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Page Twelve

THE SUMMER DAILY

Wednesday, May 30, 1973

Page Twelve THE SUMMER DAILY Wednesday, May 30, 1973

hird '500'attempt
INDIANAPOLIS-For a record second"
in two days, the running of the oldest andr
richest auto race had to be postponed co d ra k
yesterday when officials pronounced the
Jamed track unsafe for high speeds. S1 million classic underway will be made Thirty-one of the 32 remaining carsi
at 10 a.m. EDT today. the starting field managed to get in
CHIEF STEWARD Harlan Fengler, Meteorologists did leave some hope that parade and pace lap yesterday before th
probably the busiest man at the ancient the record downfalls would abate enough rain returned.
race course he has ruled for 16 years, an- to allow the 57th running of the auto ONE OF THE original starting fieldc
nounced that the third attempt to get the classic. 33-David "Salt" Walther's No. 77--wa

in
a
'e
of
as

today
the race, hoping conditions would improve.
They didn't.
Yesterday's rain delay wasn't bad for
everyone.
A brake hose on John Martin's McLaren
had been seared in the Monday wreck and
gave out on the parade lap yesterday.
MARTIN HAD TO GO into the pits and
would have missed the start of the race.
The repair was made with the help of
pole-sitter Johnny Rutherford's chief
mechanic, Hughie Absalom, and some
USAC officials, who helped Martin's crew
get a new hose.
Martin was asked if the delays made
him edgy. His reply apparently expressed
the sentiment of most of the drivers, some
of whom sailed a Frisbee in the pit area
or napped during the long wait.
"I don't get nervous," Martin said. "I
just get sleepy."

Summer Dail
Sports-

missing from the lineup then. It was the
only car damaged seriously enough in
Monday's multiple-car wreck to be miss-
ing yesterday. Walther was seriously in-
jured in the accident-a scant nine seconds
after the false start of the race.
Speedway .officials and drivers were
apologetic in their remarks about the
second washout.
Chief Steward Harlan Fengler told ,the
second-day crowd of more than 175,000
that he waited for 434 hours before calling

BOSOX: 2, ANGELS: 1
Yankees smite A's,

7-1

Rain brings Tigers,
Chisox to standstill

From wire Service Reports
NEW YORK-The New York
Yankees pulled in the fences in
the House That Ruth Built last
night and parked four shots into
the seats to swamp the Oakland
Athletics and Catfish Hunter 7-1.
The erstwhile Bronx Bombers
did it all in two innings, scoring
two in the second and five in the
third. The happy-go-lucky Hunter
turned into a frowning hurler as
he saw his 27 inning scoreless
streak disappear when Graig
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Nettles socked the first of his two
home runs after Ron Blomberg
had singled.
But it was in the third that the
1973 model Yanks began to take
on the appearance of Murder's
Row and the McCarthy Yankees.
Bobby Murcer and Roy White
plastered Hunter offerings and
when reliever Paul Lindblad took
over for the departingtCatfish,
Nettles greeted him to the ways
of Yankee Stadium with a four
bagger, the third of the inning.
Doing the Cha-Cha
BOSTON - Boston's Orlando
Cepeda, apparently unimpressed
with the blazing fastball of Nolan
Ryan,,slammed a two-run homer
off the heretofore awesome Cali-
fornian, en route to the ited Sox'

Leading te paCK
No, it's not the Pied Piper leading the children of some quaint town away from its elders, but Jin
Ryun attracting a New York crowd while jogging in the park. Jim's groupie contingent can catch him
professionally in the Pro Track tour where he is currently dominating the mile run event.
----- -RUNFIR C----R
4 RUN FIRST CRUCIAL:

