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TT i : r T T ^ V e Afitdna Republic 180 FANFARE Sat., .tune 30,19*3 •REPtmttC CITY 'by.WdttDitzen.- , hit wins for Cubs Cardinal Bonds* slam f uels Giants -ft-'-: Chisox nip A's 4-3 9 gain slim West lead •%_7 "OAKLAND (AP) - Ed Herrmann hit a decisive home, run and pitcher Stan Bahnsen won his 10th game of 'the season with relief help Friday night, leading the Chicago White Sox back into first place in the American League West with a 4-3 victory over the Oakland A's. The White Sox, a scant four percentage points ahead of Oakland and just half a game ahead of California and Mihnesota in the wild divisional scramble, took a 2-0 lead off Ken Holtzman in the second inning on singles by Carlos May, Luis Alvarado and Hank Allen, a passed ball and a sacrifice fly by Eddie Eeon. ' Singles by Bill Melton, May and Alvarado made it 3-0 in 'the third and Herrmann hit $is: sixth homer in the eighth 'inning. Holtzman, 11-8, has Ijost five straight games. \: Bahnsen, 10-6, gave up Oak- tland's first run in the third on !a single by Bert Campaneris 'and a double by Sal Bando. •Terry Forster bailed Bahnsen ;6ut of a seventh-inning jam, •then gave up Bando's two-run Double in the ninth before Cy ' Acosta relieved him and pres- "£rved the victory. five innings until Fran Healy broke the spell by leading off the sixth with a double. After fanning Fred Patek, Bibby walked Steve Hovley, but left both runners stranded by retiring Ed Kirkpatrick on a fly ball and John Mayberry on a grounder. The Rangers added two runs off relief pitcher Bruce Dal Canton in the seventh on Dave Nelson's run-scoring single and Harrah's fielder's choice. CHICAGO OAKLAND Jeter cf 4000 Campnris ss 5220 R.'Kellvrf 5010 North cf 3100 4000 Bando 3b 5043 0000 RJackson rf 5000 3110 DeJohnsn dh 4 0-2 0 1000 Lewis pr 0000 4130 Rudl dh 1000 4131 Tenale Ib 3000 4111 Fosse c 2'010 4010 Hegan ph 1000 3001 Hosley c -1 0 0 0 0000 DGreen 2b 1000 0000 McKiney ph 1000 -0000 Ttrlllo 2b 1000 Mangual If 4010 4121 Tenae Ib 3000 Holtzman p o 0 0 0 ...'Kellvrf Afidrews Ib Muser Ib Melton 3b Orta 2b CMay dh Alvarado 2b Hrrmann c H Allen If Leon ss BShnsen p Forster p Acosta p i Alvarado 2b jTotal 36 4 »«3 Total 37 3 10 3 Chicago Oakland 021 001 000 000 010- 4 002— 3 s 1-hiller ; ARLINGTON, Tex. (AP)- Jjljfi Bibby pitched a one-hit- t$p'' for his first American league victory ever and the T^xas Rangers blanked the is City Royals Friday 3-0. Pibby (1-2), who was mak- Igg his third start since being ^quired from the St. Louis June 6, struck out and walked five. jumped to an early l&d off Kansas City's rookie rjlbthander Mark Littell (1-2). Nelson led off with a ble, moved to third on y Harrah's bunt and d on Alex Johnson's in- out. ' went hitless for & KANSAS CITY ob i li hi TEXAS Medich (6-3) for a run in the first on singles by John Lowenstein and Oscar Gamble and George Hendrick's sacrifice fly. They made it 2-0 in the fourth on Chris Chambliss' single, a stolen base, an error and Rusty Torres' infield hit. CLEVELAND NEW YORK ab r h ht ab r h bl Lowenstn 3b 4 I I 0 Clarke 3b 3 0 n 0 Gamble dh 4010 White II i 7 1 1 Hcndrirk cl 5001 MAlou Ih 4110 Fills c 4000 Murcer cf 4177 Snikes II 4010 Blombcra dh 3 1 0 0 Chmbllss Ib 4 I 1 0 GNetllcr, 3b 4110 Brohamr ?.b 4000 Callison if 4000 RTorres rl :l 0 7 1 MulTion