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fw mtdy'a World "Ah hah, you don't think I can make it across without falling in/ eh?" HAVE HORSE WILL ENTER JIM MURRAY L OS ANGELES, CALIF. - You can't get in a World Series just because you own a ball. You don't get in the Indianapolis 500 just because you own a car. So, I don't see any reason you should get in the Kentucky Derby just because you owni a horse. You can't walk up to the National Open the day of the first round, tap a gleaming new set of woods and irons and say, "I just paid $200 for these. Get me a starting time;."' / All it takes to get in a Kentucky Derby is $100. All it takes to start is another $1,500. Plenty of guys are willing to blow, that much. They get it back double in publicity. True horsemen make it a sort of point of honor not to start . in this thing unless they have a chance. I mean, you don't use the Kentucky Derby to "lag-up" a horse for something else. But owners nowadays aren't. v true horsemen. They think owning a race horse is like owning x a Cadillac. There should be some qualifying standards or such — not the haphazard con glomerate of bewildering races at odd v distances on different tracks they use today as the road to Kentucky. \ A N INFERIOR golfer would not necessarily interfere~with~a National Open. A rotten tennis player will be run out of Wimbledon right away. \ But an inferior horse Is a navigational hazard as perilous as a log at sea. The ninety-sixth running of the Kentucky Derby Saturday was a classic comedy. - • V One horse was so green (he was running in maiden races as little as five weeks before the race) that he ran up on the heels of another, threw his rider and almost killed a photographer. You could have gotten that performance out of a moose: . There was a horse in there — with a girl in the irons — who couldn't have been ridden by an Indian. There was another horse in there that had been_beaten^total of J3Jengths-in his last" two ~facesT r T " ~ There wjjre some horses in there that couldn't have passed an Army physical. There were some where both the jockey and -the4rainer-didn ! t want to run. Say what you want about Bill Hartack, it kills him to sit on horses who should be home in bed. He's gotten off more sore horses than Geronimo. And, while he doesn't speak to the press, word leaked out he did everything but lock his horse in the barn to keep him from going out and finishing fourteenth. De« Meines rU«|ist*r Wed., May 6, 1970 Orioles Belt Royals, 7*3, On 4 Shots BALTIMORE, MD. (AP) Home runs by Dave Johnson, Elrod Heridricks, Brooks Robinson and "Boog Powell powered the Orioles to a 7-3 victory over Kansas City Tuesday night. The Orioles trailed, 2-1, with two out in the fourth inning when Johnson hit the right-field foul pole for a two-run homer and Hendricks followed with his blast. With two out in the fifth, Brooks Robinson homered over the center-field fence with a runner aboard. Powell connected with the bases enlply in the seventh. Tom Phoebus checked ,the Royals on five hits for. his second victory against .one loss. KANSAS CITY' . BALTIMORE 3 Blasts Hike Braves to 8 in Row loyer Belts Pair, Aaron ab r h bl PKellv rf 4 t 2 1 Buford If 3 0 0 0 Rettenmd If Belanqerss FRob Hernandz ss Otis cf 3001 ROIIver 3b 4000 FRoblnsn rf Plnlella If 4 1 1 0 J Powell lb FJore lb. 2011 Blair cf abrh bl 3000 1000 4010 4110 4132 4210 4010 BRoblnsn 3b 4 I 1 2 3000 DJohnspn Jb 412? Hendrcks c Phoebus p "4020 Alcaraz lb ERodrqez c Drago p ... Bunker p 100. Klrkptrck ph 1 0 0 0 Fltzmrrls p 0000 . Total • 30 3 5 3 Total 367127 Kansas City 01 1 010 « 0 o— J Baltimore 100 320 1 0 x— 7 E—Hendrlcks. LOB—Kansas City 4, Baltimore 6. 