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DES MOINES REGISTER Thur*., May 7, \<#0 3-7 Victory Nabs Hs 5th I. BALTIMORE, MD. Dave_ McNally, With nihth-im ning help from Pete Richert, won his fifth, game as the Orioles beat Kansas City, 3-1, Wednesday night for the sixteenth consecutive time. ._ M.c N a 11 y was pitching a -three-hit-shutout-until-the -Roy als teed off for two singles and a run-scoring double in the ninth. Richert then • came on and got the final two Cuts. Brooks Robison, who has gone ll-for-22 against Kansas City this season, singled for the first of his four hits in the second inning and scored on Johnson's double. Bill Butlef yielded a triple to Don Buford in the seventh and Belanger's single made it 2-0. The Orioles added a run in the eighth on Robinson's double, an infield put and Andy Etchebar ren's sacrifice fly. KANSAS CITY. PKellv rf abr .. hbl 4010 9 . BALTIMORE _ ab r h bl uford If 4010 ettenmd If 0 dapper ss 2 Robrnsn.rf 30 _ aylor-ph Keouoh or Drbwsky 0 LOB—Kansa DJohflson, " " ~ blnsoa . OP-Baltlmore . 1. _.. *,' Baltimore 9. 2B-« .Robfnsort, P.Kellv f R.Oliver, Plnella. 3B—Buford. SB- Butler (L.2-2) n» ririBiio. jo SF—Etchebarren, H RERB r,M 5 81-36 1 Mil BREWERS END 9-GAME SKID MILWAUKEE, WIS. (AP) Ted^Kubiak smacked his first home run of the season- with twp_out in the eighth inning Wednesday night, giving "the Brewers a 4-3 victory over Boston and snapping a nine-game losing streak. Kubiak's deciding blow came after Carl Yastrzemski had tied the score for the Red Sox with the inning. —The^Brewersr-wihriing—their first home game after five loss es, jumped to a 3-0 lead in the fourth -inning on John Kennedy's three-run homer, his first. Billy Conigliaro homered in the seventh for Boston. ' •OSTON ab r h bt 4.0 0 0 Harper 3b 4130 Hovfey rf Andrews 2b 4.000 Harper RSm th cf Ystrmskl If Petroclll ss MILWAUKEE ab r h bl 4010 2112 Savage cf . _. 4000 Walton If Scott lb 3000 MNertny e BConglro rf 412 1 Gopssen lb Schoflelc Moses c Peters, p Derrick Ph Phillips p Kublak. ss Kennedy 2b . . Bolln D ..oo Gelnar p 0000 3 0 I 2 0 I 1 0 I 1100 1010 4231 3113 3000 0000 Total 31 3 4 3 . Total 31 4 8 4 Boston •'•• tOO 000 120—3 Milwaukee ooo 300 oix-4 DP-Mllwaukee 1. LOB-Boston 4, -•• • - 2B—Harper. HR—Kennedy — Yastrzemski (4), H R ERBBSO 63347 21102 Milwaukee 7. 2B-Hai (1), BConlglaro (2 , KubliJk (1). |p"..".".".". f 5 Geinar .. 1 .1 00 ....... •••• Save-Gelnar. T-2:OS. A- 5,320. DENVER RIPS 5HOMERSJ3-6 DENVER, The Bears pounded out 17 hits — including five home runs, our doubles and a triple —• to whip Evansville, 13-6, Wednesday afternoon in American Association action. Jeff Burroughs drove in five runs with a bases-loaded double and two~soi6^ho1ners. r '~~ Elvio Jimenez also hit a pair of home runs, and doubled and singled. Tom Grieve got the other Denver homer. Herman Hill hit a three-run homer for Evansville. EVANSVILLB _. DENVER, ibfhbl Thank Heaven for Double Plays Oaks pitcher Vida Blue goes limp with relief after getting out of bases-loaded jam in second inning of Wednesday night's game with Tulsa. Single and two walks with one out put Blue in danger, but he got John Olcrud to hit into double play and end threat. Vida allowed only two hits after that and finished with 10 strikeouts as Oaks won eighth straight, 4-0. REGISTER PHOTO BY GEORGE CEOLLA MAUREN GETS KENNEDY JOB MAY'S HOMER BOOSTS SOX, M CHICAGO, ILL. (AP)-Carlos May hit