2-1 victory over the Angels last
night.
Cepeda, former San Francisco
great and now one of the Junior
Circuits' premier DH's, spurned
the Fenway Park's highly invit-
ing Green Monster in left, pound-
ing his seventh round-tripper of
the campaign into the bullpen in
deep right center.
Bosox hurler Bill Lee's lead
proved almost as fragile as Ce-
peda's legs, however, and was in
-and out of jams all night. After
scoring in the first on three of
the team's eleven hits, the Angels
threatened again in the sixth,
only to be thwarted by the flaw-
less fielding of Reggie "The
Rifle" Smith.
Smith provided a rare glimpse
of his legendary throwing arm,
when he nipped Ken Berry at
the plate to end the rally. Bob
Bolin pulled Lee out of a similar
bind in the eighth and saved the
victory.
a for Leeovie
American League
East
w L Pet. GB
Detroit 24 20 .545 -
Baltimore 19C20.407 C',
Boston 19 22 .4 3
Cleveland 20 25 .444 4V
Milwaukee 19 24 .442 4!t
West
Chicago 20 14 .650 -
California 23 19 .548 4
Minnesota 23 19 .548 4
Kansas City 26 22 .542 4
Oakland C3 C3 .5006
Texas 13 2l8Ci317-'M
Yesterday's Results
New York 7, Oakland 1
Boston C, California 1
Cleveland 9, Texas 7
Baltimore 3, Kansas City 2
Minnesota i, Milwaukee0
Detroit at Chicago, postponed
National League
East
Chicago n1 is .oo -
New York 20 21 .488 5%
Pittsburgh 05 CO .407 5f
Montreal 10 21 .462 6Y2
Philadelphia 19 25 .432 8
St. Louis n8 24 .429
West"
San Francisco 31 i9 .020 -
Los Angeles Cl819.196 1K
Houston 28 21 .571 2,4
Cincinnati CO 20 .565 3
Atlanta i1728 .370 I1s
San Diego 16 32 .33 14
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 7, Bouston n1
Pittsburgh 6, Atlanta 1
St. Louis 2, Cincinnati 0
Philadelphia at Los Angeles
New York at San Francisco
Other clubs not scheduledi

Cubbies plaster Lips Astros

From wire Service Reports
CHICAGO - The frigid breezes that blew
in from Lake Michigan yesterday did not
douse the fires of rage that the Chicago Cubs
hold for ex-pilot Leo Durocher as the Bruins
smashed The Lip's Houston Astros, 7-1.,
The Cubbies went to work early, dismantl-
ing Astro hurler Jerry Reuss, now 6-2 on the
year, with four markers in the very first
frame.
Reuss' quick exit to the showers was abet-
ted by his frequent wildness as he issued
three free passes to the first four Cub swing-
ers. Jose Cardinal and Randy IHundley pun-
ished the left-hander for his carelessness
each stroking a two-run single.
The Cubs' Rich Reuschel, .on the other
hand, proved much more adept at pitching
out of trouble than his Astro counterparts.
Although the Houston club loaded the bases
twice in the first stanza, the Texans could

manage to push across only one tally.
The Cubs, some -of whom bitterly resent
Leo Durocher, were apparently gunning for
their ex-mentor. Not content with a 4-1 lead,
the Cubs smashed Reuss' successors with
ease. Three more Cub runs came across the
plate, including a two-out home run in the
fourth by Rick Monday.
Pirates ramble
PITTSBURGH-Luke Walker and Jim
Rooker scattered seven hits and Willie Star-
gell's 13th home run of the season helped the
Pittsburgh Pirates to a 6-1 victory over the
Atlanta Braves last night.
Pittsburgh tagged loser Carl Morton, 4-4,
for an unearned run in the second and added
two more runs in the third on a pair of walks,
a run-scoring single by Stargell and an
infield out that produced another run.

Morton yielded two more runs in the
fourth, one scored on Walker's bunt single,
and Stargell gave the Pirates a 6-0 lead in
the fifth when he tagged Morton for a solo
home run to dead center.
Walker, who pitched seven full innings
before tiring, allowed five hits and surren-
dered the first Atlanta run in the sixth on
Ralph Garr's triple and a single by Darrell
Evans.
Walker worked the first seven innings and
Rooker allowed two leadoff singles in the
eighth, but he retired the next three Braves
in order and held Atlanta scoreless the rest
of the way.
Cards roll
ST. LOUIS - Right-handers Scipio Spinks
and Diego Segui combined for a five-hitter,
pitching the St. Louis Cardinals to a 2-0 vic-
tory last night over the Cincinnati Reds.

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