The Miami News from Miami, Florida on September 22, 1975 · 22
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4C THE MIAMI NEWS Monday, September 22, 197S Combined Miami Newt f ervlcet LlGONIER. Pa. Jack Nicklaus-lost yesterday. Twice. To a pipe, smoker from England. While the United States cornp. leted a three-day rout of the British-Irish PGA team to win the 21st ' Ryder Cup Matches, 21-11, Nicklaus was embarrassed. Brian (The Jack , Killer) Barnes defeated Nicklaus not once, but twice, in successive 18-hole encounters at match play., Yesterday morning Barnes, "playing less badly" than Nicklaus, beat Nicklaus 4 up and 2 to play. In the afternoon he was two down after two holes but he rallied to beat Nicklaus again, 2 and 1. And while mastering Nicklaus, Barnes constantly smoked his pipe,' keeping it in his mouth while hitting all shots . except drives and long irons. . The star of the American side was Tom Weiskopf, a winner or co-winner in each of the four matches 1 he played. - Altogether, ;' the United . States won seven foursomes and lost one; won four four-ball matches, ; lost one and tied three; won seven sin gles matches, lost six and halved three. Where matches were tied each side received half a point; there were no play-offs. As the commercial says, you only go 'round once in life so you grab all the gusto you can. Well, it appears Jack Egers and Stan Gilbertson, both of the Washington Capitals hockey team, might have grabbed a little too much gusto. Both players were in danger of being traded yesterday, even though they had been allowed to rejoin practice sessions with the Caps by coach Milt Schmidt. SPORTS ROUNDUP The : reinstatement came after Egers and Gilbertson apologized for forcing their way into Schmidt's room' Wednesday night and engaging in a' shouting match . at the club's motel headquarters in London, Ont. , . , After meeting with each player", Schmidt agreed to permit them to practice, but he did not withdraw the possibility of suspension. ; The whole thing started, believe it or not, over a can of beer.r Or cans, as the case may be, "We're not alcoholics as people might expect from what is being reported," Egers said. "A few of the guys bought beer aud picked my room to keep It in. We'd get ice and cool the beer in a tub or sink while we were at. practice. Five or six guys would stop in after practice for a drink or two before we went out to dinner. , ' "What we wanted to do was to relax and to have our beer in the room rather than go off to a bar and have people see us drinking." Perhaps that would have been li better idea. When Schmidt made one of his -nightly bed checks, he discovered several of the players guzzling their favorite brew,' Alt Schmidt said to them was, "Okay, I got you." . According to Egers, he and Gilbertson lost their tempers and went , down to the coach's room where th?y forced open the door, and began a shouting match. Julius Boros, responding to warm weather, captured the Florida PGA golf tournament at Tarpon Springs yesterday with a three-stroke victo-, ry over South Florida rival Butch Baird. "I'm playing as well as I ever did ' except when my back stiffens up on : , cold days," said Boros, who led all four days of the tournament and finished with a two-under-par total of 286. "That takes about 10-yards ., off my drives, but it doesn't really ' make too much difference." Finishing behind Boros and Baird were David Glenz of Miami, who had a 291 total,, and Billy Maxwell of Jacksonville with a 293. . Susan's Girl, the richest mare in North America, will probably race once more before she is mated to Secretariat sometime next year. Owner Fred Hooper would not specify, however, in which race he will enter the 6-year-old mare, who increased her career ' earnings to $1,186,700 with a victory Saturday in Belmont's Beldame Stakes. JoAnn Washam shot a closing round 69 in the final round of the Portland Classic to edge her former roommate Sandra Haynie by one stroke, Washam's 54-hole total of 215 earned her $5,700. Haynie, at 216, collected $4,170. - , t Birger . Andersson, a 24-year-old rookie on the Swedish Davis Cup team, is nowhere to be found on the list of the world's 100 ranking tennis players. But he has been the spark that has lifted Sweden to its first Cup final ever. Andersson has won a key match in each of Sweden's five victories, the last being a 6-3, 14-12, 6-1 victory over Chile's Patricio Cornejo' that clinched the best-of-five Series yesterday. ' r Sweden will now play the winner of the other semifinal match between Australia, and Czechoslovakia, which begins Friday in Prague. AMERICAN LEAGUE BOXES t NFL 1 Boston Baltimore New York Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit Oakland Kansas City Texas Minnesota Chicago California East W L 92 63 88 66 80 75 75 77 64 92 57 98 West 