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K.fe Scoreboard Niekro., Forsch Seven-Hit Braves Wednesday Morning, September 27, 1978 5-B NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE By United Pits International American Coolenon E*jt W L T Pet. PF PA 220 5UO H n 2 20 M % H 220 51X) 78 70 130 250 51 131 I 30 150 B5 97 W L T Pet. PF PA 4 0 U 1000 « 3S 3 1 U .750 70 « 2 2 U SOU W 71 0 4 0 .000 H 85 L T PcL PF PA 10 ,750 T3 4S 2 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 500 .500 250 .'230 fa 82 61 68 58 78 92 92 L T Pd. PF PA 0 0 1000 W> 5" 10 ,750 107 Si 1 0 .750 96 R 2 0 .500 85 71 40 000 38 82 NY Jets Miami New En gland Baltimore Buffalo Central Pittsburgh Cleveland Houston Cincinnati Wed Denver Oaldand Seal lie San Diego Kansas Cily NaUoQalGooierence East Washington Dallas NY Giants Philadelphia St. Louis Central Chicago Green Bay Tampa Bay Minnesota Detroit West Los Angeles New Orleans Atlanta San Francisco Sunday's Results Bullalo 24, Baltimore 17 Pittsburgh 15, Cleveland 9 Los Angeles 10. Houston 6 Philadelphia 17, Miami 3 New Orleans 20, Cincinnati 18 Washington 23, New York JelsS Denv er 23, K ansas C ily 17 (ot) Tampa Bay 14, Atlanta 9 Seattle 28, Detroit 13 Green Bay 24. San Diego 3 Dallas 21, Si Louis 12 New York Giants 27, San Francisco 10 New England2l. Oakland 14,9p,m Monday*! Result Minnesota 24, Chicago 20 Sunday, October 1 Houston at Cleveland. 1 p ra Kansas Cily at BulUlo 1 p m Minnesota"alTampa Bay. 1 p m NewYorkGianlsatAllanla, Ipm J'llliburgh al New York Jels. 1 p m St. Louis al Miami. I p m, San Uiego ai New Knglaitd. I p m. Phila4elphiaalB2Uimore.2pin Detroit vs. Green Bay al Milwaukee. 2 p m Los Angeles al New Orleans, 2 p m. Cincinnati at San Francisco. 4pm Oakland at Chirago, 4 p.m. Seattle altktwer, 4pm, Monday, October 2 DallasatWashinglon.Spm RENO. Nev. iLPl) - Weekend National Football League and college odds as oosieJ by H arrah's Reno Race and Sports Book. Favorite Oakland Cincinnati New York Uiajits Buffalo Miami New England Pillsburgh Minnesota Philadelphia Green Bay Los Angeles L T Pel PF PA L T Pet. PF PA 0 0 1.000 63 34 20 ,500 85 W 3 0 .250 45 G2 40 .000 49 87 Denver Dallas Cleveland Stanlord California So Calilomia Vi ashington St Aubrun Colgate Nebraska Maryland Michigan Notre Dame OhkjSI. Pittsburgh Kansas Syracuse Kansas St. Oklahoma Wisconsin Washington Boston College Mississippi St. So. Carolina Florida St. No. Carolina St. Arizona Texas UCLA DALLAS lUPI statistics: Rushing Oil Texas AiM Houston Arkansas Texas Pis Chicago 6 San Francisco even - Allanla 3 Kansas City i Si Louis 10 San Uiego 7 New York Jets 12 Tampa Bay 5 Baltimore 5 Detroit 5 New Orleans a Seattle S Washington 5 Houston 3 Baylor Passing Off. SMU Baylor I luuslon TCIJ Texas Tech Total OH. Houston Texas AIM Arkansas Baylor SMU Total Del, Texas TexasAiM Arkansas Houston Texas Tech Rushing DeJ. Texas Texas A4M Arkansas Houston TCU Passing Del. Texas A&M Arkansas Tulane West Virginia Mich, St. Army Tennessee Cornell Indiana Kentucky Duke Purdue Baylor No. Carolina Miami (Kla.i Illinois Air Force Missouri Oregon Oregon SI. Navy Florida Georgia Houston W. Fores! Iowa Texas Tech