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B 2 Akron Beacon Journal Sunday, September 17. 1372 Yaz Indians ia Major League Box Scores 9 Stifle nt, CLEVELAND BOSTON i ab r h bi ibrhtu LMensIn rf 4H 1 Harper cf 4 I J 1 Brohamr 2t 4 0 0 0 RMHter cf I v 0 Chmttliss lb 4 t I 0 AparkiO U 110 0 GNtttlet 3b 4 0 I J Kennedy ss I 0 0 0 McCrw M 4 0 10 Ystrmskilb 4 1 I 111) utvdns n ig Sell et Dulry ss Tmrow p Hjrgan p Riddibrgr Colbert p Leon ph Lopel p 10 10 RSmith rf 111 1 0 0 0 Cooper lb 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pttrocelli 3b 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 Gaqlwno 3b 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fisk c i j 1 0 0 0 0 Oolivie If 1 0 0 0 Griffin lb lOOt Tiant p ' J " " 1 ' 10 .10 Lamb p 0 0 0 0 Bewcaua ph 0 0 0 0 Butler p t00 Total ottM 21031 Total CltVdMMl in iiaa E Yastrnmski. Dufrv 2. DP Cleve land 3. LOB Cleveland S. Boston a. HR Harper (14). Fisk (221, Yastriemskl (01. erittin (2). S Tidriw. IP M TidroW (L.1S-141 .11-3 1 R ER BB SO 4 3 1 Hargan 0 1 RMdlebrgr 1-3 I Colbert 11-3 0 Looej I J-3 3 Lamb 11-3 1 Buflar 1 0 Tiant (W.ll-5) ... t 3 WP-Upai. T 1:31. A-17.335. SAN DIIOO CINCINNATI ab r h bi DThomas si 4 0 0 0 Rose If Roberts 2b 4(00 Morgan 2b Lea It Colbert lb Gaston cf Elliot rf Hilton 3b Cor rales e Stahl ph Kendall c Cork ins p Schatffer p Rata p Jtstadt ph Greif p Blefiry ph Acosta p 4 11 Tolan cf 2 10 0 Bench c 4 0 11 TPerei lb 4 110 Manke 3b 4 0 2 2 Geronimo rf 1 0 0 0 Chaney ss 10(0 Grimsley p 0 0 0 0 Carroll p 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0(00 10 0 0 (1(0 10 0 0 0(00 J ' ' ' 1 1110 10 0 0 T".ei M I iSTaimm " " I II a a a a LI X 31 6 Cincinnati 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. a; LOB San Diego 4, Cincinnati 4. 2B T.PertI, Elliott, Hilton, IP SB MArajin. I li d cd tn Corklnt (LHI ...12-1 Schaeffer 0 Ross 11J Graif l Acosti 2 Grimsley (W.13-7) 4 Carroll J 6 4 4 4 Sava-Carroll (29). HBP-by (Geronimo). T 2:29. A 20,571. Acosta ! NEW YORK abrhbl CHICAGO a r n ni Agar cf Boswali 2b Mays lb Baauchp tf CJonet rf MUner H ' .Ill S?88 r,r " f ? ? ! J? i Hil Koline rf 1 0 0 0 Sanders p 1 1 1 ! f a2i2aLrt f ? I 5 Freehan c 5 0 0 0 Scott lb 1 i a S tS" rfM ! ! ! iCash lb 3 0 2 0 OLBrown rf 4 1 0 ( BWIIIams rf 4 1)1 Worthrub rf 4 0 0 0 Brings cf 4 0(0 North cf 1(00 Frisell p ( ( ( ( Hickman lb 1 1 1 ( WGarrtrt 3b 2 1 1 ( Bourque lb ( ( ( 0 Dyer e 4 111 Santo 3b 1110 Harrelson at 4 1 2 1 Fanzona 3b ( ( 0 ( Barnes ss 0 ( 0 ( Monday cf 3 2 3 2 Seaver p 1 0 0 0 Tyrone If 0(00 Strom, p 0 ( 0 ( Beckerf lb 6(00 Sudaklt oh 1 1 1 ( Hendrcks c 13 0 0 Webb p ( 0 ( ( Hooton p 3 2 14 -.ranpooi pn i o i o Bonham p 2 12 1 Rauch p 0(00 Fregosl lb 10 0 0 JotaJ - uTfoi Total 40 1( 17 1( Naw.Ytrtl (10 (II (00-S .(-CJonet, Mayt, Monday. LOB New York I, Chicago 15. IB Kessinger, Dyer, MSnday L HR B.Williams (31), Hooton fft, Cardenal 2 (17), Rosello (1). S Hoo ton. (F Cardinal, Boswali. IP H R ER BBSO aeevart iu, 17-12) 1 1-3 6 15 1 SWr(K 1 2-3 4 1 1 .1 2-1 5 .1 1-3 1 51-3 7 3 2-3 3 (3). 