94 61 87 68 77 80 72 80 71 83 71 85 Indians 3 Yankees 2 FIRST GAMS NEW YORK .CLEVELAND ab r h bl ab r h bi Bonos rr 4111 KUiper 2D 5 0 11 Alomar ?s 4 0 B 0 BBell 3b RWhit If 4 0 10 Manning ct Munson dh 3 0 10 Carty dh GNettles 3b 4 0 0 0 Spikes If Hamnenu r- - A 1 9 A LlinriL -at 41U 6oi inamous id 4 u I u lis lb Pet .594 .571 .516 .493 15i2 GB 3 12 .368 35 .606 . . . .561 7 .490 18 .474 20j .461 23 'j New York AX 991Z. Cleveland Bladt cf WWilamt cf FStanley ss Pimell ph Brnkmn st Velez ph Gura p Lvl p- Total 2 0 10 Ashbv e 2 0 0 0 Duffy ss 2 0 10 Waits p 1 0 0 0 LaRoclw I 0 0 0 0 10 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 110 4 12 1 4 0 4 1 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 10 3 10 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35 2 10 2 Total 34 3 11 3 000 000 011 2 002 100 OOx Q Loco! Schedule ) TODAY THOROUGHBRED RACING at Calder, 1:15 p.m. GREYHOUND RACING, at Biscayne, 8 p.m. TOMORROW BOXING Middleweights Vinnie Curtp and John Pin-ney, 10 rounds, at Miami Beach Convention Center, 8:30 p.m. GREYHOUND RACING at Biscayne, 1 and 8 p.m. C Radio Sports ") PRO FOOTBALL Oakland Raiders vs. Miami Dol phins, WIOD (610), 8:50 p.m. C College Footboll ) NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eastern Division SATURDAY'S GAMES New York 4, Cleveland 1 Detroit 5, Boston 1 Baltimore 5, Milwaukee 4 Oakland 16, Kansas City 4 Texas 5, Chicago 3 Minnesota 3, California 2 YESTERDAY'S GAMES Cleveland 3-5, New York 2-11 Boston 6. Detroit 5 Baltimore 3, Milwaukee 0 Texas 8, Chicago 2 Kansas City 2, Oakland 1 California 5. Minnesota 2 TODAY'S GAMES Milwaukee (Augustine 1-0) at Cleveland (Bibby 7-15). (n) Boston (Wis 11-11) at New York (Gui-dry 0-0), (n) Texas (Perzanowski 2-3) at Kansas City (Fitzmorris 15-11), (n) Chicago (Kaat 20-13) at California (Ta-nana 164). (n) Minnesota (Beam 1-1) . at Oakland (Holtzman 17-13), (n) Only games scheduled. - TOMORROW'S GAMES Detroit at Baltimore, (n) Milwuakee at Cleveland, (n) Boston at Mew York, (n) Texas at Kansas City, (n) Minnesota at Oakland, (n) Chicago at California,, (n) E Bladt. DP New York 1, LOB New York 7. Cleveland 10. SB Munson, Chambhss, Lis, Dempsey. 3B Carty. HR Bonds (29). Gura (L.4-8) Lyle Walts (W.4-3) LaRoche Save LaRoche 2:12. Yankees 11 IP H 31-3 7 4 2-3 4 7 2-3 I I 1-3 2 R ER BBSO 3 3 2 2 0 0 1 1 I 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE BOXES (17). WP Lyle. 1 5 1 5 0 0 T- East W L 89 66 Indians 5 SECOND GAME NEW YORK CLEVELAND ab r h bl . ab r h bi Pittsburgh Philadelphia 83 72 GB 6 Bonds dh 5 2 2 2 Lownstin rf Alomar 2b 3 3 3 2 Kuiper 2b RWhite If 5 13 4 TSmith ph Munson c 5 0 2 1 Manning cf Chamblis lb 5 1 1 0 Powell lb GNeltles 3b 4 0 10 Carty dh Whitfield rf 5 12 1 Gamble If Mason ss 4 10 0 BBeil 3b Bladt cf 5 2 2 1 Ashby c Medich p 0 0 0 0 Corona c Crosby ss Eckrsley p J Brown p Beene p Reynolds p Strcklnd p Total 41 11 1611 Total 38 5 14 5 St. Louis New York Chicago Montreal 79 76 79 77 73 84 70 85 West 4 113 4 12 0 10 0 0 5 0 4 0 4 112 ? x-Cincinnati 103 53 4020 los Angeies a 1 1 1110 S. Francisco oooo0 San Diego oooo Atlanta S o o 8 Houston 0 0 0 0 x-clinched division title Pet .574 .535 .510 10 .506 lO'j .465 17 .452 19 77 79 68 87 66 91 62 93 .660 . . . .545 18 .494 26 .439 34i2 .420 371, .400 4OV2 Chicago Expos 5 Cubs 4 CHICAGO MONTREAL ' ab r h bl ab r h bl Kesslnoer 3b 3 0 3 1 Biittner rf 2 0 0 0 Monday cf 4 0 2 O Foil ss PRusci p 0 0 0 0 Dwyer If JeMrales rf - 4 0 0 0 Jorgensn lb Cardenal If 4 110 Parrish 3b Thnrntn. lh S 1 ? 0 CurtltF C Trlllo 2b 4 2 4 2 JWhite cf . 4 2 3 1 Swisher c 3 0 10 Mackamn 2b 3 1 11 Hiser cf 1 0 0 0 Blair p 10 0 0 Rosello st 2 0 10 Scanlon ph Summers ph 1 0 0 0 Murray p Sperring 3b 0 0 0 0 Lyttle ph V U V V 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 v 10 00 WL T Pet PF PA Dallas 10 0 18 7 N. Y. Giants 1 0 0 23 14 Washington 1 0 0 21 3 St Louis ,1 0 0 23 20 Philadelphia 0 10 14 23 Central Division Detroit' 1 0 0 0 16 Minnesota 1 0 0 27 17 Chicago 0 1 0 7 35 Green Bay 0 10 16 30 Western Division Atlanta .0 1 0 20 23 Los Angeles 0 10 7 18 New Orleans 0 1 0 3 41 S. Francisco 0 10 1 27 4 0 0 0 4 12 1 4 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 4 110 1000 10 0 0 1000 10 11 AMERICAN CONFERENCE Eastern Division Baltimore Buffalo Miami New England N.Y.Jets LaCock ph Mittrwaid c SStone p Madlock ph Dunn 3b Harris 3b Total 36 4 15 4 Total 33 S 10 s' One out when winning run scored. 