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_*:•*?._ m ' :R _ Woody'* World Mao., July 21, 1969 "No, don't tell me I Let me guess I You're all waiting for me to get up and cook breakfast, right ?" Tulsa Fails; Grand-Slam By Swanson TULSA, OKLA. (AP) - Indianapolis rode the home run bats of Stan Swanson and Clyde Mashore to a 10-5 victory over Tulsa Sunday night in American Association baseball. Indianapolis put the game out of reach on Swanson's grand- slam homer in the fifth inning. Mashore had singled, Ernie Carbo reached base on an error and Clarence Jones was walked intentionally to bring up Swanson. TULSA INDIANAPOLIS lb r h bl 1 1 3 3 2 2 0 " 0 Wolff rf-3b 4 1 Simmons c 2 1 Stone ph-c 3 3 Lev If 4 0 0 Hague Ib-rf 3 1 4 DaVn 2b-ss 4 0 0 Day cf 3 1 0 Rivera dph 3 1 1 Chacon ss 1 — Stein ph-2b 3 3* 10 1J 10 Lonq ph-lb 2 ab r h bl 1 0 Cncpcn ss 4110 Wolff rf-3b 4 0 Mashore cf 4 3 3 1 Simmons c 2 0 ^•C.arbo rf 4 Joneslb 4 Swnsn If 3 1 Moore dph 4 1 Armstna 2b 4 1 Plummer c 4 0 Totals Totals 34 S 7 3 Indianapolis 001 141 001—H Tulsa 000 005 000— 5 6—DaVanon, Concepcion 2. DP—Indy 1, Tulsa 1. LOB—Indy S, Tulsa 9. 2B—Carbo j. HR—Mas"ore (14), Swanson (12). SB—Carbo. SF—DaVanon. INDIANAPOLIS IP H R ER BB SO Ribant (W,7-4) .... 5V] 4 3 2 3 1 Noriega 3Vi 3 2 0 3 4 TULSA IP H R ER BB SO Whltby (L.3-IO) ... 5'/a 8 8 5 5 5 Monteagudo 3'^> 4 2 2 1 2 HBP—Monteagudo (Carbo). WP—Whltby, Monteagudo. T-2:iO. A-2,207. OKLAHOMA CITY, DENVER DIVIDE (Special Dispatch to The Register) OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. Oklahoma City defeated Denver, 5-4, in the opener of a doubleheader Sunday night. But Denver came back to capture the nightcap, 11-4. OAKS- Continued from Page One morning to determine whether the bone was broken again. Velazquez singled after a walk to Solimine in the second. Fazio sacrificed and Joe scored on Dick Howe's grounder to first. Omaha got even in its next time at bat when Boros singled, took second on an infield out and rode home on Scott Northey's single. A walk to Fazio and singles by Rowe and Allan Lewis — his third — gave Iowa a run in the seventh before Cram fanned Driscoll and Chavarria. B.B. SHOTS — Norton escaped injury despite a head-on collision with the center field fence a split second after his amazing catch of Spriggs' 420- foot fly in the fourth . . . Wayne hit the wall nose first and fell after bouncing back several feet . . . But he didn't even need first aid ... The sensational out ended the inning and kept Spriggs from driving in Rich Severson, who had walked. A blister on the middle finger of his pitching hand forced Meyer to retire with two out in a walk had put Royals at first Cards Sail, 8-2; Pinson Streak to 18 ST. .LOUIS, MO. (AP) Vada Pinson, extending his hitting streak to 18 games, capped the Cardinals' five-run second inning with a two-run double Sunday for an 8-2 triumph over San Francisco. Three runs in the second were unearned as St. Louis picked up its fifteenth victory in the last 20 games. Mike Torrez, pitching his first complete game in the majors, held the Giants hitless until the fifth, when a walk and two-out singles by Hal Lanier and pinch-hitter Bobby Etheridge spoiled his shutout. The Cards sent II bitters to the plate In the second In* ning. Tim McCarver opened with a single and scored on Mike Shannon's triple. A walk, sacrifice fly and two errors scored two