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22 THE TENNESSEAN, Sohirdoy, Juw 24, W8 Lack Of Respect Root of Violence Never ross Word nson. 0 Rohi RODNEY DANGERFIELD WOULD NEVER sur-vive in the National Basketball Association. Somebody would be bound to punch out old Rodney's lights the first trip down the court. That's because Rodney gets no respect. . And one of the NBA's rising superstars insists that respect or lack of it is at the root of the proliferating violence in the NBA which saw more than Us share of punching episodes last season. Leonard (Truck) Robinson, the former Tennessee State standout, was named to the NBA All-Star team a few weeks back, receiving more votes than any other forward in the game. And that includes Julius Erv- mo it is somewhat evident that Robinson has won a large portion of respect around the NBA in his four seasons as a pro. And that, he says, explains why he has never had so much as a cross word with an opposing player throughout his career. "I've heard people say that the reason there are so many more fights in the league these days is that guys are getting bigger and bigger and more and more aggressive," said Robinson, the leading rebounder in the NBA last season. "I don't believe that for a minute. Assignment: Cl A LA Pros ByJEFFHANNA "I got a lot of rebounds this past year. And that means I was in the middle of a lot of pushing and shoving and elbowing for position to get the rebounds. That's the only way you can lead the league in rebounding is to be in there where it's really physical," said Robinson. "And I've landed a few elbows and had a few landed. I don't apologize when I hit a guy and I don't expect him to apologize when he hits me. "What it all boils down to is a matter of respect," said Robinson. "Guys fight for lack of respect. Some of the more celebrated brawls in the NBA involved Kermit Washington against Rudy Tomjan-ovich, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar against Kent Benson and Mitch Kupchak against Lonnie Shelton. "You have some guys who go into a game and say to themselves, 'This guy isn't as good as I am and he was picked in the first round and I was picked in the second round and I want to prove I'm as good as you are.' They don't respect the guy they're playing against and feel like they should challenge him some way besides just beating him within the rules. "I've played against Kermit Washington lots of times and never had one problem, not even a shove. And I don't play any different against him than I do against anybody else. I never even had an argument on the court. I never wanted to fight those guys. And if you respect them and they respect you, then it doesn't happen," Robinson said. ROBINSON'S SELECTION TO THE NBA All-Star squad was not unexpected. He had, after all, led the league in rebounding and played more minutes than any other player in the game. He also averaged 22 points. And he had played in the NBA All-Star game at mid-season. Even so, it was a bit surprising that Robinson received 22 more votes than Erving. "It's not for me to say whether I should have gotten the most votes or not. My statistics speak for them selves," said Robinson. "I am a little surprised about the way they voted because there are some forwards who've gotten more publicity." A year ago at this time Robinson made his decision to sign a free agent contract with the New Orleans Jazz. In retrospect, it was a wise move. "I thought it was the right move all along or I'd never have made it," said Robinson. "If I'd have stayed in Atlanta I might have had as good a year, but I probably wouldn't have