000 100 012 4 110 000 201 I 35 42 0 0 14 7 37 24 17 Montreal New York Cleveland 102 302 120 It 100 120 001 5 Red Sox 6 BOSTON Tigers 5 DETROIT brhbl ab r h Cooper dh 4 0 0 1 LeFlore cf 5 2; Doyle 2b 4 1 2 t Sutherlnd 2b 5 0 Ystrmskf lb 4iig ogilvie it i . - i ; Lynn ct Rice If Evans rf Fisk c Carba rf McCarvr If 4 0 0 1 Horton dh 110 0 Freehan e. 1 0 0 0 ARodrgez 3b 4 alio nneyer io DP-Cleveland 2. LOB -New York 7, Cleve and a. 2B-R.White 2, Manning 2, B.Bell, Whitfield, Bladt, G.Netties, Cros' ';...U"UA'. "i0-.. Alomar (21, ftWhite 02). .Powell (25), Lowenstein I fi, oonus UU). so Alomar, sf. ell, Lowenstein. IP 9 H 14 3J-3S 2 0 10 0 Veryzer ss 0 10 0 LRoberts rf Petrocelll 3b 3 0 1 2 GBrown ph Beniquez pr 0 10 0 Moiinaro rf Heise 3b 0 0 0 0 Ruhle p Burleson ss 3 0 2 0 Glynn p Moret p 0 0 0 0 Pentz p Orago p 0 0 0 0 Grill! p Medich (W, 15-16) Eckersley (L.13-6) J.Brown 2-3 Beene 1 4 Reynolds ' 35 Strikland 1 0 WP-Medich, Reynolds 2. 21,149. -Pew- R, ER BB SO 5 5 1 1 2 2 3 3 0 0 T-2:43. Total 28 6 7 6 Total Boston Detroit 020 000 112 ( 100 000 310 5 R ER BBSO 2. 2 2 2 Royals 2 OAKLAND E-Sutherland.- DP-Oetrolt 2. LOB-Boston 7, Detroit 9. 2B Doyle LeFlore, Ogilvie. Veryzer. S Ogilvie, Meyer, Burleson. SF Petroeelii. Lvnn. IP H Moret 6 . 7 Drago (W.2-2) 3 5 Ruhle 1 1-3 3 Glynn 5 2-3 3 Pentt (LO-4) 1 1-3 1 Grilll 2-3 0 HBP-by Ruhle (Rice). WP Glynn. T-2:46. A-9,059. A'sl KANSAS CITY ab r h bl ab r h bl Cmpners ss 4 0 10 Otis cf 4 0 10 Hopkins pr 0 10 0 Pinson If 4 110 TeMartnz ss 0 0 0 0 GBrett 3b 4 0 11 Washngtn cf 4 0 1 0 Mayberry dh 3 0 0 0 Bando 3b 3 0 11 Solaita lb 3 0 0 0 MAlxndr pr 0 0 0 0 Cewens rf Pitts 3b 0 0 0 0 Stinson c RJackson rf 4 0 0 0 Patek ss Tenace lb . 4 0 2 0 FWhite 2b BWillams dh 4 0 1 0 Leonard p Harper pr oooo pattin p 4 0 0 0 3 0 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 1 o o a 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Orioles 3 Brewers 0 MILWAUKEE BALTIMORE ab r h b! ab r h bi Sheldon 2b 4 0 0 0 Bumbry dh 3 0 10 4 v v v Diair ct 4 0 0 0 Singleton rf 3 o o o LMay 1b 3 0 1 0 Muser lb 3 0 0 0 Baylor If 2 0 0 0 Harlow If mil Grich 2b SATURDAY'S GAMES Montreal 3. Chicago 1 New York 9, Philadelphia 7, 11 Innings St. Louis 8, Pittsburgh 2 San Francisco 4, San Diego 2 Cincinnati , Atlanta 2 Los Angeles S, Houston 4, 13 Innings YESTERDAY'S GAMES Pittsburgh 5. St. Louis Philadelphia 4, New York I Cincinnati 3, Atlanta 0 Montreal S, Chicago 4 Houston 4, Los Angeles 1 San Francisco 2, San Diego. 1 TODAY'S GAMES E Trlllo, Foil. DP Montreal 1. LOB Chicago 14, Montreal 6.. 2B Carter, Mackanin; 38 Kessinger 2. HR J.White (2), Trlllo (7). S Trillo, Mackanin. SF If Accinner. AAitterwald. ir- n S 5tone PRusci (L.1-3) Blair Murray (W.1J-8) T.-2:28. A 20.70. 7 1 1-3 5 R ER BBSO 4 3 2 4 Reds 3 CINCINNATI . , ab rhbl Rose 3b Rttmund If Cncpcion ss Griffey rf Driessen lb Crowley If Flyrm lb Braves 0 ATLANTA abrhb 3 110 Baker cf 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Gilbreath 3b 4 0 0 0 4 0 10 DMay If 4 0 10 4 2 12 EWillams lb 4 0 0 0 4 0 11 Gaston rf 2 0 0 0 2 0 10 M Perez 2b 2 0 0 0 10 10 Correl c 4 0 0 0 Blanks ss Yount ss GScott dh Darwin rf Porter c Hegan lb CMoore If sharp cf 8evaco.ua 3b 2 0 0 0 Hendrcks c Aaron ph Lino 30 Broberg p 4 0 10 4 9 0 0 3 12 0 0 10 0 3 0 10 0 0 0 0 4 111 3 0 2 2 c i lAArRinthMt 15.19 and Reed 12-12) at Montreal (Warthen 8-6 and Ren- mbrstr cf kQ 6-12). 2. (t-n) : Gprnnimn ct 0 0 0 0 Office Dh Philadelphia (Underwood 14-12) at Pitts- Cnanev 2b 4 0 0 0 Belloir ss burgh (Kison 11-11), (n) Plummer c 3 0 0 0 PNiekro p Cincinnati (BHIingharn 15-9) at Houston Wentr c o 0 0 0 Lum ph (Niekro 5-4), (n) Gullett p 3 0 0 0 Torrealba p Los Angeles (Messersmith 18-14) at San Eastwick p 0 0 0 0 Diego (MCimosn b-i. 1117 3 0 0 0 2 0 10 1000 0 0 0 0 2 04) 0 10 0 0 0000 1 0 0 0 BRobinsn 3b 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Belanger ss 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MTorrez p 0 0 0 0 3 Total 1 0 28 0 2 0 Total Milwaukee Baltimore 000000000 0 010 100 Olx 3 Cnly games scheduled. TOMORROW'S GAMES New York at Chicago San Francisco at Atlanta, (n) Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, (n) St. Louis at Montreal, n) Cincinnati at Houston, (n) Los Angeles at San Diego, (n) Total 33 3 6 3 Total 29 0 t t Cincinnati Atlanta 200 001 000 1 000 000 000 LOB Cincinnati 4, Atlanta 4. 2B Rose, Driessen. HR Griffey (4). SB Grirtev. Rudl If Garner 2b North ph Haney c Holt ph Fosse c . Tovar ph Bosman p Lindblad p Siebert p 3 110 2 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DP Milwaukee 1, Baltimore 1. LOB Milwaukee 3, Baltimore 8. 2B Grich. IP H R ER BB SO Broberg (L.13-161 a 1 1 7 j mi. iuir IW,IV-BJ y 2 0 0 nor oy orooerg (Baylor) Rangers 8 White Sox 2 TEXAS CHICAGO ab r h bl ab r h bl Randle cf 5 0 10 PKelly rf 3 0 0 0 Nelson 2b 4 111 Dent ss 4 0 0 0 Hargrove lb 4 2 3 1 Orta 2b 4 0 0 0 Buroughs rf 4 2 2 1 DeJohnsn dh 4 1 2 0 Harrah ss 4 112 Lemon 3b 3 0 10 jiii liairsron If 4 112 Squires lb 4 0 0 0 Coluccio cf 4 0 0 0 Downing c 0 0 0 0 Varney c wood p Giants 2 Padres 1 Gullett (W.13-5) Eastwick P Niekro (L.15.14) Torrealba T-1.-5I. A 6.858. R ER BBSO 0 0 2 3 t Central Division Houston 10 0 Pittsburgh 1 0 0 Cincinnati 1 0 0 Cleveland 0 10 Western Division Denver 1 0 0 37 J Oakland 0 0 0 0 Kansas City 0 1 0 33 i San Diego 0 10. 