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2D / DES MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER • Avg, 31, 1975 Oaks set mark for TRIPLETS WIN IN 10Tfi, 4-1 American Association PEG'STER OHOTO BY JIV (YCMO Phils whiff as Giants win, 4-: Standings E»STE*H DIVISION 'iV. L. Pet. 77 57 .575 524 .493 .70 .*> .54 W. 80 63 63 79 VH>> DIVISION L. Pet. 54 yn Guy 64 50 63 Saturday Night i Games E««yill« «, Iwi 1 (10 iniir>?s) Omaha 13, IwJiawpeJis 3 Tulss 7-5, 0*«w 5-15 V/".hjta 6. OVIahoma City 2 Today's Games 230 pm. — Ett«rtll» 9-5) »t Iowa (EI«M1 2-li Oklahoma CHr at Tuisa at Dettrtr at Omaha runs Reds past Cards, 3-2, in 10 SAN FRANCISCO. CALIF. -AP> - Pete Falcone, the CINCINNATI. OHIO (AP) - secutive victory and the Cardi- youngest member of the San Spe€( jy Ken Griffey scored on,nals' fourth loss in a row. Francisco Giants' trio of strike- John ny Bench's base-loaded Perez drove in the first two out artists, showed tlie Phila- grounder in the tenth inning, | Cincinnati runs, tying Frank delphia Phillies some of his art-1S ivin « C^™ 8 ";"J" 2 *PS* *<****»* as the Reds' all-time istrV Saturday and concluded :! over St LwM I*™*** a*"' "I showed myself something, . *!* «* «* ta tbe tenth, Grif- CINCINNATI 16 r h bl too." fey beat out an infieM hit and Tbe left-hander teamed with! 1 " 8 .?? 1 •" H* *•* «<> third on a nms-batted-in leader. Perez, who is hitting over .400 in August, boosted his RBI total for the year to M with a Randy Moffitt fora seven-hitteri^^f'.^ * reUcv "' ££*3!*L u if SS By BILL BRYSON The Oaks had the dogged perseverance needed to reach a club record of 79 defeats in an American Association seasonI Saturday night at Sec Taylor' _ - *••»•» Stadium NRITOW TlPlfl Iowa, avoiding all but one! iiailun 11C1U scoring opportunity by deserting 15 base-runners, finally surpassed the 1972 loss total in the tenth inning, 4-1, against Evansville. It was a frustrating farewell for Paul Siebert, who will leave today to join the Houston Astros. Two delicate singles in the . sixth inning deprived the left-> J 3 /, , mK «* hander of his sixth shutout. Getting in his Hcks RUM Stalzer of Cecil's of MarshaIJtown takes mighty cut during Saturday's game with Mr. Bubbles of Cedar Rapids in National Amateur Softball Association 16-inch Slow-Pitch tournament at MarshaDtown. But the best Stalzer could do was bounce out. Mr. Bubbles up set the 1974 Iowa champion, 5-4. 1 while Gary Matthews drove in ' two runs to lead the Giants to a 4-1 victory. "A win like that gives me the kind of confidence I need. They've got nine good right- i handed hitters,'' said Falcone (10-9) of the Phillies after he blanked them on four hits and struck out nine batters — eight | of them in the first four innings j — before Moffitt took over in I the eighth inning. • Falcone's performance continued a strikeout streak by the Giants' young pitching trio of Falcone, John Montefusco and Mike Carman (34). inning double off Ron Reed, Joe Morgan and Tony Perez, giving him 1,009 in 12 seasons were intentionally walked to with the club, load the bases but Bench hit a After beipg held, to three hits slow hopper past the mound and for eight innings by Fred Nor-, Griffey was across the plate j man, the Cardinals tied the " by the time shortstop Mike]score in the ninth on Willie Tyson fielded the ball. s Davis' single, a wild pitch and It was the Reds' sixth con-Ted Simmons'single. "„,„ Two Mf wf*n wiflflir* run teant. BP-»» EMNrlck (HHM). . ?