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PAGE 10 The Majors (Continued From Page 9) Brewers 4, Rangers 3 Brewers 5, Rangers 4 MILWAUKEE - Cecil Cooper's sacrifice fly in the eighth inning scored Paul Molitor to break a 3-3 tie and lifted Milwaukee to its eighth straight victory, a 5-4 decision over the Texas Rangers that gave the Brewers a sweep of their double-header. It was Texas' fifth straight loss. In the first game, Ted Simmons' two-out single in the seventh inning drove in Robin Yount to give the Brewers a 4-3 victory. Milwaukee entered the eighth inning trailing 3-1 in the nightcap. Texas starter Charlie Hough, 8-8, who yielded just four hits entering the inning, struck out leadoff batter Mark Brouhard but Rick Manning singled to left and pinch hitter Ben Oglivie and Molitor walked to load the bases. Dave Schmidt relieved and allowed a two-run single by Jim Gantner that tied it 3-3. A walk to Yount loaded the bases again and Cooper lofted his fly to right field to make it 4-3. Simmons then singled in Gantner to make it 5-3. Tom Tellmann, who entered for Clerc Beats Arias, Wins U.S. Pro Championships BROOKLINE, Mass. (LTD -Jose-Luis Clerc needed just 76 minutes Monday night to rout 18-year-old Jimmy Arias in straight sets and capture the U.S. Pro Tennis championships for the second time in three years. The 24-year-old Clerc, who had lost his only previous meeting with Arias, tooK cnarge clerc immediately and never let up before a capacity Longwood Cricket Club crowd for a 6-3, 6-1 victory that Mira to Coach New USFL Team FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (UPI) Former University of Miami quarterback George Mira will coach the south Florida franchise of the fledgling International Football League, Mira and team officials said Monday. The team will begin play in Fort Lauderdale's Lockhart Stadium next spring. The assignment is Mira's first major coaching assignment. His previous experience includes a 1977 stint as player assistant at the Canadian Football League's Toronto franchise. That was the final season of Mira's pro career, which began in 1964 when he was the second-round draft pick of the San Francisco 49ers. "I've thought about coaching for a few years," Mira said. "I want to see if I can do it. The league has some real stable people behind it. They're legitimate people, and they're going out to get a successful franchise in Fort Lauderdale." Local Sports Softball Tourney Seeks Teams The Central Indiana Softball Invitational for D and under teams will be held July 23 and 24. The tournament is open to all teams in central Indiana, including church teams. Jackets and a sponsor trophies will be given for first place, individual trophies and a sponsor trophy for second, and a sponsor trophy for third. Entry fee is $65 and a new Steele or Worth Blue Dot ball. Drawing will be Wednesday and all teams must have a representative at the meeting with at least $30 of the entry fee. For more information, call Michael Jackson, 747-4720 or 288-5296, or Kerry Writtenhouse, 284-8840 or 288-3217. Two Win Akron Derby Slots Tracy Fannin, Muncie, winner of the senior division of the Anderson Soap Box Sunday, is only the second girl since 1934 to win the local race. She and another Muncie driver, Alan Wallace, will participate in the Ail-American Soap Box Derby in Akron. Ohio. Muncie was well-represented In the Anderson race, Scott Woods was third in the senior