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2-S DNS MOTNES RKOTSTKU Wood.vVi World Sat.. July 26, 'Funny . . . That spot always used to be good for two or three fat frouf!" Twins Edge Tribe, 4-2, On Carew's Double in 16th CLEVELAND, OHIO (AP) - Rod Carew popped a two-out, two-run double to left field in the sixteenth inning, to lift Minnesota to a 4-2 victory over the Indians Friday night. Carew's double followed a --lead-off-wate-tfr-Harmorr-Kill-—MWW«O*A_— ebrew and a one-out double by rovar ci a 5 r oYo Leo Cardenas. Pina loser Horacio relieved Mike Paul (28 ), who had blanked the Twins since the ninth, and got the next hitter os a grounder before Carew delivered. Ron Perrano- ski (6-5) allowed only one hit y.h innings and got the victory. The Indians tied the game in the ninth on Duke Sims' tenth homer after Ken Harrelson walked. John Roseboro broke a scoreless tie between starters Jim SANI- Continued from Parje One ping the putt for an eagle ,'i on j the 496-yard eleventh, he bird-' ied No. 13 with an eight-foot putt to go five under par. But he twice hit trees on (lie fourteenth, didn't reach the' green until his fifth shot and i "had to settle for a double bogey j 6. He went another over at No. ' 17 as he missed the green with his second shot, then two-putted. Tovar cl Reese Ib Uhlaendr If ab r h bl - - - - cl 7030 4000 snyder If 7000 3000 Harrelson rf 5 1 1 0 Killebrcw 3b 6 1 0 0 THorton 3000 Sims 000 6110 5110 Leon ss 6001 « 1 1 Klimchck 3ti 6 6 t Nelson 2b t 0 1 Boos Greet McLain, But He Wins 15th DETROIT, MICH. (AP) Denny McLain became the first pitcher in the American League to win 15 games this season, hurling the Tigers past Kansas City, 3-0, Friday night with a six-hitter. McLain (15-5) dueled Royals' starter and loser Roger Nelson (6-9) for four innings before Detroit pushed across a run in the fifth on Al Kaline's sacrifice fly. McLain received scattered boos when he took the field at the start of the game, apparently because of his recent publicized dispute with fellow Tiger pitcher Mickey Lolich. The tiff was over a plane ride home which McLain didn't give Lolich after Wednesday's All- Star game. But the dispute has since been patched up by the two pitchers. Detroit's first run came on a single by Tom Tresh, a single by Jim Northrup, who had four hits, and Kaline's fly. The Tigers picked up two Tuns-tn-the-seventh on Mickey Stanleys run scoring single and an error. KANSAS CITY DETROIT Martin's Homer Saves Mets. 4-3 1000 Hinton "oh 3110 LBrown ss 2000, 1 0 0 0| 4022 MDoweil "P 200*' 6022 SWIIIams p 000 3000 Schnblum oh 1 0 1 . 0000 Paul p 3000 3000 Plna p 0000 Total Minnesota Cleveland 56 4 9 4 Total 55 2 I 2 i 000 000 200 000 000 ]— 4 000 000 002 000 000 0— 1 E-Kllmchock, Qulllcl. DP-Mlnnesota 2. LOB—Minnesota 11, Cleveland 7. ~~ Cardenas, Carew. HR—Sims (10). Tovar, Harrelson, Carew. S—Worfhlngton. IP H R ER BBSQ J.Perry 62-3 4 0 0 1 5 .32-332211 - 5) 52-3 10004 McDowell 7 4 2 2 2 5 S.WIIIIams 1 0 0 0 0 2 Paul (L.2-8) 71-34 2 2 3 4 Plna 2-310010 WP—McDowell, J.Perry. PB—Sims. T— 4:26. A-8,959. Keouqh cf 4020 Tresh ss >ago. P. 0 0 0 0 Stanley ss 4000 Northrup cf 3010 Kallne rf 4010 Cash Ib 4000 WHorton If 4010 Freehan c 4000 Wert » rnandi :s 4 o 1 0 j Brown 2b lelson p 2000 McLain D RTaylor rf 1000 ab r h bl ichaal 3b 'oy Ib . Inlella if Martinez c "ver rf