-?•». A-45.0M. WP-Ner. The BasttiN Ssorabtarf National League SUndtafs EASTERN DIVISION W. I. Pet. i Pittsburgh . •>* " Ed Haikki. who have amassed i Phiiatfeipfiia 68 strikeouts in six starts over! tbe past week. in slow-pitch tournament By PHIL MALY Sun«»y ttfiiHr SUM Wriltr MARSHALLTOWiN, Ga:, 12-11, and got by with only two fielding miscues. Cecil's Ousted Other teams staying alive in the winners' pairings were Mr. Bubbles of Cedar Rapids, defending champion StriKers of Chicago, Clifton-Landrum of 20th victory to Palmer s first ..74 ..72 Nnr York ....71 St. Louis 71 i Chicago 51 "I was getting them mostly Momreu .'.'.'.!,58 with, fastballs," Falcone said.: j 'Teams have been looking for; | m y k n u c k I e-curve because j I that's what I used most of the. ; time the first half of tbe sea- { son. Now I'm able to spot the 1 • fastball." • ; San Francisco struck for its first run in the third inning on 56 62 63 63 73 74 .561 .537 330 330 .455 .439 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. .672 326 .493 .444 .433 382 CB. .... 3 4 4 14 16 GB 44 64 68 75 76 84 19>? 24 30*4 32 39 IA. BALTIMORE. MD. CAP) - Derrel Thomas'double and Matt- Brooks Robinson's bases-loaded hews' single off Tom Underwood _ Colorado. Danan s Inn of \Vis- s j ng | e j n the eighth inning (12-10). Tlie Giants made it 2-0 field of Otherwise, Siebert would have had a 1-0 success on Bob Gallagher's second double and Rockne Craig's single in the eighth. 2 Cheap Hits As it was, Boots Day's fluttering single became a Triplet run on a sacrifice, a groundout and a hopper to deep short that oftball S 1 o w-Pitch to clear Saturvconsin, Harvey's Chevrolet Virginia and Rosar's Grill. Mr. Bubbles pulled off an up- tournament, and when the winners' bracket was I determined, it was a Portland, Ore., team that stood out. Lu's Higher Ground, an all- black squad with five players named Bain, held of tbe Hart, Snaffner and Marx Senators of Chicago, another all-black team, 11-9, and moved into this Ron Cash beat out by a millimeter. Siebert, supported by center JN.Y. fielder Art Gardner's grass-top j Fought Back grab of a line drive, followed j "This wasn't one with three hittess innings. Chuck Scrivener's double off the left-field wall, the first Evansville extra-base hit in two nights, broke the spell. Two s a c r i fi c e s, Bruce drove in the tying and lead iin the fourth when Chris Speier runs, enabling Baltimore's Jim; doubled, went to third on a Palmer to become the first 20- grounder and scored on Mike * /«.u Same winner in the major! Sadek's sacrifice fly. across four fifth- ] eagues & tne Orioles defe ated ! inning runs and nipping 1974 the Chicago White Sox. 4-2, Sat- i In tne seventn ' tne y ad d p d urday night ' two runs °^ reliever Tom Hil- Pa, m er ; M , snowed * •SKSSSRZttZ by A L set bv Iowa champion Cecil's of Marshalltown, 5-1. The Cedar Rap-; idians clustered five hits and used two Cecil's errors to notch their first tournament triumph. hits, (20-8) allowed including home runs Jorge Orta in the fourth inning and Pete Varney in the eighth, L HILAOELPHU and trailed 2-1. PHIL * OELPi 8'r*i,»» cash 2b 5010 Bt er scored on Willie Montanez's bases-loaded grounder. Cecil's was later