division and Pat Kirklin was third in the junior division. Card Tennis Player Second Ball State senior Mark Woldmoe placed second in the 7-Up Open tennis tournament Sunday in Indianapolis. Woldmoe, a graduate of Yorktown High School and the tourney's second seed, lost to defending champion and third seeded Mark Wit-sken, 7-5, 6-4. Woldmoe won three matches in starter Bob McClure, worked 34 innings to raise his record to 6-2. After Larry Biittner cracked a pinch-hit RBI double in the ninth to bring Texas within 5-4, Pete Ladd struck out the last two batters (or his second save of the evening and seventh of the year. The Brewers scored a run in the second. Cooper doubled down the left-field line and one out later, Roy Howell doubled him in. Texas took a 2-1 lead in the fourth. Mike Richardt walked, and one out later, Larry Parrish hit his 18th homer of the year and second of the night, a drive into the left-field seats. He has hit five home runs in the last six games. The Rangers made it 3-1 in the fifth when Dave Hostetler hit his fourth homer of the year. In the first game, Jerry Augustine, who pitched lh innings of shutout relief, earned the victory to raise his record to 3-3. Ladd pitched two innings. Milwaukee scored in the third when Molitor extended his hitting streak to 12 games with a leadoff triple and, one out later, Yount hit his second double of the game. Parrish hit a two-run homer. marked his first tournament title since January. Clerc, who won the 1981 Pro Tennis championships, ran off a string of six straight games in the second set to end it early and take home the $34,000 first prize. The stylish Clerc won the first set in 36 minutes, taking command after a first-game service break and running up a two-game lead he maintained throughout. Arias, who gave a passable imitation of a blind man while challenging a call by a lineswoman, held service twice but was broken on a double fault in the seventh game. He broke Clerc back immediately but the Argentinian returned the compliment for the set in the ninth game, winning it in just 36 minutes. Arias reversed the script for the first game of the second set, breaking Clerc to jump on top. The lead didn't last long, however, as Clerc broke him back immediately. Clerc held in the third game and broke his young opponent again in the fourth to take charge. He ran off his fourth straight game point at love for a 4-1 bulge. Clerc, elated over the victory, oddly credited the very humid weather conditions. "I like this weather, I like to play when its really hot. I think that's the reason I play good here," he said. "And I think tonight was one of the best nights I've ever played at Longwood. Because I lost to him in Washington, I decided that if he's going to beat me tonight, he's going to have to work a lot. "1 tried to hit balls to make him tired." Arias, of Grand Isle, N.Y. said, "I didn't have time to get tired, the match was too short. He played really well and there was not much I could do about it. I never really got into the match." Roundup the 32-man tourney to get to the finals He turned down $250 in second-place prize money because of his college eligibility. Booster All-Stars Win, 9-4 The Booster League All-Stars of the Muncie Junior Baseball program defeated Northside, the league champions, 9-4 Monday night at the annual all-star night at McCulloch Park. Cliff McKee led the All-Stars. McKee, a member of R.W. Green