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_2-S DKS MOTNF.S REGISTER S*t., May 9, 16.70 rWortrt -z.-^";-- Mays Dumps Homers* 7*1 NEW YORK, N.Y. TAP)—Willie Mays drilled , two home runs and Bobby Bonds one asi San Francisco routed the Mets, 7-1,_. .Friday night and gave rookie right-hander. Mi g u e 1 Puente his first major league victory. ' \ • Mays gave Puente. celebrating his twenty-second birthday, All the support he -n.eed.ed, cracking a solo bonier In the first and a two- run shotjn the sixth off loser Gary Gefitty. Mays has "six homers this "Thdftk goodness ths wafer's celd time .he-gets-lKe bo^f"unH^blce3 h By the, e won't and GO&Nifetime. He single in aNhree-fun season added a eighth, ....... Bonds crashed an throttle Instead of the brake . " Iowa State Winner, Then Bows CflRB23RD '» Tommie Agee extended his hitting streak to 19 games with a seventh-inning single, snapp: ing the Met mark of 18 set by Frank Thomas in 1962. Big Ten Standings W L* Ohio State 8 'o Minnesota 8 2 4 4 4 4 twn• Wisconsin IWO | p ur (j ue W. lowa 5 Mich. Slate 2 Indiana 3 Mlchlqan 2 Northwstrn 1 L. G.B. AMES, IA. - Mike Ellens' two-out single drove in .runs in the sixth inning bOOSted IflWa State tO a 2-1 Bigj • < The .Register's lowa News Service) Eight victory over Oklahoma! IOW A CITY, IA. - Mark State, in the first game of aiTschopp's two-hitter paced doubleheader Friday. j Iowa to 3-0 victory over North- Puente -<The league-leading Cyclones!western in the first game of rirrtnnprittionirfhtnp, 53. whLii lHni ^"h"nrlrr rilil.i, lull Illl SAN FRANCISCO NEW YORK ab r h bi ab r h bl Bonds rf .-5221 Aqee cf 5010 3110 Harrelson ss 5333 Clones If 5001 Shamsky rf 3021 Boswell 2b 0100 Jorqensn Ib 3010 Garrett 3b 4010 Dyer c 4001 Kranpool ph i 0 0 0 Hudson p Marshall ph . Cardwell p Koonce p Swoboda ph Hunt 2b Mays cf McCovey Ib Hendersn If BTaylor rf Dleti c Fuentes 3b Lanier ss Puenle o INDIANS WHIP DENVER BY 8-3 , INDIANAPOLIS, IND. (AF»)The Indians uncorked five' runs in the second inning and went on to defeat Denver, 8-3, • in American Baseball Association 'baseball Friday night. Solo homers accounted for the Bear runs. Tom Grieve cracked one in the seventh, spoiling Bill Harrelson'j; shutout. Jim Mason and Dick Nen both homered in the eighth. Stan Swanson belted, a solo home run in the seventh for In dianapolis. l-UBNVj i TJaniam WIREPHOTO (AP) Total ^ , San Francisco ......._... New York 000 000 010-1 E—Dietz, Lanler. LOB—San Francisco" 6, New York._10. 2B-Garrett, Joraensen, K *»'-'• <W,1-0> (L.3-1) .- .... Cardwell ......... 1-33 Koonce .......... 12-32 . „ HBP hy rarduull IHuntl. 5 $ °7 3 1 40 0 1 ii» A Denver Puts No. 1 Into No. 11 „' Coach Lon Saban holds ^running back Bobby Anderson's new Denver Bronco . jersey Friday after Colorado all-American signed "substantial" contract with the pro football team. Anderson, Denver's No. I draft choice, will be teamed with flashy Floyd Little In Broncos' backfield if Saban's plans are realized. 6-Rvn Royal DODGERS ZIP ; \0verhauled ^*M ^^ " ' " ' '* '""— • • • — • *..----- *•-- !.-_- . VER Ibrhbl -- INDIANAPOLIS -tb-r Mashort cf Duffy ss Anderson Ib : Bevacqua 3b ; trbr Swanson If Cr . . 210 Castle ib Blackmon p Smith rt Jimenez if Grieve cf Burrghs 3b Mason ss Donnelly c Thompson p i « « « »n,ii,*i\,i\ i Walters D 0000 Harrlsn D . . . . 