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» »-»-- •,iw*am f oiitc WEDNESDAY, MAY 6,1970 1-8 Comic Dlcilonary | GOLDSR1CKER-~A lazy man who ' a soft job because he expects to ; lie down on it later. (CoBVrlgM, 1WO, bv Evarf ESSM Maury White rpHE COST crisis in college J. athletics (inflation, old boy) is causing a number of schools to cut out subsidies for some of the minor sports and pare budgets for others. The "Oklahoma State plan" may help. Well, actually there isn't any Oklahoma State plan as such. This is just a sly way of mentioning that the Cowpokes saved money at pre- game meals last fall by serving pancakes to the football players. Pancakes? Pre-game meal? That's right. And to complicate matters even more, Coach Floyd Gass didn't deviate from the traditional menu of steak to save money. He would have served three steaks per man if it meant one more victory. What happened was that Gass proved he'd done his homework on Brock If studies in -recent years by .the American College of Sports Medicine, one of which extols spaghetti, macaroni, pancakes, etc., as being highly digestible- No Cowpoke had to cat pancakes. Steak was also available. Gass explained the business about proteins ( and fatty foods being harder 'to digest j ^mSUi „ than starch and about half of the players went each way. It dian't hurt — and may have helped. The Cowpokes, 3-7 in 1968 under Phil Cutchin, improved to 5-5 for their best season since 1959. '••,'•• <• "» Valley O.KrtcrDrake Return in Football 9r . > - .. REDS' 2 RAPS AID SIMPSON'S 3-HITTER, 5-1 May, Tolan Unload For 7 in Row CINCINNATI, OHIO. (AP) Lee May and Bobby Tolan [ashed homers, supporting Wayne Simpson's three-hitter as the Reds stopped St. Louis, 5-1, Tuesday night for their seventh straight victory. May lashed, his sixth homer — a two-run shot — in the sixth inning to help the Reds open a three-run margin. Tolan rapped his sixth homer in the fourth. Richie Allen led off the sec- J?_nd_Jnning__with—his—eighth homer, then Simpson shut; the door and the Cardinals could not get a man past second base. Simpson (5^-1) now has allowed only 21 hits in 462-3 innings. ST. LOUIS , CINCINNATI abrhbl- ab r h bi Cardenal cf 4010 Ross rf '4110 CTavlor rf 4000 Helms Jb 3000 Hut Schedule Blocks First GameTill'73 3000 Tolan cl RchAllen 3b 4 l.l 1 Perez 3b Torre c 3010 Bench c 2000 UM»v IB 3000 McRie If Haaue 1b Rolas Jb Maxvlll ss 2000 Campbell ph 1 0 0 0 Brlles D Carlton D jJohnson p 4132 3000 4210 4 1 15 .. 2000 tewart If 1 0 0 C onceocn ss 2010 0000 Simpson p 2000 0000 1000 0000 3000 Total 29 1 3 1 Total 30 5 7 Helms awarded first on-c«lcher's--.- 810 880 00' 0— 1 Cincinnati 006 10I10X-S E—L.May, Hague, Torra I. Paraz. DP- SI. Louis l, Cincinnati 1. LOB—St. Louli 4, Cincinnati 5. JB—B«nch. HR— RchAllen (8), Tolan (i), L.Mav (i). SB- Brock, Tolan. I DON'T PLAN to get deeply involved, but pancakes pass the acid test. Each meal leaves a residue of acid. According to studies, . acid resulting from starchy foods can be breathed out easily, while protein acid must go through the kidneys. Gass showed commendable courage, not in deciding to fol- te . a ™ low medical advice, which ni 8 ht: makes great sense, but in choosing to do it realizing that it opened the door for sniping. College athletic recruiters are often masters of the half- truth and artists of innuendo in referring to rivals. You can bet that someone, somewhere, has insinuated that Cowpokes are never fed anything BUT pancakes. 