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Page Knur HOPK (AHK.) STAR Thursday. August 29, Hope Star Sports At forest Hills' U.S. Open Morozova will try despite twisted ankle FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) — Olga Morozova is agonizinc over a badly - spained left ankle, but is in ecstacy over her No. 3 seeding for today's opening of women's play in the U.S. Open tennis championships. "I'll play," said the dark- haired Russian. "How well I will play I don't know, but I will try. I won't withdraw." Mrs. Morozova, who upset Millie Jean King at Wimbledon before bowing to Chris Evert in the final, twisted her ankle try- ing to run for a ball in the semifinals last week of the Women's Grass Court Championships at Newport Casino in Rhode Island. The Soviet ace, whose ankle is laced with tape, drew Martina Navratilova of Czechoslovakia a.s her first-round opponent. Mrs. Morozova, seeded eighth here last year and a third- round loser to Helga Masthoff, would like nothing more than a chance at top-seeded Chris Evert in the finals this time. The luck of the draw could give her the rematch of Wimbledon's final — if her ankle doesn't let her down and she can get past second-seeded Billie Jean, likely to be her quarter-finals opponent. Miss Evert, meanwhile, will keep her record of never playing a U.S. Open singles match anywhere except in center court when she opens today's play against Gail Chanfreau of France. She also will be trying to extend her current string of 52 straight matches without a Hunter wins 20th game for 3rd straight year By ALEX SACHARE AP Sports Writer Catfish Hunter has been a 20- game winner in each of the past three seasons, and" Wednesday night the ace right- hander of the Oakland A's joined that select circle once again with a 3-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers. Hunter joined Boston's Luis Tiant as the only 10-game winners in the majors on the strength of a pair of home runs by Reggie Jackson. Jackson's first homer of the night, a 420-foot shot into the right-center-field bullpen leading off the seventh inning against Jim Colborn, 8-11, gave Hunter a 2-1 lead. Jackson then led off the ninth with his 26th of the year, a booming 450-foot blast to right. ' Hunter, 20-10, got ninth-inning relief help from Paul Lindblad and Rollie Fingers in posting his sixth victory in his last seven decisions. The victory boosted the A's lead in the American I/eague West to 5M> game over the second-place Kansas City Royals. Elsewhere in the American league, Cleveland beat Kansas City 7-1, New York blanked Minnesota 5-0, Detroit edged California 2-1, Texas tripped Baltimore 4-2 and Chicago shut out Boston 3-0. Indians 7, Royals 1 Gaylord Perry, 17-9, pitched a five-hitter and Charlie Spikes and Rico Carty drove in two runs aoiece for the Indians. Yankees 5, Twins 0 Pat Dobson, 13-14, scattered seven hits and Thurman Mund son .homered and drove in three runs,as;the second-place Yankees pulled within 44 games of Boston in the AL East. It was Dobson's second shutout of the season, and the Yan- Baseball Scores By The Associated Press National League East W L Pittsburgh St. Louis Philaphia Montreal New York Chicago 68 67 64 59 56 52 i 61 63 66 68 71 74 Pet. .527 .515 .492 .465 .441 .413 GB — 1% 4% 8 11 14% West Los Angeles Cincinnati Atlanta Houston San Fran San Diego 82 80 72 67 57 50 47 51 58 62 73 80 .636 .611 .554 .519 .438 .385 — 3 10% 15 25% 32% American League East W L Pet Boston New York Cleveland Baltimore Milwaukee Detroit 71 67 64 63 62 61 57 62 64 65 69 69 .556.519 .500 .492 .473 .469 GB 4% 7 8 11 Wednesday's Results Houston 3, New York 2, 10 innings Pittsburgh 3, San Francisco 1, 11 innings Cincinnati 4, Philadelphia, 3 Atlanta 4, Montreal, 2 Stm Louis 5, San Diego 1 Ix)s Angeles 7, Chicago 6 Thursday's Games Pittsburgh Rooker 9-10 or (Demery 6-4) at San Francisco (Caldwell 12-3) Houston fRoberts 