Trucking, was the winning pitcher and also had a three-run triple in the second inning. Brian Hirons was the losing pitcher for North. Mike Hayes was the big hitter for North, getting a fourth-inning triple and an eighth-inning double. In other awards given out Monday, Brian Limle from Liberty-Perry won the David R. Bushey Sportsmanship Award. Ed Humphrey of Northside was honored as Manager of the Year. Northside was given the league trophy and Liberty-Perry was given the playoff trophy after defeating R.W. Green trucking in the final of the playoffs, 8-7. The next all-star night for the Junior Baseball program is Monday at McCulloch park. The Rookie League champs will play the league all-stars at 6 p.m. and the Cadet League champs will play the Cadet all-stars at 8 p.m. At Ross Field on the 26th, the Buddy Open League Champions will play the Buddy Closed champs at 6 p.m. and the all-star teams from the two league will play at 8 p.m. Tickets are still available from any of the 53 teams participating in the junior baseball program and cost $1. THE MUNCIE STAR. TUESDAY. JULY 19. 1983 White Blocks TV Contract Ruling WASHINGTON (UPI) - Supreme Court Justice Byron White, a former All-America halfback, has blocked a ruling that invalidated the NCAA's multimillion-dollar arrangement with television networks on college football broadcasts. White took the action Saturday, but the Supreme Court did not make it public until Monday. His order delays the effect of a federal appeals court ruling that the broadcasting deal is anti-competitive because it reduces the number of games available to TV viewers nationwide on fall Saturdays. The NCAA's contracts with the networks involve $74.3 million in payments in 1983, and affect audiences of up to 22.5 million for each game broadcast. White asked the University of Oklahoma Board of Regents and the University of Georgia Athletic Association, which brought the challenge to the television package, to respond by Tuesday. Clyde Muchmore, an Oklahoma City attorney who represents OU, said he had anticipated White's order and spent the entire weekend working on a response. "We expected this request. Justice White's request for our response by tomorrow (Tuesday) indicate he's going to do something soon." Muchmore said if White leaves the lower court rulings intact, schools can go ahead and negotiate contracts this fall. If White upholds the NCAA's request for a stay, then the NCAA television schedule will be in force. School regents last week gave the school permission to enter into contract negotiations for the telecast this fall of the school's football games. But a University of Oklahoma spokesman said White's action "very definitely" hurts telecast chances. "Time is running so short, this very definitely hampers us," said Mike Trepps, OU sports information director. "We can't solicit any bids for the American League Box Scores Monday's Games First Game TEXAS MILWAUKEE ab r b bl ab r h bi Tolleson ss 3 110 Molitor 3t 4 116 Jones II 2 111 Gantner 2b 3 0 0 0 Sample II 10 0 0 Yount ss 3 2 3 1 Bell 3b 4 111 Cooper 16 4 12 1 Parrish rl 4 111 Simmons an 4 0 11 Wright cl 49 10 Oglivie H 40 10 Biittner dh 4 0 10 Moore rl 10 2 0 Anderson pr 0 0 0 0 Manning cf 4 0 10 O Brlen lb 4 0 10 Schroeder c 4 0 0 0 Stein 2b 4 0 0 0 Johnson e 3 0 10 Rivers ph 10 0 0 Totals 34 3 I 3 Totals 33 4 II 3 Teias 000 201 000- 3 Milwaukee 101 000 i- 4 Game-winning RBI - Simmons (7). E-Cooner. Wnght. DP-Teias , Milwaukee 1. LOB-Teias 6. Milwaukee I 2B-Yount 2. O Bnen. Jones. Bell. 3B -Molitor. HR-ParraD 1 17 1. SB-Tolleson i22. SF-Jooes. IP H RERBBSO .. Texas Darwin L74) I 11 4 3 1 .. Milwaukee Gibson 5 1 3 5 3 3 0 3 Augustine (W 3-3) 12-3 2 O 0 0 1 Ladd ISO 2 1 0 0 0 1 HBP-by Gibson (Tollesonl. WP- Gibson T-2 23. Second Game TEXAS MILWAUKEE ab r h bl ab r h bi Tolleson ss 4 10 0 Molitor 3b 3 10 0 Richardt 2b 3 110 Gantner 2b 3 112 Bntlncr ph 10 11 Yount ss 3 0 0 0 Anderson pr 0 0 0 0 Cooper lb 3 111 Bell 3b 5 0 0 0 Simmons c 4 0 11 Parrish rf 5 12 2 Howell dh 4 0 11 right cl 3 0 0 0 Brouhard rl 3 0 0 0 Sample II 4 0 10 Moore rl 0 0 0 0 Hosteller dh 3 111 Manning cf 2 110 O Bnen lb 4 0 10 Romero If 2 0 10 Sundberg c 10 10 Oglivie If 0 10 0 BJones ph 10 10 Touts 36 4 9 4 Totals 27 5 I 5 Texas 000 210 001- 4 Milwaukee 010 000 04x-5 Game-winning RBI Cooper 111. DP-Texas 2 LOB Texas 9. Milwaukee 4 2B-Cooper. Howell, Sundberg. Biittner HR-Pamsh til). Hosteller 141. SB-Sample 130). SF-Cooper. IP H RERBBSO .. Texas Hough iLMI 71-3 4 4 4 3 5 Schmidt 23 2 1 1 1 0 . Milwaukee McClure 5 5 1 3 2 3 Tellmann (W (-2) 31-3 4 1 1 I 1 Ladd IS 7) 2-3 0 0 0 0 2 McClure pitched to 2 batters In 6th. HBP-by McClure iTollesoni: by Hough (Gantner). Balh-McClure. PB- Sundberg. T-2:17. A-26,0i6. KANSAS CITY TORONTO abrhbi abrhbi Wilson cf 4 0 0 0 Garcia 2b 4 2 2 0 WashingUt ss 2 10 0 Moseby cf 3 3 2 1 Brett lb 4 I 2 2 lorg 3b 2 0 11 McRae db 4 0 10 Mulliniks ft 2 0 0 0 Aliens lb 4 0 10 Johnson db 2 112 Otis rf 4 0 1 0 Orta ph 10 0 0 White lb 4 0 0 0 Bonnet If 10 2 2 Sheridan If 10 0 0 Bell rl 2 0 0 0 Wathan c 3 0 0 0 Collins If 2 0 0 0 Upshaw lb 2 10 0 Barlield rf 10 0 0 Martinez c 4 112 Gnllin ss 4 0 0 0 Touts 32 2 S 2 Totals 32 I 9 I Kansas City Ml 001 000- 2 Toronto 102 500 OOx-1 Game-winning RBI - Moseby (7). E-Brett DP-Kansas City I. LOB Kansas City 5, Toronto 4. 2B-Moseby, Bonnell, Brett, Johnson. 3B-Moseby. HR -Martinet ill, Brett (II). SB Washington 119), Garcia (20). SF Bonnell. IP H RERBBSO .. Kansas City GuralLI-Ul 31-3 7 6 6 1 0 Armstrong 32-3 2 2 2 1 3 Creel I 6 0 0 . Toronto Clancy (W 94) 9 5 2:22 HBP-by Gura (l'pshaw).T-2:2. A- 26,171. CHICAGO CLEVELAND abrhbi 12 10 Hargrove lb 1 0 0 0 Tnllo 2b 4 2 14 Harrah 3b 4 0 0 0 Thornton dh 0 6 0 0 Tabler It 4 0 2 1 Thomas cf 4 0 10 Perkins rf 4 0 0 0 Franco ss 4 9 0 0 Hasseyc 4010 4 10 0 abrbW RLawct Pacnrek rf Fiskc Walker lb Squires lb Luzinski db Balnea rf Kittle If VLawSb Dybzinstl so Cruz 2b Totals Chicaao 16 5 I 5 Toulo JO II 3 102200 000-5 000020010-1 Cleveland Game-winnin. RRI fjirlnitfel (SI E-Hoyt, Franco. DP-Chicago 2. LOB -Chicago I, Cleveland 2. HR-Fisk (15), Hassey (1). SB-RLaw 2 111). SF Hargrove. IP H RERBBSO .. Chicago Hoyt (W 114) 7 4 Tidrow I Agosto 1-3 0 12 0 2 1110 0 0 0 0 Barojas IS 1) 21 1 0 0 0 0 ..Cleveland Elcblbrger IL 3-11) Anderson 12-1 6 5 12 0 4 2-3 2 0 0 0 3 Easterly Sptllner Tidrow pitched to 2 bailers to tth. T-2 40. A 6, 339. 