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P"aDge Twelve

THE SUMMER DAILY

Saturday, July 21, 1973

FREGOSI PACES TAILENDERS
Rangers shame Tigers, 8-6

SSports of The Daily

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Yankee wood splinters Wilbur
From Wire Service Reports

Money talks
QUEBEC - Rejean Houle, a young forward who helped the
Montreal Canadiens win the National Hockey League's Stanley
Cup last season, signed a three-year contract yesterday with the
World Hockey Association.
Announcement that the 23-year-old right winger will play next
season in the WHA came one week after Nordiques General Man-
ager Jacques Plante was qu'oted as saying Quebec would not
pursue the Houle issue any farther. However, at a news confer-
ence called to announce the signing, Plante said what he had
actually said was that the Nordiques had made their final offer
to the Rouyn, Que., native.
Society page
ATLANTA - Atlanta Brave's star Henry Aaron plans to
marry a local television personality probably in November, ac-
cording to published reports.
The Atlanta Constitution said in yesterday's editions that
Aaron is engaged to Mrs. Billye Williams, a widow and a featured
interviewer on WSB-TV.
Aaron has been divorced from his first wife for more than a
year.

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ARLINGTON - The T e x a s
Rangers lashed six consecutive
hits in a six-run first inning, in-
cluding a two-run double by Jim
Mason and a two-ron single by
Ken Suarez, then held off a be-
lated surge to embrass the De-
, troit Tigers 8-6 last night.
After one out, Larry Biitner
started the Ranger explosion with
a walk. First haseman Jim Spen-
cer celebrated his nomination to
the American League All-Star
team with a single. Then Alex
Johnson, Jim Fregosi and Rich
Billings followed with singles,
Mason cracked a double and
Suarez singled before demoted
Woody Fryman could put out the
fire.
Jim Perry, 9-10, after a 6-2
start for the baseball season,
was the victim of the Ranger out-
burst-the most runs scored in
one inning against Detroit this
season.
The Rangers added single runs
in the fourth and seventh, with
Spencer driving in one and Fre-
gosi, with his third hit of the
game, driving in the other.

Summer Daily
Sports'

Yankees stomp
NEW YORK-The New York
Yankees routed Wilbur Wood and
the Chicago White Sox twice last
night, scoring eight runs in the
first inning of the opener en
route to a 12-2 romp and then
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riding Roy White's fifth-inning
grand slam to a 7-0 victory in
the second game of the twi-
night doubleheader.
The nightcap was halted by
rain with the Yankees at bat an
the sixth innin.

Wood, who faced only six bat-
ters in the first game, was
starting both ends of a double-
header for the first time this
year. However, on May 28 he
went five- innings in completing
a suspended game against Cleve-
land and then hurled a four-hit
shutout in the regular game.
Wood, who had beaten the
Yankees eight straight times, all
complete games, struck out lead-
off man Horace Clarke in the
first inning of the opener, but
Ed Herrmann's passed ball al-
lowed him to reach first. After
Clarke stole second and Matty
Alou walked, White delivered a
two-ron double.
Bobby Murcer added en RBI
sinvie, Thormen Munson dou-
bled and Grain Nettles' two-run
single chased Wood. Eddie Fisher
gave un a single to Feline Alou
and a two-rin doable to Celerino
Sanchez before getting the first
ont. Matty Alot drove in the.
find ron of the Y nknes' bigest
inning of the baseball season
with a single.
Woof], 18-14, retired the Yankees
in order over the first three in-
ninfs of the nightcap before a
pair of errors led to two un-
earned runs.
The Yanks lr'ird the basks
in the fifth an 'eli e Ala's sn-
gle, Gene Michael's double and
a hit batsman. An infield hit by
Matty Alou made it 3-0 befae
White chased Wood with his
11th homer and second grand
slaim of the year.
Sam McDowell, 5-1, nit-het a
two-hitter for New York, a'riki'
out eight.
Bosox roll
BOSTON --- home rns in the
first two innings by To!n Itr-
per and Carlton Fisk backed he
fire-hit pitching of John Co'rtis
in leading the Boston Red Sax
to a 5-0 victory over the Minne-
sota Twins last night.
Harper's home run off Bert
Blyleven, 12-9, was his eighth of
the season and give the Red Sox
a s-e lead in the first inning.
Fisk's 18th of the season hit the
light standard in left field one
inning later.

WILBUR WOOD HAD the honor of pitching both ends of last night's Bronx twinbill. Unfortunately, the White Sox ace had no idea his
opposition would take the form of a gang of woodpeckers in pinstripes. One of New York's leading peckers, Thurman Munson, tallies
one of the Yanks' dozen runs in the opener en route to a 12-2 laugher. Woeful Wilbur couldn't retire anybody, but did whiff Horace
Clarke who reached on a passed ball.