5 3 1 0 1 1 5 5 0 1 3 4 S 5 wbb : Ita'uch Fflsetra - . Htwlon (W.10-13) Battham i v a Bonham 0 0 2 WP-Seavar, Wheeling H l-MItt Poppy 3.40, 1.40, Irish Mira- ..cte 4.eo, i4u; fnaes Reporter 2.40. 2 Newtown Gay 37.20, 11.00, 4.40; Mis Debbie C 4.40, 2.40; Palms Boy 4.00. Daily Double (1-4) paid 1103.20. Pickwick 4.00, 1.M, 3.(0; Macs Spe- .v, a.w; status t.iu. atarfarta 13.91 KaiH tia m Mice Ensign 6.40, 4.40, 3.40; Keepers Wjnda 4.(0, 3.40; Sun Dell 4.00. Perfect! (6-2) paid $25.20. f Amos Caal 3.40. 9 M. t tat rvi rA rim ' (MO, 2.80; Wit It Wright l.M. - 4Mrfecta (4-7) paid $14.80. -4 Sbiaway Away 12.00, 4.40, 4.(0; Poplar tecy 3.40, 3.20; Princess Graci 4.00. 7-tVolne Byrd 5.00, 4.40, 3.40; All Ann JO, 3.40; Rocky Maringo 4.00. Big Ptrtecta (5-6. 5-2) paid $320.40. (-Lady D Wil 12.20, 5.00, 3.40; Brook; Aflios 3.00, 2.40; llaht Filly 2.40. Perfecta (1-2) paid $11.40. fVlsco Speed 3.40, 3.40, 2.40;, Speedy buck 4.10, 3.40; Major Perkins 6.40. perfecta (6-3) paid $15.00. . Attendance 1,741. Handle $83,371. (S WaterfordT) fl-Rfry Maker 17.60, 10.80, (.40; Twinkle ri 4.60, 4.00; Dark Aiax 4.20. 2 BMd Boy 5.40, 3.20, 2.80; Shepard's nope 4.4U, 4.w; uertry scope 5.40. Daily Double (4-9) oald $148.20. 3-Sflpbs 3.40 2.40, 2.0; Mitt Oak't 3.40. 4v, who root J.ZU. Perfecta (1-7) paid $13.00. 4-Amber Ridge 3.20, 2.80, 2.40; Mi Wench a.w, s.oo; wtscondee 4.oo. Wrfecta (3-2) paid $24.60. 5-Cbrrybrook 11.40, 4.20, 3.60; Dress Up Jean 11.00, 5.40; Willie Smith 4.40. 4 Spur'l Picture 10.80, 5.60, 3.20; Champ no 3.20, j.zu; Bitty meaoow s.40. fild Perfecta (9-7: 5-8) paid $4,197.00. 7-Vffal Shot 4.60, 4.20, 3.40; Vin 7.00, 5.20; eeomancer 3.20. Perfecta (4-4) paid $54.00. t-.tt Vacation 10.40, 6.00, 3.60; Amber Count 9.80, 6.20; Seventh Night 4.60. earfecta (6-2) paid $112.20. 9- Uberian Prince 6.20, 3.40, 3.60; L. O. QaVis 5.40, 4.00; Top Baby 4.40. ' Perfecta (9-4) paid S39.B0. 10 Vque Hunch 14.20, 6.40, 4.00; Be-IWving Proper 4.20, 4.20; Lil's Gold .0. Jrfecta (3-1) paid $40.80. attendance 5,229. Handle $238,964. (g Northfield ?) PHUT!- S1.M0. elaimlno oace. 1 m. Tim-2:07 3 AnrtV Du (Potto 9 all Ml 1 Ut loiyieven i j-ioj, : u p.m. SuTfite (ZMif S ,5n Detroit (Coleman 16-13) at Milwaukee S, Tfc2 , i, , 3 00 ? (Colborn 7-6, 2:30 p.m. WIllS:, J5i. M, Adm?;,? (p,,15.Na7 ew York Tenvpered. Frosty Fin. Chief Anasquerad.7;JVerVy Vw Boston (Cur- er. SffCOND: $1,200, claiming pace) 1 m. Tin2:09. SteMing Blaine (Gorfido) 23.60 8 80 4.60 (Sordlo) 28.60 8.80 4.60 Hilla-fiebel (Williams) 3.60 2.(0 Hotells Gay Girl (Harrison) 3.80 . A.LSO: Tim Worthy, Chinchilla, Painters Mission, Rudy Counsel. Scratched: No. 4; Worldy Knight. , DiHy double (3-3) paid $133.60. THIRD: $2,600, claiming pace, 1 m. Tlm3:03.2. Faryal Boy (Irvine Jr.) 6.00 3.40 3.00 Attprney By By (Weller) 3.00 3.00 Silver Creek Pal (Wilcox) 3 JO j AjSO: Action Dark Oilier, Richardson. FOURTH Class condition pace, 1 milt, $1,990. Tim 2:05.2. Scofch (Zendt) 10.6 5.00 (.40 Rosa-Creed (Swick) 5.60 3.60 Kntabt Tim Rose (Thomas) 1.00 AM: Benton Bomber, i W Song,. Dhasty Honey, Barons Storm. Perfect (5-e) paid $49.