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te Hits, 6-3 OILERS HALT LOSSES AT 6 Bats Moose Past Astros QnBatlHeel HOUSTON,' TEXv Roberto Clemehte rapped four i straight hits as Pittsburgh defeated the Astros, 6-3, Satur- 'day. ' \ - . ' ' \ Clem B n t e , playing on a Bruised heel that Forced a slight Jimp, tripled and hit three singles, batted in a run and scored another. Gene Alley hit »his second "homer in the fourth to snap a 1-1 tie and another run crdssed on singles by winning pitcher Bob Moose, Matty Alou and . Clemente. Jim Wynn homered for the Astros in the sixth. PITTSBURGH < '• «b r h Patek si 4 MAlou cf S Clemente rf S Jeter rf 00 Sfarnell If 42 BRobrt HOUSTON FIVE-RUN UTH LIFTS DODGERS Hortdflf * 2 Homers^ Tigers, 7-4 PHILADELPHIA, PA. (AP) j - Jeff Torborg's, tie-breaking! nF U mr Mrrw single and Ma'nny.'Mdta's-sec-j DETROIT ' MI V H - ond tfjpleof the game keyed a'Willie Morton collected two of ._ Jive-tUtLb«tstJflJhe.fourteenth 1 fjye_hpme__rM^lft, the game, inning Saturday that gave Los i driving in three runs and help- Angeles a'9-4 Victory over thej,^ the fjgers to # 7 . 4 ^^ over Kansas City Saturday. Q 4-4 flAe: In the seventh, jHprton_pj!t D«J Moines Sunday Register May 10, l<»70 •»«§ Sports Section Orioles Rum John's Gem; Streak to 5 \ BALTIMORE. MD. (AP) The Orioles, hitless against Tpmmy .John for five innings Saturday, scored four runs, ih j by Jim Kennedy, Gaylen Pitts, | TULSA, OKLA. (AP) - The [Oilers snapped a six-game losing streak Satufday night, beating Omaha; 5-1, in Amerfcan Association baseball. The Oilers scored three runs ifi the.first on consecutive hits Phillies. The Dodgers broke on two walks, Bill Sudakis' sac-i rifice bunt-and Torborg's single 1 off Dick Selma. ond sn Ib 4 0 4 f Wvnn cf o o Pepltone Ib 0 Menko ss . . 1 Lampard rf 5010 Rader 3b 5123 Edwards e 4121 Griffin D 4110 JRay p Martinez oh 1 0 1 fl RCook P oooo Beuehmp ph Bllllnghm D 4010 3120 4000 4011 4000 1000 0000 1 0 0 0 0 SAN DIEGO 2-fflTTER TRIMS EXPOS, 2-0 * MONTREAL QUEBEC, CANADA (AP)—Left-hander Danny .Coombs tossed a two-hitter and Al Ferrara drove in three runs with a single and homer Saturday night as San Diego beat the Expos, 6-0. Coombs gave up singles .to Don Hahn in the third inning and Bob Bailey in the fourth. SAN DIEOO MONTREAL H.hn |f-'_' Brand 3b 3 Morales If Colbert Ib Webster Ib 4241 staub rf 4123 Phlllfps OOOO Bailey 1 2010 Sutherlnt 1010 Bateman c 4000 HReed p 4000 Wine ss 0 Stoneman p ' Hlatt c L 000 000 0 1 0 000 000 000 0 00 000 000 • OAKS- Continued from Page One i ;; Jack Lind booted a double play ball to load the bases. Tenace and Reynolds scored as Ron Clark and Dwain Anderson bounced out to short. Dris- T' coll followed with his homer. Losing pitcher Ed Sprague gave up" eight of Oklahoma City's runs, three of them unearned. Bob Stickles gave up the other, while Mike Olivo escaped damage in a two inning stint. Tenace's three-base throwing error on a bunt gave the 89ers a gift run in" the 'first. Greg Sims' homer opened the second and the 89ers got two more on singles by Mike Brumley, Rich Chiles and Cesar Cedeno, plus . -Lind's walk. '.."