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Major League Baseball Averages AMEktCAN LEA6UE TEAM IATTINC Al t HHRMIHt KanuiCity IJWJ04 3W M 1M M New York 13» 1W 3*7 30 in .270 Texas IB? 110 355 a U2 .as Detroit 1241 153 3J» 21 143 .Ml Boston 128 173 337 32 151 .K3 Cleveland 1211 167 321 It 14f .2S7 MinMWta 1J« It! 341 21 14» .353 Chicago I2H 131 315 20 125 .250 Milwaukee 1MO 11* Jtt 21 11* .243 California 1443 152 331 14 140 .230 Oakland 14M 114 32* » 1M .221 , Baltimore 127* 131 2M 23 125 .224 INDIVIDUAL MTTING 75 tr IMT* It kth Al ft M MR Ml Pel WFIore Del Poquette KC Cart ir D» G Brett ICC Dent Chi Bostock Win Patek KC Lyn Bos Hargrove Tex · RIMiller 8os Bonds Cal Munson NY OUs KC : · Pinlella NY - Randolph NY McRae KC Chambllss NY Harrah Tex Staub Del A.Johnson Del RudlOak Rivers NY Yount Mil Money Mil Carew Mln HendrlckCle R.Whlte NY . Morion Del Wyneger Mln Belanger Bal ·B.BcNCIe Mann Ing'Cle · BochleCal D.Evans Bos Remy Cal · North Oak Leicano Mil Grieve Tex . 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"Look, you're either going to get a hit or your're not. And I didn't get one," he said after Friday night's game with the New York Yankees, which New York won 9-5. "How can I be disappointed," he said quiet'.y. "Either you're going to get a hit or you're not. Today just happened to be a day when 1 didn't get a hit. Tomorrow, I'll just have to go out and see if I can get a hit again." The nearest LeFlore came to a base hit was a weak fly ball to shallow right field in the bottom of the first inning and a ground ball to third base in the third, as Yankee pitcher Ed Figueroa and Tippy Martinez teamed up to shut out the Tiger center fielder, who failed to get a hit for the first time this season. The last time LeFlore was up, in the bottom of the eighth inning, he LeFlore struck out after fouling off a desperation bunt attempt. "I didn't really make good contact in the whole game," LeFlore said. Friday night, he was O-for-4 with a fly ball, two infield grounders and the strikeout. "He made a good pitch on that strikeout," LeFlore admitted. "If I had swung, I probably would have missed it anyway. It was a fastball down and in." Fan Cheered The 19,909 fans in Tiger Stadium cheered LeFlore each time he stepped to the plate. The 188-year-old LeFlore's streak was the longest in the major leagues since Atlanta's Rico Carty hit in 31 straight games in 1970. In the American League, it was the longest since 1949, when Dpm DiMaggio connected in 34 consecutive games. And for Detroit, it was the longest Tiger streak since Jonathan Stone had a 34-game string in 1930. "Everyone else's streak was broken off sometime. Mine was broken off, too," LeFlore said. "I got pitches I could have hit, but I didn't hit them." 4 Whata We Gonna Do 9 Bowlers Win Street Department Wins City Basketball Tonmament From Left Are Russell Ray, Zack Lyles, Greg Johnson, Harlan Ray, Curt Lanham, Elvis Easley, Eddie Goode, Dana Davis, Teen Michaels , Shorts: Tennis Match June 6; Street Dept. Cops City Play Vic Seixas and Ron Bohmstedt will play a tennis exhibition at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, June 6, at the Charleston Tennis Club. The public is invited and there is no charge for admission. John Santrock and Bob Bias will team to take on the two pros in a doubles match after the singles play. Seixas, director of tennis at the Greenbrier Hotel, is a past Wimbledon singles champion, United States singles champion and was a member of the U.S. Davis Cup team from 1951 to 1957, playing in 55 Davis Cup matches. , Bohmstedt is the seventh ranking player in the U.S. Professional Tennis Association. He is the resident tennis professional at the Greenbrier. . Street Dept. Win America! Lefta The John Brawley Post 20 will play its j first American Legion baseball game at Williamson Monday. I The Charleston team, made up of play-1 ers from Herbert Hoover, Charleston | Catholic and Stonewall Jackson high j schools, will play two games at William-l son. Carl Hughes is the team manager, i WVU Foothill Tkketi. i Selxu Bohrutedt A bowling team called "Whata We Gonna Do" must have decided what to do. The team won toe Strikes Spares Wednesday Mixed League championship. Members of .the "Whata We Gonna Do" team are Phyllis and Butch Cochran and Connie and Darrell Kirbyi Other team that won bowling league championships include: The Top Cats ttam of Opal Sproux, Frances wolford, Millie Caldwell and Margaret