2B—F. Robinson, Plnella, Fiore, Alcaraz, J.Powell, Blair. HR— D.Johnson (4), Hendrlcks (2), .PKelly (1), B.Robinson (3), J.Powell (7). SB- .PKelly. SF—Otis. Drago (L.1-3) ...... 32-3 7 " iker . 21-3 2 Bunker Fltzmorrls Phoebus (W, HBP—by 2-l> Pho RER BBSO 4 4 1 1 22 3 1 1 0 2 . hoebui 2:39. A— 4,614. APABICIO'S DOUBLE HELPS SOX, 2-1 CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - Luis Aparicio's run-scoring double in .the fifth inning snapped a 1-1 tie, boosting the White Sox to a 2-1 victory over Cleveland Tuesday night. Tommy John, loser of his first five games, notched his second straight victory while Dean Chance suffered his third loss against one triumph. ,_ The teams tied a major league record for double plays with nine between them. HOUSTON, TEX. (AP) Larry Dierker hurled a four- litter for his fifth victory as he Astros defeated the slump- Cubs Tuesday CLEVELAND .abrhbl CHICAGO Uhlaendr cf Leon 2b. Nettles 3b Foster If Heldemn u Chance p Hlnton ph Hand p Cleveland Chicago , E' 3010 McCraw rf 4000 Aparlclo 11 4010 CMav If- 3010 Melton 3b 3110 Hopkins lb 4010 Hrrmann c 3001 Berry cf 4010 Knoop 2b ! 0 0 0 John P 000 000 ab r h bl 3031 2011 2000 2 4 0" 1 6 1210 2000 i u u 10 0 ! 1 0 10 0 ng Chicago light, 3-1. It was the fifth straight loss or the National League's East- rn Division leaders and their inth setback in 12 road games. Jim Wynn led the Astros to heir third successive victory rvith a double and two singles nd Norm 'Miller homered off oser Ferguson Jenkins. Ron -Santa's third homer jroke Dierker's shutout bid in he sixth, but the Houston right- lander breezed in boosting his- ecord to 5-2. CHICAGO . . .. HOUSTON ab r h bl Morgan 2b 41-20 NMIR' " „„_ t 0 1 010 00 X— 2 \'E—MeltonV'Hopklns. Heldemann. Dp- Cleveland 5, Chicago 4. LOB—Cleveland 7, \Chicago 10. 28—Hopkins, Apariclo, Plnson. SB—C.May, McCraw. S—John-2, Chante,_A.Pj£ido^_ -~_ Chance\(L,l-3) Hand \ John (W,2;S) HBP— by\Chance IP H R ER BB SO 1 52265 2 2001.2 » 61145 (Knoop), by Chance I DON'T fault the winner because he won on an off-track. The _ track is like a tough British Open course. You have to be j good and straight to win it. And a good horse should have all the ' shots. And I know the romantic fairy tale on keeping the book open in the race. The sentimental notion is, some old Indian , ' will show up some day with a roan on a rope and no form on ' him for anyone who can't read smoke signals. He will then tow-rope the field, win by 30 lengths, and break clocks clear to Bardstown. , It's not likely to happen. And, anyway, until it does, I would " suggest that some minimal standards be set up to qualify for a gate in the Kentucky Derby, and that it not be .thrown open to ••• anything that eats oats, out of a bucket, or, one of these years, ' it's going to be won by an elk. Owned by a Kiwanian. ' © The Los Angeles Times (Herrmann).