*•• Sprague didn't get anyone out in the fifth, which started with ^Anderson- booting- Lind's l*grounder. Cedeno doubled and Sprague hit John Mayberry to load the bases. John Mason's ground single scored two runs. WhenSimswalked, Sprague gave way to Stickles, who served up run-scoring flies to Larry Howard..and Brumley. Cedeno's homer in the sixth closed-89er scoring., The series ends with a 2 p.m. .•^encounter today: Iowa's'Barrel! It Osteen will try for'a 3-0 record against Bob Watkins (H). • Roberto Clemente .Triple, 3 Singles Mets Smash Giants With 9-Hii Inning NEW YORK, N..Y (AP) Dave Marshall and Art Shamsky keyed an eight-run explosion in the fifth inning Saturday that set one club record, tied another and sent the Mets to a 14-5 victory over San Francisco. Marshall and Shamsky singled home two runs apiece in the fifth as the Mets struck for nine hits — most ever for the club in one inning — and tallied eight runs — the third time in their nine-year history. The scoring binge snapped a 4-4 deadlock and Marshall smacked another two-run single in the sixth. , Shamsky, whose third-inning homer had tied the game, opened the fifth with a double and scored on singles by Ken Boswell and Donn Clendenon. A and singles by Jerry Koosman and Tommie Agee delivered two more runs. Bud Harrelson singled before Marshall's single knocked in two more runs and scored behind Harrelson on Shamsky's second hit in the inning. Willie McCovey delivered one San Francisco run with a bunt in the first inning and doubled another across in the third before Ken Henderson's two-run homer gave the Giants a 4-3 lead. SAN FRANCISCO NEW YORK ab r h bl ab r h bl Bonds rf 5121 Aqee cf 3212 ahead, 6-4, with his sec- homer of the game. Bill Freehan followed with his fifth of the year. Horton's first homer was a solo blast in'the second. Thfee Royal runs were the i result of homers.. Ed Kirk- A sacrifice fly by pinch-hitter Billy Grabarkcwitz, a single by Jim Lefebvre, Mota's triple and a single by Willie Davis added four more runs. The Phillies had scored twici in the ninth to tie it. Byron; „ , ,-,.., T i- u • Browne crashed a 450^jo/fBarter Mickey Lohch in homer before singles by Jim Hutto and Terry Harmon and Ron Stone's sacrifice fly sentiFlofe'.ib the game into overtime. 