led the league in rebounding because I wouldn't have played as much. "Here in New Orleans I'm with Pete (Maravich). A guy like Pete draws attention to himself whether the team he's with is winning or losing," Robinson added. "That attention he got didn't hurt me. People knew Pete was here all along so they keep track of New Orleans. That set it up for me to play, and I think Pete's presence helped me get a lot more notice than I might have otherwise." ft Professional, Amateur Sports Scoreboard ?Sr Ihe Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST I I MO Phitarfe!phi 34 a .540 - Chicago 35 30 St Montreal 33 34 .307 I Pittsburgh 30 34 .469 4'i New York 31 40 .437 7 Sl.Uuis 44 JO 12 WEST San Francisco 43 24 .641 - Cincinnati 42 27 .609 2 Los Angeles 31 30 .559 - 5'i Houston 30 34 .4(9 ll'i San Diego 31 37 .456 12' Atlanta 27 31 .415 IS Thtrst'iy's Results Houston 4, Us Angeles 3 San Diego 2, Atlanta 0 Philadelphia 7, St. Louis I . Montreal 2, New York 0 Cincinnati 5, San Francisco 0 Only games scheduled Yesterday's Desalts Philadelphia 66. Chicago II New York 3, Pittsburgh 2, II innings St. Louis I, Montreal 4 San Diego 3, Houston 0 Los Angeles I, Cincinnati 0 San rranciscon 9, Atlanta 0 Today's Games Pittsburgh (Bibby 4-41 at New York (Swann Ml Cincinnati tSarmienlo 6-3 or Hume HI at Los Angeles (Sutton 66) Atlanta iNiekro 8-71 at San Francisco (Barr 2-4) Montreal (Fryman 2-5) at St. Louis (I'rrea 2-7). in) Chicago (Hollzman 01) at Philadelphia (Kaat 3-1). in) Houston (Andujar 34) at San Diego (Jones 36). (n) Minnesota , Oil OOO 611-2 Chicago 000 60 1 600-1 B-Lemon.Soderholm, Randall. DP- Minnesota I. LOB-Minnesota 6, Chicago 4. 2B-CWshingtn. HH-Kusick (2). S- Kessinger, Norwood. IP H HERBS SO Mtawsatai GolU W.5-4 S I 1 I 0 Chicago Kravec 1,6-5 9 S J I J 5 T-2:05. A 28.082. AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST Boston Baltimore New York Milwaukee Detroit Cleveland Toronto Kansas City Texas Calilomia. Oakland Chicago Minnesota Seattle 4! 21 40 21 40 28 31 30 33 33 29 36 21 45 WEST 36 31 39 36 34 36 31 36 28 38 24 47 HLPetGB; - .388 7'i: .588 7'j .559 9'i .500 U'i .446 17 JI8 25': .537 - 32 .529 .522 1 .486 3: .453 5 .424 7'i .339 14 Thursday's Results California 4, Minnesota 2. 12 innings Baltimore 10. Milwaukee 3 New York 4. Detroit 2 Seattle 8, Chicago 6, 10 innings Texas 8, Oakland 2 Only games scheduled Yesterday's Results Texas 7-9. California 0-4 Kansas City M, Oakland 3-3 Cleveland B. Toronto 3 Boston 5, Baltimore 2 New York 12, Detroit 1 Minnesota 2, Chicago I Seattle 3, Milwaukee 0 Today's Games Baltimore (McGregor 8-1) at Boston (Tianl New York (Clay (.3) at Detroit (Slaton 6-4). ln Oakland tRenko 2 21 at Kansas City (Ha;sler0-3). w Minnesota (Jackson 1-0) at Chicago (Wood 6-5), in.) Seattle (Colborn 1-5) at Milwaukee (Augustine 7-8), in) Toronto (Clancy 44) at Cleveland (Paxton 3-41, mi Calilomia (Frost CM at Texas (Matladc 34). tiu Seattle JCruz 2b Milborn 2b Reynlds is Meyer lb Roberts rf WSKin 3b Bochle If Rbrtsn dh Slanton If Hale cf Stinson e Total abrbU 1000 4120 SOU 8120 402 1 4 000 3110 4010 4000 0000 4011 38 3 113 Milwaukee Molitor 2b Money lb Bando 3b Hisle If Oglivie dh Lezcano rf GThoms cf Yount as BMartnz e DMay pa Total abrlbl 4000 4010 4010 3 000 4000 1020 3000 3000 2000 0000 30 0 4 0 Seattle - 110 000 00 1-1 Milwaukee 000 000 600-0 E-Molilor, Yount. DP-Seattle I. LOB-Seattle 9, Milwaukee S. 2B-Lezcatu, Robertson. SB-Meyer, Milbourne. IP H RERBBSO Seattle Abbott VIM t 4 0 0 1 6 Milwaukee Caldwell 1,75 9 10 3 2 I 3 HBP-DMay (By Abbott). WP-Abbott. T-2:03. A 10,268. Baltimore akrbbi Belangr si 4000 Dauer 3b Singletn rf EMurry lb LMay dh Mora If DeCncs 2b Lopez cf Dempsy e Total Hffera If Care Ford rf Kim, db Votfe Norwood f rneeat e Smalm Randal 2fe Tj4 atrtM 4000 CT I 4000 CWom If 4011 Orta i Illl Breaael lb lllllma cf 1010 B mbrg dh 6 010 Sdrtila ft 4000 Nahrdsy e 1000 buna- a I S I Total 1000 4 020 4 000 4000 4 23 1 3000 402 1 4010 14 2 8 2 Burlesn ss Remy 2b Rice dh Ystrzms If Fisk c Lynn cf GScott lb Evans rf Hobson 3b Total abrbbi 4230 4110 4 0 3 1 2111 4113 2000 4010 3 0 0 0 4000 31 5 10 5 8. 