1-3 I 1-1 t 0 0 2 ) telecasts because of the stay," he said. White, who earned the nickname Whizzer at the University of Colorado in the 1930s and later plied his football skills with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Detroit Lions, also invited the Justice Department to give its view of the antitrust questions involved. The NCAA adopts policies governing bow football is played in Its 785 member colleges and 100 athletic conferences. Under its arrangements with ABC and CBS, the networks may telecast 14 games each fall. A separate arrangement with Cable Network News allows the broadcast of 19 games. Oklahoma and Georgia complained the arrangement, which limits the number of times any university may appear on national or regional telecasts in a two-year period, was a "monopolization." They also argued the plan, by offering equal payments for every game televised nationally and regionally. Illegally fixes prices, and that the NCAA's threat to expel members that violate the rules are an illegal boycott. A federal district court agreed, holding the payment for games were unlawfully fixed and the association placed unreasonable controls on the schools. The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver upheld the ruling on grounds the arrangements violate antitrust law because they reduce the number of games that may be shown. Appealing to White, the NCAA said it wanted him to stay the lower court ruling until it could mount a full-scale appeal to the high court. The NCAA said plans with similar features have been in effect since 1951 and had not been challenged. The association said the number of television opportunities had increased from 12 in 1952 to 47 under current contracts. Each school's number of network appearances has increased from one in 1952 to three under current contracts. CHICAGO CLEVELAND ab r h bl 3 2 10 Hargrove lb 1 0 0 0 Tnllo 2b 4 2 3 4 Harrah 3b 4 0 0 0 Thornton db 0 0 0 0 Tabler II 4 0 2 1 Thomas el 4 0 10 Perkins rl 4 0 0 0 Franco as 4 0 0 0 Hassey c 4 0 10 4 10 0 abrhbi 3 0 0 1 4 00 0 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 0 10 3010 3 110 II0O 1122 RLawcl Pacnreft rf Fistc Walker lb Squires lb Luzinskl db Barnes rf Kittle II V Law 3b Dybzinskl ss Cruz 2b Totals 36 5 1 5 Totals 30 3 1 1 Chicago 102 200 000- 5 Cleveland 000 020 010- 1 Game-winning RBI - Luzinskl IS). E-Hoyt, Franco DP-Chicago 2. LOB -Chicago 0, Cleveland 2 HR-Flsk I IS), Hassey 13). SB-RLaw 2 l3tl. SF- Hargrove. IP H RERBBSO Chicago HoytiWH-9) 7 Tidrow o Agosto 1-3 4 2 2 1 1 I 0 0 0 Barojas (S 9) 12-3 I 0 0 . . Cleveland ElchlbrgeriLl-10) 12-1 t 5 1 Anderson 4 2-2 2 0 O Easterly 1-3 0 0 0 Spillner 1-3 0 0 0 Tidrow pitched to 2 batters In Mb. T-2:40. A-6.339. MINNESOTA NEW YORK ab r h bi ab r b bi Kuntz cf 4 0 11 Milboume 2b 4 110 Caslino 2b 4 0 0 0 Wynegar c 4 110 Ward If 4 0 10 Winlield If 3 0 2 1 Gaettt 3b 4 0 0 0 Gamble db 2 10 0 Hrbek lb 3 0 0 0 Baylor ph 0 0 0 0 Hatcher db 4 0 10 Nettles lb 3 12 2 Engle c 4 12 0 Kemp rf 4 0 10 Brunnsky rf 4 0 11 Mumphry cf 4 0 0 0 Washiogtn ss 4 12 0 Mattingly lb 4 0 2 1 Robertson ss 4 0 0 0 Totals 35 2 2 ToUIS 32 4 4 Minnesota 000 010 001-2 New York 200 00011X-4 Game-winning RBI - Nettles (4). E-Nettles DP-Minnesota 1, New York I. LOB-Min-nesoU I, New York 9. 28-Milbourne. Ward. Engle, Brunansky. 3B-Nellies, Washington, Winlield. SB- Mil-bourne (I). IP H RERBBSO Minnesota Williams IL5-U) 62-3 7 3 3 3 2 Whitehouse 1 1-1 1 1 2 1 .. New York Guidry IW 11-5) 9 12 2 2 4 T-2:26. A-20,441. National League Box Scores Monday's Games HOUSTON PHILADELPHIA abrhbi abrhbi TScott cf 6 12 0 Dernier cf 4 0 2 0 Puhl rf 4 0 2 2 Reed p 0 0 0 0 Tboo ss 5 2 3 0 Holland p 0 0 0 0 Gamer 3b 5 2 2 0 Perez ph 10 0 1 Cruz if 4 12 2 Rose lb 4 0 0 0 Knight lb 5 0 12 Morgan 2b 2 0 0 0 Walling lb 0 0 0 0 Schmidt 3b 2 110 Doran 2b 4 12 2 Haves rf 4 0 2 0 Bprkmaac 4 110 Matthews If 4 00 1 Nietrop 5 0 0 0 Diazc 3 110 DeJesus ss 4 0 0 9 Carlton p 10 0 0 McGraw p 0 0 0 0 GGross ph 10 0 0 Altamiran p 0 0 0 0 LefeDvre rf 2 0 10 Totals 42 17 I Totals 32 2 7 2 Houston 012 200 030 0 Philadelphia 000100 001-2 Game-winning RBI - Knight (SI. DP-Houston 1. Philadelphia 2. LOB Houston 13, Philadelphia 9. 