Minnesota 15 11 12 16 5 G 7 3 17 13 14 li even 7 0 1C 13 14 even 6 4 6 13 5 15 15 Texas Rice Baylor DALLAS lUPI) - dividual statistics: Pushing Dickey, Texas AiM Hawlhonie. Bay Cow ins. Ark Eckw ood. Ark King.Hou Passing Smith, Bav Ford. SMU Davis.Hou Bayuk.TCU Hertel. Rice Scoring Dickey, AiM Adams, Tech i — Southwest Conler- ence learn g car yds avg td ydspg 2 124 634 5.1 8 317,0 2 114 555 4.9 4 277.5 2 117 534 4.E 5 267.0 2 111 432 3.9 3 216.U SWC Briefs SMU DALLAS. (UPI) Southern Methodist coach Ron Meyer said Tuesday senior offensive guard Don Mud had undergone knee surgery and would be able to return in time for the Mustangs' game against Baylor Oct. 14. Mud was injured in SMU's 45-14 opening game victory over Texas Christian. Meyer said a special surgical procedure to remove damaged car- tilege was successful and instead of losing Mud for the year he would be out of the hospital in two days. Mud was a startng guard last season. Texas AUSTIN (UPI) — Freshman quarterback Donny Little Tuesday worked out with the second team offense in the Longhorns' preparations for Saturday's game against Texas Tech. Longhorn coach Fred Akers also indicated Little would work Wednesday with the first team, although starter Randy McEachern ran the first team in Tuesday's session. Aker also announced linebacker Mark Martignoni's injured knee had not respond to treatment and he-would be out for the year. He also said defensive end Tim Campbell would be out the rest of the season with an injury. Akers said he would ask that both Martignoni and Campbell be declared hardship cases so they would not lose a year of eligibility. TCU FORT WORTH, Texas ( TjpD _ Texas Christian Tuesday began working on natural grass to simulate conditions in Saturday's game against No. 5 ranked Penn State at University Park, Pa. The Horn Frogs, 1-1 after a 14-10 win over Oregon last week practiced more than two hours to get ready for the game. Coach F.A. Dry announced sophomore defensive tackle Willie Williams, who started against Oregon, underwent knee surgery Tuesday and would be out the remainder of year. Williams is being replace by freshman John McClean. "We hate to lose a guy like Willie," Dry said. "He had really be coming along well in he last couple of weeks. But we have just as much comf idence that John can do a good job for us." Right guard Scott Nix and left guard Donald Richard, both second team freshmen, switched positions Tuesday and junior Wesley Roberts, who started season at defensive tackle, will remain at linebacker. Mike Isaac moved from offensive tackle to defensive tackle to back up McClean. BAYLOR WACO, Texas (UPI) — Baylor coach Grant Teaff had his team working hard on the kicking game Tuesday in advance of Saturday's game at Ohio State. The Bears, who lost their first two games to Georgia and Kentucky, have found their kicking game to be a major weakness. Kicker Robert Bledsoe has missed three field goals in as many attempts in the first two games, but has converted on all of his extra points. Teaff had four members of the Baylor soccer team try a few field goals at practice to see what they could do with a football. The