'atterson Ph l o 0 o Breeden ph-cl 000 'hithy p 0 0 0 0 irawfoVd rf 3 1 f Armstrono 2b4 j 2 Plummer c 3 l 0 0 Womack p 0 1 o Itby p i ph-lb ill TOtall Denver Indian 12 11 3 Total! , M its ...... 000006 It 0—1 idlanapolii o s 1 0 0 1 1.0 x—I E—Burroughs 2, Thompson 2, Mason. DP —Denver 1, IndlanaPolis l. LOB —Denver i, Indianapolis i. 2b—Grieve. 3b—Bevacaue. ..HR—Grieve (4), Swanson (2), Mason (21, Nen (2). , SF—Mashore. XThompson (L, 0-2) Walters Whltby Blackmon Harrleson (W, 2-01 Womack IP , 74 j ---•—ill i-HttJob, 1 4 RBIs as A's Win It OAKLAND, CALIF- (AP) - Chtrck ftobson hurled the Athletics past Boston, 7-1, with a four-hitter Friday, night. Sal Bantio drove in four runs with a homer and single. His fifth Wier of the year, a two- run Wallop Mn the first inning, gave riobson all the support he -needed. Carl Yastrzemski's ninth-inning homer ruined the rlght- -Jiander^-bid for his-second— three-hit shutout. The A's chased starter Jim Lonborg iii the fifth on Joe. Rudi's bunt single, a double by Rick Monday and Bando's two- run single. Dave Dufican hit an inside- the-park homer in Oakland's sixth. BOSTON OAKLAND abrhbl abrhbl Andrews 2b 4 0 1 b Campnrlt ss S 02? Bob Case's throwingerror led j Wildcats came back to win to three runs in the fifth inning.! their first Big Ten contest of In the first game, singles byi the season, 4-2. ~ pitcher Larry Corrigan, Steve' The victory set an Iowa -~ f Crandell and Ray Wood loaded the bases in Iowa State's sixth. After Ed TadotoanVtnfiehHiit forced Corrigan at the plate, Ellens smacked his game-winning hit. Corrigan, who gave up the lone Oklahoma State run in the fifth, allowed only one other runner to reach third base. That was in the. sixth, when Corrigan struck out Cleve Reed to retire the side. The Cyclones scored all their runs in the nightcap in the fourth. Case's single-and four straight walks scored two runs and Ellens' fly brought in the third. Oklahoma State trailed, 3-2, going into the fifth when Jerry Robbins hit a two-out grounder to third, leading to Case's throwing error. Robbins wound up on second base and scored on Terry Edwards' single. Jerry Keraph then belted a homer over the left field wall. Iowa State is now 9-2 in the conference and Oklahome State record for most triumphs in a season — 23. PITCHER'S HIT PITTSBURGH, 7-5 | HOUSTON, TEX. (AP) i Pitcher Jim Ray's infield hit sixth-inning Tschopp gave up both hits in the third inning when Northwestern posed its only threat. Iowa took the lead in the fourth when Jim Cox" singled and later scored on Jim Sundberg's sacrifice fly. Gary Breshears' triple in the fifth scored a run and Tschopp singled home the final run in the sixth inning after Dave Blazin had doubled. In the second game, Iowa scored twice the first inning for a 2-2 tie. Dave Krull singled, stole second, and scored eventually on Breshears' sacrifice |broke a 'and Joe deadlock willi Detroit, 9-3 two-run triple, carrying the Astros to a 7-5 victory over Pittsburgh Friday night. Pittsburgh's Bob Robertson 5-7. The two teams play single game here today at p.m. FIRST GAME ?T K A L T AEH ° M Vr hbl ffifti Cross ss 4011 Boltvcf m&& ^ooocaSeV ieX'A rf Durnler Ib Reed If Manauqh cf Thompsn c Camp p fly. Cox rejched' base on an error and scored on Blazin's double. The Hawkeyes could manage only three hits the" rest of the way. Northwestern 's winning run scored in the sixth inning when Perkins threw away a ground ball with a man on second base. Iowa, 23-16 for the year and 5-5 in the Big Ten, meets Wisconsin in a doubleheader today 30 0 0 Crandel, 3120 Wood rf orrgn p II Ib 3010 TadlmnSb 1 0000 Ellens If 3 3 010Mohr2b ab r h bl 3000 .3.00 5 3000 3020 2 1 !