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28 / DES MOINES REGISTER • Thurs., Aug. 28,1975 *••*?'• WmrM 'Sounds pretty good, Turkey Feather... let's hear your Ultimate Moose Call again!" Oriole bats hot: Royals tumble,4-2 KANSAS CITY, MO. (AP) Baltimore slammed six extra- base hits, including a key two- run double by Ken Singleton in the fourth inning, and rolled to a 4-2 victory over Kansas City Wednesday night. The Orioles, remaining seven games behind first-place Boston __in_the_Americ8n..League Eastern Division, ripped into Paul - Splittorff (6-8) for nine of their 13 hits and a 4-0 lead after four innings. Kansas City, falling eight games behind Oakland in the Western Division, got to Mike Torrez (16-7) for a run in the sixth on Amos Otis' double and John Mayberry ! s single. Tony Solaita's double in the ninth drove in the Royals' other run. 2 BATES SHOTS DOWN CLINTON DUBUQUE, IA. - Charley Bates belted two home runs and drove in five runs Wednesday night as Dubuque beat Clinton, 7-6, in the Midwest /eague. Clinton BALTIMORE .., ab r h b) Slnaleton rf 5022 Show rl 0000 •"«n Ib 4)10 evil i ah 5 0 l l ,ay Ib 502 Muser Ib 000 ayTor If 5800 KANSAS CITY ab r n bl Patek it 4010 Kjllebrew ph 1 0 6 0 Plnson If 4. Otu cf 4-RUN 9TH HELPS WATERLOO ROLL, 8-5 Tht Retlster's Iowa Ntwi Sirvlca CEDAR RAPIDS, IA.-Water- oo used a four-run ninth— with he winning run scoring on an error— to upend Cedar Rapids, 1-5, Wednesday night in Midwest League action. Pat Curran smashed a two-run homer in the eighth for the Royals and Garrett Strong hit a two-run blast in the seventh for Cedar Rapids. 20 Mayberry Ib t 00 italr cf 4130 Roblnsn 3b 4 1 1 1 Duncan c . elanger ss ordbrok ss MTorrez P cRae dh Brett 3b 4010 Stlnson c 3110 Solalta ph 1010 wohlford or 0000 SpIJttoMf P 3010 4010 4100 4000 3010 1011 0 0 0 0 0000 o n ft o 000* Total lalllmore 40 4 13 4 Total 34 2 > 2 sujotoifci 1 _B.alr. mssw \R\\\) I 00000 5th In row to Texas ARLINGTON, TEX. (AP) Ferguson Jenkins and Steve Foucault combined on a nine- hitter and Jim Spencer paced a 12-hit attack with four hits in an 8-2 Texas victory over Detroit Wednesday night. Jenkins (16-13) worked seven innings and allowed six,hits before his shoulder tightened up. Spencer had three singles and a double and Jeff Burroughs, Tom Grieve and Roy Howell each drove in two runs as the Rangers ran their winning streak ; to five games. The Rangers are 11-1 against Detroit this season. DITROIT . , ab r h bl LaFlora cf s o i o Sutherlnd 2b 4 0 1 0 Meyer Ib 4010 HOrton dh 4100 Freehan c 4010 OoTlvIa If 3111 ARodraet 3b 4 0 i 0 L Roberts rf 4010 Veryzer ss 4021 LaGrow P 0000 Lamniyk p o o o o Arroyo p 0 0 o 0 TEXAS ab r h bl Randle cf Moates cf Cybbaga 2b , , Hargrove if 4 1 Boroughs rf 5 1 Spencer Ib Harrah ss Grieve dh Howell 3b • Sundberg e Jenkins p Foucault p 3120 1000 4100 ' - 20 2 2 ! 4 1 42. 