r 3 I 0 0 Cardenas ss 3010 Michael ss 2013 GPerrv n 0000 Merticli n 0000 Palck ss 7000 DNelson 7b Hovlev cl 3000 Hurrah 3b Klrkpatrk rl 3 0 0 0 AJohnsn dh Mavberrv Ib 4 0 0 0 Cartv If Pinlclla II :i 0 0 0 Marldox II :< 0 0 0 Spencer Ih 3000 Harris cl .1000 'Burruahs rf 3010 Sucre? c. 0000 Mason ss 0000 Bibbv P Hopkins rih Roias 2b School 3b Healv c Lillcll p DalCanln p db r h bi .1111 3021 4011 4000 0000 3010 4010 3110 3000 1110 0000 Total 27 0 I 0 --.. Tolal 29 .1,8 3 Kansas City 000 000 000— 0 Texas 100 000 JOx- 3 DP—Kansas Cltv 1. l.OB—Kansas City 5, Texas 8.'28—0.Nelson, Harris, Healy, Burroughs. S—Harrah, Suarez. Lltlcll (L.l-2) 5 DalCanfon 3 Bibbv (W.l-2) 9 HBP—bv DalCanlon 2:11. A—9,619. H R ER BB SO 51121 32211 10057 (Burroughs). T— , <E—Campaneris, Leon 2, Trl Ip DP— Chicago 2. LOB-Chicago 7, Oakland 11. 58—Bando 2. HR—Herrmann (6). SB—Jetor. SF-Leon. |p H - RERBBSO •tahnien (W,!0-6) 6 2 2-3 8-1 1 3 4 Atosta 1-300001 HOItzman (L,11-B) 9 9 4 3 1 3 . Save—Acos.ta (6). WP—Bahnsen. PB— F6sse.T-2:40. A-10,963. I O's rip Tigers I DETROIT (AP) - Earl Williams collected two of Balti, rnore's four home runs, driv- ; ing in four runs, Doyle Alex• ader fired a five-hitter and ; the Orioles crushed the De': troit Tigrs, 9-2, Friday night. ; I Baltimore, which extended • Us winning streak to five ''games and ended the Tiger • string at four, jumped on Jim '.Perry for three runs in both :the first and. fourth innings. ! Williams led off the fourth "with a homer, then hit his 10th tripper of the season in seventh after a two-out •alk to Boog Powell and a by Tommy Davis. ; ^Powell hit a two-run homer ih'tthe first after Baltimore had scored its first run on a f&rce out by Paul Blair fol- Igjpng singles by Al Bumbry £nd Rich Coggins. jlln the fourth, Mark Belanger; walked and Bumbry jpumped his fourth homer into jifie right field seats, BALTIMORE DETROIT :,"" abrhbl ab r h hi Biimbrv It 5222 CBiown dh 4010 Caseins rl 5020 MStanlev cl 3000 Bfolf.cl S 1 0 1 Cash Ib 4010 JBnwell Ib 322 2 WHoiton If 2010 " Ib 1000 Norlhrun II 2000 5 clh 5130 Sinn c 3100 Mfflams c i 2 t 4 KolillP rf 3100 H4 h 2b J 0 1 0 Reese If 1000 bin™ Jh 4000 MAulilfc 2b :t 0 0 0 linger ss 3120 ARodigiv .Ib 4 o I ? Xondi p 0000 EBihkmn ss J 0 I n JPeirv n 0000 Si hot inn o 0000 Fi ymnn p 0000 ofcil 40 9 14 9 Total 3.1 '! b 2 Hmort 300 300 300- » roil 010 000 001— 2 w*B.Robinson f. l.OB •-Biilllmmo A. 'fail >. ?B T.Dnvis ?, G.Bunvn. rush. £-J.Powell 14), E.Willtums 2 (!0i, !J*' V M) - IP II H FR BR SO Winder (W.6-4) 9 i 2 1 3 1 «riV (L,8 /) 4 9 o 6 I '! •rnion 3 4 :i 3 1 2 nan 2 10003 , A-31,247. Perry 'greased' NEW YORK (AP) - Roy While slugged two home runs, Bobby Murcer hit one and Gene Michael ripped a three- run double as the New York Yankees, pounding alleged grease - ball nemesis G-aylord Perry for six runs in the fourth inning, beat the Cleveland Indians, 7-2, Friday night. Held hitless for three innings by Perry (8-10) the Yanks began their comeback from a 2-0 deficit when White opened the fourth with his first home run of the game. Matty Alou beat out an infield hit and Murcer, fined $250 by commissioner Bowie Kuhn earlier in the day for remarks about Perry's alleged doctoring of the baseball, smashed his 13th homer into the right-center field bleachers. Walks to Ron Blomberg and Thurman Munson around Graig Nettles' single loaded the bases and Michael cleared them with his double into the right field corner. White hit his second homer of the game and eighth of the year in the seventh inning. The Indians nicked George Dick Allen's leg fracture hurts Chisox Trltil 32 2 7 2 Tolal 30 7 7 7 Cleveland too 100 000— 2 New York 00060010X-7 E-.