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ID -June 29,1975 1 Sunday Gazette-Mail West Major League Baseball Averages Friday TMf£»M""BATTTNG AB ft H HR RBI PCt New York 2415 332 «52 53 315 .270 Boston 2301 348 610 M 332 .265- Minnesota 2375318 629 58299.265 ChtaS? 2415302 630 42276.261 KlSS City 2489327 640 51 307-257 California 2502 2» 641 T. 271 .256 Texas 2573 329 64S iS 3)6 .252 Milwaukee 2315 316 577 56 291 .249 OS* 2396325 f« ·«?«·*« Cleveland 2344 279 578 65 25» .247 Detroit 2295 264 559 62 253 .244 Baltimore 2318 253 546 51 234 .236 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 125 *r mtrt at bats AS It H HR RBI Pet Care* Min 233 40 86 7 33 .369 Lynn Bos 229 49 78 .14 54 .341 Munson NY 264 41 89 6 44 .337 Hargrove Tex 221 40 74 8 26 .335 Hisl? Min 220 34 69 11 44.314 McRae KC 278 35 87 4 4 9 . 3 3 Beniquez Bos 144 25 45 2 14-313 CMay Chi 243 28 75 5 37 .309 E.Maddox NY 218 36 67 1 23 .307 R.White NY 218 44 67 6 27 .307 ' CWashingtn Oak 280 39 86 8 35 .307 Braun Min 178 21 54 6 .23.303 - Chsmbliss NY 232 28 70 3 35.302 .Qrta Chi 275 39 82 4 42.298 - Yount Mil 235 32 70 4 24 .298 . Chalk Cal 240 30 71 0 29 .296 , Dent Chi. 258 23 76 1 23.295 Bumbry Bal 181 23 53 1 12 .293 . G.Netties NY 257 39 75 12 51 .292 G.Brett KC 288 40 84 5 34 .292 Rice Bos 234 41 48 10 45 .291 Powell Cle 193 24 56 11 33 .290 Wohlford KC' 162 26' 47 0 16 .290 Burleson Bos 263 32 75 2 29 .285 Carty Cle 127 15 36 4 18 .283 P.Kelly Chi 198 34 56 4 16 .283 Yastrzemski Bos 241 46 68 7 25 .282 Freehan Det 171 20 48 6 17 .28 Brye Min 171 28 48 5 26 .281 : Singleton Bal 246 31 69 4 15 .280 Remy Cal 271 41 76 1 21 .260 - Rivers Cal . 296 39 83 1 29 .280 Tenace Oak 214 34 60 13 42 .280 Thompson Min 182 14 51 2 17 .280 Harrah Tex 225 32 63 7 35 .280 L.Roberts Det 197 31 55 6 18 .279 LeFlore Det 270 35 75 4 21 .278 Hendrick Cle 279 44 77 14 45 .276 G Scott Mil 272 34 75 13 52 .276 Rudi Oak 272 40 75 9 38 .276 C.Roias KC 205 18 56 1 18 .273 Stanton Cal - 163 31 44 7. 32.270 T.Davis Bal 194 17 52 1 22.268 Manning Cle 127 21 34 0 9 .268 Handle Tex 284 33 76 2 33.268 Bochte Cal 229:24 61 1 29 .266 Carbo Bos 158 32 42 12 31 .266 . Lezcano Mil 252 37 67 5 26 266 Baylor Bal 219 23 58 9 26 265 · Soderholm Mm 223 35 3 4 26 265 Spencer Tex 175 21 46 8 28 263 North Oak 242 37 63 0 11 260 Oliva Mm 175 20 45 4 23 257 Healy KC 129 17-33 2 1-3 .256. ' Harper Cal " 216 25 55 3 29 255 Petrocelli Bos 189 20 43 4 30 254 v Grrffm BOS 178 15 45 1 14 253 Sutherland Det 238 28 60 3 26 252 D Ford Mm 127 24 32 7 17 252 Meyer Det " · 236 30 59 4 24 =250 CampaneHs -Oak 253 ,33 63 3 24 .249 Henderson Chi 249 36 62 3 26.249 Smalley -Tex 145 16 36 3 21 .248 - R Jackson Oak 262 39 65 16 43 248 Downing Chi 200 29^ 49 '4 18 .245 Gamble Cle 135 19 33 1 6 244 Otis KC ; 225-40 55 : 5 22.244' Sharp Mil . 176 14 43 0 -.17 .244 Bonds' NY- 226' 37 55 17 · 43 .243 Horton 'Det 266 24 64 1 5 - 4 9 .241 Darwin Mil ' 200 32, ;48 . 7 23 .240 Tovar 'Tex 280 29 67 3 21 .239 De-Johnson Chi 222 23 '53 11 .37 .239 Veryzer Det .164 17 39 2 . 18.238 Melton 'Chi 227 23 54 5: 30.238 Money Mil. ,152 25 36 : 2 14'.237 B Williams Oak 241 29 57 9 34 237 Grid) Bal .