02 YESTERDAY'S GAMES Buffalo 42, New York Jets 34 Cincinnati 24, Cleveland 17 Houston 7, New England 0 New York Giants 23. Philadelpnl 14 Washington 41, New. Orleans 3 v. Baltimore 35, Chicago 7 Detroit 30, Green Bay 16 . . Minnesota 27, San Francisco 17 K . St. Louis 21, Atlanta 20 , ,- , " t Dallas 18, Los Angeles 7 Denver 37, Kansas City 33 'Pittsburgh 37, San Diego 0 , TODAY'S GAMS Oakland at Miami, 9 p.m. SUNDAY'S GAMES ' Detroit at Atlanta, 1 p.m. Minnesota at Cleveland. 1 p.m. Miami at New England, 1 p.m. New York Giants at Washington, 1 p.m. Oakland at Baltimore, 2 p.m. Philadelphia at Chicago, 2 p.m. St. Louis at Dallas. 2 p.m. San Diego at Houston 2 p.m. New(York Jets at Kansas City, 9 ft.m. Cincinnati at New Orleans, 2 p.m. - " Buffalo at Pittsburgh, 4 p.m. Los Angeles at San Francisco, 4 p.m. NEXT MONDAY'S GAME Green Bay It Denver, 9 p.m. i (fc WFL Grieve If Fregosi dh Howell 3b Sundberg c GPerry p SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO t ? "SrtJbb cf 4 0 0 0 Thomasn cf 4 0 0 0 11:5. cent., jh 4 0 0 0 DThomas 2b 3 0 1 1 Locklear If 4 0 2 0 Murcer rf 4 0 10 Hahn pr 0 0 0 0 Matthews If 3 0 10 McCovey lb 4 0 10 Montanez lb 4 0 2 0 Tolan rf 3 0 0 0 Soeier ss 2 10 0 DaRobrts 3b 3 0 1 0 BMiller 3b 4 0 2 1 BDavis c' 2 110 Sadek c 4 0 10 Turner ph 1 0 0 0 Mntefsco p 3 110 0 0 0 0 . 10 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0O0 1 fl 0 0 0 0 0 0 Osborn p Hinton p Upshaw p Total 33 1 7 1 Total 29 2 4 1 Stinson awarded first on catcher's interference. 36 10 I Total 4 111 4 0 10 3 0 10 10 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 2 6 1 HTorres ss EHndez ss Kubiak ph Kendall c Strom p Winfiehd ph Frisella p Total Phillies 4 PHILADELPHIA ab r h bl Cash 2b Bowa ss Schmidt 3b Luzinskl If RAIIen lb Hutton lb JMartin cf VAndrsn rf Boone c Ruthven p McGraw p Mets2 NEW YORK ab r fi bl 4 0 0 0 Unser cf 3 0 0 0 3 110 Millan 2b 10 10 3 0 0 0 Harrelson ss 2 0 0 0 4 110 Vail If 4 0 10 4 12 2 Staub rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kingman 3b 4 0 0 0 4 110 Krnepool lb 3 110 3 0 12 Hodges c 4 13 2 3 0 0 0 Phillips ss 3 0 10 3 0 10 Heidemn ph 10 0 0 1 0 0 0 Matiack p 2 0 0 0 Grote ph 10 0 0 Lockwood p 0 0 0 0 Torre ph 10 0 0 EASTERN DIVISION Memphis Birmingham Charlotte Jacksonville Philadelphia w 6 6 4 4 2 WESTERN DIVISION San Antonio 6 3 0 S. California 4 4 0 Hawaii 3 4 0 Shreveporf 3 5 0 Portland 2 6 0 x-Chicago 14 0 x Team disbanded. Pts OP 186 109 171 130 137 1?H 141 148 122 175 245 140 232 250 148 181 159 179 126 169 67 125 30 1 5 1 Total 31 2 9 2 32 4 7 4 Total SATURDAY'S GAMES Jacksonville 16, Philadelphia 10 33 2 7 2 Shreveport 38, Southern California 29 San Diego SaflFrancisco 001 000 000 1 001 100 OOx 2 Philadelphia ' New York OOO 301 000 4 000 000 002 2 Texas Chicago 000 122 030 8 000 oog 002 2 Oakland Kansas City 000 000 010 1 000 011 OOx 2 E-F.White, Fosse, Pitts. DP-Oakland 2, Kansas City 1. LOB Oakland 8, Kan-sas City 5. 2B Tenace, G.Brett. 3B Pin-son. SB HoDkins. Haroar. IP tl 51-3 6 2-3 0 I, 0 8 2-3 7 1-3 0 R ER BB SO 2 2 0 2 0 0 10 0 0 0 1 1114 0 1 1 Leonard Twins 2 Bosman (L.10-6) Lindblad Siebert Leonard (W.14-7) Pattln Save-Pattin (4). .HBP-by (Bando). T-2:34. A 21,023. Angels 5 MINNESOTA CALIFORNIA ab r n bi ab r n b 5 12 0 Remy 2b 3 110 5 0 0 1 Rivers cf 4 0 10 4 0 11 Bochte lb 2 2 11 4 0 10 AGarrett dh 3 12 0 3 0 0 0 Dade dh 10 0 0 1 0 0 0 Stanton rf 4 14 3 id 1 Dtsr oas it 4 0 2 0 Chalk 3b 2 0 10 Alliefta c 1 0 0 0 Miley ss 0 0 0 0 Figueroa p 2 10 0 Brewer p 1 v v u E Lemon, Hargrove. DP Chicago 2. LOB Texas 5, Chicago 7. 2B Hargrove, Harrah, Dejortnson. HR Burroughs (29), Fregosi (7), Nelson (2), Hargrove (11). IP H R ER BB so 9 6 2 2 3 7 5 4 5 5 3 3 2 1-3 4 3 3 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 Z-3 0 E Strom. DP San Diego 1, SanFran-cisco 1. LOB San Diego 3, SanFrancisco 11. 2B-7-Monlanez, B.Miller. 3B B.Davis. S3 Thomasson, D.Thomas, Locklear, DaRoberts. SF E.Hernandz. G.Perry (W.17-17) Wood (L.15-20) Osborn Hinton Upshaw Balk-Wood. T-2:26. A-4,174. Strom (L.8-7) Frisella Mntefsco (W.U-9) HBP by Strom A 15.441. IP 7 1 9 H R ER BB SO (D.Thomas). 5 2 0 1' 0 7 -2:15. E-Ruthven 2. DP Philadelphia 7. LOB Philadelphia 5, New York 7. 28 R.Allen 2. M.Anderson, Vail. HR Hodges ( 2 ) . SB Schmidt, Phillips. SF M.Anderson. IP 6 3 7 2 (14) Ruthven (W.2-2) McGraw Matiack (L.16-12) Lorkwood save fvicGraw H R ER BB SO 4 0 0 2 5 3 2 2 0 4 7 4 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 HBP by Ruthven YESTERDAY'S GAMES Birmingham 22, Charlotte 16 San Antonio 30, Hawaii II Memphis 16, Portland 3 SATURDAY, SEPT. 27 Birmingham at Jacksonville, 7:30 p.m. Southern California at Charlotte, 8 p.m. SUNDAY SEPT. 28 Hawaii at Shreveporf, 3 p.m. mempnis at san Antonio, a p.m. (Millan). by Matiack (Schmidt). T 2:25. A 52,144. Pirates 5 Cardinals 3 ( Major Leaders ) . Bostock cf Braun if Carew 1b Oliva dh Briggs rf Brye rf McKay 3b Thompsn ss Root c DFord ph Borgman c LGomez 2b Kusick ph Terrell 2b Goltz p Butler p. Based on 425 at Bats. 