(0 PtPTH Class condition pace, 1 mile, i,tw. i line ,ia. i Rum-Valley (Stannard) 12.60- 6.40 5.20 Keaw Hop (Zendt) 13.20 7.60 Dam Wick (McNeil) 5.80 Alio: Judge Erv, Ella Darling, Mis Baron yilo, Goldflngcr. SWTH Clast condition pact, 1 mile. $2,3. Tim 2:04.3 About Tim (Bowman) 23.60 6.N 3.N Dart Ros (Brlnkerhott) , 3.N 3.20 j HOandy (Dillon) .30 Ah; Tn Hatter, Nehru, Plum Rum Joati, SEyENTH: Class Condition Pace 1 mi(T'$2,00O. Tim 2:04.0. Hit; Si prmcess Minni . , , - ... (Weolman) ,.v 11.00 3.(0 3.J0 Fly-Ply Flew (Thompson Jr) 3.00 2.80 A xroy (Zndt) , lj, , 4.40 Also: Full Dress, Curtis Hill, Justa-tiqer. Steaming Jim, Radar Rose. . - Pict (l and 3) paid $30.40. BfBHTH: Class, Prfrnc, . Pac 1 mi.y,500. Time 2:03.0. Trieky Dares (Williams) 7.20 4.20 3.20 Kino,- Corn (Zendt) 4.00 3.00 Scamp Direct (Farrlngton) . 4.60 Alao: Xanadu, Baron Novasel, Royal Ktatf rrwe. hflfNTH: Class, Invitinng, Pace 1 mile, $5,0Tlm 2:02.0. ' Bretf- S Pet (Roseboom) 7.20 4.00 3.00 HlrMaa Plaasura ' (Bowman) 7.60 4.60 Meadow Trick (Zendt) 3.80 a r. b a A a.. a aat.k WH? oarun uoaiui oust dbi iwh.ii- aeleboots. ... TENTH: Class, claiming, pac, 1 milt. $150(i''Tlm 2:07.1 ThOBtVlls Son (Williams) 6.60 4.40 4.00 Janwat (Zendt) 6.20 3.60 Catha toy (Rankin) 3.40 ALSO: Lord Gent, Royal Adioa, HOOSitr MeSLSobert David, Fast And Easy. : Pfrftct (2 and 7) paid $65.00. yjendanc 661. Handle (381,503. i MINNESOTA ornbt Otis cf 4 0 10 Tovar If Roias 2b ) 1 Bryt If Wotiltord Jb I I 0 Carew lb 40 r h bt 5 1 2 0 oooo 4 110 10 0 0 113 0 Schnblum rf 4 a t Monion 2b aiMayoerry lb 4 0 0 I Braun 3b .Pmiella M 3 0 10 Killebrew lb 4 I 1 s OiKirkpatrlc 0,Schaai 3b 0,p.,!T u 0 KeoTah oh 4 0 0 0 Reese lb 10 0 0 3 111 Darwin rf 2 0 0 0 Holt rf 1 0 0 0 JNeitles cf 1 0 0 0 Thompsn ss 10 10 Mnierwld c 1 0 0 0 Blyleven p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 t 0 0 0 0 112 2 4 110 : 4 111 Draqo p Hovlev Ph Brgmeier p IMJacksn p Total ' 4 0 10 4 0 I 32 I I Total 37 II H ft III 0111 10 0 til SO ill Minnesota E Schaal OP Kansas City 2. LOB Kansas City J. Minnesota S. 2B Piniella 18 J.Netties. HR Killebrew (25). Holt (1), Schaal (S). SB Tovar. IP H R ER BB SO Draoo (L.li-le) .. a 1 a s 1 3 jiBurgmeier . 0 3 3 3-1 0 oMJackson 2-3 4 2 1 0 1 0 Fitimorris 1 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 0, Blyleven (W, 14-16) 1 1 2 S 01 HBP by Drago (Darwin), by Blyleven ! (Drago). WP Drago. T 2:27. A 7.241. I BALTIMORE NEW YORK ab r h bi ab r h bi ' Rufnrrt M illfl flarta OK -4019 KANSAS CITY an r n 01 Biair cf 5 2 10 White H JI00Grich2b SlllMurcercf 3 1 ? ? JPowell lb S2 12FAIoulb 4 0 1 1 Crowley rf 10 10 Munson c ? I ? 1 Rettenmd rf 2 0 0 0 Spikes rf ! ! 