNIOR COLLEGE Centerville 4-5, Mason City 3-6 Clinton 2-1, Muscdtlne 0-0 Webster City 4-1, Marshalltown 1-7. Baskelbair N.B.A. PLAYOFFS BASEBALL— .*,. Continued /rom Page One that we have nothing to do - wlth -" ' \ TOI.I ,,.,, . , ,, , I Pittsburgh Hillyer said that among own-1 Aiunu offers that stand 5-3 Victory On Cepeda, -ATLANTA, GA. (AP) Pitcher' Jim Nash and Orlandd Cepeda homered Monday night. as the streaking Braves beat Pittsburgh, 5-3, for their sev- cnth straight-victory" Nash"T3-irgave uplolsmgjes before giving way to reliever Bob Priddy in the seventh -when-lhe— Pirates scored-their final rim. ' His homer cleared the leftfield fence in the fourth. Cepeda's sixth homer of~the season went into the left field stands in the fifth and ended his O-for-14 slump. Atlanta scored in the first, Hank Aaron's sacrifice fly sending Sonny Jackson home from third. The Braves added two more in the third on a walk, a single by Aaron, a single by Rico Carty and a double by Clete Boyer. Carty's single extended his hitting streak tc 23 games. _ PITTSBURGH ATLANTA abrhbi ibrhbi MAlou cl 5110 SJackson .is Mairoskl 2b j 1 3 1 Mlllan 2b Clcmente rf 4021 HAaron rf DnlCantn D 0000 Cartv If BRobrlsn ph 1 0 0 0 Cepeda Ib - ..... 5011 CBoyer 3b Stargell II AOIIver Ib Sanqullln c Hebner 3b Alley ss Rlcketrs oh Martinez ss Walker p Jeter oh Hrtenstcn p Pagan rf 4000 Gonzalez cf 4 O'l-O Dldler c- 4030 Nash p 3000 Priddy p i o n o 0000 1000 1110 0000 2010 3200 4020 3111 3011 4111 4 0 1 i 4 o i n 4 o l n 3111 0000 KLA. CITY Chiles If Line 3b Cendno cf Gelger rf Gotav 2b Batsta Ib Torres ss Mason ph Howard c Splnks D Simon oh Almnte p Dulflo P Sims ph Bailey p OMAHA ab r h bl Northy cf 4 1.4 1 SprlBRS rf ^4000 Rico 3b • 4112 Harlsn Ib 5012 Sorrell II 4020 Skrble ph s n n o Sullvn c 3000 McMIn 2b 0100 Roos ss 3220 Mntgmrv D 2000 Bremlero 1000 0000 0 n o o 1 o o o 0000 ibn rbl 5000 4110 2100 4123 3120 0000 2001 3000 2010 3000 1000 Totals 36 5 11 5 Oklahoma City o o 0 Omaha 000 ToUli 30 4 ( 4 0 1 ft 004 — 5 103 000 — 4 E—Spriggs. Omaha 7. 28 Sorrell. HR.- LOB-Oklahoma City 10, - Howard, Cedeno. 3B — Harrison (2). SB-Chiles, -S U |l.yan. SPlnks Almonte Duffalo (W, 1-0) Bail* Momomery FINALS New York" 107,.Los Anacles 100. New I OoQhmrm York leads best ot 7 series 3-2. ' "CSninan ABA WESTERN DIVISION FINALS Los Angeles 119, Denver 113, Los Angeles leads bcst-of-7 series 2-1 Track COLLEGE Iowa 105. St. Ambrose 39 Golf GREATER DES MOINES Ankeny 173, Saydcl 174 Cedar Raptds 13, Grand View 2 Dowllntr 159, Urbandale 173, Southeast Polk 197 Roosevelt 141. North 184 (oirlsi COLLEGE Central 202, Graceland 235 (airls) William Penn 14, Warlbura 4 William Penn 15, Graceland 0 Wartburg 14, Graceland 1 JUNIOR COLLEGE Waldorf 7'.3, Ellsworth 7'j HIGH SCHOOL Hubbard 162. Radcllffe 183 Hubbard 235. Radcllffe 237 (airls) . (The Register's Iowa News Service) j ors AMES, I A. — Don Kelley, j chance of approval are: svho built Marietta College basketball Into 7aT"wiriri(fr7~Monday named bas- coach some as i 5444. 