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j|-S . PES MOINES REGISTER fri.. M« y «, 1970 Wood>'* World '-Next- time bring a lighter anchor or a longer line I" SUPER-SKATER: TIM WOOD JIM MURRAY L OS ANGELES, CALIF. - When> x u find out that Tim Wood was the toast of Ljubljana, X-< 5(ugoslavia; Innsbruck, Austria; Davos, Switzerland; Grenoble, France, and Moscow, Russia,- your first thought is: What kind of interpreter do your bring? , _ ' \ When you find^out he speaks English, you wondeXwith what kind of accent, . \. Well, Timothy Lyle Wood speaks English with a Detroit accent. He was assembled there, parts, labor and options fully warranted, guaranteed for 100,000 miles a year, small monthly- payments, FOB Detroit. He 'should have been stamped "For Export Only." Dad was a lung surgeon, but son Tim was brought up to be an iceman. His first pair of shoes had runners on them. He fell when he took his first step on dry land, but he cut a perfect figure 8 on his first one on a rink. To this day, he can skate better than he can. walk. That's not surprising. He's been on more ice than sidewalks. He's been on more ice than a polar bear. . People tend to find it difficult to think of anything done in a tuxedo to the strains of Tchaikovsky as athletics. But the world champion figure-skater, which Tim Wood is, is a better athlete than most center fieldersV-a-lot of pulling guards, and almost any golfer. He has spent 8-10 hours a day on skates practicing since he was learning to talk. H IS STOMACH is as flat as a'bullfighter's, his flank so narrow that when he sits down, he clanks. He is champion in a sport where, perforce, you have to perform one day at 7,000 feet without getting dizzy, and the next day at Long Beach, where you have to look up to see the ocean. You can't afford to sweat to win the world's skating title. Judges fault you for lack of .neatness if you do. You can't be too fat, too tall, too fast, too slow. "school figures," whiclTare what they~irnply7sternly-disciplined markings on ice, you have to. be able to etch the equivalent of "God Bless America" lyrics on ice without a-flaw. It's penmanship on ice. The second part of the event appears as abandoned as a Hungarian dancing on his hat. It's a 25 m.p.n. ballet, like doing somersaults on top of a moving train in a snowstorm. You must do all this without mussing your hair, falling down, wrinkling your trousers. ' Even the music can hurt you. One judge may happen not to like Mozart. (Kim once skated to the music from "Hair" but kept his clothes on.) He has skated against people named "Wolfgang Schwarz," who beat him in the "Patinage Artistique" at the Grenoble Olympics, thanks, it is believed, to an error in arithmetic on the part of a Canadian judge, and he has skated against Russians whose names sound like a jammed machine gun. S INCE THE nine judges regularly include six Europeans, tired of-U.S, hegemony, a U.S. skater frequently has to throw a shutout at the opposition to get the gold medal. Tim, who has> airport crowds waiting to see him in places like Vienna, has to carry his own luggage in this country; but he will be on view in his first professional performance with the Ice Capades nightly the next two weeks at the Sports Arena and then will go underground to Long Beach. He will be the one so new *al it he's still looking around to see the judges' numbers but, when you stop to think he came out of Detroit the same year as the Edsel, you can expect some design engineers from Dearborn will be studying body and style to figure out how it was this model captured the European market. •> © The LQS Angeles Times The Minor Leagues MIDWEST LEAGUE WLGB } SOUTHERN LEAGUE Columbus 12 Monlgo'ry jl Savannah 11 ppleton ...... .... 