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KT day in sports 18 Kokomo (Ind.) Tribune Wednesday, July 19, 1989 Baseball Baltimore New York Toronto Boston Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit California Oakland Kansas City Texas Seattle Minnesota Chicago Montreal Chicago New York Sf. Louis Pittsburgh Philadelphia San Francisco Houston San Diego Cincinnati Los Angeles Atlanta z-denotes first game was a win AMERICAN LEAGUE Tuesday's Games Oakland 7, Detroit 2 California 1, Toronto!) .Baltimore 4, Seattle 3 . Minnesota 5, Cleveland 4 New York at Chicago, pod., rain Kansas City 9, Milwaukee i Texas 6, Boston 1 Wednesday's Games Oakland (Welch 105) at Detroit (Alex ander 4-10), 12:35 p.m. Seattle (Holman 32) at Baltimore (Holton 4-5), 12:35 p.m. New York (Parker 3-1 and Cary 00) at Chicago (Hibbard 1-2 and King 48), 2, 4 p.m. Cleveland (Farrell 49) at Minnesota (Anderson 9-8),7:05p.m. Milwaukee (Bosio 9-6) at Kansas City (Leibrandt5-8),7:35p.m. Boston (Boddicker 7-7) at Texas (Hough 5-10),7:35 p.m. Only games scheduled Thursday's Games Cleveland at Kansas City, 7:35 p.m. New York at Texas, 7:35 p.m. Baltimore at Oakland, 9:05 p.m. Toronto at Seattle, 9:05 p.m. Detroit at California, 9:35 p.m. Only games scheduled PHILA CINCINNATI abrhbi abrhbi Dykstra cf 3 11 1 LQunns 2b 3 1 1 0 Herr 2b 4011 Griffey ph 1000 VHayes rl 4110 Bnzngr lb 4130 Jordan lb 4110 EDavis cf 4100 Ready If 3122 Roomes II 4224 Ford M 0000 ONeill rf 3010 CHayes 3b 3 0 0 1 Oliver c 4000 Jeltz is 3100 MBrwn 3b 4 0 1 1 Lake c 4120 Rchdsn ss 3010 Ru/fin p 0000 Wnghm ph 0 0 0 0 GAHarrs p2 0 0 1 DJacksn p j 0 0 0 Adduci ph 1000 Oester pn 1000 Frhwrth p 0 0 0 0 Dernier ph 1 0 0 0 RMcDwl p 0 0 0 0 . Totals 32 4 8 6 Totals 34 S 1 S . Philadelphia 221 000 010—4 , Cincinnati 400 010 000— S E—Oliver. DP—Philadelphia 1, Cincinnati 1. LOB—Philadelphia 4, Cincinnati 7. 2B—VHayes, Lake. 3B—Roomes. HR— Roomes (5), Ready (4). SB—Dykstra (22), ONeill (13). SF—Ready, CHayes. Major League Baseball By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE Cast Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak 53 38 .582 — 6-4 Won 46 44 .500 7'! 2 55 Lost 4A 48 489 8' -1 z 7 3 Lost 43 46 .483 9 z-5-S Lost 43 48 .473 10 2 55 Lost 42 51 .452 12 28 Lost 33 58 .363 20 28 Lost West Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak 54 38 .587 — z-5-5 Won 55 39 .585 - z-5-5 Won 53 40 .570 1': z73 Won 50 42 .543 4 z-6-4 Won 45 47 .489 9 z-6-4 Lost 45 48 .484 9'? 46 Won 37 56 .398 17' j 55 Won NATIONAL LEAGUE Home Away 5 29202418 1 25222124 1 24 26 22-22 4 2121 22 25 2 24 22 19 26 6 24 22 18 29 1 19 28 14-30 Home Away 30 17 24 21 30 16 25 23 32 11 21 29 25 17 2525 25 20 20 27 25 23 20-25 19-28 18 28 East Division W 53 49 48 46 38 36 L 40 43 43 43 51 54 Pet .570 .533 .527 .517 .427 .400 GB — 3''3 4 5 13 15'j L10 I 73 z-5-S Z-6-4 z-5-5 3-7 z-6-4 Streak Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 3 Lost 1 Won 2 Home Away 26 18 27-22 23 22 26 21 28-15 20-28 27-21 19-22 19 23 19-28 20-25 16 29 West Division W 56 53 46 45 43 39 L 37 41 48 48 50 54 Pet .602 .564 .489 .484 .462 .419 GB — 3'/J lOVj 11 13 17 L10 z-7-3 5-5 6-4 z 2-8 46 5-5 Streak Won 4 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 3 Won 1 Won 1 Home Away 33 15 23-22 252228-19 23-21 23-27 24-24 21-24 26-23 17 27 22-27 17-27 NATIONAL LEAGUE Tuesday's Games Philadelphia 6, Cincinnati 5 New York 9, Houston 0 Atlanta 7, Montreal 6 San Diego 17, Pittsburgh 4 Los Angeles 4, Chicago 1 San Francisco 7, St. Louis3 Wednesday's Games St. Louis (Terry 77) at San Francisco (Wilsonl 2),3:05p.m. Atlanta (Smoltz 11-6) at Montreal (B.Smith9-3),6:05p.m. Philadelphia (Cook 33) at Cincinnati (Browning 7-8), 6:35 p.m. Houston (Clancy 56) at New York (Cone 65),6:35p.m. Pittsburgh (Drabek 76) at San Diego (WhltsonlJ-a), 9:05 p.m. Chicago (Bielecki 8-5) at Los Angeles (Morgan 6-9),9:35 p.m. Thursday's Games St. Louis at San Diego, 3:05 p.m. Cincinnati at Montreal,6:35p.m. Atlanta at New York,6;35p.m. San Francisco at Chicago, 7:05p.m. Only games scheduled IP H R ER BB SO 6 1 5 0 1 1 2 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 4 5 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 3 Philadelphia Ruffin 0 14440 GAHarris 5 41104 Frohwirth W.l-0 3 30003 RMcDwII S.10 1 10010 Cincinnati DJackson L.4-10 9 86533 Ruftin pitched to 5 batters m the 1st. WP—Ruffin. PB—Oliver. Umpires—Home, Engel; First, Hallion; Second, Rennert; Third, Brocklander. T—2; 42. A—19,970. - SEATTLE BALTIMORE •* abrhbi abrhbi .' Reynlds 2b5 0 2 0 PBradly If 4000 • Cotto If 30005Finley If 0000 - Briley If 2010 BRipkn 2b 3 0 1 0 ADavis lb 4010 CRipkn ss 3000 'Leonrd dh 4100 Tettletn dh 3 1 2 1 • 'Coles rf 3020 Millign lb 2 1 1 1 Griffey cf 2111 Melvin i. 3010 Vallc c 3000 Sheets ph 1000 Presley 3b 4 1 1 2 Hickey p 0000 Vizquel ss 3000 Olson p 0000 SBrdly ph 1010 Deverex cf 2 1 0 0 JHarris pr 0000 Wthgtn 3b 4122 Orsulak rf 4 0 0 0 Totals 34 3 9 3 Totals 29 4 7 4 'Seattle 010 020 000-3 .Baltimore 020 200 OOx-4 ,. E—Worthington. DP—Seattle 2. LOB--Seattle 8, Baltimore 8. 