11-31 0.0 2 2 2-3 0 0 0 1 H 1 000021 8 9 3 S 3 101 Buromeler (L, 1-2) 1 222,21 Save — Bailey, WP — Almonte. HBP — Spinks (McMillan). T—2:37. A—1,3M. 6 INDIANAPOLIS HITS RIP WICHITA citizens night Anybody- WICHITAi KAN . (AP) _ In . dianapolis belted three pitchers for 16 hits and Bill Plummer drove in five runs Monday night as the Indians whipped the Aeros, 8-4. Indianapolis chased starter Bill Rohr with a five-run surge in the third-inning-and-handed Tennis GREATER DES MOINES Hoover 9, North 0 Lincoln 9, Tech 0 Marshalltown 5. Grand View 4 Roosevelt 9, East 0 St. Joseph 6. Norwalk 3 (airls) Valley 6, bowling 2 COLLEGE Midwestern 5. Morninaside 4 Northern Iowa 8, Upper Iowa 1 STAlSlS TAKE 2-1 LEAD ANAHEIM, CALIF. (AP) The Los Angeles Stars took ad- .vantage of a Denver dry spell to break open a tight game in the fourth quarter Monday night and downed the Rockets, 119-113, to take a 2-1 lead in their best-of-seven American Basketball Association Western ketball at Iowa State. "I am most pleased that Iowa State was able—to attract a man of Don Kelley's caliber and b a c k- ground," said Glen Anderson i head basketball coach. "Don brings a fine basketball playing and coaching background with him. He will be a tremendous help to us both in coaching and in recruiting." Kelley, 36, was captain of the 1956 Ohio State basketball team. He .earned six letters in basketball and baseball and I was all-Amorican and all-Big i Ten in baseball. ; After serving at Ohio State i as assistant freshman basket| ball coach while completing ibis advanced degree, he { coached one year at Cclina • j (Ohio) High School and went ! to Marietta in 1959 as-assist' ant in basketball, football and baseball. In Minimum salary— It's $11,000 now and Ihe" owners would boost it to $12,000 immediately, $12,750 next year and $13,500 in 1972. Maximum salary cut— It's 25 per cent now and the owners would lower it to 20 per cent. Hillyer said the reserve 40 3 13 3 Total • 32 5 9 5 000020100—3 1 0 2 1 1 0 »0 X- S E—S.Jackson. LOB—Pittsburgh in. Atlanta B. 2B—C.Boyer. HR-Nash (t). Cepeda (4). SB-Dldler. SF-H.Aaron. IP H R ER BB SO 4 44434 2 21 2 1 0 6 2-310 3 21-33 0 WP—Walker. Walker (L.3-2) • Hartensteln DalCanton Nash (W,3-l) Priddy Save--Prlddv. A- 7,457. 1 0 3 0 1 .1 304 0 0 1 T-2:30. I I ! ASTROS HAND CUBS 1 4TH STRAIGHT LOSS cur- j HOUSTON, TEX. (AP) ; Jim Bouton stopped Chicago on | six hits and scored two runs Monday night, pacing the As- clause which Curt Flood «,,- tros to a , 7 . 2 victo ,. y < nat fix . rently is fighting in the courts,, tended tnc Cubs - losing string is not mentioned in the owners' i to four games, proposal. i Houston broke a 1-1 deadlock In New York, Miller hacj no j wit" t™ runs in the third in- comment on the reports of a; nin S and Bout ° n made tllem stand up for his second victory on moratorium. But he confirmed that the owners had submitted a 34- page written proposal to him which he was forwarding to the players without any recommendation. Miller said he had talked with most of the player representatives by phone and dis- „. . .. ^ an ;^, nnt . cussed the offer' and hoped to ^ M ^ « "- in four decisions. Bouton was hit by a Bill .Hands pitch to start the third inning rally and scored after Joe Morgan walked and Norm Miller singled. Jim Wynn's sacrifice fly delivered another run. Hands, who had won six — four of them this year — allowed a first-inning run on Morgan's single, an infield out, a passed mail copies of a summary of the offer to all players this week \ "A vote will be taken as soon i bal1 and Wvnn ' s grounder, as possible," said Miller. j Ron Sanl ° s single tied the Miller said he had been gel- score in ' the l °R of lhe tlnrd Iting negative reaction from the players on the 162-game sched- _ _. . 