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2O The Salt Lake Tribune. Monday, September 5,1977 Tribune Scoreboard National League American League PCL Standings BatekOpea Philadelphia Pirrsixrvh Chicago • St. Loute Montreal New York Cincinnati Houston SM Francisco San Dieto Atlanta W L U 5) 77 » 72 62 73 43 61 74 »,*« v« M » SB Pet .619 M « 7 11 11 East New York Boston Baltimore &M« . JR TK-h W L t3 52 33 Hit Pet. .615 .610 sa .443 Toronto 10w Kansas City i; CMCMO Atlanta 7, I Cincimatl 5, PhiladdptiU 2 Houston I Montreal 1 Las Angetts I, Htsburgh 2 Chicago i San Oiego I St Uwis I. San Francisco 2 (AllthnatE&T) PhllaaXpNa (Carrton N4 and Lerch J-f> at Astros 7, Expos i HOUSTON MONTREAL akrkbi rkbi Puril It 3000 Cadi 26 4 1016 Crmrte H 4 4000 Dawwr cf 3 4116 Perez lb S 4100 Carter c tt 54 74 9 74 tO K « » D K 0*1 ..... 7, DrtfSfs Me 7, Toronto 2 .. tonrf. 7, Otv«i«nd 3 Nw York 4, Minmtota 0 BaHimcre 7, Chicago 5 Kanu* Otv i. Mlhaukm 2 Boaton L Texts 4 A3 51 -597 W S 477 £ ct 4Vl l/vi 3** SVi Ikv, X-Phoenix SaHLjke Tucson Albuquerque .% Lfd Rod tcon»Jn tht tWM BuJck (fee* •"•"ft! Tacomi San Vfi U 27 JfA 7» K 74 M ,2 7J diyliloiilitla.. Phoenix W.$aMLak«7 A*MO»trqgel», Tucson 7 Hawaii K San Jas* 2 Tacoma at Spdum, wo. Giants 10, Gulls 7 SattLak* * r k ki Matkmer* 5 126 Klm2b Attalf Undrxtf Montreal (Twijchdl HO) at Mew York 12-7) at Detroit (Wilccix Wand (Kocsman*17),2:«5p.m. 1 Xp.m St. Louis (Rasmussen 10-13) at Chfcaeo Chicago' (Wood 4-7 *nd Krevec V6) at .<RobertsO-l),2:3vp.m. OakS3(M«d(d) WardTcrraalba*4), 2, JSan Francisco (Barr 12-12) at Atlanta 3&p m . . Naw York (Torrez 15-11 and Hunter 9-7) Houston * Cleveland (Waits H and Hood 1-0), 2. nS-U), 7:35 p.m. Cincinnati (Seaver 16-5) {Lemongdto^U). 1:35 p.m. Los Angeles- (Ran 13-5) it San Dteao llll-l),2, Thonu FrazJ*r2b Ru*» Dajoauec Totals SattLafca 3210 Amaldlf 5211 HnMmrn* 5150 Jamatlb 5120 Jwta*3b 2112 Speedrf 5132 Bradley* 3111 Sandrtnd 1110 Martin c 4011 a 7 u t Totau IN Texas (Alexander 134) at Ml.nnasota (Thamodiaard 10-101. t.-Oo.m. na_u« i ^,. * ~— -— - \ BostoMAwe 3-1 wA Cleveland M) at JJ^cphifJ? 5? ^^ 2b-3Lrwld, Laadreaox Ru: S 1 J 1 Bobby Watari, fM 5131 Parry LUHM . IB-7 SlanAHatrt.» 7 7.» &2- M BobGW>er,SS17.14 Toronto (Byrd 2-t and Oancy 2-5), 1 5:00 P.rr at California Howard U Citetllb Caderod JCru/ rt Ferosnc . Watson ,„. RMetzru Howe3b JGnzli a> JHekrop 3090 Tttll 2000 Speler ss 4110 J Brown p 2001 Sdudr p . 4021 McKnin ph Aicafap Me! IK ph Attain p Friasph 3000 n 7 7 7 Tai 4*2 III tit-7 ' i ^E-Parrhh. 