2B-Coles. HR— -Tettleton (21), Milligan (8), Worthington -(7), Presley (8). SB-Leonard (5), Griffey -412), Reynolds (.8). S-Coles. SF-Griffey. IP H R ER BB SO Seattle RJohnson L.3-2 6 MJackson 2 Baltimore Ballard W.ll-4 5 1-3 Thurmond 1-3 MSmith 1 Hickey 2-3 Olson S,16 12-3 HBP-Milligan by MJackson. Umpires—Home, Voltaggio; First, Denklnger; Second, Tscttida; Third, Merrill. ., T-3:29. A-29,705. HOUSTON NEW YORK abrhbi abrhbi BHatchr If 4 0 1 0 Samuel cf 5021 Yelding 2b 4 0 0 0 Magadn 3b 4 I I 0 Caminit 3b 4 0 0 0 HJhnsn ss 5222 GDavis lb 3 0 0 0 Strwbry rf 4 0 1 0 GGross lb 0 0 0 0 MWilsn rf 1010 Trevino ph 1 0 0 0 McRylds If 2 3 2 2 Blggio c 2000 Innis p 0000 Hamirz ss 3 0 1 0 Teufel ph 1000 Oavldsn rf 3 0 1 0 Myers p 0000 Young cf 2000 Hrnndz lb 3120 • Forsch p 0000 Elster ss 2010 1 Schtzdr p 1000 Jefleris 2b 3 1 1 1 ' Agosto p 0000 Sasser c 3101 • Puhl ph 1010 Frndez p 3022 Portugal p 0 0 0 0 Carreon If 1000 Totals 21 0 4 0 Total: 37 9 15 9 Houston ooo ooo ooo-o New York 205 101 OOx— 9 DP— Houston I, New York 2. LOB— Houston 4, New York 9. 2B— Jefferies, Elster, MWilson. HR-HJohnson (25), McReynolds (9). SB— Samuel (20). S- Forsch. Houston Forsch L,2 3 Schtzdr •Agosto Portugal New York Frndez W,8 3 Innis Myers HBP— Biggio Schatzeder2. Umpires— Home, Hohn; First, Marsh; Second, Montague; Third, Darling. T-2:42.A-35,664. ATLANTA MONTREAL abrhbi abrhbi OMcDII cl 5122 DMrtnz cf 5110 Gregg lb 3000 Foley 2b 5000 Acker p OOOOGalarro lb 4 0 1 2 Lllliqsl ph 1000 Raines If 4131 Boever p 0 0 0 0 Aldrete rf 4110 LSmilh II 4023 Wallach 3b 4 1 2 2 Thomas ss 4 0 I 0 Fitzgerld c i M I Evans 3b 3110 Huson ss 4000 DMrphy rl 4 0 0 0 DeMrlnz p 2 I 0 0 Tredwy 2b 4 1 1 0 F.rey p 0000 Russell c 4221 McGffgn p 0 0 0 0 PSmith p OOOOWJhnsn phOOOO Asnmchr p I 0 0 0 ONixon pr 0 0 0 0 Berroa ph ) I I o Elchhrn p 0 0 0 0 Wtrirby ph 0000 Blauser 3b 2 I II Tolafi U 1 II 7 Totals It 6 » i Atlanta 000 00} 4M-7 Montreal 060 000 OM-i E-DaMartinei. DP- Montreal 1. LOB— Atlanta 4, Montreal 5. 2B— Wallach, Fitzgerald, Russell. 3B-OMcDowell. SB— ONixon I2i> IP H R ER BB SO Atlanta PSmith Asinmchr Elchhorn W,22 .Acker .Soever 5,16 ', MoalrMi DeMrtlnei ., Frey UJ-1 CLEVELAND MINNESOTA abrhbi abrhbi Browne 2b 4 0 2 0 Newmn 2b 5 1 1 0 Zuvella 3b 4 0 0 0 Larkin rt 5251 POBrin lb 4000 Puckett cf 5 1 1 0 Carter If 4332 Gaefti 3b 4101 Jacoby dh 3100 CCastill It 3001 Belle rf 4000 Viola p 0000 Komnsk cf 3 0 0 0 Dwyer ph 0001 Skinner c 3012 Harper dh 4 0 2 1 Fermin ss 3000 Baker ss 0000 Hrbek lb 4000 Laudner c 3 0 1 0 Gagne ss 3000 Bush II 1000 Totals 32 4 6 4 Totals 37 5 10 5 Cleveland 020 101 000—4 Minnesota 200 000 111-5 Two outs when winning run scored. E—Fermin 2, Browne. DP—Minnesota 1. LOB—Cleveland 2, Minnesota 10. 2B— Puckert, Skinner, Harper, Newman. HR— Carter2 (16). S—CCastillo. SF—Dwyer. IP H R ER BB SO Cleveland Black 7136 4 3 1 5 Orosco 1300000 DJones L.3-5 1 21010 Minnesota Viola W.8-10 9 6 4 4 1 11 WP—Black 2. Umpires—Home, Garcia; First, Reilly; Second, Scott; Third, Roe. T-2-.31. A—24,016. CALIFORNIA TORONTO abrhbi abrhbi Wsntn cf 4010 Felix rf 4000 . Schofild ss 3 0 0 0 Fernndz ss 4 0 0 0 Joyner lb 4111 Gruber 3b 4020 Armas rf 4000 Bell If 4000 Dwnng dh 3010 McGriff lb 3 0 1 0 CDavis If 3000 Whitt c 2000 DWhite cf 0000 Moseby cf 3000 Parrish c 3010 Mllnks dh 3010 Hoffmn 3b 3 0 1 0 Law/ess pro 0 0 0 KAndrs 2b 3 0 0 0 Lee 2b 3010 Totals 30 1 5 1 Totals 30 0 5 0 California Toronto E-Bell, Toronto 1. HR—Joyner Scholield. 000 001 000—1 000 000 000-0 McGriff. DP-California 2, LOB—California 3, Toronto 5. (4). SB—Lawless S- IP H R ER BB SO 50016 51102 H R ER BB SO IP H R ER BB SO 21-36 6 6 3 1 32-3 8 3 3 2 3 1 00000 1 10001 7 30016 1 10000 1 00001 by Fernandez. WP— Deer rf Brock lb Surhoff c Meyer dh Spiers ss Totals Milwaukee Kansas City DP-Milwi California Blyleven W.10-2 Toronto Key L.7-10 HBP—McGrill by Blyleven. Umpires—Home, Coble; First, Ccusins; Second, McClelland; Third, McCoy. T—2:04. A—48,717. OAKLAND DETROIT abrhbi abrhbi RHdsn If 5222 Pettis cf 3100 Lanstrd 3b 5 1 4 2 Morlnd dh 4 0 1 0 DParkr dh 4 1 1 3 Whitakr 2b3 0 0 1 McGwir Ib4 0 1 0 Tramml SS4 0 1 0 DHdsn cf 50)0 Lynn If 3000 Hassey c 3100 Bergmn Ib2 1 1 1 Steinbch c 1 0 1 0 GWard lb 1000 Phillips 2b 3 0 0 0 Lemon rl 3000 Blknsp rf 4110 Strange 3b 3 0 1 0 Gallego ss 4 1 1 0 Heath c 3000 Totals 38 7 12 7 Totals 29 2 4 2 Oakland 004 003 000-7 Detroit 100 010 000-2 E—Strange. DP—Oakland 1, Detroit 1. LOB—Oakland 9, Detroit 3. 