Baylor soccer coach also was there to give Bledsoe, a soccer-style kicker, some coaching. "I just wanted to see what they could do," said Teaff in speaking of soccer players. "I have not made any decisions at this time." HOUSTON HOUSTON (UPI) Houston caoch Bill Yeoman held a two hour workout Tuesday in preparation for the Cougars' upcoming game with No. 10 ranked FlordiaState. Quarterbacks Danny Davis and Delrick Brown both saw action with the Cougar first unit in Tuesday's practice. "Davis will start at quarterback," Yeoman said. "We still have one quarterback but Delrick will get some work. We plan to get him in early this game." Yeoman did not mention any changes in the starting lineup. The Cougars spent a good portion of the session working on pass and goal- line defenses. Trainer Tom Wilson said starting noseguard Harry Wright would miss Saturday's game because of a knee injury. Wilson also said sophomore fullback Allen Polk had knee surgery Tuesday and would be out for the season. Ordonez, Ark Hawthorne. Bay Krxleben.Tex Receiving Cunningham, Rice Tolberl, SMU Hawthorne, Kav Richardson. TCU Adams, Hou Total Oifense Ford, SMU Davis, Hou Smith.Bay Dickey, AiM Bayuk.TCU Punt Returns Perry, SMU Richardson, TCU Johnson, Tex Fields. Bay Lusby.Ark Kkkofl Returns Brown, Ark Perry, SMU Taylor, Bay Thomas, Rice Page, Tech Punttiig Eraleben, Tex Bulord,Tech Lahay.Ark Young, TCU Cleaves, Rice &> 3,8 3 1460 alt cmp lot yds Id ydspg 1H 47 4 779 5 'S/i-7 01 a 3 427 2 2135 « 22 0 343 1 171.5 5J 25 3 304 4 15ZU 35 » 1 268 2 1345 g plays yds avg td ydspg 2 100 IMS 56 5 44»U 2 148 HJ8 5 5 10 404 0 2 117 534 4.(i 5 '2670 2 137 7IS 52 5 1595 3 IS1 IOM 5.2 9 3460 g plays yds avg U ydspg 2 134 i!5 1.8 0 117.5 2 127 'OS 2 1 1 14SO 2 IW 376 34 2 1880 2 125 043 5.1 5 321.5 2 135 658 4.S 4 32S.O g car yds avg td ydspg • 87 54 O.C I) 27.0 2 101 171 1,7 1 K55 2 M 21S 2.6 1 1W.5 2 ft 304 3.4 0 1520 2 W 325 3.7 1 162.5 all cmp lot yds td ydspg 26 K 1 127 0 63.5 25 ID I 157 1 7U5 47 19 4 181 0 »,5 30 16 I 323 2 107.7 38 21 4 242 1 121.0 Southwest Conler- cnce in- alt yds avg td ypg « 266 62 4 133.0 48 229 4.8 3 1145 '27 189 7.0 I 94.5 25 181 7.2 0 »,a 22 176 80 1 88.0 alt crop yds tot td cpg 59 32 427 32 16.0 M 47 773 4 5 15.7 44 22 343 0 1 11.0 47 21 218 3 2 10.5 48 a 221 3 2 7.3 td xp Ig pis ppg 4 0 U 24 12.0 0 5 5 2U 1U.O 0 7 4 19 95 3 0 0 18 9.0 0 G 3 15 7,5 ATLANTA I UPI) - Joe Niekro combined with Ken Forsch on a seven-hitter to outduel his brother Phil Tuesday night, lifting the Houston Astros to a 2-0 triumph over the Atlanta Braves. Joe Niekro, 13-14, fanned four over the first eight innings. His second walk of the game, both issued to Dale Murphy, prompted Forsch's appearance with none out in the ninth. Forsch gave up a single to Glenn Hubbard but retired the final three batters for his sixth save. Joe Niekro increased his record over his brother to 3-2. The Astros took a 1-0 lead in the first off Phil Niekro, 19-17, when Terry Puhl walked, stole second, went to third on Joe Nolan's passed ball and scored on Jose Cruz' single to center. Houston went ahead 2-0 in the fourth. With one out Cruz struck out but reached on Nolan's