'Taint so, and I applaud Gass' attempt to put variety in pre-battle nutrition. I even suggest sausage pizza for the linemen. Jtmay not actually help, but that garlic odor won't do much for opposing guards. Steak,. as a near-universal pre-game fodder, has great social significance. It's part of the idea that "this group goes first class all the way." However, ij you give an athlete the money to buy his own pre-game steak, you. can almost bet he'll fuel up on hamburgers and french fries. IP H R E Carlton (L.l-4) .... 62-37 54 J J.Johnson 1-30 0 « 0 Brlles 1 0000 Simpson (W.S-1) ...» 31135 . WP—Carlton 2, Simpson. T—1:57. A— i 1,697. . ._ Clemente Hurt, Out Four Days ATLANTA, GA. (AP) - Pittsburgh star Roberto Clement will be sidelined four or fivi days with a bruised heel, i team spokesman said Tuesday Clemente injured his left hee hen he caught it on the bad f the first base bag in the fiftl ming of Monday night's game ith the Braves. X-rays taken Tuesday were egative, but there was som welling and acked in ice. Club Pays $240,000 For Soccer Player LONDON, ENGLAND (AP — Chelsea, winner of the:Eng sh Soccer Cup, paid $240,00 \iesday for Millwall forwar Ceith Weller. G LEN ANDERSON, Iowa State's basketball coach, was talking about pre-game diet nnp night and recalled some of the preferences from his own playing days. "When I was in high school lived on a farm 4 miles froni town and didn't have a car," he said. "On game nights, I'd wai until everyone had left, down to the home ec room anc fix myself-a two-egg sandwich. "Then I'd walk down to the drug store, buy a quart of ice cream and eat it all. Then I'd go back to the gym and play like hell." That's the way it often hap pens. Jim Ryun, the worl record holder in the .mile an half-mile, got to experimental a couple j of years ago. He ra very well one day on frank furters and sauerkraut. There are other instances real class. A few years ago professional basketball playe named Bill -Turner took to ea ing meals, pre-game and otherwise, backwards: dessert, main ' course, soup. "If I stuff myself before 1 get to the dessert, then I'm too fall," he said. the heel wa By Buck Turnbull Drake U n i v e r s 11 y's return to football competition in the Missouri Valley Conference was unanimously accepted here Tuesday. The league's faculty repre entatives, who are holding icir annual meeting at Johnny nd Kay's Hyatt House, wel- omed the Bulldogs back into he championship race as soon s scheduling permits — which means probably no earlier than 973. " Long Absence Drake hasn't played for the ootball title since the celebrat- id Johnny Bright incident ol .951. In other action, the confer- mce delayed a decision on ex- )ansion~and~ appointed a three- man visitation committee to-in spect the campus at West Texas State next week. West Texas 'ormally applied for admission at "the meeting. — The committee appointed by Dean R. M. Robison of Memphis State, conference president, is comprised of two faculty representatives, Prof. Leland Johnson of Drake and Orville Notbdurft of Bradley, and one athletic director, Glenn Dobbs of Tulsa. Johnson presented the motion 'or Drake's return as a foot- 5aIFplaymg member and "iF was approved by acclamation," said Robinson. 'Tarn very happy about the warm acceptance given our proposal by all the other schools," Johnson said. "We are looking forward to competing in Missouri Valley football again, and I'm sure I'll have some moments when I won't be so happy after playing some of these fine ball clubs." Bright Incident Drake, a charter member of the conference in 1907, dropped out of Valley football after Bright suffered a broken jaw in a 1951 game at Oklahoma A. and M.—now Oklahoma State, which later switched to the Big Eight Conference. Sequence picftires in The Des Moines Sunday Register showed •that Bright had been intentionally slugged by an Aggie player. Bright, one of the school's all-time football greats; was the national leader in total offense but had to sit out two of his final three games, At that time, Drake officials VALLEY Please turn to Page Three FOR 16 HITS, 3 BY TENACE Send Blue After Sweep Tonight American Association Standings EASTERN DIVISION W. L. Pr.l. C, 6. Iowa .......... 