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CHURCH TOURNEY ACTION - Pete Ford of First Baptist of Milton Belts one while St. Andrews Assembly catcher wins on Harris watches in a church sottball tournament at Oakland Terrace Park. Church Softball Tourney Moves To Its Final Day Defending champion St. Mary's Catholic of Pensacola was playing Hickory Hammock Baptist of Milton, and Huffman Baptist, Birmingham, was playing Myrtle Grove Baptist, Pensacola, in winners' Bracket semifinals late Saturday night in the Southeastern church slow pitch Softball tournament at Oakland Terrace park. The winners are slated to clash at 1 p.m. today, leading to the 4 p.m. finals.. Hickory Hammock moved into the winners' bracket semifinals with a 9-6 win over Panama City's St. Andrew Baptist, St. Mary's downed Lakeview Baptist of Tallahassee, 17-6, Huffman moved past First Baptist of Opellka, Ala., 15-2, and Myrtle Grove edged Panama City's Church of God of Prophecy, 11-9. Dane amessick homered for St. Andrew while Gene Worley hit two homers and Clyde Bush, Don West, Jack Mllllrons and James Mllllrons one each for Church of God. Earlier winners' bracket games saw Hickory Hammock trip Panama City's St. John's Catholic, 8-4, St. Andrew Baptist whip Milton First Baptist, 11-4, Lakeview top Central Assembly of Panama City, 14-3, St. Mary's clip Montgomery First Baptist, 11-2, Huffman outlasted United Nazarene of Opelika, Ala., 17-12, First Baptist of Opelika nip Trinity Methodist of Phenix City, 6-5, Myrtle Grove edge First Christian of Pensacola, 5-4, and Church of God of Prophecy squeeze by Temple Baptist of Tallahassee, 9-8, Church of God clip Northside Baptist of Anniston, 12-9, Temple bump Assembly of God Tabernacle of Atlanta, 11-2, Myrtle Grove tumble Lynn Haven Methodist, 5-1 and First Christian bop Freewill Baptist of Phenix City, 18-6. Carole Jo Skala Is Jackson Leader MONTREAL (UPI) - Carole Jo Skala of Shingle Springs, Calif., shot a two-under-par 71 to take a one-stroke lead after Saturday's rain-delayed second round of the $60,000 Peter Jackson Ladies Classic. Judy Kimball of Gonzalez, Tex., shot a 72 and Joanne earner of Lakewood, Fla., a 69 to give both two-round totals of 140, one stroke behind Mrs. Skala in the Ladies Professional Golf Association tournament. Finishing behind Miss Kimball and Miss Carner were Donna Caponi Young of Woodland Hills, Calif., with a tworound 141; Sandra Post of Boynton Beach, Fla., with 142; Betsy Cullen of Tulsa, Okla., with 142; Sandra Palmer of Dallas, Tex., with 142; and defending champion .Jocelyne Bourassa of Shawinigan, Que., with 144. Kathy McMullen of Bradenton, Fla., who shot a first day 67 Orioles Blank Yankees, 2-0 BALTIMORE (UPI) - Earl Williams's seventh inning ground rule double broke.a scoreless tie Saturday night and sparked the Baltimore Orioles to a 2-0 victory over the New York Yankees behind the twohit pitching of Dave McNally. Williams, hitting in his eighth straight game, doubled home Don Baylor who opened the inning with a single and moved to second on Brooks Robinson's single. Yankee relief pitcher Sparky Lyle replaced Dick Tldrow to retire the Orioles in the seventh inning, but Baltimore picked up an insurance run off the crafty southpaw in the eighth inning on a single by Tommy Davis, a walk to Boog Powell and a single by Baylor. , , McNally, 7-6, posted his four-' th complete game and enjoyed his 20th career victory over the Yankees. Robinson cut off New York's only scoring attempt In the seventh Inning with a brilliant diving stab of a grounder down the third base line! New Vwk Battlmore abrhbi abrhbi