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70 em 1 RO PbocBfr, Sat., Aug. 15,197(1 p^J\ FARE Pirates lower Padres twice Associated Press PITTSBURGH - Luke Walker fired a six-hitter and drilled a two-run single to ignite an eight-run inning after Steve Blass and Orlando Pena combined for a four-hitter in the first game to give the Pittsburgh Pirates a 2-1, 10-1 doubleheader sweep over the San Diego Padres last • night. Walker's single with the bases loaded came in the fifth inning of the nightcap after Gene Alley was safe on an error by Jose Arcia, Dave Cash singled and Jerry May walked. May scored on a force out and another run crossed when Al Oliver's grounder went through first baseman Nate Colbert for a three-base error. Willie Stargell followed with his 23rd homer for two more runs and Bob Robertson and Alley singled before Jack Baldschun relieved San Diego starter Pat Dobson. Cash g r e e t e d Baldschun with a two-run triple to cap the uprising. Seven of the runs were unearned. Walker, 10-3, struck out nine on the way to his fifth consecutive victory, and delivered one of two eighth inning runs with another single. Blass went six innings in the opener, his first start in a month after being hit by a line drive on his right elbow, and allowed only two hits. Pena, who picked up his second victory against no de- feats, went the last three and yielded the Padres' run on two hits. Roberto Clemente broke a scoreless tie with a solo homer, his 13th, in the seventh inning. May then tripled and scored when Robertson walked and Oliver hit into a double play. FIRST SAN DIEGO ab r h bl Arcia ss 3000 Stahl ph looo Dukes p 0000 Campbell 2b 4000 Giants get split 4020 GAME ' PITTSBURGH MAlOU cf ' Cash 2b Clemente rf SK8VT BRobrtsn Ib AOIiver If 2000 - 3 - 0 ^o° Total 31 1 4 1 Total 27 1 S \ Sin Diem Pittsburgh •ff!f!fflS=l Associated Press ST. LOUIS - Bobby Bonds drilled a two-out, run-scoring double in the 10th inning last night, giving the San Francisco Giants a 5-4 triumph over St. Louis and a split in their twi-night doubleheader. The Cards had taken the opener, 2-1, on Dick Dietz' throwing error in the 13th inning. Frank Johnson, the Giants' left fielder, who had thrown Leron Lee out at the plate in the Cards' ninth, had singled before Bonds' game- winning double. Ron Hunt's two-run pinch- homer in the eighth of the nightcap had tied it at 4-4 for the Giants. Richie Allen's run-scoring grounder gave the Cards a run in the fifth and Lou Brock socked a two-run homer in the sixth. St. Louis scored a single run in the seventh on Jose CardenaPs run-scoring triple. E-Cash. DP—san Dleoo 2. LOB—San Diepo 3, Pittsburgh 3. JB—M.Alou, Spiezio. 3B-J.May. HR-Ciemente (13- D.Roberts (L,5-tO) 7 S * ~ 1 0 . Dukes Bl lass Pena (W.2-0) T-l:50. ill T ! i SECOND GAME SAN DIEGO PITTSBURGH ab.rhbl. _ . . ab r h bl Arcia ss Slocum 2b Gaston cf OBrown I f OBrown If Colbert Ib Murrell rf t piezio 3b arton c Cannizzro c Dobson p Baldschn o F:rrara ph Willis D 4000 Patek ss 5 0 0 0 4011 MAl lou cf S 101 IIver If 4100 4 0 1 0 S K T A R G E LL 3010 AOIIver If 41 S K T A R G E L tarsell rf 513 4010 4010 0000 2000 OOQQ 0 .lines If 0000 Robrtsn Ib 4 1 l-o 4320 4233 'aTkVo 4023 Mets split with Braves FIRST SAN FRANCISCO ab r h bf Mays cf McCovev Ib ersn If GAME ST. LOUIS Brock If Javier 2b RcnAllen Ib Torre 3b Cardenalhcf Simmons c Maxvlll ss Davallllo ph Crostv ss Carlton D CTavlor ph Total 41 l 6 i Total r None out when winning run scors 001 Henders Dletz c Hart 3b Lanler ss Marlchal D BTavlor oh McMahon p So'io 40?