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C2 ASBURY PARK PRESS, Fri., Aug. 15, 1975 Scoreboard Major League Box Scores BOSTON CALIFORNIA r h bl 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 ob r h bi Cooper dh Dovte 2b Collins If 3 10 0 4 12 2 4 0 2 0 4 112 4 0 2 1 4 0 0 0 3 12 0 2 110 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Remv 2b Riverscf Stonton rf Cholk 3b Bochtelb Balaidh Horn Dion c Mi lev ss Singer o Kirkwoodp Ystrmski lb Lvnn ct Rice It Bemguei If Fiskc 4 RMiller rt 4 Petrocelli 3b 4 Burleson ss 3 BLeep 0 Total 37 3 10 3 Total 31 5 10 5 Boston 100 010 100 3 California 005 000 00k- S LOB Boston 11, Colifornio 4. 2B Remv, Dovle. S Hampton. IP H R ER BB SO B Lee (L, 15 71 8 10 5 5 1 3 Singer ( W.7-1 1) 6 1 3 9 3 3 3 0 Kirkwood 2 2 3 1 0 0 0 2 Save Klrkwood (7). HBP bv Singer (Rice). T 2: 16. A 11,984. ST LOUIS Brock If ob r h bi 4 0 10 5 1 3 1 5 12 1 3 0 0 0 5 13 2 ab r h bi 5 12 1 4 110 3 110 3 113 3 0 3 0 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 3 111 3 110 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 Office cf Belloir ss Evans 3b DMay It Lum lb Baker rf Blanks 2b Correllc PNIekroo Leon p Sadecki p McBridecf WDovisrf TSimmns c RSmlth lb Siiemore 2b Keit! 3b 5 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 Lintz ss 0 0 0 0 Melendezph 1 0 0 0 Tvson ss 5 12 0 McGlothn p Reynolds P Bradford ph HParker p Fairly ph Gorman p Rudolph ph 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 9 10 0 0 Total 41 4 15 St. Louis Atlanto E-Tvson. DP-: LOB St. Louis Total 33 6 11 5 101 001 100 4 301 200 OOx 6 Louis 1. Atlanta 1. 14, Atlonto 7 SB-Davis (5), D.May (7), ith (17V P.Niekro. HR W Correll (10). R Sm IP H K ER BB SO McGlothn (L.12-9) Reynolds h porker Gorman PNiekro W, 12-10) Leon Sadecki Save Sodecki 3 2 I 2 6 13 11 2-3 1 2 3 (1). HBP-bv Leon (Reitz), by Garm an (D May) PB Cor- rell. 1-2:36. A 4 188. Son Fran. AB Thomasn cf 4 DThomas 2b 5 Murcer rt 4 Adorns rt 1 Matthews If 4 JBrown If 0 Monto nez lb 5 BMiller 3b 0 SDeier ss 1 CRobnsn ss 2 DaRader c 4 Ontiveros 3b 4 Barr o 5 Montreal H Ab 1 Dwver If 4 1 Foil ss 3 1 Frias ss 1 0 Carter rf 4 0 Jorgensn lb 3 0 Biittner cf 4 3 Parrlsh 3b 4 0 Mackanin 2b 4 1 Foote c 3 0 Murray D 0 2 Bailev ph 1 2 Bloir p 1 1 Schrmn p 0 Lvttie ph 1 DeMoia p 0 JoMrales c 2 Ttools 39 9 1 2 Totals 35 SanFronclsco 030 411 0O0 9 Montreal 000 000 0022 E Parrish, Dwver. CRobinson. DP-Son-Franclsco 1, Montreal 2. LOB-SonFrancis-co 9, Montreal 7. 2B Foil, Barr, Parrlsh, Biittner. HR DaRader 4. SB Thomasson, Montanez Baseball LEAGUE Plover Club Corew Mm Lynn Bsn Munson NY WoshingtonOok Hargrove Tex McRae KC Powell Cle Rice Bsn Singleton Bal Manning Cle AB R H Pet. .367 .334 .316 .315 .312 .309 .304 .303 .301 .301 412 389 433 438 375 418 303 433 422 316 72 151 74 130 60 137 62 138 63 117 50 129 42 92 75 131 68 127 48 95 Home Runs R Jackson, Oakland. 28, Mavberrv, Kansas City, 26, G.Scott, Milwaukee, 25; Bonds, New York, 22. Burroughs, Texas, 21. Runs Batted In Lvnn, Boston, 83, Rice, Boston, 82; L.Mav, Baltimore, 81; Mavberrv, Kansos Citv, 81; G Scott. Milwaukee, 77. Pitching (11 Decisions) Eckerslev, Cleveland, 9 3, .750; Wise, Boston, 16-6, .727; Palmer, Baltimore. 18 7, 720, B Lee, Boston, 15-6, 714, M Torrez, Baltimore. 14-6, .700; Blue Oakland, 16 8. .667, Bird. Kansos Cily, 8 4, .667; Bosmon. Oakland. 8-4. .667 Gallagher's Rolls To Easy Victory OCEAN TOWNSHIP -Gallagher's Tavern outscored the Knights of Columbus 32-10 in the third period and scored an 84-67 victory yesterday in the High School Basketball Federation. The victory enables Gallagher's to stay tied for first place with Steve Gepp's Pub which defeated Ocean County Bank, 75-71. The two teams have 11-5 records. Mike Harris and John Dooley led Gallagher's with 21 and 14 points respectively. Bill Dooley (no relation) had 18 for Ocean County. Joe Grasso dropped in 21 points and Rich Kasten added 13 as Steve Gepp's topped Ocean County Bank. Carmen Centanni scored 17 for Ocean County. Frank's Mens Shop rallied Top Seeds Post Easy Victories COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -The top two seeds in the $50,000 Buckeye Tennis Championships scored easy . victories last night, but two other top players were upset. Stan Smith of Sea Pines, S.C., the