-Mimson, Ellis. DP—Cleveland 1. LOB .-Cleveland 5, New York 3. 5B- Ml- chaol, Spikes. MR —While 2 (8), Murcer (13). SB—Chambllss. SF—Hendrlck. IP H R ER BB SO G.Peirv (l.,8-10) 8 77646 Mcilich IW,6-3) 9 'J 1 2 ] S T- 2:17. A—9,611. Darwin's slam ANAHEIM (AP) — Bob Darwin's grand-slam home run in the eighth inning broke up a brilliant pitching duel between California's Nolan Ryan and Minnesota's Bert Blyleven and gave the Twins a 4-0 victory over the Angels Friday night. The Twins, who had managed only two hits off Ryan (9-9) through seven, sandwiched two walks around Jim Holt's bunt single, setting the stage for Darwin's llth homer of the season over the left-center field fence. Blyleven retired the first 13 Angels in order before Richie Scheinblum produced an infield single with one out in the fifth. Minnesota, meanwhile, was held hitless by Ryan until Darwin lined a single to left in the fourth. Blyleven had to pitch out of trouble in the seventh when the Angels loaded the bases on singles by Tom McCraw and Kin Berry plus a walk to Mike Epstein. But Blyleven got Alan Gallagher to roll to Carew for the third out. Blyleven yielded only four hits while walking one to gain his 10th victory against eight losses. MINNESOTA CALIFORNIA ab r h bl ab r h bl 5000 Alomar 2b 4000 4100 Pinson II 4000 1100 McCraw dh 4010 4 1 2 4 Epstein Ib 3010 4020 Schnblm rf .4010 2000 Berry cf 3010 4000 Gallagher 3b 3 0 0 0 3110 Meoll ss 3000 4010 Torborg c 2000 0000 Grbkwtz ph 1000 Kusnver c 0000 NRyan p 0000 CHICAGO (AP) - Jose Cardenal's single with the bases loaded in the last of the 10th inning gave the Chicago Cubs a 4-3 victory over the New York Mets Friday. Don Kessinger opened the Cubs' 10th with a single and took second when pinch-hitter Billy Williams walked. Another walk to Rick Monday filled the bases and then reliever Tug McGraw got Glenn Beckert to hit into a force play at the plate. But Cardenal followed with his single to left that scored Williams. Gene Riser's home run, his first in the majors, tied the game for the Cubs with two put in the ninth and sent it into extra innings. Ken Bo'swell, pinch hitting for Mets' starting pitcher Tom Seaver, homered in the eighth to make it 2-2, but John Milner put the Mets ahead in the top of the ninth with his 10th home run of the season. The Cubs got off to a 1-0 lead in the first inning When Monday walked, stole second and scored on rookie Pat Bourque's two - out single. The Mets tied it in the sixth on a run - scoring single by Rusty Staub, but Chicago got it back in the seventh with- a home run by Adrian Garrett. Associated Press Wo tfS T ON -Pinch-hitter Bobby Bonds slugged a grand- slam home run In the seventh inning and the San Francisco Giants erupted for nine more runs in the ninth inning to bury the Houston Astros, 14-3, under a 14-hit assault Friday night. Bonds' 20th homer of the season came after Houston starter James Rodney Richard gave up consecutive singles to Gary Matthews and Chris Speier. He was relieved by Jim Crawford, who hit