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i Association, Major League Averages American Association (Ineludi Om» 377 M3 TuUa 554 M7 Ind! 477 874 Ok C.475 IOWA 4«fl H 140? «1 1303 *4 1.303 45 910 1334 77 »31 U31 TtAM . 3d ftlC PO Cm'ahs '.'. .'.'.'. 3531 Denver 3343 .3449 I SI LOB Pet. 534 95 715 .W4 KM H »M .390 445 64 Ml .379 430 39 Ml .37* 433 73 71« .37H . 343 43 M4 .375 *T e DP PC,. National TEAM BATTING AB R H HR ftftl Pet n.M. 1J34 4M 930 11.1 4(1? .21)4 ' PtilMiuroh 3MO 433 9J3 Ml 381 •??? SI LOU'-. Los Anoelev 904 90? '3J .?«? fto-,ton Oakland 994 103d 115 _ __.. 9*4 109 fills* 3449 1074 17(1 Oklahoma City ..3417 1004 13* low* ... . 3543 1087 154 Montreal Houston N»w York IHJ .vev phil--ci"lnhi* g ; W sar, n,, qn .9*9 .969 33M 456 . - - . ... ,1413 479 90? S7 447 .264 1.171! 3*1 .1156 al 34? .253 3379 411 B34 M 369 .253 Wa-,h!no'nn 3339 440 (133 93 3'9 .346 xinsav Cilv 3306 373 913 79 347 .24.6 nJlrnll 3338 430 790 61 390 .US "'. ' 3153 361 76* 66 366 243 Chiraoo 1211 390 779 HI 355 243 New York ".(fl " " " m 747 61 7** .223 5MII |, HI 9« .9*3 .95' INDIVIDUAL 8ATTINO Clr.vfMr.rl (311 or more At bats) California At . R H HR RBI Pel Amwloitn TEAMdATTlNO At R H HR Ml PCI. ft 1474 *M 947 9? 443 .27? • 3311! 491 KM 11? 453. 36ft 3119 4*4 «4fl 130 437 ,?55 .130* 443 HOI 97 40« ,353 1461! 4?4 »«0 97 393 .?<« 3371 353 013 At .136 .241 .113.1! 409 754 105 379 .341 1309 3M -793 74 349 .239 .1.106 366 773 56 3.1B .234 3701 .194 744 ' 77 JH .23? 3300 353 759 75 374 .330 Dei Maine* Sunday R«§i»t«r July 11, IW j,§ Sperh Stetion CardenaVs Blast Sinks Twins, 6-3 31 Oft 370 694 49 263 Watson, OC 130 33 56 Nash, Dtn 15 3 * T»i»«, low* 33 9 Northev, Omn 93 II 35 Carbo, Ind 313 64 113 riff la Ho», Ind 216 31 76 Walton, OC 331 54 II* Stein, Tul HI 13 7fl Nossek, 18-Tul 184 25 lU Da Vanon, Tul 118 35 40 Haflue, Tul 146 32 49 Mfhdoze, Den 3*7 56 133 Simmons, Tul .ISO 61 115 Rico, orrm 31? 58 99 SDrlggs, Oma 334 74 103 Keouoh, Oma 310 35 ** Thomas, OC 154 21 (fl Lee. Tul 363 70 113 M'FarJden. OC 153 ?4 47 Pa»oke, Oma ?5* 44 7« 7 Hon. Ofn 339 55 103 Mashore, Ind 355 79 105 Alcara?. Om» 325 *5 9* Armstrong, Ind i 25* 39 75 Glover. Den 308 IS 61 Patterson. Inrl 318 59 93 ..Chiles. OC 65 15 19 Via/berry, OC 286 61 83 i.amparrt, OC 269 48 , 77 Hill, Den 157 4fl 101 30 9 59 35 87 12 4? 1 S5 13 47 * 44 .431 .400 .391 .380 . .358 1 .353 3 ..350 ' .346 .336 .333 .339 .317 .315 .314 313 311 .307 .305 12 45 12 60 120 15 34 Outtv. Inrt 2B8 51 81 Qnf.rg, Tul 371 37 /* Osbornfi. Oma 157 30 44 -jtonfi, Till 73 17 30 Long, Tul 65 6 Ifl FailO, law* 1*0 36 44 Chavarrla, tewa 370 6* 101 Theobald, Den 173 35 47 Morales, Iowa 133 34 *3 •Spvtrson, Oma317 40 86 Omoanls, Oma 188 34 51 DrllCOll, Iowa 363 60 98 Brceden. Ind 26 3 7 Norton, Iowa 315 45 95 FHinl, Iowa-Den 358 Davis, Tul-Denl5l Kennedy, Ind 49 Brandt, OC 168 Lewis, low* 295 liquierdo, OC 115 Sevcik, Dfn 101 l.jchcmsnn, lew* 263 Green. Oma 163 Healv, Oma 143 Conde. Ind 131 Swanson, Inrl 287 Warner, OC 223 Wolff. Tul 7*8 Perry, Den 45 Snllmine, Den-low* 153 16 17 Plummer. Ind ?*? 29 43 Moore, Inrt 176 30 4? Chacon.'Till 340 69 81 Mason. OC 395 34 70 Howard, OC 200 Howe. l»wa I'? Nichnlson, Oma 167 Innes. Ind 293 Icnkins. Den IBS Lmd, OC 289 Young, Tul 204 Look.' Den 19fl Brunlev, OC -10 •McDonald. OC 1(7 McNulty, low* 31 McLemorp. OC 27, Parrett, OC 3.5 I * >Vpflthprsnoon, Den 72 6 10 33 6» 33 40 5 13 30 44 49 77 II 30 15 26 29 *; 23 41 Ifl 3* 15 .13 41 7? 35 55 37 66 II 19 <7 17 41 ?J 3/ 41 *9 17 44 34 65 79 4« 34 4? 37 39 7 A .. 3 37 7* 17 I 4? 7 34 37 Ifl 13 70 <, 66 3 31 18 45 35 .14 7 .14 3* 70 5 Mots LA M.AIOU Pqh Slarqcll Pah C.Joncs NY A.Johnson Cin Perrz Cin Clementn Pqh Sanqiilllcn Pah H./*aron All I Rose Cin ; McCovov SP Bench Cin L.May Cin TOlfln Cin B.Willi.-um Chi F.Alou "H i Hebnpr Pqh Mcnkf Hln Kcsslnocr Chi ' Becknrl Ch ' Parker I. A «-.' Santo Ch; •30< ; 5iaub Mil it'; M.Jones MM •'"•Flood .VI. ... Brock SIL -393 galley Mil •393 May- f.F .393 Torre SIL .395; Javier SIL .391 ; Plnson stL .386 N.AAillcr Hln .383 Ageo NY Bonds sr .383 Wynn Htn .381 Labov Mil 380 Hlsle Phi 780 Wills LA .278 Banks Chi 277 Millan All 775 Hundley Chi Calllson Phi 773 McCarver SIL 279 0.Brown SD 'm Blefary Hln 771 W.Davis LA Gonzale* AM i;i Shannon StL 770 Crawford LA 5,, Cepeda All •,5i : R.Jackson All • * T.Taylor Phi 30 I? 57 2B 21 15 75 17 1 .1 .267 .262 35 .261 Hallcr LA Si/emore LA Garret! NY Hunt SF C.Bover All Rader Htn •'*' Morgan Htn •'-" Boswell NY ... Helms Cin •"« ' Colbert SD •» R.Pena 50 •257; Kosco LA Cannizzaro SD Lanler SF .347 • Rqias Phi 246 A.Oliver Pgh . .252 .251 330 35 83 470 69 148 311 5) 107 M9 67 113 391 53 103 368 7? 135 393 53 98 335 37 78 333 60 109 343 68 113 390 58 93 779 45 fl* 352 57 112 .197 69 134 395 66 133 31? 43 97 111 51 96 335 44 103 431 78 137 794 37 88 .101 57 8' 17 359 65 106 30 33? 48 'fl 15 298 53 87 18 38? 4* III 1 411 67 118 II 337 30 65 265 40 75 364 49 103 308 36 87 .117 36 88 242 33 68 .111 55 87 3/8 79 105 314 75 87 350 37 96 336 51 93 369 53 101 353 41 96 400 «7 109 343 48 93 348 35 67 3.15 37 90 369 51 98 349 43 93 239 34 63 331 39 84 J44 31 90 238 41 W 342 49 89 373 36 71 331 4? 