1 ' Andy Kqsco doubled home two Los Angeles runs in the first inning and pitcher Sandy Vance scored another in the HAWKS LOSE, THEN IT RAINS <Th« Register's lot.,? News Service) IOWA CITY, IA. - Rain cut short Iowa's hopes to gain a split with Wisconsin in .a Big Ten doubleheader Salurdayi After the Badgers won thej Brdoks Robinson's two-run Wright first game, 1-0, on Jim End-.homer capped the sixth inning| Pitts, a walk to Simmons and the si*th and beat the Chfcago 'jed White Sox, 4-3, extending their j winning streak to five games, games. nms Tulsa in and Lee Thomas, scored its final two the eighth off Steve on an infield hit by lund's two-hitter, the Hawk- lyes had a 3-1 lead in the gave the Orioles a 4-2 lead. The homer and a pair of singles in the same .inning were Baltimore's only hits off John and reliever Danny Murphy. " ~: Carlos May homered for the White Sox in the eighth. CHICAGO BALTIMOR . ab r h bl ao r hb I WWIIams rf 4000 Rettenmd rl 3 1 0 0 DMurphv p 0000 Beianqer js 4000 • • • 4010 M.otton If 2111 4111 DMav rf !sixth. DETROIT i KANSAS CITY ab r h bl -p-i PKellv rf 3 0 O'O Stanley Ib senii plore Ib 4 0 0 0 , Otis, cf 4 Q I 0 3b ROliver _ Keouph If Schaal ss Severson 2b Klrkptrck c Rooker p Wright P Hedlund p Drbwsky o Bunker p an MAul Kall WHo J jllffe 2b Ine rf orton If, 4122 Freehan c, 4020 K'orthrup' cf 4011 Maddo* 3b DJones 3b ab r h W 5000 4 2 11 0000 0000 200 . 1001 o wert 3b oooo 0 SfotKWIcz ss 4000 n'l.oilch p 2000 iBrown ph 1000 Illler p 0000 Detroit / ... Oil 103 E-Schaal—2. ; . DP-Kjnsa^ ^ HR— W.Hortph 3 • X- city. _—Schaal 2. DP—Kansas City 1, Detroit^. LOB-Kansas^ltvJ, Delrolt i. 2B,^ptls,..Schaa.l,. jCallne Rooker Wrlsht Hedlund (L.2-2) Drabowsky. Bunker Lolich Miller T_2:23. A-11,274. ota If ..Davis WParker avis 'cf/ arker/lb Kosco .rf Moore^ rf second on a bizarre play. Mota tripled in the eighth and stole home, giving the Dodgers a 4-1 In the second, Woody Frymaaj-Freenan (sf. ?l-^' walked Vance and Maury WJlfs and Mota piked a single to left. Vance raced home, burf Wills was hit by Hutto's,-throw and ruled out for interference. I 'PHILADELPHIA j BREWERS TOPPLE " NATS IN 10TH, 3-2 MILWAUKEE, WIS. (AP) — Ted Kubiak drove in the winning run with a bases-loaded single in the tenth inning Saturday as the Brewers edged Washington, 3-2. Mike Hegan started the winning rally with a single. With j two away, Danny Walton was) hit by a pitch and Joe Coleman -j walked Ted Savage, filling the; bases. ; cap before the contest was called because of rain in the fifth Tnning.' Iowa catcher Jim Sundbcrg got both Iowa hits in the first game. Wisconsin's Tom Bennett scored the winning run in the third inning when he singled, went to second on a wild pitch and crossed when Iowa right : [fielder Bob Rushe misjudged a fly ball and let it fall for a single. In the second game, Joe Wessels knocked in two runs with a ,...,,, . , ... _ , j John (L.2-6) 6 single and a sacrifice fly and g.Mwrphy..,.,•,-,••••• 2, _ ? — . . , , . . j , Phoebus (W.3-1) ... 