more runs before Pinson doubled off reliever Ray Sadecki. Lou Brock opened the first inning with a triple for the Cards. He scored on Pinson's sacrifice fly and then left the game because of an upset stomach. SAN FRANCISCO Bonds rf Hunt Jb May» cf ebrh ST. LOUIS Orioles' 20 Hits Sox, 17-0 lb {ays .. MeCovty lurda If : uentes 3b .anier ss lolln p 0 SfherWfe eft) Diva Ilia If 'lood ef. Inson rf TpVre lb rtannon Jo . avler 2b fftxvin M Torrei o ab r n bl 1110 ' 2166 3601 3100 i! Mathews' Number Is Up ph Jntv Aeser tobertih p itephnsn ph . Total u u u Soft 01 t Eddie Mathews holds his old number which was retired Saturday during ceremonies at annual oldtimers game in Atlanta featuring Braves' 1957 championship team. It was second number to be retired in 99-year history of team. Pitcher Warren Snahn's No. 21 was flrst to be retired. WIREPHOTO <AP> :*cv ; Loul 9. . Pln»on, . groek, Shannon. Pinion, Maxvlll. St an Franetowf. Sf. Loud Torre, Stephenton. ». S— Term, Flood. SF— Robertson. DENVER Mendza si HIM cf Giver 2b Nash dph Pa redes pr Davis lb Perry If Holt 3b Elliot rf Lood c FIRST GAME OKLA CITY ab r h bl 1 i? 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 ata r h bl 3 301 3 0 1 200 200 0 McFden 2b 4 1 2 0 0 Watson dch 422 1 Mason lb ' ' ' 2 Lmprd rf 0 Walton If f Brmloy c 1 Chiles cf 0 Und 3b . . - 0 Stnlev ss 3000 - Totals 24 J 9 5 Totals 31 413 4 Denver 000 OJ1 Okla. City 201 200 X—5 E—Holt 2, Kennedy. DP—Okla. City 2 LOB—Denver It Okla. City 7. 2b—Watson Hill, Glover. 3b—McFadden, Watson HR-Perry (4). SF—Lamparo. DENVER IP H R ER BB SO x-Shlfflelt (L, 4-7J...3 7553 Kennedy .- 3 2 0 0 0 1 OKLA. CITY IP H R ER BB SO Cook (W, 6-a) ... 5 8 2 J SCOtl 123 4220 House 1-31000 x-laced 2 batters in fourth Inninq Balk-Cook. T-l:51. DENVER SECOND GAME 5 1 1 03KLA. CITY Mendza si 5 ab r h bl Hill cf Holt 3b Nash dph Davis lb Glover 2b Elliott rt Perry If Look c Totals l i 1 o 2 2 3 2 1 1 1 2 1 3 0 0 1 1 OMcFadn 2b 4 0 Watson c 4 0 Mavbry lb 4 5 Lampard rf 4 2 Walton If 3 1 Warner dph 2 0 Chiles cf 3 0 Llnd 3b 3 1 Stanley ss 3 ab r h b 1 {? 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 Tt 4 3311 12 9 Totals 10 . . . Denver 170 0011-11 Oklahoma City 000040 0—4 E—LamPard, Walton, Davis, Mendoz* 2. LOB — Denver 6, Okla. City 6. 28—Mendoia, Look, Mayberry. HR—Nash 2 (2), Lampard (14). SB-Elliott. DENVER IP H R ER BB SO Morris (w.4-7) 7 6 _4 _ 4 _ 1 ' OKLA. CITY Mitchell (L.l-4) •Bailey IP H .12-35 0 2 R ER BB SO / 7 2 1 A Schneider 41-35 - - _ Eilers 1 0000 •—faced three men In second Inning. WP—Twitchell. T—2:10. A—1,059. The Minors MIDWEST LEAGUE W. L. G.B. 19 12 QUICY 15 II 1 Clmin 14 10 1 Declr 15 12 HL WIs.Rds SUNDAY'S GAMtS First game: ADpleton 000 002 0—2 Trl-Cities 013 000 x—4 CRRds tri-ctb Od-Cits Brulln W.L. GB. 15 14 2\l 11 13 3 12 14 4 12 JO 7 11 U i Johnson and Howell; Heln, Chain (6) end G I n n ; W—Heln) L—Johnson; HR—Appleton: Howell; Trl-Cltlas: Dugan. Second same: Appleton." 903000 2—14 11 0 - ' Cities - Tri : CII!e$ ...,...,...,..,000 000 X- 0 5 n, Floyd Wright Hofkins, and Howell/ Lawson, Floyd (1 ' ' and Schofield, ' Pounders (4) end Schofield, Wright (3). L—Lawson. First game: Cedar Rapids 2400001-710 0 Ouincy 000 202 0—4 4 2 Heilman, Cole ttl and Clchon; Ross, Gideon (2), Brilo 17), and Stokes, Mull (6). W—Cole, I—Ross. HR—Quincy: Lorn- bardo. Second aame: Cedar Rapids 00000020—2 5 3 Quincy 200 000 2x-4 3 0 Jackson, Susce (61 and Caudell; Brown, Pope 18) and Mull. W-Pope. L-Susce. HR Cedar Rapids: Dougherty. First game: V/is. Rapids 030002030—8 8 2 Quad-Cities .. 