2B-Braun, TDuncan, Revering, GBrelt, Patek. 3B-GBrelt, Page. HR-TDuncan (2). SB Dilone 3, Wilson. IP H RERBBSO Oakland Langford L,15 223 4 4 4 2 4 JJohnson S 2 I I 3 I Sosa 13 0 0 0 0 1 Kansas City Splittorft VV.94 723 1 3 3 0 1 Hrabosky 11-310012 Save-Hrabosky (10). T 2:29. SECOND GAME Kansas City abrhbl abrhbi 5 0 2 1 Palek is 3 0 2 1 410 0 FWhlte 2b 5 011 1 0 0 0 GBretl 3b 3 0 0 0 4 I ! I MrRae dh 2 2 2 0 3112 Cowens cf 5 0 3 0 4010 Porter e 401 4 0 0 0 Zdeb II 210 0 0000 Braun If 3010 4110 Hurdle rf 3 010 3 120 Wilson cf I 0 00 2000 Poquett rf 1000 Terrell pit 1 1 t o LaCock lb 00 00 Total 34 J 14 Total 35 4 124 Oakland 004 1 00 000-S Kansas City 010 110 1 1 1-4 E-Hurdle. Porter DP-Oakland 1, Kansas City I LOB Oakland 6, Kansas City 13. 2B-McRae 2. Hurdle. HR-Paje (7). SB-Patek 2, Alston. S-Armas. SF- Patek, Porter. IP H RERBBSO Oakland Conroy 313 2 I I 5 0 Broberg W,7 32 3 4 I I I I Lacey 23 3 1 1 0 0 Sosa 1-321100 Heaverlo 1 1 0 0 0 0 Kansas City Leonard L.i-10 7 9 5 1 3 6 Mingori 2 0 0 0 0 0 Save-Heaverlo 131. HBP-McRae iby Conroy). T 3:00. A 38,841. National League Oakland Dilone rf Fuentes 2b Edwrds 2b Guerrer si Page dh Revrm lb TDuncn 3b Gross 3b Alston II Essian c Armas cf Baltimore 0 1 0 000 00 1-2 Boston 3(0 010 I I- 5 E-Hohson. DP-Baltimore 2, Boston 2. LOB-Baltimore 7, Boston 7. 2B-Rice, Burleson. Upe:. HR Fisk (7), Mora (31. SF-Yslrznfcki. IP H RERBBSO Baltimore Palmer L.IO-3 8 10 3 5 4 3 Boston Lee W.8-3 9 8 2 2 2 0 WP-Palmer.T-2:19.A-34,582 Toraate Upshaw II Bailor cf Howell 3b Carty dh Velea rf Maybry lb McKay 2b Gomez ss Milner c Cleveland abrbbi 4 12 0 Dade rf 3 0 0 1 Speed rf 10 0 0 Mannng cf 3 110 BBell 3b 4112 Thorntn lb 2 010 Grubb If 4 010 JNorris dh 4 0 0 0 GAIxndr c 4 010 Diaz c Kuiper 2b Veryzer ss 31 3 J 3 Total abrbU 2110 1110 Sill 4000 1210 1110 4123 3123 1000 4020 4 0 0 0 318117 Total Toronto 000 010 020-1 Cleveland 0 20 00 4 20-9 E Bailor. DP-Toronto 1, Cleveland 2. LOB-Toronto 7, Cleveland I. 2B-McKay, Manning 3B-l'pshaw, JNorris. HR-GAIex-andr 111), Veto U. SB-Date J. IP H RERBBSO Toronto Jefferson 1,5-7 52-3 6 6 6 2 3 Lemanciyk I 4 2 12 0 Coleman 1 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 Cleveland Wails W.3-7 9 7 3 3 6 3 T 2:15. A-6,514. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Eastern Division W L Pet GB Orlando 43 25 .632 - Columbus 34 34 .500 I Jacksonville 31 33 .484 10 Savannah 33 39 .436 12 Charlotte a 39 .426 14 Westera Division Knoxville 49 21 .TOO Memphis 30 31 .4BI4'i Montgomery 32 36 .471 16 Nashville 28 36 .431 18 Chattanooga 26 41 J83 2t'i Tkondiv's ReiaHU Jacksonville at Orlando, ppd.. rail Charlotte 3, Savannah I Columbus 4, Montgomery Knoxville 4, Chattanooga 1 Memphis 1, Nashville I Yesterday's ReuHi Jacksonville 5-9, Orlando 24 Charlotte 6, Savannah 4 Montgomery 5, Columbus 1 Chattanooga 5. Knoxville 4, 10 innings Nashville at Memphis, ppd. ran . Today's Game Charlotte at Chattanooga Columbus at Jacksonville Montgomery at Orlando Nashville at Knoxville Memphis at Savannak Box Scores Anterican league NewYtrt Detail akrtM abrhbl RWhite V 5 J 2 1 LeFlore cf 4100 Nettles lb SIHWhitakr 2b 4000 Munson t SI00 Staub dh 3020 ReJcka rf 1210 JThmps lb SI2I Chmbls fb S214 Kemp If 1110 Thomsi cf lOOOMMayt 4011 Blair d ) 2 1 1 Coram rf 2110 Jormra dh 1101 MStanty if 2001 Pimclla dh till Mnkska 3b 202 1 FStanly 3000 ARdrgt 3b 3011 Doyle 4110 Tramal 4 1 2 0 Total 3121011 Total Sill! New York 440 0U0IM2 Detroit 100 II 00-l E-WMaker, Kettles. Morris. DP-New York 1 LOB-New York S. Detroit II 2B-Corcoran. Blair. HR-CbamDua (6). RWwe (6). (-Wutaker. 