2211 3012 4011 4000 0 0 0,0 0000 Total Detroit 36 2 9 2 Total... .34 8 13 7 000001 Texas on 030 lox— L E-Cubbage. DP-Detrolt 3, Texas 2. LOB-Detrolt I, - - — 013 03010X— I —ucirun 3, Texas 2. . .. Texas 8. 2B-Howell, Randle. SB—LeFlore, Harrah IP H RERBBSO 2 4443" 2 6332 3111 LaGrow (L.7-13) Lamanczyk Arroyo Jenkins (W.14-13) Foucault WP—Lemanczvk. PB—Freehan, bage. T—2:21. A—5,910. 6 1 1 1 3 1 1 0 Cub- Twins win in Nth, 1-0 MILWAUKEE, WIS. (AP) Bert Blyleven pitched an 11- inning six-hitter and Tony Oliva's run-scoring pinch-single led Min nesota to a 1-0 victory over Milwaukee Wednesday night. Blyleven (14-6) struck out 13 and walked one. With one out in' the eleventh, Brewer starter Bill Travers (5-8) hit Craig Kusick with a pitch for the third time in the game, then walked Johnny Briggs. Tom Murphy replaced Travers anc Oliva, batting for rookie Dave McKay, singled. MINNESOTA , ab r h bl lot m— <v7. »fe ates 1. - Denver ...... 77 51 .602 .... Tulsa ....... 68 60 .531 9 Wichila ..... 63 67 .485 15 Oklahoma Cily 50 80 .385 28 Tuesday Night's Games ' Omaha 3, Evansville 2 Tulsa 11, Oklahoma City 4 Denver 7-6, Wichita 4-8 Iowa 3, Indianapolis 0 Wednesday Night's Games Indianapolis 4, Iowa 1 Evansville 2, Omaha 1 Tulsa at Oklahoma City Denver at Wichita Tonight's Games 7:30 p.m. — Indianapolis at Iowa Tulsa at Oklahoma City Denver at Wichita Evansville at Omaha. Tom Carroll, who had a 4-1 record for Cincinnati, evened Ws American Association mark at 5-5 by pitching Indianapolis to a 4-1 victory over Iowa Wednesday night. Carroll allowed only five hits and got his winning n.argin on a home run by Dave Schneck in the third inning. Olsen, Flander$ (al....... 8) and Tanneri C11n Thompson '" dettl — oo <7), LOOK and Tanner i C 1 1 n t. Hainan, fl)» ompson (9), HodoM (M and ..••»•' ti. W-Lopei. L-Halnan. HR-Wttar-' : Curran; Cedar Rapldi: Strong. CATCHER INTERFERENCE AIDS DANVILLE SWEEP DAVENPORT, IA. - A catcher interference call on Quad-Cities' Mai Washington allowed the winning run to score Tuesday night as Danville won tjle second game, 5-2, and swept a doubleheader Wednesday night. Danville took the opener, 3-1. DM Qutd-CifiW l> «-5 7 . 10-1 4 1 10V 000 1 - Barrett, Wilson (I) and Pedeurq; por , Hertzell (6) and Washington; sev, W— Barrett- L— Hartzell WAUSAU'S 14 SINGLES DEFEAT C.R., 9-6 Special dispatch to The Knitter WAUSAU, WIS. - Wausau unleashed a 14-hit barrage, all singles, to beat Cedar Rapids, 9-6, Tuesday night in a Midwest League game. Shad Rolle was 4-for-5 with two runs-batted- jn. Cedar Rapid* ....00} 0» «0-« .» Wausau Ml ill fix—114 Bradley, Thompson «3) Mnan (7 and Benedettl; Pacalla, Drlsklll ft) an; Yost. W — Pacella. L — Bradtoy. Hf Cedar Rapids: Lee, Strong. Patriots' Adams out 3-4 weeks FOXBORO, MASS. (AP) New England Patriots' veteran defensive end Julius Adams uffered a fractured bone in his foot Wednesday during practice and is expected to be out three to four weeks. Oaks lose to Carroll's 5-hitter, 4-1 American Association Standings (Through Tuesday) EASTERN DIVISION W. L. Pel. G.B. Evansvillf ....74 56 .569 ,.., Indianapolis ..68 62 .523 6 Omaha ...... 