201 012 000-611 2 Barber, Porterlield (6), Peery (8) and Dempsey; Rybicki, Pryor (7), Skoqan(8) and Nunn; W—Porterfielo'. L—Prvor. HR-Wii. Rapids: Lolos, Schleflelmilch. Quad-Cities: Riggins. Second game: Wis. Rapids 002010330-11 IS 7 Quad-Cities 600 030 03x—12 12 6 Simon, Gaskin (J), Porterfield (5), Thomsen (7), Peery (7) Clchon (8) and Dempsey; St. Clair, Spellman (3), Nelson (6), tanning (8), Skogan (9) and Nunn. W—Lanning. L—Peery. HR—Quad-Cities: Cesarlo. TONIGHT'S GAMES Decatur at Applton Clinton at Burlington Tri-Cities at Cadar Rapids Quincy at Wisconsin Rapids Quad-Cltlt* Idle. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE SUNDAY'S GAMES Four games scheduled. Toledo Lusv* Tdwlr Rochtr 52 51 5 47 49 6'a 44 56 11',-j 43 58 11 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. G.B. 55 44 Clmbs 55 44 1 Syrcs 53 46 2 Bufflo 51 50 5 Richmd SUNDAY'S GAMES Columbus 5, Louisville 3 Toledo 5, Buffalo 4 Tidewater 4, Richmond o Rochester at Syracuse, 2, rain SOUTHERN LEAGUE (Through Saturday night) W.L. G.B.I W.L. G.B. n'harn «0 43 - Ashevllle M " To ''> irlofte 57 43 l'/a M'gmer: and second . . . Bob Duliba's first )itch ended the inning as Jim ?ampanis hoisted it to Norton. The Oaks open a four-game cries in Indianapolis tonight . . A medical examination this morning will determine whether Paul Gilliford (0-1) will be the starting pitcher . . . Gilliford has a cyst on his lower back ... If he is unable to work, the assignment will go to Bob Rodriquez (4-6) . . . Left fielder Bill McNulty will rejoin the Oaks after weekend military duty in California. !OWA. Of Ml OMAHA 0 Sprgqs ef John Msdson, Audubon ....... 40-3S-37— 115 Meyer p Dullba p 0 Rico If 0 Paepkelb 3 0 Alcrz 2b 4 0 Nchlsn dph 4 0 Boros 3b 3 1 Cmpanlsc 4 . . - ONorlhvef 3 4011 Cram p 0 0000 0000 Total* II ib r h bl 1000 3000 o°6 l i 1 2 1 0 000 0 454 0 2 00 Totals 34 312 3 Iowa 010 000 110—3 Ohaha Oil 000 OOx-4 E — Lewis, Driscoll, Solomine. D I—Omaha 1. LOB—Iowa 9, Omaha 7. 2B — Alcarez. HR—Nicholson 111). S—Fazio, Severson. IOWA IP H R ER BB Meyer (L. 4-10) 72-30 4 Dullba 1-30 0 OMAHA IP H R ER B CramlW. 7-2) » 12 3 WP-Meyer 2. T-2:15, A-2,»79. SO 2 S ,°0 3 Champs Join Knoxville Field (The Register's Iowa News Service) KNOXVILLE, IA. - Three former champions will seek a second title in the National super-modified races at the Marion County Fairgrounds here Aug. 14-16. The former winners are Ray Lee Goodwin (1968) and Jay Woodside (1966), both from Kansas City, Mo., and Thad Do slier (1967) of Topeka, Kan. The championship race in which the winner receives $3,000, will be held Aug. 16. Drivers will qualify the preceding nights and also will com Dete in heat races and short features. Kaupp Captures MenloGolf Title MENLO, IA. - Dennis Kaupp of Creston fired a one over par 109 Sunday to win the 5x80 Men's Open golf tournament here. Defending champion Mike McCollom of West Des Moines tied with Dave Hilgenberg of Coon Rapids for second at 113. Dennis CHAMPIONSHIP PLIGHT aupp, Creston 37-31.34—1 09 Scott Ross, Audubon 37-39-39-1 15 Audubon FLIGHT WINNERS First— Mike Stoessel, D.M., ond-Clay Miller, Audu, hird — Larry Hannah, Corning, 91; Jpurtn-JIm Angstead, Greenfield" 92; fifth— J. Bryant, Crtston, 95; sixth— MiKe Ruddy, Audubon, 99. 