\ PB—Herrmann. T—2:16. A- 2,993, \ RED SOX RAM BREWERS, W) x MILWAUKEEXWIS. (AP) The Boston Red Sox, held hitless through the fl^st five innings, scored five runs in the sixth to defeat the Brewers, 6-0, Tuesday night. \ Milwaukee's Gene Brabender was sailing along with a perfect game when he gave up a one- out walk to catcher Tom Satriano in the sixth. Boston pitcher Sonny Siebert, who pitched a three-hitter, then doubled. After Mike Andrews walked to load the bases, Reggie Smith doubled to score Satriano and Siebert and Andrews scored on Tony Conigliaro's single. BOSTON MILWAUKEE 15 Oakland Hits Shatter Yank String OAKLAND, CALIF. (AP).Jim (Catfish) Hunter hurled a six-tiitter and the A's walloped New York, 11-3, Tuesday night, snapping the Yankees' winning streak at five games. Bert Campaneris triggered Oakland's 15-hit attack with a homer in the first inning and Dave Duncan rapped two doubles and two singles. The A's cuffed loser Stan Bahnsen for six innings, then exploded for six runs off Mike Kekich in the eighth. Singles by Campaneris, Rick Monday and Felipe Alou broke a 2-2 tie in the $urd. Joe Rudi's single, a double by Duncan, a wild pitch and Hunter's sacri fice fly increased the margin to 5-2 in the fourth inning. Duncan opened the eighth with his second double and poked a run-scoring stogie later in the inning as the A's sent 12 men to the plate. A triple by Alou and two New York errors contributed to the uprising. NBW YOMC OAKLAND «.»• • «*« ...... »»~..»M». L r dockets Sign Buckeye Star SAN DIEGO, CALIF. (AP) Jody Finney of Ohio State signed Tuesday with the Rockets, who picked him in the fourth round of the college draft.. Finney, a 6-foot. 4-inch guard, was the second best free thrower among collegians last season with 119 but of 134 shots. His field goal record was 178 of 309. u ... •b r h bl Andrews 2b 3 1 00 Harper 3b RSmith cf 4012 Heqan lb Ystrmskl If 4110 Snyder cf ennedy 2b rabendr p .ollms ph Goossen ph. Comer pr abrhb • - - I ( ( < 1 1010 Total oston 2. Harper 2. TOia 11 o 3 o • 0 004 010—i o{ oooooo — o :elli. DP-Boston 1 The Minors MIDWEST LKAGUB W. L. G.B. pecatur t & 2. — ,5 i i _ 553 4 5 3V, DAY Nl MO OP. g 'uaa-citliss anville Clinton TU 2V4 W sin Burlington 2 Appleton 1 J'/i 7 i Cedar Ra'p^Vo'.O^O.O.O'To'M.S 0 Appleton iHT'S GAMES . J 000 7 - ' 21010 x—4 10 Wauoer, Gills U), Valesquez (6), Beebe (8) and Audell; MacDonnell and Arteaaa. L—Hauger. ... .., ... , „ , 33565 Total. Boston 000 Milwaukee 0 E—'Harper, .Petroo— _. ... Milwaukee l.LOB-Boston t, Milwuakee - 2B-Slebert, R.Smlth, Scott. SB— IP H RER BBSO .... 9 3000 •! 3 3 f i 4 f .._. . .. 'Locker (R.Smlth). WP- Locker. SENATORS TRIM ANGELS, 6-1"" ANAHEIM, CALIF. (AP) George Brunet, with late inning relief help, pitched Washington to a 6-1 victory over the Call fornia Angels Tuesday night. The Senators managed only seven hits off four Angel pitch ers, but took advantage of tw errors. Lee Maye collected tw singles and drove in a pair runs. The Angels wasted a pair o doubles by Jim Fregosi and lei 12 men on base. ilur 'itles ooo 001 " T 2 000 000—171 2 0 x-7 9 1 Wooi let: Ht..,-... 