AARON BELTS 699
Giants skin Cubbies

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - Bobby Bonds doubled twice and
scored each time on singles by Garry Maddox,
helping Juan Marichal and the San Francisco
Giants to a 5-4 victory over the Chicago Cubs yes-
terday.
Bonds opened the game with a double, trigger-
ing a three-run first inning that saw Maddox and
Gary Matthews both drive in runs and another
score on an error.
Bonds doubled with one out in the fifth and again
scored on a single by Maddox off Cub starter Rick
Reuschel, 10-7.
Marichal, after working out of a first-inning jam
in which Chicago scored one run, held the Cubs
scoreless until Billy Williams hit a two-run homer,
his 12th of the baseball season, in the eighth inn-
ing.
The victory was Marichal's eighth in 13 deci-
sions this year and the 235th of his major league
career, tops among active pitchers and one more
than Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals. The
triumph also boosted his lifetime record against
the Cubs to 23-8.

Hank: 700-1
ATLANTA - Willie Montanez' two-run pop fly
single highlighted a three-run second inning as the
Philadelphia Phillies trimmed the Atlanta Braves
6-4 despite Hank Aaron's 699th lifetime home run.
Aaron's 26th homer of the baseball season was
a three-run blast into the left field seats off Wayne
Twitchell in the seventh inning.
TWITCHELL, 8-3, was working on a one-hit
shutout until Marty Perez and Darrell Evans sin-
gled with one ouf in the seventh before Aaron un-
loaded on the first pitch with the blowthat left him
only 15 homers away from Babe Ruth's record 714.
One out later, Dave Johnson belted his 22nd
homer, cutting the lead-to 5-4 and chasing Twit-
chell.
Mets mired
HOUSTON - Doug Rader pounded a pair of
home runs and Cesar Cedeno also hit one, power-
ing the Houston Astros to a 6-2 victory over the
New York Mets last night.

Major League Standings
AMERICANLEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
East East
W L Pet. GB W L Pet. GB
New York 56043 .566 - Chicago 51 44 .537 -
Baltimore 49 40 .551 2 St. Louis 49 44 .527 1
Boston 51 43 .543 2 Montreal 44 49 .473 (
D~etroit 40 40 .516 5 Pittsburgh } 43 40 .472 6
Milwaukee 47 40 .505 6 Philadelphia 43 51 .450 t7y
Cleveland 35 .60 .368 19 New York 40 51 .440 9
West west
Oakland 53 42 .558 - Los Angeles 62 35 .639 -
Kansas City 52 46 .531 2% Cincinnati 55 42 .567 7
Minnesota 41 46 .511 41.2 San Francisco 54 43 .557 8
California 47 40 .505 Houston 52 41 .520 11%
Chieago 41 41 .500 51/2, Atlanta 45 54 .45 18
Texas 32 61 .343 20 san Diego 33 62 .348 an
Last Night's Results Yesterday's Results
New York 12, Chicago 2 (1st) San Francisco 5, Chicago 4
New York 7, Chicago 0 2nd) 6 inn., rain Pittsburgh 5, San Diego 4 (1st)
Boston 5, Minnesota 0 - San Diego at Pittsburgh (2nd), inc.
Texas I, Detroit 6 Philadelphia 6, Atlanta 4
Milwaukee at Kansas City, inc. Cincinnati 4, Montreal 0
Cleveland at Oakland, inc. Houston 6, New York 2
Baltimore at California, Inc. Los Angeles at St. Louis, inc.
Today's Games Today's Games
Chicago (Bahnsen 12-9) at New San Diego (Arlin 6-6) at Pittsburgh
York (Peterson 7-10) (Briles 8-I)
Minnesota (Woodson 9-4) at Bos- San Francisco (Barr 7-9) at Chicago
ton (Pattin 9-12) (Pappas 5-8)
Cleveland (Wilcox 6-5) at Oakland Philadelphia (Brett 9-3) at Atlanta)
(Blue 7-5) Schueler 5-4), twilight
Detroit (Lolich 9-9) at Texas (Clyde Montreal (Renko 9-5) at Cincin-
1-3), night nati (McGlothlin 3-3), night
Milwaukee (Slaton' 7-7) at Kansas New York (Koosman 7-9) at Hous-
City (Wright 5-4), night ton (Fors ch 8-), night
altimore (McNaly 8-1) nt Cali- Los Angeles (Sutton 12-5) at St.
forni (Wight 1-12), night Louis (Gibson 9-9), night

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