Dave Rader to load the bases. Crawford was replaced by Jim Ray, who served up the homer to Bonds. Richard had held the Giants hitless through five innings before Jim Willoughby singled to lead off the sixth. San Francisco put the game away in the wild ninth on Gary Thomasson's two-run single, Garry Maddox' two-run double, Ed Goodson's RBI single, Matthews' two-run double and Speier's two-run homer. Houston jumped on Giants' starter Charlie Williams for two runs in the first inning. Jim Wynn doubled and scored on Cesar Cedeno's single. Bob Watson drove in Cedeno with a grounder. Roger Metzger doubled in the third and scored on Watson's single. HOUSTON run and Johnny Bench, re* turning to the lineup after a four - game absence, hit a three-run blast to power the with an inslde'the-park home Cincinnati to a 4-0 victdry over the San Diego Padres Friday night. Hose's second home run of the year, sailing just out of the reach of Clarence Gaston, hit the right center-field fence and caromed towards center. NEW YORK CHICAGO db r h b! ob r h bl Hohn cl 5100 Mondov cl 310 0 Millon 3h 4020 Beckert 2b SO 20 WGarrelt 3b 4 0 1 0 Cardenol rl 5 0 .1 I Staub rl '4021 Bourque Ib 4011 Kranpool If 4000 Santo 3b "4000 Gosgcr II 0000 AGarrctt If 3111 Theodore If 0000 Miser If 1111 Milner Ib S I 7 I Hundley r. 4010 Hodflcs c 4010 Kossinger ss 4 0 1 0 TMnrtinz ss 4010 Reuchcl p ?. 0 0 0 •Seaver p' 2010 Aker p 0000 Boswell oh 1111 Burris p 0000 Copra p 0 0.0 0 LaRoche p 0000 McGraw r> 0000 BWillams ph 0 1 0 0 Total 37 3 11 3 Total . 36 4 10 4 One out when winning run scored. New York 000 001 Oil 0— 3 Chicago 100 000 101 1— 4 DP—New York 1, Chicago 2. LOB—New York 9, Chicago 7. 2B—Stoub. HR- A.GarreH (2), Boswcll (2!, Milner (10), .Hiscr O). SB—Mondov, Cardenol, T.Martinez. S—Theodore. IP H R ER BB SO 7 62 2 32 1-3 1 0 72-3 8 2 2-3 3 1 2-3 0 0 1 . 00 .Fuentes 2b Maddox c.t MrCovev Ib Kingman Ib Goodsan 3b Mallhews II Speier ss DvRcider ( CWillam?. p Willghbv P Bonds nh .Molfltl p SANFRANCISCO ub r h hi ah r h hi •Thomasn rl 4133 Wvnn rf 4110 4000 Melzcicr ss 3130 4112 Cedeno cf 4121 5000 Watson II 4012 0100 I.Mav Ib 4000 5111 DaRoder 3b 4010 4222 Helms 2b 4030 S 3 3 2 Julze t 4000 4710 J. Richard o 2000 1000 JCrwtorcl p 0000 1110 JRov D 0000 1114 Stewcirl nh 1000 2110 York o 0000 Griffin n 0000 Batista ph 1000 Tolal 401.11414 '" Tolal 35 3 11 3 SanFronciiCo oooooi 409-14 Houston Ml 000 000- 3 E—Mallltcws. DP—SanFrancisco. I, Houston 1. I.OB— SonFranclsco.4, Houston 6 28—Wvnn; Metzaer, Willoughby, Maddox, Matthews. HR—Bonds (20), Sneier (7). SB—Cedeno 2. S—Metzger. IP H R ER BB SO C.Williams Willahbv (W,4-4) Moffitt J.Richard JCrwIord (L,2-3) J.Rav York Grltfin 3 3 3 ' 61-3 0 . 2-3 1 1 Seaver Canra (L.,0-2) McGraw Rouschel Akor Burris LoRoche (W.3-0) WP-Seover. T-3:0«. A--52.293. Save- Moffill (12). HBP -bv J.Crawford (DvRader). T—2:39. A—26,395. Rose plus Bench CINCINNATI (AP) - Pete Rose broke up a pitching duel Salt Lake nips Toros Associated Press Carew 2b Terrell ss Oliva dh Darwin rf Braun 3b Hlsle cf Lis Ib MitterwHd i Holt If Blyleven p Total 31 4 6 4 Total 31 0 4 0 Minnesota California 000 000 040- 4 000 000 000— 0 E— Alomar. DP— California 1. LOB— _____ Minnesota 6, California 5. 