a ninth-inning homer off Sam McDowell to lift the White Sox to a 2-1 victory over Cleveland Wednesday night. May scored the White Sox's -other run when he tripled and pamft home on Bill Melton's'in- field single in the seventh. The game-winning hit was only the fourth^off McDowell, who struck/out 15. He struck r out 13 in the first six innings,. r T^ Sox's Joe Horleh won his ..fourth game in six decisions. ' CLEVELAND CHICAGO »1f C< 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 »S S « r pJnson rf. 4020 CMay If Aeltoo 3b psephsn c rfrrmann c (The Register's Iowa News Service) -CEDAR-RAPIDS, IA. — Jer^ ry Mauren, captain of the 1960 Iowa football squad, has been appointed head coach at Kennedy High School here. .Mauren, 31, replaces Dale Tryon, who resigned 'three months ago to become an assistant at Iowa. ' Maureen has been an assistant at Washington High here for the last three years after coaching at New Hampton and Columbus of Waterloo. He was a halfback for three years with the Hawks and was captain of the team that tied Minnesota for the Big Ten title. . Rick Westhoff, a former standout and coach" at Sacred Heart in Monticello, Wednesday was hired as head baskqtball coach as Regis High School here. Westhoff, iho coached last season at^tHe College Preparatory High School in Laramie, Wyo^ succeeds Augie Gurerio, who resigned after one year to enter private business. OAKS- Continued /rom Page One had all the breaks going our way." Levels Off Blue struck out 14" in,his 7-1 Major Leaders NATIONAL LEAGUE lub. GAB R H Pet. I 26 96 28 41 .427 Perez cm 27 95 24 39 .411 Clemente Pah 20 78 t 30 .385 Money Phi 21 76 13 29 .382 DIetz'SF 22 83 12 31 .373 B.Rpb«rlson Pah - u 38 6 u .368 9 vJ 2! ttl* tt tl i! 9 iSS HOME RUNS .Aaron, Atlanta, 11 1 Perez, Cincinnati. -ft Run» 'aUlinoton. 10; Walton. Oakland, 7; J.Po*eii. QUITS AT MIAMI MIAMI, FLA. (AP) - Vester Newcomb resigned Wednesday from Miami as an assistant football c',tiv , . The Minors S ecatur ulnci Waterloo ille 9 ulncy 6 Qu'd-Citles 2V4 2 D'anvllfe 653 WEDNESDAY 0000 W. L. G.B. Wis. R'pdl 5 5 3V 3 Clinton 46 4'/j C. Rapids. - - 001 '•II and. Burlington ipleton i HT'S GAM 4 3* 3 6 01 X Salata; t- -\i Q Hefnbech- , eS Barnes Blgone gnoo. _ _ . pplefon 0 q 0 0 p p op 0 - 053 Crotsan, Heinrltz (8) and Dusan; Atkin- decision last week, and seenjed' headed for that kind of night Wednesday. He fanned three of the first four Oilers he faced, but then.leveled off. Tulsa loaded the bases in the second inning on Luis Melendez's single and two walks, but Blue got out of trouble when John; Olerud hit into a double play — the first of three turned in by the Oaks, Major league veteran Lee Thomas solved Vida for a single in the fourth. The only other hit Tulsa got was an infield single by Melendez in the seventh. The only inning Blue didn't strike out at least one Oiler was the fifth. Sammy Ellis, who • won .22 games for Cincinnati five years ago; pitched the first seven innings for Tulsa and surrendered all of the Oaks' runs. 14 Straight Tommie Reynolds, who singled twice to stretch his hitting streak to 14 straight games, reached base on an error in the third inning and later rode home on McNulty's single, Reynolds led oil the fifth with a hit and advanced to second and third via passed bajls by Olerud. Then, following strikeouts by Gonzalo Marquez and Gene Tenace, McNulty -drove the ball over the left-center field fence for