86 285 '34 74 345 39 89 225 35 58 393 43 75 28* 43 73 350 43 89 289 59 73 248 36 62 317 25 79 773 33 68 303 29 75 301 38 " 285 17 795 27 269 74 740 27 38? 35 767 38 246 29 18 .357 30 .353 57 *341 Carew Min 49 343 R.Smith Bsn 73 '340 Oliva Min 64 336 F.Robinson Ral 2 34 '333 i Reese Mln 36 63 331 B| air Bal 10 48 337 White NY 30 79 *33I ! F.Howard Wa-> 12 47 319 Pclrocelli lUn 29 75 '.318 P™ 611 B ' 1 J 17 65 31? Andrews FUn 10 59 '.111 P'n'OII* KC 4 ?? ,311 'Cater Oak 7 39 309 Bando Oak 6 63 '.304 Hp ? n " V 3 45 30? Butord Bal 0 19 '799 R.Jackson Oak * 51 ?9* Kelly KC >4 29? Cardenas Mm 46 295 : Kallne Del 5iT'79? Uhlaflnder Mm $ ;??! Clarke NY 33 .287 Cash Del <l .?M ' SSLWS.?! ?$, INDIVIDUAL RATTINO (735 or mere at ball) 5 12 ; Free 8:^$:8?iv.r-kc 11 2*0 D.Green Oak 28 '360 Adair KC 76 358 B.Allen Was ^ 35 358 L.Brown Cle fs 26 '?5« • A.Rodriguez Cal . 38 .355 Scott Bsn 7 53 354 Pepitone NY 12 37 .253 Foy- KC 3 19 250 B.Robinson Bill 1 39 349 Mincher Sea 35 249 Alomar Cal 38? 45 113 357 62 104 229 43 67 335 60 95 3'31 B* 95 785 50 81 369 45 104 102 53 85 3.56 65 100 385 50 108 289 48 '• 329 55 326 36 298 29 331 54 348 60 278 37 76(1 47 243 38 .. 399 48 107 293 43 78 353 48 94 385 50 103 743 38 44 371 51 9» 360 37 95 271 49 71 360 50 94 300 45 78 355 48 97 303 38 78 368 61 95 399 49 77 CLEVELAND, OHIO (AP) Jose Cajdenal knocked in the lying and winning runs with a Iwo-run homer in the seventh inning Saturday to power ,the Indians past the Minnesota ! Twins, 6-3. 47 .no' Cardenal's seventh homer, off |5 54: ffi\ Bob Miller (2-4), followed Ed- 6 37:3oo : die Icon's single, The Indians in the * 54 ;?961 addrd two 18 66 .395 more runs 301>3' eighth on a fielder's choice and ss 8? !387 l an error. i 4'? :? 2 | 54 The Indians grabbed a first's 40.381' inning lead when Cardenal led 1 74 ,281 u 46 :2»o off with a hunt single and 13 II .379 scored on Tony Morton's double ' 33 ??? to center. ' 93 1 91 93 18 58 .778 96 39 93 .376 75 70 65 34 .270 53 .249 70 1 10 ?« .367 70 66 .365 . 15 .2491 28 .268 ; 43 .267 *. .«*• gclanoer 9 37, .383 Norlhruo '* 33 383 i C.'M°ay n5 Chi 6 47 383 ' Klllebriw Mln 1 30 :2JI R ei ' h ,ardl Cal i* 46.280: f.p'ff 1 " yy,"* 20 49 278 H.Alton was 33 59 1377 E.> Br j nl< man Was 14 51 374 Monday Oak n Ifi 974 Frcgosr Cfll 2 36 1374 T.Horlon Cle 15 79 773 McNertney Sea 5 38 '.373 Aparleio Chl 14 46 371 Unsor Was 9 38 '?70 McAulltte Del 57 '.269 Murccr NY 41 266 Campanens Oak 5 31 264 McMuilen Was 8 30 '264 Kenney NY 8 37 .263 : Yaslrzemskl Bsn » 36 .263 Tovar Min _. **!'? r O.?o et Bsn S? « % 12 Wi which started on a 757 21 330 37 233 75 294 3ft .104 7.15 273 335 775 737 16 PITCHING 74 70 71 *4 57 67 63 58 59 /7 S4 *7 31 68 3* S4 I? 58 27 68 23 4* 3 19 !248 Johnslone Cal .744 spiczio SD Patek Poh .747 Kranopool NY .740 Money Phi .239 ' Sutherland Mil 238 ' D.Johnson Phi .237 Sudakis LA .735 Edward'. Hln .729 Briqris Phi G-lsInn SD 228 M Ky,in Phi 7 73* J.AIrju Hln 234 Maxvill StL 7 1775 8 .225 2 21? (9 or more decisions) 1?00 1.197 Carllr.n Stl. I .194 Sinqcr LA 1 .185 Koosman NY .171 Marich.ll SF •Gibson SIL 2 .139 P.Niekro All ^^^_ Perry SF ^^^ J.Niekro SD Scaver NY Dierkpr Hln 53 246 W.Horlon Dpi 24 .246 Comer Spa 20 241 Melton Chi 17 .238 T.Davis Sc,i ... Harper Soa 139 D.Jones Bsn 40 .336 Hernandez 30 .334 Cardenal Cle 24 233 Knoop Chi 41 232 Tresh D»t 34 .238 18 .'234 i Stanley Dot 303 33 76 797 40 73 736 10 59 235 33 56 375 41 93 349 33 86 375 35 80 34? 37 84 310 41 76 379 48 92 29? 39 70 338 32 81 301 30 77 368 35 64 784 53 67 337 33 77 33? 35 78 304 49 71 249 40 58 365 48 85 347 35 79 Cardenal *c<im! again in the third after leading off with a single to right. He advanced when Dave Nelson was hit by a pitch and Horton' walked and scored on an infield out. The Twins moved ahead 3-2 in the fifth, Cleveland '9 « .350 i error that allowed Rick Renick I 38 ;24§ to reach first. Starter Jim Kaat 38 .264 I 26 .244 4 34 .244 11 33 .343 13 57 .341 3 10 .360 : 9 45 .259 1 26 .358 | " s" jsliwith three runs WIREPHOTO (AP) 4 23 .344 singled to advance Renick, then ! !° s' J46 ; Cesar Tovar rapped his fourth is s' :'« homer of the season. '? ?! '^S MINNESOTA CLEVELAND 1 '* .'^O ab r h bl ab r h bi ,^ 1i •?3r Tovar d ' ' ' 3'Cardenal cf 4332 n « •"' 'Carew 2b 4010 Nelson 2b 3000 ° I* '?« ' Killebrew Ib 4 0 1 0 Harrelson rf 3 0 1 0 §2 -HI 'Ollva rt 4000 THorton Ib 1111 14 Operation Leaves Parker in Stitches First baseman Wes Parker of. Los Angeles Dodgers reads telegrams in his lied at Wesley Memorial Hospital in Chicago where he is recuperating after emergency appendectomy Thursday. 5 30 '.238 Casanova Wa'. ~ ~~ Harrelson Cte 3 53 .335 Allison It 5 ?1'-HV Nettles If '; -iE • Cardenas s " -"3 genick 3b to .lio Reese oh 330 39 74 6 31 .324 i Rosebnro c 295 30 66 6 28 .334 ; Kaat o I ?! •?'» BMl!le?n 3010 CPetersn If 1000 Snvder oh 3010 Hinton If 3100 LBrown 3b 1000 Leon ss 3 0 0 0 Suarez c . 37 .274 1 31 .270 0 14 .217 9 35 .7(19 1 15 .70.1 7 14 .163 769 33 256 11 355 58 59 . .. 