111 r*"«7 *-•* " ** *•*•«•* *\SM £.11111^ »jv*i^>u 1961 he was named head, u , Ci the termina ti on pay , the' CHICAOO abrhbi Jtball COach and assistant ij;,,;,?:,,„ «r tu« „! it — I Kesslnger ss 4 p 2 P after Bouton issued a pair of walks. Wichita its third straight loss. Reliever Steve Mingori was raked for seven hits in 3 2-3 innings. INDIANAPOLIS . WICHITA ab r h bl ab r h bi Crawford 5000 Camilli ss 4220 Mashore ct 5120 Giambis If 4030 ash Andr Andrsn Ib 5110 Carrthrs Ib DeLaHoz3b 4121 Swanson It 5331 Duffy ss . 5029 Armstna 2b S 2 2 1 Plummer c 5221 Harrelsn p 3010 . Herae9de.p J 0 0 0 Oevacaue 3b 1 0 0 0 -Jinblm rf Lowenstncf 5 Gonzalez 2b Sprague 3b Suarez c Rohrp Mingori ,p Scruggs ph Allen P Pefersn ph 4001 4022 S OC 4 1 1 C 3 6 1 C 3 0 0 C 1001 1 0 0 T 0 1110 0 o E i 0 0 ( Totals Indianapoli Wichita E—D ? 2 5 010 0 _ . . 10 009 00 2—4 _ De La Hoz, Harrelson, Camilll, i Scheinblum, Rohr. DP—Indianapolis 2. LOB—Indianapolis 7, Wichita 10. ....... . . , . I k**Wl 111V* tV,i I 1*11114 V1\S* I KvJJ • ls'>lr basketba coach and assistant i division of tne p , ff m in fnnthall . i . . . r ' ' ! 2B' — Mashore, 3 B — Plummtr SF—Scheinblum. Rohr (L, 1-3) Mingori HarTelson (W. 1-0) Hemende • Save—Hemende. . Anderson, Swanson. SB—Chambliss. W. L. G.B . " 8 2',z I i 11 4 5 9 4>/i 6 11 5 PASS LEADER THROUGH LOOP. THEN DRAW ' BACK THBOUG THE EYE OF HOOK Waterloo at Clinton Decatur at Ouad-C Danville at Quincy id-cities CENTERVILLE SLIPS AGAIN WESTERN W.L.GB. Dal-F.Worth » 6 ... El Paso ? * "• Albauergua 96... •" •* 1 12 6V> EASTERN W.L.GB. Memphis 11 3 • S. Antonio 1 8 tVi Arkansas « B S Shreveport J-JL^fe Amarlllo 7, Arkansas 2" El Paso 3, Shreveport 2 Damn-Fort Worth d, San Antonio 5 Memphis 9, Albuquerque 5 PASTERN LEAGUE N LEA lw-S Bulldogs Close At Home Today CENTERVILLE, IA. - Centerville topped Mason City, 4-3, in the first game of an Iowa Junior Cojlege baseball doubleheader Monday, then lost the, nightcap, 6-5. Drake's baseball team wraps Keokuk broke Centerville's 25-! Us h , , d - . game conference wuinmg streak . .. . . , * Sunday with two victories. Cen-^ doubjeheader Wlth c ° e Colle ge terville's season record is now; a * Birdland Park. 32-6 and Mason City is 16-5. ! Don Ow e n will start the first Mason City's Tom Ryan ho- game, set for 2 p.m. In the ^mered in the opener and Cen--nightcap, freshman Kevan Ex- ter-vilJe'* Jim Lidwin blasted j slrum will get his first assign- one in the second game. IP H 21-37 32-37 3 7 5 i R ERBBSO 6301 2104 2104 2121 2210 HBP—Chambliss, A NEEDLE- THREADER IS A HANDY GAP6ET TO HAVE WtfEN TRYING TO TJM2GAD THE EYE OF A SMALL FLY , Burns in 4'Hitter For Marshalltown (The Register's Iowa News Service) MARSHALLTOWN, IA. Dick Burns tossed a four-hitter to lead Marshalltown past Web- jster City, 7-1, Monday in the i second game of an Iowa Junior ment. Drake, now 1-12, travels to SHIP TO SHORE S l Louis U. to close its Mis-L ,. „ , . ,. CAMDEN, N.J. iAPi -;sourj Valley Conference sched-; C ° ] ] e & e Conference double- Handy Admiral won the feature : Mle with two games Friday and!