-« 3110 3010 3022 2 00 0 beginning at 1 p.m. ern is 6-19-1 and 1-7. Talalt 11 l 7 T Oklahoma Slat* Totals 25 1 7 1 000 Olo 0—1 fklahoma. State $, lowa's'tate"*. Iowa State LOB— Oklahom .„<,.. 2b Corrlsan. SB-Houck. Cam Corr (L, '<v2Yo, T \-1.7SO. H R ER BB SO 2216 1 1 SECOND GAME OKLAHOMA lOW^ •m-PKBy.*'.. 0 6 ab r h Bl 4000 20bbThomasp 1010 Dietrich ph Totals lahorna State '. 002 0 ) o ifFS^^*^* 6 ^ HR—Kemph. S—Edwards. SF ---—Oklahom ^Jferi*^ — „. Ellen! Sauyres Thp Gil lns (VV, -..Jesple (L,'3-2. Thomas 246 3-1) I) 3 0 l B-Gllleipie. T-1:3B.A-T.750. -Northwest- smacked a pair of two-run homers, but three unearned runs in the sixth pinned the Pirates with their eight loss in nine games. Tommy Davis' one-out single started the deciding rally. Shortstop Fred Patek booted Doug Rader's grounder for an error and Davis scored as Ray beat out a slow roller in front of the plate. Morgan tripled. PITTSBURGH HOUSTON abrhbl ab r h b! Palek ss 3000 Morgan 2b 3222 MAlou cf 4111 NMlller rf 0100 AOI ver rf 4110 Lampard rf 2000 Walker p 0 0 0 0 Wynn cl 3012 BRobrlsn Ib 3 2 2 4 Pepitone Ib 4000 Stargell If 3010 Menke ss 4011 Pa9an 3b 4010 TDavis If 4110 JMay c 2000 JAlou rf 0000 Clemente oh 000 Rader 3b 4231 Martinez pr 0000 Edwards c 4010 Rlcketts c 1000 Lemaster o 1000 Mazroskl 2b 4000 jRay p 211-1 Blass P 2000 DalCantn p 0000 Hebner 3b 2 I 1 0 Total 33 5 7 5 Total 31 7 W7 Pittsburgh 200 002 1 o 0— 5 Houston 210 013 OOx —7 E—Blass, Patek 2. DP—Pittsburgh 2, Houston 1. LOB—Pittsburgh 4, Houston 5. 2B—Edwards, Morgan, M.AIou. 3B— i vtorgan, Hebner. HR—B.Robertson 2 (6), I ?ader (5), SB—B.Robertson. S— ! R ER BBSO 7425 0000 000 DETROIT, £it* MICH. (AP) - PHILADELPHIA, PA. — Two-out doubles by Davis and Wes Parker i twelfth inning following b' Sudakis' three-run homer ~ ft.I lowa State in Spring Clbsh x—faced 2 batters In 5th. WP—Thompson 2. T2:00. A-55B WICHITA MISCUES COSTLY, 3-2 EVANSVILLE. IND. (AP) - § 'smith ef strmskl If , - . . 4000 Rudl If 3111 Monday cf ' " TConlglro rf 4 o 00. Bar - - 4 0 0 0 FA 0 0 M 0 D Pclroclll ss 400 Scolt Ib 401 Alvarado 3b 300. Moses c 3010- LonborQ p 1 0 0 0 DI Jarvls p 0000 Matchlck ph 1 0 0 0 Lee p 0000 Derrick ph 1000 Brett p 0000 10 3b ^,ju rf ilncher ib Juncan c DOreen 2b >son p 4220 4110 4124 4010 3000 4121 3210 3600 The Triplets, outhit by Wichita nine singles to six Friday night, capitalized on Aero miscues to capture .a 3-2 victory. OffensivVLineups Total osto 32 1 Boston Oakland E— R.Smlth, 4 1 .... 110022 (I Ox-7 Campanerli. LOB-Boston . . , Bre)t Evansville scored the winning I oobson iw'.iV)" .'.'.'.' T ~ 2:I A ~ <t8 ' 5 ' Bando (5). Duncan (3 SB—Rudl. S—Dobson. Lonbpro (1,2-1) ... 4 j "•J'UIIBI ia. n« — Yaslrzemskl (5). Jarvls Lee 1 Brett Wl 50 , o n RED WHITE for six runs in and went on to whip the Tigers,-! 