Total C(hr 34 0 i 0 /V.Y. Woman Umpire Wins Three-Year Fight for Job NEW YpRK, N.Y. (AP) - A Long Island housewife Won • three-year fight with organized baseball Friday and got a job an umpire. as Bernice Gera, M, of Jackson Heights, N.Y., said she had received notice to report Aug. 1 for work in the Class A New York-Pennsylvania League. "I am thrilled to death," Bernice said. "Now I must go out and prove myself. I see no reason why women shouldn't be able to umpire baseball as well as men." Thwarted at every turn in efforts to break into a profession which had been restricted to men, Mrs. Gera filed a suit against the New York- Pennsylvania League, charging discrimination. The suit never came to the courts. The league capitulated before the matter could be determined legally. Mrs. Gera first got a diploma from an umpiring school in West Palm Beach, Fla. - the first woman ever to do so — and then did some umpiring in the National Baseball Congress while applying for a chance in organized ball. She took out after the New Y o r k-Pennsylvanla League, because It was closest to home. She got a letter from Vincent McNamara, the president of the N.Y.-P. League, attempting to discourage her from going through with her campaign. McNamara explained that the dressing quarters in most of the ball parks were not fit for a lady and neither was the language of the players. "Tempers sometimes reach a boiling point and there is language of a nature that one would not relish having one's mother and sister'or any lady exposed to," the league executive said. "I've umpired a lot of games," Bernice countered, 'and I don't think I could hear anything new. I did have a little trouble with the chest protector, though." DECISION MAKER—Mrs. Bernice Gera, SI, displays her new umpire contract In New York City Friday. Mrs. Gera, who will report Aug. 1 for work in Class A New York- Pennsylvania League, won three-year fight with organized baseball to get umpiring job. 2-Run Blast With 2 Out In 8th Inning NEW YORK, N.* (Af») - J. C. Martin's two-run homer in the eighth inning carried the Mets to a 4-3 victory over Cincinnati Friday night. Clay Carroll relieved Jim Maloney at the start of the eighth with a 3-1 lead and hit leadoff batter Cleon Jones. Art S h a m s k y followed with a double. Wayne Garrett's infield roller brought in Jones and then Carroll retired Ed Kranepool for the second out. Martin's homer followed. Tony Perez' twenty-fourth homer broke a M tie in the seventh and Woody Woodward single in a insurance run as the Reds broke through Jerry Koosman. CINCINNATI < abrh ?os» rf 4 0 l 4 1 . 3 1 0 etro Detroit ». "j'B^-Nbrtl Stanley. S-McLaln. R.NeUon (L,«-«) ... ^rago 303 V 2 Jo'Jz! -jSchial. D>-Kans8! .08—Kansas city ~ Aaron's 536th Ties Mantle NCW YORK •b r hi bl 3100 'III W 300? 4010 .'arrelson ss 3 0 l o :oo$mm o 2 o o < oh i r D 01 004 010 ln. . R , E ' . R , E , B ! SO - MESSERSMITH STOPS YANKS ON t HITS Perry of the Twins and Sam ANAHEIM, CALIF. < (AP) _ McDowell of the Indians with a A n d V Messersmith collared two-run single. New York on two hits for his -— ninth victory in his last 11 decision as the Angels whipped the Yankees, 6-0, Friday night. Messersmith (9-7) gave up a 21-1 TRIUMPH TO URBANDALE Friday's Results Fairgrounds 2, West Des Moines 0 Urbandale 21, Ames 1 Highland Park 10, North Polk 