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HEP—Alton NPL Standings U.S. Amateur .NEWTOWN SQUARE. Pa. (AP) - Summartai in the TTIh annual U.S. Amateur GoH QiamploMMp Sunday at. Aro________ DM FHchKjer, Comersvllle, Ind bwlMicnaet Brjnnaii, Salinas. C*H.. I •ndl Ratph Landnim, South Fort Mltcnell. Ky., feaat Tim Bond, Abardeen, Wash., John Foutfit, TUUatfn, Ore., btat Vln- nb GUn. Rlcninond. Va, 3 aid 1. Jay Start, Me»»mn Square, Pa- beat Wart BaCn, East Aurora, N.Y., i and 4. Bobby Cole Neul Phoenix Trips Galls * \ c~~,iai r« TV,* Trihime each had three hits for the.Gi Buiek Open Win FLINT, Mich. (AP) — Bobby Cole fired a five-under-par 67 Sunday to finish at 271 and earn one-stroke victory over Fred Marti in the $100,000 Buick Open. Cole, 28, started the day at 204, two strokes behind third-round leader Peter Oosterhuis. But the little South African birdied five of the first six holes and surged to an early lead which he never relinquished. He had to survive bogeys on 14 and 15 but birdied 17. Oosterhuis managed a one-under 71 over the final 18 boles to finish in a two-way tie for third at 15-under-par 275 with Jeff Mitchell. Mitchell, who was married just three weeks ago, fired a 69 in the final round. "I thought I'd have to shoot 66 to win," Cole said as he waited to see what Oosterhuis — who was playing in the final group, right behind him — would do on the last hole. "I snot 67 and I hope it's good enough." Cole said that he, Oosterhuis and another South African, Dale Hayes, had dined together the night before the final round. What, he was asked, did they talk about? "We never talked about golf," Cole said. When Oosterhuis could manage only a par on the final hole and his victory was secure, Cole's face broke into a triumphant grin. It was his first PGA victory in the United States after nine years of trying. "It's been my dream to win in America," Cole said. "The standard is so high over here. But I never quit. I'd quit only when I couldn't walk any more." Cole's share of the prize money was $20,000 and use of a new car for a year. Special to The Tribune PHOENIX—The Phoenix Giants scored eight runs in the final three irwunga, wiping out an early Salt Lake lead and then holding off the Gulls in the ninth Inning to defeat Salt Lake, 10-7, here Sunday night. Tommy Toms, the premier relief pitcher in toe PCL this season, retired long ball hitter Bob Jones with two aboard for the final out of the game to preserve the victory. It was Phoenix' seventh win in nine decisions over the Gulls here this season. FfaalGame • The final game of the regular season for the Gulls will be played here Monday night (8:30 p.m. MDD.with Bob Lesslie (2-0) on the mound for the Gulls. Bob Dressier (9-10) pitches for Phoenix. The Giants head for Hawaii Wednesday to open the playoff series with the Islanders. In other Coast League action Sunday, Albuquerque whipped Tucson 10-7 : and Hawaii blasted San' Jose 14-2. The Spokane-Tacoma game was postponed because of gas fumes. Umpire Eric Gregg became ill from fumes of gasoline burned to dry out the home plate area Sunday in Spokane and called off the contest after two innings. Gregg said he called the game because he did not want to endanger his health. It was another slugfest here Sunday as both teams rapped out 14 base hits. Everyone in the Phoenix lineup had at least one hit, with shortstop Tom Heintzleman