9 BRobinsn 3b 4 1 1 1 Michael St 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 1 2 ( 4(10 4 0 10 4 110 0 0(0 0 0 0 0 Oates c 3 0 11 Lanier 3b Belanger ss. 4 0 0 0 Klin p 4 0 10 Blasingm p Beene p Swoboda ph Klrmkski p McKinny ph Cox p 0 0 00 1 1 1 ((00 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Baltimore New York 30 7 13 7 Total 34 3 7 3 (1114(100-7 ((( 0 3 0 (((-1 E Kline, Buford. DP New York 1 LOB-BaltimoT-e 0, Ntw York 5. 2B-BU ford. 3B Clarke. J.Powell. HR B.KOOinson mi. a mine, or uara. IP R ER BB SO Cuellar (W. 17-10) Mine tL.IW) 4 IM n : Blatinaama u 0 Beene 2-1 1 Klimkowskl 2 tror ... 2 3 HBP by Blasingame (Crowley). WP 3 Cuallar. T 2:38. A ZS.IOl. DETROIT MILWAUKEE ab r h hi ab r h bl a,a,.iim IK Clin Aurhjarh M 3000 . .aha c d.-bt r 3 0 0 GBrown II 4 0 1 1 OBrien 2b 4 0 1 oooo 3 0 0 0 3 0 10 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 MStanley cf 4 1 2 0 TRvynlds If EBrnkmn ss 4 0 1 1 Lahoud ph Fryman p 2 0 0 0 Farraro 3b Seelbach p 1 0 0 ( Lockwood p Theobald 2b 10(0 4 12 0 10 10 10 10 Total 37 2 11 2 Total 32 I 7 1 Detroit 0 0 1 1 0 ( ( ( (1 Milwaukee . (00 000 1( 11 E OBrien. A.Rodrlouez. McAuliffa. DP Detroit t. Milwaukee 1. LOB De troit 11, Milwaukee I. 2B Cash. SB A.Rodriguez, G.Brown, M.Stanley, Auer- bach. S Auerbach, E. Rodriguez, Fry' man. IP H R ER BB SO Fryman (W.7-2) ..771115 Seelbach .2 0 0 0 1 2 Lockwood (L.7-13) 7 12 2 11 Sanders i 33 0 0 1 1 Save Seelbach (11). PB Freehan. T 2:42. A 7,378. Les Athey of Akron scored a hole-in-one Saturday on the sixth hole at Firestone Country Club's north course. Athey used a four iron on the 185-yard hole and scored an 86 on the par-72 layout. . The Standin American iague East . W L Pet. .551 .543 .539 ,525 .414 .406 GB 1 1 :Vk ,15 20 Boston Detroit Baltimore New York Cleveland Milwaukee 76 62 76 64 76 65 74 67 63 79 58 85 (West 83 57 78 61 7168 Oakland Chicago ' Minnesota Kansas City California Texas 33 .561 .511 .486 .475 .371 4 ny 15 m 31 67 71 66 73 V2 m Results Baltimore 7, New York 3 Boston 10, Cleveland 0 Minnesota 11, Kansas City 1 ' Detroit 2, Milwaukee 1 Oakland 4, Texas 0 Chicago at California Today's Gamj (All Times EDT) ' Texas (Gogolewski 4-9) . at Oakland (Hunter 19-7), 4:30 p.m. -Chicago (Wood 24-13) at California Wessersmitn , 5 p.m. . . Kansas uiy ispimorn ii-iu at win- Is 10-6), 2 p.m. KrllDl-il PREMIUM POLYESTER 1 Twin Stripe Whitewalls 7.00x13 I F78xU is v "7 H78xl4-15 E78xl4 I G78xl4 ic I J78xl4-15 I I 9.00x15 ST I - I L78x15 .7) TIKS I S) Tlr.. Zh ion to? g Tinss fASTtST TIRE SERVICE IH TOWN' Home of 1 S-minwf srite fyTfih1i1itlll.h11lNtLtf Iupjiutiup . THREE LOCATIONS M n muuniiiiu i - - -. I 1 West Akron 1341 Copley Rd. Copley Rd. Near Hawkins 067.5900 ST LOUIS ab r h bl uavanik) n Stermett 2b Clemente rf Starqeli lb AOIiver cf Hebnar 3b 4 0 10 Brock H 4 0 2 0 4 0 10 Rogue cf 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 S.iemore 2b S 1 2 1 4 0 0 0 JCrui cf 3 110 4 0 1-0 Torre lb 3012 4 ( I ( Simmons c 4 0 10' 4 0 2 0 Carbo rt 2 0 0 0 0 MMay c JHrnendr ss 1 0 0 0 Reitz 3b 4 0 2 0 4 110 Sands ph 1 0 0 0 Keleher ss 1 0 0 0 Santorini p 2 0 10 10(0 0 0 0 0 Mley ss Blass p Zisk ph BMiller p 4 10 0 Total 34 0 ( 0 Total 33 4 10 1 Pittiburah 0(0 001 000 0 St. Louis ' 00(0401014 E Staroell, Keleher. DP Pin sou rqn t, SI. Louis 2. LOB Pittsburgh 0, St. Louis 10. 