his Ihird homer of the year. Tenace, who came into the game with a league-leading .467 average, struck out in his first three times at bat, but doubled lied to edge San Diego Wednesday night, 4-3, SAN DIEGO PHILADELPHIA ab r h bl ab r h bl Campbell 2b S 0 I 0 Doyle 2b 3120 3000 TTaylor If 410 Juntz ss. jaston cf : errara If Colbert lb IT'S PHILS, 4-3, ON WILD PITCH PHILADELPHIA, PA. (AP) — Dei'ou Joluisou Lied the score- |oj|»r«- with an eighth-inning hotne run \ and the winner came acros^on reliever Ron wild ; pitch as Herbel's two-out the Phillies ral- lannizzro c <lrby p Herbel p Morales Ph Total 4000 Brlggs rf 40.. 4010 DJohnson lb 3 1 1 l 4131 Money 3b 4120 Hlsle cf 4010 4111 Bowa ss 3010 4000 Compton C 2000 3020 Bates c 2000 0000 Bunnina p 1000 1000 Stone ph 1000 Selma p o o 0 0 Hullo oh 1000 Hoerner p 0 0 0 o Sends Yanks By AV7-I5 OAKLAND, CALIF, "(AP) \*> The New York Yankees shelled former teammate Al Downing and two relief pitchers for six rung in the x fifth inning arid edged the A's} 7-6, Wednesday nTght~despite-two--run—homers COW AN SAVES Hill ef-lf 3lover 2b •Jetties. rf Qash lb Mrdberg lb /asser If 'owell cf Tomson ss Beckner 3b irteKnzle 3b ,ook c •stelle p laker o .lusteck D Sevclk ph DENVER I .t h bl Thobld 2b • 223 Smith rt 020 paterson rf i! 2 l Hense 3b Jlmne* if Srleve cf. l iopo Carlos luruths b i ! llllngs c ison ss 0 2 ^ . 00 0000 110 006 1! blTtlon MIncherand RiclrMolF .day. ~ ' The Yanks had pushed across a run in the fourth on a bases? loaded, two-out walk to Jerry Kenney before they salted it away with the big fifth. Horace Clarke opened with a single, Bobby Murcer walked anCJftoyJ.MUte doubled both, home, the seventh straighl game in which he's had at least a run-scoring hit. Danny Cater's double scored White and finished Downing (3-3). Jim (Mudcat) Grant struck out Ron Woods but Thurman Munson singled for another run. Gene Michael's single and a walk to Jerry Kenney loaded the bases and brought on Roberto Rodriguez. After Mel Stottlemyre fliec out, Rodriguez uncorked a wile pitch and Munson and Mich,ae scored when catcher Dave Dun can couldn't find the ball. ANAHEIM,' CALif*. (AP) inch-hitter Billy Cowan's two^ un single in the eighth inning Wednesday night/ sent the_Ath gels past Washington, 4-2. ' -ASHINOTON CALIFORNIA, . kman s$ 8 4 o i o Alomar 1 Jb 4 oT o >N«ijon Jb 4ooo gepoz ef 4000 'Howard if ..4 1 T l EFfsh«r » 0 0 o-O leichardt, rf 4 1 1 1 Frwosl ss 3 M 0 •psttfn ;b 1000 Ajoiinseri if 3000 iroua ct 2 0 0 0 .spinier lb 3021 : Rodraez..3b-2.o z o J/TcMuiin 3b 31 o o Alien ef 3000 vois rf 3 a TO E—Theobald, Smith,-Mason. DP—Evans- vllle 1. LOB-Evansvnit 6, Denver 7. 2B- Burroughs,.. Theobald 2,. Jln NEW YORK Clarke 2b OAKLAND abrhb Eslelle (L, M) Baker gSpiw-w) WP-Rusteck. 4$ 3*" 9 10 T-2:21. A- INDIANAPOLIS -.. TOPS AEROS, 4-0 WICHITA, KAN. (AP)-Ross Grimsley and Dpoley Womack combined for an eight-hit shutout Wednesday night as Indian ap\)lis scored a 4-0 victory over Wichita. s WICHITA ab r h bl amilli si 400' :hamblss If 401 INDIANAPOLIS Mashorecf ab 5 r o h l b | Duffy ss s o i o Andersn lb 5120 -.- ...... - ._ . _ De La Hoi 3b 3 1 10 Petersn rf 4 0 Crawfd pr-rf 0000 Lowst'n cf-3b 4 0 Swanson If 3000 Gonzalez 2b 30 Pevacaue rf 3 1 " ~" ' " ampanerts, R.Jackson, Incher (7), Monday (3). Double Plays »» 1 eiL3b-2j asahova c jox p Knowies p 0 0 0 vsjis rf . ooo JTatum M 3000 AZCU8 C 0000 RAAav P _ o' i i . ,. 