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Page Twelve

THE SUMMER DAILY

Wednesday, July 25, 1973

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From, Wire Servce lReports,
KANSAS CITY - The National League All-Stars thoroughly
crushed the vaunted American League pitching staff wvinning the
44th annual All-Star Classic 7-1 last night.
Johnny Bench, Bobby Bonds, and Willie Davis all pounded homers
off California pitchers to lead the senior circuit to its 25th svin
overall and tenth out of the last 11 games.-
Bench led off the fourth with
a solo ohot dowo the left field frame with Chicago's Ron Santo
hone off Angel hurter Bitt Singer, ahoard.
giving the Nationals a 3-1 lead.
Bonds, voted the game's most The Americans scorud their
valuahle player, followed with a lone run oft starter Rick Wise
two-out, two-ron hlast 390 feet of St. Louis in the second inning.
to left in the fifth off Singer after 'Oakland's Reggie Jackson dou-
Cincinnati's" Joe Morgan had hled off the center field wall and
douhled. The Giant star also dou- Kansas City's Amos Otis scored
hled in the seventh, him with a single.
Davis, having an outstanding But the senior circuit counter-
year for Los Angeles, lifted a ed in the third with two runs'
Nolan Ryan fast halt over the off loser Bert Blylevan of the
right field fence in the sixth =Twins and never were headed.

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A-40,849.

After Darrelly Evans of Atlanta
walked, a force play, and a walk
to Morgan, Bouston's Cesar Ce-
dens and Atlanta's Benry "Mr.
700" Aaron each produced run
scoring singles.
A record 40,849,, the largest
crowd in Royal history, sat in
silence most of the contest us
the fine NL pitching held the
American League hats in check.
One casulalty in the game to re-
port. Jim Bunter, the AL starter,
had to leave in the second inning.
after heing hit on the pitching
hand hy a Billy Williams liner.
Manager Dick Williams, taking
no chances with his Oakland ate,
took Bunter out immediately.

GIANT OUTFIELDER BOBBY BONDS, voted MJVP tar last night's All-Star Game is congratulated hy
a pair of Cincinnati Reds, Johnny Bench and Joe Morgan to he exact, after clouting a long shot in the
fifth inning. Bench also humored in the 7-1 victory.-

AP Photo
CHICAGO THIRD SACKER RON SANTO takes an unexpected rest after looking at an errant Nolan Ryan fast ball in last night's National
League All-Star win. Yankee backstop Thurman Munson is the gopher in sixth inning attlon.

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