001 001 000 0—2 4 1 000 110 000 1—3 7 1 •nd McKlnley, Meyer 19); Coniattl (10) and Slado. i o 0—3 9 s 000—274 Dusan;, Jo- «nd Mate. Pa~sierb"and Woods, Pryor and Dehn. HR-Quad-Citli " Waterloo McOrath H«rwey,. Reed Hurting, But Not Knicks Willis Reed of New York Knicks rolls on court after bruising hip in .fall late in first period of Monday night's National Basketball Association playoff game with Los Angeles. Reed, N.B.A.'s most valuable player, was taken out of game with New York trailing, 25-15, but Knicks came back for 107-100 victory and 3-2 lead in best-of-seven for league championship. seres WIREPHOTO(AP) ^ubs Topple To Dierker 4-Hitter, 3- ab r h bl esslnoer ss 4 0 0 0 eckert 2b Wlllams If anto 3b allison rf anks lb ay cf lartln c enklns p Total 29 1 4 1 Total 34 3 9 3 hicago 000 001 000—1 ouston 1.0.L 00 0 LOJC-: 3 4000 NMmer rf 4000 Wynn cf 4111 Pepitone lb 4010 Mcnke ss 4000 Lampard If 3010 Racier 3b 1010 Edwards c 1000 Dierker p 4111 4131 4011 4010 4000 4010 3000 3000 E—Kesslnger. LOB—Chicago B_Wynn.S_Jenk,ns2. enklns -(L,2-4) .... 8 ierker (W.5-21 ..9 T—2:10. A—15,758. 57 OAKS- Continued from Page One had a 2-0 count on Bob Guindon when • Manager Sherm Lollar applied the hook. Strands Three Bogle ran the string out to 3-2 before Guindon hoisted an innocent fly to short left, then Billy Wolff's grounder marooned three runners. Tulsa more than repaid Osteen's generosity with an error and two passed balls that gave the Oaks three unearned runs off hard-firing Jerry Reuss in their first turn. Iowa went on to a 5-1 lead and had plenty of ammunition left after the Oilers closed it to 5-3 with runs in the sixth and seventh. ., Singles by Brooks and Tenace, plus two ground-outs, added a run in the seventh and the Oaks' double-barreled finish netted three in the eighth. Reynolds doubled for one run and Tenace for two after Driscoll singled and Marcel Lach- 89ers Hang 5-2 Setback On Omaha OMAHA, NEB. (AP) - Oklahoma City scored two unearned runs on a-third-inning throwing error by Omaha pitcher Jerry Cram and went on to a 5-2 American Association victory Tuesday night. Three innings later, Larry Howard hit a two-run homer. OKLAHOMA CITYI OMAHA abrh bllSprlgos rf Chiles If Line 3b Cedeno cf Oelaer rf Mason 2b Batista lb Torres ss Watklns D Gulnn D Totals _ 01 Roos s: 5000 Hrrsn 5022 4000 4120 4010 Oklahoma City. Omaha ' 001 « I 1 $00002 s, Sorrell, Cra ° - ^ 000-2 E— Batista, Roos, Sorrell, Cram, Mon- teapudo. LOB— Omaha 12, Oklahoma Cltv 7. 2B— Mason, Cedeno. HR-Howard 2. SF— Torres. IP H R ER BBSO Watklns (W, 2-0) Gulnn Cram (L, 0-3) Monteagudo Jones Save— Guinn. T-2:30. A-1.373. 5 1-3 6 32-33 6 8 2 2 1 0 2 0 11 00 WICHITA TOPS LA, FINALLY WINS AT SHEA NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Bill Grabarkewitz and Wes Parker cracked two-run and Los Angeles a 4-0 victory over do u b 1 e s breezed to the Mets Tuesday night. Grabarkewitz's blow scored Wes Parker and Willy Craw ford in the sixth inning. An inning later, Parker's two-ou drive knocked in Von Joshua and Maury Wills. The Dodgers, who hadn't breaten the Mets at Shea Sta dium since June 22, 1968 '— losing nine in a row — ripper, Nplan Ryan (2-2) for all of their runs. Rookie right-hander Sandy Vance (2-1) went the first five .innings and Fred Norman mowed down the Mets over the last four. New York's