53 3 36 .307 73 30 55 .30* Grzen Cridcr nda D 3110 Ellsworth . 0000 Rchnblum nh 1 0 n fl 2900 0000 1000 4110 4130 3000 2000 1000 Ratting Leaders Percentait -- Bernie Carbo/ Ind. .358 Jenkins Chi (Minimum of 295 plate appearances to Hands Chi qualify) Runs — Clyde Mashore, Ind., 79 Regan Chi Hits - Riqoberto Mendoza, Den, 123 To- c.Osleen LA tal Basel — Dan Walton, OC, 300 Two- Washburn StL base hits •- Dan Walton, OC, 30 Three- McCormick SF base hit — Fred Rico, Oma., 16 Home. sutton LA runs - Bernie Carbo, Ind, 17 Runs-baited Gentry NY in - Dan Walton, OC, 87 Bases on balls G.Jackson Phi Jim Driscoll, Iowa, 60, Strikeouts Slonc All • - Clyde Mashore, Ind, 83 Stolen bases .-- Selma Chi Allan Lewis, Iowa, 35 Pitching Leaders Earned run average—Tom Holgendorl, Tul, 3.13 (minimum of 95 IP to quality) Winj-Chris Zachary, Oma, 10 Losses—Gil Blanco, lowa-OC, II Saves—Sal Campisi, Tul, 12 Strikeouts—Jerry Reuss, Tul, 98 Bases on balls—Scipio Spinks, OC, /'' Complete garnet—Chris Zachary, Oma, InnlnM pitched—Paul Spliltorll, Oma, 124 Hill allowed—Dick Estelle, Den, 134 Hem* runs allowed—Paul SPIiitorff, Oma; Jerry Hudains, Den, 14 Wild pilches—Wayne Simpson, Ind, 20 Hit batsmen—Wayne Simpson, Ind, 7 Carroll Cin LemaMer Hln Holt/man Chi Cardwcll NY P.ippas All Wise Phi Giusli SIL Bunninq Pqh Kcllev SD D.Wilson Hln Linzy Sl- Grillin Htn Briles SIL J.Robertson Mil Vcale Pqh Ellis Pqh BiMinaham Htn R.Reed All Santorini SD Ross SD Bolin SF Weqener MM Lauterlqu*, law* Jones. Oma Cook, OC .fiplil Camnisl. Tul Queen, Ind House, OC Duliba, Iowa .1 Morris, Ind Hilaendort, Tul Welsch. Ind Wlnslow, Tul Fitzmorris, Oma 8 Sanders, Iowa o - • - - PITCHING RECORDS :.---...- , W L IP HBBSOBBA ; MemM c C,n Kirby SD Podres SD i Fryman Phi l McGinn Mil 36 14 33 43 17 47 67 24 54 0 59 51 20 45 i.,«' _. • pah ?$•» i-giSMi: l?J5. d r!fs kl A?. r « 3 : UioSSSl! " •;••;* Cloninqer Cin 4 95 88 3 56 48 0 8 BoMnan Was Porranoski Min Palmer Bal Cox Was IP H BB SO W L ERA McLain Del 14? 107 61 12* 12 5 l.*5 Odom Oak 186 129 48 158 13 7 1.98 Drabowsky KC Ml 100 33110 8 5 1,99 Messersmith Cal 169 U7 37 113 13 5 2.1? ; CueMar Bal 185146 5517013 8 2.34 , Stottlemyre NY 176 M7 2911215 8 2.40 Lolich Dot 19*179 5814013 7 2.56 Leonhard Bal 136127 26 37 6 6 3.58 • McDowell Cle 160 129 47 131 14 5 2.59 i F.Peterson NY 177151 4913112 8 2.59 McNally Bal 196166 4016913 8 2.66 '' J.Perry Min 1*5)45 4311411 8 2.67 ' Kaat Min 72 73 24 36 10 5 7.75 ' McGlolhin Cal 194 179 41 1)4 13 8'-2.77 R.Nelson KC 107 106 38 58 3 7 2.94 Hiaains Was 109 94 42 48 6 5 3.22 i Stange Bsn 177154 611221210 3.25 i Boswell Min 143117 56 98 9 8 3.27, Dobson Oak 166 161 51 123 10 10 3.30 : Wilson Del 95 97 33 61 9 4 3 33 i Lonborg Bsn 124 95 4511510 4 3.41 Sequi Sea 103100 57 7212 5 .347 ; Hunter Oak 1J9 142 40 V2 710 3.48 Burbach NY 159161 5312212 5 3.49 Bunker KC 14 94 35 37 3 8 3.53 Wood Chi 99 104 29 53 .1 8 3.61 Coleman Was 116 125 37 60 7 9 3.65 Butler KC 3? 85 30 54 3 7 3.73 Phoebus Bal 179 174 42 100 8 7 3.77 John Chi 107 87 47 73 4 5 3.78 J.NaSh Oak 149 1J7 57 161 II 7 3.85 Paul Cle 67 73 22 38 7 6 3.86 Culp Bsn 101 85 54116 5 4 3.92 Brunei Cal !36 137 41 7610 9 3.96 B.Moore Was 92 86 49 67 2 8 3.98 , Gelnar Sea 177135 58110 511 4.04 Siebert Bsn 1.13 133 50 96 7 10 4.04 Murphy Cal S3 56 19 48 4 5 405 Tiant Cle 148 146 40 101 9 7 4.07 Romo Bsn 113123 40 58 4 9 4.14 Bahnscn NY 79 72 35 41 1 9 4.18 Horlen Chi 104 101 36 65 5 5 4.30 i Dobson Del 110105 60 78 4 7 4 32 R.WoodSon Min 1.19 159 44 88 9 4 4.34 ' R.Mav Cal 93 103 48 55 5 6 4.35 I Krausse Oak 121 133 59 59 313 4.44 S.Willlams Cl« 64 66 28 17 5 6 4.45 I G.Peters Chi 135146 51 94 8 6 4.46 I Jarvis Bsn 88 83 39 75 4 10 4.57 ! Drago KC l?4 124 54 78 9 7 4.77 Sparma Del 84 103 28 39 4 9 4.78 '•• Brabender Sea 97 106 38 81 3 8 4.81 ' Ellsworth Cle 129 132 48 71 8 7 5.01 : Pattin Sea 95 112 38 5' 4 9 5.08 Marshall Sea 144 147 75 101 6 12 5.10 Hargan Cle 175 172 67 65 7 12 5.» Landis Bsn PITCHING To| . )| It or more decisions) Minnesota IP H BB SO W L ERA Cleveland 91 84 34 49 5 4 76 48 32 43 6 5 91 57 31 100 81 40 1.78 E-Leon, 1.88 .Minnesota 0000 SWillams o 0000 33 3 7 3 Total 77 * 8 3 . 000 030 » « 8— 3 101 000 J lx — « C.Peterson, Renick. DP- 3. Cleveland l. LOB-- Seaver Captures No. 15,3-2 66 9 2 L96!'Minnesota 5, Cleveland 6. 2B—T.Horton. 44 7 3 l>7iHR--Tovar 307 174 47121 15 5 2.39 156 117 67 95 14 3 3.41 58 40 13 39 7 6 2.4S 141 94 51 130 9 7 2.4P 166 119 47 103 11 9 2. 193 159 61 72 14 7 2.1 175 131 66 161 11 9 2.: . .48 .55 .61 155 110 44164 14 2 2,66 69 23 25 6 '3 2.73 Carden*!, Si Kaat B.Miller Grzenda Crider . (7). SB (4). Cardenal uarei. S—Suarez. IP H R ER BBSO 63-3 53352 (L.2-4) ... 3-31 3 } 1 1 1-331 000 Ellsworth (W.6-5) S.Williams HBP-by Kaat 10,044. ... 1-3 0 7 7 .3 0 (Nelson). T. TIGERS FROLIC, 12-2, 173 154 31 104 1012 2.85 163137 4310014 0 2.86 144 140 41 8S11 4 3.84 143 168 41 83 10 6 3.87 178 118 41 58 5 9 3.88, 'S9''» M 53 7 I "J |ON 9 ' RUN FRAME lill'lllH 1:8! DETROIT, MICH. 130119 46 96 8 7 70 44 32 48 6 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 2:34. 