°0 50)0 5110 3000 1000 0000 abrhbf sm Isf? 4010 2000 0 0 idSu Brewers tip Tribe in 11 on miscue MILWAUKEE (AP)-Eddie Leon hobbled Jim Hegan's two-out bouncer, scoring Max Alvis in the llth inning, giving the Milwaukee Brewers a 4-3 victory over the Cleveland Indians last night. Pinch hitter Tito Francona opened the inning with a double off loser Dean Chance, 77. Alvis pinch ran and was sacrificed to third before Gerry McNertney, hitting for winning reliever Bob Bolin, 5-9, walked. Tommy Harper then struck out before Hegan's bouncer was kicked by second baseman Leon. The Indians tied it in the fourth at 3-3 on a pair of runs. Leon tripled and came home on Jack Heidemann's single. Heidemann reached third on Dave May's error and scored on a sacrifice fly. Ray Fossee's single had given Cleveland and 1-0 lead in the first but the Brewers got three runs in the third on a two-run single by Tommy Harper and a sacrifice fly. Dodger bats sting Cubs 4 1 1 Louis of Total 321 4 1 Total 37 10 12 9 San Diem Pittsburgh 000 01 00001 JlO—1 0 2 x —10 E—Arcia, Gaston, Colbert. DP—Ean gleao 1, Pittsburgh 1. LOB-San QfraoS, Pittsburgh 4. 2B—Spieiio. Ba-ton. OB— Cash, Slocum. Alley. HR—Stargell (24). SB—Alley 2, Cash. IP H !* ER BB SO 42-3 7 .9 1 1 4 21-3 1 0002 Dobson (L.8-12) Baldschun Willis Walker (WYIO-3) T—2:17. A-26,979. J : i M i Phils edge Reds; Wise's hit helps Associated Press CINCINNATI - .Starting pitcher Rick Wise ignited a three-run fifth inning with a double, helping the Philadelphia Phillies to a 5-4 victory over Cincinnati last night. The Phils scored a pair of unearned runs in the fourth on Johnny Bench's wild throw but Cincinnati tied it in the bottom of the inning onBer- nie Carbo's two-run homer, his 20th. Wise, 10-10, who needed seventh inning relief help, opened the fifth with a bloop double and came home on Oscar G a m b 1 e 's single. A bases loaded walk to Ron Stone forced in another run and Johnny Briggs' cracked a sacifice fly for the other. The Reds got two runs in the ninth on Bobby Tolan's single. The Reds lost All-Star third baseman Tony Perez in the fourth when he was spiked on the right foot by Briggs on a play at third. Perez is expected to be out for a few days. Reds starter Wayne Simpson also left the game after third inning with a sore right arm. PHILADELPHIA ab r h bi Doyle 2b 5030 Gamble cf 5121 Briggs If 4220 DJohnson Ib 4 1 1 o RStone rf 3011 Money 3b Bowa ss MRyan c Wise D Wenz D Hoerner o 1001 4000 4000 3110 1000 0000 CINCINNATI Rose rf Tolan cf Perez 3b McRae 3b Granger P E orrales oh ench c Carbo If LMav Ib Helms 2b Woodwrd ss Slmoson P Behnev o Washbrn P Cllne Ph Gullet D Bravo oh Conceocn ss nu 3010 0000 1000 4110 3122 4000 4 C 1 0 3110 1000 0000 0000 1000 0000 1000 1110 ATLANTA (AP) - Wayne Garrett's three - run homer in the seventh inning of the nightcap helped the New York Mets to a 4-2 victory over Atlanta last night after Hal King's first major league grand slam homer eased the Braves to a 10-2 triumph in the opener of the twi-night doubleheader. King's grand slam was the 40th this year in the National League, tying the league record set in 1969. Garrett's 10th homer greeted Braves' reliever Julio Navarro and scored Dave Marshall and Tommie Agee, who had rapped consecutive singles off starter Pat Jarvis, 13-10. Duffy Dyer started the Met rally with a solo homer. The Mets fell three games off the pace in the Eastern Division, as Pittsburgh swept a pair from San Diego. Orlando Cepeda staked Atlanta to a 2-0 lead by driving in one .run with an infield grounder in the first inning and another in the third with a single. Southpaw Jerry Koosman won his seventh in 13 decisions, before being lifted for a pinch - hitter in the seventh. Total 34 5 10 3 Total 36 4 13 4 Philadelphia Cincinnati 8 00 2 JO 000—5 00 100 002—4 E—Bench, Conceoclon. DP— Philadelphia 4, Cincinnati 1. LOB— Philadelphia 8, Cincinnati 10. 