No. 1 seed, breezed by Ken McMillan of Fort Worth, Tex., 6-4, 6-2, and second-seeded Bob Lutz of San Clemente, Calif., ousted MikeEstep of Dallas 61, 6-3. Unheralded Jim Delaney of Potomac, Md., surprised thirdseeded Karl Meiler of Germany 7-6, 6-3 and Sherwood Stewart of Goose Creek, Tex., upset sixth-seeded Ulrich Pinner of Germany 6- 3, 6-0. Meanwhile, fifth-seeded Tom Gorman of Seattle was pushed to three sets before turning back the upset bid of Amino1 Annitraj of India 5-7, 7- 5, 7-6. India's top-ranked player, Vijay Ainitraj, got past Brian Teacher of San Diego 6-2, 7-6. HOUSTON ob WHowardct 5 Gross rt 4 Cedenoct 1 JCrui It 2 CJohnsonlb 4 MMov c 4 OoRader3b 4 Boswell 2b 4 DaVanonss 4 Richard d 2 Helms ph 1 Granger p 0 Cabell ph 1 r h bl 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 Modlock 3b Cordenol If JeMrales rf LaCock lb Sperrmg2b Swisher c SStoneo 3 13 0 4 12 0 4 0 0 0 2 2 11 3 0 3 1 4 0 11 4 0 0 0 Total 33 5 10 3 Total 36 3 10 3 Chicago 110 200 010 5 Houston 011 000 001 3 E Modlock, Monday. DP Houston 2. LOB Chicago 6. Houston 8. 2B W Howard. DoRader, Cobell. HR C.Johnson (10). S Soerring. SF LoCock. IP H R E R BB SO S Stone (W. 11 5) 9 Richara (L.8 8) 7 Granger 2 T 2:33. A-7,555. 10 3 3 2 6 7 4 4 3 7 3 110 1 CLEVELAND ab r h bi Manning ct 5 0 0 0 CHICAGO r h bi 1 2 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 I 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PKellv rf 5 Orta 2b 4 CMav lb 3 DeJohnsndh 4 Hendersncf 1 Dent ss 4 BBell 3b Hendrick rt Cartvlb Kuiperpr Pru,ll Ih 5 0 10 4 110 4 13 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FRobinsndh 4 A 1 (1 Nyman If Hoirston If Stein 3b Downing c Varnev c Koat p Hamilton p Spikes If 4 0 0 0 JEillsc 3 2 2 1 Ashbv c 10 0 0 Brohamr2b 3 0 10 Outfv ss 3 0 2 1 Harrison o 0 0 0 0 JBrown p 0 0 0 0 Total 36 4 1 1 Cleveland Chicogo E Brohomer, E 7, Chicago 7 2B DeJohnson, Broha 4 Total 32 6 8 6 000 111 100 4 030 000 21- 6 I Bell. LOB-Cleveland Hendrick, Corty, Orta, mer. 3B-P.Kellv. HR J Ellis (7), Corty (3). SB-C.May. Harrison (L.5-4) J.Brown Kaot (W.17-9) Hamilton Save Hamilton 2:30. A-7,399. (13), P.Kelly (8). Stein IP H 6 2 3 7 I 13 1 7 13 10 1 2-3 1 (4). PB- R ER BB SO 5 5 5 2 110 3 4 4 13 0 0 11 Varney. T PITTSBURGH ob r h bi Stennett2b 4 0 10 Hebner 3b 4 0 0 0 AOIiver cf 4 0 0 0 DParker rf 4 0 0 0 Robertsnlb 3 0 0 0 Zisk It 3 0 0 0 Sanguilln c 3 12 1 Reynoldsss 3 0 0 0 Reussp 2 0 0 0 Tekulvep 0 0 0 0 Kirkotrck Dh 1 0 1 0 CINCINNATI ob r h bi Rose 3b 3 110 Grittev rf Morgan 2b Bench c TPerez lb G Foster If 4 13 0 4 0 11 4 12 0 4 110 4 2 2 5 Geronimocf 4 0 0 0 Flvnnss 3 0 0 0 Nolan p 3 0 10 McEnanyp 0 0 0 0 Demery p 0 0 0 0 Total 31 1 4 1 Total 33 6 11 6 Pittsburgh 000 000 010- I Cincinnati 000 302 lOx 6 DP-Plttsburgh 1. LOB-Pittsburgh 3, Cincinnati 4. 2B Grittev. 3B Nolan. HR G.Foster 2 (21), Songuillen (7). IP H R ER BB SO 6 9 5 5 0 4 Reuss (L.12-9) Tekuive Demery Nolon (W.lll McEnaney WP-Reuss. T 1 8 I :54. A Leaders NATIONAL LEAGUE Plaver Club G AB R H Pet. 145 .355 141 .341 132 .329 122 .326 121 .326 160 .324 123 .324 158 .320 128 .320 116 .319 Modlock Chi T.Simmons StL Watson Htn Sanguillen Pgh Joshua SF Rose Cin Morgan Cin Garvev LA D Porker Pgh Brock StL 102 115 108 101 96 118 109 119 107 95 409 414 401 374 371 494 380 493 400 364 Home Runs Luzinski, Philadelphia, 29; Schmidt, Philadelphia, 25; Kingmon, New York, 24; Bench, Cincinnati, 22; G.Foster, Cincinnati, 21. Runs Batted In Luzinski, Philadelphia, 95; Bench, Cincinnati, 93; Stoub, New York, 78; T.Perez, Cincinnati, 78; Watson, Houston, 78. Pitching (11 Decisions) Hrabosky, St. Louis. 10 3. 769; Gullett, Cincinnati, 9 3, 750, Billinqhom. Cincinnati, U 5. .722; Seover. New York. 16 7, 6V6; S.SIone. Chicogo. 11 5, 68R, R Jones. San Diepo. 