2B— Braun 2, TUCSON HR-Darwtn 11. SB-Ollva, H Isle, SALT LAKE Blvlcven (W.10-8) 9 4001 N Rvan (U99) 9 6 4 4 6 SALT LAKE CITY - Bobby Marcano drove home two runs with two out in the ninth Friday 'night to give the Salt Lake Angels a 6-5 Pacific Coast League baseball victory over the Tucson Toros. The Angels jumped on starter Glenn Abbott for four' runs in the fourth inning, including two runs on Billy Parker's 17th home run of the season and Doug Howard's solo homer, his ninth of the year. Dave Chorley then tripled and scored on Rich Stelmaszek's double. The Toros tied it in the fifth on singles by Jay Johnstone, Larry Haney and Gonzalo Marquez. Rich Chiles then singled home two runs, another came home on Howard's throwing error and the game was tied on Charley Chant's sacrifice fly. bled to give the Emeralds their final lead Friday night as they defeated Tacoma, 9-5, in Pacific Coast League baseball. Cox knocked in the second and third runs of a five-run eighth inning. TACOMA EUGENE 000 Oil 200— S OSX - » HR—Tacoma, 1,784. Nettles (9). 000 OOP 040 400 010-— 3»2 002 — « i 1 T-2 '—' 2 Abbott, Krausse 6 and 'Morales; Young 12 and Stelmaszek. W — Young. L — Krausse 2-4. HR — Salt Lake, Howard 9, Parker 17; Tucson, Garner 1, A — 3,740 T — 2:40. Indians erupt HONOLULU (AP) - The Spokane Indians erupted for five runs in the 13th inning to finally dispose of the Hawaii Islanders, 15-10, in a Pacific Coast League baseball slug- 'fest Thursday night., Catcher Ron Pruitt, who had been the only. Indian without a base hit,, singled in the 13th to drive in Bob Jones for the decisive run. OAKLAND (AP) - First baseman Dick Allen, big gun of the Chicago White Sox offense, returned to Chicago Friday with a hairline fracture in his left leg, missing his team's four-game weekend series against Oakland with leadership of the American League Western Division at stake. "He wanted to play, but there'd be no way. He was on crutches Thursday nigh t," said manager Chuck Tanner of the White Sox. "We're sending him back to a hospital in Chicago.to get our team doctor to check him out, then we'll make a decision about putting him on the disabled list." Allen, the A.L.'s most valuable player last season, left for Chicago after spending the night in Los Angeles following his injury in a game at Anaheim with the California Angels. In the sixth inning, Allen reached for a high throw from third baseman Bill Melton and Mike Epstein, a former University of California football fullback, slammed into him. For a few plays afterward, he remained in the game, which the White Sox won, 2-0. Examined by the Angels' team physician, Dr. Jules Raskinski, Allen was found to have a fracture. A splint was applied before he left St. Joseph's Hospital near Anaheim, where he was x-rayed, to spend Thursday night with Bosox unhappy Emeralds victors Spokane Hawaii 001 321 002 020 101 S—IS 21 1 0-10 IS 4 BOSTON (AP) - Friday night's American League game between the Milwaukee Brewers and Boston was washed out by a heavy rainstorm after the Red Sox had taken a 3-0 lead on Rico Petrocelli's first-inning home run. Top Ten EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - Eugene catcher Larry Cox dou- Hennlnger, Bollck 2, Shields 4, Janeski 6 and Fahev; Splllner, Lopez S, Hardy 6, Colpaert 8, Chlupsa 13 and Hodge, Hlatt 9. W—Janeskl, 5-2. L— Colpaert, 0-1., HR-Spokane, Castle 2. Hawa , Donaldson 1, Marshal 1, T— 4:16, A-4,238.