leading the way with two singles, a double, three runs scored and one RBI. Skip James drove home the first three Giants' runs with a pair of singles. Fred Frazier and Ken Landreaux each had three hits for the:Gulls. Frazier had the only home run of the game, a solo blast, his eighth,,in the seventh inning. The Gulls took a 2-0 lead over Phoenix with single runs in the first two innings as Landreaux doubled home Kim Allen in the first inning and Lawrence, Bush drove in Dick Thon with a second inning double. . — But John Racanelli (7-«) couldn't hold the lead and Phoenix touched him. for two runs in the fourth inning and four in the sixth. • -; More Scoring < j The Giants added two more Tuns Ln each of the next two innings 'to take a 10-5 lead into' the ninth. Salt Lake scored twice in the final inning and had Jones, who has 18 homers this year, at bat before Toms put out the fire. __. . The Gulls' best threat came ,in";the eighth when Landreaux and .Butch Alberts reached on infield dribblers' and Willie Aikens got a bloop single loading the bases. Thon's fly ball produced one run and Frazier's double to right knocked home another. But "Terry Cornutt, the second Giant huriervwig- gled out of the jam and the Gulls' left'the bases loaded. : •"•»•••• » Phoenix broke away from a 2-2 tie by scoring four times in the sixtyf'Con- secutive singles by Chris Arnold, Heintzleman, James and Garry Jesiadt brought in two of the runs, and,, '$8$F, an intentional walk to Horace Speed, Rick Bradley and Rick Sanderlin hit sacrifice fly balls to produce another pair. Daniel Boone pitched the finAl two innings for the Gulls, giving up two runs on four base hits. < . V. 3 2 t NATIONAL FOOTBAU, 2 - * CINCINNATI --Res** : Krrfght 3b : Cncpcnss Morgan 2b • GFosn-lf 1 Bench rf • Umrt ' Dnsenlb akrkkl PHILA Gmimocf Nm 1 1 LI i p Tatal 00i« Bowass 5100 Stnmdl3b 5021 UnMu If 5341 DJhnu lb 4020 Martin rf 0000 Boontc 5833 Slzmre2b 4000 Kaatp 5010 Brusstrp 4010 OBrnph Garner p McCvrph McGrwp McSdeph 41 S U S Tatal IP H ! Ml i 11-} 2 ERMSO , ? 3 J Hamilton 401 o LaGro* 400 Carroll (LM) * u ' r u_'r» - J i 544 1 1-3 0 0 2-3 o 3 3 301. 4130. 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DaHas U Cleveland W, Green Bay 14 10) 9 7 Kaal (U6-8) Brusstar Garber •McGraw 1-2:56. A-««l. 41-3 9 3 2-3 0 0 2 2 S ! 2 1 } 1 D 0 1 0 Mratt DP-Oakland III aSIIlt- 1 2*1 I3IIOI- 5 Dtroit 3. LOB^-Oak- Nrw York Jth K, New York Giants 0. New England 45. Wastitaefon 7 Ntariay^Oamts Atlanta at Kansas City, 10:30 p.m.. HR-Page 2 SF-Staub. Oetmit 4. 2B-Stat«: 3&-Kemp. * ' Kemp (18), TabB (S). 