81-: Bob Perkins had singled home one run. Wisconsin had men on second and third with no outs in the fifth inning when the game was called. Aparlcio ss CMay~lf OBrin 3b Hoplnks Ib Hrrmann c Berry cf Knoop 2b John p McCraw rf al cago .. Baltimore 000 4000 JPowell Ib 2100 3 1 1 0 Blair cf 4011 3112 BRoblnsn 3b ,3 1 1 2 4020 DJohnson 2b 3 0 0 0 4010 Etchebrn c 2000 1000 Phoebus p 3000 2000 Watt p 0000 Tola Chic , E—Aparlcio. I Baltimore I 7 3 Total ...0012*. . . . ..000 004 OOx LOB—Chicago 3B-Hopklns. •B.Robinson (4), LOS ANGELES • ab r h bl Wills ss 1 00 ~ Lefebvre 2b 51 2 734 ~ ' " x'=4 _ _ t, Herrmahn (l),' (4). S—John. IP H R ER BB SO I \ \ I Walt~~ .'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.".'.' 2-5 b o o o 1 HBP—by John (Molton), by D.Murphy (J.Powell). WP—Phoebus. T—2:11. A— JCONIGLIARO BLAST j AIDS BOSTON, 5-3 | OAKLAND, CALIF. (AP) Iowa's record is now 5-6 in j Tony Conigliaro's two-run homer the Big Ten, while Wisconsin is;in the ninth inning Saturday | propelled Boston to a 5-3 victo- jry over the A's and snapped a Red Sox losing streak. Carl Yastrzemski, who had i»i Thomas' two-run single. OMAHA—tbrhbl RICO 3b 5110 Sprlggs rb ' 5010 PaePke if 5030 Harrison Ib 5030 Sorrell 2b-ss • lealy ..e 'rablecf -MS SS Montamry p Sulllvn ph Hudalns p Pitts 3b llmmons c Thomas rf-1b3 0 '. Melendez cf 3 o Julndon Ib Nossek rf Murony If Coulter Ib Clevlnd o 3000 3000 Totlll » 1 t S RatimSkot Helps Twins, It's 8 of 10 CLEVELAND, OHIO (AP) Paul Ratliff hit a two-rim homer in the ninth inning Saturday, boosting the Minnesota Twins to a §-$ triumph over the Indians. Ratliff's first home run of the season and his second in the major leagues followed a walk to Leo Cardenas. It was Minnesota's eighth triumph in the last 10 gtirhes and ran Cleveland's losing streak to four games and seven of nine. the first to give Cleveland a 1-0 lead. But, in the -sixth Luis Tiant» who was bidding for his sixth' straight victory," led off with a double and Tony Oliva hit a two-run homer. 110 000 OOO—l 300 tOO 02 X—5 _ T . .. Thomas, Skrable. LOB—Omaha 12, Tulsa 4. 28—Melendez. SB — Simmons. SH—Healy, Thomas. SF—Gulndon. IP Montgomery (L, 0-1) 3 E—Coulter 2. Rico 3, DB—Omaha 12, ~ ' .BR Hudqlns Jones Wright 1 Cleveland (W, 3-2) 9 PB—Simmons. Mealy. MINNESOTA abi .. Tovar cf 301 Carew 2b abrhbl __ 5000 LBrown 2b Ollva rf 3112 Plnson rf 1 0 .0 0. ? 10002 22110 91037 T—2:10. A-1,339. CLBVELAND abrhbl Uhlaendr cf 3 1 3 2 - 4010 4010 Kiiie~br'ew 3b 4 6 6 o THorton Ib 4010 Qulllcl 3b 0000 Nettles 3b Reese Ib 3010 Fosse c Holt If 4000 Foster If Cardenas ts 3200 Heldemn n Ratlllf c 3112 Chance p faint 7 S 1 Perrnoskl p 1000 Hlnton &\ HiQQlris p 4000 4000 4111 3110 - J V°, 9 0 0 00 « ,00 TTavlor 3b 6 Doyle 2b i 0 1 0 . . . . Hlsle" cf 4000 70 1 1 DJohnson Ib 60 0 0 6100 Browne rf 6231 1012 Hutto If 4021 2000 GJackson pr o 1 0 0 1000 OOOO 1000 Crawford rf 2 1 0 0 Selma p Sudakis 3b 5010 Hoerner p Slzemore 2b 5110 Bunnlnfl ph Torborg c 6121 Compton c Vance P 1100 Bates c Lamb p 0000 Bowa ss Gabrlelsn ph 1 0 0 0 Parrllla oh Pascual p 0000 Harmon ss Norman p 0000 Fryman p Holler ph 0000 Palmer o Grbkwltz oh 0 0 0 1 CShort p Pena p 0 0 0 0-Joseph Ph RStone If Total 499127 Total 2 0 10 4000 2000 1 0-0-0 3020 2000 0100 0000 0000 1001 49~4~9~3 6-3. WISCONSIN Boschlte 2b Erlcksn ss iShandlng Ib I Volqt rf ! Johnson cf O'Brien If > Bennett 3b Skaleckl c Enlund p ab r h bl 3,0 0 0 3010 3010 3010 3000 3000 3120 3021 2000 .Totals Wisconsin lot U 1 7 1 low* Wisconsin 5; SB—Sundbera; S- '° WA ""•«!