9 inn so New York Figuerea 4M I 1 t t I L) 1 11-1 1- t I MrCd .1 1(111 ika 1.44 I ) I S 1 t Sties 115 130 Mom 114 111)1 T-2 A-S.03. akriM III CatiforiU RMiller cf Grich 2b Mchmr 2b Bostock rf Landrex rf Fairly lb Baylor If Solaita dh RJcksn 3b Chalk ss Mullnks ss Downing c Total Texts aorlU 4 010 Hargnr lb 300 Alomar lb 10 01 Cmpnrs ss 1010 Mason si 1 0 00 Wills 2b 4 0 00 Zisk If 1010 Lownstn If 1010 Bonds rf 10 0 0 Jorgnsn rf lOtOPutnm dh lOtOSundbrg e 1010 Harrah 3b BThmps cf 11 0 S 0 Total abrbbi 1100 1000 200 10 2200 lilt 1000 123 1000 4110 1011 2000 101 2171 Houston Puhl cf Walling If Cabell 3b JCrui rf Watson lb Howe 2b Baldwin c Fischlin ss Howard ph Sexton ss Dixon p Brgmn ph Total Calileraia - Texas I 3 I I-1 E-Knapp.DP-Texasl.LOB-Calilomia4, Texas 2 2B-Bostock, Sundberg, Baylor. HR Bonds 2 (11). SB-Harrah. S-Camp-neris. IP H RERBBSO California Knapp L,74 S 4 7 7 4 1 DMiller 1 Texas Jenkins W.H I S ( I I T-2.04. SECOND GAME Ciliftrmt Tetas ahrhti akrhbi RMiller cf 51 10 Hargnr lb 1120 Grich 2b 4111 Jorgnsn lb 110 0 Bostock rf S 0 2 0 Cmpnrs St 1210 Rudi K S 1 2 1 Mason 111 Baylor dh 1312 Wills 2b 131 Fairly lb 4 1 1 1 Alomar 2b 111 RJcksn A HttLwnstn ph ltl Mullnks 11 Harrah 3b I Chalk 3b 41 1 1 Zisk H 411 Hmphry e lit Bonds if 111 Solaita ph lit Put ran dh lit Downing c ttlt JElhs t 4011 Bevacq 2b 41 BThmps f 1111 Total 24114 Total mill CaKlorala 00 Oil 1 1 4k- Texts 11 II 1 1 a 8 E-Hiaiphrey, Campneris. DP-Califormi I. Texas 1. LOB-Calilomia 9. Texas I 2B-Bevacqa, Zisk, Bonds. HR-Baylor (II). SB-Vtilh, Bonds, Jorgeuen, Harrah. S-Campnensl IP B.ERBBSO California Gnffin 11 421 7 4 1 1 tome! 124 1 1 I DMiller 124 I I I I t Texas DAIexndr V44 421 0 1 1 I 0 Clvlmd 214 I I II Save-CKIand (71. HBP-SThompsi (by DMiller), Campneris (by HarMIl, Baylor (by Cleveland! PB-Humpdrej. T-2 41 A- -27 JH. Dune if Poena 2k Eua e Guerrer ss TDoaco 2b Page db Newina e Edwrds 2b Reonaj lb Ahaoa I Armas cf abrbbi 411 411 3111 ftaaaaaCtry Brtsaa I Wusoa cf McRae dh GBrett 3b Porter, e Hofdle lb LaCock Ik Cflwns ff Poqurtt rf Zdeb I Patek as FWhlte 2b Total abrbbi Sli OoUtsa) I t-t basts Oty 12 I- E-G Brett. Patek. Newma DP-Oailand LbssasCtyl LOB-Oaaiaii.KaBsasCy San Diego abrbbi abrhbi 4 010 Richrds If 3 0 2 1 4 0 0 0 OSmith ss 4 010 DThoms cf 2 0 0 0 Winfield rf 3 010 Gamble rf 3 0 0 0 DRbrts lb 3 010 FGnzIz 2b 1 0 0 0 Almon 3b 1 0 0 0 Sweet c 0 0 0 0 Perry p 2000 toon 28 0 4 Total 3011 4 000 4120 302 0 1010 4000 4111 4110 2 000 32 3 10 3 Houston 00 00- San Dlrgo 0 0 0 Oil 1 I s- 3 E-Baldwin, OSmith, Watson, Puhl. DP-Houston I, San Diego 3. lOB-Hmiston 3, San Diego 8 2B-OSmith, Winfield. SB-FGonja-lei. OSmith. S-Perry, IP H RERBBSO Dixon L.31 1 10 3 2 2 0 Sao Diego Perry V.,6-2 9 4 0 0 1 4 T-2:08. A 12.055 Atlanta Roysler 2b Bonnell cf Horner 3b Mtthws rf Gaston If Murphy c Pocorob e Campbel p Chaney ss Hanna p Solomon p Beall lb Total San Francisco abrhbl abrbbi 4 0 0 0 Madlck 2b 1110 401 Andrws 2b 4000 4000 Whttfild If S33I 20 10 Evans 3b 410 4020 McCovy lb 4 000 4 0 0 0 Dwyer lb 0 0 0 0 3 010 HCruz rf 0 0 0 0 Herndn cf 3 0 0 0 RMtigr ss 0 0 0 0 Hill c 2 0 0 0 Blue p 1000 31 1 5 1 Total 4 2 34 3111 4131 40 1 1 4000 mm Atlanta III III - baa Fraaciseo III 1 1 