-··-' · .213 31 .50.: 7 18 .235 . Evans Bos 196 33 46 7 29 235 M Nettles Cal 222 33 52 0 18 234 ' Pmson KC 163 22 38 3 12 233 ? ' Duffy Cle 219 19 51 t 26 233 Aaron Mil - 232 24, M T 33 233 Lahoud Cal 125 13 29 6 25 232 Garner Oak 213 46 49 ~3 22 230 Mayberry KC 244 33 55 8 33 225 t P Garcia Mil 205 27 46 2 28'224 Belanger Bal 179 9 40 0 7 223 A Rodriguez Det 202 18 45 7 23 223 BBell Cle 238 24 53 6 22 223 L-May Bal 266 30 59 11 44 .222 J Ellis Cie 173 11 38 5 20 220 Blair Bal 201 2 2 - 4 4 , 2 12 .219. Killebrew KC 174 12 38 9 · 28 .218 Patek KC 216 29 47 1 19 218 Burroughs Tex 281- 44 61 15 40 217 Howell T6X 135' 14 29 2 20 215 Porter' Mil ' 188 31 40 7 29.213 Sundbefg-Tex : 221 27 47 -5 22 .213 S.Smith Cal . 137 10 29 0 14.212 Montgomery Bos 144 10 30 0 18.208 B.Robinson ' Bal 228 25 47 3 23.206 Borgmann Min '185 16 38 , 0 . . 15 .205 Spikes C l e 1 7 8 1 8 3 6 2 9 2 0 2 Bando Oak 247 24 49 6 34 198 f Alomar NY . 186 15 36 0 9.194 Nyman Chi . -.139' 13 26 0 6.187 Duncan Bal 146 13 26 7 28 .178 Mason NY 151- 11 21 .1 11.139 * ' PITCHING ».- 6 or mcr« dicisions - ' **· - IP H B B S O W LERA Palmer Bal 144105 33 9212 4 156 Gbssage Chi 74 53 -'42 "67 3 6 1.82 Eckersley Cle 71 51 30 57 5 1 203 Forster Chi 35 27 24 30 3 3 206 Figueroa Cal 88 62 34 52 6 4 215 Busby KC 143114 43 9511 5 2 42 Buskey Cle' 51 46 19 22 4 3 263 Hunter NY 150106 41 7211 6 2.82 Ryan Cal 120 75 78121 10 6 284 Umbarger Tex 53 51 28 14 4 4 2 89 r Kaat Chi 134135 36 6911 4 2 89 Hands Tex 70 68 16 37 5 3 2.93 Lindblad Oak 52 41 19 26 6 0 2.94 Hargan Tex 94 87 27 50 5 3 295 Pattm KC 85 77 18 38 6 4 295 Fingers Oak 63 44 17 55 5 3 298 , Burgrneier Mir 28 22 12 14 4 3 3 14 I PDobson NY 122114 51 69 8 6 317 RMay NY 89 73 51 66 7 3 3 22 Holtzman Oak 131111 61 63 7 7 323 ! Tanana Cal 94 86 31 106 5 4 3 23 Blue Oak 139122 45 9911 5 3 29 Lyle NY 32 34 18 25 2 5 3.34 " MLohch Det 107121 33 63 8 5 343 DAIexander Bal 60 59 21 18 1 5 343 Goltz Mm - 108104 23 53 6 6 349 M.Torrez Bal . , 123117..63 ,50 7 5 3.50, Bird KC ' : 4 6 43-18 30 5 3 3.52 , Blyleven Mm 101 87 38 95 5 3 363 ' t .Wedich NY 123114 35 62 6 9 364 ·^ , Fitzmorns KC 113113 30 36 6 4 365 BLee Bos 136132 44 34 9 5 371 Tiant Bos 127124 35 7411 6 382 Cuellar Bal 112 95 42 35 5 5 3.93 J Hughes Min 91 81 49 49 6 6 3.96 Ruhle Det 85 93 31 28 6 4 3 99 1 - Leonard KC 83 80 45 59 3 3 300 Corbin Min 64-67 28 40 4 4 4.04 '-:· Osteen Chi 93108 46 : 32 2 6 4.06 T Walker Det 62 54 20 35 2 5 4.06 '·"· Singer Cal 1 2 1 1 0 2 4 6 6 2 6 8 4 . 0 7 ··· Grimsley Bal '-.108 110 21. 52 4 9 4.08 '-. - Briles KC 66 69 14 42 4 3 4.32 Broberg 'Mil 95 97 45 39 8 7 4.36 G Perry Tex 1 3 7 1 5 2 3 8 9 3 - 6 1 1 4 . 3 8 Jenkins TeX ' 125134 26 69 B 8 4.39 . Cleveland Bos 70 75 25 29 4 3 4.48 ' Colborn Mil 7 0 : 7 1 2 2 27 2 6 4.58 Hassler Cal 93 99 31 61 3 B 4.65 ·; Bibby Cle 87 89 38 43 3 7 4.72 Wise Bos 124136 33 67 8 6 4.78 Cincinnati Chicago Pittsburgh Philadelphia St. Louis New York SanFrancisco Houston Atlanta Montreal LOS Angeles San Madlock Chi Morgan Cin Kranepool NY" Cash Phi Sanguillen Pgh Watson Htn Bowa Phi. Joshua SF Grilfey Cin Rose Cin D.Parker. Pgh Grubb SD Brock StL Garvey LA T.Simmons StL R.Smith StL Luzinski Phi Bench Cin Cardenal Chi Winfield SO Uhser NY Geronimo Cin Cabell Htn Murcer-SF JeMorales Chi Montanez SF" Torre NY ' Carter Mtl Wynn LA Stargell Pgh Conception Cin M.Perez- Atl Hebner Pgh Reitz StL Grote NY Matthews SF P.Mangual Mtl A.Oliver Pgh Gross Htn Blanks Atl Speier SF Monday Chi Garr Atl G.Foster Cin Trillb Chi Boons Phi Millan NY Parrish Mtl Staub NY Zisk; Pgh Cey LA Melendez StL Ontiveros SF Fuentes SD Stennett Pgh Cor'rell Atl Kessingec Chi W.Crawford . LA