0 South Des Moines 2, Raccoon Valley 1 University 4, Windsor 0 Beaverdale 7, Saydel 1 Today's Games Grandview vs. Fairgrounds at Beaverdale Urbandale vs. Highland Park at Beaverdale Beaverdale vs. Ft. Des Moines at University University vs. South Des Moines at University Kinley Steady Kinley, 32, also was steady, j Rand y Gal e fired a one-hitter He rolled in 16 pars and j and got lots of support as Ur- registered birdies on Nos. SJbandale downed Ames, 21-1, in and 17 with short putts. His,' an Iowa Dist rict No. 3 Little chance for a share of the lead T . . .. , , died when his birdie putt on l 8 : League tour!iam ent first round fell an inch short. :8 ame Friday. Mankowski's charge came In other first-round action largely because of his ability to'Carl Shelton struck out 12 as reach the three par 5 holes in Fairgrounds downed West Des two, then pick up birdies. Moines, 2-0. Burns, a 40-year-old cloth- i, Pat Steinbach belted a homer ing store owner, turned in the i as Highland Park collected day's best nine as he came !^S ht nits in • whipping North j double to Jerry Kenny in the j first inning—Kenny was later 'out trying to seal third—and a double to Jake Gibbs in the eighth. NEW YORK CALIFORNIA ab r h bl ab rh bi 3000 Alomar 2b 4111 4010 Johnstons f 4 0 3 2 2000 Relchardt If 4110 3000 Freoosl ss 4111 3000 Morton rf 3010 2000 Voss rf 1000 0 o 0. ARodrsez 3b 4 0 0 0 Azcue c 4010 b 4220 p 2110 Clarke 2b Kenney 3b Murcer rf Pepitone Ib White If Michael ss Woods cf E-L.M8V. DP-Clm rork 1. LOB-Clnel 2B-Wopdward,. Sham: lnelnnai . __ warOf s. 'Perez (24), Martin Breedan. SF-Sh« Mesersth (W,«-7) '..9 T-2:12. A-11,220. • Hank Aaron 2,900th Hit, Too home in four-under 32. Included were four straight birdies beginning at No. 10. He required only 13 putts in the round. However, he had plenty of trouble earlier, going out in 39 including double bogeys at Nos. 4 and 6. DiPaglia, who won this title in 1965, was three-under through 11, but bogeyed the next two holes when he missed the green with his second shot, then two-putted. Fontanini at 75 The only other former champion to play Friday was Sarg Fontanini, the veteran Des Moines amateur who staggered in with a 75. That probably won't make the championship flight. Approximately 140 more amateurs and pros will shoot qualifying rounds today with the low 32 amateurs and ties and all pros advancing to Sunday's 36-hole final. . • Qualifying Round (Des Moines Unless designated) John Benda, Humboldt 34-35-69 Mike Orlich .• 3.1-35 — 69 Bill Heldmar 34-35- -69 x-6eorge Kinley 35-35—70 x.^a d Ha'r. i . ki .::::;:::::: 35 ' 35 - 70 Ron Burns Floren DiPaglia George Turner I Polk, 10-0. Kyle Furgson struck out 15 and walked one for South Des Moines as it squeezed by Raccoon Valley, 2-1. Doug Bernard went three for four and batted in one of South Des Moines' runs. Sid Baird fired a one-hitter as University downed Windsor, 4-0. Baird pitched a perfect game until me sixth inning when he gave up a walk. George Howe paced Beaverdale's attack with a two-run home as Beaverdale downed Saydel, 7-1. VALIENT VICTORY SALEM, N.H. (AP) - Twice Valient won the feature Friday at Rockingham Park. The Minors Clinton Decalur C. Rapids W.L. GB. 1012 3 11 13 4 1220 7 1016 6 34-36-70 37-32-71 : 34-37—71 ! 