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Carew Min Lynn Bsn Munson NY G. Brett KC Washington Oak Rice Bsn McRae KC Orta Chi Braun Min Chambliss NY AMERICAN LEAGUE G AB R 138 519 141 513 152 , 578 153 12 143 570 144 126 136 131 564 480 527 444 145 544 88 100 81 83 83 92 58 64 67 64 Pet .362 .329 .322 .312 .309 .309 .306 .306 .304 .303 Madlock Chi 'Simmons StL Sanguiilen Pgh Watson Htn Morgan Cin Garvey L$A Joshua SF Rose Cin Cardenal Chi Brock StL NATIONAL LEAGUE 6 AB R 126 150 130 132 140 154 126 156 150 131 496 554 470 485 480 634 496 640 558 510 Pet .363 '.334 .330 .324 .319 .3)7 .317 .314 .314 .312 ST LOUIS PITTSBURGH ab r h bl ab r h bl Brock If 4 110 Stenneft 2b 4 10 0 McBride cf 3 0 10 Hebner 30 WDavis rf 4 0 0 1 AOIiver cf TSimmns c 4 0 0 0 Stargell lb RSmlth lb 4. 1 2 0 DParker rf Wallace p 0 0 0 0 Zisk If Airman a -4) 0 O 0 Sanauilln C Curtis P 0 0 0 0 Taveras ss Reitz 3b 2 10 1 4 0 11 3 0 0 0 3 04 1 2 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 2 0 10 Vulcans 22, First downs i Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Hornets 15 Hornets Vulcans 15 34-134 223 97 12-25-0 6-7-40 1-1 1-90 47-256 126 73 9-25-1 6-47 1-1 S-67 falurday'i College Football Result East Albright 14, Lycoming Col 0 Alfred 14, Brockport State 0 Allegheny 26, Case Western 0 American Int'l 13, West' Chester 9 Army 54, Lehigh 32 Bloomsburg 9, Lock Haven I Boston College 27, Temple 9 Boston St. 14, Mass. Maritime 10 Bridgewat, Mast 17, West Conn St 4 Canisius Col 41, Duquesne Univ 0 Cheyney State 26, Seton Hall 4 Clarion Cllege 17 Wilkes College 7 Coast Guard 26, Rensselaer 22 Colgate 16, Citadel 0 C. W. Post 18, Ashland 3 Dickinson Col 7, Moravian Col 7 -E Stroudsburg 14, Montclair 3 Franklin & Mar 24, Hamilton Col 7 Glassboro State 21, Salisbury St 14 Grove City 21. Delaware Val 6 Hobart College 55, Rochester Tech 37 Indiana U. Pa. 10, Cortland State 0 Ithaca 33, Albany St, NY 0 Juniata College 9, Denison Uniy 7 Lafayette 7, Kings Point 3 Mansfield St 21, Oswego St, N.Y. 0 Massachusetts 10, Maine 0 Middlebury 28. Colby College 20 Muhlenberg 41, West Maryland Navy 55, Connecticut 7 New Hampshire 21, Boston Unlv 20 New Haven Col 13, Curry College 7 . NY Tech 10, Kaen 0 Niagara Unlv 16, Scr anion Unlv 0 Northeastern 21, Rhode Island 16 Plattsburg St 7, Norwich Univ 6 Rutgers 47, Bucknell 3 St Lawrence 23. Bates College 0 Shlppehsburg 21, Kutztown 0 Slippery Rock 15, Muskingum Col 13 Springfield 16, Central Conn SI I Syracuse 10, Iowa 7 Thiel College 30, Carnegie-Mellon 14 Trenton State 33, Wm Paterson 6 Upsala College 20, Swarthmora 14 Villanova 14. Toledo 10 Wagner 14, Gettysburg Col 1 Washlngtn 8, Jef 19, Geneva College 1 Wesleyan 21, Southern Conn 14 Westminster, Pa 28, Susquehanna 0 Widener College 28, Lebanon Valley 7 Sogth. Alabama 56,'Clemson O Alcorn A&M 33, Delaware State 7 Appalachian St 19, Wake Forest 17 Bowie State 37. Frostburg Slate 0 Carson-Newman 13, Austin Peay 0 Centre College 28, Maryville acol 21 Chattanooga 10, East Kentucky 10 East Carolina 20, William 1 Mary 0 East Michigan 37, NE Louisiana St 24 Elizabeth City 15, Petersburg st 14 Fairmont 34, West Va Wesley 0 Florida A&M 54, Albany St, Go 7 Florida State 17, Utah State Georgia 28, Mississippi st 6 Georgia Tech 38, Miami, Fla 23 Guilford acol 32, Emory 8, Henry 14 Hampden-Sydney 17, sewanee Hamoton Inat 13, Shaw Kansas 14, Kentucky 10 Kentucky State 16, Towson State 7 . Livingston State 14, North Alabama 7 Livingstone Col 21. Federal City 8 Madison College 21, Washlngtn ft Leg li Maryland 34, North Carolina 7 Mississippi Val 50, Ark Pine Bluff 14 newberry Col 15, Gardner-Webb 0 Nicholis St 30, Framingham 5 Nichols College 18, Jacksonville i Norfolk State 9, Fayettevllle 7 No Carolina Can 27, Winston Salem 10 No Carolina St 8, Florida 7 Richmond 77, Furman Univ 21 St Paul's Col 21, Bridgewater. Va 0 Salem College 34. Bluetield State 0 Sheoherd Col 16, Randolph-Macon 14 South Carolina 24, Ouke 16 South Caro St 7, No Carolina A8.T 0 Tenn U. Martin 23, SE Louisiana 7 Texas A&M 39, Louisiana State I Tulane 14, Mississippi 3 Virginia 22, Virginia Military 21 Virginia Union 17, J.C. Smith 1 ' Weynesburg 0, West Liberty 0 West Kentucky 24, Illinois St Unly 14 Woftord 8, Lenoir Rhyne 7 YoungstowK 15, Tennessee Tech 0 " Midwest V- Albion 40, Manchester 8 Alma College 14, Hiram College 7 Anderson 20, Findlay College 18 Augustana, III. 21, Millikin Unlv 20 Bowling Green 16, South Mississippi 14 Carthage Col 24, Elmhurst Col 13 Central Col Iowa 21, Ferris State 17 Cincinnati 13, Memphis State 3 . Cornell College 14, Belolt College 1 Dakota St Col 