Sexton In tht Pin Spinners Ltague. Ms. Sprouse won the achievement award with, an 11-pin gain on htr average. Tht Punnants team of Kay Worley, Linda Cunningham, Eleanor Layman and Barbara Negley In the Shar- ptttes League. The Bill Morrison Realty team of Kathy Mtddlngs, Phyllis Pirry, Sarah Henson, Jerry Johns, ElolseWlth- row and JoAnn Wnitten In the Starlightars League. The MG team of Joy and Bernie McGrantr and Mart and Millie Gibson in the Friday Evening Mixed League. Tht ward's Barber Shop team of Dawn Hunter, Susan Landis and Nancy Crowder in the S»S Friday Ladles The CDC Keglers team of Lola Hammonds, Patti Prltt, Pat Tate and Pat Hoggs In the Thursday Handlcapptrs The j.C. Workman team of Daphne Selbt, Roberta Workman, Okla Anderson, Mary Mace and a deceased member, Greta Peters, In tht Boulevard Kiglirs League. The league banquet is slated for 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Rose City Cafeteria In South Charles- Ion. - · · · · The Hopeless team of Betsy Ball, Jadie Bostic, Denver Slater and Chuck Swlgger In the S4S Monday Church League The team of Jane Mynes, Eva Ashworth, Sadie A«h- worth and Louise "Pete" Pate in the Early Birds League. Ms. Ashworth was tht most improved bowler. The 3.2 team of Billy Lucas, Maxlnt Bordtntt, Jack Pruden and captain Nora Sovlne in tht Dunbar Saturday Mixed League. ' The Brownies team of Mtrceix Burdette, janie Hagerman, Mildred Buckner and Jeanne Rectenwald In the Cookie Jar League. Tht Live Wires team of Tom Craft, Bonnie Jarrett, Jack Jarrett, M.D. Prowse, Bob Selbt and Harry Wilton in tht Kilowatt League. The Ella's Slaves ttam of Ella Hancock, Bobblt Reed, Reva Dempsey and Kay Hancock In the Donul Ltagut. Muling Scorn BewltrLtagutSctrtJun Spriuit, KttttrslOO-SilMarctm lurtttlt, Ktf ItTilll-SSTDtMm Stlb, Mgltr.lll.S4ll.lly Ymnj *££·*$**· Phttix, Kt«ltrsin-S4IRvrn miittin, Dmtm-SSlLMy Buck, Domit28f-551Llbky luck, DtwtSWPM* Pitt, Early Birdsl45-41IJoAnn Wnitttn, JtarllihlersSllJwy Sparks, SharptmilUNancy Mautr, iharpttmSUOpal Spreust, Pin SplnnersSMFrank Wtlferd, Pin Spin- ntri503B«rnii .McCrantr, Friday EvtnlngSatHarrltt! Burtord, Friday Ev The Street Department basketball team, .which won the regular season championship with a 19-1 record, defeated Parks and Recreation, 8641, to win the City Basketball Tournament last week; Russell Ray scored 18 to lead the winners and Greg Johnson had 17. Elvis Easley and Eddie Goode each had 16. G. Stevens had 26 and Bill Scott 23 for Parks and Recreation. ; Tke all-city team iBclwled Dave Withrow, Jim Shead, Klrby Letiwtter, Jimmy Reete, Toney Gore, BUI Scon, Chulei Roie, Teen Michiels, Bay, Dennis Greene, George Roblwoo, Tibby Bamili- ter, Mike Halitead ud Steve t)tt. Black Htwki Champion The 'Black Hawks defeated the Bruins, 8-5, in the semifinals and the Maple Leafs, 11-10, in the finals of the playoff to win the Floor Hockey League championship last week. The Black Hawks and Maple Leafs each finished the regular season with 5-3 records. ; Five Comers Leadi, Five Corners leads the first division with an 8-2 record and Sportsman leads the second division with a 12-0 mark in the North Charleston Softball League. EACC Cage Camp ATHENS-Eastern Associated Coal Corp. will again conduct a basketball camp at Concord College July 11-18 for sons and grandsons of EACC employees. Tom "Satch" Sanders, former star of the Boston Celtics and now head basketball coach at Harvard University, will direct the camp. Informatin and applications may be obtained at all Eastern Associated Coal Corp offices or by writing Fred Robertson, Drawer X, Keystone, W. Va. 24852. Ritchie Memorial Today according to officials of Ritchie Raceway, Inc., which leases the track from the Ritchie County Agricultural Fair Assoc. Hometowner Frank Wilson won last year's claimer championship here. Sunday's races will open a series of special events, to include a West Vriginia birthday race on June 20, the 10th annual Spirit of 76 on July 4, the 9th annual Hillbilly Hundred Sept. 5, and others. Time trials for the late models begin at 12 noon. Places in the claimer events will be determined by drawing. Putnam Camp The Putnam County Basketball Camp will be held June 28-July 2 for boys and Julys-July 9 for girls, camp directors Jim Dagostine and David Wall said. Guest instructors for the boys will include Bill Ryczaj, assistant basketball coach at West Virginia University; Tom Cuppett, bead coach at Chillicothe, Ohio, High; School; and