9-3, Friday night and end a! ^os Angeles past the Phillies four-game losing streak. sent! fe n ?W Bob Oliver and Rich Severson each drove in two runs in the first inning and Bob Johnson made the lead -stand up, scattering seven hits and out six. Tigers' starter Mike Kilkenny walked two batters, then was rocked by Amos Otis' double and Oliver's two-run single.. j Paul Schaal nicked reliever { Tom Timmerman for a single] and Severson smacked a run triple, later scoring on a sacrifice fly by Ellie Rodriguez. KANSAS CITY DETROIT Friday night, 8-4. Trailing, 4-1, the Phillies tied it with a barrage -"of solo homers by Byron Browne off starter Claude Osteen in the striking! eighth and Deron Johnson and I Don Money in the ninth. | The Dodgers unloaded in the twelfth against reliever Joe Hoerner, who had pitched out of trouble after Willie Crawford's triple opened the eleventh. After Parker's double scored Manny Mota was purposely passed and Sudanis homered. «vrn icj, ijj K Lorenz, 213 R Carlson, 220 Q Cannon, 190 L.n -McCurry, 190 .....R.H... McDonald, 202 ....F B-.... and pjace—2 p.m., feiecasl-'-woi-TV, Ames .-Jinan,, .._ — Barnes, 233 • • •. Terrizzl, 224 Van Langen, 230 ... Belluz, 230 .. Murdock, 240 Pajden, 203 ' Amundson, 210 .... Johnson, 193 .... Dem Ing, 180 , 207 run in the eighth inning. Paul Powell singled, later scored on u-passed-balt-by-eateher—Lou Isaac. In the fourth, Thompsqri' singled, stole second and scored on Bobby Beckner's single. Beckner then scored on a wild i i ANGEL HOMERS pitch. . . WICHITA Camllll ss Chambliss II 4 0 2 0 Carrthrs Ib 4000 Schnblm rl 3010 Lownstn 3b 3110 Gonzales 2b 2 1 1 1 Baker cf " Suareic Fsaae c Tldr . .-'row p BurchardtD Sprague pn Totals *lULhJll_EVANlVaLLE_ 4000 ib rh bl Hill cf • 4020 Glover Jb 3000 Powell II 3110 . . Nash Ib 7000 t 1 Vasser rf 3000 . 2. 0 Thompson ss 3 1 20 2 0 J 0 Beckner 3b 3 20 j S Sevclk c Havdel p 0 Shllt o 0 Nordbraph Look ph Woodson o 31 2 9 1 Totals 2 0 l 3 0 0 0 I tw °-l Davis, PKelly rf ' Flore Ib Otis cf - ROIIver 3b Piniella If Keough If Schaal ss Severson 2b ERodrgez c BJohnson p 4110 Stanley cf 5231 Northrup rf 5233 Cash Ib 2111 WHorton 3000 Dories ; I'l^lG^wS 'OMfcotkwicz LOS ANGELES , ab r h bi Joshua |f 4,10 Wills ss PHILADELPHIA ab r h bi Bowa ss 3 o , D i « 1 3 0 Harmon ss 1 o 0 0 ! A u 5000 Allen 1 MAullffe 2b 4 1 2 0 i.-u - ,, ab r h bi ab r h bi Stanley cf 3000 ffl"" " f ,' I 9 fi owa ss 3010 Northrup rf 4 0 1 0' Xn s •" . A \ 3 °, Harmon ss 1000 Cash Ib 4 o 1 o|5K8fS* cf , h J 2 3 3 TTaylor 2b 5000 WHorton If 4011 r^JTforH '? 5 n ? n H 5| ? cf u J ° ° ° DJones 3b 3111 f« a . wfo l d rf 1 ° ' ° DJohnson Ib 5 1 1 l Freehan c 31111 S"9! a ., , rf 0100 Money 3b t l i i G Brown ph 1000 Si'tS.V 5 . \ ? \ Bro . wne rf - 5221 Szotkwicz ss 3 o o 0 H?'' 6 ^ "L , 4 J? ' ° i""' 0 » 4011 Irllkamnif n A n ft A KOSCO Dn 1 O fl l\ Ratae f t n n A Wichita Evansville E — C a m i I I i . DP-Evansvlll*> 2. Evansville 1. 000 101 000 200 Chambllss. 0 0 0 0 ,,00 1000 1000 0000 28 36 1 0 0 0—2 0 1 »-3 VasJcr. . . LOB-Wlchita ». -emaster. SF—Wynn. FIRST GAME NORTHWESTERN IOWA •o r n bl 3010 Krull cf 3010 Perkins 3b 2000 Breshrs 2b 3000 Cox Ib 3000 Blazin If 3000 Sundbrq c 3000 Smith ss 2000 Keoppel IP H 52-3 9 1-3 0 2 1 ueiMaaier 51-3 6 4 J.Ray (W.l-1) 32-31 1 HBP—by Blass (Lampard) Lemaster 2. T—2:31. A—13,383. Blass (L.2-4) DalCanlon Walker 'I I WP— Kilkenny p Tlmermn p Robertsn p IBrown ph Hiller p Maddox ph Schermn p 0000 1000 0000 0000 0000 1-0 00 0000 Total Kansas DetnW „ 369139 Total City i o 2 000 100 100 313 7 3 001 — 9 100—3 Detroit 1. 2B—Otis, •«•?