35-37—72 | Bob Dag9it x-Larry Ramsey, Alfoona".! x-john Mullaney Roqer eleven x-Jack Webb x-Joe August, Marshalltown 36-38-^74 Sarg Fonlanini 3/-3S—75 J im Jeffries 39-36—75 Joe Daogit 40-35—75 Marty Sullivan 40-35-75 Larry Cedarstrom 36-39-75 R a y K Inley 39-37-76 Harry Parsons, Webster City 39-38—77 Jerry Grubb;. ....;..;..:.....,•.. .40-37 -77 x-Jim Farkas, Phoenix, Ariz 43-34—77 Roger S Ian Ion 38-40—78 John Grubb 40-38—78 Guido Fonlanini 38-40—78 i Norm Geers, Qulncy, III 39-39-78 1 Robert Niemann, Webster City .. 4p-34~;3' Hal Wabshaw 39.40 79 Walt Reno 38-41-79 • Jell Stanton 42-37 — 79 i Mike Whipps 44-is /<3 Mike Welsh .'.'..'.'.43.36-79 Larry Donarico 40-39--79 Terry Conrad 40-39 -79 ' Tom McCauley 40-39. - 79 ' Emory Reeves 41-39 -co Frank Mauro 3V-4I go ' Randy Sell* 40-jCi 80 ' Bruce Furman, Waterloo 40-40--80 Al Hoy I? v> HI Don Abbot . . . 43 28--3I Carl Selden 44. ,i BI Joe Engman 42-39-81 Bob Bohren, St. Louis . 43-38 81 Press Spillers 40-J2 if Jeff Severin 4339 8.' Mike Whilcomb 4! ji - 82 Tom Cataldo 40-42- 82 Clyde Brown 4?-4l-83 Dick Haines 41-42- 83 1711 13 9 1 1410 1 Burlington ]5.2^w.Raplds FRIDAY'S GAMES Wisconsin Rapids . 220 Oil 020-8 Quad-Cilies 000000101—2 Mpchal ana Lewis; Nelson and Skogaii 3), Waldel (6), Pasierb (8) and Nunn L--Nelson. HR-Quad-Cities: Cesario. First game: Burlington 0002010—3 B 0 Decatur 003 100 X—4 7 1 Kemp, Marcano U) Davis (6) and Grace; Mazzone and Brown. I Kemp HR—Decalur: Hanegan, Brown; Burlingfon: Cain. Second game: Burlington 0001010-2 7 2 Decatur 001 400 X 5 ft 2 Glover,_ Coull (5), Von Achen (6) and 38-34—72 Brown (4). 38-34-72 First game: 37-36—'73 Appleton 0000042-4 9 ] 37-36—73 Tn-Cities 1020100—4 6 1 36-37-731 Weber, Lemko (3), Moloney (6) and »?. 5 7??l ftr&..!& p ', t fi« J.^etti W, 'Floyd Wisman d Gj W- M o I o n e y ; L - W h Ism an' HR—Applelon: Van Lue 2. Second game: ApPleton Tri-Cities Eddy and Howell; Mt 101 141 0-8 6 J .. 000 001 1-2 7 2 Downen, Pounders — , orrison (6) and Schofield, Wrioht " (5), at Decatur Wisconsin Rapids at Quad-Cities CeOar Rapids at Quincy Appleton at Tri-Citles Clinton idle. JACKSON'S 38TH TOPS NATS, 4-3 OAKLAND, CALIF. (AP) Reggie Jackson blasted his thirty-eighth homer with a ner on base in the seventh inning, boosting the A's a 4-3 victory over Wash ington i Friday night. Jackson's homer came off All-Star reliever Darold Knowles", who had replaced starter Barry Moore after Joe Rudi reached first on an error with two outs. The victory was the ninth in 10 games for Oakland and Washington's seventh defeat in eight outings. OAKLAND Kublak si § •M" . Ib 412 ' 28?. ?o°oo OAKS- Continued from Page One nings. Fred Velazquez provided the margin with his seventh homer in the second inning. It followed the first of Jose Morales' three singles off winner Paul Splittorff. The Royals batted around in HE'S NOW 3RD ON HOMER LIST ATLANTA, GA. (AP) - Atlanta's Hank Aaron hit the 536th homer of his career Frid a y, night, tying Mickey Mantle for third place on the all-time list, as Montreal beat the Braves, 8-7. Only Babe Ruth with 714 and i Willie Mays with 596 have hit' more homers. Earlier in the game, Aaron collected his 2,900th career hit. Bob Bailey slammed a three- run homer in the first inning for Montreal and Coco Laboy followed with a solo shot. Montreal opened with singles by Adolpho Phillips and Mack Jones and the two home runs for a M lead in the first inning