28—Gallego, Strange, Steinbach. HR—DParker (14), Bergman (4). SB—RHenderson (39). SF— Whitaker. IP Oakland SDavis w,e 4 MaYoung Burns Eckersley Detroit Beard L.0-1 FWilliams Havens Beard pitched to 1 batter in the 6th, SDavis pitched to I batter in the 7th. HBP—McGwire by Beard. Umpires—Home, Morrison, First, Hen dry; Second, Welke; Third, Evans. T-2:40.A-21,792. MILWAUKEE KANSAS CITY abr h bi abrhbi Felder If 5120 Eisnrch cf 3000 Gantnr 2b 4 1 1 0 Seitzer 3b 3210 Molitor 3b 4 0 I 0 Brett lb 3432 Younl cl 4022 BJcksn dh 3 I 2 5 4111 Trtabll rf 4001 4000 Macfarln c4 0 1 1 4000 FWhite 2b 4010 3010 Pecota If 2000 4110 Wilson Cl 2110 Wellmn ss 4 1 1 0 36 4 9 3 Totals 32 9 10 9 010 030 000-4 301 001 40X-9 sukee 1. LOB—Milwaukee 6, Kansas City 3.2B—Macfarlane. 3B— Brett. HR-BJackson (22), Deer (23). S- Elsenrelch. IP Milwaukee August L,9 8 6 Fossas 13 Crim 2-3 Knudson 1 Kansas City Gubicza W,»7 8 Farr 6 4 1-3 0 1 23 0 1 0 5 7 1 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 5 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 0 1 3 0 2 1 1 1 3 H R ER BB SO 6 1 1 0 9 0 7 7 2 2 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 7 0 1 1 13 323 1 2 1 613 13 2 13 5 3 0 1 0 9 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 5 1 3 1 5 1 2 PITTSBURGH P o n a s If Li id ?b VanSlvk GWiKon Rrdu« 1 Kina Iti Ponilla Ortiz ,- RQunns Walk p Bair p Distlno M G a r c i ; Totals ab i j 1 1 i rl S ri 4 (1 lb 1 1 $•; t 1 0 Dh 1 r h 1 o : 0 0 0 0 0 P 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 C 1 1 0 0 0 C 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 ] 0 1 0 0 0 SAN DIEGO a W v n n r t f A 1* n o r c f 1 mpltn ^ TGwynn rf CM.irtnz II JaClark lb Nelson lb .lamps If RAIomr ?ti Santiago c Salazar 3b Hurst p b s 1 ,*, 3 1 1 1 S 4 5 5 3 r h b 1 ? 1 C 5 i ; i i i j .1 0 0 4 1 1 1 1 1 \ 2 0 1 , 0 1 1 0 1 7 0 s 1 3 1 [I \ p 0 0 0 0 7.B 4 S 3 Totals 43 17 12 17 Pittsburgh 000 040 Odd— 4 San Diego 000 15! ojx—17 E-Templdon Bonilla Bonds. JaClark. Jamrs DP- San Diego 3 LOB—Pittsburgh 1 San Dieao 10 IB - James. Santiago 3B - Redus HR- James (A). JaClark (10), CMartmez (41 SB-Lind (») TGwvnn (281 S—Orti:,Walk SF- RAIomar IP H R ER BB SO Pittsburgh Walk L.7U 4 97*31 Bair J 122)1 MGarcia 2 « S S 2 2 San Diego Hurst W,B 7 9 54336 Walk pitched to 5 baiters in the 5th Umpires—Home, West: First, Crawford Second, Williams; Third, McSherrv T-2 45 A-15.126 CHICAGO LOS ANGELS abrhbi abrhbi Walton cf 4000 Grilfin ss 512! Sndbrg 2b 4100 Rndlph 2b 3010 Varsho rl 4000 Gibson cl 4012 Grace lb 4010 Murray lb 3000 Berryhill c 4 0 1 1 Marshal rf 4 0 3 0 McClndn II 4 0 1 0 Stubbs It 4110 Law 3b 3000 Gonzalz ct 0000 Dunston ss 3 0 ) 0 Hamltn 3b 4 0 0 0 GMaddx p 2 0 0 0 Scioscia c 2 2 1 1 Wilkrsn ph 1 0 0 0 Hershisr p 1 0 0 0 Schiraldi p 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 1 4 I Totals 30 4 9 4 Chicago 100 000 000-1 Los Angeles 000 022 oOx-4 E—Hamilton, Griltin. LOB—Chicago 5, Los Angeles 11. 2B—Marshall, Grilfin 2, Stubbs, Gibson. SB—Gibson (12). S—Her shiser 2. IP H R ER BB SO Chicago GMaddux L,98 6 B 4 .< 4 I Schiraldi 2 10023 Los Angeles Hershiser W.1179 41005 HBP—Scioscia by GMaddux. PB—Ber ryhill. Umpires—Home, Bonin, Firsl, Harvey; Second, Pulli: Third, Davidson. T-2:24. A-37,543. St rantpn W>lkes flarre ,it Oklahoma Citv Syracuse ,11 Tttlcwatrr Thursday's Games Buffalo at Richmond Indianapolis at Iowa l.oii'Willo at Toledo Nashvillr at Denver Pawtucket at Omaha Rochester at Columbus Scrantpn Wilkps Barre at Oklahoma City Syracuse at Tidewater Arbitron TV Ratings By The Associated Press The highest rated sports programs, ac cording to Arbitron Ratings of 14 metered markets, for the period from July 10 16 with network, rating and share (the rating is a percentage of households with televi" sions and the share is the percentage of households with televisions in use) All Times Eastern 1 July 11, Major League Baseball All Star Game,NBC,8 30 !l:30p m,, 19.4.33 2 July ]3. Thursday Night Basebatf (New York vs Kansas City — 10 markets), ABC,8 I0:30p m.,7 1,12 3. July 15, Major League Baseball (New York vs Kansas City- 12 markets), NBC, 1 454p m.,4 7,16 4. July 16, Sports Sunday (Boxing), CBS, 4.30ip.m..4.0,10 5 July 15, Wide World of Sports, ABC, 4:306p.m .3.9,12. 6 July 15. Busch Golf Classic, NBC, 4 J0»pm ,3.2, 10 7. July 16, Busch Golf Classic, NBC, 4 7 p m ,3.1,8 B July 16, U.S Women's Open Golf, ABC, 3:306p.m.,2.7,7 9, July )5, Sports Saturday (Boxing), NBC,4:306p.m.,2,3,7. 10 July 15, U S Women's Open Golf. ABC,2:304-30p.m..2.2.7. STLOUIS abrhbi Coleman If 4 0 0 0 MThmp cf 4020 OSmith ss 4000 Guerrer Ib4 1 I I Pndltn 3b 4110 Brnnsky rf 3 1 0 0 Oquend 2b 2 0 2 1 TPena c 2000 McGee ph 1011 Dayley p 0000 Hill p 2000 Pagnozzi c 1 0 0 0 Totals 31 3 7 3 SAN FRAN abrhbi Butler cl 5000 RThmp 2b 4 0 1 0 WCIark lb 4 1 1 0 Mldndo rf Riles 3b DNixon If Mnwrng c Uribe ss DRobnsn p3 0 0 0 Lefferts p 0 0 0 0 Litton ph 1000 Bedrosn p 0 0 0 0 Totals 31 7 7 5 4110 2210 2211 3 1 2 4 3000 Umplrev— Home, Tata; First, DeMuth; . Second, Rlppley; Third, Hirschbeck. „ T-3:10.A-26,259. August pitched lo 2 batters In the 7th. PB—Maclarlane. Umpires—Home, Hirschbeck; Firsl, Kosc; Second, Barnett; Third, Ford. T-2:26.A-2B,35«. BOSTON TEXAS abrhbi abrhbi Boggs 3b 2100 Espy cl 4012 Reed 2b 2000 Incvglia cl I 0 0 0 Heep If 3000 Dghrly Oh 3010 Grenwl dh 4 0 1 1 Bosley ph 1010 Evans rf 4000 Plmero lb 4 2 1 0 Kutcher rl 0 0 0 0 Sierra rl 4110 Esasky lb 4000 Franco 2b 5223 Romine cl 4 0 1 0 RLeacn II 3121 Rivera ss 3000 Buechel 3b 3 I 2 I Cerone c 2000Kunkel ss 1100 Gedman c 0 0 0 0 Sundbrg c 3 0 0 1 Total) 21 1 2 1 Totals 32 111 e Boston Ml 000 000-1 Texas MO 500 30x-8 E—Rivera. DP—Boston 2. LOB—Boston 7, Texas 9. 