eliminated) B ut Lee May, who doubled in when it lost to Michigan Au-lthe sixth for Baltimore's first !hit off morning's third round opposite Rosar's Grill of Horsehead, | tomotive Electric.3-1. ! hit off Jesse Jefferson (4-9) Mr. Bubbles will go against i 0 ^ the b 0 " 0 " 1 of the eighth l^** iHarvey's Chevrolet at 10 wt" another double, of our bet-; 0 ' c 1 o c k while Lu's Higher May went to third on Don ter games," said Lu's pitcher] Ground is facing Rosar's Grilli Baylor's single and, after Kimm's bunt and Smokey Robinson's fly, doomed Siebert. Three singles, plus Paurs"only walk, netted the surplus. Strong Bullpen The run yielded by Steve Grilli, third Evansville pitcher, enabled him to earn the victo- all in relief. "Our bullpen had a lot to do with winning the division championship," said Manager Fred Hatfield, "especially Grilli and Ike Brookens." Fred paused to count up. "That's 18 wins for the two of 'em. They have 12 saves apiece -so they've had a hand in 42 of the 77 games we've won." BB SHOTS - The Oaks marooned five men at third and had another runner cut down at that base. . . . They've scored one run in the last 25 innings. . . . Larry Elenes (2-1) will pitch today against Chip Swanson (9-5) and two Evansville relievers as Hatfield continues to prepare his staff for the playoffs beginning in Denver Tuesday night. . . . Customers will be allowed on the field from 2 p.m. till 2:20 to snap pictures and get autographs. . . . Game time is 2:30. Frank Bain. "We gave up too | on an adjoining field, many runs and then had to fight to get them back." The Portland outfit, with its swift and slick play, and the lor stole second, a walk to Bobby Grich loaded the bases. lowa s$ ) Brown rf ihn$»ne rf .uzinski If (Allen ib Schmidt 36 addox cf _jont c McCrvr ph UndrwdP TTaylor oh Twitched P MAndrsn ph Hilondrf P GarberP Huttonpti 4 00 I. 3000 MureerYf 1000 Matthws If 3000 Mntanez Ib t 0 I o Speier ss 3000 BMiller3b ed*k c alcone o Moffitt p gloveless Senators, monopolized attention-at-Little League- Park as they battled for the final third-round winner's bracket spot. In the end, though, three runs-batted in a piece by first baseman Robert Bain and left ators in. Lu's scored in every inning but the fifth and twice hit Senators pitcher Henry Currie for Dave Hamilton replaced Jeffer- Tallo MasterM The Strikers, with {merer |SOn and struck out pinch-hitter Mike Tallo once again showing Tommy Davis before Robinson his high-ball mastery, shut down the Sports Print Saints of St. Louis, 9-2. Tallo permitted only six hits and his mates scored three times in each of the first, third and sixth innings. Saxon's Lodge, a 3-0 victor over LaCrosse, Wis., Rubber Mills, will serve as the Strikers' 9 o'clock opponent this morning. Rosar's Grill breezed through a 4-1 success against Josef's of Chicago and then pinned Con- four-run bursts — racking up a j t r 0 j Data of 10-7 lead after four innings. Minn to move ahead One of Chicago s four entries difto^Landrum Motors es- felt the»sting of not wearing d Sammy D - s of Min . gloves in the field and com- nea pol i s, 1-0. Sammy D's delivered his single. Grich went to^ third on the hit and scored on Mark Belanger's squeeze bunt. 3 1 1 0 Se 302 0 Fa 1 0 1 1 M( 1000 1000 0008 1000 0000 0000 1010 M I 7 1 abrhbi 3012 4011, 3 1 J 0 i 40101 30)1; 3,0 1 0 1001 Cincinnati ....90 Los A»gefes ..71 San Francisco .66 San Diego ... .60 Atlanta ...... 