1 1 x-1 E-Gaston, Horner. DP-San Francisco 1. iOB Atlanta 6, San Francisco 2B- Whitfield. HR Whitfield (5), HCruz (4). SB-Herndon, RMetzger. IP H RERBBSO Atlanta Hanna L.6-2 1-3 5 6 6 1 I Solomon 523 5 2 2 0 3 Campbell .2 2 1111 Saa Francisco Blue W.10-4 9 3 0 0 2 7 WP-Hanna3.T-2U5.A-9.267. Rose lb Griffey rf Cncpcn ss Foster ff Driessn lb Geronm cf Kenndy 2b Werner c Lum ph Correll e Norman t .DaClns ph Bair p Total Us Angeles abrhbi 40 10 Lopes 2b 4 000 Russell ss OOOOGarvey lb 4000 Cey 3b 4 010 DBaker If 410 Lacy rf 1 00 0 North cf 1 0 0 0 Yeager c lOOOHooton p tooo 1000 1000 ( 2903 Total abrbbi 40 20 400 4121 301 30 00 4000 30 20 3000 1000 291 II Cmcwmati (- Los Aageles Ml III - E-Rose. DP-Cincinnati I. LOB-Cincin-nati , Los Angeles I 2B-Cey, Dnessen. HR-Garvey 19). S-Hooton 2, Norman. IP U RERBBSO Cmeknati Norman 144 7 7 1 1 1 Ban- 1 I t I 1 Los Aageles Hooton W .64 I 1 I I ) S T-2 02. A-51,06l Transactions BASEBALL AsMricoa Leigw CLEVELAND INDIAN S-Named Hirry JorwoorotpiaiiucrelitMBiaadJoiBick publicity director. NEW YORK YANKEES-RecaBed Damajo Carets, nafielder. from Taeona of the Pacific Coast League. Placed Catfish Hunter, pitcher, an the 11-day disabled list TORONTO BUX JAYS-Cafled op Victor Cnu. pitcher, (ma Syracuse of the laterna-txnal League. Nitind Leane CHICAGOaBS-PlacedBill Bocknrr. first basemao-outfieloer, the 134a; disabled kst Secured the attract af Jerry What, center neWer LOS ANGELES DODGERS-Signed Bil Swvarki Jr.. mtcher, and asugned tarn to Sal Anomo of the Texas League. MONTREAL EXPOS-fransferred the coa tract of Jerry White, outfielder . la the Chicago Cubs from Denver af the American Association ST LOIIS CARDINALS Acnaired Roy Thomas, ptcher. by an trrevocabie warm SAN DIEGO PADKES-CalM op Mark Wiley, pitcher, from Hamaa af the Pacific Coast League FOOTBALL Kttiml FoMM Lrtne ATLANTA FALCONi-Signed Stan Walde-more. gyard, Brian Cabral and David Adkins. knebarters; Toil Pndemore, siiety. ana Rifkv Pim rmrnt back BALTU40RE COLTS-&gned Tn Baylor, defensive back. Darrel Luce, batbacter; Rnosevrt Leaks, tuiiback. and Jimmy kesv edv.tudiead. Toski Offers Free Clinics World famous golf teacher Bob Toski, a former PGA tour player, opens a weekend of free golf clinics today at Preston Lincoln-Mercury on Franklin Road. Toski will continue his clinics tomorrow at Temple Hills Country Club on Sneed Road. abrhbl 4121 30 2 1 500 20 00 3010 2100 4 110 40 2 1 4010 2000 1000 0000 1000 00 00 1000 38 33 Pittsburgh New York abrbbi Taveras ss 5 011 Mazalli cf Gamer 3b 4 110 Foil ss Parker rf 5 000 SHndrsn If BKbnsn If 3 0 2 1 Montnz lb Slenntt 2b 3 010 Kranepl rf Sanguln lb 3 010 Yongbld rf Tekulve p 0 0 0 0 Steams c Stargell ph 1 0 0 0 Randle 3b Whitson p 0 0 0 0 Flynn 2b Dyer c 3 010 Kocsmn p Ott c 2010 Hodges ph Moreno cf 3110 Lockwod p DRobnsn p 2 00 0 Boisclr ph Milner lb 1 000 DMurry p BVIntn ph Total 39 2 9 2 Total Pittsburgh 600 Ml 101 W 2 New York Ml 006 IM 01- 1 Two out when winning run scored DP-Pittsburgh I, New York I. LOB- Pittsburgh 8, New York 12. 2B-Maizi!li, BRobm-son, Foli. HR-Mazzilli (5). SB- Moreno 2. S DRobinson. Foli. SF Randle IP H RERBBSO Pittsburgh DRobinson 7 1-3 8 2 2 2 5 Tekulve 2 23 1 0 0 3 0 Whitson L.I 2 2-3 2 1 1 2 2 New York Koosman 7 7 2 2 3 4 Lockwood 2 2 0 0 0 1 UMurray W.3-3 2 0 0 0 0 1 PB Ott T 3:15. A 16.594. Chicago Philadelphia .k . k M 2 0 0 0 JMartin cf 3 0 2 0 Bowa ss 1 0 0 0 Schmdt 3b 4 0 2 0 Uunski If 4 0 0 0 McBrid rf 4 0 0 0 Cardenl If 3 0 0 0 GMddx cf 1 0 0 0 McGraw p 3 1 1 1 Foole c 3 0 0 0 Sizemor 2b White cf Cross 11 dines If Murcer rf Biittner lb Tnllo 2b Rader c Vail ph DeJesus si Meoli 3b Roberts p McGllhn p Total 3 0 I 0 Ruthven p 0 0 0 0 Hebner lb 31 1 1 1 Total abrhbl 5 2 2 1 1120 1000 1122 00 00 301 4132 tooo 4 0 00 30 3 110 1000 32(10 0 Chicago Ml III ll-l Philadelphia II! 41-6 DP Philadelphia 1. LOB-Chicago 5, Philadelphia 7. 