2B—Perez, R.Stone, Wise, Helms, HR—Carbo (20). SF—Money. W,se (W.10-10, l? --* ******* Wenz Hoerner Simpson acMlivV \l-iV Washburn Gullet Sranger Save—Hoerner. 222 222 0 1 0 ' 0 1 - _ - _ 40 2-300000 1 2 0 ?l-3 ! § 3 2 1 0 2 20 HBP-by (Money). T—3:05. A—31.604. 0 0 _ 002 Simpson Gibbs' HR pins KC in lOtk 3-2 Associated Press NEW YORK - JakeGibbs siammed a leadoff homer in the 10th inning, giving the New York Yankees a 3-2 victory over the Kansas City Royals last night. Gibbs' si*th homer of the season pinned Kansas City righthander Dick Drago with his eighth straight defeat. Drago gave up six hits before • the deciding blow. Lindy McDaniel picked up the victory in relief of Fritz Peterson, who limited the Royals to five hits for the first nine innings. The Yankees tied the score in the seventh on Bobby Murcer's 19th homer. KANSAS CITY .., .. . abrhbl Otis cf Plnlella If ROIIver Ib Schaal 3b severson ss ERodrsez c Drago o 311 200 401 400 NBW YORK ab r h bi 4001 4010 4000 4111 4010 4300 4121 3110 3010 0_0 00 Total 34 2 5 2 Total 3T3~7~3 None out when winning run scored. - LyttliV} 2 Gibbs c ~. - - 0 Kynnev 3b 4000 FPetersn a McDaniel p <• ,,2B—F.Peterson, Baker. H • (19), Gibbs (6), SB-Rolis. Drago (L,6-12) F.Peterson 9 McDaniel (W,M) 1 T— 2:11. A W,M) -10,350. Dive titles defended LOS ANGELES (AP) - Jim Henry of Indiana University and Air Force Capt. Micki King of Long Beach, Calif, defended their National AAU diving titles last night in Los Angeles Swim Stadium. The 22-year-old Henry, representing the Bloomington, Ind. Gatorade Swim Club, led from start to finish in the men's one-meter springboard event, compiling 550.95 points. Don Dunfield of Santa Clara, Calif. Swim Club was second at 538.98. Henry lost his three-meter springboard title Thursday night to Craig Lincoln of Minneapolis who finished 19th among 42 entries in the one meter preliminaries, failing to qualify for the semifinals. Capt. King, who was third Thursday night in the women's one-meter finals, moved from fifth place in the preliminaries to second in the semifinals. Then she executed a reverse pike that averaged eiiht points and triumphed going away, 460.90 to 447.27 for phn]ip s eg teammate, Jer- rieAdair. Wright wins 16th ANAHEIM (AP)-Clyde Wright won his 16th game of the year and contributed a three-run homer as the CaJi- forma Angels stopped the Detroit Tigers, 7-3, Jast night to move within 4% games of the Minnesota Twins in the American League West. Wright worked six innings before Paul Doyle and Andy Messersmith collaborated to keep the Tigers at bay. Two ef the three runs off Wright, 16-9, were unearned as are- suit of three Angel miscues. Tom Reynolds added a two-run homer, his first of (he year, to assist the Califor- ina ailack game behind Oakland. DETROIT CALIFORNIA Stanley cf 5000 Alomar 2b *4*i PfVM'fSfSS 1 c *"\;&feisr • 0 "Wllll* Freehan c . , Pattartan p 0 i Cash. Ib 1 0 Northruo rf S Went 3b 40 Maddox If 30 GSrown ph 0 Schermn p 0 LaGrow o 0 GuTierrez ss 3 >Jon*« 2b t —— o 0 Price c 2 Total 36 3 6 3 Total 7 9 7 Otirttl C«IH»rni» o« t } 1 1 I | »-) »>a HI MX- 7 encer. LOB— ' Ulich (L,10-14) Reed PfitteriWi Scherrnon 1 oCrort r "iViivi'i ' « '«. • 1 t "n H K ER BB SO " 0 - . - 1 00,2 000 * <, 3 1 racing tonigKI >PM WED. thru SUN. r!»I • fcClllllt NIDI Glass-enclose* Iwiitwl Phony 2?3-7ilJ for R«i«rv««i0n« »nd Bound-Trip tut Information. CRtHOUHD PARK •(' (It i ••..'