^ Based on 125 it Bats NATIONAL LEAGUE Player Club Mota LA Unser Phi Hutton Phi Maddox SF Watson Htn Gocdson SF Fairly Mon Matthews SF Cedeno Htn Torre StL G AB 50 164 50 178 49 133 64 251 78 . 65 62 68 63 65 236 243 177 227 247 229 R 21 30 22 32 23 27 32 45 36 Pet. .348 34.3 .338 '.322 :=! .319 Home Runs Pittsburgh, _23L H.Aaron, At- Stargell, „... _. .._... lanta, 20; Bonds, SanFrancisco, 20; Evans, Atlanta, 1; Monday, Chicago, 13. Runs Batted In Bench, Cincinnati, 58; Stargell, Pitts burgh, 55; Watson, Houston, 53; Bonds, SanFrancisco, 53;' Ferguson, Los Angeles, Pitching (i Decisions) Brett, Philadelphia, 7-2, .778; Ostecn, Los Angeles, 10-3, .769; Twitchell, Philadelphia, 6-2, .750; John, Los Angeles, 8-3, — - ' New York, 5-2, .71?; - .727,1 Parker, B! . .aver Club Blomberg NY W.Horton Dst Carew Min P.Kellv Chi Blair Bal Henderson Chi p.Allen Chi Mayberry KC Bumbry Bal Klrkpatrlck I 73 Pet .394 .317 .215 .311 .310 .309 SanFrancisco, 12-5, .706; Reuschel, Chicago, 9-4, .692; Seaver, New York, 9-4, .692; Wise, St. Louis, 9-4, .692; Sutton, Los Angsles, 9-4, .692. AMERICAN LEAGUE G AB R 48 142 26 47 174 23 68 256 58 230 63 203 36 135 l « 69 245 39 76 77 269 54 83 47 137 30 42 KC 62 223 36 63 Horn* Runs Mayberry, Kansas City, 19;Fisk, ton, 16; D Allen, Chicago, 16; Hem Cleveland, 15; Spikes, Cleveland, nj Bando, Oakland, 14; 'R.Jackson, Oakland 14. {tuns Batted In Mayberry, Kansas City, 72; R. Jackson Oakland, 61; Murcer, New York, 50; Dai win, Minesota, 59; Melton, Chicago, 46. Pitching (6 Decisions) Lee, Boston, 9-2, .818; Singer, California, 12-3, .800; Hunter, Oakland, 11-3, .736; Colborn, Milwaukee, 10-3, , .769; McDanlel, New York, 6-2. .750; Splittorl, Kansas City, 10-4, .714Kpina, Oakland. 52, .714; BluV 0«KI«nrf3f3, .700. BOS- arlek, Excitement a mile high. Horse racing this weekend! Dodgers in 12th Cards nip Phils Fife, StrleklandJB); Gill (B) and Bor : smann; Cavanauah. -. .... ,-...., Cox. W-Wallace (2-1). L-Fifc (7-9). ace (7) and _-Fifc (7-9). T-3:01. A- Fir$tpo*U;30p,m« Great thoroughbred and qvarfer horse rating on Saturday* 0nc) Sunday* this summer ft tool, delightful Prescott ppwns. Round-trip bus service each racing da/departs 1st St. & Van Buren at 10:30 i.m, and 300 Bowl (l?th Ave, 4 Bethany) at 11, $6 fare includes admission and program. Cool Prescott Downs Prescott, Ariioni Funk*' Oteyhound {ticing Circuit, Inc. • f ' ATLANTA (AP) -Bill Russell drilled a tie-breaking two-run single in the 12th inning and later scored • on Chris Cannizfcaro's single to lift the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 12-9 victory over the At* lanta Braves Friday night. Ron Cey's double and a pair of walks set up Russell's two<run shftt to center off Jim Panther (H). Lee Lacy tried to score from third on a suicide squeeze but was nailed at the plate when Cannizzaro failed to connect on a bunt attempt. Russell took second on the play, then Cannizzaro singled to center. The Dodgers took a 9-8 lead in the top of the 10th on Willie Davis' double and center fielder, Dusty Baker's throwing error, but Atlanta tied it on Dave Johnson's 16th home run of the' season and the Braves' fifth in the game. Darrell Evans' 19th homer with two out in the bottom of the ninth sent the game into extra innings. ATLANTA ST. LOUIS (AP) - Luis Melendez slapped a lOth-in- ning tie-breaking single to carry the St. Louis Cardinals to a 