15 7, .6H2; Kirbv. Cincinnati, 8-4, .667; Nolan, Cincinnati, 116, .647 in the last quarter to edge Shrewsbury Perkins, 58-56, behnd 16 points by Jerry Agee. Joe Tort had 20 for Shrewsbury. A 23-6 fourth quarter surge enabled Crane Cleaners to defeat M & M Savino's, 76-64. Steve Collins scored 24 for Crane while Terry Hebert and Rich Morgan both had 16 for M & M. In the final game, Coast Cities Cruisers and Monmouth Bottle Shop were tied at 68 with 1:48 remaining when darkness forced a suspension. The game w ill be resumed from the point of the suspension Sunday at 5:30. M&M Savino's Crane Cleaners G F P G F P Hebert Morgan Taylor Bechtloff Davis Voles Fav Matter Totals 2 16 Collins II 2 24 2 16 Venerable 4 8 Grover 0 6 Dickinson 2 6 Tarantota 0 6 Messineo 0 4 Chodwick 0 10 2 14 2 4 3 5 0 4 3 15 I 26 0 2 10 64 Tolols32 12 75 12 22 19 23- 76 16 16 26 6- 64 Crane M&M Savino's K of Brown BDooley Finn Loc mever Roper Sarno Sherman Gallagher's G F P G F P 1 3 5 Bovle 8 2 18 JDoolev 2 4 8 Harris 4 2 10 Leigh 2 0 4 Livelli 5 6 16 Mever 0 6 6 Paterno Perry Shalloo Woicik 22 23 67 Totals 0 2 5 21 3 13 0 2 2 4 0 12 0 0 0 6 0 10 Totals Gollaher's Knights Referees 35 14 84 23 17 32 12 20 22 10 15 Waidever, Keooler. 84 67 Ocean Co. Bonk Steve Gepp's CHICAGO ob r h bl Kessingerss 5 0 0 0 Monday cf 4 10 0 G F P G F P McDonald 1 4 6 Carmody 4 2 10 Kelsey 6 0 12 Seaman 5 0 10 Centanni 8 1 17 Grasso 8 5 21 Hil ondt 3 0 6 Hope 2 1 5 VanK gen 4 1 9 Tripoe 1 3 5 Hill 5 2 12 Williams 5 1 11 Kelly I 0 2 Kasten 4 5 13 Cumings 3 1 7 Totals 31 9 71 Totals 29 17 7 5 Steve Gepp's 20 24 12 19- 75 Ocean County 16 23 14 18- 71 Shrewsbury G F P GPP Leddv 1 0 2 Sheehan 6 0 12 Bradley 4 2 10 Croak 2 0 4 Tort 9 2 20 Agee 6 4 16 Slinger 4 0 8 Grewe I 0 2 Kavanaugh 0 0 0 McCourt 2 1 5 Abradi 3 0 6 Saunders 7 0 14 Howe 0 2 2 Higgins 1 S 7 Russo 4 0 8 Totals 25 6 56 Totals 24 10 58 Frank's 9 15 12 27- 58 Shrewsbury 12 10 22 12- 56 Rash ofDruggings Stirs Up Monmouth By MARTY F1SCHBEIN Press Staff Writer OCEANPORT - The recent rash of unusual happenings at thoroughbred race tracks in New Jersey and neighboring states has race fans here talking to themselves. What they are trying to figure out is just how all the good things the New Jersey Racing Commission is promising will work out. In its latest action the Commission announced that on the report of Dalare Associates, official chemist for the Racing Commission, Sports By TOBY PRICE Press Staff Writer Amabile to Coach At Mater Dei John Amabile has been appointed an assistant varsity football coach at Mater Dei High School. Amabile served as head football coach at Middletown Township High School for five years before resigning last winter. He will continue teaching in the math department at Middletown High School. The Little Silver and Red Bank Recreation annual football and soccer clinic will be held at 6-8 p.m., Aug. 18-22 at the Little Silver Playground and at 6-8 p.m., Aug. 25-29 at the old Red Bank High School football field. It is open to all candidates out for high school football and soccer. Coaches are Anthony Sousa, Carmine Forte and Nick Smith . . . Laurie Cancalosi and Chris Sodano of Monmouth Beach school attended the Pocono Sports Camp in Stroudsburg, Pa., the week of Aug. 10. The Wing and Bonnet Club will hold its 24th annual fall field trial for the NJCSCC championship Sept. 7 at Wall Stadium. Rain date is Sept. 14. Registration opens at 8 a.m. and the first car goes off at 9:30 a.m. Entry fee is $5 for Class X and $8 for all other classes. Trial master is Harry Brann. Advance entry may be sent to the club at P.O. Box 263, Sea Girt. The Streakers and the Professionals are tied for first place in the Monroe Township Recreation men's slow-pitch softball league with 8-2 records. Help (4-1) is the leader in the women's softball league. The Sluggers (3-1) lead the midget girls softball league. Dynamite (4-0) paces the junior-senior girls softball league. Brick Recreation took first place in the Spring Lake Heights Recreation Invitational Basektball tournament by defeating Spring Lake Heights 59-37. Brick defeated Neptune City and Spring Lake to reach the final. Jones led Brick with 19 points while Binns had 15 for Spring Lake Heights . . . Kenneth MacKenzie, 16, of Middletown Township, won a gold medal, the top award, for bowling in the International Special Olympics held at Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Mich., Aug. 7-11. Ramtown (4-0) leads the new Howell Recreation Girl's Softball League. Aldrich is second with a 3-1 mark in the four-team league. All games will be played at Aldrich field at 6:15 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays .... Bernie Gold-water has guided the Howell Recreation entry to the championship final of the 32-team Ed Carleton Baseball League