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REPUBLIC $8 Tht Arizona Republic S Phoenix, than., June 18,1970 Three hitter Senators defeat BOSOX 9 Brett Twins, 6-3 throttles KC BALTIMORE (AP) Home runs by Mike Hegan and Phil Roof powered the Milwaukee Brewers to a 5-1 Rooi homers send Brewers past Orioles victory over the stumbling Baltimore Orioles last night. Hegan connected for his fifth homer of the season with two men aboard in the seventh inning to turn a tight pitching duel between Gene Brabender, 3-8, and Dave KANSAS CITY (AP) - Ken Brett stopped Kansas City on three hits and the Boston Red Sox swept to a 3-1 victory over the floundering Royals last night. Brett, winning his first game of the season, struck out eight and walked three. The lefthander has lost two times. The Red Sox, held to two hits over six innings by loser Dave Morehead, 2-3, broke a 1-1 tie in the sixth. Morehead walked the bases full after one out. George Scott bounced into a force out at second, scoring Carl Yas trzemski, and when second baseman Cookie Rojas' throw went wild, Reggie Smith also came home. Boston got both hits off Morehead in the first inning as Mike Andrews singled and Yastrzemski doubled him o third. Smith's bouncer scored Andrews. Lou PinieUa's run - scoring single evened it at 1-1 in the bottom of the frame. BOSTON Andrews Jb Schofiftld 2b Thomas 3b Ystrmskl If RSmpth cf Pttroclll ss Moses c Brett p I Total KANSAS CITY ab r h bl ab h bt 4 J 1 8 Sehaal 36 " ' 5000 Otis Cf 2110 ROIIver lb 3111 plmlla If 1000 bkeouoh rf 4000 Mornead p 3010 Brgm«i«r p P Campnls ph Fltimrrls at .. -. 2000 ViVo 2010 4000 10?° 28 3 4 2 Total 000 31 TIT Boston 100001000—3 Kantas City 1000 OOP— i E—Andrews, Thomas, Floyd. Dp- Kansas City 29 LOB-BSSton », Kansas City 7. , 2B-Yastrzemskl, cKlrkpartlck, R.OII5, S-WPetrocelll. I .7 IP H R R BB SO omoreheae (L.2-3) .. e 2328 FltzmRRlS .. .. v» Vt I I E WP-Morehwd. It82:30. A- 9,493. Yank streak nipped CHICAGO (AP) - Pitcher Jerry Janeski drove in three runs with a bases-loaded single and a squeeze bunt last night, leading the Chicago White Sox to a 6-3 victory that shattered the New York Yankee's six-game winning streak. Janeski, 6-4, delivered a two-out two-run single in the second inning after the White Sox loaded the bases on singles by Duane Josephson and Syd O'Brien and a hit batsman. Josephson and O'Brien sirt- gled again in the fourth and advanced on an infield out. Janeski then dropped a suicide squeeze, scoring Josephson, and O'Brien scored on a double by Walt Williams. Fritz Peterson, seeking to become a 10-game winner, suffered his third loss. ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Aurelio Rodriguez drove home the tie-breaking run in the sixth inning while George Brunei and Darold Knowles scattered four hits last night as the Washington Senators shaded the Minnesota Twins, 6-3. Frank Howard walked and Rick Reichardt singled with one out in the sixth. A pop fly by Rodriguez fell safely iin short center field and Howard, who was running on the play, scored from second to put Washington ahead 2-1. But Reichardt held up and was forced at second base. The Senators added an unearned run in the seventh off Minnesota starter Jim Kaat, 5-5. Paul Casanova and Tim Cullen singled, Kaat fumbled Brunei's grounder and Ed Brinkman hit a sacrifice fly. WASHINGTON ab r h bl Istroud cf 4 1 1 « Brnkman ss 3 0 o FHo< " " " " Tigers HR topples NEW.YORK CHICAGO ab r h bl ab r h bl 3100 WWIlams rf 5 0 1 1 4011 Aparlclo ss 4 0 Ci 0 4 3 1 CM«y If 4000 4020 Melton 3b 4121 4000 Blanco Ib6 3010 3010 MeCraw lb 1000 4000 Josephsn c - - - 4131 OBrlen 2b 2000 Knoop 2b 0000 Berry cf Clarke 2b Kenney 3b Uurcer cf White If [cater b Blefary rf Munson c Michael ss FPetersn p Kmkwsk! p Ward ph Keklch P Woods ph . Howard If 2 T 0 0 Comer If 0 0 o a Reichardt rf 3 0 1 T Unser rf 1000 ARodrou 3b 4 0 0 1 TEIN VkB V* / / Casanova e 4110 Cullen 2b 4020 Brunei p 3000 Knowles p 0000 MINNESOTA ab r h bl Tovar cf 4010 Carew 2b 4010 Klllebrew Ib 2 0 0 o Oliva rf Renlck 3b Alyea If Holt If Cardenas is Mltterwld c Kaat P Allison ph Zzpp p Total 32 3 6 3 Total 4 2666 1000 4020 4 0 CI 1 2000 1000 0000 32 1 5 1 K i 1 I ashlniton Inimota 100 001 