2-1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies Friday night. Tad Sizemore opened the 10th by drawing a walk 6ff reliever Mac Scarce (0-4) and was sacrificed to second by Tim McCarver. After an intentional pass to Joe Torre, Melendez, batting for Jose Cruz, produced his game-Winning single into left field. »T LOUIS' oh r h bl 5.0 I 0 .1 1 I 0 2000 40 0 0 4010 PHILADELPHIA ah r h bt Tovar rf Rad;mki rf Dovle 2h Unscr d Luzlnskl If Hutlon Ih Schmidt :ih Boone c Bowa ss Twltchcll B WRobnsn oh Scarce p 2010 Brock If 3100 Si/emore 2h .1010 McCrvr Ib J 0 1 0 Torre M> 4051 Simmons <! 5000 JCru? rf 2 0 0 I 4000 Mclendc; ph 1-011 4010 Dwvffr.ct 4000 4000 Tvson ss 4010 3000 Murphy n J 0 0 0 1000 Carbo nh 1000 0000 Scnul n 0 0 0 n Crosby Dh 1000 P'omi a 0000 Total M"iT7 i Total M 2 5 7. Two out when winning run scored. Philadelphia , 000 100 000 0- 1 SI LOUIS 000 000 010 1— 2 E—HullOll, Twilclicll. DP- -SI. Louis t. LOB- Philadelphia 6. Si. Louis II. 7B • Tyson, Tovar, Luzinskl. 3R --l.u/lnski. SB-Brock. S-Mr.Caivcr-.2. Twllcholl. 9 4 Pete Rose After Joe Morgan was hit by a pitch and Dan Driessen walked, Bench hit his 15th homer of the year to pin the loss on mike Corkins (3-5). He had replaced Rich Troedson, removed in the top of the seventh inning for a pinch-hitter after checking the Reds on five hits. Jack Billingham (10-5) scattered seven San Diego hits for the victory. SAN OIEGO CINCINNATI ab r h bi ab r h bl Locklr If 4010 Rose If 4121 JMoroles cf 4010 Moraan 2b 3 1 1 0 DwRobrt 3b 4010 Driessen 3b 3100 Colbert Ib 3010 Bench c Murrell Ib '1000 TPerez Ib Gaslon rf 4010 Mcnke 3b Anderson ss 4000 Concepcn ss RMoralcs 2b 3 0 I 0 Tolan cf Corrales c 3010 Kosco rf 2000 Stohl rf 1000 Geronlmo cf 0 0 0 0 0000 Billlnohm p 3000 LOS ANGELES ob r h bt ab r h bl Lowes 5b 6110 Gair r( 5 1 J 0 Buckner If 5112 MPcrc? ss 4001 6552 Tepedlno ph 1000 6121 Panther D 0000 4100 Evans 3b 5211 •4120 HAaron If 6112 0000 Baker cf 6130 1000 DaJohnsn 2b 5 2 1 1 0000 Luin tb 5113 0000 OolCS c 5020 0000 Motion p .1111 5222 Frlsello p 0000 2000 House n 0000 1111 Diel/ ph 1000 3021 Devinc p 0000 2110 Hocrncr p 0000 0000 SJackson ss 1000 1 1 1 1 . W 5 2 Pc'na IW,1-0) 1 0 T-2:40;' A-t.1,74.1. R RR 8R so 1 J | • * 0,001 WDovis cl Cev 3b WCrwIrd rf Garvey Ib Brewer p McMuIn ph Culver o Lacv Ph Rou p Russell ss Yeager c Joshua ph Camii;zro c Downing p Hough p Mptfi Dh Richer) p Padorek If 0000 3010 Tola! 47 9 12 9 004 000 400 103—13 - 100 042 001 100- 9 Downinci, Frlsclla, 4123 2000 0000 4020 4000 1000 2000 Troedson p Lee ph CorKlns p Total 33 0 7 0 Total 30 4 7 4 San Diego 000 000 000— 0 Cincinnati 000 000 40x— 4 E— Tolqn, Anderson. LOB— San Diego 6, Cincinnali 7. 2B--J.Moralcs. HR — Rose (2), Bench (15). SB— Morgan, I ocklear. IP H R ER BB SO Troedson 6 50033 Corkins (L,3 5) 2 2 J 1 1 1 Bllllnahm (W.I05) 9 70006 HBP-- hv Corkins (Mercian). Balk — Troedson. T— 2:08. A— 15,268. Moose sharp PITTSBURGH (AP)-Bob Moose cut down Montreal on six hits, Al Oliver keyed a three-run seventh with a two- run single and the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated, the Expos, 4-0, Friday night. MONTREAL PITTSBURGH ab r h bl • ab r h bi Hunt 2b 3000 dines rl 0000 Day cl 4020 Dovalillo nh 4 I 1 0 Fairly It 4010 Songuilln c 3221 Singleton rl 4000 AOIiver ct 3022 Jorgcnsn Ib 4000 Slargell II 4021 Bailey 3b 3000 Zisk II 0000 Boccabllo c 3000 Hebner 3b 4000 Foil ss 3010 BRobrlsn Ib 4000 McAnallv p 2010 Slcnnett 2b 4000 Gilbert p 0000 Alley ss 3110 Stlnson Rh 1010 Moose p 2000 TWalker p 0 0 0 0 Tolal 31 0 6 0 Tolal 31 4 B 4 Montreal 000 000 000- 0 Pittsburgh 100 000 30x— 4 E-MCAnallv. DP—Pittsburgh 2. LOB — Montreal 5, Pittsburgh 7. 