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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Detroit Loses; Marichal
By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Chuck Hinton's
two-run single highlighted a five-i
run ninth inning that gave Cleve-t
land an 8-3 victory over Detroit
Hinton's hit followed two walks
and a fielder's choice that had
loaded the bases with none out.
Then, with the bases still loaded,
relief pitcher Hank Aguirre un-
corked a wild throw on Fred
Whitfield's dribbler, permitting
three more runs to score.,
The Tigers, who scored only one
run in the sixth after loading the
bases with no one out, finally
knocked Cleveland starter Sonny'
Siebert out in the eighth when Jim
Northrup hit a two-run homer
that tied it 3-3.
Siebert lashed a double to left
in the third inning to set up the"
Indians first run. Pedro Gonzalez,
who had been hit by a pitch,
reached third on the hit and
scored on Chuck Hinton's sacri-
Two walks, Leon Wagner's sin-
gle and a sacrifice fly by Fred
Whitfield gave the Indians their
second run in the sixth inning off
Detroit starter Mickey Lolich.
Marichal Blanks Phils
SAN FRANCISCO-Pinch hit-
ter Bob Barton delivered a 14th-
inning sacrifice fly that gave un-
beaten Juan Marichal his ninth
victory of the season as San
Francisco edged Philadelphia 1-0
It was the fourth shutout of
the season for Marichal, who went
all the way and gave up only six
hits. The right-hander now has
allowed just one run in the last
42 innings and has an earned run
average of 0.59.
Jim Davenport started the
Giants' winning rally with a one-
out triple. The drive to right cen-
ter got past Johnny Callison, who
was trying for a backhand, shoe-
Hal Lanier walked and Jesus
Alou, batting for Marichal, also
drew a walk, loading the bases.
Barton, batting for Don Landrum,
flied out to Tony Gonzalez, with
Davenport scoring after the catch.
The Giants blew several chances
before cashing in the run for Mar-
ichal, who struck out 10 and walk-
ed only one.
Marichal and Jim Bunning
staged a brilliant duel for 10 in-
nings before the Philadelphia
starter left for a pinch hitter in
the 11th. Bunning allowed only
four hits, striking out eight and
Orioles Smash Sox
CHICAGO-Sam Bowens knock-
ed in four runs and collected four
hits, powering the Baltimore
Orioles to a 7-1 victory over the
Chicago White Sox yesterday.
Bowens, who has been the sub-
ject of a possible trade between
the two clubs, delivered a two-run
single to highlight a three-run
fourth inning rally.
Bowens then capped a four-run
uprising in the seventh inning
with a two-run double. In be- Cards to six hits and had a 2-0j
tween these two hits, he also sin- lead provided by Byron Browne's
gled and stole a base. He beat out two-run homer in the fifth when
a single behind second in the Julian Javier opened the ninth
ninth. with a single.
Chicago broke into the scoring
column in the fourth inning when
Gene Freese slugged his third
homer of the year.
Trailing 3-1 in the sixth, the
Sox threatened when Danny Cater
led off with a single and John
Romano followed with a walk.
Eddie Watt relieved starter Dave
McNally and retired the next
three men without allowing a run-
ner to advance.
Cards Nip Cubs
ST. LOUIS - Tim McCarver's
bases-loaded single climaxed a
three-run rally in the ninth inning
that gave St. Louis a 3-2 victory
over Chicago last night.
Dick Ellsworth had held the
After Mike Shannon beat out
an infield hit, Ron Santo's throw-
ing error on Curt Flood's bouncer
allowed Javier to score and Shan-
non to go to third. Orlando Ce-
peda followed with another single,
scoring Shannon with the tying
Ferguson Jenkins relieved Ells-
worth and gave an intentional
walk to Phil Gagliano, loading the
bases, and McCarver followed with
his winning single.
Bob Gibson got credit for the
victory, a six-hitter. It evened his
record at 5-5. Ellsworth is 1-6.
Boston Wins Again
BOSTON-Earl Wilson blanked
the Minnesota Twins for eight
innings and survived a ninth-
inning uprising yesterday as the
Boston Red Sox won 7-2 for their
seventh victory in the last eight
Wilson, who had won five of
his last decisions, allowed only
one runner to reach third until
the ninth. He struck out nine and
walked only one. Jimmie Hall's
homer in the ninth, followed by
singles by Bob Allison, Bernie
Allen and pinch hitter Don Min-
cher gave the Twins their runs.
Rico Petrocelli gave Wilson all
the cushion he needed when he
led off the first with his eighth
homer. The Red Sox shelled Min-
nesota ace Mudcat Grant with a
four-run second and Wilson was
in command the rest of the way.