••••»*•'i «•»<•< i* wu—ijwci auil. H R— D.Jones (1), TTreehan (4). SB—Otis. S- B.Johnson. SF—E.Rodriguez 2. Kosco ph 1000 Bates c Grbkwltz pr 0000 Compton c JS"*°r.9 c.. 0000 Brigas II 4020 Wise O 3110 Parrllla ph 1000 Hoerner p 0000 Selma p 1000 1000 1000 2000 1000 2000 1010 1000 0000 LOB—Kansas City t, „«„„„ ,. „, R.OIIver,.. Cash. . 3B—Severson. Sreenfld cf ilrnpson 3b lalpern rf lerman If Jallc lauer 2b Artmko ss Helfrh Ib undehl p Totals Northwestern low " E-Tscho i « « ^cu^pci 1000 Tschopp p 23020 Totals 000 000 LOB-lowa 7.. ab r h bi 4010 2100 3011 3110 3020 1111 3020 rf 3 0 0 0 3001 ,fiT\ ?.B-Simpson,-llaiTn.- 3B^KrulT. 1 ~Bre: lumbehl. Northweslern s K -3' L, 1-21 H. 5-2 A-447. IP 6 'Vfa-K SECOND GAME NORTHWESTERN IOWA ER BB SO 3 2 2 0 2 4 B.Johnson (W.l-0) Kilkenny (L.2-1) . Timmerman Robertson Hiller Scherman R ER BB SO 3238 >t<W> IllUIf •<••(.>£ ^ I I W 1 WP—Timmerman. PB—E.Rodriguez MONTREAL SPLITS WITH PADRES MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CAN- „,_, ADA (AP) - Jim Quails raced! T - 2:50 ' home on a wild pitch by Gary! pnwpIT HftM1 , n Ross in the eleventh and gave £ OWELL HOMER the Expos a 7-6 victory over San RIPS sox > 6-1 ... Diego and a split of their Friday! BALTIMORE, MD. (AP) - ._ ! _1_ i 1 _ _t 1 t 1 -—-.-— - - ; ' . \ / Sizemore 2b Osteen p Brewer p Moeller p Letebvre ph Pena p Total 5o7l«ll Total 40 4 7 4 phli. ."•:.•.• o°,V o°o°o°.',° 2° SSii:, ,0 DpP -pn S ,, a » 2 ' 3° B -^L BA rrne! ^^vfs e . r 3B 7 Lw^S5Ti C P rVwtd 'KH'l Browne 0), D.Jphnson.lSl^Money (3), , . SOdakis (3). SB-Wills. Osteen ' Brewer . Moeller .... Pena (W.l-0) . 1 2-3 '. 2 Hoerner (L.l-2) . 32- , oney SF- WJDavIs Hs R , ER2B ' 2 2 2 000 o 0 0 9 A A By Ron Maly (Register Staff Writer) AMES, IA. - They've been playing musical chairs in Iowa State's football camp this spring, and the public gets a chance this afternoon to see how it has all worked out. ' It's the Reds against the Whites in a Veishea intrasquad game that will see Obert Tisdale performing at monsterman instead of quarterback and. Jeff playing defensive half-: back instead of wingback. , TULSA DROPS Starting time at Clyde Wil-16TH IN ROW, 11-5 liams Field is 2 p.m. and ad-i TULSA, OKLA. (AP) - Oma- missionis?!. : ha scored seven runs in the Undoubtedly the most inter-l tnird inni "g Friday night, and ,. .... . . hanrta/^ Tiiloa if c civtK ei»nt/vlif "TOP YANKS ANAHEIM, CALIF. (AP) Home runs by Jim Spencer and Roger Repoz powered the Angels to a 4-3 victory over the New York Yankees Friday light. Left-hander Clyde Wright checked the Yankees on four hits until the ninth inning, then needed last-out help from Ken Tatum after being rocked for a two-run homer by Ron Woods. Box.. NEW YORK ibr hbl t'liiivriie ~. »• 2b-HIII, Lowenstein, Thompson, Cham- * W, 1 "!.* 0 ", c bliss. S-Tidrow, Lowenstein, Nash. SJ' 01 )?" u" IP H R ER BB so Ward rh Tldrow (L, 2-2) Burchardt Havdel Shlfflett (W, 1-31 Woodson Save — Woodson. 7 1-3 6 2-3 0 7 1-3 8 2-3 0 — . , ell. Thompson). WRIT—2:35. A-1.3JI. o o 2 1 . 0 0 I 0 0 •Tldrn>v •Tldrow." P'B'- isa"at 0 0 5 « .0 0 (Po*° Clarke 2b Murcer cf White If Cater Ib Moods rf Munson c Kervney 3b Kmkwskl p JEllis ph SHamlltn p ., Tota L ^New York California CALIFORNIA ", '«" "L . ' ab r h bi 4000 Alomar 2b 3110 4010 Repoz rf 4 2 2-1 4100 Fregosl ss 3001 4010 AJonnson If 4 o o o 3222 Spencer Ib 4131 3020 McMulln 3b 4 0 1 n 3000 Johnstone cf 4 0 1 0 1000 Aicue c 4010 300 OWrlqht p 4016 2000 KTatum p 0000 1000 0000 32 3.4 2 Total 34 4 Ifl'i ....... 