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Office cf 1000 Aslstnerf \l\\ Royals6,Brewers2 £££« J 1 1\ MILWAUKEE KAMSASCiTY QnpbH p 0100 amrlibi "*" 4689 2Hebtf 4010 McRaedh 4120 GBrettJb 4 1 i 2 Cowemrf 4«0) Ohscf 3010 Wstruric 3000 Pateku 300e LaCocklb 2000 FWKte 2b n 2 s i Taw Braves 7, Mete 5 ATLANTA NEW YOU arkbi i 5121 RanHe3b 4100 Mazilli d 5122 Boisdr rf 5231 Hendsntf 4020 Hner lb Join Fau*£ Tautartn, Ore. beat Jay Sign, Niwtewn StMre, Pa.. 2 up. LPGA Scores SPRINGFIELD, Ht (AP) I ban art the scorn of players who completed the final round Sunday in lie tlBUB) LPGA RaM Mocular Dyshrophy GtH Clastic The teaoers had not ompWefl their rounds when play was suseendad by rafn. Gloria Htrsl 71-75.72-70—288 Sandra Pahner 73-73-72-71— m Barbara Barrow 70-71-77-71—289 Joanne Camer 73-74-72-70—2» Penny Putz 74-71-73-70-«0 Sandra Burrs 71-7J-70-72—J92 Betsy CuNan «t-75-76-73—2f2 Jo Ann Prentice 0MMT-73— ; 292 Patty Hayes 73-74-73-72—292 71-73-74-74-« 7S«-73-73-US 73-74-75-71-JW 7y-70-72-7?-294 74-72-7S-73-2* 74-73-73-72-2»4 7i-73-73-7J-»4 n-73-74-74-294 W-72-77-74—294 73-76-72-74-295 7S-73-75-72-W 71-74-74-7&-294 Madsen Nears Racing Title In Bonny 'Double Points' |~ WITH THIS AD COTOOT "| STEEL ! 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DP-Attanta i New Tom Weiskopf B-Altanta York •E-Moreno. • OP-LojAiiaele* I LOB-'•* Gdmer. HR—Snuth (27). - Yeaoer (14). SB-Taveras. >.— '- OJones (UM) -'-•• Wrrilson ' "=TJones • iw 'John(W,iM) Mark Hayes Marfr^ HR-Pocorob* (7). S8-Orfice. Gary r __ , _ 9475 2B-Montanez. PocorciA Moort 38- Ray Floyd " * ' 5 Mayer III 1*1 til- 2 Ra ™ 11 *' rHndenon. S-PNk*ro. SF-Mil- Jack NicMaus (•4 1111 Ix-i »• — ' *9-6*-67-262 67-71-45-203 47-6»-72-387 4I-W-70-2D7 8^-* _ pniekro (W.14-17 Campbell Myrtck Cards 8, Giants 2 . LOUIS' SAN HUN PB-Moore A-24330. IP N R ERBBSO 41-3 4 5 3 2 1 12-3 1 8 0 0 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 O a « 5 2 2 2 4 PB Balk-C*fdwell. T-2:29. IU-2) IP H R 71-311 5 12-31 0 0 44 52-3 6 3 21-3 I 0 1 1 (7). ERUw Sewriano Mlesleros WP-PNiekro. 5 Ben Crensnaw 2 Tom Watson 0 Jerry McGee 1 Hsieh Min-Nan 1 Lee Trev'mo 2 B-PacoroU- HBP-By PNiekro (LFos- HuberiGreen r). Balk-BiMwin. T-2:42. A-»*S. Ernesto Perei Acosta Hubert Green 69-79-71-210 6*-73-7o-212 71-71-30-212 72-7W»-213 71-48-74-213 7547-72-214 74-69-72-215 74-72-70-2I& -69-75-217 •. Brock n akrkW akrhH .4011 Thomas cf 4120 Angels 7, Indians 3 U.S. Open Tennis 74-7*-74-222 78-74-73-227 , , Ptnllios ss . Tyson 2b . Urreap ^. ~: T*M ~" : 1 1 6 t RAnon 2fi 51 1 B Madlck 3b 5121 McCvy lb 3 * 8 t Evan if 21 IS CUrurt 4121 AUnderc 4134 LeMttrss 3dll Mttscop 3110 Curtisp 20iO Whftftdpri Hwrto p M I M 7 Tatal CLEVELAND aarhki 4010 4 t 1 0 1000 3101 4810 3111 1100 3000 CALIFORNIA 3011 4121 rhH 4009 Boileycf 4000 R*myJb 301 C Bands rt 3000 SaWI*lb 2680 RoJksnph 0000 Brigaslb 1 560 Bavtordh 0000 Mlrnksss J! lit Chak3b Horn If St. Lews 111 211112- I Hmrtiyc SaaFnacDo ittltlttl-J E-Atexatxw i DP-St. Louis I. San Tatal Francisco V L06-SI. Louis 5, San Fran- 41 7 U 7 Tatal Cisco 5. 2B-Brock, Reitz 3, KHmandz 2- HR-McCovev (22). S8-Thm»son, Phil- CaMarmt tips. S-Urrea 2. CkHabatl . N> H R ERMSO E-BBetL DP-CaHtomia I Cleveland 9 422361. LOe-OHHomJa 14. Cleveland 6. 