against Phil Niekro. The Expos also tagged Niekro for single runs in the second and third innings. The loss was the eighth for Niekro, OUTDOOR TIPS BE SURE YOUR GUN IS STAVING IN GOOD SHAPE DURING THE SIMMER... GtlN CASES SHOULD BE USED TO PROTECT PIREARVWS W4ILE TRANSPORTING-NOT AS A PLACE OP STORAGE BETWEEN HUNTS... their next turn, when Rico's | only 15-game winner in the Na- RIOOII JACKSON run . double started them to a 5-2 advantage. Steve Boros singled one run across. Luis Alcaraz, with a double, and Scott Northy, with a single, knocked in two apiece. Spriggs had two passengers for his homer in the fourth. One run had arrived on successive singles by Severson, Alcaraz and Northy. Then, after Rico singled, Osborne hoisted his homer. Like Spriggs' first, it was only a few feet fair in right. Jim Driscollja sixth homer wrapped up^'the Oaks' three-run ninth.'' Allan Lewis' single delivered the first run after Velazquez singled and advanced on a wild pitch. 401 4 WASHINGTON l Unser cf M S ye r L .. FHoward If Epstein Ib ' McMulln 3b Bqwens pr BAIIen 2b abrhbl i 0 0 EBrkman ss 4 Casanova c 3 Stroud ph BMoore p Knowles p 3 000 — .-— ,. 4110 10 Campnrls pr 0.1'O o 3110 Fingers R 0 0 o o 3121 RJackson, rf 4122 0000 Bando 3b 4001 4000 Cattr'ft 4120 1 1 P. Gr S« n 2b 3000 0 0 Monday cf 4 0 1 o 3010 Pobson p 0000 RJohnsc Tartabull ison mil ph i o o o If 0000 Total 32 3 7 3 I Total 30 4 7 4 000101 000-3 010 01020 x-4 I, Oakland 1. LOB— E.Brihkman. HR-K.Jackson Dobson. SF—McMullen. IP H B.Moore . 62-3 4 Knowles (L,2-2) ... 11-3 l Dobson (W,i2-7) ... 7 6 Fingers 2 1 T-l:i». A-l 1,197. 1. LOB— i. 2B— (31). S— R ER BB SO 3232 1102 3 3 2 S 0001 BOSTON WINS, CONIGLIARO HURT (AP) a three- SOUTHERN LEAGUE WLG.B. W L G.B.; W L G B ' «<-oni»iro M 42 .Asbeville 48 St ib'A Lahoud rf 54 i? .?''•' -yi'oomery 45 55 4 /2 i Scott Ib Brmnqhm Charlolte Columbus Savannah 12. Montgomery 3 EASTERN LEAGUE W.L. GB. W L GB M 37 Elmira 48 47 9 -"j S/ 39 i.j Manchester 44 57 16 ;:d 4946 8 Waterhury 34 62 23Vi FRIDAY'S GAMtS York 9, Readinq 3 Mrjnchesler 3. Walerbury 2 Piltslield 11, Elmira 3 SEATTLE, WASH. Russ Gibson crashed run, pinch-hit homer in the eighth inning to pull Boston to a 7-6 victory over the Pilots Friday night. Tony Conigliaro started a two-run rally for Boston in the third with his fourteenth homer, but strained his back while running and will be out for the rest of the series. BOSTON SEATTLE abrhbl , abrhbl OBrien 3b 4111 Harper «f 5000 Andrews, 2b 5010 Donaldsn 2b 5 1 1 0 Ystrmskl If 4011 Hovley rf 4210 RSmith cf SOOOTOavIs If 5010 Pelrocl I ss 5010 Goossen Ib 42 AC.oniglro. rf 2 1 i 1_ M.Nertny c 4 \ ^B.B. SHOTS - The Oaks, after winning seven of their first 10 against Omaha, now have lost seven of the last eight . . . Ken Sanders ((M) and Mike 01- ivo (3-6) will pitch for Iowa tonight in a doublheader . . . their opponents will be Steve Jones (3-0) and Jon Warden (5-2) Morales has nine hits ab r h bl OMAHA 5121 Alcaraz 2b 2Norrheycf 0 Springs rf 0 Rico ff 0 Green If 1 3 1 3 o 0 ab r h bl 6233 122 2 2 4 2 0 0 0 in his last 14 times at bat Spriggs increased his home run total to 15. IOWA Lewis It Driscoll ss 5 Chav'rla 3b s Morales dph4 Ying'a pr 0 Rowe ph 1 Lachmn Ib 4 Norton cf 4 Vel'quez c 3 Fazio 2b 3 Sol'mne rf 4 Totals S~."iri Totals Omaha".