79; sec- ubon, 84; Cincinnati Trips Mets, 6-3, 7-Run Blitz For Braves As Perei Clobbers No. 25 NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) - Tony Perez walloped his twenty fifth home run Sunday, helping Cincinnati to a 6-3 victory over the Mets before a crowd of 55,391. Perez' two-run shot, his third in four days, climaxed a three- run first inning against loser Don Cardwell (3-9). Pete Rose opened with a double, moved to third when Chlco Ruiz beat out a bunt and scored on a force play. Perez followed with his homer. The Reds added two more runs in the fourth, taking advantage of three errors. New York came back with ;wo runs in the sixth, but winner [Jerry Arrigo escaped by striking out Ron Swoboda to end the rally. CINCINNATI ab r h bi Rose NEW YORK abrhb A;ea cf 400 Pfeil 2b 410 gJone. If.. 312 Clndenon lb 3 o la rf Swoboda McGraw D Harrelson phi y on 1 Charles 31 0 Garrett 2l Grot* c Weis ss Boswell oh Cardwell p Ryan o Caspar rf 30 4$ Cincinnati New York 32 6 8 5 3 00 oio T - ot 2 al ooolT-i . .. 3 iV- 7 _ 001 010—3 E—wels 2, Clendenon, Ruiz, Woodward DP-ClnclnnatI 1, New York 1. LOB— Cincinnati 1, New York 7. 28—Roie A.Johnson. HR-Perez (25). S-Rulz. SF— Clendenon. Arrlao (W,M) ., Grant er . Cardwell (L,3-9) Ryan McGraw R.Taylor S 31-37 22-30 2 T I 0 BBSQ . ......... Save-Granger. T-2:2T. A-55,391. Koder Wins On 3-Httter, Then Bows Sunday's Results ojer ing TmNttd) 4. Look (Unl Lu!nber (stite5) 4 ' ' Ltt ° Ko Monday's Games 7 jp.m.— International Lumber vs. Roadside Jtts (States) :30^Bankers Llfa,.(Unlt«J) vt. Soul (States . lies) — . Life (Ur Des Molnts Auto (United) Dale Schreners checked Loo! on three hits and fanned 14 as Koder Roofing downed Look 4-2, in a United division gam Brrn'tv Charloi.. Columbus 43 I'/jIM'gmery .. 5f 9 (Savannah 43 SUNDAY'S GAMES 52 W' 54 59 59 16'. Savannah 7, Montgomery 2 Charlotte at Birmingham, rain . AsH«ville 7, Columbuj i, 10 Innings 2, wet Klondike 200 Won by Hulme EDMONTON, ALBERTA, CANADA (AP) - Denis Hulme of New Zealand, driving a Chevrolet-powered McLaren Mark 8B, won the Klondike 200 Canadian-American Challen g e Cup road race Sunday after eading for 60 laps. Hulme, 33, finished about 11 seconds ahead of Chris Amon, also of New Zealand, who was driving a Ferrari. Toronto's George Eaton was third, two laps behind the leaders. Hulme drove the 202-mile race at an average speed of approximately 106 miles an hour. HentonWintC.R. Hortethoe Meet (The Register's low* News Service) CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. - Glen Henton of Maquoketa threw the highest percentage of ringers in one game, with 79.2 per cent, and won the Class A division of the Cedar Rapids-Cedar Falls horseshoe tournament here Sunday. TH8WINNBBI in the Men's City Softball tour* nament at Birdland Sunday night. ., But Koder suffered its firs defeat at the hands of South Des Moines Auto, 4-2, as John Smejkai blasted a home run for the victors. South Des Moines Auto had earlier blanked Shaffer Realty 1-0, in another United game Jose Valdez held the losers to four hits and fanned 12. Leto Aluminum whipped General United Life, $-2, in the night's first game, but Adolphus Edwards and his son, Adolphus, jr., rocked homers as the Roadside Jets blasted Leto, 15-5, in a States division game. In another States game, Ron Fillman hurled Internationa! Lumber to a three-hit victory over Jerry's Gulf, 