000 002 4Jx— ( 8 0 XoulL Getter (i), Cempos (7) and Dun; Dunbar, Koon, (7" and Arteasa. -Koon, L-Geiger. HR-Burllngton: Or- ities 001 110. 400—7 12 1 001 030 001-5 10 2 d, Stover (6), Barnes (9), Corder («) and Saia'a. fuley, Mlall ft), SI. Clalr 7) ft5<T,f I gone. W—Stover. L-Mtali. HR—QuTncy: Lombardo. . Cedar Rapids 010 000 000-1 5 2 Wis, Rapfts ....... 003 1.10 12x-l 7 4 , Maselfias,T Gills (5).. Beebe (6)7 Jackson (») and Cotlo. Caudcll (J).,Henderson and Scon. L—Maselbas. HR—Wisconsin Rapids: Shotts. anville 000 000 ... 000 000 02x— es 'and " Woods. Loseth, iurqos EyVnJ"(f)l'TiW ft) and La Fra — t 7S i),Street t7)T lartain «) and La France. Autry, Luck 2 ) . C I g.a n o y I e h (6) and Mever. —Ciganoylch; L—Mav. HR—Waterloo: lankey. Lizak. Combs; Danville; Ganner. Stankey, Appjeton a eilntoi ' -*"** GAMES Rapi Upids 'loo TEXASLEAGUf ~ STERN Memphis '"ig-'f—' San Antonio » IJVi iBbiso Worth 2 Asheville THURSDAY'S RESULTS S.B 7 10 4 i 14 6V] * Pirates End Spin) Smash Astros, 9*5 HOUSTON, TEX, (APf -* Al Oliver's two-out single in the eighth inning touched off a four fun Pittsburgh surge Thursday night that downed Houston, 9-5, and ended the Pirates' seven- game losing streak. Another run scored on a Wild pitch by Fred Gladding and two more crossed on a passed ball by Marty Martinez. 'Willie Stargell clouted a three-run homer in the first inning and Bob Robertson fol* lowed with a solo shot^off Don Wilson as the Pirates grabbed a 4-0 lead. Houston tied the score at 5-5 with two in-the seventh. PITTSBURGH HOUSTON ab r h bl ab r h bl Patek ss 4 1 a 0 Morgan 2b—4 00 0 Escape, 9-6, After It's 7-0 • • t • i _ . : n 5120 JAlou rf 5111 Wvnn cf BRoB-rtsn.-lblHJLg^ MAlou cf AOIIver rf Slarqell If Hebner 3b Veale p DalCantn p Walker p Pagan oh "eter pr •lusll p 3011 Pepltone Ib 4010 Edwards c 3000 Gladding p 0000 DWIIson D 0000 RCook p 0000 Beuchmp ph 0100 Bouton D 1010 DILauro p Martinez c Watson c 4100 2210 5121 3000 3012 4011 4000 0000 0000 1110 000 000 .000 0000 1000 Total 369126 Total 72564 "Illsburqh 401 000040— » Houston 200 100 100—5 E—Starqell. DP—Pittsburgh 1, Houston 1. LOB—Plttsburqh 11, Houston 10, 3B— J.May, R.Cook. HR—Staroell (4), B.Robertson (4). S-M.Alou, Patek. IP H R ER BB SO Veale - - - DalCanton Walker (W.4-2) Glustl D.WIIson ..., R.Cook OUTDOOR TIPS Ib UNPLEASANT POOTA0LE ICE BOX, tHECpS, GOPPE6 CANTBfeN, ETC, THAT HAVE BEEN S1SR6D K>& A U5NG PERIOD OP tlME," WASH THEM OUT WITH A SOLUTION OP BAKING SODA. Bouton (L.2-3) DILauro Gladding 61-3 1-3 1-3 : 2 ,-3 52-3 1 2-3 11-31 WP-Gladdlnb" 2. PB-J.May) Martinez: T—3:06. A-17,678. MONTREAL BY 15-8 FOFtCLUB RECORD MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA (AP) — The Expos unleashed a 13-hit attack, including homers by Jim Fairey and Mack_^oges, and buried San Francisco