58 Houston ...... 52 Saturday's Games Atlanta at Chicago, rain San Francisco 4, Philadelphia 1 Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 2 (10 innings, N) Hcuston 7, Pittsburgh 4 (second game, rain, N) Los Angeles 7. New York 0 (N) Montreal 5, San Diego 1 (N) Today's Pitchers 2 — Houston (Roberts 7-14 and Richard 9-8) at Pittsburgh (Rooker 10-9 and Demery 7-3) ______ 2 — Atlanta (Thompson 0-5 and P. Niekra 13-12) at Chicago (R. Ren- schel 10-14 and S. Stone 11-7) St. Louis (RasmussM 3-2) at Cincinnati (Billingham 14-6) Montreal (Warthen 6-5! at San Diego (Strom 5-5) Philadelphia (Carlton 11-11) at San Francisco (Montefusco (11-?) New York (Tale 5-12) at > Los Angeles (Rail 11-9) 53 60 66 68 76 81 54 60 68 69 70 73 .598 .549 304 .473 .433 J91 397 342 .496 .485 .474 .459 G.B. 22 271* G.B. 15 16Vi American League SUudi«g» EASTERN DIVISION W. L. M. tastea ......79 BtfUmort ....73 New York ....67 Cfeetod 61 Mttwatec ....58 Detroit 52 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. M Oakland 80 Kansas City ...71 Tens 67 Oncago 65 Minnesota ....63 California ....62 Satin-day's Games Detroit 9, Caltfonia 2 2-N—Minnesota at Cleveland, rain Baltimore 4, Chicago 2 (N) Oakland 7, Boston 6 (10 innings, N) Kansas City 5, New York 2 (N) Texas 8, Milwaukee 3 (N) Today's Pitchers California (Figueroa 12-10) at Detroit (Rurile 10-10) Chicago (Osteen 7-12) at Baltimore (Torre* 1-7) Oakland (Siebert 3-4) at Boston (Lee 17-7) 2—Minnesota (Golu 13-10 and Blyleven 14-6) at Cleveland (Eckersley 10-5 Peterson 10-7) Kansas City (Busby 15-10) at New York (Gura 5-4) N—Milwaukee (Broberg 10-13) at Texas (G. Perry 14-15) RED SOX LOSE TOA'SINIOTH BOSTON, MASS. (AP) - Claudeli Washington singled with two out in the tenth inning, stole second and scored on Sal Bando's single as Oakland defeated Boston Saturday night, 7-6. It was Oakland's first triumph in five games against tbe Red Sox in Boston and enabled the A's to maintain their 7%game lead over Kansas City in the American League's Western Division. However, Boston's Eastern Division lead was cut to 6M: games over Baltimore. The winning run came against Dick Drago, who had blanked the A's on three hits after relieving starter Luis Tiant in the third inning. OAKLAND IOSTON Norm ef "."it Cooptr dh Wo Wamnatn R * 22 Doyle 2b 5100 Bando 3b 6 2 1 Yttrmskl Tb 4322 RJKkion rf j 12 Lynn ef 5032 iwiiams dh 4 00 Rice If Tentec 1b G»rn»r 2b fear? TOM D o Total MriutW-. tag Francisco _ t«J 1.0.0. CHICAGO PKellv rf !a2b dh JM Ib Itndrsn cf Mellon 3b Nyrnan If Richard ss Varaavc Jafferson D Hamiltn o BALTIMORE ab r h bi Bumbrv dh 301 cf 400 ab r h bi 4010 4 1 2 1 3010 Singltn rf 4010 LMay 16 4000 Baylor If 3000 Grich 2b 3000 HndYcksc 3000 TDaviSph 3111 Duncan c 0000 BR.obnsn3b 00 ctt 312 ' 2 To '"» ••(timer* UO E B^%h^TaA P mor.-f:» - . »«_2- .?.- Robinson, HR - Orta (7 000 100 010— I 00* MO, 13X- — Baltlmora 2. mitted nine errors. Earlier Saturday, the stretched eight EVAMIVILLE ab r h bl Manual 5b James cf Cash 3b Lane dh Schvn«r n Kimm rf Robnsn Ib Lament c Day If I.ernnoelo p AAkowski P Grilli P 4011 5011 5021 400 4 1 1 301, 3 n o l 4120 3220 0000 0000 0000 IOWA Rlma dh Ptna dh Tivn s> Gardner cf Skdmor* Ib Gilghr rl McLtren c Drlscol 3b cralfl If Ptrez 20 Mllbrn 2b Siebert o Alfonso D ab r h bi 3010 1000 5010 3000 so.o 0 0 4 0 2 1 i 1000! 