12 2 .857 ... Indianapolis .... 7 7 .500 5 Omaha ........ 5 7 .417 6 EvansviHe ...... 4 . 8 .333 7 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet d.B. Oklahoma City . . 9 8 .429 . . . Tulsa ......... 9 8 .429 ... Wichita ....... 10 9 ,426 ... Denver ........ 4 11 .267 4 Tuesday Night's Games Iowa 9, Tulsa 3 Wichita 9, Indianapolis -2 Oklahoma City 5, Omaha 2 Denver 3, EvansviHe 2 Tonight's Games 7:35 p.m.— Tulsa (Ellis 0-0) at Iowa (Blue 1-0) Indianapolis (Grimsley 0-1) at REGISTER PHOTO BY GEORGE CEOLLA Oaks Call Bogle to Summit Meeting - -0aks-starteT-DaiTeirOsteen~(secona"fronmght)-—Bogle-fieft)-a'rrivecHrrtime to put down uprrsfrrjr hands ball to Manager Sherra Lollar after forcing and got credit for victory when K 0aks pulled out 9-3 in run with third walk in first inning of Tuesday triumph. Catcher Gene Tenace (right) was hitting night's game with Tulsa. Relief pitcher Warren star with double and.two singles. Richards Says Leo's $200Fine TooSmall ATLANTA, GA. (AP) Atlanta Braves Vice-President Paul Richards says the dent put in Leo Durocher's pocketbook by the National League wasn't large enough. Richards Monday night said he protested to National League 'President Chub Feeney in a letter that Durocher's punishment "did not fit the crime." The Chicago Cubs' manager was fined $200 and suspended for one game after he made an obscene gesture at an umpire during Saturday night's game at Atlanta. As it turned out, he didn't even have to sit out a game because the ne$t day's contest was rained out. Richards did not suggest what the penalty should have been, "We just don't want anything like this happening in Atlanta again," said Richards. "He can do it in Wdgley Field, but we don't want him doing anything like that in Atlanta," he added. With a crowd of about !€,000 and a Chicago television audience looking on, Durocher marched onto the field to ask. for a ruling on whether Atlanta pitcher Pat Jarvis had checked his swing on a ball-3 call. Umpire Harry Wendelstedt told Durocher he had, already received help on the call from first base umpire Tony Venzon. Durocher reportedly argued that "you're keeping it a secret." Then Durocher made the gesture at Venzon and was immediately ejected'from the game. In such cases, umpires normally make their decision clear from the field. When they don't, the manager is allowed to ask the plate umpire what the decision was. During his playing career, Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox was once fined a reported $5,900 and suspended for several days for unusual conduct on the playing field. Oliva Drives In 6 as Tiant Jumps to 5-0 DETROIT, MICH. (AP) — ony Oliva knocked in six runs with a home run, single and riple, leading the Minnesota ""wins to an 8-5 victory over the igers Tuesday night. Luis Tiant .posted his fifth traight victory despite allow- ng nine walks in the 5 2-3 in- ings he worked. Minnesota took a 2-0 lead in ie first inning when Mickey Lolich (4-3) walked Cesar Tova' nd Oliva blasted his fourth lomer. Two innings later, Leo Cardenas doubled and Oliva ingled him home. .Oliva lashed a bases-loaded triple in the fifth after singles by Tovar and Cardenas and a walk to Harmon Killebrew. Killebrew smashed his sixth lomer in the seventh. MINNESOTA DETROIT ab r h bl ab r h bi ovar cf 4210 MAuliffe ft 3112 ardenas ss 5220 DJones 3b 1000 .'illebraw 3b 4 2 1 1 Wart 3b 3000 Aendoza 3b 0 0 o 0 Kallne rf 5 l l l Oliva rf 4236 Cash Ib 2100 Alyea If 4000 WHorton If 3110 Holt If 0000 Northurp cf 5010 Allison Ib 1000 Freehan c 3010 Reese Ib 2011 Szotkwicz ss 3 1 2 2 Aitterwld c 4 0 1 0 I Brown ph 1000 Quillcl 2b 4000 Lolich 0 2000 fant p 3010 Tlmermn P 0000 FHall P 0000 GBrown ph 1 ( SWIIIams p 1000 Hiller p 0 ( >*rrnoskl p 0 0 0 0 Maddox ph 1000 Robertsn p 0 0 0 < Prica ph 1001 Total 368108 Total 34 6 7 5 Minnesota 101 049 100—8 Mroit 000200210-5 " LOB—Minnesota 4, Detroit 15. 