Thursday night, 15-8. The run production was the most for the Expos in their two-year history. x They scored 11 runs four times last year. The Giants took a l-Vtead in the first inning on Willie Mays' 604th career homer, then Fairly 'ashed a three-run homeiv Jones hit his first homer of the year in the eighth. The Giants took a 6-5 lead in heir fifth, but the Expos erupted for six runs in their half. A two-run single by Jack Hiatt highlighted the big inning. SAN FRANCISCO MONTREAL ab r h bi - ab r h bl Bonds rf 4001 Staehle 2b 4222 5010 MJones If a .1 1 i 3211 Hahn cf 1000 Staub rf Hunt 2b Mays cf Jurda Ib (AcCovey Ib WhltaKer If ndersn If -c-^ — 5 000 110 1100 4 1.1 anler ss Perry p Jrvant D Linzv p Mason ph Reberaer Fairly Ib Bfifflfs'b' H !lne C , 0000 4111 3212 5334 i 0 2 1 4112 l l n ft 4131 Morton P 5231 2001 Raymond o 0000 0000 0000 ' 1000 00 0 " MCb'rmck"'p 0 0 0 b Total 38~j San Francisco Montreal teberger P 0000 Taylor ph 1000 Parker Hits Mets With 'Cycle,' 7-4 NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Wes Parker doubled, homered and singled, then delivered a tie-breaking triple in the tenth inning Thursday night as Los Angeles scored three runs and beat the Mets, 7-4. Ted Sizemore opened the tenth by reaching on shortstop Bud Harrelson's throwing error and Willie Davis beat out a bunt. Von Joshua attempted to bunt and catcher* Duffy Dyer threw to second, but Sizemore took off for third and slid around Joe Foy's tag. \fter Jim McAndrew struck out x Joshua, Parker tripled over center fielder Tommie Agee's head and scored on Bill Grabarkewitz's fly. Parker's leadoff homer off starter Ray Sadecki triggered a four-run seventh. \ Agee singled in the first in n i n g , extending his hitting San vtor <R-Mavs M), Fair SB—Fuentes. SF—B 'erry <L,3-4) ...... 41-3 7 *9' iryant 0 o 1 inzy 2-3 2 l eberger 2 32 .tcCormlck 1 3 2 Morton (W.3-0) .... 82-311 B 2' 0 0 1 2 ton(w,3mr.:;:82.3ii i s 4 2 :aymond ........ 1-3, 0 0 0 0 0 Save— Raymond. HBP— by Perry StUb ' bVPerV( - eP - P ' rry - club mark set by Frank Thomas in 1962. LOS ANGELES NEW YORK , Wills s, Kab 5 r , h , bl , Ageecf 'Wfl ilzemore 2b..3 1 00. Harrelson ss 3 2 I 0 VDavIs cf 4131 CJones If 5000 Cosco rl 4000 Shamsky rf 3110 Joshua rf 1000 Boswell 2b 5122 yParker Ib 5243 Jorsensn Ib 3000 Grbkwitr 3b 4 l 2 1 Swoboda rf 1 0 0 o Crawford If 2000 Fov 3b 3000 Aota If 2000 Dyer c 4000 Torborg c 5121 Sadecki p 2000 : oster P 2080 McGraw p o o 0 0 Irewer p 000 O.Cardwell p 0000 »abrlelsn ph 1 0 0 0 Marshall ph 0000 Lamb p 0000 Ondenon ph 1000 Koonce p 0000 Wefc ph 1000 MAndrew p 0000 HUNTZ BLAST RIPS PHILS, 8-2 PHILADELPHIA, PA. (AP)Steve Huntz slammed his fourth lomer and drove in three runs and. Nate. Colbert hit two homers as San Diego defeated the Phillies, 8-2, Thursday night. In the second, Colbert led off with his eighth homer. His second came in the ninth. Huntz, sent up from the Pacific coast League less than two weeks ago, connected in the fourth. SAN DIEGO PHILADELPHIA Total 38 7 12 T Total 35 4 5 2 Los Angeles o 00 000 400 3—7 New York 1 00010 030 0—4 E—Sadecki, Torborg, Grabrkewltz, pshua, Harrelson. DP—Los Angeles 1, Jew York 2. LOB—Los Angeles 7, New •ork 10. 28—W.Parker, Grabrkewltt, prborq, W.Davis. 