3010 0000 0000 413 300 500 Senators were innings before toppling the Raiders of Dalton, First Round Cecil's (Mrshltwn) ~MMm Hill, Mn Hilderbrand and Moaerd; 0 Nelson and Jo'hnion. Oiirent (6). »&,«.,.> fsi i:j tr11 McDonald and Mika; Szyszka and Madura. (Minneapolis) o s i tie i— 111 ' Masca (Cleveland) l 0 l ,001 e—3 * S Brama, D'Aeostino « and Birmmo- gg«g. r ^ llrt Wi 6 • «'••-•' •« 'S&'&ile W J .n5 Vri£7?'rl.Hi? and Campana, Mattlx (i). Josef's (cmcafo) ooo ooo 1-1 i « "(Hrsed, N.Y.) 4 0 0 e 0 ex- 4 i 2 Uitrowski arid Kaczmarck; Drlscoll and Hoodik. IP (Orfclni», S.D.) t • 0 11 0 1- 1 S 7 (Bldub'rf, Va.) 90335 0 x-11 12 * Milanovich and Hoffman; Hall and Sumner. O»lttm*f Ga.) 223 031 0 0-11 21 t 0 1—12 17 2 ,.._ ._. and Keeton; Currie, Waihlngton (3) and Kemp. (W""Second Round WH, &'!J4 OM OH 01*. 0-1 i.Mowa 2. LOB - Tow A DP — Evansville 1,'Towa"?. "L(__ Evansvllls-5, lowa 13. 2B - Scrivener, Gaflaqher 2, Mllbourne, SB —, Lament, G«rdn«r, Taveras. S — Manuel, Kimm. SF-Robinson. (p H R £R „ so Lemongello 5 400)5 Makowski 2 20 0 3 1 Grilli (W. 11-4) 3 31124 Siabert <L,1M1> ...,9 2-310 4 4 1 4 Alfonso 1-30 00 0 0 — by Lemonqello (Gardner). PB Lamont. T — 2:24. A — 1,423 (Including HBP Lam. 670 season tickets). >ueblo, Colo. oVo'oV," fcf I ? ________ Brama and Birmingham: Fesmlre and Pryor. Gary, Ind. 182 800 (—3 3 1 LaCrolie, Wit. 0808080-8*8 McDonald and Mlka; Mettlllo and Taui- ' St.louii Print Chlcaio Strikers 180 183 Rockamann, Wlkoff (3) Tallo and Genardo. « 0 0 881 1—1 4 — I 18 and Coslello; 0 0 8 8 4 1 0-1 0 2 (Marihalltown) l o 8 0 1 l 8—4 ller; Hawk and Kei oard. Zehnet'* rt » i Hilderbrand and Mo- Danan's ( Miller ) J 0 1 ( J 31e < and Campana; i x as Gersteln and BASEBALL Continued from Page One ing a bullpen assignment in Cincinnati. The next day, he asked for a learn meeting, purportedly to /ipoloyue. "Instead what he said came out wrong," said Brown. "It was not his intention to hurt me or hurt Danny." Four conditions were imposed on the reinstatement: • Ellis met with his teammates Saturday and informed them he had apologized to Mur- laugh. Me accepted a substantial, but undisclosed, fine. In return, ihc suspension without pay was lifted retroactive to the date it was imposed. • A grievance filed through Hie Players' Association was withdrawn. • A grievance filed through l he National Labor Relations Boatfd will be withdrawn. wound up playing three times Saturday, including a game scheduled for Friday night that was completed at 3 o'clock Saturday morning. Harvey's Impressive Harvey's of Blacksburg, Va,, outslugged Spie's of Brooking*, S.D., 1M, and returned to behr the Trotters of St. Louis, 9-3. Denan's Inn advanced with a 7-6 squeeker past Zehner's Wreckers of Hobart, Ind. Sports Print of St. Louis became the first team to lose twice, thus being eliminated from remaining—play—today. Dick's Place No. 2 did the damage, 2-1. Also falling by the wayside were Spie's of Brookings, S.D., and Sammy D's. , 1 " 4 ER BB SO P»W,JO-8, I I J 5 ? J WP - Jefferson. T - 2:03. A — 12,4»«. 8-run 4th fuels Tigers DETROIT, MICH. (AP) Three-run homers by Aurelio — Rodriguez and Billy Baldwin in staub'rf an eight-run fourth inning carried Detroit to a 9-2 romp over California Saturday, snapping the Tigers' fivfi-game_losing . o o D o°Y.vti J—caih,"d" BrownT DP—Philadelphia l. LOB—Philadelphia 10, San Francisco 9. 