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Triple Threat Jatte Smiths, », «rf Chicago, demonstrates her skills at fielding, throwing and hitting Monday In Chicago's Sbah- bona Park. Julie is th eonly girl among about Z75 boys, aged six to eight, In (he Shah- Horu Park. Julie to the only Pee Wee basebalr Instruction program. (AP WJrepboto) Chicago Falls 10-0 LA Dodgers Still Red Hot '- CHICAGO (AP) - Ron Cey slugged · two home runs and a single and drove in seven runs Saturday, leading Andy Messersmith an dthe Los Angeles Dodgers to a 10-0 victory over the Chicago Cubs in a nationally televised baseball game. The seven RBIs set a Los Angeles Dodger record, eclipsing the mark of six in one game shared by Ron Fairly, Frank Howard and Andy Kosco. keyed a four-run the third and he Cey blasted his fifth homer of the season with two mates aboard in the second inning off loser Ken trailing. 3-5. His two- run single splurge in blasted a two-run homer to cap a three-run fourth as the red- hot Dodgers posted their fourth straight victory and 19th in their last 24 games. Messersmith coasted to his f i f t h victory against one , loss Deron Johnson Drives Oakland Past Brewers OAKLAND (AD - Deron Johnson drove in three runs with a homer arid double and Vida Blue pitched a six-hitter to lead the Oakland A's to a 4-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers Saturday. Johnson hit his fourth home run of the season, off loser Jim Slaton. 6-8. following a single by Joe Rudi in the second inning. Milwaukee second baseman Pedro Garcia dropped two pop flies in the inning to make a 11 three Oakland runs unearned. Garcia dropped Johnson's pop foul for an error just before tiie home r u n . Then he dropped Angel Mangual's pop for a two base error and Dick Green singled for the third run. Johnson doubled Rudi across in the fifth after Reggie Jackson walked and Rudi forced him. Blue, 4-5, walked two and struck out 10 in his best performance of the season. Milwaukee scored its run in the two-out wild behind the 13 hit attack. He idn't yield a hit until Don Kesinger looped a single to center the fourth inning and fin- shed with a six-hitter. The Dodger fireworks began when Steve Garvey led off the second inning and reached on n error by third baseman ilatt Alexander. Joe Ferguson ollowed with a single and Cey it his homer clear over the eft field stands. Bill Russell opened the third with a single, Jim Wynn drew a me-out walk and both runners idvanced on a passed ball, raryey was given an in- entional walk and Ferguson walked to force in a run. Cey hen singled home a pair and lick Auerbach singled in an- ither. Paciorek opened the fourth with a single and Wynn walked again. Garvey bounced into a double play but Ferguson dou- lied home a run and Cey fol- owed with his second homer nto the left field bleachers. All the runs came off Frall- ng, who was knocked out in he third inning and reliever seventh Inning on a single by Rob Ellis, pitch and Garcia's double. It was the third consecutive triumph and 16th in 22 games for the world champion A's and boosted their lead in the American League's West Division to 2'/2 games. Yaz Ends Slump, Tiant Stops Sox BOSTON CAP) -- Carl Yastr- zcmski broke out of a slump . with a homer and two-run scoring singles Saturday night and the Boston Red Sox bree/.erl to an 8-0 victory over the Chicago White Sox behind the five-hit pitching rf Luis Tianl. Coupled with Milwaukee's 4-1 loss to Oakland, the victory moved Boston back into first place in the American League East. Yastrzemski singled across a run in the first inning, lined his seventh homer of the baseball season into the centerfield bleachers in the third and singled home another run in the seventh. The homer was his first since April 22. Tiant, a 20-game winner last season but off to a slow starl Lhis year, raised his record to fi-5 with his fourth consecutive complete-game victory. The Red Sox, who have won 10 of their last 13 games, jumped on Chicago starter Stan Bahnsen for two runs in the first, one in the third and two in the fourth. They also got one in (he seventh off reliever Rich Gossage and two in the eighth off Wayne Granger. Tiant was helped by three double plays en route to his second shutout of the season and the 30th of his career. Chi cago got only one runner as far as second base, Ken Hender son, who singled and moved up on a walk with two out in th second. lonborg's 100th Victory Comes At Giants' Expense ;,' PHILADELPHIA ( A P ) -Jim Lonborg won his 100th major league game and Mike Schmidt hit two home runs and collected four RBI. pacing the Philadelphia Phillies lo a 6-2 victory over the San Francisco -Giants Saturday night. :;. Lonborg. 5-5, the 1967 C)' Mets Climb Past Houston i NE WYORK (AP) -- Tarn Seaver broke out a pitching slump with a five-hitter and 11 strikeouts and Rusty Staub drove in two runs with a single and double, leading the New York Mets to a 3-1 victory over the Houston Astros Saturday. It was only the third victory in eight decisions for the National League's 1973 Cy Young Award winner, who came into the game with an earned run average of 3.89. - The Mets, who ended their four-game skid and Houston's five-game winning streak, jumped on loser Dave Roberts, 5-6, for two quick runs in the first inning. Don Hahn led off with a fluke triple when left fielder Bob Watson and center fielder Cesar Cedcno let his long fly drop untouched. Felix Millan singled Hahn across and scored on a double by Staub. Young award winner for th Boston Red Sox in the Amer. can League, entered the game with « 9998 lifetime record. Hi had lost his last