Maddox cf 4 0 0 0 Bumbry l( 10 0 0 PtnlelU If lOlOBlalrcl 1000 Murcer rf 4 0 0 0 Cogglns rf 3 0 10 Vein lb 3 0 0 0 Fuller rf 10 0 0 Muiuonc 30 10Grlch2b 4 0 0 0 Sudakls dh 3 0 0 0 Davli dh 4 110 Gonzalez 3b 3 0 0 0 Powell lb 3 0 2 0 Michael 2b 3 0 0 0 Baylor If 4 13 1 Mason u 2 0 0 0 Robinson 3b 3 0 10 While ph 0 0 0 0 William* c 4 0 11 Stanley as 0 0 0 0 Belanger ss 4 0 10 Tldrow p 0 0 0 0 McNally p 0 0 0 0 Lyle p 0 0 0 0 Tetak » • ! • Tatab St I Ml New Yerk IMMtMa-t THllx-2 LOBNew for the lead, soared to a 78 in the second round for a 145 total. Only 20 of the 63 players who made the cut at 154 are at or below par on the gruelling 6,345-yard Canadian Golf Club course. One of the pre-tournament favorites, Sandra Haynie of Dallas, was forced to withdraw midway through the second round due to a persistent pain in her arm. Luc Brien, executive director of the Canadian LPGA, said, "Miss Haynie has had considerable pain in her arm for the past few weeks and It has been even worse this week so she has been allowed to withdraw." Mrs. Skala, 35, has only one major LPGA tournament win to her credit. In 1973 she won the George Washington Classic at Hidden Springs Country Club in Horsham, Pa. A violent thunderstorm interrupted Saturday's round and several golfers still out on the course had to take refuge. "We took shelter in a rain shed and a bolt of lightning came so close to as it wasn't funny," Mrs. Skala said. "Then and there I wanted to run home to my three kids. "The big difference for me on the tour now is that I'm using a tour caddy named Pepper and he made a difference of at least three or four shots improvement in my game." Miss Bourassa, the local favorite, said, "It was very windy and I had to use my short swing to attack the ball. I started like a lion but I had to change my game and I ran out of gas. "I did not adjust and I made a faux pas on the 14th hole when I used a nine iron by mistake. "However, I finished well with a birdie on the last hole and I'm inspired for tomorrow's game. I figure I should finish in the top ten." The winner of the tournament will pick up $12,000. Bosox Lose Fisk Weiskopj Leading In Butler National NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Fla., Sunday,June 80, UW4 Paw lc Messlck hit three homers and a single for St. Andrew while Wayne Vllladsen added three singles, Church of God was led by Worley with three hits and the Mllllrons with a homer each along with Worley and Bush and' Bush with two homers, the Millirons with a homer each and Jim White with two triples and a single, Carl Ward homered for Central and Jay Purvis homered for St. John's. The losers' bracket games had Summit Park Methodist of Pensacola winning over Bloxham Heights of Tallahassee, 15-4, Smyrna Baptist of Pensacola over St. Andrew Assembly, 7-6, Holland Creek of Phenix City over Center Point of Phenix City, 6-2, Woodland of Phenix City over Oswltchee of Fort Mitchell, Ala., 11-10, Panama City First Baptist over St. Mark of Phenix City, 8-3, Hiland Park Baptist of Panama City over Lakeside of Birmingham, 9-3, Lynn Haven Methodist over Freewill of Phenix City, 7-2, Northside over Assembly of God Tabernacle, 11-8, Northside over St. John's, 12-2, Milton First Baptist over Lynn Haven, 7-2, Central Assembly over Hiland Park, 10-9, P.C. First Baptist over Montgomery First Baptist, 15-8, United Nazarene over Woodland, 8-7, Holland Creek over Trinity, 13-2, First Christian over Smyrna, 20-2, Summit over Temple, 25-14, First Christian over Summit, 7-2, United Nazarene over Holland Creek, 15-12, P.C. First Baptist over Central Assembly, 13-11, and