9-10) at New York (Seaver 7-S) Atlanta (P. Niekro 14-11) at Montreal (Rogers 12-17), N St. Louis (Curtis 7-12) at San Diego (Jones 7-18), N Chicago (Bonham 10-16) at Los Angeles (Messersmith 155), N Only Games Scheduled Friday's Games Hoston at Philadelphia, N Montreal at Cincinnati, N Atlanta at New York, N Chicago at San Diego, 2, N Pittsburgh at Los Angeles, N St. Louis at San Francisco, N West Oakland 75 56 .573 Kan City 69 61 .531 5M> Texas 68 63 .519 7 Chicago 65 65 .500 9% Minnesota 63 68 .481 12 California 51 80 .389 24 Wednesday's Results Detroit 2, California 1 1 Oakland 3, Milwaukee 1 Cleveland 7, Kansas City 1 New York 5, Minnesota 0 Texas 4, Baltimore 2 Chicago 3, Boston 0 Thursday's Games Baltimore (Grimsley 14-12) at Texas (Bibby 18-14), N Boston (I/ee 14-11) at Chicago (Wood 1915), N Only Games Scheduled Friday's Games Oakland at Detroit, N Baltimore at Kansas City, N California at Milwaukee, N Boston at Minnesota, N Cleveland at Texas, N New York at Chicago, N TENNIS By The Associated Press FOREST HILLS, N.Y. - Defending champion John New- cornbe of Australia ripped Bolivia's Ramiro Benavides 6-2, 60, 6-1 in the inaugural center- court match of the 12-day U.S. Open Tennis Championships. kee hurler said he felt he got better as the game went along. Tigers 2, Angels 1 Home runs by Ed Brinkman and Al Kaline powered the Tigers to victory behind the six- hit pitching of Mickey Ix>lich, 16-15. Brinkrnan's leadoff homer in <he eiehth tied the eame. then Kaline's 10th home run of the season into the upper deck in left field off rookie Frank Tanana, 9-16, untied it. Rangers 4, Orioles 2 Home runs by Toby Harrah and Jim Fregosi powered Texas over Baltimore. Harrah's blast, his 18th, tied the game at 2-2 in the second inning. Jeff Burroughs doubled home the tie-breaking run in the fifth, then Fregosi led-off the sixth with his 12th homer of the season. The run batted in boosted Burroughs' season total to 106, tops in the majors. White Sox 3, Red Sox 0 Bart Johnson blanked Boston on four singles, Bill Sharp hom- ered in the fourth inning and Bucky Dent drove in a pair of runs with a bases-loaded double in the eighth. Pro Football At A Glance By The Associated Press World Football League Eastern Division W L T Pet. PF PA Florida 6 2 0 .750 155 llx New York5 3 0 .625 180 125 Philaphia4 4 0 .500 203 144 Jacksonv 350 .375 146 149 Central Division Birmham? 0 0 1.000 204 123 Chicago 6 1 0 .857 212 171 Memphis 6 2 0 .750 246 175 Detroit 0 8 0 .000 138 236 Western Division S. Calif 5 3 0 .625 184 146 Houston 3 4 1 .438 67 125 Hawaiiansl 7 0 .125 133 249 Portland 0 7 1 .063 98 212 Wednesday's Results Memphis 26, Florida 18 Philadelphia 27, Detroit 23 Houston 14, New York 11 Southern California 45, Portland 15 loss. The men's singles seedings withstood their test well Wednesday, the first of 12 days of world-class tennis at the West Side Tennis Club. All of the eight seeded men who competed — led by defending champion John Newcombe — advanced to the second round. Mcilone signs pro contract with Stars WASHINGTON (AP) — Moses Malone has finally signed a contract to play for the Utah Stars of the American Basketball Association, so sources say, ending a three- ring circus that began in Petersburg, Va., this spring, about the time the superstar was about to graduate from high school. Malone, who lingered on the threshold of indecision for several days before signing, a grant-in-aid to attend the University of Maryland, again kept reporters by the hundreds guessing while he considered whether to become the first youth ever to bypass college, going straight from schoolboy basketball to the pros. Malone, according to an official of the University of Maryland who preferred to remain anonymous, late Wednesday affixed his signature to a luce- ative contract offered by the ABA club. The timing and setting of the signing was every bit as dramatic as the months of maneuvering