2B — D. Thomas, Speier. Maddox. SB—Joshua. SF—Sadek, Matthew*. IP H R ER BBSO Undrwod (L, 12-101 4422 Twitched 2 200 Hllgendorf 1-3 2 2 i Garber 12-3 l 0 o Falcone (W, 10-9) ...7 4 p o Moffitt 2 31102 WP—Falcone. T—2:35. A—5.443. LA, Whips Mets, 7-0 LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (AP) — Ron Cey hit two homers and drove in four runs to back the five-hit pitching of Andy Messersmith as Los Angeles stopped the New York Mets' five-game winning streak, 7-0, Saturday night. The setback tied for third Close shaves 'reach three KING Continued from Page One her, possibly during the World; Series," Robinson said. "Several candidates are being considered. We have a building j SAN FRANCISCO. CALIF, program ahead of us, and we are getting after it." Former Coach McAuli uliff Bos . Washington. DP-Oakland I. . 2B- left the Mets place with St. Louis in the National League Eastern Division — four games behind Pittsburgh and one in back of Philadelphia. LOS ANGELES NEW YORK ab r h bi Unser cf 4020 Lopes 2b Millan 2b 4010 Buckner If 4010 Lacy rf 3000 Garvey Ib 4 0 0 0 Cey ab 2000 Hale cf -. — . . Kinsman Ib WGarrett 3b 2 0 0 o Ha Grote c Phillips ss P Webb p Baldwin Cllnes Ph Lpckwood p Mllnrr of) Tate p °" s ' Webb lL.6-6) Freund. Rloomintton. Minn.o i 0 o o 0 1—2 S 3 Horsehead, N.Y. ..102 200 x—5 4 1 B. Johnson and England, R. Johnson (4); Driscoll and Hooduk. SI. Louis Trottirs..O 1 0 002 0—1 t 4 BUcksburs, Va. ..023 220 x—t 13 1 Hall and Vhnckley; Browle* and Millar St. Louis Prints 000 000 1—1 51 Columbia Heights, Minn. 100 tlO x—1 S 2 Rockamann and Cronin; Johnson and Nelson. Senators (Chicago) . 032 210 0—t 13 » Lu's (Portland, Ore.) ..114 401 x-ll 11 3 Currie and R. Kemp; F Bain and H. Bain Josel'j 0 21 100 2—i 11 0 Sammy D's l o 0 010 0—1 « 2 Ostrqwski and Kaczmarak; Birmingham and Glmiany. Ctcll'i „ 000 MO 1— I i 2 Automotive Electric 010 020 x— 3 4 1 Hilderbrand and Moaard; Dorgeld and Driver. Lacrosse. Wis. 410 132 0—11 II i Brookinas, S.p._ .010 110 0-3 310 "They'll be none of that losing for us," remarked one of Lu's Higher Ground's happy players. We came too far to blow it." Senators Lose Staunton, 111., took the Senators out by running up 11 runs in the first three innings and going on to a 13-4 success. Once i Brewi' again, errors were the Senators' worst enemy and. them home early. Big Banjo Bruins, another Chicago team, continued on, however, by crushing the Trotters of St. Louis, 18-3, behind 25 hits. streak. Singles by Dan Meyer, Willie Horton and Ben Oglivie produced the first run off Chuck Hockenberry (0-4) before Rodriguez hit his thirteenth homer. John Wockenfuss' triple j P a " l i" lnod chased Hockenberry, then Tom j 7»t». Veryzer greeted reliever Dick L a n g e with a run-scoring single. John Knox also singled before Baldwin capped the Tigers' biggest inning of the season with his second homer. 3010 Yaager c 3000 Russell ss 0000 Mssrsmth p 0000 1 000 0000 1000 00 0. 0 ab r h bi S 0 0 0 4120 4220 3110 3324 3012 4010 4021 4000 29 0 5 0 Total 34 7117 Total New Y»rK _ . Lot Antelet joo li ..fe-^L'Ul-^w^k^-''^*"- K'AB.