2 0 0 L Jphnstone cf 1 0 0 1 Cowan ph Silverto cf >o J o.< Washington 30 2 3 2 toll California j=j-A.Rodflguez. LOB-Washlt "1 0 6 00 t 0 000001 32 4 8 4 DP-Callfornla California 8. isher BP elchardt ,'?,-3 (W.2-0) .. 2 . 0 y-Cox (AJohnsort).- HR- ROLLINS CUT BY BREWERS MILWAUKEE, WIS. (AP) Veteran infielder Rich Rollins was placed on waivers Wednesday by the Brewers, If not claimed by Monday, Rollins, 32, will be given his unconditional release. / The Brewers also recalled right-hander Gary 'Lockwood, who had compiled a 4-1 record with Portland of the Pacific Coast League. DETROIT, MlCH,~(AP-)-Les- Jain, aided by five double plays, litched hiHirst complete^ame as the Tigers beat the Minneota Twins, 5-2, Wednesday night. , ' ' Rookie Ken Szotkiewicz hit his first major league hotftef in the sixth. . .;-•'- „ Cain put the leadoff batter on jase from the second through the seventh innings. But the Tiger infield turned Minnesota grounders Into double plays from the second through the sixth. -Harmon Killebrew hit a two- run homer in the .eighth. Norm Cash, Jim Northrup and Bill Freehan each hit run- scoring singles for the Tigers in the first. Fid. State Tops Baseball Poll £arrthrs lb i rf 4 0 : Plummer c rlmslev Womack p Spraaue 3b Afmstng"2b' 3 i 1 i iWharrp" .0000 ._ _ _.oi .Sch'um ph-cf 2000 Grimsley o 2000 Suarez c ' " Tl ".vagep 1000 >cruggs ph cf I - 'Qlberl p 001 4010 1000 l 0 00 Totals Indianapolis Wichita 32 4 » 4 Totals 33 I 8 0 021 000 020—4 0 0 0—4 , E-Suarez. DP-Wichlta 1, Indianapolis 1. LOB—Indianapolis 8, Wichita 7. 2B—De La Hoz, Lowensteln. HR—Bevacqua (4). S—Grimsley. SF—Plummer.. Grimsley (W,H) Womack Rlttwage (L, 0-2) Burchart IP 6 1-3 2 2-3 2 1 (4). o S S 1 1 La" Hoz): T-2:30. 2 Altai. 31 4 6 2 ^ r .,. 10* 010 0 2 X— J E—Colbert, Bunnlnq, V.Kelly, OP—San OiMo 1 LOB-San ofego 7, Philadelphia 8. 2B—O.Brown. 3B—Doyle, Br gqs. HR— Colbert (7), D.Johnson (7). SB—T_.Tay?or. Klrby (L.l-3) '71-3 5 Herbel 2-3 1 Bunnlng 7 9 -elma "w,2-D ' ' '1 R ER BB SO 4245 0011 3217 _ . 0 0 0 0 loerner l 00000 WP-Herbel. T-2:47. A— 2.263. BLITZES THE WAfcTZ CORAL GABLES, FLA. (AP) — Fast Music won the feature by seven lengths at Tropical Wednesday. H'BP.—Rlttwase (De B—Grimsley. Save—Womack. 89ERS' SCHAEFFER RIPS OMAHA, 4-0 OMAHA, NEB. (AP) - Mark Aaeffer^hurled a three-hitter and knocked^in two runs Wednesday night as^ Oklahoma City ripped Omaha, 4-0. , Schaeffer had a no-hitter until two out in the eighth inning, when Omaha reliever Tom;Burgmeier singled. OKLAHOMA . CITY OMAHA Singer Needs Rest After Hospital Stay NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Los Angeles pitcher Bill Singer, recovering from infectious hepatitis, will be released from the hospital today. He will rest for two weeks -and then undergo tests to determine his return to the active list. - TUCSON, ARIZ. (AP) Florida State has moved up from-No-2-to-the-Norl-spoHn the latest poll conducted by the newspaper Collegiate Baseball. The Seminoles, winners of 3! games in 37 outings, replacec Southern California. The Tro jans are 38-11. Chapman College retained its No. 1 ranking in the colleg 1| division on the strength of its 36-8 record, which includes tw victories over U.S.C. Bad Wrist Sideline^ Boston's Conigliaro MILWAUKEE, WIS. (AP) Boston outfielder Tony igli a ro night's waukee because of a sore wrist He injured his right wrist in Tuesday night's game. Con missed Wednesd,a game against Mil DETROIT MINNESOTA • abrhbl rovar cf 4000 Cardenas ss 2120 (Illebrew 3b 4 1 1 2 Ortva rf 401 Alyea If 301 Allison Ib 400 Wlllerwld c Qulllcl 3b (enlck-oh Jarber p .Brew on Soswell P Mendoza 2b Total Minnesota ...... Detroit .......... 