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.','OM E-Chavarria. DP-lowa I, LOB-Iowa 7, Omaha 7.2P N o.rton,. Severson. H.- . 5 2 2 0 0 OPaepke'c S 2 3 6 000 Osborne Ib 4 3 2 2 0 1 1 Nlch'sn dph 3 ' ' 222 Boros 3b 5 0 0 oseyer'nss 5 0 0 1 1 3 3 41 15 W II IM 001—i Ml IM-1J Omaha 1. ico, Alcaraz, IOWA IP H Lauzerlque (L, 5-21...5 13 Rodriguez i i rlscoll (6i: "BBS^ 0 1 0 0 0 atrlano c uibson c Many P LandiE p Lock oh Slange p 2 1 0 0 Clark 2 2 1 0 Oyler ss .Whrtaker ph 4 0 1M3 LUnd'ss 3010 Seoul P I U fi Senior League Title Game Set Tonight (The Register's Iowa News Service) MARSHALLTOWN, IA. Moines Grandview senior tional League. Rusty Staub's two-run homer in the fourth sent the Expos to an 8-2 lead. ATLANTA CONDENSATION OR MOISTUBE TRAPPED IN AN AlCTIGMT CASE CAN CAUSE RUSTING 1 Carty If 4111 eoeda Ib 4 1 2^1' Boyer 3b 3 M) 0 ldler c >1 2 0 MONTREAL ab r h bl ab r h bl Phillips cf 4330 Mlllan 2b 4100 '4000 Gonzalez cf 5110 5123 H Aaron rf 4122 4120 4113 4221 4031 4010 Garrldo ssXl Ooo 2000 Francorwr ph 0001 1000 Asprpnffis ss ---1000 PNlekro p 000 0>Nelbauer p ^/ JLum oh / Raymond p TAaron ph Doyle o FAlou ph Hermoso 2b Staub rf MJones If Bailey Ib ' aboy 3b jrand c Wine ss Waslwskl D HReed p Herrara ph McGinn p 2000 1000 0000 10 00 10 0000 1000 12 00 00 Montreal 37 8 13 8 Total 34 7 9 7 • 411 200 000-1 Atlanta 200 310 100 — 7 DP—Montreal 1, Atlanta 1. LOB— Montreal, 5, Atlanta 4,_,2B-H.Aaron, Lab U ov .. Hermoso Waslewskl •*•• >*• *-»i n«itiiB ^, -*»—i i.mai un» Laboy, Lum. HR—Balley (9), 04), Staub (15), H.Aaron (2«). S- so. SF—Francona. H.Reed (W,S-2) McGinn .... P.NIekro (L.15-8) Nelbauer Raymond IP H 42-3 7 21-3 2 2 0 - Waslewskl. Waslewskl T—2:49. A- R 6 ERBBSO 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 WP— 0 0 964 1 2 2 000 300 (C.Bover). 13,686. REAMES ROLLS ON NO-HITTER / /^Friday's Games -Reames Frozen Noodles 9, Banker's Life i Look Magazine 7, Blng's Brigade 3 Leto's Aluminum 5. J and B Tap 3 Today's Games Lumber vs. 1 p.m. — International Woodlord Mfg. 2:30 p.m. — Shaffer Realty vs. Fawn Engineering 4 p.m. — Great Plalnes Bag vs.' Liz's Tap A p.m. — General United Life vs. Leto Aluminum 7:30 p.m. — Look Magazine vs. Koder Roofing » p.m. — South D.M. Auto Parts vs. winner of Shaffer-Fawn game Jerry Sands fired a no-hitter Friday night as defending champion Reames Frozen CARDS, GIBSON WININ13TH ST. LOUIS, MO. (AP) - Bob Gibson pitched a six-hitter, striking out 11, and scored St. Louis' winning run as the Card i n a 1 s edged San Francisco, 2-1, in 13 innings Friday night. Gibson opened the thirteenth with Jiis second hit of the night, a single, and moved to second on a wild pitch by Frank Linzy, who took over for Gaylord Perry at the start of the inning. Then Phil Gagliano beat out an infield hit, moving Gibson to third and the St. Louis acr trotted home on Curt Flood's single. /^ Both teams haoVscored in the first inning. 'Vada Tinson, who extended hitting streak to 16 games, drove in the Cardinals' run after Lou Brock led off with a walk and then stole his thirty-fifth base. The Giants scored on two hits off of Gibson. Dave Marshall singled on the first pitch and went to third on Ron Hunt's single. Marshall came home on Bobby Bonds' infield out. SAN FRANCISCO ST. LOUIS ab r h bi 37,470. nclnnatl 1, New at] 4, Now YorC 7. W: sS^«,z. H h , E , B 5 i ? ?. U: RBBSO WILD THROW JOLTS PIRATES, 3-2 PITTSBURGH, PA. (AP) Ivan Murrell singled in the second of two unearned runs in the sixth inning and Joe Niekro scattered nine hits as San Diego nipped the Pirates, 3-2, Friday night. OJlie Brown walked with one out in the sixth, stole second and scored on third baseman Rich Hebner's wild throw with one out. Murrell followed with his single. SAN DIIOO PITTSBURGH ab r h b ab r h bl '" 4r '° M T.