010 000 002-3 00)000 lOx— 4 esting situation is at quarterback, a position handled last of ab r h bi ! 3110 2010 2011 3100 0000 "i""jL " 3011 Jiio:a b S- rfs Vo°o' night doubleheader. Van Kelly drove in four runs with a homer and a single as the Padres won the opener, 11-1, behind the six-hit pitching of Mike Corkins. Boog PowelJ's eighth home run; 2000 Blazin If 1110" « A t «'iilin 33 2 U U U ?S' 1 •*•»•!*« .3010 Halprn rf Artmnkp ss Bauer 2o Helfrch Ib Kmet p Total Northwestern lowa irw~ S i Inws0 c n 'L! <a l 1 ' r-ermns. ur-iowa 1. LOB—lowa S, Northwestern 6."2B—Blazin Halperin S|-Kru||, Perkins. S-Bauer Kmet. SF—Berman, Breshears. °""' : '' l f OAKS— Continued /ran Page One FIRST GAME SAN DIEGO MONTREAL ab r h bi au i n ui Campbell 2b 5120 Staehle 2b Huntz ss Gaston cf Ferrara If Morales If Colbert Ib Murrell rf VKelly 3b Spiezio 3b Cannizzro c Corkins p •» i M. v dia^iuc <u 6000 MJones If 4121 Staub rf 5110 Fairly Ib 0000 Fairey cf 4210 Brand 3b '5242 Hiatt c 3124 Wine ss 2000 Waslwski p 5222 Strhmayr p 4l20i Qualles ph McGinn p Bailey ph ab r h bi 3110 3000 •4020 4021 3010 4000 4000 3000 2000 0000 1000 0 0 0 0 i 0000 in the last 14 games, a three-j double, allowinj^John Mason to run blast-in the first inning, paced the Orioles to a 6-1 victory over the Chicago White Sox Friday night: Powell 7-whTTenlered the game with eight RBI's in three games against Chicago, connected after singles by Mark Belanger and Frank Robinson score from third. Howard was trying to take third and, after Julio Gotay singled. Pizarro got Duke Sims to pop 1o shortstop. But a stiff wind carried the ball away from shortstop Dwaine Anderson for a^double. A walk to Mike Brumley set the stage for Batista who sliced ub's Pioneer Gun Club will hold its May money shoot skeet. tournament today and Sunday. _ i Tola) 4311169 Total 31 1 6 1 San Diego- 0.00 140 022—11 .Montreal 100 000 000—1 E—Brand, Staub, Hialt. DP—San Diego 2, Montreal 1. LOB—San Diego 9. Montreal 12. 2B-Mtirrell 2, Fairey. HR- V.Kelly (1), Cannizzaro (l). SB-Gaslon. • . '--- 'i S—Campbell. -Pleasure Seeker won the fea- corkin5{w ,,. 3) ....'", « *^*V<I "- ~ ' IWaslewskl (L.0-2) .42-3 8 i t 1 4 .1 Strohmayer ...... 11-321 1 2 1 'McGinn 3 64206 I HBP-by Corkins (Wine). T-2:43. SECOND GAME MONTREAL iure ai OUTDOOR TIPS BEFORE TUCOWING our NOUR ANCHOR, CHECK THE UNE POR CUTS ANP FRAYED SPOTS... rf de *f lFUMg|§RMtaN|CME TO "SiCT 4W8BE $32V1CC ^MIDWEST Quincy 9 3 i'/ Quad-Cities 7 5 2 Waterloo 7 6 2V Clinton -6 6 3 anvllle 643 . is.Raplds 663 Burlington 4 7 4Vi irRpds 375 &|?ertop" 200 TOO 000=3 6 Bil nr ^"h Shkos a i ? (6 J< sVupan (9) 'a Wl n b i e e hl y f" ; OtflF"- »> ' Cedar Clinton and . ... and L—Nunn. 0 0 1 "o'o 0 .1 1.0 ppt. 01 02 * i 5'edman, Sabeurin (8) and Dyson, Cau- e|l ft). Burr, Conjaltl (7), Velazquez ?9) Wfioniatti. L-Stedman rcia, McCowan. teaga; hields (91 Two put when winning run storqu. San Diego ... 00032011000— < Montreal .... 110 130 110 01—7 E-pCelly 2, Mgrales, fline, RawJond. iP-JAgntreal ^2. LOB—San . . l 2. LOB—San oTepg 8. 2e-Barton. Fatrly.^Jne Oanvlllt at i WJ^B. , _..._.. 