2B-Stargell. S—Moose. IP H R ER BB SO 61-38 4 4 3 3 2-.1 0 0 0 0 1 1 00001 9 60016 Gilbert. T~2:l/. A- Tolal 49 12 16 10 Los Angeles Atlanta E—Garvev. Gorr, _ Baker. DP—Atlanla 2. LOB—Los Angeles 6, Atlanta 7. 28—Baker, W.Oavis, Cev. HR—Lum (7), Morion (I), H.Aaron (20), Evans (19), DaJohnson (16). SB—Baker. S—M.Perez. SF—Buckner. IP H R ER BB SO Downing 5 57710 Hough 1 20010 Richer! 1 10010 Brewer 2 21102 Culver (W,3-<) 2 21111 Rau 1 00000 Morton ' 687702 Frisella 0 11000 House 5 10000 Devine 2 1-3 31021 Hocrner 2-300000 Panther (L,1-1) 1 33320 Save-Rau (1). T—3:46. A-9,987. Golf in the Pines. The beautiful new , Pinetop Lakes Country Club is open to the public on a temporary basis. We invite you to come up for some great golf in the cool, scenic White Mountains. l'/2 miles south of Pinetop, on Highway 173.' Oran Love, golf pro. McAnallv (L.5-3) Gilbert T.Walker Moose (W.6-71 WP-McAnally, 36,638. Live better for less! Solid State Apache73 It's the only folding camping trailer made with solid walls and roof of tough ABS thermoplastic. Which means extra comfort and protection ... extra savings on upkeep and repairs. Not to mention what you'll save on travel expenses. Most models come with sink, range, ice box and water supply tank. Only Apache combines so much comfort and convenience with so much economy. Come in and see all the Solid State models for'73. 8-5:30 8 ' 3:3 ° WEEKDAYS REX SALES SUNDAY 5120 W. GLEND ALE AVE. GLENDALE, ARIZONA 937-4758 J. R. Snyder's GOLF Shop & School 6116 N. 27th Ave. Ph. 242-8686 2nd Block North of Bethany Home Rd. & 27th Ave. West Side Mon.-Fri. 10 A.M.-9 P.M. Sat. 8 A.M.-6 P.M. Sun. 9 A.M.-5 P.M. Prices effective June 29 to July 5 (Unless Noted) Need A New Driver (Men's & Women's) CUSTOM FITTED $0095 I 4« I Free Lie & Loft adjustment on all conventional iron sets purchased until Aug. 1. A/ILengfhs A//Shafts All Weights CLUB REP AIR R«-Grip-Sets(8ormorec!ubs) .... $2,49 per club Re-Grip-lndividualClub $2.99 per club Re-Wrap $2.50 ptr Club Grip* - Large Inventory $1,99 ea. Re-Shaft .... $10.00 per iron .. .$12,00 per wood 48 to 72 Hour Delivery Open Stock Shakespeare Driver (25 in stock) (We swing weight to your choice) CUSTOM GRAPHITE "Carbonite" Shaft Driver (A Shaft - Shaft R&S&X& XX) A/ILengfhs All Size Grips Swing Weighf Vour Choice Overa// Weight Your Choice Re-Set Your Golf Head in Graphite Shaft $O 495 $79 95 $ 119 95 (Storting July 10 - 48 Hour Delivery) Believe what you hear about graphite — it works. Beneficial to ladies, seniors, long hitters and gorillas. GOLF BALLS Tjt!ei$t - Mo*fli - Top Flit* — Qolden Ram — Royal -t-6. (Quantity prices available.) $12 50 Specie) ....T".,.""".."..,. $8,88 Bag Boy Play Day $19.95 Bag Boy Manual , $24.95 Shqg Tubes $13,95 Master Bag Boy with Seat .... $42.99 Ajgy Squire $32,22 Ajay Grey ..,.,,,..... $14,95 Ajay Black $14.95 FEATURED ITEMS Tru Putters $4,991 Northwestern Putters $5.99[ BullsEye Putters $14.95| Men's & Women's Starter Sets & Bog $49,95 jr. 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