4-2. Koder Roofing S.D.M. Auto Schreors end lobos) HR-S.D. Kodar Roofing Sch'rVurs'erK) Re'rizo HR—Koder: Farr* « erftealty ...». Auto 1001 Ills and Rouse; Valdai i We) COS General United Life 101000 0-2 I • Leto Aluminum 102011 x-5 11 l Marvin end Munvon; Johnson end May Jerry's Gulf 000 International Lumber...000 ,_. ^ Helmsoth end Fisher; Fillman and Col llns. Gurney, Reason Split Indy 200 INDIANAPOLIS, IND. (AP) — Peter Revson of New York and Dan Gurney of Costa Mesa, Calif., in an Eagle-Ford of his own design, split the two sections of the Indy 200 road race for U.S. Auto Club championship cars Sunday. It was the first U.S.A.C. victory for Revson, a veteran sports car racer who drove a Brabham-Repco, the first car with a foreign power plant which ever won a U.S.A.C. chanpionship event. Revson won by about a mile over Mario Andretti of Nazareth, Pa. Gurney beat Al Un. ser. Albuquerque, N.M., by 50 F ~ Dm w " h " m/ Cedir feet. Class A—Glen Henton, Maquoketa, 5-0; Class B-Francls Thomas, Davenport, 4-1; Class C—Hubert Melster, Independence, ^'•' ; c J"i ,°rf r * d Keiper, Palo, 5-0; OUTDOOR TIPS DURING MOT SUMMER . MONTHS DON'T WASTE TOO MUCH TIME PISHING THE SWALLOW LAKE SHORES BETWEEN 0 AM. AND 4 8*1.. J5URING THIS PERIOD PISH HAVE MOVED INTO DEEPER WATER... USE A DEEP RUNNING PLUG OR LURE AND WORK IT SLOWLY AS FISH ABE SLUGGISH AND LAZY DURING MOT WEATHER GRANDVIEW WINS'SENIOR 1 MARSHALLTOWN, IA. Grandview of Des Moines collected 14 hits off Muscatine pitcher Mike Shea enroute to 12-2 Little League Senior Division championship victory here Sunday. Grandview's Mike Shipley belted a three-run homer in the second inning and Lowell Jacobson added another run in the fourth with hit solo homer. Lowell Jacobson held Muscatine to six hits, striking out 11 Rod Shipley and Tom Johannson each had three hits for Grandview. The championship game was also the first round of divisional play. Grandview will advance to the second round of divisional action at Carrollton, Mo., Thursday night. Ohio Car Racer Shaw, 36, Dies GREENVILLE, OHIO (AP) — Sprint car driver Mickey Shaw, 36, of Elyria, Ohio, died early Sunday in a hospital here, where he was taken Saturday night after complaining if chest pains. Officials at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg said Shaw had revived chest injuries in an ear- ier accident at another track. RED SOX- Continued from Page One hits through seven innings by Ray Culp, made it 1-1 in the eighth when Harper doubled and Hovley singled. Seattle started Marty Pattin allowed two hits until the sev enth, when Reggie Smith's twenty-first homer gave the Red Sox a 1-0 edge. BOSTON JBrlen Jb JIATTLI cf Yttrmskl If RSmlth cf Lonborq p Petroclll ss ' ,ahoud <rf ott lb itrlano c My or .line P .endli p chofleld rf. 7131 Goosun S O I 1 2 2 Clark or 6110 Paglronl 6 0 1 0 Gil 3b 0' ' 11 00 oo 00 2 Jyler ss Comer ph fi f * t«nd ss 3 01 101 0 0 0 0 T£ 400 90 1 402 000 502 8 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 602 200 1 0 0 . Boston I, McNa 3. LOI McNertnev, Harper. Petroci YastraemsM. HR-R.Smfth (Jl), L ' (7), Harper (*). S—Renew, Goossen. -..._ IS H R ER I Lihoud BBSQ 112 WIH \\jvuaavnt. WP— B—Gibson. T—5:52. A— FORT DODGE VS, CLARINDA Tourney Pacts UNDAY. NI«HT'S teiULTI ClarJ Fort 4 p.m.—Nevede vs. eolation) . , p.m.-Clarlnde Illiamsburg (con- vi. Fort Dodge , I p.m.