3B-W.Parker. HR- •V.Parker (2). SB—Harrelson, Agee, "Izemore. S—Foster. SF—Grabrkewltz. IP H R ER BB SO 61-32 1 1 5 3 12-3 - - - . 2 : S-3 : osler "Irewer amb, (W,2-0) adeckl AcGraw 'ardwell .... ;oonce lAcAndrew HBP-bv Lamb (Agee).-Balk-McGraw. —3:23. A—16,552. Sports Today *~-«, Saston cf Ferrara If MUrrell If Colbert Ib OBrown rf Splezio 3b Barton c Dobson p Herbel p. „_ so: 40 L 0000 Money 3b 4222 Hlsle cf 5010 Bates c 4210' Bowa ss '5031 CShort p 4120 Palmer p Total San Oil ........ . ... .nnlngs) j 5. Jacksonville 3 savannah 5. Montgomery 3 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE THURSDAY'S OAAAES Tucson I, Tecoma i INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE .THURSDAY'S GAMES EASTERN LEACUE Reading 64, Elmlr* 2-2 Pawlucket at Manchester, pod Waierbury at Plltsdeia. ppd Stewart Breaks Monaco Record MONTE CARLO, MONACO (AP) — World champion Jackie Stewart of Scotland clipped 1.7 seconds off. the Monte Carlo track record Thursday in setting the fastest time in the first trial session for Sunday's Grand Pri*. Stewart averaged 83.5 miles per hour. Boone Iowa s Finest AUTO Sat. Witt, May 9 T.T. 7:30 ifctI g:30 1 BrISas rf 5 0 0 t 0 DJohnson Ib 4 01 ( 1001 3011 3101 0 00 ( 100( 1001 0001 0001 0001 1000 Hutto ph Selma p Browne ph 38 8 15*7 Total .32 2 6 1 1 13 2 I oprion, uurie. n (4). SB'-Splezlo. IP H RERBBSO Dobson (W.3-J) .... 72-3 4 1 1 - C.Vhort (L,'W)"!'.'.' 1*3 I 3 3 Palmer ., o1-3 4 22 B.wilson 2 311.. Selma 2 3220 WP-Palmer, Dobson. PB-Bales. T- ROMANIAN WINS TEHRAN, IRAN (AP) - Hi Nastase of Romania defeated Taghi Akbari.of Iran, 10-8, in the first round of the Europeai Zone-A Dayis Cup tennis com petition Thursday. (L.l-3) Baseball GREATER DES MOINES Louis. Drake at St. STATE^-Northwestern at lowTl2)rokla- SfnTp'so^'SuVn. 10 ^- 5 ^^"^ 'artburg at Dubuqi Wartbur Iowa, I Iowa. Wesleyan IDWfl, IDWa VV65IC ern Iowa at. Soutl State at Mornings nell at Monmoutn. 'a Statt (2). Luther at Ista at Wl) lam Penn, que, Central at Upper in at Parsons, North- Dakota, South Dakota State at Mornlngside, Coe at Knox, Grin Track .GREATER DES MOINES - Missouri ,..,... . . ., Drake/ Eas , Ame'sV' Roosevelt' a'noT'Variey C at litfanli' ^ lst Cl<:' rneet'..DowTlng, Tech, Lincoln and Valley Conference meet at Drake, East " ~, and North at dl ' ' Roosevelt and " " Southeasrpblk D Sr dlsji fo>; Ankeny,'UrbandaTelhd m s?vdeVln N dill: .Met meet at Jefferson, Korth F«lk, Johnston, Carlisle In district meet at Blairs burg. STATE-Dlstrlct high school meets Grlnnell Invitational. Tennis GREATER DES MOINES - Missqur Valley Conference meet* at Drake (Bird ,5.TftT?.-VY!seonsin at Iowa, <$>$$ In * I f* I t*—— »• ld^WII9MI 01 vitatlonal, Iowa, Conferenc* -neet aj Central, Carlelon a lowa, ville. • i.B.lwllal, iwna WUIIIBIl...., v ,.., .— . , w meet at .Central, Carleton at Northern Iowa, Grlnnell at Knox, Parsons «f Mara Golf GREATER DES MOINES - MiSMur Valley Conference at Drake, C ass AA sectional it Willow Creek" jirli wtlon STATE—District Iowa Conference mee in Iowa City, girls high school section!' Westmar In South Dakota InviUtionil. Shooting Hit by Pitch*Indianapolis Wins in 9tk INDtSNAPOLIS, IND. , (AP) — Indianapolis downed Denver, 4-3, irt the American Association Thursday tiight when Jim Miles hit Bjll Plummer with a pitch in the ninth inning. The Indians had loaded the bases and Miles' bad pitch forced in Al Crawford, who had singled. Denver tied the game in the ninth on Dick Nen's homer. Kurt Bevacqua socked his fifth homer of the season in Indianapolinifth -and Plummer cracked a two-run homer in the seventh. VER abrhbl and 2b s 0 0 :sstle ib imlth rf 'Imenez If INDIANAPOIS 3000 tb r h bl 5020 Mashore cf 4000 4020 Duffy ss 4020 ... ,. 