1 5 A-' 3.31 3.33 3.34 3.39 (AP) The Tigers had their biggest inning in more than a year Satur- the ; fourth to drub Kansas City, 12-2. 132125 saw s s i.ll\ Detroit bombed Bill Butler 158158 M 95 ' 9 "Hand reliever Dave Wickersham — 81 38 48 7 4 151 123 49 88 9 7 o.^r , . . 11688 ss 75 6 8 3.401 day, scoring nine runs in 123114 29 88 76 78 38 45 7 150 134 61 T15 7 8 3.531 ALSO SLAMS KEY DOUBLE NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Tom Seaver stroked a key fifth- inning double Saturday and hurled the Mets past Cincinnati, 3-2, for his fifteenth victory. _ . . ., , .. „. Seaver (15-5) checked the Orioles edged the Chicago- . White Sox, 2-1, Saturday night Reds . on e '8 ht hlts and struck Orioles Pin Sox, 2-7, on Powell's Hit BALTIMORE, MD. (AP) Boog Powell rapped a two-run single in the seventh inning and reliever Pete Richert throttled a threat in the eighth as the seise 56 95 6 9 3.58 and reliever IJave Wickersham _. , • . , " _ ,, out eieht as the Mpts remainpri as 91 21 55 4 7 367 i, . ... . ,, . . Riphprt came in after Buddv^ CI B'H " 5 l|| c meis lemdinea °6 64 39 64 2 8 3.67'for six hits in the inning and _ ni r" , Ldme , , r . "inii^ ao mo c hhi*A rh- Q ««v M l, l A J tttlllA X ^ 1>> ! O I Tlt'nAt^^f) nnnnnrj 4Un nlrtU^k 4'y9 ?AmP^ hntrtfl (.himDnC Na. '#'# 3 6871 5 4 6 3 '6 4 7 3^1 sent 12 men to bat. "I]!! , s ? ? 4 9 2 8 | 3 3 > 7 6 6 j Willie Horton and Don 3J5; hoth singled twice, with Horton i Bradford opened the eighth 4 '^ games bhind Chicago's Na- with.a homer and Pete Ward tional League Eastern leaders. Hart's 2-Run Homer Jolts Cards in 9lh ST. LOUIS, MO. (AP) - Jim Hart, pinch hitting Tor a pinch- hitter, hammered a two-run homer in the ninth inning to give San Francisco a 7-6 victory over Cardinals Satu- with a pinch single With two out in the fifth, 143 IJ3 4J /I OlU J 83 • ' L-»II jj.^ii i,iii\_v-, 11 11,11 <«vf« vui i| . - . f^Li W «*•« *T»^» ^FMii in tl|^> ill (lly 'fl'S 32 3 2? S'i MS ^nocking in a run the first time !*f na ' n . st - wmner Tom Phoebus Bud Harrelson singled and Jjljg 5 5 S 7 993 4 6 ij 4 4 :§J ; and Wert sending home a run;*'^ u _ ,__^ 1U _ _._ j Seaver doubled. Tommie I Agee then poked a two-run single off Tony Cloninger (713), snapping a 1-1 tie. The Reds bounced back with day. The M 7" 33 53 4 4 Ms i with each hit. Mickey Stanley 78 63 29 56 4 9 4.35 ! Hniihlpri in tvun run'! 73 66 33 46 5 4 4.30 j OOUDieO in IWO 1 UnS. 106 96 38 84 310 4.32 KANSAS CITY DETROIT Phoebus launched the winning rally off loser Joe Horlen ..jlittortf, Oma Ribant, Tul-lnd Bailey, OC Simpson, Inct Cosman, Ind Minqori, Ind Twiichell, OC Reuss, Tul -Shorl, Ind Shifflett, Den Nolan, Ind Warden, Oma Zachary. Oma Pena, Oma Eslelle, Den Meyer, Iowa Narum, Tul Paul. Oma Scott, OC lowans In the Minors Ratting 3 98 88 38 69 3.40 4 45 48 13 II 3.40 8 84 93 30 53 3.43 6 124 127 43 80 3.77 4 88 89 27 47 3.89 5 92 102 40 51 3.91 8 119 97 78 82 3.93 3 48 74 27 35 3.97 3 34 .12 28 39 3.97 3 34 33 36 31 3.97 Don Abbott, D.W. Bristol, Va. 5 117 112 74 98 4.02 . joe Dodder, Letts- Bakerslicld, Calil. 3 103 106 32 91 4;I1 ,ji m Dunegan, Bjrlington--Tacoma, Wash. . 5 74 78 33 37 4.14 'Roger Dutton, Boons—Manchester, N.H. 0 15 15 4 13 4.20 Mike Ehlers. Cedar Falls—Gulf Coast-R . 7 83 77 61 55 4.23 Ron Foell, Sheffield—Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. 5 109 110 44 96 429 Bill Goodman, Fort Dodqe-Auburn, N.Y. 2 63 65 11 47 '4.29 : Bruce Hotchkiss, Cedar Ranids- Walla Walla, 7102134 52 61 4.32 Wash 9 104 132 44 7? 4,41 Dave Kent, ex-Parsons—Fort Lauderriale . 3 49 55 20 42 4 41 i Dick Kenworthv, Red Oak—Tucson 2 48 53 15 39 4*50'Bruce Kimm, Norway.—Quit Coast--R 157168 55104 611 4.4C 92 92 39 35 5 6 4.48 113111 40 70 4 9 4.59 77 64 65 38 5 8 4.66 114103 71 81 8 7 4.64 101 136 .31 28 5 5 4.72 128 129 49 101 7 9 4.99 87 99 .35 47 3 10 5.13 69 68 44 43 7 8 6.00 50 57 37 30 5 4 4.30 (6-12) with a one-out single and; on a walk to RTaVlOr Ph 1000 Northrun Cf 5010 T\nn UlttnrA TTranlr Dnhincnn'c Keouqh cf 5120 Kaline rf 3000 "On BUfOra, JTanK KODinSOn S ab r h bi Hernandz ss 4 0 1 0 Stanley ss flb /, h , b ] moved around Foy Ib Plnlella If Klrkptrck rf Scbaal 3b ERodrgez e Monleaaudo, Ind-Tul 5 Cram, Oma 6 Kelse, Oma-Den-la 1 Schneider, OC 2 Guzman, Tul 5 Noriega. Ind 3 Blanco, l*-oc Soinks. OC Epcerson, Oma JV 4 50 Dl U^.C ^Mlllll, IIUFWdV OUII I.UCI3I f\ l AT 71 17 14 4 57 Rick Kritz, Grundy Center—Oneonta, N.Y, j 6J M , Ron Manders, Dubuaue-Tampa . . u im 9* j? j *i Larry Rathie, Davenport—Charlotte, N.C. *n 77 19 45 4*5 Daniel Rourke, Williamsburg--Gulf Coast-^R 60 77 19 45 4.65 Norm S | ng|Btoni D.M.--Tampa ... . Phil Zahn, D.M.—Billings, Mont Vitiating, Iowa RndriaueJ, la Martin, Tijl D Morris, D?n Coombs, OC Handrahan, la OMvo, Iowa Di Fabio, Tul rMiHen. Of. < ? Tan, Den I - Whitbv. Den 1 ul 3 Hudgins. Den ? Filler, Ind 1 filers. OC 1 Watkins, OC J Willis. Tul i Padovich, Den " Ne'con. Tu;-DPn 1 Gillilord, Iowa 0 Peterson. Den 0 (••, Kennedy., On I 300 317 165 55 as 86 317 10 47 76 198 4 31 31 13 15 4.65 84 92 28 55 4.71 Pilnhinff 80 97 53 43 4 84 ' ItCHIHg 50 51 28 43 4.86 • G »l 104 47 73 4.94 Ronald Adams, Carter Lake Gulf Coast -R .. 