2B-Garner, Bjortman, Knight, Schmidt, Lelebvre. SB -Dernier (201. S-Puhl. IP H RERBBSO .. Houston NlekralWI-7) 9 7 2 2 1 1 .. Philadelphia Carlton (L 9-11) 321 9 5 5 2 5 McGraw 11-1 1 0 I 2 Alumirano 2 1 0 0 9 2 Reed 2-113120 Holland 1 13 1 0 0 0 1 WP-Nlekro 2, Reed. T-2 42 A-22,029. NEW YORK Wilson cf Bailor 2b Heeplb Foster If Strawbnj rf Siskp Suubpb Swanp Hodges e Asblord3b Oquendon Gorman p Henuuxtt lb ATLANTA abrhbi 4 0 12 Ramirez ss 4 110 Royster 2b 4 12 0 Murphy cf 4 0 2 2 Horner 3b 2 0 0 0 Bedrosian p 0 0 0 0 Chamblsa lb 1 0 0 0 Harper rf 6 0 0 0 Hubbard 2b 4 0 10 Benedict e 4 110 McMurtryp 4 110 Camp p 1 0 0 9 Johnson pb 2 016 Moore p 000 Jrgnsnpb OOOOBUtlf abrhbi 40 00 4121 4100 112 1 0 000 2000 112 1 3010 4 111 0 006 1000 1100 1010 100 099 29 7 11 Totals 34 4 10 4 Total! New York . AtianU 1 000 tOO-4 020 040 III- 7 Game-winning RBI None. E-Harper, Hodges. DP-New York i, Atlanta I. LOB New York 5, AUanU 1. 2B-Heep, Benedict, Royster. IB Royster. S Gorman, Harper. Ramirez. IF H RERBBSO .New York Gorman (L 0-1) 42-1 1 5 S 1 2 Sisk 31-3 3 I 1)1 Swan 11111) . AtianU ' McMurtry 12-32401) Camp (W 7-7) 31-3 I 3 ) ) 3 Moore 1 1 0 0 0 1 Bedrosian (S 15) I 1 ) ) ) I WP-Slst. fUlk-Stsk. PB-Hodget T- 3:14. A-II.OH. i STILL GOT THE FORM - Pitcher Warren Spahn shows he still has his old form as he throws in the first inning of the Cracker Jack Old Timers Baseball Game ; Monday night at RFK Stadium in Washington. (AP) NL Old Timers Win, 5-3 WASHINGTON (UPI) - Richie Ashburn singled home Bill Mazer-oski with the tying run and the National League added two runs on an error en route to a 5-3 victory over the American League Monday night in the the Old-Timers Baseball Classic. Al Kaline and Brooks Robinson homered for the AL to the delight of the 31,160 fans at RFK Stadium who watched only the second major-league baseball game in the nation's capital in 12 years. Tim McCarver blooped a single to Sports Scorecard NL Standings PGA Money East (Through Quad W L Pet. GB I. Hal Sutton St Louis Philadelphia Pittsburgh Montreal Chicago New York ' Atlanta Los Angeles Houston Sao Diego San Francisco Cincinnati 45 44 43 43 43 43 43 44 .506 - 2. Laony Wadklns 2. Ben Crenshaw 4. Gil Morgan 5 Fuzzy Zoeller 6 Tom Kite 7. Seve Ballesteros 0. Calvin Peete 9. Tom Watson 10 Ray Floyd 11. Fred Couples 12. Craig Sudler 11. Hale Irwin 14. David Graham 15 Mark McCumber 16 Johnny Miller 17. Bob Eastwood II. Jim Colbert 19. Gary Koch 20 Keith Fergus 21 Chip Beck 22. Bob Gilder 23. Andy Bean 24. Larry Mize 25. Jay Haas 26 Rex Caldwell 27 Bill Rogers 21- Larry Nelson 29 Ed Fiort 10. Curtis Strange 31. Jack Nicklaus 32 Bruce Lietzke 33. Mike Nicolette 34. David Edwards 35. John Cook It. Don Pooley 37. Gary Hallberg 33. Scott Simpson 39 Jim Nelford 40 Isao Aokl 41. Loo Hinkle 42. Jack Renner 43. Wayne Levi 44. John Mahafley 45. Tom Purtzer , 46. Jim Thorpe 47. Payne Stewart 41. Peter Jacobsen 49 Doug Tewell 50. Mike Sullivan H. Danny Edwards 52. Vance Heatner 53. Mike Reid 54. Scott Hocb 55. Morris HaUlsky 56. Bobby Clampelt 57. Greg Norman 51. Tie-Chung Chen 51. Mark Lye 60. Brad Bryant 11. J.C. Snead 62. John Fought 63. Dan Pool 64. Lee Trevino 65. Lee