2B A.Oliver, Keleher, Sizemore. Heb nar, M.May. ip n ncitnw Blast (L.17-7) .... 4 t 4 3 4 I R Miller 2 110 10 Santorini (W. 7-10) (10 11 T 2:07. A 1150. ' TEXAS OAKLAND ab r h bi ab r h bi DNelson If 4 0 0 0 campnris si J u u u Lovitto cf 4 0 10 Rudi It 4 0 0 0 4 0 10 4 111 4 2 11 0 ( 0 ( 30 0 0 11(0 00 ( ( (000 1(11 (000 10 11 3 0 0 0 Ford rf 4 0 0 ( MAlou rf 4 0(O RJackson cf 2 0 10 Epstein lb 3 0 0 0 Cullen 3b 3 0 0 0 Tenace c 3 0 0 0 Bando 3b 1 0 0 0 Hegan lb 1 0 0 0 Maxvill 2b 0 0 0 0 Mincher ph 1 0 0 0 Lewis pr 0 0 0 0 Kubiak 2b 0 0 0 0 Blue p Billings c Harran ss 3iittner lb Ragland 3b Harris 2b . Hand p Martinez ph Broberg p Mason ph Roland p Pine p Total . Texas Oakland E Bando. 30 0 2 0 Total 29 4 6 4 ((( ((( 0 I (4 x III 1(( 0 1 x 4 DP Texas 1. LOB Texas 4, Oakland 8. 2B Epstein, Kubiak. HR-Ep-(24). SB Camp- stein us 1, R.jackson anerit, Lewis, Hegan. IP Hand (L.10-12) ... 5 Broberg 2 Roland 1-3 Pina 2-3 Blue (W,6-8) .9 T-2:24. A-5.S33. H R ER BB SO 5 3 3 4 5 0 0 0 1 3 1110 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 )3 PIRST CAME SN FRANCISCO ATLANTA eb r h bl ab r h bi Bonds cf ' 5 2 2 0 Garr rf .5101 Fuentes 2b 4 0 10 Millan ?b 5 12 1 Speier ss 4 0(0 Breazeele lb 5 0 1 1 Mccovey lb 5 2 3 3 EWillams c 5 1 1 1 Hart 3b 5 13 0 Baker cf 3 0 2 0 Hendersn If 4 0 0 0 Carty If 4 0 0 0 DvRader c 4 12 0 Evans 3b 4 0 10 Matthews rf 3 1 4 SJackum u 1 1 0 n Willghby p 4 0 10 MPerez ss 2 110 Reed p 3 0 10 Jaster p 0 0 0 0 Lum ph 10 11 Total 31 a 14 7 Total tn in t San Francisco ill lit i l aa Atlanta ill o ( ( ( ( 1 1 E Soeier 2. Fuentes. Mrrnvev. M.Perez, Henderson. DP SanFrancisco I, Atlanta I. LOB SanFrancisco 4, At-ante (. 2B Hart. HR McCovev 2 (141. Matthews 2 (2), E.Williams (24). SB- Bonds 2. S Fuentes. SF Matthews. IP . U P FQ RR CO Willghby (W,6-2) .9-10 5 4 2 0 Reed (L.ll-15) ..,.4 11 7 7 1 0 Jaster 3 3 I I 0 1 WP Willoughby. T 2:24. MONTREAL PHILADELPHIA ab r h bi ab r h bl Day cf 4010 Robins ts 4001 Foil ss 4 0 0 0 Bowa ss 0 0 0 0 Singleton rf 3 1 1 0 Harmon 2b 4 12 0 Fairly lb 3 0 10 Luzinski If 3 0 10 HBreeden Ph 1 0 0 ( Lis lb 3 0 0 0 TWalker p 0 0 0 0 Hutton lb 0 0 0 0 MCarver c Hunt ph Fairey If Mashore ph. Labov 3b 3001 Freed rf 1100 1 0 0 0 Schmidt 3b 3 1 1 3 3 0 0 0 WRobnsn cf 3 ( 1 0 0 0 0 0 Boone c 3 0 10 3 0 0 0 Twitchell p 10 0 0 3 0 10 Scarce P 10 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 10 Torres 2b Woods ph Moore p Bailey lb Total 32 1 5 1 Total 26 1 6 a Montreal 000 180 0001 Philadelphia (00 ((( 1 0 x-1 E Boone. DP Montreal 2. LOB Montreal 7, Philadelphia 2. 