against Toms River. Assistant manager is Bill Shaffer. Ray Vein of Middletown Township has been appointed offense and offensive line coach at West Windsor-Plainsboro High School. Veth, out of Waynesburg, Pa. College, is a 1970 Middletown Township High School graduate where he led the Lions to an unbeaten season in 1969 and earned Press All-Shore first team honors at center. More high school physicals: Toms River High School South Aug. 19, boy's cross country 8 a.m., girl's cross country, 9 a.m., girl's tennis, 9:30 a.m., girl's gymnastics 10 a.m., boy's gymnastics 10:30 a.m., Aug. 20, field hockey 8 a.m.,; Aug. 21, soccer 8 a.m., Aug. 22, freshman football 8 a.m.; Aug. 25, varsity and jayvee football 8 a.m.; sophomore football 10 a.m. Brick Township High School physicals: Aug. 28, girl's field hockey, gymnastics and cross country 9 a.m. in the West nurse's office; Aug. 29, boy's cross country, soccer 9 a.m. in the West nurse's office; Aug. 30, football 8 a.m., in the team locker room. The Greenbriar Shuffleboard Club on Burnt Tavern Road, Brick Township, will host the fourth N.J. Shuffle-board Association meet Aug. 19-20. The Jamboree singles state tournament begins at 9:30 a.m., on the 20 Greenbriar adult community courts. Trvphies will be awarded to the first four places for men and women in both the novice and pro divisions. Duffy's Stanwall Inn won the Point Pleasant Men's Softball League championship Sunday taking a double-header from the Hutch, 4-1 and 12-11. Jack Bowman hurled a five-hitter in the opener and Herb Hirsh drove in three runs. Duffy's took a 11-5 lead in the second game but had to turn three doubles plays in the last three innings to preserve the victory. Duffy's finished with a 24-3 record this year. They have a 103-17 mark for the past six years in the league. Connors Draws Top Position For Tennis Week Open Play SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. (AP) Jimmy Connors drew the top-seeded position yesterday in the $50,000 Tennis Week Open tournament to be held at the Orange Lawn Tennis Club here Aug. 18-24. Last year, Connors defaulted in the finals to Alex Metreveli of the Soviet Union because of illness. Illie Nas-tase of Romania, the 1972 champion, was seeded No. 2 that the urine specimen of the horse Rozzo who won the ninth race Saturday was positive for Phenothiazine type tranquilizer andor a derivative thereof. Rozzo was disqualified for all purposes except wagering, and the purse of the race in question is to be redistributed as follows: 1st Nocold; 2nd Sean's Turn; 3rd Mr. Tiffany; 4th Dick The Dart and 5th Stolen Gold. The race in question was a trifecta race in which the bettor has to pick the first three finishers in order and Notes in the 32-man field battling for the $9,500 top prize. The next three seeded positions were reserved for World Team Tennis players, whose teams will be eliminated in next week's playoffs. Tournament chairman Gene Scott has listed either Australian Tony Roche or Bob Lutz of San Clemente, Calif., for the No. 3 position; Vitas Gerulaitls of Howard Beach, N.Y., or Sandy Mayer in Saturday's race with Rozzo first the trifecta paid holders of tickets on 5-6-3. $141 for a $3 ticket. Wednesday the Commission announced that starting Monday trifecta races will have to have at least nine horses entered unless a late scratch removes a horse after wagering has started. If less than nine hnrses are programmed for the trifecta the track would substitute exacta wagering in which the bettor picks the Opt two finishers in order. The change is supposed to stop rigging of trifecta races by increasing the odds of winning. Fans are rapidly becoming disenchanted with the exotic forms of betting such as tri-fectas, pick fours, exactas etc., particularly when alleged betting coups are making the headlines. Unfortunately for the. bettors who back the horse moved up when illegal drugs are discovered, there is no recourse for them. Saturday's drugging incident was the second at Monmouth Park within a 10-day period and the stewards, Thoroughbred Racing Protective Butvau and the state police are continuing their investigation into the matter. Jesus Guadalupe, the New York jockey who was banned for allegedly using an electrical device to stimulate his