2fl~ Cardenas. 3B—Oliva. HR—Oliva (4) yicAUIIHe (4), Killebrew (6). Kaline U) IP H R ER BBSO -.52-32 2 2 9 •, 2-31 2 22 ( 1-33111 1-31 001 1 1-367 73 4 2-32 000 0 1 1-1 0 1 , 2 10002! WP-Lolich. T-3;26. The Scoreboard American League EASTERN DIVISION S.Williams Perranoskl Lolich (L.4-3) Timmerman Hiller Robertson Save— Perranoski. A-15,747. W. L. Pet. Baltimore 15 8 .652 Boston 13 9 .591 Detroit 13 9 .591 Washington ....13 11 .542 New York 13 13 .500 Cleveland 9 13 .409 WESTERN DIVISION W. Minnesota 15 California 14 Oakland 12 Chicago 10 Kansas City .... 8 Milwaukee 5 L. 7 9 13 13 15 20 Pet. .682 .609 .480 .435 .348 G.B. 3Vz 5 G.B. li/2 4'/i 5Vz 7Vj Benvenutis Fight Will Be Televised NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Nino Benkenuti's defense of his world middleweight boxing title against Tom (The Bomb) Bethea of New York at Umago, Yugoslavia, May 23, will be telecast live by satellite to the United States. It will be shown on ABC's Wide World of Sport program. The BAVARIAN HAUS SINGERS Won. thru Sat. 2 Shows Nightly 7 and 9 P.M. Songs From BYE BYE BIRDIE Through May 13 BAYABIAN HAIJS RESTAURANT S2I6 E. 14th 260-1173 .200 llVz Tuesday's Games Baltimore 7, Kansas City 3 (N) Boston 6, Milwaukee 0 (N) Chicago 2, Cleveland 1 (N) .Minnesota 8, Detroit 5 (N) —Oakland 11, New York 3 (N) Washington 6, California 1 (N) Today's Pitchers N—New York (Stoltlemyr* 2-3) at Oakland (Downing 3-2) N—Washington (Cox 3-2) at California (May 2-1) N—Boston (Gulp 2-2) at Milwaukee (Pattin 0-3) .N—Cleveland (McDowell 3-2) at Chicago (Horlen 3-2) N—Minnesota (Boswell 0-3) at Detroit (Wilson 2-2) , N-— Kansas 'City (Butler 2-1) at Baltimore (McNally 4-1) National. League EASTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. G.B. Chicago 13 9 .591 ... 'New York 12 12 .500 2 Philadelphia ....12 12 .500 2 Pittsburgh 11 13 .458 3 St. Louis 10 12 .455 3 Montreal 6 16 .273 7 WESTERN DIVISION .W. L. Pet.- GB. Cincinnati .....21 6 .778 ... Atlanta 14 11 .560 6 Los Angeles 13 11 .542 6>'i San Francisco ...13 14 .481 8 Houston 12 15 .444 9 San Diego 10 16 .385 10V Z Tuesday's Games Cincinnati 1 5, St. Louis 1 (N) Atlanta 12, Pittsburgh 6 (N) Los Angeles 4, New York 0 (N) Houston 3, Chicago 1 (N) San Diego 11, Philadelphia 8 (N) San Francisco 4, Montreal 1 (N) Today's Pitchers N—San Francisco (Puente . 0^)1 at Montreal (Morton 2-0) N—Los Angeles (Sutton 3-3) it New York (Seaver 5-0) N—San Diego (Kirby 1-2) at Philadelphia (Bunnlng 1-3) N—Pittsburgh (Ellis 2-1) it Atlanta (Niekro 2-4) Only games scheduled PREP PARADE., By Chuck Burdick Indianola Team Runs as One TNDIA'NOLA, IA. — Their names are Dave Brewbaker, Jim 1 Crawford, Phil Kuehl and Dick Fromm. But at heart they are one. The four comprise Indianola's outstanding relay unit and they reign as The Register's Preps of the Week- after sweeping three titles for the third time this season in last Saturday' Redman Relays here. No track coach in the state has gotten as much mileage ou of four youths as the Indians Bill Nielsen. These four earlie won three titles at the Valley Relays, duplicated that at the Creston Relays and earne three second places in the Drake Relays against the state's best, Their one-minute 29.5-see- ond clocking rates as - the state's best in the 880, they share the medley lead at 3:32.4 and are second