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Page Eight


Wednesday, August 4, 1971

MeLain returns to beat Tigers.


By The Assaciated Press
DETROIT - Run-scaring D desd mls uscuc
singles by Tim Cullen and Dave SAN FRANCISCO - The Los HOUSTON-Bill Hands' bri
Nelsan highlighted a three-run Angeles Dodgers erupted for liant, five-hit pitching and Ro
shnfour runs in the first inning Santo's 17th homer of the yea
Washington ninth-inning rally and rode raakie Doyle Alexan- helped the Chicago Cubs to
as the Senators defeated De- der's six-hitter to a 9-1 victory 5-0 victory over the Housto
troit 4-2 last night for Denny vrSnFacsysedy Astros last night.
McLain's sixth victary, aver San Francisca yesterday, at'lst ht.rcaein
c u t t i n g the Giants' National Santa's hamer came In th
McLain, 6-15, making his first League West lead to seven second inning. off Astros' stari
start since being taken off the games. er Larry Dierker, who went th
21-day disabled list earlier yes- first six innings while allowin
terday, yielded only six hits but Steve Garvey, who beat the three hits.
trailed 2-1 going into the ninth. Giants Monday night with a he is
ninth-inning home run, drove in
Bernie Allen led off the Sena- two runs with a single in the PhilS explode
tors' decisive inning with a sin- first after a two-out throwing PHILADELPHIA - John Vu
gle and went to third on Tom error by Giants' shortstop Chris kovich, shackled by a .161 bat
MlcCraw's double. Speier. ting average, drove in two run
Cuba continues to win medals


with a single and a double last
night, the second hit knocking
in Philadelphia's winning run in
the bottom of the ninth inning
as the Phils trimmed Atlanta
Roger Freed singled with one
out in the ninth and then pinch
runner Larry Bowa raced home
on Vukovich's double for the
deciding run, after the Braves
had tied the scare on rookie
Earl Williams' home run with
two out in the top half of the
Indians trampled
CLEVELAND - Mike Kekich
fired a five-hitter and the New
York Yankees exploded for eight
runs in the second inning to
beat the Cleveland Indians 8-1
last night.
Kekich, 6-8, struck out seven
and walked just one.
The Yankees sent 14 men to
the plate in the second, slam-
ming Alan Foster, 6-11, and re-
liever Rick Austin around before
Ed Farmer put out the rally.
Pirates defeated
MONTREAL-The Pittsburgh
Pirates exploded for six runs in
the eighth inning on Gene Al-
ley's second homer of the game,
Manny Sanguillen's bases-load-
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ed triple and Vic Davaillo's two-
run double and beat the Mont-
real Expos 10-6 last night.
After Alley's second homer,
his fifth of the season, tied the
game at 5-5, Roberto Clemente '
Willie Stargell then lofted a
high pop fly to the left side of
the infield which Bob Bailey
dropped for an error and both
runners were safe. Bob Robert-
son walked to load the bases
before Sanguillen cleared the
bases with his shot down the
right-field line.
Padres pound
ST. LOUIS--Steve Arlin, the
pitching dentist, threw a four-
hitter as the San Diego Padres a
defeated the St. Louis Cardinals
6-1 last night.
The former Ohio State star,
now 6-13, held the Cardinals
hitless until Bob Burda drilled
a single to center to open the
fourth inning.
The Padres opening their as-
sault against the Cards' Jerry
Reuss, 10-11, in the second when
Ed Spiezio singled and scored
on Bob Barton's long double.
The Padres added two runs in
the third as Clarence Gaston
tripled, Nate Colbert doubled
A-^ 01lip "rnwn inglA