4 1 1 0 Anderson 1b 4010 srleve cf 3 I 1 '0 De la Hoz 3b 3 o 00 urrousTis 3b4 0 1 o Crawford rf IMO illllngs c 4 0 1 1 Swanson If 3 0 l o Mason ss 4021 Woodson p 2000 '-n ph 1111 les P 0000 Armstrong 2b3 0 1 I Plummer c 3 l l ; WMOXP. 1001 Totals 36311 Kernek ph Borbon p Totals 1000 srrrr %?, v nIp.i l -r:::::::::;::;:o°SS Vil "F*«**»«I* B< *D • 1? SB !! v - e<:qu8 on' " s «. 2B ^ Jimenez. 3B - dasNe Plummer (if. fieri ~ Woodson ' Voodson Miles (L, 1-2) Wllcox Borbon (W, 2-1.) 75" IP H 1-3 ", R ER BBSO 3306 . 1 0 10 8 22 1 ° 31105 'BP-by Miles (Plummer). T-2:15. A- NASH BOOSTS IVANSVILLE, 5-1 EVANSVILLE, IND. (AP) Cotton Nash's two-run homer in the first inning started Evansville to a 5-1 victory over Wichita Thursday night. Nash connected after Herman Hill's leadoff bunt single. Winner Danny Morris' went the distance, allowing 10 hits and striking oat three; He had shutout until the ninth. ab r h bl 4210 4020 4011 4112 2000 4110 3000 3011 4011 1110 Camlll 55 4020 Chmbls If . 4010, Cruthrs Ib 4 0 1 o Schnblm rf 4000 Lwnstn 3b-cf 4120 Gnzls 2b Baker cf Suarez c Hlnsfv D Allen p Miller p Cogns oh Sprgue 3b Colbert P Petrsn ph 4020 2000 2011 2000 0000 0000 1000 2010 0000 1000 Hill cf Glovr 2b Nttls 'rf Nash Ib Vasser If Thmpsn ss Becknr 3b Sevcik c Morris p Powl ph-lf .,, T Jil als 34 1 10 1 Totals 33 5 9 5 Wichita '. 000 000 001—1 "vansvltle joo 012 NX—5 E - Spraque. DP-- Wichita 1, Evans- vllle 2. LOB - Wichita t, Evansvllle 8. 2B - S| »frSoS5ig.'lecher: S N F^ Sua'r!? Hjns.ey ,L,,-2, • .i" 5" 3* E 3« B 3 B S ? A en l l 2 2 l n MiMer l, 20003 •olbert 2 10001 Morris (W, 2-1) 9 in l I i j WP-~MiHerrT-^7T30. A - 1.5587"^^ TULSA LOSES 5TH IN ROW, 2-1 TULSA,'OKLA.(AP) - Omaja extended Tulsa's losing streak to five games Thursday night with a 2-1 victory in 11 innings. The Royals' Bill Sorrell doubled to, open the eleventh nd dashed^home on outfielder Bill Wolf's wild throw. _P.aul Splittorffxpf Omaha and 'andy Guzman of^Tulsa pitched rilliantly over the\ first nine nnings. MAHA ab r h bi TULSA \ab r h bi Green If - • - • .•».•.».»• HOMER IN 9TH 10LTSROYALS BALTIMORE, MD. (AP) Frank Robinson crashed three-run homer with-two out in the last of the ninth innjng_arjd boosted the Orioles to a 7 6 vie- tOfy over Kansas City Thursday night. Robinson's shot, on the first pitch from reliever Moe Drabow' ski, jpllowed walks to Terry Crowley and Mary Rettenmund. It gave .the Orioles their sev- enteentlTstraight over the Royals. . Bob Oliver's two-run single in the fifth inning finished" Mike Cuellar and gave the Royals a 4-3 lead, and his homer in the seventh followed a walk to Amos Otis. Oliver, who also doubled in the opening inning, has rapped Baltimore pitching for four of his six homers and 11 of his 20 runs batted in while going 10- for-24 in six games. Dave Morehead yielded a three-run homer to Baltimore's Boog Powell in the