2 97 95 79 88 5.10 Lou Billmeier, Templelon--Gulf Coast R 3 35 50 14 10 5.14 Alan Closter, ex-Iowa State- Syracuse 25 S4 44 II J2 i.17 Dnn Eddy, Swaledale Appleton, Wis/ 14 91116 51 81 i.23 Bob Gebhard. ex-Univ. of Iowa- Chariotlp, N.C. 29 5 29 Stan Grout, Perry -Winnipeo . 5 549 Jack Hamilton, AAornine Sun-.Turson . 9 s'50 Dave Hartman, Ames- Wcsl Palm Beach 16 5*40 Larry Hetlman, Sioux City Cedar Rapids 5*43 Tom Hilgendorf, Clinton- Tulsa 21 t' 7 o Tim Irish, Knoxvill.;- Slfllnsvillp, N.C . .. 18 i-'gfj Joe Knutson. Cedar Mdpids Salem, _Va. 14 5^91 R 0 39 '3 17 0 10 16 14 14 25 13 26 0 72 H 97 89 35 0 15 21 21 21 75 4 12 22 44 1 42 2B 2031 0 3 4 5 II 0 2 4 4 0 6 I 3B HR RBI Pel. 00 0 9 49 5 34 1 15 0 RiOS 21 Butler o Wkershm o Harrison ph ORiley p 0000 Morhead p 0 0 0 0 •vlartinez ph 1 o o o Cisco p oooo Rovliver oh 1000 spo? Freeh.™ ib 4 2 2"j infield "'^ and Powell's liner to a run in the sixth on Pete 4 '3 030 j°| center wnicn u PP ed nis run-bat-1 Roses's double, an error by third baseman Wayne Garrett iand a single by Bob Tolan — 4011 Price c 4000 Wert 3b 1000 I Brown 2b 0000 Wilson o 1000 4310 5123 4 1 2 1 ! 3101 ted-in total to, 91. CHICAGO BALTIMORE »b r h bi ib r h bi ,, McGraw If 4 0 0 0 Buford If 1 1 0 0 all With none OUt Aparicio ss 4 0 1 0 Blair cf 4000 Cardinals snapped a 5-5 tie on singles by Byron Browne, McCarver Tim and JIM HART C.Mav rf 2 Hopkins I'o 4 Melton 3b Hrrmann c 3 000 F.Rbnsn rf 3 0 2 0 38l2J210^ nn o£ n 3 P b h 17 a? 100 36 33 S3 «0 88 70 67 88 78 104 67 87 3a « v> il *nn Dick McVay. Norway- Little Rock. Ark. 07 ino "< \-i Anx Jerrv Messrrly, D.M.- -Euqene, Ore. . S? '£? L 5 I. f? t Steve Miller, DM. -Covinglon, Va. 7 2 S 9 9 85 98 78 39 IS 66 75 61 74 35 46 70 33 30 19 10 .11 .55 56 88 15 3< 46 20 38 12 30 3» 39 29 31 35 62 24 36 Jomes Koering, Slonewood Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. 5 23 C4 L OC Jitvc <v>int;i , LV.fVI. -V_UV 11 )C)tOn t Vfl. . . 4 11 A .1 Bon Pellis, D.M.- High Point-Thomasvillt 17 .r'Tert Rnminston, Fairtield Wisconsin Rapirt 1 ;, Wi- 6 6-60 Paul Splittorf, Sioux Citv--0maha 18 '•'J Don Thomson, Newell- Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. 19 6.75 Billy Turner, D M.--Billings, Mont. 4 '.63 Ron Welsch, Williams—Indianapolis . 29 '.83 Terry Wilianv., Davenport—Winslon-Salem, N.C. 18 44 II 13 18 72 59 15 14 17 23 13 16 55 18 17 8.42'Arthur Oordt, Hasper's—Huron" 27 20 9.32 • Leads league in Ihis cateqory. 1.05 Steve Tiemeier, Burlington Gult Coast R IP 9 82 10 45 16 46 113 I? 84 102 82 16 23 42 97 16 11561 7 53 117 113 6 5 3 5 BB 8 4 33 26 10 10 16 33 5 70 33 34 13 1? 38 6 43 15 16 35 9 4 7 22 11 37 0 8 11 31 0 29 SO 4 10 58 79 51 14 30 68 4 64 55 46 9 19 28 16 70 16 73 37 4 31 61 i^.K.^ City" 2 ' 8 ', .V'i'.l ViV-ilSriVd'ef .281 ! Detroit OOOIOJOOx —11 Horlen p .212; E-Pricr, Freehan, Foy, Wert. LOB- I Ssinski P .000 ; Kansas City . Il, Detroit 7. JB-Frajhan. I 8SR, BhP 000 Powell Ib 4 0 0 1 0 B.Rbnsn3b 4 0 000 D.Jhnsn 2b 4 0 000 Belnger ss 4 0 0 1 0 Phoebus p 3 1 But Seaver struck out Tonv pinch-hitter Ixiu Brock in the But pinch-hitter Bob Burda opened the Giants' ninth with a single against reliever Jim Grant. Grant got Ken Henderson on HOMER IN 9TH JOLTS BRAVES ATLANTA, GA. (AP) - Jose Herrera walloped a three-run pinch-hit homer in the ninth inning and Montreal defeated the Braves, 7-4, Saturday night. Herrera's shot followed singles by Coco Laboy and Bobby Wine. Mack Jones' nineteenth home run with the bases loaded in the sixth inning to put Montreal out front, 4-3. But Felix Millan, who also had three singles, homered to pull the Braves even in the seventh. MONTREAL ATLANTA ab r h bi ah r h lit Phillips Cf 500 0 Millan 7b 5341 Hermoso2b4 o 0 OGnzlezcf 41 10 Staub rf 3100 H.Aaron rf J 0 0 I M Jones If 4 1 l 4 Carty If 41-30 Batlevjb 3 o 0 o. Lum.lf.. 0 ft o o Labov 3b OCepeda ib 3 00 o Brand c 401 OC.Boyer3b 4011 Winess 3 2 1 ODidierc 3 0.0 1 J.Rbrtsn p I 0 0 0Garrido ss • 3 0 (1 fl Jasterp 2 1 l OAsprmtephl 000 McGinn p 000 0 Jarvis p 70 fl 0 Herrara Ph 1 1 1 3Upshaw p p n o 0 Radatzo TMaii Montreal Atlanta 0'0 0 OT.Aaron ph 1 000 Stone p 0000 F.Alou Ph I 0 0 n •33 7 1 J Total! 34 4 I 4 000 004 003—7 301 000 100-4 E—Staub, Brand, Laboy. DP—Montreal 2111 Richer) p 1000 .273 i Northrup, .247 SB-Foy. , . Stanley, I.Brown, .309: Butler (L.5-6) .244, Wickersham .237 | ORiley .400; Morehead .261 Cisco .389 Wilson (W.9-7) IP 3 1 11 . 1 . .332 .350 .268 W.Horlon. | Berrv pr Wood R 2-000 0 " " " 1 Perez, picked Chico Ruiz off: 3 bouncer and then Dave Mai "! ^?^° n Ah ,«ul|- Jte: second and fanned Lee May to: sha " battetl for Tito Fuentes. |«™ »• ss-Miiian. -s-wine. SF-H. A*. kill the rally. 000 Total 31 2 8 2 0 1 0 NEW YORK 0000 0000 31 1 S 1 -R ER BB SO : 6631 To |,i J I I °ich™Wb „ S V i I Baltimore n n o •> DP-Chicago 5 ? I ?!LOB_Ch.lcago CINCINNATI ab r h bj Rose rfz 4110 Aqee cf Ruiz 2b 3000 Bosweil 2b Tolan cl 4021 CJones It i p ?, r " 35 i 9 ° S Shamsky rf ... ooo 010-1 tte.. lb ,. ? \ 9 ? S?'