Tolan SD Sizemdre -StL MiAnderson Phi D.Thomas' SF. Cedeno Htn Ivia- SD M May Htn R.Metzger Htn DoRader Htn Evans Atl- Jorgehsen' Mtl McBride StL "T; Perez Cin Phillips "NY Lum' Atl Baker Atl LaCock Chi Foh Mtl Lopes LA R Allen Phi J Cruz Htn McCovey SD Kmgman NY E Williams Atl E Hernandz SD Milner NY AOerbach -LA Ferguson LA Schmidt Phi Yeager LA R.Andrews Htn Taveras Pgh K Hernandz StL Goodson Ati Kendall. SD Thomasson SF Fqote Mtl Swisher Chi NATIONAL LEA6UE TEAM 6ATTINC AB R HHRMBIPct 252S 368 673 63 344 J74 2418 328 649 43 295 .268 2413 306 £40 61 291 .265 2445 303 647 58 282 .265 2350 277 614 36 263 .261 2266 255 577 34 234 .255 2495272 621 36266.247 2561307 635 35279.248 2413 243 421 51 237 -21i 2231 239 545 38216.244 2519 313 609 5o 289 .242 2405 236 574 30 220 .239 INDIVIDUAL BATTING m or mtn it Mtl AB R H HR RBI Pet 42 105 3 44 .361 291 235 .146 301 221 258 197 238 188 304 234 254 261 320 243 179 274 291 258 225 246 244 170 255 260 276 177 210 238 232 278. 256 214 264 172 162 253 274 234 239 266 229 308 188 249 200 273 191 214 222 280 154 135 255 286 174 267 184 243 263 182- . 231 287 217 210 287 223' 269 204139 225 173 216 247 160 253 273" 137 178 159 169 157 226 132 158 192 250 165 146 190 128 .125 141 177 129 50 17 48 24 32 24 29 40 47 38 39 44 42 34 29 38 43 41 38 35 34 25 47 28 26 16 19 48 31 37 28 36 19 14 21 -43 37 31 27 30 44 35 24 27 18 37 18 34 28 33 15 11 21 39 22 40 21 26 30 14 '37 51 18 19 40 24 36 26 19. 32 ,14 18 34 19 29 56 19 19 15 19 14 23 14 16 15 31 12 17 17 15 10 7 19 12 10 84 49 101 73 85 64 67 60 97 74 80 82 100 75 55 82 87 77 67 73 72 50 .75 76 80 51 60 68 66 79 72 60 74 48 45 70 75 64 65 72 61 82 50 -66 ,53 72 50 56 58. 73 40 35 66 74 45 69 47 62: 67 46 58 72 54 52 71 55 66 50 34 55 42 52 59 38 60 64 32 41 35 37 34 48 28 33 40 52 34 30 39 26 25 34 27 33. 23 11 2 3 3 10 1 2 2 4 13 2 2 9 10 10 18 15 5 » 4 4 · 1 . 9 6 6 1 7 13 12 3 0 10 2 1 4 7 ,6 0 2 2 5 3 10 6 1 1 4 6 5. 11 2 .1 1 4 8 0 3 1 2 4 2 6 4 2 2 5 9 6 2 10 0 3 13 4 0 3 3 3 9 11 5 0 4 0 5 13 4 0 0' 1 1 0 2 2 0 50 20 29 2? 48 12 19 22 37 43 16 24 46 49 40? 57 61 2! 41 20 23 24 44 45 40 17 32 42 42 33 17 29 31 17 24 30 33 18 23 32 26 18 24 34 10 19 17 47 26 46 17 10 24 ·31 24 22 19 23 27 21 19 29 25 26 18 25 32 28 10 48 10 15 33 17 14 19 16 22 26 26 25 12 16 11 23 37 16 10 11 12 8 17 16 11 8 .357 ' S 36 .336 .330 .329 '.325 .322 .319 .319 .316 .315 .314 .313' .309 .307 .299 .299 .298 .298 .297 .295 .294 .294 .292 . .290 .288 .286 .286 .284 .284 .281 .280 .280 279 .278 .277 .274 .274 .272 .271 .266 .266 .266 .265 .265 .264 .262 .262 261 .261 .260 259 .259 .259 .259 .258 .255 ".255 255 253 .251 .251 .249 .248 247 .247 .245 .245 .245 244 243 :241 .239 .238 .237 .234 .234 i230 .220 219 217 212 .212 209 208 208 .206 205 205 203 .MO 1» .191. .186 .178 LA Seaver .NY R.'Jones SD Gullet! .Cin Messersmith Sutton 'LA McGraw··. Phi Rogers Mtl Lavelle 1 . SF Reuss Pgh P Niekro Atl R.Forsch StL Barr SF Fryman Mtl C.Carrdli Cin Brett Pgh Lonborg Phi Nolan Cm Mclntosh SD Underwood ; - Phi K Forsch Htn S Stone Chi Montefusco SF Folkers SD Marshall LA Blair Mt! Darcy Cm Cariton 1 -Phi Tat'e NY Warthen 1 -Mtl Hernandez". Pgh Rau LA Reed StL Rooker Pgh Garber Phi Hahcki SF McGlothen StL Falcone. SF Matlack'··.