10102W 'nvfile 1011314 «f* Jacksonville 2 SAN DIEGO ^be«Vi441 ab r h bi Gaston cf Ferrara If Morales pr Colbert Ib Murrell rf VKelly 3b Barton c Santorini ' D Roberts o Webster ph Ross p 4120 MJones If 1100 Hahn If 1000 Staub rf 5113 Fairly ib 5000 Fairey cf 5000 ~ Q 0. 0. nd, p -. -, % -, ?*yj"°.'"i 1111 Sutherlnd ss 1010 Bateman c 1090 Qualles pr Renko p Strhmavr p Brand 3b 2 lVo'o 3000 111? 4011 4000 1?!? o S i°So° 2000 1000 9 1 10 Total 42 6 9.6 . Total 43,7106 Q -W,l S -2) NTE LEAOUC ihmond «t Syracuse, opd. rain LVJ«ww» :i) SalnSrM „„ 1855532 ,jyer ...... 21-3 2 1 l o 2 tstni&nllW. r-lnrf AVzo2« BRUINS 1 ORR TROPHY KING BOSTON. MASS. (AP) - Bobr by Orr, the Bruins' spectacular 22-year-old defenseinajQ, Friday became toe second player io National Hockey League history to wi» three league awards in one season. Orr received the Hart Trophy as the league's most vaJuaMe player, tine Art Ross Tropby for leading the loop in scoring and the Norris Tropby for the third straight year as hockey's best defenseman. i as Baltimore won its fourth S(£*3jffnr .. "" ~ o— -—— ——*««vw* » n\f wtAV'^vt Chicago lost the services of!,f izarro ' s - first P itch Past third third baseman Bill Melton in!™' got another run in the sixth when he was, struck in the nose-while attempting - to catch a pop fly. CHICAGO ab r h bi McCraw rf 4000 Secrlst p Apariclo ss Morales ss CMay If Melton 3b iBrien 3b . .opkins Tb Bradford cf Hrrn mpp c BALTIMORE abr hbl . Juford If 3000 0000 Belanger ss 4220 3010 FRoblnsn rf 4210 1000 J Powell Ib 3123 4110 Blair cf 4111 3010 BRobinsn 3b 4 0 2 1 10 l o DJohnson 2b 3 0 0 o 402 1 Hendrcks c 3 0 0 0 3010 P«lmer P 3JJ 00 4 n o o—. _ The 89ers got another : the eighth off Marcel Lach- emann on singles by Cesar Cedeno and Mason, an intentional ,walk and relief pitcher's Mike Marshall's infield .out. 2-0 Lead Pizarro ha,d been staked to a 2-0 lead in the second when Janeski p 1000 Crider p 1 0 o 0 Matias rf 1000 J®& Baltimore 1—Melto 1 ' 1 Total «»ro"oi oo'o-! 31} OOP OOx — < nn. DP- timore 4. SQ U i i 001 2 Wisconsin Hawk Netmen <The*eal»»!»r J J^owo New» Service) IQWA CITY, IA. - Wisconsin stopped Iowa/ 7-2, Friday in a Big. Ten jennis match behind the singles and doubles-play -QiCJhris. Burr and £e« Rene Lachemann walked and scored on singles by Ron Clark and Anderson. After falling behind, 6-2, the Oaks got even in the fourth, when Pizarro, Jim Driscoll and Reynolds singled to open the frame. McNulty fanned, but Tenace swatted a 3-2 pitch over the Scoreboard in left. The two teams tangle again tonight with Iowa's Ed Sprague (1-0) dueling ScipioSpinks (1-2). Drl^nb-ss'lSVo^^^'^brbbl M&s iViUfif 5 5 s?§ Tenacec 5125 Cedeno cf 5120 Broolui If 4000 Mason 3fa-2b 5130 R.Lachmn Ib 3 1 00 HflUTrd 1b-3b 3220 Clark 3b 4110 Gotay 2b 4310 Anderson s s 4011 Marshall p 1001 Burr stopped Rod Kubat, 2-6, 6-3, UNf, Ifl U»e No. 1 singles match and teamed with Bartz, in top doubles for a 6-4,2-6,12-10 victory over Steve Enters and Crajg Sandvig. Jam, now 2^5 in the Big Ten Nortbwe4ern today. Wisconsin is Mio the Big Ten. Cteis JB'urr (W) beat god * SW' J5«> ^rt* «WJ bea? $•7' ft! Steve Houahion 00 0 0 1012 2011 ,0000 ' l n 0 0 0 0 1 2 i •, 3 8 1 a°'M III ji'x'^i I R. Lac*emann, " 1 * 1 "^ U0 ^- llWV 64, KNOW A WINNER (AP) - Me To Know won the feautire at Washington Friday. year with varying degrees success by Tisdale. The 193-pound senior-to-be frpm Waterloo completed only 41 per cent of his