??.' Cf, « ? ? o r M50n lW,y-/J V B i I J 'on AA « I * « « U D WP-Butler, ORiley. T-2:36. A-33,449.! ^_ B TjT,f,L 000 000 Baftirr, m ?e re lo' I Breedan" c Bradford 7 Clonin9er ° Hraarora /. Granser p ab r h bi 4013 4130 4000 4011 Left-hander Joe Hoerner lieved Grant and Hart batted for Marshall and homered. re- J.Rbrtsn. Jaster ...... McGinn W, 5-10 ....1 iu 000 20x-2 , s ,t ewJar ' " 3010 Garretf 3b 4010 Baltimore .1. Wood.rd „ 3020 Kranpoo, ,b 4 0 0 0 3010 Harrelson ss 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Seaver D 3 1 1 0 358 STOTTLEMYRE TRIPS ANGELS FOR 15TH ANAHEIM. CALIF. CAP) ERA: 3.581 1.00 3.84 Horlen L.6-12 .... A"i 8 Oslnski '-a 0 Wood 1 0 Phoebus W, 10-3 ....7 5 T-3-31. A-14,091, R ER BB SO ' Whitfleld ph 1010 SAN FRANCISCO ab r h bi 3 0 0 0 J, 4 0 0 0 F J avier 3b lood cf Chaneypr Carroll p 0000 0000 28282 Total 3! ) 000011(00-1 000120 0 Ox — 3 Total Cincinnati New York . — E— Garrett. DP— New York 3. LOB— Cincinnati 4, New York 4. 2B-Woodward, Seaver, Rose. SB-PBoswell. S-Stewarl Breedan, Ruiz. ST. LOUIS ab r hbi 5120 4020 5110 .. 4010 3123 Nossek pr 0 o 0 0 i 0000 Shannon 3b 4 I i o 1010 BBrowne If 4313 0100 Gagllano ph 1000 0000 MCarver c 4031 R' ER B§ SO 3321 1 1 03 •0000 0000 4425 Bonds rf Hunt 3b Mays cf 4110 Pinson rf McCovey Ib 4221 Torre Ib Dietz c 3 Linzy p I Burda ph : Mason pr Bryant p . 3.06 |;Sj NEW YORK b CALIFORNIA hhb . day night over Boston. Cloninqer (L.7-13) S 2-3 7 Granger ......... 11-30 Carroll .......... i o Seaver (W.15-5) 9 8 T-2:15. A--25.359. . H R ER BBl SO • &:?«] ? DUROCHER- Continued from Page One "L" in capitals on a piece of paprr. "There, this is what it's all about," he says, waving the paper. He points lo the letter "W," scratching a line undor il 'When the game's over and ynu can put it under hprp, nobnriy's going to ask ynu any questions. '•Rut if ynu put it here" and hp scratches a line .under ' L" -- "everybody's going to b? asking questions. They're going tn ask why did you do that instead of this. But when \ou're riown there in the dufi- out ynn can't holler, 'Hold il! Stop Ihe game for an hour! I've got to think about this.' Yon do something — right here, then. That's it." He tilts hack his chair, smiling in triumph, then notices a writer is holding a cigar. "Out, Red! out'" hp said ''You can't have thai thing in here Either 'it. goes or you go. I can't stand them. They make me sick to my stomach. Nobody smokes those things in here." Red is abashed, but tries to hold his ground. ''But Branch Rickey ^ smoked them,'' says Reci ' "He always had a cigar and you were around him all Ihe time " No! jn my presence NPV- .ei.; He never smoked one while 1 was in his office. He r, n e w 1 couldn't stand them." Red gels up and disposes nf the cigar in an outer room. A writer points to a towel-covered bucket at the foot' of Leo's desk. The talk turns to the tensions of the pennant race and Leo snorts, almost in contempt. He has been through Ihis for more than 40 years, as a player, then manager. His attitude suggests that the nervousness, (he excitement that affects others cannot possibly infect him. Perhaps so. The shield is up. there are no off-guard moments, not even a burst, of anger that is not carefully calculated. The responses alter defeat are as predictable as those following victory. ''Look, you know better than to ask that, it's. gone. Jt's over. Nothing 1 can do about it. All I know is we've got a game tomorrow. 1 wrote a magazine piece for Saturday Evening Post a few years ago. 1 got paid for it. The money's spent, invested, making more money It's locked up. Over. Just like the game today." The title of lhal article. "I Come to Kill You." II would stand up today. Nothing has changed. It'll hold good today when Leo's Cubs play the Los Angeles Dodgers. Leo The Minors 1.80! Mel Stottlemyre posted his fif- McNERTNEY'S SHOT 2.35 teenth victory and Jake Gib° s LIFTS PILOTS 8-fi 2:07 figured in all New York runs as S-irihe Yankees beat the Angels, SEATTLE, WASH. (AP) ill 3-1, Saturday night. Blanked on two hits for five mi : 5§ Gibbs scored on an infield out : "ings, the Pilots struck .for six BLASINGAME SAVES Ij 0 in the third inning and drove in: runs in the sixth, with lowan >„„,,<,„,„... . , "J-i-two runs with a single in the! Jerry McNertney's three-run . miuslUN ' w Ji fourth as Stottlemyre ran his! homer capping the rally, and HOUSTON, T E X. (AP) I! record to 15-7 with a six-hitter, moved to a 8-fi victory Satur-^ Wade Blasingame rescued Tom CALIFORNIA h h b . day night over Boston. Griffin from an eighth-inninS f 'S m ?L 2 . b , 188?! The sixth started with four (jam and preserved the Astros' runner uu ^ u i u JOnnSTOne CfJUUl . ' ' » , Jr»-. «.. . pe uDr i"ne r ib 4 o 2,o RegoliIs " 4 o 118' successive walks, but one man 4-2 victory over Philadelphia Hendersn If 4000 Maxvill ss 3121 Fuentes 3b Marshall ph Hart ph 1 1 0 Davailllo ph 1 0 o o 000 Grant p „. 