-Clai [champion ship) (The Register'* (owe News Service) AMES, IA. — Ernie Tomlinson pitched a two-hitter as Clarinda edged Nevada, 1-0, and gained the final round ol the state semipro baseball tournament here Sunday night. Fort Dodge defeated Williams- in the other contest title at 8 o'clock burg, 7-5, for the tonight. Penny Kurtz scored the wuuiag nut after he tiugled to the flrrt. He advanced oa • wild pitch and an infield out and scored on Virgil Briggs* •ingle. Fort Dodge broke open a 3-3 game with inning. pinch-single iheacl run. Nevada ClarTnda Tlllotson and Ebberly. : ort Dodge iVItllamsburg " -kef, Zahn ....shus and .Illamsourg: Herdllska. runs in the eighth Marty Patterson's scored the go- 000 000 000-0 2 0 100 000 OOx-1 5 2 Knowlton; Tomllnson and 201 000 000 300 040-7 41 020-5 6 , (4) and Cadwell; Olson, irockshus and Voss.. W—Zahn. L-Olson; CORINTHIAN VICTORY MONTREAL, QUEBEC, IANADA (AP) - Corinthians )f Brazil edged River Plate of Argentina, 1-0, Saturday in an exhibition soccer game. Hits Expos ATLANTA, GA. (AP) - Rico Carty's two-run homer sparked a seven-run seventh inning that sent the Braves to an 8-2 victory over Montreal Sunday. Winner Jim Britton and Montreal rookie Steve Renko allowed two hits apiece until the seventh, when Felix Millan drew a leadoff walk and Car* ty's seventh homer broke a 1-1 tie. Orlando Cepeda's single chased Renko and the Braves added five more runs on a single by Clete Boyer, a wild pitch by Don Shaw, a double by Bob Didier, an error and a triple by Millan. Relievers Paul Doyle and Cecil Upshaw combined to check the Expos on two hits the rest of the way, preserving Britton's fifth victory against one loss. The only hits off Britton were singles by Renko in the third and seventh. Boyer homered for the Braves in the second. MONTREAL t ATLANTA ab r h br Phllllpi ef. 300 rler Laboy 3b Brand c Wine ss Cline ph Renko p Shaw p Cofi?ns D ph Montreal Atlanta E-Shaw. Montreal 7, Atlei Millan, HR—C.Boyer SB—Brand, Phillips, Renko. Renko (L.l-2) ... '* Shaw Britton (WiS-'lV gpthaw DP—Atlanta 1. Ajlant. 3.^-D£,.r. F.AIOU. S-1 'pshaw 15-1 i WP-Shew. T-irn. . o 'A-° HOUSTON BEATS PHILS IN 11TH HOUSTON, TEX. (AP) Pinch-hitter Gary Geiger rapped a two-out bases-loaded single in the eleventh inning Sunday to give the Astros a 3-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. Joe Morgan had opened the inning with a pinch double. Two infield outs and two in- t e n 11 o n a 1 walks loaded the bases, then Geiger rapped his winning hit off reliever Bill Wilson. PHILADIL HOUSTON F, ROBINSON RIPS 2 HOMERS BALTIMORE, MD. (AP) the Orioles pounded JO hits, Including two homers by Frank RoMnson as he drove in five runs, and buried Chicago's White Sox, 17-0, Sunday. The 17 runs were scored in the first five innings. The barrage backed the two- hit pitching of Jim Hardin, who also slammed a three-run homer. Boog Powell Included a two- run homer among his three hlti. Hardin homered in the fourth to cap Baltimore's second five-run inning. Robinson, with IS hits in 31 tries against Chicago this season, hit homers his first two times at bat, walked and scored a run, and drove in a final run with a ground out. CHICAGO 2 REICHARDT HOMERS LIFT ANGELS, M ANAHEIM, CALIF. (AP) Rick Reichardt drove in five runs with two homers and Ken Tatuin pitched 6tt Innings of two-hit relief, leading the Angels to a M victory over New York Sunday. Reichardt pulled the Angels even, 3-3, with a three-run blast in the third and sent them ahead to stay with a two-run homer off loser Steve Hamilton in the fifth. NEW YORK CALIFORNIA Cjarg. » (10), ipenc.r. IP Burba* 3 -.Hamilton <L,2-3) . 