Northside over Milton First Baptist, 12-10. P.C. First Baptist's leaders were Sammy Rowe with a homer, Kenny Barron, Rowe, Jimmy McNiel and Steve Hobbs with homers and Richard Neves and Tom Sabourin with three hits each and Tommy Welch and Hobbs with three hits each and Barron with a homer while Central had Gordon Watkins with a homer and Owen Watkins and Phillip Toole with three hits each, Hiland Park had Al Millergren, Marvin Strickland and Freddie Haynes with homers and Lynn Haven had AI Park with three singles and Randy Elckenhorst with a homer. Church of God of Prophecy was the 1st local team alive after defeating Northside, 9-6, while St. Andrew Baptist was being eliminated by First Christian, 6-3, and First Baptist by Opelika, Ala., First Baptist, 12-4, Another elimination saw United Nazarene oust Lakeview, 12-5. Church of God of Prophecy was scheduled to play Opelika late Saturday night. Late scores: Hickory Hammock 5, St. Mary's 4 (8 innings); Myrtle Grove 12, Huffman 8. Broadway Wins NEW YORK (UPI) - North Broadway outsped a field of 10 fillies and mares Saturday at Aqueduct to score an easy win in the 16th running of the $58,650 Sheepshead Bay Handicap. CHICAGO (UPI)-A 16-mile per hour northwest wind turned playing conditions topsy turvy at Butler National Golf Club Saturday and Tom Weiskopf shot a par 71 in the $200,000 Western Open to cling to the lead after 54 holes with 212, one under par. None of the 78 survivors in the field could break par on the 7,002-yard, par 71 links and only three could equal it, Weiskopf, Joe Porter, who wound up with a 221, nine strokes behind, and J.C. Snead, who charged from a seven-way tie for 15th place into second. But he trailed Weiskopf by five strokes at 217. Most of.the day only one player was under par for the tournament, Weiskopf, who started one under and parred his first nine holes. He bogeyed the 10th to go even, but then blr- dled the next two to return to the under par red figures. Then a string of three straight bogeys put hfm over par until the 17th hole when he dropped a birdie putt to return to even. Then he confidently stroked home an eight-footer for a birdie on the 18th to go under par again. Weiskopf blamed his string of bogeys on bad club selection, hitting over the green on two of the holes and into the trees into an unplayable lie on the other. "I played very well the first nine holes, and I played the last three holes very, very well," he said. "I played the whole round very well except for a couple of club mistakes. I hit the ball solid and kept the ball in play. A 71 was a very good score out there today." Al Geiberger.even par for the first two rounds and trailing Weiskopf by only one stroke after 36 holes, fell far behind with aa 80, for a 222, nine over par. The five who trailed by two strokes after 36, Tom Evans, Larry Wise, Tom Watson, Bobby Mitchell and Gary Sanders, had similar problems. Evans, who set a course record with a second round 67, went five over par on his first three holes and wound up with a horrendous 83 for 226. Wise stayed in close contention for eight holes and then slipped toa 79 for 222. Watson shot a 75 for 218, Mitchell 80 for 223, and Sanders 79 for 222. "Par is pretty good here any time," Snead said. "I should have been two under but I blew the 16th and 17th holes with three putts. It was my best put- Standings ting round since I won at Philadelphia and It was fun for awhile. But I'm not driving very well. I know what I want to do, but when I get over the ball I'm chicken to do It. I don't have confidence and I just nurse It around." Frank Beard shot a 73 