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ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH 6b sports Wed., Aug. 26, 1987 FOR THE RECORD Baseball NL Box Scores Pirates 1, Reds 0 CINCINNATI PITTSBURGH ob r h bl ob r h bl Tjoneslf 4 0 0 0Colesrf 2 0 0 0 Lorklnss 4 0 0 0VanSlvkcf2 1 1 0 EDoviscf 4 0 0 0 Ray 2b 3 0 11 Parker rf 3 0 10 Bel hard 2b0 0 0 0 Bell 3b 4 0 1 0Bonilla3b 3 0 0 0 BDtaJC 3 0 0 0RRevldslf3 0 0 0 Esaskv lb 3 0 0 0 Bream lb 3 0 I 0 Sfliwli2t 2 0 0 0LVIIrec 2 0 0 0 Power p 0 0 0 0Pedriauss3 0 0 0 Conns ph lOOODunnep 30 10 FVVfllmsp 0 0 0 0 Tetols HOlOTotals 24141 Cincinnati 000 000 000-0 Pittsburgh 100 000 00x-l Game-winning RBI Rav (7). E-Rav. DP-Cincinnati 2. LOB-Cincinnatl 5, Pittsburgh 2. 2B-arker. SB VanSlvke (28). S-Pewer 2, Coles. IP H R ER BB SO tlncinnotl Power 10-8 7 4 1 1 2 3 FWHIiams 1 0 0 0 0 2 Pittsburgh D(jrfeW,8-5 9 2 0 0 1 7 HBP Parker bv Dunne. Umpires-Home. Hallion; First, Kibler; Second, C Williams; Third, Quick. T- 2:03. AjrJO.149. Giants 3, Phillies 2 SAN FRANCISCO PHILADELPHIA ob r h bi ob r h bj RThosn 2b 3 0 0 0 Samuel 2b 5 0 0 0 Speier3b 4 1 2 lMThmpcf5 1 1 1 Aldrele If 3 0 0 0 Haves lb 3 0 0 0 Milnercf 0 0 0 OSchmdt 3b 3 0 1 1 -Mldndorf 3 2 1 1C James If 3 0 10 CDaviscf 4 0 1 0GWilsonrf3 0 0 0 WCIark lb 4 0 1 ODaultonc 4 0 10 Brenlvc 3 0 0 0 Jeltzss 2 110 Uribess 3 0 1 lGGrossphl 0 0 0 Downs p 2 0 0 0 Aguavo ss 0 0 0 0 Splman ph 1 0 0 0 K Gross p 1 0 1 0 Lefterts p 0 0 0 0 Calhoun p 0 0 0 0 Gafrelts p 0 0 0 0 Stone ph 10 0 0 Toltils 30 3 4 3 Totals 31 2 6 2 Son Francisco 011 000 010-3 Philadelphia 002 000 000-2 Gajrie-winning RBI Speier (5). E-Speier. DP-Philadelphia 2. LOB- San Francisco 4, Philadelphia 9. 2B- MThompson, CJames. MR-Maldonado (15), Speier (10). SB-CDavis (15).S-KGross2 , IP H RER BB SO San Francisco Downs Lefterts 2-3 GrVltsW,ll-7 21-3 hiladelphia SrssLJ-U 71-3 flhoun 1 2-3 (mires-Home, Marsh; First, Pulli; Cond, Darling; Third, DeMuth. T I A-28,841. J Dodgers 3, Mets 1 Lcte ANGELES NEW YORK T ab r h bi ob r h bi Sal 2b 4 0 0 OMWilsncf 5 110 Stubbsrf 4 1 1 0Teufel2b 3 0 2 1 Giirrerlf 3 0 1 0KHrndzlb3 0 1 0 Shlbv If 4 112 Strwbrv rf 3 0 0 0 MfcMchr lb 4 0 0 OMcRvlds If 3 0 0 0 TLjndrm rf 0 0 0 0 Carter c 2 0 0 0 Sctoscla c 4 0 0 0 H Johsn 3b 3 0 0 0 Woodsn 3b 4 1 3 0 Santana ss4 0 0 0 GMImnss 3 0 1 OConep 2 0 0 0 Viula p 4 0 1 1 Almon ph 10 0 0 , Leach p 0 0 0 0 Mazili ph 10 0 0 Totals 34 3 8 3Totals 30141 Los Angeles 2O0 000 O01-3 New York 000 010 000-1 Game-winning RBI - Shelby (5). E Teufel, Volenzuela, Woodson. DP Los Angeles 2. LOB-Los Angeles 7, New York 11. 2B-Stubbs, KHernandez, MWilson. HR-Shel-bv(18).S-Carter. IP H RER BB SO Los Angeles VlzlaW,ll-ll 9 4 1 1 8 13 New York ConeL,3-3 6 4 2 2 2 3 Leach 3 4 110 2 HBP-Guerrero by Cone. WP-Va-lenzuela 2. Umpires Home, Pon-cino; First, Pallone; Second, Engel; Third, West. T-2:55. A 41,286. AL Box Scores Red Sox 7, White Sox 3 CHICAGO BOSTON ab r h bl ab r h bl Guillen ss 4 0 2 0 Burks cf 4 110 Redus If 4 0 10 Barrett 2b 4 1 1 2 Bainesdh 3 0 11 Boggs3b 3 10 0 Caldern rf 4 0 1 0 Greenwl If 4 0 1 0 Hassevc 3 1 1 lDwEvnlb4 0 1 2 GWalkr lb 4 0 2 OHorndh 4 2 3 2 Hill 3b 3 1 1 ODHedsnrf 4 0 10 KWIIms cf 4 0 0 0 SOwen ss 3 0 0 0 Manrlq2b 3 1 1 1Marzanoc4 2 2 1 Hairstn ph 1 0 0 0 Totals 33 3 10 3 Totals 34 7 10 7 Chicago 010 020 000-3 Boston 014 100 01x-7 Game-winning RBI Barrett (4). E-G. Walker. DP-Boston 4. LOB- Chicago 6, Boston 6. 2B Guillen, G. Walker, Burks, D. Henderson. HR-Hassey (2), Horn 2 (9), Mar- zano (5). IP H R ER BB SO Chicago DtsnL.10-10 6 8 6 6 3 1 Searge 1 1-3 2 1 1 0 0 Winn 2-3 0 0 0 0 2 Boston Nipper 41-3 7 3 3 1 4 CrwfrdW,5-3 22-3 3 0 0 1 0 GardnrS,7 2 0 0 0 0 1 Crawford pitched to 2 batters in the 8th. ' HBP-Hassey by Nipper. WP-Winn. Umpires Home, Evans; First, Cousins; Second, Hendry; Third, Johnson. T-437.A-27,345. ' , Tigers 5, Twins 4 DETROIT MINNESOTA ob r h bl ab r h bi WhPtakr2b4 0 1 0Lmbrdz2b4 2 1 0 Madlckdh 3 1 0 OBushrf 4 0 11 Gibson If 5 0 2 2Puckettcf 3 110 Tramml ss5 1 1 OHrbek lb 4 12 2 DaEvns lb 2 1 0 0 Gaetti 3b 4 0 11 Lemon cf 5 0 2 2 Smllev dh 4 0 0 0 Nokesc 5 0 0 0Brnnskylf4 0 0 0 Sheridn rf 2 1 0 0 Gagne ss 3 0 0 0 Brokns3b 3 1 1 OButerac 2 0 10 .i1 NewmnphOOOO Laudner c 0 0 0 0 Totots 34 5 7 4Totals 32 4 7 4 Detroit 003 002 0OO-5 Minnesota 000 201 010-4 Gome-winning RBI Lemon (5). DP-Detroit 2. LOB-Detroit 11, Minnesota 3. 2B-Lemon, Hrbek. 3B.-Whitaker, Bush. SB-Da. Evans (5), Sheridan (14), Tram- mell (14). IP H R ER BB SO Detroit Alxndr W.2-0 71-3 7 4 4 2 3 Hennman S,4 1 2-3 0 0 0 0 1 Minnesota Niekro L6-10 5 2-3 4 5 5 7 4 Schafzedr 0 1 0 0 0 0 Berenguer 21-3 0 0 0 1 3 Atherton 1 2 0 0 0 1 Schatzeder pitched to 1 batter in the 6th. HBP-Madlock by J. Niekro. WP-J. Niekro. Umpires-Home, Palermo; First, Morrison; Second, Tschida; Third, Phillips. T-2;52. A 30,639. Brewers 10, Indians 9 CLEVELAND MILWAUKEE ob r h bl ob r h bl Butler cf 4 1 1 2Molltrdh 4 2 10 Franco ss 4 2 1 OYountcf 4 13 1 Tabler lb 5 12 2 Braggs rf 5 0 1 2 Carter If 5 2 2 1 Brock lb 5 0 11 Jacoby3b 3 1 1 OSurhoffc 3 2 2 1 CCstllodh 3 1 1 4 Deer If 4 0 0 0 Snyder rf 4 0 0 0 Riles 3b 3 2 10 Allahsonc 3 0 0 OSveumss 4 2 2 5 Bandoph 1 0 0 0 JCastill 2b 4 10 0 Hinzo 2b 4 12 0. Totals 36 9 10 9 Totals 36 10 11 10 Cleveland 010 003 032- 9 Milwaukee 050 032 00x-10 Game-winning RBI Sveum (6). E-Tabler, J. Castillo, Riles. LOB-Cleveland 4, Milwaukee 6. 