passes and wound up on his back more often than Coach John Majors preferred. Tisdale asked for — and was given — a trial at monster this spring. He apparently has the job nailed down. Meanwhile, George Amundson is the No. 1 quarterback, although Majors said Friday the 210-pounder from Aberdeen, S.D., doesn't have the position locked up. "We're not set at-all," the coach commented. "Amundson has made some progress, but so have Dean Carlson and Bill Miller. Mike Fontanini is still in the picture, too." Amundson was the top freshman quarterback last fall, Carlson transferred to Iowa State from Rochester (Minn.) Junior, College, Miller is also coming: off the freshman squad and! Fontanini was Tisdale's back- i up man. j Allen' has been an offensive starter the past two years, but h,ad a less-than-impressive 1969 handed Tulsa its sixth straight loss, 11-5. The Royals unleashed a 15-hit salvo against four pitchers. Fran Healy was 4-for-5 and Dennis Paepke 3-for-5. Winner Chris Zachary retired the first 12 Oilers to face him. ....... E-Mlchael 2. D»-New York 1, Caforna I LOB-New York i, California 8. 2B— Munson. HR— Spencer (1). Repoz (5), Woods (4). SB— Alomar. Klimkowskl (L,0-2)' P 7 JO R < ER 4 B 2 $ 0 S. Hamilton ...... 1 o 0 - 000 Wright (W.4-2) ...,82-34 3 3 1 1 K. Tatum ......... 1-30 0 0 \1 1 Save— K.Tatum. WP— Wright. T-2:W. A— 10,447. PAINFUL VICTORY 'NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Cavity won the feature at Aqueduct Friday. OMAHA Rlco3b Spriggs rf. Paepke II Green II Harris Ib jHealyc iSprrell2b Nbrthery cf Rooss Zacharv p Burgmcr p ab r h bi 6122 ii 1 2 1 5132 0000 5110 5241 4121 4201 4201 1000 4210 TULSA KenndV'ss Coulter Jb Pilts 3b Thomas rf Melndz cf Gundn Ib Murphy If Olerud c J. Ellis p Semnf p Nossek ph Totals jmaha ulsa Bknhstr p Demeter ph Totals Tj $74" cores OF ALL SPORTS 7001 10 0—11 .0001 220—5 [er,. Roos, Healy. Murphy (i).' Zacharv (W, 2-1) Burgmeler J. Ellis (L, 2-1) Seminoff Schnelfer Bakenhaster lter. n .1: Thomas, iprlflgs (1), R tR BB SO 5 2 4 2 2 1 2 1 0 2 0 1 °c S ,° y, Schnel- " "' Baseball COLLEGE lOWd V._T. v _ r •Mornlnpslde 6, Buena VI: ~ lowa.State.2-3, Oklahoma State I ; J Nortrlern'iowilsi'Soulh Dakota 0 Upper lowa ista 5 4, . — fWIIIQ J1OIC I -J jth Dakota State l >, nilliam Penn 2 . Central 3 k'nbJiTli'c'oeS " Luther 3, Simpson 2 Luiner j, Simpson . Minnesota 3-4, Wisconsin 0-3 " " " ' raska 1-' at Michigan State l?»llllW«WIV J'^ji Wtti Kansas 3-2, Nebras :hla Indiana 2-2, MIc 2—Ohio State celled 1-3 l-O can- Basketball NBA New rjw'dftss* N . York wins series, 4 games to 3 Golf Central 396, IT'S SUNNY TIM "~~ BALTIMORE, MD. (AP) Sunny Tim won the feature at Pimlico Friday. Audubon 16o" l ffuthrfe H C J en Ur 198 Tennis Wisconsin 7, lowa COLLEGE Just how good is the NEW Advent season. "We moved him to defense two weeks ago," Majors said, "and so far be looks good .there. There's a good chance he'll continue to^return kicks next fall." . Majors will watch today's game from the press box. The on-the-field work will be handled by nis assistants. The teams should be fairly-well matched. They were selected in a "draft" conducted by the coaches. •->, . .Otto Stowe, who could be the pass receiver in the Big speaker system? .^.-_ ,-,,„.-,- ... today because of a collarbone injury. > . . 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