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Page Eight


Saturday, June 5, 1971

Chisox trip Bengals; d
Resclobbers 0Cd

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-Carlos May drill-
ed three singles driving in three
runs and Chicago's Wilbur Wood
made them tand up last night
for a 3-2 victory aver the Detroit
Wood, 4-2, got off to a shaky
start but straightened out to
whip the Tigers and Mickey
Lolich, 8-5.
Ike Brown opened the game
with a home run off Wood and
Aurelio Rodriguez followed with
a triple. Rodriguez tried to score
when May fumbled the relay but
May recovered in time to throw
Rodriguez out at home.
On the play, Rodriguez was
spiked and had 13 stitches taken
on his right shin.
With the bases loaded and two
out in the first inning, May sin-
gird home two runs. Be also de-
livered an RBI single with two
out in the third.
The Tigers picked up an un-
earned run in the fifth when
Brown singled and took second
oh r h hrerbi pct.
Broek, StL. 212 49 78 z 17 .368
W. Davis,
LA 205 31 75 0 25 .366
x-Garr, Atl 722 39 80 5 16 .368
x-J. Alos, lHss 138 10 48 8 9 .348
Mays, SF 158 33 53 sz 34 .335
B. Alo,StL 206 22 68 1 28 .330
Stash, Mtl 158 29 51 4 19 .323
Stargell, Pit 158 29 49 17 46 .310
Pit 183 26 56 6 29 .306
Bonds, SF 282 46 68 12 30 _ 297
* H. Aaron, Atl 165 31 48 16 40 .291
Chi 112 11 34 4 15 .291
Rosse, Cin 196 21 56 4 9 .286
0. HBro,
SD 179 11 51 3 19 .285
B. Williass,
Chi 194 30 55 13 31 .284
C. Jones, NY 187 20 53 4 22 .283
s-Watson, Hou 170 18 48 3 15 .282
Agee, NY 169 20 46 6 20 .272
Phi 165 21 44 9 21 .267
StI, 194 26 49 6 31 .253
R. Allen, LA 161 24 40 5 28 .248
SF 122 18 30 3 22 .246
Gaston, SO 105 25 45 7 25 724 3
A. Oliver 165 12 39 0 11 .236
Wynn, Hou 120 9 28 2 14 .233
Chi 125 24 29 7 20 .232
s-Write-in candidate

on a passed ball. After Al Ks-
line walked with one out, Mike
Andrews drew an error on a
wild throw in an attempt to
double up Willie Horton and
Brown scored.
Reds romp
CINCINNATI-Infuriated by
losing a no-hit game the night
before, the Cincinnati Reds, be-
hind the three-hit pitching of
Ross Grimsley, exploded last
night, ripping the St. Louis Car-
dinals 12-0.
Cincinnati got three in the
first inning, another in the
third and chased Chris Zachary
in the fourth inning after he
gave up two more runs. Then
the Reds nailed reliever Chuck
Taylor for four more. The in-
ning was highlighted by a two-
run scoring triple by Bench, and
two-run homers by Perez and
Buddy Bradford.
Sox stomp Angels
BOSTON - The Boston Red
Sax sent 10 men to the plate in
a five-run fifth inning and went
on to crush the California An-
gels 10-1 last night with a 17-
hit assault.,
Starter Gary Peters doubled
home the first Boston run in the
second inning, and catcher
Duane Josephson's three - run
double put the Red Sax ahead
to stay in the third.
There were six singles in the
big fifth inning with Luis Apa-
ricio driving home two runs,
and Reggie Smith and Carl
Yastrzemski one each.
Royals rip Yanks
NEW YORK -- Paul Schaal
and C oaok i e Rojas crashed
homers in a three-run first in-
ning and Ken Wright and Tom
Burgmeier combined on a four-
hitter, leading the Kansas City
Royals to a 6-2 triumph over
the New York Yankees.
It was the Royals' fifth
straight victory.
Schaal r ip p ed a one-out
homer off loser Fritz Peterson,
5-5, and Rojas drilled a two-run
shot behind Amos Otis' single
to give Writer a 3-0 cushion.