passed ball. Cruz stole second and scored on a single to left by Julio Gonzalez. Atlanta's biggest threat came in the seventh. With one out, singles by Glenn Hubbard, Rod Gilbreath and Phil Niekro loaded the bases. Jerry Royster flied out into a double play as Hubbard was thrown out at the pi ate. NY Maintains Lead With Win Over Jays rtydstdctpg 15 167 0 5.0 3 4.7 14 311 9 75 9 60 8 181 all yds avg ypg <fi 731 7.5243.7 76 446 5.9 223.11 69 405 5.9 2IE.5 43 266 0.2 IM.U 82 250 3.0 125.0 DO yds avg 8 177 22.1 3 1C 5.3 13 62 4.8 4 13 3.2 4 6 1.5 no yds avg 4 161 402 12 SH 27.8 4 <» 24.7 5 98 19.6 8 155 19.4 no yds avg 13 571 43.3 16 701 43.8 12 509 42.4 IB 721 40.1 21 787 37.5 NATIONAL LEAGUE By United Press InieraaUona) (West Coast game nol Included) East Philadelphia Pittsburgh Chicago Montreal St. Louis New York West W L PcL GB 88 69 .561 84 72 .538 3'i 77 80 .490 11 74 84 .468 II 1 -. 68 91 .428 21 H 94 .405 24 ',-j NEW YORK IUPI) — Back-to-back doubles by Bucky Dent and Mickey Rivers keyed a three-run second inning and staked Ed Figueroa to his 19th victory Tuesday night in a 4-1 triumph by the New York Yankees over the Toronto Blue Jays. The victory enabled the Yankees to maintain their one-game lead over Boston in the American League East and reduced their magic number for clinching the division title to five. With one out, Graig Nettles started the Yankee second with a single to center. One out later, Roy White singled and Dent followed by dumping a double into the left field corner, scoring Nettles. Then, on the very next pitch from loser Tom Underwood, 6-14, Rivers blooped his double in almost the identical spot as both White and Rivers scored. The Yankees made it 4-0 in the sixth when Lou Galveston Volleyballers Lose 1st Match The Galveston County College women's volleyball team was defeated yesterday afternoon in four matches held at the YMCA. The strong San Jacinto club took the event by losing the first counter 1315, but winning the next three matches 15-1,15-2 and 15-4. It is the first time in years that volleyball has been played by the women of the college. Their next match will be in two weeks. Piniella singled with one out and Nettles tripled into the right field corner. Figueroa, 19-9, struck out four, walked two and yielded six hits before giving way to Rich Gossage with none out and two on in the ninth. Gossage retired the side for his 25th save, getting Roy Howell on a fly out and John Mayberry to line into the Yankees' fourth double play of the game. _ . . •. Rice Leads Red Sox Win BOSTON (UPI) — Jim Rice cracked his 44th homer and Dennis Eckersley tossed a seven- hitter for his 19th victory Tuesday night, enabling the Boston Red Sox to defeat the Detroit Tigers 6-0 and remain one game behind first place New York in the American League EAst. Eckersley, who has lost eight, struck out four in notching his third shutout and raising his record at Fenway Park to 10-1. Rice connected for a two- run homer in the fifth off Dave Rozema, 9-11. __ . — •< Major League Boxes ,_ . j HOUSTON ATLANTA ibrbbl tbrhbl Lindestoy K 5010 Royiterss 3 0 U <J Leonard!! 