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l\ i Twins lose again Associated Press BOSTON - Ray Culp turned in a clutch pitching performance for his 13th victory last night as the Boston Red Sox dealt slumping Minnesota an 8-1 defeat, the Twins' seventh straight. Culp, who has lost 10, was in trouble virtually all the way. allowing nine hits and leaving 10 Twins stranded. He walked three. Krancpool recalled NEW YORK (AP) - Ed Kranepool was recalled by the New York Mets Thursday to replace first baseman-outi- felder Mike Jorgensen who is leaving for two weeks of summer camp with the Marines. The Mets said Kranepool, who was sent to Tidewater in the International League, June 23 with a .118 batting average, would join the team in Atlanta today. Rico Petrocelli and Carl Yastrzemski homered for Boston. Petrocelli drilled his 19th homer into the left field screen to lead off the sixth. Yastrzemski, the American League batting leader, walked three straight times before he lined his 32nd homer, a two-run shot to the base of the flag pole in center in the seventh. He singled in a run in the eighth. MINNESOTA ab r h b! Tovar cf 5020 Oliva rf Killeb.-e'V 3b Reese Ib Alvea If Cardenas ss 4 Thompsrt 2b 4 Tlschnski c 3 Ratliff c 1 Zeoo c ' Manuel oh Kaat pr THall 6 Hamm D Renick ph The Red Sox jumped to a quick lead as Mike Andrews started the first with a walk and scored on a double by Reggie Smith. They made it 2-0 in the second on consecutive singles by Gerry Moses, Culp and Andrews. Brant Alyea hit his ninth .homer in the M i n n e s o t a fourth. Senators triumph on Unser's single Associated Press .010 2000 3000 4121 1 0 1 0 0 0 BOSTON ab Andrews 2b i RSmlth cf YstrrnsW Ib Satriano Jb TConlfllro rf Petroclll ss BConalro If Kennedy 3b Moses c Culo o Total 1010 0000 0000 0000 1010 35~lT~i Total r hbi 3 3 1 1 1 2 1 2 3 000 000 2 2 1 000 000 1 2 0 0 1 0 Minnesota Boston 000 100 .110 001 35 8 12 7 300—1 3 2 x-« jj—-.•.'.'=•" •="• Reese. DP—Minnesota 2. LOS—Mlnnesq a 10, Boston 10. 2B— R.Smith 2, Oliva, Moses. Andrews. HR- Alvea '»>._ Petrocelli 09), Yastrzemski tJ2). SB—Tovar. |eoo(L,e-2, 'S V R 3 E ? B ? S 1 T.Hall 11-35 S 4 1 1 Hamm 2-30001 o Culp (W,!..-10> 9 91138 T-2:30. A-27,916. "'138 A's, Dobson 4-0 winners OAKLAND (AP) - Right- hander Chuck Dobson ran his persona] winning streak to eight games with late relief help from Jim "M u d c a t" ; Grant as the surging Oakland A's blanked the Baltimore Or; ioles 4-0 last night. The victory, sixth for the .A's in their .last seven starts, lifted them within four games of Minnesota's American League West Division Leaders, who bowed to Boston 8-1. Dobson gave up four of the Orioles' six hits before giving way to Grant with one out in the eighth and extended his scoreless string to 20 1-3 innings while bringing his season mark to 15-10. Bert Campaneris paced the Oakland attack with three singles, scoring two runs and driving in a third. Rick Mon- Chuvalo to fight Bruce tonight SARAJEVO, Yugolsavia (AP) — George Chuvalo, the Canadian heavyweight who was stopped by George Foreman in the third round Aug. 4, will take on Mike Bruce of Springfield, Mass., tonight. Chuvalo, who is of Yugoslav descent, will receive $10,000 guaranteed or 20 per cent of the receipts for the montfi. Bruce gets $1,000 or 10 per cent. . Chuvalo, ranked No. 7 among the contenders despite his 1 defeat by Foreman said -he would like ,a return bout with the unbeaten former Olympic champion. Chuvalo, 32, said he never again would permit his wife to watch his fights. She watched while he was stopped by Foreman in Madison Square Garden and later said he should not fight again. Special! A big double golf valut.. the new double G Tee Up Kit, A $7,95 retail value. You get 6 quality double G golf balls plus a quality, universal size golf glove. (MY $3,95 GENERAL TIRE SERVICE 3626 N. CENTRAL ?64-04ll -PHOENIX 3029 E. THOMAS RD. 956-0510-PHOENIX 2301 N. SCOTTSDALE RD. r m HH l , CO II 1 , OAl.fi day accounted for two runs with a sacrifice fly and his ninth homer. Singles by Campaneris, Don Mincher and Sal Bando gave the A's a 1-0 first inning lead against loser Jim