by hundred of college coaches who had coveted the services of the lean, 6-foot-ll, athlete. Shreveport edges by Victoria in Texas League By The Associated Press Shreveport managed to edge past Victoria and take an llth inning victory 8-7 Wednesday night in the Texas League. Dan Thomas' single sent Dave Lindsey home from third base with the winning run. Lindsey drew a walk from losing pitcher Steve Simpson (107) and moved to third on Kent Jacobson's double. The Toros scored five runs in a fifth inning highlighted by a two-run single by Ron Diggle and a two-run double by Brock Temberton. Dennis Yard, now 5-7, pitched y 2-3 innings to win in relief. In the only other games Midland crushed El Paso 12-3. Rain forced postponements for Amarillo at San Antonio and Arkansas at Alexandria. Extend division lead Pirates take six in row By BRUCE LOWttt AP Sports Writer Ed Kirkpatrick's two-run double in the llth inning fired the streaking Pittsburgh Pirates to a 3-1 victory over the San Francisco Giants. The win was the sixth in a row for the East Division leaders. The Pirates look a 1-0 lead in the third on successive one-out singles by Rennie Stennett, Richie Hebner and Al Oliver, with Oliver extending his hitting streak to 21 games. San Francisco tied it in the bottom of the third when Garry Maddox singled, Gary Thomasson walked, the runners pulled a double steal and Gary Matthews sent Maddox home with a grounder. In Wednesday night's other National League games, the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated Chicago 7-6, the Houston Astros edged New York 3-2 in 10 in- ninas. the Atlanta Braves beat Montreal 4-2 and the St. Louis Cardinals downed San Diego 5- Reds 4, Phils 3 Teify Crowley's run-scoring double in the eighth inning carried Cincinnati's redhot Reds to a 4-3 victory over the sinking Philadelphia Phillies. Darrell Chaney's two-out single brought Crowleyn hitting only .239, to the plate to bat for pitcher Will McEnaney. His half-swing hit rocketed between center and right field and Chancy scored from first to give the Reds their ninth victory in the last 11 games, within three games of first-place Los Angeles in the West. Dodgers 7, Cubs 6 Bill Madlock's pinch-hit grand slam gave Chicago an eighth-inning tie — but Willie Crawford's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth gave the Dodgers the victory. Steve Garvey's fifth single of the game started the ninth and Ron Cey was safe at first when pitcher Oscar Zamora fumbled his bunt. Joe Ferguson sacrificed the runners up a base and Von Joshua was walked intentionally to load the bases before Crawford batted for Bill Russell and hit his game-winning fly ball) giving reliever Mike Marshall the victory. Astros 3, Mets 2 Cliff Johnson's two-out home run in the 10th inning that powered the Astros past New York was Johnson's fifth as a pinch hitter, equalling Joe Cronin's 1943 American League record and putting Johnson within one of the major league mark of six, set by Donnie Frederick of the 1932 Brooklyn Dodgers. Braves 4, Expos 2 Ralph Garr belted a two-run triple in the ninth inning, then scored on Marly Perezs' single to lift the Braves over Montreal. Cards 5, Padres 1 Bake McBride hit a tie-breaking two-run single in the sev enth inning and Ted Simmons followed with a two run double to beat the Padres and keep St. Louis within 1M> games of the Pirates. lx)U Brock stole two bases to boost his season total to 91 and singled to open the seventh inning before Reggie Smith and Joe Torre walked to load the bases and set up McBride's hit, Sports In Brief FOOTBALL HOUSTON — Houston Oiler defensive tackle John Matuszak, the No. 1 choice in the 1973 National Football League draft, signed a contract with the World Football League Houston Texans. HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. - The New York Jets traded center- guard John Mooring to the Miami Dolphins. NO, THEY AREN'T