to tie Watson for thid place and Butch Baird with a 73 and Chuck Courtney with a 75 tied for fifth at 219. Arnold Palmer was in at 220 in a fourway tie while Lee Trevlno took an 81 to slip to 227. Mid-City, Central Win Mid-City all-stars beat R.L. Turner, and Central won from Cedar won from Cedar Grove on winners' bracket finals in the Bay County Little Major League baseball tournament here Saturday night. Mid-City took a 9-5 game and Central was a 15-2 victor. Both qualified for the district tournament starting July 8. The losers will get another chance to qualify by coming through the losers' bracket. . Allen Stanford hit two singles, Nat Brudnicki a double and single and Mike Worthington a sixth inning home run with one on for Mid-City, and Rey Segovia hit two singles for Turner. Craig Cosson and Ken Thomas added a single. Craig Malin hit two singles. Darryl Taylor hit a home run for Cedar Grove's only hit off Thomas, who struck out 14. With Weiskopf the only sub- par player for 54 holes, the chances looked good for the winner of the tournament to be over par for the third straight week. Weiskopf appeeared to be the only player with a chance to finish under par and par rounds could be as difficult or maybe more so Sunday, should the wind change.' The tournament will be onnational telision from 3 p.m.to 5 p.m. CDT Sunday and should there be a tie for first place money of $40,000, there will be a televised sudden death playoff. Mid-City 102 008-8 10 R.L. Turner 300 011 -5 5 Campbell and Stanford; Unger and Segovia. Central 422 151—u 9 Cedar Grove 200 000-2 1 Thomaa and Rowe; Taylor and Beaatey. Loop Leaders Garr, All Smith, St.L Croat, Hou Buckner, LA Garvey, LA Grubb, SD Wataon. Hou Morgan, Cln Caah, Phil Schmidt, Phil Carew, Minn Jackaon, Oak McRae, KC Yaatrzemikl, Boa Roblnaon, Bait Brohamer, Clev Orta, Chi Randle, Tex Braun, Minn Rudl. Oak Oliva, Minn g ab r k pet 74309 41 113 JM 63220 36 79 .JM 69233 40 81 .341 63249 35 83 .333 74305 48100 .328 69229 32 75 .328 72 259 38 84 .324 73257 47 82 .319 72296 48 94 .318 72240 44 76 417 America* Leagsc g ab r k pet. 68273 43 108 .396 4 219 43 76 .347 69236 36 77 .326 70246 43 80 .325 67246 17 80 .325 52179 22 58 424 55187 27 59 J16 68219 35 69 415 Tom Welikopf J.C. Snead Frank Beard Tom Wataon Butch Balrd Chuck Courtney Lionel Hebert Arnold Palmer Tom Kite Oary McCord Joe Porter Larry Hlnaon Eddie PeaVce Hale Irwin Charlea Sifford Jim Colbert Kermlt Zarley Oary Sandera Al Oelberger Larry Wlae Jim Wiechera Ed Sneed Larry Nelaon Bruce Crampton Rlk Maaaengale Oene Littler Bobby Mitchell Jim Ferrlell David Olenx Roy Pace Gay Brewer George Archer Mike McCuUough Tommy Jacoba Andy North Rod Curl Allen Miller George Knudaon Ben Kern Bob Allard Tom Evana Ceaar Sanudo John Schlee Jim Jamleaon Wally Armstrong Bob Dickson Lee Trevlno George Johnaon Joe lnman Jr. Labron Harrla Bunky Henry Homero Blancaa Dale Douglaaa Lee Elder Mark Hayea John Kennedy Miller Barber Nate Starka Bob Smith Bob Goalby Gary Groh Roaa Randall Jim Maaaerto Dave Stockton Bob Unger Vic Regalado Bob Zender Dwtght Nevll Paul Moran John Litter Jerry McGee Rate Botta Mike Wynn Don Iverson Warren Chancellor Dick Lotz National League: Schmidt, Phil 17; Wynn, Cedeno, LA Hou 19; 16; American By failed League Standing* Pma International Eaat w. 1. pet. lb. Botton 41 31 .569 Cleveland 37 34 .521 314 Baltimore 36 34 .514 4 Detroit 37 35 .514 4 Milwaukee 35 34 .507 *<A New York 35 37 .486 6 Weet w. 1. pet. g .b. Oakland 41 33 .554 Texat 38 37 .507 3H Chicago 35 35 .500 4 Kanaat City 35 36 .493 4V4 Minneaota 31 41 .431 9 California 31 45 .408 11 Garvey, LA 