2B Sur-hoff, Franco. HR-Sveum (19), C. Castillo (9), Tabler (10), Carter (27), Butler (5). SB- Carter (25). SF-C. Castillo. IP . H R ER BB SO Cleveland Schrm L.5-11 12-3 4 5 2 2 1 Edstrly 3 1-3 3 3 3 2 1 Gqrdon 2 3 2 2 0 2 VondBerg 1 ' 1 0 0 0 0 Milwaukee NivsW,ll-6 7 7 7 7 3 6 Burrls 1 1-3 2 2 2 0 0 CrlmS,6 2-3 1 0 0 0 1 Nieves pitched to 3 bolters In the 8th. WP-Nieves, Easterly. Umpires-Home, Welke; First, Brinkman; Second, Reillv; Third, Joyce. T-3:07. A-15,580. Area Schedule TODAY MAJOR-LEAGUE BASEBALL: Cardinals vs. Houston at Busch Stadium, 12:35 p.m. Athletics 9, Orioles 7 BALTIMORE OAKLAND ab r h bl ab r h bi Lacv rf 5 12 4 Bernzrd 2b3 1 1 0 BRipkn2b 4 0 1 0SHndsndh5 1 2 3 Dwyer ph 1 0 0 0 Canseco If 3 2 1 0 CRipknss 5 1 1 0Lansfrd3b4 1 2 1 Murray lb 4 0 1 0 McGwir lb4 1 1 0 Lynn cf 4 2 2 2 MDavis rf 3 1 2 2 Hortcf 0 0 0 0Tettletonc2 1 1 2 Knight 3b 4 0 0 OSteinbchc 0 0 0 1 Kennedy c 3 1 1 1 Griffin ss 4 0 0 0 Sheetsrf 4 1 1 0Murphycf4 1 1 0 MYongdh 3 110 Totals 37 7 10 7 Totals 32 911 9 Baltimore 000 223 000-7 Oakland 001 140 10X-9 Game-winning RBI M. Davis (5). DP-Baltimore 1. LOB-Baltimore 5, Oakland 5. 2B-M. Davis 2, McGwire, Lvnn. 3B-Lacy. HR-Lvnn (20), Lansford (14), Lacv (6), S Henderson (3), Tettleton (7). SB-M. Davis (14). SF-Stemboch. IP H R ER BB SO Baltimore EBellL,9-10 4 2-3 7 7 7 4 0 Wllimson 3 1-3 4 2 2 1 2 Oakland Young W.ll-6 5 1-3 9 6 6 0 2 Leiper 1-311111 Plunk S,l 3 1-3 0 0 0 1 4 WP-Leiper. Umpires-Home, Craft, First, Denkinger; Second, Scott, Third, McCov. T-2:48. A-12,410. (MONDAY) Blue Jays 7, Mariners 3 TORONTO SEATTLE ob r h bi ob r h bi Fernndz ss 5 1 3 1 Moses cf 5 0 0 0 Mullnks3b3 1 1 0PBradlvlf4 1 3 0 Gruber 3b 2 0 0 0 ADovis lb 4 0 0 0 Whitt c 3 12 2 Mathws dh3 0 0 0 GBelllf 5 1 2 0 Presley 3b 4 1 2 1 McGrffdh 5 1 1 OVallec 4 12 2 Barfieldcf 4 1 1 OBrantlyrf 4 0 10 Leach rf 4 1 2 2Quinonsss4 0 1 0 Upshaw lb 4 0 1 1 Revnlds 2b4 0 0 0 lorg 2b 4 0 0 0 Totals 39 7 13 6 Totals 36393 Toronto 030 021 100 7 Seattle 000 000 030-3 Game-winning RBI - Leach (5). E-Reynolds. DP-Seattle 1. LOB-Toronto 7, Seattle 7. 2B-Leach, Fernandez, Valle, Whitt, Presley, Quinones, G. Bell, PBradlev. 3B-Barfield, Presley. HR- Whitt (10), Fernandez (5), Valle (11). IP H RER BB SO Toronto CerttiW,10-3 72-3 9 3 3 1 2 Eichhorn 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Seattle MrgnL,10-14 5 7 5 4 0 2 Guetermn 2 4 2 2 1 1 ENunez 2 2 0 0 1 2 WP-Morgan. Umpires-Home, Clark; First, McClelland; Second, Young; Third, Shulock. T-2:42. A 11,869. Athletics 7, Orioles 3 BALTIMORE OAKLAND ab r h bl ab r h bi Dwver dh 3 0 10 Poloniacf 4 0 12 Wiggnsdh 2 0 0 0 Bernzrd 2b4 0 1 2 BRipkn2b 4 1 2 1 Canseco If 4 0 0 0 CRipknss 3 0 0 0Lansfrd3b4 1 3 0 Murray lb 2 0 1 1 MDavis rf 4 12 0 Lynn cf 4 0 0 0 McGwir lb2 1 0 0 Knight 3b 4 0 0 0RJcksndh2 0 0 0 Kennedy c 4 0 0 0SHndsndh2 0 0 0 Sheets rf 3 12 1 Steinbch c 3 2 2 2 M Young If 4 1 1 0 Tettleton cl 0 0 0 Griffin ss 4 2 2 1 Totals 33 3 7 3 Totals . 34 711 7 Baltimore 100 200 000-3 Oakland 002 005 00x-7 Game-winning RBI - Steinbach (4). DP-Baltimore 1, Oakland 1. LOB-Baltimore 7, Oakland 5. 2B Sheets, B. Ripken, M. Young, Lons-ford, M. Davis. 3B-Polonia. HR Sheets (26). SB-Bernazard (11), Lansford (24). IP H RER BB SO Baltimore BddckrL,9-7 52-3 9 7 7 2 5 Habvan 2 1-3 2 0 0 0 5 Oakland Riio 4 7 3 3 2 6 CadrtW,3-l 5 0 0 0 2 5 WP-Riio 2, Habvan. Umpires-Home, McCov; First, Craft; Second, Denkinger; Third, Scott. T-2:41. A-25,135. Yankees 3, Angels 2 NEW YORK CALIFORNIA ab r h bl ab r h bi Wshgtn cf 3 1 1 0 DeCncs 3b 5 1 2 1 GWard If 4 0 0 0 Dwnng dh 4 0 0 0 Mtnglv lb 3 0 0 1 Armas rf 5 110 Pglrulo 3b 5 0 1 1 Hendrck If 4 0 1 1 Winfield rf 4 1 1 1 DWhite cf 5 0 0 0 Easier dh 4 0 10 Bucknr lb 4 0 1 0 Kiltie oh 1 0 0 OMcCsklpr 0 0 0 0 Mechm 2b 3 0 0 0 JKHowl 2b0 0 0 0 Ceronec 4 0 0 OPolidorphl 0 1 0 Velarde ss 3 1 2 0 McLmr 2b 3 0 1 0 Pasqua ph 1 0 0 0 Jovnerlb 10 0 0 JBonill 2b 0 0 0 0 Boone c 4 0 0 0 Schofild ss4 0 1 0 Totals 35 3 6 3Totals 40 2 8 2 New York 010 001 000 01-3 California 000 200 000 00-2 Game-winning RBI Pagliarulo (11). DP-California 1. LOB-New York 4 California 9. 2B-Armas, Pagliarulo. HR-Winfield (23), DeCinces (15). SB-Washington (8). S-G. Ward, Boone, Meacham. SF Mattingly. IP H R ER BB SO New York John 61-3 6 2 2 1 3 HudsnW,9-3 4 1 0 0 1 2 RighttiS,23 2-3 1 0 0 1 1 California Sutton 7 3 2 2 1 5 Minton 3 2 0 0 1 0 Lucas Ul-3 1 1112 1 Umpires-Home, Reed; First, Hirschbeck; Second, Ford; Third, Merrill. T-3:26. A-38,742. League Leaders (Through Monday) National League G AB R HAvg. Gwvnn, SD 121 464 97 170 .366 Kruk.SD 106 339 61 115 .339 Raines, Mon 100 385 92 130 .338 Thompson, Phil 113 413 74 137 .332 Galarraga, Mon 109 405 57 132 .326 Guerrero, LA 118 423 69 137 .324 Hatcher, Hou 112 454 83 144 .317 Sandberg, Chi - 97 389 63 120 .308 Davis, Cin 111 412 108 126 .306 Hernandez, NY 121 457 69 139 .304 HOME RUNS Dawson, Chicago, 41; Davis, Cincinnati, 34; Murphv, Atlanta, 34; Clark, Cardinals, 33; Johnson, New York, 31; Strawberry, New York, 31. RUNS BATTED IN Dawson, Chicago, 109; Wallach, Montreal, 104; Clark, Cardinals, 