-. NY Billingham ' Cfy Reuschel ' Chi Kison Pgh Koosman NY Burris Chi Freisleben SD Ellis Pgh Bonham; Chi Morton;.'Atl Da Roberts Htn Curtis' StL Konieczy Htn Capra Atl Dierker Htn Zamora Chi Twilchell Phi . Richard Htn Norrnan CTn Spillner SD Caldwell SF Railing Chi Gibson StL Kirby 'Cin McNally Mtl Griffin Htn . Renko - Mtl ' Hooton' LA , · Zahn .Chi Knowles Chi PITCHING 6 or more decisions IP HBB SOW LERA 130 73 35101 11 4 173 122101 21 44 10 4 1 77 112 88 31.72-.9 3 2.09 161 124 43 114 11 4 2 18 147112 2811311 7 229 .45 23 20 19 4 3 238 101 84 ; 34 48 5 5 2.40 47 46 20 30 4 3 247 102 94 39 62 8 5 256 118 119. 27 75' 7 6'.2.59 113 97 38 55 7 6 261 116 99 29 42 6 7 164 91 76 35 59 6 4 2.67 48 47 18 25 5 4 277 54 48 17 24 4 2 283 120100 30 55 6 5 284 105 93 15 41 7 5 2.91 86 90 20 34 6 5 272 :102 92 31 58 8 5 2.99'56 59.17. 34 2.4 3.02. 79 75 27 50 5 2 308 93 82 37 69 4 3 3HO 60 67 15 35 3 4 3.12 43 31 19 26 3 5 314 80 63 58 43 5 8'3.25 38 45'22 19 2 4 3.26 :106 86 39 7016 5 3.31 63 53 40 3'5 2 6 3J9 34 .28 20 22 4 2,144. 33 37 16 21 4 2 3.48 ·123107 26 70 7' 6 3.50 117141 25 61 8 7 353 83 81 44 42 5 3 355 48 46 16 31 7 4 356 53 44 18 46 3 4 357 113103- 45 75 9 5 357 87 72 46 58 6- 5 : .3.57 107111 33 72 9 5. 3.59 98 92 37 38 8 ' 3 3.65 ·105100 30 87 5 7 3.66 90 73,43 44 7 3 3-,67^ 107108 48 74 6 5 369 108111 36 60 7 5 374 96108 44 42 3 8 3.82 75 90 21 41 5 4 382 103105 48 82 7 5 391 112122 34 23 7 8 391 98 85 "35 49 4 9 4 04 72 77 30 29 4 I 411 103108-51 56 4-8-4.19 78 77 28 35 4 7 4 25 110109 53 71 7 8 4.32 47 S3 5 17 4 2 4.37 '90 86 51 60 4 8 4.'40 83 71' 69 78 5 3 4.41 75 .70 37 54 3 3 4.44. 77 88 27 4 6 - 2 7 4.64 98116 22 30 4 7 4.74 32 39 12 17 2 4 4.78 82 92 46 41 2 6 4.77 ' 50 54 20 24 4 3 4.80 77 88 36 36 3 6 5.24 79 89 46 56 3 8 5.33 56 60 35 35 2 5 5.43 . 70 79 23 47 6 7 5.48 35 39 19 12 2 4 6.06 41 54 22 25 1 4 6.75 CHARLIE KING mMGEK.ChlKLESTOII MACMcMILLION MANAGER-MONTGOMERY. KING SIZE JOE LE ROSE MINACEf), ST. ALBUMS LOANS,, S 10,000 Whetherjt's to reduce a lot of "Small" Monthly Payments, a need For New Furniture, Home Improvements/.Or Any Worthwhile Reason, see Charlie King or "Mac" McMillion or Joe LeRose For A Helping Hand. Capital ·_^^^L ----^jB^^S^^i mUmMHmmmm OPEN IVININGS BY APPOINTMENT THRU CONVENIENT LOCATIONS *ii UESTKIT 319 nnr STRUT t7 MAW STRUT aus.34i.4ioi MQHTgonarr 4^si 11 ST. AIIAK 727-2f w Dugan Remembers With Friend Ruth By Dive O'Htra NORWOOD, Mass. (AP) - OW friends are throwing a testimonial bash for Joseph Anthony Dugan Sunday night, giving Jum- pin' Joe a forum for more of his stories about his old pal, Babe Ruth. . . ' . . " And, although recently turned 78, the third baseman for the New York Yankees in the roaring '20s can be counted upon to put his fore finger to the corner of his upper lip and say:. "Yes, I may just have a taste of the creature." Dugan, a veteran of 14 major league seasons as a player and later a scout for 25 years with the Boston Red Sox, remains active in retirement. He shows up regular-*· ly for Red Sox games, later enjoying a couple of drinks and exchanging quips with everyone. Jump in : Joe likes to tell how he got into major league baseball. He attended Holy Cross College and caught the attention of Connie Mack,' owner and manager of the Philadelphia-Athletics. Mack, whose real name was McGillicuddy, visited the Dugan home in New Haven, Conn., one day early in 1917. He was greeted by Dugah's father and mother while his brothers and sisters looked on. Whole Family for $500 ' 'Mr. Mack told my father he wanted me to play for the Athletics, but my father was a stubborn Irishman who couldn't see- any future for me in baseball. Then Mr. Mack plunked down $500 on the dining room table! My father's eyes popped. .He rarely saw $10, let alone $500. "After recovering from the shock of seeing the money, he looked at Mr. Mack and said: "Mr, McGillicuddy; for $500 you can have the whole family " Dugan broke m as a second baseman with the A's, later moving to third.