10 0— 3 010 000 000—1 4340 3220 0000 1060 Janesk 0000 Woodp 1000 I P 3011 2013 000 E—Cardenas, Epstein, Kaat, Zeop. DP-Washlnston 1, Minnesota 1. .LOB— Wasrlngton S, Minnesota 7. " " Cardenas, Tovar. A.Rodriguez. SF—Brlnkmwn. Total 343103 Total Brunei (W.4-5) Knowles Kaat (L.5-5) Zer Ifc-Strbud, iSScullenl ERBBSO 007 2 1 New York ChlcMo . .001 010 0 0 1 1 1 0 100—3 0 1 X— • top 1 1 0 0 0 0 SKAVE—Knowles. T—2:18. A—17,474. DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit Tigers survived six errors and got a key three-run homer from light-hitting Ken Szotkiewicz on the way to a 9-7 victory over the Oakland Athletics last night. Tiger pitchers committed four throwing errors and substitute third baseman Ike Brown made two more miscues as the A's picked up six unearned runs. Detroit scored five runs off Jim Hunter in the second inning and two of those were unearned. The A's scored a run off Tiger starter Les Cain in the first, then clipped him for three more in the third on only one hit. Oakland scored two more unearned runs in the fourth to pull ahead 6-5. But in the fifth Szotkiewicz, batting .135 at game time, blasted his second homer of the'year following a single by Jim Northrup and a walk. The blast came off reliever Diego Segui. Northrup added a solo home run for Detroit in the seventh, ending Jim (Mudcat) Grant's string of 27 scoreless relief innings. Brewers get MILWAUKEE (AP) - The Milwaukee Brewers obtained the contract of utility player Jose Herrara from Montreal yesterday to complete a deal In which relief pitcher John O'Donoghue went to the Expos last week. Herrara, a 26-year-old Venzuelan who plays both E—Jeneskl. OP—Chicago 3. LOB-Nzw York «, Chleasoh 7. k2B—Murcer, W.WHllams, Josephson. lhr»Melton (10) Murcer (9), Michael (1). S-Janeskl. HP r rerbbso F.Peterson (L,»-3) ------ KllnkowsKI Kzklch Janeski (W.6-O . 41-3 95 55 "0 2 1 1-3 1 0 0 0 C' 21112 63221 Wood Save—Wood. HBP-by (Berry). PB—Josephsn, Munsnn. T— 2:18. A-M72. 2 40001 ~ ' Meterson Frazier's next title defense is Foster Washington Post Service NEW YORK - Yank Dur- his ankle the next night. I agreed to discuss the ham, manager of Joe Frazier, said yesterday in the Madison Square Garden boxing office, that the heavyweight champion's next title defense will be against Bob Foster of Silver Spring, Md., probably in mid - September. "My mind is made up," Durham said, corroborating such a prediction by the Garden three weeks ago. "It is 100 per cent as far as I am concerned. The only thing that could prevent it from coming off is if we cannot agree on terms. "I don't know where it will be, we will go where we get the most money. A promoter in St. Louis has offered us a 200,000 dollar guarantee. I was first approached by a promoter in Houston. It might be in Montana." Asked if Cassius Clay- Muhammad AH were suddenly permitted to box again whether Frazier would fight the former heavyweight champion instead of light heavyweight champion Foster, Durham said, "No. We want to get this one with Foster out of the way first. A bird in the hand. "I have been dickering with the Foster people since two day? before he defended his title against Roger Rouse. I told; promoter Earl Gilliam in Houston that I was interested in Foster but Frazier broke Top Ten :°"A* rim* Club bout with Foster's management (Lou Viscusi) and I will follow through on negotiations before I talk ahead to another bout." For that reason, Durham said, he did not mention a possible bout with the winner of the MacArthur Foster and Jerry Quarry fight when he talked with Harry Markson, director of boxing for the Garden. There has been speculation in New York that Clay Ali might benefit from the decision Monday by the U.S. Supreme Court widening the basis for granting draft exemption for registrants who claim the status of conscientious objectors. Robert Arum, New York attorney who handles his business matters but not his draft evasion case, predicted that Clay would file a new appeal and would be given an exemption. CAR WASH with Qas Fillup Must Fillup and Take At Least 3 Gallons! With This Coupon WE GIVE RAINCHECKS Mobil and Most Maior Credit Cards Minor*)! 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