2B—Franco, Espy. 3B- Fran co, Sierra. SB—Romine (1), Buechele (I). S—Heep, Kunkel. IP H R ER BB SO Boiton Clemens L,I07 613 B 8 8 7 t Smlthson 1233 0 0 I 0 Texas BWitt W.88 9 21168 Umpires—Home, Clark; First, Johnson, Second, Phillips; Third, Reed. T-J:55.A-30,275. Boxing Tuesday's Fights By The Associated Press LAS VEGAS (AP) — Louie Espinoza, 127, Phoenix, outpointed Alfred Rangel, 127, San Antonio, 10, junior lightweights; Todd Foster, 140, Great Falls, Mont., stop ped Chino Marcial, 140, Eugene, Ore., 3, junior welterweights. StLouis 000 010 200—3 San Francisco 400 000 03x—7 E—Pendleton, Dayley, Brunansky, Guerrero. DP—StLouis 1, San Francisco 1. LOB—StLouis 3, San Francisco 6. 2B— Pendleton, 3B—Manwaring. HR—Guerrero (7). S—Manwaring. SF—Oquendo. IP H R ER BB SO StLouis Hill L.5-6 6 64432 Dayley 2 13120 San Francisco DRobinson W.B661-3 63314 Lelferts 12310001 Bedrosn 1 00000 WP—Hill. Umpires—Home, Davis; First, Gregg; Second, Kibler; Third, Layne. T-2:35.A-18,1)2. American Legion baseball Kokomo Post 6 reserves At Lafayette, Tuesday Linescores First game Kokomo Ill 120 0-6 9 3 Lafayette 202 002 1-7 7 3 Winning pitcher — Rex Note; losing pitcher —Troy Beachy Leading hitters: Kokomo — Ted Crab tree 3 lb, Dax Denman 2-lb, Martin Norman 2 lb; Lafayette-Dunkle 2 lb,3b Second game Kokomo 001 000 2 — 3 3 4 Lafayette 000 034 x-7 5 1 Winning pitcher — Pruitt; losing pitcher -Rick Keller Leading hitters: Lafayette — Tyson lb, 2b Kokomo record: 98 Kokomo visits Loeb Stadium next Wed nesdav to play the Lafayette Colt All-Stars BASEBALL'S TOPTEN By The Associated Press Based on 270 at Bats AMERICAN LEAGUE G AB R H Pet. Puckett Min 92 367 44 125 .341 Franco Tex 91 341 51 113 .331 Lanslord Oak 84 298 43 98 .329 Sierra Tex 91 364 61 119 .327 Sax NY 90 371 52 121 .326 Steinbach Oak 78 280 21 90 .321 Baines Chi 87 301 47 95 .316 Boggs Bsn 85 332 54 105 .316 Moreland Del Bl 279 31 88 .315 PBradley Bit 82 315 53 98 .311 Home Runs Deer, Milwaukee, 23; BJackson, Kansas City, 22; McGrilf, Toronto, 22; Tettleton, Baltimore, 21; McGwire, Oakland, 19; Whitaker, Detroit, 19; Gaetti, Minnesota, 17; Barfield, New York, 16; Carter, Cleveland, 16. Runs Batted In Franco, Texas, 69; Sierra, Texas, 66; BJackson, Kansas City, 64; Leonard, Seattle, 62; McGwire, Oakland, 62; Carter, Cleveland, 61; Gaetti, Minnesota, 60, Greenwell, Boston, 60; Mattingly, New York, 60. Pitching (6 Decisions) Montgomery, Kansas City, 71, .875; Swindell, Cleveland, 12-2, .857; Gordon, Kansas City, 11-2, .846; Blyleven, California, 102, .833; Henneman, Detroit, 62, .750; Swiff, Seattle, 62, .750; Williamson, Baltimore, 6-2, .750; Ballard, Baltimore, 11-4, .733. BASEBALL'S TOPTEN By The Associated Press Based on 270 at Bats, NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB R H Pet. TGwynn SD 94 364 56 126 .346 Larkin Cin 62 315 45 107 .340 WCIark SF 93 341 62 115 .337 HJohnson NY 85 320 64 97 .303 Mitchell SF 90 320 62 95 .297 Butler SF 87 338 56 100 .296 Guerrero StL 90 314 33 93 .296 Oquendo StL 89 311 36 92 .296 MThmpsn StL 81 277 35 80 .289 Randolph LA 89 333 38 96 ,2GB Home Runs Mitchell, San Francisco, 32; HJonnson, New York, 25; Strawberry, New York, 19, GOavis, Houston, 18; EDavis, Cincinnati, 17, Galarraga, Montreal, 14; LSmith, Atlanta, 14; WCIark, San Francisco, 14. Runs Batted In Mitchell, San Francisco, 64; WCIark, San Francisco, 71; HJohnson, New York, 61; ONeill, Cincinnati, 60; Guerrero, SILouis, 59; EDavis, Cincinnati, 55; GDavis, Houston, 55; Galarraga, Montreal, 55. Pitching 16 Decisions) DeMartinez, Montreal, 10 1, .909; Bar «in, Houston, 92, .618; BSmith, Montreal, 13, .750; Reuschel, San Francisco, 124, 750; Scott, Houston, U 5, .737; Fernandez, New York, 83, .727; Garrelts, San Fran :isco, 7-3, .700; Deshales, Houston, 9-4, 692; Gooden, New York, 9 4, .692. Triple A Alliance Glance By The Associated Press American Association Eastern Division W L Pet. GB indpolls (Expos) 60 39 .606 Buffalo (Pirates) 55 43 .561 4Vi •Jashvllle (Reds) 52 49 .515 9 .ouisville (Cards) 50 51 .495 11 Western Division Denver (Brewers) 50 49 .505 — 3maha (Royals) 47 52 .475 3 Okla. City IRangrs) 43 58 .426 8 iowa (Cubs) 41 56 .414 9 Tennis Team Tennis At A Glance By The Associated Press W L Pel. GB New Jersey 4 0 1.000 Portland 4 1 .800 '<? Sacramento 2 1 .667 IVi Wellington 2 1 .667 l'/i Charlotte 1 2 .333 v/i LOS Angeles 1 3 .250 3 San Antonio 1 3 .250 3 Fresno 0 3 .000 3Vi Tuesday's Games New Jersey 25, Los Angeles 24 Portland 25, Fresno 22 Wednesday's Game New Jersey at Sacramento Thursday's Games Wellington at San Antonio Fresno at Los Angeles Bowling PBA El Paso Open Standings EL PASO, Texas (AP) - Standings Tuesday after the sixth round of the Pro fessional Bowlers Association's $130,000 El Paso Open with names, hometowns, match-play records, 42-game pintail totals and prize money for non-qualifiers (top five advance to stepladder i inals): 1, Del Ballard Jr., Richardson, Texas, 13-11, 9,939. 