14; Bench and Perez, Cln 13. American League: Allen. Chi 18; Mayberry, KC 16; Horton, Del, Briggt, Mil and Jackaon, Oak 15. Rtae Batted la National League: Garvey, LA 61; Wynn, LA 59; Cedeno, Hou 57; Schmidt, Phil 53: Cey, LA 52. American League: Burrought. Tex 65; Briggi, Mil 53; Rudl, Oak 52; Allen. Chi SO; Bando, Oak 48. Saturday'! Reaalla Botton 12 Cleveland 2 Chicago 4 Minneaota 3 Milwaukee 9 Detroit 0 Baltimore 2 New York 0 Oakland at Kansas City, night Texat at California, night •y (Twilight League fHamllngt Hailed Pnaa laieraaUaaal and Night Games Nat Eaat St. Loula Philadelphia Montreal Chicago Ptttaburgh New York w. I. 38 34 38 34 34 33 30 40 pet. .528 .528 .507 .429 29 40 .420 30 42 .417 g .b. Hi 7 7V4 West pet. g.b. E-McNally. DP-New York 1, York 4, Baltimore 10. 2B-Wllllams. S-Bumbry. Ip h Tldrow L 5-8 61-3 8 Lyje 12-3 2 McNally W 7-6 9 2 T-2:26, A-32,905. r er bb so 1111 112 1 0 0 13 BOSTON (UPI) - Carlton Flsk, the Boston Red Sox hard- luck, hard-hitting catcher, will be sidelined for "at least two months" with a knee injury suffered Friday night in a home plate collision during a game at Cleveland, the club's team physician said Saturday. fisk, 26, was injured when Indians outfielder Leron Lee slid home with the winning run in the ninth inning of Friday night's 2-1 game. Fisk was straddling the plate awaiting a throw from Mario Guerrero when Lee reached home. The throw sailed over Fisk's head as he went down in the collision. "It was a racehorse play," said Cleveland Manager Ken Aspromonte. "If the catcher gets the ball first, he's in a position and the runner takes he brunt of it. But if the runnner gets there first, he has the upper hand." Fisk missed the first several w. I. Los Angeles 51 24 Cincinnati 43 30 .589 7 Atlanta 41 34 .547 10 Houston 36 38 .486 14H San Francisco 34 44 .436 18U San Diego 34 45 .430 19 Saturday's ReaaMa New York 4 St. Loula 0 Los Angeles 6 San Francisco 4 Chicago 2 Montreal 1 PitUburgh6Philadelphla3 Cincinnati 2 Atlanta 1 Houston at San Diego, twilight (ALL TIMES EOT) AMERICAN LEAGUE) Boston (Wise 3-2) at Cleveland (Arlin 1-1) 1 p.m. Minnesota (Corbln 54 and Albury 3-7) at Chicago (Kaat 7-6 and GoasageO-1), 2,2 p.m. Milwaukee (Sprague 3-1 and Slaton 7-8) at Detroit (Lagrow 5-7 and Fryman 3-3), 2, 1:30 p.m. New York (Medlch 84) at Baltimore (Cuellar 9-4). 2 p.m. Oakland (Hunter 104) at Kansas City (Fit- zmorrli 6-3), 2:30 p.m. Texat (Blbby 10-10) at California (Tanana 4-U),5p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis (Gibson 44) at New York (Seaver 44), 2:15 p.m. Chicago (Stone 2-1) at Montreal (Rogers 84), 2:15 p.m. Philadelphia (Lonborg 10-5 and Carlton 94) at Pittsburgh (Ellis 34 and Brett 9-4), 2,1:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Norman 8-5) at Atlanta (Morton 94),2:15p.m. Los Angeles (Mesaersmlth 7-2) at San Fran- dsco(Barr4-4),4p.m. . Houston (Dierker 5.4 and Roberts 5-7) at San Diego (Palmer Wand Grief 3-10), 2,4 p.m. 71-70-71-212 75-71-71-217 70-75-73-218 72-71.75-218 76-70-73-219 73-71.75-219 75-73-72-220 74-72-74-220 75-71.74-220 70-74-76-220 75-75-71-221 75-72-74-221 71-76-74-221 71-75-75-221 74-76-72-222 77-70-75-222 76-71-75-222 71-72-79-222 71-7140-222 7449-79-222 73-77.73-223 75-75-73-223 79-70-74-223 76-72-75-223 71-74-78-223 73-71.79-223 73-7040-223 78-75-71-224 75-74-75-224 75-73-76-224 73-72-79-224 76-76-73-225 75-77.73-225 77-76-73-226 74-78-74-226 77.71-78-226 73-75-78-226 76-71-79-226 75-73-78-226 75-72-79-226 764743-226 80-73-74-227 75-76-76-227 74-76-77-227 76-73-78-227 76-73-78-227 74-7241-227 72-7441-227 74-79-75-228 74-78-76-228 77-75-76-228 79-71-78-228 