2B-Bowa. HR-DeJesus 13), JMartin 141, GMaddox (41. SB- GMaddox, Luzinski. S White, Bowa. SF-Cardenal. IP H RERBBSO Chicago Roberts L.3-2 1 4 4 3 2 McGlothen 2 2 110 0 Philadelphia Ruthven W.3-7 7 1110 2 McGraw 2 I I 0 1 I T-2 13. SECOND GAME Chicago " Philadelphia ahrkhi abrbbi White cf 110 0 McBrid if 4 2 2 Kellehr 3b 0 000 Bowa ss 4 121 Gross If 10 0 0 Schmdt 3b 111 Clines If 1011 Luzinski If 1011 Murcer cf 4 010 JMartin If 0 0 0 0 Biittner lb 4 0 2 1 Hebner lb 4 010. Tnllo 2b 4 0 0 0 GMddx cf 4 010 DeJesus ss 4 0 0 0 Boone c 10 2 0 Meoli 3b 2 010 Sizemor 2b 110 0 DMoore p 1 0 0 0 Lonborg p 2 0 0 Kngmn ph 1 0 0 0 McCrvr ph 1110 Cox c 2 0 0 0 McGraw p 00 0 Rader e 20 00 Lamp p 2 0 10 Geisel p 0 00 0 Vail rf 1000 Total 21 1 ( I Total II ( 12 1 Chicago 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I Philadelphia 11 III Its-t E-Cox. DP-Chicago 4. LOB-Chicago 7. Philadelphia 4 2B-Lamp, Bowa. SB-Schmidt. SB McBride, Bowa, Luzinski, McCarver. IP H RERBBSO Chicago Lamp 124 l3 I S S I Geisel t 1 I I ( ( DMoore 1 13 2 0 0 0 2 Philadelphia Lonborg W.6-5 7 4 0 1 McGraw .2 2 I 1 I I HBP-Schmidt (by Lamp). T-2 28. A-45,234. Montreal Cash 2b Speier ss Cromart If Atkinson p Perez lb EValntn rf Dawson cf Carter t Parrish 3b TwitchU f Mejias pn SchaUdr p I nser If Total abrhbi S120 4010 401 tooo 4111 4122 4111 1111 4020 0000 0000 1000 Illl 111 3S41I4 St Louis Tmpltn ss Morales cf KHrnra lb Simmns If Hendrck rf ReiU 3b Swisher e Tyson 2b Vuckvch p LitteU p abrhbi 4211 1100 111 100 Total 2118 I Montreal III III II SL Li I SI III II E-Speier. DP-Montreal I, St Louis L LOB-Montreal 6, St Lours 6 2B-Templeton, Hendnck I Perez. HR-EValntme IN), Simmons 17), Dawson (10). SB- Carter. SF-KHrnandz, Uaaer. IP H RERBBSO Montreal May L.6-7 I 4 S S ) t TwitcheD I I I I I I Srhatzedr 4 1111 Atkinson ) ) 1 I St Lws VockoKh W.44 (24 I I I 1 Litiell 21-3 2 I 1 I i Save-Utell (3). HBP-Swisher (by May) WP-Vackovicb 1-2:28. A-13. Pro Golf OAKYTLLE, Cat (API Secarround scores yesterday m the 123I 6N Canadian Open Goal Champions ap oa the 760-yari par-71 Glen Abbey GoV Club course (a4enotea anateurl: 140 - Pat McGowaa. Jeff He HI - Jim Colbert. Joist Schreeder. H2-Bob Shearer. HI - George Burns. BUI Penan, Brace Lietzke. Mike McCuuough 144 - Ben Crenshaw Mark Lye. Bob Shaw, Wayne Levi. Ed Sneed. 145 - Jack Nicklaos. Gary Player. Tea Panzer, Lee Trerino. Lee Elder 146 - Stan Lee. Mite Sulliiaa, Arnold Palmer. John Mahal ley, BJI Kratzert, Bob Una. Barney ThomtBoa. Gary Ostrega. 147 - Bob lender. Rei CaidweiL Bosky Henry. Leonard Thonwoa. John Lister t - Ray Fiord. Gary McCord. Carton Whte. Brace Robertson, Allen Miller. Bobpy Stroble. Dawj Ednrdt. Keith Ferf.- Rod Fauna. Tom Kile. Peter Ooslerbuts. BUI Caller H - CaMn Peete. Moms Hataliky. iady North, Terry Diehl, Ed Dougherty, Joe Inman. 150 - Tommy Aaron, Jim Denl, Howard Twitty, Orville Moody, D A. Weibring, Phil Hancock, Jim Simons, Mark Pfel, Charles Coody, Greg Powers. 151 - Curtis Strange, Kermit Zarley, Graham Marsh, Barry Jaeckel, Gay Brewer, Phil Rodgers, Ed Sabo, Don Iverson, Chi Chi Rodriguez, Jerry Pale, Brady Miller. HERSHEY, Pa. (AP) - First-round scores yesterday in the 150,000 Lady's Keystone Open onthe6,394yard,par-?2HersbyO)untryClub course (a-dewtes amateur): 67-JaneBlalock. 69-Peggy Conley. 70 - Pat Bradley, Jane Renner, Eva Chang. 72 - Judy Clark, Amelia Rorer, Vicki Fergon, Sally Little. 