horse Dive Master in a workout at Monmouth Park was denied a restraining order that would have permitted him to resume riding until the case was settled. Guadalupe will get a hearing by the Racing Commission next week but the Superior Court of Camden set aside his restraining order until that time. The three top riders now active at the track accounted for six wins in yesterday's nine races. Apprentice Jimmy Edwards upped his standing to 49 wins bringing home Secretary Joan $8.80) in the fourth race and Clout ($6.60) in the featured eighth. Don Brumfield stayed close on Edwards heels with 43 by winning the first aboard Clark Road ($4) and the fifth with Say Yes Lady ($10.60). Craig Perret, who missed a couple of weeks with a shoulder injury is closing in on the two leaders and also had two winners yesterday. He won with Sea Kindly ($12.20) in the third and Sufficient ($7) in the seventh to bring his total of wins to 38. Fuel Prince ridden by J.R. Anderson set up a 10-9-6 trifecta which returned $1,-614.30 for $3. Orantes Wins In Canadien TORONTO (AP) - Manuel Orantes of Spain toppled Jan Kamiwazumi of Japan 6-2, 6-4 yesterday and moved into the third round of the $130,-000 Canadian Open tennis champion-ship. Meanwhile, Phil Dent of Australia and Jan Fibak of Poland advanced in third round matches. Bills Give Jones Second Chance EATONTOWN - Ed Jones, former Rutgers University and Middletown Township football standout, left for the Buffalo Bills' training camp in Niagara Falls, N.Y. after being claimed by the team Wednesday. Jones, a defensive back, was drafted on the ninth round by the Dallas Cowboys but injured an ankle in practice and saw only limited action in Saturday night's of Wayne for No. 4, and Mark Cox of England for the fifth-seeded position. Vijay Amritraj, a 1973 finalist, was seeded sixth, followed by South Africa's Bob Hewitt and Roger Taylor of England. Former champions Clark Graebner of New York, who won in 1971, and 1973 champ Colin Dibley of Australia also are among the competitors. t., ' -1 1 " rw - m- W ."ii " " hj 'Jr : , - ' 1 - -f U 1 . jjr ' , ' 1 v - -"Mtf ' & Lakewood's Bob Delconte is a study of concentration seconds before driving in John Reizer with winning run in bottom ot .sixth inning tor 0-4 victory over Burlington, Va., at Metuchen yesterday. (Press Photo) Late Rally Key ForLakewood FnwjP3ge CI flu attack that precipitated an early exit in Saturday's Mid-Atlantic final, struck out the side in the top of the first, but Langlias led off the second with a single. After Cochones and Bisal-lon went down on pop outs, Moody tagged Starr's second delivery over the 10-foot-high fense in left-center field. Liamos' shot was labled home run when it left the bat. Wayne Savard, filling in for regular right fielder Paul Leavitt who is out with a jammed finger, drilled a one-out single to right before Liamos greeted Starr's first pitch, hammering it over the fence in right. Day Triggers Allah's Win Undefeated Allah's Sons pulled away from the Asbury Bombers and went on to win the Asbury Park Senior Basketball League Playoff championship, 81-71, yesterday. Rodney Day led the winners with 17 points while Frank Smith and Ted Riley followed with 16 apiece. Daryl Coles took game scoring honors for the Bombers with 26 and Pete Johnson added 14. Following the game, Coles was voted the Most Valuable Player. 34-7 setback to the Los Angles Rams. Jones was cut from the Cowboys on Monday but received' another opportunity . when the Bills contacted him Wednesday. "I'm real happy to get another chance," Jones said after the Bills contacted him. Jones had a rough time breaking into the Cowboys' defensive backfield. with seven returning defensive backs and will have to compete against All-Pro safety Tony Greene and veteran Bob James of the Bills. The Bills, however, lack depth in the secondary and Jones is thus hopeful of gaining a spot on the Bills' roster. Schedule TODAY BASKETBALL Twilight Basketball League (At Christian Brothers Academy) Kentucky vs. Indiana UCLA vs. Notre Dame Cincinnati vl. Louisville Long Branch Adult League Plavofts (At Lenna Conrow School) Mike's Plzia vs. Schneider's 4:45 p.m. Langlias, now 3-1 in tournament competition including a no-hitter against Mount Petier in the Section