2, Tony Westlake, Edmond, Okla., 159, 9,661. 3, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Stockton, Calil., 1310-1, 9,827. 4, Ron Williams, Fort Worth, Texas, 14-10,9,803. 5, Dave Ferraro, Kingson, N.Y., 15-61, 9,769. 6, Sam Maccarone, Glassboro, N.J., 16 8, 9,767,54,000. 7, Mike Edwards, Tulsa, Okla., 15-9, 9,728, S3.600. 8, Corey Groth, La Verne, Calif, 14-10, 9,664. 9, Roger Bowker, Ocala, Fla., 15-9, 9,659, S3.000. 10, Randy Pedersen, Santa Maria, Calif., 11-13, 9,647. 11, David Whitehead, Las Vegas, 12-12, 9,596, $2,600 12, Brian Voss, Boca Raton, Fla.,11-13,9,563, $2,400. 13, Marshall Holman, Medlord, Ore., 11 13, 9,547, S2,200. 14, Bruce Carter, Las Vegas, 12-12, 9.541, J2,100. 15, Bryan Goebel, Merriam, Kan., 10-14, 9,502, $2,000. 16, Mats Karlsson, Sweden, 10-14, 9,479, $1,900. 17, Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, 12-12, 9,478, $1,600. 18, Curtis Odom, Winston-Salem, N.C., 12-11 1,9,473, $1,700. 19, George Branham III, Arleta, Calil., 1013-1, 9,461, $1,600. 20, Jim Pencak, Mayfield Heights, Ohio, 10 14, 9,413, $1,500. 21, Ron Palombi Jr., Erie, Pa., 8-16, 9,372, 51,400 22, Marc McDowell, Madison, Wis., 10 14, 9,325, $1,300. 23, Bob Benoit, Topeka, Kan., 9-15, 9,202, $1,260. 24, Steve Wunderlich, St. Louis, 616,9.-182, $1,220. Golf International League Eastern Division W L Pel. GB Syracuse (Blue Jys) 56 41 .577 Rochester (Orioles) 50 48 .510 6'/i kranlnWB (Phils) 39 56 .4)1 It =awtucket (Red Sx) 33 62 .347 22 Western Division Richmond (Braves) 54 41 .568 Columbus (Yankes) 53 43 .552 I'/j Tidewater (Mcts) 54 46 .540 2 l ,v Toledo (Tigers) 46 47 .495 7 Tuesday's Games Louisville 6, Buffalo 1 Toledo 7, Omaha 1 Pawtucket 2, Oklahoma City I Rochester 3, Scranlon Wilkes Barre 2 Richmond II, Syracuse 5 Columbus I, TidewaterO Indianapolis 6, Nashville2 Iowa 8, Denver 3,1st game Iowa 3, Denver 0,2nd game Wednesday's Games Buffalo at Richmond Indianapolis at Iowa Louisville at Toledo Nashville at Denver Pawlucket at Omaha Rochester at Columbus Howard County Women's Golf Association Tournament Champions 1974 —Joey Hanlon 1975—Joey Hanlon 1976—Joey Hanlon 1977-Joey Kubesch 1976—Joey Hanlon 1979— Linda Browning 1980 —Linda Browning 1981 — Linda Browning 19B2 — Teresa Pasquali 1983-Kathy Klein 1964-Hilly Baldridge 1985 —Chris Humphrey 1986 —Chris Humphrey 1987 —JoellynRineharl 1988-Kathy Klein 1989-Susan Klein Local golf results Tuesday Swingers At Chippendale A flight: Low gross (tie) — Cheryl Magers, Tanya Catrell 48; low net — Marietta Fawcett 40 B flight: Low gross — Amy Shrock 53; low net (tie) — Sharon Fenske, Mary Millard37 C flight: Low gross — Sheila Troyer 60; low net — Phyllis Puterbaugh (score not provided) Gimmick: MaxineMessner American Legion Legionettes Tuesday A flight: Low gross — Bev Wheeler 45; low net —Nancy Dishon33 B flight: Low gross — Shirley Stevens 45; low net — Edith Hudson 32 C flight: Low gross — Martha Smith 54; low net —Karen Caylor 35 Gimmick (most l-puttslltie): Nancy Dishon, B.J.Salmons4 1989 ATP Money Leaders By The Associated Press The 1989 Association of Tennis Professionals money leaders through July 16: 1. Boris Becker $862,526 2. Ivan Lendl $803,805 3. Stefan Edberg $640,402 4. John McEnroe $419,574 5. Michael Chang $376,992 6. Alberto Mancini $371,953 7. Miloslav Mccir $292,273 8. Jakob Hlasek $269,632 9. Carl-Uwe Stecb $239,237 10. Brad Gilbert $219,271 British Open Golf Pairings TROON, Scotland (AP) — Pairings and starting times (EOT) for the first two rounds Thursday and Friday in the 118th British Open Golf Championship on the Royal Troon Golf Club course la- amateur): Thursday-Friday 2:15 a.m.-6:45 a.m. — Charlie Boiling, Jell Hawkes, Steen Tinning. 2:25 a.m. 6:55 a.m. — Stephen Hamill, Nell Hansen, Philip Parkin. 2:35 a.m.-7:05 a.m. - Paul Affleck, Colin Gillies, Michael Harwood. 2:45 a.m.-7:15 a.m. — Stephen Bennett, Neil Briggs, Wayne Henry. 2:55 a.m.-7:25 a.m. - Barry Lane, Curtis Strange, Peter Senior. 3:05 a.m. 7:40 a.m. — Mark O'Meara, Lee Trevino, Paul Broadhurst. 3:20 a.m.-7:50 a.m. - Babe Hiskey, Ross McFarlane, Brett Ogle. 3:30 a.m. 8 a.m. — Denis Durnian, Gary Koch, Vicente Fernandez. 3:50 a.m. 6:10 a.m. — Philip Walton, Jeff Sluman, Vijay Singh. 3:50 a.m. 8:20 a.m. — Paul CarrlgiU, Peter Cowen, Philip Harrison. 4 a.m. 8:30 a.m. — Jack Nicklaus, Mark Mouland, Larry MUe. 4:10 am.