Hardin. Campaneris singled again in the third, took second on Frank Robinson's error and third on a wild pitch before scoring on Monday's sacrifice fly- Dick Green singled in the fifth, advanced on Dobson's sacrifice bunt and scored on Campaneris' third straight hit. Monday homered in the eighth. Staub's bat tops Astros HOUSTON (AP) - The Montreal Expos won their first game ever in. the Astrodome last night as Steve Renko flipped a seven-hitter and Rusty Staub ripped a pair of homers to beat the Houston Astros, 10-2. The Expos had lost nine straight games—all they've played in their two-year history in Houston. Renko,7-8, lost his shutout in the seventh when Denis Menke singled in two runs. Loser Ron Cook, 2-3, wild pitched one run in a Montreal three-run second, while Bobby Wine and Gary Sutherland singled in two others. Adolfo Phillips unloaded an inside-the-park homer in the third and Staub belted his solo homers in the fifth and ninth. WASHINGTON - Del Unser's run-scoring single in the 10th inning carried the Washington Senators past the Chicago White Sox, 6-5, last night for their fourth straight victory. Ed Stroud opened the 19th with a single off knuckleball- er Wilbur Wood and Tim Cullen was hit by a pitch before Unser stroked the tie-breaking hit. Chicago had tied the sloppily-played game with three runs in the seventh, Tom McGraw driving in a pair with a pinch double and Luis Aparicio delivering the tying run with an infield hit after McCraw reached third on a throwing error by right fielder Wayne Comer. The Senators scored three runs in the fifth for a 5-2 lead on four singles and an error by pitcher Tommy John. Comer doubled in the first, •stole third and scored on Frank Howard's ground out. Rick Reichardt then walked and tallied from first when third baseman Syd O'Brien threw wild on Aurelio Rodri- guez' infield hit, sending Washington ahead. 2-0. CHICAGO OBrien 3b Aparicio ss CMav If Melton rf Hookins Ib Blanco Tb Hrrmann c Josephsn c Berry cf Knooo 2b John D McCraw ph Stanae o Wood p , I I.:- •--_• r» > CITY Phoenix, Sat., Aug. is, 1970 BO The Arizona Republic 71 ab r h bi 5021 cb'me'r'°rf 5020 Wave rf 1000 1200 0000 HI! a WASHINGTON ab r h bi 15130 3:iO •« r - 1 I t 0 0 0 Howard Ib 3 1 1 1 elchardt If 7 { 2 fna G Ipsfein eh minmmnnnmmnHmirmnmiiHimiim BIDDULPH'S" " YEAR-END JUST » PEW OF MANY MONEY-SAVINC BARGAINS* mmminiiniiitiinimiifiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiimiiiiniiim SALE 11,2 6666 ;rien'da'"p' 0 C o o tRodmer 3b 5 0 3 1 troud cf 5120 ullen 2b 3000 French c 5000 Coleman o 3000 Unser If 2011 Tofal 34 5 One out when 9,5 Total 40 6 13 4 winning run scored. Chicago .. 020 000 300 ft—5 WaslHntton ... up pit i 6 o 1^ t .E—French 2, Comer. DP—Ch LOB - Chicago Comer, John, Comer. lohn Stange Wood (L,6-ll) Coleman Knowles Pina Grzenda HBP-bv OBrien. - -?.'• Berrv, John, - _- -. Wash ngton 3. 6, Washington 11. 2B — McCraw. SB—c.Mav. IP H R ER BB SO 85333 20000 1-3 0 1 2-3 0 WP— Coleman. PS— Joseohson. T— 2:45. BOWLERS fine New Season's Just Around [The Corner . . . Check Our [Fabulous New MANHATTAN 'BALLS . . «. HYDE SHOES & rALL ACCESSORIES. Aritona's ^Largest ON HAND STOCK of ^Bowling Uniform! . . . Select 1 JYours TODAY! , RED WILSON'S ?2o08 N. 16th St. 254.1821 i 8/g, econom/coi 1 Brand-new 1970 CUTLASS 4-DR. LIST PRICE: $3263! *2502 $ A VI $761! Big-car comfort and appearance at a small- 1 car price. Has power steering, remote con- 1 • trol side mirror, whitewalls, electric clock, I deluxe radio, front floor mats and much 5 more. Stock #1224. I S V MONTREAL ab r h bi Sutherlnd 2b 501" Staub rf Phillips cf Bailey If t osger If ateman c Laboy 3b. 5232 4321 3000 1000 4231 -211 52 Boccabfia" Ib 3 1 2 0 Wine ss Renko n 402. 3000 HOUSTON JAlou rf 3 Morgan 2b Wynn If Mavberrv Ib Menke ss Rader 3b Culver D Cedeno cf NMIller cf JEdwrds c RCook p JRav D Geronimo ph Uemaster D Lampard oh DILauro p Martinez 3b 3 5 ?0°8 3 5 0°22° "88 1000 1000 4000 0000 1000 1010 00 .00 0000 1000 ,°oi Total Montreal Houston _ 3710148 Total 35 2 72 .031 010 .000 000 0 3 2—10 200-2 i ; lou ' Labov, Bailey, N.Miller. 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