%rV ?!' *a/ i»CBB45. VlSSS&SSk Marshall •lunf 2b Mason 2b Sonds cf ••W 1 30, l o Gael! 0 0 Flood 1 0 Ptnso 10 Tprrt 402 Shannon.^b eh 4000 Javier 2b 1000 Rlckett: PHILS' JACKSON FOILS HOUSTON, 7-3 HOUSTON, TEX. (AP)-Grant Jackson scattered seven hits and broke a personal four-game losing streak, pitching Philadelphia to a 7-3 victory over the Astros Friday night. PHILADELHIA . HOUSTON 2) Noodles conquered its stiffest test so far in the Men's City softball tournament, Banker's Life, 9-0, at Birdland. Sands, in picking up his third tourney victory, Davenport, who TTaylor 2b rllsle cf HAIIen Ib Callsion rf RStone rf DJohnson If Joseph 3b Money ss yatkins c Jackson p ab r h bl 5000 4210 Morgan 5000 JAlou rf If 5110 Wynn cf 4120 Menke ss 1111 Rader 3b 3211 Gotay 2b 4021 Blefary Ib 4032 Edwards c 4001 Dlerker p 4000 Gladdlna p Billlnghm p JRay p Torres ph ab r h bl 4 0 1 ( 3 1 1 ( 3000 4 0 1 ( 411: 4 1 2 C 4011 3 OOC 3 0 0 ( 0 0 0 C 0 0 0 C 0 0 0 C 1000 Tola 33 3 7 3 o°2J} ,,,-J LOB—Philadelphia E—Menke, Blefary." LOB 10, Houston t. 2B-Hlsle, Joseph 3B—J.AIou. HR-Rader (7). XJohnson. \o Jackson (W.10-10) '? 7 R«BBSQ (L.12-8) .. Bllllngham I.Ray .. K 71-3 2-3 5 2 1 . _. G.Jackson (Edwards). WP— Jackson, Dlerker. T-2:34. A-18,285. D./Vf. National 0000 Gelnar o 1000 Rogpnbrk 0000 Locker York Re. id Pillif 1000 Rogpnbrk p " " " 1 Locker D Mlncher oh Bcuton p ___o|league will face the Muscatine joooj American "League here tonight 0 o o o' at 6 for the state senior Iea 8 ue 1 o o o j championship title. The winner Don Johnson, Webster City Bob Olson 42-42 - 84 41-43-84 Bryan Hollingsworth 42-4? Rob Pomerantz 44-40 — 84 : Mike Casey 45-39- 84, Bob Anderson 45-JO-85 Larry Ross, Websler City 42-43-8', Kerry Furman, Waterloo 43-42-85 x-Protessional TEXAS LEAGUE EASTERN , WESTERN W.L. GB.! W L, GB ,Mempn: s 4948 iQal.-F.W. 5642 Shrevfp'r! 4949 'i'Amarillo 5246 4 Arkansas 4552 4 El Paso 52 46 4 S. Antonio 4354 i Alb'qu'rque 43 52 l2'/j FRIDAY'S GAMES Dallas Fort-Worth 4, San Antonio 3 Arkansas 9, Albuquerque 1 El Paso 10, Shreveoort 3 Arnariilo 3, Memohis 0 Total 377107 Total 396124 Boston . 112800010—7 Seattle 400 000 101-4 : E—A.Conlallaro, Goossen, Donaldson, i Andrews. DP-Boston 1. Seattle 1. LOB- l Boston 7, Seattle 9. 2B-Clark, Scott, Satnano, Hovley. HR-A.Conlallaro (14), Gibson (2). SB- advance to tournament at Mo. the district Carroltown, HovL, Goossen (1), Yastrzemskl 2. Nagy Landis (W,5-4) Slange ... . Seoul Gelnar (L.2-8) Roggenburk Locker .. Bouton .. Save—Stanae. IP H RERBBSO 52-38 4 43 4 .11-32 1 1 0 0 2 21000 22-3 74321' ... 42-3 2 2 2 1 2 ..0 11100 2-30 0 0 0 2 •. 