1 1 1 2i Hoerner p Oavenprt 3b 0000 Carlton D Lanier ss ~ MCormck p Barton c 4030 Brock 3000 1000 1000 0000 0 0 0-0 3011 1011 9.001 Clarke 2b i Kenney 3b 3 ? ? 8i was. Applelon Quincv Clinton Oecatur C.Rapids MIDWEST LEAGUE (Through Friday nioht) WL.GB.I W.L.GB. .17 1) Tri-Cities 10 13 3 14 10 1 14 10 1 15 13 1' 14 13 2>-! SATURDAY'S GAMES Qd. -Cities Burlinqton W. Rapids 13 4 12 20 7 10 U t> JHall cf Michael ss •Shopay It . Gibbs c 3113 Azcue c Stotlmyre p 3010 MGIothin p Total In'll Wr C |9ht P P Repoz ph Withetm o— Totals 31111. New York OOI200000-3 Calitornia ... 000 000 010-1; o n r : en - - - r. I-~IIL :- n I QB i - .' " i g ', gi was caught off base and there Saturday night. no score until Tommy] Griffin was working on a two- doubled home two runs, j hitter when the Phils loaded BOSTON 3b . _ _ _.. F.—McGlothin. DP—California 2. LOB- -j Andrews'"^ Cedar Rapids 4, Ouincy (eioht innincis. NPW .York 4. California 6. 3B- -Fregosi. | Ystrmski If rflin , Appleton al Tri-Cities, rain Burlington at Decatur Wisconsin Rapids al Quari-Cilies Clipton idle. TODAY'S GAMES Wisconsin Rapids at Quad-Citi«<., rain Burlington at Decatur Cedar Rapids at Qulncy Applelon al Tri-Cities Clinton idle. SF- Johnstone. .IP H Slolimyre (W. 15-7) ,9 6 McG'othin (L. 5-10) 5 7 Wriqhl 3 0 Wilhelm I 2 T--3:09. A 13.887. D CP RD cn "Smith cl R ER BB SO petrocin ss ' Lahoud rf I Scott Ib i Satriano c 1 Siebert p Lvle p Kline p Landis p Lonbora P 4100 MNertny c 4013 Clark 3b 3 0 1 0 Gil 3b 3011 Oyler ss 0000 Talbot P 0000 Bouton p Jose Martinez, walked with two out and the bases loaded in the tenth inning, giving the Pirates a 4-3 victory over the San 1 j j }! Gladding7oV7ver'nUhe ninTh Diego Padres Saturda y- 4 n - -- J ----- ' ' • • The Pirates loaded the bases ?o i SlGreg Goossen singled in a runi the bases on a hit batsman and I'-'.?-?! arid then McNertney homered, two walks. Blasingame came in 11 to get John Callison on a groun- r h b . SEATTLE ab r h bi 5010 4010 5130 HoVley 3 ? \ i Goo a sseV 'ib 31 j 11 and was nicked for a run. Do a nSfd r sn cf 3b 3 3 i io ider> endin fi ^ threat. Fred Hoviey rf Jill' Gladdine took over in the ninth IP H 2Vi 6 .r 3 o Radatz 1 1 0 Jarvis 5% 3 Upshaw IVa 1 0010 Stone L.9-5 2 3 3307. T-2:34. A—25,352. McCluskey Wins 'Dust Bowl' 100 TERRE HAUTE, IND. (AP) — Roger McCluskey of Tucson, Ariz., took the lead on the eight y-second lap Saturday night and went on the win a 100-lap U.S. Auto Club stock car race which had to be stopped once because of dust clouds. A U.S.A.C. official said the 0 oi dirt was so bad cars were hit- 1 i ting each other on the back o ?i stretch because the drivers i could not see. j Jerry Smith of Appleton, j Wis., drove a 1967 Comet to 1 second place, with Paul'Feld- PITTSBURGH, PA, (AP) -iner of Colgate, Wis., in a 1967 1 Total -357116 Total • 396146 2 San Francisco ... 700 300 002—7 " St. Louis 400100010—« E—MeCarver, Henderson. Herbel, McCovay. DP—San Franciscn 4. LOB— San Fnnciscn 2, St. Louis 9. 2B -Mays. Dietl, Maxvill. HR—Dlelz (6). Hart "' McCormick .... Herbel Linzy (W.8-6) .. Bryant Carlton Grant Hoerner (L.l-n IP . H" R 31-37 5 33-35 I 1 '10 1 1 0 8 85 . 1-3 I 1 3-3 3 1 [ if. I I SO' Save—Bryant. T-2:50. A—35,557. BASES-FULL WALK BOOSTS BUGS, 4-3 Fairlane third. 1000 3010 10 0 0 Chiefs' Rookies Blank Denver KANSAS CITY, MO. (AP) -------- ... t . .„,,. , , . Deron Johnson socked a sec- wlth none °"t when Willie Star- (The Cnjefs defeated Denver 21- ._.!!.. * 1 . .. rtfi-kllninllinfj D nl»«i_ f^\ _ »^_ ___ A_ »*J»^«4 0000 Whitaker oh 0000 4oooond-inning homer for the 1 "" Si Phllies, but the Astros bounced Schofield ph 1 0 I 0 Locker P l 0 SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. G.R. W Brm'liilm 60 -13 Charlotte 57 43 I' L. G.8. Ashevilli> 48 5? lO'i M'gmery 46 56 13'i Total Boston Seattle 11 i o right back, tying the score on Griffin's single. Houston took 36 5 " 5 o i T o ot 3 al i o o oV-1 the lead an inning later with an ooo o«» iox-i Columhus 50 51 9 Savannah 43 59 SATURDAY'S GAMES Charlotte 8, Birminaham 5 Columbus 6, Asheviile 4 Savannah 4-0, Montgomery J 6 EASTERN LEAGUE W. L G.B. W I. G B. Rradinq 58 39 Elinira IK 17 9 YorK 56 38 4 Manchslr 45 57 'it Piltsfipld 49 46 8 'Walrburv 14 it 24 jATURQAY'S GAMES 1 Manchester .6, Waterbury I Reading 5. York 2 Pittsfield at Elmira. wet grounrK TEXAS LEAGUE EASTERN DIVISION W L G.B.i W L G.B Memphis 49 49 ., : Arkansas 47 52 3'; Shrevport 49 51 '/j'S. Antonio 43 56 ' WESTERN W LG.B Dalla.vFW 58 42 ._ .. . El Paso 54 46 4 Albuoraue 43 54 14 SATURDAY'S GAMES EMUiso 2-9, shreveoort 1-8 Dl»*-Fort Worth 3-3, San Antonio 2-3 Arkansas 3-5. Albuqueroue 3-3 Amarillo Fou 4. Memphis 1 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE n ght game 1 ;. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Buffalo 5, Toledo 1 Sy-Kijse 1-4. Rochester 05 r<dew,iter 1 4, Richmond 7 I Coiumhin 13, Louisville 4 Western Junior t****'*. «« Tennis to Tanner SPRINGFIELD, OHIO (AP)- : H^McNermey.'L^nSi!. '&-$£&\ unearned'run and then tacked Top-seeded Roscoe Tanner of , pSftTeSBf."" 