-8:45 a.m. — Des Smyth, Johnny Miller, Rodger Davis. 4:25 a.m.-6:55 a.m. - Mark McCurnber, Ken Brown, David Frost. 4:35 a.m.-9:05 a.m. — Peter Jacobsedn, a Stephen Dodd, Arnold Palmer. 4:45 a.m.-9:15 a.m. — David Graham, Earmonn Darcy, Raymond Floyd. 4:55 a.m. 9:25 a.m. - a-Erick Meeks, Mark Roc, Mark Calcavecchia. 5:05 am. 9:35 a.m. - Jet Ozaki, Fred Couples, Nick Faldo. 5:15 a.m.-9:50 a.m. - Gary Player, Tony Jacklln,TomWelskopf. 5:30 a.m.TO a.m. - Luis Carbonetll, a- Gary Evans, Anders Sorens*n. 5:40 a.m.-10:10 a.m. - John Bland, a RussellClaydon, Michael Allen. 5:50 a.m. 10:20 a.m. — Tony Johnslone, Andy Bean, Gordon J. Brand. 6 a.m.-10:30 a.m. — Ken Green, Howard Clark, Jodie Mudd. On target Andrea Watson, 10, watches her weight fall near the target Tuesday night during casting practice in the sixth annual Jim "Moose" Garden Kokomo Kids Fishing Clinic. Casting practice was done in the parking lot at Kokomo High School, south campus, but classes and a lecture were conducted inside. There are 120 participants, ages 6-15, enrolled in the clinic. They received new Johnson rods and reels Monday night. The clinic continues Thursday, Tuesday and July 27. The highlight of the kids clinic is the annual graduation fishing tournament on the Kokomo Reservoir July 29. (Tribune photo by Dave Hess) 6:10 a.m.-10:40 a.m. — a-Andrew Hare, Martin Sludds, Bob E. Smith. 6:20 a.m.-10:50 a.m. — Daniel Lozano, Brian Marchbank, David Ray. 6:35 a.m.-)! a.m. — Emlyn Aubrey, Paul Mayo, Gordon Townhill. 6:45 a.m.-11:10 a.m. — Emmanuel Dussart, Mike Smith, Keith Waters. 6:55 a.m.-11:20 a.m. — a-Gary Milne, Peter Mitchell, Nobuo Serizawa. 7:05 a.m.-2:15 a.m. - Derrick Cooper, a-Robert Karlsson, David Llewellyn. 7:15 a.m.-2:25 a.m. - a-Ernie Els, Paul Hoad.Eduardo Romero. 7:25 a.m.-2:35 a.m. — Brian Barnes, Stephen Field, a-James Noon. 7:40 a.m.-2:45 a.m. — Tom Kite, Jose Rivero, Greg Norman. 7:50 a.m.-2:55 a.m. — David Feherty, Ian Woosnam, Steve Pate. 8 a.m.-3:05 a.m. — Chris Moody, Sandy Stephens, David Williams. 8:10 a.m.-3:15 a.m. — Davis Love III, Roger Chapman, Lanny Wadkins. 8:20 a.m.-3:30 a.m. — Mark James, MarkMcNulty, PaulAzinger. 8:30 a.m.-3:40 a.m. — Chip Beck, Gordon Brand Jr., Jay Haas. 6:45 a.m.-3:50 a.m. — Ian Baker-Finch, Payne Stewart, Sam Torrance. 8:55 a.m.-4 a.m. — Wayne Grady, Petr Baker, Brad Faxon. 9:05 a.m.-4:10 a.m. — Scott Simpson, Richard Boxall, Gene Sauers. 9:15 a.m.-4:25 a.m. — Ben Crenshaw, Sandy Lyle, Jumbo Ozaki. 9:25 a.m.-4:35 a.m. — Nick Price, Bernhard Langer, Don Pooley. 9:35 a.m.-4:45 a.m. — Mark Davis, Paul Kent,David Russell. 9:50 a.m.-4:55 a.m. — Joe Ozaki, Jose- Maria Olazabal, Tom Watson. 10 a.m.-5:05 a.m. — Steve Jones, Seve Ballesteros, Larry Nelson. 10:10 a.m.-5:15 a.m. — Michael Clayton, Wayne Riley, Johan Rystrom. 10:20 a.m.-5:30 a.m. — Bob Tway, Ronan Rafferty, Craig Stadler. 10:30 a.m.-5:40 a.m. — Christy O'Connor Jr., Mike Reid, Fuzzy Zoeller. 10:40 a.m.-5:50 a.m. — Tommy Armour 111, Larry Rinker, Jeffrey Woodland. 10:iO a.m.-6 a.m. — a-Jerome O'Shea, Jonathon Sewell, Wayne Stephens. 11 a.m.-6:10 a.m. — Paul Bales, Gavin Levenson, Peter Teravalnen. 11:10 a.m.-6:20 a.m. — Paul Carman, Gary Emerson, John Price. 11:20 a.m.-6:35 a.m. — John Garner, Martin Poxon, Andrew Stubbs. Kokomo Horseshoe Pitchers Association League standings and results as of July 17 American Division Team W L T Pt. King of Clubs 27 14 3 67 KwikStop 27 17 0 62 Charlie's 26 18 0 59 Dean'sDemons 26 17 1 59 B.J.'S 25 18 1 57 Ducky's 21 23 0 47 BunkerHill 20 23 1 46 Herrell's 19 25 0 43 No-Names 17 26 1 39 Flip-Flops 16 27 1 38 National Division Team W L T Pt. Hoosiers 32 11 1 74 Slingers 29 14 i 67 F&MBank 24 19 1 54 Killers 24 20 0 53 Has-Beens 22 22 0 50 Sanburn's 22 22 0 50 Flippers 18 25 1 39 3Amigos 17 27 0 37 ROZZi's 15 29 0 33 Chefs Car Wash 11 33 0 24 High team series with handicap Charlie's (Charles Halt, Ken Martin, Terry Kline, Bob James), 756 points Slingers (Jim Isaacs, Buck Bowman), 750 points High Individual series with handicap Four games: Jack Currens (Dean's Demons), 395 points; Jim Isaacs (Slingers}, 383 points Three games: Charles Haft (Charlie's), 292 points; Don Pine (Kwik Stop), 284 points Two games: Bob Dwigans (No-Names), 222 points; John Graham (Kwik Stop), 198 points High ringer percentage, one game (actual) Bob Dwigans (No-Names), 27 of 40, 67'/i percent; Jim Isaacs (Slingers), 24 of 40, 60 percent; Don Newell (Ducky's), 21 ol 40, 52Vj percent Team records: Red Dog 5-6, Engineering Conveyors Inc.6-5 Leading hitters: Engineering Conveyors Inc. —Warden 4-lb; Cook Mb, 2b, HR L.J.Free 050 110 0- 7 11 x IBEW 054 020 X—11 16 X WP — Greentree, LP—Springer Leading hitters: L.J. Free — Degraff 3- lb; IBEW Local 873-Price 2-lb;, 2b Stephens 223 000 0 — 7 11 x Reel's 202 002 2-8 20 X WP-Blair,LP-T.High Team records: Stephens Machine 6-4, Reel's Alignment 9-2 Leading hitlers: Stephens Machine — Walton 2 lb; Cossell 