1 0 0 0 1 1 T-2:«. A- 8,470. CANOE RACE MUSCODIA, WIS. - The Muscoda American Legion will sponsor its fourth annual Wisconsin River Canoe Race Sunday at the Otter Creek Landing. Des Moines National put together four straight singles in the bottom of the eleventh inning to down Raccoon Valley, 6-5, in a State Babe Ruth League district game at Carlisle here Friday. The game had been called after 11 innings Thursday night with the score tied at 4-4. Lyle Cook caught 10 innings for the Nationals and then pitched the final inning. Des Moines National advances to the final round play at Boone Wednesday. bested Carl suffered his first loss in five meet outings. Dick Leonard clobbered a two- run homer and Dick McCauley and Moe Eubanks had solo blasts for Reames. Leto's Aluminum eliminated J and B Tap, 5-3, as Mel and Dick Johnson combined for a five-hitter. Art Bates struck out U in a losing effort. And Look Magazine sidelined Bing's Brigade, 7-3, although it was outhit 11-7. Banker'* Life, ......... ooo 000 0-0 o 2 Reames Fin Noodles.. 410 220 x— 9 11 o Davenport and Nielsen/ Sands and Eubanks. HR— Realties: Leonard, McCauley, Eubanks Leto's Aluminum ...... 100 130 0—5 7 2 J and B Tap Brock If -wllano 2b . ood cf Plnson rf ._ .... Torrt Ib iavenprt 3b 5 0 0 0 Hendersn rf S .anler ss larton c Perry p Byrda oh B 0000 Huntz 5b Maxvlll ss Davallllo cf Gibson D Total 40 1 6 p Total None out when winning rui San Franelseo .. .. 100 St. Louis 100 E-Torre. — - Louis 2. LL. .... . . 9, SB—Brock. S- Barton. Perry 12 7 Llnzy (L.7-4) 0 31 Gibson (W.12-8) ...13 61 HBP-by Gibson (Marshall), u , (Marshall). WP-Llnzy. T-3.-C 32(655> Boys' District Baseball 4100 1 0 1 602 5 01 40 I" 0 0 0 I 1011 4001 5011 3011 1001 00 01 0 C 00 i 1 2 nDp c- Sa " fj;???l»e<> 51 2J 2102 00 1- R ER BE ,' f,f f Gibson )l. A— e • r , / Fairfield 6. Burlington 3 AT INDIANOLA Indianola 5, East 2 AT MiW SHARON Norway 8Bldi) 2< 0 Centir MSA'S REUSS WINS 10TH, 7-5 TULSA, OKLA. (AP)— Tulsa jumped off to an early six-run lead against Indianapolis Friday night and hung on for a 7-5 American Association victory. Tulsa starter 'Jerry Reuss earned his tenth victory but struggled for six innings. He allowed only three hits but gave up seven walks. Leron Lee belted his thirteenth home run of the season over the centerfield Scoreboard in the second inning after the Oilers had batted around for four runs in the first. NDIANAPOLIS ab r h bl Wol« $ rf | « 8 Q L«« if iahoz'3b 5 0 , nes Ib 5 2 jwansn If s l *.«?»£• M» | 1 2006 0000 7 :- .^.. 1000 Ibantpr o 0 o o . .. Carbo r Delahoz Jones Ib swa Ar Zncptn ss Plummr c Kenndy c Conde Ph Rlba ? 0 6 4000 575 Totals Marui (W, 10-5) ...i ...21-3 JJJ ap. B.t. Blng's Brigade ook Maiazlne 100 0-3 5 2 Karnes Ross. and 001 200 0-311 ....... 102 310 x-7 Waychotf; Howard 3 7 2 and Triumphs, 6-5 Embry Captures Stuart Feature (The Register's Iowa News Service) STUART, IA. - Larry Embry of Panora won the featured claim stock autoTace at Stuart Speedways here Friday night. CLAIM STOCKS Trophy dash — Bob Pike, C.M.; first heat-Doug White, Redfleld; sjcohof hwt - Larry Snyder, D.M.; thrd heat-Larry Embry, Pajjorai Australian pursuit Snyder; Consolation — Chuck Rogers. Rede; " Embry< 2 - vlr8 " * ebb ' Valley Saccoon 3.M. Ni Hannan, Wells, Cook (11) W—Cook; L—F ey: Settles. latlonal Flnnerty 020 100 000 11—5 11 2 000 003 000 12-6 11 2 .' '71 and Percival; and Cook, Best (11); Innerty; HR-Raccoon Val- Girls' Sectional Softball AT CALAMUS Calamus 13, Lowden 9 AT CLABENCE i , , ,, FINAL ROUND Lincoln (Stanwood) 5, Bennett 4 Avo-ha (Avoca) t, Anita 2 V Creators of the Consolidation Loan concept in 1916. MORRIS PLAN

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