CALI, Colombia W) - Cuba's male stars of the bars and
seasoned baseball team and sur- beams stunned the United
prise male gymnasts handed the States' defending champions in
United States fresh setbacks yes- both individual and team over-
terday and Uncle Sam's basket- all competition.
ball team barely escaped a sec- Jorge Rodriguez, of Cuba won
and straight defeat in the Pan, the individual men's title with
American Games. an unofficial score 110.45 over
The basketball forces, their the United States' John Crosby
play erratic and shooting cold, of New York City, who took the
had to go into overtime for an silver with 109.75. Cuba's Jorge
81-79 victory over Brazil.' A Cuervo won the bronze.
loss, following the 73-69 debacle In the team scoring it was
against Cuba last Sunday, Cuba 540.55, the USA 737.60. Ca-
would have been disastrous. nada was third. The figures were
Cuba's baseball team, profes unofficial.
sionally smooth, whipped a col- Cuba picked up a fourth med-
lection of U.S. collegians 4-3 al, making a total of four for
despite three bases - empty the afternoon events, with a sil-
home runs by Yankee players. ver second in lightweight weight-
It was the fourth straight vic- lifting. Jose Martinez of Colom-
tory for Cuba and the first loss bia won with a record press of
in three games for the United 292, pounds, with Pastor Rod-
States in a tournament to be de- riguez of Cuba second and Ci-
cided by a nine-team round priano Gutierrez of Colombia
robin. - third.
In gymnastics, the Cubans The basketball game, despite
showed the effects of four years the United States' sloppy play,
of dedicated training as their turned into a thriller. The Yan-
Major League Standings
East East
W L Pet. GB Pittsburgh 68 41 .624 -
Baltimore 65 39 .625 -- t. Louis 59 50 .541 9
Boston 62 45 .579 4' Chicago 57 50 .533 10
Detroit 57 50 .533 9'6 New York 55 52 .514 12
New York 54 56 .491 14 Philadelphia 48 61 .440 20
Washington 44 62 .415 22 Montreal 43 66 .394 25
Cleveland 43 66 .394 24'. west
West San Francisco 67 45 .598 -
Oakland 10 39 .636 - Los Angeles 59 51 .536 7
Kansas City 52 52 .500 14. Houston 55 54 .503 10,
California 5 7 t 482 16l, Atlanta 57 56 .504 10%
Chicago 50 58 .463 18' Cincinnati 51 62 .451 16'.
Minnesota 49 57 .462 18' San Diego 40 71 .360 26%
Milwaukee 45 61 .425 22 Yesterday's Results
Yesterday's Results Chicago 5, Houston 0
Boston at Baltimore, ppd., rain Pittsburgh 10, Montreal 6
New York 8, Cleveland 1 Philadelphia 3, Atlanta 2
Washington 4, Detroit 2 Cincinnati 5, New York 2, 1st
Oakland 7, Kansas City 5 New York 9, Cincinnati 4, 2nd
Minnesota 4, Chicago 3, 10 inn. Los Angeles 9. San Francisco 1
Milwaukee at California, in. San Diego 6, St. Louis 1
Today's, Games Today's Games
Milwaukee at Detroit, night Cincinnati at New York
Boston at Oakland, night Atlanta at Philadelphia, night
New York at California, night San Diego at Chicago,.
Washington at Kansas City, night San Francisco at St. Louis, night
Chicago at Cleveland, night Los Angeles at Houston, night
Minnesota at Baltimore, night Pittsburgh at Montreal, nht
Joseph E Livoe pesens a 5ke Nvcns Fa sairie Jac Nvgosc - Cane Bergenv
have experienced only three or p
four movies that I was genuine-
ly sorry to see end. I was sorry
end! --Vincent Canby, N.Y. Timec
one of the best movies ever!"
-Liz Smith, Cosmopolito r
o Mike Nichols, Jack Nicholson,
z Candice Bergen, Arthur Garfunkel,
Ann-Margret and Jules Feiffer
Carnal Knowledge .Q
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kees rallied from a 33-28 deficit
at halftime to tie the score 70-
70 at regulation and win on a
field goal with 16 seconds left
of the five-minute overtime with
a jump shot by Bob McAdoo of
the University of North Carolina.
Scoring honors on the U.S.
side were shared by Brian Tay-
lor of Princeton University and
Jim Chones of Marquette, each
with 17 points. Brazil used its 7-
foot-8 giant, Emil Ratch d, in
the overtime and Ratched almost
overtook the U.S. lead with a
field goal and a free throw.
The United States used five
pitchers in the baseball game,
giving up 11 hits, while Cuba's
starter Jose Huelga went the
route, yielding only six hits. All
of the U.S. runs cane on homers
-by Jerry Lynn Tabb of Tulsa
University, Willie Mims of the
University of Iowa and Fred
Lynn of Southern California.
Errors and judgment mistakes
proved costly for the Yanks, who
saw the game fade sway on a
two-run single by Armando Ci-
piro in the seventh.
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