. •; K i !. It,It Ron Reed, 5-5, allowed a pair of runs in the first inning of the opener, but finished with a four - hitter. Reed drove in the lead run in the fourth with a bases - loaded, two - run single to right, giving Atlanta a 3-2 lead. It was only his second hit of the year. DP— Sf. St. Louis . — Brock, Mav Davallllo. S-Marichal, Maxvl tl Louis 2. LOB— San Franctsco 5. 10. 2B— Brock, Mavs, McCovev a Marichal , } McMahon (L.7-4) 0 1 j Carlton 9 51 ChTavlor (W.S-4) 4 10 WP-AAcMahon. T-3:0«. vs, Mc lll, H * E1 CLEVELAND ab r h bi Foster If 4011 Nettles 3b Pinson rf Fosse c Sims Ib THorfon Ib Uhlaendr cf Leon 2b Heidemn ss Dunning p Austin p MILWAUKEE ab r h bi . Harper 3b 5012 0 Hegan Ib 020 DMay cf 2011 Burda rf 2000 Savage rf 2000 Walton If 5000 Snyder If 5 J 2 0 Pena ss 1 1 Root c 4 1 3011 W8 2000 4000 1000 4100 4110 0 0 13 00 Hlaglns Camilll ph Hand p L Brown ph Chance p 1000 Francona ph 1 0 i 6 0000 Alvis pr 0100 0 1000 Kublak 2b 312 1000 Lockwood p 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ellsworth P 0 0 0 0 1000 Bolin P 1000 0000 MNertny ph 0000 SECOND CAME SAN FRANCISCO ST. LOUIS ab r h bl ab r h bi Bonds rf 4022 Brock If 6 112 Fuenfes 2b 5010 Javier 2b 5120 Hendersn cf 4121 CTavlor rf 3010 McCovev Ib 3000 Hague Ib 1000 Hart If 4 0 0 0 RchAllen Ib 1001 Mays cf 0000 Bauchmp Ib 0 1 0 o Total 37 3 8 3 Total 35 4 8 3 Two out when winning run scored. Cleveland . 100 i o o 00000-3 Milwaukee ..031 000 000 01—4 FIRST NEW YORK ab rh b! Agee cf 4000 Harrelson ss 2 0 0 0 Kranpool ph 1000 V/eis ss ' • 0000 Singleton rf Shamsky Ib C Jones If Garrett 3b B Ob we 11 2b Grote c Ryan p McGraw p Marshall ph RTavlor R 3100 4112 4022 3000 3000 3000 2000 0000 GAME ATLANTA ab r h bi SJackson ss 4210 Mlllan 2b - - - - HAaron rf JHall rf Cepeda Ib Carty If Lum If Gonzalez cf Kinq c CBoyer 3b Reed P 5110 3110 0000 4113 3221 1000 3210 2114 3000 3012 Gallasher 3b 3 0 0 0 Lee rf McMahon p 1000 Torre 3b RGIbson c 2000 Cardenal cf 1100 Simmons c 2110 Maxvlll ss 2112 Reuss p . _ 1000 ChTavlor o FJohnson If 2110 Gibson Ph Hilgendrf D Davalillo ph Dietz c Lanier ss Hunt 2b Pillock p 0000 4010 5 0 3-1 5010 2100 2000 0000 1000 0000 1000 E—Dunn na, D.May, Lockwood, Leon. DP—Cleveland 1. Milwaukee 1. LOB— Cleveland 10, Milwaukee 11. 2B—Hegan, Pinson, Francona. 3B—Leon, Kublak. S— Kublak 4, Bolin. SF-Hegan, Foster. IP H R ERBBSO 4. . 5 3 2 3 3 Dunning Austin Hlgglns Hand Chance (L.7-7) Lockwood Ellsworth Bolin (W,5-10) HBP-by A—12,780. 1-3 32-3 2-3 i 2-3 41-3 Lockwood (Sims). T—3:29. Total 34 5 8 5 Total San Francisco St. Louis .. 36 4 9 4 000 001 120 1—5 000 012 100 0—1 1000 0000 Total 30 2 3 4 Total New York Atlanta .200 0 0 o 000—2 100 200 4 J x -10 DP—St. Louis 1. LOB—San Francisco 3 St. Louis 12. 28—Fuentes, Cardenal Bonds 2. Henderson. 3B—Cardenal. HR— 1 2 McMahon (W.B-4) 31-33 0 0 2 31 10910 Reuss 72-35 4 4 2 ChTaylor 1-31 000 Hilgendorf (L.0-2) 2 211" WP-Pitlock. T-3:18. A—36.349. E—C.Jones. DP—Atlanta 1. LOB—New York 4, Atlanta 7. HR—King (9), Cepeda (2«). S—Reed. SF—Carty. IP H R ER BB SO Ryan (L.6-8) 4 43353 McGraw 3 34421 R.Taylor 1 23311 Reed (W,5-5) 9 32230 WP—McGraw. T—2:22. SECOND GAME NEW YORK ab r h bi Agee cf 4120 Garrett 3b 4113 Clndenon Ib 4000 Shamsky rf 4010 Swoboda rf 0000 CJones If 4010 Boswell 2t> 4010 Dyer c 4111 Harrelson ss 4 0 0 0 Koosman p 1000 Marshall ph 1 l 1 0 Folkers p 1000 ATLANTA ab r h bl 5110 312o 100o 5000 5022 Total 35 4 8 4 Total 34 2 S 2 New York Atlanta 000 1 0 1 000 000 400 — 4 000 — 2 LOB—New York 5, tlanAta 12. 