I finals, lost his bid for a shutout in the second inning when Schulman drew a leadoff walk and scored on Del-conte's double to the fence in center. But the husky 12-year-old right-hander bore down and allowed Lakewood just two baserunners over the next three innings. "I really wasn't trying to throw hard," Langlias maintained, "I was just trying to put it past them. With my fastball and curve, I was able to keep them off guard." TOURNEY NOTES - All four teams will tour Ford Motor Company assembly plant in nearby Linden today and take in tonight's Mets-Giants game at Shea Stadium . . . The Lakewood Township Committee adopted resolution last night praising them and wishing it success througout remainder of tournament. Press Selections By DON ZAMARELLI MONMOUTH Saturday 1 Pcnesto 3-1, Miss Brampton 4-1, Calm Cathy 6 1. 1 Regal Skipper 5-2, Stash The Cash 4-1. Ohio Indian 4-1. 3 Sailing Leader 4-1, Yo Ra Relna 4- 1, Step To The Rear 5-1. 4 Horry's Runner 4-1, Brumudy 5- 1, Red Sky o-l. 5 - Chlclette 5-3, On The Road East 4-1, Venetian Holiday 5-1. 6 - Mr. Darby 2-1, The Brave Chicken 4-1, Buck And Wing 4-1. 7 Warbucks 3 2, Mr. Correlation 4-1, Kettle River 4-1. 8 Group Plon 2-1, Stonewalk 3-1, Havrub 7-2. 9 Lahar 3-1, Mad Prince 4-1, Imperlum II 5-1. Best - Warbucks (7th) ATLANTIC CITY Friday 1 - Quick Body 5-2, Apollo Warrior 4-1, Striker 4-1. 2 Lucky Mae 4-1, Cotfe Away 3-1, Wvatt Adlos 4-1. 3 Bret John 61, Llndy's Sardin 3- 1, Tyrolean Pat 4-1. 4 - Sam Hlckey 3-1, Fudd 4-1, Master Grovevllle S-l. 5 Gun Toter 5 2, Judge G 41, Hawkins Lobell 4-1. 6 Red Caton 5-2, Nict Kid 7-2, Clalrmont Drummond 6-1. 7 JM David 6-1, Irish Rebellion 4- 1, Jim Henry Purdue 4-1. t Doris Marches 4-1, Beau Chevol 3-1, Sterling's Glomor 4-1. 9 Mark's Raider 4-1, Sharp Focus 5- 2, JM Eddie 31. 10 Lucky Jlmbo 5-2, Alelula 4-1, Walter Pick 5-1. Best Gun Toter (5th) Brooks Set For Bout With Viruet NEW YORK (AP) -Monroe Brooks of Los Angeles will fight Adolpho Viruet In a 12-round junior welterweight bout at Las Vegas, Nev., Aug. 29 in the sixth of seven nationally-televised matches, Madison Square Garden announced yesterday. Brooks has a record of 25-1-3, with 17 knockouts, while Viruet has won all 14 of his pro fights, five by knockout. Monmouth Entries SATURDAY POST TIME 2 P.M. 1ST $4,300 CLAIMING 3 YO FILLIES ($5,0-4,0) 6 FUR. 1 Dorlng Pellne. Drury "112 2 Penesto. Spindler 115 3 Sharon Ann, Morales 119 4 Calm Cathy. Drury "112 5 Igloo Madam, Edwards ll 6 Look Out Renee, Mlceli 113 7 Native Touch, Wilson 119 Brldgev Babe, Gomez 105 9 Bronie Pilot, Edwards '112 10 Pride ot Bella, Edwards l 10 11 Miss Brampton, Delahoussave 122 12 Dancing Leaves, Mlceli 113 2ND $4,000 CLAIMING 3 YO & UP ($3,500) 6 FUR. 1 Gay an Gallant, Tanner 110 2 Satan's Quettpon, Alvarez 113 3 Malln, Mlceli 116 4 Free To Plght. Ortli 113 5 Noble Stride 113 6 Stash the Cash, Delohoussave 1 13 7 Mary's Rom 113 6 Regal Sklpoer, Ortiz 113 9 Clown Suit. Morales -116 10 Lighting Lark, Perret 119 11a Ohio Indian, Anderson 113 12a Tudor Bill, Anderson 113 3RD $6,500 CLAIMING 3 YO FILLIES ($13,0-10,0) 6 FUR. la Randl's Pet, Perret 122 2x Sailing Leader 116 3 Sherry M. 113 4 Patriotic Native, Wilson 116 5 Step to the Rear, E awards I It 6 Sister's Seven, Edwards II4 7x Praktiklv Purtcct 119 8 Monica, Thomas 116 9a Yo La Relna, Perret 116 4TH $6,500 CLAIMING 3 YO & UP ($10,0-8,0) 1 M & 116 (TURF) la Shoot, Movers 116 2 Red Skv, Graclo 119 3a Brumidl, Movers , 116 4 Double Intrigue, Edwards 111 5x Amauillo, Thomas 114 6 Rondin, MacBeth 119 7 Morkeslan, Marauez 116 8 Harry's Runner, Wilson 113 9 Running Hot, Perret 116 10 Cool It Babe, lannelll 111 11 False Idea, Edwards '111 12 Bronze Anchor, Miceli 119 5TH $4,300 CLAIMING 3 YO FILLIES ($5,0-4,0) ONE MILE 1 Ladv Sheila, Drurv 104 2 Restless Fox. Coroballo 115 3 Venetian Holiday 117 4 Villa Ridge, Gomez 10S 5 In The Gloaming, Drury 108 6 Chiclette, Perret 115 7 Game Commander, Lopez 115 8 Saratoga Gal, Edwards M10 9 On The Road East, Marley 122 6TH $9,000 ALLOWANCE 3 YO & UP ($30,0-25,0) 1M & 116 (TURF) 1 Very Masterful 111 2 Three or Less. Edwards '111 3 Some Smart. Agnello 11? 4 Restless Jet. Solomone 120 5 Mr. Darby, Movers 115 6a Apollo Nine, Delahoussave 118 7x Second Pleasure, Teleira 119 8 Buck and Wing, Baltazar 1?? 