1 T. 7 Davfs eatl e R.s 3 rnith^- S r|f-i °" two more runs in the fifth. Lookout Mountain, Tenn., over-'?A7?l^, k ? ) Don^'n! n ^--tf»'«v- PH "-*°'*PH,A L . HOUSTON powered Jim Connors of Belle-.sieben ville. III., 6-3, 6-2, 6-3, Saturdayikune. IL.I-*)" ::::: to win Ihe 18-and-under division tonbora '..'.'.'.'.'. nf the Wr-stern Open Junior Boys BoSon (w.3-oi'".. '. tonnis tnui-nament. Lo T ke 3 r: 38. A 13,632. In the hoy's division, No. 2 ranked Fred DeJesus of San Juan, Puerto Rico, took the title with a 7-5, 6-4 conquest of John Whitlinger of Neenah, Wis. But Connors, the No. 2 seed,: . , teamed with Harold Solomon ofi KKm ^ d Silver Spring, Md.. to beat Tan-i won tne ... , , .„ ner and Woody Blocher of San™'" record time, barely-edg- Marino, Calif., to take the junior ! ' n « ^ dr ' VPer Bobby IS3aC doubles crown, 6-4, 6-4, 7-5. J ^atawb.JJC. gell walked, Roberto Clemente singled and. Jose Pagan was walked intentionally by Billy McCool (2-4). Reliever Frank Keberger re- 0, in the rookie Grocery Bowl football game here Saturday night before a crowd of'33,088, The chiefs' rookies scored touchdowns in each of the last lieved and got Manny Sanguil- tnree ters on ririves of ?8 len to hit into a home-to-first 4 K anfl 8q varfls double play and then walked | ^™™S?W* e Livingston, a second-year pro from Soutjj- ern Methodist, led the drives Nashville 400 Won by Petty NASHVILLE, TENN. lAP) night Palmer p Boozer p Harmon ph Farrell p . RSIone rf PhHidtlphia 1000 Griffin p OOOo Blasgme p 1000 Geiger cf 0000 1000 2» 2 43 Total - - 0|OBro 3011 -Colbert Ib 000 0 Ferrara If 1 0 0 o'Murrell ct Spiezio 3b Cannizzro c intentionally before Martinez. PITTSBURGH . . oVo AAAIOU cf ab 5 r , h , b i! wlth hls runs and Passes. He 010 siaraeH » b 3 0 o!' can 'i e d seven times for 64 yards 4 i i o citment/rt siso' 3 "^ corn P |ete( ^ 13 °* 23 Passes 4ii3 Pa9an...3b r 4 o i 11 for 194 yards. Houilon E—T.Tavlor, «Ia 7, inson 30 4 6 4 0 1 0 0 0 « C 0 1-J Oil 01* »*x-4 E. — i . i ay lui Philadelphia HR—D.Johnsi Menke. Houston 9. (8). Morgan. SF-N.Miller. Palmer (L.l-5) Boozer . . Farrell Baffo Griffin (W.6-4) Blaslngama I Gladding 42-3 5 1-3 0 2 ,0 1 1 73-32 1-30 1 3 LOB. B 3B-Rader. SB—Edwards, H R ERBBSO $55,000 Arlington Petty, a native of Randleman.j(i?.!SISf "•&'?&. A- H 3 B 6 P 9«-2 hy N.C.. set a track record of 2; hours 32 minutes and 24 sec- luberlo c DRoberts p Baldschn p Gaston ph Sisk p Slahl ph McCool D Reberger p Total 4000 Sanguillh 4020 Patek ss 3000 Marlinaz 2b oooo Walker p 2010 Habner oh oooo Moose p 1000 o oo o 1000 oooo oooo 5000 •4030 4031! 3000 1000 OOOO two out when 3S73 Total rtl .IJi^fe 394124 red. tlsbursh 2. LOB—San fJiaao -....-,. )rqh II. 2B-M.AIou, Marti,,.^, Griffin Patek, Clemente, Colbfrt. HR-C.Taylor (4), Ferrara (9). SB—Arcla. Ruberto. —$1" DlMo o 5, tinez. ONE-WAV STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. (AP) Frederick Street won the feature at Liberty Bell Park Saturday. fth Annual * $|0,000 Angels Purchase Semipro Baseball At Ames Called Off Race to Eaglesham onds for the 200-mile race. He CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - Ea- averaged 74.80 miles per hour Cowan frnm Ynnlm g |esha ™. ^e 8-5 favorite, nailed in his 1969 Ford. (The Register's Iowa Newsservice) VUU/UM nuiii M wima front runnjng Zgm) a( th ^ (op F j n i s hi n g f n ird in a 19B9, AMES, 1A. - The National ANAHEIM. CALIF. iAPi - of the stretch and galloped to a Dodge Charger was James Hyl- Baseball Congress' Iowa semi-'; The California Angels acquired 3'2-length victory in the $55,600 ton. John Sears, in a 1968 Ford,i pro tournament at Brnokside! niiiliolrlpr Billy Cowan on wai- Assault Handicap at Arlington'Neil Castle in a 1967 Plymouth,! Park was postponed because of vers .Saturday Jmm the New ^ >ar ' c ^ aturf ^ a y- r*ondougold, an and David Pearson in a J969i rain Saturday and reset for to- outsider, edged Fleet Allied foriFord were the fourth, fifth and] day with the first semifinal. -Stargell. 0.Roberts Baldschun •• Slsk i McCool (L.2-4) :Reberaer Walker Moose (W.7-21 IP H . 63-311 .. 1-30 .. 3 0 0 1 .. 230 . 9 7 1 0 R ER B 3 3 _ 000 000 1 1 3 003 003 BSO 03 0 Balk D.Roberts. T 3:26. A 6,76?. \j i ., I , ..«v...i.j..» , HIRr-n 1 1^1*1, J-1II1CU Ji/* ; A Wl ^1 VTV:i r- LUC iUUJIII, 1IJIII raini; xny Wlttt tllG lll'SL Dnrnrhpr at mid-sea- York Yankees. C.nwan was hit- , SPf . nnri ln (he j, 6 . mi)e race foj .. S(xth , ace fjnisner , respec .I rnund game beginning at 6 on - or at^ny other time. ting .167. '3-year-olds. 'lively. jp.m. */ IISHOP SWIMMING POOLS BIG SUMMER SALE See Our Sunday Ad in tht Sport! Section Pboni IIS 3212, Garlidi NATIONAL CHAMPIONIHIP _^ Sufer Modified < ' AUTO RACE Sat., Auq. U, 1:30 pm COST FAIRGROUNDS. KNOXVII.LE, IOWA TIME TRIALS PLUS I RACES Thuri., Aua. 14 ** A A fiftlt B:30p.m. Mail Orders (or Rei«rve Ticked Pin.l Sal.—Rei. ie«ti $C, $S tnd $4. Address all orders to Modified National- Fairground*. Knoxville. Iowa. Enclose self addressed stamped envelope. Make money orders or checks oavable"to Modi- lied Nationals.

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