99; Davis, Cincinnati, 92, McGee, Cardinals, 88. STOLEN BASES Coleman, Cardinals, 82; Hatcher, Houston, 49; Davis, Cincinnati, 45; Gwvnn, San Diego, 43; Raines, Montreal, 41. HITS Gwvnn, San Diego, 170; Doran, Houston, 144; Hatcher, Houston, 144; McGee, Cardinals, 142; Samuel, Philadelphia, 140. DOUBLES Wallach, Montreal, 37; Galarraga, Montreal, 32; Hubbard, Atlanta, 32; Hayes, Philadelphia, 31; Gwvnn, San Diego, 30; Van Slyke, Pittsburgh, 30. TRIPLES Gwynn, San Diego, 12; Samuel, Philadelphia, 11; Thompson, Philadelphia 9; Bonds, Pittsburgh, 8; Coleman, Cardinals, 7; Van Slyke, Pittsburgh, 7. EARNED RUN AVERAGE Hershiser, Los Angeles, 2.67; Reus-chel, San Francisco, 2.69; Ryan, Houston, 2.90; Scott, Houston, 3.02; Welch, Los Angeles, 3.19. WINS Rawlev, Philadelphia, 16-5; Sutclilfe, Chicago, 15-6; Smith, Atlanta, 13-7; Scott, Houston, 13-9; Hershiser, Los Angeles, 13-12. SAVES Bedrosian, Philadelphia, 33; L. Smith, Chicago, 30; Worrell, Cardinals, 26; Franco, Cincinnati, 24; D. Smith, Houston, 22. STRIKEOUTS Scott, Houston, 198; Rvan, Houston, 197; Hershiser, Los Angeles 154; Welch, Los Angeles, 150; Darling, New York, 142. American League G AB R HAvg. Boggs, Bos 121 467 95 170 .364 Seitzer, KC 123 488 80 164 .336 Mattingly, NY 105 417 73 138 .331 Evans, Bos 118 426 86 140 .329 Trammell.Det 113 452 80 147 .325 Tabler, Clev 122 464 61 149 .321 Franco, Clev 100 389 68 124 .319 Davis, Seattle 124 444 67 141 .318 Puckett, Minn 122 487 74 154 .316 Fernandez, Tor 119 470 73 148 .315 HOME RUNS McGwire, Oakland, 39; Bell, Toronto, 38; Hrbek, Minnesota, 31; Evans, Boston, 29; Pagliarulo, New York, 29; Snyder, Cleveland, 29. TV, Radio Sports TODAY MAJOR-LEAGUE BASEBALL: Cordlnols vs. Houston at Busch Stadium, 12:35 p.m. (KMOX, 1120 AM); Atlanta ot ChicogoCubs (doubleheoder), 12:05p.m. (WINU, 1510 AM). THOROUGHBRED RACING: Fairmount Pork dallv double report, 8:15 p.m.; ninth roct, 10:50 p.m.; ond 10th roc, 11:20 p.m. (WGNU920AM). Coble TV MAJOR-LEAGUE BASEBALL: Atlanta at Chicago Cubs (doubleneader), 12:05 p.m. (WGN, WTBS). RUNS BATTED IN Bell, Toronto, 104; Evans, Boston, 99; Canseco, Oakland, 94; McGwire, Oakland, 93; Gaetti, Minnesota 93. STOLEN BASES Reynolds, Seattle, 41; Redus, Chicago, 39; Wilson, Kansas City, 38, Fernandez, Toronto, 31 P. Bradley, Seattle, 29rMolitor, Milwaukee, 29. HITS Boggs, Boston, 170; Seitzer, Kansas City, 164; Puckett, Minnesota 154; Yount, Milwaukee, 151; Tabler, Clevelond, 149. DOUBLES Evons, Boston, 33; Tabler, Cleveland, 33; Boggs, Boston, 32, four tied with 31 each. TRIPLES Wilson, Kansas Cilv, 12; P. Bradley, Seattle, 10; Polonia, Oakland, 8; five tied with seven each. EARNED RUN AVERAGE Leibrandt, Kansas City, 2.90; Viola, Minnesota, 2.90; Key, Toronto, 2.93; Clemens, Boston, 3.23; Morris, Detroit, 3.42. WINS Stewart, Oakland, 17-9; Saberhagen, Kansas City, 167; Morris, Detroit, 15-6; Rhoden New York, 15-8; Witt, California 15-9. SAVES Henke, Toronto, 30; Reardon, Minnesota 24; Righettl, New York, 23; Plesac, Milwaukee, 22; Howell, Oakland, 16. STRIKEOUTS Langston, Seattle, 199; Hiauera, Milwaukee, 181; Clemens, Boston, 173; Hough, Texas, 167; Hurst, Boston, 167. Latest Line MAJOR-LEAGUE BASEBALL American League Favorite Odds Underdog BOSTON 8-9 Chicago MINNESOTA Even-6 Detroit KAN. CITY 5V4-6V4 Texas MILWAUKEE 6V4-7V4 Cleveland National League Favorite Odds Underdog CARDINALS 6VWVi Houston CHICAGO 6-7 Atlanta Cincinnati Pick PITTS. PHILADEL. 5VWVi San Francisco NEW YORK 7-8 Los Angeles Montreal Pick SAN DIEGO COLLEGE FOOTBALL (Sunday) (InMeadowlands, N.J.) Kickoff Classic Favorite Odds Underdog Iowa 2 Tennessee NFL EXHIBITIONS (Thursday) Favorite Odds Underdog SAN FRAN. 5 San Diego (Friday) Favorite Odds Underdog SEATTLE 6 Detroit (Saturday) Favorite Odds Underdog MINNESOTA 2 New England Washington . 2 TAMPA BAY PHILADEL. 2 Miami ATLANTA 2 Cleveland Cincinnati 1 GREEN BAY N. ORLEANS 3 Pittsburgh INDIANA. 3 Houston KAN. CITY 3 Buffalo NY GIANTS 4 NY JETS LA RAMS 2 Denver (Sunday) Favorite Odds Underdog DALLAS 3 LA Raiders (Monday) CHICAGO 8 Cardinals Home team in CAPS (Under odds, or money line, the first number Indicates amount you win if vou pick the underdog and wager $5, the second number indicates the amount vou have to risk to win $5 If you pick the favorite.) 1987 Tribune Media Services, Inc. Briefs BASEBALL PITTSBURGH PIRATES - Reactivated shortstop Felix Fermin from the disabled list and assigned him to Harrisburg of the Eastern League. TORONTO BLUE JAYS - Purchased contract of second baseman Nelson Liriano from Syracuse of the International League; released pitcher Gary Lavelle. FOOTBALL CARDINALS - Released placekick-er Rich Spongier. ATLANTA FALCONS - Waived plocekicker Ali Haii-Sheikh; traded cornerback Dennis Woodberry to the Green Bay Packers for an undisclosed amount of cash. CHICAGO BEARS - Traded guard Stefan Humphries to the Denver Broncos for Bryan Wagner, punter. CLEVELAND BROWNS - Waived running back Shelley Poole, wide receiver Perrv Kemp and tight end Mario Perry; signed nose tackle Henry Harris. DALLAS COWBOYS - Waived plocekicker s Jeff Ward and Brian Franco, tackles Lloyd Yoncey and Donava Fann, defensive back Anthony Coleman, defensive end James Jones, defensive tackle Darrvl Lee and wide receiver Joe Smith. GREEN BAY PACKERS - Released defensive backs John Simmons and Tony Elliot, running backs Ricky Moore and John Sterling, and place kicker Paul Osbaldiston. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS - Released defensive backs Kirk Springs and Wayne Smith and offensive lineman Kelly Thomas. Bowling LTPA Invitational SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) - The leaders after six rounds (42 games with match-play records ond money winnings) Tuesday In the $34,000 Coors Light Columbia 300 LTPA Invitational at Flamingo Bowl. The too five finishers advance to stepladder finals today: 1. AletaSill 18-6 10,147. 2. Cindy Coburn 15-9 9,714. 3. Lorrle Nichols 16-7-1 9,635. 4. Dede Davidson 13-11 9,535. 5. Patty Costello 18-6 9,519. 6. Robin Romeo 14-10 9,455 $1,450. 7. Linda Rose . 17-6 9,-423 $1,300. 8. Dona Miller 15-9 9,399 $1,200. 9. Lisa Wagner 13-1 9,341 $1,150. LPBT National Doubles Tournament LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) - The leaders after four rounds (24 games with match-plav records) Tuesday In the $60,000 Ladies Pro Bowlers Tour National Doubles (a-denotes amateur): 1. Jeanne Berry and Tlsh Johnson 5- 1 10,081. 2. Lisa Maurice and Kathy Mc-Naughton 4-2 9,355. 3. Sue Sargent and Vlckl Montgomery 5-1 9,274. 4. Jan Morrison and Pom Buckner 4- 2 9,259. 5. Paulo Drake and Leila Wagner 4- 2 9,185. 6. Sherrie Slaughter and Betty Morris 3-3 9,176. 7. a-Donna Metzler and a-Kathy Su-sany 5-1 9,096. 8. a-Kim Julien and Barbara Leicht 1-5 9,078. 9. a-Marianne Fu and Vesma Grln-felds 2-4 8,969. 10. Betty Anthony and Wanda Eaten 3-3 8,965. 11. Darlyn DiStasI and Patti Omo-deo 2-4 8,961. 12. a-Diana Davenport and Cheryl Robinson 4-2 8,937. 13. Linda Urbanek and Cass Leal 2- 6 8,869. 14. Jeanetle Robinson and Potti Vel-Dink 2-6 8,761. 15. a-Marllyn Frazier and Virginia Norton 2-6 8,757. 16. a-Patsy Lltvak and a-Mary Gallo 2-6 8,743. 17. RozzSaiaanda-MarvFarr 1- 5 8,729. 18. Denlse Knape and Cathy Kor-pinen , 3-3 8,705. Football NFL Exhibitions THURSDAY'S GAME (St. Louis Times) San Diego at San Francisco, 6 p.m. MONDAY'S RESULT Denver 31, Miami 28 FRIDAY'S GAME Detroit at Seattle, 930 p m. SATURDAY'S GAMES New England at Minnesota 2 p.m. Washington at Tampa Bay, 6 p.m. Houston at Indianapolis, 630 p.m. Miami at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. Cincinnati at Green Bay, 7 p.m. Pittsburgh al New Orleans, 7 o.m. Cleveland at Atlanta 7 p.m. Buffalo at Kansas City, 7:30 p.m. New York Jets at NY Giants, 8 p.m. Denver at LA Rams, 9 p.m. SUNDAY'S GAME LA Raiders at Dallas, 7 p m. MONDAY, AUG. 31 Cardinals at Chicago, 7 p m. THURSDAY, SEPT. 3 Detroit at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. Minnesota at Denver, 7 c m. FRIDAY, SEPT. 4 New Orleans at Cincinnati. 6:30 p.m. Buffalo at Miami, 7 p.m. New England vs. Atlanta in Jacksonville, Fla 7 o.m. San Francisco at Seattle, 7 p.m. NY Jets at San Diego, 8 p.m. SATURDAY, SEPT. S Chicago at LA Raiders, 3 p.m. Tampa Bay at Indianapolis, 6:30 p.m. Cleveland vs. Green Bay in Milwau kee, 7 o.m. Houston at Dallas, 8 p.m. NY Giants ot Pittsburgh, 8 p.m. Washington at LA Rams, 8 p.m. SUNDAY, SEPT. Kansas City vs. St. Louis in Mem phis, Tenn., 1:30 p.m. (END OF EXHIBITION SEASON) NFL Summary (MONDAY) Broncos 31, Dolphins 28 Miami Denver I ( 7 21-28 0 17 7 7-31 Second Quarter Den-Elway 8 run (Karlls kick), 4:05 Den-FGKarlis 22, 13:03 Den-Kay 8 poss from Elway (Clendenen kick), 13:38 Third Quarter Den-Long 76 run (Karlis kick), 3:13 Mia Clayton 5 poss from Strock (Reveiz kick), 11:54 Fourth Quarter Mia-Duper 30 pass from Strock (Reveiz kick), 2:28 Den-Jackson 37 pass from Ku-biak (Clendenen kick), 7:23 Mia-Pruitt 2 pass from Jaworskl (Reveiz kick), 9:16 Mia-Pruitt 14 pass from Jaworskl (Reveiz kick), 14:26 A-74,288 TEAM STATISTICS Mio Den First downs 24 21 Rushes-yards 18-71 35-207 Passing 340 264 Return yards 23 20 Comp-Att-Int 28-46-2 20-3M Sacked-Yds Lost OO 1-11 Punts 4-49 4-34 Fumbles-lost 1-1 5-2 Penalties-yards 5-42 11-62 Time of Possess. 25:21 34:39 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Miami, Hampton 7-32, Nathan 2-14, Stradford 5-14, Clayton 1-11, Brown 1-1, Davenport 2-minus 1. Denver, Lang 2-81, Winder 637, Marshall 5-31, Willhite 8-28, Elwav 4-18, Dudek 612, Bell 1-4, Sewell 1-3, Kubiak 1-mlnus 3, Nat-tiel l-minus4. PASSING Miami, Strock 15-29-2-177, Jaworski 13-17-0-163. Denver, Elwav 11-19-0-164, Kubiak 9-11-0-111. RECEIVING Miami, Duper 6-113, Pruitt 695, Stradford 5-54, Clayton 3-20, Hardy 2-18, Jensen 2-11, Nathan 1-15, Brown 1-8, Hampton 1-3, Davenport 1-3. Denver, Sewell 4-33, Jackson 3-55, Kay 3-30, Nattiel 2-60, Lang 2-37, Winder 2-8, Willhite 1-18, Watson 1-12, Mobley 1-11, Johnson 1-11. MISSED FIELD GOALS-none. Golf U.S. Amateur Championship JUPITER, Fla. (AP) - First- round scores Tuesday in the 87th United States Amateur Championship played on the 6,879-yard, par-72 Hi s Course and the 6,542-yara, par- 72 Village Course at the Jupiter Hills Club: Randov Reifers 34-J6-U Jim McGovern 34-36-70 Nicholas Dekock 35-36-71 Allen Doyle 34-37- 71 Thomas Dyer 34-3771 Kevin Johnson 35-36-71 Scott Gump 3635-71 72 - David Miley, Art Roberson, Ke vin Trover, Robert Young Jr., Ronald Sellers, George Zahringer, Randal Wylie, Leslie Ellis, Joel Hirsch, David Brookreson, Larry Penley, Brad Benbrook (38-34), Tom Scherrer. 