9x The Brave Chicken, Teielra 118 10a Kitchen Gossip, Delahoussave 112 7TH $15,000 ALLOWANCE 3 YO & UP ONE MILE 1 Legion, Perret 113 2 Mr. Correlation, Thornburg 113 3 Convoy 2nd, Agnello 113 4 Silver Hooe, Lillls "108 5 Idlewlld. TurcoHe 113 6 Warbucks, Broussard 122 7 Kettle River 115 8TH HANDICAP 3 YO & UP 1M&14 "THE AMORY L. HASKELL HANDICAP" $100,000. ADDED 1 Rastaterion, Perret 2 Buck's Bid 3 Mongongo, Thornburg 4 Hat Full. Woodhouse 5 Proper Bostonion, Mlceli 6 Group Plan 7 Shore Patrol, MacBeth 8 Stonewalk, Turcotte 9 Sharp Gary, Blum lOo Rovol Glint 11a Hey Rube, Teielra 111 114 120 110 118 115 111 121 114 121 116 9TH $5,500 CLAIMING 3 YO & UP ($6,5-5,5) 1 M & 116 1 Get Set 119 2 Leo's Pisces, Alvarez 115 3 Ideafic, Edwards 4 Over Awe 1 1 5 5 Lahar, Delahoussave 118 6 Play Street, Perret 117 7a Ambling. Under, Carabatlo 115 8 Imperlum 2nd, Drury 112 9 Los Tropes, Edwards 105 10 Mad Prince 112 11 Modest Morn. Movers 119 12a Davids Twist, Miceli 114 Atlantic City Results 1st -Pace, $1,300 2 Roval Ross, Huebsch 19.20 7.00 5 00 6 C. C. Edle, McCandless 5 00 4 .00 4 Curcus Queen, Fllion 5 60 Bea H Blackford, Wetrn Chance, Flave Hanover, Sure Rival, Mary Morlene. also started 2nd Pace, 1,600 1 Count Butler, Bresnahan 30 00 11 60 6 60 6 Right There, Smith 8 00 5 40 i Miss Wlllv Widow, Blum 7 60 Jock Frost A, Cottee s Victory, Hol s Vic, Young Native, Gold Ribbon, Also started DAILY DOUBLE 2-1 PAID s, 149 80 3rd - Pace, 1,300 6 Rocket Chance, Renson 2.60 2.40 2.20 7 Golden Bright Star, Kelly 3.80 3.00 1 Bengo Hanover, Fillon 3.00 4th - Pace, 81,400 7 Smlthil-Bor, D Fillon 9.00 4.00 3.20 4 Scotch Time Evil, Bavosi 21.40 6.20 6 Pete Surprise, Bresnahan 3.60 Jersed Ed, Kimberly Clav, Running Deor, Sarah Qulnton, Mae B Lucky, Also started EXACTA 7-4 PAID $168 80 5th - Pace, $1,700 1 Scottish Erin, Consol 12.80 5 20 3.20 3 Double Cash, Butler 5 20 2 60 5 Roval Maior, Camben 2 60 Willie Parker, J. R. Time, Elcyll, Adios Splek, Also started 6th - Pace, $1,300 - 2 Rakoczv, Campbel 4.80 3.40 2.40 3 Koshi Tiger, Ferrlero 9.40 3.60 6 Petr Be Good, Fillon 2 40 R. Michael, Lightning Chip, Jimmy's Bye Bye, Gold Enzyme, Also started EXACTA 2-3 PAID $43 40 7th Pace 2 U. S. Male, Paauet 10 60 5 00 5 20 3 Maior L Bar, Turcotte 8.80 8 60 6 Mr. East. Kelly 5 20 Take Two, Venus, Dream, Air Patrol, Swet Trick, Rich Reveller, Also started EXACTA 2-3 PAID $56 40 8th - Pace, $2,200 3 Single File, Delllsantl 40.00 980 5.20 5 Shaney, Baldachino 6.00 4.00 4 Georgana Dancer, Stafford 4.20 Mountoi Expo, Julie Rosette, Red Time, No Exception N, Big Spender, Also started' EXACTA 3-5 PAID $151.00 Schmidt Sets World Record . FRANKFURT, West Germany (AP) - Walter Schmidt of West Germany set a world record of 260 feet 2 inches in the hammer throw yesterday, bettering the previous record of countryman Karl-Hans Rie.hm by 2 feet 7V4 inches. Atlantic City Entries FRIDAY POST TIME 8 P.M. 1st $1300 Pace. 5 Quick Dottle. Lohmeyer 413 5 2 4 Adorn s Heel, Kelly 372 3 1 6 Odnah Peak, NO 346 4 1 2 Striker. Gower, Jr. 272 5 1 1 Mr. LS Duke. Tulino 751 6 1 3 Apollo Warrlo, Torre 264 8 1 7 Lews Hobbv, Bonacorsa 744 to 1 I Flying Home N, Campbell 833 10 1 AE1 Port Getoha. Kelly 775 10 I AE-2 Lvcooedium, McCandless 654 10 I 2nd $1400 Pace 3 Keystone Gvm, Boldachlno 7?8 3 1 7 Lucky Mae, Abbatlello 132 7-2 1 Wvatt T Adlos, Dessureault 538 4 1 2 Coffee Awav, Rlzzo 568 5 1 8 Helios Globe, Mecouch III 341 6 1 6 Pro Yankee, Turcotte 561 8 1 5 Partly Sunny, Gower, Jr. . 534 10 1 4 Circle T t Lee, Telvmonae 776 12 1 Ae-1 Robin Rainbow, Ingrasslo 884 12 I AE-2 Alice Clarion, Shoemaker III 333 5 1 3rd $1600 Pace 2 Tyrolean Pot, Abbatiello 332 3 1 3 Eternal Hanover, Mver 232 7 2 7 Abbe Ridge, Paauet 227 4 1 5 Bret John. Gagllordl NA 5 1 6 Llndv's Sardls, Lohmeyer 682 6 1 4 Prince Mauro, Torre 456 8 1 6 Native Clipper, NO 867 10 1 1 Soratoqo Adlos, Fillon 671 10 I AE-1 All Chance, Kellv 512 6 1 AE 2 Good Ridge, Staflord 224 4-1 4th - $1400 Pace 3 Sam Hickev, Rosenblatt 6 Master Groveville, Kellv 8 Fudd, Pgpodoooulos 5 Time Tunnel. Baldochino 2 778. 