3 '.Johnson ~ 0st. jttum '• Cater'* Four R.B.L's Pin Nats by 7-2 OAKLAND, CALIf, (Ap) _ Danny Cater drove In four Oakland raw and Lew Kraune ((M) won his fourth straight game with a five-hit, 7-2 victory over Washington Sunday. Cater tagged a homer in the first inning to account for two runs and singled another pair across as the A's took command with four more runs in the fifth inning. Washington bunched three of its hlta in the fifth inning with Del Unser'a single driving ,in a run. Ken McMuIIen homered in the ninth, WAIHIKOTO*. OAKLAND. eW f n bl i llffllj MARTINEZ'S HOMER LEADS ROYALS, 7-2 DETROIT, MICH. (AP) Rookie catcher Buck Martinez's three-run homer in the first inning started Kansas City to a 7-2 victory over the Tigers Sunday. Jim Rooker checked the Tigers on five hits, including a home run by Don Wert, in seven innings. Moe Drabowsky finished up. Martinez's homer, only his second, came off Pat Dobson, who lasted just 2^ innings. It followed a single to Joe Keough, a force play and a walk. KANSAS CITY DETROIT Keauofi cf *?e 1 p Stanley si •b r h W Totel 377115 Told 33 J* 1 :• ..Hi if! If!;,' aya-prabowsky. HBP-by Kllk »Kjr), by Orrtowsky (North -Rooktr, Drabowsky. T-2:M. 39.3W. iJi Cardenas, Killebrew Click .1 nil As Twins Outlast Tribe, 8-7 CLEVELAND, OHIO (AP) - Leo Cardenas' three-run homer and Harmon Killebrew's two-run double powered Minnesota's Twins to an 8-7 victory over the Indians Sunday. The Indians struck for five runs Dave in the second, chasing Boswell. They led, 9-2, MINNIIOTA _ ab r h bl [oyar cf 4 CLEMENTE'S 4 HITS BOOST PIRATES, 4-1 PITTSBURGH, PA. (AP) Roberto Ciemente drilled four straight singles, driving in one run and scoring two others as Pittsburgh topped San Diego, 4-1, Sunday. IAN DIIOO gap i b Aurre I cf Stahl II Hriniak c Cirby p 5 Roberts ipin 2b 'ena ss 4050 Ciemente rf 42 4 T irown .rf 4020 Hebner 3b 4010 4110 Sangullln c 4021 «? iflo 2000 ph 1 0 0 0 OOOO t 0 Patek ss I I Martinez 2b I 0 Bunnlng p Moose P 4010 I°«U oooo Total 32 1 7 1 Total _ 31 411 Dl*(» Diego 5, . E-Murrell, Stahl - ittsburgh 2. LOB— San Di ittsbursh 7. 2B-O.Brown, Wurr*ll 3B-Staraell. HR-Staroell —Bunnlng. .rbv.L.^) ..... '? "7 2 >aldKhun ...... o 3 2 2 teb«rg«r ........ 1 I 0 0 lunnlng (W,9-7) ... 7 411 Woose ........ 2 l o 0 Q i Save-Moose. HBP— by Klrby Marline:). WP— Klrby. T-2:12. A— when Juan Pizarro walked Killebrew and Bob Allison in the sixth. Rookie Don Law replaced Pizarro and Cardenas homered on the reliever's first pitch, tying the game. In the seventh, winning pitcher Jerry Crider tingled, Cesar Tovar beat out a bunt and Rod Carew tingled borne the go-ahead nut. KOlebrew then doubled home two more giving the Twins an 84 edge. The Indians closed we gap in the eighth when Eddie Leon singled and pinch-hitter Chuck fUnton slammed a two-run homer. SALES OPPORTUNITY C«n You Qualify To Handle An Ettebliihed Omaha A Central Nebreike Territory? SEMED Ph*rm*c*utie*l a new division of *n* S. E. Massengill Company h*s «n immediate opening for «n aggrejjive individual to itert • profesiionel M!*I career with a leader in ift field. Previoui ulei experience not required. 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