& eader - Webster City won the Monday at Garden State Park, -a single game Saturday. i opener, 4-J. EVANSVILLE 10, DENVER 5 DENVER, COLO. (AP)-Hal Haydel shut out Denver on three hits through seven innings Monday night and stroked a two- run homer before being relieved as Evansville posted a 10-5 American Association victory over the Bears. Haydel was tough through seven innings and his second- inning blast helped create a 10-0 lead. Jeff Burroughs cleared the bases with a grand slam home run to chase Haydel in the eighth. EVANSVILLE DENVER jb r h bl ' «b r b bl Teobld Zb 3 1 1 0 Tomson ss 3121 Patersn rf Hill cf 5010 Smith If Glover 2b 6111 Grieve cf Nash Ib 4121 Nen Ib t l 2 0 Buruohs 3b 5212 Mason ss 5122 Donnelly c 5110 Dukes P 3212 Blckmon p 1000 Kun D Castle ph Walters p Jimenez ph Ritter p _____ total* 4Ufl"ial Total* u si i Evansville -• JM """ "" " - — EvansvTlle Division final playoffs. The score was tied 26 and changed-hands 36 times before the Stars took the lead for good, 87-86, on Bob War-reifs three-point goal with one minuter-remaining in the third period.' Warren played in place of injured Willie Wise, the rookie from Drake. Spencer Haywood of Denver, the A.B.A.'s Most Valuable Player, led both ckibs with 37 points and 22 rebounds. Mack Calvin led the Stars with 31 points. Warren contributed 28. j The fourth game will be played Tuesday night at Long Beach Arena. The winner of the series will face Kentucky or Indiana, battling for the Eastern Division title. Wise, who had previously been ruled out of the playoffs with a ; bone- spur in an ankle, got third I the game briefly and scored two points'for the Stars. in football. Kelley is married and the father of one son. Ex-Ames Coach Tiller, 63, Dies AMES, IA. (AP) - Ole Tiller, 63, who coached Ames' state high school championship basketball team in 1945, died of a-heart attack, here Monday. Tiller was hospitalized ; and the meal money. : 'Clause' Not Mentioned j He said increases- in min- jimum salary, were being received favorably. Because of Curt Flood's~Iaw suit, the reserve clause is not mentionedsin the proposal. Miller said players during spring training had discussed various ideas of action if they reach an impasse-with the owners. He would not elaborate. Beckert 2b I BWIIIams If !Santo 3b Calllson rf Banks Ib Hickman cf Martin c Hall Ph Hands p recently after returning spending the winter in zona. team, George from Ari- j 0 Morqan 2b 4001 NMiiler rl 3000 TDavis oh 4.0 3 1 Beuchmp If 4000 Wynn cf 4000 Pepitone Ib 4010 Menke ss 200 O.Lamoard If 1000 JAlou If 1100 Rader 2t Pooovlch ph 1100 Edwards c Agulrre p 000 0 Bouton p Regan p 0000 WSmlth ph 1000 3 J 2 0 3011 roil 0100 3001 3100 4112 2000 2011 3010 3000. 2210 33 2 6 2 Total 29 7 8 V 001 000100—1 102 000 0 4 X- 7 _ Moroan. Apulr/a. DP.-. Houston 2 . LOB—Chicago 8, Houston 2. 