73 - Jeffrey Bellnap, Danny Yates, Steve Strieker, Douglas Dunakey, Bill Mayfoir, Keith Harris, Bryan Pemberton, Miles McConnell, Martin West III, Troy Williams, Andrew Brock, James Brown, Randy Grosz, Joe Vennari. 74 - Derlc Smyre, Vance Whicker, David Oglesby, John Parsons, Jim Mason (36-38), Lenny Mattioce, John Wright, Lamar Havnes, Mark Dugan, Ricky Touma, Nolan Henke, David Toms, Edwin Klugh, Tom Cole, Bob Lewis Jr., Henry Cagigal, Russell Beiersdorf, Pat Tallent, Gregory Lesher, Michael Gallagher. 75 - Mike Taylor, Jonathan Nichols, Tom Knapp, Kevin Gal, Matt Stokes, Brent Studer, Glen Day, Mlron Osadchuk, Kevin Sutherland, Bob Heffelman, Matthew Potter, Michael Rose, Patrick Duncan, Joe Beck Jr., Mark Leetzow, Harry Rudolph III, R. Scott Mayne, Scott Warzecha, Eric Woods, Peter Brennan. OTHER ST. LOUIS, SCORES 80 - Roger Null (36-44), Jim Knoesel (38-42). 83 - Craig Schnurbusch (40-43). 84-Jay Sola (39-45). 86 - David Lucks (42-44). Area Results GATEWAY PGA APPRENTICE-ASSISTANCE CHAMPIONSHIP (At Cherry Hills) 137 - Bob Gaus. 142 - Larry Emery. 143 - Joe Schwent. 144 - John Randall. 145 - Don Brozlo. 146 -Mark Young, Craig Harrison, John Haves. 147 Dave Levine. 148 StewKirkland. WOMEN'S LOW NET (At North Shore) A flight - Mert Briscoe 31; B - Lor-ene Wade and Marie Tebbe 32; C Alberta Hoffman 32. (At Lakewood) Championship flight - Jean White 34; A - Estelle Austin 31; B - Dottle Brahm 31; C - Maxlne Eime 31. (At Berry Hill) A - Mary Morgan 35; B - Doris Drone and Mabel Johnston 32; C Shirley Holmes 32; D - Virginia Scherer and Martha Shaw 36. , (At Hidden Valley) Championship flight - Sue Marshall 29; A - Vi Bell 33; B - Carolyn Shearin 34. HOLES IN ONE (At Cherry mils) Russ Luedloff with an 8-iron on the 140-yard No. 14 hole. (At Forest Park) Pic Williams with a 5-lron on the 185-yard No. 3 hole. (At Clover leaf) Steve Carey with a pitching wedge on the 120-yard No. 6 hole. National League Giants 3, Phillies 2 By Th Associated Press PITTSBURGH Rookie Mike Dunne pitched a two-hitter for his first major-league shutout as the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the Cincinnati Reds 1-0 Tuesday night, extending the Reds' losing streak to five games. Johnny Ray's first-inning single drove In the run. Dunne (8-5), acquired from St. Louis last spring along with Andy Van Slyke and Mike LaValliere for catcher Tony Pena, registered seven strikeouts, walked one batter and did not allow a runner past second base in his fourth complete game. The defeat dropped the Reds, third in the Western Division, to 63-64 the first time they have been under .500 this season. The losing streak is their longest of the season. . Van Slyke singled with one out in the first, stole second and scored on Ray's line-drive single to right field off Ted Power (10-8). Power lost to the Pirates for the first time in seven career decisions despite allowing only four hits over seven innings. The Reds never had more than one runner in an inning against Dunne. Dave Parker doubled to start the second but was stranded when Dunne got Buddy Bell to fly out and Bo Diaz on a pop-up before striking out Nick Esaskv. The Pirates had lost nine in a row to the Reds at Three Rivers Stadium before beating them 5-4 Monday night. The last Pirates rookie to pitch a shutout was Lee Tunnell in 1983. Fairmount Park Thoroughbred Racing FIRST RACE 6 furlongs, maiden, claiming PP Horse Jockey 5 Yukon Deb Bielby 4 Miss Buster Guidrv 1 I'mACotch Campos St. 2 0 0 0 9 KimmerDeSklmmerMartinez 12 Teela Brinkley 6 13 Zinging Dell Mocias 3 00 12-1 Eorly speed lost roce 14 MusickWeek 2 00-1 10-1 Chance if she goes 11 Lassie s Jov Guidrv 2 00 12-1 Capable of better 15 TrocevDee Macias 6 00 12-1 Beaten favorite 3 Chris' Lil Rose Breaux 3 00 15-1 Eariv speed L0NGSH0T 2 Unstable Stella Swatmon 0 00 201 Give o race 6 Leading Clown J.James 2 00 30-1 For bock both tries 10 Holy Smoke Jo Thomas 1 00 30-1 Trailed throughout 16 Hv Pro Space Sellers 2 00 301 Little to offer 8 Galina's Gizmo Gilbert 2 00 25-1 Hard to recommend 7 Kate's Dancer Durham 5 00 30-1 Hardly the one SECOND RACE 1 & 116 mile, claiming ($3,000), lilies & mares, purse 13,500. PP Horse Jockey St. Record Odds Comment 7 Daring Doll 10 2-3-2 8-5 Strong finisher 8 Be Sure to Invest A. Medina 5 01-1 3-1 Holds good form 5 Ali Moon Guidrv 4 01 6-1 In good spot tonight 3 Eastern Ridge Sellers 5 10 6-1 Didn't core lor slop 4 Playful Soroh Sellers 9 2-1-2 8-1 Threat off effort one bock 1 TamaroDown Ball 6 1-1-1 10-1 Can get port-LONGSHOT 2 Dewanian Isle Bielby 12 14 10-1 Failed to fire last race 6 BrendaB. Quick 'Edlerjr. 8 01 25-1 Not much to offer THIRD RACE 6furlongs, maiden claiming PP Horse Jockey St. 6 WoWoSenorita 10 Post Lady 1 Love Chicago 8 Mount St. Helena 2 Ella Kelly 3a Sultan's Concubine 7 Irish Ivory 5 Centurion's Jo 9a Dalyce's Splosh 4 Robwil Scarlet Compos Brinkley Sellers Sanchez Beaux Rettele Beasley Guidrv FOURTH RACE -1 mile 4 70 yards, claiming PP Horse 4 Dancing Nova 1 Flelcherina 6 Positive Jill 2 Jov Liner 3 K.SaydaSayda 5 Her Bell 8 Ray's Rocker 7 Another Helen Jockey St. Campos 15 Sanchez 4 Sanchez 10 Durham 8 Gilbert 8 Brinkley 9 Sellers . 