^ He played five years in Philadelphia before being traded to the Red Sox and then to the Yankees in 1922, arriving in New York in time to play in the 1922 World Series. With the Yankees, Dugan and Ruth became close friends. They were roommates and no one in baseball was closer to the immortal Babe than Jumpin' Joe. They played together in five World Series, but Joe remembers best Ruth's off-field activities. Babe Did Everything 'BIG' "There was nothing small about the Babe," Dugan says.."Whatever he did, he did BIG, on and off the field Why, there Babe Ruth Dugan't Teammate isn't a guy around'who could ;live like he did and still play baseball--then or now;" Dugan recalls one time whe'n he, Ruth and Yankee pitcher Waite Hoyt went to Herb Penhock'shometown near Philadelphia to help, a fund-raising drive. "We raised close to $10,000 and afterwards the committee gave us a private party. It was a real hoopla and about four in the morning Waite and I somehow dragged ourselves back to the hotel. The Babe wouldn't budge. He was just starting to go the champagne" route. "The next afternoon I was bug-eyed, but the Babe came bursting into the clubhouse just before game time. He was grinning all over. "Anyway, I couldn't have hit anything with a tennis racquet and had to leave the game in the fourth inning "The first time the Babe comes up, he hits one over the loudspeaker horns for a home run. The second tune up he hits the Scoreboard and slides into third for a triple. Next time he doubles to center and the last time up he hits one downtown. Imagine, four-for-four. "Babe was all excited as he came in. He rubbed his hands and said, 'Boy, that party -was great medicine for me. I'm going* back there tonight' And, you know, he did." U. S. Chess Tourney Provides Surprises By Edward M. Foy With 11 of the scheduled 13 rounds completed, the 1975 U S Chess Championship ' and FIDE Zonal Tournament at Oberhn College, Ohio, is providing quite a few surprises Not too surprising is defending champion Walter Browne's 7Vz to 3Vz score -good enough for first place But quite unexpected are the performances of second- place Kenneth Rogoff (7-4) and third-place Milan Vukcevich (6V2-4V2) Vukcevich, except for one U S Open a few years ago, has not competed in a major chess tournament in 15 years! Tied for fourth position are 64-year-old grandmaster Samuel Reshevsky, James Tarjan, and Kim Commons. Young Commons was a last-minute substitution for former champion Larry Evans. Two years ago, Grandmaster Lubomir Kavalek and John Grefe tied for the U. S. title; now they are at the bottom, with 3Vz and 3 points, respectively Arthur Bisguier has drawn his first 11 games; he hopes to win at least one of his two remaining contests International Averages (Statistics da not include game* of Sunday. June 22 ex-. cept Charleston at Richmond June 21 and Rochester at Syracuse ,'uw 22) TEAM SATTING Tt«m....._.«.._«»b ' r h Ib 3b hr rbi ib pet. Chirfcsten.. . 