Tommie Agee ex tended his hitting streak to 16 with a third-inning games double. LOS ANGELES abrh bl BONDS SPEEDS IANTS..4-1 MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA (APX - Bobby Bonds stole three bases and drove in wo runs to lead San Francisco o a 4-1 victory over the Expos Tuesday night. Bonds led off the first inning with a walk and stole second. After Ron Hunt grounded out, 3onds stole third and scored he, Giants' first run on Willie Mays' single. The\Giants added two more runs in\ the sixth inning with Bonds'" single driving in both runs and stealing third. The Expos, scored their only run on a ninth x inning-homer by Marcel's brother, Rene, earlier became the Oaks' second victim of a throw to the head in two nights. Allen Lewis was saved by his batting helmet Monday when a pitch from Harry Parker left him with only a slight bruise. Uses Head Rene used his head, unintentionally, to break up a double play and a run scored in the second as a result. Tenace single to Adolfo Phillips. SAN FRANCISCO abrhbl * londs rf Hunt 2b Mason 2b Mays cf. lAccovev lb 3urda lb . -lendersn If ? Ielz . c .u =uentes 3b -anler ss Robertsn p MONTREAL u . \ abrhbl ---122 Staehle 2b 2000 Brand 3b 1000 StaubVt 100 i 1 ? 6 PhTlTlpi cf 3110 Wine ss 4111 Bailey ph 5010 Stoneman p 30 0 0 Falrev ph HReed p u • Qua I lei-ph 1000 2000 1000 n o o 1 0 Tota.1 .-324 74. .Total ont E- Montreal Montreal SB— Bonds ranclsco San Montreal E-DletZ. ..ontreal 1. LOB—sa Montreal. 10. 2B—Dietz. Brand. 3, Robertson. Robertson (W.2-2) . 9 Stoneman (L.l-5) .. 7 H.Reed 2 HBP—by Stomman Stoneman (Dietz), by 100 001 001 — 4 000 000001—1 Francisco 1, > Francisco 13, HR-PhllliPS (IK S—Brand, H R ER B6SO a l l 4 12 33379 (Henderson); bv StonemanJHunt). WP-Robertsen. T-3:13. A-9.513. 'Royalty' Seeks Preakness Berth BALTIMORE, MD. (APJ Kentucky Derby, arrived at Native Royalty, ninth in the Pimlico Tuesday to become the fifth prospective entry in the Preakness on May 16. ; JaraM,Blena- a. l.-J*nm«. vice (7), Jtovtr TONJftHT'J GAMES Second Surgery On Mudd's Knee CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) Howard Mudd, offensive guard for the Bears, underwent surgery on his right knee Tuesday for the second time since the end of the National Football League season. A cartilage was removed from the outer side of Mudd's knee, reinjured recently as be was ffXftrcising at his bone. SHOW OF FORCE CAJJPJ3*, N.J. (AP) - Sea Force icon the feature at Gar: den State Park Tuesday. W. L. G.B. Memphis'2 4 —— an Antonio ! I 9 4V} Arkansas S 11 7 Shrtveport S 11 J El Paso 11 AlbUQuerque G.B. A/rwJlio CiSfiAY'S GAMfeS 1 V 41264 Anwillo t Arkansas, a., Sifi AntepHM. rJallasfort irp«»1ft-»mimr|3F Albuauerque 1 Memflhis 0 Worth The knee originally was hurt in the final game of the season. RESET RACE DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. (AP) — The twice rained-out Virginia 500 Nascar Grand National race at Martinsville, Va., has been rescheduled for Sunday, May 31. _AT.U Women's Golf - low Pull* - Jane OUTDOOR TIPS IF YOUR CAMP CEPLECTOR OVEN HAS RUSTED OB THE METAL, TARNISHEP, LINE THE RER.ECTING PANELS WITH ALUMINUM FOIL... FOIL poked an excuse-me right as he tried to check his swing and Rene walked with one out. Rene was