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Friday, July 13, 1973

THE SUMMER DAILY

Poge Eleven

FriayJuy 1, 973TH SUMERDALY ag Elve

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Sports of The Daily

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Dwight Stones raise
in triumph after setting
high jump record of'
inches Wednesday.
UCLA dropout, was
medal winner in last ye
pies held in the sam
Stadium in which hes
tounding record. Ston
that he doesn't have m
standing up straight a
fast but claims he can
jump. Ile proved that "

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of the National Football League
s his fists moved yesterday to bolster their
a world's defensive line by acquiring tackle
7 feet 6 John Small from Atlanta as com-
Stones, a pensation for the Falcons' sign-
a bronze ing of ex-Lion guard Frank Gal-
ar's Olym- lagher.
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TEL AVIV {P) - The United
States, after yesterday's first
final in the ninth Maccabiah
Games, maintained its big lead
over Israel in the overall medal
race.
The U.S., which moved ahead
of the host Israelis after making
a big splash in Wednesday's
swimming competition, picked up
a silver medal in the Olympic
air rifle event while Israel cap-
tured the gold and bronze.
Robert Holzman of Scottsdale,
Ariz., finished second to Henry
Herschkovici who scored 371 out
of a possible 400 points.
The two medals gave Israel a
total of 26, including 10 first
d placetmedals. Holzman's silver
was the 36th for the U.S. after
early going in the third day of
competition at the Jewish Olym-
N pis
Te 9th
Macca biah
Two more Maccabiah records-
. " -including another belonging to
Mark Spitz-were broken in
ocX morning heats. In the men's
400-meter freestyle; Sweden's
Bernt Zarnowiecki knocked al-
most two seconds off Spitz' 1965
n mark with a clocking of four
minutes, 22.2 seconds.
Sam Franklin of Tustin, Calif.,
T established a new Games' stan-
dard in one heat of the 100-meter
backstroke, swimming the dis-
tance in 1:03.5.

Small, a 6-foot-4, 257-pounder,
was Atlanta's No. 1 draft choice
in 1970 after being a collegiate
star at The Citadel. Small was a
starting defensive tackle for the
Falcons before a knee injury in
the second exhibition game last
year sidelined him. le played
the last nine games of the year.
THE LIONS have little experi-
ence at their defensive tackle po-
sition. Among the candidates for
the two starting jobs are third-
year man Bob Bell, second-year
regular Larry Woods, and rookie
Ernie Price of Texas A&I, De-
troit's No. 1 draft choice.
Defensive end Larry Hand,
the Lions most valuable player
on defense last year and a vet-
eran of eight years in the NFL,
is the team's only holdout.
GALLAGHER, 30, was a sub-
stitute last year after three years
as a starter at right guard. The
6-2. 245-pounder from North
Carolina was signed as a free
agent in 1967.
Small, 26, was cocaptain of the
East - West Shrine game and
Senior Bowl game in 1970. With
Atlanta he blocked punts on con-
secutive weekends in 1971 against
Detroit and St. Louis, and each
time the Falcons returned them
for touchdowns.
Louie strides on
BOSTON - Luis Aparicio is
hesitant to single out any one of
his career times at bat.
"I know there a lot of 0-for
4's in there," said the little Bos-
ton Red Sox shortstop.
Last night was a momentous
occasion for the 39-year-old Vene-
zuelan, who is in his 18th major
league baseball season.
In the opening inning of the
game against the Texas Rangers
Aparicio became the eighth play-
er in mujor league baseball his-
tory to record 10,000 official at
bats. He received a standing ov-
ation from the Boston fans, then
reached the milestone by singling
up the middle off Ranger teen-
ager David Clyde.
THE OTHERS who achieved
10,000 are Ty Cobb Stan Musial,
flank Aaron, Willie Mays, Honus
Wagner, Tris Speaker and Rab-
bit Maranville.
Aparicio moved to within one
at bat Tuesday night with four
trips against Minnesota, driving
in the winning run with a single
in the third inning. Ile did not
playhduring the Red Sox game
, against Minnesota Wednesday.
"No, I have no limit when I
will quit," said Aptricio. "I'll
play just as long as I can help
the team. I should knowc better
than anyone else. Heck. I don't
want to embarrass myself or
anyone on the team. I'll know
when it's time."
APARICIO'S play at short was
one of the many reasons the Red
Sox were in a contending posi-
tion in the American League
East action. They returned yes-
terday from a highly successful
road trip.
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