3125 -«T 544 K M 34 W «.»» Tidewater... ..2144 255 550 75 15 23 226 31.2565 Rochester 2273 275 574 47 22 4 5 2 5 1 37 .253 Syracuse SMMriMi C*i ' '' ~M KtMtLChi... Erickson. Paw Cc'efnan, Paw. Tepidino, Ric.. .,,.-,,« 55 152 102 Augustioc, Ch»,........-3' Kirtard, A^erri .... 127 MMurahv. Ric 51 4 7 IS * 7 3 ·\i 10 27 l» 18 7 ·1 1 8 7 3 2 1 0 C 0 0 0 · r r i 3 0 0 14 1 6 10 S 7 7 '1 0 0 2 3 0 .IN -1* .112: '· .178 ,)7t 1CM .15* .142 .137 Oancy, Tol 52 .2214 30! 537 97 12 29 268 20. .243 Newman, Tol 53 2 5 1 0 0 2 0 .074 Richmond... . .202? 232 485 83 11 36 216 32' .239 Pawlocket 2245 222 527 72 8 37 198 30 .235 Memphis; 2172 228 4»» 71 IS 28 200 36 .227 Toledo 2133 237 476 78 12 50 202 58 .223 · - ' TEAM PITCHING TeamTM IP X REKBS SO MM. EJiA ChsrlMMn-. -- 5*5 442 M» 174 TO J7738-M Z77 Rochester 601 512 248 189 268 41641-29 2.83 Tidewater... 570477217190223 33437-30 3.00 Pawtucket :..',,.592 530 254 212 255 42828-41 3.22 Memphis...: 602544267216258 36627-41 3.23 Syracuse 601 575 282 228 221 41241-29 3.41 Richmond 546 511 257 215 246 36530-36 3.54 Toledo 574566275242226 38230-40 3.79 INDIVIDUAL BATTING .Nam*......... ,, ab r h 2b )b hr fiernardt. Syr 55 4 20 5 0 I Randolph, Cha 232 2» 7t 11 3 . 4 Hodges, Tid 133 18 42 5 0 2 Vail, Tid 222 27 69 S . f 4 Armas, Chi 237 It 73 14 3 I Merchant, Paw 188 17 57 9 . 0 4 Duncan. Roc 145 20 44 3 1 2 Moore, R i c 211 2 4 64' 8 3 6 Belloir, Ric 10 1 3 1 1 0 .Pemberton. Td 227 28 68 11 2 1 Kenney. Syr 134 21 40 4 0 0 Stillman, Roc 253 30 75' 17 1 4 RlYtMrtdi, Cha 257 N 75 U 2 1 ' Valentne. Mem 213 34 62 10 1 2 Ott, Cha.....! 197 33 57 10 2 » Theodore. Tid 136 18 39 1 0 - 2 Boisclair. Tid 231 30 65 8 3 2 Nolan. Ric 178 19 50 9 0 - 4 Baker, Paw'. 245- 28 68 · 14 3 12 Bailor, Roc 284.36 79 8 3 3 Coletta, Paw ...181 17 50 8 0 1 Asselstne, Ric... 228 39 63 U. 1 l Sanders. R i c .160 2 7 4 4 7 3 8 AyalS, Tid 66/12 18 7 0 2 Clark, Tol...:...: 155 14 42 6 0 1 Hughes. Paw...: 214 13 58. 5 1 3 Andrew, Raw ....59 3 16 0 0 1 Machi, Chi .......229 21 62 7 0 5 Cox, Mem...... 248 15 67 15 2 4 .Reinbach, Roc .208 22 56 7 1 5 Whltfield, Syr. ,234 29 63 16 3 9 Hutto, Roc. .173 25 46 7 1 6 Fiore,. R o c . 5 3 6 1 4 2 0 0 'Gallaghr. Ric. _ 176 22 46 5 0 I Bannister, Tol. .123.20 32' 5 2 5 Fritz, Tol. 103 16 28 5 0 6 Klevea T,d .89 15 -23 2 0 2 DeJoh, Tid. .179 12 46 B 0 '0 2eberSyr. 160 15 41 5 1 1 Bv Stearns, Syr 110 10 28 6 0 0 Diggle, Tia. 137 28 35 4 0 1 Murrell, Ric. 122 17 31 4 1 4 Bladt, Syr; 194 34 49 10 4 6 Vazouez, P a w 111 1 0 2 8 2 0 2 I Foster, Tid . 155 19 39 -4 2 2 Staiger, tid 207 21 52 9 2 4 Rahe, Cha 4 0 1 0 0 - 0 Shupe, Syr 140 16 35 4:0 2 Santana, Tol 231 25 57 7 2 , 6 Andrews. Tol 196 19 48 13 1 2 Huntet, Paw 165 12 40 .6 1 2 Harlow, R o c 2 1 6 3 6 5 2 5 3 0 Dllont, Cha.... ...261 37 63 7 2 1 Moreno, Cha... 200 25 4» 5 2 5 Hickey, Roc 88 9 21 2 1 3 Fuller, Roc 231 35 54 5 - 4 15 Valentne, Ch ..1..175 27 41 4 0 1 Navarrete, Mem 163 18 38 1 '2 1 Breazeale, Ric 150 19 35 5 0 6 Nahorodny, Tol 207 26 48 7 2 11 Reece, Mem 190 19 44 7 1 2 McGrew Roc, Tol 117 12 27 2 4 2 Flowers, Paw 229 27 53 8 0 2 Re Thomas,-Tol - 135 22 31 4 1 ;4 Pichardo, Syr 217 37 50 7 0 0 ·Monzon,,Mem 220 32 50 8 1 4 Johnson, Mem. 156 13 35 3 1 1 Garcia, Roc. .214 18 48 4 1 2 Matchick, Roc. 108 14 24 2 2 0 Castle, Syr 194 17 .43 10' 1 V Cromartie, Me ,190 2 1 4 2 8 3 3 White, Mem 104 10 22 5 0 2 Godbyj-Paw. 190 19 40 3 2 3 Schneck, Tol. .172 1 8 36 9 2 2 ·Geactv-Ric: 171 13 35 7 0 2 Trapp, Tid 123 11 25 6 1 0 Dillard, Paw . 