forced by Dwain Anderson's grounder. Shortstop Jim Kennedy's relay struck Lachemann on the side of the head and Tenace scored. Rene was dazed and had to retire, but his injury was not serious enough to require X- rays. Marcel stopped Tulsa by personally starting a double play after surrendering two singles in the eighth, then pitched a hitless ninth. B.B. SHOTS — Bing Devine, Cardinal general manager, was detained in St. Louis by business, so he had to call off his scheduled inspection of Reuss . . . Instead, be sent the club's super-scout, Vgrn Benson . . . Vern saw Reuss yield six hits and four runs," only one earned, before he was lifted for a pinch-hitter in the fifth. Gaylen Pitts, who owns a .538 average in this series, left his position at third base to exchange unpleasantries with a box-seat patron just before the Oaks began bitting in the fifth . . . A moment before, an infield warmup throw bad got past Pitts and struck the low fence in front of the box seats ... A policeman ordered sev* eral young men, who had been heckling Pitts, to move back into grandstand seats. Sammy Ellis, 0-3 for the White Sox last season, will pitch for Tulsa tonight Ellis was 22-10 for Cincinnati in 1965 after a 10-3 record as a WICHITA, KAN. (AP)-John Lowenstein drove in four runs Tuesday night as the Aeros snapped a three-game'losing streak with a 9-2 victory over Indianapolis. Lowenstein hit his third home run of the season after Cap Peterson singled to give the Aeros a 2-0 lead in the second, and rapped a two-run single to cap a four-run rally in the fifth. Ed Farmer, who struck out 10 in winning his second game, blanked the Indians seven innings. Mike de la Hoz doubled and scored on Don Anderson's single in the eighth. INDIANAPOLIS WICHITA abrhbl »h v k HI r ; '•" - - Crwfrd rl Mahore cf Andrsn lb .... De La Hor 3b4 o 1 1 Swnsn If 2000 Duffy ss 4010 Armstrong 2b4 0 1 0 Plummer c 2100 Gelshrt p 2000 Noriega p 0000 Welsch p 1000 Btvcqueph 1.0 1 Joshua cf Wills ss Sudakls c |Torbora c -Kosco-rf Mota If WParker lb Crawford If Grbkwltz 3b Slzemore 2b Vance p WDavis ph Norman p NEW YORK abrhb 1 2 0 Aoee cf 502 1 2 0 Harrelson ss 4 0 0 000 CJones If 300 000 Shamsky rf 402 0 1-0 Clndenon '10-4-0-0 000 Bos well 2b 300 3 1 1 2 Fov 3b 301 3110 Dyer c 301 4012 Ryan p 200 4010 Swoboda ph 1 0 0 2000 RTavlor p 0 0 n 1000 Cardwell p * ~ 0000 Jorgensn ph Total 34 4 » 4 Total. " 32 0 4 Los Antelas 000 Jji 209- New York ....... 000000 000 — E—Ryan. DP—tos Aruieles 1, Ne' Yorlc 2. LOB—Los Angeles 9, New Yor 10. JB—Wills, Agee, Crawford Grabrkewltz, W.Parker. SB—Joshua. S— N0rm ' n - .P H RER BBS' Vance (W,2-l) Norman ... Ryan (L.2-2) R. Tayl Ca ylor eQ 1000 0000 WP-RYan. T-2V4I. A-24,321. BRUINS WHIP ST, LOUIS, 6 5000 ._ 4 1 3.0 Ptrsn rf a . Lwnstn cf 2000 Gnzalez2b ' iprauue 3b z 3b ----- 1 P . vcque ph Total* Farmer p 4110 4120 4111 -3321 4234 4012 3100 4010 4000 1.0 T 6 3J 2~7~1 Totals 14 » iTI HR—Lowenstein. Gelshert (L, 1-J) Noriega Welsch Farmer (W, 2-1) A^77 Farmtr * lls 1, Wichita 1. s 9, Wichita 3. Lowenttaln 2. 