in the mile at 3:20.7. Brewbaker is a newcomer as far as success goes. Fromm was a member of last year's two-mile team which won the Drake Relays two-mile and Kuehl and Crawford, the only junior among the four, were members of last JIM CRAWFORD PHIL KUEHL Oklahoma City (Schaeffer 0-0) at Omaha (O'Riley 0-0) EvansviHe at Denver By Bill Bryson The Oaks rolled merrily along to their seventh straight success Tuesday . night and there was Gene Tenace again riding at the fore. Iowa beat a tatoo of 16 hits to squelch Tulsa, 9-3, and Tenace thumped three of them. That escalated Gene's American Association-leading average to 476. —'• Tcnace-also-was-the-only-Oak-— to prod across two runs,' a feat that increased his league high in R.B.I.'s to 18. ' . Two Doubles Tommie Reynolds and Bobby Brooks also stroked three hits apiece. Two of Tommie's were scorching doubles as the Oaks zoomed their record to 12-2 before 1,364 at Sec Taylor Stadium. They'll shoot for a sweep of the home stand tonight on the bullets of left-hander Vida Blue, due back today from four days of military reserve duty in Oak- and, Vida struck out 14 Oklahoma City hitters in just 6% innings for a victorious Iowa debut last Friday. The Oaks found yet another winning pitcher Tuesday night. Warren Bogle baled out wild Darrell Osteen in the first inning and fended off Tulsa with late help from Marcel Lach- emann. Osteen thrust a run upon the Oilers with three walks after Tom Coult€r-s-4eadoff—single. Darrell, who retired one man, OAKS- " < , Please turn to Page Two ROYALS CUT JERRY ADAIR KANSAS CITY, MO. (AP) The Royals Tuesday asked waivers on second baseman Jer- AA . ... i Class AA championship r y Adair ' "'unit. If the other 23 major league, Each has a ^ f avo rit£..j-elay. i teams fail to claim him for $20,- j for Brewbake^ and Crawford 000, he becomes a free agent' it's the 880 becjause they prefer j and can bargain directly with; running 2M yards, ^ for ' any club. mile TULSA Coulter 2b Een'oVrf-ss Pitts lh«3b Thomas If Melendez cf abrhbl I ib r hbl ._ 4110 "Reynolds cf S 2 3 1 _ . 0 Brooks If ' 5 3'3 1 3121 Tenace. c . 5 132 5220 Clark 3b 30 1 0 Reynolds 5010 Brooks If 3021 McNufty rf 40 ' , Gulndon Ib 2000 R.Lach'n Ib l 0 I 0 semmoff o 0 u 0 0 Marauei Ib 2001 semmoff o Demeter Ib Wolff rf Nossek ph Sembera p Murohy pr Bank'h'er p Olerud c Reuss p Da Von Ib-ss 1000 0 u 0 0 Marauei 1001 Anderson ss 4 0 1 1 2000 Driscoll 2b 4120 1000 Osteen P 00 0 0 0000 Boole p 3 o o o 1010 M.Lach'n o 1 1 1 0 o 0 0 o •« Yti~» 4000 Totalj 39 » U 7 2000 Totalt Tulsa . 33 1 » 3 Iowa Tulw ...100 001 100-3 ...301 010 13X-? Anderson. DP- McNulty. Reus.s (L. 1-1) 4 Semmplf 1 Sembera ? Bakenhaster 1 W (w:-r*i - ; ' . (Kennedv). PB-Olerud,. 2. WPyBaken haster, Osteen, Boale. T— 2;33. A-1.364. Bo M.'Lachemann Save—M. achnann. H R ER BB 50 * 4 1 I 1 31003 31100 43301 11130 62204 2 0 0 1 ,1 HBP _- .Bpsla -BIG M ,?AIL Shirts—Ties Jackets—Trousers Bring Ui Your Special Clothing Ntadt Marcovis STORE FOR MEN $04 Grand Av«nu« *«»**» lit's the mile and for Fromm Adair, 33, missed most of; spring, training because of the! fatal illness of his daughter, and: has played in only seven games with four hits in 27 times at bat. He has been in the majors 13 years, playing with the Chicago White Sox, Baltimore and Boston before Qoming to the Royals. PREP- Please turn to Page Three Great Cigarillos REGULAR STEREO TAPE PLAYERS LARGE SELECTION OF CAR-HOME-PORTABLE & STEREO TAPES JACK WALLACE FOR QUALITY * SERVICE 1120 Locuit Ph. ZS8-Z479 SPECIAL 1970 LEHNOX* CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING IT PAYS TO BUY IT NOW PLUS eo KING EDWARD Ltsyttt Silting Ctgir 2424 Hording Rd. 274-3475

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