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Thursday August 19, 1971


Page Eleven

By The Associated Pres
hander ohn Cumberland fired
a five-hitter and catcher Dick
Dietz and Russ Gibson ripped
home runs as the surging San
Francisco Giants crushed the
Philadelphia Phillies 7-0 yester-
Cumberland, 7-2. recorded his
first shutout a ethe season as
the Giants posted t heir fifth
straight victory.
Willie McCovey was safe on
Deron Johnson's error leaditg
off the second imi atd Diet
followed with his 14th homer of
the season, giving the Giants
all the runs they needed over
Rick Wise, 12-10, who has one
of the majors' three no-hitters
this season
Rosox nip Angels
BOSTON -- The Boston Red
Sox, held hitless by Clyde
Wright for six innings, exploded
forthree runs in the seventh on
Phil Gaglian's bases - loaded
d o u b 1 e and Luis Aparico's
pinch-hit single, defeating the
California Angels 4-3 yesterday.
Reggie Smith's leadoff single
in the seventh inning, an infield
error and a perfect bunt by
George Scott filled the bases
with nobody out and the Red
Sox trailing 3-1.
Gagliano, playing left field in
Major League
* East Division
W L Pet. GB
Pittsburgh 73 51 .589 -
Chicago 66 55 .545 5
St. Louis 67 57 .540 6
New York 59 61 .492 12
Philadelphia 53 69 .435 17
Montreal 49 70 .408 22
West Division
San Francisco 74 51 .592 -
Los Angeles 66 57 .537 7
Atlanta 65 62 .511 10
Houston 61 62 .495 12
Cincinnati 60 65 .480 14
San Diego 46 78 .371 27
Yesterday's Games
San Francisco 7, Philadelphia 2
Cincinnati 5, St. Louis 0
Chicago 7, Atlanta 2
Pittsburgh 3, Houston 2
New York at Los Angeles, inc.
Montreal at San Diego, inc.
Today's Games
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
only game scheduled
East Division
W L Pet. GB
Baltimore 74 4 .627 -
Bioston 66b 57 .537 10
Detroit 65 57 .533 11
New York 63 61 .509 14
Washington 51 70 .422 24' .
Cleveland 49 73 .402 29
West Division
Oakland 78 44 .640 -
Kansas City 63 58 .521 14
* Chicago 60 63 .488 180/
California 57 68 .464 22
Minnesota 54 66 .450 23
Milwaukee 51. 70 .425 26
Yesterday's Results
Washington 10, Oakland 3
New York 3, Kansas City 1
Boston 4, California 3
Chicago 4, Detroit 2
Baltimore 6, Milwaukee 4
Cleveland at Minnesota, inc.
Today's Games
Oakland at Baltimore
only game scheduled
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The Washington Senators put their marriages on the line and
played softball with their wives Tuesday night and the women
proved that their place is in the stands. Kathy Lindblad stole
second base in the game, only she took first with her. When
she refused to release it, her husband Paul removed her, and the
base, from the game.

place of the slumping Carl
Yastrzemski, then lined a shot
down the left field line scoring
two runs, and Aparicio, batting
for pitcher Jim Lonborg, poked
a single to the right side of the
drawn-in infield to send Scott
home with the tie-breaking run.
Nats club A's
WASHINGTON-Bonus rookie
Pete Broberg fired a five-hitter
and Washington cracked a tie
game with seven runs in the
eighth inning last night, belt-
ing the Oakland A's 10-3.
Dave Nelson opened the Sen-
ators' eighth with a double over
Larry Brown's head and into
left field. Don Mincher was in-
tentionally walked and Frank
Howard doubled down the third
base line, chasing home Nelson
with the go-ahead run.
Bernie Allen walked, loading
the bases and Jeff Burroughs
singled two more runs home.
Then Paul Casanova doubled
for one run and Tim Cullen
tripled two more across.
Yanks clip Royals
NEW YORK - Mel Stottle-
myre pitched a four-hitter and
Ron Blomberg delivered a two-
run double, carrying the New
York Yankees to a 3-1 victory
over the Kansas City Royals
last night.
Stottlemyre, 12-11. struck out

six and walked only one batter
as he outdueled Kansas City ace
Dick Drago, 16-7.
Reds shell Cards
CINCINNATI - Don Gullett
scattered seven hits as the Cin-
cinnati Reds blanked St. Louis
5-i last nightaandrshelled Bob
Gibson who had hurled the first
no-hitter of his career four
days ago.
Bernie Carbo stroked a home
run in thethird inning and
George Foster capped a four-
run rally with a two-run triple
in the fifth.
Gullett, who with ninth-in-
ning relief hurled a one-hitter
against the Chicago Cubs Fri-
day night, tossed his third com-
plete game shutout of the sea-
son and hiked his record to 14-4.
Cubs rip Braves
ATLANTA -- Johnny Callison
ripped a grand slam home run
in the eighth inning last night,
keying a five-run explosion
which gave the Chicago Cubs a
7-2 victory over the Atlanta
The bases-loaded homer was
the fourth of Callison's career
and the first of the year by a
Cub. It made a winner of Milt
Pappas, 15-10, making his first
appearance against his former
mates since being sold to the
Cubs last year.

Michigan diver leads AAU;
Hinton buys quail preserve
By The Associated Press
* HOUSTON - Janet Ely, a blonde 17-year-old lass who will
be a freshman at the University of Michigan, stunned favorites
Cynthia Potter and Micki King by building up a large lead yester-
day in the women's one-meter division of the National AAU div-
ing championships.
Wining high marks with her acrobatic precision off, the
low board, Miss Ely, who was born in Albuquerque, N.M. but now
lives in Ann Arbor, Mich, piled up 314.25 points through the
* ALBERTA, Ala.- Jimmy Hinton, a Tuscaloosa business-
man bought the Sedgefields plantation near Alberta at public
auction yesterday for $1,342,980, or $180 an acre for the 7,461-
acre quail preserve.
He was the only one to bid for the full estate, although about
half a dozen people offered to buy parcels of it. Hinton's over-
all bid was more than the total of the varied smaller offers.
He said he plans to keep Sedgefields going just like it has been
for years - as a hunting preserve and site for training bird dogs.
0 SAN FRANCISCO - Two committees of the National Col-
legiate Athletic Association have recommended restrictions against
foreign athletes who compete for U.S. college teams. The recom-
mendations will be placed before the NCAA Council at its meet- r
ing here today.
The recommendations, made by the Track and Field Coaches
Association and the Rules and Meets Committees of the NCAA,
call for exclusion of foreign athletes from national meets or for
discounting their efforts from team scoring.
* IRVINE, Calif - San Diego's pro football players say they've
gotten the word since the Sunday economic announcement by Pre-
sident Nixon - no pay raises for 90 days.
Five of the San Diego Chargers remain unsigned for the new
season, They are linebackers Jeff Stagg and Bob Bruggers, de-
fensive end Joe Owens, center Bill Lenkaitis and offensive tackle
Russ Washington,
"The Chargers don't want to negotiate," Staggs claimed.
"They're not interested in signing me until November."
* PHILADELPHIA - Lee Elder, an American Negro pro-
fessional golfer, announced yesterday that he has completed ar-
rangements to play in the South African PGA tournament Nov. -
Elder had been invited by South African Gary Player - one of
the world's leading professionals - more than a month ago. Elder
said at that time that several details had to be worked out be-
fore he could accept.
"As a black professional golfer I have been admonished not
to participate in this tournament because of certain racial policies
said to exist on the part of the South African government,"
Elder said in a prepared statement.
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