7 Gilbert 9 FIFTH RACE 6 furlongs, claiming Jockey (15,000), iurse 15,000 St. Record Odds PP Horse 4 Miss Seaneen Fun 1 Nelly Kane 2 Interrogatory ( Might Be Nice 5 LodyHalberg 3 Lordee's Folly 9 TwoBaba 8 Lassie's Song 11 TuHostvMeTu 10 Borb'sALove 12 Larlna 7 Ivorette Sellers Brinkley Kurek Bielby Sanchez Guidrv Bowlds Murray Mocias Rosello Guidrv Guerra 12 10 12 10 6 6 8 10 12 10 Sedalia Park Results (TUESDAY) (Fast) FIRST RACE (lm trot) - Postman O'Kelley (Yoder) 18.00, 8.40, 3.40; Keystone Instant (Wilson) 18.00, 4.00; Lars Erik (Warren) 2.60. Time -2:09 35. EXACTA (2-5) paid $215.60. TRIFECTA (!-HI paid $292.40. SECOND RACE (lm pace) - Sir Butram (Warren) 4.60, 2.60, 2.20; High Lassie (Nessa) 3.20, 2.20; Twin Oaks Star (Finn) 2.20. Time - 2:09 25. Scratched - Catchin Fire. EXACTA (6-2) paid $17.00. QUINELI.AI2-6) paid $8.40. THIRD RACE (lm pace) - Billy RC (Warren) 2.80, 2.80, 2.40; Pacing Billy (Yoder) 4.00, 2.40; Time To Fiddle (Dasen Jr.) 2.80. Time - 2:04 35. EXACTA (6-5) paid $13.80. QUINELLA (5-6) paid $8.80 FOURTH RACE (lm pace) - War Woman (Banks) 6.20, 4.40, 3.40; Bret's April Wine (McDanel) 12.20, 9.20; Hi Skipper Go (Nessa) 5.00. Time -2:08. EXACTA (2-3) paid $118.80. TRIFECTA (2-3-8) paid $1,468.00. FIFTH RACE (lm pace) - Hathaway High (Yoder) 4.X, 2.60, 2.40; Avocation (Wilson) 2.60, 2.40; Jam-bos Flying (Finn) 2.80. Time - 2:06. EXACTA (2-1) paid $10.60. OUINELLAd-2) paid $4.60. SIXTH RACE (lm pace) - Whata Game Guy (McDanel) 4.60, 2.80, 3.00; Camptown's Best (Doggett) 3.00, 2.60; Hoxtons Doll (Saner) 3.20. Time - 2:06. SEVENTH RACE (lm pace) - Fan- Arlington Park Thoroughbred Entries (TODAY) POST TIME, 1:30 PJW. , . FIRST RACE - $6,000, claiming, 3 y.o. ond up, 6 furlongs. Hadawin 115 Dusty Debby, 12 Peggy Pitso 112 Crow ABit 07 ComeOnNelll 112 a-Leigh Dona 2 May Olive 112 a-StarDePlsr 112 HCONb RACE - $9,000, claiming, 1 y.o.andup,4lurlongs. Noholmes 113 Arts Chondell 4 Unoccountbl 111 Cheif Reelloot 114 Naskramatic 116 Causeur 16 Glass BotmBt 116 TheParkdall 116 THIRD RACE - $8,500, claiming, maidens 2 y.o6Vi furlongs. Hows MvBbv 119 QuensWrnng 19 o-ArohaGoha 119 Pink Orchid 19 Perfectly So 119 Irish Peach 119 PHILADELPHIA Chris Speier snapped an eighth-inning tie with a home run as the San Francisco Giants beat the Philadelphia Phillies. With one out in the eighth and the score tied 2-2, Speier homered off the left-field foul pole against Kevin Gross (8-11). The homer was his second against the Phillies in two nights and his 10th of the season. Reliever Scott Garrelts (11-6) pitched the last 2 innings for the victory. The Giants, first in the Western Division, have won 14 of their last 19 games. Heart Attack Cited In Wrestler's Death LONDON (AP) The death of a 350-pound wrestler who was thrown to the mat has stunned officials of a sport more noted for its entertainment value than aggression and has prompted calls for tighter controls. An autopsy Tuesday showed Ma-colm Kirk, 51, who performed as "King Kong Kirk," died of a heart attack Sunday on the way to a hospital after a bout with 336-pound Shirley "Big Daddy" Crabtree, one of British wrestling's most popular characters. Ambulance attendants were called into the ring at the Hippodrome Circus in Great Yarmouth when Kirk failed to get up after being thrown to the canvas and dived on by Crabtree during a four-man, tag-team bout. As the government's health and safety executive announced there would be an investigation into the tragedy, organizers of the event said safety standards had been fully observed. "We have nothing to fear from any investigation," said Les Rose, the Hippodrome's general manager. "Safety OFF AND Graded Entries By Bill Bishop (FOR WEDNESDAY) POST TIME, 7:30 PJVi. IW5-5XXI0) , fil lies, purse $3,400. Record uoos tommem 00 2-1 In softer field O0 7-2 Working very well 00 5-1 Promising morning trials 040 6-1 Has some potential 0-2-0 7-2 Drops Into softer spot (19,5-11,500), fillies, purse 14,200. Record Odds comment 3 ,01 1 '00 7-5 Lost greatly improved 6-1 Worth another chance 4-1 Foced better at Arlington 6-1 From good born 12-1 Fairworks-LONGSHOT 12-1 Tab tote action 12-1 Best to give a race 201 Hasn't shown much 201 Works nothing special 00 000 00 00 00 2 00 00 3 00 25-1 Can't recommend U5JJ00), fillies & mores, purse HJMO. Record Odds Comment 1-44 8-5 Holds good form 10 7-2 Drops, get's rail post 1-4 5-1 Good early speed 11 8-1 Better post tonight 1-1 6-1 Won last easily 1-2-1 12-1 Bock from Ellis-LONGSHOT 1-1 15-1 Lost showed little 00 25-1 Hord to recommend . Comment Drop last In the slop Drops in doss Threat in slretch-LONGSHOT Belter than last two Racing very well Won two of last three Fits well Early speed Tough If she goes Chanceinatoughie Can't recommend Little to offer 12 4-1 01-3 3-1 11 101 1- 1-2 6-1 2- 1-1 7-2 30 6-1 3- 1-1 8-1 2-2-1 101 2-5-2 6-1 1-M 12-1 5 1-1-1 201 7 11 201 tasy Eagle (Plowman) 15.40, 6.20, 3.80; Guff (Roberts) 6.40, 5.00; Amber Cindy (Nessa) 3.00. Time -2:0445. EXACTA (3-2) paid $68.20. TRIFECTA (3-2-5) paid $187.40. EIGHTH RACE - Results not avail-able because of computer problems. NINTH RACE (lm pace) - B C