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Tuesday, June >, 1972


Page Eleven

Tueda, un 6 172TH MCHGA DIL PgeElve

Birds, ribe continue
By The Associated Press snapped the
H- m=BALTIMORE - Bob Darwin, at four game
who singled to launch a two-run Minnesota's
Minnesota rally in the fourth in-


ning, doubled home the tie-
breaking run in the sixth as the
Twins edged the slumping Balti-
more Orioles 3-2 last night.
Magic number: 111
The winning hit scored Har-
mon Killebrew, who had reached
second when Dave Johnson field-
ed his leadoff infield hit. and
threw wildly past first base. It

loser Dave M
on singles by I
Brye and a t
Eric Soderholr
The Orioles,
in a row and
seven games,
hits off Dick
reliever Wayn
Monday morn
tice which I
double header

Wolverines lan
with District al

losing act
wins' losing streak Indians nipped
other runs off CLEVELAND - Bert Campa-
cNally, 5-5, came neris slammed a two-out home
Darwin and Steven run in the 10th inning last night
wo-run double by to lead Oakland and John'"Blue
n. Moon" Odom .to a 3-2 victory
who have lost four over the Cleveland Indians and
six of their last Gaylord Perry.
managed just five Campaneris' third -homer of
Woodson, 4-3, and the season off Cleveland starter
e Granger after a Perry, 9-4, saddled the Indians
ing batting prac- with their 10th loss in 11 games
followed Sunday's and extended Oakland's lead
r shutout loss to over Chicago in the American
League West to four games.
The A's jumped to a 2-0 lead
tm o in the third inning as pitcher
ciOdom singled and, two outa
later, Reggie Jarkon clubbed
his 11th home run of the year,
tops in the American League,
over the center field fence.
Odom checked the Indians on
just three hits until the seventh
allace, Minnesota, inning, when Alex Johnson led
Tom Shipley, Wis- off with a double down the left
stop; John Pilew- field line and scored two outs
third base; Fred later on Graig Nettles' single
to center.
onsin, left field; t etr
Michigan, center- Cleveland tied it in the
eighth on Eddie Leon's lead-off
Mims, Ohio, right homer, his third of the -season,
Swisher 0 h i, Odom, 3-1, was relieved by
e Hasbach, Miami, Darold Knowles, who got the
Sill Heckroth, Iowa, final out of the game by getting
pinch-hitter Roy Foster on a
pop-up. For Perry, the major
he district include league's winningest pitcher, it
ois, Michigan, Min- was his eighth consecutive com-
nsin and Ohio. plete game.

COLUMBUS; Ohio (AP) - Mich-
igan S t a t e yesterday placed
three players on the first team
of the NCAA District 4 all-star
baseball squad selected by coach-
es from the six-state area.
Michigan and Southern Illinois
had two players each on the
first team.
Named from Michigan State
were Shaun Howitt, left field;
Ron Pruitt, catcher, and Larry
Ike, pitcher.
Michigan p 1 a c e d shortstop
Mark Crane and pitcher Mickey
Elwood while Southern Illinois
had centerfielder Joe Wallis and
first baseman Dan Thomas.
Others named to the first
team were: Gary Cooper, Miami,
second base; Ed Grzelakowski,
Northwestern, third base, and
Larry Schutzius, Ohio Univer-
sity, right field.
SECOND TEAM members in-
cluded: Tom Hurn, Ohio, first

base; Jim W
second base;
consin, short;
ski, Toledo,
Spytek, Wisc
Leon Roberts,
field; Fred r
field; Steven
catcher; Dav
pitcher, and B
States in t
Indiana, Illin
nesota, Wisco


MINNESOTA'S ERIC SOLDERHOLM (right) has no where to
go as he is the unfortunate victim of one of baseball's cruelest
tortures, the rundown between third and short. But in the end,
it was the Orioles who had no where to go but to defeat as the
Twins nipped the anemic Birds 3-2.