57, Black Hills St 20 Dayton 31, Akron 9 , Defiance Col 7, Adrian 3 4 , DePauw Univ 32. Ohio Weslevan 14 Dickinson State 22, Chadron State 7 Drake Univ 31. Louisville 7 Dubuoue 14, Eureka College 14 Earlham Col 7, Principia Col 3 Evansville 36, Franklin Col 16 Friends Univ 41, Kansas Wesley 32 Gracerand Col 33, Monmouth Col 22 Grinnell Col 41, Lake Forest 20 Hamline Univ 3, Concord, Moorhd 2 Hanover Col 21, Bluffton 7 Hillsdale Col 37, Olivet Colleqe 11 Indiana Central 9, Wabash 8 Indiana State 23, Southern Illinois 21 Iowa State 17, Air Force 12 Jamestown 35, Rocky Mountain 14 John Carroll 21, Bethany, Kans. 14 Kalamazoo Col 10, North Central i Kansas Sf Univ 32, Wichita State 0 Kent State 17, Virginia Tech 11 Marietta Col 28, Capital Uniy 14 Michigan 19, Stanford 19 Michigan State 14, Miami, Ohio 13 Milton College 35, Lakeland Col 3 . Minnesota 38, West Michigan 0 Minn Duluth 28, Gustav Adolphus ( Minot State 7, Mayville State 6 Missouri 30, Illinois 20 . " Missouri Valley 27, ConcordlaT, Neb. 0 Mount Union 28, Woosler 7 Nebraska 45, Indiana 0 North Dakota 36, Augustana, S.D. 34 No Dakota St 13, Montana Stat t Northern Iowa 35, Mankato Stat 4 North Michigan 17, Cent Michigan 1 Northern St, S.D. 21, Moorhead Slate 14 NW Missouri St 28, William Jewel 0 Northwestern 10, Northern Illinois 3 NW Col, Iowa 38, Buena Vista 21 Notre Dame 17, Purdue 0 Ohio 10, Ball State 0 Ohio Northern 17, Heidelberg Col 7 Ohio Stat 17, Penn Slate 9 Oklahoma 46, Pittsburgh 10 Oklahoma State 20, Arkansas 13 Otterbein Col 24, Kenyon College 0 Rochester 21, Washington, Mo. 7 St Jonn's. Minn. 14, St Olaf Colleg 14 St Norbert 27, Wis. Stevens Pt 24 Sioux Falls 15, Huron College 10 So Dakota Tech 12. Dakota Wesley i SW Missouri 21, Kans State, Pitt t Southwest, Kans. 9, Ottawa U. Kant. 7 Taylo lmWi!.6C!rtgln 014 on Valley City 31, N O. Science 0 Valparaiso 35, Luther College I Warlburg 10. Coe College 7 Wayne St, Neb 16, Midland 6 Wayn St, Mich 42, SI Joseph's, Ind. li Winona Stat 56, SW Minnesota 0 Wisconsin 48, South Dakota 7 Wis. Eau Claire 21, Wis. Oshkosh 14 Wis. Lacrosse 27, Wis. Plattevilla 1 Wis. Whitewater 28, Stout Stat Southwest Arizona state 33, Texas Christian 10 Auburn 10, Baylor 10 Henderson St 37, Central St, Okla 0 Jackson Sfate 49, Prairie View 13 McMwry Col 17, Panhandle Stat 8 Mississippi Col 47, Ark MontlceiW O New Mexico St 17, Lamar 10 SW Texas State 24, Sam Houston St 0 Stephen P Austin 17, NW Louisiana St 13 Texas Tech 24, New Mexico 17 Vanderbilt 9, Rice 4 Par west Calif Lutheran 27, San Francisco St 21 Colorado 27, Wyoming 10 Colorado College 9, Yankton 7 ' Colo State Univ 31, Brigham Young .17 Ft Lewis Col 39, West Vontana 14 Idaho 32, Northern Arizona 12 LaVerne Col 34, St Mary's, Cal. 32 Linfietd Col 6, Oregon College 6 Nevada. Reno 36, Willamette 14 Northern Colo 21, Western St Colo 10 Portland State 37, Central Wash St 3 Southern Cal 24, Oregon State 7 Southern Oregon 24, Lewis V Clark 14 Texas 27, Washington 10 UCLA 34, Tennessee 28 washinoton St 30, Utah 14 West Virginia 28, California 10 Western Illinois 19, Weber Stale 10 Westminst, Utah 27. Carroll, Mont. 7 C Tennis LOS ANGELES W!mbledrv Champion Arthur Ashe came back from a slow aan iu veal nuun lanncr d-Qr i-3t-o9 and ' win the men's Singles title of the $100,000 Pacific Southwest Open Tennis . Tournament. ' ATLANTA Chris Evert captured the first prize of 815,000 In the Little Mo Tennis Classic with a 2-6, 6-2, 6-0 triumph over Martina Navratilova. ( Auto Rocing J NORTH WILKESBORO, N.C. Richard Petty, driving e Dodge, sprinted across the finish line 2.4 seconds ahead of Cale Varborough to win the 15th annual Wilkes 400 auto stock car race. TRENTON, N.J. Gordon-' Johncock won the Indianapolis car race and Sal To-vella captured the USAC late model sportsman, portion of the Trenton Times Double 200 at Trenton Speedway. -. - v C Horse Rocing Q NEW YORK - Susans' Girl, 13.40, the favorite, nipped Tinza by a neck at the wire to win the Si 13,300 Beldam Stakes at Belmont Park Saturday. American History, $5.80, came from behind to win Sunday's $44,375 Count Fleet Handicap by seven lengths over Ramahorn, CHICAGO intreoid Herat S6.M, captured the $134,000 Secretariat Stakes by three-quarters of a length over Gab Bag at Arlington Park. SAN MATEO, Calif. Triqgalro, $14.40, cam from tar back to edge favored Bhia Key by a nose and win the $70,000 San Joaquin Handicap at Bay Meadows. PHILADELPHIA - Critical Miss, $22.40. outlasted Jet, Set Jennifer to score an upset victory by three-quarters In the $28,925 Schuylkill Stakes at Keystone. OCEANPORT, N.J. - Michael's Bullet. $34, rallied com'ng out of the turn and went on to win the $25,000 King Neptune Stakes at Monmouth Park by three-quarters of a length over Whatsyourpleasure. BOWIE. Md. Talc, 6.60, won the $28,-250 Chesapeake Handicap at Bowl Race Course In a photo-finish with Con Man. MIAMI Embaiador, 7.80, hung on to beat Upper Current by a nose In three-horse photo-finish and win the $22,800 Beau Gar Stakes at Calder Race Course. , SALEM, N.H. Grand Gamble, $15.80, led all the way in posting a two-length victory over Can Slam In Saturday's $15.