2-lb; E. Moss 2-lb; Denny 2b, lb; Reel's Alignment — Blair 2-lb,HR;Steviniss2-lb,2b At Northwest Park, Tuesday Women's slow pitch Herbs 005 111 0-8 28 x TripleNickle 000 100 3-4 15 x WP-M. vanSkvock, LP—Collins Leading hitlers: Herbs Apothecary — Baublit 2-lb; K. VanSkyock 4-lb; M. Van- Skyock 4-lb; Archuzeta 3-lb; M. Smith 3- lb; Greenwood 3-lb; Werner 3-lb; C. Snyder 2-lb, 2b; Triple Nlckle - Hendrix 3-lb; Ramsey 2-lb; West 2-lb Tony's 000 30— 3 6 x CHDD 263 32 — 16 22 X WP-Ligocki Leading hitters: Tony's — Tigrett 2-lb,Chapel lb, 2b; Smith 2-lb; CHDD — Bertrom 3-lb; Scott 3-lb; Ligocki lb, 2b; Atkins 4-lb; Burbank lb, 3b; Timmons 2- Ib,2b;8unce2-3b; Justus lb,2b At Northwest Park, Tuesday No league indicated Specialty 300 405-13 23 X House 500 113 — 10 4 x WP — Kellems, LP — Brubaker Leading hitters: Specialty Tool & Die — Poland 2-lb; S. West 3-lb, 2b; Lipinski 2- lb; G. Kellems 2-lb, 2b, 3b; L. Schwinn 3- lb; P. Kinnard 3-lb; House of Flowers - Jackson3-lb Softball Basketball Swimming Maconaquah Swim Club results Clayton Shaw Park Summer Invitational At St. Louis Men's open 400-meter freestyle — 5. Jay Click, 4:31.08 Women's open 100 backstroke - 5. Patti Koehler, time not provided 200 backstroke — 8. Koehler, time not provided 200 breast stroke — 1. Julie Bastaich, 2:46.59 100 breast stroke -1. Baslaich, 1:18.04 Horseshoes Horseshoe results Kokomo Special At Highland Park, Saturday-Sunday Top three finishers (Won-lost record, ringer percentage) Saturday Class A 1. Clarence Bellman, Bremen, 70, 75.74 percent 2. Terl Powell, Illinois, 6-1,82.79 3. Don Newell, Kokomo, 52,59.46 ClassD 1. Ed Dunlap, Greentown, 6-1, 41.38 percent 2. Jeff Bowyer, Logansport, 5-2,40,91 3. Gerald Cummlngs, Sheridan, 5-2,38.92 Class F 1. Lisa Healon, Martinsville, 7-0, 46.97 percent 2. Jack Alexander, Kokomo, 52,25,85 3. Bob Molt, Indianapolis, 4-3,28.05 ClauG 1. Ron Klser, Kokomo, 6-1,33,57 percent 2.0.D. Shelley, Kokomo, 5-2,30.57 3. Ted Eads, Kokomo, 52,29.87 Sunday ClassB 1. Bob Sheppard, Rushville, 70, 57.04 percent 2. Eric Klngman, West Lafayette, 5-2, 53.02 3. Gerald Kindig, LaPorte, 41,51.28 ClassC 1. Bob Dwigans, Kokomo, 70, 53.9 percent 2. Earl Richardson, Lafayette, 52,42.5 3. Cliff Marsh, Shelbyville,5-2,41.12 ClassE 1. Charles Mead, Salem, 52, 36,76 percent 2. Jerry Montlcue, Kokomo, 5-2,29.7 3. Jim Griffith, Kokomo, 4-3,33.3 Class F 1. Jack Currens, Kokomo, 7-0, 37.68 percent 2. Jottn Bolen, Kokomo, 6-1,30.17 3. Virgil Jackson, Warsaw, 5-2,29.5 CliilH 1. Jell Brown, Anderson, 7-0,14.86 2. Bob Miles, Kokomo, 6-1,21.3 3. Dick Selgler, Michigan, 43,22.64 Class I 1. Joe Haynes, Michigan City, 70, 14.86 percent 2. Gary Webb, Summltvllle, 61,17 3. Rick Smilh, Michigan, 43,12.5 KPRDsoftball results At Foster Park, Tuesday Men's fast pitch Subway ................... 000 310 0 — 4 10 3 FAS ........................ 200 000 0-2 9 2 WP - Bob Kitchel (1-0) LP - Tom Duex (2-21 Team records: Kokomo Subway 13-0, First Affiliated Securities 10-6 Leading hitters: Kokomo Subway — Brent Blinn 3b, lb; Greg Johnson 2-lb; Dewayne Butler 2-lb; Mike McDonald 3b; First Affiliated Securities — Gary Gauger HR,-DaveFox21b Wholesale ..................... 010 00-1 57 Merchants .................... 112 41-9 11 1 WP - Guy Taylor (5-2), LP — Dennis LefflerO-5) Team records: Kokomo Merchants 9-4, Wholesale Electric 511 Leading hitters: Kokomo Merchants — Nick Taylor lb, 2b; Mike Parker 2-lb; Gary Gauger HR; John Gerlach 2-lb; Wholesale Electric - Mike McAllister lb, 2b At Northwest Park, Tuesday Men's slow pitch Captain's ...................... 374 42 — 20 x x MoorMan's ................... 201 10— 7 x x WP- J. Hamldin, LP — R. Bastin Leading hitters: Captain's Cove — D. Lydy 2b, 3b, lb; D. Stout lb, 2b; J. Avery 2-lb, 2b; I. Conley 2-lb, 2-2b; MoorMan's Feed- Fink 2b,lb Noble ....................... 000 260 0-8 x x Hoosler .................... 101 101 2-6 x x WP - Lawless, LP — D. Meyers Leading hitters: Noble Roman's — Simmons HR, lb; Lawless 2-lb; D. Bunn 2 lb; Hoosler Bar- G. Narhis2-lb Main Event ........... 2 310 060-12 x x Kok.Chry.-Ply ...... 11 112 12x — 16 x x WP - Moeller, LP — C. Hewitt Leading hitters: Main Event — K. Dunlap 2-lb; R. Hllllgoss 2-lb; R. Grilfin 2-lb; Kokomo Chrysler-Plymouth — O'Neal 3b, HR, lb; Braden lb, 2b; Moeller 2-lb BigAAuto ................... Oil 200- 4 x x Vega Const ................. 