151 19 30^ 4 0 0 DownfMem 167 13 33 2 2 0 Aviles, Paw . 101 9 20 2 0 0' Peldel. Syr 178 12.:35_6 J JL 2 bl ib avg 7 0 .364 34 14 .136 15 1 41 3 5 15 2 16 30 .316 .311 JM .303 1 .303 2 .303 1 0 . .300 25 : 2 .300 ? 0 .299 34 23 35 13 19 .276 .1*1 .271 .219 .287 .281 Holdsworth, Roc 6 0 0, 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Senn. Tid ;.-3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 0 BATTING LEADERS Average .336. Randolph. Charleston; Slugging Pctge. · 506 Baker. Pawtuckel; At Bats 284 Bailor, Rochester, Runs 39 Asselstine, Richmond; Hits 77 Bailor, Socnes- ter; Total Bases 124 Baker, Pawtucxet; Doubles 17 Stillman, Rochester; Triples-5 Vail, Tidewater; Homeruns 15 Fuller, Rochester; S«ls 52 Whitlield, Syracuse; Walks 49 Monzon. Meo*iShis; Strikeouts 74 Fuller, Rochester; Stolen Bases--31 DHona Charlston PITCHING LEADERS Earned Run Average 1.27 Torrealba, Richmond; Wins ? Mitchell, Rochester; Losses 8 Jones, Charleston, Thomas, Toledo, Lang, Memphis and Kreuger, Pawtckt; Saves II Torrealba, Richmond; Complete games 8 Jones, Charleston; Shutouts 3 Mitchell. Rochester and Sawyer, Syracuse; Innings pitched 105 Ic31/3 Syracuse; Walks 43 Jones. Charleston; Strikeouts 92 Jones. Char : lesion: · . . . INDIVIDUAL PITCHING · Name Ip h r er sv u W-L *ra Albin, Mem 23,2 18 2 2 1 7. 2-fl 0.76. Torrealba. Ric 64.0 49 15. 9 11 50 4-3 1.27 Santana, Tol 6.2 3 1 1 0 3 0 - 0 1.35 Sanders, Tid 51.2 44 10 8 9 33' 6-1 1.39 Montague, Mem 21.0 14. 5 4 0 12 1-2 1.71. Minshall, Cha 26.0.15 5 5 3 21 1-3 1.73 Tekulve, Cha 70.2 47 23 14 4 Manz, Roc 19.1 15 4 4 1 . Simpson. Tol 94.0 78 24 20 1 Holdsworth, Roc....28.0 37 6 6 0 44 S-4 l./J 8 2-0 1.86 16-6-3 1.88 26 1-3 1.93 44 4-1 2.00 31 0 .281 42 0 .278 21 12 .278 21 2 .276 13 15 .276 .275 .273 : 10 0 .271 14 1 .271 5 0 .271 30 35 3 29 0 .52 1 21 1 12 0 11 0 16 11 16 0 12 0 .271 .270 .269 .269 .266 .264 .261 .260 Laxton. Tid 45.0 28 10-10 Pirtle, Syr :53.l 39 15 12 6 4 ) 3-1 2.03 Mitchell, Roc". 89.2 70 30 21 0 75.9-1 2.11 Jones, Cha 101.1 il 21 24 0 W W 2.13 Anderson, Cha....... 12.1 12 6 3' 0 4 1-1 119 Molush, Tol... 12.1 8 4 ' 3 2 15 0-1 2,19 Sawyer, Syr 105.1 69- 29 26 0 55 8-4 2.22 Contreras. Tid 31.0 28* 9 8. 0 25 1-2 2.32 Wegener, Tid 43.2 35 .13 12 1 23 3-1 2.47 Newhauser, Paw....36.1 28 11 10 3 41 1-3 2.48 '··Martinez, Syr 83.2 77 37 24 0 Flanagan, Roc 80.0 67 28 23 0 5-2 2.58 4-3 2.59 Sekel.'Roc 24.0 15 9 7 2 23 0-2 2.63 Jimems, Cha.. 64.0 61 20 19 0 30 3-2 2.67 Kreuger, Paw 101.1 98 36 31 I S Barr, Paw. 68.2 63 31 21 0 ,Balr, Ch»..i 77.2 74 34 24. 0 68 6-8 2.75 56 3-6 2.75 51 5-5 2.78 '49 5-5 ' 2.33 25 6-5 . 2.85 9 1 1 2 258 257 .256 .255.255 ,254 253 ,252 .252 .251 0 0 .250 12 0 .250 27 0 .247 11 24 0 14 13 19 10 6 2 9 '2 42 1 9 1 15 8 33 1 McGregor. Syr......:.89.0 85 45 28" '0 Bernard, TJd,.........72.2 51 27.23 0 Mahler, RiC-1 .,872.72 37 28 , 0 63 36 287 Sadowski, Cha..:..;.. 7,1.1 6 2 - 2 7 : 2 3 D 44 S-5 2.90 Ross. Paw 37.0'36':19 12 0 " '' '" Galasso, Roc 77.2 70,'29 26 0 M Barr, Paw Hernaiz, Tol. 17 2-4 2.92 . . 