82-71-76-229 75-78-76-229 77-75-77-229 77-7240-229 754945-229 80-73-77-230 76-75-79-230 704040-230 71-7841-230 73-7443-230 75-78-78-231 78-75-78-231 73-7840-231 77-76-79-232 75-7740-232 82-71-79-232 75-7740-232 74-7741-232 75-7344-232 75-7840-233 78-7441-233 75-7743-235 76-7545-236 75-7844-237 60207 22 65 414 72284 33 88 410 63239 20 74 410 Nasty Wins (baaed aa matt victories) National League: John, LA 11-2; McGlothen, St.L 11-3; Lonborg, Phil 104; Capra, At! 9-2; Marshall, LA 94: Brett, Pitt 9-4; Morton, Atl and Carlton, Phil 96. American League: G. Perry, Clev 14-1; Wood, Chi 12-9; Tiant, Bos 114; Ryan, Cal 104; Lollch, Det and Hunter, Oak 108; Blbby, Tex 10-10. Tide Table SUNDAY Panama City high 7:02 a.m., low 6:18 p.m.; Port St. Joe high 7:21 a.m., low 6:11 p.m.; Apalachlcola high 11:04 a.m., low 8:32 p.m.; sunrise 5:42 a.m., sunset 7:44 p.m. MONDAY Panama City high 7.42 a.m., low 7:00 p.m.; Port St. Joe high 8:01 a .m., low 6:53 p.m.; Apalachlcola high 12:10 p.m., low 9:20 p.m.; tunrlse5:43a.m.,sunaet7:44p.m. TUESDAY Panama City high 8:24 a.m., low 7:38 p.m.; Port St. Joe 8:43 a.m., low 7:31 p.m.; Apalachlcola high 12:57 p.m.. low 10:02 p.m.; sunrise 5:43 a.m., sunset 7:44 p.m. WEDNESDAY Panama City high 9:07 a.m., low 8:20 p.m.; Port St. Joe high 9:26 a.m., low 8:13 p.m.; Apalachlcola high 7:12 a .m., 1:53 p.m., low 9:29 a.m., 10:39 p.m.; sunrise 5:44 a.m., aunset 7:44 p.m. THURSDAY Panama City high 9:48 a.m., low 8:57 p.m.; Port St. Joe high 10:07 a.m., low 8:50 p.m.: Apalachlcola hlgh7:21 a .m.. 2:45 p.m., low 10:26 a.m., 11:14 p.m.; sunrise5:44 a .m., aunset 7:44 p.m. FRIDAY Panama City high 10:23 a.m., low 9:31 p.m.; Port St. Joe high 10:42 a.m., low 9:24 p.m.; Apalachlcola high7:3S a .m.,3:31 p.m., low 11:12 a.m., 11:43 p.m.; sunrise5:44 a .m., sunset 7:44 p.m. SATURDAY Panama City high 10:58 a .m., low 9:57 p.m.; Port St. Joe high 11:17 a.m., low 9:50 p.m.; Apalachlcola hlgh7:43a.m.,4:16 p.m., low 11:51 p.m.; sunrlse7:45a.m.,tunset7:44p.m.. U.S. Juniors Lead In Track AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI) - Petite Ekaturina Smirnova completed a Soviet sweep of the girls' pentathlon Saturday, but Americans pulled a double upset in the boys javelin and held onto a healthy team lead at the 3rd annual Russian- American Junior Track and Field Meet. Through 21 events, the United States led the Soviet Union 117104. Miss Smirnova, who blushed Upset Scored By Intrepid NEWPORT, R. I. (UPI) Intrepid, bidding for her third America's Cup, soundly defeated previously unbeaten Courageous Saturday in the final day of preliminary trials for yachting's most prestigious title. Managers of the two other American candidates, Mariner and Valiant, temporarily withdrew both 12-meter boats from competition for design changes in the stern. Intrepid, her wood hull apparently lighter and stiffer than the new aluminum Courageous, split tacks at the start. When the yachts came together again Intrepid was ahead by two boat lengths. EGLIN VICTOR- Eglin won Saturday's fast pitch round robin softball tournament at Lynn Haven, beating Pensacola Mets, 6-1, after the teams tied at 3-1 in the standings. Here Mets 1 Bill Murphy legs it to first with Panama City Traders' Charles Commander following the flight of the ball. Traders and Corry were 0-2 and Panama City Citizens 0-4. The Traders, who handed Eglin its only defeat, 9-6, beat the Citizens, 9-1, and lost to Corry, 7-1, and the Mets, 7-5. Bucs Continue Home Victories PITTSBURGH (UPI) Jerry Reuss pitched a six-hitter and Richie Zisk drove in three runs Saturda night to lead the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 