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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 131

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Holtzman, Q ave Marr cou Id win-and ruin his career Lubs rip S.F.,6-1 B U H-QnVMIzona Republic 89 Phoenix, Thurs., Jane 18,1970 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) "Ernie Banks and Paul Popovich slammed homers for four -runs and Jim Hickman doubled in two more behind Ken ^oltzman as the Chicago 'Cubs blasted the San Francisco Giants 6-1 yeaterday. Rookei Lee Pitlock 0-2, making his second major league start, held the Cubs m'tless until Phil Gagliano singled with two out in the •fifth, and then Popovich broke .the scoreless tie in the sixth with his third home run. , A Walk, a single by Billy Williams and Hickman's double made it a.three-run inning. Then in the eighth, Banks followed a walk and Ron Santo's single with his seventh homer. Holtzman, 8-3, posting his fifth straight victory, had the Giants blanked oh six hits until Willie Mays rapped his 15th homer in the eighth. Mays also had a single, pulling him within 20 hits of the exclusive 3,000-hit club. By JIM MURRAY Los Angeles Times Service MINNEAPOLIS - It would be just Dave Marr's rotten luck to win the U.S. Open. And put a serious crimp in his career. You see, if all goes well, that is to say if he shoots two 76s, and misses the cut, he's going to get a chance to be to golf what Graham McNamee was to baseball or Ted Husing to football. Now, what would you rather do to a U.S. Open — birdie it or describe it? Would you rather have unplayable lies — or tell them? Would you like to be behind an oak tree in 3 and needing to get down in- two to make the cut? Or would you rather be there with a microphone trying to look sympathetic? Is it easier to say, "He's got a tap- in for his par"—or would you rather have to make that "tap-in" which, chances are, is a 3%-foot snake with a right- to-left break and a cleat mark right in the middle? Dave Marr hasn't won • a tournament in five years — but who's counting? The pro from Toots Shor's, the man who plays Broadway from the back tees, "Beau David" is the nearest thing to Jimmy Walker to hit The Great White Way in years. He should play in an Inverness cape and a top hat and flip a gold-headed cane to his caddie and peel off pearl-gray gloves at the first tee. Proudest Roman wins 3rd in row at Belmont Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO h bl CHICAGO. . ab r h bl Pooovich ss 5 1 2 IS Bonds rf . Callison rf 4100 Isallaghef 3b 4 0 1 0 BWillams If 4110 Mays cf ,4171 Hickman cf 2112 McCovev 1b 4010 Santo 3b 411 0 Hendersn If 4010 (banks Ib 311-3 Dletz c 4010 Hlatt c 1000 Fuentes 2b 4000 Rudoloh c 3000 Lanler ss 3010 Gagliano 2b 3010 Pitlock o 2000 Holtzmwn o 4000 McMahon o 0 0 0 0 Davenorthoh 1000 Davlson p 0000 NEW YORK - Mrs. John A. Morris' Proudest Roman made it three in a row with a late stretch charge to win the 58th running of the $31,475 Colt and Gelding Division of the National Stallion Stakes "4000 for 2-year-olds yesterday at Belmont Park. Total 33 6 7 6 Total 34 1 7 1 Chicago .......... 000 003 03 0 — < San Francisco .. 000000010 — 1 LOB—Chicago 5. San Francisco &. 28— Hickman. Dletz. HR—Pooovich (3), Banks (7), Mays (15). , Holtzman (W.8-3) .."? *7 "l E * B O 10 Pitlock (L,0-2) .... 5'/3 43334 McMahon 1% 0 0 0 1 2 Davlson 2 3 3 3 1 1 T—2:30. A— 5,859. 3 free agents signed by Giants SAN FftANCISCO (UPI) The Sari Francisco Giants yesterday announced the signing of three free agents — pitcher John' O'gdert, infielder Richard Schroeder and outfielder Ken Danielson. Ogden, 1,9, of New York, was the team's llth pick in the June 4"free agent draft. The 5-11, 170-pound graduate of Far Rockaway High also can play the infield or outfield as well as pitch. Schroeder, 21, bats left- handed. He played at Wisconsin State University. Danielson, 6-1, 200 pounds, bats and throws lefthanded. He played at Wagner College in New York. The son of Never Bend- Roman Song, ridden by Pete Anderson, stepped 5% furlongs in 1:05 1;5 to win by a head from Edward Sawyer's Three Martinis, who cut out the pace and just failed to last. Third money, two lengths back, went to Gedney Farms' Tamtent who finished three lengths ahead of Lloyd I. Miller's Pete Rose. Solid favorite in the betting with the crowd of 23,383, Proudest Roman returned $3.80, $2.80 and $2.20. Three Martinis paid $4 and $2.60 and Tamtent was $2.40 to show. * * * Alahray Stable's Joe Frazier, a 3-year-old gelding named for boxing's heavyweight champion, proved a champion himself insofar as the field in the featured Dawn Attack Purse at Delaware Park was concerned. ,'Giving jockey Bill Hartack his second score of the day, Joe Frazier completed the 1 1-16 miles for 3-and 4- year-olds with 3& lengths to spare. He was timed in 1:46 4-5. Joe Frazier, earning his ini- tial triumph of the year in seven outings, paid his backers $11.40, $4.60 and $2.60. Safe Ahead returned $3 and $2.20, with Red Roman $2.80 to show. # * * Victor Mosca's Double Ripple, saving all the ground under veteran jockey Eldon Nelson, was up to win the $12,000 Wynnewood Purse at Liberty Bell by a head. Walnut Hill Farms' Dedicated To Sue finished second, a nose in front of the 6-5 favorite, Frederick Street. However, Dedicated To Sue was disqualified and placed fourth following a stewards' inquiry into the stretch run. Double Ripple, a 5-year-old daughter of the durable Double Jay, paid $13.80, $5.20 and $3.20 Davie is a first nighter, young man of Manhattan 45 minutes from Broadway, and remember me to Herald Square. His conversation, lightly brushed with Texas, sprinkled with winged foot and uptown Irish, is almost chesterfieldian, as urbane as a baccarat game. He is head waiter-correct, his clothes always have the right touch of carelessness. He is Easter Parade New York* Joe Na- math is just Midnight Cowboy by comparison. 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