«, Kruii cf 3000 three-game Perkins 3b. 3 0 0 0 ° Breshears 2b 3 0 0 0 Blazln If 3000 Sundbera c 3020 Keoppe'i'ib 1000 i slammed a pair of solo homers Rupert A<>Ao l?or BosUMU tagged : reliever Diego Segui for a two-out single in the ninth and Conigliaro crashed • Teklnskl p Totals 0 0 1 .000 2000 2000 ! 22 0 2 0 000 »-l 000 0—0 E—Perkins; DP—Iowa'1; LOB—Iowa 2, Enlund. Tekllnskl (L, 3-4) 7 711 WP—Tekllnsklj PB—Sundberg; T- .OB —En R E nlund. -RBB! Angeles' .'.'.".'.. 210 ooo 010 000 05— 9 Huttoi 3B—Browne, Mota 2. HR—Browne SB—Mota, Crawford. S—Vance. (2). SB—Moti.. _ .. Sudanis. SF—R.Stone, Grabrkewitz. IP H R ER BB Vance 41-34 ' Lamb i 1 2-3 0 Pascual ..: 0 2 Norman (W.l-0) ... 5 Pena 1 Fryman 61-3 Palmer 1 2-3 CShort 1 Selma (L.2-2) 41-3 Hoerner 2-3 WP—Fryman. Balk, PB—Bates. T—4:04. 42|0 WASHINGTON MILWAUKEE ab r h bl ab r h bl Brnkman ss 4 0 C 3 Harper 3b 4000 DNelsnn 2b 3 0 v, 1 Hegan Ib BAIIen 2b 2000 Snvder cf FHoward Ib 3000 Hrshbrgr Ph Relchardt If 4 l l o Walton If HAIIen rf 3010 Hovley rf Maye rf 1000 Savaqe rf ARodraez 3b 3 0 1 1 Kubiak ss Case Leads Iowa State In Rain, 4-0 •C.Short, Norman. Hunt 2b Helse 2b Mays cf "ifta Jayhawks Lose Ground to JSU Stroud cf Casanova c Bosman p Knowlos p Plna p Epstein ph Gricnda p Coleman p total 3100 MNertnv c 4021 Kennedy 2b 3000 Morris p 0000 Comer ph 0 0 0 IGelnar P 1010 0000 0000 4020 1000 -3021 3000 1000 5121 4020 3001 .1 .0 0 I (The Register's Iowa News Service) i AMES, IA.—Bob Case drove; errors by Duncan in all four Iowa. State runs be- Scott's single, fore rain halted action in the | Yastrzemski's sixth and seventh homers helped Boston build a 3-0 lead, but the A's bounced back to tie it on homers by Dave Duncan, -Rert^Cainpaneris and Don Mincher. After Yastrzemski's first homer in the fourth off Oakland starter Jim Hunter, the Red Sox added an unearned run on two and George CRAWFORD'S BLAST TOPS DENVER, 5-3 INDIANAPOLIS, IND. (AP) — Al Crawford's two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning Saturday night gave the Indians a 5-3 American Associ-l ation victory over Denver. Denver took a 2-0 lead on home runs as pitcher Jan Dukes cracked one in the third and Jeff Burroughs added one in the fourth. Frank Duffy hit a solo homer for Indianapolis, also in the fourth. Total Minnesota Cleveland E-Klllebrew. 31 5 5 5 -oo 1 « 0 33 3J 3 00*0 20-1 _ DP-Mlnn*sofa l. LOB— Minnesota 6, Cleveland 4. 28—Plnson, Tjant._ 3B—Heldemann. ..HR—U.hlaender . (2), ollva SB— dema Fost (4), Foster . Reese, Tovar. 