-V* 11 ' HR-Cev 2 (20). I Mssrsmth (W,15-13| T—2:14. A—21,584. IP H 41-3 I 2-3 1 2 I 1 1 R ER BB so CALIFORNIA ab r h bi Collins cf Remy 2b Meoli 2b Rivers d Valtne 3b AGaret dh Bochte Ib Balajr, Chalk 3h Llenas If Etchbn c Miley ss Hknbry p Uanqe p DETROIT _ . ... Knox 2b 3010 B. Bldwn rf 3010 Meyer Ib 1000 Horton dh 3000 Oq I vie If 1000 ARodgez 3b 4110 LeFlore rf 4132 Wcknfus c / 0 ' 0 Vervzr ss 3000 Bare p n o ab r h bl 5110 4113 4110 4130 4111 4 1 I J 4 n 0 0 3220 4121 0000 4020 3 j 1 0 0000 0000 0000 0000 ToJ.aH. 342102 Tolill , California sent I or " atroit E — Valentine. DP •- CalffornTa l7"De- troit 2. LOB — California 6. Detroit 4. 2B — Wockenfuss, Collins, Bochte. 36 — Wockenfuss HR — A. Rodiouez (13), B. Baldwin (2). Bochte (3). IP H R ER BB SO Hcknh.^v (L.CM) ...3 J-3 7 S S 0 • Lanae 1-3 3 3 3 0 M. Scott 1 1 1 1 1 Brewer ? I 0 0 0 Bare (W.8-9) 9 10 2 2 1 WP - Hockenbery 2. T — 1:M. A Ryan, who will start as manager in today's doubleheader against the Cubs, has been serving as a special assignment scout for the Braves and is a former Brave infielder and coach. King became manager on July 25 of last season, succeeding Eddie Mathews and guiding the Braves to a 38-25 finish. But the team was in fifth place in the Western Division, games behind with a record when King was missed. King, 51, of (AP) — Catchers Mike Sadek and Dave Rader joined the San | Francisco Giants' "bald-beaded club" Saturday by shaving their heads before Saturday's 58-76 dis- . . 11. Boston 9. 2B-COOPCT. Wort*. Ystriemki. HR-R.jackson jjrj. zemiki (14 . SB— Evans, Hareer. . Rice, Washington. Wort*. 18- Yutr- tdonth. H R E» ft« K Dra !2-3 3 0 Rangers clip Brewtrs ARLINGTON, TEX. (AP) Rookie Jim Umbarger won his third straight game and Mike Hargrove's two-run homer in the first inning started Texas to game against the Philadelphia j ^ 3.3 victory over Milwaukee Phillies. Relief pitcher Dave Heaverlo was the first man on the team to go to the no-hair look, showing up in spring training with his head shaved. But the three hairless heads are still outnumbered, more than 2-to-l, by the number curly permanent waves on team. Saturday night. MILWAUKEE •b r h bi TEXAS ori Moate, cf 'SaVo 1 * ' 0 Randle 2b 4 i f o 0 Hargrove If 4 ? > i OOP Buroushs.Tf 4 i oushs _ ncer Ib 3 ,'f ._ - , t l rleve dh Sol low* 11 3b 411 -undberg c 301 Umbargr P 000 Goldsboro, N.C. began his baseball career with the Dodger organization as a pitcher in 1944. Managed Giants , He pitched for seven years in the National League and began his managing career with Atlanta of the Southern Association in 1955. He spent a number of years in the minors before managing San Francisco in ' Dark startles Red Sox with steal of third BOSTON, MASS (AP) - Oak- : roughs, Harrah. i Slaton (L.n.14) !Umbarg«r (W.7-5) T-2.-40. A-14,942. Woodail land Manager Alvin Dark stole itljliras kllM third base during Saturday! ATLANTA, night's game against Boston. 1969. After With two out in the bottom of Woodail, the GA. (AP) - Al New York \Jets' reserve quarterback, suffered a parts of two seasons Padres' skid to 6 SAN DIEGO, CALIF. (AP) Steve Renko pitched a three- hitter as Montreal handed San Diego its sixth straight defeat, 5-1, Saturday night. MONTREAL BaHey If *i Colbert ib SAN DIEGO , ... _ 30( Joreensn Ib l o PMansal cf Carter rf 0 Fuen es 2b 3100 0 Locklear If 5 o 0 0 3210 McCovev Ib 3000 5221 Wlnfleld rf 3001 2010 Grubb cf 4010 2000 DaRobrts 3b 4 0 1 0 4022 Hund ey c 3000 4000 Folkers D ' " " --.--. 