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Boston Clubs New York Yankees, 14-6 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Manager Darrell Johnson of tte Boston Red Sox Hashed a big grin. That's what happens when your team is hitting. Manager Bobby Winkles of the California Angels threw a pair of shoes against the wall. That's what happens when youi team isn't hitting. Johnson's Red So* have !. four-game winning streak during which they've pounded out 41 runs on 61 hits and mover into second place in the Ameri can League's East Division one game behind the Milwaukee Brewers. Eighteen ol the hits came in Tuesday night's 14-6 romp over the Ne York Yankees. Winkles' Angels managed seven hits in a 4-2 loss to the Kansas City Royals. It was their lllh defeat in the last 1' games, during which thcy'vi scored as many as four run: only three times. The Angel: are last in the AL West, fou games hchind the Oakland A's. Elsewhere in the American League, Milwaukee edged th Detroit Tigers 6-5, Oaklanc shelled the Minnesota Twins 8- and the Baltimore Oriole trounced the Ceveland Indian 7-1. The Texas Rangers an- Chicago White Sox were rainci out. Brewers 6, Tigers5 A double steal and Johnn Briggs' triple produced tw decisive runs in the sevenlh ii ning. Tim Johnson opened tti seventh with a single to chas Detroit starter Lerrin LaGrov, Don Money bunted and relieve John Hitler's wild throw pi runners on first and second. A's 8, Twins I Home runs hy Gene Tense and Reggie Jackson highlighle a six-run outburst in the so' enth inning thai broke a lie. enth inning that broke a tie. Ti nace opened the sevent against Joe Decker with Ii fifth home run of the seasoi Ted Kubiak singled, went a the way to third on an errc and Sal Bando greeted relieve Tom Burgmeier with a pine single. After a walk and a sa rifice, Joe Rudi's sacrifice f made it 4-1 and Jackson folto\ ed with his 12th home run. gi iriK him the American Leagu lead. Orioles 7, Indians 1 Paul Blair hit a grand-sla homer off Steve Kline in a fiv run second inning and Mik Cuellar tossed a seven-hitter a the Orioles snapped a thre game losing streak. Tennis Victories HAMBURG, Germany Brian Gottfried and Eddie nib of (he United States each score. victories in the Hamburg Inte national Tennis tournament Hard Hitting Pitcher Sends Pittsburgh Past Montreal Expos, 8-4 NotHiwwt AricoiMat TIMES, WM., May tt, *74 Â·) 23 rAvrrrrvikLt, MKAIMA* Coach Appointed ST. LOUIS AP) - Wayne Sevier, 32. a former quarterback for Coach Don Coryell at San Diego State, will serve as special assignments coach for the St. Louis Cardinals in 1974. Oldest Toumty SAN FRANCISCO (AP -The West Coast's oldest tennii tournament is moving lnsidÂ« this year and will offer $100,000 in prize money. If Ken Brett were ever traded to the American League, tho land of the designated hitter where pitchers don't hit and hitters don't pitch, he might have a problem. . Brett is one of those hitting pitchers who enjoys making life miserable for opposing batters . . , and opposing pitchers. He pitched the Pis burgh Pirates to an 8-4 victory over the Montreal Expos Tuesday night, and en route, collected a long double in the eighth inning. Elsewhere in the National League, the New York Mets Bounded the Chicago Cubs 10-5; . h e Philadelphia Phillies trimmed the St. Louis Cardinals 4-2; the Houston Astros nipped the San Diego Padres 5 4' the Los Angeles Dodgers edged the Cincinnati Reds 3-2 and the Atlanta Braves downot the San Francisco Giants 4-: before dropping the second game of their twi-night double header 5-4. Brett sports a .444 batting av erage on eight-for-18 with twi homers and five RBI. 'TOY CANNON' WANTS A RAISE ... outfielder Jimmy V/ynn turns from Dodger Vice-President Al Campanis to tell a teammate near the batting cage in Los Angeles that he's told Campanis he deserves a raise for his explosive hitting. The former Houston Astro leads the majors with 14 home runs in 40 games and before Tuesday night's game had 41 RBls. (AP Wlrephoto) General Manager DETROIT -- Alex Delvacchii was named general manage and coach of the Detroit Rec Wings, succeeding Ned Hark ness as general manager of th Astros 5. Padres 4 AH bad things come to an end nd Houston's losing streak nded at 10. Milt May unloaded his first ome run as an Astro and Tom Grififin gave up six hits before leeding eighth-inning reliel lelp, to give Houston a long- awaited taste of victory. Mets 10, Cabs 5 Pitcher George Stone drove n four runs with a pair of sin jes while Ted Martinez' two run triple capped the Mets' big gest outburst of the season, a six-run explosion in he third nning that carried them to the victory over Chicago. Dodgers 3, Reds t Pinch-hitter Joe Ferguson lof ed a sacrifice fly with one ou n the ninth inning that scored he winning run and gave Lo Angeles an eight-game lead over San Francisco and Cincin nati ii the NL West. Braves 4-4, Giants 1-5 San Francisco's Ron Bryant the majors' winningest pitche with 24 victories last season posted his first triumph thi year in the second game of twi-night doubleheader with th offensive support of Garr Maddox. who hit a two-run, in side-the-park homer. In th eopener. Norm Miller In the opener, Norm Miller pinch-hit home run triggered four-run rally in the eighth : ning of the opener that enable ' Braves to beat the Giant BAIL BONDS The practice of demanding that cash bonds be posted before you can be released from jail has developed a very profitable business. A professional bail-bondsman charges 10 per cent of the amount of the bond to get you out of jail. He keeps that 10 pet cent, no matter whether you, win, lose, or draw. It will be my policy to release more perosn* "on their own recognizance" that is simply upon their promise to appear in court. Any responsible citizen with steady employment should be given this consideration. BICK HOYT CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF WASHINGTON COUNTY Pot. Ad Paid For By Dick Hoyt By Competent Track Officials Indy Tangles Solved INDIANAPOLIS (AP) --i There have been many disputes over the years at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, hut track officials are balling 1.000 in dealing with them. Probably the host organized protest, recalls U.S. Auto Club historian Donald Davidson, was 1047 when the American Sociely of Professional Aulo Racing refused lo participate in the 500-mile race unless qualifying money and prize money was hiked substantially. The protest dragged on until the day before Ihe race, willi only 28 cars qualified for Ihe field, mosl of which were driv- by non-ASPAR. members. 1 The Speedway did institute qualification money, Davidson noted, hut the basic demands of he dissidenl participant were denied. Because some ASPAR members had spent a great deal of lime arguing the inalter, their cars were nol ready, said Davidson. Those which could not reach the 115-mile per hour minimum qualifying speed did not make Ihe field, and only 30 slarled in the usual 33-car lineup. Rained-out time trials in 1956 after only 35 cars had made runs posed a similar problem with qualifying. 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