64 66 .492 10 Iowa ........ 54 76 .415 20 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. G.B. ipencar cf jranklfn 2b ichneck rf rlrw Ib io°? ml 4000 Totalt M 4 11 1 ab 4 4 4 •hbl lima dh ravoras ss. ?k%« ' illohr rl J&b ittlfii ;uen P linvsky D Tefalt 11 ! 4 1 Indianapolis 101 JOO JOO— 4 ittWA 001 ooo flftfl -~ i E-Franklin, DaFreltes, KennedyrPfna, Cralo, Per«. DP-lndlanapolU 2. LOB Indianapolis I, Iowa 4. 2B — Revering, . .... T _ 7 sl ^ _ 10J9 (Including (70 season tickets). BRAVES Continued from Page One Ralph Garr drilled a run-scoring single. Dave Giusti replaced Candelaria (7-4) and Rob Belloir greeted him with run-scoring hit. Belloir took second on the throw home, Dusty Baker was intentionally walked to load the bases and Darrell Evans singled home the final two runs. In the seventh, Reynolds fielded Baker's one-out grounder and threw wildly, then second baseman Rennie Stennett bobbled Mike Lum's grounder for wjother error. After Correll filed out, Office got Atlanta's first hit to score Baker. Blanks then singled to score Lum. Al Oliver had put the Pirates ahead, 2-0, in the first with his sixteenth homer. It came after Phil Niekro (13-12)-bad-hit Stennett with a pitch. Tuesday night's baseball Bailey If 5010 OThomas 3b Maekanln 2b 4 l 1 0 Sadek c " • • 3010 Thomasn cf 4010 Matthews If .irter rf oMrales Ib arrlsh 3b Mantal cf b 3 l l 1 4 i i l f 4111 atthews If 401 rlas ss Warthen p Foil ph Total • ireal t 0'6 0 Falcone p 3010 Ontlvrs rf 3010 1000 0 1 4011 Montanei Ib 4 o 1 3100 Spelar ss 3 ~ ' o K/utiiUr ik 3 1° 000 353 13 Total 29 4 7 4 .DP^MontrealTJanFran: J}. :"2-B-B:MlTler.--3B-Sad / - Sanfr * !1Ci5CO lR-Foo1» (7), Thomasson.,^. . Q 12 Tuesday night's baseball American LeagM WlKtPHOTO (AP) DETROIT ePlore cf 11 i PK«I y rf nt ss Irfa 2b 4 . lohnsn Ib 4 0 idarsn cf 3 0 A helping hand Sox trade shutouts with Tribe CLEVELAND, OHIO (AP) Fritz Peterson pitched a four- hitter and John Lowenstein triggered a three-run first inning with a home run to lead Cleveland to a 5-0 victory over Chicago White (Kusick). M41. National League •COND OAMI HOUSTON ST. LOUIS RMetzoer i/SoVi WHoward ohj DiVonon mi :johnson Ph 1 0 0 Comeeiy p 300 Total 33 1 5 1 Total •O.rJl E-Ralti, Tv»on, Palrlv. OP-Sf. Laud .. LOB-Hourton 7, St. Loul*.7. "M— J.Cruz. CaMII. SB-Tvion. HR—Fairly IP H Tate (W,5-12) Frlslbn (L.S-14) Rolkars Wis.-Milwaukee expects rebuke MILWAUKEE, WIS. (AP) Wisconsin-Milwaukee Basketball Coach Bob Gottlieb Tuesday said he expects to be reprimanded by the National Collegiate Athletic Association for holding pickup games with potential recruits. . Shortly after he was hired, Gottlieb held at least two pickup games to evaluate the abilities of players he wanted in relationship to those who were with the team last season. He later reduced or eliminated the scholarships of five players, touching off a protest. Indians