NHLs ba ies to draft
MONTREAL ()-Several sur- as the Kings' next coach, and goalie. Each club may a
prise names were available to Barry Howell. player to its protected list
the New York Islanders and At- Also available were Califor- ever it loses one.
lanta Flames in today's National nia's Wayne Carleton, G 1 e n Montreal was exempt fron
Hockey League expansion draft. Sather of New York, Eddie ing a goalie because the
General Managers Bill Torrey Shack and Ken Schinkel of Pitts- diens had given one up ii
of the Islanders and Cliff Fletch- burgh, Bill MacMillan of To- 1470 ,i r,,ft to

- Professional League Standings
American League National League
East East
W L Pct. GB W L Pet. GB
Detroit 14 07 .585 - New York 31 13 .705 -
Baltimore 21 21500 3 1/Pittsburgh 2 56 .618 3/
Cleveland 20 20 .500 3/ Chicago 24 18 .571 6
Boston 17 22i.436 Montreal 19 24 .44211%'.
New York 18 24 479 n61, t.Louis 17 21 31114
Milwaukee 15 23 .395 7 Philadelphia 16 28 .364 15
Oakland 29193.600 - West
linnesota 24 16 .600 4 Los Angeles 28 18 .609 -
Chicago 25 17 .595 4 Cincinnati 27 18 .6001/
Calieornia 20 14 .. 4i 0 Houston 26 19 .578 1%
Texasr 5 2 .409 11 Atianta 20 13.465 6%
Kansas City 17 15 :405 12 San Diego 16 19 .356 11%
Yesterday's Results San Feancisco 17 34 .333 13/
Minnesota 3, Blimore 2 Yesterday's Results
Oakland 3, Cleveland 2, 10 innings Pittsburgh at San Diego, postponed
Other clubs nta seeduled Other clubs not scheduled -
Today's Games
Milwaukee (Brett, 2-5) at Kansas City Today's Games
Murphy, 1-1), night Atlanta (Reed, 3-6) at Montreal (Mc-
New York (Peterson, 3-7) at Texas Anally, 1-5), night
Bosman, 3-5), night Cincinnati (Nolan, 7-1) at New York
California (wright, 4-2 and Rose, 1-0) McAndrew, 4-1), night
at Detroit (Lolich, 8-3 and- Coleman, Houston (Roberts, 3-3) at Philadelphia
7-4), 2, twi-night (Fryman, 1-3), night
Oakland (Blue, 0-2 at Cleveland (Col- Chicago (Hands, 4-i) at Los Angeles
bert, 0-3), night Downing, 2-2), night
Minnesota (Woodson, 3-3) at Baltimore Pittsburgh (Moose, 3-2) at San Diego
(Palmer, 6-3), night (Kirby, 3-6), night
Boston (Siebert, 4-2) at Chicago (wood, St. Louis (wise, 4-5) at San Francisco
8-3), night (Stone, 3-4), night

dd a
m los-
n the

er of the Flames were supplied
with the protected lists of the
14 established NHL clubs last
evening, some 17 hours before
they were to make their selec-
Boston's Stanley Cup cham-
pions left three veterans, for-
wards Johnny McKenzie and Ed
Westfal and defenseman Ted
Green, up for grabs.
Chicago did not protect for-
wards Bryan Campbell, Andre
Lacroix, Lou Angotti and Eric
Nesterenko, and Los Angeles'
eligibles included veterans Bob
Pulford, mentioned prominently

ronto and Dale Hoganson of
In the goalie draft, the new
teams can pick from such fa-
miliar names as Denis DeJordy
and Phil Myre of Montreal,
Gerry Desjardins of Chicago and
Pittsburgh's Les Binkley.
Two promising young goalies,
Minnesota's Gilles Gilbert and
Dan Bouchard of Boston, were
also up for grabs with the North
Stars and Bruins electing to pro-
tect veterans instead.
According to the rules of the
draft, no team can lose more
than three players including a

iauexpansion ai, w o u
Vancouver and Buffalo. But Gen-
eral Manager Sam Pollack elect-
ed to forego that privilege, mak-
ing DeJordy and Myre available.