Elder 66 Roger Maltble 67. Ron Streck 61. Mike Donald 69. Barry Jaeckel 70. -George Archer 71. Mark OMeara 71 Tim Simpson 73. Mark Hayes 74. Andy North 75. Bobby Wadkins 76. D A. Welhrlng 77. Gibby Gilbert 79. Peter Ooslerhuis 79. George Burns 0. Ttuneyukl Nakajuna 11. Bruce Fleisher 12. Denis Watson H. Leonard Thompson 4. Buddy Gardner 05. Phil Hancock II. Lennie Clements 17. Pat McGowan n. Bob Murphy 19. George Cadle 90. Gary McCord 91. Sammy Rachels 92. Mark Pfell 91. Mike McCullougb 94 Tom Welskopl 95. Frank Conner 96. Joe Inman 97. Ed Sneed 96. Clarence Rot 99. Ken Green 100. Nick Faldo .500 M, .500 t .494 1 .450 4"j 41 49 33 57 .367 124 St 57 35 .820 - S2 36 .591 3 48 42 .533 I 45 44 .506 lO 44 46 .489 12 40 51 .440 16t Monday's Results Houston I. Philadelphia 2 AUanu 7. New York 4 Tuesday's Games (Muncie time) San Francisco iDavis 0-2) at Chicago iRauwy Ml, 1:20 pit Houston (Knepper 341 at Philadelphia (Bystrom 3-41, 6:35 p m. ' Los Angeles (Reuss 6-7 and Zachry 2-01 at Pittsburgh iCandelaria 8-6 and McWtlliams 9-51, 2, 5:05 pm Cincinnati (Price 1-5) at Montreal (Rogers 12-4), 6:35 p.m. New York ISeaver 6-9) at Atlanta (Perez 10-2), 6:40 pm. San Diego (Lollar 44) at St Louis (Allen Ml, 7:35 p.m. Wednesday's Games San Francisco al Chicago New York at AUanta, twilight Cincinnati at Montreal, night Houston at Philadelphia, night Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, night San Diego at St. Louis, night AL Standings East W L Pet. Toronto 52 35 .590 Baltimore SO 37 .575 Detroit 49 a .563 New York 41 39 .550 Milwaukee 40 39 .551 Boston 44 44 .500 Cleveland 37 52 .416 GB West Chicago 46 42 SO - Tern 46 44 .511 1 California 45 44 .506 14 Kansas City 41 43 .481 3 Oakland 40 51 .440 7V, Minnesota 17 55 .402 11 Seattle 36 56 .391 12 Monday's Results Milwaukee 4, Texas 3, 1st game Milwaukee 5, Texas 4, 2nd game New York 4. Minnesota 2 Chicago 5, Cleveland 2 Toronto I, Kansas City 2 Boston 7, California 2 Baltimore 9, Seattle 4 Detroit 4, Oakland 3 Tuesday's Games (Muncie time) Kansas City ( Black 3-1) at Toronto (Leal 10-6), 6:30 p.m. Chicago (Koosman 7-2) at Cleveland (Sutcliffe 11-41, 6:35 pm. Minnesota (Castillo 5-71 at New York (Rowley 04), 7 pm. Texas (Honeycutt 11-6) at Milwaukee I Sutton 7-5), 7:30 p.m. Boston (Tudor 7-5) at California (Forscb 6-61. 9:30 pm. Baltimore (McGregor 1(H) at Seattle t Abbott 3-1 ), 9:35 pm. Detroit (Morns 94) at Oakland (McCattyH), 1:35 p.m. Wednesday's Garnet Minnesota at New York Texts at Milwaukee Baltimore at Seattle Detroit at Oakland Kansas City at Toronto, night Chicago at Cleveland, night Boston at California, night (3DGS1IE) EXPOS TONIGHT 6:35P.M. LHLBCJ left and Mazeroski hit into a fielder's choice. Billy Williams singled and Ashburn doubled in Mazeroski. Mickey Vernon then misplayed Dee Fondy's grounder allowing Williams and Ashburn to score. Kaline homered in the first but Ted Klu-szewski singled home a run and Red Schoendienst scored on Ron Santo's walk for a 2-1 NL lead after one inning. Robinson homered in the fourth off Carl Erskine and Rocky Colavito scored when Gus Triandos grounded into a double play. Leaders PGA Tour Statistics Cities Open) Scoring I, Ray Floyd 70 74. 2. Lanny Wad-tins 7011. 3, Calvin Peete 70 04 4. Don Pooley 7101. 5, Tom Watson 71.04. 6, Ben Crenshaw 71 06. T7. Hal Sutton and Lon Hinkle 71.15. T9, 1 tied wilt 71.16. Driving DlsUnce I, John McComisb 277 5 2, Curt Byrum 274.7. 3, Mark Calcaveccia 273 6. 