Skipper (Plowman) 3.00, 2.40; Vel's J R (Finn) 2.40. Time - 2:04. (There wos no show betting). Scratched - Caught Looking. TENTH RACE (lm pace) - Virginia's Beauty (Warren) 10.00, 3.60, 3.20; Crafty Chick (Nessa) 4.00, 2.80; Honor Belle (Banks) 3.00. Time 2:0335. EXACTA (2-4) paid $51.20. TRIFECTA (2-4-8) paid $45.20. Attendance - 1,440; Handle - $65,757 Entries (TODAY) POST TIME, 1PJIA. FIRST RACE - Purse $700; claiming $1,000, nonwinners of a race last 5 starts, one mile pace. 1. El Regale (Ingrassia Jr.); 2. Little Diamond (Banks); 3. Panic (Coulter); 4. J R'S Dynamite (Finn); 5. Wayland Bvrd (Miller); 6. The Big Snake (Cox); 7. Miss Mahaska (Doggett); 8. Good Kid (Butler). SECOND RACE - Purse $900; non-winners of 3 parl-mutuel races lifetime or nonwinners of $1,000 last 5 starts, also eligible claiming $4,000, one mile trot. 1. Lucky Charlene (McCalllster); 2. Alexis Hawk (Cox); 3. The Appraiser (Klen-inger); 4. Tom Donder (Jones); 5. o-LlzzisUprr 119 Honycl Dmnd 119 Cynthia B. 119 Golden Gophr 119 Wily Princess 119 o-Entry. FOURTH RACE - $13,000, allowance, 3 y.o. and up, 6 furlongs. Best Goods 114 Fast LanWyn 108 Red OnesTatr 108 Widdermakr 108 EndZonDncr 108 J.L Express 112 FIFTH RACE - $6,500, claiming, moid ens 3 ond 4 y.o. 7 furlongs. 117 Half Cocked Hi 121 DoddysRullh Hi 117 Tall Taz Hi 117 Roes Cap Hi 117 a-Time ForAI Hi Jet Pop Ivory Cove o-Love ItLstr Smbdvswtch The Arch o-Entry. SIXTH RACE - $16400, allowance, 3 y.o. and up, Vt mile, turf. EllsCheeseck 118 PlurngroveKt 112 Frosty Flake 112 Sandis Delght 107 fintstonmyts 112 Indlonance 112 RUNNING SIXTH RCE -4 furlongs, maiden, special PP Horse 2 TriDock 1 Heialunertoo I CononTvpe 7 Robert Lee Gold 3 Doctor Eugot 4 Smart Americon 5 Prince Portopia II Kafele 10 Henry's Q.B. Clay 9 Another Scotty 6 Annie's Andy 12 Country Rovale Jockey St. Macias 3 Mllitello 4 Rettele 8 Gilbert 6 1 Hernandez 3 Murray 5 Sanchez 4 0 Thomos 1 Hernandez 8 Bvrd 4 SEVENTH RACE -6 furlongs, claiming (17,5 PP Horse Jockey 1 Go Mary's Gal Gilbert 6 4 Scout Cookie Swotmon 3 3 Line 0 Belle's 2 7 My irish Jubilee Rettele 3 2 HonevGol Sellers 9 5 NightlineMist Bielby 8 6 Bel U Can Borb Mocias 7 EIGHTH RACE -1 & 116 mile, allowance, PP Horse Jockey St. 6 Go Boone Go 2 Candid Type 4 Tree ol Thorns 5a Aces Court 7 Why Pay More Sanchez Rettele Guidrv Kurek Sellers la RoodtoShiloh Kurek 3 Boone Dock Queen Guidrv NINTH RACE ofurlongs. allowance, purse PP Horse Jockey 4 Limit Me Not Gilbert 7 Round Twice Peck 9a Foxy's Success Sellers 8 Pagmar's Optimist Gilbert 3 Beau's Babe Guerra 2 Neroluske Murray 1 Samurai Sultan Compos 6a A Buck for Perry Rettele 5 Royal Comet Bielby TENTH RACE -6 furlongs, claiming ($3,000), purse $3,100. PP Horse Jockey 3 J.T.'s Ruler Ball - 1 5 Distant Storm Bowlds 6 10 Call South Sellers 8 12 HolmespunSon Brinkley 3 6 TheWasir Medina 2 1 Hoi Dandy Sellers 6 9 Deacon Tree Thomos 9 4 Billie Carroll Bielby 8 13 Mean Dancer Militello 7 16 Handy Tune Guidry 10 7 Bell's Afire Bowlds 0 2 Zee Stay Gallant Guerra 0 8 Oneoutoltwo Swatman 3 14 Lead Foot Sanchez 9 11 Jungle Kim 7 15 Mad Poker Guerra 1 Apprentice Iockey. NOTE: Post position numbers may differ from official program numbers. BEST BET WA WA SENORITA. BEST LONG SHOT J.T.'S RULER. RECOMMEND WAWASENORITADANCING NOVAGO BOONE GO. Monday's NINTH RACE (lm, 70 yds.) - Princess Nidra (Militello) 10.80, 5.40, 4.40; Cab's Copy (Kurek) 4.40, 3.80; Rich'n Gorgeous (Murray) 4.80. Time - 1:42. Scratched - Voting Ladv, Go Boone Go. TENTH RACE (1 l16m) - Mercan Dlmaggi Oaks (Bryant). THIRD RACE - Purse $700; claiming $1,000, one mile pace. 1. Bud Dust (Coulter); 2. Lil Abner N (Jones); 3. Timely Dale (TBA); 4. Chicago Bull (Warren); 5. Sessions (Finn); 6. QT Kara (Card). FOURTH RACE - Purse $700; non-winners of 1 parl-mutuel race lifetime, 6YO and under, one mile pace. 1. Makepeace (Finn); 2. Eight Penny (Elsey); 3. Benll Thorpe (Jones); 4. Precious Chick (Nessa); 5. Trackslde Lassie (TBA); 6. J A Rick (Graham). FIFTH RACE - Purse $700; nonwinners of $300 last 5 starts, one mile pace. 1. Credit To Noble (Jones); 2. Vena Song (Card); 3. Super Tom (Wilson); 4. Bit O Sweetness (Coulter); 5. Princess Tara (Saner); 6. Bluffview Princess ( McCalllster); 7. Scotty Gold (Finn); 8. Ro Flon Jade (McDanel). SIXTH RACE - Purse $800; claiming $2000, one mile pace. 1. Faith Time (Coulter); 2. Dopey (Saner); 3. Mar Jim Harvey (TBA); 4. Per-ryanna (Yoder); 5. On A Streak (Miller); 6. Captain James (Warren). SEVENTH RACE - Purse $700; 2YO, one mile pace. 1. Swingin Marve (Saner); 2. Elfin Annie (Liles); 3. Rousos (Coulter); 4. Free Me (Jones); 5. Knight Gollzon (Dasen Sr.); 6. Double Martini (Llles);7. Swingin' Lucl (Nessa). EIGHTH RACE - Purse $1,000; non-winners of more than $1,000 last 5 starts or nonwinners of 4 pori-mu-tuel races lifetime, also eligible claiming $6,000, one mile pace. 1. Cinnamon Stick (Warren); 1 Mr SEVENTH RACE - $15,000, claiming, 1 y.o.andup,l lMmlle. o-SuprtngCst 117o-GummoBy 121 Big Bobcat 123 Coaxing Mark 117 Wilkswood 118 Regal Brekd 121 Funny Tunes 112 o-Enlry. EIGHTH RACE - $25400 added, 2 y.o ( furlongs. The Chief llllnlwek DemetrlsKek 115 S.D. Riggins 115 Looklntmvvs' 115 Five PlusFive 115 Honest Roy 112 Jades Ruler 115 Docs