jogging for their health. They are running to win. These Bobcats head up field to join their other comrades in a mock —Hope (Ark.) Star photo by Connie Hendrix scrimmage and general head knocking session. Youngsters take over at golf's U.S. Open By RICHARD T. PIENCIAK AP Sports Writer RIDGEWOOD, N.J. (AP) — Fifty-one-year-old Bill Campbell calls it "Black Thursday." But young players like NCAA champ Curtis Strange, Florida Amateur titlist Doug Pate and Porter Cup winner George Burns consider it just another day. Ed Tutwiler, 55, who called it "the Endurance Test," won't be around for today's double- round action at the 74th U.3. Amateur Golf Championship — he said goodbye on Wednesday. So did veterans Dick Siderowf and Vinnie Giles. Today the boys at the Ridgewood Country Club started the real test of stamina and nerves. Since Monday the action has consisted of one match-play round per day. But fourth- round play was to be held this morning and the fifth round was to begin after a short lunch break. On Friday, double rounds will be held again on the 6,754-yard, par-71 course. The two finalists will meet in a 36-hole match play contest on Saturday. It's been hot and humid all week at the North Jersey tournament site. Many of the players feel the weather will be a major factor in the eventual outcomem But no one feels the weather can hurt as much as poor driving and putting. Tutwiler lost 1 up to Pate, a zu-year-old University of Alabama student from Pensacola, Fla. The 19-year-old Strange, a Wake Forest sophomore from Virginia Beach, won the West- ern, the Virginia State Amateur — both match-play events — and hasn't lost a match-play encounter this year. Burns doesn't draw any conclusions from the longer day. "It's the same course and conditions for everyone, said the husky 25-year-old Port Washington, N.Y., beverage salesman. Campbell an insurance agent from Huntington, W.Va., who won this event in 1964, got a taste of the long day on Tuesday when he went 25 holes before beating Warren Coates of Williamsport, Pa., 1 up. On Wednesday, the 14-time West Virginia Amateur titlist had an easier time, knocking off Jed Jennings of Redmond, Wash., 4 and 3. Aug. 29 30 3) Sept. 1 Solunar Tables The schedule of Solunar Periods, as printed below, has been taken from Richard Alden Knight's SOLUNAR TABLES. Plan your days so that you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during these times, if you wish to find the best sport that each day has to offer. Date A.M. Day Major Thursday 2:55 9:25 Friday 3:35 10:05 Saturday 4:15 10:45 P.M. Major Minor 9:50 10:30 3:20 4:05 4:45 11:05 WRESTLING HOPE'S FAIR PARK COLISEUM FRIDAY NIGHT AUGUST 30,8:30 FEATURE EVENT: (Seven Man Russian Style Battle Koyal) Winner to receive eight hundred added purse to be eliminated each wrestler must be tossed over the top rope. Battle roy a i to be last event on card. _____ CONTESTANTS FOR BATTLE ROYAL: KENMANTELL, BUCKROBLEY, CHIEF THUNDERCLOUD, ROCKET MONRE, TONY ROSSO, INCAPERU FRANK GOODISH MAIN EVENT: KIN MANTELL vs ROCKET MONROE SEMI FINAL EVENT: BUCK ROBLEY vs CHIEF THUNDERCLOUD FIRST BOUT: TONY ROSSO VS INCAPERU (These three bouts will be held before the Battle Koyal) This battle Royal should pro vide local fans the most exciting action and possibly the bloodest ever seen in Hope. The ringside chairs will be moved back for the safety of the fans. TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW AT THE SEVEN ELEVEN STORE ON WEST THIRD AND WASHINGTON ST. IN HOPE. Sunday 4:55 11:25 4:25 11:45 RINGSIDE $2* CHILDREN UNDER ELEVEN $1* OE*. ADM. tf. w ^** '^^B*' ^^W^ *HP^ ^jj^ ^(p^ ^H(^ •••SIB* ^BJS* ^|p^ ^d^ ^^& ^^^^ ^Hi^ ^^^P ^^^* ^^^ ^^^p ^^|^^ ^Bj^P *^^^* "^^^ ^^^P ^^W^ ^^^^ ^^^r Colonel Sanders is cookin 1 chicken for picnics. So why should you? You t'uy the food, the Picnic stuff Thru LABOR DAY, Visit the Colonel 'lO.j'.l. 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