2B- * 55423 Kendall, Humphrey. Bon*. HR-Bevtor 1 0 0 0 0 1 IW). SB-Baytor, Bailey. S-Humphrey. Tooele Best Ball FOREST HILLS, N. v. (API - sum- TTa9TEeS Rl the ttttrtj fOUtld Of tta* M62f4?0 Iwnts chamrtorahtps it the Laaden after Ire Toot* Stale Two^in Be** Ball West Side Tennis Club: 5 1 2 2 Oadt 3b 4 0 1 1 Kuiper 2b 502! BBeil 36 3 1 1 1 Marmg d 1 1 1 1 Thortn * 0000 Prultt rf 4 1 2 2 Carry * 4 I 1 0 BotMe tf 5131 Kendall c 5 2 3 ft JNorris ph 4011[Hrrtvu Lwnfn ph HiSswere: Biom Bora. Sweden, beat Omy Parun, Low ew Zealand. 6-1, ' ~ ' ' New . 6-3. tearnamen! Sunday at Oquirrh : Three-«ay tie for firs* at 67: I1U, -.rarosK 1 ...... Paul ChristiaraeaMlfch Hver; . Jimmy Connors. Belleville. Zan Guerry, Lookout Mountain. Term, 4-1, 4-4. .. .Brian Gottfried. Lauderhin, Fl»., beatChrtsteraen; Joe Deavila^arl Frarnpton.- Jack Ridd-Butch Rldd—Buck beat Peacodi; Jim Kelty-BiH place with ----- • Fifth By Dick Rosette Tribune Sports Writer HUNTER—Four months ago, the question of the hour in auto racing conversation was: Will a spring car, roadster or rear engine creation win the 1977 super modified championship at Bonneville Raceway Park? % Well, heading into Monday's Labor Day "double points" finale at 7 p.m., you can eliminate spring car from that multiple choice question and for all intents and purposes you can probably eliminate roadster. . The fact is. Bill Madsen and his Palmer-Madsen rear engine car are on the threshold of a fifth season championship and the second in a row. When qualifying begins at 7 p.m. and the cars line up for the first trophy dash at 8 p.m. in the season-ending race, Madsen will carry a 113 point lead over Joel Terry and his offset roadster. Even though- Terry has won. the. last 'two events—the Interrnountain Open Aug. 12 13 and last Saturday night's Mel Andrus Memorial—the odds are stacked against him winning his first title since 1969. The point margin is simply too vast. But there are a good many oval track race fans who recall the summer of 1970 and the Labor Day wrapup. Wes Brunner owned a 90-point lead over Madsen and it looked like a hands-down season win. That is, until Brunner failed to get his race car started that night at the old Fairgrounds Speedway. Madsen wunt on to sweep nearly everything and capture the first of his four season crowns. What makes Monday all the more interesting is the double points tag. There will be about 20ft points available if a super modified driver were to sweep everything. That could bury a 113-point lead. All five classes of cars which have competed on alternating weekends this summer will take the green flag. That field includes, in addition to the super modifieds, the B-modifieds, the super stocks, street stocks and mini stocks. All classes outside of the A-division have champions on the throne and racing will be for shares of the double points and the $3,000 purse which all drivers will share hi for having raced the nights of April 30, July 25 and Labor Day. The leaders in the race for the top prizes from the $3,000 include Madsen, Chris Hendricks among the