73 Sylvia Ferdon, Jenny Lee Smith, Donna H. White, Debbie Austin, Connie Chillemi, Jerilyn Britz, Nancy Lopez. Sue Beming. 74 - Joyce Kazmierski. Barbara Moxness, Barbara Mizrahie. Laren Hoew, Marlene Floyd, Ai-Yu-Tu, Beth Solomon, Gloria Ehrel, Kathy Cornelius, Susan Lynn, Debbie Massey, Betsy King. Particulars NWGA At OLD HICKORY Two Ball Best Ball -ary Jane Page and Mary Lynn Crane 63; Polly Martin and Ruth Eller 65; Edith Zucker and Selma Goldstein 65. BELLE MEADE Nashville Seniors - low gross Ross Cheshire 77: low net Merrill Hovey 59: Class A William Hardiman 60, Howard Baldridge S3; John Peebles 66, Jack Downey 67: Class B-Tom Bowers 80, Jack Reynolds 81: Doswell Brown 68. Bob Walker 70; Class C.Marvin Hasty 83, Ben Thompson 84; Ed Dezevallos 65, John Barum, Bill Buist, Paul Thompson 67; Class D Houghton Vaughn 80, Ken Rucker 84; W.E Jones 63, Charles Creagh, Gene Myers, Paul Phillips 71; Class E Charles Mager 85. Dale McFarland89; RoscoeSmith64, Arnold Brash, Ernest Jones 69 BRENTWOOD Nine hole ladies Might front nine - Tanks-ley Easter, Bland Whitley 28, Louise, Bob Cowan 29. Irma, Pek Peterson in Martha, Roger Chase 32'; Back nine Marshall, Mary Lou Bracy 43, Stan, Virginia Saver 30, Jim, Linda Jacobs 31, George, Lillian Diethore i. BLUE GRASS Twilight - Most of a kind-Claude, Bette Seabolt 66, Abe, Lou Jenkins 95, Charles, Carolyn Miller 95, Gert McCluskey 96, Gladys Reichardt 96. MILLWOOD Pro-Member - Team results-Bobby Nicols, Tom McLaughlin, Nick Daughlery. Slirton Oman; Mike Nixon, Bill Balls, David Smith, George Mercy; Joe Taggert 70, Bobby Nichols, Evert Day, Mike Nixon, Bill Franklin 71. Top Ten NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB R H Pel. Griffey Cin 68 277 43 90 .323 Puhl Htn 56 229 29 74 .323 Burroughs At) 64 211 28 68 .322 Dnessen Cin 61 220 35 69 .314 Foster Cin 67 265 46 83 JI3 RStnith LA 53 195 36 61 .313 Lopes LA 57 208 44 65 .313 Bowa Phi 59 253 34 79 .312 Parker Pgh 62 244 38 76 .311 Madlock SF 49 188 28 38 .309 ' Home Runs Luzinski, Philadelphia, 15; Foster. Cincinnati, 15; Kingman. Chicago. 14; Monday, LosAngeles, 12; Parker.Wtsburgh. II; RStnith, LosAngeles, II; Winfield, SanDiego, 11. Ram Baited h Foster, Cincinnati, 52; Montanez, New York, 44; Garvey. LosAngeles, 44; Morgan, Cincinnati, 43; Cey, LosAngeles, 43. Pitching tl Decisions) Bonham, Cincinnati, 8-1, .889; Hanna, Atlanta, 6-1, .857; Perry, SanDiego, 7-2, .778; Molfitt, SanFrancisco, 6-2, .750; Mnlefusco, SanFrancisco.6-2, .750; Grimsley, Montreal, 11-4, .733; Zachry, NewYork, 8-3, .727. Nor-man, Cincinnati, 84, .727. AMERICAN LEAGUE G AB R H Pet Carew Min 60 224 36 79 .353 Piniella NY 46 159 21 53 J33 Reynolds Sea 65 228 24 75 J29 Rice Bsn 68 282 51 91 .323 RoJackson d 52 IN 24 58 XU Lynn Bsn 61 225 32 72 .320 Cubbage Min 32 162 IS 51 .313 Sundberg Tex 62 214 21 (7 J13 Cooper Mil 51 195 32 (I -3IJ Lezcano Mil 58 189 31 39 312 Home Raas Rice, Boston, 22; JThompsa, Detroit, 17; Baj lor, California, 17; G Thomas, Milwaukee, H; Evans, Boston, 13 Raas Batted Rice.Boston. 64, Staub. Detroit. 48; Hobson, Boston, 46; EMurray. Baltimore, 45: Zisk. Texas, 45. , PHehmf. (1 IMsieas) Guktry, New York, 124, 1.000; Tanana. California, 11-1. .716; Eekersley, Boston. 7-2, .771; Torrez. Boston. IM, .769. Gale. Kansa-sCity, 6-2, .750; Flanagan. Baltimore, 114. .733. Palmer .Baltimore, 104, .714; 2Tied With .700. All Star Voting NEW YORK (API - Leaden after three weeks of fan voting tor American League All Star posmons: CATCHER I Carlton risk. Bostoa. 846,935: 2, Thormaa Munson. New York. 711; J, Jim Sundberg. Texas ea.4.tiltUay1Detrtiit,!IS.9nOl5, Drctl Porter. Kansas City, 135,737; 6. Bnaa DowaiRi. Caldorsta, J. Stack WyK exar.ltiittsou.riT5 rftST BASE 1 Rod Carew, Minnesota, 1.274,420. 