first. KANSAS CITY BALTIMORE PKellv rf 4220 Buford If *4 Schaal. ss - 4 l 2 1 Belanger ss 4 o 2 i 3100 Rettenmd ph 0100 b c H ss ^ ^Oliver 3b Hernandz ss =>lnlella If : lore Ib > Alcaraz 2b zRodrgez c \Aorhead p Drbwsky p o s o 4 1 302 =RObinsn rf 5 2 (Powell Ib 4 1 Blair cf 2 3 33 4066 BRoblnsn 3b 4 o o o 5001 DJohnson 2b 4 0 1 3000 Hendrcks c 4010 Cuellar P 0000 Hardln p MLopez p RHall p DMay ph Watt.p Crowley ph 0 4000 o o o 0 1000 0000 0000 1000 0000 0100 357T07 206—6 Total 356126 Total Kansas City ..... 100 120 ., __ . Baltimore . ...... 300 010 001—7 DP— Baltimore 2. LOB— Kansas City 10. Jaltlmore 6. 2B-R.OIiver, Belanger HR— J.Powell (8), R.Oliver (6), ^Robinson (0). SB-P.Kelly, ;l |p Horehead ........ i 2-3 Drabowsky (L.0-2) 2 :uellar .......... 4 Hardln ........... 21-3 vV Lopez ......... 1-3 , Otis. £- Balk—Cuellar. T—0:30. A— 5,063. R ER BB SO 4414 3322 4423 2212 0.02 1 0001 0 2 1 WALTON'S 9TH ' STINGS BOSTON, 5-1 MILWAUKEE, WIS.-(AP) Danny Walton smashed his ninth- home run as the Brewers downed ' Boston, 5-1 Thursday night, continuing their harrass- ment of the Red Sox. It was only the Brewer's Fourth victory — all against Boston'— in the last 21 games. They split 12 games with Boston last year playing as the fledgHng^Seaitle-Eiloti TConlalro rf 3 0 6 0 Walto'n If .'. .-'.". „ : : 0 Hovley " Scott Ib .4000 Kublak. ss jorel Ib !lco 3b farrlson 2b Sprngs rf lealv c Slrble cf-lf loos ss Sptorf p Jrlhvph Mntgdo p Totals 40 2 II ab r h bl 3121 4120 5010 5000 5 0 2 0> 5000 5010 4000 2000 TULSA Cllr 2b Nossk n Pitts 3b Thomas Ib Mlndz cf Mrphy If Davnn ss 8 lerud c uzman p 000 Dmelr ph 0000 Wolf rf Smbera p -Ulp p >chofleld ph -yle P Derrick ph Total - 33 1 71 Total 27 5 4 3 Boston .......... 000000010—1 Milwaukee ...... 100 000 1 3 x— J E— Harper, Kublak, Andrews. DP— Jos ton 1, Milwaukee 1. LOB— Boston 8. Milwaukee 4. 2B— Harper. HR— Walton »). SB-Yastrzemskl. Culo (L.2-4) ....... 7 3 4010 V!B Krausse'(W,3-5)' ^elnar 0 0 2.1 3 0 00 20 4015 3000 1000 1000 0000 Totals 001 000 maha' ulsa 000 ON ; E - Wolff, Davon. DP - Oh ulsa 1. LOB — Omaha 8, Tulsa 1. 82 z B ; HR^&0 S ) 0rrel1 ' 3B - Melen ' pittorff ', P V ( ? E ? B 4 BS ? Monteagudo (,W 2-1) 2 20000 >uzman 9 61138 Sembera (L, 0-1) 2 21102 HBP — Coulter (by Spittorff); WP - ^uzman; PB — Olerud. T —2:30. A —1,101, 7-1 Bishop Tallest Ever for Royals CINCINNATI, OHIO (AP). The Royals of the v national Bas- setball Association, who have io'ng been Hurting "for' a big man, Thursday signed 7-fooLJ-. inch Charles Bishop — the tallest player they have ever had. Bishop, a 250-pounder from Louisiana Tech, averaged 12.5 points and 8.7 rebounds during the past college season. Walton's 420-foot blast opened the Milwaukee half of the' seventh inning to give the Brewers a 2-1 lead. BOSTON MILWAUKEE ab r h bf ab r h bi Andrews 2b 4020 Harper 3b nceb 4 2 ?elchardt If 4000 McMulln 3b 1 \ JAIIen 2b 3020 Johnstone cl 4 1 ARodrqez 3b 3 0 1 0 A?cue c 40 Joseboro c 300 o~TMorchy~p JO -Oleman p 1 0 0 0. Shellenbk p 0000 French ph 1 0 0 0 Such o 0000 Jnser oh 1000 Hannan p 0 0 0 0 RSmlth cf Ystrmskl If TConlQlro rf Petroclll ss 4000 Hegan Ib 3 0 1.1 Snyder cf 4006 Hoylev rf Alvarado 3b 4 0 2 0 Kennedy 2b Moses c 4020 Roof c -Ulp p 200-0 Krausse D 0100 Gelnar p 0000 1000 4002 3121 3000 4000 3000 2000 2000 0100 Save—Gelnar. A— 8,194. 