4 2 5-4 3.01 .50.2 47 18 17 2 27 3-3 3;02 ,50.2 53- 23 17 "3 31 3-3 3.02 8 .245 242 241 13 3T .241 29 17 .240 .239 .234 16 38 17 8 .234 11 22 0 29 0 22 0 13 1 15 7 14 20 12 8 22 6 9 4 .15 3 .233 .233 .232 .232 231 231 .230 .230 .227 224 224 8 1 --722 24 0 .222 17 1 4 4 2 3 16 12 13 0 12 1 4 12 10 0 6 0 15 0 .221 '.212 .211 ;209 205 ·203 199 .198 .198 Swan, Tid Atkinson, Mem, Closter, Ric. Cram, -Tid. Willis, Roc. Kouns. Paw Keener, Mem. Kirkpatrick Mem .Espmosa. Yid Hanna, Ric Kammeyer, Syr Lang', Mem, RuthveivTbl. Gebha'rd, Mem. Guidry,.Syr. ,, Devihe,.Ric. demons, Paw. Lacorte,-Ric. Paul, Toll- Roy Thomas, Tol Mandrbch, Tid; Aase, Paw .Figueroa. Ric. Wright; Paw Sterling, .Tid. Ricks, Syr. Johnson,' Roc Morlan, Cha Enyart, Mem. Thomason, Tol- .94.1 44.1 38.1 201 841 420 230 8 2 1 682 730 .78.0' 802 960 350 412 620 271 542 4 5 1 992 .46.2 .89.2 .59.2 16.1 .81.1 720 300 .40.1 32.2 270 82 41 36 18 81 39 24 92 68 58 86 71 99 35 37 63 27 45 51 91 ,49' 86 69 17 80 81 35 37 34 27 36 19 16 7 44 15 14 36 27 33 35 38 52 16 22 32 16 25 23 53 ;24 45 32 10 49 45 22 25 22 17 32 J5 13 :.7 30 15 9 30 25, 27 31 33 40 15 18 27 12 24 20 44 2) 41 29 8 40 37 16 22 19 16 0 2 1 , 1 1 1 0 1 '(1 0 0 0 0 1 8 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 5 , 1 58 33 28 10 44 1? 10 * 40 39 58 27 46 72 24 11 39 16 44 31 Bl 25 68 2' 14 29 50 29 21 25 13 7-5 1-1 1-3 2-1 6 5 3-1 2 2 5-4 3-4 S3 4-6 "2-8 7-7 3 2 5-5 3 3 0 1 4-3 2 3 4-8 1-4 '3-8 4-5 0-1 5-5 5-2. 2-1 2-4 1 1 1-3 . 3.05 3.05 3.05 3.10 320 321 '324 328 328 333 3.58 368 375 386 389 392 395 395 397 397 405 4.12 4 3 7 ·4.41 4.43 4:63 "480 -4.91 5 2 3 533 Caskey, Ch» 252 27 23 16 2 14 0-1 561 Kelley, Ric. Woodson, Ric. Hill, Tol Johnson;.Syr, Kiser, Tol Cheadl'-Syr Sbhneck.'ToF. Dior.io, Menv.\. · .38.1 . 45 26 24 .:30.1 39 23 19- 20 0-5 5.63 13 0:3 5.64 .'61.1 71 39 39 : 0 32 3-6 5.72 29 1 37 20 20 0 23 2-1 614 0 4 - 0-1- 7.20 50 8 41 1 59 36 35 0 20 2 2 2 ' 0 31 W 762 1 0-0 9 00 1 1 3 2 2 0 0 0-0 3 3 5 0 . SALE IN PROGRESS THRU THURSDAY, JULY 3rd Grandmaster Robert Byrne has (for him) a sub-par 5Vi to 5Vz score * * * SWITCHING from thtfsublime to the -.well, less than the subbme -- we report the results of-the-Huntington Open of last week ! ;end'''Nq insult intended toward the Huntington event, there is no comparison between a weekend tourney and the U S. championship) Paul Marless won this annual- Huntington tourney with a^iine score of 4Vz to Vz, he drew only with third-place Don Griffith _3% to IVz). Wilson Gibbms and Pat Kelly tied for second position with identical 4 to 1 records Paul Sayre and Neil Gibbms directedlhe 22-player event. A highlight was the presentation by Charles Szasz, president of the W. Va. Chess · Assn. of a Sports Illustrated trophy to Wilson Gibbins in recognition of his perfect 18-0 record in the past three state high school tournaments and his being reigning charnpipn ",6r, co-champion during those years · " - ' - - ' ] MONROE LIFETIME SHOCK ABSORBERS You need new shocks when: (1 )the front end dives when you stop, (2) the car jolts on bumpy roads, (3) you see fluid leaking from the shocks The famous Monro-Matic* lifetime shock smooths out yourride and helps improve tire wear. INSTALLED! LIFETIME GUARANTEE Monroe guarantees this shock absorber against defects and wear out in normal use. for as long as you use it on the. private passenger rar or truck on which it 'is originally' in .stalled. If.failure"stjould-occur; return the shock absorber with p'oof of purchase to any authorized Monroe dealer for exchange under, our printed guarantee. Nominal;charge for removal and instillation. 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