2B Day. 3B Harmon. HR Schmidt (1). SB McCarver, Boon. S Twitchell. IP H R ER BB SO 7 5 3 3 2 6 1 1(002 7 2-3 5 1 1 2 7 1 1-3 0 0 0 1 2 T 2:25. A-4,471. Moore (LJJ-8) ... T.Walker Twitchell (W.4-6) Scarce Save Scarce (3). National League ,- East- W L 89 50 77 64 72 66 68 74 64 75 Pet .640 .546 .522. .479 460 .360 OB 13 16'4 22V, 25 '39 Pittsburgh Chicago New York St. Louis ' Montreal Philadelphia 50 89 West 85 54 -, 78 63 Cincinnati Houston Los Angeles Atlanta San Fran San Diego .612, .557 .536 .161 .447 .380 75 65 65 76 63 78 52 85 m 21 23 32 v Results Chicago 18, New York S : St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 0 Philadelphia 3, Montreal 1 San Fran. 8-2, Atlanta 5-5 Cincinnati 6, San Diego 3 Dodgers 10, Astros 0 ' Today's Games (All Times EDT) Pittsburgh (Ellis 14-7) at St. Louis (Cleveland 13-14), 2:15 p m. Montreal (McNally 4-15) at Philadelphia (Reynolds 2-13), 1:35 p.m. Los Angeles (Downing 8-8) at Houston (Dierker 15-7) 3 p. m. San Francisco (Bryant 12-6) at Atlanta (Freeman 2-0), 2:15 p.m. New York (McAndrew 11-5) at Chicago (Jenkins 20-5), 2:15 p.m. San Diego (Caldwell 7-8) at ' Cincinnati (Simpson 8-5), 2:15 p.m. PITTSBURGH ab r h bi 2S , FREI REPlACEMtNT CUARANTEE y'iiriiiisHiiiri-.irTjiiridi THREE LOCATIONS ' South Akron 965 Grant St. 'A Mi. South of Expresswoy ' 773-7611 HOURS DAILY 8:30 6:00. SAT. 8:30 500 Red From Beacon Journal Wirt Services Luis Tiant, Boston's prime candidate for Comeback-of-the-Year honors, puffed on- a cigar lit by catcher Carlton Fisk and blew a ring of smoke, satisfied with another job well done Saturday in the Red Sox' 10-0 rout of the Indi ans. Tiant singles victory. allowed only three in earning his 12th It was his fifth shut out in his last nine starts, and it enabled the Red Sox to maintain their one-game lead in the American League East. ' "I had my usual trouble in the early innings, but then my arm does most got better loosened up as it of the time and 1 and better as the game went on," the 31-year- old righthander said. "1 couldn't think of shutout, but that big lead was nice," he said. "I didn't have to worry about making a mistake.. That was - a Big thing because the wind was blowing out And in our ball park, you have to be lucky to go alon;j with your good stuff." Carl Yastrzemski hit a two-run homer and led the attack that featured four home run against Cleveland starter Dick Tidrow, 13-14, and six relievers. " Tommy Harper's 14th home run of the season gave the Red Sox a 1-0 lead in the first inning and Fisk hit No. 22 in the second for a 2-0 bulge. Boston came up with five 'runs in the 'third to put the game out of Cleveland's reach. Yastrzemski hit a two-run homer, No. 8, Ben Oglivie walked with the bases loaded, Doug Griffin kocked in the fourth run with a bouncer and Tiant capped the rally with an RBI single. Yastrzemski singled home two more runs for the Red Sox in the sixth inning. Grif-. fin blasted a homer in the seventh to give Boston a 10-0 lead. - , ( . TIGERS 2, BREWERS 1 Woody Fryman and Chuck Seelbach combined on a seven-hitter and Ed Brinkman knocked in the winning run with a fourth-inning single, leading Detroit to a 2-1 victory over Milwaukee. ? The victory kept Detroit 'if ' one game