4010 Ollicecf :iooo puWct 2100 Matlne»srt 4020 Cnort 1121 Burroustell 4UOO C3betl3b 4 U U U Nolanc 4010 Watson Ib 1020 Murphy Ib ! U I) 0 Sexton pr 0000 Hubbarda> 4020 Bergman Ib oooo Gilbrealh3b 4010 Gouatatb 4021 PNidtrop 3010 Pujotsc 4000 Beallpn 10 00 JNIekrop 4000 Korschp 0000 Tots!s 32111 ToUl* B070 Homtan 100 too ooo — l AUinU 000000 OCO— 0 E-Gilbrealh DP-Houston 1, Allanla 2 LQB- Houslon 8, Atlanta « 2B- .Matthews. SB-PuW, Crut 2, Royaler. IP H RERBBSO J.NiekrolWlHti 860024 Korsch 1 l 0 0 0 0 P. Niekro ILIH-I7I 982156 J . Niekro pi tched lo 1 bailer in wh Save-Korsch(6). HBP-i>yJ, Niekro (Koysler. Olliee). WP-J. Niekro PB- Nolan 2 T-2:15 A-3,069 FlntGune MOHTREAL PHILADELPHIA ab r h bl ib r b bl Cash2b 1011 McBridcrl 4000 Dawsoncr 4000 Bowass 4 J 2 0 Vaienlinert 4000 Maddoxct 4010 Perez Ib 1000 Luzinski LI 3223 Cromarttell 3110 Martin 11 0000 Carter c 3100 Hetmerlb 2100 Speierss 3110 Schmidl 3b 4000 PapiSb 4022 Boooec 2001 Palmerp 1000 SLzemoreZb 1000 Ramosph 1000 McCarvrph lull Twilcbellp 0000 HarretsonZb 1UOO Knowtep 0000 Kaalp 2000 Unserpti 1000 Mackaninph 1000 Alkinsonp 0000 Brusstarp 0000 Huttonph 1000 Reedp 0000 Tools SJ3S3 Totals 29565 Montreal too 010 002— 3 ptaUaddphll 102 001 OU- 5 E-Harrelson. DP-Philadelphia 2. LOB Montreal 6, Philadelphia 6 HR— Luzinski 1331. SB— Sire more Bowa, Hetner.SK-Boone. IP H R ER BB SO PalmerlLO-1) 453315 TwIlcneU 11-30 1 12 1 Knowles 12-3 1 oooo Atkinson 1 0 t 1 0 0 KaatlW8-5l 641112 Brusstar 22-312222 Heed 1-300000 Save-KecdllS). HBP-by Kaat ICro-martie); by Twitchell 'Hebner); by Atkinson (Hebnerl. WP- Brusstar. T- 2: 25. CHICAGO PITTSBURGH ib r b bl *o r b bt UeJnusu 4iito Tavtrasss < 0 0 l> Thoropvancl t 0 1 0 Morenocl 4 1 2 U Buckner Ib J 0 0 0 Parktrrf J 2 2 0 Kir-gmanlf 4000 SUrgdllb 322] Vail ri » 0 1 0 OU c 4011 TnlloZb 3110 BHofcmsoo If 4011 Raderc 4111 Milnerll 30 1 u KelkherJii 2 (t 0 0 Berraso G u o u Biiltnerph 1001 Uirner2l) JOOO Scoanep 0000 UHobrnsonp JUIO Lampp 1 U 1 o Gross ph 00 00 HdUman p 0 o 0 0 MeoliS) 1 0 0 u Totals 31 1 1 1 ToliiJ 31 5 10 5 Chicago ooo ooo zoo- l pituturgh OOJ OK OOx- i K-Rader DP-Criicagol.Piibl>uri!h2 LOB- Oucagoa. Pittsburgh 4. 2B- Mortno JB-Kiafcr. Parker. HR-Stargel] ia». IP H R ER BB SO Larop<L7-15l 563312 Hdtzman 1 J 2 2 1 1 Seoane 210003 D. Robinson IV. IWt 9622)1 WP-Scoane.T-2 a> A-6.515 CLEVELAND BALTIMORE abrbbl abrbbl Manriingcl 4000 Harkw d 5 1 1 u Bell 3n 4000 Kelly If 4000 Thornton Ib 1000 Andersonll 0000 Alexndrdh x3 I I I Singleton rf 3100 Coill 4 0 1 u Lopezrl 0000 Gnllinpr 0000 Murray Ib 4031 Kuiper2b 10 lu DeCinccs 3b 4122 Veryierss 3000 Maydh 4020 Cigeph t 0 0 U Dempsev c 3000 Rriggsrf 2000 Diutr2S 4020 BlanXsph 1000 Belangerss 3010 Speedrf 0000 Ranaganp 0000 Diazc 2000 Stanlxxisep 0000 Reuschel p 0000 Spillner p 0000 .Mongep 0000 Totals 301 3 1 Totals 34 3 11 3 x-reacbed first on catcher's Intel ereoce Cleveland 000 000 001- 1 Baltimore 100 000 Olx— 3 E-Veryier, Dempsey. DP-Cleveland 1, Baltimore 1 LOB-Cleveland 6, BaJlimore 10 HR- DeCinces 1 26 1 , Alei- ander 1 26 1 . DETROIT BOSTON at> r b bl ab r h bl LeHorecl 4030 Buriesonss 4011 Mank»^k3b 4000 Remy2B 5230 Staubdh 4000 Ricerl 5122 Tnornpsnlb 3010 Yaslrzmskll 4101 Kemp II 3010 Kiskc 3120 Mayc 4000 Lynnct 4012 Corcuranr! 