BATTING (90 at bats)-Pinieila, KC, hAT I OT G 100 a1 hoist -anu l1n,
333: .Allen, Chi, .331; Rudi, Oak, .329 F h . Au, SL, .:; Torre, StL,
PK1 Cl hi, .319; M4c i, Cl, 331. 11 Le SD, .126- Clemente, P'gt, .:21.
R N< --arpe, Bsn, 30; Tovar Min I UN 04ogan, Cin 44 Bonds, SF,
30; 'isniiIla, KC, 29; DAlira, Chi, 28 10 as His 4 l,, a, Cin, 3;
C.°&iy Clzi, MKn n6. i
y Ns 11S i.;TT -- IN-Kiaiain, SF, 38;
R NS ,71ATTEI TN-D.Alien, Chi, 37 , 35: 1 ,j . cin, 35, A.
I°. ac-s:s, ;ak, 28; Duncan, Oak, 27 1i, ' ih, : uoe, it', 31; ionds,
C. Slay, Chi, 25; iarwin, Min, 25. Si
HITS-l'irvllo, KC, 56; Rudi, Oak, 53 ' 0
Alomar, Cal, 511; D.Alen, Chi, 50; Ala- lac h, 5>,; A.'liver, Igh, .>,
5110, )', ' UIs- Agee, NY, 12 - Fuentes SF,
DOUBLES-Rudi, Oak, 11; 8-oair- 12; os, St, 12; Sjw r, SF. 12; 'M1l-
is, 10; R.Jackson, Oak, 10; s lied tanez, Phi, 11; Siangit, Pgh, 11; Mad-
Ailh 9. dox, SF, 11.
TRIPLES-McCraw, Cle, 4; Fisk, Bsn, TRIP ES-Stennett, Pgh, 4; Tolan,
3; Rudi, Oak, 3; 13 Tied with 2. Cin, 4; 11 Tied With 3.
ME RUNS-Duncan, UNSKingi, SF, 1;
1O , Oak, 10;- Cash, Det, ; Bench, Cin, 13; Stargell, gh, ; ol-
00ak h,1; Ha se, ,i 00117prt S,10; HAan All, 9;Wason,
D.Aen, Chi, ; Ha p, Isn, tl9) LMy,Htn 9.
B.C 'nr, Bi, . STOLEN BASES-Morgan, Cin, 19;
STOLEN BASES-D.Nelson, Tex, 18; Brock, StL, 16; Tolan, Cin, 14; Cedeno,
P.Kely, Chi, 12; Maddox, Tex, 11; Htn, 13; w.Davis, LA, 10; 1onds, SF,
McCraw, Cle, 9; Campaneris, Oak, 9. 10; Kingman, Si, 10.
PITCHING (4 Decisions)-Kaat, Min, PITCHING (4 Decisions)-Sutton, LA,
6-1, .857, 1.84 Lee, Bsn, 4-1, .800, 3.98 8-0, 1.000, 1.14 Marshall, Mor, 4-0, 1.000,
Fingers, Oak, 4-1, .800, 2.52 G.Perry, 2.57 Nolan, Cin, 7-1, .875, 2.34 J.Ray,
Cle, 9-3, 7.50, 1.75 Bradley, Chi, 6-2, Htn, 7-1, .875, 4.66 Matlack, NY, 6-1,
.750, Hunter, Oak, 6-2, ,750, 2.20 Kline, .857, 2.5 Blass, Pgh, 6-1, .857, 3.09 Seaver,
NY, 3-1, .750, 2.16 Burgmieer, KC, 3-1, NY, 8-2, .800, 2.95 Hands, Chi, 4-1, .800,
.750, .45. .40.

Would you buy a racket f rntlitis rnan?
Don't look now but you already have. We were going to run one of our patently witty and unusual
captions about the Vice President knocking the tennis ball in the back of some three year old child
eating a lollipop and causing a landslide in Nevada when it came to our attention that there is
really nothing witty about Spiro Agnew, his boss or his tennis game. Frankly Spiro would be better
off as a paratrooper.

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