Housed 115 o-Silky Gray 115 Lucky Lately 112 Don Johnson 112 0-StnHrbrMt 115 a-Entry. NINTH RACE - $14,000, allowance, 3 y.o. ond up, IVi mile, turf. PassAPIum 108 Profillc Hope 116 o-TotEmHm 113 With Who 113 , Monvrbrdwy 108 a-Marry ThBs 111 Tallest 108 Chelsea Chms 113 Dewey Hill 111 Consuelsa 111 lifti iTli lui tm An lm h "tti "tn The Phillies tied the score 2-2 in the third on a walk to Steve Jeltz, a sacrifice, Milt Thompson's double and Mike Schmidt's RBI single. The Giants, who have a three-game winning streak, took a 1-0 lead in the second on an infield single by Jose Uribe with the bases loaded. Candy Maldonado opened the inning with a walk and reached third on a single by Chili Davis. Bob Brenly was walked intentionally and Uribe then hit a slow bouncer toward first, allowing Maldonado to score. The Giants made it 2-0 in the third on Maldonado's 15th homer of the year. standards here are as high as anywhere." But medical experts said they were surprised no ringside doctor was present, a prerequisite for professional boxing matches. The British Medical Association called for an age limit to be imposed on professional wrestlers. "There are obviously dangers from any violent sport," said association spokesman Dr. Geoffrey Cundy. "But when it involves people in middle age the dangers are greater. Bones and muscles are more brittle and vital organs become more vulnerable." Crabtree is regarded as a gentle giant, one of the sport's good guys, and is a favorite with children, regularly visiting youngsters in hospitals. Kirk's wife, Ilona, said she had begged her husband to give up wrestling, which pays poorly by most professional sports standards in Britain. "I knew this was going to happen," she said. "Mai wasn't getting any younger. The trouble with wrestlers is that they just cannot stay out of the ring." weights, colts & geldings, purse SS.290. Record Odds Comment Ol-l 5-2 Best in stretch 02 2-1 Must be caught 02 5-1 Lost much better 00 6-1 Improving 00 8-1 Finished last 0-1-0 101 Just missed vs. less 001 101 Lost good, in tougher now 02 12-1 Some other time 00 15-1 Give a race 00 201 Needs more work 00 301 Shows little ability 00 301 Won't be close - 8,500), filies & mares, curse M200. St. Record Odds Comment 11 1-2 1-1 10 Ol-I 6-1 Catches them late 2-1 One to beat 2-1 Right there both storts 4- 1 Won't be lor off 5- 1 Needs minor improvement 12-1 Inbitsofter-LONGSHOT 201 Shows little in 1987 1-2 00 fillies 4 mares, purse 19,200. Record Odds Comment 9 44 6-5 Lost win very impressive 7 4-2-1 7-5 Beat odds on lavorile 9 3-2 8-1 Won with this iockey , ,. 9 01-2 6-1 Best could do it 8 2-1-4 101 In tougher spot-LONGSHOT 11 21 15-1 Toodull 6 00 201 Little to offer $5,600. St. Record Odds Comment 10 1-1 1-1 12 10 6-1 Greatly improved in lost 4-1 Be right there 7-2 One to beat 4-1 Won lost easily 4-1 Won only start 6-1 Can easily repeat 12-1 WonlostatF.P.-LONGSHOT 12-1 Has o chance 10 1-1 10 12-1 Contention goes deep here St. Record Odds Comment (HHi 02 1-2-1 Ol 10 12 1-1-1 02 10 1-2-2 00 00 00 10 00 00 101 Needed orace-LONGSHOT 2- 1 One to beat 3- 1 Right there tonight 9-2 At best level 6-1 Holds good form 6-1 Can easily repeat 101 Needs quicker time-L.S. 12-1 Not too far off 15-1 Some other lime 201 Some other time 25-1 Needs the work 301 Little chance tonight 301 Never close 201 No factor 301 Hard to like 301 No shot Late Races tile Pete (Bielby) 10.80, 6.00, 4.20; Doctor Dulish (Swatman) 8.40, 5.40; Classic Scotsman (Campos) 3.40. Time - 1:4745. TRIFECTA (5-2-1) paid $254.00. Attendance - 3,822; Handle -$402,348. McCabe (Nessa); 3. Fox Valley Ju-rist ( McDanel); 4. Game Galewood (Banks); 5. Menemsha (Liles); 6. Minor Bov (TBA). NINTH RACE - Purse $900; nonwinners of $750 last 5 starts or nonwinners of 3 pari-muluel races lifetime, also eligible claiming $4,000, one mle pace. 1. Skip Work (Anderson); 2. Sadie Skippit (Cox); 3. Bold Guest N (Yoder); 4. D J Don (TBA); 5. Wlllit Win (Liles); 6. All Dawn (Finn); 7. Deanover (Roberts); 8. Pacing Knight (Plowman). TENTH RACE - Purse $60,000; Ttv? West Point simulcast from Saratoga Race Track, 3YO and up, 1 116 mile on the turf. Entries not available at press time. Selections Bv The Associated Press 1- Wayland Byrd, The Big Snake, Panic. 2- Alexis Hawk, The Appraiser, Dlmaggi Oaks. 3- Chicago Bull, Lil Abner N, Timely Dale. 4- J A Rick, Trackside Lossie, Makepeace. 5- Bit O Sweetness, Super Tom, Princess Tara. 6- On A Streak, Captain James, Perryanna. 7- Rousos, Elfin Annie, Swingin Marve. 8- Menemsha, Cinnamon Stick, Mr McCabe. 9- Deanover, Willlt Win, Bold Guest N. 10- Not available at press time. Dream Leadr 116 o-Enlry. Selections By The Associated Press 1- Peggv Pitso, Leigh Dona, Star De Pleasure 2- Arts Chandelle, Chief Reelfoot, The Parkdalia. ' 3- Cynthia B., Queen's Warning, Wily Princess. 4- Fast Lane Wayne, J.L. Express, Best Goods. 5- The Arch, Roe's Cap, Time For Al. 6- Plumgrove Katie, Sandi s Delight, Ell's Cheesecake. 7- Supportlng Cast, Big Bobcat, Wilkswood. 6 Silky Gray, Jade's Ruler, Stone Harbor Mate. . 9-Tote Em Home, Marry The Boss, Tallest. Best Bet-Peogy Pitso. Jtm Iwiftmtn tS1i, fa 4 ,, ifciAmiifr i i

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