-000 Rochinghorse , Juvenile Stakes at Rockingham Park.' Broadway Lullaby, $10.ao, rallied in the stretch to take Sunday's $15,000 Barbara Ann Handicap by Vfi lengths over The Mrs. Charlotte Birmingham 8(8 0-16 1 (15-22 4 0 11 Kirkotrck oh 0 0 0 0 Sizemore 2b 3 l 1 g RoDertsn pn ,u y u v Tvson ss Fairly ph RForsch p KHrndz lb total 3 0 2 1 Dilone or .1 0 0 0 Tekulv p '0 I 0 0 O000 3 0 0 0 Reuss p 2 0 0 0 0 0 00 Randolph pn 1111 BIRM Evans 9 pass from Reed (pass faiied) CHAR Hlghsmith 2 run (Parson pass from Sherman) CHAR Hlghsmith 2 run (Sherman run) BIRM Rudder 1 run (pass tailed) BIRM Reed 32 run (Profit run) A 18,500 L v j. TOM JICHA'S DOG SELECTIONS 33 3 8 3 Total , 26 5 5 4 Wings 30 Hawailans 11 Total 37 2 8 2 Total 31 5 10 5 Minnesota California 001 010 000 012 01010X S . E Goltz, Rivers 2, Bochte. LOB Minnesota 10. California 6. 2B McKay. Bov lock. SB A.Garrett, Stanton. S u. Briggs. Goltz (L14-14) 6 Butler 2 Figueroa (W, 16-12) 6 Brewer 3 i Save Brewer (5). T 2:32. A-8,401. R ER BB SO i 5 3 4 0 0 0 0 2 12 3 0 0 0 4 WP Goltz, Brewer. I ( Auto Racing ) : WILKES 400 At X. Wilkesboro, N.C "1. Richard Petty, Dodge, 400, $7,960. 2. Cal Yarborough, Chevrolet, 400, $3,960. 3. Darrell Waltrlp, Chevrolet, 396, $3,350. 4. Buddy Baker, Ford, 394, $3,025. 5. Lennie Pond, Chevrolet, 394, $1,075. .4. Benny Parsons, Chevrolet, 392, $,075. : 7. J. D. McDuffie. Chevrolet, 392, $925. . Richard Childress, Chevrolet, 389, $875. 9. Jim Andiver, Dodge. 388, $825. 10. Bruce Hill, Chevrolet, 3B6, $800. 11. Richard Brooks, Ford, 385, $700. 12. Coo Coo Marlin, Chevrolet, 384, $675. 13. James Hylton, Chevrolet, 378, $650. 14. Elmo Langiey, Ford, 376, $600. 15. Dean Dalton, Ford, 374, $575. 16. Cecil Gordon, Chevrolet, 373, $650. 17. Ed Egre, Dodge, 370, S525. 18. Buddy Arrington, Plymouth, 367, $525. 1. David Si sco. Chevrolet, 367, $500. 20. Carl Adams, Ford, 361, $450. Avtrago speed: 88.956 m.p.h. RUNS Lynn, Bsn, 100; Mayberry, KC, 93; Rice, Bsn, 92; Ystrzemski, Bsn, 90; Bonds, NY, 90. RUNS BATTED IN Mayberry, KC, 103; Lynn, Bsn, 302; Rice, Bsn, 102; Munson, N Y, 98; R. Jackson, Oak, 98. HITS G. Brett, KC, 191; Carew, Min, 188; Munson, NY, 186; Washington, Oak, 176; Singleton, Bal, 174; Rice, Bsn, 174. DOUBLES Lynn, Bsn, 45; McRae, KC, 38; Mayberry, KC, 38; R. Jackson, Oak, 38; Singleton, Bal, 36. TRIPLES Rivera, Cal, 13; G. Brett, KC, 12; Orta, Chi; 10 Cowans, KC, 8; Lynn, Bsn, 7; P. Keliy, Chi, 7; Randle, Tex, 7. ' '.. HOME RUNS -i Mayberry, KC, 33; R. Jackson, Oak, 32; G. Scott, Mil, 31; Bonds, NY, 30; Burroughs, Tex, 29. STOLEN BASES Rivers, Cal, 67; Washington, Oak, 40; Otis, KC, 39; Remy, Cal, 34; Carew, Min, 34. PITCHING (15 Decisions) Moret, Bsn, 14-3, .824, 3.54 M. Torrez, Bal, 20-8, .714, 3.06 Eckersley, Cle, 3-6, .684, 2.50 Tanana, Cell, 16-8, .667, 2.62 Peterson, Cle, 147, .667, 3.86 Leonard, KC, 14-7, .667, 3.65 Palmer. Bal, 21-11, .656, 2.18 B. Lee, Bsn, 17-9, .654, 3.87. STRIKEOUTS Tanana, Cal, 251; G. Perry, Tex, 223; Blyleven, Min, 218; Ryan, Cal, 186; Palmer, Bal, 185. 107; 100; Phi, , 105; , 201; 185; RUNS - Cash, PhJ, 107; Rose, Cin, Lopes, LA, 104; Morgan, Cin, senmidt, Phi, 92. RUNS BATTED IN Luzinskl, 119; Bench, Cin, 107; T. Perez, Cin. aiauo, nt, iui; viontanez, 91. HITS Cash, Phi, 201; Rose, Cin, Garvey, LA, 201; T. Simmons, StL, Millan, NY, 182: DOUBLES Rose, Cin, 46; Bench, Cin, 39; A. Oliver, Pgh, 38; Cash, Phi, 37; Garvey, LA, 37. TRIPLES - Garr, Atl, 11; Kessinger, Chi, 10; D. Parker, Pgh, 10; Gross, Htn, 10; Joshua, SF, 10. HOME RUNS - Schmidt, Phi, 38; Kingman, NY, 35; Luzinski, Phi, 34; Bench, cin, 27; D. Parker, Pgh, 24; Cey, LA, 24. STOLEN BASES Lopes, LA, 76; Morgan, Cin, 63; Brock, StL, 55; Cedeno, Htn, 48; Cardenal, Chi, 33. PITCHING (15 Decision) Hrabosky, StL, 12-3, .800, 1.78 Gullett, Cin, 14-4, .778, 2.50 Norman, Cin, 11-4, .733, 3.61 Seaver, NY, 21-9, .700, 2.37 Darcy, Cin, 11-5, .688, 3.69 Chrlstenson, Phi, 10-5, .667, 3.88 Hoo-ton, LA, 17-9, 454, 3.11 Murray, Mon, 148, 436, 4.27. STRIKEOUTS. Seaver, N.Y., 230; Montefusco, SF, 210; Messersmith, LA, 206; Carlton, Phi, 177; Sutton, LA, 175. St. Louis Pittsburgh 020 000 010 i 000 000 14X $ E Garman. DP St. Louis S, Pittsburgh 1. LOB St. Louis 5. Pittsburgh 2. 