John McConihay, head coach at John Adams Junior High. Instructors for the girls will include Beverly Coleman, head coach at Huntington High; Bud Francis, head coach at Morris Harvey,; Tags Meredith, head coach at St. Albans and Joe Skiba, head coach at Charleston Catholic. Registration fee is $37 if received by Jine 15. Late registration is $42. MORGANTOWN -- Ticket applications for West Virginia University's 1976 foot; ball season are available by writing to the Athletic Ticket Office, WVU, P.O. Boi 877, Morgantown, W.Va. 26505. The application lists single game ticket prices and season ticket information. Tickets for the home opener with Villanova (Band Day) are priced at P as are the Richmond and Syracuse (Mountaineer Day) games. Sii- gle game tickets for the Maryland aid Penn State (Homecoming) contests are $8. Season tickets are priced at $37. Tik- ets for away games can also be orderey' Kentucky, $8; Temple, »5; Boston Colleg : , »7; Virginia Tech, |8; Tulane, $8; and Pi *7. ' WeileyiB Grid Sckedde BUCKHANNON - Five home gam i, including a night game with Fairmolt State, highlight the 1976 West Virgiiia Wesleyan football schedule. The BobcaS; are coached by Kent carpenter. Follow! is the 1976 schedule: Sept. 4 - Concord, away, 1:30 p.m.; - Shepherd, away, 1:30 p.m.; 18 - Fai mont, home, 7:30 p.m;; 25 -r West Li' ty, away, 1:30 p.m. . Oct. 2 - West Virginia Tech, home, l:i p.m.; 9 -- Glenville, home, 1:30 p.m.; 16 Salem, away, 1:30; 23- Waynesburg, P home, 1:30 ,p.m.; 30 -- Bluefield St»l home, 1:30 p.m. . Nov. 6 -- Geneva, Pa., away, 1:30 PENNSBORO-Paul Fess of Mt. Pleasant, Pa., is defending titlist of the late model Ritchie Memorial to be run on the half-mile Ritchie County Speedway here this afternoon. A claimer program also is scheduled, Jones Big Success, But Down to Earth Muscle Pull Endangers Borzov's Olympic Bid MUNICH, West Germany (AP)-A pulled hip muscle has forced Soviet sprint star Valery Borzov out of a preOlympic track meet'here Saturday and raised doubt about his chances of repeating a sweep of both dashes at the Montreal Summer Games. Borzov suffered the pulled muscle May 18 on the eve of the Russian-British track meet in Kiev, scratching him from that competition and forcing him to halt training for four weeks to give the injury a chance to heal, trainer Anatoli Komarov told reporters in Munich. The blond runner is not in the 75-member Soviet team in Munich for the lwHJay competition agsinst West Germany and Bulgaria on the same Olympic stadium track where he swept both 100 and 200 meter dashes at the 1972 Games. A reporter for TASS, the Soviet news agency said Saturday in Moscow that Bor- zov definitely would be ready to compete again in the Soviet championships beginning June 22. But Komarov said it was by no means certain that Borzov would be fit enough to run at the Soviet championships - apparently his last chance to match the Montreal qualifying norms of 10.3 seconds for 100 meters and 20.75 for 200 meters. "His participation in Montreal is strongly endangered," Komarov was quoted by the German sports agency. SID. on arrival in Munich three days ago. · SAN DIEGO (AP) - As a boy, Randy Jones didn't collect baseball cards. He was too busy fooling around with a baseball. The dedication was casual, as Jones is, but it has paid off in a 9-2 record already this year for the curly-haired San Diego Padres pitcher and a hero's role in his adopted hometown. He goes for his 10th victory Sunday against San Francisco. The current best pitcher in baseball refuses to impress himself. He tries to take his dark-haired wife Marie, his school sweetheart, out for a restaurant meal "when we can." He hunts quail and duck and golfs in the 70s. He lives in a modest four-bedroom house on a half-acre in a 12-home trart in Poway, a nearby town with rocks everywhere and a rural look. Popular music, especially Cat Stevens and Seals and Croft, is important to Jones, who dresses stylishly at times and at times in cowboy boots and jeans. Author Louis L'Armour is bis favorite. He owns a sleek silver sports car, but longs for his own truck to transport his two Britanny Spaniels. Sweets and Sandy. Autograph hunters hound him hit, says Jones. "I want to devote twice ajf many Randy Jones Seeks 10th Win hours at home with my family than I do elsewhere." The Padres admit at least half the big crowds on his pitching nights come with him in mind. 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