Zoilo Versalles started the game
with a double, but Wilson retired
the next 14 batters in order before
Allen beat out an infield hit with
two gone in the fifth.
Pirates Down Astros
HOUSTON - Manny Mota's
home run in the third inning and
Pete Mikkelsen's tight relief
pitching carried Pittsburgh to a
3-2 victory over Houston last
The Pirates struck for single
runs in each of the first three
innings against Astros'rstarter
Dick Farrell. Houston got one
back in the third and then knock-
ed out Steve Blass in the eighth
but the rally was cut short by
Gene Alley's double, a single by
Mota and Willie Stargell's sacri-
fice fly gave the Pirates their first
run. In the second inning, Bob
Bailey doubled and came all the
way home on Joe Morgan's throw-
ing error. Mota's homer made it
3-0 in the third.
Singles by Sonny Jackson, Jim
Gentile and Rusty Staub gave the
Astros their first run in the third.
Then Houston knocked Blass out
when Gentile opened the eighth
with a triple. Mikkelsen came on
and gave a run-scoring double to
pinch hitter Lee Maye but got
out of a bases-loaded jam by get-
ting Felix Mantilla on a double
By The Associated Press
OAKLAND, Calif. - The Oak-
land Raiders of the American
Football League said last night
they had signed Roman Gabriel,
a quarterback for the Los Angeles
Rams of the rival National Foot-
ball League, to a 1967 contract. -
The announcement further es-
calated the war between the two
leagues, coming just days after
reports that AFL teams were try-
ing to raid NFL clubs in retalia-
tion for the signing of Pete Gogo-
lak by the NFL's New York Giants.
If the Raiders get Gabriel, he
will be the first NFL star to be
lured away by the younger league
in the current battle.
T h e Raiders' announcement
followed by hours the Rams' an-
nouncement that Gabriel had
signed with them for 1966.
"We negotiated the agreement
in good faith and consider it
binding," said a spokesman.
Gabriel's signing followed re-
ports last week that AFL clubs
had talked with four members of
the Giants-running backs Tucker
Frederickson and Steve Thurlow,
receiver Bobby Crespino and cen-
ter Greg Larson-and had been in
contact with several members of
the Detroit Lions.
The Lions reportedly contacted
were tackle Alex Karras, lineback-
er Wayne Walker, receiver Gail
Cogdill and tackle John Gordy.
The furor seemed to die down,
however, when the Lions signed
Karras to a seven-year contract
after he said he had rejected an
offer from Miami of the AFL.
ball War Escalates
Gordy, however, reportedly was in
touch with officials of the Miami
club recently and still had not
signed his contract with the ions.
Hull Named MVP
MONTREAL-Bobby Hull, Chi-
cago's Golden Jet who smashed
Rocket Richard's one-season goal
scoring record, was named winner
yesterday of the Hart Memorial
Trophy as the National Hockey
League's Most Valuable Player for
the second straight year.
Hull collected 145 points in the
voting by hockey writers and
broadcasters in the league's six
cities. Jean Beliveau of the Mon-
treal Canadiens was second with
59 points, followed by Gordie
Howe, Detroit's veteran right
winger, with 24 points.
Hull, who scored 54 goals and a
record-breaking 97. points last
season, is the first player to win
two straight Hart trophies since
Howe did it in 1956-57 and
The Black Hawks' left-winger
polled 79 points in the voting for
the first half of the season and
66 in the second half. Beliveau
was a close second in the second
htalf with 56 points.
Hull will receive $1000, plus $500
for leading the voting in each
half of the campaign.
Glen Hall, Chicago's veteran
goalie, was fourth in the balloting
with 21 points. Norm Ullman, De-
troit center, was fifth with 14.
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Netters Name Stewart Captain
Jerry Stewart was elected captain of the 1967 Michigan tennis
squad by his teammates yesterday. Stewart, a junior from Day-
tona Beach, Fla., won the Big Ten number four singles crown as
a sophomore and this year teamed with Karl Hedrick to take the
number one doubles title. He was also runner-up at the second
singles spot in this year's tourney.
Boston 7, Minnesota 2
Baltimore 7, Chicago 1
Cleveland 8, Detroit 4
Only games scheduled
Minnesota at Cleveland (n)
CallIornia at Detroit (n)
Chicago at New York (n)
Baltimore at Kansas City (n)
Boston at Washington (n)
San Francisco 1, Philadelphia 0 (14
St. Louis 3, Chicago 2
Pittsburgh 3, Houston 2
Only games scheduled
Philadelphia at San Francisco (n)
New York at Los Angeles (n)
Pittsburgh at Houston (n)
Cincinnati at St. Louis (n)
Atlanta at Chicago (n)
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