demote Raioh to farm CLEVELAND, OHIO (AP) The Cleveland Indians sent pitcher Eric Raich to their Oklahoma City farm team Wednesday to make room for free agent Bob Reynolds. The Tribe spokesman said Raich probably will be recalled in September. Bunton signs NORF9LK, VA. (AP) - Former Louisville center Bill Bunton signed Wednesday with Vir- ball Association. MILWAUKEE ab r h bl Terrell ss 4010 Sheldon 2b S o 1 0 DFord cl 5010 PGarcia pr 0 0 0 0 Carew 2b 5000 Sharp cf Kusick Ib 2000 GScott Ib 0100 Aaron dh 4000 Porter •<: 5010 5020 4000 4000 McKay 3b 4000 CMoore rf 4010 pllva Ph 1011 Heaan If 4000 LGomez ss 0000 Bevacqua 3b 3 o i o Thompsn dh 4000 Llnd ss Braun If sto Brayn If 1 0 0 0 Money ph 1000 iostock rf 3020 Travers p 0000 •oraman c 4 0 9 0 TMurphy p 0000 Blyleven p 0000 M]±L. Milwaukee 37 1 5 1 Total 38 0 i 0 000 000 000 01— 1 — oooooooo-o E—Sheldon. DP-Mi Iwaukee 1. "LOB— Minnesota 11. Milwaukee 6. 28- Sl—Bavacqua. Blyleven (W.14-6) 11 Travers (L.s-8) 101-3 . . T.Murphy _ ..2-3. 1 0 ck), -Terrell. 4 l "HBP^-fay Travers (Kusick), by 42 10 ravers (Kusick). by Travers "(kusfck).' f—3":OlT Triangles trade rights to Connors PITTSBURGH, PA. (AP) The Pittsburgh Triangles of World Team Tennis Wednesday traded Rayni Fox and Kim Warwick and rights to Wendy Overton and Jimmy Connors to the Cleveland Nets for Sue Stap, the Nets' No. 1 women's Final Reduction SALE FREEMAN* MANLY 400 Pairs at Price We musf reduce our inventory. Prices have never been lower. Here's your oppor/unffy to build a basic shoe wardrobe. Nof all sizes in all styles, but a tremendous selection to choose from. SAVE NOW .. . SALE LASTS 3 DAYS ONLY Thursday Friday Saturday DOWNTOWN ONLY Acrots from the new Ruan Center on Locust Boston pitcher Luis Tiant helps his dad, .Luis, sr., with his coat after the elder Tiant threw out the first ball in Tuesday night's game with California at Fenway Park. Luis, sr., reunited with his son test week for the first time since 1961, then watched him pitch for the first time in the major leagues. But the Angels didn't cooperate in the celebration, handing Tiant an 8-2 defeat. BRUCE PRAISES OFFENSE The Resliter'i Iowa News Service AMES, IA. — Iowa State's offense was singled out for its best workout of the early drills after a two-hour session Wednesday. Individually, Coach Earle Bruce said fullback Jim Wingender and receivers Forry Smith and Luther Blue all had greaf'jworkouts. Defensively, Bruce said he has been pleased with the progress of linebacker Greg Pittman. Pittman, a transfer from Tampa, is expected to start. The Cyclones will scrimmage Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the new stadium. The workout is open Jo the public. Extend Dooley pact ATHENS, GA. (AP) - Coach Vince Dooley, beginning his twelfth football season at Georgia, was given a three- year extension to his contract Wednesday. Montefusco fans 14- Giants roll SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. (AP) — Rookie right-hander John Montefusco fired a seven- hitter and struck out 14 — a National League high this season — to lead San Francisco to a 9-1 victory over Montreal Wednesday. Montefusco (11-7), winning his first game in a month, gave the Giants' staff 36 strikeouts in the last three games. Ed Halicki had 10 in his no-hitter Sunday and Pete Falcone had 12 Tuesday night. MONTREAL SAN FRANCISCO .vttl. cf * b 3 Wo Thomasn cf "\ VW .