B cars, Springville's Jimmy Norman in super stock, Rocky Card in street stocks and Chuck Verde hi mini • stocks. The super stock race should be interesting in that the Springville racers have a big duel of their own on the Suntana track Monday night. Since the Utah County drivers rule most of the top spots in the chase 'during the double points races, the door will be left open for local drivers to have a nice payday. Monday's race marks the end of a full decade of representing auto racing as official flagman for Jim Black. Black, who has experienced everything from a broken arm to a broken leg in acting as flagman, will retire at the conclusion of the final main event. D«7a-14| ER78-14 FR78-14 RANCHO 42 LANES ,64IVi NORTH TEMPLE 17™ ANNIVERSARY MON.,SErTOWER5TH BOWLING 17 C c GB7B-14 H«78-t4 HR78-15 JR78-15 LR78-15 PLUSFET1.S7—:4!*X> AND CAPP ABLE TKAOC on 2.00 WHIU sumv LASTS CASH ft CARRY ONAPfltOVfDCUDtT RETREADS 11 ALL SIZES Snow or Highway phusr'.E.T. 4Scte7Sc andCAPPASU EXCHANOC ". TIRE WHOLESALE 3939 SO. STATE 262-2477 ------ W Jo? John McEnroe. Douglatfon. N.Y. 1000 Eddie D*DJ, Miami, 4-1 W, 4-4. 3010 ' " • 1000 Xf 71 teat Brown; Raridy Pawlowski-beVv" Smitti; Lvm FUlmore-Dave Baorman. Ho WW> ^^ B Siaatas ' J ** '*^ with SB Tracy Atslm, Rollins.Hilh> CalM., beat*^^- aSh- •**" - ^ t WU Peery; n 1 4 1 ii^= , Bruce - tanovWhRobert Own, PhU HytamHtett ?-1 Hyland. Ray Kelty-Jutian Wihoe, btt Patricia * ««**. ' ParkerT -.. Urrea (W.7-3> ,.- Mntfusco (U7-11 'i • Curtis - . Heaverio PB- Alexander. 53301 HBP-By . IP H • •2211 llt-7 (21 til lit-1 aostrom. Seattle, 4-Z 4-1. ' SSH %&£%¥%.*? Laura Soccer Results Kamy KuvkeMan. Miami, Flz.. beat K&'gS. «Sundsy^ resutti in the Pan Ftonnta Mtai. Romania. 6-14-1. World Rocky Mountain mvttahona! Soccer . (Phillips). T-2:2J. A-8J28. '.OlrCAOO •'. DeJsusss ::Oireslf '• Buduw lb :. JeHrtsct = *urcer rf I- Ontivrsa * TrilKJ 2b ",-Swsner c ." Gross ph " Cardot ph ^ Mitrwd c Burns p Sutler p Mntfusco KBrett (W.12-10) OMiller ^, , « ^ j , Fitzmrrs (LA4) Cubs 2, Padres 1 cwson SAN DIEOO Anoersen abrhbi abrkbl T-2:37. A-7^0. 4130 2oao 1010 5 3 1 0 2-314 1-3 4 3 2 0 2 0 SO Fla, . Lesley Hunt, Mill Vatkey, *•' 'TKal 4010 GRhrds It 5010 Almonss 4001 Turner * 4120 SuthndJb 4 8 0 0 tvfe 16 4020 Hendrkcf 2 C 2 J WirtflB rt 3110 Scnki2b 00*1 DRtxlic 1 fi 1 Ashtrd ss 0101 Stnney P 3 » 6 0 Tenace cti 5000 Spiltner p Tgrrtm p Rtmnd ph 34 2 10 2 Total 2000 4140 SEATTLE 4010 Bacz2b 4010 Bemht dh 4031 RuJnescf 2100 Stanton rf 2000 SWin3b 1000 M«ver lb 0900 June c 0000 Braun K 0 0 0 0-Sexton a 14 l It 1 Total Seattle 7, Jays 2 TORONTO aftrkM 5120 StaogtJb 3610 AWoods H 4112 HDV4HI 36 4122 Fairly rf 4120 Raderdh 4011 Aon \b 4010 Bowing d 3 11 I AshtY c 4221 Nardbkss « 7 11 4 TeW Ittlllllt- 2 Seattle "E-Scanton. Ashford. Trtlto. OP-Ou- DP-Seatrte 1 Toronto" i" LOB-"eathi Cariradb Baranutrt, cage 1. San Diego 1. LOB-Chicigo 11, i Toronto 5 JB-Baez, Fairly, Bowlina. Walts. Alherton, Calif. SKI Oiego 10. 