1 1 •?Sri WP-Krausse. R ER BB SO 2 2 3 5 3131 1 1 3 5 0 0 0 1 T-3:05/ Stott to Race At Knoxville (The Register's Iowa News Service) KNOXVILLE, IA. - Prompter Marion Robinson again will try to open the Orel of weekly Friday night stock car races tonight and Ramo Stott of Keokuk is scheduled to compete.* Last week's scheduled opener and super-modified races, were canceled because of rain; The supers will run Saturday night. Stott Mil drive a 1970. Plymouth Roadrunner.Lem Blankenship, also of Keokuk, will drive a '6% .Roadrunner... The first event is scheduled for 8 o'clock. WAS DERBY FIELD BIG? INGLEWOOD, CALIF. (AP)Seventy-two 3-year-olds have been nominated for the $100,000- added Hollywood Derby June 27, it was announced Thursday. STATE-Stock cars «t Knoxvilli, Stuart nortdn WAX! 797 L »p Opea D*ily 9^0 to Moa, *tU 9 White Blasts Rip A*3,7.3 OAKLAND, CALIF. (AP) - Switch-hittimjrRoy White belted homers — one Wo from each side of the plate — aiid powered the New York Yankees to a 7-3 victory over the A's Thursday night. It was the eighth consecutive game in which White has driven in at least one run. White started the Yanks to _ .._ ... __ victory when he^cwffiected. bat-1 troit's first with a single and ting left-handed off Roland Fin-1 then Perry pitched a perfect gers in the first inning following OLIVA HOMER DETROITj MICH. (AP) Jim Perry pitched a one-hitter until Detroit scored four runs in the seventh, but Minnesota's Twins hung on to beat the Tigers, 9-6, Thursday night. Perry (5-1) had a 7-0 lead —thanks to a two-run homer by Tony Oliva in the first and a three-run blast by Harmon Killebrew in the seventh — before the Tigers shelled him. Dick McAuliffe led off De- singles by Horace Clarke and Bobby Murcer. White then wrapped .. .,,. .. the eighth, again following sin gles by Clarke and Murcer. Batting right-handed, he unloaded against Paul Lindblad. NEW YORK OAKLAND tt^b "^^ C ' im ^ nrlS nircer ct . /hlte I! :ater Ib Jletary rf Woods ph Michael ss FPetersn o McDanlel p 3000 Monday cl 3220 FAlou If (Ck Totaf 34 ? New York .... Oakland "L— F.Peterson 4336 RJackson rf 4000 Bando 3b 3011 Rudl ,1b 1000 Diftican c 4 0 40 „...,_._ i BJohnso.. ... . . Roland p. 00 Francona ph Odom pr Lindblad o 0 Fernandz oh Mlncher oh . . Seoul P 00 game until he walked McAuliffe to lead off the seventh. The Twins scored lone runs it up in in the second and third off Joe Niekro (3-2), and got two more off reliever P'red Scherman in the eighth. One of the runs came on a double steal, Rod Carew scoring as Oliva raced to second. 3100 5011 4010 •jj]l JGreen 2b 401 Inaers p 100 Uohnson Ph 1 1 Tovar ct S arew 2b llva rl 0 0 10 00 ' Total 300 1.0 100 Oil i, olbbs. DP—Oakland 1. •k 2, Oak and 9. 28— HR-Whlte 2 (3), Bando Monday. S-Monday. F.Peterson (W.3-2) WcDanlel ..... ingers (L,l-l) ... Fin Pol (oland .Indblad SWul Save—McDanlel. 11-3 T— 2:18. A- 4,272 ANGELS CRUSH SENATORS, 8-0 ANAHEIM, CALIF. (AP) The Angels backed the. four-hit pitching of Tom Murphy with a 13-blow assault against four Washington pitchers Thursday. night for an ft-0 victory. Jim Spencer, raising his average 46 points to .367, paced the California attack with a triple and three singles. -yMex Johnson had three singles for the Angels and boosted his average 17 points to .347. MINNESOTA ab r h bl DETROIT 3 2 1 422. 