304 22x — 16 x x WP- D. Luckey, LP - Russell Leading hitters: Big A Auto — Twigg 1 lb; Carter lb, 2b; Thomas 2-lb; Vega Con structlon — J. Parsons 2-lb; D. Luckey lb, 2b; S.Morris2Tb; B.Whaley2-lb KPRD basketball results Girls league, Sunday Knicks37,Celtics32 Bucks 54,Sixers 39 Bulls-Bullets 42, Pistons-Pacers 30 Leading scorers: Gretchen Newhouse, Knicks, 20; Arlarcte Norrls, Celtics, 20; Wendy Aldrldge, Bucks, 24; Brenda Tanner, Sixers, 20 Junior Division, Tuesday Sunset, Warriors 65 Sonics 70, Clippers 59 Lakers 85, Mavericks 53 Leading scorers: R. Jackson 25, D. Nickels 23, S. Morland 23, K. Ware 26, B. Wiedenhoelt 21, J. Miller 20, B. Lang 20, W. Calhoun 18, G. Salsberry 16, L. Fletcher 15, J.Harrell21,L.McNeall6 Sports Events Frankfort Class D tournament FRANKFORT, Ind. — Entry fee Is MO per team for a men's Class D slow pitch Softball tournament scheduled at the Frankfort TPA Park Aug. 5-6. Entry deadline Is July 28. Rosters will be used and only Class D Amateur Softball Association players will be allowed to participate. For more Information, telephone Dan Williams at 654 5540 or Kevin Byrd at 654-5581,659-1068 or 659-5437. Moves Red Dee ECI W* WO- " ' * 205 401-12 15 x Tuesday's Sports Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League CALIFORNIA ANGELS-Actlvafed Claudell Washington, outfielder, from the 15-day disabled list. Sent Max Venable, outfielder, to Edmonton of the Pacific Coast League. National LMtue LOS ANGELES DODGERS-Traded Tim Leary, pitcher, and Mariano Duncan, shortstop, to the Cincinnati Reds for Kal Daniels, outfielder, and Lenny Harris, In fielder. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS-Actlvated Willie McGee, outfielder, from the 15-day disabled list. Placed Jim Lindeman, outfielder, on the 15-day disabled list. FOOTBALL National Football League BUFFALO BILLS-Signed Robb Riddick, running back; Walter Broughton, wide receiver, and Brian Jordan, defensive back. DALLAS COWBOYS—Signed Willie Boughton and Tony Simmons, defensive linemen. Claimed Shaun Burdick, punter, off waivers from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. DENVER BRONCOS-Signed Tyrone Braxton, cornerback, to a series of one- year contracts. Signed Darrell Hamilton, offensive tackle. GREEN BAY PACKERS-Signed Cedric Stallworth, defensive back. Waived Brent Moore, linebacker. HOUSTON OILERS-Signed Alvoid Mays, cornerback; and Mike Akiu, Pat Fitzgerald and Bobby Bankston, wide receivers. Released Bernard McCollough, cornerback; Tollie Royal, linebacker, and Terry White, safety. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS-Signed Jack Phillips, safety, and Rob McGovern, linebacker, to two-year contracts. Released Scott Tabor, punter. MIAMI DOLPHINS—Agreed to terms with Greg Ross, defensive end; Dana Batiste, linebacker, and Bert Weidner, nose tackle. NEW YORK JETS-Signed Willie Snead, wide receiver, and Nuu Faaola, running back. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES-Signed Walter Abercrombie, running back, and Mike Gollc, defensive tackle, to two-year contracts. Signed Dwayne Jiles, linebacker, to a one-year contract. Canadian Football League OTTAWA ROUGH RIDERS-ActiVated Darrell Booker, linebacker; Arnold Campbell, defensive tackle, and Tony Williams, cornerback, from the practice roster. SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS- Activated Tuineau Alipate, linebacker, and John Hoffman, defensive back, from the practice roster. TORONTO ARGONAUTS-Activated Bobby McAllister, quarterback, from the practice roster. HOCKEY National Hockey League HARTFORD WHALERS—Signed Chris Goverdaris, left wing, and Corey Beaulleu, del enseman, to multlyear contracts. ST. LOUIS BLUES-Signed Rik Wilson, defenseman. American Hockey League ADIRONDACK RED WINGS-Named Bill Dineen general manager and Barry Melrose head coach. SOCCER Major Indoor Soccer League SAN DIEGO SOCKERS—Signed Kevin Crow, defender, to a one-year contract. COLLEGE PACIFIC-lOCONFERENCE-Placedlhe Arizona men's swimming team on probation for one year without sanctions for NCAA rules violations. ARMY-Named Jack Effner interim wrestling coach and Bob Horodyski and Tim O'Toole assistant basketball coaches, COLGATE—Named Bill Dudley quarterback and wide receiver coach. GEORGIA TECH-Named Sheila Collins women's assistant basketball coach. HOFSTRA-Named Richard Martin baseball coach. KEAN-Named Glenn Hedden athletic director and Drew Gibbs head football coach. MONTANA STATE-Announced the resignation of Curt Jones, assistant football coach. NAVY—Named Tom Harp director of sports promotions and marketing. OHIO STATE-Named Leslie Fertig men's assistant basketball coach. PITTSBURGH-Announced that Danny Griffin, basketball forward, has been declared academically Ineligible for this season. ROCHESTER TECH-Named Eric Hoffberg head hockey coach. SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA-Announced it will suspend its men's basketball program for one year. WESTERN CAROLINA-Announced the resignation of Don Dalton, assistant football coach. WOFFORD—Named Mike Young men's assistant basketball coach. Sports history July II, 1954 Larry Yoder, Jim Hlmmelwrlght, Duane Vvyatt and Don Schmidt were In the running for the championship of the first Kokomo Junior Tennis Tournament Meanwhile, Bill Abbott was runnerup in the Frankfort Open Singles Tennis Cham plonihlp. TV, radio sports listing

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