1 mder. j o i 102 3 3 it 9 0002 2211 T—2:33. A - DENVER ab r h bi Raqland 2b 4000 Castle Ib Smith rf Pttrsn rf Jimenez rf Grieve cf 5010 4000 Brrghs 3b Billings c Mason ss Dukes p Miles p Rltler p Hense oh . Blckmn p 0000 4010 3100 4111 3010 3021 2211 0000 0000 0000 0000 Totals 32 3 7 3 INDIANAPOLIS ab r h bl Mashore cf 4021 Duffy ss 4121 Andrsn Ib . .mnde. Dels Hoz3b 40 4000 0000 WIlcox rf Swnson If Crwfd rf Armstng 2b Breeden c Gelsherl o House p 0100 4010 4232 3111 3000 1000 OOOO Plummer ph 1 0 0 0 0000 1000 Totals Irl VlO 5 Welsch p Bvacqua ph Denver Ind.anapollt E-Jimenez, oils 3. 2 B- 001 000 LOB—Denver ( 101 000—3 100 022—5 , Indianap- Crawford. 3B- Crawford. HR—Dukes (1). Burroughs (4), Duffy (3) Crawford (I), S-Dukes. I P _ fifth inning of the Cyclones' 4-0 victory over Oklahoma State in Campaneris unloaded in Yastrzemski homered again in the sixth, but Duncan 343103 4010 Harrelson ss 6 2 3 2 1000 Marshall II i 1 3 4 3100 Shamsky rf 5233 1000 Swoboda rf 1 0 o n 5132 Boswell 2b 5122 Ctndenon Ib 2100 JOrgensn Ib braska's Bob Griego smacked a 4020 Garrelt 3b 4 0 0 0 Foy 3b 1000 Dyer c 1000 Koosman p 0000 RTaylor p 0000 5120 5121 0000 0100 0100 3 10 0 4211 0000 Whftaker If McCovey Ib Hendersn If Dletz c Fuentes 3b Lanler ss Robertsn p Llnzy p Bryant p ReberBer p Gallagher ph 1 0 0 o McManon p 0 0 0 0 Davenprt ph 0 0 0 0 MCormck p OOOO ^ Total 375105 Total 38141513 San Frinelteo ...103001 0 0 o- 5 New-=York 031 012 OOx-14 LOB—San Francisco 9, New York 11. 2B—Bonds, McCovey, , Shamsky, " iderson. HR—Henderson (4), Shamsky Henderson (1). SB-, Robertson Llnzy •' B 3 2 0 RiTaylSr "."'..'.'..'.'. \ 2-3 6 0 PB-DletZ. T-3:09. A-41,655. _>rvant ReberBer McManon McCormlcl. Koosman (W,l-2) lick IP H .22-3 3 .11-3 3 . 1-3 2 . 2-3 4 . 2 2 . 1 1 71-310 R ER BB SO 4 4 7 1 3 3 0 two-run double with two the bottom of the tenth Saturday to give the Cornhusk- ers a 7-6 Big Eight baseball victory over Kansas. The loss dropped the second- place Jayhawks to 8-6 in the league standings, three games behind Iowa State's 10-2 pace. Paul Womble blasted his sixth home run for the Jayhawks in the fourth. Joe Baker and Tomj Tidball hit homers for the! Buskers, 34 2 6 2 Total Two out when winning run scored. Washington ... » 0 0 000 100 0—2 Milwaukee .... Oil 000000 1—3 E—A.Rodriguez. DP—Washington 2, ilwaukee 2. LOB-Washlngton 6. .ilwaukee 10. 2B—Relchardt, McNertney. nvder. 3B—A.Rodriguez. SB—Harper. —Kennedy, and ..,-.. . the Big Eight baseball Saturday. jbottom_pf the inning, snapping -i Case smacked Dukes 7 1-3" Miles 1-3 Ritter 1-3 Blackmon (L, 0-2) 1-3 Geishert 5 1-3 House 2-3 HBP—by A-789. __ Ollva, ._ Tlant 7 Perranoskl (W,H) 2 3 Chance .-7.. 62-3 3 Paul 11-3 0 Hldfllru (1,0-2) .... 1 2 WP-Chance. PB-Ralllff. 