*> 3 ! j i ta. DP-Monl — *r. ..,--...--. -. -dflFranclsco -,. s*.t •.• Sadak, D.Thomai. Foots. J.Miller. SB—Thomasson. S—Dwver. an (L,MO) '-Blair. PB- - 'Dwver. 1 R « E ? B ! s ,°o I § ill 7 T-2:13. V- the Indians a split of Wednesday night's doubleheader. Jorge Orta and Bill . Melton smashed homers to give the White Sox a 2-0 victory in the first game. _Peterspn (10-jQ_is unbeaten in six~decislohs ~since~coinlng off the disabled list July 17. In the opener, Orta hit his sixth homer in the third inning off Jim Bibby (4-14) and Melton belted his twelfth in the seventh. Bibby finished with a three-hitter. Winner Claude Osteen (7-12) checked the Indians on four hits before Rich Gossage replaced him in the ninth. "" ITOA ctlv abr_h.b 4 'BLAND Harstn If Dent s> Hndrsn cf peJohn Ib .Mellon 3b )rta2b iteln dh :oluclo cf varny c Petrsn P Hlnton p 0 Kulper 2b 0 Lowntln ph BBell 3b ([ Ppwtl Manning cf i:«rfy Ib 0 Hooa pr 0 Hendrie P eiSSii. s ' 232 Total Cleveland 'i Cleyala istean (W.7-1J) Jossaoe Bibby (L.4-14) av*—Gossaae (21). T—J:0». CHICAGO ab r h bl 3010 Lownstn rf } §00 Super db. 10 Maninq cf » » . u Powelib %°??§rrnT- dh - 00 i 0 0 ( b BBell 3b Ashby c Crosby 11 Jaffrsn p Tot*)* JO 0 4 0 TOfiU ..n E «M. lnton ilcapo 5, Cfeveland .. „ L Bell. HR— Lowensteln . Pj . J4 HR E RBBSO ...4 1-320011 Tenace rescues A's NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Gene Tenace's ninth-inning sacrifice fly scored pinch-runner Matt Alexander and lifted Oakland to a 3-2 triumph over the New York Yankees Wednesday night. Billy Williams ripened the inning with a single before Alexander took over on the base paths. He stole second and moved to third when New York catcher Thurmah Munson's throw went into center field. Tenace followed with his fly to right field. OAKLAND^ NBW YORK „ . ab r h bl ab r h bl North cf 4010 Bonds cf 4000 Washnstn If 4110 Alomar 2b 5110 Bando 3b 3.0 0 0 RWhlte If ~ «J«K>°n r : f 2001 Munson c. BWIIIami 'dh 4 p 1 0 •GNertjeY'Sb MAIxndr_pr 01 I 0 0 Pinlalla rf TenacY'lb' Garner 2b Fossa c Heney .c 2 1 i 0 . - . o 3011 4110 Blue p Fingers P Total Oakland 0000 FSranley ss 2000 n 3 0 0 0 Dempsey ph 1 0 1 0 0000 Medlch p 0000 0000 30 3 63 E—R.Jackson, Munson, TaMartlnez. P TT N S W .X orl J.J- lE.9, B -0* kl «'i< 1 S« Jf f w prk 9. 2B—ChambTlss, Munson. SB— rashlnaton, MAIexander. S—F.Stanley. '"~Ri JBCkSOflf Wash! SF • Tena Blue tW.17-10) SLS 1 ? l 61 ?"!^ saisfu.,11.15) i- 3 n n• i Save-Flnsers (18). T-2:23. A-J0.47I. :.o s i d i.'/'i HLUEIL!:; i: ;j. i IARI rc-~3 cc:. '.