4322 0 MAullffe 2b 1 bJones 3b 3b Kiifebrew 3b 4 1 3 3 KaMne'Tf Ib Qulllcl 3b Reese Ib Holt If Ratllff c Mltlerwld c Cardenas ss JPerry p Perrnoskl p 0000 Cash .. 4021 Stanley pr 5110 WHorlon If 2010 Northrup cf 3000 Freehan c 5000 Szolkwlci ts 3000 Maddox iSh 1000 Gutierrez ss JNIekro p Hlller p Robertsn P Schermn p Price ph Tlmermn o (Brown ph ab r h bl 4220 3110 1000 4000 Tolal Minnesota Detroit . E-Cash, Detroit 1. 2000 ins 0000 0000 0000 1000 0000 1000 3J9127 Total 36 6 9 5 M. 211 00031 «—» 010 000 411 — 4 .. 2. DP—Minnesota 2, Minneota 8, Detroit 4. -etrolt 1. LOB-Mlnneot'a 8",'"beTrbTt 4".' 2B—Carew 2,..Cash. 3B-W.Horton. HR— pllva" (5), "fcllTebTew SB—Carew, Oliva. (8), Freehen (3). IP H R ER BBSO J.Perry, (W.S-1) ... 61-3 4 4 3 1 4 Porranoskl 22-35 2 1 0 1 J.Niekro (L.4-2) ..21-37 4 3 0 4 Hlller 32-3 12244 Robertson o 21100 Scherman 222223 Tlmmorman 1 0 0 0 0 1 Save—Perranoski. A—11,591. WP-Hlller. T-3:M. DM.-Grid Team Signs Boehland Mel Boehland, two-time all- league performer with the Des Moines Warriors of the old Professional Football League, Thursday signed with the Des Moines Vikings as a player- coach. Boehland, a 255-pound dcfen- WASHINGTON CALIFORNIA ab r h bl ab r h bl 3rnkman ss 4000 Alomar Jb 4000 Stroud cf 3000 Reooz rf i i 5 i . . , , , " , .,. ., =Howard ib 3 o i o Frj-gosi-H— 3 i o o J sive tackle, played with the - 4 , , o Total Washington California .... E-T.Murphv, Washington 3, 30 0 4 0 33 8 13 8 B.AIIen. California 2. LOB Coleman (L,,-2, ...' P 22-3 H8 Wl 50 hellenback 11-31 o o 0 _uch tannan .Murphy (W.4-2) . 9 T-2:02. A- 6,301. . 1 0000 4002 Minnesota Vikings in 1965 after starring at North Dakota University. He will be in charge of the defensive line. Women's Golf AT WAVELAND: A group — Rosin Booth and Elolse Mattern; B group — Diane Steele. Transfer Louis ToV. A. Hospital DENVER, COLO. (AP) Joe Louis, former world heavyweight boxing champion, Thursday was transferred from Colorado Psychiatric Hospital to the' Veterans Administration Hospital here at his own request. Louis, 56, indicated a willingness to receive further treatment from private doctors associated with the V.A. hospital. Louis was admitted to the University of Colorado Medical Center, facility May 1 on a "hold for treatment" order issued by a Denver judge. Gumout CIMM your • carburetor wbili OMAHA, NEBRASKA Greyhound Announces Direct Service to T^ack AK-SAR-BEN RACE TRACK SPECIAL SCHEDULES LEAVE EVERY SATURDAY FROM GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT 505 GRAND AVENUE, DES MOINES, IOWA RACING BEGINS ON MAY 1ST AND ENDS -JULY 4TH, 1970 _ Ear JflfsKMlUuLlelehoni 243-5211 AND MAKE YOUR PLANS FOB A FUN FILLED DAY _AT THE RACES — POST TIME 2:00 P.M. Wi-fiKYHQJJND DEPOT DES MOINES-10:00 AJM. AR^AK=SAR4IN IACI TRACK OMAHA-12:30 P.M. LV: AK.SAR-BEN RACE TRACK OMAHA-30 M1N. AFTER LAST RACE AR: GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT DES MOlNES-Z'/a HOURS Minimum Age 20 Admission to Track $1.00 ------- Rwndtrlp Ticket $8,W (Rates Subject to Change Without Notice) 4 FOR SPECIAL SCHEDULE INFORMATION C4LL HHtll 505 GRAND AVE., DES MOINES, IOWA 50309

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