5,485. _____ Sweep Boosts Gophers to 10-2 MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. (AP) — Minnesota swept a doubleheader from Northwestern, 14-4 and 6-4. Saturday after the games were delayed some four hours due to rain. The Gophers scored eight runs in the second inning of the " first game. In the nightcap, John Peterson hit a three-run— home run for Minnesota. Minnesota is now 10-2 in the Big Ten. Ralston Upsets Aussie Rosewall ATLANTA. GA. (AP) - Dennis Ralston of Bakersfield, Calif., downed top-seeded Ken Rosewall of Australia, 9-7, 6-3, Saturday to move into the fi- leishert (Billings) R ER BB SO 3300 OOOO OOOO, 3 2 3 J 2° 4°i nals of the Atlanta Tennis Clas- 0001 0003 0010 T-2:17. —. NP" i Milwaukee —^c- out inj Bosman ' ....... IP ,,. 3 ^ inning rp^™'" ......... ,° 2 . 3 § ' ..... ' ' R2E BB SO a 450-foot'Sonny Siebert's scoreless streak home run in the first inning, i at 19 innings, singled in the third and doub-1 BOSTON abrhbl OAKLAND led in the fifth. ! &%W e ?» 1 0 ° 0 $ * uar lf Rain fell throughout the i ?»','!, J?? J «&-«,„«« game which saw freshman Donjfg!?^ 1 " 54 J^ gJiSU'ib abrhbl! ampnrls is 4 1 1 1 Grzenda (L.l-1) ... 2-3 11 Coleman 0 1 0 0 1 0 Morris 7 52211 Gelnar (W.l-2) .... 3 10012 HBP—by Morris (Stroud). bv- Gelnar (Brinkman), by Grzenda (Walton). T— 2:37. A— 8,935. ? 1 1 Powers pitch a two-hitter in his \ f^?, raand0 ° C3b " "first start. ^sieben P The victory advanced Iowa State's league-leading record to, 10-2 with six games remaining. 3 0 4 0 I _ Duncan c 0 0 DGreen.2b 4010 Hunter R Lindblad p Grant o IOWA, £&ffu . To-ill •brhbl OKLA CITY •b r h bl NEW YORK ab r h bl 3012 4000 CALIFORNIA ab r h b! 233 000 . City rf!if{u& on,"Hnd. IP—Iowa. 2. wa.,5. Okl«. Clty^. s ue- (AAavberrv). Save— Scott. T—2:21. Russia Takes 2*1 Davis Cup Lead BUDAPEST, HUNGARY (AP) — Alexsander Metreveli and Sergei Ldkhachev of Russia defeated Szabolcs Baranyi and Ribert Machan, 64, 4-fl, 6-3, UnioJa a <V1 lead over Hungary in their European Zone Davis -Cup teqois matches. ANGELS DRUB YANKEES, 11 -3 /?on Hunt Sidelined By Dislocated Toe NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) - A dislocated toe sidelined Francisco second baseman Ron iHunt in the seventh inning of men j the Giants-Mets game Satur;day. How long he will be ! lined was not known. ANAHEIM, CALIF. (AP) The Ang^Js scored four runs in the second inning Saturday night and went on to whip Newl York's Yankees; 11-3. j The Angels added five more runs in the fourth .and tagged starter Mike Kekich and relieve* Joe V«?banic -for 18 -hits.- loiva Ties, 2-2, Meet Delayed (The Register's Iowa News Service) IOWA CITY, IA. - Iowa lost jthe two top matches but tied j Northwestern, 2-2, ii\ tennis Saturday before rain forced postponement of the rest of the match. It will be continued next San wee i{ j n Minneapolis, Minn., just before the Big Ten tourna- OKLA. STATE ab r h bl Cross ss 3010 Houck If 2000 Manaugh cf Edwards rf Kemph Ib Keller 3b 2010 Robblns 2b 2000 Thompson c 2 0 0 0 Rlchardsn p 2 0 0 0 Totals 2000 2000 2000 It 0 2 0 IOWA STATE ab r h bl Bolty cf 3220 Lunflin ss 3110 Case 3b 3134 Corrigan c 2000 Crandell Ib 2000 Wood rf 2010 Tadelman If 2010 Ellens 2b 2000 Powers p 2010 Totals 21 4 » 4 Total 39 5 9 5 Total Boston 000 201 Oakland 000002 010— 3,c- u . L E—Duncan 2. Bando, Mincher. DP— Scheinb- Boston I. LOB—Boston 9. Oakland 1. 