115 876 3 1 7 2 4 1 5 1 6 1 2 Soiling Jim, Tulino 572 1 Lightning Nan, Hollingsworth 638 8 1 4 Luntsmun. Bresnahan 838 10 1 7 Bold One. Brune 867 12 1 AE 1 C J.'s Thorpe. Telvmondi 4-12 1 AE 2 Buckcve Emil. Paauet 271 4 1 5th - $7000 Trot 8 Gun Toter. Orslta 16B 5 2 4 Eastwood Jud, Legum 611 31 3 Hawkins Lobell, Bresnahan 344 4 1 7 Lincoln Moster, Fllion 231 5 1 6 Judge G, Parker NA 6 1 5 Candv Lamb, ND NA 8 1 2 Central Park, Telvmondi 472 10 1 I Merrv Dell Lucky, King, Jr. 331 10 1 6th - $1600 Pace 8 Clermont Drummond, Fllion 347 3 1 1 Red Caton, Blum 141 7 2 5 Sansobositan, Rosenblatt 5 1 4 1 2 Happy Fella N. Gagiiardi 758 5 1 3 Mars Romeo. Peigelbeck 455 6 1 4 Nice Kid, Abbatlello 423 8 1 6 Country Kidd, Gotely 582 10 1 7 Prince Sharton, Gallagher 154 10 1 AE-1 Royal J.M., Paauet 466 10 1 AE- 2 Bayshore Ziggv. Torre 866 TO-1 7th - $2400 Pace 1 Jim Henry Purdue, Bresnahon748 3 I 3 Lylord Hanover, J. lovlne 64J 7 2 ? Miss Gee Lee, Rosenblatt JSI 4 I 7 Irish Rebellion, Gagiiardi W8 3 1 8 Lucky Nose, Bonacorsa 6S6 6 I 4 J. M. David, Dancer 81? 8 I 5 Red Board, Green 548 10 1 6 Ortho Ace, Telvmondi bit 12 ) AE-1 Patsey Norris, Paauet 642 6 i AE 2D G Volo, Dessureault 1 S 4 1 Bth - $2700 Pace 1 Frank Ann, Kelly 12? ? t 2 Sterling Glamour, Gagiiardi 863 S 2 8 Invertors Boy, Butler b34 3 I 4 Buckeye Hill. Luchento U6 4 1 3 Beau Cheval, Loonev 111 5 1 5 Doris Marches, McGovern 281 6 1 7 Raphael Pride, LeCause 11? 81 6 J.M. Norman, ND 2i; AE-I Ambush Hanover, Augustine 165 6 1 AE-2 Soeedy Liz, Dancer NA 4 1 9th - $4700 Trot 4 Dapper Lobell, Bergeron s?4 3 I 8 Shorp Focus. Gagiiardi 111 7 2 5 Marks Roder, Rathbone 641 4 .1 6 Speed Test, Friedman 457 5 I 3 Graded, George 855 6 I 1 Miss Honor, Lane 74 8 I 2 Pride N Pleasure, Fllion 558 10 1 7 J.M. Eddie, Parodis 863 1? 1 AE-1 Alter Five, Bresnahan 252 6-1 10th - $2900 Pace 1 Lucky Jlmbo, ND II? 2 1 5 Ftedlio, Lohmever 353 7 7 7 Walter J. Pick, Bergeron 352 4 1 2 Proof Myer, Tele 666 5 1 4 Banksey Butler, McGovern 656 6 I 3 Asteroid, Rosenblatt 546 8 1 8 Mannart Arthur, Hucbsch 616 10 1 AE-1 Moonlight Bee, Paauet 523 10 1 Monmouth Results 1ST $4,000 CL MON 3YO UP 6 F. Clark Road, Brumfield 4.00 2 80 2 80 Foreign Soy, Estevoi 10 80 8.00 Swomprullah, Gracia 5 40 Denny's Victory, Poe's Prose, Naleedan, Millstone Kid, Friar's Image. Two Dips, Storybook, Senor Shadow also ran 2ND $4,000 CL 3YO UP 6 F. Mulllco Manner, Solomone 11.20 5 60 4 00 Pampered Lover. Mlceli 4 60 3 00 Chips Of Straw. Edwards 4.40 Dripping Honev. Crlmsonade, Pretentious Miss, Daisy Jej. Loomalre. Native Mood, Poddy's Gal Sue also ran. DAILY DOUBLE 118. Paid $32 60 3RD $4,300 CL MDN 3YO i"i F. Sea Kindly, Perret 12.20 6 8 0 4.60 Lassie Come Home, Mlceli ' B.40 4.40 Sound Of The El, Movers 2.60 Finally Caught, Diplomat Mimi, Small Bldde, Chu Du, Tipsy Prim, Purely Oral also ran. EXACTA 2-3, Paid $106 80 4TH $4,300 CL MDN 3YO S'-i F. Secretory John, Edwards 8 80 4 60 4 40 Yoko San, Woodhouse 7.60 5 80 Spoon Game, Joseph 13.60 Very Tlmelv. Little Singer, Northern Haie, Nat's Natural. Sharon's Pride. Lid-dle. Miss Moile also ran. 5TH 6,500 CL 3YO 1 1-16 Ml. Sav Yes Lodv, Brumfield ,10.60 5.60 3.41 Carrie Diane, MacBeth 12.60 5 80 Enigma, Edwards 3.40 Nlcamona, Carol's Bold Girl, Sally's Streaker, Lonvln's Toy, Aries Special, Whack Awav also ran. EXACTA 2-8, Paid $122 80 6TH $15,000 HCP 3YO UP I Ml. TURF o Dan Horn, Barrera 7.20 3.40 2 60 Proudest Spartan, Thornburg 3.20 2.40 Dr. Clipper, Delahoussave 2.60 Spring Forward, Tender Scoundrel, Privileged Party, Exorcism, Gem Wood's Best, Greek Orb, a-Ettore also ran. 7TH $7,000 CL 3YO 1 1-16 Ml. Sufficient, Perret 7.00 3.60 2.60 Free Putt, Drury 3.40 2.40 Ah Youth, Wilson 3.00 Bean Pit, Handsome Harry, Forbidden Style, Gregal, Italian Alps ols ran. EXACTA 5-7, Paid $23.20 8TH $12,000 ALC 3YO 1 1-16 Ml. TURF a Clout, Edwards 6 60 3.60 3.60 Toddv Boom, Anderson 6 80 5 00 a Burundi, Perret 3 60 Winter Fox, Roval Draftsman, Lee Gary. Martial Law also ran. 9TH $5,500 CL 3YO UP 6 F. Fuel Prince, Anderson 12.20 6 80 5.20 Lost Spy. Miceli 5.40 3 60 Have A Hit, Thomas 9 60 Admiral Willie, Safe Side, Salty Act, Lover's Flight, Misty Fields, Latest Thing, Strod also ran. $3 TRIFECTA 10-9-6, Paid $1,614.30 Attendance 14,809. Handle $1,665,836 WJLK Sports TODAY Sports In Short 4.45 p.m. Looking At Sports 6:15 p.m. Monmouth Park Results 6:25 p.m. Late Sports Report - 11:11) p.m. TOMORROW News Morning Sports 6:211, 7:20, 8:20

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