6-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies for their 10th straight triumph at home. It was Reuss' seventh win against five losses and sixth in his last eight decisions, while Jim Lonborg, who won six straight games in June, suffered his. sixth loss against 10 victories. Sudden Death In Soccer Cup FRANKFURT, GERMANY (UPI) — Despite the efforts of its organizers, the world soccer cup has turned into a sudden- death tournament and Sunday's second round matches could eliminate four of the eight surviving tarns. But the other four teams know that victory in the second matches of the second final round will not bring them an automatic berth in the July 7 final. The new second-round system in which four teams in two groups play on a round-robin basis was intended to replace the knock-out method of quarter and semifinals. By chance, the opening second round matches have set up the old situation. Sunday's Group A matches see Holland, the favorite, in action against East Germany in Gelsenkirchen, while Brazil meets arch-rivals Argentina for the first time in a world cup final in Hannover. No matter what the results, Holland's July 3 match against the Brazilians will provide one of the finalists. The Pirates trailed 2-1 in the sixth when singles by Zisk and Manny Sanguillen and an intentional walk to Rennie Stennett loaded the bases with one out. Pinch-hitter Ed Kirkpatrick's sacrifice fly scored Zisk with the tying run and Reuss' single to deep short brought in the lead run. A single by Richie Hebner, a double by Al Oliver and an intentional walk o Willie Stargell loaded the bases again for Pittsburgh in the seventh and Zisk delivered a bases-clearing double to chase Lonborg. Mario Mendoza tripled home Saaguillen, who had singled, to give Pittsburgh a 1-0 lead in the second. But Dave Cash's triple and Larry Bowa's single tied it in the third before Mike Schmidt's 18th homer gave the Phils a 2-1 lead in the fourth. Cash hit his second homer of the year in the eighth and Bowa followed with a bunt single, but the Pirates pulled off theeir fourth double play to end the threat. PUhdelphla Cash 2b Bowa ss x Robinson cl Schmidt 3b Brown If Anderson rf Montanes lb Boone c Lonborg p Watt p Grbrkwtz ph Farmer p Tetak abrhbi 3 2 2 1 Cllnescf 3 0 2 1 Hebner 3b 4 0 0 0 Oliver lb 2 111 Stargell II 4 0 00 Ztakrf 4 0 0 0 Sanguillen c 3 0 10 Stennett 2b 3 0 0 0 Mendoza ss 2 0 0 0 Krkptrck ph 0 0 0 0 Taveraa ss 1 0 0 0 Reuss p 0 0 0 0 Sill Totals abrhbi 5 0 10 4 110 5 110 2 100 4 12 3 4 2 2 0 3 0 0 0 10 11 0 0 0 1 1000 4 0 11 33 (11 Marshall Pitches In 1 Oth Straight PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Dan Lasater's Hot N Nasty weeks of the season with a groin routed seven other two-year-old when told she was admired by injury, but was batting .309 with fUHes and raced to an easy 12- the American boys' team, won 11 home runs and 26RBIS at the length victory Saturday in the first places in each of the five time of his latest injury. Liberty Stakes. events. SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Reliever Mike Marshall set a major league record by pitching in his 10th consecutive game Saturday as the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the San Francisco Giants 6-4. Marshall, who now has appeared in 50 of the Dodgers' 75 games, pitched 2 2-3 innings after taking over for winning pitcher Doug Rau in the sixth. Shortstop Bill Russell keyed a three-run fourth inning for the Dodgers with a bases-loaded single after Wes Westrum, the Giants' new manager, ordered an intentional walk to Joe Ferguson. Jimmy Wynn opened