Wright, 2-2, overpowered the
Yankees before being forced out
of the game in the sixth toning
with a blister and torn finger
nail on hte pitching hand
He allowed Just two hit"
struck out eight and retired 16
straight batters in one stretch
Burgmeier- allowed only twoU
hits the rest of the way
Cubs crush Brayes
ATLANTA - J o e Pepitone"
singles and right-hander Fegie
Jenkins hurled a three-hitter for 3' w,
his 100th career victory last
night as the Chicago Cubs-
stretched their winning streak to..
four games by trouncing the.", '
Atlanta Braves, 11-. 5.. ".
Jenkins, 9-5, retired 14 batters
in a rosy after onny Jack.son
opened the Braves' first wth a r;.,
bunt single that died on the
third base foul line. '.*
Jenkins also gave up a pair of h
singles by Bob Didier in the Ascae rs
fifth and eighth. MILWAUKEES DAVE MAY 1is forced at second base by Balti
Pepitone cracked his fifth more shortstop Mark Belanger 10 last nights game between the
homer of the year over the right Brwran thOrllsBanrsdobeayteptfid
field fence in the sixths off Tom Brwranth rolsBeag'sduepyatmtfie,
Kelley, the third A t I a n t a however, as he threw too late to first base to catch Ted Kubik
piteher. The Birds trimmed the Brewers21.1
Illegal contracts stir AL probe
CLEVELAND (A)t - Baseball Kuhn could wipe out the bonus The rule also states, "th
Commissioner Bowie Kuhn is plans, let stand the base salary making of any agreement be
investigating reports that at agreements, and fine the ball tween a club ad a player no
least three players of the Cleve- club a minimum of $0,000. embodied in the contract shal
land Indians were signed to per- The rule involved states. 'No subject both parties to desci
formance bonus contracts this contract shall be approved by line; and no such agreement
year, which is illegal by league the president of the league that whether written or verbal, shal
rules, shall provide for ttr'e giving of a be recognized or enforced."
Pitcher Sam McDowell, third bonus for playing, pitching, or McDowell, with a 5-5 record
baseman Graig Nettles and first batting skills; or which provides is believed to be working unde
baseman-outfielder Ken arrel- for the payment of a bonus cn- a contract calling for a basis
son are believed to be the play- tingent on the standing of the slary of $72,000, with a ;jum
era involved, club at the end of the champion- to $80,000 if he wins 25 games
A spokesman for the commis- ship season." and to $100,000 if he wins 30.
sioner's office said yesterday,-_ ___ -
"the commissioner is looking in-"
to the matter.
da ren true, Kuhn could de- Sharman quits Utah for LA
caeall players involved to be
free agents, allowing them to SALT LAKE CITY OP) - Coach said, and "made se kind o
sigin with any team. Bill Sarman of the Utah Stars commitment
Or he could negate the con- has agreed to join the Los An- Boryla, said he and owner Bil
tracts, requiring the principals geles Lakers, it was reported Daniels talked with Shrmian
to negotiate new contracts with yesterday. But the Stars' man- said Sharman told them he h'ar,
the Indians and making them agement filed a $5 million suit Io been advised that tiere sas i
uneligible to play until the new keep him in Utah. loophole in his Stars' contract.
contracts were agreed upon. A State District Ceurt Judge "We think it is a slid con
A third alternative is that issued a temporary restraining tract," said Boryla. "e roa(
- - -- - - - order saying that .i. arman can- some kind of commitment, him
not coach any team except the we don't know whether it we
E d w rdsStars. A hearing on whether the written or verbal," Bryla said
E w r sinjunction should not be made "The Los Angeles Lakersa(
permanent was set for next Fri- trying to steal our coach," -Bee
ytaisaid, "and w will d every
quit W j ay.thing in our power to keep his
Sharman, 45, directed the here."
Stars to the American Basket- The Los Angeles akes con
DETROIT t(A) - Roy Ed- ball Association title last season firmed Friday that Utah Sta
wards, veteran goalie of the and has four years to go on a Coach Bill Sharman is being cn
Detroit Red Wings of the Na- seven-year contract. sidered as the new Laker ose;
tional Bockey League, announc- e was in Los Angeles_ Tues- but that no contracs yaeter
ed his retirement yesterday. day and Wednesday, Stars' Gen- signed and no agreementlav
Edwards said he decided to era Manager Vince Boi yla been reached
retire because of recurring diz-
zy spells resulting from a skull
fracture suffered Dec. 6 in a -
game against the St. Louis M jrL a u
Blues. M jo LageStandings
"I have reached this decision AMEICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
with much regret," Edwards East East
said. "Detroit has been a fine Hstn W L Pt. GB W L Pt. GB
Botn - 3 20 .608 - St. Louis 33 20 .623 -
organization and I enjoyed my Baltimore 29 19 .604 1/ New York 29 18 617 1
finest years in professional Detrot 27 24 .529 4 Pittsburgh 32 20 .615 .
hockey in a Red Wing uniform." Cleveland 22 27 .449 8 Chicago 25 27 .41 7'
Red Wings' General Manager New York 22 29 .431 9 Montreal 19 25 .319'
Ne akes adh hdso- Washington 9 30 .38 11 Philadelphia 17 31 .354 13
Ne akessi ehdso-West West
en with Edwards and respected Oakland 34 18 .654 - San Francs 37 16 .698 -
his decision. Oakland 34 18 .54 - Los Angeles 27 25 .519 9J-
Kansas Ciy 25 22 .532 6 outn-627.91I
"T he organization thought M
Minnesota t 26 26 .500 8 Aoutana 2430 .444 113/
highly of Roy's goaltending abil- California 24 29 .453 10%2 Alnt/430.4 Cincinnati 1 32 .390 16
ities but hp owes his health and Milwaukee 20 7 .426 1 San Diego 16 35 .314 0
well-being to himself and his Chicago 19 27 .413 12Yetra'Esus
family,"tatmr 7 iwue arkness said.Yetra'Esus Chicago 1, Atlanta 0
"Iifomd i, hul e Cleveland 4, Minnesota 2, 6 inn Montreal at San Diego, Inc.
regain his health an d recon- Chicago 3, Detroit 7 Cincinnati 12, St. Louis 0
ider returning to the game in Boston 10, California 1 Pittsburgh 3, Houston 2
teftrtedo tote Kansas City 6, New York 2 New York at Los Angeles, inc.
th ftuete oo t te Oakland at Washington, inc. Philadelphia at San Franiso, inc.
Wings would always be oe, Today's Games Today's Games

Harkness added, Chicago at Atlanta California at Boston
Edwards came to Detroit in Houston at Pittsburgh Oakland at Washington
157inatad it h Pts St. Louis at Cincinnati Kansas City at New York
1967trtradlWit San Diego Detroit at Chicago
burgh Penguins for goalie Hank New York at Los Angeles Baltimore at Mitlwaukee
BaSSen, Philadelphia at San Franeiscmo Cleveland at Minnesota



Canonero 11, shown here in a workout yesterday with jockey Gustavo
Avila at Belmont Park, will attempt to capture racing's triple
crown this afternoon by winning the Belmont Stakes. The Venezuelan
horse will take on a field of twelve other horses as he tries to win
the first triple crown in raring in twenty years.

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