2B— Koosman (W,7-6) Folkers Jarvis (L,13-10) Cardwell T* H R ER BB SO 62243 20021 "4412 rdwell .1 00001 Balk—Koosman, Folkers. T—2:54. — 27,920. A talMtii iMtlt, Steal Arakl«pt«t, •••prtnt Cork Sol*. OMU liM to I:M - Sal. I to 4:M MARTINS UNIFORMS J524 E McDowell Ph. 258-1029 Putting Al Santa Maria When was the last time you honestly felt that you were really treated like a customer? Have you ever felt that you were the most important person ever to walk into a place of business? Have you ever sensed that you were doing the talesman a favor by giving him the opportunity to terve you? When was the last time you expected ... and got . . . friendly, straightforward talk about your partieu. lar needs? And when was the last time a salesman told you that perhaps something for less money would do exactly the same job for you? T People like Al Santa Maria and Rax Glynn, shown •bove, are real salesmen. They know only too well that the most important person in their business life is you ... the customer. Give them a try. R U DO L PlH 27th JIVE. I WEST CAME10ACK ROAD P»18B« 264-72IJ GOLDEN HILLS COUNTRY CLUB 18 HOLE COURSE OPEN TO PUBLIC IEDUCID SUMMER •MIN PttS PRO-SHOP PHONE Nr ttirtkn Tim. 969-4400 South of Apache Trail — i Miles East of MOM on Powtr Road- Bush Hiihway in tht valley! CHICAGO (AP) - The Los Angeles Dodgers spotted Chicago five first - inning runs, then combined a 17-hit attack with three costly errors to sail to a 13-9 victory over the Cubs yesterday. Billy Grabarkewitz had two home runs and a triple, Maury Wills five hits, Wes Parker three runs - batted - in and Willie Davis a two - run triple for the Dodgers. Garbarkewitz hit his 14th homer in the fith with none on and led off the seventh with another solo blast. Joe Pepitone's grand-slam homer highlighted the Cubs' five - run first. Singles by Glenn Beckert and Billy Williams and a walk to Jim H i c k m a n preceded Pepitone's 15th homer of the year and bis first as a Cub. Starting pitcher Jim Colborn capped the inning with a run scoring single. The Dodgers began scoring m the third on a single by Wills, an error and Davis' triple. Davis scored on shortstop Don Kessinger's error. Los Angeles went ahead to stay in the fourth. Grabarke- witz opened the inning with a triple and Willie Crawford walked. Reliever Fred Norman bunted but Ron Santo threw the ball past first as both runners scored, and Norman went all the way to third. Wills then doubled Norman home. Williams, John Callison and Randy Hundley, along with Pepitone, all homered for the Cubs and Jim Lefebvre, a defensive replacement for the Dodgers, hit a two-run shot in the eighth. LOS ANGELES ab r h bl Wills ss 5251 Russell rf 4230 WDavis cf 6322 WParker 1b 6013 Mailer c Mota ph Torborq c Siiemore 2b Lefebvre 2b Grbkwltr 3b Crawford If Sutfon p Norman p Hough p CHICAGO 000 001 TOGO 4010 llll 4100 0000 1101 3010 Total 43131711 Kessinger ss Beckert 2b BWIIIams If Hickman 1b Pepitone cf Santo 3b Callison rf Hundley c Colborn p Gura p WSmith ph RRodrgez p Pizarro p Spansler ph Decker p Popovich ph Total 39912*9 ab rh bl 6020 6 1 2 0 4221 2110 5114 3100 4221 4112 1011 1000 1000 0000 0000 1000 OOQQ 0 0 Los Angeles Chicago ...003 313 120 —13 ...500001 1 0 2- » E—Colborn. Kessinger, Santo. DP— Chicago 1. LOB—Los Angeles 9, Chicaqo 11. 26—Wills. 3B-W.Davis. Grabrkewiiz. HR—Pepitone (15), Grabrkewitz 2 (15), B.WIIIarns (33), Callison (14), Lefebvre (2), Hundley (4). S—Russell. Nnrman. 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