the inning with a single and stole second. Steve Garvey was safe on a throwing error by Dave Kingman, the third baseman, but Wynn was caught in a rundown on Ron Cey's grounder. Ferguson then was walked to load the bases. After Russell's single, Rau drove in the third run of the inning with a single of his own. A triple by Bill Buckner and a sacrifice fly by Wynn made it 5-0 in the fifth inning and the Dodgers got their final run inthe seventh on a double by Buckner, a stolen base and a wild pitch. Kingman drove in the first three San Francisco runs. He hit his eighth homer of the season off Rau in the fifthinning and singled against Marshall to drive in two more in the eighth. glaata 6-29 Lee Aagelea Lopea 2b Buckner If Wynn cl Paclorek cf Garvey lb Crawford rf Cey 3b Fergtuon c Russell ss Rau p Marshall p Brewer p Zahn p Hough p Ban Fraacisra abrhbi abrhbi 4 0 0 1 Bonds rf 4 0 10 5 2 3 0 Speler u 5 0 0 0 3 0 11 Maddox cf 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Thomassn cf 2 111 4 10 0 Coodson lb 5 12 0 4 0 0 0 Matthews If 4 0 10 4 10 0 Kingman 3b 4 12 3 2 2 2 0 Fuentes 2b 4 0 0 0 4 0 12 Rudolph c 3 0 10 3 0 2 1 Ontlveros ph 1110 1 0 0 0 Williams p 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bradley p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Miller ph 10 10 000 0 Barr pr 0 0 0 0 Barber p 0 0 0 0 Phillips ph 10 0 0 McMahon p 0 0 0 0 Arnold ph 10 10 Totals »«»STstals 38 4 114 Ua Aageles Ml 111 IK— ( 8aa Fraaclsoo IN til Kl-4 E-Klngman 2, Paclorek. LOB-Los Angeles 6, San Francisco 10. 2B-Ferguson, Buckner, Goodson, On- • tlveros. 3B-Buckner. HR-Ktngman (8). Buckner,. Bonds. SF-Lopes, SB-Wynn, Wynn. Ip h Rau W 6-4 51-3 6 Marshall 21-3 5 Brewer 1-3 0 Zahn 1-3 0 Hough 1-3 0 Williams L 1-2 32-3 5 Bradley 11-3 1 Barber 2 1 McMahon 2 2 Marshall pitched to three batters 9th. Save-Hough (1). WP-Barber. T-3:06. A 20.737. r er bb 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 x-reacaea first aa catcher'! lalerfereaee rUbcelphla Ml IN He— 3 ntlatargk IllHtHx-l E-Sangulllen, Bowa. DP-Plttsburgh 4. LOB-Phtladelphla 3, Pittsburgh 9. B-Ollver, Zisk. 3B-Mendooza. Cash. HR- Schmldt (18), Cash (2). SF-Klrkpatrick. Ip a r er bb so Lonborg L 10-6 6 9 6 6 4 3 Watt 1 0 0 0 0 2 Farmer 1 0 0 0 1 0 Reuss W 7-5 9 6 3 3 3 3 Lonborg piched to four batters In 7th. T-2:04. A-15,556. Reds Win ATLANTA (UPI) - Joe Morgan broke up a pitcher's duel with his third hit of the night, a run-producing single in the seventh inning , to give the Cincinnati Reds to a 2-1 victory over the Atlanta Braves Saturday night. The victory by the Reds kept them 6 V£ games behind the West division leading Dodgers. Pete Rose singled with one out in the seventh inning and moved to second on a groundout by Cesar Geronimo to set the stage for Morgan's hit. Johnny Bench hit his 14th homer of the season for Cincinnati in the fourth inning. Cubs Triumph MONTREAL (UPI) - Rookie Bill Madlock drove in the winning run with a sacrifice fly In . the eighth inning Saturday night to lead the Chicago Cubs to a 2-1 victory over the Montreal Expos. Rick Monday opened the eighth with a single and Jose Cardenal doubled down the left field line. Vic Harris was. walked intentionally and Madlock followed with a towering fly ball against the centerfiejd fence to score Monday with the ; tie-breaking run. iV- Rick Reuschel went the • distance for the Cubs, allowing i ; eight hits, to record his seventh * victory in 12 decisions. §t§ve f * ; ' Renko, who tossed a one-hUt'ei) 1 f in his last start, suffered'hjsl : eighth loss in 13 decisions, *

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