2B— \»m rf Andrews, Siebert. HR—Yastrzemski 2 (7). i (ownstn 3b Duncan (4), Camoanerls (2), Mincher (8), T.Conlollaro (3). IP H Slebert (W.3-1) .... 9 5 Hunler 62-3 S Lindhlad 0 0 Grant l 1-3 •> Senui (L.0-3) .1 2 T—2:10. A—33.203. EVANSVILLE BEATS WICHITA AGAIN EVANSVILLE, IND. (AP) - g J 8; Herman Hill swatted three hits, including a solo homer in the fourth inning, to lead Evans| j S |i ville to its third straight victory over Wichita, 6-3, Saturday night. WICHITA sic. Ralston meets Tom Okker of Holland for the championship today. . ' . 401 4 400 3 0 1 311. 3111 00 00 0 L -.00 Francona oh 0 0 0 0 RJackson or 0 0 0 0 Seoul P _p_p_oj W | CH|TA ,„,.„,„ 30 i ^ 11 Camilli ss 4010 ( 01— 5' chambllss If 3 2 2 0 ! - - -'Carrthrs Ib 4111 Gonzalez 2ta , Baker cf R ER BBSOiSuarezc 3 3'1 3 Ronr P 3 2 1 6'R>ttwatep o o o 1 i Miller p 2201| 5lV a9U ? ph I Mingorl p 4111 3021 3000 4000 n°o§ oooo 1000 oooo 1010 oooo Oklahoma Slat* Iowa State E—Bolty, Lundln, bins, LOB—Oklahoma State 4, 0 0—4! 201 0 1-4 | Ellens, Kemph, Rob- i Iowa State oo. 3. 2B-Bolty, Case. H.R-Case. SB^Case Richardson (L, 1-4) Powers (W, 1-0) T—1:11. 'A—625. H 94 2 0 RBBSO 302 002 Knoxville Races Are Canceled—Rain Tot With! Evan Jl 3 I 1 Totals 'Ichita ivantvllle E-Chambliss, EVANSVILLE abrhbi Thompsn ss 5120 Hill cf Glover 2b Nash Ib Powell If Peckner 3b Sevclk c Vasser rt Blyleven p Gebhard p 4231 4120 4010 3121 3100 4011 4000 4020 0000 Totals 15 i 13 3 000 1 0 ) _ Jhambliss, Camilla. _ Evansvllle.l. LOB—Wichita 5, Singles- Don Lulr IN> beat Ml beat Bob Vizna. 6-4. 6-1; Ian 111 beat Bob Holm. 6-1. 6-2 Rod .. beat lo.uql.ton (N) Houol Phi SWEEPIDA DIES STOCKTON, CALIF. (AP) - Sweepida, winner of the Santa Anita Derby in 1940, is dead at .the age of 33. He earned more successive than $100,000. • Supers. (The Register's Iowa News Service) KNOXVILLE, IA. - Saturday night's s u p e r-modified races at the Marion County Fairgrounds were canceled because of rain. It was the second cancellation for the 10<00 2—1 ... 101 00 x—i amllle. OP—Wichita 1, r.- 1—Wichita 5, Evansville 7. 2B—Thompson, Carruthers. 38—Glover. HR—Hill 2. SF—Lowenstein. IP H Rohr (L, 1-4) -2 2-3 9 Rittwate 21-31 l Miller 2 3 1 Mlngori 1 0 0 xBlyleven (W, 1-1) 8 88 Gebhard 1 0 0 xPaced 3 batten n 9lh. HBP—Gonzalez by Gebhard A—2,496. R ER BB SO 4322 1102 1 002 0001 8323 0000 T—2:25. WRESTLING DES MOINES VETS AUDITORIUM Wed, Eve. May 20 S:30P.M. RACE VS LITTLEBEAR RASCHKE VS RUFUS GIRLS MATCH PLUS 2 OTHER MATCHES. 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