behind Boston.' " Singles by Dick McAuliffe, Aurelio Rodriguez and Gates Brown gave Fryman, 7-2, a 1-0 lead in the third inning. In the fourth, Mickey Stanley opened with a single, stole second and rode home on Brinkman's single to right off Skip Lockwcod, 7-13. ' ORIOLES 6, YANKS 3 Baltimore remained V2 games off the pace in third place after beating New York 7-3 behind Mike Cuellar and dropping the Yankees 3 games behind in fourth. Brooks Robinson drove in three runs with a home run and single and Boog Powell singled for two more to lead a 13-hit attack. , "The way we're gofng our pitching's so good and the hits are com mg there's no. way I can see anybody stop- Cuyahoga Falls I 1241 Main Si. 1 Mock north Horn Avo. at Mow Rd. 920.2134 Sox !SifcrS; t Luis Tiant ) ping us now," Powell said. "It's strange, seeing us get more than three runs in a game," said Baltimore Manager Earl Weaver. "The way we've been playing, any time the other ' team gets three runs off us in a game, we're in trouble. REDS 6, PADRES S Joe Morgan and Johnny. Bench each drove irv a pair of , Continued from Page B-l more records, it might Jiave been worse than 27-0 Louisville's favor at the half. ' KENT took the opening kickoff nowhere and Larry Poole punted to Howard Set-vens at the Louisville 40. Only a 15-yard holding penalty bothered Louisville as Stevens ran at will deep into Kent territory. Tight end Gary Barnes of Cleveland caught a pass in the end zone, Kent defensive back Nick Saban saving a touchdown by knocking the ball out of Barnes' hands. On a fourth and three from the Kent eight-yard line, Larry Griffin of Columbus went around right end and was stopped a foot short of the first down. Kent fumbled three times on the next series, recovering all three, before another Poole punt gave Louisville the ball on its own 46. Two plays later Griffin ran to the Kent 29 and two plays after that Harry Trimble was all alone in' the end zone, only to drop Madeya's picture pass. Thus ended another scare. ' ; Stevens gave Louisville a scare of its own by dropping a fair catch near midfield, only to recover himself at the Kent 48. Kent held on three downs and Tinker got his first Louisville mm EXPERT FRONT END ALIGNMENT Torsion Bars and Air. Cars Slightly Higher mmm msm HEAVY DUTY . SHOCK ABSORBERS Guarantee for Lifetime INSTALLED m WE HONOR THESE CREDIT CARDS AMERICAN EXPRESS MASTER CHARGE BANK AMERICARD DINERS CLUB CHARGETTE CLARIONS OTHER CREDIT AVAILABLE Hang a I 3 '&t&&btiyr- v4t Ed Brinkman runs while Ross Grimsley and Clay Carroll limited San Diego to five hits as Cincinnati moved to. a' 6-3 victory over the Padres. PHILS 3, EXPOS 1 Rookie third baseman Mike Schmidt hit a three-run homer in the seventh inning to snap Balor Moore's consecutive scoreless inning streak at 23 and give the Philadelphia chance to field a punt. Barefooted punter Scott Marcus ("gave it to Tinker at the Kent 10 and Tinker cut to the left and went one-on-one with his Louisville number-sake