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Sweep Doubleheader From Atlanta ef i i 'W* W»U *.«••!> v *»•.•*« IIV rfead serhms itout his -"~ miter when Robinson began to teaf apart the American League and when he himself got Off to a customary slow _t colorful rishthandef is on spot -and h« knows it. .ie key m»n in the trade en sent Frank Robinson to Orioles during the winter, >as was 'expected to bolster . Cincinnati staff to " lent that it could lead start. But Pappas was mined to prove himself. the the _ te pennant. the National League Hfs talks wasn't made any deter. "1 don't expect the fans to be charitable," Pappas said of his predicament. But charity isn't needed any longer because the tail righthander, who was 27 years old today, has begun to produce in the manner expected. Pappas, known as something of a flake during his younger N.Y. Knicks Expected To Select Russell days with Baltimore, pitched a four-hit shutout over the Atlanta Braves Tuesday night fis the Reds swept a doubleheader 8-2 and 8-0 for their fourth consecutive victory and sixth In their last seven games. It was the second straight strong outing for Pappas, who beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 7-1 last Friday. He now has evened his record at 2-!Z and reduced his earned run average to a highly respectable 2.75, The Dodgers whipped Philadelphia fi-l behind Sandy Koufax, the San Francisco Giants stretch their N.L. fead to 3% games by edging Pittsburgh 24 in 16 innings, St. Louis blasted Chicago 8*0 and the Mets defeated Houston 7 * 4 in other games. Baltimore took over undisputed possession of first place in poned by rain. the American nipping Chicago League 3-2 in by 12 the Using Heds looked for the stint in first time this season like the Nottebart pennant contenders they arc supposed to be. Their batting YORK (UP!) -The Nfeftr York Knickerbockers wwere exited to select Michigan All- America Caztie Russell today in the annual National Basket- Highlands Stts Ultra-Squad Gome LAS VEGAS (UPI)- Spring football winds up Saturday at New Mexico Highlands with the traditional intra-squad game. ball Association draft of college players. The Knicks won the right to choose first on the basis of a last place finish in the Eastern Division and the winning of a coin flip with Detroit, basement dwzller in the Western Division. Detroit had the right to choose second, followed, in order, by San Francisco, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Boston, Philadelphia and ChlcifO. Duke City Out Of Top Spot El Paso's surging Sun Kings swept a doubleheader from the Albuquerque Dodgers Tuesday night, knocking the Dodgers out of (he Texas League top spot. El Paso whipped Albuquerque 74 in the first game and 4-3 in the second. The Sun Kings' efforts didn't do them as much good. They remained in fourth place, three and a half-games out, one game closer than before the doubleheader. innings while Cleveland was beaten by Detroit, also by the score of 3-2. Washington whipped California 44 and Kansas City squeezed by Boston 3-2 in 10 Innings. New York at Minnesota was post- hadn't pitched in two weeks due;on the Phillies on Sept. 19, 1964. tn» n M*r«hJk .11- _*_. 1 1 j—-i t» _. .* 41 .1 m •*•• *.. .... ,- •* ' . ...-, — .. „ gr.w..^. jn *,T»V vrv-^rto vtui. ,\su uic I mines Ull OCIJI. Jo, lOTTr. Pappas didn't allow an extra to a sore elbow, limited the) Tom Haller scored from third base hit by the bruising Braves jBraves to three hits and struck in the 15th inning and Chipped in with a triple as out seven in a seven-inning!Pirates elected to tl*A fel*l*lrt T)*t*lM 1***ki»«.l itf**. 1L.A d.ilul i— Jt _ . .._ : **. I * • . * -. the held when the „, - go for the opener. Don;double play on Len Gabrielson Atlanta hitless over the final two frames. The Dodgers stole the Phillies attack, Which had been pitiful j blind, pilfering six bases—three during the first month of the leason, was potent in the doubleheader, accounting for 26 hits in the twinblll, Cincinnati got an added boost from the sparkling perfor* mance of Jim Maloney. The hard«throwing righthander, who by craftsman Maury Wills, to back Koufax' six-hit pitching. Koufax fanned 10 in boosting his record to 4-1 and the Dodgers drove Philly catcher Bob Uecker crazy with their larceny. It matched a smaller humiliation the Dodgers heaped and failed. The bases were loaded at the time. The victory went to Frank Linzy, who yielded two hits in a four-inning relief effort before Joe Gibbon extinguished a Pittsburgh threat in the bottom of the stanza. Pitcher Bob Gibson homered in support of his own four-hitter as the Cards bombed the Cubs. 