4 ti 2 0 IIUjsuidA 41 lo Uilliirdzb 'lOoo Suxi u> 40 1 u Trammtllis 1 0 <i u hn/^nxrr sb 4 o 2 K Hozema p 0 0 U 0 r^ku^ley p 0000 Tobik p 0000 ToUb S 0 T • Totlll 37 6 U ( Detroit 000 000 (03— 0 BotiOQ 300 023 OOx— 6 UP -Boston 2 UJB-lWiuil V. Hustons 2B- Lynn, l^hlore, Bn^wn>-r HH-- Ritt I44r SB- Lerk>re2.Iltniy 1 HU)*n S- Burle>on SEATTLE KANSAS CITY abrbbl ab r b bl CruiJl) \ 'Hid Braunil 300 u lUyrBidiSS 4 'J 1 ti Wil^jnlf 0000 Pacmrtk Ib 4 0 u 0 Hn-tl Jb J 0 I 0 Itotxrtsrl 3121 Oti>c( 4022 Kcbert^dh 1000 Porterc 4010 SlaMaill 2000 I^Cocklb 4110 jMK-scI iuo 0 McilJeah 1110 Btmhrili iti 3 0 0 0 C V* ens rl loll Stinyjnc -1 0 u u I'akksi :i 1 1 0 AbUKlp 00 UO Willie Oj J101 (Jutap Duoo Totals n 1 3 1 Totals SO4 Seattle 000 100 000- 1 KaoasClty Mo 101 Ota- 4 UP- Seattle 1. Kansas City 3 WB- Seallle 1, Kansas Cily 6 2B-Brrtt. Ka«rrlj, PjUk. Kejrolds. 1-aCoct. Co*«is 3B-Porltr Hit- IP H R ER B8 SO Abbott 1 L7-HJ 8 8 t 4 2 t GurailWl S 3 1 1 3 0 T- 1. 42. A- 22.4 15 TORONTO NEW YORK abrhbi abrhbi Bowllicl 4020 Hucrscl 3 U 2 2 Baitorrl 4010 CJohnson ph 1000 Ho«eil3b 4010 BUircl u il 0 0 Maybtrrydn 4 1 1 I Handulph2b ( o 0 0 Upsha»lb 3000 Munswic 4000 A Woods II 3U10 Javksuidh 4 0 o 0 Ashbyc 1000 PmjUlarl 4120 McKay 3b 3000 .N'etllesSb 4121 Uomass 2000 Cramblss ib 3 a 1 o llortonph 1000 Whilelf 3110 TJohnsonss 0 ') 0 0 Denlss 3111 Underwodp 0 (J 0 0 r'igueroap 0 0 1) u (Jussage p 0000 Tolah 2916 1 Totals 33493 Toronto 000 000 100- 1 New York (00 001 000- 4 E-Bailor DP- New York 4 LOB- Torwito 3. New York 5. 2B-A. Woods. Iknt. Hivers. SB- Nettles. IIH-Slaybcrr> i i! i . IP H R ER BB SO Under»txxl!L6-14) 3 S 4 4 0 1 Figueroa IWIW) 861124 Uossage 100000 Pipjeroa pitched lo 2 bailers in Wh. Save-Gossage 125). T-1:S2, A-2U.S35 PROTECTION IFYOUHAD"KDWtNG"SHOB AMR ROM US - W! NAVE TOU« Mm U/ EXACT SIZI ON FILJI COMFOR RED WING W L Pet GB »1 63 .59!) W 63 .558 S',S W 70 .554 7 81 76 .516 13 70 87 .446 24 S 83 .439 25 x-Los Angeles Cincinnati San Francisco San Diego Houston Allanla x-diDCbed division title Tuesday's Results Philadelphia j, Montreal 3,1st. twilight Montreal 3, Philadelphia o, 2nd, night Pittsburgh 5, Chicago 2, nigh! Houston 2, Atlanta 0, night N«w York 3, St. Louis 1, night Cincinnati 6, Los Angeles 4. night San Diego alSan Francisco, nighl Wednesday's Probable Pitchers (All Times EOT) San Diego l Rasmusscn 14-14) at San Francisco iKnepper 16-111,4:05 p.m. Montreal (Grimsley 19-10) at Phila- delphia (Rulhvcn 15-11),7;35pm. Chicago (Burris 7-121 at Pittsburgh (Blyleven 14-10),7:35p.m. Houston IKuhle 2-31 al Atlanta iMcWilliams 9- 2i,7:35 p.m. Los Angeles iSutton 15-11) at Cincinnati (MoskauH1.8:05p.m. Thursday's Games Houston al Allanla, night Los Angeles at Cincinnati, night AMERICAN LEAGUE By United Press International (West Coast game not Inluded) East Upper Coast Fishing Survey New York Boston Milwaukee BoHinwn- Detroit Cleveland Toronto West x-KansasCity California Texas Minnesola Chicago Oakland Seattle i-d Inched dl vision UUe W L PcL GB 35 62 .KB 94 63 .59S 90 67 .573 87 69 .558 I WEDNESDAY'S OUTLOOK-Fair. WATER CONDITlONS-Fair. WEDNESDAY TIDES-High at 3:27 am (1.6 ft) and 1:01 pm (l. 4 It), low at 9-14 am U 2 ft) and 8:21 pm (0.5 ft). WEDNESDAY SUN-Rise at 7:10 am, set at 7:10pm. WEDNESDAY MOON-Rise at 3:01 am, set at 4:27pm. THURSDAY TIDES-High at 3:48 am (1.6 tt) and 2:08 pm (1.4 ft), low at 9:32 am(1.2ft)ard9-.03pm(0.5fU. THURSDAY SUN-Rise at 7:11 am, set at7:09pm. THURSDAY MOON-Rise at 3:53 am, set at 5:05pm. Fishing improved yesterday as compared to the weekend catches. The wind was still out of the north east, but area camps reported catches of bull red, speckled and sand trout, bull whiting, flounder and golden croakers. Out at the M&M Bait they had one report to make. Ted Wilkes hooked four GOOD/ All Weather 78 • Dependable bias ply construction • No flatspot, no morning thump • Smooth-riding polyester cord body • Reverse-molded for flat road contact • Road-gripping multi-rib tread DOUBLE BELTED TO FIGHT TREAD SQUIRM Custom Power Cushion Polyglai gives you two fiberglass belts to firm the tread to resist wear prod ucing squirm. Smoo th-rid ing polyester cord body, use-proved rib tread. See il $ 31 75 A78-13 whitewall plus $1.71 F.E.T. and old tire GAS-SAVER RADIALS! 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GB yt (Z ,57'J 83 73 .532 6 K 75 .522 7'-, 72 86 .456 18 69 88 .43a 20'-; 69 90 .434 21 >55 100 .K5 33',v Ballinwre3, Cleveland I, night Boston C, Octroi 10, night New York 4, Toronto 1, night Oak] and 10, Oiica BO 3 , ni tfit Kansas Cityl.Sealllel.niehl M innesola 6, Texas2, niftM Milwaukee al California, night Wednesday's Probable Pttcherc I All Times EOT) Cleveland iWaits I2-UI at Baltimore ID. Martinez 14-11 ).7:30p.m. Detroit IWilcox 13-111 al Boston <Tiant 11-81, 7:31) p.m Toronto (WillisMi at Now York iGuidry ZM), 8 p.m Seattle ( McLaughlin M; at Kansas City Ifiura !M),8:30p.m. Minnesota (Krickson 14-13) at Texas l Jenkins 17-8], B:i5 pro Milwaukte(KcploE)eWiatCalilomial('rost4- SUBSCRIBE TODAY! ,.. TturwU/sGunes Texas al Seattle, night Chic ago al California, night Cleveland al Baltimore, night Toronto at New York, night Detroit al Boston, night 'Things were a bit better over at the Gulf Coast Pier. Many croaker and sand trout were caught. The biggest catches were ma de by C.W. Moore who had 16 croaker and nine sand trout, Marvin Hawkins who had 73 croaker, Leterette Moss caught 51 croaker and 15 bull whiting, Charlie Summer with 22 sand trout. The bull red were running out by Wilson's Bait Camp. Raymond Moss had a 21- pound bull red, Charlie Kellerman had five bull red, and Bobbylckinson caught 65 sand trout and four flounder. Rounding out the catches were Wayne Burkmeyer with one bull red, Gary Foresster had three bull red and Harry Smith caught 15 flounder. West Bay fishing wasn't too good. George Walker had seven reds, 'eight specs and three flounder, while Bill Rheme's Camp had no reports to make. Confidence Starts Here OOD/YCAR •^••^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^•^^•^^^^^^^^^^••••^•••wv^H^aa^^H^^i^^^a^H See Your Independent Dealer For His Price and Credit Terms. Prices As Shown At Goodyear Service Stores In A1J Communities Srrvi'd By "This. NVvvspjpcr. 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