100 00 Dp-Minnesota 1, Detroit Minnesota 6, Detroit » -Szotk. HR k.ewlcr 2 i 2 LAKERS- Continued /rom Page One Monday night, when they ral- lied-ttrwin-107-100;—: DeBusschere hit four outside, Stallworth added a 23-footer and Walt Frazier hit a driving layup but the Knicks could not sustain their momentum. Jerry West then hit a-long shot and Happy Hairston connected from closer in and the Lakers surged out again. West scored 33 points and had 13 assists while his running mate at guard, Garrctt, added 18. DeBusschere tallied 25 to lead the Knicks before being forced out of action with a cut on his heel in the final.period, HATTAB TABBED HOT CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) - Al Hattab won the feature at Garden State Wednesday. Simon rf Chiles If Cedenocf Mason 2b Howard c Batsta lb Torres ss Llnd 3b Schafr lb ab r h bi 5010 5 1..3 0 S 01 1 5110 3000 2110 2101 3010 4032 Spras rf Rios 2b McMIn ib iarlsn lb Sulllvn c Rods ss 0'Rly p Brqmelr p ab r h bl 4 0 X 0 0 1000 2010 40 00 3000 4010 2000 4000 3001 ?0 000 Totals 34 4114 Totals Mill 102 to Oklahoma City Omaha . E — Mason." DP -r "Ornah'a Oklahoma City ». Omaha 7. • 0 • 000 iurameler 1 1*3 2 0 HBP'— sehaefer (Northey). ,.ir A - 3'Rlley 2. B — Schaeffer. T - 2:18. A - V -• Burlington o 00000201— 384 ggMjnjjTtoo^gc Applefon son, Koon'(8), Deck (9) and Areaga;" W 7 '— Corssan; L — Atkinson; HR — Bur C? 9 R'ep'lds d 001000000 — 195 WIS. R'pds 200 020 20x - 614 1 Braun,.Baker (6), Sabourin (8) and Cott_o; Hardln and Scott; W — Hardin; L — 00 — 6 14 1 po — 031 iriguez; Swain, er. L — Swain. .... ... Yaros, Rodriguez, panvi!ie , jSo'wno^-a 4 !-! M^trn.^and^hman^Kleck; iraun. lecatur • o 1 o 131 lintpn 000 000 . F i 9 u e r o a and R' McGralh (7) and Kropfel-... _ .... l ca - uc: - 0n - dt J V4ro - s '-^ odrlsu ? z> _, ,.... jt APpleton Decatur at Cllnlon Qulncy at Quad-Cities Danville at, Waterloo Cedar Rapids at Wisconsin Rapids TEXAS L W.L. 1 Memphis 12 5 San Antonio 9 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Richmond at Syracuse, opd., cola we*th«C fidewali feather. fft?sflefd*«i Pawtvcket at at Rochester, ppd., cold ... 7. Buffalo i 6. Columbus 4 MSSiJUl LEASU* fWcMflf ' >^i^o; MchiaiiY.j ^**/.AMW*«*<±k Ma ,^ r. «ol«| in the seventh inning. NOTES — Blue said he was able to do some throwing Sunday in Oakland .. . "If the Athletics had been home," he commented, "I would have been able to pitch even longer out there" . . . Vida, who had a 10-3 record at Birmingham last year, said he couldn't recall how many shutouts-he pitched ... "I guess it was one or two," he said at first . . . Then he added, "Well, maybe it was three or four" , . . Tulsa Manager Warren Spahn said he expects Tom Hilgendorf to report today or Friday ... Hilgendorf, who is from Clinton, la., was sent down Wednesday by the parent St. Lotus Cardinals ... Spahn said he hopes Santiago Guzman can pitch for the Oilers tonight.. . Guzman also, is coming down from the. Cardinals, hut still hasn't reported to Tulsa . . . "You know how it goes/' Spahn said. "It takes guy three hours to go from Triple-A to the majors, but a •week to go from the majors to | Triple-A." 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