1 Mike Hargrove. Texas. 04 J51; 1 Chris Chamblisa, New York, 275J5I. 4, Cecil Cooper, !-kee. 201.614; S, Jason Thompson. Detroit, M,4 , 4. George Scott . Boston, 146.6S6. 7. Lee May. Bilumore. W SECOND BASE 1 Willie Rmwpb, New York , 652 .535; 1 Bump Wills. Texas. 439 195; J. Don Money. Milwaukee. 375.51: 4, Boctj GncbCaldor- u. W .927 . 5. Jerry Remy. Boston, 336W . , JoreeOrta. Onraaa. 217 JO. 7. Duaae kjnper. Oeveund, mtn wict L George Brett. Kansas Oy. 7JW47: I Graig Nettles, New York, S74il. 1 1 Butck Hobun. BXon. 4255: 4, Toby Harrak. Texas, J3114J. 5, Buddy Bell. Cleveiand. 278,193; 6, Eric Soderholm, Chicago, 158,151 ; 7, Roy Howell, Toronto, 58,232. SHORTSTOP I, Fred Patek, Kansas City, 566,673; 2. Bert Campaneris, Texas, 555,538; 3, Rick Burleson, Boston, 522.222; 4, Bucky Dent, New York, 408,456; 5, Robin Yount, Milwaukee, 246,757 ; 6, Mark Belanger, Baltimore, 198,159; 7, Ranee Mulliniks, California, 82,923. OUTFIELD I, Jim Rice, Boston, 1,115,442 : 2, Reggie Jackson, New York, 749,684 ; 3, Richie Zisk, Texas, 684,528; 4, Carl Yastrzemski, Boston, 689,347; 5, Fred Lynn, Boston, 579,777; 6. Al Oliver, Texas, 480,310; T.Bobby Bonds, Texas, 406 263; 8, Mickey Rivers, New York, 341,761; 9, Larry Hisle, Milwaukee, 306,879; 10, Hon LeFlore, Delroit, 260,785; 11, Rusty Staub, Del roil, 214,042, 12, Sixto Lezcano, Milwaukee, 198,108. Softball SHELBY PARK East Church League-Hiilcresl 15, Green Street 12; Calvary 12, Memorial 7; First Nazarene 20, Trinity 4; Jesus Only 7, Good-lettsvilleO. . Baptist H First Baptist IS, Forest Hills 12; Woodcock ll.Smith Springs!; Valley View 17, Radnor 0; Rosedale 22, Haywood Hills 8. Shelby United-Christ Church 8, Donelson 2; First Nazarene 7, Grace Nazarene 0; Madison 15, Joelton 5; Chapel 28, McKendree 16. CEDAR HILL Church of Christ Rivennood 7, Brentwood Hills 0; Goodlettsville 6, Windgate No. 2 5; WindgateNo. 1 16. Tusculum I; Charlotte Ave. No. 2 13, Antioch7; Park Avenue 18, Eleventh Street 11; Hillsboro 13, lina 12; Woodson Chapel 15, Trinity Lane 13; Rural Hills20, West Nashville Heights 5; West End 12, Charlotte Avenue No. 1 4; Woodbine 12, Hillsboro No. 2 10; Crieve Hall 13, Ashwood 7, Otter Creek i, Youth Hobby Shop 0. COLEMAN PARK Moms-King Plumbing 6, Iroquois Apartments 0; Hickerson Motel II, Slate Farm 4. MADISON PARK Baptist Men's G-Hendersonville 15. Alia Loma 4; Hillhurst II, Madison First 3; Madison Heights II, Dickerson Road 6. Baptist Women's E Riverside 7, Grace 0; Alia Loma 17, Ewing 2; Goodlettsville 31, Ivy Memorial 5. SEVEN OAKS Open-Cowboys 6, Brown's Diner 5; Mrs Grissom's 15, Arrow 9; Equitable Life II, T4R 10 TWO RIVERS Stones River Closed-Holly Carbeurator 15, Opryland Hotel 3; Servomalion 8, Service Merchandise 7; Capital Chevrolet 17, Red Kap 14; Baird Ward 18. Kusan 10 Donelson Closed Donelson Hospital 12, Wright Industry B; NEC 7, Randall Phillips 3, Transit Union II, Dixie Vols 10; Continental Insurance 7, Purity Dairy I. Baptist Men's High-Long Hollow 8, Whit-sett Chapel 7; Woodmont 15, Concord 5; Two Rivers 10, Donelson View 9; Una 16, Saturn Drive 1. WEST PARK Western United Belmont Assembly 10, Benson 5; Zion Baptist 6, Christ the King 5: Brentwood Methodist 20, Evangel Temple 6; Scotlsboro 5, Lord's Chapel 0. Methodist St. John'ss 14, St. Luke 3; Barth 21, McClurkan a; SI. Luke's No. 1 14, Bellevue 3; Crievewood 7, Woodbine 0; Forest Hills 15, St. Luke's 12; Beacon 15, Scotlsboro 0; Sylvan Park 16, Glen Leven 13; Holy Name 14, Whitney 13. 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