two decisions. Schmirit'.s two homers led a 13-hit Philadelphia attack tha saw everyone in the lineup hi safely except Mike Anderson and Lonborg. Schmidt had a three-run homer in the first inninK to give Lonborg a quick 3-0 cush ion and after Larry Bowa sin gled home a run in the Phila d e 1 p h i a second. SchmJd mounted the Phillies' lead to 5 1 with a hnmer leading off thi third, his 10th of the year. The Giants scored a run in (he second on Dave Rader' RBI double and one in llr eighth on Bobby Bonds' nintl homer of the baseball season. Lonborg allowed eight hits. Yates Sets 3 New Standards PRESCOTT, Ark. (AP) -Judy Yates of DeQueen be tered three state records Satur day in an Amateur Athletic new ORIGINS SPeCML 4 days, $186.78* Tour historic NawOrtaana at a r*duc«d rate of on*y aiae.78 p«r paraon for four daya and three ni^Bs--Thuraday, Jiffy 4 through Sunday, Jury r. Trip Ir FayettevtHe *Three nights at Sourboo- Of leans Hotel (Transfers from Airport to Tiotel and bade ·Choice of Mississippi River Cruise on S, S. Resident or Bayou Cruise on Mark Twain ·Choice of breakfast at Brennen'aor dinner at Le Restaurant Maurice ·Choice of 1 of 3 city toura ·CocktaJi and a souveni r doubloon at the Top of I be Mart. "Based on mini mum of K3 Call now to i WORLDWIDE TOWEL SERVICE INCORPORATED .226 North School Avenue 521-7460, eve Stone. Ray Burris, Jim odd and Dave LaRoche hurled ie final five innings and lowed only a pair of singles. Messersmith had three trou esome innings. Alexande cached in the fourth on an er or by the pitcher and Kessi ger singled. But Billy Wil ams hit into a double play anc ose Cardenal was. thrown ou n a fine play by Oey. With one out in the seventh ardenal and Rick Monday sin led but Jerry Morales fannet nd Dave RoselJo hit into irce play. With two out in the nth, Cardenal again singled Ion day walked and they ad anced on a wild pitch. Anothe 'ten got away from catche :eve Ycager but he recovered nd threw to Messersmith, whi *gged Cardenal at the plate ti nd the game. Yanks Sneak Past Twins In 13th BLOOM1NCTON, M I N N . AP) -- Fernando Gonzalez raced home from third base in he 13th inning on a wild double ilay relay by Minnesota second laseman Rod Carew. giving the New York Yankees a 6-5 victory over the Twins Saturday. New York relief ace Sparky Lyle blew a 4-2 lead in the eighth inning but the Yankees ied it in the ninth oft Tom Bur- Sraeier on a walk to Craig Net-les and singles by pinch hitter Bill Sudakis and Rick Dempsey, the latter off Bill Camp- sell. With one out in the 13th. Gon zalez singled and raced to third on a bouncing single through ;he right side by pinch hitter 3ene Michael. Dempsey then grounded to shortstop Luis Go- [flez, whose f l i p to Carew easily "orced Michael. Carew had an easy relay to first for an inning-ending double play but threw the ball past Jerry Ter rell. Harmon Killebrew tied the score with a two-out, two-run single olf Lyle in the eighth in ning and Steve Brye followed with a single that put the Twins on top 5-4. Elliott Maddox produced three New York rwis with a steal of home in the first inning and a bases-loaded single in the second that chased Minnesota starter Bert Blyleven, Bobby Murcer hit his first home run since April 14 off Dave Goltz in the seventh inning for a 4-2 lead. Bob Darwin accounted for Minnesota's first run with his ninth homer of the year, a 412 foot shot off Doc Medich in th second inning. Eric Soder holm's single drove in Min nesota's second run in the fourth after Jim Holt double with two out. Aggie Bests Steer CHICAGO (AP) --Represen tatives of the Texas Aggies am Texas Longhorns squared of Friday in Chicago's Wrigley Field. Representing the Aggies wa Los Angeles starting pitche Doug Rau who grabbed his fifth victory of the year as the Dodg ers beat the Our* S-1 MorifcwcM ArfcontM TIMES, Sun., JOB* 9, 1974 · 1C VAVSTTKVIILI, ABKAMSAI Pirates Demolish Red Streak 14-1 CINCINNATI (AP) - Richie lisk, Bob Robertson and Richie Hebner blasted home runs and Pittsburgh Pirates added other extra-base hits in blasting Cincinnati 14-1 to demolish the Reds' seven-game winning streak. The Pirates unloaded 18 hits against loser Roger Nelson, 1-4, and four relievers. They raked Jlelson for three runs in the first inning and added three more in the fourth after getting single runs in the second and third. Zisk's fifth homer of the vear came off Tom Hall after Al Oliver had doubled Heoner lome. Ken Brett, 6-3. who pitched eight perfect innings against San Diego in his last start, had to work out of, a bases-loaded jam in the first when Cincinnati scored a run on four hits. After that, though, Brett limited the Reds to four more hits. Hall took (he brunt of the Pirate attack. He was pounded for_eight of Pittsburgh's hits, eluding five for extra bases, nd six runs. Robertson's seventh homer of he year and Hcbner's ninth ame in the sixth Inning when h« Pirates scored four times off (like McQueen. Pittsburgh cored in every inning until the eventh. Every Pirate starter with the xception of Brett, who had two its, knocked in runs and all ut Frank Taveras scored Table Tennis Tourney Entries are now being accepted for the fourth annual state table tennis championships, to be held on June 8 at the North Little Rock Community Center. Divisions will include men's singles and doubles, women's singles, mixed doubles, 41-and- older single5. parentchild doubles, "A" doubles, IS and-under singles and doubles and 12-and- under singles. Entry blanks may be obtained by writing P.O. Box 617, North Little Rock 72115. Entry dead line Is June 6. 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