4120 Kublak Ph lackanln Jb 3 o 1 o JJohnsn M arter JoMrles If Blittner If Parrlsh 3b Foote c Foil ss M ... Renko p Total Montreal San Diego E- 4021 To?an"prT Frisella D 1000 1000 0000 1000 0 0 0 C there, he became special assistant to Robinson in 1972. He was serving in that capacity when he was named manager. King is a quiet, reserved man, who has always stayed out of controversy. He was scl- the ninth inning and the score j twisted knee during an exhibition game against Atlanta Saturday night. Joe Namath, the ally attempting to see good in any adversity. Ryan, of New Orleans, had joined the Braves' coaching staff in May, 1973. He had been a member of the old Boston Braves. He was a member of the National League All-Star team as an infielder in 1944. 34 S 12 4 Total 2» 1 3 1 — Diego "2. LOB— Dieao 7. 28-Foli, Mackal 2, E.Hernandz. S— 210 100 J—McCovev. DP—San Montreal 9, San Dieao 7. __ . anln. SB—P.Mangual 2, E.Hernandz. •ojMackanin. SF-Wlnfield, Parrish. 0 IP H R ER BB SO 2 i Renko (W.5-10) 9 3 1158 2 ; Folkers (L.5.9) 4 73313 9U. Johnson 3 32121 - ! Frisella 2 20002 ! WP-Folkers. T—2:33. A-5,268. tied at 6-6, Boston's Jim Rice singled and stole second. Dark protested the call and was ejected by umpire Richie Garcia. As he left the field, Dark yanked the third base bag from Jets' starter, has been sidelined I two weeks with a bruised, rib cage. dugout. The ground crew brought out a new bag. Ace at Hyperion Bob Mahaffey of Urbandale A's activate coach; recall 4 players OAKLAND, CALIF. (AP) The Oakland A's activated Coach Dal Maxvill as a utility man and recalled outfielders Don Hopkins and Charlie Chant, third baseman Gaylen sank a hole-in-one on the 167- Pitts and pitcher Craig Mitchell yard ninth hole at Hyperion Saturday, using a 5-iron. ' from Tucson of the Pacific '• Coast League Saturday. Wlnnett named GLADSTONE, N.J. (AP) John Winnett of Tuxedo Park, N.Y., Saturday headed five persons named to the U.S. Equestrian team for the Pan American Games in Mexico City, Mexico, Oct. 12-26. kings, .. Meltllle and Tauicher; Hoffman. Mllanovich and M.esco (Cleveland) nlnilon, Minn. < klc and .Rots; Ind. )alton, Ga. Rich and Keel f it Banio (Chi. rotters (St.-i. Szyezka and &&.... Ojflon, Ga 118 080 tf 6. Johnson S, 4 t} 7 1 3 4 and M ress. sfa Sfauntan, III. atori (Chi. etter and Senators (Chi.) )tter and Braue.. —, —... W. Komp (S), Reed (6), and R. Kemp, 24S 020 0—13 11 3 000 112 0— 4 7 I Washington, Currie Scores ace Ceorge Muggins of Dexter used a (i-iron lo score a hole-in- one on the lh'0-yard par-3 eighteenth hole al Woodside Satur- dav. . Tasty Tacos wins 3 softball games OMAHA, NEB. - The Des Moines Tasty Tacos won three games Saturday to advance to today's semifinal round of the Omaha Mexican softball tournament. Tasty Tacos opened with a 13-0 victory over Offutt Air Force base. Al Mireles' homer in the sixth lifted the Tasty Tacos to a 2-1 victory over Omaha Royals and Fred Leon's 2-run shot proved the winner in ^J,, 0 ^ cily 32 5 6 3 a 3-1 decision over Omaha V.I.P. Tasty Tacos will meet Omaha Cottonwood at 11 a.m. today at Boyd Fielfv, Errors doom Yanks NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Kansas City took advantage of four errors, two on a play that allowed two runs to score, and defeated Catfish Hunter, and the New York Yankees, 5-2, Saturday night. 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