2B Reitz, Sizemore. SB Brock. $- Mcbriae. sf neoner. IP 7 0 0 1 8 1 (3) Hawaii San Antonio 11 8-11 15 t 8 7-30 R.Forscn Wallace Garman (L.3-8) Curtis Reuss (W.17-11) Tekulve Save Tekulve Balk RForsch. A 35,648. Astros 4 R ER BBSO 2 2 3 4 SA Morris 56 oast from Walton (run failed) SA James 1 run (James run) HAW Stingert 48 Interception return (Heath run) HAW FG Coppedge 34 SA James 1 run (James run) SA Richardson 45 pass from Walton (run loueu. A 10,871 MEMPHIS PORTLAND c Golf WP R.Forscn. PB Sanguiilen. T 2:11. Dodgers 1 LOS ANGELES . . HOUSTOM ab r h bl ab r h bl Royster ss 4 12 0 Gardner If 4 110 Lacy 2b 4 0 0 0 RAndrws st 4 0 2 0 WCrwfrd rf 4 0 10 Cedeno cf 3 0 0 1 Garvey lb 4 0 10 CJohnson lb 4 0 1 0 Cey 3b 4 0 10 JCruz rf 4 110 Hale cf 4 0 10 MMav e 2 110 Yeager c 4 0 0 0 Cabell 3b 3 12 1 Dejesut ss 2 0 0 0 Milbrne 2b 3 0 10 Wall p 0 0 0 0 Richard p 3 0 12 Lee if 2 0 2 0 Rhoden p 0 0 0 0 Auerbach sa 1 0 0 0 ' Cruz ph 1 0 0 0 V Lewallyn p OOOO Manuel ph 1 0 0 0 - First downs 18 15 Rushes-yards 35-172 35-128 passing yards 159 159 Return yards 37 16 Passes 14-26-0 ,17-29-3 ' Punts 5-42 3-41 Fumbles-lost 6-1 3-3 penalties-yards . . 9-60- 5-33 Memphis 0 13 8 314 Portland 1 8 0 0 1 " TONIGHTS BISCAYNE SELECTIONS 1 Ama Swift, San San, R.R. Max Whiz. ' 2 Villa Class, Blue Rebel, Billy's Echo. 3 Swanee's Blu One, Demetrius, Big John Blaze. 4 Do Rite Little, Sharon Rae, Ghetto Mama. 5 r-Extra Ounce, Ella Gardner, Tracy De Mo. ; 6 Serious Streak, Paint It Black, Miss Apply, 7 Andreoletti, Miss Dumb Luck, Grandpa, 8 Villa Lou, Jolly Kidder, Swannee's Conquest, 9 VILLA VENICE, Sunny's Egen, M.V. Shute. 10 rVilIa Dot, Flashy Beau, Villa Mamie. 1 1 R.R. Pinup Girl, Duke Mo, Villa Court. 12 Permitted, B.J; Future, R.R. Challenger. Best Quiniela -2-8 (12th) BISCAYNE ENTRIES Total 35 1 8 0 Total 30 4 10 4 Port GF Warner 40 Memp FG Townsend 41 Memp FG Townsend 26 Memp Kiick 1 run (run failed) Mem FG Townsend 30 , A 14,818. INDIVIDUAL LEAOERS RUSHING Memphis. Whin) 7-56, Spencer 9-47; Portland, Ferguson 15-65, RECEIVING Memphis. Warfleld 5.70. Wallace 4-48, Kiick 4-30; Portland, Fergu son a-ao. LlGONIER, Pa. - Tom Weiskopf easily beat Guy Hunt 5 and 3 for the clinching point as the United States went on to whip the British-Irish team 21-11 and win the Ryder Cup golf match. PORTLAND, Ore. JoAnn Washam took the $40,000 Portland Classic Ladies Professional golf tournament, shooting a final-round 69 to nip Sandra Haynie by a, slroke. -, WORTHING, England - Dal Haves of South Africa carded a final round 68, for a 72-hole total of 266, and won the PGA Under-25 Golf Championship by three strokes over Pip Elson of England. SHIZUOKA, Japan Purmese pro Mya Aye won the $84,000 Shizuoka Open Gulf Tournament by two strokes with a final round three-under-par 69. TOYOTA, Japan Marilyn Smith of New Zealand shot a closing one-over-par, 75 for a 54-hole total of 221 and a three, stroke victory in women's pro golf tour-nament. Los Angeies ' Houston 100 000 000 1 110 200 OOX 4 PASSING Memohit. Portland, Horn 17-29-3.. Whit 16-26-0; E Rhoden. DP Los Angeles 3. LOB Los Angeies I, Houston 4. 2B Garvey, Lee 2. SB Royster, J.Cruz, Cabell. SF Cedeno. IP H Rhoden (L.3-3) . 31-J f Wall 2 2-3 2 Lewallyn , , 2 . 0 Richard (W,12-9 .8 WP-Rlchard. T 1:58. A-8,909. R ER BB SO 4 3 18 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 i I 1 ( Hockey j BLOOMINGTON, Minn. Murray Oliver, a veteran of 17 seasons in the National Hockey League, and a member of the Minnesota North Start tine 1969, announced hit retirement. FIRST, $-16, Grade D 1 Outlook , San San 2 Ama Swift . Famous Father 1 Villa Lucy 7 Villa Gabby 4 RR Max Whiz I Serious Cheat SECOND, 5-16, Grade c 1 Billy's Echo 5 Dr. Bob t PJ's True Dream Villa Loretta 3 KC's Gem , 7 Villa Class 4 Blue Rebel I Villa Good THIRD, 5-16, Grade M t Swanee's Blu One5 Skyllner 1 Sassy Last 6 Hoo Said 3 Demetrius 7 Bellamy Jo 4, 4 KC's Chalo $ Big John claz FOURTH, 5-16, Grade M 1 Dr. Astro 5 Wonderful t Sharon Ra - . 6 Ghetto Mama 3 How Fast ' 1 7 Smaragd 4 Do Rile Little 8 Salty Bill FIFTH, BC, Grad D 1 Ella Gardner i Crystal Carmine 1 Skeetit - 6 Andi Arnold 3 Equus : . - - 7 Silky Sullivan - 4 Tracy De Mo 8 Extra Ounce ; ' SIXTH, BC, Grad D 1 Jackpot Joll ' 5 Takeoff Jack 2 Boola 4 Babackl 3 Serious Streak , ' 7 Paint It Black 4 Mist APPly t Galvanic SEVENTH, BC, Grade D , 1 Our Folly .5 Beta Low 2 Mortzl , 1. 1 Sleepy Baby 1 Grandpa 7 KC's Casper 4 Miss Dumb Luck 8 Andreoletti EIGHTH, 5-16, Grade C 1 RR Merrigold 5 Villa LOU 2 Villa Niki , . $ Columnist 3 Jolly Kidder , . 7 Bonnie Rose 4 Villa Dennis.' 8 Swanee's Conquest NINTH, 5-16, Grade 8 ' 1 Johnny Jay . 5 Rita Last ' ' 2 MV Shute ; ' at- 6 villa vnieo 3 RR Gold Cross , 7 Sunny's Agen 4 Ana 8 John I son TENTH, 1-16, Grade A 1 Big Looker 4 Villa Gary 2 Swanee's Shy On 6 Al Sunday 4 Villa Mamie . ' 8 Flashy Beau . ELEVENTH, t-16. Grade B 1 Zal's It r j Villa Wonder I Firebrand ' . 6 Mountcasti King t RR Pinup Girl v' 7 Villa Court , , 4 Duke Mo I MV Gem TWELFTH, BC, Grade C BJ Future , 5 Snooky Tool, Permitted . 6 Villa Girl t Serious Star 7 MV Swallow 4 MV Alice I RR Challenger

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