2B-Hendridi. SB-Almon, Raoer. HR-Stanton (21), RuJones (22), DRobertv 5-Burris. Retttrmuod. Fairly (17), Braun (5), Sexton (1). SIP H R ERiBSO Semhardt. » T f5-J5F M p " "W" A 5- p i»eers 1; Seort'Life 4, «> 6-1, 7-6. flerflnO;lncas7, Pan World B 3. The Schedule for Mondayis games at tTnivet HIHc mat* Riverside is: 10Am. incas vs. Scort Life * orest tuns aiaie ((oorn , BUt:ri . , 2 ^^^ j^ Vs|ley ^ DrrSaaaa* Pioneers (third slaoe); 2pjrv, Alemamia Ha*** vs. Pan Worm A (championship). Vlrgjnia Wadt England vs. FtorUla I'M B T^t ll ASno^ H,as. am., w B««o X 8, Rangers 4 3000 Virginia Ruarj. Romania. BOSTON TEXAS 4010 Vitas GeruUttis, Kinos Point, N.Y., vs. 4221 Harold Satonan, SHvtr Spring. Md. Burtsen u 4 0 1 0 GuHltrmo Vile. Argentina, vs. Joe Hi- Ooy* ft 4010 9MTM. Spain. Lym d 4011 Matt Sae**e Yastrki If 3011 Baaaam Rice dh 2000 Chris Evert, Fort LavMrdate, Fl*-, vs. Ft* c fi 11 2 Nancy Richty. San Arotta. T*x. GScoB lb 111 121 tit-7 Janet Ntwbtrry. St. Ptfcramrg, Fla^ RMitr rt III lit 1 at- 2vs. Mima Janovec, Yugealavla - •— - - ' - - IWy, vs. Butch THE STATE OF UTAH INVITATION TO BID FINANCE — CENTRAL STORES, REQ. NO. 33: CoW Water Cooler and Typewriter FINANCE — PAYROLL, REQ MO. 1: File Catjmet GOVERNOR. REQ. NO. S-W: Sofa and Plastic Plant HEALTH, REQ. NO. 03239: 1973 PorrHac PARKS AND RECREATION. REQ. NO. 109: Batteries MENTAL HEALTH, REQ. NO. SCV2- Mixedlaneou* Office Equipment SUPREME COURT, REQ. NO. 4: Secretarial Chain WILDLIFE RESOURCES, REQ. NO. 124: Station Wagon and Pickup Trucks Bids win be received until 10:30 A^., 29 September 1977. A cashier's or certified check in trie amount of 10Bt> must be furnished as a deposit wHh all bid*. For further information, Inspection, etc. contact Mr. Frank R. Jex, 137 State Capitol, Salt Lake dry, Utah, or call 533-etli. J. DOUGLAS CHRISTIANSEN State Purchatrruj Aoent : ;--'*•;•}- - TS^T ^- Lvs^:^v>^?rr!w--?r ^- '^^^. 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Riecar. 75. •• VL Rotar McCMkey, LieMmrv. 57. 23. jams McEmaaOv Eagte. 4t }*. John Ru*ertara, McUrer, as. - • 2S.SaBW»tlha,McLaren,45. • aVMefc Mean. McLaren, 42. 27. Stive RWtoff, Eagte. 27. - - -turn, Watson. 23. 1 t 1 MHchetl (W.2-5) 45 House 1 1 Garvin (L.f-14) 0 0 Murphy Suiter Willis IP 7 2 4 3 2 H R 7 2 1 0 8 4 ERMSO 2 a 7 0 S T-2:15. A-17A* 10 •rTi • IB at Bats. NATIONAL LEAGUE Tatal CmpnrtH Puhiamph Mason K 411 IS t Tatal Yanks 4, Twins 0 Nt^N YORK al Rivers cf Nettles 3b Munson c Piriellarf CJhnsn CJi Ontn lb RWhite H NHNWBOT 3 0 0 d ir»bl 4(09 Sma)ey» 2100 Carew lb 4 1 2 e His* d 3188 Fordrf 4114 Kusick * 4020 Wynoar c 4010 Gornki K 4 t I 0 Rnrtl & 3 0 Q 8 Terrwl 3b S 4 7 4 Tatal E-Zahn. DP-Kcw York 1. MnvcsoUdi 1 LOB-Hew York 4, Minnesota 2. 2B- 5. Munson, RanWoh,HR-CJohmon (9). If Gotten (W.ll-3) 9 Tahn (L,11-ll) » T-I:4I. A-?9,9(9. Q SWWRS S-.- GrffleyOn Trnpjeton StL SatiitTIi LA MendrickSD GFoscrOn Luoraki Phi 1 e-Atomar, ! 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