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Thit »p*ci»l »ny make or model U-S. BBING YOUB CAB IN NOWAND6AYE! «•*, N. Mu. nn is scared, however, he's not the patient. The Baltimore manager Is taking the Orioles No. 1 pitcher Steve Barber to the doctor today and faces the possibility of losing his ace southpaw for at least 15 days. Bauer revealed the necessity of the trip Tuesday night after the Orioles had moved into sole possession of first place in the American League by shading Chicago 3-2 In 12 innings. Baltimore had been tied with Cleveland for the lead, but Detroit nipped the Indians 3-2. Barber strained the tendon in tiis left shoulder in a game 1.99 earned run average, is circuit, expected to be placed disabled list for the minimum. Bauer is more concerned about Barber's pitching arm in against the Indians last Satur pitching than one or two games doubled to deep right center to day. The 27-year-old fireballer, at this stage." who boasts a 2-0 record and on the California 15-day pitching August and September about his availability than because of rain. now Bauer does not want to risk a more serious injury for the sake of winning a few more games early in the campaign "We're in first place by a game now but there's still a long way to go," he said aftei the victory. "I'm much more worried about the long-range Keane Relaxes, Sees Mets Play Houston NEW YORK (UPI) —It was he sat virtually unnoticed with the only wheel in town, so Johnny Keane did the most natural thing in the world. He went out to see a ball game, The deposed Yankee manager came out to see the Mets play the Astros Tuesday night and Repair IIEFLAIK • Precision Remanufac. tured witi Brand New Parts • Satisfaction Guaranteed Or Your Money Back • Fast, Expert Installation Service by competent mechanics • There is an Engine to fit your Car or Truck—Over 250 Models! 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Keane smiled and merely shrugged. I'm not too surprised," he said, "they're a good ball club. They're going to win their share of games." WT, Highlands Slate Game LAS VEGAS (UPI)- New Mexico Highlands closes out its home baseball season Monday agains West Texas State. On Friday and Saturday, the Cowboys will play two doubl*- headers with New Mexico State at I/as Cruces. Highlands has won 27 games and lost 10 this season. Four of their wins were over NMS. Elsewhere 4-1 of In Cincinnati s\\ Atlanta, 8-2 ir 0 in the ni| blanked Chief whipped Ho Angeles decis 6-1 and San third base on to put an end to 45 minute who elected double play i lobinsoa at h Frank and started the Orioles, who After Frank on a force runners adva ball by J. Johnson was walked be der. Pinch hitter 1 in the junior hington stopped on the three-hit Pete Richert. iged Boston 3-2 in the New York at ne was postponed n. tional League. ept a pair from the opener and 8- htcap, St. Louis go 8-0, New York jston 7-4, Los oned Philadelphia Francisco nipped in 15 innings. nson scored from a fielder's choice to a three hour, ;ame and send first place. With ed and one out in Snyder grounded man Don Buford, to try for the rvstead of forcing )jne plate. Brooks Robinson rally for the had the bases eighth, ninth and ut failed to score. had been erased ut, the Orioles ced on a passed 1 Martin. Dave ' a s intentionally Snyder's groun- r Willie Horton score Bill Freehan from first in the ninth inning and give Mickey Lolich his sixth straight victory over the Indians dating back to May 22, 1964. Lolich, with Fred Gladding mopping up In the ninth, allowed only three hits. With the score knotted at 2-2 in the ninth, Freehan looped a single to right with one out. Horton pinch hit for Lolich, who won his fourth game in five decisions this season. Fred Valentine backed Richert's three-hitter with four hits, including a double and a triple. Richert, who won- his fourth straight career victory over the Angels, struck out seven and didn't walk a batter. Valentine, who wrapped out four hits Monday night against California, scored two runs and raised his average to .288. Ozzie Chavarria "legged" Kansas City's winning run home. With one away, Chavarria struck out but raced to first on Mike Ryan's passed ball. The K.C. rightfielder stole second and darted home on an infield hit by Bert Campaneris. Tony Conigliaro poled a homer for the Red Sox. JOHNSTON'S 1 SPORTING GOODS I YOUR I SPORTS HEADQUARTERS 1 915 MAIN 762-3111 | You (an Count on I Quality Cost*-, No Mori- at SAVE 3.00 on ALLSTATE 36-Month High Voltage Batteries 36-MONTH GUAHANTEE Free replacement within 90 days of purchase, if battery proves defective. 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