'J«1 J E | B f B—Farmer. T—2: DENVER NIPS EVANSVILLE, 3-2 DENVER, COLO. (AP)-Denver scored twice in the seventh inning on a single, a pair of bunts; a 4 wild pitch and a bases- loaded walk to edge Evansville 3-2, Tuesday night. Ron Law- gained credit for his first victory, but he neede< help from Jim Miles in the las two innings. Red rookie in '64 Sammy and THE WILLCPPTEN BOOST THE MEAT OUPMT AS AS, W PEBC£NT, has no decision for the Oilers in 15 1-3 innings. Evans Named San Jose Aide SAN JQSB, CALIF, (AP) Assistant San Jose State track coach Ernie Bullard was named Tuesday to replace retiring Head Coach Bud Winter, sprint star Lee Evans named assistant coach. Bullarcf, 33, a pole vaulter from the University of Southern California, has been assistant for two years. Evans, 24, holds the world 400-meter mark of 43.8 seconds, the world indoor record of :$i5 for the 500 yards and the world mark of 1:14.3 in the 600 meters. Totals J3 1 f o Z ATLANTA, GA. Joyer smashed two home runs nd Hank Aaron clubbed his enth Tuesday night as the ighth straight, 12-6, over Pitts- urgh. Aaron's blow, the 2,986th hit ^ f his career, capped a seven- un outburst by the Braves rith two out in the second in- ing. The rally included^ .a iree-run double by Felix Milan and two other runs were talked home by Pirate starter Bob Moose (0-3). Boyer hit a solo homer in the bird and followed with a three- un blast in the fifth after Rico arty and Orlando Cepeda walked. Southpaw George Stone (41) didn't allow a hit until Willie Stargell singled in the fifth inning. . But in the sixth the Pirates got to Stone for six singles that iroduced four runs and Stone ;ave way to Hoyt Wilhelm in .he seventh inning. It was Withelm's 998th appearance. Carty extended his hitting streak to 24 games with singles n the second and sixth innings. The Pirates have lost six straight. PITTSBURGH ab r h bl MAlou cf 5111 Ua:roskl 2b 3001 eter If 4220 IRobrtsn lb 4 l jibbon o trtensten p ATLANTA ab r h bl SJackson ss 4 1 o i Mlllan 2b 5113 HAaron rf 511} Carty.JI 43 2 o ilckelts ph lustl p taraell rf Keener 3b Alley ss Moose p McBeen p JMay c 000 1 00 000 ,um It Ida lb iver 3b § Gonzalez cf Kino c 4021 Dldfer c 3000 Stone p 4110 Wilhelm p 1 0 0 0 • 0000 3120 0000 3720 4224 4110 3000 1000 2111 1000 356106 Total 34121011 000 004 020— i ......... 0710)0 01 X-11 Hebner. DP-Atlanta l. Atlanta E—Alley, . . LOB—Pittsburgh 4, Atlanta 7.>2B—MllUn, Cepeda. HR-H.Aaron (10), C.Boyer 2 4), B.Robertson (3). S—C.Boyer. SF- IP . 3 Mazeroskl. Moose (L.o-3) McBean 2 Gibbon 2 Hartensteln ...... 1 1 ilustl 1 Stone (W,4-l) 6 Wilhelm 3 Save—Wilhelm. (Hebner). WP—Gibbon. 2:24. A— 9,199. R ER BBSO 3321 OO'l 0 0002 1001 4404 2202 HBP—by S'toni PB—J.May. T— 111 001.. Ill I 1 1 I I 1—2 11X-3 _—None. PO-A-Evansville 24-9, Denver 27-9... LOB-Evansvllle 8, Denver SB—Hill. Blylevn (L, 0-1) Woodson 1-2) 10. R ER BB SO _ M ,„, ST. LOUIS, MO. (AP)-Eddi iVestfall and Derek Sanderson ired home two goals each and uper-stars Bobby Orr and Phil Ssposito established Stanley up scoring records as Boston blitzed St. Louis, 6-2,, Tuesday night in the second game of the National Hockey League's final- round playoffs. Their eighth straight playoff victory gave the Bruins a 2-0 edge in the best-of-seven series. ;t was the tenth straight final- round loss for the Blues. The Bruins bunched three first-period goals, two by Westfall, and constantly beat the Blues to the puck. St. Louis managed only 19 shots