4. Tom Purtier 272 6. S, Loo Hinkle 272. 6, Tom Weiskopf 271 4. 7, Buddy Gardner 271. 1. Dan Pool 270 7 0, Jodie Mudd 170 J. 10. Fred Couples 263 J. Driving Accuracy , . I, Calvin Peete .055. 2, Lee Treviao .754. 1, Jack Renner .749. 4, Tan N orris .740. S. David Edwards .737 6, Curtis Strange .739. 7, Lanny Wadkins .729. I, Bill Rogers .726. 9, Jim Simons .725. 10, Lee Elder .724. Greens in Regulation 1. Johnny Miller .723 2. Calvin Peete .710. 3, George Cadle .690. 4, Larry Nelson .695. 5, Wayne Levi .693. 6, Hal Sutton .691. 7, Jack Nicklaus 684 I. Bruce Lietzke .682. 9, Doug Tewell .678. 10, 4 tied with 677. Putting 1. Morris HaUlsky 28 06 2, Isao Aoki 28 26. 3. Bruce Fleisher 26 66 4. David Edwards 20.76. 5, Denis Watson 2811 6. Ken Green 28 82. T7, Tom Watson and Greg Powers 28 87. T9, Ray Floyd and Gary Koch 21.96. Par Breakers I, Tom Watson .212. 2, Ben Crenshaw .202. 3, Lanny Wadkins .201. T4. Hal Sutton and Ray Floyd .200 T6, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Kite .191 , Lon Hinkle .197. T9, 3 tied with .195. Eagles Tl, Mark O Meara and Chip Beck 10 T3, Johnny Miller. Hal Sutton, and Ray Floyd 0. 6, Tom Watson I. T7. Mike Sullivan. Keith Fergus, Lon Hinkle and Mark Lye 7. - ' Birdies 1. Hal Sutton 275. 2, Chip Beef 260 1. Fred Couples 253. 4. Lon Hinkle 252 . Jim Nelford 251. 6, GU Morgan 249 ). Bruce Fleisher 247. 1, John Cook 246 9. Jots Thorpe 244. T10, 1 tied with 231. Sand Saves ' 1, Isao Aokl .635. 1, Morris HaCalsty .596. 3, Tom Kite .587, 4, Be Crenshaw .583. 5, Gibby Gilbert .581 I. Mart O Meara .577. 7, Doug Tewell .576. TO, Hale lrwln and David Edwards .571. 10, Larry Mize -570. Grand Pnx Points 1, Lanny Wadkins 446 250. 2, Tom Kite 397. 3, Fuzxy Zoeller 393 (67. 4. Tom Watson 383. 5, Hal Sutton 302. 6. Gil Morgan 371. T7, Ben Crenshaw and Calvin Peete 172. t, Ray Floyd 357. 10, Craig Stadler 324. 1277.394 275.657 242.219 235.712 229.021 228.392 207.733 199,658 193.970 I71.9M 170.580 169675 162.904 160.890 146.937 144,320 136.891 135.005 134.550 134.081 130.657 110.552 129.779 125.182 125.133 121.927 119.628 115.443 113.561 113,271 112.351 111.243 110.432 106.787 106.064 104,109 98.489 98.094 97,505 94,367 16.885 15.270 14.808 14,178 13.694 13.294 13.265 12.545 79,711 79.494 75.324 73.615 73.399 72,673 70.466 68.092 68.766 66.167 61.783 61,526 58.875 57,982 57,870 57.340 55,674 54,785 53.832 53.110 52.539 49.800 49.403 49.371 49.230 49,056 47,511 47,257 46,704 46.530 45.171 45,475 43.969 43,831 41.621 41,137 40.151 40.123 39.823 39.644 37,727 17.427 36.427 36.022 34,920 34,746 34.563 34.312 34.079 33,63) 32.112 12,651 Sailing Results World Championship Soling Race At San Francisco Bay, July 17 1. Robbie Haines, United State. 2. David Curtis, U.S. 3. Tom Dodson. New Zealand. 4. Willy Kuhwekde, W. Germany. 5. Dave Chapla. U S. 6). Peter GUmour, Australia. 7. Ed Balrd. VS. I. Mart Betbwatte, Australia. , 9. Fritz Gels, W. Germany. , 10. Torbeo Grid, Brazu. . Strikeout Totals ; Career strikeouts by Nolan Ryan bl Houston and Steve Carlton of Philadelphia, who earlier this season surpassed the major league record af 1,509 set by Walter Johnson to 11 seasons (1907-27). 1968-82 1983 total Nolan Ryan 1,494 00 1.5H 196X2 1983 total Steve Carlton 1,434 153 1,517 ' frm exports are if RmM the tingle most II if TFtI positive factor in I i 1 ouljDalance of ""n Va 1 Delaware Co. Farm Bureau. Irstv, J

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