No. 1, Stevens, who wasn't fooled by the Olympic gold medalist's moves or speed and tackled Tinker at the Kent 30. KENT almost made a crucial error on the next series. The Flashes went to midfield its furthest penetration of the half when Poole, went back to punt. He caught the high snap with one hand and -barely got the low liner off. The punt took a good bounce and Louisville was back, on its own 13. This was only momentary. With Stevens, who carried 11 times for 56 yards in the half and Griffin, who carried eight times for 81 yards, getting the Cardinals moving with their running. Madeya, who wasn't even fazed as he stood back in the pocket, started getting more accurate with his throws. Tony Burdock . of Cleveland took an 18-yard pass to the Kent seven and with 11:16 left in the half, Stevens waltzed into the end zone, giving Louisville a 6-0 lead following an 87-yard drive. Wilbur Summers' placement was off to the right. - H D O IfflBDBB COUPON Adjust Camber . Caster Toe. ' Reduces wear on tires and front end. Complete front end work available. . 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Summers' .kick made it 13-0 with 10:48 remaining in the first half. JOHN GORMAN of Willoughby put Louisville further ahead after another Kent stall. Madeya, throwing from the Kent 30, caught Gorman in stride at the five-yard line and he scored to give Louisville a 20-0 lead, 6:26 before the half. With less than two minutes remaining, Kent got a shortlived break when Poole was roughed while punting, giving the Flashes the ball at their 40. But on the first play, defensive end Steve Young got in front of a Hall pass, taking the interception down to Kent's 15, with 1:53 left. On third down, reserve back Re-neau Simpson went 11 yards for a score and with 58 seconds left, Louisville led 27-0. - . LOUISVILLE opened the second half the same way, getting down to the Kent two. BajaBBjaajaBijajaBjjBjBBj 1 1 X- t itir( r f r r t mmmm COUPON 4-WHEEL BRAKE RELINE . 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But . the Cardinals got the ball back moments later when linebacker Tom Martin recovered a fumble at the Kent 16. This time, Louisville was Kent couldn't get moving on the next series and Poole punted to Stevens at the Louisville 40. But the dangerous runner dropped the punt, Woodard recovering at the Louisville 43. This marked Kent's best penetration up to this point, and it got better as a personal foul on the first play moved the ball to1 the 28. Throwing from the 23, Hall mi Kenara Harmon tor a iirst down just inside the 10. However, Hall was quickly thrown for a loss at the 15 and then at the 20. A pass caught Len Turner in the end zone, but Lonnie Schuler knocked the ball out of Turner's hands. On fourth down, a pass to Tinker was high and ended Kent's threat. MADEYA quickly ran out to the, Louisville 30 and Stevens twisted and turned to the Kent 45, ending the third period. 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