against Boston goalie Gerry Cheevers. Orr picked up two assists and so did Esposito, establishing Stanley Cup scoring records. Orr's two points gave him 18, a record for defensemen, and Esposito's two gave him 23, record for all players. DRUGGED TUBE? CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - Doc's TV won the feature at Washing ton Tuesday. Sports Today Baseball STATE—Northern Iowa at Wartburg. Track STATE-Lea, Upper Iowa at Wartburg La Crosse. Wls., State at Luther, Uppe Iowa Conference at Elgin. PADRES STUN PHILS IN 9TH PHILADELPHIA, PA, (AP) — Clarence Gaston's two-run homer keyed a four-run burst in the ninth inning and carried San Diego to an 11-8. victory over the Phillies Tuesday night. The Padres, who fought back after Philadelphia struck for seven runs in the first inning, shot ahead in the ninth when Steve Huntz doubled and Gaston slammed his fourth homer. Singles by Nate Colbert and Ollie Brown and a two-run double by Ron Slocum completed the rally. Larry Hisle and Rookie Mike -Coropton pounded early home runs for Philadelphia, but luntz, Al Ferrara~~^nd Ollie Jrown retaliated later for the Padres. SAN DIEGO PHILADELPHIA ab r h bl ab r. h bl Campbell 2b 5 0 1 2 Doyle 2ta 2100 JunU SS 5232 Hutto ph 1010 S 2T 2 Browne rf 0000 4122 TTayior If 4101 oooo Brlgss rf 5 l 4 i 5 1 | 0 DJohnson lb S 0 0 o «pn.y3b Saston cf : errara If Morales If Colbert lb JBrown rf Aurrell rf Splaiio 3b :annlzzro e trcla pr ilocum c iantorlnl p :oombs P terbel p Webster ph DRoberfs P Total 39 HUH. Total .-.-.--„ San Diefo 010200114—11 Philadelphia ....700000100 — 1 E—Colbert. G.jackson, Sofezio, :ompton. DP—San Diego 1. LOB—San 5'ego 7, Philadelphia 10. 2B-Brtaas 2, .,oney 2, Bowa, Huntz, Slocum. HR— •lisle (3). .Compton 6), £untz 3 , Ferrara <3),_q.B>own .{3),_ Gjiston^ ies 2 loozi WP-Blvlevn, Woodson. T-2:32. A-442. 2 Share A.B.A. Coaches Award NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Joe Belmont of the Denver Rockets and Bill Sharman of the Los Angeles Stars tied for American Basketball Association Coach of the Year honors, it was revealed Tuesday. Each received three votes in baUoting by toe 11 AJELA, coaches. Bones McKinney of Carolina and Bob Leonard of Indiana received two each and York LaRese of New York one. .GREATER, Golf DES MOINES-Tech eland. North vs. Newton vs. powllng If Wavelandr W (girls) at Grandvlew, Nei ver (gjris) af Pondarosa. Tennis 0000 Hlsla cf 5110 Bowa ss 2100 Compton c 0000 GJackson p 1012 Lersch p 0000 RStone ph 1000 Selma p 0000 BWIIson P 1000 Parrllla Ph >B— Brlgas, ?'• ' Santorlnl Coombs Herbel . T.Taylor, |p Arcla. ,.3 H 4 R 6 ER 5 BB 1 S0 0 8: I .Roberts (W.3-2) Jackson -? M o 2- 4 ,32-3 5 31-3 2 '•rH'oVA-V.m Drake's Net men Up Record to 8-3 LAM ON I, IA. - Drake bounced Graceland, 7-2, in tennis Tuesday and boosted its season record to 8-3. Mike Hines led the Drake charge, beating Drew Denton, 6-2, 6-2, in the No. 2 singles match, then teaming with Stu Baum to win the No. 1 doubles. Drake's next action is Tuesday at Wakonda against Memphis State. NEW CAVALIER CLEVELAND, OHIO (AP) The Cavaliers of the National Association Tuesday signed Skip H9r)M*k?t Atlanta Hawks and South Carolina University player.

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