2B-Menke. SF-Wynn. y ^^ Total Chicago Hojiston E—Menke, ,, 2-33 .2-2) 9 i HBP— by >lands (Boulon). T-2:li. A-l 6,432. Regan Bouton (W.2-2) 3310 2 t , * , 2 PB— Martin. r of Tiller's 1945 Duvall, is the at Ames High-. : Professional staff was b< wjth the add Sports Today Baseball Greater Des Moines— Coe at Drake, Grand View, at Centervllle 12). Slate— Northern Illinois at Iowa (2), William Penn at Iowa Wesleyan, Central at GrlnnelT, Sioux Falls at Northwestern (2), •50 .lashlb Beckner 3b Sevclk c Nettles rf Vasser If Haydel P Gebhard P 00 511 3111 4100 4124 2000 3010 0000 1010 1000 1000 0000 1000 0000 DENVER Beck Hamond Haywood Jones Wright G F T 11 1-1 24 3 1-2 7 16 5-6 37 8 14-14 30 0 2-3 2 3 3-3-11 1 0-0 2 Totals 4224-29113 Denver Los Angeles LOS ANGELES G F Stone Warren Ravmnd Calvin Jackson Washgn Anoersn Wise n T a 1-1 17 11 3-5 28 9 6-10 24 11 9-11 31 3 2-3 8 4 1-1 9 0 0-0 0 4722-31119 25 27— 113 27 31—119 Three-point goals— Denver; Congdon 2, Beck; Los Angeles: Warren 3. Fouled out— Denver, Total fouls—Denver A—4,468 . Hammond. 26, Los Angeles Dubuaue at Loras, Westmar at Wayne State. Track Stale—Grinnell at Cornell, William Penn at Central, Loras at Dubuaue, Iowa Wesleyan at Monmoulh, Bronco Relay? at Belmond, Ankeny Relays, ~ Glenwood, Des Molr meet at Pleasantv Conference Meet at West Sioux Invitational at Hawarden, Mohawk Relays at Mason City, Lion Relays at Linn-Mar, Dows Relays, Viking Relays at Norlhwood, Cadet Relays at Iowa Falls, Sioux Valley Conference meet at Aurelia. Golf Moines—Grand Vi Jrai Dowllng at Ram Relays at Moines River Conference antvllle, Southeast Iowa t at Columbus Junction, Greater pes. Centervllle, Valley vs. Hoover _ land, Lincoln vs. East at Grandview icw at Wave(girls), Roosevelt at Ames, Marshalltown. •- •• State—Hawkeye Invitational City, Westmar at Sioux Falls. at Iowa Tennis Greater Des Molnt*—Roosevelt at tast (girls). Valley at St. Joseph (girls). North at Hoover (girls). Tech at Lincoln (girls), Drake at Graceland. • State—Iowa State at Nebraska, Parsons at. Central. Mason 3, Beckner. ville 1, .Pejwer 1. Left Burrouahsd). SF-Grieve. RERBBso gKSrd*' 7 -" ft ? , S ? f Dukes (L. 0-1) 2^ > 7 5 1 t Blackmon 1-^33222 Kuhn Vi 1 0022 Wallers ' 00010 Killer 1 20001 HBP - Bv Blackmon (Thompson); bv Haydel (Nen). Ba'k-Kuhn. T — J;42. A — 511. EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORSHIP / Your opportunity io become part of the multibillion dollar beverage industry. A golden opportunity io build y.our own future. Hailed around the world 01 boon to beverage industry. Money alone will not make you a distributor. Can you qualify? Call Immediately: Jim Ward At Hyatt House 285-4310 SECURITY JOB NEW YORK, N.Y, (AP) 1 baseball's security beefed up Monday ion of Francis J. former special agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. PENN GOLFERS WIN (The Register's Iowa News Service) OSKALOOSA, IA. — William Penn topped Wartburg, 14-4, and Graceland, 15-0, Monday in a triangular golL match. Wartbucg whipped Graceland, 14-1. Penn's Randy Miller was medalist with a 70. TONIGHT • 7:20 m IOWA OAKS vs. TULSA OILERS STEVE SHANNON DUGOUT SHOW oresented by Iowa Realty and Home Carpel GAME BROADCAST presented by • Mid Continent Bottlers, Inc. • Clark Peterson Co. • Northwestern Bell Telephone • Johnson Clothing Co. • lowa-Des Moines National Bank •mie^ofessional srarAssocTaWn *) Northwestern Btll-Yellow Panes HOWLETT CHEVROLET SCOREBOARD Immediately Following Game TUNE IN 1390 ON YOUR DIAL

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